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. . Jias seen a reconstruction under hood coach Ralph 
Friedgen. Ykar one of the Friedgen Era saw the Terrapins 
plag out a Cindereiia season on a nationai stage, winning 
the Atiantic Coest Conference whiie meking the schooi's 
first-ever BCS appearance. Year two gave Terp fans a 
schooi-record tying 11 wins and a convincing 30-3 win over 
perennial power Tennessee In the Chlcii-fll-A Peach Bowl. In 
2003, Maryland returns six offenshte end nine defenshre 
starters as well as IS seniors who enter the season sioted 
to start, ghfing Friedgen the most experienced team he hes 
had as he heeds into "Round 3" in College Park. 



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This is Maryland Football 

2003 Schedule 1 

Table of Contents 2 

The Maryland Philosophy 4 

Terp Football ... Get Into It 6 

Peach Bowl 2002 8 

Honored Terps 10 

Fridge Fever 12 '* 

University of Maryland 14 

Baltimore, Washington, Annapolis 16 

In the Media Spotlight 18 

Gossett Team House 20 

TheACC 22 

Terps' Quarterback Legacy 24 |^,«l- 

Terps' NFL Connection 26 

From Walk On... To Front & Center 28 ^ - .,, 

Coaching Staff T« f 

Ralph Friedgen, Head Coach 30 ; 

Charlie Taaffe, Offensive Coordinator/QBs ... .35 
Gary Blackney Defensive Coordinator/DBs ... .36 

Tim Banks, Inside Linebackers 37 

Tom Brattan, Offensive Line 38 

James Franklin, Wide Receivers 39 

Bill O'Brien, Running Backs 40 ^tf^ 

Ray Rychleski, Special Teams/Tes 41 V* ^V 

Al Seamonson, Outside Linebackers 42 ^% 

Dave Sollazzo, Defensive Line 43 

Football Staff 44 

2003 Season Outlook 

Season Preview 48 

Preseason Depth Chart 53 

Rosters 54 

Terps By State 58 ^^BT^ 

Personnel Breakdown 59 ^^^ 

Preseason Honors 60 

Quick Facts 60 

2003 Terrapins 

Returnee Profiles 62 

Newcomer Profiles 95 

2003 Opponents 

Opponent Information 1 00 

Composite Schedule 112 

Bowl Schedule 113 

Travel Itinerary 114 

TheACC 

About the Atlantic Coast Conference 116 

2002 ACC in Review 117 

2002 ACC Statistics 118 

2002 Season Review 

Review Notebook 122 







2003 Maryland Football Media Guide Credits . 

The 2003 University of Maryland Football Media Guide was 
published by the Maryland athletic media relations office with thej 
intent to sen/e all media and followers of Terrapin football. Additional 
copies may be purchased for $20. Mail orders should include $3 for 
postage and handling. 

The guide was written and edited by Greg Creese, assistant medi^ 
relations director Doug Dull, associate athletic director for medii 
relations, and Dave Haglund, associate athletic director Layout and 
design by Jason Yellin, publications coordinator and associate media 
relations director 

Research and editorial assistance by Mark Fratto, Stephanie 
Mociun, Meredith Traber, Mary Smith, Alissa Clendenen, Brendan 
Dunn and Sean O'Connor J 

Photography by Bill Vaughan, Bruce Schwartzman, John ConsiB 
Larry French, Lisa Helfert, Michael ONeill/ABC, Dave Christianson! 
Jerry Wachter, and Bill Welch. Cover design by John Schaffhauser. 

The Maryland athletic media relations staff extends it thanks to all 
ACC and opponent sporu information offices, the IMFL and all 
members of past sports information staffs that have assisted In 
compiling information that is an integral part of this guide. Any correc- 
tions to the media guide are welcome and should and be directed, in 
writing, to Doug Dull or Greg Creese. j 




The University of Maryland is an equal opportunity institution with 
respect to both education and employment. The university does not 
dBcnminate on the tjasis of race, color, ongin, sex or handicap in 
■mission or access to. or treatment or employment in, Its programs 
M activities as required by federal (Title VI. Title IX, Section 504) and 
■>E laws and regulations. Inquiries regarding compliance with Title 

-VI f the CIvll Rights Act of 1964. as amended. Title IX of the 1972 
Educational Amendment Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 

-'973, or related legal requirements should be directed to the Office 
t Human Relations, 1130 Shriver laboratory. East Wing, College 
rart(, Maryland 20742-4321: telephone— 301-405-2838. Inquiries 
concerning the application of SecDon 504 and Part 34 of the C.F.R to 
the University of Maryland, College Parte. Maybe directed to the 
Director; Disabled Student Services, 0125 Shoemaker Hall, University 

"0( Maryland, College Parit. Md. 20742,- telephon^30l-3l4-7682 
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2002 Final Statistics 126 

Game Recaps 134 

All-Tinfi« History 

Annual Records/Finishes 142 

Coaching History 144 

Year-by-Year Results 145 

All-Time Series Results 1 52 

All-Time Series Records 155 

Terps in the Final Rankings 156 

All-Time Letterman 157 

Postseason History 

Team Capsules 1 64 

All-Time Bowl Results 173 -r^. 

Bowl Game Records 1 80 

Aii-Timc Records 

Rushing Records 182 

Passing Records 1 86 

Total Offense Records 189 

Receiving Records 1 90 

Scoring Records 1 93 

Punt Return Records 1 96 

Kickoff Return Records 198 

All-Purpose Records 200 ^ 

Punting Records 20 

Defense Records 202 

Team Records 205 

Attendance Records 206 

Year-by-Year Team Statistics 207 

The Last Time 209 

AIITimc Honors 

All-Americans 212 

Outstanding Award Winners 213 

ACC Honors 214 

Hall of Fame Terps 216 

Maryland Team Awards 218 

Coaches' Awards 220 ;^' 

Terps in the Pros 

Terps in the NFL (2002) 222 

All-Time NFL Terps 223 

NFL by Position 228 

Frank Reich: King of Comebacks 230 

University Of Maryland 

University of Maryland 232 

CD. Mote Jr, President 235 

Debbie Yow, Athletics Direaor 236 

Athletics Administration 238 

Academic Support and Career Development . .241 

Sports Medicine 244 

Strength and Conditioning 245 

Terrapin Club 246 

Athletics Staff and Direaory 248 

Terps on the Radio 25 

Byrd Stadium 252 

Media Information 

General Media Information 254 

Covering the Terps 256 




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Our goal is to strive to be tine 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. 
We will develop relationships that last a lifetime. 

We will have fun playing the great game of football. 




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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, were 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! 
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The University of Maryland 
made its second bowl trip in 
as many years when it was 
invited to play the University 
of Tennessee in the Chick-fil- 
A Peach Bowl. The Terps 
provided one of their best 
performances of the past 
few seasons before a 
national TV audience 
with a 30-3 victory over 
the Volunteers, 

IVlaryland fans continued to 
show their ability to travel 
with their Terps, as more 
than 1 5,000 fans were 
estimated to have made the 
trip to Atlanta's Georgia 
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A school-record eight Terrapins 
earned first team All-Atlantic 
Coast Conference honors, 
bringing the total of football 
all-league players to 1 5 in the 
last two seasons, 

EJ. Henderson gained 
national acclaim both for 
himself and for the Maryland 
football program in 2002. He 
became the Terrapins' first 
major national award winner 
since 1974 when he was 
named the winner of the Dick 
Butkus Award, honoring the 
nation's best collegiate 
linebacker He also earned the 
Chuck Bednank Trophy, 
symbolic of the nation's 
outstanding defensive player 

Henderson was a two-time 
consensus first team Ail- 
American for the Terrapins and 
was selected in the second 
round of the 2003 NFL Draft 
by the Minnesota Vikings. He 
led the Terps in tackles for 
each of the last three seasons 
and ended his four years at 
Maryland second on the all- 
time career list in tackles. 






Friedgen's rookie season 
included an ACC title, a BCS 
appearance in the FedEx 
Orange Bowl, and a final 
ranking of No. 10... Last year, 
Maryland finisfied the season 
as one of the hottest teams in 
the nation, winning 1 of its 
last 1 1 games (including a 
dominating 30-3 victory over 
Tennessee in the Chick-fil-A 
Peach Bowl) and finishing 
1 3th in the two major polls. 

A high-powered, exciting 
offense that has resulted in 
back-to-back scoring records... 
an attacking suffocating 
defensive style... standout 
special teams play - all have 
been hallmarks of Friedgen's 
Terrapin teams as they have 
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There is no better place to be than the University of IVIaryland, 
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 IVIaryland is a sought-after destination for 
some of the state's — and the country's — best and brightest students 

Attracting them are more than 1 00 majors and some of the highest 
ranked programs in the country. As of 2002, 65 undergraduate and 
graduate programs rank among the top 25 nationally for their 
academic quality. For instance, in the latest U.S. News & World Report 
undergraduate rankings, the University of Maryland's business school 
was rated 1 8th nationally while the engineering school was ranked 
24th. 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 IVlathematical and Physical 
Sciences and the College of Education all recently 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 opportunities. 

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



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In its first-ever rani<ing of 
intercollegiate athletic 
programs, U.S. News & 
World Report named the 
University of Maryland's 
athletic program to its Top 
20 Honor Roll recently The 
Honor Roll was compiled 
based on an evaluation of 
data from all 321 NCAA 
Division I institutions 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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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 nations 
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WASHINGTON, DC. 

Ihc nations capital and its major attractions are within 10 miles of Byrd 

Stadium. And the highly efficient Metro rail system, with a 

station at the campus doorstep, makes navigating the 

qrciter Washington, D.C., area easy Campus shuttle 

txisi's serve the College Park Metro station, allowing easy 

■Kcess to one of the country's model transportation 

systems. 

BALTIMORE 

Ihe 1 2th largest city in the United States is often 
referred to as the "Charm City." Located just 35 miles 
north of the University of Maryland, its rejuvenation as 
an urban center is unprecedented. The Inner Harbor, 
Its National Aquarium and tall ships, and the nearby 
Oriole Park at Camden Yards create an exciting, 
vibrant holiday atmosphere in a city that boasts one 
of the worlds great sea ports. 

ANNAPOUS 

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



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CAMPUS NEIGHBORS 

■ Arlington National 
Cemetery 

■ FDR Memorial 

■ Federal Bureau of 
Investigation 

■ Fords Theatre 

■ Frederick Douglass Museum 

■ John F Kennedy Center for 
the Performing Arts 

■ Library of Congress 

■ Lincoln Memorial 

■ MCI Center 

■ National Aquarium 

■ National Archives 




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National Gallery of Art 

National Mall 

National Zoo 

Oriole Park at Camden Yards 

Pentagon 

Smithsonian Institution 

Supreme Court of the 

United States 

U.S. Capitol 

Union Station 

Vietnam Veterans Memorial 

Washington Monument 

Washington National 

Cathedral 

White House 






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

'5v4f The Terps are covered extensively by two of the 
nation's top 1 newspapers: the Washington Post 
and the Baltimore Sun. 

^ USA Today, the nation's newspaper, is 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 25th year as Voice of the Terps. 

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

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

^ The Atlantic Coast Conference was cleared on more 
than 295 radio stations during the 2002 season, 
totaling more than 500 hours of live game coverage. 



'/^:f ESPN, which originated its first-ever sports telecast 
from the University of Maryland in 1 979, has been a 
regular visitor to Byrd Stadium over the years, and will 
televise this season's Virginia game from Byrd. 

^' The Tyser Tower press box at Byrd Stadium seats 
more than 1 60 members of the print media on its 
third level and features state-of-the-art facilities for 
radio and television on the fourth level. 

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

Va'- The Ralph Friedgen Show, featuring the 
popular Terrapins football coach, airs weekly 
on Comcast SportsNet, one of the top 
regional sports networks on cable. 



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The Gossett Football Team 
House expansion project, 
which began with the first 
phase in the Spring of 2002, 
will improve the University of 
Maryland's football facility to 
better meet the needs of 
Terrapin student-athletes and 
recruits through the expansion 
of four components: 

' Expanded academic 
support and career 
development unit 

' New recruit meeting 
room/dining facility 
with kitchen 

' New team meeting 
auditorium 

' Expanded entrance 
and lobby 

Phase One of the 15,500 
square-foot renovation is 
complete with the creation of 
an expanded academic 
support lab. This increased 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. 
In addition, a brand new 
video board was finished in 
time for the 2002 season, 
giving fans a more vibrant and 
exciting experience in Byrd 
Stadium with game action and 
replays shown on a board 
measuring 2 1 feet by 28 feet. 




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Phases Iwo ana Three, 
currently under way, will Incluii 
a 3,500 square-foot meeting 
room and dining facility which 
will provide a multi-purpose 
showcase for hosting recruits 
and their families. 

It also includes a new team 
meeting auditorium which will 
give the entire football team the 
opportunity to meet together in 
one room, allowing the coaching 
staff to teach using state-of-the- 
art technology in an 
environment that has sufficient 
seating space for all the players. 
This addition will help transform 
the staffs capability to effectively 
present offensive and defensive 
game plans. 

The construction, scheduled 
to be completed in the Spring of 
2004, will also include an 
enhanced entrance and lobby for 
Ithe Gossett Team House that will 
P showcase the programs tradition, 
importance and success. An 
impressive first impression for 
recruits and visitors, the entrance 
and lobby will highlight the nch 
past of Maryland football and will 
showcase the Terps' return to 
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The Atlantic Coast Conference, which is 
moving into its 5 1 st year in 2003-04, has 
long enjoyed the reputation as one of the 
strongest and most competitive intercolle- 
giate conferences in the nation. The 
numbers bear this out: 



^ ACC teams have won five football national 
championships since 1 953, including three in 
the decade of the '90s. 

^ For the second straight year the ACC set a 
conference record for teams reaching bowl 
games. After sending six in 200], a record- 
setting seven of the nine league teams were 
invited to the postseason in 2002. 

^ With 78 percent of its teams reaching bowls 
last year, the ACC set an NCAA record for the 
percentage of teams in a conference making the 
postseason. 

^ For the third straight year the ACC set its 
single-season attendance record, drawing 
2,944,936 fans to conference games. 

^ The ACC is the nations winningest bowl 
conference with a mark of 92-82-5 (.519) in 
postseason play 

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

^f^ Thirteen ACC players earned All-America 
honors in 2002, with five others receiving 
honorable mention on various All-America 
teams. 

^1 The future for ACC football is bright, as six 
conference players earned Freshman All-America 
honors. 

llH For only the second time overall, four ACC 
teams were ranked in the final Associated Press 
and coaches' polls. 

p| The ACC has had 45 first-round selections in 
the NFL Draft since 1 992, while 1 7 players from 
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The ACC's bowl tie-ins for the 2003 season: 



Mazda Tangerine 


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Orlando, Fla. 


Continental Tire 


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Charlotte, N.C. 


Toyota Gator 


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Jacksonville, Fla 


Chick-fil-A Peach 


Jan. 2 


Atlanta, Ga. 


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Jan. 3 


Boise, Idaho 


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Over the years Maryland has carved a well-earned reputation as Quarterback U, producing 
1 4 players who have gone on to play the position in the National Football League. Here's a 
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JACK SCARBATH (1950-52) - Maryland's split T quarterback was 
runner-up to Billy Vessels for the Heisman Trophy and was a unanimous All- 
America selection in 1 952. Named Sport magazine's "Sportsman of the Year," 
Scarbath was a unanimous All-South selection and the Southern Conference 
Player of the Year In three seasons, the Terps were 24-4-1 with Scarbath as 
QB, including 10-0 in 1951. He went on to become Maryland's second first- 
round draft pick, going to Washington in 1953. 

DICK SHINER (1961-63) —An honorable mention All-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 2 1 -1 7 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 
(3 1 2 yards) and passing yards (3 1 4) while completing 21 of 3 1 passes in a 
game vs. Duke. He still ranks among the most accurate passers in school 
history, completing 58.6 percent of his passes for 3,222 yards. A sixth-round 
draft choice of the Chicago Bears in 1 975, he went on to have a 1 0-year 
NFL career, 

BOOMER ESIASON (1 981-83) — He was a two-time AlWmerican who 
set 1 7 school records and led the Terps to the ACC championship in 1 983 
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 1 4 seasons in pro football. In 1 988, he was named the league's MVP 
and led his Cincinnati Bengals to Super Bowl XXIII against the San Francisco 
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FRANK REICH (1983-84) - Best known for leading the 
back from a 32-point deficit in the 1 992 NFL playoffs against 
also commanded the greatest comeback in the college game 
Nov 10, 1984, Reich replaced Stan Gelbaugh at halftime 
against No. 6 Miami (Fla.) down 31-0. Thirty minutes 
later, Maryland pulled off the miracle upset, 42-40, 
preserving its run for a second consecutive ACC title. 
He finished the season as one of the 
top-rated passers in the country. 
He was drafted in the third 
round of the 1 985 draft by 
Buffalo and appeared in 
four Super Bowls 

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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 antici- 
pation of Gelbaughs 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 ODONNELL (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. 

SCOTT ZOLAK (1989-90) - Despite starting just one 
season for the Terps, he finished his collegiate career among 
Terp leaders in passing yards (3, 1 24) and completions (270). 
His 2,589 passing yards in 1990 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 1 99 1 NFL draft by the New 
England Patriots. 

SCOTT MILANOVICH (1 993-95) - He left campus as one of the most 
decorated Terrapin QBs ever. In faa, Milanovich still owns or shares 31 
Maryland passing records, including career standards for passing yards 
(7,301), touchdowns (49) and completions (650). He was drafted in 1996 
by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 

SHAUN HILL (2000-2001) - He came to Maryland as a junior- 
college transfer won the starting job and flourished under the new 
system installed by Ralph Friedgen. Hill sparked the Terrapins to the 
2001 ACC championship and earned team MVP honors, throwing 
for 1 3 touchdowns and rushing for seven more. He was given a 
chance as a free agent by former Terrapin Mike Tice, currently the 
head coach of the Minnesota Vikings, and stayed with the squad as 
iheir third-team QB. Hill spent the spring of 2003 with the NFL 

Europe Amsterdam Admirals, where 
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Beginning with Maryland's first-ever NFL draft picl< in 1 937 
and continuing in 2000 witli Franl< \X/ychecl<'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 1 4 1 Terrapins have gone on to play professionally 
following their Maryland careers. 

DID YOU KNOW? 

^ Maryland has had 1 80 National Football League Draft 
choices since 1 937, fourth-most among Atlantic Coast 
Conference schools. 



Nearly 1 50 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). 

^ Butkus and Bednarik award-winning linebacker E J. 
Henderson was selected early in the second round of the 2003 
NFL Draft by the Minnesota Vikings. Henderson was the 40th 
selection overall. 

p| 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). 

^ 1 9 former Terrapins were on NFL rosters during the 2002 
season. 

^f^ Three former Maryland head coaches (Bobby Ross, Lou 
Saban and Clark Shaughnessy) and four former Maryland 
players (Dick Modzelewski, Dick Nolan and Ron Waller) have 
gone on to serve as head coaches in the NFL while former 
Maryland player Mike Tice is in his second season as head 
coach of the Minnesota Vikings. 

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



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Erie Barton, LB ■ Oakland Raiders 
Delbert Cowsette, DL - Washington Redskins 
Qiff Crosby, CB - Indianapolis Colts 
Mehrin Fowler, OL - Cleveland Browns 
Eric Hicks, DE - Kansas City Chiefs 
Charles Hill, DT ■ Houston Texans 
Shaun Hill, QB • Minnesota Vikings 
Kris Jenkins, DL • Carolina Panthers 
LaMont Jordan, RB - New YorkJ ffi ^ 
Jermaine Lewis, WR - Houston TflSfS 
Matt Murphy, TE - Detroit Lions 
Neil O'Donnell, 06 ■ Tennessee Titans 
Eric Ogbogu, DE - Cincinnati Bengals 
Tony Okanlawon, DB • San Diego Chargers 
Lewis Sanders, DB - Cleveland Browns 
Chad Scott, DB - Pittsburgh Steelere 
Al Wallace, DE • Carolina Panthers 
Larry Webster, DT - New York Jets 
Frank \Vycheck, HB - Tennessee Titans 






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Each year scouts flood the University of 
Maryland campus in search of talent for 
that year's National Football League Draft, 
In recent years, the number of scouts has 
increased as the Terrapins' success has 
blossomed. This past March, NFL executives 
and coaches such as Cincinnati's Marvin 
Lewis and Jacksonville's Jack Del Rio were in 
attendance, ultimately resulting in eight 
recently-departed Terps ending up in the 
2003 NFL camps. 



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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. After 
playing two seasons at Towson in 1 993 
and 1 994, Scott chose to walk on at 
Maryland, uninvited. By the end of his 
first semester on campus, Scott was 
awarded a scholarship and became a 
Terrapin co-captain for his senior year in 
1 996. The rest is history Scott was a 
first-round pick in the 1 997 NFL Draft 
and, now, is chasing opponents and 
intercepting passes for the Pittsburgh 
Steelers. 

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

Another example is receiver 
Jermaine Arrington, who walked on 
and was the Terps' leading receiver in 
i 998, moving on to sign a free-agent 
contract with the San Francisco 49ers. 

The latest Maryland player to go 
from walk-on to standout is defensive 
back Madieu Williams, a transfer from 
Towson who goes into the 2003 
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Maryland history to lead the Terps to back-to-back sea- 
sons of 1 wins or more, enters his third year with the 
Terps With a rapidly-growing reputation as one of the 
top coaches in the game today 

A long-time successful assistant coach at Georgia 
Tech, where he was credited with overseeing one of 
the nations most potent offensive attacks, Friedgen has 
quickly and efficiently restored pnde and glory to his 
alma materis football program, guiding the Terps to a 
21-5 record and a pair of major bowl appearances in 
his two seasons as a collegiate head coach. 

The consensus national Coach of the Year in 2001 
after leading the Terps to their first ACC championship 
since 1 985, Friedgen and Co. last season proved his 1 0- 
2 rookie campaign of 200 1 was no onehit wonder, lead- 



ing Maryland to a dominating 30-3 win over Tennessee 
in the 2002 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl and a school record- 
tying 1 1 -victory season. The 2 1 wins by the Terps over 
the previous two seasons is one more than in the five 
years prior to Friedgens arrival. 

In 2003, Maryland will be looking for a third con- 
secutive bowl appearance for the first time since play- 
ing in four consecutive postseason games from 1 982- 
85. 

Long overlooked as a head-coaching candidate, 
the 1970 Maryland graduate was tapped as the Terps' 
head football coach following the 2000 season, and he 
wasted no time in returning the program to the glory 
days it achieved when Friedgen was an assistant to 
Bobby Ross in the 1 980s. 

Two years ago, in his first season as the Terps 
grid boss, Maryland won its first seven games and 
eventually halted Florida States reign as perennial ACC 
Champion, earning the league's automatic berth in 
the Bowl Championship Senes. Last season, despite a 
1 -2 start and without 1 9 seniors from the previous year, 
the Terps made their way back to a major bowl game, 
winning 1 of their last 1 1 games and finishing in a tie 
for second in the ACC. 

Named the winner of the Frank Broyles Award as 
the top assistant coach in the country in 1 999 while at 
Tech, Friedgen brought 32 years of assistant coaching 
experience - including 21 as an offensive coordinator 
either in college or the NFL - with him in his return to 
College Park. 



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The 56-year-old Friedgen jpronounced FREE-junj 
owns the rare distinction of coordinating the offense 
for both a collegiate national champion (Georgia Tech 
in 1990) and a Super Bowl team (San Diego in 1994). 

Friedgen spent 20 seasons with Ross in coaching 
stops at The Citadel, Maryland, Georgia Tech and the 
San Diego Chargers. He returned to Tech in 1 997, where 
he served another successful stint as offensive coordi- 
nator and quarterbacks coach. 

A 1970 graduate of the University of Maryland, 
where he earned a degree in physical education, 
Friedgen launched his coaching career as a graduate 
assistant before heading off to a triumvirate of jobs in- 
cluding stints at The Citadel (1973-79), William & Mary 
( 1 980) and Murray State ( 1 98 1 ). In 82, he returned to 
Maryland as offensive coordinator and offensive line 
coach under Ross, with Friedgens tenure lasting until 
1 986. During that stretch, the Terps captured three con- 
secutive ACC championships ( 1 983-85) and played in 
four bowl games. All told, the Terrapins were 39-1 5-1 
from 1 982-86 and won two bowl games (the Sun Bowl 
in 1 984 and the Cherry Bowl in 1 985). It is the type of 
success Friedgen has re-instilled in the cun-ent group of 
Terrapins. 

Dunng his five-year stay at Maryland under Ross, 
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ture pro quarterbacks Boomer Esiason, 
Frank Reich and Stan Gelbaugh, all of 
whom spent at least 1 seasons in the 
National Football League. Esiason 
played professionally from 1 984-97, 
Reich from 1 985-98 and Gelbaugh from 
1986-95. 

The Ross-Friedgen connection began in 1973, 
when Ross hired the former Maryland offensive lineman 
as defensive line coach at The Citadel. Friedgen spent 
seven seasons at The Citadel, the last three as offensive 
coordinator and offensive line coach. Friedgen then 
worked one season ( 1 980) as offensive coordinator at 
William & Mary and one season ( 1 98 1 ) as assistant head 
coach at Murray State before Ross tapped him to be his 
offensive coordinator at Maryland in 1 982. 

Friedgen followed Ross to Georgia Tech In 1 987, 
becoming the Yellow Jackets' offensive coordinator and 
quarterbacks coach for the next five seasons, including 
the 1 990 campaign when Tech, unranked in the pre- 
season, captured the national championship with an 
11-0-1 record. The national title came just two years af- 
ter the Jackets had posted back-to^Dack seasons of three 
wins or less. 

When Ross was named head coach of the San Di- 
ego Chargers in 1 992, 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 the Super Bowl for the 
first time in ft-anchise 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. 

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 msh- 
ing and 200 yards passing. Tech also accomplished the 
feat under Friedgens guidance in 1990 '91 and '98. 
The 1 999 team, with the diminutive Joe Hamilton call- 
ing the signals at quarterback, set 59 school records, 
rewriting many marks established by the 1 990 national 
championship team, which was led by another Friedgen 
pupil, signakaller Shawn Jones (1989-92). Friedgen 
was a finalist for the Broyles Award as the nationis top 
assistant coach in 1 998 when the Rambling Wreck set a 
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1981 

William & Mary 

1980 



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The first Maryland alum since Bob Ward 1 1 967- 
68) to serve as the Terps' head football coach. 
Friedgen originally came to Maryland as a quarter- 
back in the mid-'60s and spent most of his career as 
an offensive lineman, lettering in 1 966 and '68 and 
capturing Academic AII-ACC honors. He was a two- 
time winner of the George C. Cook Memorial Award 
(1968-69) for having the highest academic av- 
erage on the football team. 

"Coach Friedgen is an experienced 
and consistently successful football 
coach who also has a passion for Mary- 
land." said Maryland athletics director 
Deborah A. Yow. "He understands the 
ACC. embraces Maryland's philosophy of the 
student-athlete and has a clear and compete 
vision for returning Maryland to national 
prominence," 

Because of his obvious ties to Mary- 
land as a university and a state. Fnedgen 
has stated implicitly that he wants to keep 
the area's best players at home. 

"I think that has to be the mam fo- 
cus of our recruiting." 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 
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community unites. We have a Terra- 
pin 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 
y 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 1 90-pound quarterback later 

recruited by Maryland named Ralph 

Friedgen, Jr, 

Friedgen and his wife, the 
former Gloria Spina, have three 
daughters: Kelley Knstina, and 
Katharine, Gloria is currently serv- 
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• A 2 1-5 record, including the first consecutive lO-win seasons in university history |10-2 In 2001 and 1 1-3 in 2002). 



* A school record-tying 1 1 -victory season in 2002, when the Terps won 1 of their last 1 1 games. Only the 1 976 team 
won as many games. 



♦ Maryland is joined by only four other Division l-A schools — Miami (Fla.|, Oklahoma, Texas and Marshall 
— to have won as many as 1 games in each of the past two seasons. 



* Two consecutive years ranked among the nations top 1 3 in both major national polls. Maryland ended 2002 
ranked 1 3th by both the Associated Press and ESPN/USA Today. A year ago, the Terps finished 1 0th by ESPN/USA 
Today and 1 1 th byAP. It is the program's best two-year ranking finish since 1 975-76 (when the Terps finished 1 3th 
and eighth). 

* Back-to-back bowl appearances, including an impressive Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl victory over perennial na- 
tional power Tennessee (a team ranked fifth in the two major preseason polls), and a BCS berth during the 
2001 campaign. 

* A 13-3 Atlantic Coast Conference record, including a 7-1 mark in 2001 when the Terps became 
the first team other than Florida State to win an outright ACC title since the Seminoles joined the , 
league, and a 6-2 mark and runner-up finish in 2002. 

* Thirteen wins in 1 4 games at Byrd Stadium, where the Terps drew a school-record 323,758 
fans (average: 46,251) in seven home dates during the 2002 season. 

*■ The programis first major national award winner since 74 in linebacker EJ. Henderson, a % 
two-time consensus first team All-American who was named the winner of the Dick Butkus 
Award (nations outstanding linebacker) and the Chuck Bednarik Trophy (nations outstand- 
ing defensive player) in 2002. 

* Back-to-back school records in number of first team AII-ACC performers. The Terps led 
the ACC with seven first-team selections in 2001 and topped that figure with eight citation, 
in 2002. 



* Seventeen weeks in at least one of the counttyS two major Top 25 polls, including a streak of seven consecutive weeks to end 2002. 

* The only consensus national coach of the year award (200 1 ) in Maryland football history. 

* A schookecord 22,000 season tickets sold for the 2002 campaign. 

* More than 60,000 fans following the Terps in three major non-conference national TV matchups during the 2002 calendar year alone: the FedEx Orange Bowl (25,000), the 
Kickoff Classic (20,000) and the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl (1 5,000) - an astounding average of 20,000 fans per event. 

* Back-tc>t)ack school scoring records and a two-year team scoring average of more than 33 points per game. 

* Consecutive impressive seasorWong defensive performances in which the Terps have allowed just 1 9.0 points per game since he became head coach. 

* Twelve Terps earning All-America recognition, including seven who earned national citations in 2002. 

* Fnedgen, himself, is the most successful second-year coach in ACC history, with his 2 1 -5 mark eclipsing those of such former league mentors as Ken Hatfield and Lou Holtz. 

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Friedgen, winner of the 1999 Frank Broyles Award as 
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San Diego Chargers, Friedgen returned to his 
alma mater, as he was named head coach on 
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Former Terp Jess Atkinson interviewing Friedgen after 
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Charlie Taaffe is in his third ii.;,, ;. ,;, ,.::.:...a coordi- 
nator and quarterbacks coach for the Maryland Terrapins 

In Taaffes first two years at Maryland, the Terrapins have 
seen unprecedented success on the offensive side of the ball. 
In 2002, the Terps set a school record for points scored with 
451 while finishing second in the ACC in rushing ( 1 98.8 ypg| 
and scoring (32.2 ppg) offense. He helped guide quarterback 
Scott McBrien from what seemed like possible early-season 
trouble into an honorable mention all-league performer who 
finished 1 2th nationally in pass efficiency 

It did not take Taaffe long to help revive the Maryland 
offense In his first year. Taaffe was able to steer Maryland to 
390 points (then a school record as well], or an average of 35, 5 
per outing. The Terps 439,7 yards of total offense per game 
was tops in the ACC and Taaffes 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 flounshed at quarterback, becoming the leader of the of- 
fense en route to a second team AII-ACC seleaion. 

Before making his way to Maryland, Taaffe spent two 
years with the Montreal Alouetles 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 1 999 and 2000, Taaffe was named CFL Coach of the 
Year, making him only the second Montreal coach to earn such 
distinction (Marv Levy was the first in 1 974) and the first coach 
in league history to earn the honor in each of his first two 
years. He also earned the same distinction from the Canadian 



Football Writers Association, All together, Taaffe spent four 
years in Montreal as he sen/ed two years as the Alouettes 
offensive coordinator before taking over as head coach 

While in Canada, Taaffes offenses put up some «| 
lofty numbers. In 2000, the Alouettes broke the all- " 
time league record for points in a regular season as ;• 
they posted 594, Taaffe helped quarterback Anthony 
Calvillo to a 1 12,9 pass-efficiency rating in 
2000 after a 1 08,9 rating led the league , . * 
in 1999, Former Boston College back 
Mike Pringle also excelled in Taaffes sys- 
tem as he ran for a leagu^best 1 ,656 
yards in 1 999, 

Pnor 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 I 
years with the Division l-AA school, as he 
won more games than any coach in the 
history of the military college Pnor to his 
tenure, The Citadel had not won a league 
game or road game in more than two sea- 
sons. Under Taaffe, the Bulldogs won a 
Southern Conference championship, fin- 
ished a regular season ( 1 992) ranked No, I 
in the country and advanced to the Divi- 
sion l-AA playoffs three times. He was the 
1 992 recipient of the Eddie Robinson Award 
(which recognizes the top coach in Division I- 
AA|, the Southern Conference Coach of the Year 
in 1 990 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 opponents 
(in 1 2 tries), including upsets of South Carolina 
( 1 990) and Arkansas ( 1 992). and four of his teams 
were ranked in the final national l-AA poll ( 1 4th in 
1 988, 1 5th in 1 990; 20th in 1 99 1 , I st in 1 992|. 

His 1 992 team was arguably the best in TTie 
Citadels history as it finished 1 1 -2, was the top-ranked team at 
the end of the regular season, and ultimately fell to the even- 
tual champ (Youngstown State) in the quarterfinals. For his 
efforts in '92, Taaffe was named AFCA Division l-AA National 
Coach of the Year His overall record at The Citadel was 55-47- 
I , with six seasons of ,500 or better 

Taaffe went to The Citadel after a successful stmt 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- 1 3 '- 

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 assistant- 
ships with NC State (1975, backi) and 
Georgia Tech (1974, receivers). 

The 1 973 season was Taaffes first 
a^ a coach at the collegiate level ai he 
was an offensive backfield coach at Al- 
bany (NY) State College, The position 
came right after his graduation from 
jiena College in Siena, N.Y, where he 
was a quarterback for three years and 
earned a B.A. in education in 1973. He 
.vas inducted into Siena's Athletic Hall of 
Fame in 1990 

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




The Taaffe File 

PBRsonai 

Date of Birth 


April 20. 1950 


Hometown 


Albany, NY 


Alma Mater 


Siena Cdleqe, '73 


Pronunciation 


TAfF 



BoaDHina B)a>BBiBnDB 

Maryland 



2001- 



Asslstant Coach - 
Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach 



Montreal Alouettes (CFL) 

1999-2000 

1997-98 



Head Coach 
Offensive Coordlnatof 



The Citadel 

1987-96 



Head Coach 



U.S. Military Academy 

1981-86 Assistant Coach - 

^^ Offensive Coordinator, Ouartert)ack5, Offensive Backfield 



Virginia 

1976^ Assistant Coach - 
Offensive Backfiekj, Unebadten. Special Teams 



NC State 

1975 



Graduate Assistant - Offensive Backs 



Georgia Tech 



Graduate Assistant - Wide Rece<vers 



Albany (N.Y.| 

1973 



Assistant Coach - Offensive Backfield 



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Siena College 



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Clemjon 



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Gary Blackney is in his third season as the Terrapins' 
defensive coordinator and secondary coach, 

in two seasons, Biacl<ney has been instrumental in 
IVIaryland gaining a reputation bs one of the most aggres- 
sive defensive units in the country behind a high-pressure 
attack that has helped the Terps to consecutive seasons that 
have included a Bowl Championship Series appearance and 
a win in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. In 2002, the Terrapin 
defense ranked first in the ACC and seventh nationally in 
scoring, allowing a paltry 1 6.3 points per game. In addi- 
tion, the Maryland rushing and passing defense both ranked 
in the top three in the league, while the team was second 
in the conference in sacks (37) and red-zone defense (op- 
ponents failed to score 1 4 of 46 times inside the 20). 



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PBRsanaL 

Date of Birth 



December 10, 1944 



Hometown 



Plainview, N.Y. 



Alma Mater 



Connecticut, '67 



BoaBHina BXPBRiBncB 

Maryland 

2001- Assistant Coach - D efensiv e Coordinator/Secondary 



Bowling Green 

1991-2000 


Head Coach 


Ohio State 

1968-90 


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 


Brawn 

1970-72 


Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 


Connecticut 

1968-69 


Graduate Assistant 


PiamS BXPBRIBRBB 
Connecticut 


1965-66 


Running Back/Defensive Back 



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Maryland (Allegany, Carroll, Frederick. Garrett and Washington 
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Heading into 2003, Blackney's defensive backfield 
appears to be the strongest and deepest unit on the team 
and one of the top secondaries in the country. It returns 
AII-ACC performers Madieu Williams and Domonique 
Foxworth among its group of four returning starters. 

Under Blackney's guidance in 2001, the Terrapin 
defense led the Atlantic Coast Conference in scoring de- 
fense (19.1 ppg), rushing defense (90.6 ypg) and sacks 
(37). In addition, the Terps were second nationally in in- 
terceptions (24) and tied for seventh in turnovers forced 
with 34. The 24 interceptions were the most by a Mary- 
land team in 5 1 years. 

Prior to coming to Maryland, Blackney most recently 
served as the head coach at Bowling Green State Univer- 
sity. He resigned his post following the final game of the 
2000 season after 1 successful years with the program 
and an overall record of 60-50-2 (47-32-2, MAC). The BGSU 
job was his first as a head coach and his 60 wins as a 
Falcon rank third on the school^ all-time 
list. ^ ... 

Blackney left Bowling Green as r!jd 
the only coach in school history to win a 
bowl game, as he led the Falcons to victo- 
nes in the 1991 California Raisin Bowl (28-21 
over Fresno State) and the 1 992 Las Vegas 
Bowl (35-34 over Nevada). With 1 1 wins in 
1 99 1 and 1 in 1 992, he is the only coach in BGSU 
history to have back-to-back seasons of 1 wins or more. 
In doing so, he also became one of just three coaches 
ever to have been named Mid-American Conference Coach 
of the Year in consecutive seasons. Other honors at Bowl- 
ing Green included being named a finalist for football 
News National Coach of the Year award in 1 99 1 as well as 
two selections as AFCA Region 3 Coach of the Year (in '9 1 
and '92). 

The 1 99 1 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 began with a IMAC-record 1 9 straight 
conference wins and a 22-game unbeaten streak in the 
first two years. But the accolades did not end on the play- 
ing field for Blackney To date, he is the only coach from 
the MAC to have his recruiting classes receive the Ameri- 
can Football Coaches Association Academic Achievement 
Award (70 percent or better graduation rate) each year of 
the award's existence. His first recruiting class ( 1 99 1 -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 2 1 years. 
After serving as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, 
Connecticut, in 1 968 and '69, he got his first full-time po- 
sition in 1970 as a defensive backs coach at Brown. He 
then spent two seasons ( 1 973-74) as offensive backs coach 
at Rhode island. From there his stint sen/ing big-time pro- 
grams (and often alongside some big-time coaching names) 
began. From 1975-77, he was a defensive backs coach 
and ultimately defensive coordinator ( 1 977) at Wisconsin. 
After three years with the Badgers, he moved to the West 
Coast and UCiA 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 1 980- 
83 under Dick MacPherson. His final coaching spot be- 



fore Bowling Green was at Ohio State, where he began 
his tenure in 1 984 as a defensive backs coach under Earie 
Bruce and ended as an inside linebackers coach ft'om 1 988- 
90 under John Cooper In between (1985-87), he was 
the Buckeyes' defensive coordinator 






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 1 967 graduate of and former running back/de- 
fensive back at UConn, Blackney is a native of Plainview, 
NY, and was born in Astoria, N.Y He and his wife, 
Lauretta, have four children (Debbie, David, Kyle and Gary, 
Jr) and four grandchildren (Kerie, Jamie, Abby and Celia). 



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Tim Banks begins his first season dt the Uni- 
versity of Maryland, serving as the Terrapins' in- 
side linebackers coach after spending the last 
two seasons at the University of Memphis. 

Banks joined the Tiger staff when 
former Clemson head coach Tommy West 
took the reins of the Memphis program in 
1 . He oversaw outside linebackers in his first 
season in Memphis before taking over as 
cornerbacks coach for the 2002 cam- 
paign. In his first season coaching 
cornerbacks, the Tigers finished 
ninth in Division l-A ranks in 
pass defense, allowing an 
average of just 165.8 
yards per game. 

Now enter- 
ing his eighth year of 
coaching at the colle- 
giate level. Banks is 
another Terrapin 
coach with ties to the 
current staff. Prior to 




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PBRsanai 

Date of Birth 

Hometown 



Decemlierl6, 1971 



Detroit, Mich. 



Alma Mater 



Central Michigan, 94 



BaaDHina BXPBRmDB 

Maryland 

y 03- Assistant Coach ■ Inside Linebackers 

Memphis 

2C02 Assistant Coach - Comert)acks 



2001 



Assistant Coach - Outside Linetiackefs 



Bowling Green 

2000 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 



199? 

Ferris State 

1997-98 



Assistant Coach - Running Backs 



Assistant Coach ■ DefJenslve Backs 



Bowling Green 

1996 



Graduate Assistant - Defense 



piamna BXPBRiBRDB 

Central Michigan 

1991-94 A 



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his being hired at Memphis, Banks served s% defen- 
sive backs coach at Bowling Green State under 
current Maryland defensive coordinator Gary 
Blackney Uke his first season coaching corners 
at Memphis, Banks' first season coaching de- 
fensive backs at Bowling Green offered imme- 
diate results, as the Falcons tripled their inter- 
ception total from the previous year 

In addition to coaching under 
Blackney Banks also sen/ed alongside 
current Terp assistant Al 
Seamonson, who was the Fal- 
cons' linebackers coach in 
2000. All told. Banks 
spent two years as a 
full-time coach at 
BGSU - both dur- 
ing the Blackney 
regime— sen/ing 
one (1 999) as a 
running backs 
coach and the 
other (2000) in 
charge of the defen- 
sive backs. 

Bowling 
Green was also the 
site of the start of 
Banks' coaching ca- 
reer as he was the 
school's graduate assistant for the 1 996 season after com- 
pleting his collegiate playing career After serving that sea- 
son working with the Falcons' defense, he was hired to 
his first ftjil-time post, coaching defensive backs at Ferns 
State University in Big Rapids, Mich. In his two seasons, 
he worked as the Bulldogs' defensive backs coach while 
also having a hand in the passing game and special teams. 
A four-year letterwinner at cornerback for Central 
Michigan, Banks graduated in 1 994 with a bachelor of 
science degree in industrial management. In his time with 
the Chippewas, Banks earned All-Mid-America Conference 
honors as a junior and a senior while also being named 
his teams most valuable player in those seasons. A team 
co-captain his senior year Banks finished his career with 
over 200 tackles and a pair of interceptions. 

Born December 16, 1971, Banks is a native of De- 
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Tom Brattan is in his third season as the Terps' offen- 
sive line coach. He boasts 3 1 years of coaching experience, 
including 2 1 at the collegiate level, 

in 2003, Brattan mentored a group that was among 
the most decorated in the Atlantic Coast Conference as well as 
on the team. Four of five starters in 03 earned AII-ACC recog- 
nition (center Todd Wike and tackle Matt Crawford, first team, 
guard Lamar Bryant, second team; guard C.J, Brooks, honor- 
able mention]. The honors were a product of the Terrapins 
continued success on offense, ai Maryland boasted the leagues 
second-rated rushing (198.8 ypg) and scoring (32,2 ppg) of- 
fense while allowing just 2 1 sacks in 1 4 games. 

The Terps' success in year two was a perfect follow-up 
to their offensive start in 2001, a season that saw them aver- 
age 35,5 points per game, allow just 18 sacks (third-best in 



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PBRsonai 

Date of Birth 



October 14, 1950 



Hometown 



Newark, Del. 



Alma Mater 



Delavwre, 72 



Pronunciation 



rhymes with latin 



DoacHing BXPBRiBnEB 

IMarytand 



2001- 



Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 



Stanford 

1 999-2000 Assistant Coach - Offensive Line (centers and guards! 
Northwestern 

1997-98 Assistant Head Coach 



1992-98 



Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 



William & Mary 

1 984-9 1 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line 



1983 



Assistant Coach - Offensive Backfield 



Highland Springs (Va.j High School 

1979-82 



Head Coach 



Uoyd C. Bird |Va.) High School 

1978 



Head Coach 



McKean |Del.| High School 

1977 



Head Coach 



Highland Springs |Va,| High School 

1973-75 Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 



Delaware 

1 972 



Graduate Assistant 



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Delaware 



1971 



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the ACC) and pave the way for a Doak Walkei-iiii.mii it- .ison 
by tailback BrucePerry(l,242yards). From an individual stand- 
point, two of his linemen (Melvin Fowler and Todd Wike) 
earned first team AII-ACC recognition, with Fowler also be- 
ing named a finalist for the Rimington Award (given to the 
nation's top center) and ultimately being drafted in the 
third round of the NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns. 
Tackle C.J- Brooks also earned mention as a Freshman All- 
Amencan by The Sporting News. 

Pnor to coming to Maryland, Brattan 
spent two years at Stanford University, ^ 
where he sen/ed as the Cardinal's of- 
fensive line coach in charge of 
centers and guards. Of the two 
years Brattan spent with the 
Cardinal, 1 999 was the teams 
bnghtest. Stanford went 8-4 
that season and had wins over 
Arizona, UCLA, Oregon State 
Notre Dame on the way to a Rose Bowl 
bid. The '99 Stanford offense scored at least 
3 1 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 offen- 
sive line allowed a paltry 1 5 sacks despite 385 
passing attempts (an average of one sack for 
every 27 attempts). 

In 1983, Brattan took his first job at the 
collegiate level at William & Mary as an offensive 
backfield coach. After just one season, he was 
promoted to offensive coordinator and served the 
remainder of his tenure ( 1 984-9 1 ) in that capac- 
ity. He also worked with the offensive line at Wil- 
liam & Mary. While Brattan was there, the Tnbe 
took their play to new heights, advancing to the 9 
NCAA Division l-AA playoffs three times. From 1986 
to 1990, William & Mary earned national rankings 
in three seasons (No. 9 in 1986, No. 13 in 1989, 
No. 7 in 1 990). The success was largely a product of 
Brattan's offensive design as his unit ranked in the 
top 20 in offense in 1 985 and '86, while it had the 
top-rated attack in Division l-AA in 1 990 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, pushing 
their streak of seasons 
without a winning 
mark to 23. Then in 
1995, the Wildcats 
were in the national 
spotlight as they came 
seemingly out of no- 
where to win the Big 
Ten championship for 
the first time in 47 years 
and advance to the 
Rose Bowl, where they 
ultimately fell to South- 
ern California. They fin- 
ished that season— de- 
spite the Rose Bowl loss 
— ranked seventh in 

the nation with a 1 0-2 

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Brattans offensive line played a huge role in the teams 

as It allowed just eight sacks all year while helping 

propel Darnell Autry to a school rushing record. 

As a team. Northwestern finished fifth nationally 

that season in rushing. 

The Wildcats went on to post a combined 
1 5-1 conference record in 1 995 and 1 996, tak- 
ing the Big Ten crown both years after having 
won just five league games in the three 
years previous. In '96, they earned 
a bid to play Tennessee in the 
Citrus Bowl. 

Brattan got his 
start in coaching as 
a graduate assistant 
at his alma mater, 
Delaware, in 1972. 
After one year in New- 
ark, he took his first full- 
time coaching post at High- 
land Spnngs (Va.) High School as 
an offensive line coach. After three 
years (1973-75) at Highland Spnngs, 
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 - the same high 
school that helped produce Maryland 
legend Randy White — before moving 
back to Virginia and taking over as the 
head coach at Uoyd 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 stmt was a success- 
ful one as he led HSHS to one Central Region 
and 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 
degree in education in 1 977. He was a mem- 
ber of the Blue Hen football team and earned 
a varsity letter in 1 97 1 He and his wife, Anne 
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James Franklin Is in his fourth year as wide receivers 
coach and first as recruiting coordinator at Maryland, He 
joined the staff in April 2000 following a one-year stint as 
wide receivers coach at Idaho State University. 

Franklins wide receiver corps has 
been one of constant im- 
provement since his join- 

ing the staff in 2000. Last 
season, four Terrapin 
wideouts posted 300 
yards or more of receiv- 
ing despite the fact that 
the unit returnedjust one 
starter from the previous 
year A look ahead to 
2003 shows that 
Franklins unit may be up for 
Its best year in his tenure, as only one 
player with significant numbers - Scooter 
Monroe - was lost to graduation, while 
the competition for playing time will be 
the fiercest it has been in years. 

A 1995 graduate of East 
Stroudsburg, where he was a Harlon 
Hill nominee for Division II Player of 
the Year Franklin also has served on 
the coaching staffs at Washington 
State, James Madison, East 
Stroudsburg and Kutztown. He also 
has coached for the Roskilde Kings 
m the European League, serving as 
offensive coordinator in 1 996. 




In 1 999, he oversaw an Idaho State receiver corps 
that amassed 29 touchdowns, 258 receptions and more 
than 3,300 receiving yards The Bengals, who posted one 
of their best offensive seasons in school history, finished 
ninth nationally in total offense, averaging better than 30 
points per game. 

Franklin, 29, joined the Idaho State staff prior to 
the 1999 season after serving one year as a graduate as- 
sistant coach at Washington State University where he 
worked primarily with the tight ends. 

Prior to his position at Washington State, he spent 
the 1 997 season as the wide receivers coach at James 
Madison University. In the summer of 1 998, he worked in 
the National Football Leagues minority internship program. 
In 1 996, he served as a graduate assistant at his alma mater 
East Stroudsburg, working primarily with the secondary. 
In the summer of 1999, Franklin worked with the 
Philadelphia Eagles coaching staff as part of the NFti 
minority internship program. 

During his career, he has recruited the Mary- 
land-Virginia area, as well as New York, Pennsyl- 
vania, New Jersey Georgia and California. He is 
urrently responsible for recruiting in Pennsylva- 
nia, Flonda, Maryland and Washington, D.C. 
Franklin was a two-time Pennsylvania 
State Athletic Conference selection as a 
quarterback at East Stroudsburg, earn- 
ng team MVP honors as a senior 
when he set seven school records, 
ncluding single-season marks for 
total offense (3,128|, passing 
yards (2,586) and TD passes (1 9). 
He was honored by Sports Illus- 
trated as a national player of the 
week in October 1994. 

He played one season of 
professional football in the Euro- 
pean League, capturing league 
MVP honors in 1 996 for the Danish 
national champions. 

Franklin earned his masters de- 
gree in educational leadership from 
Washington State, posting a 3.74 grade- 
point average while completing his de- 
gree requirements in ! 999. 




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PBRsanai 

Date of Birth FetxuarvZ 1972 


Hometown 


Lanqhorne. Pa. 


Aima Mater 


EastStroodsbura, 95 


DBaeHWB EXPBRIBnEB 
Maryland 

2003- RecruitinQ Coordinator 


2000- 


Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 


Maho State 

1999 


Assistant Coach - Wide Recervers 


Washington State 

1998 


Assistant Coach -Tight Ends 


James Madison 

1997 


Assistant Coach ■ Wide Receivers 


East StroudsbiBg 

1996 


Graduate Assistaw - Secondary 


Kutztown 

1995 


AssisOf* Coach - Wide Recervers 


PLaum BXPBHienDE 

East Stroudsburg 

1991-94 


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Maryland (Calvet Charies, Prince GeorgeS and St .V^s tourv 
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The 2003 season will mark the first for Bill O'Brien as a 
member of the University of Maryland staff. It will be his first 
stint in College Park, but his face will not be an unfamiliar one 
to Terrapin fans or members of the football staff. 

O'Bnen comes to Maryland having spent his last eight 
years with Georgia Tech and joins fellow former Tech cohorts 
Ralph Friedgen and Dave Sollazzo. as well as assistant recruit- 
ing coordinator John Donovan. This past season, he served 
as the Yellow Jackets' assistant head coach, offensive coordi- 
nator and quarterbacks coach, a combination of titles that 
reflects great progress by the 33-year-old in his tenure in At- 
lanta. 

In his first three years ( 1 995-97| at Georgia Tech, O'Bnen 
served as a graduate assistant to the offense. His final season 
as a GA was his first working with Ralph Friedgen after 
Friedgen returned to the college ranks following five years in 
the IMFL 

In 1 998, O'Bnen was hired as Tech's running backs 
coach, another position he would hold for three years and 
excel in (notably his graduate assistant role was filled by 
Donovan). In each of his three seasons coaching the running 



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PBRsanaL 

Date of Birth October 23, 1969 


Hometown 


Mom. Mass. 


Alma Mater 


Brown '92 


eaaDHina BXPBRienGB 

Maryland 

2003- Assistant Coach - Runninq Backs 


Georgia Tech 

2002 


Assistant Head Coach 


2001-2002 Offensive Coordinator/Quar.erbacks 1 


1999-2000 


Recruitinq Coordinator 


1998-2000 


Runninq Backs 


1995-1997 


Graduate Assistant -Offense 


Brown 

1994 


Inside Linebackers 


1993 


Tiqht Ends 


Piaam BXPBRIBBEB 

Brown 


1990-92 


Linebacker/Defensive End 


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backs, the Yellow Jackets finished no lower than third in the 
Atlantic Coast Conference rankings. In addition, he showed 
a flair for recruiting that led to his adding recruiting coordina- 
tor to his list of responsibilities in his final two years (1999- 
2000) as a running backs coach. 

At the end of a successful 2000 season, Ralph Friedgen 
was hired away from his post as Georgia Tech's offensive coor- 
dinator to resurrect the Maryland football program. With 
Friedgen having no choice but to leave prior to the Jackets' 
bowl game, all eyes were on O'Brien as he took the reins of 
the offense for the 2000 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. It was a role 
he would hold and succeed in for the next two seasons. 

In O'Brien's first season as an offensive coordinator Tech 
led the ACC in passing offense and ranked third in the league 
in scoring, while tailback Joe Burns posted the first 1,000- 
yard season by a Yellow Jacket since 1 995. In his second 
season, the Jacket offense was off to a flying start when tailback 
Tony Hollings — who was averaging 1 58.2 yaitis per game 
— went down with an injury in the fourth game of the sea- 
son. Overall, O'Brien placed five players on the AII-ACC first 
or second team in his two seasons. 

Prior to his arnval in Atlanta, O'Brien spent two 
seasons at his alma mater. Brown University 
coaching tight ends in 1993 and inside line- |HH^ 
backers in '94. ^"i^j 

A three-year letterwinner at outside line- 
backer for the Bears, O'Bnen graduated in 1 992 with a bach- 
elor of arts degree with a double concentration in political 
science and organizational behavior management. 

Born Ottober 23, 
1 969, O'Bnen is a na- 
tive of Andover Mass. 
He is married to the 
former Colleen Corron 
and the couple had 
their first child. Jack, in 
August of 2002. 







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Ray Rychleski is in his third year as Mtiryldnds special 
teams coordinator and tight ends coach. He is in his 24th 
year of coaching overall, and his 22nd as a mentor at the 
collegiate level, 

Rychleskis second year with Maryland saw both of 
his units turn in outstanding performances. Tight end Jeff 
Dugan continued to display the kind of blocking that has 
helped the Terps become one of the top rushing teams in the 
. ountry, while thejunior garnered honorable mention AII-ACC 
status. Where l?ychleskrs troops really came together was on 
special teams where kicker Nick Novak, punter Brooks Barnard 
jnd return man Steve Suter were all first team AII-ACC per- 
formers, 

Novak finished his sophomore season ranked fifth in 
the NCAA in field goals and 16th in scoring, and 
Barnard led the ACC in punting while finishing ""^ 

l2thnationallywitha43,l-yardaverage. But j. 

vvhere the Terrapin return game was nearly 
m afterthought the year before. Suter blos- 
somed under Rychleskis guidance into 
one of the top return men in the 
country, Suter finished 2002 
with an ACC record 771 
punt-return yards v*ile fin- 
ishing second in the con- 
ference in kick-return av- 
erage and tying an NCAA 
record with four punt re- 1 
turns for a touchdown. 

The 2002 season 
came on the heels of an in- 
.lugural year that 
saw Maryland 
tight ends and 
specialists shine as 
.veil. Tight ends 
Jeff Dugan and 
Matt Murphy provided a 
strong blocking and pass<atch- 
ing tandem for the Terps. 
Murphy was a story in his own 
right ss he went from a player 
! n search of a position to a tight 



end displaying enough skills to be selected by the Detroit Li- 
ons in the 2002 NFL Draft, Highlights from Rychleskis special 
teams units included the fourth-best net punting average in 
the nation and AMCC recognition for Barnard (first team], 
and Novak earning honorable mention alkonfeience status 
in just his first year kicking at the collegiate level. 

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 1999 and 2000 sea- 
sons, Rychleski was the Demon Deacons' tight ends coach 
while also serving as the teami special teams coordinator. For 
the three years prior (1996-98). he worked with WFUS out- 
side linebackers. During his first three seasons at Wake ( 1 993- 
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 assistant. After a 
short time as the Owls' 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 
( 1 989-90) as a defensive coordinator/inside linebackers coach. 
After two years at Northeastern, Rychleski spent a year at Penn 
State ( 1 99 1 . graduate assistant) and one summer with the 
Toronto Argonauts ( 1 992, defense) as a volunteer assistant. 
In 1 992, Rychleski was hired as a special teams coordi- 
nator and defensive backs coach at East Stroudsburg Univer- 
sity, where he helped the Warnors to their best record in 1 3 
years. After his bnef stmt in Stroudsburg, he left for Wake 
Forest in 1993, 

A native of Old Forge, Pa„ Rychleski earned his degree 
in social studies from Millersville (Pa,) State College (now 
known as Millersville Univer- 
■^ sity)in 1979, 





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Date of Birth 



September 27, 1957 



Hometown 



Old Forge. Pa, 



Altna Mater 



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PronutKiatlon 



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Maryland 

200 1 - Assistant Coach - Special Teams Coordlnator/Tiqhi Ends 



Wake Foreit 

1999-2000 



Assistant Coach ■ Tight Ends/ Special Teams 



1996-98 



Outside Linebackers 



1993-95 



Defensive Line 



Eait Stroudsburg 

1992 Assistant Coach- 
Special Teams Coordinator/Defensive Backs 



Toronto Argonauts 

Summer, 199 2 

Penn State 

1991 



Votunieer Assistant Coach - Defense 



Graduate Assistant ■ Offensive tine 



Northeastern 

1989-90 



Assistant Coach - 
Defensive Coordinatof/lnside Linebackers 



Temple 

1981-88 GA/Assistant Coach -Outside Linebackers and Roven 
Neshaminy |Pa.| High School 

i93C Head Coach- Freshman Team 



Manheim |Pa.| Township High School 

1979 Assistant Coach - Quartert)aclg/Derensive Backs 

Ouarteit)acl( 



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AI Seamonson is In his third season as outside line- 
backers coach for the Terrapins, He also assists Ray Rychleski 
in working with the special teams unit. 

Seamonson's second year in College Park showed the 
Terp defense posting outstanding numbers once again as 
the team ranked first in the ACC and seventh nationally in 
scoring, allowing just 1 6.3 points per game. In addition, the 
Maryland rushing and passing defense both ranked in the 
top three in the league while the team was second in the 
conference in sacks (37) and red-zone defense, Seamonson's 
outside linebackers were a source of both steady improve- 
ment and big plays, while newcomer Shawne Merriman was 
named to The Sporting News ACC All-Rookie team. 





In 200 1 , Seamonson's linebackers were part of a Mary- 
land 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 (-i- 1 .45 average) and the ACC's low- 
est scoring defense (19.1 points per game). 

Seamonson boasts 20 years of collegiate coach- 
ing experience. Prior to coming to Maryland, he 
spent the 2000 season at Bowling Green State 
University — where he worked under cur- 
rent 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 the 
MAC in rushing defense and total de- 
fense Hired by Blackney who at the 
time was the Falcons' head coach, he 
was responsible — in addition to his 
duties with special teams and lineback- 
ers — for recruiting Pittsburgh and West- 
ern Pennsylvania, West Virginia and 
Flonda, 

Seamonson's coaching tenure 
prior to BGSU was weighted heavily in 
military settings. From 1987-99, he 
coached at The Citadel (The Military College 

of South Carolina), 
where he started 
as a wide receivers 
coach (1987) be- 
fore serving the re- 
mainder of his ten- 
ure (1988-99) as spe- 
cial teams coordinator 
and linebackers coach. 
At The Citadel, 
Seamonson coached un- 
der current Terp offensive 
coordinator Charlie Taaffe 
and worked alongside de- 
fensive line coach Dave 
Sollazzo, He helped coach 
five linebackers to All-South- 
ern Conference honors and 
one (J.J, Davis) to an ap- 
pearance in the Senior 
Bowl, The highlight of his 
tenure was in 1992 when 
the Bulldogs led Division I- 
AA in scoring defense, 
yielding just 13,0 points 
per contest en route to a 
Southern Conference 
championship and advanc- 
ing to the l-AA playoffs for 
the third time in five years. 
The Citadel was not 
Seamonson's first taste of 
the military life, however as 
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at the U S Military Academy in West Point, N,Y„ 
for the 1 985 and '86 seasons. In his first sea- 
son at Army the Cadets were one of the sur- 
prise teams in the country as they won the 1 985 
Peach Bowl, 3 1-29, over Illinois. It was one of 
just four times in the Academy's history that it 
had gone to a bowl game. 

A 1 982 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 vol- 
unteer coach for 
Wisconsin's wide receiv- 
ers. He then was a 
graduate assistant for 
the next two years 
where he worked for 
the Badgers' second- 
ary unit. 
'' Born Sep- 

tember 7, 1 959, 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, Kalvin and Karter 



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D ate of Birth Septembe r?, 1959 



Hometown 



Stou ghton, Wise, 



Alma Mater 



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Maryland 

2001- Assistant Coach - 

Outside Linebackers/Special Teams Assistant 

Bowling Green 

2000 Ass istant Coach - Special Teams Coordinator/Linebackers 

The Citadel 

1987-99 Assistant Coach - 

Special Teams Coo rdinato r/UnebackersAVid e Receivers 



United States Military Academy 

1 985:86 Assistant Coach ■ Linebackers 

Wisconsin 

1983-84 Graduate Assistant - Defensive Backs 



1982-83 



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Dave Sollazzo is in his third season in his current 
stmt X defensive line coach at the University of Maryland. 
It IS his sixth season overall at the university. Sollazzo was 
a volunteer defensive line coach for the Terps in 1 986 and 
87 as well as a graduate assistant in 1 984. 

In his two years with the Terps, Sollazzos unit has 
been one of the most overachieving groups on the team. 
In 2002. Maryland finished second in the league in total 
defense while holding its opponents to an average of 57 
yards below their season rushing averages coming into 
their respective games with the Terrapins. More notably 
the Terps finished atop the league and seventh nationally 
in scoring defense, yielding just 1 6.3 points per game. In 
addition, tackle Randy Starks earned second team AII-ACC 
honors in just his second season in the league, establish- 



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Date of Birth 



December 24, 1955 



Hometown 



Harrison, N.Y. 



Alma Matef 



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Pronunciation 



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Maryland 



2001- 



Assistant Coacti ■ Defensive Une/NFL Liaison 



Georgia Tech 

1999-2000 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Tackles 



The Citadel 

1989-98 



Assistant Coach • Defensive One 



Guilford |N.C.| College 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 



Maryland 

1986^7 



Volunteer Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 



Stratford (S.C.| High School 

1985 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 



Graduate Assistant - tjnebackers 



Maryland 

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North Charieston |S.C.| High School 

1983 As sistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 

Fort Johnson |S.C.| High School 

1978^2 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 



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The Citadel 

1973-76 



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ing himscit as a player to watch in the league Another of 
Sollazzos pupils — defensive end Durrand Roundtree 
— completed his successful tenure in College Park 
and was signed to a free-agent contract by the 
hometown Washington Redskins. 

In 200 1 , Sollazzo took a group that entered 
the season ^% a concern in terms of talent and 
depth, and turned it into a rock-solid squad that 
helped anchor one of the top defenses in the 
ACC, as the Terps led the league in rush 
ing and scoring defense. Under his 
tutelage, nose tackle Charles 
Hill became an honor- 
able mention AII- 
ACC pick 
and, ulti- 
mately, a 

third-round choice of the Houston Texans in the 2002 NFL 
Draft. 

Prior to his current stmt at Maryland, Sollazzo was 
at Georgia Tech in 1 999 and 2000 as a defensive tack 
les coach. In his two years in Atlanta, Tech partici- 
pated in a pair of bowl games — the Gator Bowl in 
1999 and the Peach Bowl in 2000. 

Beforejoining the Yellow Jackets, Sollazzo was 
the defensive line coach at The Citadel from 1 989- 
98. The Citadel was another homecoming for 
Sollazzo, as he had lettered for the Bulldogs for three 
years on the defensive line from 1 974-76. In that 
time, he started 33 consecutive games under former 
Maryland coach Bobby Ross. His position coach was 
Ralph Fnedgen. 

As a coach at The Citadel (where he was 
hired by current Terp offensive coordina- - "' 
tor Charlie Taaffe), Sollazzo coached Brad 
Keeney to All-America honors and Southern Conference- 
leading totals in sacks and tackles for loss in 1 995. In addi- 
tion, he coached nine other defensive linemen to alkon- 
ference honors while with the Bulldogs. The highlight of 
his coaching career in Charleston, however may have been 
his involvement in helping The Citadel in 1 992 to the South- 
ern Conference championship and a No. 1 ranking at the 
end of the regular season. That '92 squad led the nation 
in scoring defense at 1 3 points per game and finished 
sixth in pass-efficiency defense. In 1 997, he was part of an 
impressive defensive effort m which the Bulldogs finished 
their season by not allowing a touchdown in their final 1 3 
quarters. 

Along with his ties to Maryland and The Citadel, 
Sollazzo has an extensive history in prep coaching. With 
the exception of the Maryland job in 1984 (a season that 
saw the Terps win the ACC and earn a berth in the Sun 
Bowl), Sollazzo was a high school defensive coordinator 
in South Carolina ft-om 1 978-85. 

Sollazzo was born in the same hometown as 
Fnedgen, Harrison, N.Y., on Christmas Eve, 1955. and 
earned his degree ft'om The Citadel in ] 977. He is married 
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Tom Deahn is in liis fifti? year on the Maryland foot- 
ball staff and his fourth as director of football operations. 
He served as assistant recruiting coordinator during the 
1 999 season. His administrative responsibilities include daily 
management of the football program, including opera- 
tions, team travel and schedule coordination. 

Deahn came to Maryland following a five-year stmt 
at St. Norbert College in DePere, Wise, where he spent 
time d,s assistant head coach, recruiting coordinator of- 
fensive coordinator and quarterbacks/wide receivers coach. 
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Dwight Gait, a member of the Terps' strength staff 
since 1 989, is in his 1 5th year at Maryland and his 1 0th 
year as the school's direaor of strength and conditioning. 
His responsibilities include managing the departments 
three training facilities and coordinating strength and con- 
ditioning programs for the Terps' 26 varsity sports, with 
special emphasis on football. 

Gait, who earned his bachelor's degree in business 
management (I981| and his master's degree in exercise 
physiology ( 1 989) from the University of Maryland, is a 
member of the National Strength and Conditioning Asso- 




ager for a 1 9-sport program. While at St. 
Norbert, he coached two offensive line- 
men to All-America honors and 1 5 play- 
ers to all-conference honors. 

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

Prior to his arrival at St. Norbert, 
he spent three years at Catholic Univer- 
sity in Washington, D.C., where his re- 
sponsibilities included serving as recruit- 
ing coordinator and strength coordina- 
tor during his stay Catholic's defense 
ranked second in the country in 1 993. 
Two of his players received All-Amenca 
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. 



elation, the Collegiate Strength 
and Conditioning Coaches Asso- 
ciation and United States 
Powerlifting. 

Gait began his career at the 
University of Maryland as an in- 
tern strength coach in 1 984 and 
assisted with the training of the 
1984 and 1 985 ACC champion 
football teams. In 1989, he be- 
came a full-time assistant strength 
coach at the university and for the 
next three years worked with all 
of Maryland's intercollegiate 
sports programs. In 1 992, Gait 
became the assistant strength 
coach for football and he is now 
in his 1 5th year of providing com- 
plete athletic development train- 
ing to Terp football team mem- 
bers. 

Gait, 46, and his wife Jan 
are natives of Hyattsville, Md„ 
and have four children: Angle, 
Teri, Dwight IV and Tommy 




Amanda, Dawn and Tom Deahn 




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

Donovan is a familiar face to coaches Ralph Friedgen, 
Bill O'Brien 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 prepa- 
ration. 

Pnor 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. I ranking in the 
seasons 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 
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Greg Sesny is in his third season at Maryland as a gradu- 
ate assistant, working with the Terrapins' defense. Among 
his duties are breaking down opponent film, working with 
the offensive scout team and assisting with the secondary. 

Sesny is no stranger to the area after spending the 
SIX years previous to his tenure at Maryland as either a 
player or a coach at The Catholic University of America in 
Washington, D.C. He started at Catholic in 1 995 and ulti- 
mately became a three-year starter at tight end/H-back for 
the Cardinals. 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 1 999, Sesny went on to serve as CUAs tight ends 
coach in 1 999 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 
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Brian Hickson is In his second season with the Terps. 
serving as graduate assistant with the Maryland offense. 
Among his duties are breaking down opponent film, work- 
ing with the defensive scout team and assisting with the 
offensive line. 

Hickson came to Maryland just prior to the 2002 
season after working for a year as offensive line coach 
and recruiting coordinator at The Catholic University of 
Amenca. In his short time at Catholic, he helped coach 
two of his linemen to all-conference honors. 

A local product having graduated from Good Coun- 
sel High School in Wheaton, Md., Hickson was a three- 
year letterwinner at center and offensive guard at Towson 
(Md.| University. He graduated with a degree in english 
and literature in 2001 and is currently pursuing a gradu- 
ate degree at Maryland in education policy leadership. 



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Mitch Wilkens is in his third season working with the 
University of Maryland football program as director of video 
services. 

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 
coordinator during the 2000 season. Pnor to his stint in 
Pittsburgh, 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 mamed the former Nicole Radu of Pittsburgh 
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Ron Ohringer is in his 16th year as the Terrapins head 
equipment manager Ohringer oversees the ordering, inventory, 
maintenance and distribution of all athletic equipment for the 
university's 27 intercollegiate sports programs. While managing 
the overall equipment operation for the entire department, 
Ohringer primarily serves as the football equipment manager on 
a day-to-day basis. 

A native of nearby Bettiesda Md , Ohnnger graduated from 
Maryland with a bachelor's degree in journalism and public rela- 
tions in 1985. While a student in College Park, he served the 
football team ai a manager and was the teamS head student 
manager for his final three years. 

FollowJng graduation, Ohnnger utilized his degree try serv- 
ing as an assistant with both the Washington Redskins and Phila- 
delphia Eagles of the National Football League. He also worked 
with the Washington Commandos of the Arena Football League 
and the minor-teague Alexandria Dukes. 

Ohnnger was mamed on November 28, 1 992 to the ftxmer 
Amy Brennan, The couple resides in Burtonsville, Md., arx) has 
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This was supposed to be the season that it all started 
for Ralph Friedgen and the University of Maryland. 

Friedgen signed on at Maryland after the close of 
the 2000 season and the prevailing thought was that af- 
ter a couple of seasons of working on turning things 
around, his alma mater would be ready to challenge in 
the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

With 2003 having arrived, the record now shows 
that it only took Friedgen and Company one season to 
get the ball rolling and the goals originally set for '03 have 
changed. Fortunately for the Terrapins and their fans, 
things seem to be setting up for yet another exciting sea- 
son in College Park. 

The Terps return six starters on offense and nine on 
defense from a team that won a school-record tying 1 1 
games in 2002, pummeled perennial national power Ten- 
nessee in the Chick-fll-A Peach Bowl and challenged for 
the ACC title up until the second-to-last week of the regu- 
lar season despite a I -2 start. That in addition to finishing 
ranked in the nations top 1 3 for the second consecutive 
year. 

Though there are questions to be answered in terms 
of personnel in 03, the number of questions seem to be 
diminishing with each successive season. The Terps enter 
the season with a returning starter at quarterback for the 
first time in Friedgens tenure, giving the Maryland offense 
its best options in terms of the playbook it has had in 
three years. Tailback Bruce Perry appears to be healthy 
and leading a deep stable of tailbacks, while the defen- 
sive backfield is experienced and amongst the most tal- 
ented in the country. 

Question marks include replacing all-everything line- 
backer E.J. Henderson and career punting leader Brooks 
Barnard, but the cupboard is far from bare. In fact, there 
is a buzz in College Park that has reached a pitch not seen 
in decades from Terp faithful. 

The following is a position-by-position breakdown 
of the 2003 version of the Maryland Terrapins as they 
approach a season that holds both pnomise and great an- 
ticipation. All for a program that was just supposed to be 
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To say that the Maryland offense returns six starters in 
2003 IS to scratch the surface of the talent that returns to the 
fold. True, the Terps do have all-conference performers re- 
turning in the form of QB Scott McBrien (honorable men- 
tion], TE Jeff Dugan (honorable mention), OG Lamar 
Bryant (second team) and OG CJ. Brooks (honorable men- 
tion) among their six returning starters, but a closer look shows 
the players who will be filling the gaps are far from green. 

Among those returning not counted as starters are 200 1 
ACC Player of the Year and Doak Walker finalist Bruce Perry, 
Ail-ACC return standout Steve Suter - who should see an 
increased role at wide receiver - and wideout Jafar Will- 
iams, who enters his senior season with 76 career recep- 
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That experience should translate into another strong 
year for the Terrapin offense, a unit that has posted school 
records for points in back-to-back seasons, racking up 451 
(an average of 32.2 points per game) a year ago. 

But among the most important assets Mary- 
land has is the return of McBrien, a player who 
got better and better as the season went on in 
2002. In each of Ralph Friedgen and offensive 
coordinator Charlie Taaffe!s first years, the 
Terp offense has suffered from growing pains 
early in the season that can only be explained 
by inexperience at quarterback. But in each 
of those seasons, the offense improved as 
the signal-callers comfort level improved. 
That lapse should be non-existent with the 
return of McBrien, leaving the team in its 
best shape at the start of any of the last 
three seasons. 

"I think we have a chance to be a 
good offense," said Friedgen. "If Scott 
(McBrien) picks up where he left off 
in the Peach Bowl and continues to 
grow and get better he has a chance to 
be a very fine quarterback. I think we need more pro- 
duction out of our wide receivers - we have receivers 
who are very capable of making big plays. Are things 
exactly where I want them? No. But it continues to 
improve each season over where it has been." 



QUaRTBRBaCK 



Heading into fall camp last season, not only 
were the Terrapins without a returning starter at 
quarterback, they were without a clear<ut starter 
coming out of spring. This year, there is no de- 
bate over who holds the reins of the Maryland 
offense. 

Senior Scott McBrien (Rockville, Md 
started slowly last year - his first as a full-time starter 
at the collegiate level - but finished 2003 as one of 
the top quarterbacks in the ACC and one of the most 
efficient in the nation. He finished the season passing for 
2,497 yards, 15 touchdowns and 1 interceptions, pro- 
ducing a 141.3 pass-efficiency rating, 12th-best in the 
NCAA and fifth-best in school history. Along the way, the 
southpaw led the Terps to nine wins in their last 
1 games and their first bowl win since 1 985. 

McBrien has a strong, accurate arm and, 
as his first year at the controls wore on, he proved to be 
efficient at running the option, one of the question marks 
surrounding the former West Virginia transfer With the ma- 
jority of the receivers he worked with from last year return- 
ing, he stands to have a strong senior season. The primary 
concern of his coaches may be that he maintain some of the 
consistency he had in the second half of last year - and im- 
prove upon it. 

"Scott is more comfortable with what we are doing than 
he has ever been," said Friedgen. "He has all of the physical 
tools you need in a quarterback. He has a very strong arm 
and he is very accurate. At times, he doesn't see plays de- 
velop as well as I would like him to, but he continues to 
improve in that aspect and, as importantly, is learning to play 



within himself. The biggest thing we are looking for from 
him this year is consistency." 

Though the Terps are set with their starter at quarter- 
back, the race for McBriens backup is not quite so clear- 
cut. Three players - all with different strengths - will 
^ compete for that spot this year 
V V Leading the way by a slim margin heading into 

fall IS senior Orlando Evans (Stockton, Calif), Evans 
has returned from a knee injury suffered last year 
and gives the offense a quarterback 
who can get in and out of the 
huddle. He is the most experi- 
enced of the three challenging 
for the backup role, with his main 
strengths being his running abil- 
ty and knowledge of the of- 
fense, 

A pair of redshirt 
freshmen - Joel 
Statham jChatsworth, 
Ga.j and Sam 
Hollenbach 
(Sellersville, Pa.) - 
both had solid 
off-seasons and 
will com- 
pete with 
'Evans. 
Statham is 
probably 
the Terps' most athletic quar- 
terback and has a strong, 
accurate arm. He 
played well in the 
spring game and 
looks like a player to 
watch, while 
Hollenbach offers 
ideal size (6-5, 221) and 
one of the best work ethics 
on the team. His improvement 
between year one and two has been as noticeable 
as any player on the team. The current downside 
for both Statham and Hollenbach is simple - a 
lack of experience. Local product and true fresh- 
man Ryan Mitch (McLean, Va.j will look to 
learn along with them in his first year in the 
system. 
"We are starting to get quarterbacks who have the arms 
and the accuracy that you need to succeed at this level, " said 
Friedgen. "In the five quarterbacks we will have in camp, I 
think we have enough of what it takes to be good - it is just 
going to come down to the continuing development of the 
guys behind McBrien as to how good they are as a group ' 




Icott McBrien 



Quarterbacks 

No. Name Pos. 


Hgt Wgt 


ci.-exp 


-\ 


? Scon McBrien QB 


&0 181 


Sr.lV 


~ 


mai Orlando Evans OB 


6-0 191 


Sr.-IV 


I4ldl Sam Hollenbach QB 


6-5 221 


Fr.-RS 




ISIdl Rvan Mitch QB 


6-3 201 


Fr.-HS 




16 Joel Statham QB 


6-1 20? 


Fr.-K 










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TaiLBacK 

The tailback position is one that has become a trade- 
mark of the Maryland offense in recent years. The Terrapins 
have had a player rush for 1.000 yards or more in three of 
the last four seasons. Based on the talent of this years crop, 
the possibility is strong that the accomplishment will be 
extended another year ^^ 

Bruce Perry |Philadelphia, Pa.| heads into his * ^ 
senior season leading a group that is likely the deep- 
est unit on the offense. Perry, the ACCs 
Offensive Player of the Year and a 
Ooak Walker finalist in 2001, is 
healthy after a season of injury 
setbacks a year ago and heads 
into this year with the momen- 
tum of his strongest off-season 
in the program. His strengths 
are his speed, quickness and Y 
big-play potential, but a return 
to form from his 01 season 
means he also has the uncanny 
ability of finishing nearly every 
play falling forward, breaking 
tackles along the way 

One of the players who 
stepped up his play in Perry's ab- 
sence last year was sophomore 
Josh Allen (Bladensburg, Md |, a 
player whose future at Maryland seems 
bright. Allen is a bigger back (206 
pounds) who also offers breakaway speed 
He averaged 6.8 yards per carry on 60 at 
tempts last year while hitting paydirt eight times 
in as many games. 

Junior Sammy Maldonado (Harrison, N,Y) 
and sophomore Wario (Merrills (Columbia, Md.| are 
two other backs who will be seeking playing time. At 23 1 
pounds, Maldonado gives the Terps the option of giving the 
ball to a bruiser and with his play in the off-season, when he 
showed that he also has very quick feet, the Ohio State transfer 
likely ensured himself of making the regular rotation. Merrills 
IS a speedy back who saw significant playing time early last 
year before Chns Downs breakout. 

Freshmen J.P. Humber (Lakeland, Fla.) and Lance Ball 
(Teaneck, NJ.) give the team two more talented backs to 
watch ai the season progresses. Humber who redshirted last 
year has all the tools to be a top-flight back, but must limit 
his mistakes to move up the depth chart, according to 
Fnedgen 

'Along with the seconda^, I think tailback might be 
our strongest position,' said Fnedgen. "We probably have 
five quality tailbacks. Bruce Peny had the 1 5 best days of 
practice that he has had since I have been here this past 
spnng. For consistency, for leadership, he went out and gave 
us 1 5 really tough praaices. But for the whole group, we 
have good da-ersity in terms of class and I think they all have 
a chance to be fine football players ' 



FULLBaCK 



For the first time since Friedgen has been at Maryland, 
depth is somewhat of a concern at the fullback position. With 
the graduation of Chad Killian and the early departure of 
James Lynch, what was once one of the team's deepest posl- 
-^_ tions IS no longer 

1^ That said, senior Bernie Fiddler 

J P I (Swedesboro, N.J.) is a very capable back and 
f Jl / was talented enough to earn playing time even 
with Killian and Lynch in the fold. Fiddler 
is a solid lead blocker who runs well and 
has good hands. Coming out of 
spring, he was as firmly entrenched 
as a starter as nearly anyone on ei- 
ther side of the ball. 

A former linebacker jun- 
ior Maurice Smith 
Waldorf, Md | has found a 
home at fullback and ap- 
pears to be a solid number two 
to Fiddler Smith has made his 
.njme in his first two years on special 
teams but will be given more reps than ever in 
anticipation of 2003, 

Sophomore RIcardo Dickerson was 
given a look at fullback in the off-season, 
but appears headed back to his natural 
position at strong-side linebacker An- 
other fullback/linebacker who ap- 
pears likely to get his shot on the 
offensive side is incoming freshman 
^ Tim Cesa (Kennesaw, Ga,|, an all- 
state player from Georgia with 
good size (235 pounds) and 
strength (380-pound 
bench) for a player who 
^ has yet to spend a season in a 

collegiate strength and conditioning 
Bruce program, 

p "Our fullback position is not 

^ as strong from a depth stand- 

point as It has been in the past,' 
said Friedgen, "but what we have is still as good as what the 
majonty of teams in college football have. We have been 
very blessed to have some very good fullbacks in the time 
that I have been here. Depth may be an issue for us, but as 
long as we stay healthy I think well be fine " 




^. 



Fullbacks 

No. Name 


Pos. 


H0 Wot 


a-EKp 




40 Maurice Smith 


FB 


M) 222 


Jr.-2V 
Fr.-HS 


— 


42 Tim Cesa 


FB 


6-2 235 


44ldl Bernie Fiddler 


FB 


6-1 245 


Sr.-2V 




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position after starting his career at quarterback. Harrison fir*- 
ished third on the team with 20 receptions and 369 yards and '' 
a pair of TDs. Williams was the teamS second-leading receiver 
(28 rec, 562 yards, 2 TDs) and will again be a player the team 
looks at to transform his athleticism into a bieakout year 

Harrison and Williams will be backed up at the "X" re- 
ceiver spot primarily by redshirt freshman Paschal Abiamiri 
(Randallstown, Md), junior Maurice Shanks (Hampton, Va.) 
and newcomer Drew Weatherly (Georgetown, Del.). 
Abiamiri had a strong spring game (2 TDs) and has good 
speed, while Shanks offers another big target (6-4) to the mix. 

On the opposite side, junior Steve Suter (Manchestet 
Md.) enters the season atop the depth chart. Though he missed 
spring and will have to catch up a bit at the start of fall camp, 
Suter made his way to the top of the depth chart outside with 
the big-play ability he displayed last season, Suter is one of 
the most dangerous players in the ACC in open space and 
one of the fastest players - if not the fastest player - on the 
team. He will still see time in the slot, the position he manned 
a year ago, but will be given a shot outside with the slot in 
very capable hands. 

Joining Suter at the 'Z will be a group of relatively young 
receivers who can best be characterized by their potential- 
Sophomores Dan Melendez (Lancaster Pa.) and B (Hamp- 
ton, Va.) are similar players on many counts, giving the Terps 
speed, precise route-running and good hands. Either or both 
could blossom into the type of receiver Friedgen and staff are 
looking for Onnie Onwuemene (Silver Spring. Md.) has 
shown athleticism that will at least have him continuing to 
flourish on special teams, while incoming freshman Vernon 
Davis (Washington, D.C.) is a high school AllAmencan with 
outstanding speed ( 1 0.7 in the I OOmeters) and size (6-4. 225). 
Davis will likely see time at a number of different spots to best 
utilize his skills. 

Sophomore Jo Jo Walker (Can'ollton, Texas) finished 
last season looking better and better with each practice and 
continued his improvement in the off-season. He is as quick 
as any player on the team and replaces Suter atop the depth 
chart as the teams slot receiver Adding to the depth and tal- 
ent at the slot is Rich Parson (Newark, Del.), another light- 
ning-quick player who can get down the field. 

Overall, it is a group from which the offense can draw 
any number of players. The hope is that a few will step up 
and give the team a threat that will keep opposing safeties 
from creeping in. 

'Our wide receivers are a pretty experienced group and, 
to me, should be one of the strengths of our team,' said 
Friedgen. "We have a good mix of players v^o have game 
expenence and some young, talented players. W seem to 
make the tougher plays as opposed to the easy ones some- 
times, but if we can get more consistency there - like at quar- 
terback - 1 think we will see our offense make quantum leaps' 



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TaillMicks 

Wo. Name 


Pos. 


Hqt Wgt 


a-exp 


-N 


1 BnxePenv 


# 


5-9 203 


Sr.-3V 




8 Mano Merrills 


TB 


5-/0 198 


So.-IV 




20 JP^ Humber 


7B 


5-11 213 


Fr-RS 




29 Sam Maldonado 


7B 


&0 231 


Jr.-RS 




3lldl LjrKeSall 


TB 


5-9 220 


Fr.-HS 




33 JoshAJIen 


7B 


5-11 206 


So-IV 












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Numbers will not be an issue at wide receiver in 2003 
The Terrapins have upwards of 1 receivers likely to earn sig- 
nificant playing time. The big question is who will make trie 
next step and give the team a consistent big-play thieat. 

On one side, seniors Latrez Harrison (Atlanta, Ga.) and 
Jafar Williams (Philadelphia, Pa.) give the team a pair of start- 
in9<aliber playem. Both have outstanding size (6-3, 225 and 
6-2,212, respectively) and txjth have shown fiasfies of big play 
capability. Hamson is probably the teams best blocking receiver 
and should be improved over last year - his first playing ttie 

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Wide Receivers 

No. Name Pos. Hqt Wqt 


a-exp 


4 


Latrez Harrisor) 


m 


6-3 225 


Sr-3V 


9 


Jo Jo W^er 


m 


5-W 162 


S0.-IV 


18 


Maurice Shai*s 


m 


6A 195 


Jr.-IV 


19 


Ja^\mams 


IM? 


6-2 212 


Sr.-3V 


22 


ISchParson 


IM? 


5-10 182 


Jr.-2V 


34 


Steve Suter 


m 


5-9 191 


Jr.-IV 


80 


Ome OmvuemeneWR 


60 188 


Jr.-IV 


81 


Paschal Abiamiri 


m 


6-2 188 


Fr-RS 


83 


Derrick Fermer 


m 


5-11 194 


So-IV 


SSIdl 


TomAuQustvn 


wn 


60 197 


S0.4S 


85ldj 


DanMelefrde! 


WR 


6-2 176 


So-IV 


87 


Vernon D^ris 


WR 


64 225 


Fr.-HS 


89 


Dre^ V.'t'tt--?^ 


WR 


64 200 


Fr-HS 










J 



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TI9HT GRDS 

Though the roster has not had any new faces added in 
regards to the tight-end position, changes are expected in 
terms of the looks the Terrapins will be able to give this sea- 
son based on moves made with personnel already on the 
roster at Maryland, 

There are no changes at the top of the depth chart, 
however, as Jeff Dugan (Allison Park, Pa,) returns for his 
fourth and final year as a starter Dugan is a throwback, bring- 
ing total effort: in games, practice and the off-season. He is 
one of the best blocking tight ends in the country and worked 
this past off-season in improving his ability to get downfield. 
An honorable mention AII-ACC pick last year, Dugan is one of 
the true leaders on this year's team, 

"Whatever you ask Jeff (Dugan) to do, he does," said 
Friedgen, "Just a heck of a kid and I feel very privileged to 
have the opport:unity to coach this guy He punches the clock 
every day never complains, and just goes out and gets it 
done." 

Third-year tight end Derek Miller (Carlisle, Pa.) is a big 
target at 6-8 and gives the offense another good blocker 
Miller broke his leg in the Peach Bowl, but was able to return 
in the spring, furt:hering the chances that he, too, will be 
improved in the receiving department in '03. 

The big change, however, will likely come from a con- 
verted wide receiver as Rob Abiamiri (Randallstown, Md.| 
was very impressive in the role of a "posse" or pass<atching 
tight end in the off-season. A player who opened fall camp 
two years ago atop the depth chart at wide receiver, Abiamiri 
is healthy for the first time since then and will give the Terps 
a new look, especially in the four-wide set. 

Two other players who look to factor in are second- 
year players Brad Schell (Spencerville, Md.) and Darren 
Sanders (Pomfret, Md.)as well as wide receiver Vernon Davis, 
who also has the size to get a look in the "posse" role. 

"I think Jeff Dugan is one of the better tight ends in the 
country and the best blocking tight end in the ACC and has 
been for a couple of years now," said Friedgen. I don't know 
when people are going to start recognizing how good a foot- 
ball player he is. Derek Miller came back from his injury pretty 
well in the spnng and is a player to watch down the road for 
us. The use of Rob Abiamiri and possibly Vernon Davis at this 
position should give us an added dimension." 



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Tight Ends 

No. Name 


Pos. 


Hgt Wgt 


a.-Exp 


3 Rob Abiamiri 


TE 


6-3 231 


Jr.-SQ 


82 JeffDupan 


TE 


6-4 256 


Sr.-3V 


84 Derek Miller 


TE 


6-8 262 


So.-IV 


86 Brad Schell 


TE 


6-5 242 


Fr.-RS 


92 Darren Sanders 


TE 


6-4 247 


Fr.-RS 








Lamar Bryant 



struggled early with injuries and inconsistency He finished 
the year however, playing his best football and the hope is 
that he will build off that momentum. Schmitt had the sec- 
ond-highest composite grade of any lineman last year and 
the highest of any player who played more than 1 50 
plays. Working behind him will be versatile se- 
nior Ed Tyler (Franklinville, N.J.) - who will 
sen/e as the backup at three positions - 
and second-year player Ryan 
McDonald (Hagerstown, Md,) 

Maryland's guards are 
one of the strengths of the 
team heading into fall 
camp. Senior Lamar 
Bryant (Clinton, Md.) 
IS the starter on the 
nght side and is 
coming off a sea- 
son in which he 
earned second team AII-ACC 
honors. Bryant posted the high- 
est strength numbers ever 
bya Maryland lineman 
this past off-season 
and excels at 
pulling 
Bryant will 
be backed^ 
up by a'i'___^^ 
player whose' 

attributes are very similar in sophomore Akil Patterson 
(Frederick, Md.). Patterson is another strong guard with good 
feet who will be working to overcome an injured knee at the 
start of camp, but is expected to be ready to go. 

On the left side, junior C.J. Brooks (Rex, Ga.) enters 
his second season as a starter at guard and third as a starter 
overall. Brooks is a tenacious blocker and has all the intan- 
gibles important to have in a top-flight lineman. An honor- 
able mention AII-ACC performer last year, he led the team 
with 53 pancake blocks while helping pave the way for the 
league's second-rated rushing offense, Tyler will back up 
Brooks, but as mentioned before, can play either guard spot 
or center Russell Bonham (Winston-Salem, N.C.) is a vi- 
able option if needed and has had the highest strength gams 
of any Maryland player over the last two years. His role will 
be as much preparation for the future as any as will that of 
Donnle Woods (Dade City, Fla.), a highly-<]ecorated incom- 
ing freshman. 

At tackle, senior Eric Dumas (Atlanta, Ga.) shifts to the 
nght side - Scott McBriens blind side - to replace the de- 
parted Crawford as the starter. Dumas is athletic (33 1 /4-inch 
vertical jump) with good size and long arms. He will be backed 
up by junior Lou Lombardo (Baltimore, Md.), a starting- 
caliber player who enters this year in the best shape of his 
career 

On the left side, true sophomore Stephon Heyer 
(Lawrenceville, Ga.) gets the opportunity to start after sur- 
prising coaches with his talent and knowledge of the game 
a year ago. Like Dumas, Heyer has long arms and is stronger 
than a year ago after a year in the weight room. Last season, 
he was called for just two penalties in 1 78 plays. Former 
tight end Ryan Flynn (Youngstown, Ohio) bulked up in the 
off-season and moves in as Hewer's backup at tackle He per- 
formed well in the spring and will likely be battling new- 
comer Brandon Nixon (Pottstown, Pa.) for playing time 
this season, Nixon (6-6, 325) was highly recruited as a prep 
and could be a player to watch in coming years. 



'The center position is going to be a big part of 
how successful we are as an offensive line," said 
Friedgen. "In Brooks and Bryant, I think we 
have two of the better guards in the country, 
and we are in pretty good shape at tackle with 
the return of Heyer and Dumas. Overall, I 
think it will be a solid offensive line and 
one thing we will look for is for some 
of our younger players to get to the 
point where our depth and talent is 
where we want It to be." 



r 

Offensive Line 

No. Name Pos. 


Hgt Wgt 


Cl.-Exp 


55 


Robert Jenkins 


C 


6-2 


300 


Jr.-TR 


58 


Brandon Nixon 


OT 


6-6 


325 


Fr.-HS 


60 


Mil Patterson 


OG 


6-3 


290 


So.-IV 


61 


Ed Tyler 


C/OG 


6-3 


309 


Sr.-IV 


63 


Andrew Crummey 


00 


6-5 


274 


Fr.-HS 


65 


Matt Powell 


OG 


&4 


330 


So.-IV 


66 


Garrick CIiq 


00 


6-4 


295 


Fr.-HS 


67 


Mike Steele 


OT 


6-5 


308 


So.-SQ 


68 


Rvan McDonald 


C 


6-2 


282 


So.-SQ 


69 


Donnie Woods 


00 


6-4 


283 


Fr.-HS 


70 


Steption Heyer 


OT 


6-6 


297 


So.-IV 


71 


Brock Choate 


OT 


6-6 


275 


Fr.-HS 


72 


Kyle Schmitt 


C 


6-5 


300 


Jr.-2V 


73 


Lamar Bryant 


OG 


6-3 


318 


Sr.-3V 


74 


CJ. Brooks 


OG 


6-6 


316 


Jr.-2V 


75 


Eric Dumas 


OT 


6-6 


314 


Sr.-3V 


77 


Russell Bonham 


OG 


6-4 


308 


So.-IV 


78 


Ryan Flynn 


OT 


6-4 


272 


Jr.-lV 


79 


Lou Lombardo 


OT 


6-6 


300 


Jr.-2V 


J 



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DFFensive Line 

When a unit loses a pair of first team all-league players 
- as Maryland has this year with the graduation of center 
Todd Wike and tackle Matt Cravi^ord - the assumption is that 
it IS time to rebuild. In the case of this year's team, though, 
the losses don't seem to sting quite as much. 

Last season, Wike was asked to move to center from his 
natural position at guard, as the team looked to replace an- 
other AII-ACC performer from the year before in Melvin Fowler 
This year, junior Kyle Schmitt (Latrobe, Pa.) heads into the 
season as the starter, and his success will play a big role in the 
success of the team. Schmitt began last year as the starter but 

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When a team posts back-to-back seasons in which it 
allowed opponents less than 20 points per game, it is some- 
thing special. When that team comes back in year three and 
returns what is probably the most talented group it has had 
in all of those three seasons, it is time to take notice. 

And that is exactly what stands in front of Terrapin op- 
ponents in 2003. Gary Blackneyi defense will again dis- 
play Its hard-charging style, but this time with nine starters 
returning from a year ago and a host of players who are 
more experienced and ready to take it to the next level. 

The defensive line is deeper, the linebacking corps has 
few questions, and the defensive backfield is one of the best 
in the nation while returning all four starters. The question 
that will be asked over and over is, "How do the Terrapins 
replace E.J Henderson?" While the answer to that question 
IS - as It often is with great players - "you dont,' Maryland 
still looks to have one of the best defensive units it has had in 
Ralph Fnedgeni tenure. 

"We have to stay healthy of course, but with that said, 
I think we have a chance to have a very good defense,' said 
Friedgen. "We have a lot of kids who can play right now 
whether it is in the secondary or at linebacker What we as 
coaches have to do is worry about getting the best players 
on the field. But I think that is a problem any coach will take.' 






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DCFGnsivG Line 

In each of the last two seasons, the Terps have entered 
the season with the understanding that the defensive line is 
in good shape, as long as injuries don't become an Issue. 
Year one saw the team escape injury-free Last year, the team 
wasn I so lucky, but in the end, Dave Sollazzoi group held 
It together and posted another strong season. Heading into 
2003, the unit manning the trenches is deeper and more 
talented. 

Junior defensive tackle Randy Starks (Waldorf, (VId,) 
headlines a unit that is one of the keys to Blackneys defense. 
Starks is the strongest player on the team (the second-stron- 
gest pound-for-pound) and has an outstanding first step A 
second team AII-ACC performer who posted 93 tackles, 1 2,5 
tackles for loss and 6.5 sacks in his first year as a starter, he is 
a legitimate candidate for major postseason awards and the 
anchor for the line. 

Starks will be backed up by newcomer Robert 
Armstrong (Arlington, Va, |, a first-year player who impressed 
with his work in his first spring camp. Like Starks, Armstrong 
moves well for his size and simply needs to work on his tech- 
nique and consistency He will be challenged for playing time 
by second-year player Dave Quaintance (Philadelphia 
Pa. I and incoming freshman Conrad Bolston . , 
(Burtonsville, Md,|. A^ 

At nose tackle, a healthy CJ. Feldheim (Here- U 
ford, Md.| will be a welcome sight to the Terrapin de- ^ ' 
fensive front this year Feldheim was having the 
finest season of his career last year before tear- 
ing his antenor cruciate ligament in his 
right knee on the first play of 
the Duke game. He still 
managed to put up 
career highs in tackles 

(36) and TFLs (5,5) before missing the final six 
games of the season. 

Backing up Feldheim will be a trio of 
players headed by sophomore Justin 
Ouffie (Gaithersburg, Md). The former la- 
crosse player-tunned walk-on-turned Peach 
Bowl starter missed most of the off-season 
due to injury but should be healthy for the fall 
and gives the line another run stopper with a nice 
upside Battling Duffie for playing time will be senior 
Tosin Abarj (IVIt. Rainier Md.| and junior Henry Scott 
(Baltimore, Md), both steady performers with expenence. 

The lone lost starter fi-om the defensive line - and 
one of just two for the defense - was end Durrand Roundtree, 
leaving an opportunity for playing time. Initial indications are 
that senior Scott Smith (Philadelphia, Pa.| has taken over the 
role Though not as strong as his predecessor. Smith is a pow- 
erful player with good pass-rushing skills and enters this sea- 
son in the best condition of his career 

TTie race for playing time behind Smith is wide open head- 
ing into fall camp. Senior Landon Jones (Manon, Ohio) and 
junior Kevin Eli (Deptford, IMJ.) both earned quality expen- 
ence a year ago, while newcomer Bolston is also a possibility. 

"Our numbers are better on the defensive line than 
they have since I have been here. But we could still improve 
our depth, and I am hoping that guys like Armstrong and 
Duffie can help us in that area,' said Fnedgen, "We will ex- 
pea big things from Randy Starks and C J. Feldheim and they 
have both delivered for us in the past. We will have a new 
starter at end, which is always a concern, but Scott Smith 
played well in the spring and hopefully he can make his last 
season his finest.' 

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Dcf«nsiv« Line 

No. Name Pos. 


Hgt WQt 


CI.Exp 


•it 


Kevin Ell 


DE 


M 


268 


Jr.-IV 


54 


Scott Smith 


DE 


64 


264 


Sr.-3V 


57 


Randy Starks 


DT 


6-4 


312 


Jr.-2V 


64 


Justin Duffie 


NT 


6-2 


286 


So.-IV 


7b 


Henry Scott 


NT 


6-1 


280 


Jr.-SO 


88 


Dave Quaintance 


DT 


6-5 


270 


Fr.-RS 


90 


PMnck Powell 


DE 


(M 


250 


Fr.-HS 


91 


Robert Armstrong^ 


DT 


(W 


295 


Fr.-HS 


93 


Daman Bryan 


DT 


5-;; 


274 


Jr.-SO 


95 


Conrad Bolston 


DT 


64 


267 


Fr.-HS 


96 


CJ. Feldheim 


NT 


6-3 


291 


Sr.-3V 


97 


Tosin Abari 


NT 


60 


269 


Sr.-IV 


99 


Landon Jones 


DE 


64 


256 


Sr.-2V 





LineBacKGR 

The first question when mentioning the Maryland 

linebacking corps will likely have something to do with the 

loss of E,J, Henderson, The Terrapins first-ever Butkus and 

Bednarik awards winner will surely be missed in 2003. but a 

spcond look shows that every player returns who sur- 

lounded Henderson a year ago. 

When preseason camp commences, the player 
slated to fill the two-time ACC Defensive Player of 
the Year's spot in the middle is taje sopho- 
more D'Qwell Jacltson (Largo, Fla). 
Though Jackson could likely not fill 
Henderson^ shoes literally (he gives 
away 30 or so pounds to the former 
Terp), the attributes he brings suggest 
he may be able to fill his shoes, figu- 
ratively speaking, Uke Henderson, 
Jackson is a quiet player who lets 
his play do the talking. He has 
a nose for the ball and is a solid 
tackier but probably gets from 
sideline-to-sideline quicker 
than Henderson. He played in 
all 1 4 games last year, finishing 
with 5 1 tackles while posting his 
season-high of 1 2 in the opener 
against IMotre Dame when called 
on to replace Henderson, 

There will be competi- 
tion for the 'Mike' spot as 
^ redshirt freshman Reggie 
, Holmes (Bowie, Md ) and 
J incoming fi-eshman Wesley 
Jefferson (Clinton, Md I 
» will also be in the mix 
Holmes has improved 
his physical condition 
since last year, while 
Jefferson was the consen- 
sus top-rated middle lln^ 
backer in the nation as 
a prep last year 
Last years 

leading returning tackier is senior Leon Joe (Clinton, Md), 
an athletic linebacker who will likely have more eyes upon 
him this season. Joe runs well and spends a lot of time in the 
oppositions tMCkfield while remaining, pound-for-pound, one 
of the sti'ongest players on the team. He had a career-^igh 
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athletic players in senior Andrew Henley (Riverdale, Md,. 
and redshirt freshman David Holloway (Stephentown, N,Y), '■ 
Henley may be the team's most versatile linebacker as he 
could also see time In the middle if needed, while Holloway 
IS a hard-working player who had his moments as a member 
of the scout team last year 

At strong-side ("Sam") linebacker Is another senior starter 
returning to the defense in Leroy Ambush (Fredenck. Md,), 
Ambush has been a steady performer for the last two years, 
making him the perfect complement to sophomore William 
Kershaw (Raeford, NC), a talented, athletic second-year 
player who enters the season behind Ambush on the depth 
chart. Along with D'Qwell Jackson, Kershaw was one of two 
true freshmen who looked good immediately last year As 
mentioned previously, another player who will likely be back 
at "Sam" after working on the other side of the ball is sopho- 
more Ricardo Dickerson (Hyattsville, Md). Dickerson gives 
the Terps their third proven player at the position and more 
competition than most positions on the team. 

One of the few spots on the defense that will see intense 
competition for the starting job is the "LEO" position (an acro- 
nym for Linebacker/End Option). Junior Jamahl Cochran 
(Morristown, N.J.) is the incumbent after having the best sea- 
son of his career last year Cochran is a working<lass player 
who IS solid against the run and improved his pass-rushing 
skills last year His experience bodes well at the position that is 
described as the most complicated on the defense based on 
the number of reads a player must go through. His competi- 
tion, true sophomore Shawne lUerriman (Upper Mariboro, 
Md.), will give the team a boost whether as the starter or off 
the bench as he did a year ago (49 tackles, six TFLs, five sacks, 
five PBUs). By all accounts, Mernman is a hiture star at Mary- 
land, combining athletic prowess on an ideal frame (6-3, 246) 
with a motor that wont quit. Either way the Terps can't go 
wrong with this duo competing. 

Also working at "LEO" will be starting long-snapper Jon 
Condo (Philipsburg, Pa.) and first-year players Jermaine 
Lemons (Tampa, Fla.) and Omarr Savage (Piscataway, NJ.j, 

"We will obviously miss E.J (Henderson), but we get 
better and better each year at linebacker' said Fnedgen, "We 
are getting a lot of kids who can run and tackle, and, whereas 
a year ago we didnt have a lot of depth, now we do with 
the linebackers who turned out ft'om last years class and the 
ones we have in this year's class. We know it is a necessity to 
have a lot of linebackers in a 3-4 defense, and I feel like we 
are getting where we want to be in that regard ' 



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Linebackers 

No. Name Pos. 


H^t Wot 


> 

a^xp 


5 


Ricardo Dickerson 


SLB 


6-3 


238 


So.-IV 


24 


LeroyAmtMSh 


SIS 


6-1 


231 


Sr-3V 


32 


Leon Joe 


WW 


6-1 


225 


Sr.-3V 


35 (dl 


Michael Miller 


MIS 


64) 


230 


Fr.-RS 


35ldl 


Wesley Jefferson 


MLB 


6-2 


231 


Fr.-HS 


36 td} 


David Holkway 


WIS 


64 


214 


Fr.-RS 


43 


Omarr Savaoe 


LEO 


M 


235 


Fr.-HS 


44ldl 


Jens Smith 


SLB 


6-2 


236 


Fr.-RS 


45 


Shawne Mernman LEO 


6-3 


246 


So.-IV 


47 


Jon Condo 


LEO 


6-3 


238 


Jr.-2V 


48 


William KershiM 


SLB 


6-3 


232 


So.-W 


49 


JamaN Cochran 


LEO 


&0 


248 


Jr.-2V 


soldi 


Jermaine Lemons 


L£0 


6-3 


230 


Fr.-HS 


soldi 


Paul SteUacd 


Sl£ 


6-2 


228 


Fr.-RS 


51 


Andrevi/HenleY 


WLB 


5-11 


241 


Sr.-2V 


52 


D-QwelJackson 


MLB 


6-1 


222 


So-W 


53 


RemieHolmes 


MLB 


6-1 


245 


Fr.-RS 


98 


RandyEarle 


LEO 


6-3 


229 


Fr.-RS 












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DBFensiVG eacK 

One group of athletes who appear set for a breakout 
season are the Terrapin defensive backs^ Rated by The Sport- 
ing News as the I Oth-best unit in the country, this year's sec- 
ondary is both talented and deep. It returns all four starters 
from a year ago as well as players fighting for playing time 
both against them and behind them, Maryland's defensive 
style puts pressure on the opposing quarterback and, in turn, 
puts pressure on its own secondary. This year's group of backs 
may be better equipped to succeed in that environment than 
any in recent history in College Park, 

Coming off an outstanding sophomore campaign at 
field cornerback is Domonique Foxworth (Randallstown, 
Md,), a player who turned in one of the best performances 
in the ACC in his first year as a starter A first team all-league 
selection, Foxworth is a hard-working player with strong cover 
skills who finished 1 5th last year in the NCAA in passes 
defensed. His primary backups will likely be senior Reuben 
Haigler (New Cumbertand, Pa,) and redshirt freshman Chris 
Choice (Suitland, Md,), while speedy newcomer Josh Wil- 
son (Upper Marlboro, Md,) will also be seeking playing time. 
Haigler and Choice both had strong off-seasons, and the 
only thing that will keep Haigler off of the field is the fact 
that the Terps are deep and three defensive backs graduate 
this year He would surely be a future starter if given a redshirt 
this year, but that decision is often a tough one, and should 
his play be necessitated, he proved in the spring that he is 
more than up to the challenge this year 

At the boundary corner, senior Curome Cox (Arling- 
ton, Va,) IS the most experienced player on the team, having 
started 33 games heading into 2003. A crafty player who 
excels in press situations. Cox is one of four postseason hon- 
ors candidates in the secondary. Challenging Cox for play- 
ing time will be fellow senior Jamal Chance (Ephrata, Pa.), 
a player who sat out last season but did not waste the time 
by impressing coaches with his effort in the off-season. At a 
minimum. Chance will see the field in nickel and dime situa- 
tions and will be a big part of the defense whether starting 
or as a reserve. Also working on the short side of the field 
will be sophomore Gerricic McPhearson (Columbia, Md.), 
a talented player who will be working to overcome injury 
but performed well in limited duty last year 

Senior Dennard Wilson (Upper Marlboro, Md.) made 
the move from corner to strong safety last year and the move 
proved beneficial for him and the defense. Wilson was a 
steadying force in the secondary, providing a solid tackier 
(he posted a career-high 72 stops) along with an experienced 
player familiar with coverage schemes. 

"Dennard, to me, is one of the unsung heroes of our 
defense," said Friedgen. 'He is a real consistent, positive player 
and I feel like he gives a lot of confidence to our younger 
players. But if you look at who is there, play-in and play-out, 
Dennard is a guy who is there more often than not " 

Backing up Wilson is another converted corner who 
had his best year last season in senior Andrew Smith (Fort 
Meade, Md.), Smith is another player who will likely play in 
nickel and dime situations, while converted quarterback Chris 
Kelley (Germantown, Md.) is also vying for playing time in 
dime situations as well as on special teams. Kelley is a big 
hitter with a nose for the ball who impressed in the spring. 
Junior Curtis Williams (Huntington Station, N.Y) is one more 
talented player seeking playing time at strong safety. Will- 
iams makes big plays whether at safety or on special teams, 
so he too will see trie field. 

Former transfer Madieu Williams (Lanham, Md,) en- 
ters his senior season as a candidate for the Bronko Nagurski 

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and Jim Thorpe Awards, a credit to the hard-working free 
safety and a tribute to his all-around skills. He is a player with 
the size to support against the run, the speed to cover one- 
on-one and instincts which seem to have him all over the 
field. He finished fourth on the team in tackles last year while 
posting four interceptions in his first year at the Division l-A 
level. He will be backed up byjunior Raymond Custis 
(Germantown, Md.) - the strongest player, pound-for- 
pound, on the team - and Marcus Wimbush (Wash- 
ington, D,C), a big hitter who will battle for playing 
time. The depth ahead of him could be the pri- 
mary factor holding him back at this point. 

"Because of the confidence we have in the 
ability of our secondary, we will be a team that 
presses very well and that disguises defenses very 
well," said Friedgen. "We have a lot of players who 
can play In the defensive backfield, and it is 
clear that it is probably the deepest unit on 
our defense, if not our team." 



Madieu Williams jlOI 
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Defensive Backs 

No. Name Pos. Hqt Wqt 


CI.Exp 


2 


Chris Kelley 


SS 


6-2 


204 


Jr.-IV 


b 


D.Foxworth 


CB 


5-11 


169 


Jr.-2V 


W 


Madieu Williams 


FS 


6-1 


193 


Sr.-IV 


12 


Marcus Wimbush 


FS 


5-11 


203 


Fr.-RS 


13 


Dennard Wilson 


SS 


5-11 


189 


Sr.-3V 


I4ldl 


Matt Brant 


FS 


6-0 


153 


Fr.-RS 


ISIdl 


Curtis Williams 


SS 


6-2 


206 


Jr.-2V 


\7 


Reuben HalQler 


CB 


6-0 


183 


Sr.-IV 


21 


Chris Choice 


CB 


5-11 


193 


Fr.-RS 


23 


Andrew Smith Jr 


SS 


6-0 


203 


Sr.-2V 


2S 


Josh Wilson 


CB 


5-9 


176 


Fr.-HS 


26 


Raymond Custis 


FS 


5-8 


199 


Jr.-2V 


27 


Alamo Washinaton CB 


5-10 


167 


Fr.-HS 


30 


Curome Cox 


CB 


6-1 


199 


Sr.-3V 


31 (dl 


OlufemiAje 


CB 


5-10 


178 


Jr.-RS 


36ldl 


Alan Grantham 


CB 


5-9 


182 


Fr.-RS 


37 


Jamal Chance 


CB 


6-1 


203 


Sr.-IV 


38 


Oerrick McPhearson CB 


5-11 


195 


So.-IV 


^39 


D. Richmond 


FS 


6-0 


198 


Fr.-HS 




sPBGiai Teams 

The Maryland special teams saw a big improvement 
between 2001 and 2002 and the pnmary source of its im- 
provement came from being strong in all facets. In 200 1 , 
Nick Novak (Charlottesville, Va.) and Brooks Barnard formed 
the league's top kicking tandem, but the return teams 
struggled. In 2002, the kick, punt and return teams hit on all 
cylinders. 

Novak returns for his Junior season on the verge of en- 
tering several career kicking categories. He is equally adept 
at field goals and kickoffs and has hit on better than 75 per- 
cent (40-of-53) field goals in his career He finished fifth in 
the NCAA in field goals last year, was a first team AII-ACC 
selection and enters his fourth year in College Park as a vi- 
able Lou Groza Award candidate. 

Career punting leader Brooks Barnard will be missed in 
the kicking game, but redshirt freshman Adam Podlesh 
(Pittsford, N.Y) had the benefit of an entire season working 
with Barnard before having to take his first snap. He actually 
gets the ball off quicker than Barnard, and his progress will 
be key - as Barnard was - to Marylands field-position battles. 

Steve Suter went from an unknown to an All-Amenca 
selection by The Sporting News and CNNSI.com in the re- 



turn game. The speedy receiver tied an NCAA record with 
four punt-return touchdowns in a season while averaging 
24.8 yards per kick return and falling just 20 yards shy of the 
all-time NCAA record for punt-return yards in a season with 
771. He will be at it again in 2003, but will have support 
from players like Jo Jo Walker and Rich Parson, who will each 
work on kick returns while filling in for Suter on punt returns 
when needed. Walker caught the eyes of coaches with his 
work in the off-season. 

Jon Condo enters his third year as the team's long-snap- 
per a position he now seems to have made his own. He is 
quick and consistent and has been solid getting downfield 
and making the occasional tackle, Podlesh will serve as the 
teams holder with receiver Dan Melendez backing him up, 

"Last year, we returned the ball better and we covered 
the ball better," said Friedgen. "I think our kicking game is in 
good shape, but the thing I am looking for now are guys 
who want to be the hardcore special-teams players and un- 
derstand that this IS a place on our team where they can 
excel. Like everywhere else, we will put the best players on 
the field, but I am hoping we can take another step from the 
improvement we made last year and be even better in all 
phases." 



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Specialists 

No. Name 

9 Jo Jo Walker 


Pos. Hgt Wgt 

PR/KR 5-10 162 


> 

Cl.-Exp 

So-IV 


llldl Daniel Ennis 


PK 6-0 149 


Fr.-RS 


16 JoelStatham 


P 6-1 :f" 


r. or 


22 Rich Parson 


P/?/W? 5-10 /; 




34 Steve Suter 


PRfl(R 5-9 191 


Jr-IV 


36ldl Adam Podlesh 


P 5-/0 208 


Fr.-RS 


46 Nick Novak 


PK 6-0 189 


Jr.-2V 


47 Jon Condo 


IS 6-3 238 


Jr.-2V 


85 Id] Dan Melendez 


H 6-2 176 


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Offense 



4 


Ulre; Harmon 


6-3 


225 


Sr.3V 


19 


Jafar Williams 


6-2 


212 


Sr-3V 


81 


Paschal Abiamin 


6-2 


188 


fr-RS 


18 


Maurice Shanks 


M 


195 


Jr-lV 


89 


Drew Weatherly 


6-4 


200 


Fr.-HS 




Defense 



^4 Bernie fiddler 6-1 245 Sr-2V 

■10 Maurice Smith 6-0 222 Jr.-2V 
12 TimCesa 6-2 235 Fr.-HS 



70 Stephen Heyer M 297 So-IV 
78 RyanFlynn 64 272 Jr-IV 

58 Brandon Nixon 6-6 325 Fr-HS 



6 D. Foxwottti 

17 Reuben Haigler 

21 Chris Choice 

36 Alan Grantham 

25 Josh Wilson 



5-11 169 Jr-2V 

6^ 183 Sr-lV 

5-11 193 Fr-« 

5-9 182 Fr-RS 

5-9 176 Fr.-HS 



m 





54 Scott Smith 64 264 Sr-3V 

99 Landon Jones 6-4 256 Sr-2V 

41 Kevin Ell 64 268 Jr-IV 

90 Patrick Powell 6-4 250 Fr-HS 



24 l^roy Ambush 6-1 231 Sr-3V 

48 William Kershaw 6-3 232 So,-IV 

5 Ricardo Dickerson 6-3 238 So- IV 

44 Jens Smith 6-2 236 Fr-RS 



74 CJ Brooks 
61 Ed Tyler 
77 Russell Bonham 
69 Donnie Woods 
Garrick Clig 



66 



6-6 316 Jr-2V X,_/^ 

6-3 309 Sr-IV 

64 308 Sa-IV 

6-5 283 Fr-HS 

64 295 Frjl 



OR 



7 Scon McBnen 

1 1 Orlando Evans 

16 JoelStatham 

14 Sam Hollenbach 

15 Ryan Mitch 



6-0 181 Sr-lV 

6-0 191 Sr-lV 

6-1 207 Fr-RS 

6-5 221 Fr-RS 

6-3 201 Fr-HS 





50 Paul Stellacci 



^^ 50 Paul ! 



6-2 228 Fr-RS 




72 Kyle Schmitt 

61 Ed Tyler 

68 Ryan McDonald 

55 Robert Jenkins 



96 CJ. Feldheim 
64 Justin Duffie 

97 Tosin Aban 
76 Henry Scon 



6-5 300 Jr-2V 

6-3 309 Sr-lV 

6-2 282 So-so 

6-2 300 Jr-TR 





6-3 291 Sr.-3V 

6-2 286 So.-lV 

60 269 Sr.-lV 

6-1 280 Jr.-SO 



13 Dennard Wilson 5-11 189 Sr-3V 

23 Andrew Smith Jr bO 203 Sr-2V 

2 Chris Kelley 6-2 204 Jr-IV 

15 Cuns WilliarTB ^6-2 206 Jr-2V 




57 Randy Starks 
91 Rob Armstrong 



64 312 Jr-2V 
64 295 Fr-HS 



Dave Quaintance 6-5 270 Fr-RS 



73 Lamar Bryant 6-3 318 Sr-3V 

60 AkilPanerson 6-3 290 So.-lV 

65 Man Powell 64 330 So-IV 

63 Andrew Crummey 6-5 274^r-HS 



Davian Bryan 
Randy Earle 
Conrad Bolston 



OR 



1 


Bhjce Perry 


5-9 


203 


Sr-3V 


33 


Josh Allen 


5-11 


206 


So-IV 


29 


Sam Maldonado 


60 


231 


Jr-RS 


8 


Mano Memlls 


5-10 


198 


So.-lV 


20 


J,P Number 


5-11 


213 


Fr-RS 


31 


Lance Ball 


5-9 


220 


Fr.-HS 




5-11 274 Jr-SO 
6-3 229 Fr-RS 
64 267 Fr-HS 



52 DOwell Jackson 6-1 222 So-IV 

53 Reggie Holmes 6-1 245 Fr-RS 
35 Michael Miller &0 230 Fr-RS 
35 Wesley Jefferson 6-2 231 Fr-HS 





75 Eric Dumas 6-6 314 Sr-3V 

79 LouLombardo 6-6 300 Jr-2V 

67 Mike Steele 6-5 308 So.-SO 

71 Brock Choate 64 275 Fr.-HS 



9 Jo Jo Walker 
22 Rich Parson 
85 Tom Augustyn 



5-10 162 So-IV 
5-10 182 Jr-2V 
60 197 So.-RS 




Jamahl Cochran 60 248 Jr-2V 

ShawneMemman 6-3 246 So-IV 

JonCondo 6-3 238 Jr-2V 

Omarr Savage 64 235 Fr-HS 

Jermaine Lemons 6-3 230 Fr.-HS 



10 


Madieu Williams 


6-1 


193 


Sr-lV 


26 


Raymond Cusbs 


5^ 


194 


Jr-2V 


12 


Marcus Wimbush 


5-11 


203 


Fr-fiS 


39 


D. Richmond 


60 


198 


Fr-HS 


14 


Man Brant ^ 


60 


153 


Fr-RS 




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32 Leon Joe 6-1 225 Sr.-3V 

51 Andrew Henley 5-11 241 Sr.-2V 
36 David Holloway 64 214 Fr-RS 




82 


JeffDugan 


64 


256 


Sr-3V 


84 


Derek Miller 


6^ 


262 


So-IV 


3 


Rob Abiamin 


6-3 


231 


Jr-SO 


86 


Brad Schdl 


6-5 


242 


Fr-RS 


92 


Darren Sanders 


64 


247 


Fr-RS 









34 

85 
83 
80 

37 


Steve Surer 5-9 
Dan Mdendez 6-2 
Derrick Fenner 5-1 1 
Onnie Onwuemene 60 

Vernon D?\i! M 


191 Jr-IV 
176 So-IV 
194 So.-lV 
188 Jr.- IV 
225 Fr-HS 


i 












30 
37 
38 
31 

27 


Curome Cox 6-1 
Jamal Chance 6-1 
Gernck McPhearson 5-11 
OMemiAje 5-10 
Alanzo Washington 5-10 


199 Sf.-3V -f 
203 Sf-lV ^ 

195 So-IV M 
178 Jr-RS '^ 
167 Fr. -HS ^ 


n 


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PK 

' 1 Ciawie. Ennis 


60 
60 


189 
149 


P 

Jr-2V 36 AdamPodlesh 
Fr-RS 16 JoelStatham 


5-10 208 
6-1 207 


Fr-RS 
Fr-RS 


LS 

47 JonCondo 


6-3 


238 


S0-2V 


H 

36 
85 


AdamPodesh 5-10 208 Fr-RS 
DanMetendez 6-2 176 So-IV 


KR/PR 

34 SieveSuter 
9 JoJoWafter 
22 RichPanon 


5-9 191 
5-10 162 
5-10 182 


Jr.-lV 
So-IV 
Jr.-2V 



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No. 


Name 


Po$. 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Exp. 


Hometown (High School/Ust School! 


97 


Tosin Abari 


NT 


6-0 


269 


Sr 


IV 


Mt, Rainier, Md (Good Counsel HSj 


81 


Paschal Abiamiri 


WR 


6-2 


188 


Fr. 


RS 


Randallstown, Md. (Mount St, Joseph HSl 


3 


Rob Abiamiri 


TE 


6-3 


231 


Jr. 


SO 


Randallstown, Md, (Mount St, Joseph HSl 


31 (d| 


OlufemI Aje 


DB 


5-10 


178 


Jr. 


RS 


Silver Sprinq, Md, (Sprinqbrook HSl 


33 


Josh Allen 


TB 


5-11 


206 


So. 


IV 


Bladensburq, Md, (Eleanor Roosevelt HSl 


24 


'** Lerov Ambush 


LB 


6-1 


231 


Sr. 


3V 


Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson HSl 


91 


Rob Armstronq 


DT 


64 


295 


Fr. 


HS 


Ariinqton, Va, (Washinqton-Lee HS/Fork Union Militaryl 


85 (d| 


Tom Auqustvn 


WR 


6-0 


197 


So. 


RS 


Fairfax, Va. (Robinson HSl 


31 (d| 


Lance Ball 


TB 


5-9 


220 


Fr. 


HS 


Teaneck, NJ, (Teaneck HSl 


95 


Conrad Bolston 


DT 


6-4 


267 


Fr. 


HS 


Burtonsville, Md. (St, John's Colleqe HSl 


77 


' Russell Bonham 


OG 


6-4 


308 


So. 


IV 


Winston-Salem, NC, (Carver HSl 


14 (d| 


Matt Brant 


FS 


6-0 


153 


Fr. 


RS 


Chevy Chase, Md, (Gonzaqa Colleqe HSl 


74 


** CJ. Brooks 


OG 


6-6 


316 


Jr. 


2V 


Rex, Ga, (Morrow HSl 


93 


Davian Bryan 


DT 


5-11 


274 


Jr. 


SO 


Hyattsville, Md, (Northwestern HSj 


73 


*** Lamar Bryant 


OG 


6-3 


318 


Sr 


3V 


Clinton, Md, (Crossland HSl 


42 


Tim Cesa 


FB 


6-2 


235 


Fr. 


HS 


Kennesaw, Ga, (Harrison HSl 


37 


* Jamal Chance 


CB 


6-1 


203 


Sr 


IV 


Ephrata, Pa, (Ephrata HS/Lackawanna JCI 


71 


Brock Choate 


OT 


6-6 


275 


Fr, 


HS 


Montoursville, Pa, (Loyalsock Township HSl 


21 


Chris Choice 


CB 


5-11 


193 


Fr. 


RS 


Suitland, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 


66 


Garrick Cliq 


OG 


64 


295 


Fr. 


HS 


Port Oranqe, Fla, (Spruce Creek HSl 


49 


** Jamahl Cochran 


LEO 


6-0 


248 


Jr. 


2V 


Morristown, N,J, (Morristown HS) 


47 


** JonCondo 


LEO 


6-3 


238 


Jr. 


2V 


Philipsburq, Pa, (Philipsburq-Osceola HSj 


30 


•** CuromeCox 


CB 


6-1 


199 


Sr. 


3V 


Ariinqton, Va, (Gonzaqa Colleqe HSj 


63 


Andrew Crummey 


C/OG 


6-5 


274 


Fr 


HS 


Van Wert, Ohio (Van Wert HSl 


26 


** Raymond Custis 


FS 


5-8 


194 


Jr. 


2V 


Germantown, Md. (Northwest HSl 


87 


Vernon Davis 


WR 


64 


225 


Fr. 


HS 


Washinqton, D.C, (Dunbar HSl 


5 


* Ricardo Dickerson 


LB 


6-3 


238 


So. 


IV 


Hyattsville, Md, (Northwestern HSl 


64 


* Justin Duffle 


NT 


6-2 


286 


So. 


IV 


Gaithersburq, Md, (Landon HSj 


82 


*** JeffDuqan 


TE 


64 


256 


Sr 


3V 


Allison Park, Pa, (Centra( Catholic HSl 


75 


*** Eric Dumas 


OT 


6-6 


314 


Sr. 


3V 


Atlanta, Ga. (Benjamin Mays HSl 


98 


Randy Earle 


LB 


6-3 


229 


Fr. 


RS 


North Massapequa, N.Y. (Farminqdale HSl 


41 


* Keyin Eli 


DE 


64 


268 


Jr. 


IV 


Deptford, NJ. (Deptford HSl 


n|d| 


Daniel Ennis 


PK 


6-0 


149 


Fr. 


RS 


Sykesville, Md. (Glenelq HSl 


ll|d| 


Oriando Evans 


QB 


6-0 


191 


Sr. 


IV 


Stockton, Calif. (Brookside Christian/CCSFI 


96 


*♦' CJ. Feldheim 


NT 


6-3 


291 


Sr. 


3V 


Hereford, Md, (Hereford HSl 


83 


Derrick Fenner 


WR 


5-11 


194 


So. 


IV 


Hampton, Va, (Hampton HS| 


44|d| 


** Bernie Fiddler 


FB 


6-1 


245 


Sr. 


2V 


Swedesboro, N,J, (Kinqsway HS| 


78 


* Ryan Flynn 


OT 


64 


272 


Jr. 


IV 


Younqstown, Ohio (Cardinal Mooney HSl 


6 


** Domonique Foxworth 


CB 


5-11 


169 


Jr. 


2V 


Randallstown, Md. (Western Tech HSl 


36 


Alan Grantham 


CB 


5-9 


182 


Fr. 


RS 


Norristown, Pa. INorristown HSl 


17 


* Reuben Haiqier 


CB 


6-0 


183 


Sr. 


IV 


New Cumberland, Pa. (Cedar Cliff HS/Lackawanna JCI 


4 


*** Latrez Harrison 


WR 


6-3 


225 


Sr. 


3V 


Atlanta, Ga (Booker J. Washinqton HSl 


51 


** Andrew Henley 


LB 


5-11 


241 


Sr. 


2V 


Riverdale, Md (DeMatha HSj 


70 


Stephon Heyer 


OT 


6-6 


297 


So. 


IV 


Lawrenceville, Ga, (Brookwood HS) 


14 (d| 


Sam Hollenbach 


QB 


6-5 


221 


Fr. 


RS 


Sellersville, Pa, (Pennridqe HSl 


36|d| 


David Holloway 


LB 


64 


214 


Fr. 


RS 


Stephentown, N.Y (Albany Academvl 


53 


Reqqie Holmes 


LB 


6-1 


245 


Fr. 


RS 


Bowie, Md. (Bowie HSl 


20 


J.P Number 


TB 


5-11 


213 


Fr. 


RS 


Lakeland, Fla, (Georqe Jenkins HSl 


52 


* D'Qwell Jackson 


LB 


6-1 


222 


So. 


IV 


Larqo, Fla, (Seminole HSl 


35 (dl 


Wesley Jefferson 


LB 


6-2 


231 


Fr. 


HS 


Clinton, Md, (Gwynn Park HSl 


55 


Robert Jenkins 


C 


6-2 


300 


Jr. 


TR 


Bronx, NY (Milford (ConnI Academy/Nassau CCI 


32 


•*• Leon Joe 


LB 


6-1 


225 


Sr. 


3V 


Clinton, Md, (Fnendly HSl 


99 


** Landon Jones 


DE 


54 


256 


Sr. 


2V 


Marion, Ohio (Hardinq HSl 


2 


* Chns Kelley 


SS 


6-2 


204 


Jr. 


IV 


Germantown, Md, (Seneca Valley HS) 


48 


* William Kershaw 


LB 


6-3 


232 


So. 


IV 


Raeford,N,C, (Hoke County HSl 


50 (d| 


Jermaine Lemons 


LB 


6-3 


230 


Fr. 


HS 


Tampa, Fla, (Thomas Jefferson HSl 


79 


'• Lou Lombardo 


OT 


6^ 


300 


Jr. 


2V 


Baltimore, Md (Calvert Hall HSl 


29 


Sam Maldonado 


TB 


6^ 


231 


Jr. 


RS 


Harrison, NY (Harrison HS/Ohio State! 


7 


Scott H/lcBrien 


OB 


6-0 


181 


Sr. 


IV 


Rockville, Md, (DeMatha HSAVest Virqinia! 


68 


Ryan McDonald 


C 


6-2 


282 


So. 


SO 


Haqerstown, Md, (Williamsport HS/Concord Colleoel 


38 


Gerrick McPhearson 


CB 


5-11 


195 


So. 


IV 


Columbia. Md. (Howard HS) 



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2003 SBasan aunaoK 



No. 



Name 

Dan Melendez 



Pos. 



Hgt 



Wgt 



WR 



6-2 



176 



CI. 

So 





• Mario Merrills 


TB 


5-10 


198 


So 


IV 


ColumbM, Md (Wilde Lalce HS| 


45 


• Shawne Merriman 


LEO 


6-3 


246 


So. 


IV 


Upper Marlboro, Md (Frederick Douglass HS, 


84 


• Derek Miller 


TE 


5-8 


262 


So. 


IV 


Carlisle, Pa. (Boilinq Springs HS) 



35JdJ_ 
liM. 

58 

46 



Michael Miller 
Ryan Mitch 



LB 



6-0 



230 



Fr. 



Exp. 

IV 
IV 
IV 
IV 
RS 



Hometown (High School/Last School) 

Lancaster, Pa jJ.P McCaskey HS) 



At)erdeen , Md. (Aberdeen HSJ 



QB 



5-3 



201 



Fr. 



HS 



McLean, Va. ID eM atha HS| 



Brandon Nixon 



OT 



5-6 



325 



Fr. 



HS 



Pottstown, Pa. IPott stown HSI 



80_ 
22 



60 



Nick Novak 



PK 



6-0 



189 



Jr. 



2V 



Charlottesville, Va. (Albemarle HSI 



Onnie Onwuemene 



WR 



6-0 



188 



IV 



Silver Spring, Md. (Good Counsel HS/Fr 



Rich Parson 
Akil Patterson 



WR 



5-10 



182 



Jr. 



2V 



Newark, Del. (Newark Aca demy ) 



OG 



5-3 



290 



So. 



IV 



Fred eric k, Md, (Frederick HSJ_ 



36JdL 



Bruce Perty 

Adam Podlesh 



TB 



5-9 



203 



3V 



5-10 



208 



RS 



Philadelphia, Pa. (George W ashin gton HS ) 



Pitisford, N.Y. (Pittsford Sutherland HSI 



55 


Matt Powell 


OG 


6-4 


330 


So. 


IV 


Ft. Washington, Md. (Oxon Hill HSI 


90 


Patrick Powell 


DE 


64 


250 


Fr 


HS 


Richmond, Va. (L.C. Bird HS) 


88 


Dave Quaintance 


DT 


6-5 


270 


Fr. 


RS 


Philadelphia, Pa. (Archbishop Ryan HS) 


39(d) 


Domonique Richmond 


FS 


6-0 


198 


Fr 


HS 


Hagerstown, Md (South Haqerstown HSI 


92 


Darren Sanders 


TE 


5-4 


247 


Fr. 


RS 


Pomfret, Md. (McDonoqh HSI 


43 


Omarr Savaqe 


LB 


5-4 


235 


Fr. 


HS 


Piscataway, NJ, (Piscatawav HSI 


86 


Brad Schell 


TE 


5-5 


242 


Fr. 


RS 


Spencerville, Md. (Paint Branch HS) 


72 


** KvleSchmitt 


C 


6-5 


300 


Jr. 


2V 


Latrobe, Pa. (DerrvAreaHSI 


75 


Henrv Scott 


NT 


6-1 


280 


Jr 


SO 


Baltimore, Md. (Kenwood HS] 


18 


Maurice Shanks 


WR 


bA 


195 


Jr. 


IV 


Hampton, Va. (Phoebus HS) 


23 


" Andrew Smith Jr. 


SS 


6-0 


203 


Sr. 


2V 


Fort Meade, Md jMeade HSI 


44 (d| 


Jeris Smith 


LB 


6-2 


235 


Fr 


RS 


Eldersburq, Md. (Ubertv HSI 


40 


*■ Maurice Smith 


FB 


5-0 


222 


Jr 


2V 


Waldorf, Md, (Westlake HSI 


54 


*■* Scott Smith 


DE 


54 


254 


Sr 


3V 


Philadelphia, Pa. (Georqe Washington HS) 


57 


*• Randy Starks 


DT 


54 


312 


Jr. 


2V 


Waldorf. Md. (Westlake HSI 


15 


Joel Statham 


QB 


6-1 


207 


Fr 


RS 


Chatsworth, Ga. (Murray County HS) 


67 


Mike Steele 


OT 


5-5 


308 


So. 


SO 


Woodbine, Md. (South Carroll HS) 


50 (d| 


Paul Stellacci 


LB 


6-2 


228 


Fr. 


RS 


Carmel, N.Y. (Carmei HSI 


34 


Steve Suter 


WR 


5-9 


191 


Jr 


IV 


Manchester, Md. (North Carroll HS) 


61 


* EdTvler 


aoG 


6-3 


309 


Sr 


IV 


Franklinville, NJ. (Delsea HS) 


9 


* Jo Jo Walker 


WR 


5-10 


162 


So. 


IV 


Carrollton, Texas (Creekview HS) 


27 


Alanzo Washington 


CB 


5-10 


167 


Fr 


HS 


Capitol Heights, Md. (Laurel HSI 


89 


Drew Weatherlv 


WR 


64 


200 


Fr 


HS 


Georqetown, Del. (Sussex Central HS) 


15(d) 


" Curtis Williams 


SS 


5-2 


206 


Jr 


2V 


Huntinqton Station, N.Y (Huntinqton HS) 


19 


••• Jafar Williams 


WR 


6-2 


212 


Sr 


3V 


Philadelphia, Pa. (George Washington HS) 


10 


Madieu Williams 


FS 


6-1 


193 


Sr 


IV 


Lanham, Md. (Duval HS/TowsonI 


13 


*•* Dennard Wilson 


SS 


5-11 


189 


Sr 


3V 


Upper Mariboro, Md, (DeMatha HS) 


25 


Josh Wilson 


CB 


5-9 


175 


Fr 


HS 


Upper Mariboro, Md, (DeMatha HS) 


12 


Marcus Wimbush 


FS 


5-11 


203 


Fr 


RS 


Washinqton, D,C. (Dunbar HS) 


69 


Donnie Woods 


OG 


54 


283 


Fr 


HS 


Dade City, Fla. (Thomas Jefferson HS) 


dl indicates duplicate number. 



Key: ' indicates varsity lett ers earned: RS indicates redshirted in 2002: SO indicates on SQuad in 2002 but did not letter; HS indicates high school; 77? indicates transfer. 



Pronunciation Guide 

Players Pronunciation 


Tosin Atari 


toe-suhn uh-BAR-ee 


Paschal Abiamiri 


PASS4<ull^BE-uh^^1eerv 


RobAbiamiri 


A-BE-uh-meerv 


Tim Cesa 


CHASE-uh 


Curome Cox 


curr-OHM 


Eric Dumas 


DOCknus 


Latrez Harrison 


luh-TREZ 


Sam Hollenbach 


halkjn-Pock 


Stephon Heyer 


STEFF-ahn HY-en^ 


DQwefl Jackson 


deeJCWEa 


Gerrick McPhearson ^ 


pronounced with hard a 


Onnie Onwuemene 


on-WEMijh4(nee 


Akil Patterson 


uh-KEEL 


Adam Podlesh 


PAHWesh 



Players 


Pronunciation 


Joel Statham 


stateHjmm 


Steve Suter 


rhymes with scooter 


Jafar Williams 


jufvfAR 


Madieu Williams 


muWXX)H 


Dennard Wilson 


duh^>JARD 


Coaches 


Pronunciation 


Tom Brattan 


rhymes with latin 


Ralph Friedqen 


FREE-jun 


RayRychleski 


richlESS4cev 


Dave Sollazzo 


so^AH-zo 


Chariie Taaffe 


ryhmes with half 



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ZOOS SBasan OUTLOOK 




ZD03 numGRicai roster 



No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wqt 


cr. 


Exp. 


Hometown IHiqh School/Last School) 


I 


*** Bruce Perry 


TB 


5-9 


203 


Sr. 


3V 


Philadelphia, Pa. (Georqe Washinqton HSj 


2 


* Chris Kellev 


SS 


6-2 


204 


Jr 


IV 


Germantown, Md. (Seneca Valley HS| 


3 


RobAbiamiri 


TE 


6-3 


231 


Jr. 


SQ 


Randallstown, Md. (Mount St, Joseph HS) 


4 


*** Latrez Harrison 


WR 


6-3 


225 


Sr. 


3V 


Atlanta, Ga, (Booker T Washinqton HS) 


5 


* Ricardo Dickerson 


LB 


6-3 


238 


So. 


IV 


Hyattsville, Md. (Northwestern HS) 


6 


*' Domonique Foxworth 


CB 


5-11 


169 


Jr 


2V 


Randallstown, Md, (Western Tech HS) 


7 


* Scott McBrien 


QB 


6-0 


181 


Sr 


IV 


Rockville, Md, jDeMatha HSAK/est Virqinia) 


8 


• Mario Merrills 


TB 


5-10 


198 


So. 


IV 


Columbia, Md, (Wilde Lake HS) 


9 


* Jo Jo Walker 


WR 


5-10 


162 


So. 


IV 


Carrollton, Texas (Creekview HS) 


10 


Madieu Williams 


FS 


6-1 


193 


Sr. 


IV 


Lanham, Md, (Duval HS/TowsonI 


ll|d| 


Daniel Ennis 


PK 


6-0 


149 


Fr 


RS 


Sykesville, Md. (Glenelq HS) 


"|d| 


Orlando Evans 


QB 


6-0 


191 


Sr 


IV 


Stockton, Calif, (Brookside Christian/CCSFj 


12 


Marcus Wimbush 


FS 


5-11 


203 


Fr. 


RS 


Washinqton, D,C, (Dunbar HS) 


13 


*** Dennard Wilson 


SS 


5-11 


189 


Sr 


3V 


Upper Marlboro, Md, (DeMatha HS) 


I4|d| 


Matt Brant 


FS 


6-0 


153 


Fr. 


RS 


Chevy Chase, Md. (Gonzaqa Colleqe HS) 


14 (d| 


Sam Hollenbach 


QB 


6-5 


221 


Fr. 


RS 


Sellersville, Pa. (Pennridqe HS) 


15 (d| 


Ryan Mitch 


QB 


6-3 


201 


Fr 


HS 


McLean, Va. (DeMatha HS) 


15 (d| 


** Curtis Williams 


SS 


6-2 


206 


Jr 


2V 


Huntinqton Station, N,Y, (Huntinqton HS) 


16 


Joel Statham 


QB 


6-1 


207 


Fr 


RS 


Chatsworth, Ga, (Murray County HS) 


17 


* Reuben Haiqier 


CB 


6-0 


183 


Sr 


IV 


New Cumberland, Pa, (Cedar Cliff HS/Lackawanna JCI 


18 


* Maurice Shanks 


WR 


64 


195 


Jr 


IV 


Hampton, Va, (Phoebus HS) 


19 


♦** Jafar Williams 


WR 


6-2 


212 


Sr 


3V 


Philadelphia, Pa, (Georqe Washinqton HS) 


20 


J.P Humber 


TB 


5-11 


213 


Fr. 


RS 


Lakeland, Fla, (Georqe Jenkins HS| 


21 


Chris Choice 


CB 


5-11 


193 


Fr 


RS 


Suitland, Md, (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 


22 


** Rich Parson 


WR 


5-10 


182 


Jr 


2V 


Newark, Del, (Newark Academy) 


23 


** Andrew Smith Jr. 


SS 


6-0 


203 


Sr. 


2V 


Fort Meade, Md. (Meade HS) 


24 


*** Lerov Ambush 


LB 


6-1 


231 


Sr 


3V 


Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson HS) 


25 


Josh Wilson 


CB 


5-9 


176 


Fr 


HS 


Upper Marlboro, Md. (DeMatha HS) 


26 


*' Raymond Custis 


FS 


5-8 


194 


Jr 


2V 


Germantown, Md. (Northwest HS) 


27 


Alanzo Washinqton 


CB 


5-10 


167 


Fr 


HS 


Capitol Heiqhts, Md. (Laurel HS) 


29 


Sam Maldonado 


TB 


6-0 


231 


Jr 


RS 


Harrison, N.Y. (Harrison HS/Ohio State) 


30 


*** Curome Cox 


CB 


61 


199 


Sr. 


3V 


Arlinqton, Va, (Gonzaqa Colleqe HS) 


31 (d| 


Olufemi Aje 


DB 


5-10 


178 


Jr. 


RS 


Silver Spnnq, Md, (Sprinqbrook HS| 


31 (d| 


Unce Ball 


TB 


5-9 


220 


Fr 


HS 


Teaneck, N,J, (Teaneck HS) 


32 


'** Leon Joe 


LB 


6-1 


225 


Sr 


3V 


Cdnton, Md, (Friendly HS) 


33 


* Josh Allen 


TB 


5-11 


206 


So. 


IV 


Bladensburq, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 


34 


* Steve Suter 


WR 


5-9 


191 


Jr 


IV 


Manchester Md. (North Carroll HS) 


35 (d| 


Michael Miller 


LB 


6-0 


230 


Fr 


RS 


Aberdeen, Md, (Aberdeen HS) 


35 (d| 


Wesley Jefferson 


LB 


6-2 


231 


Fr 


HS 


Clinton, Md, (Gwynn Park HS) 


36 (d| 


Adam Podlesh 


P 


5-10 


208 


Fr. 


RS 


Pittsford, N,Y. (Pittsford Sutherland HS) 


36 (d| 


David Hollowav 


LB 


64 


214 


Fr. 


RS 


Stephentown, N.Y. (Albany Academy) 


36|d| 


Alan Grantham 


CB 


5-9 


182 


Fr. 


RS 


Norristown, Pa. (Nornstown HS| 


37 


* Jamal Chance 


CB 


6-1 


203 


Sr. 


IV 


Ephrata, Pa. (Ephrata HS/Lackawanna JC) 


38 


* Gerrick McPhearson 


CB 


5-11 


195 


So. 


IV 


Columbia, Md, (Howard HS) 


39 


Domonique Richmond 


FS 


6-0 


198 


Fr 


HS 


Haqerstown, Md. (South Haqerstown HSI 


40 


** Maurice Smith 


FB 


6-0 


222 


Jr 


2V 


Waldorf, Md, (Westlake HS) 


41 


* Kevin Eli 


DE 


64 


268 


Jr 


IV 


Deptford, N.J. (Deptford HS) 


42 


Tim Cesa 


FB 


6-2 


235 


Fr 


HS 


Kennesaw, Ga. (Harrison HS) 


43 


Omarr Savaqe 


LB 


64 


235 


Fr 


HS 


Piscataway N.J. (Piscataway HS) 


44 (d| 


Jeris Smith 


LB 


6-2 


236 


Fr 


RS 


Eldersburq, Md, (Liberty HS) 


44 (d| 


** Bernie Fiddler 


FB 


6-1 


245 


Sr 


2V 


Swedesboro, N J, (Kinqsway HS) 


45 


* Shawne Merriman 


LEO 


6-3 


246 


So. 


IV 


Upper Marlboro, Md (Frederick Douqiass HSI 


46 


" Nick Novak 


PK 


6-0 


189 


Jr 


2V 


Charlottesville, Va, (Albemarle HS) 


47 


** JonCondo 


LEO 


6-3 


238 


Jr 


2V 


Philipsburq, Pa, (Philipsburq-Osceola HS| 


48 


* William Kershaw 


LB 


6-3 


232 


So. 


IV 


Raeford, N,C. (Hoke County HS) 


49 


** Jamahl Cochran 


L£0 


6-0 


248 


Jr. 


2V 


Morristown, NJ. (Morristown HS) 


50 (d| 


Jermaine Lemons 


LB 


6-3 


230 


Fr 


HS 


Tampa, Fla. (Thomas Jefferson HSI 


50 (d| 


Paul Stellacci 


LB 


6-2 


228 


Fr 


RS 


Carmel, N.Y (Carmel HS) 


51 


*• Andrew Henley 


LB 


5-11 


241 


Sr. 


2V 


Riverdale, Md. (DeMatha HS) 


52 


DQwell Jackson 


LB 


6-1 


222 


So. 


IV 


Liirqo, Fla, (Seminole HSI 


53 


Reqqie Holmes 


LB 


6-1 


245 


Fr 


RS 


Bowie. Md. (Bowie HSI 



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No. 


Niime 


Pos. 


Hqt 


\Nqt 


CI. 


Exp. 


Hometown (High School/Last School) 




'A 


••• Scott Smith 


DE 


54 


254 


Sr 


3V 


Phil.idelphia, Pa. [George Washington HSi 




SS 


Robert Jenkins 


C 


6-2 


300 


Jr 


TR 


Bronx, NY. piford (ConnJ Ac<idemy/N.i 




57 


** RandvStarks 


DT 


64 


312 


Jr 


2V 


WHidorf, Md (Westlake HSI 




S8 


Brandon Nixon 


OT 


6-6 


325 


Fr 


MS 


Pottstown, Pa (Pottstown HS) 




AO 


• Akil Patterson 


OG 


6-3 


290 


So. 


IV 


Frederick, Md, IFrederick HSI 




61 


• Ed Tyler 


OG/C 


5-3 


309 


Sr. 


IV 


Franklinville, NJ. (Delsea HS) 




63 


Andrew Crummey 


OG 


5-5 


274 


Fr. 


HS 


Van Wert, Ohio (Van Wert HS| 




64 


* Justin Duffie 


NT 


5-2 


286 


So. 


IV 


Gaithersburq, Md. (Landon HS| 




65 


Matt Powell 


OG 


64 


330 


So. 


IV 


Ft. Washington, Md. (Oxon Hill HS| 




66 


Garrick Clia 


OG 


54 


295 


Fr 


HS 


Port Orange, Fla. (Spruce Creek HS) 




67 


Mike Steele 


OT 


5-5 


308 


So. 


SO 


Woodbine, Md, (South Carroll HSI 




68 


Ryan McDonald 


C 


5-2 


282 


So. 


SO 


Haqerstown, Md (Williamsport HS/Concord College) 




69 


Donnie Woods 


OG 


54 


283 


Fr 


HS 


Dade City, Fla. (Thomas Jefferson HS) 




70 


* Stephen Heyer 


OT 


6^ 


297 


So. 


IV 


Lawrenceville, Ga. (Brookwood HS) 




71 


Brock Choate 


OT 


6-6 


275 


Fr. 


HS 


Montoursville, Pa. (Loyalsock Township HSI 




72 


** KyleSchmitt 


C 


6-5 


300 


Jr. 


2V 


Latrobe, Pa. (DerryAreaHS) 




73 


*** Lamar Bryant 


OG 


5-3 


318 


Sr. 


3V 


Clinton, Md. (Crossland HS) 




74 


** CJ. Brooks 


OG 


5-6 


316 


Jr 


2V 


Rex, Ga. (Morrow HS) 




75 


*'* Eric Dumas 


OT 


6-5 


314 


Sr. 


3V 


Atlanta, Ga. (Benjamin Mays HS) 




76 


Henry Scott 


NT 


6-1 


280 


Jr 


SO 


Baltimore, Md, (Kenwood HS) 




77 


Russell Bonham 


OG 


54 


308 


So. 


IV 


Winston-Salem, N.C. (Carver HSI 




78 


Ryan Flynn 


OT 


54 


272 


Jr. 


IV 


Younqstown, Ohio (Cardinal Mooney HS) 




79 


*• Lou Lombardo 


OT 


6-6 


300 


Jr. 


2V 


Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall HS) 




80 


Onnie Onwuemene 


WR 


6-0 


188 


Jr. 


IV 


Silver Spring, Md (Good Counsel HS/Frostburq State) 




81 


Paschal Abiamiri 


WR 


6-2 


188 


Fr. 


RS 


Randallstown, Md. (Mount St Joseph HSI 




82 


*•* JeffDuaan 


TE 


64 


255 


Sr. 


3V 


Allison Park, Pa. (Central Catholic HS) 




83 


" Derrick Fenner 


WR 


5-11 


194 


So. 


IV 


Hampton, Va. (Hampton HSI 




84 


* Derek Miller 


TE 


6-8 


252 


So. 


IV 


Carlisle, Pa. (Boilinq Sprinqs HS) 




85 (dl 


Tom Auqustyn 


WR 


6-0 


197 


So, 


RS 


Fairfax, Va. (Robinson HS) 




85(01 


• Dan Melendez 


WR 


6-2 


175 


So. 


IV 


Lancaster Pa, (J.P McCaskey HS) 




86 


Brad Schell 


TE 


6-5 


242 


Fr. 


RS 


Spencerville, Md. (Paint Branch HS) 




87 


Vernon Davis 


WR 


64 


225 


Fr. 


HS 


Washinqton, D.C, (Dunbar HS) 




88 


Dave Quaintance 


DT 


6-5 


270 


Fr. 


RS 


Philadelphia, Pa. (/Archbishop Ryan HS) 




89 


Drew Weatherly 


WR 


64 


200 


Fr. 


HS 


Georqetown, Del. (Sussex Central HSI 




90 


Patrick Powell 


DE 


54 


250 


Fr. 


HS 


Richmond, Va. (LC. Bird HS) 




91 


Rob /\rmstronq 


DT 


64 


295 


Fr. 


HS 


Arlinqton, Va. (Washinqton-Lee HS/Fork Union Military) 




92 


Darren Sanders 


TE 


54 


247 


Fr. 


RS 


PomfreL Md. (McDonouqh HS) 




93 


Davian Bryan 


DT 


5-11 


274 


Jr. 


SO 


Hyattsville, Md, (Northwestern HS) 




95 


Conrad Bolston 


DT 


64 


257 


Fr. 


HS 


Burtonsville, Md, (St. Johns Colleqe HS) 




96 


'** CJ. Feldheim 


NT 


5-3 


291 


Sr 


3V 


Hereford, Md. (Hereford HS) 




97 


TosinAbari 


NT 


5-0 


259 


Sr. 


IV 


Mt. Rainier, Md. (Good Counsel HS) 




98 


Randy Earle 


LB 


5-3 


229 


Fr. 


RS 


North Massapequa, N.Y (Farminqdale HS) 




99 


" Landon Jones 


DE 


54 


255 


Sr. 


2V 


Marion, Ohio (Harding HS) 




dl indicates duplicate number. 


Key: ' 


indicates varsitv letters earned: RS indicates redshirted ir 


2002: SO indicates or 


squad in 2002 tiut did not letter: HS indicates hiph school: TR indicates transfer. 





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Playerj Pronunciation 


Players 


Pronunciation 

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Tosin Abari 




toe-suiin urvBAR-ee 


Joel Statham 


Paschal 7\biamiri 
Rob/\biamiri 
TimCesa 
Curome Cox 




PASS-kullA-BE-uh-meery 
/V-eE-uhmeery 
CHASE-uh 
curr-OHM 


Steve Suter 
Jafar Williams 


rtiymes with scootef 
jufrFAR 




Madieu Williams 


mutvDOOH 




Dennard Wilson 


du^NARD 
Pronunciation 




Enc Dumas 
Utrez Harrison 
Sam Hollenbach 
Stephon Heyer 
DQwetl Jackson 
Gerrick McPhearson 
Onnie Onwuemene 
Akil Patterson 


* 


DCK>mus 

luh-TREZ 

halkjn-bock 

STEFF-ahn HY-€rr 

dee^<WELL 

pronounced with hard q 

on-WEM-uWcnee 

uh4<EEL 


Coaches 


Tom Brattan 
Ralph Friedgen 
Ray Rychleski 
Dave Sollazzo 
Oiarfie Taaffe 


rhymes with latin 
FREE-jun 
rich4£SS4(ey 
soiAH-zo 
rvtimes wrth half 


^ 


Adam Podlesh 




PAHWesh 













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97 Tosin Abari 


DT 


Sr 


Mt. Rainier Md. (Good Counsel HSl 


81 Paschal Abiamiri 


WR 


Fr 


Randallstown, Md. (Mount St, Joseph HS| 


3 Rob Abiamiri 


TE 


Jr 


Randallstown, Md, (Mount St, Joseph HS| 


31 |d| OlufemiAje 


DB 


Jr 


Silver Sprinq, Md, (Spnnqbrook HS| 


33 Josh Allen 


TB 


So. 


Bladensburq, Md, (Eleanor Roosevelt HS| 


24 Lerov Ambush 


LB 


Sn 


Frederick. Md, (Thomas Johnson HSl 


95 Conrad Bolston 


DT 


Fr. 


Burtonsville, Md. (St. John's Colleqe HS) 


14 (d| Matt Brant 


FS 


Fr 


Chevy Chase, Md. (Gonzaqa Colleqe HS| 


93 Davian Bryan 


NT 


Jr 


Hyattsville, Md. (Northwestern HS| 


73 Lamar Bryant 


OG 


Sr 


Clinton, Md. (Crossland HS| 


21 Chris Choice 


CB 


Fr 


Suitland, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS| 


26 Raymond Custis 


FS 


Jr. 


Germantown. Md. (Northwest HS| 


5 Ricardo Dickerson 


FB 


So. 


Hyattsville, Md, (Northwestern HS| 


54 Justin Duffie 


NT 


So. 


Gaithersburq, Md, (Landon HS| 


1 1 (d| Daniel Ennis 


PK 


Fr 


Sykesville, Md, (Glenelq HS| 


96 CJ, Feldheim 


NT 


Sr 


Hereford, Md, (Hereford HS| 


6 Domonique Foxworth 


CB 


Jr 


Randallstown, Md (Western Tech HS) 


51 Andrew Henley 


LB 


Sr 


Riverdale, Md, (DeMatha HS) 


53 Reqqie Holmes 


LB 


Fr 


Bowie, Md, (Bowie HSl 


35 Id) Wesley Jefferson 


LB 


Fr 


Clinton, Md, (Gwynn Park HS) 


32 Leon Joe 


LB 


Sr 


Clinton, Md, (Fnend(y HS) 


2 Chns Kelley 


SS 


Jr 


Germantown, Md, (Seneca VaKey HS| 


79 Lou Lombardo 


OT 


Jr 


Baltimore, Md, (Calvert Hall HS) 


7 Scott McBrien 


QB 


Sr 


Rockville, Md, (DeMatha HSAVest Virqinial 


68 Ryan McDonald 


C 


So. 


Haqerstown, Md, (Williamsport HS/Concord Colleqe] 


38 Gernck McPhearson 


CB 


So. 


Columbia, Md (Howard HS| 


8 Mario Merrills 


TB 


So. 


Columbia, Md, (Wilde tiike HSl 


45 Shawne Merriman 


LEO 


So. 


Upper Marlboro, Md, (Frederick Douqiass HS) 


35 (d) Michael Miller 


LB 


Fr 


Aberdeen, Md,(Aberdeen HS) 


80 Onnie Onwuemene 


WR 


Jr 


Silver Sprinq, Md, (Good Counse) HS/Frostburq State] 


60 Akil Patterson 


OG 


So. 


Frederick, Md, (Fredenck HS) 


65 Matt Powell 


OG 


So. 


Ft. Washinqton, Md. (Oxon Hid HS] 


39 (d| Domonique Richmond 


FS 


Fr 


Haqerstown, Md, (South Haqerstown HS] 


92 Darren Sanders 


TE 


Fr 


Pomfret, Md (McDonouqh HS] 


86 Brad Schell 


TE 


Fr 


Spencervide, Md. (Paint Branch HS] 


76 Henry Scott 


NT 


Jr. 


Baltimore, Md. (Kenwood HS) 


23 Andrew Smith Jr 


SS 


Sr. 


Fort Meade, Md. (Meade HS] 


44 |d| Jens Smith 


LB 


Fr 


Eldersburq, Md, (Uberty HS] 


40 Maurice Smith 


FB 


Jr 


Waldorf, Md (Westlake HS) 


57 Randy Starks 


DT 


Jr 


Waldorf, Md (Westlake HS) 


67 Mike Steele 


OT 


So. 


Woodbine, Md, (South Carroll HS] 


34 Steve Suter 


WR 


Jr. 


Manchester, Md, (North Carrod HS] 


27 Alanzo Washinqton 


CB 


Fr. 


Capitol Heiqhts, Md. (Laurel HS) 


10 Madieu Williams 


FS 


Sr 


Lanham, Md, (Duval HS/Towson) 


13 Dennard Wilson 


SS 


Sr 


Upper Marlboro, Md, (DeMatha HS] 


25 Josh Wilson 


CB 


Fr 


Upper Mariboro, Md, (DeMatha HS] 


cauFDRnia (D 

1 1 (d| Orlando Evans 


OB 


Sr 


Stockton, Cadf. (Brookside Chnstian/CCSF) 


DBLamaRB (Z> 

22 Rich Parson 


WR 


Jr 


Newark, Del. (Newark Academy] 


89 Drew Weatherly 


WR 


Fr. 


Georaetown, Del. (Sussex Central HS) 


DISTRICT OF GDLUmBia 

87 Vernon Davis WR 


(Z) 

Fr 


Washinqton, D.C. (Dunbar HS] 


12 Marcus Wimbush 


FS 


Fr 


Washinqton, D.C. (Dunbar HS] 


FLDRlOa (&) 

66 Garrick Cliq 


OG 


Fr. 


Port Oranqe, Fla. (Spruce Creek HSl 


20 J.P Humber 


TB 


Fr. 


Lakeland, Fla (Georqe Jenkins HSl 


52 DOwell Jackson 


LB 


So. 


Larqo, Fla (Seminole HSl 


50 Idl Jermaine Lemons 


L6 


Fr. 


Tampa, Fla, (Thomas Jefferson HS) 


69 Donnie Woods 


OG 


Fr. 


Dade City, Fla, (Thomas Jefferson HS] 




SGDRSia (B> 

74 C J Brooks 
42 TimCesa 

75 Eric Dumas 



OG Jr. Re x , Ga, (Morrow HS] 



LB Fr. Ke nnesaw , Ga. (Har riso n HS) 



OT Sf. Atlanta, Ga. |Benjamin Mays HS] 



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4 Latrez Harrison 


WR 


Sr 


Atlanta. Ga. IBooker T Washinqton HS) 


70 Stephon Heyer 


OT 


So. 


Lawrencevide, Ga IBrookwood HS] 


16 JoelStatham 


OB 


Fr 


Chatsworth, Ga. (Murray County HS] 


HBIU IGRSBB (G) 

49 Jamahl Cochran 


LEO 


Jr 


Momstown, NJ. (Morristown HS] 


31 Id) Lance Bad 


TB 


Fr 


Teaneck, NJ. ITeaneck HS] 


41 Kevin Eli 


DE 


Jr 


Deptford, N.J. IDeptford HS] 


44 Id) Bernie Fiddler 


FB 


Sr 


Swedesboro, NJ, IKinqsway HS) 


61 Ed Tyler 


OG/C Sr. 


Franklinvide, N.J. (Delsea HS] 


43 Omarr Savaqe 


LB 


Fr 


Piscataway NJ. (Piscataway HS] 


neiU BORK (7) 

98 Randy Earie 


LB 


Fr 


North Massapequa. N.Y. (Farminqdale HS) 


36 (d) David Hodoway 


LB 


Fr 


Stephentown, N.Y (A(bany Academy) 


55 Robert Jenkins 


C 


Jr 


Bronx, N,Y, (Milford Conn ] Academy/Nassau CC| 


29 Sam Maldonado 


TB 


Jr 


Harrison, N,Y (Harrison HS/Ohio State] 


36 Id] Adam Pod(esh 


P 


Fr 


Pittsford, NY (Pittsford Suthertand HS] 


50 (d] Paul Stellacci 


LB 


Fr. 


Carmel, N,Y (Carme( HS] 


1 5 Id] Curtis Williams 


SS 


Jr 


Huntinqton Station, N.Y (Huntinqton HS] 


RBRTB CaRBLina (Z 

77 Russell Bonham 


) 

OG 


So. 


Winston-Salem, N,C, (Carver HS] 


48 William Kershaw 


LB 


So. 


Raeford, N,C, (Hoke County HS) 


BHIO <3) 

63 Andrew Crummey 


OG 


Fr 


Van Wert, Ohio (Van Wert HS] 


99 Landon Jones 


DE 


Sr 


Marion, Ohio (Hardinq HS] 


78 Ryan Flynn 


OT 


Jr 


Younqstown, Ohio (Cardinal Mooney HSl 


PBnnsBLvania (i!i> 

37 Jamal Chance 


CB 


Sr 


Ephrata, Pa, (Ephrata HS/Lackawanna JC) 


71 Brock Choate 


OT 


Fr 


Montoursvide. Pa, (Loyalsock Township HSl 


47 Jon Condo 


LEO 


Jr. 


Philipsburq, Pa (Philipsburq-Osceola HS) 


82 Jeff Duqan 


TE 


Sr. 


Allison Park, Pa, (Central Catholic HS) 


36 Alan Grantham 


CB 


Fr 


Norristown, Pa, (Norristown HS] 


17 Reuben Haiqier 


CB 


Sr 


New Cumberland, Pa, (Cedar Cliff HS/Lackawanna JC] 


14 (dl Sam Hollenbach 


OB 


Fr 


Sellersvide, Pa (Pennridqe HS) 


85 (d] Dan Melendez 


WR 


So. 


Lancaster, Pa (J P McCaskey HS) 


84 Derek Miller 


TE 


So. 


Carlisle Pa (Boilinq Sprinqs HS) 


58 Brandon Nixon 


OT 


Fr. 


Pottstown, Pa (Pottstown HS) 


1 Bruce Perry 


TB 


Sr 


Philadelphia, Pa (Georqe Washinqton HSl 


88 Dave Ouaintance 


DT 


Fr. 


PhKadelphia, Pa (Archbishop Ryan HSl 


72 Kyle Schmitt 


C 


Jr. 


Latrobe, Pa (Derry Area HS] 


54 Scott Smith 


DE 


Sr. 


Philadelphia, Pa (Georqe Washinqton HS) 


19 JafarWidiams 


WR 


Sr. 


Philadelphia, Pa (Georqe Washinqton HS) 


TBxas <1) 

9 Jo Jo Walker 


WR 


So. 


Carrollton, Texas ICreekview HSl 


viRsinia (8) 

91 Robert Armstronq 


DT 


Fr. 


Arlinqton, Va. IWashinqton-Lee HS/Fork Union Military) 


85 Id] Tom Auqustyn 


WR 


So. 


Fairfax, Va. IRobinson HSl 


30 Curome Cox 


CB 


Sr 


Arlinqton, Va, IGonzaqa Colleqe HS) 


83 Dernck Fenner 


WR 


So. 


Hampton, Va, (Hampton HSl 


15 Id] Ryan Mitch 


OB 


Fr. 


McLean, Va, IDeMatha HSl 


46 Nick Novak 


PK 


Jr. 


Charlottesville, Va lAlbemarle HS) 


90 Patrick Powell 


DE 


Fr. 


Richmond. Va ILC, Bird HS) 


IB Maunce Shanks 


WR 


Jr 


Hampton, Va IPhoebus HS) 



IONS 




PBRSDnnGL BReaKDDUin 



lLM10RniCnRGTURninB(5&> 
Offense (27) 

Quarterback Scott McBrien 



Tailback 


Josh Allen, Mario Merrills, Bruce 
Penry 


Fullback 


Bernle Fiddler, Maurice Smith 



Wide Receiver Derrick Fenner, Latrez Harrison, 

Dan Melendez. Qnnie 
Onwuemene, Rich Parson, 
Maurice Shanks, Steve Suter, Jo Jo 
Walker, Jafar Williams 

T ight End Jeff Duqan, Derek Miller 

Line Russell Bonham, C.J. Brooks, 

Lamar Bryant, Eric Dumas, 

Ryan Flynn, Stephon Heyer, Lou 
Lombardo, Akil Patterson, Kyle 
Schmitt, Ed Tyler 

Defense (27) 

Line Tosin Aban, Justin Duffie. Kevin 

Ell, C.J. Feldheim, Landon 
Jones, Scott Smith, Bandy Starlcs 

Linebacker Leroy Ambush. Jamahl Cochran, 
Jon Condo, Ricardo Dickerson, 
Andrew Henley D'Qwell Jackson, 
Leon Joe, William Kershaw, 
Shawne Merriman 

Secondary Jama! Chance, Curome Cox 

Raymond Custis, Domonique 
Foxworth. Reuben Haigler, Chns 
Kelley, Gerrick McPhearson, Andrew 
Smith, Jr., Curtis Williams, Madieu 

Williams, Dennard Wilson 



Specialists (1| 

Kicker Nick Novak 



Punter 



None 



iVofe. starters returninQ in bold. 



LBTieRniGn lost dZ) 



Offense (7) 

Quarterback 


None 


Tailback 


Chris Downs 


Fullback 


Jason Crawford, Chad Killian, 
James Lynch 


Wide Receiver 


Scooter Monroe 


Tight End 


None 


Line 


Matt Crawford Todd Wike 


Defense (4) 

Line 


Ourrand Roundtree, William 
Shime 


Linebacker 


E.J. Henderson 


Secondary 


Ty Stewart 


Specialists (1) 

Punter 


Brooks Barnard 


Kicker 


None 


Note: starters lost in bold. 





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STaRTGRS RGTURRinS (17) 

Note: 2002 starts/career starts in third column. 



Offense (7*| 

QB 


Scott McBrien 


14/14 


TB 


Bruce Perry 


1/12 


WR 


Latrez Harrison 


8/10 


TE 


Jeff Duqan 


14/34 


LT 


Eric Dumas 


14/14 


LG 


C.J. Brooks 


14/25 


RG 


Lamar Brvant 


14/31 


* indicates returnina starter from 2001 season. 


Defense (9) 

DT 


Randy Starks 


14/15 


NT 


CJ. Feldheim 


8/19 


LEO 


Jamahl Cochran 


13/13 


WLB 


Leon Joe 


13/24 


SLB 


Leroy Ambush 


12/12 


CB 


Curome Cox 


14/33 


SS 


Dennard Wilson 


14/18 


FS 


Madieu Williams 


14/14 


CB 


Domonique Foxworth 


14/16 


Specialists (1) 

K 


Nick Novak 


14/26 



STaRTGRS LOST (8) 



Offense (5) 

FB 


James Lynch 


8/16 


C 


Todd Wike 


13/45 


RT 


Matt Crawford 


12/43 


TB 


Chris Downs 


II/ll 


WR 


Scooter Monroe 


14/26 


Defense (2) 

MLB 


EJ. Henderson 


14/36 


DE 


Durrand Roundtree 


14/29 


Specialists (1) 

P 


Brooks Barnard 


14/43 



QB Scott McBrien started all 14 games last year. 



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C.I. BROOKS. JR.. OFFonsiue ooaRD 

No. 16 Guard (The Sporting News) 

All-American Honorable Mention Offensive Linemen (Street & Smitfi) 

Lamao BooanT. sr. dffbrsivb bobro 

No. 8 Guard (Undysl 

All-American Honorable Mention Offensive Linemen (Street & Smitfi| 



coRorne cox, sr.. gorrorrbgk 

All-American Honorable Mention Cornerback (Street & Smitfi) 

lOFF BOSan. SR.. TIBHT Bno 

No. 16 Tight End (The Sporting News| 

oomoniQOB foxuiorth. ir.. coRneRBacK 

No 1 3 Cornerback (Undysl 

No. 8 Cornerback (The Sporting News) 

All-American Honorable Mention Defensive Back (Street & Smith] 

lUBSLBB lOFFBRSOn. FR.. LIBBBaCKGR 

No. 3 Top Freshman Unebacker (Street & Smith) 

LBOB JOO. SR.. IBSIDB LIBBBaCKBR 

No. 1 Inside Linebacker (Undy's) 

All-American Honorable Mention Linebacker (Street & Smith) 

scon mcBRiBn. sr.. auaRTGRBacK 

No. 24 Quarterback (Lindy's) 

All-American Honorable Mention Quarterback (Street & Smith) 



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No. 6 Kicker (The Sporting News) 

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No. 7 Running Back (bndyS) 

No. 12 Running Back (The Sporting News) 

Heisman Watch No. 7 "On the Radar" (The Sporting News) 

All-Amencan Honorable Mention Running Back(Street & Smith) 

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No. 7 Defensive Tackle (Lindys) 

No. 5 Defensive Tackle (TTie Sporting News) 

AlWrnerican Honorable Mention Defensive Unemen (Street & Smith) 

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No. 1 All-Purpose (Lindy's) 

No. 2 Kick Returner (The Sporting News) 

All-American Third Team Punt Returner (Collegefoottjallnews.com) 

AIl-American Third Team Kickoff Returner (Collegefootballnews.com) 

All-Amencan Second Team Kick Returner (The Sporting News) 

All-American Third Team Kick Returner (Street & Smith) 





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No. 8 Safety (Lindys) 

No. 3 Free Safety (The Sporting News) 

All-American Honorable Mention DB (Collegefootballnews.com) 

Team hobbrs 

No 8 Top Defensive Backs (Undy's) 

No. 3 Top Defensive Backs (Athlon) 

No. 2 1 Top Running Backs (Collegefootballnews.com) 

No. 20 Offense (Collegefootballnews.com) 

No. 1 1 Defense (Collegefootballnews.com) 

No. 1 Top Defensive Line ( The Sporting News) 

No. 1 Top Secondary (The Sporting New;] 

No. 6 Top Special Teams (The Sporting Ne.vsi 

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Name of School 



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University of Maryland 



College Park. Md. 20742 



Founded 



1807 



Enrollment 



34,801 



Nickname 



School Colors 



Terrapins. Terps 



Red, White. Black Gold 



Stadium 



1 Stadium 



Capacity 



48.055 



' Surface 



Natural Grass 



I Affiliation 



NCAA Division W 



; Conference 



Atlantic Coast Conference 



President (Alma Mater. Year) 



DrC.D Mote, Jr (California '5 1 



Athletics Direnor (Alma Mater: Year) 



DeborahA. Yow(Elon'74) 



^ BISTORO 

I First year of football 



1892 



i All-nme record 



55749043 (.531/1090 games) 



j All-time bowl/playoff record 



7-10-2 



Years in postseason 1 9 1 1 94749-5 1 -53-55-73-74-75-76-77-78-80-82-83^4-85-90-0 1 -02) 

Last postseason appearance 2002 



Last postseason result 



def. Tennessee. 30-3 (Chick -fihA Peach Bowl. 12-31-021 



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Associate A D./Media Relations 



Doug Dull (Maryland '81 1 



Office 



301-314-7064 



Home 



410-7964449 



E-Mail 



ddull@umd.edu 



Assistant SID/Football Contact 



Greg Creese 



Office 



301-314-7065 



Home 



301-887-1199 



E-Mail 



gcreese@umd.edu 



Press Box Phone 



301-405-7810 



Media Relations Mailing Address 



Web Site 



2725 Comcast Center College Park. MD 20742-0295 



vwvw.umterps.com 



FDOTBaiL GOaGHJnS STaFF 

Head Coach 



Ralph Friedgen 



Alma Mater Year 



Record at school (years) 



Maryland 70 



Career record (years) 



21-5 12 years! 



Football office phone 



301-314-7095 



Best time to reach coach 



Charlie Taaffe [Siena 75) 



Off. Coordinator/Quarterbacks 



Through Media Relations Office 



3rd year at Maryland 



Gary Blackney [Connecticut '67) 



Def. Coordinator/Secondary 



3rd year at Maryland 



Tim Banks (Central Michi gan '94) 



Inside Linebackers 



To m Brattan (Delaware '72| 



Offensive Une 



1 St year at Maryland 



3rd year at Maryland 

James Franklin (E. Stroudsburg '95) Wide Receivers/Recruit. Coordinator 4th year at Maryland 



Bill O'Brien IBrown '921 



Running Backs 



1st year at Maryland 



Ray Rychleski (Millersville '79| Special Teams Coordinator/Tight Ends 3rd year at Maryland 



Al Seamonson (Wisconsin '82| Outside Unebackers/Special Teams Asst. 3rd year at Maryland 



Dave Sollazzo (The Citadel '77| 



Defensive Une 



5th year al Maryland 



Tom Deahn (Heidelberg '87) 



Dinector of Football Operations 



5th year at Maryland 



Mitch Wilkens (Tennessee '97| 



Dirertor of Wdeo Services 



3rd year at Maryland 



John Donovan (Johns Hopkins '97| Assistant Recruiting Coordinator 



3rd year at Maryland 



Brian Hickson (Towson 1 1 



Graduate Assistant IDefensel 



2nd year at Maryland 



Greg Sesny (Catholic '99| 



Graduate Assistant [Offense) 



3rd year at Maryland 



Sandy Worth [Maryland '73) 



Athletic Trainer 



25th year at Maryland 



DwighlGalt (Maryland '81) 



Streng th & Conditioni ng Coach 



1 5th year at Maryland 



Ron Ohringer (Maryland '85| 



Head Eguipment Manager 



1 6lh year at Maryland 



Team iBFORmaTmn 



2002 overall ivcord 








11-3 


2002 conference record/finish 






6-2 (Tred-2ndl 


2002 final rankilMS 




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Basic defense 








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27 


Specialty: 


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55 


Lettermen lost: 


Offense: 


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4 




Specialty: 


Total: 




12 


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Offense: 


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9 



Specialty: 



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On Abari: Hard-working fifth-year senior who will battle for 
playing time at nose tackle ... has gotten bigger eveiy year 
since walking on at Maryland in 1999 .., enters fall camp 
third on the depth chart. 

2002 (Junior); Played in 12 of 14 games ,,. finished the 
season with four tackles (two solo) ... (at Duke] ... recorded 
two solo tackles ... [vs. Akron] ... saw most significant playing 
time of the season . . . notched one assisted tackle .. . (w. Notre 
Dame] ... assisted on one tackle. 

2001 (Sophomore): Saw action in five games ... /w. f/MU/ 
...registered his first career tackle on an 1 1 -yard sack. 

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

1999 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and 1999 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 1 54 tackles and 
eight sacks . . . team was 24-6 in his final 
three seasons ... team captain and All- 
WG\C selection ... lettered two years 
in wrestling ,., representative 
on the student council. 





Personal: Tosin Abari was born Apnl 15, 1981 ... son of 
Muyis Abari (father) and Ayo Badru . . . parents are of Nigerian 
descent ... majonng in criminology and criminal justice and 
economics ... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000 and 2001. 



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On Abiamiri: Second-year player who is part of a deep 
Maryland receiving corps ... will be seeking the first playing 
time of his young career in 2003 ... had a solid spnng and 
capped It with a strong spring game in which he led the White 
team in receiving with five receptions for 73 yards and a pair 
of touchdowns ... has good speed and a 37-inch vertical jump. 

2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

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 yaids and three touch- 
downs as a senior ... also was on the receiving end of two 
two-point conversions and was the "gunner" on special teams 
in 200 1 ,,. best year statistically was his junior season when 
he had 42 receptions for 782 yards and seven TDs ... a first- 
team All-MIAA (Maryland Interscholastic Athletics /\ssociation) 
pick as a senior ... also a second-team all-city and all-county 
selection ... an All-Atlantic region selection by PrepStar ... team 
went 1 5-6 in his two years on varsity ... also ran track and 
played basketball as a junior ... competed indoors and out- 
doors in the 200 and 400 meters, the long jump, triplejump 
and high jump ... verbally committed to Maryland pnor to 
the 2001 season ... high school coach was Mike Wbrking. 

Personal: Paschal E. /\biamiri was born April 23, 1 984 ... is 
the son of Rita and Peter Abiamiri and the brother of current 
Terp tight end, Rob ... majoring in letters and sciences ... 
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On Abiamiri: Player who added 1 5 pounds in the off-sea- 
son and had a successful spring working as a receiving tight 
end . . , if the spnng is any indicator, he will give the Terrapins 
an added dimension at the tight end position this year ... 
worked his way to the top of the depth chart at receiver prior 
to the fall of 2001 before succumbing to a foot injury which 
limited his ability to compete in '01 and '02 ... has good 
agility for a player his size - ,. an intelligent, coachable player. 

2002 (Sophomore): Did not see game action. 

2001 (Redshirt Freshman): Appeared in four games with 
no starts ... was hampered all season by a condition in his 
nght 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 SuperPrepand PrepStar ^.. was also 
named to the Baltimore Sun's All-Metro team ... totaled 13 
touchdowns as a senior (eight receiving, two rushing, two 
on punt returns and one on a kickoff return) ... finished with 
28 receptions for 779 yards ... also competed in basketball 
and track ... a National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete 
honoree ... high school coach was Mike Working. 

Personal: Robert Obinna Abiamiri was born December 2 1 , 
1 982 ... son of Rita and Peter Abiamin ... brother Paschal, is 
a freshman wideout on this year's team . . . majoring in eco- 
nomics and cnminology and criminal justice ... a Maryland 
scholar-athlete in 2001 



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freshman before Bruce Perry's return 
from injury . , will enter fall second 
on the depth chart a powerful 
back with breakaway speed 
an Iron Terp ,, posted a 
340-pound bench and a 
565-pound squat 
spring testing 
strength Index of 588 
IS second-best 
among Terp running 
backs.,, has 4,9 per- 
cent body fat on a 206-pound 
frame. 



2002 (Freshman): Saw action 
in eight games ,,. finished the 
season second on the team in 
rushing yards |405) and TDs 
(eight] despite missing five 
games . , averaged a ro- 
bust 5,8 yards per cany ,,, 
tackled for a loss only twice 
in 60 carries ,,, {at UNQ ,,, 
had SIX carries for 9 1 yards (15,6 
ypc| with two touchdowns ,,, scored the 
Terps final two TDs of the game with a 
two-yard run in the third quarter and a 
50-y3rd jaunt In the fourth quarter . 
iatDuke\ ... had two carries for 16 
yards, including an 1 1 -yard TD run 
in the second quarter ... left the game with a sprained left 
wnst ..-iat WVUj . . had a team and career-high 1 1 6 yards on 
15 cames, while also adding two TDs . . named ACC Rookie 
of the Week for his play . . broke through two tackles to score 
the second Maryland touchdown of the day a 70-yard run in 
the first quarter . became the first Terp freshman to run for 
over 100 yards since 1998 . had first career catch for five 
yards ... (w, Wofford\ posted 53 yards rushing on 14 car- 
ries .,. scored two njshing touchdowns (one and 1 yaids) ... 
had 38 yards mshing and a touchdown In the fourth quarter 
alone ... (w. EMUj ... saw the first action of his collegiate ca- 
reer and led the Terps in rushing with 86 yanjs on 1 cames 
. scored his first career TD on an eight-yard run in the fourth 
quarter. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Gieenbelt, Md. ... highly 
rated running back who was named a SuperPrep Nhfmen- 
can following his senior season .. rated 34th among the 

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nations running backs by SuperPrep ... one of the state of 
Maryland's top high school prospects ,,, totaled 2,999 rush- 
ing yards his junior and senior seasons , a consensus all- 
state selection who was named second team All-Met by the 
Washington Post in 200 1 ... named first team all-league and 
first team all-county , , . a powerful back with outstanding 
speed, he rushed for 1 , 7 7 1 yards and 2 1 touchdowns on just 
1 29 carries (13,7 average] as a senior despite missing thiee 
games with a bruised knee , caught nine passes for 1 1 7 
yards and two touchdowns helped Roosevelt to a 12-1 
record, a state Class 4A runner-up finish and a final state 
Assoc/afec/ Press ranking of No, 7 ... asajuniorin2000, he 
rushed for 1 ,228 yards and 1 4 touchdowns in a wing-T of- 
fensive attack ..had three TD catches among his six recep- 
tions , , , named second team all-state and second team all- 
county ,,, an outstanding track athlete who was the 200 1 
state Class 4A champion in the 1 00 meters (10,8) and the 
Prince George's County champion in the triple jump and ^.^ 
long jump as ajunior , , , ran on the winning 4x200 lelay 
team at the Nike New Balance Games in January of 2002, 
posting a time of 1 :28,52 (the 10th fastest high school 
indoor mark ever according to Track & Field Newij ... also 
recruited by Northwestern. Georgia Tech. Pittsburgh and 
Georgia ,,. high school coach was Rick Houchens. 



Personal: Joshua Lenard Allen was born June 1 1. 1983 
, son of Leonard Allen , , , major is letters and sciences 
, , , relocated to the Maryland area from Tampa. Fla.. 
after his sophomore year of high school when his fa- 
ther was transferred for job-related reasons ... high 
school teammate of fellow Terp Chris Choice 



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On Ambush: Senior who had a solid season : 
as a starter at the 'Sam' (strong-side) linebacker spot a year 
ago ... a strong special-teams perfomier . has appeared in 
32 career games with the bulk of his work before 2002 corrv 
ing on special teams ... added almost 10 pounds in the off- 
season while keeping his body fat at 5.7 percent, lowest among 
Maryland linebackers. 

2002 (Junior): A starter in all 1 2 games in which he played 
... finished the season with a career-high 44 tackles (27 solo) . 
posted four TFLs, one forced fumble and four quartertMCk hur- 
ries ... [Peach Bowl w. t/7) ... posted five tackles (four solol 
(vs. NGU[ ... made a career-high seven tackles (three s: : 
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on the first series of the game [at UNQ ... had four tackles 
(three solo) . . added one TFL for two yards (w Woffordi 
had four solo tackles and one TFL (minus 1) ... (w. Akroril .. 
made five tackles ... had two solo tackles, including one on 
special teams ... (w. Notre Dame^ ... made first 
career start at linebacker .. recorded four 
total tackles, two solo ... had one tackle for 
a loss of one yard, 

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action in all 1 1 games . firv 
ished the season with eight 
ackles (four solo) and one 
sack successfully over- 
came a dislocated right 
wnst suffered in the 
spring . (w. UV3\ ... 
had the biggest play of his 
career by recovering a 
blocked punt for a touch- 
down to put Maryland up 24-7 
at halftime ... it was the first 
Dme that a Maryland player r^ 
turned a blocked punt for a 
touchdown since 1992 when 
Jermaine Lewis scored vs. 
Georgia Tech 

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

1 999 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated in 1 999 from Gov. Thomas Johnson 

High School in Frederick. Md. ... consensus alFstate linebacker 
as a junior in 1997 but was limited to just four games as a 
senior after suffering a dislocated elbow early in the fifth game 
of the season ... was leading his team in rushing and sconng 
at the time of the inju7 ^^^ 3" AlWmenca pick by PrepStar 
and an all-region choice by SuperPrep ... as a junior, helped 
lead his team to the state 3A title game and an 1 1 -2 record ... 
totaled 125 tackles, including 1 1 for losses, and also rushed 
for more than 1 .000 yards in 1 997. when he was one of just 
three juniors named to the consensus all-state team ... was 
also named the Frederick News-Post Mid-Maryland Defensive 
Player of the Year as a junior ... was a second team all^tate 
selection as a sophomore in 1 995 after rushing for more than 
800 yards and helping his team to a 1 0-2 record ... coach was 
Ben Wnght. who rated him tfie best linebacker he had ever 
coached and among the most gifted athletes ever at Gov. Tho- 
mas Johnson High 

Personal: Leroy L Ambush was bom March 1 6. 1981 ... son 
of Kim and Leroy Ambush . majoring in cnminology and cnn*- 
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On Augustyn: Wideout in his second season wino wall<ed 
on a year ago . , . worted pnmanly with the scout team last 
season .. came to IWaryland on a lacrosse scholarship ... was 
a midfielder for the Terps as a freshman in the spring of 2002. 

2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 200 1 graduate 
of Robinson High School in Fairfax, Vtt. . . set school records 
for most receptions in a game and longest kickoff return for a 
touchdown . , . team went an amazing 34-5 in his thiee years, 
winning the state championship his sophomore season ... 
was a four-year letterwinner and prep All-American in lacrosse 
... team won state championship his senior season ... also 
competed in track and field ... named his schools Athlete of 
the Year as a senior ... high school coach was Mark Bendorf . 

Personal: Tom Joseph Augustyn was born April 4, 1 983, in 
Grosse Pointe, Mich. ... is the son of Joe and Michelle Augustyn 
... father who he lists as the person he most admires, works 
for the Central Intelligence Agency . . . majonng in kinesiology 
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On Bonham: Third-year player who has the ideal physical 
attributes of a college lineman ... was in good shape for a 
freshman when he arrived at Maryland and has improved his 
strength dramatically since his arrival ... posted the largest 
strength improvement of any Terp offensive lineman for the 
second off-season in a row ... improved his bench (405, +25 
pounds], clean (303, +50 pounds) and squat (610, +25 
pounds] numbers, earning Iron Terp status in the process ... 
enters tfie season as a backup to C.J. Brooks at left guard. 

2002 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in 10 games ... 
playing time came as a reserve, primarily at left guard ... was 
in for 54 plays ... registered three "big blocks." 

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High School: A four-year letterwinner and 2001 graduate 
of Carver High School in Winston-Salem, IM.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 selec- 
tion as a junior and senior ... was the only junior in the state 
to earn first-team honors ... was also an All-North Piedmont 
Conference selection and that conferences offensive player 
of the year as a senior ... was selected to play in the North 
Carolina Shrine Bowl All-Star game ... rated by ESPNxomi 
Tom Lemming as one of the top 25 offensive-line recruits in 
the country ... helped team to over 6,000 yards rushing in 
four years . , Carver ran up a 63-3 record in that span, win- 
ning the 1 998 Class 3A State Championship along the way , . . 
CHS went 14-1 in 2000, winning 1 4 straight before falling in 
the state semifinals . . threw the shot put for the track team 
... was also recruited by Virginia Tech, NC State, South Caro- 
lina and Virginia ... high school coach was Keith Wilkes. 

Personal: Russell Jimi Bonham was born May 2, 1 983 . . . is 

the son of Jimmie and Carmen Bonham ... maintains a 3.1 
GPA , . . majoring in family studies. . . nickname is "Big Russ" . . . 
uncle, Bracy Bonham, was a North Carolina high school star 
who ultimately played in the NFL (Pittsburgh Steelers) . . , wears 
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On Brant: Second-year free safety who will likely spend his 
season working with the Terrapins' defensive scout team ... is 
still suffering the repercussions of a back injuiy suffered last 
year. 



2002 (Freshman): Did not see game action .,, had 
a ruptured disc in his lower back which limited his 
work. 



High School: Graduated from Gonzaga College High 
School in 2002 ... thnee-year varsity lettenwinner in football 
and lacrosse ... as a senior, tied for the league lead in inter- 
ceptions (nine) , . registered 92 total tackles and four fumble 
recoveries ... had a 20-tackle, two-intetception effort vs. St. 
Johns ... also was his teams long snapper . first team All- 
WCAC choice who helped his team to a 9-3 record and the 
WCAC title game . . . started at free safety and long snapper as 
a junior ... was an all-league choice in lacrosse his junior and 
senior seasons. 

Personal: Matthew Deichsel Brant was born August 10, 1983 
... son of Linda and Michael Brant , his father lettered at 
Maryland from 1 967-69, and his uncle. Tim, lettered at Mary- 
land from 1 970-72 . . , uncle is sportscaster of ABC TV fame , . . 
cousin, Kevin, is a senior safety at UCLA . , has one brother 
and one sister... majonng in letters and sciences. 

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On Brooks: Fourth-year junior who has become one of the 
best guards in the ACC ... shifted from tackle to guard last 
season while filling in at tackle when necessary ... a starter in 
all 25 games of his career , . , a very technical blocker who has 
a firm grasp of the offense and blocking schemes . . . gets after 
opponents and takes pride in finishing his blocks ... one of 
the most aggressive players on the team ... has good feet 
and ideal size for his position ... joins senior Lamar Bryant to 
form arguably the top guard tandem in the conference ... 
dropped seven pounds in the off-(5season while boosting his 
strength numbers to earn Iron Terp sta- 
tus ... IS the teams third-strongest of- 
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2002 (Sophomore): A starter in all 1 4 games . . . started 1 3 
games at left guard and one at left tackle (necessitated by an 
injury to one of his linemates) . . . honorable mention AII-ACC 
selection , . . recorded a team-high 53 'big blocks'". . . |vs. WFU\ 
... led all offensive linemen with 79 snaps while adding five 
"big blocks" ...[at UVa\ ,,. led the team with two 'big blocks" 
... had one of the key blocks on the TD caught by Chns Downs 
in the first quarter ... (at CU) , , second on the team with six 
'big blocks" and played a team-high 79 snaps ... [vs. NCSUj ... 
led the team with five 'big blocks' in a team-high 56 snaps ... 
(at UNQ ... was the teams second-highest graded starting 
offensive lineman . . . second on the line with four "big blocks' 
and 58 snaps played ... [at Duke\ .. shifted back to his left 
guard spot . was the teamS second-highest graded offen- 
sive lineman ... made a team-high five 'big blocks' and played 
a team-leading 53 snaps ... (vs. G7) first start of the season 

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sive lineman , . . made six 'big blocks' , . . named ACC Offensive 
Lineman of the Week for his efforts , , (vs. fikron] ... had a 
team-high eight big blocks' ...{vi. Notre Dame^ ... first career 
start at guard resulted in him being the gameS highest-graded 
offensive lineman 

2001 (RedJhirt Freshman): Started every game includ- 
ing the Orange Bowl ...a third team Freshman All-American 
by The Sporting News . graded out as the Terps' top line- 
man once and the second-best lineman three times (Eastern 
Michigan, Georgia Tech and Clemson] ... /vs. NCSUI... started 
at left tackle and played 51 snaps ... fvs. Dukej ... had one of 
the finest games of his young career ... graded out as 
Maryland's top offensive lineman along with Melvin Fowler , , 
registered a team-high six big blocks... offense averaged 7 7 
yards per play and totaled 34 first downs ... had an excellent 
block to spring Shaun Hill for his 57-yaiti touchdown run .. 
nominated for ACC Offensive Lineman of the Vl*ek ... played 
56 snaps . . . /vs WFUj ... nominee for ACC Rookie of the \Hfeek 
... 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 
Vlorrcu Ga ..capped his senior season in 1 999 by earning 
honorable mention all-state (Class AAA| honors and first team 
all-area recognition ... graded out at 84 percent dunng the 
season , earned Atlantic Touchdown Club Player of the *feek 
honors ... was an honorable mention all-state and all-aiea 
selection as a junior for a team which went 1 0-2 and ad- 
vanced to the second round of the playoffs ... also competed 
in track, wrestling and basketball. 

Perjonal; Clinton Brooks, Jr was born August 21, 1982 
son of Mataska and Clinton Brooks, Sr ... majoring in commu- 
nications a Marvland scholar-athlete in 2000 and 200 1 



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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 efforts on the scout 
team . . . earned Iron Terp status this year with a 72 1 strength 
index, lOth-best on the team ... strength numbers include a 
365-pound bench press and a 730fiound squat. 

2002 ISophomope): Did not see game action . . . defensive 
scout team Player of tfie Week for his work in practice in the 
week leading up to the NC Statt*game. 

2001 (Freshman): Redshirt season 



High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2001 graduate 
of Northwestern High School in Hyattsville, Md. ... played 
offensive tackle all three years and defensive tackle as a senior 
... named to the Pnnce 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 Eugene Bryan was born September 20, 1 983, 
in Silver Spnng, Md. ... birthday is the same day as this yeart 
West Virginia game . . . son of Buichell and Mancia Bryan ... ma- 
joring in electrical engineering with a minor in business ... has 
worked for the U.S. Customs Seivice in Washington, DC. 



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On Bryant: Fifth-year senior who has come on in the last 
two years and is one of two offensive line returnees who 
earned AII-ACC recognition a year ago ... one of the strongest 
players on the team ... an Iron Terp with a 782 strength index 
(third-best on the team and tops on the offensive line) ... set 
all-time Maryland offensive line 
records for strength index and 
squat (740) , , broke his own ' ^T*^ 
squat record of 695 from a 
year ago ... also squatted 13 
reps of 545 pounds on test- 
ing day ... 475-pound bench 
IS also best among Terp line- 
men ... has good feet and 
excels at pulling ... has ■.. 
played in 32 games, starting 
3 1 . in the last two seasons 
... enters 2003 hav- 
ing started 30 con- 
secutive games, 

2002 (Junior): A starter 

in all 14 games at right 
guard ... second team AII- 
ACC selection ... saw the 
most extensive aaion of any 
Terp lineman in three games 
on the season ... posted 29 
'big blocks' ... [vs. WFUj ... 
played 72 snaps and recorded 
five 'big blocks' ... (af CUj ... 
second-highest graded starting 
lineman while playing 76 snaps 
... made five 'big blocks' ... (vs. 
NCSU\ ... second-highest graded 
lineman ... made three 'big 
blocks'... (atU/vq... tied 
for highest-graded starting -- 




offensive lineman . recorded one 'big block" ... (af Dulce) 
recorded three 'big blocks" ... [vs. GT\ ... led the team with 60 '■ 
snaps played ... notched two 'big blocks" ... (vs. Vlfefford) ... 
played 56 snaps while recording three "big blocks.' 

2001 (Sophomore): Started all 1 1 games plus the Orange 
Bowl .. graded out as the teamj third-best lineman vs. West 
Virginia and Virginia ... \vs. NCSUj ... started at nght guard 
and played 73 snaps ... (w. CUj ... played a season-high 88 
snaps. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshm.m): Did not play in the first two 
games of the season, but came on to play in the final nine 
games, earning a total of six starts at right guaid ... entered 
the season listed No. 2 on the depth chart behind Bob Krantz 
but seized the opportunity to move into a starting role when 
Krantz was bothered by injuries. 

1 999 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... a local prep signee 

■ pected to have an impact as a ti'ue fieshman until 

he fractured the fifth metatarsal in his left foot on the first day 

of fall camp. 

High School: Graduated from Crossland High School in 1 999 
., was a second team Al-Met selection by the Washington 
Post and a first team All-Pnnce George's 4A choice as a senior 
.. named an All-American by PrepStarand an all-region selec- 
tion 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 tackles, six 
sacks and two forced fumbles ... played right tackle on of- 
fense and defensive tackle as a junior his first season of orga- 
nized football ... also played varsity basketball ... high school 
was coach Alan Arnngton. 

Personal: Lamar Cornell Biyant was born January II, 1 98 1 

... son of Ivey Ray Bryant and Elizabetti Washington ... gradu- 
ated with a major in criminology and criminal justice... cur- 
rently majoring in sociology... has sung the national anthem 
at Terp sporting events 



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On Chance: Redshirt senior who was impressive in the off- 
season ... worked his way into being one of the first lesen/e 
defenders into the game for Maryland ... a starting-caliber 
player ... will see a great deal of work in nickel and dime 
situations in 2003 ... athletic enough to cover and big enough 
to be strong in njn support ..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-yaid dash ... 
earned Iron Terp distinction for his work in the weight room 
in the off-season. 



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2002 (Senior); Redshirt season. 

2001 |Junior|: Saw action in 10 games ... finished the 
season with 1 3 tacldes ( 1 solo| . . . spent the majority of his 
time on special teams ... /vs. EMUj made two tacldes ... de- 
flected a punt on special teams ... (vs. UNQ made his debut 
in a Terrapin 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 interceptions ... also 
had 54 tackles, two sacks and seven pass breakups ... was a 
second team NJCM All-American as a sophomore ... an hon- 
orable mention All-American by JC Gndwire 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 1 0th in the 
nation and was sixth in total defense . . . team lost to IVIiddle 
Georgia CC in the Golden Isles Bowl ... was also recruited out 
of UC by West Virginia, Pittsburgh, Tennessee and Syracuse 
... junior college coach was Mark Duda, a former Terrapin 
offensive lineman under Ralph Fnedgen. 

High School; A 1 998 graduate of Ephrata High School in 
Ephrata, Pa. ... a thre^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 defensive back and was named that leagued 
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 . . . majoring in cnminology and crimi- 
nal justice. 



Career Statistics 

Defense MS UT AT TT TFL Sacks 


Int 


2001 10-0 10 3 13/1.3 0^ 0.^0 





2002 Redshirt Season 


Career 104 10 3 13/1.3 M 0.04 








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On Choice: A young player at a position that is one of the 
deepest - if not the deepest - positions on the team ... has 
shown promise in his short time in the program and could 
see playing time as a reserve ... has good speed and quick- 
ness . . . started off at receiver last year but quickly switched to 
corner, where he spent nearly the entire season ... added 18 
pounds In the offseason 
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2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season ., . defensive scout team 
Player of the Week for his work in practice leading up to the 
Florida State game. 

High School; A three-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Gieenbelt, Md. . . . 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 season 
... judged by some analysts to be the top wide receiver and 
cornerback in the state of Maryland . . . rated No. 1 9 among 
the nations defensive backs by SuperPrep following a senior 
season in which he registered 1 2 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 defense, he totaled 1 6 
interceptions his junior and senior seasons ... as a senior the 
big-play wide receiver totaled 1 3 catches for 3 1 9 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 Asso- 
ciated Press ranking of No. 7 ... as a junior in 2000, he to- 
taled 1 1 receptions for 4 1 1 yards and four touchdowns on 
offense in addition to accumulating 52 tackles, four intercep- 
tions and three quarterback sacks as a cornerback on defense 
... he was named honorable mention all-county by the PG 
Journal ... rn track and field, he partrcipated 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: Christopher Rayshaun Choice was born Novem- 
ber II. 1983 ... son of Tony Crooks and Sharon Choice 
majoring in letters and sciences . . . high school teammate of 
fellow Terp Josh Allen. 



CU) ... posted three tackles (avo solo) broke up an option 
in the CU backfield by hitting Charlie Whitehurst as he was 
trying to pitch ... the play created a nine-yard loss and nearly 
a turnover ... (w. NCSUj ... made six tackles, four solo ... \at 
Duke] . . . made two tackles (one solo) .. . played sparingly due 
to a hamstring injury suffered against GT ... {vs. 01] ... had 
five solo tackles ... recovered a Georgia Tech fumble on the 
opening drive of the second quarter ... {at WU] ... was 
second on the team with a caneer-high 1 3 tackles (seven solo) 
... registered one quarterback hurry ... {vs. Wofford] ... made 
his first career fumble recovery on Wofford's opening dnve of 
the game (failed option pitch) ... (vs. FSU] ...was fourth on 
the team with six total tackles . . registered one of the two 
Terp sacks, dropping the quarterback for an eight-yard loss . . . 
also credited with a forced fumble .. {vs. Akron] ... tied for 
second on the team with 
seven total tackles . 
notched second career 
sack for a loss of seven 
yards .,, (vs. Wotre 
Dame) ...made first ca 
reer start and was tied 
for fourth on the 
team with seven 
tackles ... recorded 
first career sack on 
the opening play of / 
the second guar- £' 
ter, dropping at 
Carlyle Holiday *" 
for an 1 1- 
yardloss. / 




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On Cochran: Worked his way into the starting role at the 
Leo outside linebacker position in 2002 . . strong player who 
excels against the run but showed a knack for getting upfield 
in his first season seeing significant playing time ... is at a 
position that is shaping up as one of the deeper spots on the 
team with the emergence of himself and second-year player 
Shawne Merrlman . . . will compete with Mernman for the start- 
ing job in '03 ... posted a 765-pound squat in the spring, best 
ever by a Maryland linebacker. 

2002 (Sophomore): Saw action in all 14 games, starting 
13... lone non-start was due to a hamstring injury , . frnished 
the season sixth on the team in tackles with 69 (4 1 solo) 
also tied for fourth on the team with three sacks while mak- 
ing four tackles for loss and recovering a pair of fumbles ...{at 

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2001 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in 10 games ... fin- 
ished the year with 12 tackles (five solo) and one TFL . . . Ivs 
TSUI . . . finished with a career-high five tackles ... also recorded 
two quarterback hurries ... /vs. Dukej ... totaled two tackles ... 
also recorded his first career tackle for loss for minusone yard. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 2000 graduate of Morristown High School 
. . . captured frrst team all-state honors from the Star-Ledger . . . 
also was named first team All-Morns County for the second 
consecutive season ... helped lead Morristown to an 11-0 
record and a third straight fvUSIAA North Jersey (Section 2, 
Group 3) title as a senior ... had a dominant two-way perfor- 
mance in a 20-16 victory over Roxbury his senior season ... 
an all-region selection by PrepStar... high school coach was 
John Porcelli. 

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



Car««r Statistics 

Defense G^S UT AT 


TT 


TFL SMks 


Int 




2001 m 5 7 


12/1 2 


1 ai 0.^0 


2002 14-13 4! 28 


69/4 9 


4 35 3.0-26 





Career 24-13 46 3S 


81/3.4 


S.0-36 3.0-26 






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On Condo: Fourth-year player who has a stronghold on the 
Terps long-snapping duties while sewing as a backup at the 
'Leo' linebacker position , , has had two solid seasons as a 
snapper since winning a wideopen race for the job in 200 1 
... Maryland has not had a punt blocked in his two years at 
the position ... has now been atop the depth chart at long 
snapper for 26 straight games. 

2002 (Junior): Spent all 1 4 games as the teamS first string 
long-snapper ... posted eight special-teams tackles (four solo| 
... (vs. NCSU) ... had two special teams tackles (one solo) ... 
(at Duke) ... recorded three tackles (two solo). 

2001 (Sophomore): 

Played in all 1 1 regular- 
season games and the 
Orange Bowl, starting 
every game as the 
team's long 
snapper ... 
helped pre- 
vent oppo- 
nents from 
blocking a 
single punt 
or field- 
goal at- 
tempt all year ... made 
three tackles (two solo) on 
the season. 

2000 (Freshman): 

Redshirt season. 

High School: A 

2000 graduate of 
Philipsburg-Osceola 
High School in 
Philipsburg. Pa. ... 
named first team all- 
state by the Pitts- 
burgh Post-Gazette 
as a senior after aish- 
ing for nearly 1,000 
yards and totaling 
more than 1 00 tack- 
les, including 13 sacks ... also htfj three interceptions ... was 
a unaninxjus AJI-Big 8 Conference selection as a running back, 
linebacker and punter ... nominated to play in the Big 33 AJI- 
Star game ... as a junior was a first team alkonference selec- 
tion as a running back, linebacker and punter after rushing 
for 1.008 yards and nine touchdowns while averaging 17 
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tackles per game ... set school career records for rushing yards 
(2, 700) and tackles (374) ....also wrestled (was rated No, I as 
a senior) and played baseball (three-year starling catcher) ... 
honor roll student ... high school coach was Chris Davidson. 

Personal: Jonathan Wade Condo was bom August 26. 1 98 1 
son of Vicki and Richard Condo , . . majoring in science edu- 

i.ition a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2001 



Car««r Statistics 

Dtlenie MS UT AT 


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m. 


Sacks 


Int 


2001 ll-O 2 1 


3/0.3 


0.0-0 


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2002 IfO 4 4 


8/0.6 


0.0-0 


0.^0 





Career 25-0 6 5 


1 1/0.4 


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On Cox: Fifth-year senior who will enter his final season as 
a viable honors candidate ... a 33-game starter for his career 
entering 2003 , , , a key cog in a strong Maryland secondary 
that returns all four starters from a 
year ago . , , a physical corner who 
excels in press coverage schemes 
. . has the ability to throw receiv- 
ers off of their initial routes ... a 
sure tackier who is solid in run 
support ... has been an Iron 
Terp since his redshirt fresh- 
man season ... posted a 355- 
pound bench press, 570- 
pound squat and a 37-inch ver- 
tical jump for a 746 strength in- 
dex, second-best among defen- 
sive backs ... set a team record 
for DBS with a 352-pound clean 
in the spring. 

2002 (Junior): A starter in all 
14 games . . tied his career 
high with three interceptions 
and set career marks in tackles 
(58), TFLs (7.0) and sacks (2.0) 
. . . also had 1 1 pass breakups, sec- 
ond-most on the team ... returned two 
of his three interceptions for touchdowns 
... (Peach Bowl vs. LfT) ... had one of the 
teamis best defensive performances . 
had seven tackles (all solo), an intercepDon 
and two pass breakups ... returned his intercep- 
tion of Vol QB Casey Clausen 54 yards for a touchdown, giv- 
ing the Terps a 1 4-0 second-quarter lead ... (at UVa) . . . made 
three tackles (two solo) ... notched a TFL for one yard, con- 
taining an end-around in the first quarter ... added a pass 
breakup ... (at UNC) ... secured the lone Terp \NJ on the day 
in the second quarter picking off a pass at the UNC 47-yard 

• 2002 CHICK-FIL-A PE 



line and returning it 1 7 yards ... notched four solo tackles 
made one TFL for four yards and also had a pass breakup '• 
(at Duke) ... scored his first career TO on a nine-yard intercep- 
tion return in the second quarter ... notched four tackles (three 
solo) ... (vs. GT) ... made five tackles (four solo) ... forced a 
fumble in the fourth quarter which Domonique Foxworth re- 
turned for a TD ... (vs. Wofford) . , posted his second sack of 
the season on a first-quarter hit of Jeff Zolman for a loss of six 
yards ... (vs. FSU) ... registered four solo tackles ... made three 
pass breakups ... (vs. Notre Dame) ... had eight tackles, in- 
cluding seven solos and two for loss . . made several key plays 
to help keep the Terps close ... prevented a touchdown with 
a tackle near the goal line late in the second quarter ... regis- 
tered first career sack in the first quarter , . had two outstand- 
ing third-down plays, including his only pass breakup, to stall 
Notre Dame drives, 

2001 (Sophomore): Started in 10 games (played In all II) 

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, CD) , , , intercepted his third pass of the 
year and returned it to the Clemson 2-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 
season and led to a field goal ... (vs. GT) ... did not start for 
the first time in 200 1 due to a shoulder injuiy ... 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. 



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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) ... finished 

second on the team with two interceptions ... had picks vs. 

Middle Tennessee State and Wake Forest ... season-high 

eight total tackles vs. Virginia ... had six stops vs. Vlfest 

Virginia ... also had four pass breakups and a fumble re- 

cove7 

1999 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 1 999 graduate of Gonzaga College 
High School in Washington, DC, ... was a first team 
All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference selec- 
tion as a defensive back and a second team /\il-Met 
selection by the Washington Post .., also was ac- 
corded /\ll-/\menca honors by PrepStar and honor- 
able mention /yi-/\merica honors from USA Today ,., 
as a senior in 1998, averaged an impressive 25.8 
yards per reception, catching 22 passes for 567 yards 
and nine touchdowns ... on defense recorded five 
interceptions . . . averaged nearty 2 1 yaids 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 AlWmerican by 
PrepStar pnor to his senior year .. . was a starter 
at wide receiver and cornerback as a junior 
in 1 997 when Gonzaga went 1 2- 1 and won 
the WCAC title ... made varsity as a sopho- 
more ... a spnnter on the rack team . 
high school coach was Maus Collins. 

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Personal: Curome Lineal Cox was bom February 28, 1 98 1 
... son of Linda Foster ... graduated with a major In family 
studies . . a Maryland scfiolar-athlete in 1999 and 2001. 




Career Satisfies 

Defense MS UT AT 


n TFL 


Sacks Int 


2000 10-9 17 16 


33/3.3 Ofl 


O.frO 2-30 


2001 11-10 29 5 


34/3.1 1,0-3 


0,0-0 3-41 


2002 14-14 51 7 


58/4.1 7.0-17 


2.09 3-80 


Career 35-33 97 28 


125/3.6 8.0-20 


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On Custis: A piiysical player wfio was moved from cornerback 
to safety prior to the 2001 season and has become a solid 
contributor .., will see action in dime situations, as he did a 
year ago ,, had an outstanding off-season in the weight room 
as he posted the highest strength index on the team (790) 
while earning Iron Terp status . . strength numbers included a 
375-pound bench, 595- 
pound squat and a 37 
1/2-Inch vertical 
jump. 



tacldes (one solo) ... (vs. EMU) ... posted his first career pass 
breakup ... tallied one assisted stop. 

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 se- 
nior after missing his entire junior campaign with a knee in- 
jury ... 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 selec- 
tion by the Washington Post and an All-Montgomery 1A-2A 
choice . . . selected as the Montgomery County Offensive Player 
of the Year by the Montgomery County Coaches /\ssociation 
and was a first team All-Montgomery County choice by the 
Gazette and the Montgomery Journal ... named an All-Ameri- 
can by PrepStar ... eight of his touchdowns went for at least 
40 yards ... was the starting point guard on the basketball 
team as ajunior .., was a regional champion in the 200 meters 
in outdoor track i% ajunior .. 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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Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT 


TT TFL Sacks 


Int 


2001 8-0 


0/0,0 0-0 0-0 


0-0 


2002 14-0 10 4 


14/1,0 1,0-10 1,0-10 


1-0 


Career 22-0 10 4 


14/0.6 1.0-10 1.0-10 


1-0 


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2002 (Sopho- 
more): Saw the most 
significant action of his 
career, playing in all 1 4 
games ,.. finished the 
season with 14 tackles (10 
solo), one sack, one inter- 
ception and two pass break- 
ups .., lone pick of the season 
was memorable as it put the fin- 
ishing touches on the win over NC State 
(at UVa) ,„ recorded two solo tackles, 
tying a career high ,„ (vs, NCSU) „. had the 
game-clinching interception, the first pick of his ca- 
reer, with 14 seconds remaining in the game ,,, also added 
two tackles (one solo) ,.. (atWVU) lone tackle of the game 
came on a fourth-down sack — the first of his career — in the 
fourth quarter for a loss of 10 yards, , (vs Wofford) „ had 
first career forced fumble in the fourth quarter ,,, tallied hvo 




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On Dickerson: Player in his third year at Maryland who could 
play either linebacker or fullback in 2003 . . . spent the spring 
at fullback in an attempt to solidify a position which had its 
depth weakened by the departure of Chad Killian and James 
Lynch ... likelihood is that he will return to his "Sam" spot 
where he will fight for playing time behind senior Leroy Am- 
bush .,, hard-nosed player who has dramatically improved 
his size and strength since enrolling at Maryland ... has good 
instincts and likes to hit .,, an Iron Terp with a 375-pound 
bench and 555-pound squat. 

2002 (Sophomore): Played in 1 1 games, starting one, while 
working at linebacker and on special teams ... finished with 
1 8 tackles (eight unassisted) with a pass bieakup and two 
quarterback hurries ,,. (vs, GT) ,,. made first career start .,. 



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finished with SIX tackles (too solo) had one pass bieakup % 

(vs. FSU) ... credited with a quarterback hurry on a solid hit 
that knocked Florida State QB Chris Rix temporanly out of the 
game in the fourth quarter ... (vs. Akron) ... ranked among 
the top Terp tacklers with six ... recorded three solo tackles in 
his first career game action, 

2001 (Freshman); Redshirt season .,, named defensive 
scout team Player of the Year (along with safety Madieu Will- 
iams) for his work on the practice field. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2001 graduate 
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 inteicep- 
tion as a senior ,,, scored four TDs in 2000 (two rush, one 
reception, and one fumble recovery) ,., had 63 tackles and 
three sacks as a junior . . . also ran for more than 250 yards in 
1 999 ... earned his teams Hammer Award ai a senior as NHS' 
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 1 0-2 that sea- 
son .. , lettered in basketball as well ... was recruited by UMass, 
Marshall and Howard ... high school coach was Ed Shields. 

Personal: Ricardo DeAngilo Dickerson was bom July 10, 
1 982 ... IS the son of Sonya Dickerson and Ricky Kelly ... ma- 
joring in family studies. 



Career Statistics 

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On Duffie: One of the surprise stones of a year ago ,,, 
began the season as a walk-on fullback working with the scout 
team and finished it as the starting nose tackle in the Peach 
Bowl ,.. walked on prior to spring of 2002 , . . enters 2003 as 
a backup to C.J. Feldheim at nose tackle . , added 36 pounds 
to his frame since joining the football team , , . originally came 
to Maryland to play lacrosse but was noticed by the Maryland 
strength staff due to his work ethic in the weight room .,, 
posted a 635-pound squat in spring testing, 

2002 (Freshman): Saw action in two games with one start 
.was only in for one play — as a long-snapper in a runaway 
win over North Carolina — prior to the Peach Bowl start ... 
finished the season with two tackles and one TFL (all in the 
bowl game) ... was named defensive scout team Player of 
the Week for his efforts in the weeks prior to the Georgia Tech 
and Virginia games. 



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High School: A ihicf-ywi Irflcrwinnw <ind zuuu yMuuiiic 
of The l.indon School in Bethesda, Md. ,,. played fullback, 
outside linebacker, tight end and nose tackle as a pnep , , a 
first-team all-county selection as a senior and honorable men- 
tion as a junior ... second team All-Metro as a fullback his 
senior year . , . posted 285 career tackles and 33 sacks . . . team 
defensive MVP as a senior ... led the Interstate Athletics Con- 
ference in tackles in 2000 . , , also lettered in lacrosse and bas- 
ketball . , . honorable mention All-Met in lacrosse . . . high school 
coach was Rob Bordley 

Perjonal: Justin Charles Duffie was born August 25, 1 98 1 , 
in Washington, DC. ... son of Jon and Judy Duffie ... major- 
ing in communications .. . lists Zach Thomas of the Miami Dol- 
phins as his favorite athlete 



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On Dugan: A talented tight end who enters his fourth and 
final season as a starter ... described by his coaches as the 
best blocking tight end in the conference ... has ideal tight- 
end size ... a starter in 34 games for his career . . . big, strong, 
physical player with good hands ... strongest tight end on 
the team ... benched 350 and squatted 540 in spring testing 
... finished second on the team in receptions as a redshirt 
ft^shman in 2000 . . . earned honorable mention AII-ACC hon- 
ors a year ago 

2002 (Junior): A 14-game starter ... honorable mention 
AlWCC selection ... led tight ends with nine receptions for 9 1 
yards and a touchdown ... (at CU) ... had first TD catch of the 
season of four yards on the Terps' first score of the third quar- 
ter ... made a season-high tying two receptions for 13 yards 
... |vs IMotre Damel ... had two receptions for ISyards. 

2001 (Sophomore): Starter in lOof 1 1 regular-season games 
as well as the Orange Bowl . . . lone non-start was against NIC 
State when senior Mart Murphy earned the nod . . . had seven 
receptions for 64 yaids and a touchdown ... (vs. Duke| ... 
caught two passes for 12 yards ... hauled in a four-yard touch- 
down pass from Shaun Hill to put the Terps ahead 28-7 in the 
second quarter ... the touchdown grab was Dugani first of 
the season and the second of his career ... (vs. WFU) . . . made 
his first reception of the season for 1 yards. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman); A lO-game starter at tight 
end ... finished second on the team in receptions (25) and 
receiving yards (3I9| ... named the Terps Freshman of the 
Year . . . opened the season with 1 2 catches in the first thiee 



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games, closed the campaign with 1 3 receptions in the final 
five games - , lone touchdown reception ( 1 yards fi-om Calvin 
McCall) came against Wake Forest ... had career highs for 
receptions (five) and receiving yards (9 1 1 vs. Middle Tennes- 
see State. 

1999 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated in 1 999 ftom Central Catholic fHigh 
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 ^ ||l 
touchdowns ... had II catches /(/ ^ 

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tackles, six 
sacks, four 
forced 
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of fumble re- 
coveries as a senior 
collected 98 tackles 
vvith seven TFLs and 
three sacks as a junior 
... was a first team ail- 
league defensive end 
for two seasons, and a 
second team all-league 
tight end for two seasons 
was a two-year starter, and the 
team captain as a senior ... also par- 
ticipated in track as an outstanding 
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Dugan was born 

Aprils, 1981... 

son of Kathy 

and Pat Dugan 

...graduated with 

a degree ih 

finance. . currently majoring in German business management 

... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 1999 and 2000 



Career Statistics 

Receiving MS Ret Yds 


Avq 


TD 


LP 


2000 


11-10 


25 319 


12.8 


1 


47 


2001 


11-10 


7 64 


9.1 


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2002 


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On Dumas: Senior lineman who fared well in his first season 
as a starter a year ago ... enters 2003 as the incumbent to 
Stan again at right tackle, Scott McBrienS blind side ... an 
athletic player for his size with long arms and good feet ... 
spent last season primarily at left tackle when CJ. Brooks 
moved inside to play guard ... posted an impressive 34Hnch 
vertical jump on testing day ... has 14 2 percent body fat- 
lowest among offensive^ine regulars — on a 3 1 4-pound fi'ame 
... was switched from defensive line to the offensive line dur- 
ing fall of 1 999. 

2002 (Junior): Started all 14 games at tackle ... was the 
starter for 1 2 games on the left side and moved to the right 
side against Georgia Tech and UIMC when injuries to his team- 
mates necessitated it ... (vs. WFU) ... recorded three 'big blocks' 
... (at UVa) ... third-highest rated offensive lineman, playing 
48 snaps ... recorded one 'big block" ... (at CUj ... recorded 
three 'big blocks" ... (vs. NCSU) ... played 53 snaps, recording 
two "big blocks" ... (at UNC) ... played a team-tiigh 61 snaps 
... tied for second on the line with four 'big blocks' ... (at 
Duke) ... played 46 snaps ... recorded two "big blocks' ... (vs. 
Notre Dame) ,.. made his first career start at left tackle. 

2001 (Sophomore): Played in all 1 1 regular-season games 
and the Orange Bowl as a backup at tackle ... (vs. NCSU) ... 
came in for one of the more memo- 
rable moments of the season as I 
was called on for a key fourth-and- 
five conversion on the 
game-winning drive 
after two of his 
teammates col- 
lided and 
were 
knocked 
out of the 
game ... 
played 23 
snaps of 
that ACC- 
clinching 
contest. 




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2000 (Redshjrt 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. 

High School: Graduated in 1 999 from Benjamin Mays High 
School in Atlanta, Ga, ... four-year letterwinner in football and 
three in basketball , . . selected as team captain and a member 
of the All-Metro football team ... was a postseason all-region 
choice by SuperPrep ... blocked eight field goals and extra 
points in his career ... posted 29.5 sacks in his career ... as a 
junior, blocked three field goals and two extra-point attempts 
in addition to registenng 45 tackles and eight sacks ... coach 
was Larry Hellen. 

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



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On Earle: An athletic second-year linebacker who worked 
at the "LEO" position as a true freshman ... has good speed 
... worked primarily with the scout team in his first season, 

2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of Farmingdale High School in Long island, N.y ... a three- 
year starter who played rush end as well as fullback as a prep 
... had 68 tackles, eight sacks, a safety two fumble recover- 
ies, an interception and six QB hurries as a senior despite 
being double-teamed all year ... posted 23 sacks in his thiee 
years as a starter ... a first team All-Nassau County selection in 
200 1 ... a SuperPrep All-American who was rated as the 1 6th- 
best linebacker in the nation and thiid-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 1 0-1 in 2001 and won the Long Island Championships 
... in his final three years, team won one Long Island and two 
Conference I championships . . , also participated in basketball 
(power forward), lacrosse (midfield) and track and 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 ... lived with 
the families of different teammates throughout his high school 
career ... made news by stc ;'Ding at the scene of a head-on 
automobile collision when he was a junior and pulling a 
mother and daughter to safety on the side of the road ... 
majoring in letters and sciences 

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On Eli: Fourth-year junior who saw the most extensive ac- 
tion of his career a year ago . . . stands to see even more time 
in 03 as he will likely be in the rotation at defensive end ... 
enters fall camp behind senior Scott Smith on the depth chart 
... an Iron Terp ... registered a 370-pound bench press on 
testing day. 

2002 (Sophomore): Saw action in four games .,, finished 
the season with seven tackles, six solo, and two tackles for 
loss ... named defensive scout team Player of the Ufeek for 
the West Virginia game ... (at Duke) ... posted a career-high 
four tackles, all unassisted ... also had one TFL 

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

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2000 graduate 
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 (Philadelphia Inquirer) 
honors as a senior ,,, totaled 12 tackles, including 19 TFLs 
and 12 sacks ... opponents would generally njn away from 
his side ... blocked a punt and a PAT attempt ... three-time first 
team All-Tri County ... also played tight end ... played on a 
state championship team as a junior ... team finished 9-3 in 
1998 ... team captain ... outstanding basketball player as a 
prep ... was the MVP of a prep basketball tournament in Ha- 
waii prior to his senior year ,, captained his basketball and 
baseball teams ... high school coach was Al Ono, 

Personal: Kevin Shawn Eli was born July 7, 1981 ... son of 
Delia and Harrison Eli ... majoring in cnminologyand criminal 
justice ... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000 and 2001 . 



On Ennis: Second-year walk-on who will serve as a backup 
to Nick Novak at placekicker ... performed well in the spnng, 
consistently hitting from 40 yards and in. 

2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 2002 graduate of Glenelg (Md.) High School 
, . , did not play football as a prep , . , earned letters as a junior 
and senior in soccer and track & field , , , was his soccer teami 
most valuable midfielder as a senior ,,. member of the state 
champion 4X800-meter relay team ... member of SGA, the 
Art Club and Christian Fellowship as a prep. 

Personal: Daniel Patnck Ennis was born on August 31, 1984 
in Baltimore, Md. ... son of Danny and Rebecca Ennis ... ma- 
joring in letters and sciences ... a Terp fan growing up, he 
lists running out of the locker room in full uniform for the first 
time at Byrd Stadium as his biggest athletic thnll 



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On Evans: Senior quarterback who transferred to Maryland 
after a strong year at the junior college level in California in 

2001 ... began his collegiate career at the University of Or- 
egon ... IS competing for the backup spot at OB .. playing 
experience and intelligence had him holding onto the No. 2 
quarterback spot in the spring ... has recovered from a knee 
injury suffered a year ago. 

2002 (Junior): Saw action in a reserve role in one game 
(Eastern Michigan) ... in that game, he tore the anterior cruci- 
ate ligament in his left knee ... pnor to leaving the game, he 
had missed on his lone pass attempt and rushed twice for 1 5 
yards 

Junior College: Graduated from City College of San Fran- 
cisco, where he played one season at the California junior 



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Career Statistics 

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nity College in Suisun City, Calif rated the No 23 JC pros- 
pea in the country (all positions) by SuperPrep , , at CCSF in 
2001. he led his team to the mythical national championship 
and an undefeated season ., completed 165 of 251 |,657) 
passes for 2,391 yards and 28 touchdowns ,, finished the 
season as the slateS second-rated passer posting a quarter- 
back rating of 179,4 .,, CCSF went 12-0 in 2001, defeating 
Palomar College 61-12 in the California Community College 
championship game , . . it was the 36th consecutive win and 
third straight state title for CCSF ... in the state title game, 
Evans threw four touchdown passes, including three in the 
first half as CCSF built a 4 7-0 lead ,, in all, Evans was 1 6 of 28 
for 208 yards and was selected the offensive player of the 
game .. in a big matchup vs. Sacramento CC, Evans had a 
hand in all seven of his teams touchdowns (five passing, two 
rushing! in a 50-22 victory ., 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. 

At Oregon: Redshirted the 1 999 season at the University of 
Oregon before transfemng prior to the start of the fall 2000 
season ... participated in spring drills in 2000. completing 3 
of 1 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 
1 999, during his redshirt freshman season, the Ducks went 9- 
3 and defeated Hilinnesota in the Sun Bowl, 

High School: Graduated from Brookside Christian High 
School (Stockton, Calif.) in 1999 ... was considered one of 
the more athletic signakallers on the Ufest Coast as a senior 
... rated the fourth-best QB and 48th-best player overall on 
SuperPreps list of top players in the West ... named Superior 
California Athletic League MVP after completing 1 6 1 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 
13 touchdowns rushing ... received five of 10 votes on the 
Long Beach Press-Telegrams Best in the West listing . . . earned 
alFstate recognition from Cal-Hi Sports in addition to pulling 
down al^area and AlFSan Joaquin County honors . . was nomi- 
nated to play in the Califomia-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 schools 4x1 00-meter relay team which 
advanced to the state track and field finals . . . seleaed Mary- 
land over Iowa. Oregon Sate, Indiana. Mississippi State and 
Kansas 

Personal: Orlando Antone<:ordell Evans was bom Decem- 
ber 26. 1 980. in Seattle, Wash, , . son of Olivia Collins ... has 
two sisters ,, majoring in criminology and criminal justice. 



Career Statistics 

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On Feldheim: Senior who is looking to return from a knee 
injury suffered in the eighth game of 2002 ... had success- 
fully made the shift from defensive tackle to nose tackle and 
was having his finest year as a Terp before the injury ... has 
improved with each season at the collegiate level ... an intel- 
ligent player who showed a good mix of run-stopping and 
pass-rushing skills 




in his first year at 
tackle ... most 
experienced 
player on the 
defensive line 
... forms a 
strong tan- 
dem in the 
middle along 
with Randy Starks 
... has added 56 
pounds since arriving 
as a true freshman (was 
235 at the time of his ar- 
nvalj ... earned Iron Terp 
status a year ago but did 
not complete testing in 

spnng 02 due to injury ... was able, however to post a 385- 
pound bench, 

2002 (Junior): Started each of the first eight games before 
injunng his knee ,.. injury (torn ACL in his right knee] oc- 
curred on the first play of the Duke game . . . despite missed 
playing time, he tied his career high in tackles (36) while post- 
ing a career-best 5.5 TFLs ,., also had 1,5 sacks ..was third 
on the team with 5.5 TFLs and had three quarterback humes 
when he went down ... (vs. GT) ... had six tackles (four solo) 
... also recorded one TFL for thnee yards ... (at WVU) ... key 
contributor to help to stop the run with seven tackles (two 
solo) ... credited with a half-sack for one yard and a quarter- 
back hurry ... (vs. Wofford] ... posted five tackles (four solo) ... 
led the team with thiee TFLs for 10 yards ... had first sack of 
the season for a seven-yard loss ... had the teams only OB 
hurry ... (vs. EMU) ... notched a career-high nine tackles (three 
solo) --, second on the team in tackles .,, added one TFL for 
SIX yards. 

2001 (Sophomorej: Started all 1 1 regular season games as 

well as the Orange Bowl ... had 36 tackles ( 1 9 solo) including 
five tackles for loss and three sacks ... also batted down one 
pass and had three quarterback humes ... a first team Venzon 
CoSIDA Academic A)l-Distria selection ... (vs. CU) ... recorded 
his third sack of the year while also finishing with four tackles 
... (vs. T5U) ... finished with one sack to go along with ttiiee 
tackles ... (vs. Duke) ... finished with one sack for minus two 



yards ... (vs. GT) ... totaled five tackles including three solo 
stops ... (vs, WVU) ,,, had a career-liigh six tackles (three solo) '■ 
,,, notched his first sack of the season ,.. (vs. WFU) . . made 
three tackles including one for loss (minus three yards) ,., |vs, 
UNC) , , , made his first career start at defensive tackle .,, cred- 
ited with two solo tackles and had one quarterback hurry, 

2000 (Freshman): Appeared in four of the teamS last five 
games of the season ,,, one of just five toje freshmen to see 
action for the Terps .,, played as a resen/e on the defensive 
line , , , made first career appearance in the Wake Forest game 
,., also saw action vs, Duke, NC State and Georgia Tech ,, 
totaled SIX tackles (five solo) ,.. had season-high three solo 
stops (including a sack) vs, NC State. 

High School: A 2000 graduate of Hereford High School in 
Parkton, Md. ,., a two-time consensus all-state seleaion 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 ( 1 997) and 
twice reaching the state semifinals ( 1 998, 1 999) . , , as a senior 
in 1 999, totaled 1 4 sacks, 29 TFLs and 66 total tackles ,„ as a 
fullback, rushed 77 times for 792 yards and 13 touchdowns 
broke his leg in the seasons ninth game „, posted 1 2 sacks 
' junior ,,. also a standout in wrestling and baseball ,.. 
outstanding student who was a Faculty Merit Honor stu- 
dent all four years and a member of the 
'. itional Honor Society ,,, high school 
ich was Steve Turnbaugh. 

Personal: Clifford Paul Feldheim, Jr, 
was born Febnjary 13, 1982 ... son 
of Erica and Cliff Feldheim ... majonng 
in economics ... a Maryland scholar-ath- 
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TFl 


Sacks 


Int 


2000 4^) 5 1 


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On Fenner: Thirc^year receiver who vviil be competing for 
playing time at one of the teams deepest positions ... hard- 
working player witd good quickness who coaches feel is on 
his way to developing Into a strong collegiate receiver ... can 
also return punts and kicks ... has good speed and a 36 I /2- 
inch vertical jump. 

2002 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in eight games... 
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cjich was a touchdown ... also re- 
turned one punt for two yards ... 
missed three games due to a broken 
ankle suffered the week of practice 
before the Eastern Michi- 
gan game... (vs. Akron] 
... made first career 
catch for a touchdown 
on an eight-yard pass 
in the first quarter 

2001 (Fresh- 
man): Redshirt 
season. 

High School: A three 
year prep letterwinner 
who split time be- 
tween Hampton and 
Kecoughton high 
schools in Hamp- 
ton, Va. ... gradu- 
ated from Hamp- .'^ 
ton in 2001 . " 
played his first 
year at Kecoughton before 
transferring for his final two 
years at Hampton ... 
played defensive back all -, 
three years and wide re- • "^- 
ceiver 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 Vir- 
ginia and Connecticut ... high school coach at Hampton was 
Mike Smith. 

Personal: Derrick Donnell Fenner was born on Christmas 
Day 1 982, in Hampton, Va. ... son of Darryl and Reglin Fenner 
... one of SIX children .. majonng in criminology and criminal 
justice ... lists his parents as the people he most admires. 




Career Statistics 

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On Fiddler: A good athlete who began last season with the 
possibility of playing on eii-Ar side of the ball (fullback or line- 
backer) but will head into 2-03 atop the depth chart at full- 
back .. . solid in every aspect as a fullback ... a strong isolation 
blocker who also has good pass<atching skills . . . played line- 
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to play defense at Maryland — but was placed on the offen- 
sive side of the ball during fall of his tiue freshman campaign 
... an Iron Terp with a 658 strength index and 525-pound 
squat. 

2002 (Junior): Saw action in all 14 
games ... got more playing time in the 
second half of the 
season ... fin- 
ished the year 
with seven car- 
ries for 2 1 yards 
and one reception for 
12 yards ... (at UIMC) ... 
had three carries for I 
yards ... (vs. GT) ... had the 
key block on Chns Downs' 64 
yard touchdown run in the 
fourth quarter ... (vs. WoffordI 
.. had his first carry of the sea- 
son for three yards . . . notched , 
his first career reception (12 
yards). 

2001 (Sophomore): Saw 

action in all 1 1 regular season 
games as well as the Orange 
Bowl ... rushed four times 
forl3yards...(vs. EMUj... 
rushed for 13 yards on 
three carries, his first time 
carrying the ball at Mary- 
land ... (vs. UfvlC) ... 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, primanly on special teams ... made one unas- 
sisted tackle. 

1999 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 1 999 graduate of Kingsway High School in 
Swedesboro, N.J ...wasnamedanAII-AmericanbySuperPrep 
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 ...an senior 
ran for 1 . 1 34 yards and 1 9 touchdowns ... caught 1 5 passes 
for 235 yards (15.7 average) ... on defense, totaled 1 1 2 tack- 
les, including 50 solo stops ... also had five inteiceptions, 1 5 
caused fumbles and five fumble recovenes . . . earned first team 
Tri-County Conference honors on both sides of the ball for 
the third consecutive season in 1 998 ... was a two-time first 
team All-Group II selection on defense, earning the honor as 
a junior and senior ... as a junior, rushed for 1 , 00 1 yards and 
nine touchdowns while averaging 7.9 yards per carry ... on 
defense, totaled 90 tackles, three sacks and six caused fumbles 
. . . started at inside linebacker as a sophomore when Kingsway 
advanced to the state title game. 

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



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On Flynn: Junior who spent his first three years at Mary- 
land as a tight end but has switched to offensive tackle, where 
he enters this season as a backup to Stephen Heyer ... added 
10 pounds in the off-season ... has good feet and is a solid 
blocker. 

2002 (Sophomore): Played in all but the first game of the 
season .. did not record any statistics ... named offensive 
scout team Player of the Week for his work in practice the 
weeks leading up to the Clemson and Eastern Michigan 
games. 

2001 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in three games 
... did not hs^e 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 V&lley 
Conference choice and an All-Northeastern Ohio selection as 
a senior ... also named honorable mention all-state .. selected 
to play in the Big 33 All-Star game ... team captain as a senior 
. . . twaway starter at tight end and defensive end in 1 999 ,. . 
graded out at 86 percent for the season in a njn-onented 
offense (only 80 passes thrown all season) ... considered by 
his coaches to be one of the finest blocking tight ends in 
school history . . . standout first baseman on the baseball team 
... high school coach was Don Bucci. 

Personal: Ryan Patrick Flynn was bom January 16, 1 982 ... 
son of Patricia and Thomas Flynn ... major is cnminology and 
criminal justice ... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000 and 
2001 



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On Foxworth: Athletic player who starts at the cornerback 
position progressed into one of the ACCS top cornerbacks 
in 2002 and could press for national recognition in his junior 
year , , . led the conference in passes defensed as a sopho- 
more, earning first team all-league recognition ...a heady 
player who runs well and always seems to be in position 
to make a play ... has one of the best work ethics on the 
team , . , size and strength have improved tremendously 'M 
since joining the collegiate ranks ... one of nine Iron 
Terps in the Maryland defensive backfield . . . posted 
a 38 l/2-inch vertical jump and a 300-pound 
bench in spring testing. 

2002 (Sophomore): Started all 14 games 
... a first team AII-ACC selection in his first 
full year as a starter . . . posted 54 tackles |46 
unassisted], five interceptions, 1 7 pass 
breakups and two fumble recoveries .. 
ranked 1 5th in the NCAA in passes 
defensed (1-64 per game) and 46th in ] 
interceptions (.36 per game), totals 
that ranked first and fourth, respec- ^ | 
lively, in theACC standings ... [Peach 
Bowl w, 1/7) ... had five tackles (all 
solo|, one fumble recov- \ 

ery and three pass 
breakups... (arCU]... 
made an interception 
on Clemsons first 
play of the fourth 
quarter and returned 
it nine yards ... had 
three tackles (two solo) ... had a TD-saving 
tackle on kickoff coverage, running down Justin IVIiller after 
he had broken free for 76 yards ... had two pass breakups ... 
(w. NGU\ ... had a huge game ... made a key interception 
early in the fourth quarter at the Maryland 36 and returned it 
26 yards to IMCSU 38-yard line ... the resulting Terp drive led 
to a TD ... had a pass breakup on a third-down play on the 
drive following his INT ... had a career-high eight tackles (seven 
soio) ... (at Duk^ . . . made an interception on Dukei first drive 
of ttie second half . . . notched five solo tackles . . . added a pass 
breakup . . . ( w. G7) . . . scored first career TD on a 1 2-yard fumble 
recovery and return in the fourth quarter ... had five pass 
breakups ... tied for third on tie team with six tackles, five 
solo ... (af WWj ... made second career interception in the 
third quartet returning it 15 yards ... had three pass break- 
ups, including a leaping deflection inside the Terp 10-yard 

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line in the first quarter ... (w. EMU\ ... made his first career 
interception in the first quarter at the Terps' twayard line, 
halting the Eagles' best touchdown chance of the day ... had 
a return of 14 yards on the pick .., also registered a pass 
breakup and a solo tackle. 

200t (Freshman): Started the final two games of the regular 
■,L',ison and saw playing time in the Orange Bowl ... finished 
the season with eight tackles (all solo), one tackle for loss and 
iwo pass breakups ... was slated to redshirt before injuries 
necessitated his start vs. Clemson ,,. one of four true fresh- 
men to see playrng trme , . . /w, CUj... made his first apperance 
in a Maryland unrform and got the start at one of the 
cornerback spots ... played an outstanding game, finishing 
with five solo tackles and one TFL . . . also defended two passes 
participated in spring drills after graduating early from hrgh 
school. 

High School: Graduated from Western Tech High School in 
Baltimore in the fall of 2000 ... accumulated enough credits 
to graduate early and enroll at Maryland rn the spring ... a 
three-year starter at defensive back and tailback . . . also handled 
kick returns . . . racked up 4.87 1 career all-purpose 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 yaids as a se- 
nior ... as a cornerback, recorded a school-record 
14 interceptions ... had 1 70 yards rushing and 
scored on a 62-yard run in the inaugural 1-95 
Challenge Senior All-Star Football Classic en route 
to being named the games MVP . . . rushed for 
1 ,040 yards, had 73 tackles and five interceptrons 
as a junior ... an All-Amencan and all-region se- 
lettion by SuperPrep . . . was the third-rated player 
in the region overall and the sixth-rated defen- 
sive back in the nation by SuperPrep ... a con- 
sensus all-state defensive back and Big School 
All-State choice by Associated Press ... 
\ earned first team All-Metro and All-Balti- 



, more County honors from the Baltimore 
• ' 5un . . . a first team all-county pick at 
defensive back as a Junior ... benched 
230 and squated 345 ... earned GPA 
of bener than 3.0 ... ran track as a 
freshman but gave it up to concen- 
trate 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 Lonnzo and Kann Foxworth 

. . . majoring in American studies. 



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On Grantham: Second-year walk-on who will look to pro- 
vide depth in the defensive backfield ... performed well a a 
member of the defensive scout team a year ago ... an Iron 
Terp . recorded a 295-pound bench and a 52C>found squat 

in spnng testing. 

2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... named defensive 
scout team Player of the Week for his work in practice the 
week of the Wake Forest game. 

High School: A two-year letterwinner and 2001 graduate 
of Norristown High School in Nornstown, Pa. ... earned all- 
area recognition as a cornerback in 2000 ... played strong 
safely as a junior . , . team went 2 1 -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 javelin. 

Personal: Alan Kent Grantham was born January 1 0, 1 983. 
in Norristown, Pa. ... son of Berdetta Grantham ... majonng 
in economics ... an honor roll student rn high school ... lists 

his mother as the person he most admires 



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On Haigler: Senior who made his mar1( primarily on special 
teams a year ago but could faaor in at corner this season ... 
main question on whether he will play depends on if the Terps 
decide to redshirt him out of need for next season ... the 
Maryland defensive backfield is the deepest position on the 
roster this year but graduates three players at seasons end . . . 
Haigler had ari outstanding spring and off-season ... has good 
speed and strong cover skills ... an Iron Terp with better than 
4.5 speed, a 345-pound bench and a 505-pound squat 

2002 (Junior): Saw action in 1 3 games, notching 10 tack- 
les (eight unassisted) ... [vs. NCSU\ ... had two solo tackles, 
including a key tackle on a punt return late in ttie fourth quar- 
ter to drop Jerricho Cotchety for a threeyard loss at the NGU 

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1 1 -yard line ... {vs. 01] ... notched two solo tackles ... had a 
bone-jarring tackle on the games opening kickoff , , . | w. EMU\ 
... made a career-high three solo tackles. 

Junior College: Attended Lackawanna Junior College in 
Scranton, Pa., where he played the past two seasons under 
former Maryland football player Mark Duda ( 1 979-82) , , was 
always matched up against the opposition^ top receiver . . 
had seven interceptions in his JC career . . . registered 3 7 solo 
tackles, four interceptions and three pass breakups ... earned 
second team Northeast Football Confeience all-league hon- 
ors after helping Ijckawanna to a second consecutive 1 0-0 
regular-season record and a No. 9 final national ranking ... 
Lackawanna finished the year 1 0-1 after falling to Ricks Col- 
lege in the Real Daiiy Bowl in Pocatello. Idaho ... as a fresh- 
man in 2000, he had three interceptions, four pass breakups 
and 1 7 tackles and was a key contributor for a Lackawanna 
team which posted the first 1 0-0 regular season in school his- 
tory and finished the regular season with a final No. 1 na- 
tional ranking ... Lackawanna advanced to the Golden Isles 
Bowl Classic 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 200 1 National Junior 
College Athletic Association football media guide ... selected 
Maryland over Michigan State, Auburn and Kansas State. 

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

Personal: Reuben Haigler was born May 29, 1 982 ,., son of 
Vanessa and Reuben Haiglec Sr ... majonng in family studies 
... family now resides in Jonesboro, Ga. 



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On Harrison: Senior with a great combination of size and 
athleticism ... a versatile player who spent his first season at 
wide receiver a year ago ... spent his first three years as a 
quarterback, but agreed while the team prepared for the Or- 
ange Bowl two years ago to shift to wide teceiver to better 
utilize his skills . . . coaches suggested that he was too talented 
to risk not having him on tne field ... saw aaion as the Terps' 
No. 2 quarterback in 2001 and showed superior talent run- 
ning with the football ... saw time last year as an option quaF 




terback ... transition to receiver v^ js ruldtively easy as his grasp 
of the offense was from a quarterbacks perspective . , . seems 
to run just as fast as he needs to in game situations . . . posted 
a 365-pound bench and 36 1 /2-inch verticaljump in the spring 
... an excellent blocking receiver 

2002 (Junior): Saw action in all 1 4 games, starting eight . . 
finished third on the team in receiving with 20 receptions 
for 369 yards and two touchdowns in his first season at 
wide receiver ... also rushed eight times for 103 yaids ... 
[Peach Bowl vs. L/7) ... led the team with a career-high 
four receptions for 74 yards, including a 36-yarder in the 
third quarter .. , also had one cany for nine yards .. . [at 
CUj ... made two catches for 37 yards ... recovered 
two fumbles in the fourth quarter one which he 
ran into the end zone (play was called back as 
fumbles can't be advanced in game^ waning mo- 
ments) ,., [at UNQ ... had three rushes for 52 yards while 
seeing time at the quarterback position ... (at Duke^ . . . hauled 
in three receptions for a career-high 1 09 yards, more than dou- 
bling his season total at the time ... scoied on the Terps' open- 
ing drive of the second half on a 69-yaid reception ... also saw 
time 3i an option quarterback, gaming 3 1 yaids on three car- 
ries ... (w. EMUj ... caught his first touchdown pass on a 1 9- 
yard reception in the third quarter .. finished the game 
with two catches for 32 yards ... [vs. Akron] ... made his 
first career reception (eight yards) ... broke a tackle in 
the backfield on his lone carry of the game, an end- 
around for 1 1 yards ... pancaked a Zip defender on a 
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2001 (Redshirt Sophofflore): Played 
in four games . . completed 5 of 1 4 
passes for 25 yards with no touch- 
downs or interceptions ... fifth on the '"*' 
team in rushing with 1 40 yards on 1 9 car- 
ries with one touchdown ... averaged 7.4 yaids per carry ... 
(vs. Dukej ... rushed five times for 47 yards including a six- 
yard touchdown run ... the touchdown was the first of his 
career... was 2 of 3 passing for 12 yards... /vs. fSL//... played 
most of the second half ... rushed for 43 yards on seven car- 
ries ... 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 pass to Jafar Will- 
iams ... (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 spnng dnils ... com- 
pleted 7 of 1 passes for 96 yards and a 43-yard touchdown 
pass to Guilian Gary in the Red-White spring game ... shared 
snaps with Shaun Hill dunng the first part of spring drills. 

1999 (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 quarterback chores 
after Calvin McCall left the NC State game injured . . . finished 
the season 5-of-24 passing for 30 yaids ... all three intercep- 
tions 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 nations top-rated 
quarterbacks who passed for 2, 400 yaids and 27 touchdowns 



as a senior on his way to earning SuperPrep and PrepStar 
America honors and honorable mention All-America recogni- 
tion by USA Today ... also intercepted 
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free safety ... was a two-time first team 

all-state and all-city choice 

and the Atlantic public 

schools Player of the Year 

in 1998... was named to 

the state of Georgia's 

Super 1 1 Team and 

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^^^^ Team ... was 
"^f rated the top QB 

in the state and 
among the top 
five quarterbacks 
in the Southeast 
Region ... was s^ 
lected to play in 
the prestigious 
Georgia vs. Florida 
all-star game ... 
was 29-6 in three 
years as his high school teams starting quar- 
terback . . . completed 63 of 1 1 5 passes for 1 , 1 30 yaids 
22 touchdowns as a junior when he was named team 
MVP .. directed his team to records of 12-1 (1997) and 10-2 
( 1 998) his final two seasons. 

Personal: Latrez Harrison was born July 30, 1 980 ... son of 
Charles Phillips and Benjenia Lee ... majonng in criminology 
and cnminal justice. 



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On Henley: An athletic senior who is one of the most versa- 
tile members of the Terp linebacking corps ... could see ac- 
tion at the 'Wiir or "Mike" linebacker spot this season .an 
intelligent, coachable player who will, at a minimum, see ac- 
tion on special teams . . . played just one year of oiganized 
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 ... posted the highest strength index 
(743) of any Maryland linebacker this off-season ... Iron Terp 
with a 370-pound bench and 650-pound squat. 

2002 (Junior): Saw action in all 1 4 games, starting two , , , 
finished with 2 1 tackles ( 1 6 solo|, a half-sack and one quartef 
back hurry ...\at UVa\ .,, had three solo tackles .. combined 
with Randy Starks on a sack for one yard ... |w. G7] ... made 
two tackles (one solo| ... had one QB huriy ... {at IWU) ... 
made second start of the season (in place of Leroy Ambush] 
... start was his first at the 'Sam' position ... recorded five 
tackles (five solo] ... (vs. A/orreDflmel... first start in 10 career 
games had three solo tackles along with one assist 

2001 IRedshirt Sophomore): Played in each of the first 
nine games before suffenng a broken right fibula ... finished 
the year with 22 tackles ( 1 6 solo) and one TFL . . . suffered the 
injury in the Troy State game ... /vs. CUj... totaled three tack- 
les including two solo stops . . . also had one quarterback huriy 
... suffered a broken right fibula to end his season ... /vs. 
Dukej... had the best game of his young career, finishing with 
a career-high eight tackles ... six of the eight stops were of the 
solo vanety ... also had one TFL for minus-two yaids ... broke 
his nose dunng the game ... /vs. IWL//... had a season-high 
four tackles ... /vs. UNQ... saw action in his first career colle- 
giate game ... assisted on two tackles ... showed playmaking 
ability in the spnng game by making two interceptions and 
returning one 48 yards for a touchdown for the White squad. 

High School: A 1999 graduate of DeMatha Catholic High 
School in Hyattsville, Md. ... played for the Stags freshman 
team in 1 996 but did not play football or any other sport the 
remainder of his tenure as, a prep ... graduated from DCHS 
with honors. 

Personal: Andrew Lee Henley was bom February 14, 1981, 
in Washington, D.C. ... son of Garrett and Darlene Henley... 
majonng in economics .. mother is a professor at Howard 
University ... an honor roll student at Maryland. 



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On Meyer: Second-year tackle who saw significant action as 
a true freshman and has impressed coaches with his potential 
... heads into fall camp as the starter at left tackle ... was 
onginally slated to redshirt a year ago, but showed great foot- 
work and maturity in his first fall camp ... wears a size 22 
sneaker off the field but likes to squeeze into an 1 8 cleat on 
game days ... strength numbers include a 375-pound bench 
and a 540-pound squat ... has gained almost 30 pounds since 
the end of his senior season in high school. 

2002 (Freshman): Saw action in each of the final 13games, 
starting one ... posted seven 'big blocks" and was called for 
just two penalties in 178 plays ... (vs. WFU\ ... played nine 
snaps and and posted a strong composite grade in limited 
action ... had one "big block" ... {alCU\ ... saw the most ac- 
tion of the resen/e offensive linemen playing 1 1 snaps and 
graded very highly .. . recorded one "big block" ...{at UNQ . . . 
made first career start at left tackle and graded highly in his 
debut ... start was necessitated by an injury to Matt Crawford 
(regular LT Eric Dumas moved to right tackle) ... recorded four 
"big blocks." 

High School: A two-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of Brookwood High School in Lawrenceville, Ga. ... had not 
played football before going out for the team as a freshman 
... added six inches and 100 pounds to his frame since his 
freshman year ... a player with outstanding charactec accord- 
ing to his high school coach .. . starter at left tackle as a senior 
after playing in a limited role on the varsity as a junior ... 
comes fi-om a program which has forged a reputation for pro- 
ducing outstanding offensive linemen, including Curt McGill 
of Georgia, who was drafted by the NFL in 2002 ... helped 
Brookwood to a 5-5 record in 200 1 ... played for a high school 
program which won 1 00 games during the decade of the 
1 990s and won a state title in 1 996 ... also recruited by Geor- 
gia, Michigan, /\rkansas, Clemson, Ohio State, Florida, /\la- 
bama. Auburn, Vanderbilt and Kentucky . . . Brookwood High 
IS the alma mater of Denver Broncos placekicker Jason Elam. 

Personal: Stephon Jermaine Webster Heyer was born Janu- 
ary 1 6, 1 984 ... son of Ronald and Glenda Heyer . . . majonng 
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On Hollenbach: One of three returning players competing 
for the second-string quarterback duties behind incumbent 
starter Scott McBrien ... a very hard-working player with good 
size and strength ... more of a dropback-siyle quarterback ... 
improved greatly between year one and two .. the lone Iron 
Terp among quarterbacks . . . posted a 325-pound bench and 
a 550-pound squat in spring testing. 

2002 (Freshman). Redshirt season ... named offensive scout 
team Player of the Week for his work in praaice the week of 
the Virginia game. 

High School: A three-year lettenA/inner and 2002 graduate 
of Pennridge High School in Perkasie, Pa., where he played 
for his father, Jeff Hollenbach ... tall, athletic OB with a sttong 
arm who ran a wing-T offensive attack ... three-year varsity 
player who was the teams starting signakaller as a junior 
and senior ...in his two seasons as a starter he completed 
1 68 of 308 (.545) passes for 2, 754 yards and 26 touchdowns 
... he also rushed 57 times for 1 40 yards and 1 1 scores ..as 
a senior, he led Pennndge 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 Cen- 
tral Bucks West , . . performed extremely well in his teamj; two- 
minute offense... passed for 1,250 yards and 12touchdowns 
in 200 1 ... earned a host of awards and honors following his 
senior season, including the Maxwell Avard (one of 25 sn> 
dents-athletes in Philadelphia and South Jersey areas), first 
team all-area by the Philadelptiia Daily News and the Ffilla- 
delphia Inquirer, first team /\ll-National Conference and third 
team all-state by the Pennsylvania Football News ... a pre- 
season and postseason SuperPrep all-region choice ... nomi- 
nated to play in the Big 33 all-star game ... as ajuniot 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 ... had a 3.93 grade point average 
... member of the National Honor Society ... served as the 
president of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... also re- 
cruited by Michigan State, Illinois and Pittsburgh. 

Personal: Samuel Jeffery Hollenbach was born September 
9. 1983, in Doylestown. Pa. ... son of Jeff and Elizabeth 
Hollenbach ... majoring in engineering ... his fathec Jeff, was 
a quarterback at the University of Illinois (1973 and 74) as 
well as at Pennridge. 



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On Holloway: Redshirt freshman linebacker who impressed 
coaches in his first season after walking on ... working at the 
weakside linebacker spot ... athletic player who performed 
well working with the defensive scout team as a true fiesh- 
man 

2002 IFreshman): Redshirt season ... named defensive 
scout team Player of the Week for his work in practice the 
week leading up to the Eastern Michigan game. 

High School: Four-year varsity starter and a 2002 graduate 
of Albany Academy . . . earned All-Independent Private Acad- 
emy and all-county honors as a senior in 2001 ... Offensive 
Player of the Year as a senior and Defensive Player of the Year 
as a junior . , . earned 1 varsity letters during his piep career 
(also played basketball and track) ... a New York state scholar- 
athlete. 

Personal; David Alexander Holloway was born December 
4, 1 983 ... his father, Brian Holloway was an NFL All-Pro who 
played with the New England Patnots and Los Angeles Raid- 
ers ... his maternal grandfather Johnny "Pie" McKenzie, played 
in the NHL for the Boston Bruins ... is the oldest son of eight 
children... majoring in letters and science 



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On Holmes: Redshirt freshman who could figure into the 
mix at middle linebacker ... improved his conditioning in the 
off-season but may still need time at the collegiate level to 
progress into a starting-caliber player 

2002 IFreshman): Redshirt season . . . named defensive scout 
team Player of the Week for his work in prartlce the week of 
the North Carolina game 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of Bowie High School in Bowie, Md. ,, . a thtee-yLvir starter at 
inside linebacker . . . played tight end as well . defensive leader 



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for state championship team in 2001 with 137 tackles, four 
sacks and 1 1 tackles for loss ... played four games with a 
broken thumb but still had nine catches for 1 1 2 yards and a 
touchdown ... started 29 consecutive games at one point in 
his career . . . posted a season-high 1 7 tackles against Douglass 
and Suitland in consecutive weeks ... had 14 tackles in the 
state championship game . . . notched 1 1 tackles as a junior 
and caught 1 2 passes . . . timed at 4 . 7 in the 40 and has posted 
a 330-pound bench and 400-pound squat ... aSuperPrepM]- 
American who was ranked as the 30th-best linebacker in the 
country and fifth-best in the Mid-Atlantic region . . an All-At- 
lantic region selection by PrepStar . . . rated by PrepStaras the 
second-best tight end in the region ... a first team all-state 
selection by Associated Press ... a first team All-Met pick by the 
Washington Post ... named to George Michael^ 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 1 2 years at the school ... the 1 1 -2 mark and 4A state cham- 
pionship in 2001 was the first in school history and came on 
the teams first playoff appearance since 1987 ... played bas- 
ketball as a freshman ... participated in indoor and outdoor 
track ... also recruited by Georgia Tech, LSU, Michigan State, 
Syracuse and Tennessee ... high school coach was Scott 
Chadwick. 

Personal: Reginald Demetrius Holmes was born July 29, 
1984 ... son of Patience and Reggie Holmes, Sr ... father 
played football at NC Central ... cousin, Wayne, was a mem- 
ber of Penn States 1995 Rose Bowl team ... majoring in com- 
munications. 




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On Humber: Redshirt-freshman tailback who will be com- 
peting for playing time at one of the Terps' deepest positions 
... has ideal size, runs well and has good quickness for a player 
of his stature ... has strong pass-catching skills . . . performed 
well on the scout team a year ago. 

2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... named offensive 
scout team Player of the Week for his work in the weeks of 
practice leading up to the Duke and Akron games. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of George Jenkins High School in Lakeland, Fla. . . . a two-year 
starter in the offensive backfield who also played some fiee 
safety ... had never played football before his sophomore year 
of high school ,,, combined for nearly 1, 200 all-purpose yaids 
(700 rushing) as a senior despite being sidelined for the sea- 
son with a dislocated shoulder in the sixth game of the year 
. . had five rushing and three receiving touchdowns in 200 1 
... had a career-long 94-yard TD run against nval Lakeland 
High School ... played tailback and receiver as a junior and 
accounted for 1.800 all-purpose yards ..an honorable men- 




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tion all-distnct and All-Polk County selection as a senior de- 
spite missing four games . . . second team all-county and hon 
orable mention all-district as a junior ... an All-Dixie region 
pick by SuperPrep ... was the first football player from his 
high school to earn a Division l-A scholarship . . . also a mem- 
ber of the GHS weightlifling and track teams ... 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 ... majonng in letters 
and sciences . . . grew up playing soccer . . . spent time volun- 
teering at the Soaring Eagle Football Camp for kids in high 
school. 



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On Jackson: Second-year player who showed playmaking 
ability when pressed into action as a true freshman last sea- 
son ... moved to the "Mike" linebacker position in the spring 
and enters fall camp as the incumbent at that spot ... runs 
well and IS a very sure tack- 
ier .. . an Iron Terp who 
posted a 36 1/2-inch 
vertical jump, a 330- 
pound bench and 
a 535-pound 
squat in spnng. 

2002 (Fresh- 
man): Saw action 
in all 14 games .. 
led all freshmen in 
tackles with 51, 
including 38 solo 
stops ... also had 
three TFLs, three QB hur- 
ries and two forced 
fumbles (second-most 
on the team) ... [at 
D(;*;e).,. tied for sec- 
ond on the team 
with eight tackles 

(six solo) ... (V'5 

EMU] ...hadii' 
stops on the day 
(foursolo)...hadone 

tackle for a loss of one yard .. , posted two quar- 
terback hurnes ... [vs. Akron\ ..had five tackles ^^ 
on the day (four solo) , , registered a forced fumble 
... (vs. NotK Dame^ ... had a strong Terrapin debut, 
finishing the game with seasorvhigh 1 2 total tackles, 
second-most on the team ,. his 10 solo tackles also 
ranked second on the team behind E J. Henderson (II) 
... also contnbuted a forced fumble and two TFLs. 




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High School: Aliiai u'.n icnrtWinnc; ,■;.,; .\.ii.' ,,:•! 

iinole High School in Seminole, Fla. ,. spent time at 
jiker, fullback, quarterback and punter as a piep .. . big- 
hitting linebacker who covers a lot of ground , , made 9 1 
tackles as a senior including 1 sacks , , , also rushed for 950 
yards with a 57-yard average and 13 touchdowns as a full- 
back ,,. made 150 tackles with 16 for a loss, four forced 
fumbles and four fumbles recovered as a junior ... was the 
W/arhawks quarterback in 2000 ... timed at 4,68 in the 40 
and benched 225 pounds 1 9 times at his schools testing day 
,,, a first team all-state selection by the Associated Press as a 
junior and senior . . .a first team all-confeience, all-district 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^ Gulf Coast ,., an All-Dixie 
region selection by SuperPrep ...an All-Southeast region pick 
by PrepStar . played in the prestigious Florida/Georgia All- 
Star game ... led all tacklers with 1 in a 40- 1 3 Florida win . . . 
SHS went 23-4 in his last two years and made the regional 
finals both seasons ... 2000 team was undefeated in the legu- 
lar season and finished 12-1 ... was also recruited by Florida, 
NC State and Louisiana State ... high school coach was Sam 
Roper, 

Personal: DQwell Lamar Jackson was born September 26, 
1 983 , son of Willie and Debra Jackson . . . served ai a men- 
tor for youngsters at a local elementary school ,., vice presi- 
dent of the Varsity Lettermens Club at his high school . . . ma- 
jonng in letters and sciences. 



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On Joe: An athletic linebacker who has been one of the 
more unden-ated player on the Maryland roster the last few 
years ... a postseason honors candidate who will likely draw 
mote acclaim now that two-time All-American E J. Henderson 
has graduated... a sideline-tasideline player from his "Wiir 
linebacker position ... leading returning tackier from a year 
ago ... nintWeading tackier among ACC returnees for 03 ... 
an Iron Terp who is the strongest linebacker on the team and 
posted the highest strength index ever by a Terp linebacker 
(7851 in 2002 ... also owns the record for bench press (475 
poundsl and vertical jump |4 1 intfies| by a Terp linebacker , . , 
incredible physical numbers include a 6 1 5-pound squat, a 363- 
pound clean and a 4,43 time in the 40-yaid dash. 



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les, second-most by a Terp. 
with two tackles for loss.. 

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, had six solo stops along 
also forced two quarter- 



2002 (Junior): Started all 1 3 games in which he played 
... led the team in tackles in three games and posted 
double<)igit tackle performances five times ... fin- 
ished the year second on the team with a career- 
high 1 03 tackles (74 solo| and third with 1 1 quar- 
terback hurries .,, also second on the team 
with nine tackles for loss ... batted 
down three passes ... [Peach Bowl 
vs. UT\ ... made six tackles (five solo) 
while adding an eight-yard sack of 
Casey Clausen .. . [vs. V/PU\ ... third 
on the team with seven tackles 
(six solo) ,,, had one TFL for 
four yards, stopping a 
Wake Forest option 
play, and one 
quarterback 
hurry 
added a 
pass 
breakup on 
a third- 
down play 

in the second quarter to 
force a punt ... (af CL/| ... second on the 
team with seven tackles (five solo) ... 
notched one TFL for a loss of two 
yards ... (vs. NCSU\ ... second on 
the team with 1 1 tackles (five solo) 
... {at UNQ ... was the only Terp 
in double figures with 1 tackles 
(eight solo) ... tied for a team-high 
three TFLs for five yards .. . (at WUj 
... registered 1 1 tackles (six solo) 
posted a quarterback hurry ... 
Woffordj ... one of two Terps with double 
digit tackles ... had 10 stops in the 
game (five solo) ... had one TFL for a 
loss of one yard ... {vs. FSU\ ... 
equalled his career high in tackles 
with 12 ... finished the game with 

1 solo tackles ... had one QB huriy 

... (vs. Akron] ... had a team-high nine tackles. 

2001 (Sophomore): Started all 1 1 games and the Orange 
Bowl at weakside linebacker . . . 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 breakup and a 
team-high nine quarterback hurnes ... [Orange Bowl vs. Uf] 
... had seven tackles (six solo), second-most among Terp de- 
fenders ... [vs. CU) ... finished the game with eight tackles, all 
of which were solo stops ... also had two quarterback hurnes 
... (vs. FSUj . . . ended the game with six tackles including four 
unassisted stops ... [vs. GT] ... tied for third on the team with 

1 1 tackles ... also recorded his first career interception ... (vs. 
UVa] ... second on the team with eight total tackles ... also 
had one tackle for a loss (minus-one yard) and a pass breakup 
... (vs. WVUj ... totaled eight tackles including 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 changed the game, giving the Terps a 19-13 lead 
after WVU scored 1 straight points to tie the contest at 1 ... 
(vs. WFUj ... tallied eight tackles and had one tackle for loss 
(minus-one yard) ... (vs. EMUj ... had five tackles and recorded 
his first career sack for a loss of seven yards ... (vs. UNQ ... 
was impressive in his first career start as he registered 1 tack- 



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2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Appeared in all 1 1 
q imes as a redshirt freshman, seeing his most ex- 
tensive action on special teams ... also backed 
up at an inside linebacker spot ... totaled 
*k. 31 tackles on the season ... had a 55- 
yard fumble return for a touchdown 
against West Virginia .. . totaled 25 tack- 
^ les in one threegame stretch, register- 
ing a career-high 1 2 total tackles at No, 
5 Clemson, seven at Virginia and six 
vs. Florida State. 

1999 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 1 999 graduate 
of Friendly High School in Fort 
Washington, Md. ... played both 
outside and inside linebacker as 
a senior, recording 165 total 
tackles (88 solos) and 10 sacks 
as a fullback, he averaged 
yards per carry in limited 
carnes ... he scored four 
touchdowns, including a 
95-yard TD run in the state 
semifinals ... helped spear- 
head Friendly to the 
county's first Maryland 
state title in 10 years... 
FHS went 13-0, won 
the 3A state cham- 
pionship and fin- 
shed the sea- 
son with a fi- 
nal ranking 



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of No. 3 by the Washington Post . . 
all-region selection by SuperPrep . . 
an all-region choice by PrepStar... 
the No. 3 linebacker in the state by recruiting analyst Tom 
Lemming entering his senior year ... was a first team all-county 
selection as a junior when he played strictly outside linebacker 
... Friendly went 10-2 and advanced to the state semifinals... 
also an outstanding sprinter on the track team. 

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



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On Jones: Fifth-year senior 
who has worked at all three /f 

spots on the defensive line > (I.' 

in his four previous seasons 
at Maryland... enters fall as , 
the backup to Scott Smith at 
end, but is versatile enough 
to move inside if needed 
has good size and solid pass 
rushing skills. 

2002 (Junior): Played in 1 1 
games with no starts ...fin- 
ished the year with 1 1 
tackles (seven 
solo), one 
sack and 
two TFLs 
... [Peach 

Bowl vs. UT] ... posted a sea- 
son-high four tackles (three 
solo) and one sack for minus 
five yards ... (at UNQ ... recorded 
one solo tackle for a loss of two yaitis 
... also notched a QB huriy ... [vs. Notre 
Dame\ ... recorded first tackle (solo) since the 

2000 season. 

2001 (Sophomore): Played in two games 
... did not record any statistics in action 
against West Virginia and Virginia . . . went 
into the season having overcome a lisfranc 
sprain (ligament disruption) in his left foot that was suffered 
in the 2000 season and required surgery. 

2000 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in seven games, 
starting two ., drew starting assignments against Clemson 
and Wake Forest before spraining his left foot and missing 
the remainder of the season . . . finished the year with 1 2 tack- 
les (two for loss) and three quarterback hurnes ... best game 
came at Clemson when he posted seven tackles (two unas- 
sisted), 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 1 12 tackles, including 57 solo stops, four 
sacks and two interceptions ... also was named all-district and 



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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. Pennsylva- 
nia) ... helped his team to a league championship, a state 
regional runner-up showing and a final record of 1 0-2 in 1 998 
... as a junior in 1997, he was accorded first team all-league 
and all-district honors and was a first-team selection on the 
North Central Ohio Football Coaches Association all-star team 
... a three-year varsity starter he totaled 225 total tackles, in- 
cluding 1 08 solos, 1 1 7 assists, five sacks, six tackles for losses, 
five pass breakups, three caused fumbles and two intercep- 
tions during his career ... a two-year starter on the basketball 
team. 

Personal: Landon Quitman Jones was born March 3 1 , 1981 
... son of Luther Jones and Lesslee Keuchler ... majonng in 
family studies. 



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2001 (Redshirt Freshman); Saw action in two games 
(Duke and Troy State) in a backup capacity ... had two carries 
for nine yards ... did not attempt any passes ... spent the 
early part of the season rehabilitating his knee ... came back 
and performed well in practice sessions for the Orange Bowl 
... reinjured his knee prior to fall camp 

2000 (Freshman); 

Redshirt season .. 
tore the anterior 
cruciate liga- 
ment in his left 
knee in the Super 
44 /\I1-Star game in 
the summer of 2000 
... underwent correc- 
tive surgery. 

High School: Graduated in 
2000 from Seneca Valley High 
School in Germantown, Md. 
.<^ar , ...highly decorated signal- 

^^"■^iS- '*^"' caller who was rated 

"^^^ among the top prep 

" '<^J|^k \ quarterbacks in the 

^^JHr \ ,, _ country... was named 
Maryland state player 
of the year by USA Today 
and the offensive player of 
the year in Maryland by the 
/\ssociated Press ... a two- 
,:--^ time consensus all-state 

^ quarterback ... Sen- 

eca Valley was 
26-0 with him 
as the starting 
quarterback 
and 39-0 with him somewhere in the starting lineup ... earned 
All-America honors from SuperPrep. PrepStar and by Max 
Emfinger ... was rated the No 1 QB in the Atlantic legion 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 touch- 
downs in addition to rushing for 1,278 yards and 16 IDs ... 
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 1 8, 
1981 ... son of Teresa and John Kelley ... college major is 
family studies. 



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On Kelley: Former quarterback who has moved to strong 
safety to better utilize his skills in 2003 ... a haid-nosed com- 
petitor who will see time in nickel and dime situations ... was 
slowed by injury in each of his first three years at the colle- 
giate level but recovered quickly from a knee injury to see 
action at QB last year ... tore the anterior cruciate ligament in 
his right knee pnor to last years spring game . , tore the ACL 
in his left knee after high school and then again prior to fall 
camp in 200 1 ... one of the more highly-recruited players on 
the roster ... showed a nose for the ball and good hitting 
ability in his first off-season at defensive back. 

2002 (Sophomore): Saw action in 1 1 games as a backup 
signal caller ... completed 17 of 38 passes for 171 yards ... 
rushed 26 times for a one-yard net ... [at UNQ ... had seven 
carries for 24 yards ... had a career-long rush of 27 yards in 
the third quarter ... was l-for-3 for 10 yards passing ... (w. 
G7) ... replaced Scott McBrien in the third quarter after McBrien 
was poked in the eye ... was 1 -for-2 with 12 yards passing .. . 
(vs. EMUj ... completed all of his passes (3-for-3) after coming 
in during the third quarter ... [vs. FSUj ... registered career 
highs in completions (six) and passing yards (54) on hrs five 
drives ... finished 6-for-l 1 with 54 yards and two INTs. 



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On Kershaw: True sophomore who performed well in his 
firsi year a season ago ... was one of eight true freshman to 
see playing time a year ago ... picked up the system well and 
showed the ability to get to the ball . . . started spring at middle 
linebacker but switched back to strongside where he enters 
fall as the backup to Leroy Ambush ... has put on 27 pounds 
since the start of his freshman season. 

2002 (Freshman): Saw action in 10 games ... posted 29 
tackles 1 1 3 unassisted] and one quarterback huriy ... (vs. Ak- 
ron] . . . Tnished second on the team with a season-high eight 
tackles ... six tackles were solo efforts ... (vs. Notre Dame/j . . . 

opened his college 
career by coming 
up with seven 
tackles (two 
solo) against the 
Insh ... five as- 
sisted tackles 
tied for a team 
high 

^ High School: A 

three-year lettewinner 
and 2002 graduate of 
Hoke County High School 
n Raeford, N.C. ... a twa 
year starter at middle line- 
backer ... racked up 
135 tackles with 
two intercep- 
tions, four 
fumble recover- 
ies and seven 
sacks as a se- 
nior... 69 of his 135 
tackles were of the solo 
variety ... timed at 4.56 
in the 40 . . . posted a bench 
press of 320 pounds and a 
475-pound squat ... a first team 
All-Mid Southeastern Confer- 
ence selection as a senior 
and a junior ...a first team 
alkegion pick as a senior ... an honorable mention all-iegion 
selection by PrepStar ..^ also a two-year letterman in basket- 
ball ... was also recnjited by Wake Forest. Duke and Rich- 
mond ... high school coach was^reg Bryant. 

Personal: William Howard Kershaw was born December 
15. 1 983 son of Betty and William Kershaw Sr . . . major- 
ing in letters and sciences . . . nicknamed the 'Hit Man' by his 
high school teammates. 
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On Lombardo: Offensive tackle who has shown potential 
in his first three seasons with the Terps ... has good size and 
strength ... has performed well in limited action ... starting 
caliber player who enters the season as a backup at right 
tackle ... posted the second-highest strength index (730) 
among offensive linemen and ninth-highest on the team in 
earning Iron Terp honors for the second straight year ... 
benched 405 and squatted 675 on testing day 

2002 (Sophomore): Played in 1 1 games ... missed a pair 
of games due to a high left ankle sprain ... was in for a sea- 
son-high 13 plays against Eastern Michigan and Duke ... (vs. 
Akron] ... posted his lone "big block" of the season. 

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

2000 (Freshman): l?edshirt 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 se- 
nior, was an all-re- 
gion selection by 
PrepStar ... named 
first team A)l-Balti 
more City/Count\ 
by the Baltimore 
Sun ... high 
school coach 
was Jay 
Robinson. 



Personal: Louis Breschi Lombardo was born May 1 9, 1 982 
... son of Maria and Santo Lombardo ... majoring in criminol- 
ogy and criminal justice ... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000 
and 2001. 



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redshirted last year after transferring from Ohio State prior to 
the season ... has found a home at tailback after splitting time 
between there and fullback a year ago . . . likely earned play- 
ing time this fall with a strong spring campaign ... led all rush- 
ers in this years spring game with 89 yards on 1 3 carries ... a 
bruising runner with quick feet ... an Iron Terp who posted 
the highest strength index (692) among Maryland running 
backs in the spring . . . strength numbers include a 325-pound 
bench press and a 550-pound squat. 

2002 (Junior): Redshirt season. 

2001 (Sophomore at OSU): Saw action In 10 games ... 

had 39 carries for 1 68 yards, third-most on the team . . . aver- 
aged 4.3 yards per carry . . . career-high 68 yards came on 1 4 
carries in the season^jpener against Akron. 

2000 (Freshman at OSU): Appeared in four games as a 
true freshman ... rushed 22 times for 50 yards and a touch- 
down ... first career TD came in his first collegiate game (a 
seven-yard run vs. Penn State). 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and 2000 graduate 

of Harrison (N.Y) High School ... ran for over 7,000 yards 
and 99 touchdowns in his prep career ... a Parade M\- 
American and high school player of the year in the 
state of New York . . . helped lead team to state title in 
his senior year ... rated by one recruiting service as 
the top back in the country as a senior ... was re- 
cruited by Ohio State, Syracuse, Florida State and 
Georgia Tech ... high school coach was Art Troilo. 

Personal: Samuel Rafeal Maldonado was bom January 22, 

1982, in Bronx, N.Y. ... son of Rafael and Mereyda Maldonado 
. majoring in family studies... is the youngest of three broth- 
ers ... hometown, Harrison, N.Y, is the same as that of Ralph 

Friedgen. 



Career Statistics 

Rushinq 0^5 Att. Gain Lost Net 


Av^t 


m w 


2OOO1OSUI 4-0 22 54 4 50 


2.3 


1 7 


2001 lOSUI lOfl 39 174 6 168 


4.3 


19 


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On McBrien: Southpaw quarterback who transferred from 
West Virginia just before the start of the 2001 season and is 
now firmly entrenched as the Terps' starter ... is the first quar- 
terback since Friedgens arrival to return after a full season as 
a starter ,. . struggled somewhat at the start of 2002 but came 
on and ultimately became one of the top quarterbacks in the 
ACC ... has a strong arm ,, , throws the out and deep ball well 
... has good quickness and makes good decisions on when 
to pull It down and run with the ball . . , turned what was 
once a question mark - his ability to effectively run the option 
- into a strength by the end of his junior season ... body fat 
was measured at a team-low 2.2 percent in the spring ... is 
surprisingly strong ... posted a 285-pound bench and 440- 
pound squat on testing day 

2002 (Junior): Starter in all 14 games ... honorable men- 
tion AII-ACC ... finished the season second in the ACC and 
1 2th in the NCAA in passing efficiency with a 1 4 1 .3 rating . . . 
rating was the lifth-best in school histoiy ... completed 1 62 of 
284 passes with 15 TDs and 10 interceptions ... threw for 
2,497 yards, also fifth-most in school histoiy ... rushed for 
284 yards and seven touchdowns, third-most on the team ... 
[Peach Bowl vs. UT] ... named the Outstanding Offensive 



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Player of the Game ... completed 11 of 19 passes for 120 
yards, but did most of the damage with his legs ... rushed 
seven times for 36 yards with a pair of touchdowns 
.. scored the game^ first TD on a bootleg on 
fourth-and-goal . . . second TD - a six-yard run - 
sealed the Terp victory early in the fourth quar- 
ter ... [vs. WFUj ... finished with a career-high -^j^^ 
1 7 completions in 28 attempts for 275 yards ^ 
and two touchdowns ... both TD tosses came 
in the second quarter ... the first was to Chris 
Downs on a 38-yard screen pass, while 
the second was on an 1 1 -yard 
stnke to Rich Parson ... was 15- 
for-20 for 257 yards at halftime 
... had 42 yards rushing on 
eight attempts without being 
sacked ... {atCUj ... was 13- 
for-23 for 1 53 yards with a ca- 
reer-high tying three TDs and a sea- 
son-high three INTs ... rushed for a ca- 
reer-high 67 yards on nine carries, includ- 
ing the Terps' final score of the day on a 
three-yard keeper ... had a career-long 54- 
yard run where a screen was called but 
upon seeing the play was covered, he 
pulled the ball down and ran to set up 
the Terps' first score... {vs.NCSUi ... scored 
the game-tying touchdown on a 21 -yard 
run off a play-action fake in the fourth quar- 
ter... was I0-for-18(55percent)for 130yards 
... rushed nine times for 33 yards... completed 
a 36-yard pass to Steve Suter to put the Terps in 
position for the game-winning FG ... had a 46-yairt 
run called back due to a penalty in the second quarter 
on the same style of play he scored the TD on . . . |af UNQ . . . 
finished 6 of 1 1 for 1 90 yards, with one TD and no INTs , , , the 
TD pass was the Terps' first score of the game and came on an 
80-yard pass to Scooter Monroe in the first quarter ... aver- 
aged 31.7 yards per completion ... {at Duke] ... finished 16- 
for-21 for 264 yards, two touchdowns and one INT ... his 
longest pass of the day was a 69-yarder to Latrez Harrison for 
a TD in the third quarter ... had a three-yard rushing TD at 
the end of the first half... [vs. G7) ... finished the game 
1 1-for-l 9 (58 percent) for 1 98 yards ,., left the game > 
after being poked in the eye in the thind quarter but '^ , •■ 
later returned ... completed 80 percent of his second- ' V 
half passes (4-for-5) for 91 yards ... (at WVUj ... finished - *^ 
the game 8-for- 18(44 percent] with 1 62 yards, one TD and 
zero INTs in the game against his former team ... had a run of 
2 1 yards for the Terps' first TD of the game ... the touchdown 
pass came on a 45-yard play-action pass to Jafar Williams for 
the team's third TD in the first quarter ... was 4-for-5 in the first 
quarter with three completions for over 20 yards (21,25, 45) 
... (vs. EMUj ... finished with a career-high in passing yards 
(300) and touchdowns (three) ... completed 74 percent of his 
passes, finishing the night 14-for-19 in two and a half quar- 
ters ... final OB rating for the game was 258.4 ... had the 
second-longest TD pass in Terp history by completing a 91- 
yard strike to Steve Suter ... surpassed his previous career-best 
passing mark of 252 by halftime as he thiew for 266 yards .. 
(w. Akron] ... notched first career rushing TD on the Terps 
first score of the day with a two-yard option keeper ... his first 
Terp touchdown toss came on the next drive on an eight- 
yard pass to Derrick Fenner 



2001 ISophomorej; 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. 





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2000 (Freshman at VWU) : Saw action in 1 games 
as a redshirt freshman, starting one ... completed 
42 of 99 passes for 755 yards, three touchdowns 
and three interceptions ... first extensive action 
came against Notre Dame, where he 
played the final three quarters in 
relief of Brad Lewis ... started slow 
but finished with 252 yards pass- 
ing with one TD pass... first colle- 
giate start came against Syracuse 
of 21 for 1 56 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 Catholic High 
School in Hyattsville, Md. ... led the Stags to 
a 1 3-0 season and a No. 13 national ranking 
by USA Today 3S a senior (1999) ... com- 
pleted 90 of 131 passes (.687) for 
1 ,878 yards and 25 touchdowns 
with no interceptions in 
1999 ... was a second 
team all-state selection 
as a junior after throw- 
ing for 1 6 TDs and 
just three intercep- 
tions .a two-time 
All-Met seleaion by 
the Washington 
Post... also 3 two- 
tlme all-county se- 
lection by the PGJour- 
nal ... Prince George's 
County offensive most valuable 
player as a senior ,. prep football 
coach was Bill McGregor 



Personal: R Scott McBnen was born Feb- 
ruary 17, 1980 ... son of Ernie and 
Kathleen McBnen . . . majoring in criminol- 
ogy and cnminal justice. 



Career Statistics 

Passinn MJ AttComp Int Yds 


ftt 


TD 


IP 


2000 IWVUII 0-1 99 42 3 755 


.423 


3 


60 


2001 Redshirt Season i 


2002 14-14 284 162 10 2,497 


.570 


15 


91 


Career 24-15 383 204 13 3,252 


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On McDonald: Offensive lineman who walked on at Maiy- 
Ijnd ti year dgo after spending his first season at the colle- 
giate level at Concord (W Va,| College .. worked with the 
offensive scout team a year ago. . spent most of his first sea- 
son at guard but will most likely work at center in 2003. 

2002 |Sophomore|: Redshirt season. 

2001 (Freshman at CC|: Lettered in both football and 
track at Concord College ... an honorable mention all-confer- 
ence pick and team Newcomer of the Year . . . threw the shot, 
hammer and discus in track. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and 2001 graduate 
of Williamsport [U6] High School ... a second team all-state 
selction as a senior ... first team alkounty as a junior and 
senior ... team captain ... also ran track and wiestled ... fin- 
ished second in state as a senior and set a school lecord for 
pins a% a wrestler ... high school coach was Eric Michael. 

Personal: RyanJ. McDonald was born September 10, 1983, 
in I- agerstown, Md. ... is the son of Edward and Cindy 
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On McPhearson: Sophomore who is coming off of his first 
year seeing aaion at the collegiate level ... played well in 
limited playing time ... competing for playing time in a sec- 
ondary full of talent and depth ... a player to watch in the 
future ... timed at 4.47 in the 4d^arti dash and recorded a 38 
l/2-inch vertcal on testing day in 2002 ... missed spring of 
03 due to a left shoulder dislocation. 



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2002 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in 1 3 games, play- 
ing primarily on special teams . , finished the season with 1 6 
tackles (13 solo|, one pass breakup and one interception .. 
|af Ou/te) ... had three tackles (two solo) ... (c?t WVUj ... made 
first career NT to halt a late Mountaineer scoring dnve. 

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 yartjs, 
caught 10 passes for 228 yards, and scored 1 1 touchdowns 
on defense, totaled 43 tackles and two interceptions ... as 
a junior, rushed for 1,423 yards and scored 18 touchdowns 
... was named Associated Press Small School all-state honor- 
able mention as a defensive back ai a senior ... named to 
SuperPrep'i all-region team ... a preseason Mid-Atlantic all-re- 
gion choice by PrepStar . . . played his final season of prep ball 
at Howard High School after transferring from the Cardinal 
Gibbons School in Baltimore . . was also recruited by Boston 
College and Virginia . . high school coach was Mnce Parnell. 

Personal: Gerrick Harold McPhearson was born December 
29, 1 983 ... son of Kim and Gerrick McPhearson . . . majoring 
in family studies . . . father played defensive back at Boston 
College and with the New England Patriots. 




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Syracuse . . . helped McCaskey to a 1 0-2 overall record, league 
co-championship and a district runner-up showing in 
2001 ...finished his three-year career ranked among the top 
five receivers in school history ... in three years as a starter on 
the varsity, he totaled 87 receptions for 1,838 yards (21.1 
average) and 1 7 touchdowns ... also par- 
X ticipated on the track and field team, 
^■^ competing in the triple jump (44- 1 1 ), 
100 meters (10.8) and the 4x100 
and 4x400 relays ... helped 
McCaskey to the county track 
championship in 2001 . played at 
the same high school that pro- 
duced former Dallas Cowboy 
Doug Dennison ... also re- 
cruited by Georgia Tech, 
Virginia Tech, Pitt, Penn 
State and Duke ... high 
school coach was Scott Feldman. 




Personal: Daniel Melendez was 
born February 16, 1984, in 
Bronx, NX ... son of Diana and 
Al McHenry ... majoring in let- 
ters and sciences. 



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TD 


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On Melendez: Talented young receiver who should figure 
into the mix in his second year ... has good speed and great 
hands ... uses his hands well to get open ... one of two true 
freshman wideouts to make an impact a year ago |Jo Jo \telker 
the other) ... posted a 38 1/2-inch vertical jump in spring 
testing. 

2002 (Freshman): Played in each of the final 1 1 games of 
the season ... had six receptions for 62 yards ... \al Duke^ ... 
had three receptions for 37 yards, both season highs ... hauled 
in a 25-yard reception in the third quarter ... |w. EMUl ... saw 
the first action of his collegiate career and made two catches 
for 1 S yards 

High School: A threeyear letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of J.P McCaskey High School in Lancaster Pa. ... named Asso- 
ciated Press Big Schools all-state and All-East tyy Student Sports 
Magazine as a senior .. . also was named to the Patriot-News 
'Platinum 33' all-star team and to all-region teams by SuperPrep 
and PrepStar... voted the Lancaster-Lebanon Leagues wide 
receiver of the year . . . formed a dangerous combination with 
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On Merrills: Speedy tailback who will be battiing to be in 
the mix for playing time in 2003 ... was on course to possibly 
start early last year before the surprise emergence of Chris 
Downs ... a quiet, hard-working player who had a solid spring 
... dangerous in open space ... can also return kicks ...an 
Iron Terp in 2002 who timed at 4.49 in the 40-yanJ dash in 
spnng testing that year 

2002 (Sophomore): Saw action in nine games ... rushed 
40 times for 157 yards (3.9 yards per carry) ... also caught six 
passes for 67 yards and a touchdown ... (vs. EMUf . . . fiad first 
career touchdown reception on a 14-yard catch in the sec- 
ond quarter ... finished tied for the team lead in receptions 
(three) and third in yards (50) ... had six cames for 26 yards ... 
(V5. FSUj ... had first career reception for four yards ... (w. 
Akrortj ... finished as the Terps leading njsher on the day 
with a career-high 79 yards on 1 7 carries ... had three carries 
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High Schoor: A 2001 
graduate of Wilde Lake 
High School in Columbia, 
Md. ... rushed for 1,743 
yards and 2 1 touch- 
downs as a se- 
nior... on 
defense, 
totaled 

74 tackles, eight pass breakups, six 
TFLs, two sacks, one interception and 
one fumble recovery . . . selected to play 
in the allfirst All-Star Game following 
his senior season and returned a 
kickoff 8 1 yards for a touchdown 
to lead the Metro all-stars to vic- 
tory.... had a 31 3-yard rush- 
ing performance as a senior 
against Long Reach, scor- 
ing on touchdown runs of 
83, 65, 45 and 64 yards 
. . . highly decorated player as 
a senior in 2000, earning 
SuperPrep All-Amenca hon- 
ors in the "athlete" cat- 
egory ... also earned 
consensus all-state hon- 
ors from the Associated 
Press, in addition to be- 
ing named Gatorade Maryland State Player of the Year ... a 
Baltimore 5ur7 All-Metro first team and Washington Post All- 
Met honorable mention pick as a running back ... a pieseason 
Mid-Atlantic all-region choice by PrepStar ... was a second 
team Baltimore Sun All-Metro selection as a junior in 1 999. 
totaling 1.050 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns ...was also 
recruited by Penn State ... high school coach was Douglas 
DuVall. 

Personal: Mario Eduard Merrills was born January 23. 1 983 
... son of Shirley and Albert Merrills . . . majoring in letters and 
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Avg 


TD 


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2002 


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Yds 


Avq 


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IP 


2002 


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ing time at the "Leo" position as a true ^ # 
freshman , , . enters fall camp neck-and- l^j % 
neck with junior Jamahl Cochran for _, ■, 
the starting job ... left spnng as 
the starter ... has great size 
and athleticism ... a big 
hitter... a potential hon- 
ors candidate with more 
experience at the posi- 
tion ... showed 
flashes of greatness 
in 2002 ... an Iron 
Terp who posted 
a 41 1/2-inch 
vertical jump, a 
365-pound 
bench and a 
565-pound 
squat on testing 
day 

2002 (Freshman): Saw 

action in all 14 games 
with one start as a true 
frosh ... finished the year 
third on the team with 5.0 
sacks ... also posted 49 tack- 
les (32 solo), six TFLs, and 
four QB hurries ... batted 

down five passes ... |w. NCSU] ... had three solo tackles ... 
had one quarterback huriy which came on a key third-down 
late in the fourth quarter ... {atUNQ . played his best game 
in a Terp uniform, wreaking havoc all over the field ... named 
ACC Rookie of the Week for his performance .. finished with 
a game-high and career-high three sacks for a loss of 1 7 yards 
... was second on the team with eight tackles (seven solo] ... 
credited with two pass breakups and a forced fumble ... (at 
Duke] ... made first career start ... had five tackles (two solo) 
. , led the team with two pass breakups ... also had a QB 
hurry ... (at WVLI\ ... notched five tackles (two solo) ... was a 
force in the backfield. registering a first-career sack for a loss 
of one yard ... (w. EMUj .. recorded six total tackles ... five 
solo stops were tied for the second-most on the team ... made 
first tackle for a loss of two yards .... also had a quarterback 
hurry. 




fumbles, two interceptions and two blocked punts as a senior 
. . also had 2 1 receptions for 428 yards and six touchdowns ( 
. . . career-high 1 63 tackles and four interceptions came as a 
junior in 2000 ... led the team in tackles with 1 22 as a sopho- ( 
more ... selected as first team all-state and Maryland defen- 
sive player of the year as a senior by the Associated Press .. . ' 
first team All-Metro by the Washington Post in 200 1 ... cho- 
sen defensive player of the year by the PG Journal . . . first 
team all-county (junior and senior) and all-league (senior) .. 
a SuperPrep All-American ... rated the No. 1 linebacker in the 
state of Maryland (and the I4th-best in the nation) by 
SuperPrep . . . also rated by SuperPrepas the second-best player 
overall in the Mid-Atlantic region ... an All-Atlantic region hon- 
oree by PrepStar ... named to George Michaels Golden 1 1 
team ... team compiled a 27-5 record (including a 1 0-0 regu- 
lar season in 2000) in his three years as a starter ... also a 
three-year starter in basketball ... named one of the top five 
defenders (basketball) in the D.C. area by the Washington 
Post... averaged 13.2pointsand 16.3 rebounds per game as 
a junior . . . was also recruited by Notre Dame, South Carolina, 
Syracuse and NC State ... high school coach was Bill Johnson. 



Personal: Shawne DeAndre Merriman was born May 
25, 1984 ... son of Gloria Williams ., majonng in let- 
ters and sciences. 



Career Statistics 

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On Miller: Tight end who enters his sophomore season as 
the teams backup to senior Jeff Dugan ... a big target with 
good pass<atching skills ... has made great strides as a re- 
ceiver and blocker since arriving at Maryland ... has put on 
22 pounds since his true freshman season ... has fully recov- 
ered from a fractured right leg suffered in the Peach Bowl 

2002 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in all 14 games, see- 
ing action as the Terps No, 2 tight end . . finished the season 
with two receptions for 1 yards and a touchdown , . . \Peach 
Bowl vs.UT\... fractured his right fibula in the third quarter . . . 
[at CU\ ... made his first career TD reception on a one-yard 
pass from Scott McBnen in the first quarter ... [vs. Woffordj ... 
made his first career reception on a nine-yard pass ... play 
was good for a first-down. 

2001 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 



High School: A three-year lettenwinner and 2002 graduate 
of Frederick Douglass High School in Upper Marlboro. Md . . . 
a three-year starter at linebacker ... also played tight end ... 
FDHSS career tackle leader with a total of 443 ... had eight 
career interceptions . . posted 1 58 tackles, three forced 



High School: A 200 1 graduate of Boiling Springs (Pa.) High 
School .. played tight end and defensive end as a senior ... 
helped his team allow just 9.6 points per game on defense In 
2000 ... totaled 123 tackles (51 solos) and 21 sacks in addi- 
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named to the All- 
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as a tight end/defen- 
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three-way first 
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League selection, earn- 
ing 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 ,., also lettered in 
baseball .,, was also recruited by 
Boston College, 

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




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of 2002 a hard-working player who has spent time with the 
defensive scout team ... seeing work at middle linebacker ... 
anlfonTerpwittia 711 strength index, llt^bestontheteam. 

2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year lettewinner and 2001 graduate 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 Vfear in 2000 
t^ the Aegis newspaper ... also competed in wrestling and base- 
tMll ... regional champion and finished fifth in the state as a 
junior wrestler . . . high school coach was Joe Harbert. 

Personal: Michael Joseph Mill? was bom January 7, 1 983 

in Havre de Grace, Md. ... the son of Phil and Dottie Miller . . . 
a Maryland Distinguished Scholar semifinalist as a prep . . . mem- 
ber of National Honor Society and the Spanish Honor Society 
. . majonng in biology. 

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On Novak: Fourth-year junior who has emerged as one of 
the top placekickers in the country ... has been one of the top 
kickers in the country over the course of the last two years . . . 
semifinalist for the Lou Groza Award a year ago and a serious 
contender entering his junior year ... has a strong leg and 
good accuracy ... consistent as both a placekicker and with 
kickoff duties ... has made 30 of his last 33 attempts of 49 ^ 
yards or less . . . after just two seasons, stands just outside 
the Maryland career top five .h 

for points scored with 2 14... * 
ranked in the nations top 20 
in field goals and scoring ^s a sophomore. 

2002 (Sophomore): Terps' starting placekicker in all 1 4 
games first team AII-ACC selection ... was 24-of-28 on field 
goals and 53-of-54 on PATs for the season . . led the ACC 
and was fifth in the NCAA with 1.71 field goals per game 
... led the ACC in kick- 



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ing percentage (85. 7| 
... 1 6th in the nation 
in scoring at 8.93 points 
per game... set Maryland 
records with 24 field goals 
and 125 points ... was an 
amazing 8-of-l on kicks beyond 40 
yards and 3-for4 of kicks over 50 . . . 
[Peach Bowl vs.U!]... hit on all three 
field-goal attempts and all three PATs 
. . tied a Peach Bowl record with his 
48-yarder in the second quarter 
also converted on a 44-yard 
attempt ... (vs. WFU\ ... was 

3-for-3 on field-goal attempts, hitting from 36 yards in the first 
quarter, 38 yards in the second quarter and 28 yards in the 
fourth quarter ...\atCU\ ... was perfect in his lone field-goal 
attempt from 19 yards in the second quarter ... stneak of 73- 
straight PAT conversions ended with a kick wideleft after the 
first Ma^land touchdown ... [vs. NCSUj ... hit the 26-yard, 
game-winning field goal with 34 seconds remaining in his 
only attempt of the game ... it was the second game-winning 
FG of his career ... 3 of 5 kickoffs went for touchbacks ... {at 
Duke\ ... tied a career-long with a 5 1 -yard FG in the first quar- 
ter in his lone attempt on the day ... {at WVUl ... was 2-for-2 
on field-goal attempts, with a long of 46 yards in the fourth 
quarter... 5 of 9 kickoffs went for touchbacks... {vs. Woffordj 
... was 3-for-4 on field-goal attempts, hitting one from 50 yards 
in the third quarter ,,. lone miss of the day came from 57 
yards ... had a solo tackle on a second-quarter kickoff ... {vs. 
Akroh{ ... rebounded after missing his first FG attempt to make 
three consecutive attempts in the second half ... 51 -yard FG 
in the fourth quarter tied his career long. 

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2001 (Redshirt Freshman): Starting kicker in all 1 1 games 
plus the Orange Bowl ... was 16 of 25 on field goals for a 64 '■ 
percent success rate ... missed just one of his 42 WTs on the 
season ... an honorable mention AII-ACC selection ... also sec- 
ond-team Freshman All-America by The Sporting News .. con- 
nected on 1 2 of his last 1 4 field goals to close out the season 
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 nght upnght, and the 
62-yard attempt vs. Clemson ... finished one field goal shy of 
the Maryland single-season record of 17 ... his 41 PATs set a 
new single-season record at Maryland ... led the team in scor- 
ing 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 sconng (8.09 ppg) ,,, fvs. CUj ... had a 
stellar game, going 3-for-4 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. TSUj ... finished a perfect 4-for-4 on field- 
goal attempts ... two of the field goals were from long range, 
one from 50 yards to end the first half and one from 46 yards 
out . . . Ivs. FSUI . . . 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- 
fea 4-for-4 on extra points .. . Ivs. 
^ Dukel .. tied a school record 
with eight PATs ... also kicked 
a 23-yard field goal .. 
missed fi'om 50 yards out to 
end the first half by hitting 
the left upright... had plenty 
of distance on the attempt 
... Ivs. GTj ... had a game 
which changed his season 
and possibly his career as he 
finished the game with two 
field goals and two extra points 
came up with one of the plays of 
the year, kicking a then career-long 
46-yard field goal to force overtime at 
the end of regulation of a Thursday- 
night matchup on ESPN ... previous 
long was 33 yards ... kept his focus 
on the kick after a high snap ... 
earned ACC Specialist of the Wek 
honors for his efforts ... also con- 
nected on a 26-yard field-goal in 
overtime that proved to be the 
game-winning score ... Ivs. UVaj ... 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 ... Ivs. WFUj ... made 
the first two field goals of his career {Imm 27 and 29 yards). 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year letten^'inner 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 alWistria and Ai\-Daily Progress selection .., 
named to the schools all-academic team three times. 

Personal: Nicholas Ryan Novak was born August 21, 1 98 1 
... son of Julie and Bob Novak ... majonng in kinesiology ... 
parents are both professors at Purdue and were at Virginia 
when Novak was a prep ... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000 

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2001 IMI 


41-42 


16-25 


51 


89 


2002 14-14 


53-54 


24-28 


51 


125 


Career 25-2S 


94-96 


40-53 


51 


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On Onwuemene: Second-year player who could find him- 
self in the mix in the fall whether it be at receiver or on special 
teams ... attended Maryland for two years prior to walking 
on ... tried out after being urged by current teammates to 
walk on ... excelled in both track and football as a prep ... 
had an outstanding spring game in 2002, leading all receiv- 
ers with four receptions for 117 yards including a 50-yard 
touchdown ... an Iron Terp with a 39 1/2-inch vertical jump 
and a 691 strength index. 

2002 (Sophomore): Saw action in 1 2 games, primarily 
playing on special teams . , , notched three solo tackles , , was 
named offensive scout team Player of the Ufeek for his work 
in practice the week of the Georgia Tech game. 

High School: A one-year lettenwinner and 1 999 graduate 
of Our [jdy of Good Counsel High School in the \teshing- 
ton, D.C, metro area ... was a wide receiver and special teams 
performer ... team went 7-3 in his lone season playing foot- 
ball ... a two-year letterwinner and All-Met performer in track 
and field (indoor and outdoor] ... WCAC triple jump cham- 
pion in 1998 who competed as a hurdler ... U.S. National 
Achievement Award winner in 1 999 , . , attended Leysin Ameri- 
can School in Switzerland his first two years of high school 

Personal: Onochie Peter Onwuemene was born July 16, 1981, 
in Washington, D.C. ... son of Josephine Onwuemene ... ma- 
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On Parson: Slot receiver whose first too itdsons have been 
productive , has steady hands, good speed and quick feet ... a 
reliable kickoff and punt returner ... came to Maryland as a 

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tailback but was converted to re- 
ceiver quickly in his first season 
. , . still gets the occasional carry 
in end around-type situations 

2002 (Sophomore): 

Played in all 14 
games, finishing 
with 1 1 receptions 
for 162 yards and 
one touchdown ... 
also returned one punt 
(zero yards) and three 
kicks (36 yards) while 
rushing nine times for 42 
yards ... (vs. WFUj ... had a 
season-high three receptions 
for 47 yards ,,, made his first 
career touchdown reception on 
an 1 1 -yard pass in the second 
quarter ... had a season-long 3 
yard reception in the second 
quarter ... (af UNQ ... had 
three carries for 13yards ... 
(atlWL/)... had one catch 
for 21 yards in the first 
quarter to help set up 
Scott McBriens touch- 
down run , , \vs. Wofford] . 

had a team-high 37 yards receiving on two catches ... caught 
a 30-yard pass on the Terps' opening play of the second half 
... [vs. fSU\ ... had two receptions for 40 yards. 

2001 (Freshman): Appeared in all 1 1 regular-season games 
and the Orange Bowl ... had 1 1 receptions for 1 56 yards ... 
also returned 17 kicks for 375 yards and five punts for 25 
yards ... one of four true freshmen to see playing time , , , top 
offensive contributor among the teams true freshmen ... 
played more and more as the year progressed ... finished 64th 
in Division l-A in kickoff returns with a 22.1 average .../w. 
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 caieer-long 64 yards before he was 
stripped at the goal line ,,, also returned five kickoffs for 123 
yards and handled the punt-return duties for the first time 
, ./w. Dute/ ,,, rushed two times for 39 yards including a 31- 
yard scamper ... the 3 1 -yard run was the longest of his career 
... also caught one pass for nine yards ... /w. Gf/ ... had just 
two catches for 23 yards, but had the garnet 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. UNCj ... made his 
first career reception (seven yards). 

High School: A four-year lettenwinner and 1 999 graduate 
of Newark (Del.) High School ... a four-year varsity starter who 
rushed for 3, 188 yards in his career while helping Newark 
High to a Delaware-record four consecutive appearances in 
the state championship game ... as a senior rushed for 1 ,320 
yards and 1 4 touchdowns ... rushed for 7 1 yards as a junior 
when he was an honorable mention all-state selection on a 
12-0 state championship winning team ,. was a two-lime 
1 , 000-yard rusher during his career totaling 1 ,060 yards as a 
sophomore in 1 996 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 UW Today All-Amencan ... also earned 
first team all-state and first team All-Blue Hen Conference (Flight 
A) honors after leading team to a 1 2-0 record and a second 
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consecutive state title in 93 played on teams that com- 
piled an aggregate record of 43-5 and played in the state 
championship game all four seasons ... was a first team all- 
state selection in track (4x1 00 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 1 6, 1980... 
son of Kim and Wayne Parson ., majoring in family studies. 



Career Statistics 

Renivinq (r<jS Ret 


Yds 


Avq 


ro 


IMIQ 


2001 


11-0 


11 


155 


14.2 





64 


2002 


14-0 


II 


162 


14.7 


1 


31 


Career 


25^) 


22 


318 


14.5 


1 


64 


KkkeffRet. 

2001 


C^ 


Ret 


Yds 


Avg 


7D 


Long 


11-0 


17 


375 


22.1 





29 


2002 


14-0 


3 


36 


12,0 





20 


Career 


25-0 


20 


411 


20.6 





29 


Punt Ret. 


MS 


Ret 


Yds 


Avg 


w 


lono 


2001 


11-0 


5 


25 


5.0 





12 


2002 


14-0 


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Career 


25-0 


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On Patterson: Third-year lineman who made the switch 
from defense to offense last season . . . will work primarily at 
right guard behind Lamar Bryant a tenacious blocker with 
good feet ... tore the lateral meniscus in his right knee in the 
spnng game and had off-season surgery but is expected to 
return in time for fall camp ... one of two offensive linemen 
with a vertical jump of 30 inches or better (3 1 1. 

2002 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action as a reserve in 
seven games ,. played a total of 46 plays ... (af Duk^ ... 
registered his lone "big block" of the season ... (at UNQ 
. . . earned his top grade of the season (1.44). 

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 de- 
fensive linemen in addition to pulling down first team All- 
Central League honors for the second consecutive year ... a 
first team all-area selection by the Frederick Post ... named 
the top lineman In Frederick as a junior ... a preseason Mid- 
Atlantic all-region selection by PrepStar ... was also one of the 
top wrestlers in the state. 

Personal: Akil Sadiki Patterson was born January 23. 1 983 
... son of Rhonda and Keith Patterson ... majonng in cnminal 
justice ... Is interested in a career in politics. 

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On Perry: Fifth-year senior who will look to return to the 
national spotlight in his final season as a Terp ... a Doak Walker 
candidate who struggled with injury much of last season but 
looks completely healed and ready for 2003 ... was a Doak 
Walker finalist and the ACCS Offensive Player of the Year in 

2001 ... injuries a year ago included a strained stomach 
muscle, torn groin muscle and injured shoulder but 
he recovered to play in the seasons final four 
games ... a quick, explosive tailback who is 
surprisingly powerful . . . combines quick feet, 
a strong burst, breakaway speed and ex- 
cellent open-field moves ... hits holes 
hard and is always a threat to go the 
distance . , always seems to finish 
plays falling fonA/ard ... has the 
added dimension of being an ex- 
ceptional receiver . . . heads into 
2003 with a 5.5 yards per carry 
average for his career ... a pre- 
season All-Amencan in 2002 
... enters the season ranked 
1 1 th on the Maryland all-time 
list with 1,778 yards ... re- 
corded a 40 1/2-inch verti- 
cal jump and a 330-pound 
bench on testing day 

2002 (Junior): Sawac 
tion in SIX games, start- 
ing one ... finished the 
season third on the 
team in rushing 
with 341 yards 
despite play- 
ing in a little ^ ^ 
over five ///^ 
games (was in 

for just one play in the Duke game) ... scored one TO and 
averaged a solid 4 . 7 yards per carry .. . [Peach Bowl vs.UJ]... 
led the team in aishing with 50 yards on 15 carries ... (w. 
WFUi ... saw the most action since returning from his injury, 
carrying the ball 1 9 times for 85 yards ... made one reception 
for a season-long 28 yards... fatUVa] ... had 95 yards on 10 
carries ... had a 39-yard run on the Terps' opening drive to 
help set up the early TD ... added a 33-yard run in the third 
quarter on the drive which resulted in a Novak FG ... [at CUj 
... gained 69 yards on 1 7 carries ... his game-long run of 24 
yards came in the fourth quarftr ... also added two recep- 
tions for 18 yards ... (w. NCSUj ... scored his first TD of the 
season on a nine-yard run in the third quarter ... finished with 
23 yards on 1 cames ... received a bulk of his carries in the 
fourth quarter and had all four njshing attempts on the game- 

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winning drive ... [at Duke] ... made first dppear.ince of the 
season ... carried the ball on the opening play of the game 
for 1 9 yards, but injured his shoulder when tackled and did 
not return to the game. 

2001 (Redshjrt Sophomore): Starter in all 1 1 regular-sea- 
son 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 Offensive Player of the Year ... was the first 
non-senior to win the award as well as the first Terrapin to 
ever win the prestigious award ... named a second-team All- 
Amencan by Football News ... a 2001 finalist for the Doak 
Walker Award, given to the nations top running back ... one 
of a record-tying seven Terps to earn first-team AII-ACC honors 
. . finished the season ranked 19th in the NCAA in rushing 
yards per game (1 12.9| ... also ranked among the nations 
leaders in all-purpose yards per game (ninth/1 56.2) and scor- 
ing (69th/6.55 ppg) ... averaged 5.7 
yards per carry and had 1 2 touch- 
downs ... became the only 
sophomore in Maryland history 
, to have five consecutive 1 00- 
yard efforts ... with his 64 
yards on 10 carries in 
the first half of the 
WVU game, it 
snapped a streak of 
three straight 1 00-yard 
outings by halftime ... 
was just the fifth Terp to 
crack the 1,000-yard 
plateau in a season ... 
(vs. NCSUj ... ran for 
9 1 yards on 2 1 carries 
... also caught five 
passes out of the back- 
field for 35 yards including a 
clutch fourth-down conver- 
sion on the teams final drive 
that he caught as he was fall- 
ing backwards toward the 
sideline .../w. CUj... led 
the Terps with 90 rush- 
ing yards on 2 1 carnes 
... also caught three 
passes for 37 yards in- 
^ eluding the game- 
breaking score to 
put the Terps 
ahead 24-6 
... Ivs. 
F5U/...led 

the Terps in receiving with six catches for 70 yards ... had the 
teams longest pass play on the day when he raced 38 yards 
on a swing pass to set up a H/1aryland touchdown ... the 38- 
yard reception was the longest of Penys career ... rushed for 
67 yards on 1 3 carries (5.2 average) and a touchdown ... was 
seleaed the player of the game for (viaiyland by fiSC ...(vs. 
Duke} ... had 79 rushing yards on 1 3 carnes in limited attion 
... led the team with six catches for 62 yards ... scored the 
Terps' second touchdown on a 1 2-yard run in the first quarter 
...(vs.GTj... was held under 1 00 yards for the first time in the 
season, rushing for 49 yards on 1 8 cames . . . caught five passes, 
though ... Ivs. UVaj ... finished with 143 yards on 25 carries 
and a touchdown ... also caught a career-high eight passes 
for 51 yards... fvs. WVUI ... posted a31-carry, 1 53-yard per- 
formance ... rushed for one touchdown while also catching 

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two passes for 28 yards ... /vs. WFUj... turned in the second- 
best rushing performance in Maryland history with a career- 
high 276 yards on 30 carries ... was named ACC Offensive 
Back of the Week for his efforts ... the 276 yards trails only 
LaMont Jordan's 306 yards gained vs. Virginia in 1 999 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 the Terps on offense and was 
the longest run by a Terp since Jordan had a 90-yard run vs, 
Virginia 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 ... fvs. EMUI . . ran for 
1 33 yards on just 1 6 carries ... reached the century mark be- 
fore halftime for the second straight week ... scored a career- 
best three touchdowns ... (vs. UNQ ... turned heads in his 
first career start ... ran for 1 16 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 impres- 
sive 7.8 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 ...aver- 
aged 6.5 yards per carry, toting 30 times for 195 yards .,, 
long carry was 43 yards ... eight carries for 93 yards vs. West- 
ern Carolina ... had seven carries for 47 yards the following 
week against West Virginia ... caught one pass for nine yards 
in the West Virginia game. 

High School: Graduated in 1 999 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 se- 
nior, his only season at Washington ... averaged 9.9 yards 
per carry ... had four touchdowns (two coming on punt le- 
turns) on Just seven touches in one game his senior season ... 
returned three punts for touchdowns, including one of 79 
yards ... earned /\ll-/\merica honors from PrepStar ... was 
named the Philadelphia Offensive Player of the 'ifear by the 
Philadelphia Inquirer and first team All-Met by the Philadel- 
phia Daily News ... he also was named first team all-state and 
first team all-area, and was a finalist for state Player of the Year 
honors ... was selected to play in the city all-star game ... was 
an honorable mention USA Today Ail-American and a 
SuperPrep all-region choice ... helped Washington to a 10-1 
record and a spot in the semifinals of the postseason playoffs 
... transferred to Washington for his senior season after play- 
ing his sophomore and junior seasons at Cardinal Dougherty 
High School ... attended West Catholic High School as a fresh- 
man ... ran a 1 0.4 1 00 meters at the MJ Junior Nationals. 

Personal: Bruce Elliot Penywas bom March 22, 1981 ...son 
of Kevin and Robin Perry ... majoring in criminology and crimi- 
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Career Statistics 

Rmlmq (i<iS Att Net 


^"l 


TD 


u> 


1999 


7-0 


30 195 


6.5 





43 


2000 




Redshirt season 






2001 


11-11 


219 1,242 


5,7 


10 


80 


2002 


6-1 


72 341 


4.7 


I 


39 


Career 


24-12 


321 1,778 


5.S 


11 


80 


Receivttig 


64SS 


Ktc Yds 


Aift 


TO 


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1999 


1-0 


1 9 


9,0 





9 


2000 




Redshirt seaswi 






2001 


n-ii 


40 359 


9.0 


2 


38 


2002 


6-1 


6 68 


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On Podlesh; Redshirt freshman who will assume the punt- 
ing duties in 2003, replacing departed all-conference per- 
former Brooks Barnard ... a good athlete with a strong leg . , . 
having a year to work in the system without the pressure of 
having to punt on game day should help his development . . . 
will also compete as the Terps' holder where he is currently 
second on the depth chart behind Danny Melendez , . . posted 
a bench press of 330 pounds while squatting 4 1 on spring 
testing day 

2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
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 ... was an out- 
standing student who was named first team all-state as a 
scholar-athlete by the New York coaches' association . . . earned 
all-region honors from SuperPrepand first team all-state hon- 
ors as a punter/kicker from the New York State Writers Asso- 
ciafion in 200 1 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 play- 
ing on both sides of the ball ... was selected first team All- 
Greater Rochester by the Rochester Democrat & Chronicleana 
first team All-Monroe County ... helped Pittsford Sutherland 
to a Class I -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 I -Section 5 semifinalist ... was first team all-county and 
honorable mention All-Greater Rochester as a sophomore . 
has outstanding track speed, as he posted the fastest 200- 
(2 1 .58) and 400-meter times (50.5) in the state as a junior . 
ran the third leg of the state title-winning 4x 1 00 lelay team in 
2000 .. . attended the same high school that produced former 
Terp defensive lineman Eric Calendine ... also lecruited by 
Penn State, Syracuse, Michigan State, Wisconsin and Stanfoid 
... high school coach was Scott Barker 

Personal: Adam Bailey Podlesh was born August II, 1 983 
,.. son of Jack and Jean Podlesh ... majoring in letters and 
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On Powell: Offensive lineman who has spent time working 
at guard and tackle in his three years in the program . , , enters 
fall camp listed third on the depth chart at right guard, 

2002 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in six games 
made it in for 1 6 plays on the season, registering one "big 
block" along the way ,,, did not allow any sacks or have any 
missed assignments in limited action, 

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 captain 
... as a senior in 2000, was named second team Associated 
Press Big School all-state, second team All-Met by the Wash- 
ington Post and first team All-Prince Georges 4A League . . . 
also was named first team All-Gazette and first team all-county 
by the Vrmce George s Journal . . . named to the Washington, 
DC. Pigskin Club All-Metro team ... second team all-county 
by the PG Journal as a junior ... a thre^year starter who 
played both ways during his prep career ... threw the shot 
put for OHHSs track team ... an honor student ... high school 
coach was Clifton Raskins. 

Personal: Matthew Devon Powell was born January 1 9, 1 983 
... son of Yvonne and Michael Powell ... majoring in letters 
and sciences. 



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On Quaintance: Defensive tackle in his second year who 
will be fighting for playing time behind all-league performer 
Randy Starks .. spent his first season with the scout team. 

2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... named defensive 
scout team Player of the Week for his work in practice the 
week of the Notre Dame game. 



High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
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 ... led team in sacks with 1 1 in 
200 1 ... also caught four passes for 27 yards . . . lone TD was 
the game-winner over arch-rival George Washington (alma 
mater of Bruce Periy and Jafar Williams) in the season finale 
... a first team all-state selection by the Associated Piess ... 
first team All-Catholic League and all-city by the Philadelphia 
Daily Mews . . . second team All-Catholic League as a tight end 
and defensive lineman by the leagued coaches ... listed as 
one of Pennsylvanias top 25 prospects by the Pittsburgh Post- 
Gazette , , an All-Northeast region selection by SuperPrepand 
an All-East region pick by PrepStar ... was also recruited by 
Penn State, Purdue, Virginia Tech, Notre Dame, Virginia and 
West Virginia ... high school coach was Glen Galeone. 

Personal: David Edmond Quaintance was born November 
7, 1983 ... son of Sallie and David Quaintance, Sr ... major- 
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member of the Terp offensive scout team in 2002 ... has put 
on 27 pounds since the start of his true fieshman season. 

2002 (Freshman); Redshirt season . . . offensive scout team 
Player of the Week for his work in practice leading up to the 
Florida State game. 

High School: Graduated from The McDonogh School in 2002 

. . . played football his senior season only ... had 1 4 lecepfions 
and one touchdown . . . also played on all of the special teams 
and saw limited action at defensive end ... a four-year mem- 
ber of the varsity basketball team and a three-year varsity 
letterwinner in baseball .. . captuied all-county honors in both 
basketball and baseball. 

Personal: Darren Michael Sanders was born May 11,1 984, 
in Washington, DC. ... son of Susan and Harrison Sanders... 
majoring in letters and sciences. 



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On Schell: Intelligent tight end seeking playing time in his 
second year in the program . , has good size after adding 22 
pounds in his first year in the program ... a good blocking 
tight end . . . posted a 500-pound squat in spring testing, sec- 
ond-best among tight ends. 

2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A twayear letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of Paint Branch High School in Burtonsville, Md. ... a two- 
year starter at tight end ... caught 30 passes for 486 yaids 
and one touchdown as a senior ... top game was a 6<atch. 
98-yard, one touchdown effort against Spnngbrook ... had 
2 1 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 Posti and all-county [PC Jour- 
nal and Gazette newspapers) honors in 2001 ... was a sec- 
ond team all-county pick as a junior ... a Mid-Atlantic all-re- 
gion selection by SuperPrep who was dubbed the 1 3th-best 
player in the region by the publication .. . rated the No. 3 tight 
end and an Al Wtlantic region choice of PrepStar ... team went 
16-4 in his two years as a starter ... played offensive guaiti 
and defensive end in his two years on JV ... an all-state selec- 
tion ai a defenseman in lacrosse ... was also recruited by Vir- 
ginia Tech and Illinois ... high school coach was Bob Windsor 

Personal: Bradley William Schell was born January 12, 1984 
... son of William and Jerri Schell . . . majoring in engineenng 
... interested in the fields of aviation and aerospace as a ca- 
reer .. . came to Maryland partially because of its close proxim- 

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penciiieo in as the starter at center . . . versatile and intelligent 
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has shown steady improvement since joining the program ... 
put on 32 pounds in the off-season ... started his tenure at 
Maryland at fullback but moved to defensive end last season 
. . . will compete behind C J. Feldheim at nose tackle. 

2002 (Sophomore): Saw action in one game ... first career 
game came at North Carolina ... did not record any statistics. 



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primarily at fullback with the offensive scout team. 



2002 (Sophomore): Saw action in 1 1 games, starting two 
... missed three games due to complications related to a 
'stinger" suffered in the Georgia Tech game ... had the third- 
highest composite grade for the season among offensive line- 
men ... was not called for a penalty in 246 plays . . . (w. G7) . . . 
drew first career start at center ... third-highest graded line- 
man ... had two "big blocks," no penalties and no missed 
assignments in 79 plays ... [vs. EMUi ... third-highest graded 
lineman . three "big blocks," 

2001 (Redshirt Freshman): Appeared in all 1 1 games 
and the Orange Bowl ... the teams top reserve on the offen- 
sive 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 Nymen- 
can and an all-region choice by SuperPrep ... nominated to 
play in the Big 33 All-Star game ... was a two-time first team 
All-Greater Alleghany Conference selection as an offensive 
tackle ... two-way varsity starter for three seasons ... entered 
his senior season as a preseason All-American by Street & 
Smith's ... also played basketball ... high school coach was 
Greg Dorn. 

Personal: Kyle Edward Schmitt was bom August 12, 1 98 1 
son of Edward and Christine Schmitt ... majoring in educa- 
tion and history ... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000 and 
2001. 



High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2000 gradu- 
ate of Kenwood High School in Baltimore ... team captain 
and a second-team alkounty selenion as a defensive line- 
man in 1 999 . . . posted 65 tackles and 1 sacks as a senior . . . 
posted 22 career sacks in his three years ... also lettered 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, 1 982 
in New York City ... son of David and Lorene Gamble ... ma- 
jonng in economics . . . enjoys drawing . . . member of the Off 
the Wall art club and the National Art honor society ... an 
International Baccalaureate Diploma Graduate in high school 
... lists his parents as the people he most admires. 



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On Shanks: Receiver who has aeen slowed Dy injury issues 
in his first few years at Maryland ... tall receiver who could 
become a faaor with more experience ... tore the anterior 
cruciate and medial collateral ligaments in his right knee in 
the 'Scout Bowl' prior to the NC State game in 200 1 ... had a 
menisectomy on his right knee in 2002 ... posted a 36Hnch 
vertical jump and a 320-pound bench press in spring testing. 



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caught three passes for 34 yards with a long of 17 ... fvs. 
Dukej ... played, but did not have any catches .. (atQJj ... 
caught one pass for 17 yards ... the 17-yard grab was his 
longest of the season ... (vs. EMUj ... caught two passes for 
1 7 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 graduate 
of Phoebus High School in Hampton, Va. ... rated the No. 4 
prospect in the state of Virginia by the Roanoke Times . . a 
5uperPrepAII-American who was rated No. 23 in the nation 
among wide receivers ... was a first team All-Hampton Roads 
choice after catching 27 passes for 380 yards as a senior in 
1999 despite a hamstring injury early in the season ... was 
rated the No, 1 wide receiver in the Atlantic Region and the 
No. 9 prospect overall in the Atlantic Region by PrepStar ... 
was an all-region selection in the state as a junior 

Personal: Maurice Kelly Shanks was born Februaiy 1 9, 1 98 1 
... son of DaMita Jackson ... majoring in criminology and crimi- 
nal justice ... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2001 . 



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first year as a safety ... was one of the first players In on de- 
fense for the Terps in 2003, seeing time in nickel and dime 
situations ... spent his first two years at Maryland as a 
cornerback ... has good size and strength ... a sure tackier . . 
excels in blitz situations ... an Iron Terp with a 495-pound 
squat, 335-pound bench and a 39 1/2-inch vertical jump, 

2002 (Junior): Played in all 14 games ... made a career- 
high 31 tackles with a pair of sacks, a pass breakup and six 
OB hurries ... [vs. NCSU\ ... had three tackles (one solo| ... 
recorded a sack for a loss of one yard in the second quarter 
and had two QB hurries ...{at UNQ ... had two solo tackles . . . 
registered first career sack for a loss of four yards and added 
two quarterback hurries .., {at Duke\ ... had four solo tackles, 

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- 

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gia Tech| . . . totaled 1 9 tackles, five pass break- 
ups, one interception and one fumble recovery •'fi/^ 
... 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 
seasons first two games. / 

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graduate of Meade 
High School in Fort 
Meade, Md. ,,, a tal- 
ented all-around pros- 
pect who played two 
seasons at Meade after 
relocating with his fam- 
ily from Texas ... alternated 
between quarterback 
and running back on 
offense, and was re- 
garded as a hard- 
hitting safety on 
defense... also 
punted, aver- ~ 

aging 35 
yards per '^ 

punt ,,, had four interceptions and 106 tackles as a senior 
while earning first team all-county accolades and SuperPrep 
all-region mention at safety .,, was second team all-county as 
a junior ,,, rushed for 1,1 89 yards on 136 carnes in 1998 ... 
had 1 4 touchdowns and 8.7 yards per carry ,,, team was 5-5 
in 1998, 7-3 in 1997 ... high school coach was Mark Fiye. 

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



2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season . named offensive 
scout team Player of the Week for his work in practice the 
week of the Akron game. 

High School: A three-year letterman and 2002 gradu- 
# ate of Liberty High School ... was a two-time All-Carroll 
County selection ... as a senior in 200 1 , he led his team 
^ with 1 12 total tackles, including 75 unassisted stops, de- 
spite missing time with an injury in the first part of the sea- 
son . he was a second team All-Central Maryland Confer- 
ence selection ... played linebacker as a senior after playing 
defensive end as a sophomore and junior ... also played bas- 
ketball. 

Personal: Jens Brian Smith was born August 1 1, 1984 ... 
son of Kevin and Thelma Smith , majonng in biology 




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team in his first year with the team , , . works at the "Sam spot 
manned by senior Leroy/\mbush ,,, improved his size in the 
off-season, adding 2 1 pounds. 

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teams ... posted 

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teams ... finished the sea- 
son with nine tackles, six solo 
, , named offensive scout team 
Player of the Week for his work 
in practice the week of the NC State 
game. 

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1 games . . made three tackles (one »" 
solo] on special teams . . . also worked 
with the defensive scout team ... one 
of just four true freshmen to see action 

High School: A 2001 graduate of Westlake High School in 
Waldorf, Md. ... totaled 101 tackles in eight games (12.6 av- 
erage) despite missing two games with sn injury ... also had 

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captured second team all-state honors as a linebacker from 
the Associated Press di a senior in 2000 ... was named to 
SuperPrepi all-region team ... named first team All-Southern 
Maryland Athletic Conference as a senior . . . finished his ca- 
reer as the schooli third-leading tackier totaling 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 ... also let- 
tered in basketball and track ... high school coach was Dom 
Zaccarelli. 

Personal: Maurice Dion Smith was born March 25. 1 983 . 
son of Karen and Dan Smith .. majoring in criminology and 

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On Smith: Fifth-year senior who enters his final season atop 
the depth chart at defensive end ... a strong pass rusher who 
performed well when he played in 02 ... good size and 
athleticism ... has good speed for an end (4.7!) ...started his 
career on the offensive side of the ball ... has a knack for 
getting in the opponents backfield ... enters his senior sea- 
son healthier than he has been in the past ... had back sur- 
gery pnor to spnng of 2002 ...benched 435 pounds and 
posted a 35-inch vertical jump in spring testing. 

2002 (Junior): Earned playing time in 1 3 games ... finished 
the season with a caneer-high 28 tackles (13 solo|. five TFLs. 




one sack, three 08 hurnes and one batted down pass . [Pexh 
Bowl vs. UTj ... made two tackles, one for an eight-yard loss 
... (af UNQ ... returned from back spasms to record two tack- 
les (one solo) ... (w. GT] ... had one solo tackle for a loss of 
two yards ... added a QB hurry ... (at WVUl ... recorded five 
tackles (three solo) ... had first sack of the season for a six-yaid 
loss . . , recorded two TFLs for a loss of seven yards .. . (vs. Notre 
Damej ... totaled four tackles with two solos ... tied for the 
team lead with two tackles for loss totaling seven yaids. 

2001 ISophomore): Played in eight games with no starts 
... had four tackles (all solo), two TFLs and one sack ... fvs. 
NCSUj ... had one TFL for minus two yards ... /w. TSUj ... 
posted his first sack of the year for minus 1 2 yards. 

2000 (Redshirt Fresh- 
man): Played in five 
games with two starts... 
enjoyed a productive sec- 
ond half of the season af- 
ter missing the first six 
games of the year with a 
back injury ... totaled 12 
tackles, including a career- 
high six stops vs. North 
Carolina ... had three 
sacks and four TFLs in just 
five games ... also cred- 
ited with four quarterback 

hurries . . . earned starts at defensive end 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 1 998, earning first team 
alkity. first team all-area and first team All-Public League rec- 
ognition ... also was a SuperPrep all-region choice ... totaled 
83 tackles and four sacks on defense while averaging eight 
tackles per game.... helped Washington to a 1 0-1 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 ...birth- 
day falls on the same date as this yearS Clemson game . . . son 
of Marcia Smith and Norman McCall ... brother. Ryan, was a 
defensive lineman at Pittsburgh ... high school standout with 
Maryland teammates Bruce Perry and Jafar Williams . . . major- 
ing in communications ... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000. 



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watch in the ACC in 2003 ... has /\II-America skills ... 
was outstanding in his sophomore season and his first 
year as a starter at defensive tackle ... combines 
athleticism with an ideal defensive lineman 
frame ... has a great burst and runs well for 
a player his size . . . totaled nearly 1 00 tack- 
les from his spot on the interior line a 
year ago ... an Iron Terp with the 
highest strength index (782) 
among defensive linemen ... 
strength index was a 30- 
point improvement over 
last year and has him 
ranked as the second- 
strongest player; pound- 
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2002 (Sophomore): A starter in all 14 games atdefensive 
tackle ... second team Al WCC selection ... finished thiiti on the 
team with 93 total tackles ... second on tfie team with 6.5 
sacks and 12. 5 TFLs... led the team with 1 7 quarterback huF 
nes ... also batted down six passes, forced one fumble and 
recovered another ... {Peach Bowl vs. UT\ ... left ttie game in 
the first series with an injured groin, but still managed to notch 
one tackle for loss ... [vs. WPUi ... second on the team witti 
nine tackles (seven solo) ... tipped two passes in the first quar^ 
ter that resulted in interceptions by E J. Henderson and Dennard 
Wilson ... had a sack for a loss of nine yards ... [at Waj ... had 
nine tackles (five solo) ... combined with /\ndrew Henley for 
the teams lone sack of the game for one yaid ... [at CUi ... 
huge game ... posted six tackles (thiee solo) ... notched two 
TFLs for eight yards, including one on a third-and-short in the 
second quarter that forced a Clemson field goal, and added 
three OB hurries ... had two pass breakups ... forced an en-ant 
throw on third-and-four in the first quarter by hitting Charlie 
Whitehurst as he threw ... [vs. NCSUf ... named ACC Defensive 
Lineman of the Week for his efforts ... had two huge pass break- 
ups in the fourth quarter batting passes at the line ... the first 
came on a fourth-down play to force the turnover on downs 
almost midway thuxjgh the fourth quarter after the Terps had 
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Wolfpack to punt the ball -. made nine tackles (four solo) and 
one TFL for one yard. . added four quarterback hurries ... {at 
WVUj ... posted a career-high 12 tackles (nine solo) ... had 
three sacks for 1 5 yards ... disrupted several third-down plays 
by WVU in the first half ...[vs. FSU\ ... had nine tackles , . . recov- 
ered a fumble in the Maryland end zone in the fourth quarter 
... had five solo tackles ... registered one of the two Terp sacks 
fora loss of eight yards... (w. Notre Dame^ ... led ail defensive 
linemen with seven total tackles ... was second on the team 
with four assisted tackles ... registered one sack for a six-yard 
loss. 

2001 (Freshman): Saw action in all 1 1 games as well as 
the Orange Bowl ... posted 35 tackles (24 unassisted), seven 
TFLs, 3.5 sacks and had one quarterback huriy ... a fourth- 
team Freshman All-Amenca selection by The Sporting News 
... (Orange Bowl vs. UFj ... had six tackles and one tackle for 
a loss ... /vs. NCSUj ... had a strong effort with five total tack- 
les including four solo stops ... (vs. Dukej ... played the finest 
game of his young career totaling a career-high nine tackles 
... five of the tackles wens solo stops .,, played 35 snaps and 
finished with two TFLs and one quarterback sack ... (vs. OTI 
... 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 Marylands victo^ 
... nominated for ACC Rookie of the Week for his efforts ... /vs. 
EMUj ... tallied four tackles including his first career sack ... 
(vs. UNCj ... 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 1 94 tackles in his varsity ca- 
reer . . . three-year starter who played mostly offensive tackle as 
a sophomore and defensive tackle and offensive tackle as a 
junior and senior . . a SuperPrep All-America selection as a se- 
nior rn 2000 . . , rated the eighth-best defensive lineman in the 
country and the second-best player (at any position) overall in 
the Mid-Atlantic region by SuperPrep ... one of SuperPreps 69 
high-profile signees of 1 ... was named first team Associated 
Press Big School all-state as a senior ... a preseason Mid-Atlan- 
tic all-region selertion by PrepStar ... also named first team All- 
Southern Maryland Athletic Conference for the second straight 
season ... named the states top lineman by ESPN.com's, Tom 
Lemming ... team captain as a senior ... honorable mention 
alFstate as ajunror after recording 67 tackles, six sacks and two 
forced fumbles ... named to George Michaels "Golden 1 1 " all- 
star team in 1 999 . . . honorable mention All-Met as a junior . . . 
ended his career No. 3 all-time in school history with 1 7 sacks 
... teammate of fellow 01 lecruit Maurice Smith ... a thte^yea^ 
letlerman in basketball ... finished his prep career with 1,01 1 
points and 682 rebounds . . . named Southern Marylands bas- 
ketball Player of the Year by the Washington Post ... team fin- 
ished 23-3 and second in the state his senior year ... was the 
leading scorer and rebounder in southern Maryland as a jun- 
ior ... selected Maryland over Penn State and Virginia Tech ... 
high school coach was Dom Zaccaielli. 

Personal: Randolph Starks was born December 14, 1983 
... son of Beverly and Randolph Starks . . , majoring in family 
studies. 



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backup job . . . second-year player who has shown promise rn 
his short time in College Park ... has a strong, accurate arm 
... an athletrc quarterback who runs the option well ... sim- 
ply needs experience running the offense. 

2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of Murray County High School in Chatsworth, Ga. ... led his 
high school to more victories ( 1 9) in a two-year period than 
any other OB in school history .. . rushed for more than 1 , 000 
yards as a senior ... as a senior in 200 1 , he accounted for 1 8 
touchdowns (nine rushing, nine passing) while throwing for 
890 yards and rushing for 820 yards ... was a SuperPrep all- 
region choice rn addition to being selected to the prestigious 
Georgia-Florida All-Star game (top 35 players from each state) 
... also was selected All-North Georgia by the Chattanooga 
News Free-Press an6 all-area by the Dalton Daily Citizen-News 
... selected his teams 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 rn 2000, he rushed for 1,074 
yards and 1 3 touchdowns while passing for 882 yards and 
1 1 TDs ... set a school record (broken later in the season by a 
teammate) when he rushed for 2 1 7 yards in a game vs. South- 
east Whitfield High ... was selected hrs team MVP as a junior 
... was his team's starting receiver as a sophomore and the 
team's four-year starting punter ... showed a glimpse of his 
abrlrty early in his career when he recorded the longest run 
from scrimmage in school history as a freshman, going 98 
yards for a touchdown vs. Ringgold High School ... also played 
basketball and baseball ... led his basketball team rn scoring 
as a junior and senior ... a pitcher/outfielder for the baseball 
team ... also recruited by Auburn, Wake Forest, Western Michi- 
gan, Middle Tennessee and Georgia ... high school coach 
was Bill Napier 

Personal: Joel Keith Statham was born Apnl 23, 1984 ... 
son of Mark Statham and Denise Bartley . . . majoring in letters 
and sciences ... last name is pronounced "state-um." 



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On Steele: Third-year walk-on who switched back to the 
offensive side of the ball last year after working at defensive 
tackle as a redshirt .. . is now working at nght tackle ... has 
been hampered by injury problems in his time at Maryland . . . 
tore his anterior cruciate ligament rn hrs right knee on the 
third day of spring practice last year , . . recovered before tear- 
ing the meniscus in his right knee this past off-season ... has 
put on 27 pounds since his freshman year . . , began his colle- 
giate career as an offensive guard. 

2002 (Redshirt Freshman): Did not see game action 

2001 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A two-year lettenwinner and 2001 graduate 
of South Carroll High School rn Sykesville, Md. ... played of- 
fensive and defensive tackle ... team captain as a senior ... an 
all-county selection in 2000 as well . . , also competed in track 
and wrestling . . . finished third rn the state rn the shot put as 
a junior ... high school football coach was Gene Brown. 

Personal: Mrchael Benjamin Steele was born September 9, 
1 983, in Woodbine, Md. ... the son of Jim and Christie Steele 
... family lives on and works for Shamrock Farms, a farm 
owned by the Rooney famrly, owners of the Pittsburgh Steelers 
... has four brothers ... majoring in letters and sciences ... 
member of the National Honor Society and the German Club 
in high school. 



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On Stellacci: Walk-on who moved from wide receiver to 
linebacker in the off-season ... competing at the 'Sam" spot 
,., will likely spend the season working with the Terp defen- 
sive scout team ... added 20 pounds in the off-season. 

2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season . . . named offensive 
scout team Player of the Week for his work in practice the 
week of the Wake Forest game. 

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High School: A one yivit Icticavinner and 2000 graduate 
of Carmel High School in Carmel, NX ... played light end as 
a prep also lettered three years in track and field com- 
peted in the pole vault and 4x 1 00 relay 

Personal: Paul William Stellacci was born on Decemtwr 2, 
1981, in Carmel, NY . son of Richard and Joanne Stellacci 
. . . father is a sergeant in the sheriffs department . . . majoring 
in history. 



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On Suter: Player who burst onto the scene 
in 2003, giving the Terps a breakaway W\ 
threat in the return game and at receiver * " ' 

... a speedy receiver with good hands 
who spent most of the season atop the 
depth chart at slot receiver ... ultimately 
earned a start at one of the outside 
receiver spots in the Peach Bowl 
... slight at 5-9. but is one of 
the fastest and strongest play- 
ers (pound-for-pound| on the 
team set several NCM punt 
return records in his first year 
on the job, most notably tying 
the mark for returns for a TD in 
a season (4) .,. an Iron Terp 
who set Maryland all-time 
records for wide receivers with a 768 
strength index, a SSO^xiund squat, a 42 
inch vertical jump and a 352-pound clean 
... also bmed at 4.35 in the 40-yarti dash. 

2002 (Sophomope): Saw action in all 14 

games, starting one ... was the Terps' first 
stnng slot receiver and drew a start at the "X' 
spot in the Peach Bowl ... named second team 
All-American by The Sporting News and 
CNNSI.com . honorable mention All-Amenca by 
College Football News ... first team AII-ACC selec- 
tion ai a return specialist ... also earned Academic 
AII-ACC honors ... tied for NCAA record with four 
punt return TDs .. set NCAA records for punt returns 
(56) and total kick returns |78| in a season . fell just 
20 yards shy of setting the all-time NCAA punt return '^ 
yardage record . . . finished the season 2 1 st in the nation 
in kickoff returns (24.8), 23rd in punt returns ( 1 3.8), and 
45th in al4)urpose yards ( 1 2 1 .6) ... led the ACC in punt re- 
turns, was second in kick letum^id third in all-purpose yaids- 
per-game caught 17 passesior 303 yards and two TDs 
while aishing for 82 yards on five cames with one TD . . . aver- 
aged 1 7.0 yards per touch (returns, rushes and receptions 
combined) . . {Peach Bowl vs.UT]... drew first career start at 
wide receiver ... most memorable play was a 79-yaid punt 
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return in the fourth quarter that was one defender from paydirt 
... {at L/Va) ... had a career-high 101 kickoff-return yards on 
five attempts ... (af C^ ... had two receptions for 24 yards 
. . gained 98 yards on three kickoff returns including a long of 
46 yards in the second quarter ... (vs. NCSUj . named ACC 
Offensive Back of the Week ... had 166 all-purpose yards ... 
scored the Terps' first TD of the game on a 6 1 -yard run in the 
second quarter on only the second cariy of his career ... had 
two catches for 44 yards .. made a crucial 36-yard catch to 
put the Terps in range for the game-winning FG late in the 
fourth quarter ... (af UNQ ... named ACC Specialist of the 
Week ... returned a punt 77 yards for a TD in the second 
quarter for the Terps' third score of the game ... the return for 
a score was the fourth of the season, which tied the NCAA 
record for punt return TDs in a season ... his 92 punt-return 
yards helped break the single-season ACC record, which was 
515 yards held by Kelly Rhino of GT ... (at Duk^ ... named 
ACC Specialist of the Week ... had a 63-yard punt return for a 
touchdown in the first quarter ... had 1 04 all-purpose yards, 
all gained on six punt-neturns to break the single-season /Mary- 
land record for punt return yards in a season set by Bob Smith 
in 1973 (420) ... (w. G7| ... made a bone-jarring tackle on 
GT's fake punt attempt in the first quarter ... (af WVUj ... had 
a season-best 176 all-purpose yards ... returned his second 
punt for a touchdown this season on an 80-yard return at the 
end of the first quarter ... finished with 142 yanjs on eight 
punt returns, missing a Maryland record by six yards ... (vs. 
Woffordj .. had 102 all-purpose yards ... caught his second 
TD pass of the season on a 1 0-yard reception in the third 
quarter... (vs. EMU\ ... finished with 172 all-purpose yards... 
had the second-longest TD reception in Maryland history and 
the first in his career on his 9 1 -yard catch in the second 
quarter ... finished with two catches for 97 yards ... 
had a career-long kickoff return of 58 yards on the 
opening play of the game to help set up a Terp field 
goal ... (w. Akron] ... had the 17th punt return for 
touchdown in Terps' history- and the first of his 
career — on his 81 -yard scamper in the second 
quarter ... finished with 1 12 yards on four 
returns ... (vs. Notre Dam^ ... attempted 
to breathe life into the Terps with a 51- 
1l yard kickoff return in the third quarter 

2001 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw ac- 
tion 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 fiom 
North Carroll High School in Hampstead, Md. 
... was named honorable mention AllVVnerican 
by USA Today, all-region by Prepstar. and was a 
first team all-state and Baltimore Sun All-Metro 
choice ... rushed for more than 4,000 yards in 
his career, including 1,748 yards and 19 touch- 
downs as a senior in 1 999 ... ranked eighth in the 
■^ state in rushing ... also caught 1 9 passes for 277 yaids 
and two touchdowns ... high school coach was Bill 
Rumbaugh. 

Personal: Steven George Suter was bom June 26, 1982 ... 

son of Lynn and George Suter ... majoring in criminology and 
cnminal justice ... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000, 2001 
and 2002. 



Career 

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Statistics 

Ml An. 


»i. 


^*!B* 


TD 


Lona^ 


2001 


U) 








0,0 





_ 
91 


2002 


14-1 


17 


303 


17.8 


2 


CaiMT 


18-1 


17 


303 


17.8 


2 


«l 


Kickoff Ret. 


frCJ 


Ret. 


Ydi. 


Avg. 


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Long 


2001 


4-0 








0.0 








2002 


14-1 


22 


546 


24.8 





58 


career 


18-1 


22 


S4i 


24,8 





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PuntRtt 


(US 


RH. 


Ydi. 


Mil. 


ID 


Long 


2001 


4^) 


1 


3 


3.0 





3 


2002 


14-1 


56 


771 


138 


4 


81 


Career 


ts-i 


57 


774 


13.6 


4 


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On Tyier: Backup who can see time at either guard or cen- 
ter ... a solid performer who missed portions of last year due 
to injury ... ft-actured his right fibula prior to fall last year ... 
has strong knowledge of entire line's assignments and calls . . . 
graduated in August of 2002 with a degree in economics. 

2002 (Junior): Participated in seven games ... composite 
grade for the season ( 1 .34) was the highest among Maiyland 
linemen .. finished the season with three 'big blocks' in 35 
plays with no penalties, no missed assignments and no sacks 
allowed ... {at UNQ ... earned his highest grade of the sea- 
son in a season-high 16 plays ... had one 'big block.' 

2001 (Sophomore): Played in four games ... most exten- 
sive 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 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 1 999 graduate of Delsea High School in 
Franklinvilte, NJ. ... named South Jersey Ijneman of the *ar 
as a senior ... was a first team all-state and a first team alF 
league choice ... named an honorable mention AltAmencan 
by USA Today ... was chosen to the elite Super 1 00 team in 
the state of New Jersey ... played guaid on offense and tackle 
on defense ... was also an outstanding wrestler 

Personal: Edward W. Tyler was bom July II, 1981 ,.,sonof 

Collett and Ed Tyler ... graduated with a major in economics 
... currently working towards a degree in a second major (his- 
tory) ... a Maryland scholar-athlete from 1 999-200 1 . f Ql 



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On Walker: Second-year player who came on strong at the 
end of 2002 ,. one of the quickest players on the team ,.. 
has the stop/start ability that few players possess ... can re- 
turn kicks and punts ... has good hands and showed the 
ability to catch the ball over the middle ... is surprisingly physi- 
cal and runs well after the catch ... will line up primarily in the 
slot ... an Iron Terp with a 36 1/2-inch vertical jump. 

2002 (Freshman): Saw action in 10 games ... had four 
receptions for 55 yards . . . also rushed three times for 1 7 yards 
... I Peach Sow/ M. L/T) ... had two receptions for 27 yards ... 
had nice runs after both catches ... (w. G7) ... had one recep- 
tion for a season-long 22 yards ... (vs. EMU\ ... had a 28-yard 
kickoff return in the second half ... had first career carry for 
three yards ... [vs. Akron] ... made fiist career reception for six 
yards... (w. Notre Dame^ ... saw action on kick returns in his 
first collegiate game. 

High School: A two-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of Creekview High Schoolin Carrollton, Texas . . . two-year var- 
sity starter as a free safety ... led his high school in tackles and 
interceptions both seasons . . as a senior had 112 total tack- 
les, five interceptions, seven pass breakups 
and three fumble recoveries ... as a jun- 
ior, totaled 1 1 1 tackles, six intercep- 
tions and had five returns for touch- 
downs (three intercep- 
tions, one punt and 
one kickoff] ... was 
a two-time first 
team unani- 
mous all- 
district j 
choice . 
as a se- 
nior, was 
named sec- 
ond team All- 
Metroplex (Dallas- 
Forth Worth area]... se- 
lected 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 1 5-6 in ' 
the state's highest classifi- 
cation, including an 8-3 mark and a spot in the district play- 
offs in 200 1 ... had a 22-tackle effort in a game vs. R.L. Turner 

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High School his senior season ... also recruited by Purdue, 
Wisconsin, Nebraska, Ohio State and Texas Tech . . . high school 
coach was Garry Monty. 

Personal: Joseph Marvin Anthony Walker was born January 
6. 1983 . son of Barbara Walker and Louis McDonald .. 
majoring in letters and sciences. 



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On Williams: Fourth-year junior who switched back to safety 
after giving linebacker a shot last year ... has excelled on 
special teams in his first three years ... has good speed and 
big-play ability ... seems to perform better in game situations 
... has a nose for the ball and likes to hit .. an Iron Terp with 
a 360-pound bench press and a 38 1/2 -inch vertical Jump. 

2002 (Sophomore): Saw action in 12 games, working pri- 
marily on special teams ... recorded eight tackles (six solo), 
one interception and one pass breakup ... {vs. WFU\ ... got 
his hand on a Wake punt, deflecting it for short yardage and 
improved 
Maryland 
field position 
... (w. EMUj 
made his first ca- 
reer interception in 
the fourth quarter . 
return of seven yards 
on the play ... also regis- 
tered a pass breakup and 
an assisted tackle... {vs. Ak- 
ron] ... had three solo tackles 
on special teams ... named de- 
fensive scout team Player of the 
Week for his work in practice the 
week of the Wofford game. 

2001 (Redshirt Fresh- 
man): Appeared in eight 

regular season games and 

the Orange Bowl .. 

posted eight tackles (five 

solo) and recovered one 

fumble . . . (vs. CUj. . finished with two solo tackles, both 
on special teams ... /vs DukeJ... recovered a fumble on a 
Duke kickoff return to set up the Terps' third touch- 
down of the game ...jvs. UVaj... made the biggest 
play of his career with a blocked punt in the second 
quarter that led to a Maryland touchdown ... the 

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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 1 999 after accounting for 2, 1 86 all-purpose yaids 
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 1 1 times for 1 , 262 yards ( 1 1 . 5 
average) ... in addition to being named all-state, he also was 
selected All-Long Island, /Vl-Suffolk County and /\ll-Division 111 
.. he was a finalist for the Hansen Award in Suffolk County ... 
high school coach was Steve Mullet 

Personal: Curtis Antaunn Williams was born April 26, 1 982 
son of Linda and Lawrence Leake . . . majoring in art studio. 



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TT 


TFl 


Sacks 


Int 


2001 8-0 5 3 


8/1.0 


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O.Ofl 


0-0 


2002 12-0 6 2 


8/0.7 


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Career 2(M) 11 5 


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On Williams: Athletic senior receiver who gives the Terps a 

big target with the ability to get downfield ... tall, athletic 

receiver with good speed and the ability to gain extra yaids 

after the catch ... shared time as the starter in 

^^ 2002 with Latrez Harrison ... will likely start op- 

«^B# posite Harrison in 03 ... is one of just three re- 

^^B turning ACC receivers to average over 20 yards 

^^F per reception last year (minimum 1 5 rec. ) ... Jason 

^^B /\nderson (WFU) and Craphonso Thorpe (FSU) are 

^^^ I the others . . . enters the season 24 receptions shy of 

" f the Maryland career top 1 ... will also finish in the 

school's top 1 for receiving yards if he can match 

his output from 2002 ... benched 365 and cleaned 

330 pounds in spnng testing. 

2002 (Junior) : Saw action in all 1 4 games, starting five . , . 
finished the year second on the team in receiving yards with 
562 and receptions with 28 . . . averaged a robust 20. 1 yards 
per catch . . ninth in the ACC in receiving yards ... had two 
touchdown receptions on the season ... (vs. WVU] ... had 
three receptions for a team-high 64 yards .. pulled down a 
32-yard reception in the first quarter . . [atUVa] ... had a ca- 
reer and team game-high 77 yards receiving on two catches 
... the first was a career-long 55-yard reception to the UVa 2 1 
... the second was a 22-yarder, which came after a Terp pen- 
alty .. . [at CU\... led Terp wideouts with 49 yards receiving on 
two catches .. caught a 34-yard TD pass in the second quar- 

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ter ... (W NiSUI had 55 
yards receiving on three 
catches, both team highs... 
had a 27-yard reception to 
help set up Bruce Pertys 
rushing TD ... |af 
M/VL1... hauled in 
two catches for a 
team-high 70 
yards ... had his 
first touchdown 
reception of the 
season on a 45- 
yard pass in the first 
quarter... both of his 
catches came in the 
first quarter... |w. Notre 
Oamel ... had a team- 
leading five catches for 68 
yards ... had the teams 
longest play from scrim- 
mage on his 3 1 -yard catch 
... had four receptions which 
resulted in first downs. 

2001 (Sophomore): Starterin 

nine of 1 1 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 
vs. Flondaj ... provided 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 9 1 
yards ... (vs. NCSUj ... caught six passes for 63 yards ... both 
totals were second on the team vs. the Wolfpack ... jvs. TSUj 
... tied for the team lead with four receptions for 39 yards ... 
did catch a 54-yard touchdown from Latrez Harrison, but it 
was called back due to a holding penalty ...jvs. FSUj . . . caught 
three passes for 48 yards ... /w. Dukel ... caught three passes 
for 2 1 yards ... jvs. GT] ... had what was then the best game 
of his career ... set a career-high in receptions |seven| while 
finishing with 73 receiving yards ... led the team in both cat- 
egones ... also scored a touchdown on a beautiful 1 1-yard 
reverse in the first quarter ... it was the first rushing touch- 
down of his career ... (vs. UVaj ... had three catches for 14 
yards including a touchdown ... the fiveyard touchdown catch 
gave the Terps a 1 0-point cushion after Wrginia closed the 
gap to 24-21 ... /vs. U/FU| ... second on the team with three 
catches for 45 yards .. /vs. UNCj ... got his first career start 
and also scored his first career touchdown ... the scoring strike 
was the Terps first score of the season ... led the team with 
two catches for 28 yards. 

2000 (RedJhin Freshman): Appeared in I Oof II games 

as a reosnirt freshman .. . played a significant role in Marylands 
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 seasorv 
best 36-yard reception vs. Middle Tennessee State. 

1999 (Freshman): Redshirt season 

High School: A 1 999 graduate of George Washington High 
School in Philadelphia, Pa. ... earned first team alkity and 
first team all-area honors as a senior in 1 998 after catching 38 
passes for 560 yards and eight touchdowns in a wing-T of- 

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lense . . . named All-Met by both the PhiMelphia Inquirer and 
Philadelphia Daily News ... was one of 1 players in the Phila- 
delphia area to receive a Maxwell Award for academic and 
athletic excellence ... had three interceptions while playing in 
the defensive secondary ... was a team captain as a senior 
. . . also ran track, clocking a 1 0. 7 1 00 meters ... one of 
three players from GWHS to sign with the Terps, join- 
ing teammates Scott Smith and Bruce Periy. 



Personal: Jafar Siddiq Williams was born July 
21, 1 980 ... son of Rasheeda Williams . . . 
majoring in family studies. 



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Career Statistics 

Retelving GCS Rtc Yds 


AV9 


TD 


LP 


2000 


10-0 


9 113 


12.6 





36 


2001 


11-9 


39 425 


10,9 


2 


36 


2002 


14-5 


28 562 


20.1 


2 


55 


Career 


35-14 


?6 1,100 


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On Williams; Former transfer who established himself as 

one of the top safeties in the league - if not the country - in 
his first season at the Division l-A level in 2002 . . . enters 2003 
on the watch list for the 2003 Bronko Nagurski Award which 
recognizes the nation^ best defensive player ... came to Mary- 
land as a walk-on but was granted a scholarship by the end 
of spring 2001 ... a physical, athletic force who has great 
versatility ... is big enough to excel in run support yet fast and 
quick enough to man a corner position if the defense is in a 
nickel or dime package ... one of three seniors and four re- 
turning starters in the Terps' defense backfield, the deepest 
unit on this years team ... was pnmarily a cornerback at 
Towson ... one of the hardest-working players on the team .. . 
an Iron Terp with a 36 1/2-inch vertical jump, 345-pound 
bench, 560-pound squat and 4,5 time in the 40-yard dash, 

2002 (Redshirt Junior): A 1 4-game starter at free safety 
... a second team AlWCC selection in his first year in the league 
... a third-team AIW\merican by Uie Sporting News ... finished 
the season fourth on the team in tackles with 82 (6 1 solo) .. . 
also had four interceptions, seven pass breakups, two TFLs, 
one sack and two forced fumbles ,.. [vs. NCSU\ ... recorded 
nine tackles (eight solo| ... registered first career sack for a loss 
of four yards ... forced a fumble in the fourth quarter ... \at 
Duke] ... had eight tackles (five solo) ... had a thiid-quarter 
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chance off of a turnover ... (w, 61) ... 
led the team with a career-high 1 
tackles, all solo ,., notched one 
TFL for one yard on a first- 
and-goal play at the 
UMD 9-yard line.,, had 
four pass breakups ... 
(af WVUi ...had seven 
tackles (four solo), in- 
cluding several solid hits 
in the middle of the field 
,,, had an interception on 
a tipped ball in the first 
quarter .. (vs. Woffordj 
... had SIX tackles (five 

,,, solo) ,,, had a bonejar- 

JHf ring hit on the sidelines , . , 
WX ( v5, FSUj . . . made five total 
Wf tackles, with four solos .,. 
^^ had first career fumble rfr 
covery in the fourth quarter when 
he fell on top of a muffed punt re- 
ception ... had one solo special 
teams tackle ... had one pass 
breakup ... (w, Akron} ... pulled 
down two INTs in his home debut 
,. marked the first time since the 
1 999 a Terp had two IIMTs in a game 
(Shawn Forte). 



2001 (Junior): Redshirt season 
. . . named defensive scout team Player of the 'ftar (along with 
linebacker Ricardo Dickerson) for his work on tfie practice field, 

2000 (Sophomore at Towson): A nine-game starter at 
cornerback who played in all 1 1 games ,.. finished the sea- 
son with 42 tackles (32 solo) ... also had two tackles for loss 
and 10 pass breakups, third-most on the team ... team de- 
fense held opponents to 155 9 yards per game passing ... 
returned one punt for 22 yards. 

1999 (Freshman at Towson): Appeared in all 1 1 games 

including tvvo 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 1 tackles at Fordham, 

High School: A 1 999 graduate of DuV&l 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 1 0-meter huidles ... high school coach 
was Henry Brady 

Personal: Madieu Mohamed Williams was bom Oaober 
1 8, 1 98 1 , in Sierra Leone, Vlfest Africa , . . son of Abigail Burscher 
... majoring in family studies ... correa pronunciation of his 
first name is muh-DEE-ooh, but teammates and coaches call 
him muh-DOO. 



Career Statistics 

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2002 14-14 61 21 82/5.9 2.0-5 


1.04 


40 


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(at U/l/O) - , had a pass brea^uij ii ini icjulted in a Madieu 
Williams interception in the first quarter .. , recorded three PBUs 
for the game... also recorded three tackles (one solo] ... [vs. 
Akron] ... finished with seven tacl<ies (five solo) ,,. recovered 
fumble caused by DQwell Jackson ... had one pass breakup 
... |w. Notre Dame] ... recorded seven tackles, all solos ... his 
seven solo tackles tied him for third on the team. 




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On Wilson: Senior safety who came into his own in his first 
year at the position last season ... a confident player who 
spent his first two seasons at cornerback ... corner skills only 
helped the move to strong safety, as the Terps now have four 
returning starters at defensive back who have corner cover 
skills ... a sure tackier with good instincts . . . always seems to 
be around the ball ... an Iron Terp a year ago who posted a 
36-inch vertical jump and 345-pound bench press in this years 
testing. 

2002 (Junior): A 1 4-game starter at strong safety , . . posted 
a career high 72 tackles (49 solo), fifth-most on the team ... 
also had two TFLs. one sack, an interception and 10 pass 
breakups (third-most on the team) ... [Peach Bowl vs. UT] ... 
had one of his best games of the season ... was the teamS 
second-leading tackier (eight total) while coming up with a 
sack, two PBUs and a forced fumble ... (w, WFU] ... notched 
his first interception of the season off of a tipped 
pass in the first quarter ... had two tackles (one 
solo) and two pass breakups ... {at UVa] 
second on the team with a career- 
high 14 tackles (10 solo) ...it was 
the highest total this season ^ • 
for a Terp besides E.J. /\'>,'^ 
Henderson ... [vs. NCSUj 
... had eight tackles 
(seven solo) 
had one TFL 
for one yard 
and a pass 
breakup 




2001 ISophomore): Played in 10 games while starting 
three (missed the Clemson game with a hamstring injury) ... 
also saw action in the Orange Bowl ... finished the season 
with 25 tackles 1 1 9 unassisted), one sack, one TFL, one inter- 
ception and SIX PBUs ... (Orange Bowl vs UFj ... had four 
tackles and an interception . . . returned interception 36 yards 
to the Florida 3-yard line, but the Terps could only come away 
with a field goal , . . (vs. FSUj . . . started at corner and finished 
with five solo tackles ... also had one pass breakup ... (vs. 
Dukej ... notched his first career interception ... also was in 
on three pass breakups ... jvs. GTj ... had three tackles in his 
second career start ... also had two pass breakups before leav- 
ing the game with leg cramps ... /w. UVaj . . . recorded his first 
career sack in the first quarter and also forced a fumble by 
quarterback Bryson Spinner all on the same play .. (vs WFUj 
. . . made one of the biggest plays of the game with a pass 
breakup on fourth down with just 2:08 remaining ... finished 
with a season-high four tackles. 

2000 (Fieshman): Saw significant playing time (six games, 
one start) as a backup during his true freshman season before 
suffenng a knee injury in the Clemson game, which kept him 
sidelined for the remainder of the season . , . totaled 1 6 tack- 
les in the first six contests of the year including a career-high 
SIX stops (five solos) at West Virginia and five solo tackles at 
Clemson ... lone start came in the Clemson game. 



High School: A 2000 graduate of DeMatha High 
School in Hyattsville, Md. ... as a senior in 1999, 
caught 32 passes for 48 1 yards and six touchdowns 
in addition to registering three interceptions as a 
cornerback ... named honorable mention all-state in 

, addition to pulling down first team All-Prince Geotges 
County and first team All-WCAC honors ... selected to 
5uperPreps all-region team ... was a team co-captain 

three-year varsity player and two-year starter ... was one 

)f two players to start both ways in 1 999 ... high school 

coach was Bill McGregor 

Personal: Dennard Wilson was born March 31, 1 982 
... son of Tyrone Wilson and Gwen Mumford ... ma- 
joring in communications. 



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On Wimbush: Hard-hitting safety who will likely serve in a 
backup role in 2003 . . . works at one of the deepest spots on 
the Terp roster ... a highly-touted recruit two years ago who 
worked primarily on the scout team last year ... a player to 
watch in the future. 

2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... named defensive 
scout team Player of the Week for his work in practice the 
week of the Clemson game. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner at Dunbar High 
School in Washington, DC. ... in his three-year career at DHS, 
he totaled 20 interceptions, 1 98 tackles and 1 2 caused fumbles 
. . . named the Washington Post Defensive Player of the Year 
as a senior in 2000 . . . tabbed by the Post as, one of the Wash- 
ington 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 defen- 
sive 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 championship in 2000 ... was a pre- 
season Mid-Atlantic all-region choice by PrepStar . . . named to 
George Michaels Golden 1 1 All-Star team as a senior ... to- 
taled more than 1 00 tackles, nine interceptions and 1 pass 
breakups as a junior in captunng All-Met and all-league rec- 
ognition ... was also recruited by Pittsburgh and Michigan 
State ... high school coach was Craig Jefferies. 

Personal: Marcus Joseph Wimbush was born November I, 
1982 ... son of Jacqueline and Jessie Smith ... majoring in 
letters and sciences. 




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Prep: A 2003 graduate of Fork Union Military Academy in 
Fort Union, Va. , a lO-game starter ... was the teams sec- 
ond-leading tackier from his defensive-tackle spot as he 
notched 55 stops .. also posted seven sacks, one inteicep- 
tion and two fumble recoveries ... also recruited by Virginia 
Tech, Michigan State. Virginia and Ohio State . . . prep coach 
was John Shuman. 

High School: A 2002 graduate of Washington Lee High 
School in Arlington, \ft. ... saw action 3S an offensive and 
defensive-tackle ... led team in tackles from his defensive tackle 
spot . . a first team All-Northern Region selection . . . earned 
all-distnct honors a'i both an offensive and defensive lineman 
.. first team all-district all three years ... rated the No. 31 
overall prospect in the state of Virginia by SuperPrep ... also 
competed in wiiestling ... was a top five finisher in the heavy- 
weight division as a junior and senior ... initially signed with 
Virginia out of high school ... high school coach was Chad 
Lewis 

Personal: Robert Charles Armstrong was born July 6, 1983, 
in Woodbndge. Va. . . . is the son of Willie and Kathy Armstrong 
... majonng in letters and sciences ... is one of five siblings 
(has three brothers and one sisterl lists Warren Saoo as his 
favonte athlete 



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High School: A 2003 graduate of Teaneck High School in 
Teaneck. N J. ... a three-year letterwinner and two-year starter 
... split time between tailback and fullback, pnmanly playing 
tailback as a senior . njshed for 3,403 yards on 457 career 
carries with 39 touchdowns ... ran for 1,473 yards on 240 
cames|6.l avg.| with 18 touchdowns as a senior... also had 
1 receptions for 1 80 yards in 02 ... a first team all-state, all- 
county and alMeague selection as a senior ... first team All- 
Northern New Jersey alHeague*id alkounty while rushing 
for 1,591 yards as a junior... averaged 9.3 yards a carry and 
posted 20 TDs as a junior would have started as a sopho- 
more, but injured his ankle in game two and missed the re- 
mainder of the season ... timed at 4.4 in the 40-ya(d dash 
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ball Camp hosted by Penn State ... team went 8-3 in 2002, 
falling to the eventual state champ in the second round of 
the playoffs ... also competed in track and baseball ... was 
recruited by Michigan State, Penn State, Syracuse, Virginia and 
Boston College, 

Personal: Lance Alfred Ball was born June 19, 1 985 ... son 
of Lorenzo and Betty Ball ... a peer leader at his high school 
... brother Lorenzo, Jr, was an assistant coach at his high 
school , , majoring in letters and sciences 



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High School: A 2003 graduate of St. Johns College High 
School in Washington, D.C. ... two-way starter who played 
both offensive tackle and defensive tackle ... as a senior in 
2002, was a first team All-Met (defense) choice and first team 
All-WCAC selection in addition to being named all-aiea by the 
Pigskin Club of Washington, DC. ... was named to the 
SuperPrep All-Amenca team as a defensive lineman ... ath- 
letic, agile player who averaged close to 85 snaps per game 
while playing both ways ... led his team in tackles and sacks 
and was the top player on a defense that held the opposition 
to an average of 14.5 ppg ... outstanding physical specimen 
with room to grow ... as a junior recorded 55 tackles, 14 
sacks and caused two fumbles on his way to earning all-city 
honors on both sides of the ball ... also was named second 
team All-Met by the Washington Post ... an outstanding wres- 
tler who was 484 with 44 pins as a junior ... bench pressed 
345 pounds and has a 27-inch vertical leap ... considered at 
least 1 4 scholarship offers, including Ohio State, Boston Col- 
lege, Florida, Tennessee and Penn State, among others ... 
high school coach as a senior was former Maryland offensive 
line coach Elliot Uzelac. 

Personal: Conrad Willis Bolston was born January 9. 1985 
... the son of Adna and Norman Bolston . . . majonng in letters 
and sciences. 



In addition, he caught 2 1 passes for 236 yaids and two touch- 
downs .as a junior in 2001, he was an all-region choice 
after totaling 49 tackles, one sack, six TFLs, two interceptions 
and causing a pair of fumbles for a team which went 9-3 and 
finished ranked No. 8 in the state ... as a sophomoie, he 
played in the state championship game as Harrison posted a 
record of 1 2-3 and finished the year ranked No. 2 in the state 
... named first team all-state (Class 5A| and to the SuperPrep 
all-region team following his senior season ... named to 
PrepStarar\6 Tom Lemmings All-Southeast team ... ranked as 
the 18th-best linebacker in the nation by Lemming on 
ESPN.com ... team posted a 12-1 record in 2002, losing its 
only game of the season in the third round of ttie state play- 
offs ... Harnson finished the year ranked fifth in the state ... 
played on teams that compiled an aggregate record of 33-7 
. also ran track (spnnts and discus] where he recorded per- 
sonal bests of 1 1.7 (100 meters) and 24.00 (200 meters) ... 
was also recruited by Boston College. Notre Dame and 
Vanderbilt ... high school coach was Bruce Cobleigh. 

Personal: Tim Joseph Cesa was born September 1 5. 1 984 
son of Mary and Joe Cesa . . . plans to major in sports medi- 
cine ... last name is pronounced 'chas^uh' ... carried a 3.9 
grade point average in high school . . . majoring in letters and 

sciences 



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High School: A 2003 graduate of Loyalsock Township High 
School in Williamsport. Pa. ... a four-year varsity starter who 
played left tackle ... did not allow a sack during his high school 
career ... a two-time first team A)l-Susquehanna League selec- 
tion and a two-time Distritt 4 first-team choice ... was selected 
first team all-state (media) and to the Williamsport Gazette all- 
area first team as a senior . . . also was a SuperPrep alkegion 
selection ... nominated for the Big 33 all-star game ... key 
cog for an offensive attack that totaled mote than 1 . 500 yards 
passing and had a 1.000-yand rusher each of his last three 
seasons . helped his team to a combined record of 1 5-5 and 
playoff appearances his junior and senior seasons . . . also con- 
sidered Georgia Tech, NC Slate, Virginia and Penn State ... 
high school coach was Hm Thompson. 

Personal: Brock Elliott Choate was bom December 3. 1 984 
son of Warren Choate . . . majoring in letters and sciences. 

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High School: A 2003 graduate and four-year letterwinner 
at Hamson High School in Kennesaw. Ga. . . . threeyear starter 
. . . started both ways (LB/Tt) as a senior . . . totaled 1 45 tackles 
(82 solo), eight TFLs. six sacks and 13 QB hurries in 2002 ... 

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High School: A 2003 graduate of Spruce Creek High School 
in Port Orange, Fla. ,., a four-year letterwinner who spent 
time at offensive guard, offensive tacl<le and defensive tacl<le 
in his four years ... was the Silver Hawks' primaiy trap blocker 
... started his senior season at nght guaid ... also played de- 
fensive tackle in goal-line situations, notching 27 tackles ,,, a 
second-team all-state selection in 5A, the second-laigest class 
of football in Florida ... first team All-Five Star Conference and 
all-district despite the fact that his team did not win a game in 
2002 ... started all 10 games at offensive tackle as a junior 
while making 34 tackles on defense ... rated as the fourth- 
best offensive line prospect in Central Florida by Orlando Sen- 
tinel analyst Bill Buchalter ... rated as the 53rd-best offensive 
guard in the nation by Rivals, com . . . member of Spruce Creeks 
renowned weightlifting team (school has won 1 state titles) 
... benched 375, squated 525 and posted a 500-pound 
deadlift as a prep ... was also recruited by Florida, Tennessee, 
Vanderbilt and UCF , . . coached by Jared Zito his senior year 

Personal: Garrick Thomas Clig was born November 26, 1 984 . . . 
son of Tom and Jayne Clig . . . earned over a 3.0 cumulative grade 
point average as a prep majoring in letters and sciences. 



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High School: A 2003 graduate of Van Wert (Ohio) High 
School ... a three-year starter and varsity letterman . . , started 
at both offensive guard and defensive end as a junior and 
senior while serving as a starter at tackle as a sophomore ... 
first team all-state in Division III and Offensive Lineman of the 
Year in the Western Buckeye League as a senior ... also first 
team all-district while earning all-league honors as a guaid 
and defensive end in 2002 ... was second team all-league as 
a Junior ... rated as the 34th-best offensive guaid in the na- 
tion by Rivals.com... team went from narrowly qualifying for 
the playoffs to the state championship game his sophomoie 
year ... also wrestled and competed in track (shot put and 
discus) ... was also recruited by Purdue, Boston College, Wake 
Forest and Michigan State ... high school coach was Jeff Hood. 

Personal: Andrew Douglas Crummey was born October 
22, 1984 ... is the son of Janet Crummey and George 
Crummey ... Is Interested in political science and chose Maiy- 
land partially because of its close proximity to the nations capi- 
tal . . brother, Pat, is on the New York Giants' practice squad 
and a former AlWmerlcan at Youngstown State ... majoring 
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High School: A 2003 graduate of Dunbar High School in 
Washington, D.C. .. . a three-year starter who primarily played 
tight end and safety but also saw time at wide receiver, kick 
returner, linebacker and defensive end in his tenure ... an 
outstanding athlete who was clocked at 4.4 in the 40-yaiti 
dash, 10.7 in the 100 meters and posted a 39-inch vertical 
jump as a prep... caught 2 1 passes for 5 1 1 yards (24.3 avg.) 
and five touchdowns as a senior despite missing three games 
with a deep bone bruise below his knee ... also caught three 
two-point conversions and returned four kicks (two kickoffs 
and two punts) for touchdowns ... had 35 receptions for 385 
yards and 1 1 TDs as a junior ... selected to play in the U.S. 
Army All-American Bowl , . . rated as the thiid-best tight end in 
the nation by ESPN. corn's Tom Lemming ... a member of 
SuperPrep's Elite 50 and that publication^ 39th-rated player 
nationally . . a Mid-Atlantic all-region pick by SuperPrep and 
the third-best player (at any position) in the region . . . second 
team All-USA by USA Today . . . ranked as the fourth-best tight 
end in the nation and the seventh-best player (overall) in the 
Atlantic East by Rivals.com ... first team All-Met by the Wash- 
ington Post . . . Gatorade Player of the Year for the District of 
Columbia ... team went 31-5 and won two city champion- 
ships in his three years at Dunbar ... competed in basketball 
and track and field ... was the DCIAA state champion in the 
high jump with a leap of 6-5 ... chose Maiyland over Flonda, 
Virginia, Purdue and Miami (Fla.), among others . . . high school 
coach was Craig Jefferies. 

Personal: Vernon Lernard Davis was born January 31, 1 984 
... son of Jacqueline Davis ... majonng in letters and sciences 
... nickname IS "Duke." 



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High School: A 2003 graduate of Gwynn Park High School 
In Brandywine, Md. . . . a three-year starter at middle linebacker 
..the consensus No, I prep linebacker in the country ... has 
posted a 320-pound bench and a 32-incfi vertical jump ... 
notched 1 49 tackles (88 solo) as a senior to go along with 1 
sacks, one interception, nine forced fumbles and seven fumble 
recovenes ,., also played fullback in short-yanJage situations, 
scoring one touchdown ... recorded 1 68 tackles, 39 TFLs, 1 3 
sacks, three forced fumbles and three interceptions as a jun- 
ior ... selected to play in the 2003 US Army All-Amencan 
Bowl ... a Parade All-American ... first team All-USA by USA 
Today . . . runner-up for state defensive player of the year hon- 



ors ... first team all-state by the Associated Press as a junior 
and senior ... rated the No. I outside linebacker and the over- ( 
all 25th-best player in the countiy by ESPN.com's Tom Lem- 
ming .. . descnbed by Lemming as a player who "plays like a I 
young Ray Lewis" . . , first team All-Metro and Defensive Player 
of the Year by the Washington Post . . All-American and top- ' 
rated linebacker in the country by SuperPrep ... also 
SuperPrep's 1 2th-rated player in the country overall. No, 2- 
rated player in the Mid-Atlantic region and a member of that 
publications Elite 50 ... rated as the second-best playei; re- 
gardless of position, in the Atlantic East region by Rivals.com 
. . . named Defensive Player of the Year as a junior by the Ga- 
zette newspapers ... team went 9-1 his senior year ... sopho- 
more season saw an appearance in the state championships 
and featured a linebacking corps that included Jefferson, 
Kellen Pruitt (Syracuse) and Seth Mitchell (Michigan State) ... 
also played basketball as a freshman and sophomore ... re- 
cruited by Miami (Fla.), Ohio State, Florida State, Notre Dame, 
Penn State and Virginia, among others ... high school coach 
was Danny Hayes. 

Personal: Wesley Scott Jefferson was born Apnl 23, 1 985 ... 
son of Michael and Roscheta Jefferson ... nickname is 'The 
Hawk" ... took up playing the piano in his senior year of high 
school and likes vintage automobiles ... majonng in letters 
and sciences. 



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Junior College: A 22-game starter at center for Nassau 
Community College in Garden City, N.Y, where he spent the 
2001 and 2002 seasons ... intelligent player with good up- 
per body strength ... gave up a total of three sacks in two 
seasons ... posted a school-record 12 pancake blocks as a 
freshman against Lackawanna CC , , team went 15-7 in his 
two years there , , . was recruited by Florida, Penn State, Syra- 
cuse and Virginia , . , coach was John Anselmo, 

High School: A 200 1 graduate of Milford (Conn.) Academy 
, . . spent his senior year at Milford after two years at Christo- 
pher Columbus High School in Bronx, NY ... played center 
and defensive tackle all three years of high school . . . was an 
area all-star at Milford . . . named Columbus' Offensive and De- 
fensive Lineman of the Year in his first year playing football 
1 1 998) and helped lead the Blue Steel to their first-ever play- 
off appearance in 99 ... posted 66 tackles and five sacks in 
1 999, earning all-burrough honors . , . initially signed with Vir- 
ginia out of high school ... was also recruited by Ole Miss and 
Iowa . . . coached as a prep by William Chaplick (Milford) and 
David Diaz (Columbus). 

Personal: Robert Jenkins was born March 20, 1 982, in Bronx, 
NY ,. son of Roger and Helen Jenkins ... cousin, Michael 
Jenkins, was a starting wide receiver on Ohio States 2002 
national championship team ... enjoys customizing automo- 
biles in his spare time ... majoring in letters and sciences. 



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High School: A 2003 graduate of Thomas Jefferson High 
School in Tampa, Fla, ... g four-year starter at defensive end 
,,. recorded 74 tackles and seven sacks as a senior .,. posted 
80 tackles, II sacks and four fumble recoveries asajunior... 
an honorable mention all-state selection in 2002 . . . first team 
All-f^orth Sun Coast, All-Hillsborough County and Ali-Western 
Conference pick as a senior ... an allKonference and all-dis- 
tnct performer as a junior . . . rated as the 1 8th-best defensive 
end in the nation by Rivals.com ... ranked as the 82nd-best 
player overall in the state of Florida by the Orlando Sentinel 
... Thomas Jefferson team went 13-2 in 2002, losing in the 
state finals ... school had nine Division I prospects his senior 
season ... high school teammate of fellow Terp recruit Donnie 
Woods ... Jefferson went 24-4 the last two years ... letteied 
three years in basketball ... was also recruited by Michigan 
State, Notre Dame, South Carolina and Tulane . . . high school 
coach was Mike Simmonds. 

Personal: Jermaine Curtis Lemons was born November 1 5, 
1984 .. son of Curtis and Wanda Lemons ... planning on 
majonng in engineering ,., carried a 3.50 grade-point aver 
age in high school ... majoring in letters and sciences. 




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High School: A 2003 graduate of Pottstown |Pa.) High School 
... a four-year starter ... played offensive tackle, defensive 
tackle, nose guard and defensive end in his four years ... 
started all 1 1 games his senior season at offensive and defen- 
sive tackle ... averaged over five pancake blocks a game in 
02 ... did not allow a sack his junior year ... first team all- 
league and all-area on both sides of the ball ... first team All- 
Southeast Pennsylvania by the Philadelphia Inquirer at offen- 
sive tackle as a senior . . . rated as the 25th-best offensive tackle 
in the nation by ESPN, corn's Tom Lemming . . . SuperPreps 1 5th- 
rated player in the in the state of Pennsylvania ... part of a 
defense that posted nine shutouts and allowed just thiee 
points in Its league his senior year . . . started at tackle as a 64, 
270-pound ninth-grader ... also competed in track and field 
... top marks include a 53-foot throw in the shot put and 1 35 
feet in the discus . . . selected Maryland over West Virginia, NC 
State, Virginia, Purdue and Penn State ... high school coach 
was Jody Cwik. 

Personal: Brandon Antwone Nixon was born December 2, 
1 984 ... son of Darryl Nixon and Margo Boekhoudt . . . major- 
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High School: A 2003 graduate of DeMatha High School in 
Hyattsville, Md. ... four-year varsity leiterwinner and three- 
year starter ... only player to start at quarterback as a sopho- 
more in head coach Bill McGregors 2 1 seasons as a head 
coach ... ended his career as the schools all-time winningest 
quarterback (294 in his 33 starts) ... as a senior in 2002, 
completed 75 of 1 25 (.600) passes for 1 ,377 yaids and 1 1 
touchdowns ... was a consensus all-state selection ... also 
earned first team Ail-WCAC, first team All-Prince Georges 
County, and second team All-Met honors ...in addition, was 
named to SuperPreps AlliVnenca team . . . helped lead his team 
to a 7-3 record and a spot in the WCAC championship game 
. . . threw for more than 1 , 500 yards and 1 2 touchdowns as a 
junior while leading DeMatha to an 11 -0 record and a WCAC 
championship ... as a sophomore, led DeMatha to a WCAC 
title and an 1 1 ■ I mark . . . high school coach was Bill McGregor 

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Personal: Ryan Christopher Mitch was born September 1 2, 
1984 ... son of Janet and Robert Mitch ... father played col- 
lege football at Syracuse, lettenng the 1 973, 74 and 75 sea- 
sons ... majoring in letters and sciences. 

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High School: A 2003 graduate of Uoyd C. Bird High School 
in Richmond, Va. ... three-ye. r starter at defensive end ... 
played on teams that posted 1 wins each of his last three 
seasons, including a 27-1 district record .... dedicated athlete 
noted for his strong work ethic and relentless style of play . . . 
as a senior in 2002, he recorded 1 0.5 quarterback sacks, 38 
pressures and more than 100 total tackles ... voted second 
team all-state by Associated Press and the coaches' associa- 
tion of Virginia ... in addition, he was named first team all- 
region, first team all-distnct, first team All-Metro ... named his 
teams defensive most valuable player ... LC. Bird went 1 0-2, 
won the Dominion District championship and was runnerup 
of the Central Region (Div. 6) ... Bird went 10-1 and won the 
Dominion Distnct championship in 2001 and was 10-2 and 
district champion in 2000 ... set the school record in the shot 
put as a junior ... also considered offers from North Carolina, 
East Carolina and Marshall, among others ... first high school 
coach at LC. Bird High School was Terp offensive line coach 
Tom Brattan ... high school coach was David Bedwell. 



Personal: Patrick Daniel Powell was born Oaober 1 5, 1 984 

... son of John and Manon Powell ... majoring in letters and 

sciences. 

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High School: A three-year letterwinnerand 2002 graduate 
of South Hagerstown High School in Hagerstown, Md. ... a 
state champion sprinter who was rated the fourth-best quar- 
terback in the Atlantic Region by PrepStar and the top QB in 
the state of Maryland his senior year ... a three-year varsity 
starter (he did not compete at South Hagerstown in football 
as a sophomore while attending Montrose Chnstian before 
transfernng back to South Hagerstown) who saw most of his 
action as a freshman at split end ... in his two full seasons 
directing an option attack, he completed 1 1 9-of-2 1 8 passes 
for 2,022 yards and 19 touchdowns while rushing for 919 
yards and 12 touchdowns on 170 carnes ... as a senior he 
passed for 1,018 yards and 10 touchdowns and rushed for 
535 yards and nine TDs ... named PrepStar All-American in 
addition to being named SuperPrep all-region, honorable 
mention all-state, All-Washington County and all-league ... 
against Francis Scott Key he completed 22 of 37 passes for 
296 yards and three touchdowns, one of the top passing 
games in the state in 2001 ... as ajunioc he passed for 843 
yards and eight touchdowns and rushed for 384 yards and 
three scores . . . also had four interceptions on defense ... was 
named the Offensive Player of the Year in Washington County 
and all-area as a defensive back ... as a freshman in 1 998, he 
started on the varsity at split end ( 1 4 receptions for 1 62 yards) 
before starting at quarterback for the final three games of the 
season ... he totaled five career interceptions while playing 
on defense, including one returned 95 yards for a game-win- 
ning touchdown vs. Middletown . . . won the state 800-meter 
title in 1 999 and the state 400-meter title (48.0) in 2001 ...as 
a point guard on the basketball team., he started as a fresh- 
man and was the teams leading scorer as a junior and senior 
... also recruited by West Virginia, Virginia Tech, North Caro- 
lina and Virginia ... high school coach was Greg Kellick. 

Personal: Domonique Richmond was born October 1 , 1983 
... son of Richard Richmond and Barbara Jackson ... majof- 
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High School: A 2003 graduate of Piscataway (N,J.) High 
School . . a three-year starter at defensive end who also saw 
time as a starter at tight end in his final two seasons . . . posted 
1 47 career tackles , . . had 57 tackles, 30 tackles for loss, three 
sacks and one fumble recovery as a senior ... made 55 tack- 
les, 1 2 for a loss, six sacks, three forced fumbles and two inter- 
ceptions as a junior ... an all-state selection and Super 100 
pick (New Jersey Coaches Association) in 2002 ... an all-re- 
gion selection by SuperPrep in 2002 . . . earned all-group, all- 
division, all-county all-area and all-conference honors as a 
junior and senior ... helped lead his team to a 12-0 record 
and the Central Jersey Group 4 state title as a senior ... 
Piscataway allowed just 5.7 ppg that season . . . also competed 
in track where he had a personal record of 1 50 feet in the 
javelin ... was recruited by Boston College, Clemson and his 
hometown team, Rutgers ... high school coach was Joe 
Kuronyi. 

Personal: Omarr A. Savage was born January 27, 1985 ... 
son of Sally and Abdullah Savage ... majoring in letters and 
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High School: A 2003 graduate of Sussex Central High School 
in Georgetown, Del. ... a three-year starter at both wide re- 
ceiver and free safety ... had 24 receptions for 4 1 5 yards with 
SIX touchdowns as a senior ... also had three rushing touch- 
downs and one kickoff return for a TD despite mrssing a game- 
and-a-half with a high ankle sprain ... posted a caieer-high 
four interceptions in 2002 . . . had a breakout junior season in 
which he caught 26 passes for 585 yatds and nine touch- 
downs while rushing for another 300 yards and three TDs . . . 
returned four kicks for touchdowns as a junior as well ... 
named the Gatorade State Player of the Year as a senior ... 
second team all-state as a senior and first team as a junior . . . 
first team alkonference both seasons , . , ranked a top 50 player 
at his position by Rivals com . . . SCHS went 9-2 and made the 
District I state semifinals in 2002 . . . team made the playoffs all 
three years he was a starter but had never made it prior to his 
arrival . . . also competed in basketball ... was also recruited by 
Iowa, Oregon, Virginia Tech and Penn State ... high school 
coach was John Wells. 

® Personal: Andrew Ray Weatherly was born April 28, 1 984 
. . son of Andrew Brown and Margarette Weatherly . major- 
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High School: A 2003 graduate of DeMatha High School in 
Hyattsville, Md, ... two-year varsity starter who played wide 
receiver and cornerback in addition to returnrng kickoffs and 
punts ... as a senror rn 2002, was named first team all-state, 
first team All-Met, first team All-WCAC and first team All-Prince 
Georges County ... also was named to George Michaels 
"Golden 1 1 " all-star team and was a SuperPrep all-region se- 
lection . . . versatile player who had five interceptions and was 
also his team's leading receiver (27 catches, 694 yards, six 
touchdowns) as a senior ..helped DeMatha to a spot in the 
WCAC championship game as a senior ... also ran track at 
DeMatha, where he was a part of a school record-setting 4x100 
relay team . . . also considered Clemson, Syracuse, North Caro- 
lina, NC State and South Carolina ... high school coach was 
BrII McGregor 

Personal: Joshua Matthew Wilson was born March II, 1 985 
... son of Valanda and Trmothy Wilson ... his father lettered as 
a fullback in football at Maryland from 1 974-76 (the Terps 
won ACC titles all three years) ... majoring in letters and sci- 
ences. 



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High School: A fall 2002 graduate of Thomas Jefferson High 
School in Tampa, Fla. ... a four-year starter at offensive and 
defensive tackle ... played his first two years at Pasco High 
School in Dade City Fla. ... tore the anterior cruciate ligament 
in his knee in practice prior to the srxth game of his senror 
season, but still managed first team all-state honors in class 
4A ... returned a fumble for a touchdown as a freshman de- 
fensive tackle at Pasco ... was a second team All-Gridiron pick 
which IS the all-state team in Florida that encompasses all play- 
ers, regardless of their schools classification ... a PrepStar and 
SuperPrep Ail-American ... first team all-county by the Tampa 
Tribune ar\6 St. Petersburg Times ..- first team all-conference 
and all-county as a junior and senior .. . rated as Hillsborough 
Countys top offensive lineman after his junior year by the 
Tampa Tribune . . . Thomas Jefferson team went 1 3-2 in 2002, 
losing in the state finals ... school had nine Division I pros- 
pects his senior season ... high school teammate of fellow 
Terp recruit Jermaine Lemons ... Jefferson went 24-4 in his 
final two seasons ... competed in track (shot and discus), 
weightlifting and wrestling ... was also recruited by Florida 
State, Tennessee, Oklahoma and LSU ... high school coach 
was Mike Simmonds. 

Personal: Donald Anthony Woods was born January 27, 
1984, in Dade City Fla. .,, sonof Don and Donna Woods ... 
father played on two Florida state championship basketball 
teams . . . brother Brian, is an assistant coach at Jefferson and 
played college football at Ole Miss in 1994 and '95 ... grand- 
father Lester Bales, was a pitcher in the Cleveland Indians 
organization . . . lists New Orleans Saints Irneman Kyle Turley 
as his favorite athlete ... majoring in letters and sciences ... 
one of 1 children in his family (has six sisters, three brothers). 




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Northern Illinois 


100 


Florida State 


101 


TTie Citadel 


102 


West Virginia 


103 


Eastern Michiqan 


104 


Clemson 


105 


Duke 


106 


Georgia Tech 


107 


North Carolina 


108 


Virginia 


109 


NC State 


110 


Wake Forest 




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112 


2003 Bowl Schedule 


113 


Marylands Travel Idnerarv 


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Aug. 28 Maryland 


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Sep. 6 


Tennessee Tech 




Sea 20 


at Alabama 




Sep. 27 


Iowa State 




Oct. 4 


Ohio 




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at Central Michiqan 




Oct. 18 


Western Michiqan 




Oa.25 


at Bowlinq Green 




Nov. I 


Ball State 




Nov. 8 


at Buffalo 




Nov. 15 


at Toledo 




Nov. 22 


Eastern Michiqan 




2002 Results 

Auq. 29 Wake Forest 


W 42-41 (OTl 


Sep. 7 


at South Florida 


L 6-37 


Sep. 14 


at Wisconsin 


L 21-24 


Sep. 21 


Western Illinois 


L 26-29 . 


Sep. 28 


Kent State 


W 13-6 


Oct. 5 


at Ball State 


W 41-29 


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at Miami lOhioj 


W 48-41 


Oct. 19 


Central Michiqan 


W 49-0 


Oct. 26 


at Western Michiqan 


W 24-20 


Nov. 9 


Bowlinq Green State 


W 26-17 


Nov 16 


at Eastern Michiqan 


W 49-21 


Nov 23 


Toledo 


L 30-33 



aeneRai inFORmaTion 

Location DeKalb, III 60115 
founded 1895 
f nro//ment 24,948 
Nickname: Huskies 
Colors: Cardinal, Black 
Stadium: Huskie Stadium |30,076| 
Surface: Field Turf 
Conference: Mid-American 
President: John G. Peters 
Athletic Director: Cary Groth 

HISTORy 

First Year of Football: 1899 

Ml-Time Bowl Record: lA 

Years in Postseason Play: 6 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1 983 California Bowl 

teu/t. Defeated Cal State-Fullerton, 20-13 

/^//Tme Record: 453-4 1 8-5 1 

SPORTS IRFORmaTIOn 

footo;/5/D MikeKorcek 

Office. (815)753-1706 

Home; (81 5) 758-1238 

E-Mail: mkorcek@niu,edu 
Football Assistant: Robert Hester 

Home: (847) 289-0469 

E-Mait rhester@niu edu 
F<jx; (81 51753-9540 
Preis Bo* Pfione: (8 15) 753-0609 
SID Mailing Address: 209 Convocation Center, NIU, DeKalb, IL 

60115 
Oi/em/ght/lddress,' 209 Convocation Center NIU, 1525 West Lin- 
coln Highway, DeKalb, IL 601 15 
Web Site Address: www.niuhuskies.com 

RiBDiaTeamLinK inFORmaTiOR 

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GOaCHIRa STaFF 

Head Coach Joe Novak (Miami. Ohio '67| 

Career Record: 28-50 (7 years] 

/4t5choo/ 28-50 (7 years) 

Football Office Phone: (8 1 5) 753-1 825 

Best r/me to /?each Coach, Monday through Thursday, 1 1:00a m 

to Noon 
Weeldy Press Conference. None 
Assistant Coaches: Bill Bleil, TE, Greg Bower DL, Malta Canada, 

QB/OC; Denny Doornbos, LB, George McDonald, WR, Sam 

Pittman, OU Mike Sabock, DE/RC; Scott Shafer, DB/DC; 

DeAndre Smith, RB. 

Team iRFORRiaTioR 

2002 Record: 8-4 

2002 Conference Record: 7-1 (T-1 st) 
2002 Final Rankings: N/A 
Basic Offense: l-Formation 
Basic Defense: Attack 4-3 
Lettermen Returning/Lost. 44/1 5 
Starters Returning/Lost: 14/10 

HDRORS CaRDIDaTRS 

Brian Atkinson, LB; Steve Azar, PK; Randee Drew, CB; Nick Duffy, 
LB; PJ. Fleck, WR; Todd Ghilani, C; Akil Grant, SS; Lionel 
Hickenbottom, FS; Travis Moore, DE; Dan Sheldon, PR; Michael 
Turner TB; Jake VerStraete, OT 

OFFenSIVe STaRTBRS RBTURRina (7) 

Brad Cieslak, TE; Todd Ghilani, C; Josh Haldi, OB; Keith Perry, SE, 
Dan Sheldon, ELK; Michael Turner, TB; Jake VerStraete OT 

DBFGRSIVe STaRTBRS RBTURRIRB (6) 

Brian Atkinson. LB, Randee Drew, CB, Nick Duffy, LB; Jason Frank, 
DE; Akil Grant, SS, Travis Moore, DE. 

SBRIBS HISTORH 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 1-0-0 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads, 1-0-0 

Series at Northern Illinois. N/A 

First Meeting: 1996, Maryland, 30-6 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland 1 996 (30-6) 

Last Terrapin Win at Northern Illinois N/A 

Lust Huskie Win at Maryland: N/A 

Last Huskie Win at Northern Illinois. N/A 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won one 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory. 24 (30-6, 1 996) 

Northern Illinois Largest Margin of Victory. N/A 



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Michael Turner, TB 


12-11 


338 


1,915 


5.7 


19 






AJ. Harris, TB 


12-0 


45 


172 


4.5 


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Passing 


MS 


PA 


PC 


Pet 


Yds 


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Josh Haldi, QB 


12-12 


130 


254 


51.2 


2,027 


6 


15 


Receiving 


GCS 


ffee 


Yds 


Avg 


VPG 


ID 




Dan Sheldon, WR 


12-11 


40 


783 


19.6 


65.3 


5 




Sam Hurd, WR 


12-0 


22 


512 


23.3 


42.7 


3 




Michael Turner, TB 


12-11 


10 


100 


10.0 


8.3 







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6^S 


UT 


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TT 


Int 


Sachs 


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Akil Grant, SS 


12-12 


92 


46 


138 


2 


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Nick Duffv, LB 


12-12 


79 


43 


122 


I 


2 


11 


Brian Atkinson, LB 


12-12 


47 


27 


74 





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Jason Frank, DE 


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Sep 20 
Sep 27 


Colorado 




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Oa. 11 


Miami 




Oct 18 


at Virqinia 




Oct. 25 


Wake Forest 




Nov. 1 


at Notre Dame 




Nov. 8 


at Clemson 




Nov 15 


NC State 




Nov 29 


at Florida 




2002 

Aug. 24 
Auq.31 


Results 

at kjwa State 


W 38-31 


Virqinia 


W 40-19 


Sep. 14 


atMarytand 


W 37-10 


Sep 21 


Duke 


W 48-17 


Sep 26 


at Louisville 


L 20-26 (OTl 


Oct 3 


Clemson 


W 48-31 


Oal2 


at Miami 


L 27-28 


Oa26 


None Dame 


L 24-34 


Nov. 2 


at Wake Forest ft 


W 34-21 


Nov. 9 


atGeoraiaTech 


W 21-13 


Nov. 16 


North Caro(ina 


W 40-14 


Nov 23 


at NC State 


L 7-17 


Nov 30 
Jan. 1 


Fkjnda 


W 31-14 


Geofqia INokia Suoar Bcwil 


L 13-26 ^ 



acnGRai inFORmaTion 

Location: Tallahassee, Fla. 32316 

Founded 1851 

fnro;/ment: 36,683 

Symbol: Seminoles 

Colors: Garnet, Gold 

Stadium: Doak S, Campbell Stadium (82,300) 

Surface: Natural Grass 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

President: Or, T.K Wetherell 

Athletic Director: Dave Hart Jr. 

HISTORy 

First year of foofOa/;; 1947 

All-Time Bowl Record: 19-11-2 

Vearj in Postseason Play 32 

Last Postseason /Appearance: 2002 Nokia Sugar Bow/I 

Result: Loss to Georgia, 1 3-26 

A/;-7;me Record; 409-204-1 7 

SPORTS IRFDRmaTIOn 

foorto/;5/D. Rob Wilson 

Office (8501644-1403 

Home (8501894-5801 

£-Ma// rlwilson@mailerfsu.edu 
Football Msistanl Jeff Purinton 

Home (850)2984117 

f-Ma//. jpurinto®mailer.fsu.edu 

Fax: (850) 644-3820 
Press Box Phone: (850) 644-4057 

SID Mailing Address: University Center C, Room 5405. Tallahas- 
see, FL 323 16 
Overnight Address: Moore Athletic Center, Stadium Drive and 

Pensacola Street, Tallahassee, FL 32306 
Web Site Address: www seminoles com 

meDiaTeamLiRK iRFDRmaTion 

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caacHin!] sraFF 

Head Coach: Bobby Bowden (Howard College '53) 

Career Record 332-96-4 (37 years) 

/lrSc/ioo;259-64-4 (27 years) 

Football Office Phone: (850) 644- 1 465 

Sejt Time to Reach Coach: Monday through Thursday, 1 0.00 a.m. 

to Noon 
Weekly Press Conference Sundays at 8:30 after home game and 

via conference call at 4:30 after road games 
/^s/Jtanf Coaches. JodyAilen OE: Mickey Andrews, DB/DC/AHC; 

Jeff Bowden, WR/OC, Datyl Dickey, OB; Odell Haggins, DT; 

Jimmy Heggins, OU John Lilly, TE/RC: Billy Sexton, RB/AHC; 

Kevin Steele, LB 

Team iRFDRmarion 

2002 Record 9-5 

2002 Conference Record: 7-i (1st) 

2002 Final Rankings AP (21 ), ESPN/USA Today |23) 

Basic Offense: Pro-Style 

Basic Defense: 4-3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost 47/2 1 

Sfarfer; Returning/Lost: 1 5/9 

HDRDRS canDiDaiBS 

Michael Boulware, LB; &eg Jones, RB: Kendyll Pope, LB, 

OFFBRSIUB SiaRTGRS RBTURninS (U) 

BJ, Dean, FB, Greg Jones, RB; Olris Rix. OB; Ray Willis, OT 

DBFensive siaRiGRS RGTURnina dO) 

Allien Augustin, LB; Michael Boulware, LB; Rufus Brown, C6; Jerome 
Carter, RV, Darnell Dockett. DT Kevin Emanuel, DE; BJ, Ward, 
FS: Travis Johnson, NG: Kendyll Pope, LB; Stanford Samuels, 
CB 

SGRIGS HISTORy 

Series Record Flonda State leads, 1 3*0 

Series at Maryland: Flonda State leads, 6-0-0 

Series at Florida State. Florida State leads, 6-<W) 

Weutra/; Florida State leads, 1-0-0 

First Meeting. 1965. Florida State, 45-21 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: N/A 

Last Terrapin Win at Florida State. N/A 

Last Seminole Win at Maryland 2002 (37-10) 

Last Seminole Win at Florida State. 200 1(52-31) 

Current Series Streak: Flonda State has won 1 3 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory. N/A 

Florida State's largest Margin of Viooty. 52 (59-7. 2000) 



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Rushing <rCS Att 


Yds 


Avg 


7D 






Greq Jones, RB 


10-10 


161 


938 


5.8 


8 






Chns Rix. QB 


ll-ll 


85 


289 


3.4 


3 






Passing 


(rCS 


PA 


PC 


Pet 


Yds 


W 


Int 


Chns Rix. OB 


ll-ll 


225 


118 


52.4 


1,584 


13 


7 


Fabian Walker, QB 


4^ 


20 


12 


50.0 


143 


1 


2 


Receiving 


GGS 


ffec 


Yds 


Avq 


YPG 


7D 




Craphonso Thorpe, WR 


14-14 


17 


377 


22.2 


25.9 


4 




PK. Sam, WR 


11-11 


15 


173 


11.5 


15.7 







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CC5 


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TT 


Int 


Sxks 


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Kendvll Pope, LB 


14-14 


68 


53 


131 


2 





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Michael Boulware, IB 


14-14 


57 


60 


127 


2 


1 


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2003 Schedule 

Auq. 30 Charleston Southern 


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Sep. 6 


at Delaware 




Sep. 13 


at Maryliind 




Sep. 20 


at Western Carolina 




Sep. 27 


Appalachian State 




Oa4 


Elon 




Ort. 18 


Furman 




Oa.25 


at Georgia Southern 




Nov. 1 


Wofford 




Nov. 8 


at Chattanooqa 




Nov 1 5 


VMI ICharlottel 




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Sep. 7 


at East Tennessee State 




Results 

atLSU 


L 10-35 


Sep. 14 


Delaware 


W 24-20 


Sep. 21 


Western Carolina 


L 34-37 


Sep. 28 


at Appalachian State 


L 28-37 


Oct. 5 


at Wvominq 


L 30-34 


Oct. 12 


East Tennessee State 


W 26-7 


Oct. 19 


at Furman 


L 10-37 


Oa.26 


Georqia Southern 


L 24-28 


Nov. 2 


at Wofford 


L 14-27 


Nov. 9 


Chattanooga 


L 31-34 


Nov. 16 


vs. VMI (at Charlotte) 


L 21-23 


Nov 21 


Charleston Southern 


W 53-19 









SBneRai inFDRmaTiDn 

Location: Charleston, S.C, 29409 

fourided 1842 

Enrollment: 1.800 

Nickname: Bulldogs, Cadets 

Colors: Citadel Blue, White 

Stad/um, Johnson Hagood Stadium |2 1,000) 

Surface: Natural Grass 

Conference: Southern 

President: Major General John S, Grinalds 

Athletic Director: Les Robinson 

HISTDRy 

first year of Footto/;. 1905 

All-Time Bowl Record: 1-0 

Years in Postseason Play: 1 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1960 Tangerine Bowl 

Result: Defeated Tennessee Tech, 27-0 

/l//-77/T?e /?ecord. 421-465 

SPORTS IRFORmaTIDR 

Foof6a//5/D MikeHayden 

Office (B43| 953-5120 

Home: (8431853-3661 

E-Mail: mike.hayden@citadel,edu 
Fax: |843| 953-5058 
Press Box Phone: (843) 953-5004 
SID Mailing Address: The Citadel Media Relations Office. 1 7 1 

Moultrie Street, Charleston, SC 29409 
Overnight Address: Same 
Web Site Address: www.citadelsports.com 

RiefliaTeaRILIRK inFDRRiaTIDR 

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GDaCHIRa STaFF 

Head Coach Ellis Johnson (The Citadel 75) 

Career Record: 6-16 (2 years) 

ASchoo/. 6-16 (2 years] 

Football Office Phone: (843) 953-5 1 23 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID Office 

Weekly Press Conference: N/A 

Assistant Coaches: Maurice Dayton, S; Les Herrin, LB/DC, Ken 
Kellahan, TE; Danny Lewis, RB/RC, Roberto Pinilla, DL; Ahren 
Self, DB, Toby Strange, QB; John Zernheldt, OLyOC. 

Team iRFDRmaTiDR 

2002 Record: 3-9 

2002 Conference Record: I -7 )9th) 

2002 Final Rankings: N/A 

Basic Offense: Multiple Pro-Style 

Basic Defense: 4-3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 42/1 1 

Starters Returning/Lost: 23/5 

HDRORS CaRDIDaTBS 

Nehemiah Broughton, TB,- Scooter Johnson, WR; TJ Rose, LB 

DFFBRSIVe STaRTBRS RBTURRinR (R) 

Dan Blary, OL; Nehemiah Broughton, TB, Lew Dawson, OL, Por- 
ter Johnson, FB, Scooter Johnson, WR, Bud Pough, WR, Chris 
Franklin, TE; Kevin Olecki, OL, Jared Perdue, OL. 

OBFBRSIUB STaRTBRS RBTURRIOB 0> 

Michael Ballentine, DT Marcus Cohen, CB, Shawn Grant, SS; James 
Green, LB, Rudy Griffin, DT Travis Hodge, LB, Dru Knight, 
CB, TJ. Rose, LB, Julian West, LB. 



SBRIBS HISTORy 

Series Record First Meeting 



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Nehemiah Brouahton, TB 


12-5 


224 


1,038 


4.6 


11 






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157 


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Yds 


Avg 


YPG 


TD 




Scooter Johnson, WR 


12-12 


69 


250 


13.8 


79.2 


7 




Bud Pouqh, WR 


12-12 


24 


320 


13.3 


25.7 


4 




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12-12 


50 


46 


96 


1 


3 


14 


Michael Ballentine, DE 


12-12 


32 


39 


71 





9 


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Travis Hodqe, LB 


12-12 


40 


28 


68 





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Schedule 

Wisconsin 


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Sep 13 


Cincinnab 




Sep. 20 

Oa 2 


at Maryland 




at Miami 




Oa II 


Rutgers 




Oa22 


Virqinia Tecfi 




Nov 1 


Central Florida 




Nw.8 


at Boston Colleqe 




Nov. 15 


Pittsburqh 




Nov 22 


at Syracuse 




Nov 29 


Temple 




2002 Results 

Auq 31 UT- Chattanooaa 


W 56-7 


Sep? 


at Wisconsin 


L 17-34 


Sep. 14 


at Cincinnatj 


W 35-32 


Sep 28 


East Carolina 


W 37-17 


OctS 


Maryland 


L 17-48 


Oct 12 


atRutqen 


W 40O 


Oa 19 


Syracuse 


W 34-7 


Oa.26 


Miami 


L 2340 


Nov. 2 


at Temple " 


W 46-20 


Nov 9 


Boston Colleqe 


W 24-14 


Nov 20 


at Wrqjnia Tech 


W 21-18 


Nov 30 


at Pittstxirah 


W 24-17 


Dec 28 


Virginia (Continental Tire Bowl 


L 22-48 






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yunuRai inroRiTiaiion 

LoiJtion. Morgdntown, WVd 26506 

Founded: 1867 

Enrollment: 23,000 

Nickname: Mountaineers 

Colon: Old Gold, Blue 

Stadium: Mountaineer Field (63,500| 

Surface: Astroturf 

Conference: Big fast 

President David C. Hardesty Jr 

Athletic Director: Ed Pastilong 

HISTORB 

first Vear of footfta//. 1891 

All-Time Bowl Record: 9-13 

Years in Postseason Play: 22 

Last Postseason Appearance: 2002 Continental Tire Bowl 

Result: Lost to Virginia. 48-22 

/V;-7/me;?ecord; 6 1 5-428-45 

SPORTS IRFORRiaTIOR 

Football SID Shelly Poe 

Office. (30 1 1 293-2821 

Home: (304| 599-7259 

E-Mail: shelly.poe@mail.wvu edu 
Football Assistant: Michael Fragale 

Hor77e.- (304| 296-2029 

f-Mar/. mich3el.fragale@mail.wvu.edu 
fax. (304) 293-4105 
Press Box Phone: (304) 293-3799 
SID Mailing Address: PO Box 0877, Morgantown, WV 26507 
Overnight Address: 1 07 Coliseum, West Virginia University, 

Morgantown, WV 26505 
Web Site Address: www.MSNsportsNEIcom 

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GOaCHniH STaFF 

Had Codch. Rich Rodriguez (West Virginia '861 

Career Record: 5748-2 ( 1 years) 

,4t5c/Joo/.' 12-12 (2 years) 

Football Office Phone: (304) 293-4 1 94 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday 1 :00 p.m. 

Assistant Coaches: Steve Bird, U/R Jeff Casteel, LB/DC; Tony 
Gibson, DB; Herb Hand, TE; Bill Kirelawich, DL Calvin Magee, 
RB, Bill Stewaa OB/ST; Bruce Tall, DB; Rick Trickett, OLMHC, 

Team iRFORmaTinn 

2002 Record 9 4 

2002 Conference Record: b-\ (2nd) 

2002 Final Rankings: AP (25), ESPN/USA Today (20) 

Basic Offense: Spread 

Basic Defense: 3-3 Stack 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 44/25 

Starters Returning/Lost: 11/13 

HonoRS canniDaTGS 

Tim Brown. OT, Brian hng DB; Rasheed Marshall, QB; Grant Wiley, 
LB; Quincy Wilson, RB, 

OFFensiue sraRieRS RGTURnms (B> 

Josh Bailey TE, Jeff Berk, OG; Tim Brown, OT Moe Fofana, F8; 
Miquelle Henderson, WR; Rasheed Marshall, 08. 

OeFGRSIVe STaRTGRS RGTURniR9 (U> 

JahmileAddae, DB; Lance Fraaet DB; Brian King, DB; Grant Wiley, LB. 

SGRIGS HISTORy 

Senei Record. Series tied, 19-1 9-2 
Series at Maryland. Maryland leads, 1 1-9-1 
Sews at West Virginia. West Virginia leads, 1 0*1 
First Meeting: 1919, West Virginia, 27-0 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland 2001 (32-20) 
Last Terrapin Win at West Virginia. 2002 (48-17) 
Last Mountaineer Win at Maryland 1 997 (3 1 - 1 4) 
Last Mountaineer Win at West Virginia. 2000 (30-1 7) 
Current Senes Streak: Maryland has won two 
/[/laryland's Largest Margin of Victory. 47 (54-7, 1951) 
Ifest Virginias Largest Margin of Victory. 3 1 (55-24. 1 988) 



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Rushinq G<!S Att 


rds 


Avg 


7D 






Quincv Wilson, RB 


13-2 


140 


901 


6.4 


6 






Rasheed Marshall, OB 


13-13 


173 


666 


3.8 


13 






Passing 


G^ 


PA 


PC 


Pet 


Yds 


7D 


Ittt 


Rasheed Marshall, OB 


13-13 


259 


139 


53.7 


1,616 


9 


5 


Receiving 


&GS 


Rec 


rds 


Avg 


YPC 


TD 




Miquelle Henderson, WR 


11-11 


40 


496 


12.4 


45.1 


2 




Josh Bailey, TE 


13-13 


8 


110 


13.8 


8.4 


1 




Quincv Wilson, WR 


13-2 


8 


36 


45 


2.8 







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frC5 


UT 


AT 


TT 


lilt 


Sacks 


TFt 


Grant Wiley, IB 


13-13 


91 


42 


133 


2 


3 


13.5 


JahmileAddae, DB 


13-13 


64 


35 


99 


4 





1 


Bnan Kinq, DB 


13-13 


64 


15 


79 


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Auq, 28 East Tennessee State 


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Sep. 4 


Western Illinois 




Sep. 13 


at Akron 




Sep. 20 


at Navy 




Sep. 27 


Maryland 




Oa4 


Western Michiqan 




Oct. 11 


at Toledo 




Oa 18 


Bowlinq Green 




Nov. 1 


at Central Michiqan 




Nov. 8 


Central Flonda 




Nov. 15 


Ball State 




Nov. 22 


at Northern Illinois 




2002 Results 

Auq. 31 at Mictiiaan State 


L 7-55 


Sep. 7 


Toledo 


L 13-65 


Sep. 14 


Southeast Missouri State 


W 35-32 


Sep. 21 


at Maryland 


L MS 


Sep. 28 


Southern Illinois 


W 4845 


Oa.5 


Akron 


W 42-34 


Oct. 12 


at Ohio 


L 27-55 


Oct. 19 


at Ball State 


L 17-42 


Nov. 2 


Central Michiqan 


L 21-47 


Nov 9 


at Western Michiqan 


L 31-33 


Nov 16 


Northern Illinois 


L 21-49 


Nov 23 


at Bowlinq Green 


L 21-63 






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SGneRai inFORmarion 

to«t/on Ypsilanti, Mich. 48197 

Founded 1849 

Enrollment: 24,000 

Nickname: Eagles 

Colors: Dark Green, White 

Stadium: Rynearson Stadium (30,200| 

Surface: Astroturf 

Conference Mid-American 

President: Dr Samuel A. Kirkpatrick 

Attiletic Director: Dr David Diles 

HISTDRy 

First Year of Football: 1891 

All-Time Bowl Record: M 

Years in Postseason Play: 2 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1987 California Bowl 

Result: Defeated San Jose State, 30-27 

All-Time Record 404-447-47 

SPORTS IRFORmaTIDR 

footto;/s;D, Jim Streeter 

Office (734)487-0317 

Home; (734) 485-3221 

f-/Ma(/;jim.streeter@emich,edu 
Football Assistant Bernadette Vielhaber 

Home: (734) 699-4723 

E-Mail: BWelhaberSemichedu 
Fax: (734) 485-3840 
Presjfio;(P/lOf7e.-(734) 481-0014 
SID Mailing Address. 799 Hewitt Road, Convocation Centec Room 

307, Ypsilanti, Ml 48197 
Overnight Address Same 
Web Site Address: www.emich.edu/goeagles 

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GDacHiRe STaPF 

Head Coach: Jeff Woodruff (Kent State 79) 

Career Record: 8-26 (3 years) 

AfSchoo/.- 8-26 (3 years) 

Football Office Phone: (734) 487-2 1 60 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Daily 1 1 :00 a.m. 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday, 1 :00 p.m. 

Assistant Coaches Pete Alamar, TE/OC; Bob Diaco LB; Mike Elston. 
DURC Steve Farmer OL Al Lavan, RB, Tony Oden, DB; Tim 
Rose, DB/DC; Tim Salem, QB; Mark Woodson, WR. 

Team iRFORmaTiDR 

2002 Record: 3-9 

2002 Conference Record: 1-7 (7th) 

2002 Final Rankings: N/A 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: Pro 50 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 39/16 

Starters Returning/Losl 1 8/4 

HORDRS GanDioaTBS 

Kevin Harrison. LB; David Lusky LB; Chris R. Roberson, WR 

DFFeRSIVe STaRTRRS RBTURniRB (»> 

Gemayel Cowser OG; Dan Davis, OT Scott Golem, OG; Tom 
Kaleita, OT Chris R. Roberson, WR; Chris Talley WR; Uoyd 
Wilson, C; Kevin Zureki, TE 

OeFBRSlUe STaRTBRS RBTURRIRR <1B) 

Nate Brooks, DB, Jerry Gaines, DB, Kevin Harrison, LB; Brian 
Jenkins, DL; Matt Kudu, DL; Matt Lisek, DU David Lusky LB; 
Jamie Manor DB, Jason Robert, DU Michael Woods, DB, 

SBRIBS HISTORB , . .y« 

Series Record 2-0-0 

Series at Maryland: 2-0-0 

Series at Eastern Michigan N/A 

First Meeting 2001. Maiyland, 50-3 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland 2002 (45-3) 

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 two 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory. 47 (50-3. 200 1 ) 

Eastern Michigan's Largest Margin of Victory. N/A 



RBTBRRIRB STaTISTICai LBaOBRS 

Rushing &Ci Att 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 






/\shantti Watson, TB 


11-2 


46 


123 


2.7 









Passing 


MS 


PA 


PC 


Pet 


Yds 


TO 


Int 


Jeff Crooks, QB 


4-1 


29 


15 


51.7 


185 


1 


4 


Receiving 


G<SS 


Rec 


rds 


Avg 


YPC 


TD 




Chris R. Roberson, WR 


12-12 


40 


379 


9.5 


31.6 


9 




Chns Tallev, WR 


12-9 


28 


414 


14.8 


34.5 







Kevin Zureki, TE 


10-8 


28 


342 


12.2 


34.2 


3 




Taeldes 


GCS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Int 


Sacks 


IFt 


David Lusky, LB 


12-11 


57 


84 


141 








10 


Kevin Harrison, LB 


12-12 


38 


45 


83 





1 


4 


Jerry Gaines, DB 


12-11 


40 


33 


73 


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Aug 30 Georqia 


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Sep 6 
Sep 13 
Sep 20 


Furman 




Middle Tennessee 




at Georqia Tech 




Oct. 4 

Oa M 


at Maryland 




Virginia 




Oa 18 


at NC State 




Ort 25 


North Carolina 




Nov. 1 


at Wake Forest 




Nov. 8 


Flonda State 




Nov. 15 


Duke 




Nov 22 


at South Carolina 




2002 Results 

Auq. 31 atGeofaia 


L 28-31 


Sep. 7 


Louisiana Tech 


W 33-13 


Sep. 14 


Georqia Tech 


W 24-19 


Sep. 21 


Ball State 


W 30-7 


Oa2 


at Florida State 


L 31-48 


Oa U 


atWrqinla 


L 17-22 


Oal9 


Wake Forest 


W 31-23 


Oa24 


NC State 


L 38^ 


Nov. 2 


at Duke • 


W 34-31 


Nov. 9 


at North Carolina 


W 42-12 


Nov. 16 


Maryland 


L 12-30 


Nov 23 


South Carolina 


W 27-20 


Dec 23 


Texas Tech (Tanqenne Bovvll 


L 15-55 









HunuRai inFORmaTion 

Locilion Clcmson, S C 29634 
Founded: 1889 
Enrollment: 16,875 
Nickname: Tigers 

Colors: Burnt Orange, Northwest Purple 
Stadium: Clemson Memorial (8I.473| 
Surface: Natural Grass 
Conference/Atlantic Coast 
President: James F. Barker 
Athletic Director: Terry Don Phillips 

HISIORiJ 

frrsf year of foofiw//,- 1 896 

fill-Time Bowl Record: 13-13 

Yean in Postseason Play: 26 

Last Postseason Appearance: 2002 Tangerine Bowl 

Result: Lost to Texas Tech, 55-1 5 

fiil-Time Record: 585-40445 

SPDRTS IRFORmaTIOR 

foorfiti// S/D Tim Bourret 

Office (8641656-2144 

Home: (864) 888-3490 

E-Mail: btimoth®clemson edu 
Football Assistant Brian Hennessy 

Home: (864| 654-8508 

E-Mail: bhennes@clemson.edu 
fax, (854| 656-0299 
Press Box Phone: (864| 654-3325 
SID Mailing Address: PO Box 3 1 . Clemson, SC 29534 
Overnight Address: Jervey Athletic Center 1 00 Perimeter Road 

Clemson, SC 29634 
Web Site Address: vvvvw.clemsontigers.com 

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2003 BPPanBllTS 



GoacHing sraPF 

Head Coach Tommy Bowden (West Virginia 77| 

Career Record: 47-24 (5 years) 

,4tSchoo/. 29-20 (4 years) 

Football Office Phone: (864) 556-2796 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Daily 1 .30 p.m. 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday 

Asnsfanf Coaches: David Blackwell, LB/RC, Burton Burns, RB; Jack 
Mines, DE, John Lovett, DB/DC, Mike OCain, QB; Brad Scott, 
TE/OC/AHC; Thielen Smith, Dt, Dabo Swinney WR. 

Team inrDRmanDR 

2002 Record 7-6 

2002 Conference Record: 4-4 |5th) 

2002 Final Rankings: N/A 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: Multiple 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 44/25 

Starters Returning/Lost: 12/13 

HDRDRS caRomaTBS 

Derrick Hdmilton. WR. William Henry, OT; Cedric Johnson, OG; 
Gregory Walker, OG; Charlie Whitehurst, OB; Kevin 
Youngblood, WR; John Leake, LB; Justin Miller, CB; Khaleed 
Vaughn, DE; Donnell Washington. DT 

OFFBHSlUe STaRTGRS ReTURRIRS (7) 

Airese Curne, WR; Derrick Hamilton, WR; William Henry, OT Cednc 
Johnson, OG, Gregory Walker, OG, Charlie Whitehurst, QB; 
Kevin Youngblood, WR. 

DBFGRSIVe STaRTBRS RBTURHIRa (U) 

John Leake. LB, Justin Miller CB, Khaleed Vaughn, DE; Donnell 
Washington, DT 

SBRIBS HISTBRB 

Series Record Clemson leads, 27-22-2 

Series at Maryland: Clemson leads, 1 1-10-1 

5er/es at Clemson: Clemson leads, 15-11-0 

Neutra/: Series tied, 1-1 -I 

First Meeting 1952, Maryland, 28^3 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland 2001 (37-20) 

Last Terrapin Win at Clemson 2002 (30-12) 

Last Tiger Win at Mar/land 1 999 (42-30) 

Last Tiger Win at Clemson: 2000 (35-14) 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won two 

Maryland's Largest Margin of ViaoryA] (41-0, 1974) 

Clemson's Largest Margin of Viaory. 33 (40-7, 1 991 1 



RBTURRIRS STaTISTICai LBaOBRS 

Rushing G^S Att 


Yds 


Avg 


7D 






Yusef Kelly, RB 


124 


125 


520 


4.2 


8 






Tve Hill, TB 


13-0 


42 


225 


5.4 


2 






Passing 


G^S 


PA 


PC 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 


Int 


Willie Simmons, OB 


1^8 


244 


142 


58.2 


1,559 


6 


7 


Charlie, Whitehurst, QB 


9-5 


214 


123 


57.5 


1.554 


10 


6 


Reteiving 


&GI 


ffee 


Yds 


Avg 


YP6 


TD 




Kevin Youngblood, WR 


13-11 


59 


591 


10.0 


45.5 


2 




Demck Hamilton, WR 


13-10 


52 


602 


11.5 


45.3 


2 




TxMes 


&GS 


OT 


AT 


TT 


Int 


Sacks 


TFL 


John Leake, LB 


13-13 


81 


88 


169 





2 


7 


Justin Miller, CB 


m 


43 


18 


51 


8 





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Khaleed Vauqhn, DE 


13-13 


34 


26 


60 


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Auq. 30 at Virqinia 


Sep. 6 


Western Carolina 




Sep. 13 


Rice 




Sep. 20 


Northwestern 




Sep. 27 


Florida State 




Oct. II 


at Maryland 




oai8 


Wake Forest 




Oa.25 


NC State 




Nov. 1 


at Tennessee 




Nov. 8 


Georgia Tech 




Nov 15 


at Clemson 




Nov 22 


at North Carolina 




2002 Results 

Auq. 31 East Carolina 


W 23-16 


Sep. 7 


Louisville 


L 3-40 


Sep. 14 


at Northwestern 


L 21-26 


Sep. 21 


at Florida State 


L 17-48 


Sep. 28 


at Navy 


W 43-17 


Oct. 5 


Virqinla 


L 22-27 


Oct. 12 


at Wake Forest 


L 10-36 


Oa 19 


at NC State 


L 22-24 


Oct. 26 


Maryland 


L 12-45 


Nov 2 


Clemson 


L 31-34 


Nov 16 


at Georgia Tech 


L 2-17 


Nov 23 


North Carolina 


L 21-23 



aeneRai inFORmaTion 

Location. Durham, N.C, 

Founded: 1 838 as Trinity College 

fnra/taent. 6,202 

Nickname: Blue Devils 

Colors: Royal Blue, White 

Stadium: Wallace Wade Stadium (33.941) 

Surface: Natural Grass 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

President: Dr. Nannerl 0. Keohane 

Athletic Director: Joe Alleva 

HISTDRy 

first year of f ootM, 1888 

All-Time Bowl Record: 3-5 

Years In Postseason Play: 8 

Last Postseason Appearance: 1 995 Hall of Fame Bowl 

Result: Lost to Wisconsin, 34-20 

/V/-rme/?ecorc/. 436-400-31 

SPORTS IRFORmaTIOn 

Football SID: Jon Jackson 

Office, (9191684-2633 

HofT?e, (9 1 91484-9927 

E-Mail: sid@duaa,duke,edu 
Football Assistant Art Chase 

Home; (9 1 9(942-3485 

E-Mait chaseatduke.edu 
fax. (919) 684-2489 
Press Box Phone: (919) 684-4203 

SID Mailing Address: PC 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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GoacHiRg STaPF 

Head Coach: Carl Franks (Duke '83) 

Career Record: 5-40 (4 years) 

/\r5cfioo/. 540(4years) 

Football Office Phone: (9 1 9) 684-2635 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Monday 1 1 :30 am. 

Assistant Coaches: Scott Brown, DL: Fred Chatham, RB/RC: Louis 
Clyburn, TE; Aubrey Hill, WR; Rich McGeorge, GL; Jim Pry, 
OB/OC: Ted Roof, DB/DC; Brad Sherrod, LB, Don Yanowski, 
LB/ST 

Team inFDRmaTion 

2002 ffecorrf 2-10 

2002 Conference Record: 0-8 (9th) 

2002 Final Rankings: N/A 

Basic Offense Multiple 

Basic Defense Multiple 

Letlermen ReturningAost: 5 1 /5 

Starters Returning/Lost: 23/2 

HonoRs canoiDaTes 

Ryan Fowler LB: Drew Strojny OT: Alex Wade, FB, Matt Zielinski, 
DT 

DFFenSIVe STaRTGRS RBTURRina (11) 

Luke Bayer, C; Chris Douglas, TB, Lance Johnson, WR; Senterrio 
Landrum, WR; Daryl Lewis, OG; Christian Mitchell, OT Calen 
Powell, TE; Khary Sharpe, WR, Adam Smith, OB; Drew Strojny 
OT; Rusty Wilson. OG. 

DBFBRSIVe STaRTBRS RBTURRina (B) 

Brendan Dewan, LB; Ryan Fowler LB; Alex Green, S; Brian Greene, 
CB; Micah Harris, DE; Terrell Smith, S; Kenneth Stanford, CB; 
Orrin Thompson, OT Matt Zielinski, DT 

SBRIBS BISTORH 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 28-18-0 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads, 1 3-6-0 

Series at Duke: Maryland leads, 1 3-9-0 

Neutraf Duke leads, 3-2-0 

First Meeting. 1932, Duke, 34-0 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland 2001 (59-17) 

Last Terrapin Win at Duke: 2002 (45-12) 

Last Blue Devil Win at Maryland 1999(49-16) 

Last Blue Devil Win at Duke: 1 994 (49- 1 6) 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won three 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory. 43 (56- 1 3, 1 974) 

Duke's Largest Margin of Viaory. 50 (50O. 1 94 1 ) 



RBTBRRina STaTISTICai LGaOBRS 

Rushing G<iS Att 


Yds 


Avg 


7D 






Alex Wade, FB 


12-2 


201 


979 


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11-11 


131 


640 


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174 


56.5 


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67 


26 


38.8 


295 




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458 


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29 


294 


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67 


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12-12 


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47 


106 


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Nov. 22 


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Nov 29 


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W 45-3 


SeD.7 


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W 31-14 


SeD.I4 


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L 19-24 


Sec 21 


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W 28-19 


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W 21-13 


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L 21-24 


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L IM4 


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W 23-15 


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W 24-17 


Nov. 9 


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L 13-21 


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W 17-2 


Nov. 30 


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!ii]fii!i<ai iiiiDiiiiiRiian 

Loution Alldnt.i, Gj 30332 

Founded: 1885 

Enrollment: 15,000 

Nickname: Yellow Jackets, Rambling Wreck 

Colors: Old Gold, White 

Stadium: Bobby Dodd Stadium/Grant Field (55,000) 

Surface: Natural Grass 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

President: Dr G. Wayne Clough 

Athletic Director Dave Braine 

HISTDRiJ 

First Year of Football:] 892 

All-Time Bowl Record: 20-11 

Years in Postseason Play: 3 1 

Last Postseason Appearance: 2002 Silicon Valley Football Classic 

Result: Lost to Fresno State, 30-2 1 

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SPORTS inFDRmaTiDn 

Football SID Allison George 

Office: (404| 894-6283 

Home: (673) 595-7728 

f-Ma/,ageorge@at.gtaa,gatech.edu 
Football Assistant: Chris Capo 

Home (404)314-1635 

f-iVfe(/ 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, Atlanta, GA 30332- 

0445 
Overnight Address: Same 
Web Site Address: wwwramblinwreck.com 

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CaaCHIR!] STaFF 

Head Coach. Chan Gailey (Florida 74) 

Career Record: 3 1-1 7 (4 years) 

At School: 7 -b () years) 

Football Office Phone: (404) 894-5420 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday, 1 1 :30 a,m. 

Assistant Coaches: Joe D'Alessandris, OL, Buddy Gets, WR/PGC 

Brick Haley LB; Curtis Modkins, RB, Patrick Nix, QB/RGC; 

Tommie Robinson, TE; Glenn Spencer, DL Jon Tenuta, DB/ 

DC. David Wilson, ST/RC 

Team inFORniaTioR 

2002 Record 7-6 

2002 Conference Record: 4-4 (T-5th) 

2002 Final Rankings. N/fi. 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense' Multiple 

Lettermen ReturmngAosi 44/28 

Starters Returning/Lost: 12/12 

HDRORs canoiDaTBS 

Nat Dorsey T Keyaron Fox. LB. Hugh Reilly C; Daryl Smith. LB: 
Jonathan Smith, WR. 

OFFBRSIVe STaRTGRS RBTURniRR (R) 

Nat Dorsey. T, Hugh Reilly, C; Leon Robinson, G, Jonathan Smith. 
WR, AJ, Suggs, QB: Kyle Wallace. I 

DBFenSIVO STaRTGRS RBTURRina (7) 

Jonathan Cox, CB, Keyaron Fox, LB, Greg Gathers, DE; Enc 
Henderson, DE; /\lfred Malone DT: Travis Partcer. DT; Daryl 
Smith, LB. 

SBRIBS HISTDRB 

Series Record Georgia Tech leads, 10-5-0 
5ene5 af l^aryland. Maryland leads. 4-3-0 
Series at Georgia Tech: Georgia Tech leads, 6-1-0 
A/eutra/; Georgia Tech leads, 1-00 
First fleeting. 1988, Maryland, 13-9 
Ust Terrapin Win at Maryland 2002 (34-1 0) 
iJStTerrapin WinatGeorgia Tech. 2001 (20-17) 
Last Yellow Jacket Win at Maryland 2000 (35-22) 
L^st Yellow Jacket Win at Georgia Tech 1 999 (49-3 1 ) 
Current Senes Streak: Maryland has won two 
Maryland's Largest Margin of Viaory. 35 (42-7, 1994) 
Georgia Tech s Largest Margin of Viaory. 38 )3&0, 1 993) 



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Yds 


Avg 


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Aienavi Eziemefe, RB 


9-3 


70 


282 


4.0 


2 






PJ. Daniels, RB 


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72 


255 


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363 


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12 


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29 


67 


43.3 


487 


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Avg 


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TD 




Jonathan Smith, WR 


12-1 


36 


430 


11.9 


35.8 


3 




Levon Thomas, WR 


12-3 


20 


222 


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13-13 


43 


56 


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12-12 


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43 


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Nov. 15 


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Nov 23 


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Aua. 25 Miami jOhioj 


L 21-27 


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W 30-22 


Sep. 14 


Texas 


L 21-52 


Sep. 28 


Georqia Tech 


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Location Chapel Hill, N.C 27514 
Founded: 1 789 
Enrollment: 24,635 
Nickname: Tar Heels 
Colors: Carolina Blue, White 
Stadium: Kenan Memorial (60.000) 
Surface: Natural Grass 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
President: Dr James Moeser 
Attiletic Director Dick Baddour 

HISTDRy 

F/rsfVear of Foofba// 1888 

All-Time Bowl Record: 12-12 

Years in Postseason Play: 24 

Last Postseason Appearance: 2001 Peach Bowl 

teu/f: Defeated Auburn, 15-10 

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SPORTS inFORRiaTIOR 

Footba;/5/D Kevin Best 

Office. 1919)962-8916 

Home; (919) 484-1424 

E-Mail: kbesttuncaa uncedu 
Football Assistant: Steve Kirschner 

Home: (919) 968-1573 

E-Mail: skirschnerguncaauncedu 
fax. (919) 962-0612 
Press Box Phone: (919) 962-2 1 23 
S/DMai/ing Address.- PC Box 2 126, Chapel Hill. NC 27515 
Overnight Address: Smith Center Bowles Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 

27514 
Web Site Address: www.TarHeelBluecom 

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GDaCHIRS STaPF 

Head Coach: John Bunting (North Carolina 72) 

Career Record: 49-28-2 (7 years) 

AtSc/ioo/; 1 1-14 (2 years) 

Football Office Phone: {9\')\%b-2SlS 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday 1 1 :00 a.m. 

Assistant Coaches: Gunter Brewer WR. Ken Browning, TE, Jim 
Fleming, DB, Hal Hunter OL: Dave Huxtable, LB/DC; Brad 
Lawing, DiyRC: Andre' Powell, RB; Gary Tranquill, QB/OC; 
James Webster, ST/AHC 

Team inFORmaTion 

2002 Record 3-9 

2002 Conference Record: 1-7 (8th) 
2002 Final Rankings: N/A 
Basic Offense: Multiple I 
Basic Defense Multiple 4-3 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 49/1 4 
Starters Returning/Lost: 18/7 

HonoRs GannmaTes ^, 

Bobby Blizzard, TE, Jason Brown, C, Darian Durant, OB, Dexter 
Reid, FS; Jeb Terry, RG, Michael Waddell, CB, 

DFFenSIVe STaRTBRS RBTURRina (7) 

Jason Brown, C, Darian Durant OB, Jacque Lewis, TB; Willie 
McNeill, LT Kyle Ralph, LG; Skip Seagraves, OT Jeb Terry, RG 

OeFBRSIVB STaRTBRS RBTURHing (8) 

Tommy Davis, DE, Jocques Dumas, DE: Clarence Gaddy LB, 
Kendall High, DE/DT Doug Justice. LB; Chase Page, DT Dex- 
ter Reid, FS, Michael Waddell, CB, 

SGRieS HISTORB 

Series Record: North Carolina leads, 35-29-1 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads, 1 5-12-0 

Series at North Carolina North Carolina leads. 19-13-1 

Neutral: North Carolina leads, 4-1-0 

First Meeting 1 920, Maryland, 1 3-0 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland 200 1 (23-7) 

Last Terrapin Win at North Carolina: 2002 (59-7) 

Last Tar Heel Win at Maryland 1 997 (40- 1 4) 

Last Tar Heel Win at North Carolina: 2000 (13-10) 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won two 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory. 52 (59-7, 2002) 

North Carolina's Ljrgest Margin of Victory. 43 (43-0, 1 929) 



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Rushing G-CS Att 


Yds 


Avg 


TO 






Jacque Lewis, TB 


12-9 


130 


574 


4.4 


2 






Willie Parker, TB 


11-2 


70 


236 


3.4 


1 






Passing 


MS 


PA 


PC 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 


Int 


Darian Durant OB 


8-8 


248 


147 


59.3 


2,122 


16 


9 


C.J. Stephens, OB 


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156 


80 


51.3 


921 


4 


5 


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Yds 


Avg 


YPG 


TD 




Jara/arski Pollock, WR 


11-0 


31 


464 


ISO 


422 


4 




Bobby Blizzard, TE 


12-0 


28 


439 


15.7 


36.6 


5 




Derrele Mitchell WR 


12-0 


15 


232 


15.5 


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MS 


UT 


AT 


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Dexter Reid, FS 


12-12 


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Oct. 18 


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Oct. 25 


Troy State 




Nov. 1 


at NC State 




Nov. 13 


at Maryland 




Nov. 22 


Georoia Tech 




Nov. 29 


VirqiniaTech 




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/Wi. 25 Coforado State 


L 29-35 


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L 19-40 


Sep.? 


South Carolina 


W 34-21 


Seo.2l 


Alcron 


W 48-29 


Seo.28 


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W 38-34 


Oct.S 


at Duke 


W 27-22 


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W 22-17 


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W 37-27 


Oct 26 


at Georgia Tech ^ 


L 15-23 


Nov. 9 


at Penn State 


L 14-35 


Nov. 16 


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W 14-9 


Nov. 23 


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iocMion Chcirlottesville, \Ia 22%'i 

Founded, 1819 

fnro;;menr 18,848 

Nickname: Cavaliers, Wahoos, Hoos 

Colors: Orange, Blue 

Stadium: Carl Smith Center, home of David A. Harrison II 

Scott Stadium (61.500) 
Surface: Prescription Athletic Turf 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
President iohn I Casteen III 
Athletic Director: Craig Littlepage 

HISTDRy 

First Year of Football: ]888 

All-Time Bowl Record: 5-8 

Years in Postseason Play: 1 3 

Last Postseason Appearance: 2002 Continental Tire Bowl 

Result: Defeated West Virginia. 48-22 

All-Time Record: 566-492-48 



SPORTS inFDRmaTian 

Footte//S/D. Michael Colley 

Office: (434) 982-5500 

Home: (434) 975-5477 

E-Mail: mcc7k@virginia.edu 
Football Assistant: Cathy Bongiovi Stew/art 

Home: (434) 589-3863 

E-Mail: cab5er@virginia.edu 
Fax: (434) 982-5525 
Press Box Phone: (434) 296-59 1 
SID Mailing Address: PO Box 400853, Charlottesville, VA 22904 
Overnight Address: Onesty Hall, Massie & Alderman Roads, 

Charolottesville, VA 22904 
Web Site Address: www virginiasports.com 

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Head Coach Al Groh (Virginia '67) 

Career Record: 40-52 (8 years) 

/If Schoo/. 14- 1 2 (2 years) 

Football Office Phone: (434) 982-5900 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Monday 

Assistant Coaches: Conwin Brown, ST: Al Golden, DC: Mike Groh, 

QBAVR: Andy Heck, TE: Mike London, DURC: Bob Price, DB; 

Ron Prince, OL/OC: Danny Rocco. LB/AHC: Kevin Ross, RB. 

Team inFORmaTion 

2002 Record: 9-5 

2002 Conference Record: 6-2 (T2nd) 

2002 Final Rankings: N' |22), ESPN/USA Today (25) 

Basic Offense: Multiple Pro-Style 

Basic Defense: Multiple Seven-Man Front 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 41/15 

Starters Returning/Lost: 1 9/5 

HDRORS CaRDIDaTBS 

Brian Barthelmes, OL Elton Brown, OU D'Briclcshaw Ferguson, 
OL Matt Schaub, QB: 2ac Yarbrough, OU Darryl Blackstock, 
LB: Chris Canty, OL Almondo Curry, DB: Willie Davis, DB: 
/\ndrew Hoffman, DL, Jamaine Winborne, DB. 

DFFensive sraRTBRs rbturrirb cB) 

Brian Barthelmes, OL Ellon Brown. OL D Brickshaw Ferguson, 
OL Wall Lundy, TB; Kase Luzar, F6; Michael McGrew, WR; 
Heath Miller, TE: Matt Schaub, QB; Zac Yarbrough, OL 

BBFBnSlUB STaRTBRS RBTURniRS (R) 

Rich Bedesem, LB, Darryl Blackstock, LB. Chris Canty DL /Mmondo 
Cunry, DB: Willie Davis, DB: /Andrew Hoffman, DL Brennan 
SchmidL DL Jamaine Winborne, DB. 

S6RIBS RISTORB 

5enes Record: Maryland leads, 38-27-2 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads, 18-10-2 

Series at Virginia: Maryland leads, 19-16-0 

Weutra/: Series tied, 1-1-0 

First Meeting. 1919, Maryland, 13-0 

Ljst Terrapin Win at Maryland 200 1 (4 1 -2 1 ) 

Last Terrapin Win at Virginia: 1 990 (35-30) 

Last Cavalier Win at Maryland 1 999 (34-30) 

Last Cavalier Win at Virginia: 2002 (48-1 3) 

Current Series Streak: Virginia has won one 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Viaory. 43 (55-12, 1959) 

Virginias Largest Margin of Viaory. 45 (45-0. 1 997| 



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Rushing 6^5 Att 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 






Wall Lundv, TB 


14-9 


196 


826 


4.2 


6 






Alvin Peamian, TB 


9-2 


83 


343 


4.1 


4 






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MS 


PA 


PC 


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Yds 


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Matt Schaub, OB 


14-13 


418 


288 


68.9 


2,976 


28 


7 


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MS 


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Yds 


Avg 


YP6 


TD 




Wall Lundv, TB 


14-9 


58 


435 


7.5 


31.1 


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Heath Miller, TE 


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33 


327 


9.9 


23.4 


9 




Jason Snellinq, FB 


12-2 


31 


314 


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26.2 


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Darryl Blackstock, LB 


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41 


107 


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Sep. 13 at Ohio State 


Seo. 20 Texas Tech 


Sep. 27 North Carolina 


Oa 4 at Georgia Tech 


Oa. 1 1 Connecticut 


Oct. 18 Clemson 


Oct. 25 at Duke 


Nov. 1 Vlrqinia 


Nov. 15 at Florida State 


Nov. 22 Maryland 




2002 Results 

Auq. 24 New Mexico 


W 34-14 


Auq. 3 1 East Tennessee State 


W 34-0 


Sep. 7 at Navy 


W 65-19 


Sep. 14 Wake Forest 


W 32-13 


Sep. 21 at Texas Tech 


W 51-48 (OTl 


Sep. 28 Massachusetts 


W 56-24 


Oct. 12 at North Carolina 


W 34-17 


Oct. 19 Duke 


W 24-22 


On. 24 at Clemson 


W 38-6 


Nov. 2 GeofQia Tech 


L 17-24 


Nov. 9 at Maryland 


L 21-24 


Nov. 16 atWrqlnia 


L 9-14 


Nov 23 Florida State 


W 17-7 


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genBRai inFORmaTion 

Locution: Raleigh, NC, 27695 

Founded: 1887 

fnroflment, 29.286 

Nickname Wolfpack 

Colors: Red, White 

Sadium: Carler-Finley Stadium (5 1 , 500) 

Surface: Natural Grass 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

President: Dr. Marye Anne Fox 

Athletic Director: Lee Fowler 

HISTORH 

f/rstVe^r- of Footba//; 1892 

/\;;-rmeBoiv;/?ecorcJ,- 10-9-1 

Years in Postseason Play: 20 

Last Postseason Appearance: 2002 Toyota Gator Bowl 

Result: Defeated Notre Dame, 28-6 

/l/;-r/me/?ecord' 485-481-55 

SPORTS IRFDRmaTIDn 

Football SID Annabelle Vaughan 

Office (9 1 9| 515-2101 

Home, (919) 858-9763 

f-/W»/, annat)elle_vaughan@ncsu edu 
Football Assistant: Bill Newton 

Home: TBA 

f-/Wa//, bill_newton@ncsu,edu 
fax, 1919)515-2898 
Press Box Phone: (9 1 9) 5 1 5-3393 
SID Mailing Address: PC Box 8501, Raleigh, NC 27695-8501 
Overnight Address: 1 1 2 Reynolds Coliseum, Cates Avenue. Ra- 
leigh, NC 27695 
Web Site Address: www.GoPackcom 

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GOaCHIRa STaFF 

Head Coach: Chuck Amato (IMC State '69) 

Career Record: 26-1 2 |3 years) 

Atichoo/, 26-12 (3 years) 

Football Office Phone: (919)515-2114 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference Monday 2:00 p,m. 

Assistant Coaches: Curt Cignetti, QB/RC. Chris Demarest. S, Manny 
Diaz, LB. Doc Holliday WR/AHC. Joe Pate DL Dick Portee RB, 
Greg Williams, CB; Noel Mazzone, OC/TE; Mike Barry, OL, 

Team iRFORmaTiDn 

2002 Record 11-3 

2002 Conference Record: 5-3 )4th] 

2002 Final Rankings: AP 1 1 2). ESPN/USA Today (II) 

Basic Offense: Multiple -m 

Basic Defense: 4-3 1 

iettermen Returning/Lost: 39/17 | 

Starters Returning/Lost 14/10 ? 

HDRORS caRomaTes 

Chris Colmer, OT Jerricho Cotchery, WR,- Andre Maddox, ROV, 
TA, McLendon, T8, Philip Rivers, OB; Pat Thomas, LB. 

DFFBRSIVB STaRTBRS RBTURRIRR <7) 

Chris Colmer, OT Jerricho Cotchery, WR,- Sterling Hicks, WR; Sean 
Locklear, OG; TA McLendon, TB; Jed Paulsen, C; Philip Riv- 
ers. QB. 

06FBRSIVB STaRTBRS RBTURRIR9 <&> 

Marcus Hudson, CB; /\ndre Maddox, RV; Roger Pollard, LB; Lamont 
Reid, CB; Pat Thomas, LB 

S6RIBS HISTORy 

Series Record NC State leads, 28-27-4 
Senes at Maryland: Maryland leads, 14-11-2 
Series at l\IC State. NC State leads, 15-13-1 
WeutMANC State leads, 2-0-1 
First Meeting 1909, NC State, 33-0 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland 2002 (24-2 1 ) 
Last Terrapin Win at NC State 2001 (23-1 9) 
Last Wolfpack Win at Maryland. 1 998 (35-2 1 ] 
Last Wolfpack Win at NC State 1 999 (30-1 7) 
Current Series Streak: Maryland has won three 
Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory. 53 (53-0, 1951) 
NC States Largest Margin of Victory. 35 (48-13, 1957] 



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1,101 


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123 


483 


3.9 


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Philip Rivers, QB 


14-14 


418 


262 


62.7 


3,353 


20 


10 


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Yds 


Avg 


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Jerricho Cotchery, WR 


14-14 


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1,192 


17.8 


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Sep 13 Purdue 


Sep 20 East Carolina 


Sep. 27 at Wrqinia 


Oct 1 1 Georqja Tech 


Oct 18 at Duke 


Oa 25 at Flonda State 




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Nov 8 at North Catolina 


Nov 15 Connecticut 


Nov. 29 Marvland 


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Auq. 29 at Northern Illinois 


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Sep 7 East Carolina 


W 27-22 


Sep 14 at NC State 


L 13-32 


Sep 21 at Purdue 


W 24-21 


Sep 28 Vrrqinia 


L 34-38 


Oa 5 at GeofQia Tech 


W 24-21 


Ott 12 Duke 


W 36-10 


Oa. 19 atClemson 


L 23-31 


Oa. 26 North Carolina * 


W 31-0 


Nov. 2 Flonda State 


L 21-34 


Nov 23 Navy 


W 30-27 


Now. 30 at Marvtand 


L (4-32 


Dec 30 Oreqon (Seattle Bowl) 


W 38-17 



HRIIRRHl iiiiDRniaTion 

iikjiion Wimton-Sdium, N C 27109 
Founded: \8i'i 
Enrollment: 3,950 
Nickname: Demon Deacons 
Colors: Old Gold, Black 
Stadium: Groves Stadium 
Surface. Natural Grass 
Conference. Atlantic Coast 
President: Dr Thomas K Hearn, Jr. 
Athletic Director: Ron Wellman 

HISTRRy 

First Year of Footbain 888 

All-Time Bowl Record: 4-2 

Years in Postseason Play b 

Last Postseason Appearance: 2002 Seattle Bowl 

Result: Defeated Oregon, 38-17 

All-Time Record 366-553-34 

SPDRTS IRFORRiaTIOR 

Foottiall SID: Joanna Sparkman 

Office: (336) 758-5842 

H0fT7e. (336| 682-7342 

E-Mail: sparkmjj@wfu.edu 
5/D, Dean Buchan 

Office: |336| 758-5640 

Home: (336) 287-8954 

E-Mail: buchandw@wfu.edu 
to. (336)758-5140 
Press Box Phone: (336) 727-2945 

SID Mailing Address: PO Box 7426, Reynolda Station, Winston- 
Salem. NC 27109 
Overnight Address: 203 Athletic Center, Wingate Road, Wake 

Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC 27109 
Web Site Address: www.wakeforestsports.com 

meDiRTeamLinK iRFORRiaTiOR 

Releases, statistics, rosters and other information are available by 
accessing www.mediateamlink.com . You can have documents 
delivered direaly to your e-mail and/or fax machine the mo- 
ment they are updated. You can also view documents online. 



coacHinR STaFF 

Head Coach: Jim Grobe (Virginia 75) 

Career Record: 46-44-1 (8 years) 

At School: \3-\\ (2 years) 

Football Office Phone: (336) 758-563 1 

Sesr Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday I 00 p.m. 

Assistant Coaches: Tom EIrod, DE/FB. Keith Henry. DB, Dean Hood, 
S/DC: Brad Lambert, LB, Steed Lobotzke, C/OU Ray McCartney, 
DiyRC; Billy Mitchell, K/RB/AHC; Jeff Mullen. OB; Kevin 
Sherman, WR, 

TeaRi iRFORmaTion 

2002 Record: 7-6 

2002 Conference Record: 3-5 (7th) 

2002 Final Rankings: N/A 

Basic Offense: l-Pro 

Basic Defense: 3-3-5 

Lettermen ReturningAast: 40/1 6 

Starters Returning Aosi 12/12 

HDRORS CaRDIDaTBS 

Jason Anderson. WR, Tyson Clabo, OG; Eric King, CB; Mark Moroz, 
OT; Brad White, LB; Quintin Williams, FS. 

OFFBRSIVe STaRTRRS RRTURRIR9 (3) 

Tyson Clabo, OG, Blake bngruen, C, Mark Moroz. OT 

DeFGRSlUe STaRTGRS RGTURRIRR (O 

Caron Bracy, DB. Kellen Brantley LB. Warren Braxton, SS: Eric 
King, CB, Brad White, LB; Quintin Williams, FS. 

SGRieS HISTGRy 

Series Record Maryland leads, 37-13-1 

Series at Maryland Maryland leads, 18-7-0 

Series at Wake Forest. Maryland leads, 1 9-6-1 

First Meeting. 1917, Maryland, 29-13 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland 2002 (32-14) 

Last Terrapin Win at Wake Forest 2001 (27-20) 

Last Demon Deacon Win at Maryland 1 998 (20- 1 0) 

Last Demon Deacon Win at Wake Forest. 1 997 (35-1 7) 

Current Senes Streak: Maryland has won four 

Maryland s Largest Margin of Viaoiy.S2iS2-0. 1996) 

Wake Forests Largest Margin of Victoiy. 39 (39-0, 1 944) 



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736 


703 


4.9 


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430 


412 


4.9 


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Cornelius Birqs, RB 


9-0 


268 


260 


3.9 


4 






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MS 


PA 


PC 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 


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Cory Randolph, OB 


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48 


24 


50.0 


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535 


23.3 


53.5 


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13-3 


10 


116 


11.6 


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Z0D3 BOlilL SGHBDULG 



One new bowl received certification, 27 others were recertified and one bowl was 
decertified for the 2003-04 season by the NCM Football Certification Subcommittee. 

The Fort Worth Bowl is new for 2003, Universities representing the Big 12 Confer- 
ence and Conference USA are scheduled to compete in the Fort Worth Bowl Dec, 23, 
2003. 



Twenty-seven bowls have been recertified for 2003 (see below list for more infor- 
mation], however, the committee did not recertify the Seattle Bowl, due to financial 
issues and failure to adhere to administrative requirements. 

The subcommittee reviewed the 2002-03 bowl season and noted that approxi- 
mately S 1 82 million was distributed to participating teams and conferences, and a record 
1 .4 million fans attended the games. 



BOlllL GHaillPIOnSHIP suKms 

LoMtion Location (Site, Capacity 

NokM SUGAR BOWL New Orl eans IL ouisidna Supeid ome, 75,000) 

Tostilos FIESTA BOWL 



Temge, Ari2^(Sun Devil Stadium, 73;47J| 



ROSE BOWL pres by SonxPlaystafipD 2 Pasadena, Calif. (Rose Bowl, 93,000) 



FedEx ORANGE BOWL 



Miami IPro Player Stadium. 75,1921 



Date, Time /T V/ 

Jan. 4, 8 p.m. |ABC| 



Jari.J^8j),m.iABC[ 
Jan, 1,5 p.m. |ABC) 



Matchup Last Year's Result 

BCS No I vs. BCS No. 2 (Champ ionship) Georgia 26, Florida State 1 3 

BCS v s BCS Ohio Stated 1, Miami 24 [201} 



BCS vs. BCS 



Jan. 1.8:30 p.m. (ABCI BCS vs. BCS 



Oklahoma 34, Washington St.Ji 
use 38. Iowa 1 7 



OTHRR BOUILS 

Location 



Loca tion (Site, Capacityl 



Date, Time ITVj 



Matchup 



Last Year's Result 



NEW ORLEANS BOWL 


New Orleans (Louisiana Superdome, 75,000) 


Dec. 16, 7 p.m. (ESPN2) 


Sun Belt champ vs. C-USA 


North Texas 24, Cincinnati 19 


GMAC BOWL 


Mobile, Ala. (Ladd Peebles Stadium, 42,000) 


Dec. 18, 7:30 p.m. (ESPN2] 


MACorWAC-vs.C-USANo.2 


Marshall 38, Louisville IS 


Mazda TANGERINE BOWL 


Orlando, Fla. (Florida Citrus Bowl, 70,000) 


Dec. 22, 5:30 p.m. (ESPN) 


ACCNo.4vs.Biq 1 2 No. 5, 6 or 7 


Texas Tech 55. Clemson 15 


FORT WORTH BOWL 


Fort Worth, Texas (Amon Carter Stadium, 60,000) Dec. 23, 7:30 p.m. (ESPNI 


Biq 12 No. 8 vs. C-USA 


First Year In 2003 


Sega Sports IAS VEGAS BOWL 


Las Veqas (Sam Boyd Stadium, 40,000) 


Dec. 24, 7:30 p.m. (ESPN) 


MWCNo. 2vs. Pac-lONo. 4or5 


UCL^ 27. New Mexico 13 


ConAgra Foods HAWAII BOWL 


Honolulu (Aloha Stadium, 50,000] 


Dec. 25, 8 p.m. (ESPN) 


WAC vs. C-USA 


Tulane 36, Hawaii 28 


MOTOR CITC BOWL 


Detroit (Ford Field, 64,355) 


Dec. 26, 5 p.m. (ESPN) 


MAC No. 1 or 2 vs. Biq Ten No. 7 


Boston College 51, Toledo 25 


INSIGHT BOWL 


Phoenix (Bank One Ballpark, 50.0001 


Dec. 26. 8:30 p.m. (ESPN) 


Biq East No. 3'* vs. Pac-lO No. 4 or 


5 Pittsburgh 38, Oregon State 13 


CONTINENTAL TIRE BOWL 


Charlotte, N.C. (Encsson Stadium, 73,367] 


Dec. 27, 1 1 a.m. (ESPN2I 


ACC No 5 vs. Biq East No 4 or S" 


Virginia 48, West Virginia 22 


AL^MO BOWL pres. bv MasterCard 


San Antonio (Alamodome, 65,0001 


Dec. 29, 9 p.m. (ESPN) 


Biq Ten No. 4 vs. Biq 12 No. 4 


Wisconsin 31, Colorado 28 (OT) 


HOUSTON BOWL 


Houston (Reliant Stadium, 69,500] 


Dec. 30, 4:30 p.m. (ESPN) 


Bjq 12 No. 5, 6 or 7 vs. SEC 


Oklahoma St. 33, Sou. Miss 23 


SIUCON VALLEY CL^SIC 


San Jose, Calif. (Spartan Stadium, 30,578] 


Dec. 30, 10:30 p.m. (ESPN2 


WACvs.Pac-10No.6|orMAC*) 


Fresno State 30, Georqia Tech 21 


Pacific Ufe HOLIDAY BOWL 


San Diego (Qualcomm Stadium, 70,0001 


Dec. 30. 8 p.m. (ESPN) 


Pac-lONo. 2vs Biq 12 No. 3 


Kansas St. 34, Arizona St. 27 


Gaylord Hotels MUSIC CITY BOWL 


Nashville, Tenn. (The Coliseum, 67,000] 


Dec. 31, Noon (ESPN) 


SEC vs. Biq Ten No. 6 


Minnesota 29, Arkansas 14 


Well Farqo SUN BOWL 


El Paso, Texas (Sun BowL 51,171] 


Dec. 31. 2 p.m. (CBS) 


Pac-lONo. 3 vs. Biq Ten No. 5 


Purdue 34, Washinqton 24 


AXAUBERTYBOWL 


Memphis. Tenn. (Ubertv BowL 62,921] 


Dec. 31, 3:30 p.m. (ESPN) 


C-USA No. 1 vs. MWC No. I 


TCU 1 7, Colorado State 3 


Mainstay INDEPENDENCE BOWL 


Shreveport, La. (Independence Stadium, 50.459 


Dec. 31. 7:30 p.m. (ESPN) 


SEC vs. Biq 12 No. 5, 6 or 7 


Ole Miss 27, Nebraska 23 


DarTKind Walnut SAN FRANCISCO BOWL San Francisco IPacific Bell Park, 4 1 .059) 


Dec. 31. 10:30 p.m (ESPN21 MWC vs. Bia East No. 5" 


Virqinia Tech 20, AJr Force 13 


OUTBACK BOWL 


Tampa, Fla. (Raymond James Stadium, 65,005] 


Jan. 1. 11a.m. (ESPN) 


Biq Ten No. 3 vs. SEC 


Michiqan 38, Flonda 30 


Toyota GATOR BOWL 


Jacksonville, Fla. (Alltel Stadium, 76,940] 


Jan. 1, 12:30 p.m. (NBC) 


ACC No. 2 vs. Biq East No. 2" 


NC State 28, Notre Dame 6 


CAPfTAL ONE BOWL 


Orlando, Fla. (Florida Citrus BowL 70,000) 


Jan. 1.2003, 1 p.m. (ABC) 


SEC vs. Biq Ten No. 2 


Auburn 13, PennStaie9 


SBC corroN bowl 


Dallas (Cotton BowL 68,252] 


Jan. 2, 2 p.m. (FOX] 


Biq l2No. 2vs. SEC 


Texas 35, LSU 20 


Oiick-fiW PEACH BOWL 


Atlanta (Georqia Dome, 71,228) 


Jan. 2, 4:30 p.m. (ESPN) 


ACC No. 3 vs. SEC 


Maryland 30, Tennessee 3 


Crucial com HUMANITARIAN BOWL 


Boise, Idaho (Bronco Stadium, 30,000] 


Jan. 3, Noon (ESPN) 


WACvs.ACCNo.6 


BoiseState34, Iowa State 16 


All times are Eastern 


-If a WAC team is chosen for the GAMC Bowl, a MAC team will be seleaed in either the Silicon Valley Classic or the Humanitarian Bowl. If a MAC team is chosen, a third bowl-eligible MAC team 
.: ill be invited to either the Silicon Valley Classic or the Humanitarian Bowl if no bowl-eligible team from a BCS conference is available. 
■ • - Bc'.'l can also selea Notre Dame 



Ruks for Selecting BCS Bowl Teams 



As participating members of the BCS, the four BCS Bowls 
(Fiesta. Orange. Rose and Sugar) will host specific conference 
champions in the years the national championship game is not 
played at Iheir site. Regional consideration tie-ins include, the 
ACC or Big East champion in the Orange Bowl, the SEC cham- 
pion in the Sugar Bowl, the Big Ten and the Pac- 1 champions 
in the Rose Bowl and the Big 1 2 champion in the Fiesta Bowl 

ShoukJ a BG Bowl s regional De-in champion be ranked 
number one or two in the final BCS standings, when such bowl 
is not hosting the national chai1|)ionship game, the number 
one or two^-anked team shall move to the national champion- 
ship game and the Bowl shall selea a replacement team from 
the BG pool of eligible teams The pool will consist of any Divi- 
sion W team that is ranked among the Top 1 2 in the final BG 



standings and has achieved nine wins during the regular season 
excluding NCAVexempted contests. 

BCS At-Larg« Guidelines 

■ Notre Dame (or any independent) is guaranteed a spot 
if It finishes in the top six of the final BG standings The Fighting 
Insh are not in a conference. 

• The third-place team in the final BG standings is guaran- 
teed an at-large spot. 

• If the third-place team is not an at-large choice and a 
spot stil remains open, then it goes to the fourttvplace team 

' If trieres still an open spot any of tfie top 12 teams in 
the final BCS standings can be invited as long as it has the re- 
quired nine victories. 



Future BCS Schedules 

2004/OS Bowl Season 

Jan I 20C5 ■ Pote BOiVi 
Jan. I. 2005 -Fiesta Bowl 
Jan. 2, 2005 -Sugar Bowl 
Jan 4, 2005 - Orange Bowl' 

2005/06 Bowl Season 

Jan 1,2006 -Sugar Bowl 
Jan 2, 2006 - Fiesta Bow) 
Jan 3, 2006 - Oange Bowf 
Jan. 4. 2006 -Rose Bowl' 
• - National Championship 




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Headquarters: Greensboro-High Point Airport Marriott 

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336-852-6450 
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The Terps will take charter flights on Delta to each of their six road trips in 
2003, beginning with their trip to Northern Illinois in August and concluding 
with the season finale at Wake Forest in November. 



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THG TRaDITIOn 

Consistency. It's the mark of true excellence in any endeavor 

However, In todays intercollegiate athletics, competition has become so balanced and so com- 
petitive that It IS virtually impossible to maintain a high level of consis- 
tency. 

Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds. Having 
celebrated its 50th year of competition a year ago, the ACC has long 
enjoyed the reputation as one of the strongest and most competitive 
intercollegiate conferences in the nation. And that is not mere con- 
jecture, the numbers support it 

Since the league's inception in 1 953, ACC schools have captured 
88 national champion-ships, including 44 in women's competition 
and 44 in men's In addition, NCAA individual titles have gone to ACC 
student-athletes 1 1 4 times in men's competition and 5 1 times in 
women's action. 

The conference had an immediate impact on the national col- 
lege football scene in the fall of 1 953 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 386 first 
or second team football All-Americans and 61 first-team Academic All-Americans ACC teams have 
had 1 ,520 players selected in the annual professional football draft, including 1 1 3 first-round selec- 
tions. A year ago, the nine ACC member institutions had 145 former players on NFL rosters during 
the regular season or playoffs. 

If success IS best measured in terms of wins and losses, 
then the ACC over the years has proved itself to be among 
the elite in Division l-A football. The ACC is the nation's 
winningest bowl conference as the nine current league 
teams are a combined 92-82-5 1.528| in postseason play 
A year ago, the ACC set an NCAA record when seven 
of Its nine teams |78%| received bowl bids. Over the past 
two years, 1 3 of a possible 1 8 ACC teams (72%) have 
received bowl bids. Conference bowl participants posted a 
4-3 mark and tied a league record, all having finished the 
regular season with winning records. 

Two ACC teams - Georgia Tech and Florida State - 
rank among the nations winningest bowl teams. Among 
teams with 20-or-more bowl appearances, the Yellow Jack- 
ets stand third behind only Southern Cal and Penn State 
with a 20-1 1 (.645) postseason mark while the Seminoles 
are fifth at 18-1 1-2 1 613). 

This past season, the ACC had one consensus All- 
American and over the past six years has produced 25 con- 
sensus All-Amencans. 

For the third-straight year the ACC set new atten- 
dance marks in football. Over 58 home games, ACC teams 
drew 2,944,936 fans, breaking the existing record of 
2,776,724 set during the 2001 season. In addition, in its 
50th season, the league eclipsed the 50,000 per-game mark 
for the first time, averaging 50,775 per game, surpassing 
the previous single season record of 49.673 established in 
2001. 



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national Coach of the Year recipients, 
nationally in 1 6 of the 2 1 sports sponsored by the 
teams finished their season with a top 1 ranking. 



ZDOZ OG m RGVieiU 

The 2002-03 academic year concluded with the 
league pocketing three more national team titles and nine 
individual NCAA crowns. In all, the ACC has won 45 na- 
tional team titles over the last 1 3 years. 

The ACC's 2002-03 national champions were Wake For- 
est in field hockey, Virginia in mens lacrosse and Clemson in 
mens golf Overall. 95 ACC teams look part in post-season 
play compiling a 84-64 (.568) record. 

A total of 1 67 student-athletes from the ACC earned 
first, second or third-team All-America honors this past year 
In addition, the ACC produced three national Players of 

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the Year one national Rookie of the Year and four 

The ACC placed at least one team in the top 1 

league for which polls were available. In all. 28 ACC 

THB CHampmnsHiPS 

The conference will conduct championship competition in 25 sports during the 2003-2004 
academic year - 1 2 for men and 1 3 for women. 

The first ACC championship was held in swimming on February 25, 1 954. The conference 
did not conduct championships in cross country, wrestling or tennis during the first year. 

The 1 2 sports for men include football, cross country, soccer basketball, swimming, indoor 
and outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf and lacrosse. Fencing, which was started in 
1 97 1 , was discontinued in 1 98 1 

Women's sports were initiated in 1977 with the 

first championship being held in tennis at Wake Forest. 

Championships for women are currently con- 
ducted in cross country, volleyball, field hockey soccer 
basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, tennis, 
golf, lacrosse, Softball and rowing. 



Clemson — Charter member of the SIM in 1894, charter 
member of the SCin 1921. charter member of the ACC in 
1953. 





Duke — Joined the SC in December. 1 928: charter mem- 
ber of the ACC in 1953. 



Florida State — Charter member of the Dixie Conference 
in 1 948. Joined the fi/letro Conference in Juiy. 1 97 6: joined 
the ACC Sept. 15. 1990. 



Georgia Tech — Charter member of the SIM in 1 894. 

charter member of SC in 1921. chaner member of the 
SEC in 1 932. 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 SIM in 1894. 

charter member of the SC in 1921. charter member of f a ^ 

the ACCin 1953. ^ 





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NC Stale — Charter member of the SC in 1921. charter 
member of the ACC in 1953. 



Virginia — Charter member of the SIM in 1894, charter 
member of the SC in 1921. resigned from SC in December. 
1 936. joined the ACC in December. 1 953. 




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Wake Forest — Joined theSCin February 1 936. charter mem- 
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a HISTDRH 

The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded on May 
8, 1 953. at the Sedgefield Inn near Greensboro. NC, with 
seven charter members - Clemson. Duke Maryland. North 
Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake 
Forest - drawing up the conference by-laws. 

The withdrawal of seven schools from the South- 
ern Conference came early on the morning of May 8, 
1 953. during the Southern Conferences annual spring 
meeting On June 1 4, 1 953, the seven members met in 
Raleigh, N.C.. where a set of bylaws was adopted and 
the name became officially the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

Suggestions from fans for the name of the new 
conference appeared in the region's newspapers prior to 
the meeting in Raleigh. Some of the names suggested 
were: Dixie, Mid South, Mid Atlantic, East Coast, Sea- 
board, Colonial, Tobacco, Blue-Gray Piedmont, South- 
ern Seven and the Shoreline 

Dukes Eddie Cameron recommended that the 
name of the conference be the Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence, and the motion was passed unanimously. The 
meeting concluded with each member institution as- 
sessed S200.00 to pay for conference expenses. 

On December 4, 1 953, conference officials met 
again at Sedgefield and officially admitted the University 
of Virginia as the league's eighth member The first, and 
only, withdrawal of a school from the ACC came on June 
30 1971, when the University of South Carolina ten- 
dered Its resignation. 

The ACC operated with seven members until April 
3. 1 978. when the Georgia Institute of Technology was 
admitted The Atlanta school had withdrawn from the 
Southeastern Conference in January of 1 964 

The ACC expanded to nine members on July I, 
1 99 1 , with the addition of Florida State University, 

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161 


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451 


228 


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220 


185 


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5 


402 


348 


6-1 


24 


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NC State 


192 


127 


3-1 


2-2 


11 


3 


460 


238 


6-1 


4-2 


1-0 


Clemson 






197 


223 


2-2 


2-2 




6 


330 


349 


5-2 


2-3 


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Georgia Tech 






148 


150 


2-2 


2-2 




6 


280 


267 


4-2 


3-3 


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Wal(e Forest 






196 


198 


2-2 


1-3 




6 


356 


327 


4-2 


24 


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North Carolina 


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113 


285 


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1-3 




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223 


421 


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254 


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353 


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ACC Individual Honors 

Player of the Year: Matt Schaub, QB, Wrginia 

Offensive Player of the Year: 

iVljit Schaub, QR Virginia 



Defensive Player of the Year: 
EJ. Henderson, LB, Maryland 



Rookie of the Year: TA McLendorL RB, NC State 



Coach of the Year: Ai Gr oh. Virginia 



Brian Piccolo Award; Anquan Boldin, WR, Flo rida Stale 



Jacobs Blocking TVophy: Brett Willi ams. OT. Florida State 
Jim latum Award: Jeremy M uyres, FS, Georgia Tech 



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acG FIRST Team OFFense 

QB Matt Schaub, Jr., Virginia 

RB Chris Downs, St., Maryland 

RB TA. McLendon, Fr., NC State 

WR Jerricho Cotchery, Jr., NC State 

WR Billy McM u llen, Sr, Vir gi nia 

TE Sean Berton, Sr, NC State 

01 Brett Williams, Sr, Floirda State 

OT Matt Crawford^ Sr., Maryla nd 

OG Montrae Holland, Sr., Florida State 

OG Blake Henry, Sr., Wake Forest 

C Todd Wike, Sr., Maryland 

PK Nick Novak, So., Maryland 

SP Steve Suter, So. , Maryland 



acc seconD Team OFFense 

QB Philip Rivers, Jr, NC State 

RB Greg Jones. Jr., Flori da State 

RB Alex Wad e, Jr., Duke 

WR Kerry Watkins, Sr, Georgia Tech 

WR Anquan Boldin, Jr, Florida State 

TE Heath Miller, Fr, Virgnia 

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Nat Dor sey, So., Georgia Tech 
Chris Colmer Jr, NC State 



OG Lamar Bryant, Jr., Maryland 

OG Shane Riggs, Sr, NC State 

C Anto ine Mira mbeau, Sr, Florida State 
Fabian Davis, Sr, Wake Forest 



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Texas Tech 55. Clemson 1 5 



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Fre sno Stale 30. Georgia Tech 21 



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Wake Forest 38, Oregon 17 



Continental Tire 



Virginia 48. West Virginia 22 



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PL Alonzo Jackson, Sr, Flonda State 

DL Calvin Pace, Sr, Wake Forest 

DL Shawn Johnson, Jr, Duke 

DL Nick Eason, Jr, Clemson 

IB EJ. Henderson, Sr., Maryland 

LB Dantonio Burnette, Sr, NC State 

LB Angelo Crow/ell, Sr, Virginia 

DB Terrence Holt, Sr, NC State 



PK Luke Mangel, Sr, Georgia Tech 

acc secono Team oeFense 

PL Chris Canty, So., Virginia 

DL Shawn Price, Sr, NC State 

PL Randy Starks, So., Maryland 

DL Biyant McNeal, Sr, Clemson 

LB Mike Boulware, Jr, Florida State 

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Recardo Wimbush, Sr, Georgia Tech 
Kendyll Pope. Jr, Flonda State 



DB Justin Miller, Fr, Clemson 



Maryland 3 0, Tennessee 3 



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NC State 28, 
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DB Jeremy Muyres, Sr, Georgia Tech DB Brian Mance, Sr, Clemson 

DB Dexter Reid, Jr, North Carolina 




DB Domonique Foxworth, So., Maryland 
P Brooks Barnard, Sr, Maryland 



DB Madieu Williams, Jr., Maryland 

DB Jerton Evans, Sr, Virginia 

P Chance Gwaltney, Sr, Florida State 



2002 ACC Defensive Player 
of the Year EJ. Henderson 
led the Terps to the Chick-ni- 
A Peach Bowl title. 



acc HonoRaoLB meniioR offbrsb 

QB - Scott McBrien, Jr., Maryland. RB— Tarence Williams. Sr. Wake Forest. WR - Sam 
Aiken. Sr, North Carolina. TE - Bobby Blizzard. Jr. North Carolina, Jeff Dugan, Jr., 
Maryland. T - Gary Byrd. Sr. Clemson. Mark Moroz. Jr, Wake Forest. Mike Mullins, Sr, 
Virginia, OG - Elton Brown, So., Virginia, CJ. Brooks, So., Maryland; Tyson Clabo, Jr., 
Wake Forest; C - Hugh Reilly Jr. Georgia Tech; PK -Aaron Hunt, Jr, Clemson; Xavier 
Beita, So.. Florida State. 

acc HonoRaoLO menTiOR oeFense 

DL - Terrance Martin. Sr. NC State. Matt Zielinski. Jr. Duke; Montique Sharp, Sr, Wake 
Forest; LB— Darryl Blackstock, Fr. Virginia; John Leake. Jr, Clemson; Ryan Fowler; Jr. 
Duke; Rodney Thomas, Sr. Clemson; DB— Andre Maddox. So.. NC State; Almondo Cuny, 
Jr, Virginia; Quintin Williams, Jr, Wake Forest' Enc King. So.. Wake Forest; SP- Kelley 
Rhino. Sr, Georgia Tech. 




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TOTaL DFFense 

Team NCAA G Rush 


Pass Plays Yards Avu TD Yds/G 


Wake Forest 


(241 13 3135 


2170 990 5305 5.4 44 408.1 


Florida State 


(321 14 2618 


2955 981 5573 5.7 53 398.1 


NC State 


(39) 14 2017 


3468 969 5485 5.7 62 391,8 


Maryland 


(41) 14 2783 2668 916 5451 6.0 54389.4 


Georqia Tech 


(571 13 2127 


2744 935 4871 5,2 35 374,7 


No. Carolina 


(671 12 1230 


3199 847 4429 5,2 28 369,1 


Clemson 


(711 13 1569 


3157 920 4726 5,1 40 363,5 


Duke 


(771 12 1901 


2399 872 4300 4,9 27 358,3 


Virqinia 


(801 14 1777 


3222 934 4999 5,4 53 357,1 


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Team NCAA C Att 


Yds Avq Sack LG TD Yds/G 


Wake Forest 


(71 13 718 


3135 4,4 (86) 55 33 241,2 


Maryland 


(281 14 592 


2783 4.7 (1511 72 32 198.8 


Florida State 


(351 14 562 


2618 4,7 (1841 64 20 187.0 


Georqia Tech 


(481 13 500 


2127 4.3 (168) 72 20 163.6 


Duke 


1511 12 487 


1901 3.9 (257) 69 8 158.4 


NC State 


(621 14 522 


2017 3.9 (56) 65 33 144.1 


Virqinia 


(82) 14 486 


1777 3.7 (161) 62 16 126.9 


Clemson 


(891 13 458 


1569 3.4 (206) 77 22 120.7 


No. Carolina 


(106) 12 414 


1230 3.0 (350) 50 7 102.5 


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Team NCAA G Att Cmp Int Pet. Yds Avg TD Yds/G 


No. Carolina 


(22) 12 433 237 14 54,7 3199 7,4 21 2666 


NC State 


(35) 14 447 273 11 61,1 3468 7,8 20 247 7 


Cleinson 


(40) 13 462 268 13 58.0 3157 6.8 16 242.8 


Virqinia 


(48) 14 448 306 8 68.3 3222 7.2 32 230.1 


Georqia Tech 


(61) 13 435 239 20 54.9 2744 6.3 15 211.1 


Florida State 


(62) 14 419 217 10 518 2955 7 1 27 211 1 


Duke 


(691 12 385 206 13 53.5 2399 6 2 18 199.9 


Maryland 


175) 14 324 179 13 55.2 2668 8.2 15 190.6 


Wake Forest 


(931 13 272 


47 6 54.0 2170 8.0 8 166.9 


SGDRing OFFGnse 

Team NCAA 6 TD 


XP 2XP FGSf. Pts. Avq 


NC State 


(I8| 14 62 


52-59 1-2 10-14 2 460 32.9 


Maryland 


(211 14 54 53-54 0-0 24-28 1 451 32.2 


Flonda State 


(321 14 53 


51-51 0-2 19-28 1 428 30.6 


Virqinia 


(50) 14 53 


42-47 3-6 12-18 402 28.7 


Wake Forest 


(581 13 44 


3740 2-4 17-27 356 27.4 


Clemson 


(71) 13 40 


37-38 0-2 17-22 1 330 25.4 


Georqia Tech 


(941 13 35 


32-32 1-3 12-20 280 21.5 


Duke 


(1031 12 27 


21-24 0-3 14-27 1 227 18.9 


No. Carolina 


(1081 12 28 


26-27 0-1 9-14 1 223 18.6 


KICKflFF RBTURnS 

Team NCAA G Ret Yds TD Avq 


NC State 


(2) 14 37 923 3 24.9 


Clemson 


(5) 13 52 1264 1 24.3 


Maryland 


1231 14 29 659 22.7 


Virqinia 


(28) 14 49 1083 1 22.1 


Florida State 


(36) 14 43 921 1 21.4 


Georqia Tech 


(76) 13 43 839 19.5 


No. Carolina 


(77) 12 52 1012 19.5 


Wake Forest 


(107) 13 38 673 17.7 


Duke 


(1131 12 40 685 17.1 


TOTai DBFense 

Team NCAA G Rush 


Pass Plys Yards Avg TD Yds/G 


NC State 


(I4| 14 1754 


2457 962 4211 4.4 26 300.8 


Maryland 


136) 14 1801 


2942 975 4743 4.9 25 338.8 


Clemson 


|49| 


19 4620 5.0 42 355.4 


Georqia Tech 


(421 


.6 4624 5 30 355.7 


Florida State 


(611 14 18y 


i29S 962 5124 5.3 35 366.0 


Duke 


(651 12 1446 


3056 830 4502 5.4 44 375.2 


Wake Forest 


(74) 13 2057 


3016 911 5073 5.6 41 390.2 


Virqinia 


(1001 14 2924 


3020 1073 5944 5.5 41 424.6 


No. Carolina 


(1081 12 2654 


2775 861 5429 6.3 58 452.4 





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Team NCAA G Rush Yards Avq. Sack 


LG TD Yds/G 


Duke (28) 12 


425 1446 3.4 (2251 


43 20 120.5 


NC State (321 14 


525 1754 3.3 (3551 


64 13 125.3 


Maryland |34| 14 


531 1801 3.4 12131 


51 12 128.6 


Florida State (37| 14 


497 1831 37 (I87| 


60 13 130.8 


Georqia Tech (42| 13 


486 1750 3.6 (200) 


77 16 134.6 


Clemson |60| 13 


530 2056 3.9 (248) 


72 17 158,2 


Wake Forest (61 1 13 


498 2057 4 1 (117) 


55 17 158,2 


Virqinia (I08| 14 


640 2924 4.6 (159) 


72 25 208,9 


No. Carolina (111) 12 


555 2654 4.8 (158) 


60 32 221,2 


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Team NCAA G 


Att 


Cmp Int Pet. Yds 


Avq TD Yds/G 


NC State (151 14 


437 


217 16 497 2457 


5,6 13 175,5 


Clemson (35) 13 


389 


233 21 59 9 2564 


6,6 20 197 2 


Maryland |52| 14 444 251 18 56.5 2942 


6.612 210.1 


Virqinia (59) 14 


433 


262 15 60.5 3020 


7,0 14 2157 


Georqia Tech (65) 13 


440 


235 11 53.4 2874 


65 11 221,1 


No. Carolina |80) 12 


306 


168 6 54.9 2775 


91 24 231,2 


Wake Forest (82) 13 


413 


242 13 58.6 3016 


7,3 22 232 


Florida State (85) 14 


465 


249 16 53.5 3293 


7 1 21 2352 


Duke (102) 12 


405 


245 12 60.5 3056 


7,5 18 254,7 


SGDRIR9 BBFBRSB 

Team NCAA G TD 


XP 2XP FGSf. Pts. Avq 


Maryland |7| 14 


25 


22-25 0-0 18-25 


1 228 16.3 


NC State (10) 14 


29 


23-25 1-4 13-19 


238 17,0 


Georqia Tech (27) 13 


30 


27-27 2-2 18-25 


1 267 20,5 


Florida State (32) 14 


35 


31-33 1-2 18-26 


2 301 21,5 


Virqinia (50) 14 


41 


32-35 2-6 22-35 


1 348 24,9 


Wake Forest (53) 13 


41 


35-38 1-3 14-23 


1 327 25,2 


Clemson (62) 13 


42 


36-38 1-4 19-22 


1 349 26,8 


Duke (83) 12 


44 


39-42 0-2 16-22 


1 353 29,4 


No. Carolina (102) 12 


58 


53-56 1-3 6-19 


421 35,1 


PUHT RBTURRS 

Team NCAA C 


ffer Yds TD Avq 


Maryland |22| 14 




58 773 4 13.3 


Flonda State (50) 14 




45 477 10,6 


Clemson (55) 13 




42 437 10,4 


Georqia Tech (58) 13 




52 524 10, 




Virqinia (61) 14 




39 385 2 9.9 


Wake Forest (71) 13 




41 370 1 9.0 


NC State (85) 14 




35 290 3 8.3 


Duke (112) 12 




32 187 5.8 


No. Carolina (113) 12 




24 137 5.7 



RBT PURTina 

Team NCAA 



G No. Yards Avq Ret Yds Avg Net/P 



Maryland 


l»l 


14 


55 2373 43.1 


28 297 


10.6 7.7 


Georqia Tech 


(34) 




74 2956 39.9 


37 306 


8.2 35.8 


Wake Forest 


(48) 




61 2458 40.3 


32 327 


10.2 34.9 


Florida State 


(79) 




76 2932 38.6 


45 399 


8.9 33.3 


Duke 


|88) 




70 2651 37.9 


42 378 


9.1 32.5 


NC State 


|91) 




61 2268 37.2 


34 311 


9.1 32.1 


No, Carolina 


(98) 




68 2451 360 


36 317 


8.8 31.4 


Wrqinla 


(107) 




66 2299 34.8 


36 308 


8.5 30.2 


Clemson 


(1131 




65 2340 36.0 


41 413 


10.0 29.6 


SRD OBlUn CBRVGRSIOnS 

Team G Com Att Pet 


G Og^ 


Att Pel. 


NC State 






96 202 47.5 


14 57 


206 27.7 


Virqinia 






79 189 41.8 


14 87 


209 41.6 


Clemson 






79 195 40.5 


13 81 


197 41.1 


Georqia Tech 






80 200 40.0 


13 70 


209 33.5 


Maryland 




14 


69 175 39.4 


14 92 


227 40.5 


Wake Forest 






79 203 38.9 


13 69 


182 37.9 


No. Carolina 






68 177 38.4 


12 78 


162 48.1 


Florida State 






75 198 37.9 


14 71 


208 34.1 


Duke 






73 199 36.7 


12 72 


174 41.4 



sacKS 

Team 



C Sacks Yards 



G Opp Yards 



NC State 



48 355 



14 12 



56 



Maryland 



14 



37 213 



14 21 151 



Georqia Tech 



32 200 



13 20 



1 68 



Florida State 



14 



31 



187 



14 32 



184 



Duke 



12 30 



225 



12 37 



257 



Clemson 



13 29 



248 



13 31 



206 



Virqinia 



14 26 



159 



14 22 



161 



No. Carolina 



12 20 



158 



12 46 



350 



Wake Forest 



13 



19 



117 



13 12 



86 



TiniB BF PBSSBSSiBR 

Team G Time 



Avq/G 



Duke 



12 384:47 32:03 



NC State 



14 436:50 31:12 



Wake Forest 



13 402:00 30:55 



Florida State 



14 425:40 30:24 



Georqia Tech 



13 394:55 30:22 



Maryland 



14 409:10 29:13 



No. Carolina 



12 350.00 29:10 



Clemson 



13 367:28 28:16 



Virqinia 



14 392:32 28:02 



FIRST BBIUnS 



Team 



G Rush Pass Pen Total 



Florida State 



14 143 130 26 299 



NC State 



14 105 154 22 281 



Virqinia 



14 105 146 23 274 



Wake Forest 



13 166 93 15 274 



Maryland 



14 148 105 17 270 



Clemson 



13 105 131 22 258 



Georqia Tech 



13 109 120 24 253 



No. Carolina 



12 87 132 19 238 



Duke 



12 106 99 15 220 



TBRnovGR maRBin 

Team NCAA G Fum 



Int Tot Fum Int Tot Mar 



Wake Forest (5) 13 21 13 34 10 6 16 -^18 



Virqinia 



(15) 14 22 15 37 14 8 22 tlS 



Florida State (19) 14 16 16 32 11 10 21 +11 
NC State (35) 14 15 16 31 13 11 24 *7 
Duke (49) 12 13 12 25 10 13 23 +2 



Clemson 



1521 13 



21 30 15 13 28 



Maryland |58| 14 8 18 26 12 13 25 



Georqia Tech 



13 11 11 22 10 20 30 



No. Carolina (111) 12 



6 15 16 14 30 15 



PGnaiTiBS 



Team G No 


Yds 


Avq/C 


Virqinia 1 


» 64 


484 


34.6 


Duke 1 


! 65 


532 


44.3 


Wake Forest 1 


J 83 


684 


52.6 


Maryland 1' 


1 84 


774 


55.3 


Clemson 1 


i 81 


769 


59.2 


Georqia Tech 1 


i 95 


792 


60.9 


NC State 1 


1 101 


881 


62.9 


No. Carolina 1 


I 95 


792 


66.0 


Florida State 1 


1 109 


935 


66.8 



RBB ZBHB BFFGnSB 

Team G RedZ. 


Pet. 


TDs 


R/PFGAT 


F/UD/0 


Maryland 


4 46/53 


86 8 


14 


25/9 12/14 


I/0/I/3 


Georqia Tech 


3 35,4; 






17/9 9/10 


0/3/2/0 


Flonda State 


4 48/58 


828 


35 


17/18 13/1/ 


2/1/3/0 


Wrqinia 


4 50/61 


82.0 


40 


15/25 10/15 


2/2/2/0 


Clemson 


3 43/53 


81.1 


29 


20/9 14/16 


0/1/5/2 


NC State 


4 53/67 


79.1 


45 


32/13 8/11 


4/2/4/1 


Wake Forest 


3 48/61 


78.7 


34 


32/2 14/20 


2/0/5/0 


No. Carolina 


2 20/30 


66.7 


17 


5/12 3/4 


2/2/4/1 


Duke 


2 25/38 


65.8 


17 


6/11 8/14 


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Pliyer, Yr., Team 

Greg Jones, Jr, FSU 

TA McLcndon, Fr, NCS 
Chris Downs, it., Md. 

Alex Wade, Jr, Duke 

Ijrence Williams, Sr, WF_ 

Wall Lundy Fr, UVa 

i:iiris Douglas, Jr.. Duke 
Chns Barclay, Fr, WF 
Nick Maddox, Sr 



NCAA GP Att 

10 161 



158) 
164) 

J65L 



J76L 



FSU 



BefTwd Rambert, Sr. Clem 
Jacque Lewis. So.. UNC 



VOsef K elly So . Clem 



Gordon Clinkscale. Sr, GaT 



Josh Brown. So.. NCS 



Fabian Davis, Sr, WF 



Yds AV3 

938 5.8 



TO 

8 



Ydi/G 

" 93.8 



245 
208 

201 



110 1 4.5 18 84.7 
1154 
979 



5.5 13 82.4 



4.9 



81.6 



186 852 4.6 



5 71.0 



196 826 4.2 



59.0 



131 640 4.9 



58.2 



144 703 4.9 



54.1 



106 602 5.7 



50.2 



117 488 4.2 



48.! 



130 574 4.4 



47.8 



125 520 4.2 8 43.3 



75 468 6.2 



39.0 



123 



483 3.9 



34.5 



52 446 8.6 



1 34.3 



RBCBPTions PGR Same 



Player, Yr., Team 


NCAA 

|27| 


GP 


ffec 


Yds 


TD Avg/C 


Rec/6 




SamAiken, Sf, UNC 




68 


990 


4 14.6 


5.67 




KenvWatkins. Sr.GaT 


(32| 




71 


1050 


5 14.8 


5.46 




Billv McMullen. Sr, UVa 


(431 




69 


894 


3 13.0 


4.93 




Jericho Cotchery, Jr, NCS 


(51| 




67 


1192 


7 17.8 


4.79 




Anquan Boldin, Jr., FSU 


|57| 




65 


1011 


13 15.6 


4.64 




Kevin Younqblood. Jr, Clem 


|63| 




59 


591 


2 10.0 


4.54 




Wall Lundv, Fr, UVa 


(851 




58 


435 


4 7.5 


4.14 




JJ McKelvev, Sr, Clem 


(95| 




52 


785 


4 15.1 


4.00 




Oemck Hamilton, So., Clem 


(951 




52 


602 


2 11.6 


4.00 




Will Glover, Sr, GaT 






47 


434 


3 9.2 


3.62 




Receiving eos peR same 

Player, Yr., Team NCAA GP 


Rec 


Yds 


TD Avq/C 


Yds/G 




Jericho Cotchery, Jr, NG 


|27| 


14 


bJ 


1192 


7 17.8 


85.1 




Sam Aiken, Sr, UNC 


|3I| 


12 


68 


990 


4 14.6 


82.5 




Kerr>' Watkins, Sr, GaT 


|33| 


13 


71 


1050 


5 14.8 


80.8 




Anquan Boldin, Jr, FSU 


|52| 


14 


65 


1011 


13 15.6 


72.2 




Billy McMullen, Sr, UVa 


(621 


14 


69 


894 


3 13.0 


63.9 




JJ McKelvev, Sr, Clem, 


(74| 


13 


52 


785 


4 15.1 


60.4 




Jason Anderson, So., WF 




10 


23 


535 


6 23.3 


53.5 




Demck Hamilton, So., Clem 




13 


52 


602 


2 11.6 


46.3 




Kevin Younqblood, Jr, Clem 




13 


59 


591 


2 10.0 


45.5 




Talman Gardner, Sr, FSU 




14 


38 


625 


8 16.4 


44.6 




pass OFFiGiency 

Player, Yr., Team 


NCAAGP 


Att 


Cmp 


Int Pet. 


Yds TV 


Bff. 


'■'■:: x-^.r 


|6| 


14 


418 


288 


7 68.9 2976 28 


147.5 


Scott McBrien, Jr., Md. 


l<2| 


14 


284 


162 


10 57.0 2497 15 


141.3 


Philip Rivers. Jr, MCS 


(131 


14 


418 


262 


10 62.7 3353 20 


141.1 


James MacPherson, Sr, WF 


(281 


13 


223 


123 


4 55.2 


837 8 


132.6 


Chns Rix. So., FSU 


(42| 


11 


225 


118 


7 52.4 


684 13 


128.2 


Adam Smith, So., Duke 


(69| 


12 


308 


174 


9 56.5 2031 12 


118.9 


AJ. Suqgs, Jr. GaT 


(88) 


13 


363 


208 


15 57.3 2242 12 


111.8 


TOTai OFFBnSB 

Player, Yr., Team 


NCAAGP 


Rush 


Pass 


Plavs Tout 


Yds/G 




Danan Durant, So., UNC 




8 


163 


2123 


334 2286 


285.8 




Philip Rivers. Jr, NO 


|25| 


14 


100 


3353 


475 3453 


246.6 




Man Schaub, Jr, UVa 


(431 


14 


95 


2976 


488 3071 


219.4 




Scott McBrien. Jr.. Md. 


|57| 


14 


284 


2497 


372 2781 


198.6 




Chns Rix, So.. FSU 


(69| 


11 


789 


1684 


311 1973 


179.4 




AJ, Suqqs, Jr. GaT 


|7« 


13 


21 


2242 


415 2263 


174.1 




Adam Smith. So., Duke 


(9I| 


12 


119 


2031 


370 1912 


159.3 




James MacPherson, Sr. WF 


(94| 


13 


177 


1837 


291 2014 


154.9 




TA McLendon, Fr. NG 




13 


1101 





245 1101 


84.7 




Chris Downs. Si. Md. 




14 1154 





208 1154 


82.4 





all PURPQse 



Player, Yr., Team 


NCAAGP 

1201 13 


Rush 


ffcv 


PR 


HR 


Yds 


Avg/G 


Derrick Hamilton, So., Clem, 


208 


602 


377 


696 


1883 


144.8 


Fabian Davis, Sr, WF 


|31| 


13 


446 


575 


363 


363 


1747 


134.4 


Steve Suter, So., Md. 


|44| 


14 


82 


303 


771 


546 


1702 


121.6 


Kerrv Watkins, Sr, GaT 


(49| 


13 


39 


1050 





481 


1570 


120.8 


Wall Lundv, Fr, UVa 


(551 


14 


826 


435 





409 


1670 


119.3 


TA. McLendon, Fr, NCS 


(67| 


13 


1101 


354 








1455 


111.9 


Jericho Cotchery, Jr, NCS 




14 


8 


1192 


109 


91 


1400 


100.0 


Alex Wade, Jr, Duke 




12 


979 


159 








1138 


94.8 


Chris Downs, Sr., Md. 




14 1154 


165 








1319 


94.2 


SGBRing 

Player, Yr., Team 


NCAA GP 


TD 


XPT 


FG 


Pis 


Pts/G 




Nick Novak, So., Md. 


(16| 







53 


24 


125 


8.9 




TA. McLendon, Fr, NCS 


1271 




18 








108 


8.3 




Xavier Beitia, So., FSU 


(431 







51 


19 


108 


7.7 




Aaron Hunt, Jr, Clem, 


(5I| 







37 


17 


88 


7.3 




MattWisnosky, So., WF 


(871 







33 


17 


84 


6.5 




Chris Downs, Sr. Md. 


(92) 




15 








90 


6.4 




Anquan Boldin, Jr, FSU 






13 








78 


5.6 




Ovie Muqhelli, Sr, WF 






12 








72 


5.5 





Luke M anqet, Sr, GaT 
Brent Garber, Jr, Duke 



12 



29 12 



65 



12 



21 



14 63_ 



FiBLB aoais 



5.4 



5.2 



Player, Yr., Team 


NCAAGP 


FG 


FGA 


Pet. 


FG/G 


Nick Novak, So., Md. 


|S| 14 


24 


28 


85.7 


1.71 


Aaron Hunt. Jr, Clem, 


1181 12 


17 


22 


77.3 


1.42 


Xavier Beitia, So., FSU 


1221 14 


19 


28 


67.9 


1.36 


MattWisnosky, So., WF 


(221 13 


17 


25 


68.0 


1.31 


Brent Garber Jr, Duke 


(371 12 


14 


25 


56.0 


1.17 


Luke Manqet, Jr, GaT 


(501 12 


12 


17 


70.6 


1.00 


Dan Orner Jr, UNC 


(861 12 


9 


14 


643 


0.75 


puRTing 

Player, Yr., Team 


NCAAGP 


Punt 


Yds 


Avg 




Brooks Barnard, Sr., Md. 


(121 14 


55 


2373 


43.1 




Chns Morehouse, Sr, GaT 


(241 10 


33 


1396 


42.3 




Chance Gwaltney, Sr, FSU 


(671 14 


72 


2862 


39.8 




Dan Dyke, Sr, GaT 


175) 11 


39 


1531 


39.3 




Trev McDonald, So., Duke 


(76) 10 


49 


1923 


39.2 




Austin Herbert, Jr, NCS 


(92) 14 


61 


2268 


37.2 




Wynn Kopp, Sr, Clem, 


(94) 13 


63 


2340 


37.1 




Tom Haqan, Fr, UVa 


197) 14 


62 


2273 


36.7 




John Laffertv, Jr, UNC 


1981 12 


61 


2235 


36.6 




KICK R6TURR aVS 

Player, Yr., Team 


NCAAGP 


Ret 


Yds 


TD 


Avd 


Steve Suter, So., Md. 


121) 14 


22 


546 





24.8 


Wall Lundy Fr, UVa 


1271 14 


17 


409 





24.1 


Demck Hamilton, So., Clem, 


1621 13 


32 


696 





21.8 


Wallace Wriqht, So., UNC 


(651 9 


29 


624 





21.5 


Fabian Davis, Sr, WF 


1671 13 


17 


363 





21.4 


Kerry Watkins, Sr.GaT 


(751 13 


23 


481 





20.9 


PURT RBTURR aV9 

Plaver. Yr.. Team 


NCAAGP 


Ret 


Yds 


TD 


Avq 


Steve Suter, So., Md. 


f23) 14 


56 


771 


4 


13.8 


Leon Washinqton, Fr, FSU 


1401 14 


34 


392 





11.5 


Derrick Hamilton, So.. Clem, 


(481 13 


35 


377 





10.8 


Kelley Rhino, Sr, GaT 


160) 1 1 


45 


447 





9.9 


Fabian Davis, Sr, WF 


166) 13 


39 


363 


1 


9.3 


Marques Haqans, Fr, UVa 


(68) 14 


29 


262 


1 


9.0 


Khary Sharpe, So., Duke 


11 


26 


162 





6.2 


Jericho Cotchery, Jr, NG 


14 


20 


109 





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NCAACP 


Int 


Yds 


TO 


Int/C 


Justin Miller Fr. Clem, 


|5| 


13 


8 


50 





0.62 


Brian Mance, Sr, Clem, 


(2I| 


13 


6 


1 





0.46 


Jeremv Muvres, Sr., GaT 


|35| 


13 


5 


37 





0.38 


Doffl. Foxworth, So., Md, 


(511 


14 


5 


64 





0.36 


Rod Johnson, Sr, NCS 


(54| 


12 


4 


67 





0.33 


Madieu Williams, Jr., Md. 


(921 


14 


4 








0.29 


Alex Green, So., Duke 




12 


3 


31 





0.25 


Terrell Smith, Jr., Duke 




12 


3 


17 





0.25 


Kenneth Stanford, So., Duke 




12 


3 


7 





0.25 


TacKLes (aiL posmons) 

Player, Yr., Team NCAA GP 


Solo 


Ast 


Total Avg/G 


Dexter Reid, Jr, UNC 


ft] 


12 


107 


59 


166 


13.8 


John Leake, Jr, Clem, 


|7| 


13 


78 


84 


162 


12.5 


E.J. Henderson, Sr, Md. 


|8| 


14 


134 


40 


174 


12.4 


Rodney Thomas, Sr, Clem, 


(I'l 


13 


84 


75 


159 


12.2 


Ryan Fowler, Jr, Duke 


(18| 


12 


75 


63 


138 


11.5 


Anqelo Crowell, Sr, UVa 


|25| 


14 


92 


63 


155 


11.1 


Dantonio Burnette. Sr, NCS 




13 


76 


62 


138 


10.6 


Kendyll Pope, Jr, FSU 




14 


60 


64 


124 


8.9 


Terrell Smith, Jr, Duke 




12 


58 


47 


105 


8.8 


Andre Maddox, So., NCS 




14 


91 


31 


122 


8.7 


Merrill Robertson, Sr, UVa 




14 


74 


48 


122 


8.7 


Mike Boulware, Jr, FSU 




14 


65 


55 


120 


8.6 


Jetton Evans, Sr, UVa 




14 


82 


34 


116 


8.3 


Douq Justice, Fr, UNC 




12 


65 


30 


95 


7.9 


Leon Joe, Jr., Md. 




13 


72 


30 


102 


7.8 


Chns Canty, So., UVa 




11 


52 


34 


86 


7.8 


Keyaron Fox, Jr, GaT 




12 


49 


43 


92 


7.7 


Darrvl Blackstock, Fr UVa 




14 


66 


41 


107 


7.6 


Darvl Smith, Jr, GaT 




13 


43 


56 


99 


7.6 


Eric Meekins, Sr, Clem, 




13 


58 


39 


97 


7.5 


Pat Thomas, So., NCS 




14 


55 


48 


103 


7.4 


Recardo Wimbush, Sr, GaT 




13 


56 


38 


94 


7.2 


Brad White, So , WF 




13 


55 


39 


94 


7.2 


Malcolm Stewart, Sr, UNC 




12 


52 


34 


86 


7.2 


Terrance Holt, Sr, NCS 




14 


68 


32 


100 


7.1 


Jerome Carter, So., FSU 




14 


57 


37 


94 


6.7 


Eric Sampson, So., Clem, 




12 


40 


39 


79 


6.6 



TaCKLBS FBR LOSS 

Player, Yr., Team 


NCAA GP Total 


PC 




Calvin Pace, Sr,WF 


|I8| 


12 


19.5 


1.62 




Shawn Johnson, Jr, Duke 


(181 


12 


19.5 


1.62 




Matt Zielinski, Jr, Duke 


(23| 


12 


18.5 


1.54 




Ryan Fowler, Jr, Duke 


(251 


12 


18.0 


1.50 




Alonzo Jackson, Sr, FSU 




13 


19.0 


1.46 




E J. Henderson, Sr, Md. 




14 


19.5 


1.39 




Dantonio Burnette, Sr, NCS 




13 


18.0 


1.38 




Kevin Emanuel, Jr, FSU 




13 


15.0 


1.15 




Bryant McNeal. Sr, Clem, 




13 


14.0 


1.08 




Darrvl Blackstock, Fr, UVa 




14 


14.0 


1.00 




Travis Johnson, So., FSU 




14 


14,0 


1.00 




PaSSBS OBFBnDBB 

Player, Yr., Team 


NCAAGP 


PBU 


Int. 


Total 


Dom. Foxworth, So., Md. 


, (IS) 




18 




23 


Stanford Samuels, Jr, FSU 


|20| 




17 




20 


Brian Mance, Sr, Clem, 






11 




17 


Justin Millet Fr, Clem, 






8 




16 


Curome Cox, Sr, Md. 






12 




15 


Kenneth Stanford, So., Duke 






11 




14 


Rufus Brown, Jr, FSU 






10 




12 


Madieu Williams, Jr, Md. 






7 




11 


Dennard Wilson, Jr, Md. 






10 




11 


Alex Green, So., Duke 






7 




10 


sacKS 

Player, Yr., Team 


NCAA GP Total 


PG 




Shawn Johnson, Jr, Duke 


|8| 




12.0 


1.00 




Alonzo Jackson, Sr, FSU 


("1 




12.0 


0.92 




Darrvl Blackstock, Fr, UVa 


(231 




10.0 


0.71 




Bryant McNeal, Sr, Clem. 






9.0 


0.69 




Dantonio Burnette, Sr, NCS 






9.0 


0.69 




Shawn Pnce, Sr, NCS 






8.5 


0.65 




E.J. Henderson, Sr, Md. 




14 


8.5 


0.61 




Calvin Pace, Sr, WF 






8.0 


0.67 




Nick Eason, Sr, Clem. 






7.0 


0.54 





Rand y Starks, So., Md. 



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40 90 6.4 



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Philip Rivers 


NC State 


S2 


Greq Jones 


Florida State 


S9 


Philip Rivers 


NC State 


S16 


Derrick Hamilton 


Clemson 


S23 


Tony Hollinqs 


Georgia Tech 


S30 


Matt Schaub 


Virginia 


07 


Darian Durant 


North Carolina 


014 


Greq Jones 


Flonda State 


021 


Chris Downs 


Maryland 


028 


T.A. McLendon 


NC State 


N4 


Charlie Whitehurst 


Clemson 


Nil 


Steve Suter 


Maryland 


N18 


Marquis Weeks 


Virqlnia 


BFFBnsivB Line 

A26 Montrae Holland 


Florida State 


52 


Drew Strojny 


Duke 


S9 


Elton Brown 


VIrqinia 


SI6 


Brett Williams 


Florida State 


S23 


Blake Henry 


Wake Forest 


S30 


Kyle Wallace 


Georqia Tech 


07 


Tyson Clabo 


Georgia Tech 



014 


Chris Colmer 


NC State 


021 


C.J. Brooks 


Maryland 


028 


Kyle Wallace 


Georqia Tech 


N4 


Todd Williams 


Florida State 


Nil 


Todd Wike 


Maryland 


NI8 


Todd Wike 


Maryland 


BBFBnSIVB LIBB 

A26 Alonzo Jackson 


Florida State 


S2 


Dantonio Burnette 


NC State 


S9 


Angelow Crowell 


Virqlnia 


S16 


Shawn Price 


NC State 


S23 


Shawn Price 


NC State 


S30 


Alonzo Jackson 


Florida State 


07 


E J. Henderson 


Maryland 


014 


Calvin Pace 


Wake Forest 


021 


Dantonio Burnette 


NC State 


028 


Calvin Pace 


Wake Forest 


N4 


Dantonio Burnette 


NC State 


Nil 

N18 


Randy Starks 

Keyaron Fox 


Maryland 

Georgia Tech 



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A26 Terrance Holt 


NC State 


S2 


Dexter Reid 


North Carolina 


S9 


Eric Kinq 


Wake Forest 


S16 


Terrance Holt 


NC State 


S23 


Jeremv Muyres 


Georqia Tech 


S30 


Terrell Smith 


Duke 


07 


Jerton Evans 


Virginia 


014 


Darrvl Blackstock 


Wrqinia 


021 


Bnan Mance 


Clemson 


028 


Terrance Holt 


NC State 


N4 


Jeremy Muyres 


Georqia Tech 


Nil 


Stanford Samuels 


Florida State 


N18 


Jamalne Winborne 


Wrqinia 


SPBGiailST 

A26 B.J, Ward 


Florida State 


S2 


Brent Garber 


Duke 


S9 


Dan Orner 


North Carolina 


S16 


Xavier Beitia 


Florida State 


S23 


Leon Washington 


Florida State 


S30 


Lamont Reid 


NC State 


07 


Leon Washington 


Florida Stale 



014 Fabian Davis 



02 1 Marquis Weeks 



028 Steve Suter 



N4 Steve Suter 



Nil Kelley Rhino 



N18 Aaron Hunt 



BBBKIB 

A26 Wall Lundy 



S2 



Brenda Dewan 



S9 Justin Miller 



SI 6 T.A. McLendon 



S23 T.A. McLendon 



07 Josh Allen 



014 T.A. McLendon 



021 Justin Miller 



Wake Forest 



Virginia 



Maryland 



Maryland 



Georqia Tech 



Clemson 



Virqinia 



Duke 



Clemson 



NC State 



NC State 



S30 Ajenavi Eziemefe Georqia Tech 



Maryland 



NC State 



Clemson 



028 PJ Daniels Georgia Tech 

N4 Sh awne Merriman Maryland 

Nil Charlie Whitehurst Clemson 



NI8 Justin Miller 



Clemson 



TA McLendon 



NC State 



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Team Game^j^jame Stats 


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TGRPS POST THBIR SBGOnO eVGR 11 Uiin 

season: isth in Finai polls 

" The University of Maryland football team completed 
2002 In much the same way it had in its first season under 
^ '^'''P^ Friedgen - as a program on 
the rise. The Terrapins finished '02 
with an 11-3 record after beating 
Tennessee, 30-3, in the Chick-fil-A 
Peach Bowl. 

■ The Terps closed the season as 
strong as any team in the 
country running off 
wins in 1 of their final 
1 1 games. The team 
finished with a 6-2 
record in the Atlantic Coast Conference, a solid fol- 
low-up to Its 200 1 campaign that saw it take the 
conference crown, 

■ The Terrapins finished the season ranked 
13th in the final polls, earning the same ranking 
from both the ESPN/USA Today and the /Isjoc/afed 
Press polls. The Terps started the season in the Top 25, 
but fell soon after dropping the season-opener to Notre 
Dame They returned to the rankings in the start of No- 
vember and made a meteonc rise to 1 3th in the final 
two months of the season, 

■ In finishing the season 1 3th, the 2002 Terps bt 
came the 1 7th Maryland team in history to finish the 
season ranked in the Top 25, 

■ With Its win In the Peach Bowl, Maryland secured 1 1 
wins for just the second time in the 1 1 0-year histoiy of the 
program. The only other team in school history to notch 1 1 
wins was the 1976 team, which went 11-0 in the regular 
season before losing to Houston in the Cotton Bowl and end- 
ing Its season ranked eighth, 

a peacH of a season 

• Maryland's season-ending 30-3 win over perennial SEC 
power Tennessee in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl was another 
sign of a revitalized football program in College Park, The 
Terps' postseason win was their first in a bowl game since the 
1985 Cherry Bowl and they now stand at 7-10-2 all time in 
bowl games. 

• With their win in the season finale against Wike Forest, 
the Terps hit the 1 0-win plateau for the second time in as 
many years. It also marked the first time in school histoiy that 
a Maryland team has won 1 games or more in back-to-back 
seasons, 

■ Maryland is joined by only four other Division l-A schools 
- Miami (Fla,), Oklahoma, Texas and Marshall - to have won 
as many as 1 games in each of the past two seasons, 

■ Among the Terrapins' 1 wins in their final 1 1 games 
was a run of eight in a row ft'om the third week in September 
to just after the second week in November The eight consecu- 
tive victories marked the longest run by a Maryland squad since 
Jerry Claiborne's Terps ran off 1 2 straight in the 1 977-78 sea- 
sons. In addition, the team matched a stieak of six consecutive 
road wins that was set by those '77-78 teams. 

■ The 2002 team is the sixth in school history to win 1 
games or more, Maryland teams to have won 1 games or 
more are as follows: 




Todd Wike and Durrand Roundtree celebrate the 2002 
Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl championship. 



Maryland's 10-Win Teams 

Year Record Conf. Record Final Rank 



1951 10-0 5-0 3rd 

5o. Conference champs: beat Ml Tennessee in Sugar Bowl 



1953 10-1 3-0 1st 
Firs t ACC champs : lost to Ok lahoma in Oranci e Bowl 

1955 lO-l 4-0 3rd 

ACC champs: Lost to Natl Cha mp Oklahoma in Orange Bowl 



1976 11-1 6-0 81h 

ACC champs: lone loss came in the Cotton Bowl to Houston 



2000 10-2 7-1 lOth/llth 
ACC champion: first-ever SC5 Bowl bid 



2001 



n-3 6-2 13th 

2nd in ACQ beat Tennessee. 30-3. in Peach Bowl 



noT a oao STanr 

• When Ralph Friedgen was hired at the end of the 
2000 football season, hopes were he would be able to resur- 
rect a football program that had lay dormant for over a de- 
cade in College Park, Even the most optimistic of Terrapin 
fans could not have imagined what he and his staff have 
been able to do In their first two years on the job. The fol- 
lowing is a list of some of those accomplishments: 



• Back-to-back bowl appearances, including a dominat- 
ing Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl victory over perennial national 
power Tennessee (a team ranked fifth in the two major pre- 
season polls), and a BCS appearance during the 2001 cam- 
paign, 

• A 1 3-3 Atlantic Coast Conference record, including a 7- 
1 mark in 200 1 when the Terps became the first team other 

than Florida State to win an outright ACC title since the 
ii Seminoles joined the league, and a 6-2 mark and runner- 
- up finish in 2002, 

■ Thirteen wins in 1 4 games at Bynj Stadium, where 
the Terps drew a school-record 323,758 
fans (average: 46,251) in seven home 
dates during the 2002 season. 
• The programs first major national 
i award winner since '74 in linebacker E,J, 
Henderson, a two-time consensus first 
team All-American, who was named the 
winner of the Dick Butkus Award 
(nation's outstanding linebacker) and 
rhe Chuck Bednarik Trophy (nations 
outstanding defensive player) in 2002, 
■ Back-to-back school records in num- 
ber of first team All-ACC performers. Tine Terps 
led the ACC with seven first-team selections in 200 1 
and topped that figure with eight citations in 2002, 
■ Seventeen weeks in at least one of the country's 
two major Top 25 polls, including a streak of seven 
consecutive weeks to end the 2002 campaign, 
■ The only consensus national coach of the year 
award (2001) in Maryland football history, 
■ A school-record 22,000 season tickets sold for the 
2002 campaign, 

■ More than 60,000 fans following the Terps in 
three major non-conference national TV matchups dur- 
ing the 2002 calendar year alone: the FedEx Orange 
Bowl (25,000), the Kickoff Classic (20,000) and the Chick-fil-A 
Peach Bowl ( 1 5,000) - an astounding average of 20,000 fans 
per event, 

■ Back-to-back school sconng records and a two-year scor- 
ing average of more than 33 points per game, 

• Consecutive impressive season-long defensive perfor- 
mances in which the Terps have allowed just 1 9 points per 
game since Friedgen became head coach. 

■ Twelve Terps earning All-America recognition, includ- 
ing seven who earned national citations in 2002. 

■ Friedgen, himself, is the most successful second-year 
coach in ACC history with his 21-5 mark eclipsing those of 
such former league mentors as Ken Hatfield and Lou Holtz. 

■ Twelve national TV appearances, including a school- 
record eight showings in 2002. 

a lueaLTH of oxpeRienco 

■ The coaching experience does not end on the Terrapin 
coaching staff with Coach Fnedgen and his coordinators. The 
2003 Maryland staff overall possesses a combined total of 206 
years of full-time experience at either the collegiate or pro 
levels, 

• That total includes five coaches (excluding Friedgen, 
Taaffe and Slackney) who have 1 8 years or more, and the 
206 years means an average of almost 2 1 years of experience 
per coach on the 2003 staff. 



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■ Ralph Friedgen opened his career as a head coach 
by selling one Maryland coaching record after another and 
while the 2002 season started like many of those had prior to 
his arrival, the second-year mentor ultimately worked his magic 
again in College Park, 

• With Maryland's regular-season ending win against 
Wake Forest, Friedgen broke the ACC record for wins by a 
conference coach in his second year with his 20th. The win 
surpassed the mark of ClemsonS Ken Hatfield 1 1 990-9 1 ) who 
posted a 1 9-4- 1 record in his first two seasons. After the Peach 
Bowl win. Friedgen now stands at 21-5 in two years on the 
job 

• With the Terps' win over North Carolina, Friedgen be- 
came the first coach in Maryland history to win 1 7 games in 
his first two years at the helm, breaking the total of 1 6 set by 
Bobby Ross in his first two years (1982-83| with the Terps, 
Friedgen was an assistant coach under Ross during that time 
at Maryland, 

• A look ahead shows that not only is Friedgen joining 
the ranks of the top second-year coaches in ACC history, but 
he can also find his way into the top 1 of the conference 
coaches with three years under their belt. With his 20th win, 
he tied DukeS Steve Spurrier (1987-89) and NC Stated Dick 
Shendan ( 1 986-88), who each won 20 in their first thiee years 
at the helm. His teams win in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, he 
moved into a tie for eighth with legendary Terp coach Jerry 
Claiborne who posted 2 1 wins in his first three years, 

immnoms 

■ Senior Chris Downs began the 2002 season 
as a player who had earned the respect of his 
coaches for his hard work, but little more in terms 
of playing time at tailback as he entered the season 
with four career carries. That respect - which was 
one of the mam reasons his coaches named 
him the starter in week two - is now some- 
thing shared by the opponents he ran through 
in 2002 

• To say the success Downs - a first team AII-ACC 
selection - had was a surpnse 
would be a major un- 
derstatement. The 



• The 2 1 2-yard effort by Downs against Georgia Tech was 
the 1 2th-best single-game rushing performance in Maryland 
history and earned him ACC Offensive Back of the \teek rec- 
ognition. 

SBIIIDRS BID RDIUU 

• A total of 10 seniors closed their collegiate careers in 
2002 The following is a list of those players. 



2002 Senior Class 

Name Varsity Letters 


Hometown 

Arnold, Md. 


Brooks Barnard, P 


• ««■ 


Matt Crawford, OT 


t*t* 


Moravia, NY, 


Chris Downs. TB 


•* 


Philadelphia, Pa, 


E,J. Henderson. LB 


**tt 


Aberdeen, Md, 


Chad Killian. FB 


*• 


Pittsburgh, Pa, 


Scooter Monroe, WR 


• ••* 


Abinqdon, Md, 


Durrand Roundtree, DE 


*** 


Baltimore, Md. 


William Shime. NT 


Ft 


Washinqton. Md, 


Ty Stewart. S 


**»* 


Washington. DC, 


Todd Wike. OG/C 


*tt* 


Lebanon, Pa, 


■* 




Philadelphia native 
came into 2002 with 
four career carries 

and 1 4 yards to his name. With the season now his- 
tory Downs resides fifth in the Maryland singleseason record 
book with 1 , 1 54 yards while having scored the sixth-most 
touchdowns ( 1 5) ever by a Terp in one season. 

• Downs rushed for 1 3 touchdowns in 02, a total that 
ranks sixth on the Maryland single-season list. The school 
record, set by LaMont Jordan in 1999, is 16. 

■ At Clemson, Downs led the Terps ground attack as he 
rushed 20 times for 101 yards in the win. Downs averaged 
5. 1 yards per carry on the day and hit the century mark for 
the fourth time in the season. 

• Downs had 1 57 yards on 1 9 carries while rushing for 
four touchdowns against North Carolina, a feat accomplished 
only three other times in Maryland history: Bob Shemonski. 
5 vs. Va. Tech (1950), LaMont Jordan, 4 vs, Clemson (1999); 
and Charlie Wysocki, 4 vs Virginia ( 1 98 1 ), 

• Against Georgia Tech, Dovlhs woke up a sluggish Ter- 
rapin offense in the second half by rushing 1 9 times for 1 83 
yards and three TDs (overall 26 for a career-high 2 1 2 yards), 
boosting the Terps from a 6-3 halfbme lead to an eventual 34- 
1 viaoty, 

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• Though the Terrapins' 

^ yardage numbers on of- 
V fense and defense contin- 
~ ued to improve each 
week as the season 
went along, none of 
their averages or na- 
tional rankings quali- 
'ed as eye-popping. 
Where the team 
did impress, how- 
ever, IS where it 
matters most - in 
scoring. 

offense, Maryland 
robust 32.2 points 
game, a total that 
ranked second in the 
ACC and 21st nation- 
lly 
■ The Terps 

posted 45 1 points in 02, 
marking the first time in 
school history that a team 
hit the 400-point 
mark in one 
'"' season. In two 
years under the 
tutelage of Ralph Friedgen and offensive coordinator 
Charlie Taaffe, Maryland has tallied 84 1 points for an aver- 
age of 32.3 points per outing (last yearS team owned the 
previous single-season sconng record with 390 points). 
■ On defense, the Terrapins allowed just 16.3 points per 
game. That figure led the conference and was seventh-best 
nationally. 

• Like the success the team has had on the other side of the 
ball, the Terrapins defense has also flourished under coordi- 
nator Gary Blaekney In back-toiack seasons, Maryland has 
given up less than 20 points per outing, and in the two years 
combined, opponents have averaged just 16,8 points per 
game. 





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■ In Its win over West Virginia, the Maryland defense held the 
nations No, I rushing offense 1 59 yards below its season 
average of 345.5 yards per game. Though the effort was iirv 
pressive, it should have come as no surprise as it is a trend the 
Terps have maintained in nearly every game. 

■ In all but two games in 2002 (Akron and Virginia), the 
Terrapin defense held its opposition at or below its season 
average As a group, Terp opponents averaged 57,2 yards 
less than their average coming into the game, [Note: Notre 
Dame was not included because it was the season's first game 
and the Irish had not yet established a season average) 

• On four occasions, the Maryland defense held its op- 
ponent less than 100 yards on the ground 

• The Terps' impressive work did not come against weak 
competition, either as two of their most impressive outings 
occurred against two of the nations top rushing teams, 

• West Virginia averaged 345.5 rushing yards per game 
coming into its game against the Terps, had the nations lead- 
ing rusher in Avon Cobourne and was coming in on the heels 
of a game which saw It run for 536 yards. Maryland held 
WVU 1 59 yards below its average and Cobourne 36 yards 
below his average even with him carrying the ball 30 times 
and having a 43-yard run. 

■ Florida State was the nations No, 3 rushing offense 
coming into the Maryland game, averaging 318 yards per 
game largely behind Greg Jones, who was then the nations 
eighth-leading rusher at 1 43 yards per game. The Terrapins 
held the Noles to 169 yards (149 below their average) and 
Jones to 1 06 (37 below his average), with Jones gaming most 
of his yardage late in the game (54 yards on 1 6 carries head- 
ing into the fourth quarter). 

■ In addition, the Terps finished off a strong season against 
the run by holding Tennessee - a team that averaged 1 55 
yards per game coming into the Peach Bowl - to a meie 45 
yards. 

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■ Steve Suters 77-yard punt return for a touchdown m 
the second quarter of the North Carolina game was his fourth 
of the season, tying the NCAA record. He tied the single-sea- 
son mark shared by eight other players: 

2002 - Derek Abney (Kentucky) 

2000 - Santana Moss (Miami, Fla.l 

1 998 - David Allen (Kansas State) 

1 997 - Ouinton Spotwood (Syracuse! 

1997 -Pinker Keck [Cincinnati) 

1987 -James Henry (Southern Mississippi) 

1971 -Cliff Branch (Co l orado) 

1 97 1 - Golden Richards (Briqham Young) 

DGFense rinisHes tth naTiDnaLiy 

■ As mentioned previously, Gary Blackneyi unit allowed 
just 16 3 points per game in 2002, seventh-best nationally 
and tops in the ACC, 

■ Maryland has become stingy when it comes to the 
scoreboard over the last couple of years, something that is 
reflected in the faa that the Terps held opponents scoreless in 
30 quarters in 02, second-most of any team in Division kA 
football (Kansas State led the nation with 34), 

■ In their 1 1 wins, the Terps allowed just 1 4 touchdowns 
and an average of 1 1 points per game, 

■ Maryland finished the season ranked second in the ACC 
in sacks (32), 



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■ As a team, Maryland finished this regular season as the 
best ACC team at getting it done in the red zone. The Terps 
owned the conference's top-ranked red-zone offense and sec- 
ond-ranked defense, a composite claim no other ACC team 
could match. 

■ On offense, the Terrapins scored 86,8 percent of the 
time they crossed the opponents 20-yard line, posting 35 TDs 
and 14 field goals in 53 trips into the "zone." 

• On defense, Maryland has allowed its opposition points 
just 69.6 percent of the time once it entered the red zone, 
trailing only NC Stated 65 percent. Four times, it intercepted 
the opposition inside the 20 and six other times it stopped its 
opponent on downs. 

BI9 PLay B.J. 

■ Senior Ail-American E.J. Henderson burst onto the 
national scene in 2001 and - despite an off-season of worries 
about his back - picked up where he left off, earning status as 
a finalist for four major postseason awards, ultimately win- 
ning the Butkus Award and Bednarik Trophy 

■ Henderson, who finished 
his career second on the Maryland 
all-time tackles list, posted a sea- 
son-high 1 9 tackles in each of his 
last two regular-season games. 

■ In the final game of his ca- 
reer, Henderson was named the 
Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Outstand- 
ing Defensive Player as he finished 
with 1 2 tackles (all solo|, four TFLs, 
two sacks, a forced fumble and 
one pass defensed. 

■ Against Wake Forest, Henderson posted a career-high 
1 6 solo tackles, had an interception, two TFLs and the final 
play of his career at Byrd Stadium was a nine-yard sack for a 
safety. 

■ With his sack against Wofford, Henderson set the Mary- 
land career record for tackles for loss with his 46th. That total 
broke the mark of 45 set by former teammate Aaron Thomp- 
son (1 998-2001]. He finished his career with 62.5. 

■ The 2002 ACC Defensive Player of the Year Henderson 
led the Terrapins in tackles in each of his final three seasons. 
In 2000, he notched 1 09 tackles despite missing a game-and- 
a-half due to injury before posting an ACC-leading 1 50 tack- 
les In 200 1 . In 2002, Henderson topped the Terps' charts with 
1 75 tackles, a total which ranked as the fourth-best single 
season in Maryland history and ranked eighth-best nationally 

■ Henderson led Maryland in tackling in all but four games 
the last two years {22 of 26 games]. 

■ The two-time Butkus finalist posted 473 career tackles, 
ranking him second on the all-time Maryland charts behind 
Eric Wilson (481]. 

• Henderson averaged 1 3 . 5 tackles per game (390 total] 
in his final 29 games dating back to the 2000 season. 

• In his three years as a starter at Maryland, Henderson 
notched double-digits in tackles 27 times. Dating back to his 
sophomore season, Henderson finished with double-digit 
tackle performances In 24 of the last 29 games. On nine 
occasions he had 1 6 tackles or more. 

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■ After struggling in the Terps' first few games of 2002, 
junior signal caller Jcott McBrien came on as the season 
progressed and got the Terrapin offense rolling as his comfort 
level with the system improved. 

■ Over the course of the season^ last 1 1 games, McBrien 
has completed 130 of 220 passes for 2,1 14 yatds with 14 




touchdowns and six interception; 

■ McBriens quarterback rating for the season was 141.3, 
1 2th-best in Division l-A and second in the ACC. 

■ For his efforts - in his first full season as a starter - 
McBrien was an honorable mention AII-ACC selection. 

■ In the 2002 finale, McBrien was named the Chick- 
fil-A Peach Bowls Offensive Player of the Game as 
he went 1 1-of-l 9 for 1 20 yards while rushing 
for a pair of touchdowns in the 30-3 Terp win. 

■ In the Clemson game, McBrien unchar- 
actenstically made mistakes in the passing 
game, throwing three interceptions. But the 
payoff was big for the Terps as the junior also 
threw three touchdowns and rushed for another 
in the win. For the night, McBrien finished 13-of-23 
for 1 53 yards while rushing nine times for 67 yards. 

■ Against Duke, McBrien had one of his best games 
as a collegian, completing 16 of 21 attempts for 264 
yards with two TDs and one interception. McBrien 
posted then-career highs for completions (16], yard- 
age (264) and completion percentage (.762) in the 
win while rushing for a touchdown. ^ 

■ Things really got started for McBrien against his 
former school. West Virginia, as he led four scoring drives 

in the first quarter alone, the first of which he capped with a 

21 -yard option keeper that fooled the entire Mountaineer 

defense. 

He finished the quarter 4-of-5 for 95 yaids and one TD through 

the air while rushing three times for 2 1 yards and a TD on the 

ground. 

BnOTin' BaRBBRO 

■ Two-time first team AII-ACC punter Brooks 
Barnard had another strong year In 2002, leading '' 
the ACC and ranking near the top of the NCAA charts 
in punting while serving as a weapon in the field- 
position wars for Maryland. 

■ Barnard opened the 2002 season kicking off a 
bad left ankle (his plant foot] after one of his team- 
mates was pushed into him at practice two days be- 
fore the Notre Dame game. After a tough start, Barnard 
returned to form and finished the regular season ranked 
first in the ACC and 1 2th nationally with a 43. l-yaid 
average. 

■ On a wet turf in the Georgia Tech game, Barnard posted 
one of his best efforts of the season as he punted four times 
for a 49.5-yard average, including three punts over 50 yards 
and one which was downed inside the 1 0. Another punt 
was placed perfectly to be downed inside the five, but one of 
his teammates was unable to avoid sliding into the end zone 
after covering the loose ball. 

■ Barnard kicked twice for a 56.5-yard average against 
Wofford with one kick sailing 60 yards and one landing Inside 
the 20. 

• Against Flonda State, Barnard averaged 47.5 yards on 
six punts with four kicks traveling over 50 yaids and one go- 
ing out of bounds Inside the 1-yard line. 

■ Of Barnard's 55 punts on the yeai; 1 3 were downed 
inside the 20 (five inside the 1 0) and 1 6 (29 percent] traveled 
50 yards or further 

■ Barnard finished each of his final three seasons ranked 
in the top 1 5 in the nation. In 2001 , he finished seventh with 
a 44.6-yard average, while the year before, he finished fourth 
with a school-record 44.7-yard average. 

■ Barnard's final career average of 43.7 ranks atop the 
Maryland charts and is fourth-best in ACC history. 

■ As impressive as any of Barnard's punting stats may be 
the numbers he posted in the weight room. In off-season test- 




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ing, he benched 400 pounds, cleaned 286 and was 
timed at 4.65 in the 40-yard dash. 

BROUnO TURTLB 

■ Over the course of the season^ fi- 
nal 1 1 games, Maryland was at its 

best when it had success run- 
ning the football, which hap- 
pened in all but one of 
those games (Virginia]. The 
Terps originally got a shot in 
the arm out of the play of se- 
Chris Downs and true freshman 
I Allen and, late in the season, 
got an added boost from the return of 
junior Bruce Perry 
■ The Terrapin rushing attack was 
outstanding after the Florida State game 
and helped lead the offense to an aver- 
age of 36. 1 points per game for the re- 
mainder of the season. Following the 
game with the Seminoles, Maryland had 
averaged 94.0 yards per game, a total 
that ranked 1 00th nationally and last in 
the ACC. In the end, the Terps averaged 
1 98.8 yards per game which moved them 
to 28th nationally and second in the con- 
ference standings. 

• In the 1 1 games following the 

Flonda State game, the Terps averaged 226.3 
rushing yards per game and had a back go over 
1 00 yards five times. 

KIGKBRniGK 

■ Nick Novak came on midway 
through the 200 1 season to help shore up the 
Terrapins' kicking game and help Maryland - 
with the aid of punter Brooks Barnard - 
stake a claim to having one of the best kick- 
ing tandems in the country over the past two 
years. 

■ Starting with his game-tying kick at 

Georgia Tech In 01, Novak has made 35 of 

his last 40 field-goal attempts, with three of the misses 
coming from further than 50 yards. 
" In the Peach Bowl, the sophomore hit all three of his 
attempts, converting from 48, 44 and 25 yards. 

■ Against NC State, Novak broke his own record for PATs 
In a season with his 43rd (he finished with 53]. 

■ In the Virginia game, he broke the school record of 1 7 
field goals in a season, set by three players (most recently 
Dan Plocki in 1 988]. Novak finished the season having con- 
verted 24 field goals. 

■ Novak made the second game-winning kick of his ca- 
reer in the NC State game, a clutch 26-yaitier with 34 sec- 
onds left to complete Maiyland's comeback from a 1 4-point 
deficit. 

■ In the West Virginia game, Novak showed a powerful 
leg, successfully hitting from 37 and 46 yards while driving 5 
of 9 kickoffs Into the end zone for touchbacks. 

■ Novak has made 5 of 8 for his career from 50 yards or 
further (and 4 of 5 last season). 

■ With 1 . 7 1 field goals per game, Novak finished the year 
ranked atop the ACC and fifth nationally He led the leagued 
kickers in scoring (8.9 ppg) and in field-goal peicentage (85.7). 




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selection 
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• In his first signing day with the Terps (200 1 1, Ralph 
Friedgen said that in addition to landing some of the top 
recruits nationally, one of his goals was to make sure that all 
of the best players In the state of Maryland stayed in-state 
and became Terps, 

• Over the course of the past five years, the Maiyland- 
D.C-IMorthern Virginia recruiting area has been tapped more 
successfully in each ensuing year. In 1 997. just 23 players on 
the Maryland roster hailed from either Maryland, D.C, or 
Northern Virginia, with six of those serving as opening-game 
starters. Since that time, however numbers in both catego- 
ries have risen steadily Below is a lool( at the trend: 

MdyO.C/No. Va. 97 98 99 00 01 02 
Players on Roster 23 34 39 46 49 54 

7 12 10 



Opening-Day Starters 5 5 



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T0U9H LOSSBS 

• Four of MarylandS five losses in the last 
•'.vo years have come at the hands of the ^, 
^tlffest of competition, ^ ^ 

• FSU was ranked 19th in 2001 and 
fifth in 2002 when the Terps took played 
the Seminoles, Flonda was the fifth-ranked 
team in the nation when it faced Maryland 
in the Orange Bowl and Notre Dame - al- 
though unranked at the start of the season 
- finished the 2002 season ranked 1 7th na^ 
tionally 

STORKS manning thr 

TRGHGHCS 

■ Sophomore defensive tackle 
Randy Starks continued his improve- 
ment after a strong true freshman campaign in 
2001 and grew into one of the better defensive 
linemen in the conference in 02. something that 
was reflected in his being named second team 
AlWCC despite his youth. 

• In the Chick-fil-A Peach Sowklinching 
game against Wake Forest. Starks had nine 
tackles, a pass breakup and a sack, 

• Against Clemson, Starks notched six 
tackles (three solo|. two TFLs and three QB hur- 
ries while baning down a pair of passes, 

■ In the NC State game, Starks came up big, re- 
cording nine tackles, one tackle for loss, two pass break- 
ups and four QB hurries while earning ACC Defensive 
lineman of the Week honors, 

■ The knocked-down passes by Starks were among the 
tjiggest defensive plays of the game against NCSU, The first 
came on a 4th^nd4 play from the Maryland 35-yard line 
with ttie score tied at 2 1 Maryland took over on downs. The 
second came on a Philip Rivers pass on a 3id-and-7 with 
3:41 remaining in game and the score tied 21-21. NC State 
was forced to punt. 

■ Against West Virginia, Starks had what was then his 
best career game, notching 1 2 tackles (nine solo) and thiee 
sacks(minus-l5yards|, 

■ Starlts posted some eyfrpopping numbers for an inte- 
rior defensive lineman. He finished third on the team in tack- 
les with 93. second in Tf Ls ( 1 2.5) and second in sacks (5.5), 

• Starte' tackle total was toft In the ACC among defen- 
sive tackles (third among defensive linemen overall). 



2001 ACC CHAMPIONS 



SUPBR SUTOR 

• Sophomore Steve Suter - a first team AIWCC pick as a 
return man - brought an excitement to special teams last sea- 
son the likes of which have never been seen at Maryland, 

■ Against UNC, Suter had a record-breaking day while 
returning four punts for 92 yards. In the game, he returned 
his fourth of the year for a touchdown (77 yards), tying the 
current NCAA Division l-A record for punt return TDs in a sea- 
son, (Note: Heading into the game UNC had allowed an 
ACC-low 3.6 yards per return, j 

• The Carroll County native finished the season with 7 7 1 
yards in punt returns, most ever in a single-season in ACC 
history andjust 20 yards shy of the NCAA single-season record 
Against North Carolina, he surpassed the record of 5 1 5 set 
by Georgia Techs Kelley Rhino (Rhino set the record on 48 
attempts: Suter did so on 39), 

■ As a team, Maryland had 1 3 touchdowns go for 60 
yards or more in 2002, Six were by Suter 

■ In the NC State game, Suter came up with two 
^ of the biggest offensive plays of the game. He 

got the Terps on the board in the second quar- 
ter with a 64-yard TD run (first of his career) 
on an end-around. Later in the game, he 
caught a 36-yard pass late in the fourth 
quarter to set up Nick Novaks game- 
winning field goal. 

Against Duke. Suter returned six 
punts for 1 04 yards including a 63- 
yarder for a touchdown, 
■ In the WVU game, he 

put the capper on a 28-point open- 
ng quarter for Maryland with an 
80-yard punt return for a TD, his 
second of the year 
■ In the second quarter 

of the Eastern Michigan game, 
Suter scored on a 9 1 -yard strike 
from Scott McBrien, The effort 
was the second-longest passing 
touchdown in Maryland history 
(longest was Ed Bolton (92 yards) 
vs. South Carolina in 1949), 
■ Suters first career TD 

was an 8 1 -yard punt return 
which gave the Terps a 2 1 -7 
lead at the start of the second 
quarter against Akron, It was 
the first by a Terp since 
Jermaine Lewis went 66 yards 
versus NC State in 1995, 

■ Suter finished the regular season ranked 23rd in the 
nation and tops In the ACC in punt returns ( 1 3,8 ypr) while 
ranking 2 1 st nationally in kick returns (24,8 ypr), second best 
in the ACC 

nemconieR invasion 

■ The Terrapins had a significant number of newcomers 
contribute in 2002, including several freshmen who played 
significant roles, 

• A total of 23 players saw action for the first time as 
Terps (four juniors, three sophomores, nine redshirt freshmen 
and eight true fieshmen). 

■ The eight true fttshmen seeing action was three more 
than the Terps had play in 2001 . 




Second Team AII-ACC 
selection Randy Starks 



2002 Honors 

Josh Allen, TB 




ACC Rookie of the Week 


Oct 5 


Brooks Barnard, P 




Hon Mention AIIAmcriciin 
1st Team AlWCC 


Co;;e<je Football News 
2002 


Academic AII-ACC 


2002 


C J. Brooks, OG 1 


Honorable Mention AII-ACC 


2002 1 


ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week Oa 19 1 


Lamar Bryant, OG 1 


2nd Team AII-ACC 


2002 1 


Matt Crawford, OT I 


3rd Team All-Amencan 


The Sportina News \ 


1st Team All-ACC 


2002 1 


Chris Downs, TB 1 


1st Team AlWCC 


2002 1 


ACC Offensive Back of the Week 


Oct. 19 1 


Jeff Duqan, TE 1 


Honorable M»n'in" Aii-Arc 


2002 1 


Domonique Foxworth, CB I 


1st Team AII-ACC 


2002 1 


EJ. Henderson. LB 1 


Winner 


Chuck Bednarik Award 
Dick Butkus Award 


Finalist 


Lombardi Award 
Bronko Naqurski Award 


1 St Team All-American Waller Camp. FWAA 

Associated Press. CNNSI.com 

Collepe Football News 


2nd Team All-Amencan 


The Sporting News 


ACC Defensive Plaver of the Year 


2002 


1st Team AlWCC 


2002 


ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week Oct. 5, Nov. 30 1 


Best LB in Colleqe Football 


TD Club of Columbus 1 


Stephon Heyer, OT 1 


ACC All-Freshman Team 


The Sportina News 1 


D'Qwell Jackson, LB 1 


H.M, Freshman All-American 


Collepe Football News 1 


ACC All-Freshman Team 


The Sporting News 1 


Scott McBrien, QB I 


Honorable Mention AlWCC 


2002 1 


Gerrick McPhearson, CB 1 


ACC All-Freshman Team 


The Sporting News 1 


Shawne Merriman, LB 1 


ACC All-Freshman Team 


The Sportina News 1 


ACC Rookie of the Week 


Nov. 2 1 


Nick Novak, PK 1 


Honorable Mention AlFAmerican 


The Sporting News \ 


CNNSIcom 1 


1st Team All-ACC 


2002 


Academic AIFACC 


2002 


Lou Groza Award Semifinalist 


2002 


2nd Team Academic AJl-District 


CoSIDA 


ACC Specialist of the Week 


Nov, 30 


Randy SUrks. DT 1 


2nd Team AII-ACC 


2002 1 


ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week Oa. 26 i 


Steve Suter, WR/SP 1 


2nd Team AIIAmerican 


The Sporting News 
CNNSIcom 


Honorable Mention A/IAmerican 


Colleqe Football News 


1st Team AlWCC 


2002 


Academic AII-ACC 


2002 


ACC Specialist of the Week 


oa 26, Nov, 2 


ACC Offensive Sack of the Week 


Nov, 9 


Todd Wike. OG 1 


1st Team AlWmerican 


ESPN.com 


2nd Team AlWmencan 


Colleqe Footb^ News 


IstTeamAIFACC 


2002 


Academic AIWCC 


2002 


ACC Off. Uneman of the Week 


Nov, 9, Nov. 16, Nov. 30 


2nd Team Academic All-Distria 


CoSIDA 


Madieu Williams. FS 1 


3rd Team AlliAmencan 


The Sportina News 


2nd Team AlWCC 


2002 


Academic AlWCC 


2002 



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RECORD OVERALL 


HOME 


AWAY 


NEUTRAL 


ALL GAMES 11 ■3-0 


6-1-0 


4-1-0 


M-0 


CONFERENCE 6-2-0 


3-1-0 


3-1-0 


0-0-0 


NON-CONFERENCE 5-1-0 


3-0-0 


1-0-0 


1-1-0 


DATE OPPONENT 


W/L 


SCORE 


ATTEND 


Auq31.2002 vs Notre Dame 


L 


0-22 


72.903 


Sep 07. 2002 AKRON 


W 


44-14 


48,057 


Sep 14, 2002 #5 FLORIDA STATE* 


L 


10-37 


51,758 


Sep 2 1 , 2002 EASTERN MICHIGAN 


W 


45-3 


46,098 


Sep 28, 2002 WOFFORD 


W 


37-8 


44,098 


Oct 5, 2002 at West Wrqinia 


w 


48-17 


55.146 


Oct 17,2002 GEORGIA TECH* 


w 


34-10 


41,766 


Oct 26, 2002 at Duke* 


w 


45-12 


23,451 


Nov. 2, 2002 at North Carolina* 


w 


59-7 


44,000 


Nov. 9. 2002 #13 NC STATE* 


w 


24-21 


52,915 


Nov 16, 2002 atClemson* 


w 


30-12 


72.000 


Nov 23, 2002 atWrqinia* 


L 


13-48 


58,358 


Nov 30, 2002 WAKE FOREST* 


w 


32-14 


39,006 


Dec. 31,2002 vs. Tennessee^ 


w 


30-3 


68,330 


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Team STariSTics 

Category 


MD 




OPP 


SCORING 


451 




228 


Points Per Game 


32.2 




16.3 


FIRST DOWNS 


270 




248 


Rushing 


148 




96 


Passinq 


105 




133 


Penalty 


17 




19 


RUSHING YARDAGE 


2783 




1801 


Yards Gained Rushinq 


3073 




2172 


Yards Lost Rushinq 


290 




371 


Rushinq Attempts 


592 




531 


Average Per Rush 


4.7 




3.4 


Average Per Game 


198.8 




128.6 


TDs Rushinq 


32 




12 


PASSING YARDAGE 


2668 




2942 


Att-Comp-lnt 


324-179-13 




M4-25M8 


Average Per Pass 


8,2 




6.6 


Average Per Catch 


14.9 




11.7 


Average Per Game 


190.6 




210.1 


TDs Passing 


15 




12 


TOTAL OFFENSE 


5451 




4743 


Total Plays 


916 




975 


Average Per Play 


6.0 




4.9 


Average Per Game 


389.4 




338.8 


KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS 


29-659 




58-1164 


PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS 


58-773 




28-297 


INT RETURNS: #-YARDS 


18-190 




13-84 


KICK RETURN AVERAGE 


22.7 




20.1 


PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 


13.3 




10.6 


INT RETURN AVERAGE 


10.6 




6.5 


FUMBLES-LOST 


22-12 




21-8 


PENALTIES-YARDS 


84-774 




104-820 


Average Per Game 


55.3 




58.6 


PUNTS-YARDS 


55-2373 




80-3213 


Averaqe Per Punt 


43.1 




40.2 


Net Punt Averaqe 


37.7 




30.5 


TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 


29:14 




30:46 


3RD-D0WN CONVERSIONS 


69/175 




92/227 


3rd-Down Pa 


39% 




41% 


4TH-D0WN CONVERSIONS 


8/13 




8/22 


4th-Down Pet 


62% 




36% 


SACKS BY-YARDS 


37-213 




21-151 


MISC YARDS 


12 




18 


TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 


54 




25 


FIELD GOALS-AHEMPTS 


24-28 




18-25 


PAT-ATTEMPTS 


53-54 




22-25 


ATTENDANCE 


323758 




252955 


Games/Avg Per Game 


7/46251 




5/50591 



CHAMPIONS • 2002 CHIC 



SCORE BY QUARTERS 




1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 




Total 


Maryland 






101 


162 


98 


90 




451 


Opponents 






30 


82 


58 


58 




228 


RusHina 

Player 


6P 


Att 


Gain 


Loss 


Net 


Avg 


TO Long 


Avg/G 


Chris Downs 


14 


208 


1194 


40 


1154 


5.5 


13 


72 


82.4 


Josh Allen 


8 


60 


407 


2 


405 


6.8 


8 


70 


50.6 


Bruce Perry 




72 


357 


16 


341 


4.7 


1 


39 


56.8 


Scott McBrien 




88 


400 


116 


284 


3.2 


7 


54 


20.3 


Mano Merrills 




40 


168 


11 


157 


3.9 





22 


17.4 


James Lynch 




30 


118 





118 


3.9 


1 


10 


8.4 


Latrez Harrison 




8 


103 





103 


12.9 





33 


7.4 


Steve Suter 




5 


84 


2 


82 


16.4 


I 


64 


5.9 


Jason Crawford 




20 


58 


15 


43 


2.2 


1 


12 


10.8 


Rich Parson 




9 


42 





42 


4.7 





17 


3.0 


Bernie Fiddler 




7 


21 





21 


3.0 





6 


1.5 


Chad Killian 




5 


20 





20 


4.0 





10 


4.0 


Jo Jo Walker 


10 


3 


17 





17 


5.7 





9 


2.1 


Orlando Evans 


1 


2 


15 





15 


7.5 





9 


15.0 


Chris Kelley 


11 


26 


69 


68 


1 


0.0 





27 


0.1 


Jafar Williams 




1 





1 


-1 


-1.0 








-0.1 


Todd Wike 




1 





1 


-1 


-1.0 








-0.1 


TEAM 




7 





18 


-18 


-2.6 








-2.6 


Total 




592 


3073 


290 


2783 


4.7 


32 


72 


198.8 


Opponents 




531 


2172 


371 


1801 


3.4 


12 


51 


128.6 


passine 

Player 


G 


Effic. 


Att<mp-lnt 


Pet 


Yds 


TO 


91 


Avg/G 


Scott McBrien 


14 


141.28 


284-162-10 


57.0 


2497 


15 


178.4 


Chris Kelley 


11 


66.75 




38-17-3 


44.7 


171 





15 


15.5 


Latrez Harrison 


14 


0.00 




1-0-0 


0.0 











0.0 


Oriando Evans 


I 


0.00 




1-0-0 


0.0 











0.0 


Total 


14 


131.67 


324-179-13 


55.2 


2668 


15 


91 


190.6 


Opponents 


14 


113.00 


444-251-18 


56.5 


2942 


12 


78 


210.1 


Receiving 

Player 




C 


No. 


Yds 


Avg 


TO 

2 


Long 

80 


Av 


g/G 


Scooter Monroe 




14 


37 


614 


16.6 


t3.9 


Jafar Williams 




14 


28 


562 


20.1 


2 


55 




»0.l 


Latrez Harrison 




14 


20 


369 


18.5 


2 


69 




26.4 


Chns Downs 




14 


18 


165 


9.2 


2 


38 




1.8 


Steve Suter 




14 


17 


303 


17.8 


2 


91 




21.6 


Rich Parson 




14 


11 


162 


14.7 


1 


31 




1.6 


Jeff Duqan 




14 


9 


91 


10.1 


1 


25 




6.5 


James Lynch 




14 


7 


63 


9.0 





18 




4.5 


Bruce Perry 




6 


6 


68 


11.3 





28 




1.3 


Mario Merrills 




9 


6 


67 


11.2 


1 


22 




7.4 


Dan Melendez 




11 


6 


62 


10.3 





25 




5.6 


Jo Jo Walker 




10 


4 


55 


13.8 





22 




5.5 


Josh Allen 




8 


3 


8 


2.7 





5 




1.0 


Jason Crawford 




4 


2 


10 


5.0 





7 




2.5 


Derek Miller 




14 


2 


10 


5.0 


1 


9 




0.7 


Chad Killian 




5 


1 


39 


39.0 





39 




7.8 


Bernie Fiddler 




14 


1 


12 


12.0 





12 




0.9 


Derrick Fenner 




8 


1 


8 


8.0 


1 


8 




1.0 


Total 




14 


179 


2668 


14.9 


15 


91 


190.6 


Opponents 




14 


251 


2942 


11.7 


12 


78 


210.1 


Fieio goais 

Player FGM-FGA Pet 1-19 20-29 


30-39 


40-49 


50-99 


Lq 


BIk 


Nick Novak 


24-28 85.7 


l-l 7-9 


8-8 


5-6 


3-4 


51 


2 


puniins 

Player 


No. 


Yds 


Avg Long 


TB FC 120 


BIkd 


Brooks B<irn<ird 


55 


2373 


43-1 60 


• 




2 13 







Opponents 


80 


3213 


40.2 57 


^ 




14 








BOWL CHAMPIONS 



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SGaiilllH 




Player 


TO 


FGs 


Kick 

53-54 


Rush 


Rev 


Pass DXP 


Saf 


Points 


Nick Novdk 





24-28 


0-0 





M 








125 


Chm Downs 


15 


(M) 


M 


M 





M 








90 


Josh Allen 


8 


(W 


0-0 


M 





0-0 








48 


Scott McBrien 




(W 


M 


M 





0-0 








42 


Steve Sutef 




M 


0-0 


0-0 





M 








42 


Cufome Cox 




M 


00 


0-0 





W) 








12 


Latrez Harrison 




M 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








12 


Jafar Williams 




0-0 


0-0 


00 





0-0 








12 


Scooter Monroe 




0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








12 


Derek Miller 




0-0 


00 


0^ 





0-0 








6 


Demck fenner 




OO 


0-0 


M 





0-0 








5 


James Lynch 




0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








6 


OomoniqueFoxworthI 


M 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








6 


Jason Crawford 




M 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








6 


Rich Parson 




M 


0-0 


0-0 





00 








6 


Bruce Perry 




0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








6 


Mano Merrills 




0-0 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 








6 


Jeff Dugan 




0-0 


W) 


0-0 





0-0 








6 


TEAM 





W) 


0-0 


M 





0-0 





I 


2 


TMal 


54 


24-28 


53-54 


0-0 





00 





t 


451 


Opponents 


25 


18-25 


22-25 


0-0 





0-0 





1 


228 


KIGKOFF RBTURn 


Mo. 


Yds 


Avq 


TD 


Lontf 








Steve Suter 




22 


546 


24.8 





58 








Rich Parson 




3 


36 


12.0 





20 








Jo Jo Walker 




3 


69 


23.0 





28 








Latrez Harrison 




I 


8 


8.0 





8 








IMal 




29 


659 


22.7 





58 








Opponents 




58 


1164 


20.1 





76 









puni hi: I mill 

Player 



No. Yds Avg TD Long 



Steve Suter 


56 


771 


13.8 


4 


81 




Derrick Fenner 


1 


2 


2.0 





2 




Rich Parson 


1 





00 










Total 


58 


773 


13.3 


4 


81 




Opponents 


28 


297 


10.6 


1 


76 




in icRcep lions 

Player 


No. 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 


Lonq 

2b 




Domonique Foxworth 


5 


64 


12.8 







Madieu Williams 


4 





0.0 










Curome Cox 


3 


80 


26.7 


2 


54 




E.J, Henderson 


2 


20 


10.0 





12 




Raymond Custis 


1 





00 










Curtis Williams 


1 


7 


7,0 





7 




Dennard Wilson 


1 


5 


5.0 





5 




Gerrick McPhearson 


1 


14 


14.0 





14 




Total 


18 


190 


10.6 


2 


54 




Opponents 


13 


84 


6.5 





33 





TOTai DFFense 



Player 


G 


Plays 


Rush 


Pass 


Total 


Avg/G 






Scott McBrien 


14 


372 


284 


2497 


2781 


198.6 






Chris Downs 


14 


208 


1154 





1154 


82.4 






Josh Allen 


8 


50 


405 





405 


50 6 






Total 


14 


916 


2783 


2668 


5451 


389.4 






Opponents 


14 


975 


1801 


2942 


4743 


338.8 






aiL-PURPOSF 
Player 


lyaR 

c 

14 


DS 
Rush 

82 


Ret 


PR 


KOR 


IR 


Tot 


Avg/C 


Steve Suter 


303 


771 


546 





1702 


121.6 


Chris Downs 


14 


1154 


165 











1319 


94.2 


Scooter Monroe 


14 





614 











614 


43.9 


Tota 


14 


2783 


2668 


773 


659 


190 


7073 


505.2 


Opponents 


14 


1801 


2942 


297 


1164 


84 


6288 


449.1 



DBFGnsive STarisTiGS 



/ 

No Player 6P Solo 


Tackles 

Ast Total 


— ; 

TFUYds 


l-Sacks- 
No-Yardi 


I—Pass Del — / 
IntYds BrUf 


1— Fumbles— 1 BIkd 
QBH RcvYds FF Kick Saf 


42 Henderson, EJ. 


4 135 


40 175 


19.5-86 


8.549 


2-20 4 


t 


3 


1 


32 Joe.L 


3 74 


29 103 


9.0-23 


1.0-8 




1 








57 Starks. R. 


4 49 


44 93 


12.5-52 


6.5-39 


6 


n 


1-0 1 






10 Williams, M. 


4 61 


21 82 


2.0-5 


1.04 


4-0 7 




1-0 2 






13 Wilson, D. 


4 49 


23 72 


2.0-10 


1.0-9 


1-5 IC 




1-0 1 






49 Cochran, J. 


4 41 


28 69 


4.0-35 


3.0-26 




4 


2-0 1 






30 Cox. C. 


4 51 


7 58 


7.0-17 


2.0-9 


3-80 II 




1 






6 Foxworth, D. 


4 46 


8 54 






5-64 17 




2-12 






52 Jackson. D. 


4 38 


13 51 


3.0-3 






: 


2 






45 Memman. S. 


4 33 


16 49 


6.0-24 


5.0-22 




c 


^ 


1 






71 Roondtree. D. 


4 22 


23 45 


5.0-18 


3.0-14 




1 15 . . 






24 Ambush. L 


2 27 


17 44 


4.0-12 






4 






96 Fetdheim, CJ. 


8 18 


18 36 


5.5-20 


1.5-8 




3 






23 Smith. An. 


4 25 


6 31 


2.0-5 


2.0-5 




16.. 






48 Kenhaw. W. 


16 


13 29 








1 . . 1 






54 Smith. S. 


3 13 


15 28 


5.0-32 


1.0-6 




13.. 






95 Shime. W 


2 10 


16 26 


2.0-13 






3 






51 Henley, A. 


4 16 


5 21 


0.5-1 


0.5-1 




1 






58 Dickerson. R. 


1 8 


10 18 








12.. 






38 McPhearson. G. 


2 13 


3 16 






1-14 










26 Custis. R. 


4 10 


4 14 


l.O-IO 


1.0-lC 


1-0 2 




1 






99 Jones, L 


1 7 


4 11 


2.0-7 


1.0-5 












17 HaiQlec R. 


3 8 


2 10 
















40 Smith. M. 


4 6 


3 9 
















47 Condo. J. 


4 4 


4 8 
















15 Williams. C. 


2 6 


2 8 






1-7 




1 






41 Ell. K. 


4 6 


1 7 


2.04 














46 ltovak.N. 


4 5 


1 6 


















29 Stewart T. 


9 2 


2 4 












1-0 I 






97 Aten. T. 


2 2 


2 4 


















80 Onwuemene, 0. 


2» 3 


3 


















5 Lvnch. J. 


4 2 


2 


















34 Sutef. S. 


4 2 


2 


















64 Ouffie.J. 


2 1 


1 2 


l.O-I 
















22 ParsoaR. 


4 2 


2 



















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2001 ACC CHAMPIONS 



2002 CHICK-FIL-A PEACH BOWL CHAMPIONS 



■^^%. 



2 3 



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RusHina 




'I^M'f'''^'" 



TC-Ydi., TD 


«1 Perry 


#2 Kelley 


#5 Lynch 


»7 McBrien 


«8 Merrills 


09 Crawford 


#20 Downs 


#33 Allen 


#44 Fiddler 


vs. Notre Dame 


dnp-inj 


2+11) 


0-0 


4-3 


4^ 


10-16 


OO 


dnpcd 


0-0 


Akron 


dnp-inj 


1-2 


1-6 


9-30, 1 


17-79 


6-27, 1 


12-58, 1 


dnpcd 


00 


Florida State 


dnp-inj 


6-(-51 


1-0 


4-3 


4-11 


dnpcd 


12-50, 1 


dnpcd 


M 


E. Michigan 


dnp-inj 


2-11 


0-0 


8-19 


6-26 


dnpcd 


15-66,2 


10-86. 1 


OO 


Wofford 


dnp-inj 


1-1-12) 


0-0 


6-32 


3-17 


dnpcd 


22-147, I 


14-63,2 


1-3 


atWVU 


dnp-inj 


2-(-ll 


4-17 


74, 1 


2-6 


dnpcd 


4-67, 1 


16-116,2 


1-1 


Georgia Tech 


dnp-inj 


3-1-4) 


0-0 


4-9 


dnpcd 


4-0 


26-212,3 


6-5 


0-0 


at Dul(e 


1-19 


2-1-3) 


0-0 


5-1-7), 1 


3-11 


0-0 


IfriO 


2-16, 1 


14 


atUNC 


dnp-inj 


7-24 


4-19 


2-16 


1-1 


dnpcd 


19-157,4 


6-91,2 


3-10 


IMC State 


10-23, I 


dnptd 


2-7 


9-33, 1 


dnpcd 


dnpcd 


17-77 


dnpcd 


OO 


at Clemson 


17-69 


00 


8-28 


9-67, 1 


dnpcd 


dnpcd 


20-101 


3-19 


1-3 


at Virginia 


10-95 


dnpcd 


M 


6-1-3) 


dnpcd 


dnpcd 


1540 


dnpcd 


0-0 


Wake Forest 


19-85 


dnptd 


8-39, 1 


842 


dnpcd 


dnp-cd 


15-78 


dnpcd 


0-0 


Tennessee 


15-50 


0-0 


2-2 


7-36, 2 


dnpcd 


dnpcd 


1541 


3-9 


0-0 


RBceiuinB 


Ret-Yds., TD 


#1 Perry 


»3 R^iamiri 


»4 Harrison 


»5 Lynch 


08 Merrills 


#9 Crawford 


#18 Shanks 


#19 J. Williams 


#22 Parson 


vs. Notre Dame 


dnp-inj 


dnpcd 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


2-10 


dnpcd 


5-68 


2-11 


Akron 


dnp-inj 


dnpcd 


1-8 


0-0 


1-0 


0-0 


dnpcd 


146 


0-0 


Florida State 


dnp-inj 


dnpcd 


1-12 


1-2 


14 


dnpcd 


dnpcd 


1-5 


240 


E. Michigan 


dnp-inj 


dnpcd 


2-32, I 


0-0 


3-50, 1 


dnp-inj 


dnpcd 


3-36 


0-0 


Wofford 


dnp-inj 


dnpcd 


1-8 


0-0 


0-0 


dnpcd 


dnpcd 


2-32 


2-37 


atWVU 


dnp-inj 


dnp<d 


2-32 


0-0 


0-0 


dnpcd 


dnpcd 


2-70, 1 


1-21 


Georgia Tech 


dnp-inj 


dnpcd 


1-11 


1-17 


dnpcd 


0-0 


dnpcd 


2-25 


0-0 


at Duke 


0-0 


dnpcd 


3-103. 1 


1-18 


1-13 


0-0 


dnpcd 


1-28 


1-6 


atUNC 


dnp-inj 


dnpcd 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


dnpcd 


dnpcd 


1-7 


0-0 


NC State 


0-0 


dnpcd 


0-0 


1-7 


dnpcd 


dnpcd 


dnpcd 


3-55 


00 


at Clemson 


2-18 


dnpcd 


2-37 


0-0 


dnpcd 


dnpcd 


dnp-inj 


249, 1 


0-0 


at Virginia 


1-12 


dnpcd 


2-33 


1-5 


dnpcd 


dnpcd 


dnp-inj 


2-77 


00 


Wake Forest 


1-28 


dnpcd 


1-19 


2-14 


dnpcd 


dnpcd 


dnp-inj 


3-64 


347. 1 


Tennessee 


2-10 


dnpcd 


4-74 


0-0 


dnpcd 


dnpcd 


dnp-inj 


0-0 


0-0 


Bee-Vds., TD 


#25 Monroe 


#27 Walker 


#34 Suter 


#80 Onwuemene 


#82 Dugan 


#83 Fenner 


#84 Miller 


#85 Melendez 


#86 A. Smith 


vs. Notre Dame 


0-0 


0-0 


1-13 


dnpcd 


2-15 


0-0 


0-0 


dnpcd 


dnfKd 


Akron 


440 


1-6 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1-8, 1 


00 


dnpcd 


0-0 


Florida State 


5-53 


dnpcd 


2-28 


0-0 


1-25 


0-0 


0-0 


dnpcd 


dnpcd 


E. Michigan 


3-62 


0-0 


2-97, I 


0^ 


1-15 


dnpnnj 


00 


2-15 


dnpcd 


Wofford 


2-14 


0^ 


2-28, 1 


00 


0-0 


dnp-inj 


1-9 


0-0 


dnpcd 


atWVU 


0^ 


0-0 


2-34 


dnpcd 


(Kl 


dnp-inj 


0-0 


00 


dnpcd 


Georgia Tech 


5-106 


1-22 


2-29 


OO 


0-0 


0-0 


00 


0-0 


0-0 


at Duke 


3-42,1 


0-0 


00 


0-0 


1-14 


0-0 


oo 


3-37 


dnpcd 


atUNC 


3-167, 1 


0-0 


M 


M 


0-0 


0^ 


00 


MO 


dnpcd 


NC State 


2-13 


0-0 


244 


M 


14 


dnpcd 


oo 


00 


dnpcd 


at Clemson 


1-7 


dnpcd 


2-24 


0-0 


2-13, 1 


dnpcd 


1-1. 1 


OO 


dnpcd 


at Virginia 


5-57 


dnpcd 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


dnpcd 


0-0 


00 


dnpcd 


Wake Forest 


4-53 


dnpcd 


1-8 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


oo 


0^ 


0-0 


Tennessee 


0-0 


2-27 


1-I-21 


0-0 


1-5 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


M 


passing 








FiBLD aoais 






puHTina 






ArC-l. X TD 


«2 Kelley 


»7 McBrren 


»l 1 Evans 


Made, Missed 


»46 Novak 




No-Avg., In 20 


#16 Barnard 


#36 Podlesh 


vs. Notre Dame 


9-3-1,33,0 


23-9-2, 84, 


dnpcd 


vs. Notre Dame 


no attempts 




vs. Notre Dame 


7-37.6, 


dnpcd 


Akron 


4-1-0, 8, 


15-9-0 110,1 


dnpcd 


Akron 


25vi^l,25g26g51g 




Akron 


140.0. 1 


dnpcd 


FSU 


1 1-6-2, 54, 


26-14-2, 187,0 


dnpcd 


FSU 


41blk, 44q 




FSU 


647.5, 1 


dnpcd 


E. Michigan 


3-3-0, 29, 


19-14-0,300.3 


1-0-0, 0, 


E. Michigan 


3Ig 




E. Michigan 


1-32.0 


dnpcd 


Wofford 


1-1-0, 12,0 


19-11-0. 128, 1 


dnp-inj 


Wofford 


39g. 43g. 50g. 57sh 




Wofford 


2-56,5, 1 


dnpcd 


atWVU 


2-0-0, 0, 


18-8-0, 162, I 


dnp-inj 


atWVU 


37g, 46g 




atWVU 


643.3, 1 


dnpcd 


Georgia Tech 


2-1-0, 12,0 


19-1 1-O, 198,0 


dnp-inj 


Georgia Tech 


35g, 27g 




Georgia Tech 


449.5, 1 


dnpcd 


at Duke 


3-1-0,13,0 


21-16-1,264,2 


dnp-inj 


at Duke 


51g 




at Duke 


343.3, 


dnpcd 


atUNC 


3-1-0.10,0 


11-6-0, 190, 1 


dnp-inj 


atUNC 


38q 




atUNC 


3-34.7, 2 


dnpcd 


NC State 


dnp<d 


18-10-0,130,0 


dnp-inj 


NC State 


26g 




NC State 


741.6,2 


dnpcd 


at Clemson 


O^W.O.O 


23-13-3,153,3 


dnp-inj 


at Clemson 


19g 




at Clemson 


341.7,0 


dnpcd 


at Virginia 


dnp<d 


25-13-2, 196, 1 


dnp-inj 


at Virginia 


28blk, 25g, 32g 




at Virginia 


5-38.6. I 


dnpcd 


Wake Forest 


dn(Kd 


28-17-0,275,2 


dnp-inj 


Wake Forest 


36g, 38q. 28g 




Wake Forest 


447.0, 2 


dnpcd 


Tennessee 


OM.O, 


19-n-O 120,0 


dnpinj 


Tennessee 


48g. 44g, 25g 




Tennessee 


3-50.3. 1 


dnpcd 



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niJicnsn<sDiosassiSTS inrai) 



Solo-Ajst-Totiil 


06 Foxworth 


OIO M.Williams 


«I2 Wimbush 


ttl 3 Wilson 


01 5 C.Williams 


«17Haigler 


»! 8 Choice 


»23 A. Smith 


«24 Ambush 


vs Nolne Dame 


0-2-2 


^^4 


dnp-cd 


?0-7 


0-0-0 


O-l-l 


dnp<d 


1-0-1 


2-2-4 


Akron 


5-1-6 


1-0-1 


dnpKd 


5-2-7 


3-0-3 


l-O-I 


dnp<d 


2-0-2 


2-3-5 


Flonda State 


l-O-I 


5-1-6 


dnpKd 


4-0-4 


I-O-l 


(W> 


dnp<;d 


1-I-2 


0-2-2 


E Michigan 


I-O-l 


2-2-4 


dnp-cd 


1-2-3 


0-1-1 


30-3 


dnfKd 


3-0-3 


3-0-3 


Woffofd 


2-1-3 


5-1-6 


dnfKd 


2-2-4 


1-0-1 


0-0-0 


dng<d 


2-2-4 


4-0-4 


.itWVU 


1-0-1 


4-3-7 


dnp<d 


1-2-3 


0-0-0 


1-0-1 


dnfKd 


1-1-2 


dnfKd 


Georgia Tech 


5-1-6 


10-0-10 


dnfKd 


2-1-3 


dnpHnj 


2-0-2 


dnjKd 


3-0-3 


dnp<d 


Jt Duke 


5-0-5 


5-3-8 


dnp-cd 


1-3-4 


I-O-l 


O-OO 


dnfKd 


4-0-4 


O-l-l 


■It UNC 


3-1-4 


4-2-6 


dnfKd 


I-I-2 


dnp<d 


dnp-inj 


dnp<d 


2-0-2 


3-M 


NC State 


7-1-8 


8-1-9 


dnfKd 


7-1-8 


0-0-0 


2-0-2 


dnfKd 


1-2-3 


3-4-7 


M Clemson 


2-1-3 


3-2-5 


dnfKd 


3-0-3 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


dnp<d 


1-0-1 


1-I-2 


<« Virginia 


5-0-5 


4M 


dnfKd 


10-4-14 


oil 


0-0-0 


dnp<d 


2-0-2 


4-04 


Wake Forest 


4-0-t 


3-2-5 


dnfKd 


1-1-2 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


-:lnp-rd 


?-n-z 


1-2-3 


Tennes^w 


■i-O^S 


S-.' 7 


dnp-cd 


4-4-8 


0-0-0 


0-1 1 


dnrKfl 


fl.Vu 


4-1-5 



Solo-Asst-Total 


«26 Custis 


029 Stewart 


»30 Cox 


«32 Joe 


«4I Eli 


»42 Henderson 


045 Merriman 


047 Condo 


vs Notre Dame 


O-l-I 


l-O-I 


7-1-8 


dnp<d 


dnfKd 


11-5-16 


0-0-0 


0-M 


Akron 


2-0-2 


dnpinj 


4-1-5 


6-3-9 


1-1-2 


2-3-5 


1-1-2 


0-0-0 




Flonda State 


l-O-I 


dnpnnj 


4*4 


10-2-12 


dnfKd 


9-2-1 1 


1-1-2 


O^H) 




E Michigan 


O-l-I 


dnfwnj 


I-O-l 


5-1-6 


dn[>inj 


8-3-1 1 


5-1-6 


0*0 




Wofford 


1-1-2 


^0-0 


i-ai 


5-5-10 


dnfKd 


11-4-15 


5-1-6 


0*0 




atWVU 


l-O-I 


1-1-2 


4-1-5 


6-5-11 


dnp<d 


14-1-15 


2-3-5 


0*0 




Georgia Tech 


WM) 


dnpHnj 


4-1-5 


5-1-6 


0-0-0 


8-2-10 


1*1 


0*0 




at Duke 


2-0-2 


0-0-0 


3-1-4 


4*4 


4*4 


7-2-9 


2-3-5 


2-1-3 




at UNC 


WW 


I-O-l 


4^M 


8-2-10 


1*1 


3-2-5 


7-1-8 


0<K) 




NC State 


1-1-2 


O-OO 


4-1-5 


5*11 


dnfKd 


9-7-16 


3*3 


1-1-2 




at Clemson 


0-0^) 


OW) 


5*5 


5-2-7 


dnp<d 


10-2-12 


1-1-2 


0-1-1 




at Virginia 


2-0-2 


dnjKd 


2-1-3 


4*4 


dnp<d 


154-19 


2-2-4 


OO-O i 1 


wake Forest 


0*0 


O-OO 


00-0 


6-1-7 


dnp<d 


16-3-19 


2-1-3 


1*1 


1 


Tenn^55e? 


00-0 


OO-O 


7-0-7 


5-1-6 


dnptd 


12*12 


1-1-2 


(MM) ' 1 



Solo-Asst-Total 


048 Kershaw 


049 Cochran 


050 Wojcik 


051 Henley 


052 D. Jackson 


053 Holmes 


054 S. Smith 


057 Starks 


058 Dickerson 
0-2-2 


vs. Notre Dame 


2-5-7 


4-3-7 


dnfKd 


3-14 


10-2-12 


dnfKd 


2-24 


34-7 


Akron 


6-2-8 


4-3-7 


dnp<d 


O-I-I 


4-1-5 


dnpcd 


0-2-2 


1-2-3 


3-3^ 


Flonda State 


O-I-l 


2-4^ 


dnfKd 


00-0 


2*2 


dnp<d 


0*0 


54-9 


O-l-l 


E Michigan 


1-2-3 


2-24 


dnfKd 


O-l-I 


4-2-6 


dnfKd 


O-I-I 


2-5-7 


2*2 


Wofford 


1*1 


2-1-3 


dnfKd 


1*1 


3-14 


dnfKd 


1-2-3 


54-9 


dnfKd 


atWVU 


1-2-3 


7-6-13 


dnfKd 


5*5 


3-2-5 


dnp<:d 


3-2-5 


9-3-12 


1*1 


Georgia Tech 


O-OO 


5*5 


dnp<d 


1-1-2 


0-1-1 


dnp^d 


1*1 


1-34 


24^ 


at Duke 


2-1-3 


1-1-2 


dnp<d 


1*1 


6-2-8 


dnfKd 


dnfHnj 


1-2-3 


0*0 


at UNC 


3*3 


1*1 


dnptd 


0*0 


2-1-3 


dnptd 


I-I-2 


14-5 


000 


NC State 


dnfKd 


4-2-6 


dnfKd 


000 


1*1 


dnpcd 


I-I-2 


4-5-9 


dnfKd 


Clemson 


dnfKd 


2-1-3 


dnfKd 


1*1 


2*2 


dnpcd 


0*0 


3-3-6 


dnp<d 


at Virginia 


OW) 


3-14 


dnp<d 


3*3 


1*1 


dnpcd 


1-2-3 


6-3-9 


000 


wake Forest 


dnfKd 


3-2-5 


dnfKd 


1*1 


O-l-l 


dnp<d 


1-2-3 


7-2-9 


000 


T^.e"?o 


d^ocd 


1-2-3 


dnp<d 


0-0-0 


0-0-0 


dnp<d 


2*2 


1*1 


000 



Solo-Asst-Total 


071 Roundtree 


095 Shime 


096 Feldheim 


097 Aiuri 


098 Earle 


099 L Jones 




1 


vs. NtotreDame 


3-14 


O-l-l 


I-I-2 


O-l-l 


dnp<d 


1*1 








Akron 


044 


(MM) 


2-24 


O-l-l 


dnp<d 


0*0 








Flonda State 


1-1-2 


000 


2-1-3 


dniKd 


dnp<d 


dnoini 








E.Uchiqan 


2-24 


0-2-2 


3-6-9 


0*0 


dnp<d 


I-I-2 








Wofford 


000 


OOO 


4-1-5 


0*0 


dn(Kd 


0-1-1 








atWVU 


1-2-3 


0*0 


2-5-7 


0*0 


dnjKd 


1-1-2 








Georgia Tech 


3-2-5 


0*0 


4^2-6 


0*0 


dnfKd 


0*0 








at Duke 


1-2-3 


2-24 


0*0 


2*2 


dnp<d 


0*0 








at UNC 


2-24 


3-2-5 


dnp^nj 


0*0 


dnfKd 


1*1 




1 


NC State 


2-1-3 


2-3-5 


dnfwnj 


dnp<d 


dnfKd 


dnpcd 


1 


at Clemson 


J*3 


1-1-2 


dnfHnj 


dnfHnj 


dnp<:d 


dn(Kd 




1 


at Virginia 


1-1-2 


0^2-2 


dnfHnj 


0*0 


dnptd 


0*0 








Wake Forest 


2-24 • 


2-3-5 


dnpnnj 


0*0 


dnfKd 


0*0 








Tennessee 


1-3-4 


dr^CKd 


dnp^nj 


?-?-? 


dnp<d 


3.M 1 



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FIRST DOWNS 


RUSHING 


PASSING 


i 


TOTAL OFF. 


PUNTS 


FUM 


PEN 


SACKS BY 


3RD 


4TH 


TIME OF 


Game 


SCORE 


Tot 


Ru-Pa-Pe 


No-Ydj-TD 


A-CI 


Yds 


TD 


Pl-Yds 


No-Avg 


F/L 


No-Yd$ 


No-Yds 


DNS 


DNS 


POSS. 


MARYLAND 





8 


3-5-0 


21-16-0 


32-12-3 


117 





53-133 


7-37.6 


0-0 


2-20 


4-22 


2-12 


0-3 


18:56 


Notre Dame 


22 


15 


7-7-1 


45-130-0 


27-17-0 


226 





72-356 


4-36.8 


1-0 


11-80 


3-12 


8-20 


0-0 


41:04 


at MARYLAND 


44 


25 


13-84 


50-209-3 


19-10-0 


118 


1 


69-327 


140.0 


1-0 


4-39 


2-9 


6-12 


0-0 


30:18 


Akron 


14 


14 


3-10-1 


34-82-0 


35-20-3 


237 


2 


69-319 


445.5 


3-1 


16-132 


0-0 


8-17 


24 


29:42 


at MARYtAND 


10 


15 


3-10-2 


28-57-1 


37-204 


241 





65-298 


647.5 


2-2 


7-65 


2-16 


2-12 


1-2 


28:02 


Florida State 


37 


20 


10-9-1 


43-169-2 


27-14-0 


266 


2 


70435 


5-38,4 


4-2 


10-71 


3-15 


6-16 


2-2 


31:58 


at MARYLAND 


45 


27 


13-14-0 


46-238-3 


23-17-0 


329 


3 


69-567 


1-32.0 


3-2 


544 


0-0 


8-11 


1-1 


28:36 


E, Michigan 


3 


14 


3-11-0 


31-105-0 


32-16-2 


173 





63-278 


5-382 


0-0 


6-38 


1-5 


6-17 


0-1 


31:24 


at MARYLAND 


37 


23 


1 7-6-0 


50-250-3 


20-12-0 


140 


1 


70-390 


2-56,5 


3-0 


6-55 


3-20 


3-11 


1-1 


30:49 


Wofford 


8 


12 


8-4-0 


48-156-1 


10-7-0 


54 





58-210 


744.7 


4-2 


5-38 


2-18 


6-14 


0-1 


29:11 


MARYLAND 


48 


14 


7-6-1 


37-2154 


20-8-0 


162 


1 


57-377 


643.3 


3-2 


8-76 


842 


4-12 


0-0 


24:43 


at West Virginia 


17 


18 


8-7-3 


57-186-1 


32-16-3 


138 


1 


89-324 


941 2 


0-0 


6-39 


1-15 


9-23 


1-3 


35:17 


at MARYLAND 


34 


21 


11-10-0 


43-222-3 


21-12-0 


210 





64432 


449.5 


0-0 


446 


0-0 


7-14 


0-0 


29:32 


Georgia Tech 


10 


26 


7-16-3 


3I-I80-I 


53-30-0 


305 





84485 


4-39.0 


4-2 


7-64 


3-24 


8-18 


1-3 


30:28 


MARYLAND 


45 


20 


9-10-1 


40-151-2 


24-17-1 


277 


2 


64428 


3433 


3-2 


5-37 


1-7 


7-13 


0-0 


28:04 


at Dul<e 


12 


18 


7-9-2 


34-129-0 


34-19-3 


202 


2 


68-33 1 


741,1 


0-0 


547 


2-14 


7-15 


0-0 


31:56 


MARYLAND 


59 


21 


16-4-1 


49-388-6 


14-7-0 


200 


2 


63-588 


3-34.7 


0-0 


12-119 


5-28 


4-10 


1-1 


29:22 


at North Carolina 


7 


20 


6-11-3 


35-79-1 


42-21-1 


233 





77-312 


8-37.5 


1-0 


10-87 


1-11 


7-19 


1-3 


30:38 


at MARYLAND 


24 


15 


9-4-2 


40-202-3 


18-10-0 


130 





58-332 


741,6 


1-0 


10-95 


2-5 


2-11 


0-1 


26:17 


NC State 


21 


21 


6-15-0 


36-109-2 


40-24-2 


297 


1 


76406 


640,0 


1-0 


7-65 


1-10 


7-16 


1-2 


33:43 


MARYLAND 


30 


22 


15-6-1 


59-285-1 


24-13-3 


153 


3 


83438 


341 7 


1-0 


540 


2-10 


11-19 


3-3 


38:56 


at Clemson 


12 


10 


5-4-1 


25-81-0 


26-12-1 


130 





51-211 


7-35 1 


2-0 


4-31 


1-10 


3-13 


0-0 


21:04 


MARYLAND 


13 


14 


4-8-2 


32-138-0 


25-13-2 


196 


1 


57-334 


5-38.6 


1-1 


10-93 


0-0 


1-11 


0-0 


27:17 


at Virginia 


48 


23 


8-12-3 


40-152-2 


28-24-0 


286 


4 


68438 


3-34.0 


0-0 


640 


2-15 


10-15 


0-0 


32:43 


at MARYLAND 


32 


28 


18-10-0 


52-258-1 


28-17-0 


275 


2 


80-533 


4470 


2-2 


4-35 


2-18 


6-12 


0-0 


35:02 


Wake Forest 


14 


19 


12-6-1 


45-198-2 


21-8-2 


153 





66-351 


5-39,8 


0-0 


3-20 


0-0 


3-11 


0-2 


24:58 



MARYLAND 
Tennessee 



30 
3 



104-3 
6-12-0 



45-154-2 
2745-0 



19-11-0 120 64-274 
37-23-1 242 64-287 



3-50.3 
647.7 



2-1 
1-1 



2-10 



6-36 
1-2 



6-15 
4-13 



l-l 
0-1 



33:16 
26:44 



Time OF possession 






1 


2 


■"■^~ 


J 


^n"" 


Total 


Maryland 


100:10 


102:07 


105:24 


101:29 


409:10 


Opponents 


109:50 


107:53 


104:36 


108:31 


430:50 


THIRD DDUin GonvBRSions 

1 2 


3 


4 


OT 


Total 


Maryland 


1642 


2145 


16-37 


16-51 





69-175 


Pet. 


381 


467 


.432 


.314 





.394 


Opponents 


19-54 


17-58 


27-52 


29-63 





92-227 


Pa 


.352 


.293 


.5/9 


.460 





.405 


FOORTH DOtUn GDOUBRSIOnS 

1 2 


3 


4 


OT 


Total 


Maryland 


1-1 


3-4 


0-1 


4-7 


_ 


8-13 


Pa. 


1.000 


.750 


.000 


.571 


__ 


.615 


Opponents 


2-3 


34 


M 


Ml 


_ 


8-22 


Pa. 


.667 


.750 


.000 


.300 


- 


.364 



TURODUGRS 

T jk&dv.dys 26 



Giveaways ■ 25 



Points Following Turnoyefs_ 
Md. -95(12T D.6FG| 



Opp - 54 17 TD. 2 FGI 



sPBGiai Teams 

Bl ocked Kicks Iby Md.l - 2 |PAT puntj 
Blocked Kicks I byOpp.l -212 FGI 

KIGKDFF GOVGRaBG 

Kickoffs-Md, 92, Opp. 56 

Fair Catches by - Md. 1. Opp. 
Touchbacks l)v - Md, 3 1 . Opp. 20 

Onside Attempts - 

Md, 2 10 rec.J, Opp. 10 reel 
O ut of Bounds by - Md. 3, Opp. 2 



Returns Allowed |Md J - 581164 |20l avq,| 
R eturns Allowed lOpp.l - 29-650 122.7 ayg,) 



PUHT GGueRase 

PunB- Md 55,_..Opp_ 80 

Blocks bi'-Md 1, Ogp 

Fair Catch es by - Md. 0. Opp. 2 

Touch backs - Md. 5. Opp. 4 

Inside 20 - Md, 13, Opp. 14 



1 0.6avq.| 



Returns Allowed (Md.} - 28:2^7J 

Return s Allo wed lOpp.l - 58-773 113.3 avq.l 

RBD zone 

Md. Scores/Timei in Red Zone 

Scoring Percentage - 4 6-53 1 .868) 



JP Percentage - 34-53 1642) 

Scores - 46J34 TD. 12 FG| 

Non-Scores - 7 (2 missed FGA. 3 half, fumble. 

_ downs) 

Opp. Scorei/Tlmei In Red Zone 

_Scoring Percentage - 3246 (6961 

TD Percentage - 2046 I.43SI 

Scores -32 120 TD. 12 FGI 

Non-Scores- 14 (4 INt 2 fumble, 5 downs. 



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inDIUIDURl Mm HIGHS 

Rushes ib Chris Downs w Georgia Tech (Oct 1 7, 2002) 

Yards Rushing 2 1 2 Chris Downs vs Georgia Tech |Oct 1 7, 2002) 

TD Rushes 4 Ch ris Downs at North Carolina (Nov 02, 2002) 

Long Rush 72 Chris Downs at West Virginia (Oct 05, 2002) 

Pass attempts 28 Scott McBrien vs Wake Forest (Nov 30, 2002) 

Pass completions 1 7 Scott McBrien vs Wake Forest (Nov 30, 2002) 
Yards Passing 300 Scott McBrien vs Eastern Michigan (Sep 2 1 , 2002) 

TD Putsti 3 Sc ott McBrien vs Eastern Michigan (Sep 2 1 , 20021 

Scott McBrien at Clemson (Nov \bJ0Q2J 

Long Pass 9 1 Scott McBrien vs Eastern Michigan [Sep 21, 2002) 

nfceptJons 5 Jafar Williams vs Notre Dame (Aug 31, 20021 

Chris Downs vs Florida State (Sep 14,2002) 

Scooter Monroe vs Flori da State (Sep 1 4. 20021 

Scooter Monroe vs G eorgia Tech [Oct 1 7, 20021 

Scppter M onroe at Virginia [Nov 23, 2002) 

Yirds Recetvinq 1 67 Sco ot er Monroe at North Carolina [No v 02 , 2002) 

TO Receptions I by 1 5 players [last by Rich Pa rson vs Wake Forest (Nov 30, 2002J) 

Long Reception 9 1 Steve Suter vs East ern Michigan (Sep 21 2002) 

Field Goals 3 Nick Novak vs A kron (Sep 07, 2002) 

Nick No vak vs Wofford (Sep 28, 20021 

Nick Novak vs W ake Forest (Nov 30, 2002| 

Nick Nova k vs Tennessee [Dec 3 1 , 2002) 

Ung Fie ld Goal S 1 Nick Novak vs Akron (Se p 07. 2002) 

Nick Novak at Duke [Oct 26 , 2002) 

Pimti 7 Broo ks Barnard ys Notre Da me [Aug 31, 20021 

Brppju Barrwd vs North Car olina Stale (Nov 09, 2002) 

Punting Ayg 56.5 Brooks Barn ard vs Wofford ( Sep 28, 2002) 

Long Punt 60 Brooks Barnard vs Wofford [ Sep 28, 2002) 

Brooks Barnard vs Tennessee (Dec 31, 2002) 

Long Punt Retur n 8 1 Steve Suter vs Akron [Sep 07, 2002) 

Long Ki ckoff Return 58 Steve Suter vs Eas tern Michiga n [Sep 21, 2002) 

l^cMes 19 E J, Henderson at Virginia ( Nov 23, 2002) 

EJ, Henderson vs Wake Forest (No v 30. 2002) 

Sacks 3.0 Randy Stark s at West Virginia (Qg 05, 2002) 

Shawne Merriman at North Carolina [Nov 02. 2002) 

TaMes For L oss 4.0 Randy Stark s at West Virginia (Oct 05, 2002) 

EJ, Henderson vs Ten nessee (Dec 31, 2002) 

Interceptions 2 Ma die u Wlliams vs Akron (Sep 07, 2002) 



Team same hihhs 



Rushes 


59 


atClemson (Nov 16, 20021 


Yards Rushing 


388 


at North Carolina [Nov 02, 2002) 


Yards Per Rush 


7.9 


at North Carolina [Nov 02, 2002) 


TD Rushes 


6 


at North Carolina [Nov 02, 2002) 


Pass attempts 


37 


vsFlonda State [Sep 14, 2002) 


Pass completions 


20 


vsFlonda State (Sep 14, 2002) 


Yards Passing 


329 


vs Eastern Michigan (Sep 21, 2002) 


Yards Per Pass 


14.3 


vs Eastern Michigan [Sep 21, 2002) 


TD Passes 


3 


vs Eastern Michigan (Sep 21, 20021 






at Clemson (Nov 16.2002) 


Total Plays 


83 


at Clemson [Nov 16. 2002) 


Total Offense 


588 


at North Carolina (Nov 02, 20021 


Yards Per Play 


9.3 


at North Carolina (Nov 02, 2002) 


Points 


59 


at North Carolina (Nov 02, 2002) 


Sacks By 


8 


at West Virginia [Oa 05, 2002) 


First Downs 


28 


vs Wake Forest (Nov 30, 2002) 


Penalties 


12 


at North Carolina (Nov 02. 20021 


Penalty Yards 


119 


at North Carolina (Nov 02, 2002) 




6 


vsFlonda State [Sep 14, 2002) 




3 


vsAI(ffln(Seo 07. 20021 


at\l(^ViroinialOa05,2002l 


at Duke lOa 2b. 20021 



DPPoncnT inDiuiDueL [lamG hihhs 



Rushes 

Yards Rushing 
TD Rushes 
Long Rush 
Pass attempts 



30 Avon Cobourne fit West Virginia (Oct 05, 2002) 



123 Avon Cobourne at West Virginia [Oct 05, 2002) 



Pass completions 

Yards Passing 

TD Passes 

Long Pass 

Receptions [2 

Yards Receiving 
TD Receptions 



2 Tarvis Williams vs Wake Forest (Nov 30, 2002) 

5 1 Gordon Clmkscale, vs Georgia Tech (Oct 1 7, 2002.1 

45 AJ. Suggs, vs Georgia Tech (Oct 1 7. 2002) 

28 Al Suggs, vs Georgia Tech (Oct 1 7, 2002) 

297 P hilip Rivers, vs North Carolina State (Nov 09, 20021 

3 M att Schaub. at Virginia (Nov 23, 2002J 

C, Rando lph, vs Wake Forest (Nov 30. 2002) 



78 



144 



Jerric ho Cotchery, vs North Carolina State ( Nov 09, 20021 
Jerricho Co tchery vs No rth Carolina Slate (N ov 09, 20021 



2_ Wall Lundy, at Virginia (Nov 23. 2002 ) 



Long Reception 


78 
5 


Jax Landfried, vs Wake Forest (Nov 30. 20021 




Field Goals 


Nicholas Sella, vs Notre Dame [Aug 31, 20021 




Long Field Goal 


51 


Nicholas Setta. vs Notre Dame (Aug 31, 2002) 




Punts 


7 


J. Miner, vs Wofford (Sep 28, 20021 








Wynn Kopp, at Clemson [Nov 16, 20021 




Puntinq Avq 
Long Punt 


47.7 
S7 


Duslin Colguitt. vs Tennessee (Dec 3 1 , 2002) 
Dustin Colquitt, vs Tennessee (Dec 31, 20021 




Long Punt Return 


76 


Vontez Duff, vs Notre Dame (Aug 31, 2002) 




Long Kickoff Return 76 


J Miller atClemson (Nov 16, 2002) 




Tackles 


12 


Gibnl Wilson, vs Tennessee IDec 31, 2002) 




Sacks 


1.0 


by 20 players (last by Jason Mitchell, vs Tennessee [Dec 3 1 


2002)) 


Tackles For Loss 


2.0 


Mike Goolsby, vs Notre Dame (Aug 31, 2002) 








R, May vs Flonda State (Sep 14, 2002) 




Eddie Moore, vs Florida Stale (Sep 14, 20021 


C, Corn, vs Wofford [Sep 28, 2002) 


James David, at West Virginia (Oa 05, 2002) 


David Upchurch, at West Virginia [Oa 05, 20021 


Eric Henderson, vs Georgia Tech (Oa 17, 20021 


Brvant McNeal, at Clemson [Nov 16, 20021 


Angelo Crowell, al Virginia (Nov 23, 2002) 


Jason Mitchell, vs Tennessee [Dec 31, 20021 


Interceptions 


3 


Shane Walton, vs Notre Dame (Aug 31, 20021 





oppDnenT ream same hihhs 

Rushes 57 at West Virginia (Oa 05. 2002) 


Yards Rushing 


198 


vs Wake Forest (Nov 30, 20021 


Yards Per Rush 


5.8 


vs Georgia Tech (Oa 1 7, 2002) 


TD Rushes 


2 


vsFloridaStalelSep 14,2002) 


vs North Carolina State (Nov 09, 2002) 


al Virginia (Nov 23. 20021 


vs Wake Forest (Nov 30, 2002) 


Pass attempts 


53 


vs Georgia Tech [Oa 1 7, 2002) 


Pass completions 


30 


vs Georgia Tech [Oa 17, 2002) 


Yards Passing 


305 


vs Georgia Tech [Oa 1 7, 2002) 


Yards Per Pass 


10.2 


at Virginia (Nov 23, 2002) 


TD Passes 


4 


31 Virginia (Nov 23, 20021 


Total Plays 


89 


at West Virginia lOtt 05, 20021 


Total Offense 


485 


vs Georgia Tech (Oa 17, 20021 


Yards Per Play 


6.4 


at Virginia [Nov 23, 20021 


Points 


48 


at Virginia (Nov 23, 2002) 


Sacks By 


3 


vs Notre Dame lAug 31. 20021 


vs Florida State (Sep 14,2002) 


vs Georgia Tech (Oa 17, 2002) 


First Downs 


26 


vs Georgia Tech (Oa 17, 2002) 


Penalties 


16 


vs Akron (Sep 07. 2002) 


Penalty Yartis 


132 


vs Akron (Sep 07. 2002) 


Ttimovers 


4 


vs Akron (Sep 07. 2002) 


Interceptions By 


4 


vs Florida Slate (Sep 14, 2002) 



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20 Downs TB 



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25 Monroe WR 



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37 Chance CB 



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42 Henderson LB S 



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66 Wike OL 



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71 Roundtree DE 



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78 M. Crawford OT S 



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95 Shime NT 



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Class Participation }0-7 9-8 88 8-7 10-8 9-7 8-6 86 8-7 9-8 9-8 8-8 9-8 87 



JUNIORS 



ND UA FSU EMU WOF WVU GT DU NC NCS CLE UVa WF UT 



1 Perry TB 



inj inj inj inj inj inj inj S inj 



4 Harrison WR 



J S 



s s 



5 Lynch FB 



S S 



s s s s s 



7 McBrlen 08 



S 



s s s s s s s s s s s 



10 M. Williams FS S 



s s s s s s s s s s s 



II Evans 08 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


inj 


inj 


ini 


ini 


ini 


in| 


inj 


in| 


in| 


ini 


13 Wilson SS 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


17 Cross OB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


Cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


17 HaiqIerCB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


inj 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 



19 J. Williams WR S 



23 An. Smith SS 



X 



24 Ambush LB 



S S S dnt cd S S S S S S 



30COXCB 



S S S S S S S S 



S S S 



32 Joe LB 



dnt 



S S S S S S S S S S S S 



44 Fiddler F6 



49 Benjamin LB dnt cd cd cd cd dnt cd dnt dnt cd dnt dnt cd cd 

50 Wojcik LEO cd cd cd cd cd dnt cd cd dnt cd dnt dnt cd cd 



5! Henley LB 



S 



S 



54 5. Smith DE 



61 TVIerOG 



cd cd cd 



cd cd 



73 Bryant OG 



S 



S 



S S 



S S 



S S 



75 Dumas OT 



J S 



J S 



S 



S S S S 



S SS 



' Araqona WR cd cd cd cd cd dnt cd dnt dnt cd dnt dnt cd cd 



96 Feldheim NT 



S 



S 



S S S S S s 



ini ini inj ini ini ini 



97 Atari DT 



X X cd ini 



99 Jones DE 



JnL 



cd cd X 



Class Part. 



19-11 2H1 18-11 2M1 2HI IfH 20-11 2113 19-11 18-11 19-1119-1121-11 21-10 



ND UA FSU EMU WOF WVU GT DU NC NCS CLE UVa WF UT 

XXX X X X X X X cd X cd cd X 



SOPHOMORES^ 

LJ(e!leyQB_ 



3 B.AbiamiriWR cd cd cd cd cd dnt cd dnt dnt cd' dnt dnt cd cd 



6 Foxwerth CB S 



S S 



S 



S S S s 



s 



s s s s 



9 J. Crawford TB S 



cd cd cd cd 



cd cd dnt dnt cd cd 



15 C. Williams FS 



cd 



18 Shanks WR 



dnt cd cd cd 



22 Parson WR_ 
26 Custis FS 
34 Suter WR 



dnt cd dm ini in j inj ini ini inj 
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40 M. Smith F8 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


41 EHDE 


Cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


43 MaldonadoRB 


rs 


rs 


IS 


rs 


rs 


IS 


rs 


rs 


rs 


rs 


rs 


rs 


IS 


rs 



46 Novak PK 

47 Con do LEO 

49 Cochran LEO 
_5_7 Jtarks DT 

72 Schmitt OC 
74 Brooks OL 



S S 



S S S 



S S S 



S S S 



SOPH, (cont'dl 


ND 


UA 


FSU 


EMU WOF WVU 


GT 


DU 


NC 


NCS 


CLE UVa WF 


UT 


76 Scott DE 


dnt 


cd 


Cd 


Cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


X 


Cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


79 Lombardo OT 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


inj 


inj 


X 


X 


X 


X 




X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


87 FlynnTE 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


93 Bryan NT 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


Cd 


dnt 


dm 


cd 


cd 


Class Participation 


144 


18-5 


li-5 


164 


16-5 


16-5 


17-6 


16-4 


15-5 


13-5 


16-5 14-5 14-5166 




R-FRESHMEN 


ND 


UA 


FSU 


EMU WOF WVU 


GT 


DU 


NC 


NCS 


CLE UVa WF 


UT 


3 Merrills T8 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


Cd 


38 McPhearson CB 


dnt 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


56 Kiuttz LS 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


58 Dickerson LB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


S 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


60 Patterson OL 


cd 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


inj 


65 Powell OT 


dnt 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


dnt 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


67 Steele OL 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


68 McDonald OG 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


77 Bonham OG 


cd 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


83 FennerWR 


X 


X 


X 


inj 


inj 


cd 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


84 0. Miller TE 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


86 Aa. Smith WR 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


X 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


X 


X 


Class Participation 


4-0 


9-0 


64 


64 


5-0 


7-0 


8-1 


6-0 


M 


2-0 


5-0 


3-0 


64 


64 




TRUE FRESHMEN 


ND 


UA 


FSU 


EMU WOF WVU 


GT 


DU 


NC 


NCS 


CLE UVa WF 


UT 


12 WimbushFS 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


Cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


14 Brant FS 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


14 HollenbachQB 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


18 Choice CB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dm 


cd 


cd 


21 StathamOB 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


27 Walker WR 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


33 Allen TB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


X 


35 number TB 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


36 Grantham FS 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


36HollowavL£ 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


36 Podlesh P 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


38 Stellatci WR 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dm 


cd 


cd 


41 DuffieDL 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


X 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


S 


44 J. Smith LB 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


45 Merriman LB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


48 Kershaw LB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


52 Jackson LB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


53 Holmes LB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


63 OBrien OG 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


70 HeyerOT 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


81 RAbiamiriWR 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dm 


cd 


cd 


85 Melendei WR 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


86SchellTE 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dm 


cd 


cd 


88 Ouaintance DT 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


dm 


dm 


cd 


cd 


92 Sanders TE 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


9aEarleLE0 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


Class Participation 


40 


5-0 


40 


70 


70 


70 


70 


7-1 


8-1 


50 


50 


50 


4-0 


7-1 
































ACTIVE PLAYERS 


SI 


61 


52 


59 


58 


58 


60 


58 


58 


47 


54 


50 


54 


58 
































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game 




























i - indicaiei itiined g 


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cd - indicatei did no 


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S S SSSSSxSSSSSS dnt - in dicates did not travel for reason other than injury 



S 



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s s s s s 



n - indicates must sit out season as a redshiit 



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2001 ACC CHAMPIONS 



2002 CHICK-FIL-A PEACH BOWL CHAMPIONS 




2 3 



ZaaZ SBSSOtl RBVIBUI 



aame-By same sraRTBRs 




aiiDiisi! 



GAME 


Wide Receiver 


Left Tackle 


Left Guard 


Center 


Right Guard 


Right Tackle 


Tight End 


Quarterback 


Tailback 


Fullback 


Wide Receiver 


Notre tome 


J. Williams 


Dumas 


Biooki 


*!>■ 




M Crawford" 


Duqan' 


McBiien 


Crav.* 






/Mmxi 


Harrison' 


Dumas' 


Brooks' 


*.. 




M Crawford" 


Duqan" 


WcBrifn' 


Dc.-,' 






FkxidaStiW 


Harrison' 


Dumas' ' ■ 


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Harrison' 


Dumas' 














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miiian' 


Vonrrje 


Woflord 


Harrison* 


Dumas 




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,..vns* 


Killian' 


Monroe' ' 


WVU 


Harrison' 


Dumas' 


Brooks" 


Wike" 


B^anf 


M, Crawford" 


Dugan-'' 


McBnerV- 


Downs' 


Lyri'l 


r/'jT'..' 


GeoigaTecti 


J. Williams" 


Brooks" 


Wike" 


Schmm'' 


BiY^nl" 


Dumas' 


Dugan" 


McBrien' 


Downs' 


l','„" 


Duke 


Harrison" 


Dumas' 


Brooks' 


«'iii 


i-,-, »■! 


■•• • • .vvford" 


Dugan" 


McBnen» 


Perry ■ ■,■'/■ .. 1 


UNC 


J Williams" 


Heyer' 


Brooks" 


Wike"' 


Bryani 


I'lias' 


Dugan" 


McBnen' 


Dov.' 


■",n 


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NCSUIe 


Harrison' 


Dumas'" 


Brooks" 


Wike" 


Bryant 


■; . ■ ..■■-ford" 


Dugan" 


McBrfen'- 


Do.-.' 


,.'ich" 


M'/ ' ,.- 


Oeiraon 


J Williams" 


Dumas" 


Brooks 


iVike" 


Bryant" 


M Crawford' 


Dug.iri 


MiBnen 


Dov-.n; 


Lynch" 


Monroe" 


WgifM 


Harrison" 


Dumas" 


Brooks 


Wike" 


Bryant" 


M. Crawford' 


Di»; ■•■ 


McBrien ■ 


Downs 


Lynch" 


Monroe" 


WateFofCJl 


J. Williams" 


Dumas" 


Brooks" 


Wike" 


Biyant*" 


M. Crawford" 


Do', ■■ 


McBrien" 


Downs" 


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Monroe" 


Tonno\Srt^ 


Sure- 


Dui"" ■ 


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Wite" 


Brvanf 


M, Crawford" 


Dugan ' 


McBnen ' 


Downs ■ 


Lynch ' 


Monroe" 


DGFBnse 


GAME 


1^0 


Def. Tackle 


Nose Tackle 


Oef. End 


WLB 


MLB 


SLB 


Cornerback 


Strong Safety 


Free Safety 


Cornerback 


NoBeOame 


Cochran' 


Starks- 


Feldheim'- 


Roundtree' 


Henley 


Henderson" 


Ambush' 


Cox" 


Wilson' 


U. Williams' 


fc..-. - 


Aliron 


Cochran' 


Slants' 


Feldheim" 


Roundtree" 


Joe" 


Henderson" 


Ambush' 


Cox" 


Wilson* 


M Willaim' 


Fo<.-.'/:- 


FlcnddSiaie 


Cochran' 


Starics' 


Feldheim" 


Roundtree" 


Joe" 


Henderson" 


Ambush' 


Cox" 


Wilson' 


fill. Williams' 


Foxworth' 


E Michigan 


Cochran' 


Starics' 


Feldheim" 


Roundtree" 


Joe" 


Henderson" 


Ambush' 


Cox" 


Wilson* 


M. Williams' 


Fc , -,-'"- 


VKXford 


Cochran^ 


Starks* 


Feldheim" 


Roundtree" 


Joe" 


Henderson" 


Ambush' 


Cox" 


Wilson' 


M. Williams' 


Fc..;. - 


WVU 


Cochran' 


Starics' 


Feldheim" 


Roundtree" 


Joe" 


Henderson" 


Henley' 


Cox" 


Wilson'" 


M. Williams' 


Foxworth- 


Georgia Tech 


Cochran' 


Startu" 


Feldheim" 


Roundtree" 


Joe" 


Henderson" 


Dickerson' 


Cox" 


Wilson" 


M. Williams' 


Foxworth' 


Duke 


Merriman' 


Starks' 


Feldheim" 


Roundtree" 


Joe" 


Henderson" 


Ambush' 


Cox" 


Wilson" 


M. Williams' 


Foxworth" 


UNC 


Cochran' 


Starks'" 


Shime' 


Roundtree" 


Joe" 


Henderson" 


Ambush' 


Cox" 


Wilson" 


M. Williams' 


Foxwooh" 


NC State 


Cochran' 


Startu" 


Shime' 


Roundtree'' 


Joe" 


Henderson" 


Ambush* 


Cox" 


Wilson" 


M, Williams" 


Foxworth" 


Qeimon 


Cochran'" 


Stariu" 


Shime' 


Roundtree" 


Joe" 


Henderson" 


Ambush' 


Cox'° 


Wilson" 


M. Williams" 


Foxworth" 


Wgma 


Cochran" 


Startu" 


Shime* 


Roundtree" 


Joe" 


Henderson" 


Ambush'" 


Cox" 


Wilson" 


M. Williams" 


Foxworth" 


Wake forest 


Cochran" 


Startu" 


Shime^ 


Roundtree" 


Joe" 


Henderson" 


Ambush" 


Cox" 


Wilson" 


M. Williams" 


Foxworth" 


Tennessee 


Cochran' 


Startu'* 


Duffie 


Roundtree-"" 


Joe" 


Henderson" 


Ambush" 


Cox" 


Wilson" 


M, Williams ' 


Foxworth"- 



Class STaRTGRS BH SaniG (inCLUDGS PUHTBR/KICKGR) 



GMffi 


Scnion 


Junion 




R-Freshmen 


True Freshmen 


Total 


Notre Oame 


^ 


II 










24 


Akron 


8 


II 










24 


Flonda State 


8 


II 


5 








24 


E Mchigan 


7 


II 










24 


Woffbrd 


8 


II 










24 


WVU 


7 


12 










24 


(jeorgiaTech 


6 


II 


7 








24 


Duke 


6 


13 







1 


24 


UNC 


7 


11 







1 


24 


NC State 


8 


II 










24 


Oemson 


8 


II 










24 


Vlrgna 


8 


II 










24 


Wake Forest 


8 


II 










24 


Tennessee 


7 


10 







1 


24 




Terrapin Playing Experience 

Most ovaall nans, career — 


Superlatives 

Offense 

45. Todd Wike (0L| 
43, Matt Crawford (OTl 


Defense 

36, EJ. Henderson (MLB) 
33,CuromeCox|CB| 


> 


Most ovwal flam. 2002- 


14, bv6 


14,t>v7 




Most consecutive starts, career— 


30. Lamar Bryant (0G| 


20, EJ. Henderson (MLB) 




Most consecutive stafls. 2002 — 


I4.bv6 


14.t)v7 




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2001 ACC CHAMPIONS 



2002 CHICK-FIL-A PEACH BOWL CHAMPIONS 



zaoz season RBViB III 



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HiEKOFF Giasm 
aianrs SFaoium 

BaSF RUFHBRFORO, HJ. 
aUB 31 ZBBZ 

Notre Dame 22 
No. 21 Maryland 

Tyrone Willingham clapped his hands in encouragement when the game started, 
and everyone else at Notre Dame cheered when the Fighting Irish walked off the field 
with a victory over No. 21 Maryland. 

Willingham's debut as Notre Dame's coach was a dandy - an efficient if not excit- 
ing 22-0 victory in the Kickoff Classic before a crowd of 72,903 at Giants Stadium. 

The Irish unveiled their West Coast offense directed by Carlyle Holiday and it 
worked well enough to handle the Terrapins. In addition, Nick Setta delivered a school 
record-tying live field goals, and Vontez Duff returned a punt 76 yards for a third-quarter 
touchdown. 

The Irish held onto the ball for more than 4 1 minutes and outgained Maryland in 
total yardage, 356-1 33. Holiday completed 1 7 of 27 passes for 226 yards and ran for 
another 13. 

The Irish took a 9-0 lead on field goals by Setta of 5 1 , 32 and 18 yards. Setta was 
selected the MVP of the Classic, which was in its final year 

The defense had a star of its own in cornerback Shane Walton. The 5-foot- 11, 1 85- 
pound senior tied a school record with three interceptions and stopped Maryland's Mario 
Merrills for a 3-yard loss on fourth-and4 from the Irish 26 in the third quarter Walton's third 
interception came with 
5:51 left in the game, at the 
Notre Dame 39. 

Holiday's quick 
drops paid off in short 
completions that were 
turned into first downs time 
and again by Arnaz Battle 
and Omar Jenkins. Battle 
caught four passes for 68 
yards and Jenkins had five 
catches for 87 yards. 

The Irish broke 
open the game when Duff 
took a punt at the Irish 24, 
slipped two would-be tack- 
lers and weaved his way in 
for a touchdown 4.32 into 
the second half. 

With top running 
back Bruce Perry out with 
an injury, the Terps couldn't 
run on the Irish, and new 
quarterback Scott McBrien 
had trouble getting the of- 
fense going. The left-tiander 
was replaced in the third 
quarter by Chris Kelley 
McBrien, who returned in 
the fourth quarter, was 9-of- 
23 for 84 yards with two in- 
terceptions. 

2 1 A C C 



BOXSEORB 

1st 


2nd 3rd ith 


Final 


Notre Dame 3 


6 10 3 


22 


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first Quarter 


NON. Setta 51 FG, 5:01 


Second Quartet 


ND-N, Setta 32 FG, 13:27 


ND-N. Setta 18 FG. 0:26 


Third Quarter 


ND-V Duff 76 punt return IS 


ettakickl, 10:28 




ND-N Setta 46 FG. 3:52 


Fourtti Quarter 


ND-N. Setta 24 FG. 14:50 




MD ND 




First Downs 


8 15 




Rushes-Yards 


21-16 45-130 




Com[>-Att-lnt 


12-32-3 17-27-0 




Passing Yards 


117 226 




Return Yards 


122 115 




Sacked-Yards Lost 


3-12 4-22 




Punts 


7-37.6 4-36.8 




Fumbles-Lost 


1-0 frO 




Penalties-liSrds 


2-20 1 1-80 




time of Possession 


18:56 41:04 




INDIVIDUAL n-ATISnCS 


RUSHIN&Maryland, Crawford 10-16. Merrills 4-6, McBrien 4-3. Man 1-2. 
ND. Grant 23-66. Powers-Neal 8-33. Holiday 8-1 5 


PASSING-Maryland. McBrien 9-23-2-84. Kelley 3-9-1-33. ND. Holiday 1 7-27- 
0-226. 


RECEMNG-Maiyland, J. Williams 5-68. Dugan 2-15. Parson 2-11. Crawfort 
2-10 Suter 1-13. ND. Jenkins 5-87. Battle 4-68. Campbell 2-17, McKnight 2- 
9. 


MISSED FIELD GCALS-Notre Dame, Sella 56. 


TACKLES-Maryland. Henderson 11-5-16. D.Jackson 10-2-12. Cox 7-1-8. 
Siarks 3-4-7. Cocfiran 4-3-7. Kershaw 2-5-7. D Wilson 7-0-7. ND, Hoyte 6- 
2-8. Earl 4-4-8, Goolsby 3-5-8, SapD 2-4-4. 


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Akron 14 



Scott McBrien scored two touchdowns and Steve Suter returned a punt 8 1 yards 
for a score as Maryland built a 28-point halftime lead and cruised past Akron, 44-14. 

Maryland amassed 209 yards and 1 8 first downs In the first half alone after being 
held to 1 33 yards and eight first downs in a 22-0 loss to Notre Dame one week earlier 

McBrien scored from the 2-yard line and threw an 8-yard touchdown pass in the 
first nine minutes, then directed two more scoring drives to put Maryland up 35-7 at 
halftime. 

With Maryland up 41-7 In the third quarter, coach Ralph Friedgen began pulling 
his starters, including McBrien, who finished 9-of-l 5 for 1 1 yards. The Terrapins, who 
punted only once, have won eight straight at home. 

Akron, coming off a 57-21 defeat at Iowa, had more penalties (nine) than first 
downs (four) in the decisive first half 

Zips' QB Charlie Frye, who went 2 1 -of-29 for two touchdowns and no intercep- 
tions against Iowa, was intercepted three times by Maryland before leaving at the start of 
the fourth quarter 

The Terrapins moved 74 yards in nine plays after the opening kickoff for a 7-0 
lead. After the Zips went 
three-and-out deep in their 
own territory, McBrien fin- 
ished a 46-yard drive with 
a TD pass to Derrick 
Fenner 

This time, Akron re- 
sponded. After converting 
a third-and-16, the Zips 
closed to 1 4-7 on a 65-yard 
TD pass from Frye to Nick 
Sparks. But Suter, after hob- 
bling the 54-yard punt by 
Akron's Andy Jerdon, burst 
up the middle and through 
the coverage for 
Maryland's first punt return 
for a TD since Jermaine 
Lewis did It in 1995. 

A three-yard run by 
Jason Crawford made it 
28-7, and a fumble recov- 
ery by Marylands Dennard 
Wilson at theAkron 33 led 
to a 1-yard TD run by 
Downs. 



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Maryland 



First Quarter 



MD-S. McBrien 2 fun (Novak kick). 1Q:Q2 



MD-D. Fenner 8 pass from S. McBrien (Novak kickj. 6:52 



UAN. Sparks 65 pass fiom C. Frye (Sullivan kick|. 


3:17 


Second Quarter 


MD-S Suter 8 1 punt return INovak kickl. 14:09 


MD-J Crawford 3 run INorak kickl. 9:00 


MD-C. Downs 1 run jNorak kickl, 4:14 


Third Quarter 


M(»J. Novak 25 field qoal, 13:46 


MD-N. Novak 26 field goal, 6:31 


fourth Quarter 


M&N. Novak 51 f eld goal. 12:15 


UA-M. Brake 3 pass from M. Faler (Sullivan kickl. 


2:51 


MD 


UA 


First Downs 25 


14 


Rushes-Yards 50-209 


34-82 


Comp-Att-Int 10-19-0 


20-35-3 


Passing ftrds 118 


237 


Return VSrds 157 


161 


Sacked-Yards Lost 2-9 


00 


Punts MO.O 


+45.5 


Fumbles-Lost 0^ 


00 


Penalties-Yards 4-39 


14-132 


Time of Possession 30:18 


29:42 


INDIVIDIMLSIAIISnCS 


RUSHING-Maiyland. Memlls 1 7-79, Downs 1 2-58, McBrien 9-30, J. Crawfod 
6-27 UA Hendry 11-41. Payne 12-39. Basch3-10. 


PASSIN&Maryland. McBnen 9-15-0-110. Kelley t-4«8. UA, Fiye 15-25-3- 

216. Faler 5-1 0-O-21. 


RECEMNG-Maryland. Monroe 4-40. J Williams H6. Downs 1-10, Fenner 
1-8. Hamson 1-8 UA Iwn 5-19, Cherry 3-56, Payne 3-19. 


MISSED FIELD GOAliJ^aivland. Novak 25 


TACKLESJIteryfand, Joe 6-3-9, Kershaw 6-2-8, Wilson 5-2-7. Cochran 4-3- 
7. foxworth 51-6, Dickerson 3-3-4, D. Jackson 4-1-5. U^ Blackburn 4^ 
10, Amos 5-1-4, K. Williams 1-5-4. 


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FSU-X Bella 23 Wd goal, 1:SI 


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FSU-XBwa 26 field goal, 4:28 


FSLW: RkI mnlBemakickl. 2:10 


FSU-T Gardner 56 pass from C- R« IBeina kjckl, 1:39 


ThrdOuener 


MOW. Novak 44 lidd goal, 4:23 


Fourth Ouana 


MIX. Downs 6 run (Novak kickl, 7:27 


FSU<3. Ayies 10 mn IBeiiia kickl. 6: 1 5 


MD FSU 


First Downs 15 20 


Husha-tanh 28-57 43-169 


CompVW-Int 20-37-4 14-27-0 


Passmqyarts 241 266 


Return rants 87 140 


Sactied-VMslost 3-15 2-16 


Pans 6475 S-384 


FumUesKst 2-2 4-2 


Penalties-Yai* 7-65 10-71 


Tuneofftssession 28.1)2 3158 


INDMIXMLnATISTKS 


RUSHlN&Maiyland. Downs 12-50 Metrills 4-1 1. McBnen 4-3. FSU. Jones 
21-106. liix9-23, Maddox 6-17, ReiO 1-12, 


PKHNCMaytim. McBnen 1 4-26-2- 1 87. Keley 6-1 1 -2-54 FSU, liii 1 3-25- 
0-225, «»» 1-1-0-39, Maddox 0-1-00, 


REOMN&Maiyland. Monroe 5-53. Downs S-33, Pafson 2-tO. Sotef 2-28. 
Oian 1-39. FSU, Bokin 5-91. Gaidner 4-109. Tlwpe 1-39 


WSSED FELD QOfiUfa^ani. Novak 41 (Utekedl 


»Oa£SJte>(and. Joe 10^2-12, Henderson 9-2-1 1. Startu S+-9. M \W- 
ams 5-1-6. Cochran 2-4-6. Cox +<M. VWson 4*-4. FeMhein 2-1-3. FSU. 
Pope 7-0-7. Samuels +0-4. May 40-4 


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No. 5 Florida state 37 
Maryland 10 

Chris Rix threw ^wo touchdowns passes and ran for another score as fifth-ranked 
Florida State tool< a 30-point haiftime lead and rolled past Maryland, 37-10. 

After having their nineyear run as ACC champions halted by Maryland in 2002, 
the Seminoles reestablished their superiority. 

Turning three turnovers into touchdowns, Florida State went up 30-0 at haiftime 
and improved to 1 3-0 against Maryland. 

Rix tossed a 1 9-yard touchdown pass to Anquan Boldin to make it 1 3-0, The QB 
also scored from the one after an FSU interception, and 3 1 seconds later, Rix hit Gardner 
with a 56-yard TD pass following a Maryland fumble. 

On the games first play from scrimmage, Maryland fullback Chad Killian thrilled 
the crowd by taking a short pass 39 yards to the Florida State 4 1 . The Terrapins got to 
the 2 1 , but B.J. Ward blocked a field-goal try. The 'Noles then moved 45 yards in 1 1 plays 
before Xavier Beitia kicked a 45-yard field goal. 

A torrential downpour began dunng the Terps' next series, a three-and-out. Beitia 
followed with a field goal for a 6-0 lead. 

The ram let up late in the first quarter, but the Seminoles did not. After Maryland 
lost a fumble on the final 
play of the period, Boldin 
made a fingertip TD grab 
to make it 1 3-0 

Minutes later, 
Maryland made a costly 
mistake when Chris 
Downs burst over left 
tacWeon a 61-yard TDoin, 
but the score was called 
back because of an illegal 
Week. 

The Terps then 
punted, and Rix took the 
■Noles from their own one 
to the Maryland nine be- 
fore Beitia added another 
FG 

On the first play 
after the kickoff, FSUs 
Rufus Brown returned a 
pick 33 yards to the UM 
four, setting up a fourth- 
down run by Rix for a 23- 
lead. The Terps fumbled 
on the next series, and Rix 
hit Gardner for a TD on the 
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Maryland 45 
Eastern Michigan 3 

Scott McBrien threw for 300 yards and three touchdowns while Chris Downs ran 
for two more scores as Maryland routed Eastern Michigan, 45-3. 

The left-handed McBrien completed 1 4 of 1 9 passes before leaving in the third 
quarter with the Terrapins ahead 38-0. He threw TD passes of 1 4, 1 9 and 9 1 yards. 
McBrien completed 1 2 of 1 7 passes for 266 yards in the first half and the Terrapins used 
a 2 1 -point second quarter to take a 3 1 -0 haiftime lead. 

Maryland converted on 8 of 1 1 third downs and finished with 568 yards and 27 
first downs. 

On the 9 1 -yard touchdown, McBrien found Steve Suter wide open near the 
Maryland bench. Suter scored on the second-longest passing play in school history to 
give the Terrapins a 1 7-0 lead. 

Suter continued his strong performances with a 58-yard return on the opening 
kickoff that helped set up Nick Novaks 3 1 -yard field goal. Coming into the game, Suter 
ranked first and second in the ACC in kickoff and punt returns, respeaively. 

Downs, who scored on an eight-yard touchdown run earlier, added a two-yard 
score in the second quarter and finished with 66 yards on 1 5 carries in a little more than 
one half 

Mario Merrills 
caught a 1 4-yard TD pass 
in the first half and 
Harrison grabbed a 19- 
yard scoring pass from 
McBrien on the first series 
of the second half. Fresh- 
man Josh Allen scored on 
an eight-yard TD run. He 
led the Terps with 86 yards 
rushing in his first appear- 
ance this season. 

Eastern Michigan 
had 278 yards of total of 
fense and threatened a 
few times but only scored 
on Eric Klabans 41 -yard 
field goal in the third quar- 
ter 



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45 



Ftm Quarter 



MDf<. Novak 31 fietd goal. 11:55 



MDC. Downs 8 rm INovak kkJil. 7:03 



Second Quarter 



MD-S. Sulef 9 1 pass from S McBnen INovak kickl. 11 56 



MDC. Doivns 2 run (Novak kicti, 8:55 



MOW. Merrills 14 pass from S. McBnen (Novak kickl, 1:20 



Third Quarter 



MCH, Hamson 19 pass fiom S. McBnen (Novak kickl, 9:59 



EMU€. Klaban 4 1 Beld goal. 1 :02 



Fourth Quarter 



MD-J ^len 8 run (Novak kidil. 7:23 



MD 



EMU 



First Downs 



Rushes-YSrds 



46-238 



31-105 



Comp^4m 



17-230 



16-32-2 



l^ing Yards 



173 



Return Yards 



124 



Sacked-Yards Lost 



1-32.0 



5-382 



Fumtiles^ost 



3-2 



Penalties-yards 



Time of Possession 



3124 



28:36 



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- 0-86.Downsl5^.Memlls 6-26. McBnen 8-5, 
: ;3-69. Viatson 5-31. Edwards 2-3. 



PASSINGMai>(and. VkBnen 14-19-0-300. Ke«ey3-3«29. Evans O-l-OO EMU. 

Etf.vrt! ■i>l2-2-\71 



~a. Monroe 3^2, Men* 3-50. J WKhams J-36. Sutef 2- 
'.telendez 2-15 EMU. Mey M2. watef 4-57. bom 2- 



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2-4 EMU. Ucky 8-1-9. Hamson 7-0-7. Gaines +-2-6. 



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MD-N Novak 39 field qoal, 11:50 


MD-N Novak 43 field qoal, 0:10 


Second Quarter 




MD-C Downs 6 njn INovak kickl, 9:57 


MD-J. Allen I run INovak kick|. 0:14 


Third Quarter 


MD-N Novak 50 field qoal, 9:56 


MD-S Suter 1 pass from S McBnen INovak kickl 


4:46 


fourth Quarter 


WC-M Jones 2 run (Haivev kick failedl, 1 1 :44 


WC-Team safety (McBnen sacked), 1112 


MOJ. Allen 1 run INovak kickl. 6:55 


MD 


WC 


First Downs 23 


12 


Rushes-Yards 50-250 


48-156 


ComoAtt-Int 12-20^) 


MOO 


Passing Yards 140 


54 



Return Yards 



Sacked-Yards Lost 



218 



3-20 



Punts 



2-56,5 



744.7 



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3-0 



4-2 



Penalties-VSrds 



6-55 



5-38 



Time of Possession 



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RUSHING-llferyland. Downs 22-147. Allen 14-63. McBnen 6-32, Mernlls 3- 
1 7 WC, Munqin 7-43. M, Jones 10-37, Rodqefs 5-1 9, McCoy 6-17, 



PASSING-Maiyland, McBrien 1 1-I9-0-I28, Kelley 1-1-0-12 WC, Zolman 5-7- 
0-44, Rodqers 2-2-0-10, 



RECEMNCWitaryland. Parson 2-37, J, Williams 2-32, Suter 2-28, Niorxa 2- 
14, Fiddler II 2, D Miller 1-9, Harrison 1-8 WC, Gilmos 1-17, Nasfi M 1, 
Reqenthal 1-9 , Munqin 1-7, \)fcod 1 -4 



MISSED FIELD GOALS-Marylan d, Novak 57. 



TACKLES-Maryland. Henderson I M-l 5. Joe 5-5-10. Starlu 5-4-9. Mwriman 
51-6. M Williams 5-1-6. Feldtieim 4-1-5. Ambush 4-0-4. D Jackson 3-1-4, 
Wilson 2-2-4 WC, l^e!son?-l-10, Diurman 8*-8. Benton 6-0-6, 
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Wofford 8 



Chris Downs ran for 1 47 yards and a touchdown as Maryland beat Wofford 37-8, 

Josh Allen ran for two touchdowns and Nick Novak kicked three field goals for 
the Terrapins (3-2), who went over ,500 for the first time this season, Maryland has won 
10 of 11 at Byrd Stadium, 

Wofford (3-1 1 IS 3-28-2 all-time against current ACC teams. The Terners, ranked 
1 9th in Division l-AA, have lost six of seven games against l-A opponents since 1 982, 

Melvin Jones scored Woffords lone touchdown on a 2-yard run with II :44 left In 
the game. That ruined Marylands bid for its first shutout since Sept. 1 8, 1 999. 

Scott McBrien completed 1 1 of 1 9 passes for 1 28 yards and a touchdown for the 
Terrapins, 

Novak kicked field goals of 39 and 43 yards in the first guarter, and Maryland 
scored on its first possession of the second guarter for a 1 3-0 lead. 

McBrien moved the Terrapins 46 yards in eight plays, with Downs scoring his 
fifth touchdown of the season on a 6-yard run off right tackle with 9:57 remaining in the 
first half, 

Maryland ate up 6:0 1 on an 85-yard dnve near the end of the half, going ahead 
20-0 with 1 4 seconds re- 
maining in the half when 
Allen dove in from the 1 , 

Downs' 8-yard run 
to the left on the fifth snap 
of the 1 6-play drive gave 
him 1 04 yards, the Terra- 
pins' first 1 00-yard rushing 
effort of the season, 

Novak dnlled a 51- 
yard field goal early in the 
third quarter and McBrien 
found Steve Suter along 
the right sideline for a 1 0- 
yard scoring pass for a 30- 
lead. 

After Jones' touch- 
down. Wofford cut the 
deficit to 30-8 when defen- 
sive tackle Anthony Jones 
tackled McBrien in the end 
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Maryland 48 
West Virginia 17 

Freshman reserve Josh Allen ran for 116 yards and two touchdowns, as Mary- 
land used a 28-point first quarter to beat West Virginia, 48-1 7. 

Maryland (4-2) had five touchdown plays of more than 20 yards, including four 
in the first guarter The 28 points were the most In a quarter by the Terrapins since they 
scored 29 in the opening quarter against Duke in 1 982. 

Allen became the first Maryland freshman since 1 998 to top 1 00 yards in rush- 
ing. He broke three tackles on a 70-yard touchdown run late in the first quarter and had 
a one-yard TD run midway through the second quarter for a 35-0 lead. 

West Virginia (3-2) was held to its lowest yardage total of the season - 324 - and 
has given up points in bunches in both of its losses, Wisconsin scored 27 in the second 
quarter of a 34- 1 7 victory over the Mountaineers on Sept. 7, 

A week after setting a Big East record with 536 yards rushing against East Caro- 
lina, the nation's No. 2 offense didn't push Maryland around. 

West Virginia's 
Avon Cobourne ran 30 
times for 123 yards, setting 
a school record with his 
22nd 1 00-yard game. 

Scott McBrien 
opened the scoring with a 
21 -yard TD run and threw 
a 45-yard scoring pass to 
Jafar Williams late in the 
first quarter 

McBrien finished 8- 
of-lBfor 1 62 yards with a 
touchdown. West Virginias 
Rasheed Marshall was 1 2- 
of-24 for 1 05 yards with 
two interceptions and was 
sacked eight times m the 
contest. 



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3rd 


4th 


Final 


Maryland 


28 


7 


3 


10 


48 


West Virginia 





10 


7 





17 



First Quarter 



MD-S McBrien 21 run [Novak kickl. 1 1:08 



MD-J Allen 70 njn (Novak kick|, 3:48 



MDJ Williams 45 pass from S. McBnen INovak kickl. 2:23 



MD-S. Suter 80 punt return [Novak kickl, 0: 1 4 



Second Quarter 



MDJ Allen I run [Novak kickl, 6:18 



WVUA Cotmurne 6 run Pames kickl, 4:25 



WVU-T James 37 field qoal, 0:00 



Third Quarter 



WVU-T Johnson 4 pass from R, Marshall [James kickl, 8:20 



MDN Novak 37 field qoal, 2:27 



Fourth Quarter 



MD-N Novak 46 field qoal, 14:21 



MCK:. Downs 72 run [Novak kickl. 10:45 



MD 



WWU 



First Downs 



Rushes-Yards 



37-215 



57-186 



Com| >All-lnt 



16-32-3 



Passinq Yards 



162 



138 



Return Yards 



Sacked-ftrds Lost 



1-15 



842 



Punts 



6-43.3 



3-2 



0-0 



Penalnes-Yards 



8-76 



6-39 



Time of Possession 



24:43 



35:17 



INDMDUAl. SIATUTICS 



RUSHING-Maiyland. Allen 16-1 16. Downs 4-67. Lynch 4-17. Merrills 2-4, 
Parson 1-5, McBnen 7-4, Fiddler M WVU, Coboume 30-123, Marshall 16- 
33, Wilson 6-1 5, Braxton 1-11 



PASSING-Maryland, McBnen 8-18-0-1 62, Kelley 0-2-00 WVU. Marshall 1 2- 

24-2-105, Embick 4^-1-31 

RECEMNG-Maryland, J Williams 2-70, Suter 2-34,'Hamson 2-32T Parson 'l- 
2 1 , Allen 1 -5 WVU, Henderson 8-38, Johnson M 9. D, Smith 2- 1 1 . Coboume 

h2a Garvin I 23, Wil son 1-12. Page 1-7. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS-none 



TACKLESAIaryland. Henderson 1 4- 1 - 1 5. Cochran 7-6-1 3, Slatlu 9-3- 1 2, Joe 
6-5-1 1. M, Williams 4-3-7. Feldhelm 2-5-7, Henley 5-0-5, Cox 4-1-5. 0. 
Jackson 3-2-5. S, Smith 3-2-5. WVU. Collins 4-1-6. J, Davis 3-4-7. King 3-3- 

-6, Wiley 3-3-6, Wilgy 3-3-6, Thaxlon 1-4-5 

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Georgia Tech 10 



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MW Novat 35 field goal. 7:53 



Second Quaiter 



In the first half, Cfins Downs couldn't take more tfian a step or two before run- 
ning into a Georgia Tecfi wfiite jersey. After that, the 5-foot-8 tailback zipped through 
holes that could have accomodated someone twice his size. 

Downs ran for a career-high 2 1 2 yards and three TDs as Maryland cruised to its 
fourth straight victory, 34-10, over Georgia Tech. Downs ran for 109 yards and two 
scores in the third quarter alone as the defending ACC champions turned a 6-3 halftime 
lead into a 20-3 advantage. 

After digging a huge hole for the Yellow Jackets in the third quarter. Downs 
buned them with 7:40 remaining, running 64 yards down the right sideline for a touch- 
down to make it 27-3. 

Scooter Monroe had five catches for 105 yards for Maryland (5-2, l-I), which 
needed overtime to beat the Yellow Jackets in 200 1 . Monroe is the first Terrapin with a 
1 00-yard receiving game since Jason Hatala in 1 997. 

The Yellow Jackets endured their most lopsided loss since a 34-7 defeat against 
Florida State in 1998. 

Umited to 33 yards rushing in the first half, the Ten-apins amassed 54 yards on 
the ground — all by 
Downs — in their opening 
drive of the third quarter 
Downs capped the 76-yard 
march with a 1 5-yard TD 
run. After a Georgia Tech 
punt. Downs finished an 
80-yard drive with a I -yard 
TD to make it 20-3 

Georgia Techs first 
possession of the game 
featured a 51 -yard a/n by 
Gordon Clinkscale but 
ended with Luke Manget 
missing a 45-yard field 
goal 

Maryland then 
moved 55 yards in six plays 
before Nick Novak kicked 
a 35f ardef for a 3-0 lead 

The Yellow Jackets 
(ixxinted a promising drive 
early in the second quar- 
ter, but Tech lost a fumble 
at the Maryland 22, and 
the Terps put together a 
68-yard march that re- 
sulted in a 27-y3rd field 
goal. AJ. Suggs then took 
Georgia Tech to the Mary- 
land 2 before Manget 
kicked a 1 9-yard field goal. 



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GH,Maixietl9fieldaoal, 1:16 



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MDC Downs I gin INovat fciclcl, 6:00 



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MDC Downs 64 njn |Nova> IdCkl, 7.40 



MOO. Foxwoftfi 12 fumble letum (Novak tadcl. 7:19 



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Downs 26-212, McBrien 4-9. Men 6-5 GI Onkscate 
;4. Daniels 10-24, B*)o 44 



RUSIN&Maryland. McBrien 1 1-190-198, Keley 1-2-0-12. GT Suggs 28-45- 
0-272. ailx) 2-80-33 



RECEMNfrMaiyland, Monroe 5-1 06, Suter 2-29, J VMHams 2-25, \te*er I- 
22, Lyncfi M7. Harison l-I I. GT Vtetkira 9-127. J Smtfi 7-65, Glover 5- 
27. Thomas 3-3 1, Logan 2-15. Daniels 1-19. 



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6, Joe 5-1-6, Fek»Bm 4-2-6, Dicketson 2-4-6, Cocrran 50-5, Co« 4-1-5, 
Itoundnw 3-2-5, Saks 1-3-4, K Srr«i 30-3 GT Cox 6-1-7 l*,iyiES 5-1-6, 
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Duke 12 



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MD^g. Novak 51 field goal, 10.10 



MD-S Suter 63 punt return INovak kickl. 8: 1 4 



Scott McBrien threw for two touchdowns and ran for another as Maryland won its 
fifth straight game, defeating Duke, 45-12. 

The Terrapins (6-2, 2- 1 ACC| have outscored their opponents 209-50 during their 
current winning streak and have won 25 of 29 in the series against Duke |2-7, 0-5|. 

McBrien completed 1 6 of 2 1 passes for 264 yards, and the Maryland defense 
intercepted three passes. Two came against Adam Smith, who threw for 353 yards the 
previous week and had thrown just two interceptions in his previous 191 attempts. 

Duke avoided the shutout when it scored twice against Marylands backups in 
the final 4:49. 

Maryland scored four different ways to open a 31-0 halftime lead. Nick Novak 
had a 5 1 -yard field goal early in the game, and Steve Suter returned a punt 63 yards less 
than two minutes later to get Maryland rolling. 

Suters third punt return for a touchdown set a single-season Maryland record 
and tied the Terps' career mark. 

Duke's deepest penetration in the first half was to the Maryland 21, but Chris 
Douglas was thrown for a loss on 3rd-and-2, and Brent Garber missed a 40-yard field- 
goal attempt. _ 

Josh Allen then 
capped a 77-yard drive 
with an 1 1-yard score be- 
fore being injured as Duke 
fell behind 1 7-0 for the sec- 
ond straight week. 

Duke coach Carl 
Franks benched Smith mid- 
way through the second 
quarter. But Maryland kept 
Its momentum when 
Curome Cox returned an 
interception nine yards for 
a score on backup QB 
Chris Dapolitos second se- 
ries. 

Smith returned a 
series later, but he couldn't 
move the offense, and 
Maryland drove 80 yards 
to complete a near-perfea 
half. McBrien completed 
passes of 14 and 28 yards 
on the drive before scoring 
from three yards out. 

McBnen hit Latrez 
Hamson with a 69-yard TD 
pass on the third play of 
the second half to put the 
Terrapins up by 38 points. 



Second Quarter 



MD-J, Allen 1 1 mn INovak kick|. 10:21 



M&C. Cox 9 interteptiQn return [Novak tack). 6:17 



MD-S. McBrien 3 mn INovak fcickl, 0:25 



Third Quarter 



MDL Hamson 69 pass from S. McBnen INovak Bckl. 1 3:42 



MPS Monroe 16 pass from S, McBnen (Novak kickl, 4:50 



Fourth Quarter 



DU-IC Sfiaipe 1 5 pass from C. Dapolito (kick bloctedi. 4:49 



UH- Johnson 2 pass from C. Wispelway (kick failedl. 0:47 



MP 



DU 



First Downs 



Rushes-Vards 



40-151 



34-129 



CompAl-Int 



17-24-1 



Passing >ards 



277 



202 



Retjnftfds 



140 



139 



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Tnie of Possession 



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D- xqlas 10-38. Vtede 5-22. 



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feperway 2-30-26. 



RECEfvl.'JGAHiyianO, Hamson 3-103, Monroe 3-42. Melende? 3-37, Downs 
2-1 3 Wiliams 1-28, Lynch 1-18, Dugan 1-14, Mernls 1-13, Parson 1-6. DU, 
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Maryland 59 
North Carolina 7 



Chris Downs ran for 157 yards and four toucfidowns, leading Maryland past 
North Carolina 59-7 for its sixth straight victory. 

It was IVIaryland's first win at UNC since 1 988, and the biggest margin of victory 
in a series that dates to 1920 The Terrapins improved to 7-2, 3-1 in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference. 

Steve Suter tied a Division I record with his fourth punt return for a touchdown in 
the season, a 77-yarder that gave IVIaryland a 24-7 lead about six minutes before half- 
time. 

North Carolina (2-7, 0-5) actually led 7-0 - on a one-yard sneak by quarterback 
C.J. Stephens - but ended up with its fourth straight loss. 

After Maryland tied the score at 7-7 on Scooter Monroe's 80-yard TD reception, 
the Terrapins took the lead for good 1 .06 into the second quarter on a 38-yard field goal 
by Nick Novak. 

Downs' first touchdown was a nine-yard run that put Maryland up 1 7-7 about 
five minutes into the sec- 
ond quarter Downs later 
gave Maryland a 3 1 -7 half- 
time lead with a 36-yard 
run with 1:1 1 to go before 
the break. He rushed 14 
times for 93 yards in the 
first half alone. 

The senior also had 
a one-yard plunge on 
Maryland's first drive of the 
second half and a six-yard 
run with 8:48 left in the 
third quarter The latter was 
set up by a 70-yard pass 
from Scott McBrien to Mon- 
roe two plays before. 

Monroe had three 
catches for 1 67 yards to 
top 1 00 yards receiving for 
the second time in three 
games. It marked the third 
consecutive game that 
Maryland had a 1 00-yard 
receiver after going the 
previous 57 games without 
one. 

McBnen left the 
game in the third quarter 
with I90yardson6-for-ll 
passing. Terps' freshman 
Josh Allen scored on runs 
of 60 and two yards in the 
second half. 




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First Quarter 


NC-C.J. Stephens 1 run (Omer kick), 8:34 


MD S Monroe 80 pass from S. McBrien (Novak kick),0J3 


Seiond Quarter 


MD-N. Novak 38 field goal, 10:54 


MD-S. Suter 77 punt return (Novak kick),S:46 


MD-C. Downs 36 run (Novak kick), 1:11 


Third Quarter 






MD-C Downs 1 run (Novak kick), 11:35 


MD-C. Downs 6 run (Novak kick), 8:48 


MD-J.AIien2run(Novakkickl,0:18 


fourth Quarter 


MD-J. Allen 60 run (Novak kick), 5:25 


MD 




UNC 


First Downs 21 




20 


Rushes-Yards 49-388 




35-79 


Comp-Att-Int 7-14-0 




21-42-1 


Passing Yards 200 




233 


Return Yards 133 




91 


Sacked Yards lost 1-11 




5-28 


Punts 3-34.7 




8-37.5 


Fumbles-lost 0-0 




1-0 


Penalties Yards 12-119 




10-87 


Tniie of Possession 29:22 




30:38 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 



RUSHING-Maryland, Downs 19-157, Allen 6-91, Harrison 3-52, Kelley 7- 
24. lynch 4-19, McBrien 2-16, Parson 3-13, Fiddler 3-10. UNC, Carey 17- 
67, Bake r 7-6, Pa rker 4-5, lewisji^ 



PASSING Maryl3nd,Mc6rien6 11-0 190,Kelley1-3-0-10.UNC,Stephens 
17 30 I 179,Bakor4 120-54. 



RECEIVINO-Maryland,Monroc3-167,DownsM6,MelendCil-10,J.Wil- 
llamsl-7,Allenl-O.UNC.Aikenia-102,Ponock3-37,Hllton2-20,Mltchell 

2- 19, Borders 1-39. _ 

MISSED FIELD GOALS none. '"' ' 

TACKIES M,iryland. Joe 8 2 10, Merriman 7-1-8, M.Williams 4 2 6, 
ShimeJ 2 5,Henderson3 2 -5,5tarksl-4 -5,Cox4-0- 4,Ambush3 1- 
■4,Foxworth3-1-4.UNC,Reid4-5 -9,Stewart1-8"9,Curry3-4-7,Knlght 

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No. 25 Maryland 24 

No. 13 NC State 21 



Maryland has just about mastered the cliffhanger victory over NC State. Nick 
Novak kicked a 26-yard field goal with 34 seconds remaining in the Terps' homecoming, 
extending the Terrapins' winning streak to seven with a 24-2 1 victory over the 1 3th- 
ranked Wolfpack. 

The Terrapins overcame a 1 4-point second-half deficit to make it three consecu- 
tive last-second victories over NCSU. The victory moved Maryland (8-2, 4-1 ) into second 
place in the conference, putting it on pace for a New Year's Day bowl game. With the 
loss, NC State (9-2, 4-2| became the highest-ranked opponent to lose to Maryland in 1 2 
years. 

On its final drive, Maryland got the ball with 3:22 remaining and drove 5 1 yards, 
benefiting from a 3rd-and-2 option run by quarterback Scott McBrien. On the next play 
McBrien completed a 36-yard pass to Steve Suter, to put the Terrapins in field-goal posi- 
tion 

NC State had a chance to tie in the final seconds, but Philip Rivers' long pass was 
intercepted by l?aymond Custis inside the 20 with 1 4 seconds to play 

Suter also scored his first career rushing touchdown in the second quarter on a 
64-yard reverse, 

McBrien was 10- 
for- 18 for 130 yards, but 
he tied the game with 9:26 
to play on a 2 1 -yard touch- 
down run after the 
Wolfpack fell for his fake 
handoff up the middle to 
Chris Downs. The score 
was set up by Domonique 
Foxworth's 26-yard inter- 
ception return. 

Bruce Perry last 
year's ACC Offensive Player 
of the Year, scored his first 
touchdown of the season 
on a nine-yard run to pull 
Maryland within seven, 2 1 - 
1 4, in the third quarter 

Rivers was 24-for- 
40 for 297 yards, but he 
struggled under 

Maryland's pressure late in 
the game and had eight 
straight incompletions in 
the fourth quarter 

Adam Kiker missed 
a 28-yard field goal at- 
tempt which would have 
given the Wolfpack at 1 0- 
point lead with 1 1 :20 to 
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First Quarter 


NCSU-J. Cotchery 32 pass from P. Rivers (Kiker kick), 10:36 


Sewnd Quarter 


NCSU-P. Rivers Irur 


(Kiker kick), 13:48 






MD-S Suter 64 run 


(Novak kick), 13:05 






Third Quarter 










NCSU 1 Brown 2 run (Kiker kick),6:03 


MD-B Perry 9 run (Novak kick). 


2:47 






Fourth Quarter 


MD-S. McBrien 21 run (Novak kick),9:26 


MD-N. Novak 26 field goal, 0:34 






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First Downs 




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21 


Rushes- Yards 




40-202 




36-109 


Comp-Att-Int 




10-18-0 




24-40-2 


Passing Yards 




130 




297 


Return Yards 




87 




57 


Sacked Yards Lost 




1-10 




2-5 


Punts 




7-41.6 




6-40.0 


Fumbles-Lost 




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0-0 


Penalties-Yards 




10-95 




7-65 


Time of Possession 




26:17 




33:43 


INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 



RUSHING Maryland, Downs 17-77, Suter 1-64, li^cBrien 9-33. Perry 10 

23,Lynch2 7 NCSU,J Brown 17 70,Mclendon9 32, Rivers9J5^ 

PASSING Maryland. McBrien 10 IB HO N(SU,Rivers24 40 2 297. 
RECEIVING Maryland, I Williams 3 55, Suter 2 44, Momoe 2 13, Downs 
1-7, Lynch 1 7, Ougan 1 4 NCSU, Cotchery 12 144, McLendon 3-37. J. 

Brown 3-24, Hicks 2-52, Peterson 2 19, Edwards M 3; 

MISSED FIELD GOALS Kiker 28 



TACKIES Maryland,Henderson9 7 16,JoeS 6 -11,M.WilltanH8-1~9. 
Starks4 5 9,fOKworth7 1 8,Wilson7 1 8, Ambush 3-4- -7, Cochran 
4-2 6, Cox 4 1 S.NCSU.MaddoxtO 1 11,Burnette7-2 9,Thomas6- 
^:?J^olIS:0^JJ^udsgn 4-g -4, Ander son 30- 3. 



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Clcmson 12 



Maryland's victory over Clemson was a good example of how far the Terrapins 
have come since they last visited Death Valley Maryland (9-2, 5- 1 ACC) held Clemson |6- 
5, 4-4| to 21 1 total yards in a 30-12 win. 

Scott McBrien threw three touchdown passes and ran for another as the Terra- 
pins won their eighth straight game and their first game at Clemson since 1 985, McBrien 
went 1 3-of-23 for 1 53 yards and ran for 67 yards on nine carries. He also threw three 
interceptions 

Maryland set its defensive scheme to stop the run and make Clemson struggle. 
And It worked, as the Tigers rushed for just 81 yards, compared with 285 for the Terra- 
pins. 

Clemson's offense made it inside the Maryland 20 four times and came away 
with nothing but four Aaron Hunt field goals. It was the first time the Tigers failed to 
score a touchdown since losing 38-3 in 2001 to North Carolina and for the first time 
against Maryland since 1979. 

Maryland turned the ball over three times, compared with just one turnover for 
Clemson. Terrapin coach 
Ralph Friedgen said he 
was proud of his team for 
rtot getting rattled. 

Maryland started 
the sconng with a I -yard 
TD pass from McBnen to 
Derek Miller. McBnen set 
up the score with a career- 
best 54-yard scramble on 
a 3rd-and-4 Nick Novak 
missed the extra point 

The Terrapins took 
a 1 3-3 lead when McBrien 
found a wide open Jafar 
Williams on a 34-yard 
touchdown pass midway 
through the second quar- 
ter. Novaks 19-yard field 
goal with 33 seconds left 
gave Maryland a 1 6-6 lead 

The Terrapins then 
squibbed the kickoff, let- 
ting the Tigers start at their 
own 40. Four plays later, 
Demck Hamilton caught a 
42-yard desperation pass 
to set up a 22-yard field 
goal by Aaron Hunt as the 
half ended. 



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MD-J Wi lliams 34 pass from S. McBrif n (Novak kick), 7:55 



MD-A.HunliSficId goal, 6:12 



MD-N.Novakl9(ieldqoal.0:33 



CU-A. Hum 22 field goal, 0:(X) 



Third Ouaner 



MP-i. Dugan 4 pass from S. McBrien (Novak kick), 5:13 



CU-A. Hunt 42 field goal, 0:29 



Fourth Quarter 



MO-S. McBrien 3 run (Novak kick). 8 J3 



CU 



First Downs 



RuslKS-Yanls 



59-285 



25-81 



Comp-Att-Int 



Passing Yards 



130 



Return Yards 



152 



277 



Sacked-Yards Lost 



Punts 



3-41.7 



7-35.1 



fumbles-Lost 



Penalties-Yanjs 



4-31 



time of Possession 



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RUSHING-Maryland, Downs 20-101. Perry 1 7-<9,McBrien 9-67. Lynch 8- 
28. Allen 3 19 CU. Rambert 12-43, Hamilton 2-24,Whitehurst 8-11 



PASSING-Maryland, McBrien 13-23-3-153, Harrison 0-1-0-0. CU, 
Whitetiursi 12-26-1-130. 



RfCBVING-Maryland, J. Williams 2-49, Harrison 2-37, Surer 2-24, Petty 
2-18.Dugan2 13.Monroe 1-7.Downs1-4,Mille^1-l.CU.Youn9blood3- 
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MISSED FIELD GOALS-none. 

%CKL£5 Maryland. Henderson 10-2-12, Joe 5-2-7. Starte 3-3-6, Co« 
5-0-5, M Williams 3-2 -S.Wilson 3-0-3, Roundtree 3-0-3,M.Smith 2- 
1-3, Cochran 2-1-3.CU. Leake 6-5- 11. Thomas 7-3-10. Meekins 6-3- 
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No. 18 Maryland 13 

Anger and emotion proved to be a powerful combination for Virginia. The Cava- 
liers used a near-flawless game by Matt Schaub and big plays by their defense to stun 
No. 18 Maryland, 48-13. Schaub threw three TD passes and Wall Lundy scored three 
times for the Cavaliers. 

Virginia wrapped up second place in the ACC, while the loss ended Maryland's 
eight-game winning streak. 

Schaub was 23-for-27 for 249 yards, becoming the Cavaliers' single-season yard- 
age leader with 2,751 and extending his TD pass record to 26. Billy McMullen caught 
seven passes for 92 yards, becoming only the third player in ACC history to get 200 
career receptions. 

Maryland drove easily downfield on its opening possession, using eight plays to 
go 80 yards and taking a 7-0 lead on Scott McBrien's 1 1 -yard pass to Chris Downs. 

Then, the momentum changed in a hurry. 

Early in the second quarter, Jermaine Hardy intercepted McBrien's pass and re- 
turned it to the Terps' 27. 

On the first play 

after the interception, 
Schaub hit Jason Snelling 
in the left flat and the full- 
back dodged tacklers and 
dove for the TD. That gave 
the Cavaliers a 1 0-7 lead - 
and gave Schaub a school 
record with scoring passes 
in 1 2 straight games. 

The Cavs forced 
Maryland to go three-and- 
out and then drove 69 
yards in 1 3 plays to set up 
a 27-yard field goal by 
Hughes. Angelo Crowell 
forced a fumble three plays 
later and Chns Canty re- 
covered at the Terps' 22. 
Schaub then hit Lundy 
with a seven-yard sconng 
pass for a 20-7 halftime 
lead. 

Virginia scored 14 
points in the first eight min- 
utes of the third quarter to 
go ahead 34-7. 



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first Quarter 



MD-C. Downs 1 1 pass from S. McBrien (Novak kidi), 1 1 J6 



Second Quarter 



VAC Hugh es 47 field goal, 14:56 



VA-J.Snell inq 27 pass fr om M. Schaub (Hughes kick), 13:43 



VA-C.Hughes27field goal, 4:48 



VA-W. Lundy 7 pass from M. Schaub (Hughes kick). 2.-03 



ThirdOuarter 



VA-M.McG rew 37 pass from B Mc Mullen (Hughes kick). 12J9 



VA-W.Lundy 2 4 pass from M, Schau b (Hughes kick), 7:13 



MD-N. Novak 32 field goal, 2:53 



fourth Quarter 



MD-N. Novak 32field goal, 10:15 



VA-W. Lundy 6 run (Hughes kick), 5:41 



VA-M. Johnson S run (Hughes kick), 3:09 



Rrst Downs 



Rushes-Yards 



32-138 



Comp-Att-Int 



13-25-2 



24-28-0 



Passing Yards 



196 



286 



Return Yards 



Sadted-YardsLost 



2-15 



0-0 



Punts 



5-38.6 



3-34.0 



00 



Penalties-Yards 



10-93 



MO 



Time of Possession 



INDIVIDUAL STATISnCS 



RUSHING-Maryland. Perry 10-95, Downs 15-40, Suter 1-6. UVa. Lundy 
19-84. Weeks 10-47, Schaub 4-8, Johnson 2-6. 



PASSING-Maryland McBrien 13-25-2-196. UVa. Schaub 23-27-0-249, 
McMullen 1-1-0-37. 



RECBVINC-Maryland. Monroe 5- 57.JWilliams2-77.Harrisan2-33.Dawm 
2-12.UVa.McMullen 7-92. Snelling 7-76. Lun<>y 4-54. 



MISSED FIELD GOALS-Maryland. Novak. 28 (Mkd) UVa. Hughes. 37. 



TACKLES- Maryland, Henderson 15-4- 19. Wilson 10-4-14, Starks 6-3- 
9, Foxworth 5-0-5, M. Williams 4-0-4. Joe 4-0-4, Ambush 4-0-4, 
Cochran 3-1-4, Cochran 3-1-4. UVa, Crowell 6-3-9, Evans 4-3-7, 
Robertson 5-0-5, Blackstoct 3-2-5, Canty 4-0-4. 



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No. 25 Maryland 32 
Wake Forest 14 



A terrific afternoon for Maryland ended just thie way the Terrapins planned it - 
with an invitation to play in the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl Scott McBrien threw for 257 
yards and two touchdowns in the first half alone, as No. 23/25 Maryland took a 27-point 
lead and cruised past Wake Forest, 32-14, 

It was the perfect ending to a regular season in which the Terrapins finished tied 
for second in the ACC and recorded a second straight 1 0-win season for the first time in 
school history. 

Led by McBrien, Maryland amassed 383 yards in offense in going ahead 27-0 at 
halftime. The Demon Deacons got two TD runs from Tarence Williams during a rainy 
third quarter, but their first half proved too much to overcome. 

McBrien finished 17-for-28 for a career-high 275 yards and two TDs, and Nick 
Novak kicked three field goals to help the Terrapins gain their ninth win in 10 games. 

Maryland's first possession ended with Chris Downs losing a fumble at the Wake 
27. It turned out to be the only time the Demon Deacons' defense stopped the Terrapins 
in the first half. 

After E.J. Henderson intercepted a MacPherson pass and fumbled the ball away 
the Terrapins forced a punt 
and moved 56 yards in a 
dnve that ended with a 
field goal. 

Another intercep- 
tion - this time by Dennard 
Wilson - was followed by 
McBrien completing three 
passes for 53 yards and 
rushing twice for 1 yards 
before James Lynch scored 
on a one-yard run to make 
it 10-0. 

The Terrapins 
made it 1 7-0 on their next 
possession. McBrien 
opened the drive with a 
3 1 -yard completion to Rich 
Parson, and two plays later 
Downs caught a screen 
pass and zigzagged 38 
yards for his 1 5th TD of the 
season. 

Maryland went up 
24-0 when McBrien 
capped an 80-yard march 
with anil -yard TD pass to 
Parson, and Novak ended 
the Terrapins' sensational 
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MD-J. Lynch 1 run (Novak kick), 13:00 


MD-C. Downs 38 pass from S.McSrien (Novak kick), 9:19 


MD-R.Parson 11 pass from S. McBrien (Novak kick), 2:47 


MD-N. Novak 38 field qoal,0:00 


Third Quarter 


WF-T. Williams 2 run (Wisnosky kick), 4:14 


WFT Williams 2 run (Wisnosky kick), 1:21 


Fourtli Quarter 


MD-N. Novak 28 field goal, 12:54 


MD-Team safety (E.J. Henderson). 4:42 


MD 


WFU 




First Downs 28 


19 




Rushes-Yards 52-258 


45-198 




Comp-Att-Int 17-28-0 


8-21-2 




Passing Yards 275 


153 




Return Yards 74 


80 




Sacked-Yards lost 0-0 


2-18 




Punts 4-47.0 


5-39.8 




Fumbles-Lost 2-2 


0-0 




Penalties-Yards 4-35 


3-20 




Time of Possession 35:02 


24:58 




INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 


RUSHING Macyland, Perry 19-85, Downs 15-78, McBrien 8-42, Lyncll 8- 
39.Sutor2 14 wr,Williams21-108,Barclay 12-51, Mughelli 6-35. 



PASSING Maryland, McBrien 17-28-0-275. Wf, Randolph 7-16-1-142, 

MacPherson 15- Ml. 

RECEIVING M3ryland.Monroe4 53,J.Williams3-64,Parson3-47,Downs 

2 <l2,lynlh 2 M.wrjandfried 3-99,Anderson2-28. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS-none. 



TACKLESMaryland,Hendersonl6-3 -19,Starks7-2--9,Joe6-l- 7,M.Wil- 
liams 3-2-5, Cochran 3-2-5, Shime 2-3-5, Foxworth 4-0- -4. Roundlree 
2-2-4. Merriman2-l-3,Ambushl-2-3.WF, White 9-0-9. Williams 6- 

3:-9,Bta«tori 71 - 8, Brantl ey 61-7, Bracy 6-1-7. 

A-39,066 ^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 



GHlGKFOa PB3GH BOIUL 

aBBRBiaoBm 
anaoTa aa 

BBG 31 7BB7 

No. 20 Maryland 30 
Tennessee 3 

A victory on the final day of 2002 helped Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen forget 
one of the year's most disappointing losses, 

Scott McBrien ran for two touchdowns and Curome Cox returned an intercep- 
tion 54 yards for another score as the No. 20 Terrapins beat Tennessee 30-3 in the Chick- 
fil-A Peach Bowl. 

Nick Kovak kicked three field goals for the Terps, who reached 1 1 wins for the 
first time since 1 976. They also won a bowl for the first time in 1 7 years, removing some 
of the sting from the previous season's loss to Florida in the Orange Bowl. 

All-American linebacker E.J. Henderson had three sacks, four tackles for loss, 
broke up four passes and forced a fumble. He was selected as the defensive Most Out- 
standing Player McBrien, the Most Outstanding Player on offense, finished 1 1 -of- 1 9 for 
1 20 yards. Bruce Perry, finally healthy ran for 50 yard on 1 5 carries. 

The Vols (8-5) completed their worst season since 1 988. Casey Clausen com- 
pleted 23 of 37 passes for 242 yards, but made an ill-timed throw in the second quarter 
to give Maryland some momentum. 

Scrambling out of the pocket, he lofted a screen pass toward an area cluttered 
with offensive linemen. Cox picked it off, then raced across the field and sprinted away 
from everyone for his sec- 
ond touchdown of the sea- 
son, 

Maryland's only 
turnover came early in the 
third quarter, when wide 
receiver Latrez Harrison 
fumbled after a 1 7-yard re- 
ception. Mark Jones recov- 
ered and returned it 18 
yards to the Terrapins 4 1 , 
the best field position of 
the game for the Vols. 

Tennessee eventu- 
ally drove to the 1 2 and had 
first-and- 1 0, But Henderson 
forced a fumble on the next 
play with a hard hit on Der- 
rick Tinsley and Terp 
cornerback Domonique 
Foxworth recovered at the 
7-yard line. 

Novak completed 
the ensuing drive with his 
second field goal, extending 
the lead to 20-3, and 
McBrien added his final 
touchdown early in the 
fourth quarter to put it away 



BOXSEORB 



1st 



2nd 



3rd 



Tennessee 



Maryland 



First Quarter 



M D-S. McBrien 1 run (Novak kick), 6:00 



Second Quarter 



MD-C. Cox 54 interception return (Novak kick). 11 :32 



UT-A.Walls 38 field goal, 4:46 



MD-N. Novak 48 field goal, 0:47 



Third Quar ter 



MD-N. Nov ak 44 field goal, 6:48 



Fourth Quarter 
'mD-S, M cBrien 6 run (Novak kick), 12:55 



MD-N. N ovak 25 fieldaoal. 4:12 



MP 



First Downs 



Rushes-Yards 

Com]);An-lnt 

Passing Yards 

Relurnjfards 

Sacked-VardsLost 



45-154 



27-45 



23-37-1 



120 



242 



1-2 



615 



Punts 


3-50.3 


6-47.7 




Fumbles-Lost 


2-1 


1-1 




Penalties-Yards 


2-10 


8-68 




Time of Possession 


33:16 


26:44 













INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 



RUSHING Maryland. Perry 15-50. Downs 15-41,McBrien 7-36, Walker 1- 
9, Allen ! 9 UI, Houston 9 i4.Fl eminQ2-13,J.DiVls3-10. 



PASSING Mdryl.mil, McBrien 11 19-0-120. UT.CIausen 23-37-1-242. 



RECEIVING M.iiyland, Harrison 4-74, Walker 2-27,Perry 2-10, Downs I- 

6,Dugan 1 5 UI.T Biown s;s,Fayton 5 -68, Wllten 5-41. 

MISSED FIELOGOAIS Walls 41, 



TACKLES-Maryland, Henderson 12 0-12, Wilson 4-4-8, Cox 7-0-7, M. 
Williams5'2 -7, Joe 5-1--6, Foxworth 5-0 5, Ambush 4-1-5, Jones 3- 

1 -4.UT,G.Wilson 10-2-12,Whiteside8-2-10.Mltchell 7-1-8, Baker 4- 

2 6, Greer 3-2-5,Fra_nklln 2-3:^5, 

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annual rggdrds ano FiniSHGS 

Annual win-loss records since 1892 (SAIAA-South Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Association; SC-Southern Conference; ACC-Atlantic Coast Conference.} 






Year 


Overall 
Record 


H 


A 


N 


PF 


PA 


Conf. 


Conf. 
Rec. 


Conf. 
Finish 


Final AP 
Coach Rank Bowl Game 


1892 


0-3-0 


0-1-0 


0-1-0 


0-1-0 


(0.0| 


128(42.7) 








m\\ Skinner 


1893 


6-0-0 


5-0-0 


1-0-0 




104(17.3) 


16(2.71 








Samuel Hardinq 


1894 


4-3-0 


3-aO 


1-3-0 




106(15.11 


76(10.9) 








J.G. Bannon 


1895 


NO TEAM 




















1896 


6-2-2 


5-2-2 


I -0-0 




112(11.21 


34 (3.4) 








Grenville Lewis 


1897 


2-4-0 


2-2-0 


0-2-0 




44 (7.31 


68(11.3) 








Grenville Lewis 


1898 


2-5-1 


1-2-0 


1-3-1 




80(10.01 


147(18.4) 








Franl< Kenly 


1899 


14-0 


1-1-0 


0-3-0 




26 (5.21 


157(31,4) 








S.M. Cooke 


1900 


34-1 


24-1 


1-0-0 




68 (8.5) 


67 (8,4) 








FH. Peters 


1901 


1-7-0 


14-0 


0-2-0 


0-1-0 


49(6.11 


129(16,1) 








Emmons Dunbar 


1902 


3-5-2 


2-2-1 


0-2-1 


1-1-0 


28 (2.8) 


90 (9,0) 








D. John (Vlarkev 


1903 


7-4-0 


4-1-0 


1-3-0 


2-0-0 


104(9.5) 


64 (5.8) 








D. John Markey 


1904 


24-2 


0-0-1 


24-1 




33(4.11 


62 (7,8) 








D. John Markey 


1905 


64-0 


5-1-0 


1-3-0 




131 (13.1) 


66 (6.6) 








Fred Neilsen 


1906 


5-3-0 


3-0-0 


2-2-0 


0-1-0 


98(12.3) 


73(9.11 








Fred Neiisen 


1907 


3-6-0 


1-2-0 


1-4-0 


1-0-0 


44 (4.9) 


71 (7,9) 








Charles Melick 


1908 


3-8-0 


34-0 


04-0 




27 (2.5) 


204(18,5) 








Bill Lanq 


1909 


2-5-0 


1-1-0 


1-3-0 


0-1-0 


19(2.71 


103(14,7) 








Bill Lang and Dr Edward Larkin 


1910 


4-3-1 


2-0-0 


1-3-1 


1-0-0 


78 (9.8) 


42 (5,3) 








Royal Alston 


1911 


44-2 


4-3-2 


0-1-0 




• 37 (3.71 


72 (7,21 








Charley Donnellv/H.C. "Curlev" Byrd 


1912 


6-1-1 


4-0-0 


2-1-1 




191 (23.8) 


60(7.5) 








H.C, "Curley" Byrd 


1913 


6-3-0 


4-2-0 


2-1-0 




184(204) 


139(15,4) 








H,C. "Curlev" Byrd 


1914 


5-3-0 


3-1-0 


2-2-0 




72 (9.0) 


49(6,1) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1915 


6-3-0 


6-0-0 


0-3-0 




161 (17.9) 


69 (7,71 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1916 


6-2-0 


4-1-0 


2-1-0 




142(17.8) 


52 (6.5) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1917 


4-3-1 


3-0-0 


1-2-1 


0-1-0 


89(11.1) 


159(19.9) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1918 


4-1-1 


l-I-O 


1-0-1 


2-0-0 


57 (9.5) 


35 (5.8) 








H.C. "Curlev" Byrd 


1919 


54-0 


2-2-0 


3-2-0 




93(10.3) 


74 (8.2) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1920 


7-2-0 


3-0-0 


4-2-0 




149(16.6) 


55(6.1) 


SAIM 


1-1-0 


na 


H.C. "Curlev" Bvrd 


1921 


3-5-1 


0-1-0 


2-3-0 


1-1-1 


45 (5.0) 


127(14.1) 


SC 


1-2-0 


na 


H.C. "Curlev" Bvrd 


1922 


4-5-1 


0-0-1 


3-5-0 


1-0-0 


77(7,71 


137(13,7) 


sc 


1-2-1 


na 


H.C. "Curlev" Bvrd 


1923 


7-2-1 


5-0-0 


2-1-0 


0-1-1 


216(21.6) 


56 (5.6) 


SC 


3-1-0 


na 


H.C. "Curlev" Bvrd 


1924 


3-3-3 


2-1-1 


1-1-1 


0-1-1 


74 (8.21 


78 (8.7) 


sc 


2-2-1 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1925 


2-5-1 


I-I-O 


0-2-0 


1-2-1 


53 (6.6) 


82(10.3) 


sc 


04-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1926 


5-4-1 


3-0-1 


1-3-0 


1-1-0 


161 (16.1) 


93 (9.3) 


sc 


1-3-1 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1927 


4-7-0 


2-1-0 


1-4-0 


1-2-0 


186(16.9) 


144(13.1) 


sc 


2-3-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1928 


6-3-1 


3-1-0 


1-1-1 


2-1-0 


132(13.2) 


70 (7.0) 


sc 


2-2-1 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Bvrd 


1929 


4-4-2 


1-2-1 


1-1-1 


2-1-0 


148(14.8) 


133(13.3) 


sc 


1-2-1 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Bvrd 


1930 


7-5-0 


3-0-0 


24-0 


2-1-0 


231 (19.3) 


142(11,8) 


sc 


4-1-0 


na 


H.C, "Curlev" Bvrd 


1931 


8-1-1 


3-0-1 


2-1-0 


3-0-0 


194(19.4) 


98 (9,8) 


sc 


4-0-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Bvrd 


1932 


5-6-0 


2-1-0 


2-2-0 


1-3-0 


148(13.5) 


158(14,4) 


sc 


1-3-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Bvrd 


1933 


3-7-0 


2-1-0 


1-3-0 


0-3-0 


107(10.7) 


149(14.9) 


sc 


14-0 


9th 


H.C. "Curlev" Byrd 


1934 


7-3-0 


3-0-0 


0-3-0 


4-0-0 


143(14.3) 


49 (4,9) 


sc 


3-1-0 


T-3rd 


H.C. "Curley" Bvrd 


1935 


7-2-2 


1-0-1 


3-0-0 


3-2-1 


127(11.5) 


78(7.11 


sc 


3-1-1 


3rd 


Jack Faber 


1936 


6-5-0 


1-2-0 


2-2-0 


3-1-0 


117(10.61 


59 (5.41 


sc 


3-2-0 


T-5th 


Frank Dobson 


1937 


8-2-0 


3-0-0 


2-2-0 


3-0-0 


127(12.7) 


65 (6.5) 


sc 


2-0-0 


1st 


Frank Dobson 


1938 


2-7-0 


04-0 


0-3-0 


2-0-0 


86 (9.6) 


235(26.1) 


sc 


1-2-0 


12th 


Frank Dobson 


1939 


2-7-0 


1-2-0 


0-3-0 


1-2-0 


64(7.1) 


106(11,8) 


sc 


0-1-0 


14th 


Frank Dobson 


1940 


2-6-1 


0-3-1 


0-3-0 


2-0-0 


39 (4.3) 


171 (19,0) 


sc 


0-1-1 


12th 


Jack Faber/AI Heaqv/AI Woods 


1941 


3-5-1 


2-1-0 


0-2-0 


t-2-1 


49 (5.4) 


196 [21,81 


sc 


1-2-0 


12th 


Jack Faber/AI Heaqv/Al Woods 


1942 


7-2-0 


3-0-0 


1-2-0 


3-0-0 


198(22.0) 


124(13,8) 


sc 


1-2-0 


13th 


Clark Shauqhnessy 


1943 


4-5-0 


2-2-0 


1-3-0 


1-0-0 


105(11.7) 


194(21.6) 


sc 


2-0-0 


2nd 


Clarence Spears 


1944 


1-7-1 


0-3-1 


0-3-0 


1-1-0 


46(5.1) 


170(18.9) 


sc 


1-1-0 


6th 


Clarence Spears 


1945 


6-2-1 


3-1-0 


2-1-1 


1-0-0 


219(24.3) 


105111.7] 


sc 


3-2-0 


T-5th 


Paul "Bear" Bryant 


1946 


3-6-0 


2-2-0 


04-0 


I-O^ 


136(15.1) 


193(21.4) 


sc 


2-5-0 


12th 


Clark Shauqhnessy 


1947 


7-2-2 


3-0-1 


4-1-0 


0-1-1 


207 (18.8) 


121 (11.0) 


sc 


3-2-1 


T-6th 


Jim latum Gator Bowl (Georqia. 1 20-20) 


1948 


64-0 


2-2-0 


4-2-0 




207 (20.7) 


132(13.2) 


sc 


4-2-0 


6th 


Jim latum 


1949 


9-1-0 


4-0-0 


4-1-0 


I -0-0 


266 (26.6) 


81 (8.1) 


sc 


4-0-0 


2nd 


Jim Tatum # 1 4 Gator Bowl (Missouri, W. 20-7) 


1950 


7-2-1 


3-1-0 


3-1-1 


l-O-O 


274 (27.41 


120(12.0) 


sc 


4-1-1 


5th 


Jim Tatum 


1951 


1 0-0-0 


5-0-0 


3-0-0 


2-0-0 


381 (38.1) 


75 (7.5) 


sc 


5-0-0 


T-lst 


Jim Tatum #3 Suqar Bowl (Tennessee. W. 28-1 3) 


1952 


7-2-0 


3-0-0 


4-2-0 




218124.21 


85 (9.4) 








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aiianiic coasi conFORoncG ORa 

Overall 
Year Record HAN 


PF 


PA 


Conf. 


Conf. 
Rec. 


Conf. 
Finish 


Fina 
Coach r 


lAP 
tank 


Bowl Game 


1953 lOI-O 


5-0-0 


4-0O 


1-10 


298(27 1) 


38 (3.5] 


ACC 


300 


T-lst 


Jim latum 


Oranqe Bowl (Oklahoma, U 70) 


1954 7-2-1 


5-0-0 


2-2-1 




280 t28,0J 


67 (6.7) 


ACC 


40-1 


2nd 


Jim Tatum 


#8 




1955 lO-l-O 


5-0-0 


5-0-0 


O-IO 


217119.7J 


77 (7,0) 


ACC 


400 


T-Ist 


Jim Tatum 


#3 


Oranqe Bowl (Oklahoma, L 20-6) 


1956 2-7-1 


0-3-1 


24-0 




68 (6.8J 


168(16.8] 


ACC 


2-2-1 


4th 


Tommy Mont 






1957 5-5-0 


3-2-0 


2-3-0 




119111.9) 


144(14.4] 


ACC 


4-30 


T-3rd 


Tommy Mont 






1958 4-6-0 


1-2-0 


3-3-0 


O-IO 


132(13.2) 


175(17.5] 


ACC 


3-30 


5th 


Tommy Mont 






1959 5-5-0 


4-1-0 


1-3-0 


O-IO 


184(18.4) 


188(18.8] 


ACC 


4-20 


3rd 


Tom Nuoent 






1960 64-0 


2-2-0 


4-2-0 




171 (17.1) 


164(16.41_ 


ACC 


5-20 


3rd 


Tom Nuaent 






1961 7-3-0 


4-1-0 


3-2-0 




156(15.6) 


141 (14.1] 


ACC 


3-30 


3rd 


Tom Nuqent 






1962 6-4-0 


4-1-0 


2-30 




170(17.0) 


128(12.8] 


ACC 


5-20 


3rd 


Tom Nugent 






1963 3-7-0 


2-3-0 


1-3-0 


0-1 


148(14.8) 


20! (20.1] 


ACC 


2-50 


5th 


Tom Nugent 






1964 5-5-0 


3-2-0 


1-3-0 


l-OO 


164(16.4) 


126112.6J_ 


ACC 


4-30 


T-3rd 


Tom Nuaent 






1965 U-0 


14-0 


3-2-0 




132(13.2) 


164(16.4) 


ACC 


3-30 


T-5th 


Tom Nuqent 






1966 4-6-0 


4-1-0 


0-5-0 




180(18.0) 


204 (20.4) 


ACC 


3-30 


T-3rd 


Lou Saban 






1967 0-9-0 


04-0 


0-5O 




46(5.1) 


231 125.7J 


ACC 


0-6O 


8th 


Bob Ward 






1968 2-8-0 


2-3-0 


(MO 


O-IO 


171(17.1) 


299 I29.9J_ 


ACC 


2-50 


7th 


Bob Ward 






1969 3-7-0 


2-3-0 


140 




100(10.0) 


249 (24.9) 


Arc 


3-30 


T-3rd 


Roy Lester 






1970 2-9-0 


1-5-0 


1-30 


O-IO 


112(10.2) 


241 (21.9) 


ACC 


240 


T-6th 


Roy Lester 




1971 2-9-0 


24-0 


0-5O 




224 120.4) 


283 (25.7) 


ACC 


140 


7th 


Roy Lester 






1972 5-51 


4-1-0 


14-1 




243(22.1) 


217(19.7L 


ACC 


3-2-1 


3rd 


Jerry Claiborne 




1973 84-0 


4-2-0 


3-10 


1-10 


335 (27.9) 


141 (I1.8t_ 


ACC 


5-10 


2nd 


Jerry Claiborne 


#20 


Peach Bowl (Georaia. L 17-161 


1974 84-0 


5-1-0 


2-10 


1-20 


312J260L 


150(12.5) 


ACC 


600 


1st 


Jerry Claiborne 


#13 


Uberty Bowl (Tennessee, U 7-31 


1975 9-2-1 


4-1-0 


4-1-1 


l-OO 


312(26.0) 


150(12.5) 


ACC 


5-0O 


1st 


Jerry Claiborne 


#13 


Gator Bowl (Florida, W 1301 


1976 ll-l-O 


6-00 


500 


O-IO 


294 (24.5) 


115(9.6) 


ACC 


500 


1st 


Jerry Claiborne 


#6 


Cotton Bowl (Houston, L 30-21) 


1977 8+0 


4-2-0 


3-20 


100 


254(21.2) 


179il4.?L 


ACC 


4-20 


T-3rd 


Jerry Claiborne 




HaH of Fame Bowl (Minnesota, W 1 7-7) 


1978 9-3-0 


4-1-0 


5-10 


0-1 


261 (21.8) 


167(13.91_ 


ACC 


5-10 


2nd 


Jerry Claiborne 


#20 


Sun Bowl (Texas, L 4201 


1979 7-4-0 


5-1-0 


2-30 




198(18.0) 


135(12,3) 


ACC 


4-20 


T-2nd 


Jerry Claiborne 






1980 84-0 


5-1-0 


3-20 


O-IO 


211 (17.6) 


165(13.81 


ACC 


5-10 


2nd 


Jerry Claiborne 




Tangerine Bowl (Florida, L, 35-20) 


1981 4-6-1 


2-2-0 


24-1 




232(21.1) 


194(17.6) 


ACC 


4-20 


3rd 


Jerry Claiborne 






1982 84-0 


5-1-0 


3-20 


O-IO 


373(31.1) 


220(18.3) 


ACC 


5-10 


2nd 


Bobby Ross 


#20 


Aloha Bowl (Washinqton, U 21-20) 


1983 84-0 


5-1-0 


3-20 


O-IO 


316(26.3) 


253(21.1) 


ACC 


6-0O 


1st 


Bobby Ross 




Fla. Citais Bovi/1 (Tennessee, L, 30-23) 


1984 9-3-0 


2-2-0 
4-1-0 


5-10 


2-00 


380(31.7) 


280 (23.3) 


ACC 


600 


1st 


Bobby Ross 


#12 


Sun Bowl (Tennessee, W, 28-271 


1985 9-3-0 


3-10 


2-10 


326 (27.21 


192(16.01 


ACC 


600 


1st 


Bobby Ross 


#18 


Cherry Bowl (Syracuse, W, 35-18) 


1986 5-5-1 


1-3-0 


4-20 


OO-l 


262 (23.8) 


211 (19.21 


ACC 


2-3-1 


5th 


Bobby Ross 






1987 4-7-0 


3-1-0 


1-50 


O-IO 


194(17.61 


301 (27.4) 


ACC 


3-30 


5th 


Joe Krivak 






1988 5-6^ 


3-2-0 
2-3^ 


240 




260 (23.61 


304 (27.61 


ACC 


4-30 


T4th 


Joe Krivak 






1989 3-7-1 


140 


00-1 


215119.5) 


238121.6L 


ACC 


2-50 


6th 


Joe Krivak 






1990 6-5-1 


3-1-0 


3-30 


0-1-1 


237(19.8) 


284 (23.71 


ACC 


4-30 


4th 


Joe Krivak 




IndependerKe Bowl (La. Tech, T, 34-341 


1991 2-9-0 


1-3-0 


1-50 


O-IO 


138(12.5) 


302 (27.51 


ACC 


2-50 


6th 


Joe Knvak 






1992 3-8^ 


24-0 


140 




292 (26.5) 


365 (33.2) 


ACC 


2-60 


8th 


Mark Duffner 






1993 2-9-0 


140 


1-50 




243(22.1) 


479 (43.51 


ACC 


2-60 


T-7th 


Mark Duffner 






1994 4-7-0 


3-2-0 


1-50 




270 (24.5) 


326 (29.6) 


ACC 


2-60 


7th 


Mark Duffner 






1995 6-5^ 


3-2-0 


3-30 




210(19.1) 


251 (22.81 


ACC 


440 


T-5th 


Mark Duffner 






1996 5-6-0 


4-2-0 


1-30 


O-IO 


187(17.0) 


239(21.7) 


ACC 


3-50 


Uth 


Mark Duffner 






1997 2-9-0 


1-50 


140 




161 (14.6) 


355 (32.3) 


ACC 


1-70 


8th 


Ron Vanderlinden 






1998 3-8-0 


2-3-0 


140 


O-IO 


202(18.4) 


290 (26.4) 


ACC 


1-70 


T-8th 


Ron Vanderlinden 






1999 5hW) 


3-3-0 


2-30 




292 (26.5) 


260 (23.6) 


ACC 


2-60 


T-8th 


Ron Vanderlinden 






2000 5^>-0 


4-2-0 


140 




247 (22.5) 


284 (25.81 


ACC 


3-50 


T-6th 


Ron Vanderlinden 






2001 10-2-0 


7-0O 


3-10 


O-IO 


390 (35.5) 


210(19.1) 


ACC 


7-10 


1st 


Ralph Fnedgen 


#11 


Oranqe Bowl (Florida, L 56-231 


2002 1 1-3-0 


6-1-0 


4-10 


MO 


451 (32.21 


228(16.31 


ACC 


6-10 


T-2nd 


Ralph Friedqen 


#13 


Peach Bowl (Tennessee, W, 30-31 




aiL Time comPDSiTB TOTais 

All-Time Record 




55749043 (.5. 

10 

301-168-171.6: 

169-100-1 (.6; 

193-267-16(4; 

63-55-101.5; 

18,4 

16.9 

7-10-2(4; 


111 All Conference Games 242-1 98-1 3 (.5491 
90 South Atlantic Intercolleqiate Athletic Assoc. Games 1-10 (.5001 
!7) Southern Conference Games 65-55-9 1.5231 


Total Games 
Home 

At Byrd Stadium (since I 
Away 
Neutral 


»0| 

-• 






!8| Atlantic Coast Conference Games 

'2) Total Atlantic Coast Conference Games 


176-1424(5531 
322 


^A 

77 - 
60 - 
M) - 


CC Finishes 




Fifth 6 


First 
Second 
Third 
Fourth 




9 

7 
11 

3 


Points Against 




Sixth 5 
Seventh 4 
Eighth 5 


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. .-MHMMaJL 




GoacHina histdru 



Coach 



Years 



W 



Pet. 



Will Skinner 



1892 







.250 



Samuel Harding 



1893 



1.000 



J.G. Bannon 



1894 



3 



.571 



Grenville Lewis 



1896-97 



.563 



Frank Kenly 



1898 



1 



.312 



S.M. Cooke 



1899 



.200 



FH. Peters 



1900 



4 12 .434 



Emmons Dunbar 

D. John Markey 

Fred Neilsen 



1901 







125 



1902-04 



12 13 



.483 



1905-06 



.611 



Charles Melick 



1907 



.333 



I Lang 



1908 



.364 



I Lang & E, Larkin 1909 



.333 



Royal Alston 



1910 



.611 



Charley Donnelly 



1911 



.450 



H.C. "Curley" Byrd 



1911-34 



122 86 16 



,580 



Jack Faber* 



1935. 1940-41 12 



13 



.483 



Frank Dobson 



1936-39 



la 



21 



.462 



Clark Shaughnessy 



1942, 1946 



10 



.556 



Clarence Spears 



1943-44 



12 



1 



.306 



Paul "Bear" Bryant 



1945 



.722 



Jim latum 



1947-55 



73 



15 4 



Tommy Mont 



Tom Nugent 



J956:58^ 
1959-65 



.383 



36 34 



.514 



Lou Saban 



1966 



.400 



Bob Ward 



1967-68 



17 



.015 



Roy Lester 



1969-71 



25 



.291 



J erry Claiborne 



1972-81 



77 37 



.671 



Bobby Ross 



1982-86 



39 19 



.669 



Joe Krivak 



1987-91 



20 34 



.375 



Mark Duffner 



1992-96 



20 35 



.367 



Ron Vanderlinden 



1997-2000 



15 29 .341 



Ralph F riedgen 



2001- 



21 



5 



.808 



'-Faber s erved as co-head coach with Al Heagy andAI Woods in 1 9404 ! 



GDnFGRencB CHamPionsHiPS 

Year Conference 


> 
Coach 


1937 


Southern 


Frank Dobson 


1951 


Southern 


Jim Tatum 


1953 


Atlantic Coast 


Jim Tatum 


1955 


Atlantic Coast 


Jim Tatum 


1974 


Atlantic Coast 


Jerry Claiborne 


1975 


Atlantic Coast 


Jerry Claiborne 


1976 


Atlantic Coast 


Jerry Claiborne 


1983 


Atlantic Coast 


Bobby Ross 


1984 


Atlantic Coast 


Bobby Ross 


1985 


Atlantic Coast 


Bobby Ross 


2001 


Atlantic Coast 


Ralph Friedgen 








Jack Faber 
(1935, 1940-41) 



Frank Dobson 
(1936-39) 



Clark Shaughnessy 
(1942, 1946) 



Clarence Spears 
(1943-44) 






Paul 'Bear' Bryant 
(1945) 




^ 
^ 
^ 



Jim Tatum 
(1947-55) 



Tommy Mont 
(1956-58) 

r' 



Tom Nugent 
(1959-65) 




Bobby Ross 
11982-86) 



Joe Krivak 
(1987-91) 



it 

Mark Duffner 
(1992-96) 



Ron Vanderlinden 
(1997-2000) 



1 144) ■'*">' (^l^i'>0'"^ ll^f*! collects the Terps 1 974 ACC title trophy. 

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Year Coach W L T Pet. 



mosi luins in a SGason 



1951 


Jim Tatum 


10 








1.000 


1893 


S.H Harding 


6 








1.000 


1976 


Jerry Claiborne 


11 







.917 


1953 


Jim Tatum 


10 







.909 


1955 


Jim Tatum 


10 







.909 


1949 


Jim Tatum 


9 







.900 


1931 


H.C. Byrd 


8 




1 


.850 



2001 



Ralph Friedgen I0_ J 833 



Year 


Coach 


W 




T 


Pet. 


1976 


Jerry Claibome 


u 







.917 


2002 


Ralph Friedqen 


n 







.786 


1951 


Jim Tatum 


10 







1.000 


1953 


Jim Tatum 


10 







.909 


1955 


Jim Tatum 


10 







.909 


2001 


Ralph Friedaen 


10 







.833 


1949 


Jim Tatum 


9 







.900 


1975 


Jeny Claiborne 


9 




1 


.792 


1978 


Jerry Claibome 


9 







750 


1 984 {.85 


Bobby Ross 


9 







750 



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yeaR-ByyeaR rgsults 



G.Mlli^)y-iJ.ww a'iuiti lot tycr^ WlryUnd footb-fll 
Ktuon since 1 892 MiifyMrKl Wiis known *is M<»(yJand Ag 
ntuKurjl Cotegt from 18921 91 5, and m M,iiyl,md SMie 
Colkqetiom 1916-1919 MoryMndS conference .idiluiiora 
AU*ilicCo»«lCon#emceiince 1953, Southern Conference 
Imm 1921-51 |SC sundings nol available (iwn 1921-321 
and South Atlantic Iniertollegiate Athletic Association in 
1920 

Home games were played at Byrd Field or 'Old" 
Bytd Stadium, across the sirwt from the campus on Balti- 
rtwxe Ave. from 1923-1947 and again in 1949 Home 
games in 1948 were played at Gnflilh Stadium in \tosh- 
ington. D C Home games since 1950 have tjeen played 
at Byrd Stadium on campus 

Home, road and neutral records are in parentheses 
IHANI Maryland andopponenlAijooj|edPh?ssrankings 
arembfaclteO-APpollsbeganin 1936 From 1961-1967, 
the AsKKiated Pness ranked only the nations top 1 teams 
• — ndtcates c or*nm(e games 
"* — ntcMes homecoming gaiw 
' — mrtfjrcj games p^y«J on nianlajrwng fly 

1897 

0-3-0 10-1, 0-1, 0-t| 
Head Coach: Will SKjnner 

015 at St, Jodns (Annapolisl L 0-50 

N5 Johns Hopkins I 0*2 

NI9 Episcopal High L 0-16 

X Orton Part. Ud 



D.C. Champions 



18HS 

6-4M) |S-0, l-O) 

Head Coach: Sarmiel Harding 

J Eastern High W 3frO 

021 Central High W 100 

026 BalnmoieCiiy College W 180 

Nl St Johns (Annapolisl WW) 

Nil at Western Maryland W 18-10 

S" Oncnl Athletic Club W 16-6 



183U 

♦■3-0 IJ-O. 1-3| 

Head Coach: J G Bannon 

OIO OnemAihleocOuti W 300 

012 Western Maryland W 520 

O20 at Washington College W 120 

027 at Si Johns |Annapolis| L 6-22 

N7 Georgetown WM 

N21 atCotowlAiNeiicaub L 0-26 

N29 atMouniSt. MaiyS' L 0-24 

1885 



l8Hli 

6-2-2(5-2-2,1-0) 

H«ad Coach: Grcnville Lewis 

010 Eastern High L 0-6 

017 Gallaudet T 0-0 

021 Business High W 34-0 

029 Central High W 104 

N4 Alenandna High W 1 80 

NIO Bethel Milita7 W 20-10 

Episcopal High L 06 

N14 at Western Maryland W 16-6 

Central High W 140 

N21 Old Maryland (Baltimorel TOO 

1837 

2-4-0 |2'2, 0-2| 

Head Coach: Grenville lewis 

016 Central High W 24-6 

O20 Eastern High W 40 

030 Johns Hopkins L 6-30 

N13 at SI Johns (Annapolisl L 4-6 

N17 Gallaudet L 616 

N20 at Baltimore Medical ' L 0-10 

3t Baltimore. Md. lEIeanc Parkj 

1898 

2-S-1 (t-2, 1-3-11 
Head Coach: Frank Kenly 

013 ColumbianU L 5-17 

015 at Western Maryland L 0-32 

Eastern High W 360 

022 Gallaudet L 0-33 

026 at Rock Hill T 12-12 

029 at Johns Hopkins L 0-16 

N2 at Episcopal High L 0-37 

N5 at Rock Hill W270 

1899 

1-44 11-1.0-31 

Head Coach: S M Cooke 

014 Western Maryland L 0-21 

025 Eastern High W 2M 

028 at Johns Hopkins L 0-40 

N8 atDelaware L 0-34 

NIO at St. Johns lAnnapolisI L 062 

1900 

3-4-1 (2-4-1, 1-0) 
Head Coach: FH Pelers 

012 Western High T 00 

O20 Gibraltar Athletic Club L 0-17 

024 Georgetown Prep L 0-5 

030 Episcopal High L 6-34 

N 1 2 Georgetown Prep W 1 50 

N13 GonzagaHigh L 5-11 

N24 GonjagaHigh W 210 

H21 ,11 Charlotte Hall Academv W 2 1 -0 




1901 

1-7-0(1-4,0-2,0-11 

Head Coach: Emmons Ounbar 

05 atDelaware I 624 

016 Gallaudei L 10-ri 

019 Johns Hopkins ' L 0* 

030 Central High I O-ll 

N9 Rock Hill I 6-11 

N13 US Marines W 270 

NI6 alWalbrookAthleKaub 10-36 

N23 Western Maryland L 0-30 

' at American Legion Park 

180Z 

3-5-2 (2-2-1, 0-2-1, M| 
Head Coach: D John Markey 

015 Georgetown L 0-27 

018 Mount St JoesphS W 50 

022 Columbian (GW| W 11-10 

025 Olympia Athletic Club' W 60 

Nl at Washington College TOO 

N8 al Mouni St MaiyS L 0-5 

NI5 at Western Maryland L 6-26 

N19 Old Maryland (Balnmore) L 0-5 

N22 Johns Hopkins ' L 0-17 

N29 Delaware T 00 

at Washington. D.C 

at American Legion Park 

19D8 

7-4-0 (4-1, 1-3, 2-0) 
Head Coach: D John Markey 

S28 Georgetown L 0-28 

02 Clifton Athletic Club W 50 

07 Gunton Temple W 210 

01 1 Washington College W 280 

017 at St Johns (Annapolisl L 0-18 

028 Tech High W 270 

031 at Columbian W 60 

N7 at Mount St Marys . . L 0-2 

NI4 Western Maryland W 60 

N21 Old Maryland (Baltimorel WHO 

N27 atDelaware' L 0-16 

at Washington D C 
atWilmington. Del. 

190U 

2-4-2 (0-0-1, 2-4-11 

Head Coach: D John Markey 

S24 at Georgetown L 0-22 

01 Randolph Macon T OO 

08 at Fort Monroe . T 00 
015 at Mount St. Marys W 11-6 
022 at Western Maryland L 0-5 
N5 at Ok) Maryland (Baltimorel L 0* 
NI9 at Gallaudei, W 22-5 
N26 atDelaware L 0-18 

atWilmington. Del 

1905 

6-4-0(5-1, 1-3) 

Head Coach: Fred Neilsen 

07 Baltimore Poly Institute W 200 

014 Gallaudei W 160 

021 Western Maryland L 0-10 

025 atNavy I 0-17 

028 Mount Si Josephs W 280 

N4 atWiltemiMay W 170 

Nil Si Johns (Annapolis) W 27-5 

NI8 at Washington College L 0-17 

N25 Old Maryland (Baltirrxirel . . W 23-5 
N30 atDelaware L 0-12 



1900 



In just its second year of organized football, 1893, Maryland finished with a 
perfect 6-0 mark and was crowned D.C. champion. 



5-3-0(3-0,2-2,0-11 
Head Coach: Fred Meiisen 

S29 Tech High W SO 

06 Baftmore City College W 220 

OIO atNavy L 0-12 

013 Georgetown L 0-28 

O20 at Mount WWnngion L 0-29 

NIO at SI Johns (Annapolisl W 204 

N)7 aiRockHill W 160 

N24 Washington Colege W 350 

at IKasfiington C ^Griffith SiaoSum; 



aLLnm Hiswiw 




Curley Byrd finished his playing career in 
1 907 and t>ecame head coach in 1911. 

1807 

3-4-0 (1-2, 1-4, l-Oj 
Head Coach: Crurles Melick 

S2B Tech High W IJO 

Georgetown L 0-10 

05 atRichmond L 511 

09 atNavy L 0-12 

012 at Mount Si Marys L 612 

026 George Washington W lOO 

N9 at Washington College W 10-5 

N16 St Johns (Annapolis I L 0-16 

N23 at Gallaudet L 0-5 

a: Washington. D.C tChfnth SlaOrumj 

1908 



3-M (3-4, 0-4) 




Head Coach: Bill Lang 




S26 Tech High 


L 56 


S30 Central High 


W50 


03 at RKhmond 


L 0-22 


OIO at Johns Hopkr; 


L 0-10 


014 Navy 


I 0-57 


017 Gallaudet 


W50 


024 at George Waif-ngic' 


L 0-57 


031 at Fiedricksburg Va 


L 0-10 


N7 Baltimore Pol) 


W120 


NI4 Si Johns (Anrvpoiisi 


L 0-31 


N2I Washington College 


L 0-11 



1909 

2-5-0 (1-1, 1-3, O-ll 

Head Coach: B.ii L^ng and Dt EdwanJ Larkin 

525 TecJiHigh L O-ll 

02 atRichmond L 0-12 

09 at Johns Hopkrs LM 

016 RodiHi W50 

023 George Wtishington' L 0-26 

030 at NC State _ I 0-33 

N6 at Gallaudet W 14-12 

at Washington. D C (Gnllith StadiumI 

1910 

4-3-1 (2-0, 1-3-1, t-O) 
Head Coach: Pc^ii Ajsto" 

526 y.-.- - - W 120 

01 3: = :•—:" W 200 

08 at Johns Hopkins T 11-11 

015 CattwIicU W210 

019 George WSshngton' WHO 

N12 at Virginia MBaiy LOO 

NI9 atSlJot»iS(AnrBpofe| L 04 

N24 at Vltetem Mastoid L 3-17 

at Washngiori D C lOhffith Stadkjml 



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laii 

4-4-2 (4-3.2, 0-1| 

Head Coach: Charley Donnelly/H C. Xurley" Bynj 

Tech High W 6-0 

S30 Richmond T 0-0 

014 Fredncksburg fVa | W tO 

Central High L 0-14 

021 Johns Hopkins L 3-6 

028 CatholicU T M> 

m St Johns (Annapolis) L 0-27 

Nil at Washington College L 5-17 

NI8 Western Maryland W 6-0 

N25 Gallaudet W 6-2 

laiz 

6-1.1 I4-0-0, 2-I-I) 

Head Coach: H C. 'Curley' Byid 

S28 Tech High W 31-6 

05 Richmond W 46-0 

013 at Johns Hopkins W 13-0 

019 Old Maryland |Galtimore| W 58-0 

026 at St Johns lAnnapolis] L 0-27 

N9 Gallaudet W 13-7 

N23 at Western Maryland W 17-7 

N30 at Pennsylvania Military T 13-13 

1B13 

6-3-0 |4-2, 2-1) 

Head Coach: H.C. 'Curley" Byrd 

S27 Baltimore City College W 27-10 

04 Richmond W 45-0 

Oil at Johns Hopkins W 26-0 

018 Western Maryland W 46-0 

025 at Navy L 0-76 

N8 at St Johns (Annapolis) W 13-0 

NI4 Washington College W 20-0 

N22 Gallaudet L 0-26 

N27 Pennsylvania Military L 7-27 

lam 

5-3-0 13-1, 2-2) 

Head Coach: H C Xurley" Byrd 

S26 

03 

OlO 

024 

027 

N6 

NI3 

N25 



Baltimore Poly L 0-6 

CatholicU W6-0 

at Western Maryland L 13-20 

at Johns Hopkins W 14-0 

at St. Johns (Annapolisl W 10-0 

Washington College W 3-0 

at Gallaudet L 0-23 

at Pennsylvania Military' W 26-0 



iai& 



6-3-0 (6-0. 0-3| 
Head Coach: H C 



Xurley" Byrd 



S25 Baltimore Poly W31-0 

02 atHaverford L 0-7 

09 at CatholicU L 0-16 

016 Gallaudet W 10-3 

023 Pennsylvania Military W 14-13 

O30 St. Johns (Annapolis) W 27-14 

N6 Washington College W 28-13 

NI3 Western Maryland W 51-0 

N25 at Johns Hopkins' L 0-3 

131B 

6-2-0(4-1, 2-1 1 

Head Coach: H.C. Xurley" Byrd 

06 Dickinson W 6-0 

Oil at Navy L 7-14 

018 Virginia Military W 15-9 

025 Havetford L 6-7 

N9 St. Johns (Annapolis) W3I-6 

NI6 CatholicU W 13-9 

N23 atNewrorkU W 10-7 

N30 at Johns Hopkins' W 54-0 

iai7 

4-3-1 (3-0. 1-2-I.0-II 

Head Coach: H.C 'Curie/' Byrd 

06 Delaware W 20-0 

013 at Navy L 0-62 

O20 at Virginia Military T 14-14 

027 Wake Forest W 29-13 

N3 NC State L 6-10 

NIO St. Johns (Annapolisl W 13-3 

NI7 atPennSlate L 0-57 

N30 at Johns Hopkins' W 7-0 

' at Wsshmgioa B.C. (Central U.S. Stadium) 



1318 

4-1-1 |f-l, 1-0-1, 2-01 
Head Coach; H.C. Xurley' Byrd 

026 American U L 6-13 

N2 at Wginia Military W 7-6 

N9 Western Maryland ' W 19-0 

N16 NewYorkU W 6-2 

N23 St. Johns (Annapolis)' W 19-14 

N28 at Johns Hopkins ' T 0-0 

' at 8dltin)ore, Md IHomewood Fieldj 

i3ia 

S-44) |2-2, 3-2) 

Head Coach: H.C "Curley" Byrd 

04 Svirarthmore L 6-10 

at Virginia W 13-0 

at West Virginia L 0-27 



lazu 



laza 



on 

018 

025 

Nl 

N8 

N15 

N22 

N27 



Virginia Tech 

alVale 

at St. Johns lAnnapolis) 
Catholic U 
Western Maryland 
at Johns Hopkins' 



. L 0-6 
L 0-31 
W27-0 
W 13-0 
W 20-0 

. W 14-0 



lazo 



7-2-0 (3-0, 4-2) 
SAIAA: 11-0 

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 

O30 at North Carolina W 13-0 

N6 at CatholicU W 14-0 

N13 atSyracuse. W 10-7 

N25 Johns Hopkins W 24-7 

13Z1 

3-5-1 (0-1, 2-3, 1-1-1) 

SC: 1-2-0 

Head Coach: H C 'Curley' Byrd 

01 at Rutgers W 3-0 

08 atSyracuse L 042 

015 St Johns (Annapolisl L 3-7 

022 • Virginia Tech ' W iO-7 

029 • North Carolina ■' L 7-16 

N5 atVale L 0-28 

N12 atCatholicU W 16-0 

N19 at Carnegie Tech L 0-21 

N24 iNC State" T 6-6 

' at Washington, D.C 

' atBdltimore. Md. IMemonal Stadiutnl 



lazz 

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 L 3-27 

N4 ■ at Virginia Tech L 0-21 

Nil atyale L 345 

N18 at Johns Hopkins W 3-0 

N25 at CatholicU W 54-0 

N30 • at NC State . W 7-6 

' af Baltimore, Md IHomewood field] 

lazs 

7-2-1 (5-0, 2-1, 0-1-1) 

SC: 3-1-0 

Head Coach: H.C Xurley' Byrd 

S29 

06 

013 

O20 

027 

N3 

NIO 

NI7 

N24 

N29 



Randolph Macon W 53-0 

at Pennsylvania W 3-0 

•Richmond W 23-0 

• Virginia Tech ' L 9-16 

■ North Carolina W 14-0 

St Johns (Annapolisl W 280 

at Vale L 14-16 

■ at NC Slate W 2612 

CatholicU. " W40-6 

Johns Hopkins" T 6^ 

' at Washington, D.C. IChffitttStadiumI 
^ at Baltimore. Md. fMemonal Stadium) 



15.000 



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 S. Lee L 719 

Oil "Richmond W 38-0 

018 ■ Virginia Tech ' L 0-12 

025 ■ at North Carolina W 6-0 

Nl atCatholicU T 00 

N8 atyale L 047 

N15 -NCState T 0-0 

N27 Johns Hopkins " T 0-0 

' at Washington DC. fCentral H.S. Stadium) 
' at Baltimore, Md. jMemonai Stadium) 

13ZB 

2-5-1 (1-1,0-2, 1-2-II 

SC: 04-0 

Head Coach: HC 'Curley' Byrd 



S26 

OlO 

017 

024 

031 

N7 

N14 

N26 



Washington College W 13-0 



W 16-0 

L 0-3 

L 0-6 

L 0-16 

L 1443 

L 3-7 

T 7-7 



Rutgers 

• Virginia Tech " . 

■ at Virginia 

■ North Carolina ' . 
at Vale 

■ Washington ^ Lee 
Johns Hopkins 

' at Philadelphia. Fa. 

'at Washington, DC ICriffith Stadium) 

' at Baltimore, Md jMemorial Stadium) 

lazB 

54-1 (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 atChicago L 0-21 

016 "Virginia Tech' L 8-24 

023 " North Carolina W 14-6 

O30 Gallaudet W 38-7 

N6 atVale W 15-0 

NI3 "Virginia T 6-6 

N20 ■ at Washington «, Lee L 0-3 

N25 Johns Hopkrns " W 17-14 

' at Norfolk. Va. 

' at Baltimore, Md. IMemonal Stadium) 

iaz7 

4-7-0 (21, 1-4, 1-2) 

SC: 2-3-0 

Head Coach: H.C 'Curley" Byrd 

S24 Washington College W 80-0 





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 4 Lee 


L 6-13 


N5 atYale.. 


L 6-30 


N12 "at Virginia 


L 0-21 


NI9 atVanderbilt 


L 20-39 


N24 Johns Hopkins ' 


L 13-14 


D3 Florida ' 


...L 6-7 


at Norfolk. Va. 




' at Baltimore, Md IMemonal Stadium) 


' at Jacksonville, Fla. IMuniaf]al Stadium) 



iaz8 

6-3-1 (3-1, 1-1-1, 2-1) 

SC: 2-2-1 

Head Coach: H C. "Curley" Byrd 

S29 Washington College W 31-0 

06 " North Carolina L 19-26 

013 at South Carolina L 7-21 

O20 Western Maryland W 13-6 

027 "at Virginia Military T IU> 

N3 "Virginia Tech' L 6-9 

NIO atYale W 6-0 

N17 "Virginia" W 18-2 

N24 • Washington !.i£e' W 6-0 

N29 Johns Hopkins " W 26-6 

' at Norfolk Va. 

at Washington DC ICntTith Stadium) 
' at Baltitmre, Md (Memorial Stadium) 



20.000 



20.000 



11,000 



6.000 



4-4-2 (1-2-1, 1-1-1, 2-1) 




SC: 1-2-1 




Head Coach: H C Xurley' Byrd 




S27 Washington College 


W 34-7 


05 • North Carolina 


L 043 


012 South Carolina 


. L 6-26 


019 at Gallaudet 


W 13-6 


026 ■ at Virginta Military ... 


. L 6-7 


N2 "Virginia" 


. T 13-13 


N9 at Yale 


T 13-13 


N16 " Virginia Tech 


W244) 


N28 Johns Hopkins " 


W39-6 


D7 Western Maryland ' 


-L 0-12 


' at Norfolk Va. 




' at Baltimore Md. (Memorial Stadium) 



1330 



7-5-0(3-0,2-4,2-1) 

SC: 4-1-0 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

S27 Washington College . . 

04 atYale 

Oil " at North Carolina 
018 St Johns (Annapolisl . 
025 " at Virginia Military . . 

Nl "at Virginia 

N8 " Washington & Lee ^ . 

N15 ■ Virginia Tech ' W 13-7 

N22 at Navy L 0-6 

N27 Johns Hopkins '' W2I-0 

N29 atVanderbilt L 7-22 

06 Western Maryland ' L 0-7 

' at Norfolk Va. 

' at Baltimore Md. (Memonal Stadium) 



W60-6 
L 1340 
L 21-28 
W 21-13 
W200 
W 14-6 
W41-7 



20,000 



25,000 



1331 



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 

" Virginia W 7-6 

Navy' W6-0 



03 

OlO 

017 

024 

031 

N7 

N21 

N26 

D5 



Kentucky T 6-6 

• at Virginia Military W 41-20 

• at Virginia Tech W 20-0 

atVanderbilt L 12-39 

■ Washington S. Lee " W 13-7 

Johns Hopkins'" W 35-14 

Western Maryland '■ W 41-6 

at Washington DC (Griffith Stadium) 
at Baltimore Md. (Memonal Stadium) 



133Z 



5-6-0 (2-1, 2-2, 1-3) 

SC: 1-3-0 

Head Coach: H.C Curley' Byrd 

S24 Washington College W 63-0 

01 "at Virginia L 6-7 

08 " Virginia Tech L 0-23 

015 "atDuke L 0-34 

022 St Johns (Annapolis) W 24-7 

029 at Virginia Military W 12-7 

N5 Vanderbilt . L 0-13 

N12 Navy' .. L 7-28 

NI9 ■ at Washington f. Lee W 60 

N24 Johns Hopkins ■' W 23-0 

03 Western Maiyland ■' L 7-39 

' at Washington, DC (Griffith Stadium) 

' at Baltimore, Md. (Memonal Stadium) 

1333 

3-7-0 (2-1, 1-3, 0-3) 

SC: 14-0, 9th 

Head Coach: H C Xurley" Byrtl 

S30 St Johni (Annapolis) W 20O 

07 ■ Virginia Tech ' L 0-14 

014 atTulane L 0-20 

021 • at Virginia Military L 13-19 

028 Western Maryland L 7-13 

N4 "at Virginia L 0-6 

Nil "Duke L 7-38 

NI8 at Johns Hopkins W 27-7 

N25 ■ Washington i Lee" W 33-13 

02 Flonda' L 0-19 

' at Norfolk Va 

' at Baltimore. Md. (Memorial Stadium) 
' at fampa. Fla 



2001 ACC CHAMPIONS 



2002 CHICK-FIL-A PEACH BOWL CHAMPIONS 




\ IH»I1 

, 7J-0 I3-0, 0-3, 4-01 

I $C: J I II 1 I'd 
H«idCo«h:HC CufloyByrd 

Sl'i St JohniiAnrupolis) W 13-0 4.500 

06 • M Wjshinglon I, Lee L 0-7 

013 .«N,(vy I 13-16 

O20 ■VirginuTKh' . W 14-9 

0J7 flonda W 21-0 

N3 iVirginu" W 200 7,000 

NlO • Virginw Miliuny ' W 23-0 

NI7 j|ln<)«rB I 14-17 

N24 Geofgeiown W M 

I mi Johns Hopkins" W IM 

MNortolKVi 
,if ewnmw. Mtf, IMemomI Stadium) 

I 7-2-2II-0-I, 3-0, M-l| 

JC: f M M 

HHd CmcIi: Jdck Fdbei 

S?8 SI Johns (Annapdisl W 39-6 

05 ■ VirqinM Tech ' W 7-0 

012 • Norm Cjtolinii L 0-33 

019 ■ at Viiqinia Military W frO 

026 atFkxida W 204 14,000 

N2 • at Mtginia W 14-7 

N9 Indiana' L 7-13 

N16 • Washington i lee" T 00 8.000 

N23 Georgetown' W 12-6 

N2e Syracuse' TOO 5.000 

04 VHestem Maryland' W 22-7 

at SjWnore IM IMemomI SadiumI 

I * Washmgnn DC lOnfUth Stadkiml 

.1936 

I fr-S4(l-2, 2-2, 3-l| 

$C: i 2-0, 1-5lh 
\ Hcjd CoKh: Frank Dobson 

S26 St Johns jAnnapotisI W 2frO 4.000 

03 ■ Virginia Tech ' W 60 

OIO • at North Carolina L 0-14 

017 •atVlrginia W 210 

024 Syracuse' ,W 20O 15,000 

i|03l atfkyida ,1 6-7 

In7 at Richrrwnd , W 120 

^N14 tWginia Military'* L 7-13 12.000 

'N2I Georgetown L 6-7 13,000 

N26 •Washington 4 Lee" W 19-6 7,000 

05 Western Maiyland ■ L 0-12 

atftaanoUc Vd. 

■'af New ford NY. iPoloCmnkI 
' ar GMimore. M>, IMemonal Sadnjml 

I]Q^j Southern Conf. Champions 

8-2-0 13-0, 2-2. 301 
sc: :-■■-: _".•,.,-.-, 
Head Coach: Frank DoOson 

I St. Johns (Annapolis) W 280 

' at Pennsylvana L 21-28 

Wteteno Maiylax) W 60 7.000 

Qli atWginia W 3-0 

023 H |I7| Syracuse W 130 8.000 

O30 Ftonda' W 13-7 

N6 -at Virginia Militaiy W 9-7 

N13 aiPennStale L 14-21 

N20 Georgetown' W 12-2 22,000 

N25 -Washington 4 lee" W 80 9,600 

arSatorxxe Md IMemonal SodiumI 
'aWxtmgton C lOnim Sadvml 

.1938 

I 2-70 104. 0-3, 2-0I 

sc: :-■ ■- 

I Hud Coach: Frank Dobson 

' S24 ■ Richmond L 6-19 

101 alPenn Slate L 0-33 

08 at Syracuse L 0-53 

015 Wesiem Maryland' W IM 

022 Mrgina _ L l»-27 6.000 

029 • Vkgmia Mitaiy A L 14-47 4.000 

N12 alFlonda L 7-21 10.000 

NI9 Georgerown L 7-14 

N24 -WSshngtoniLee" W 19-13 1.000 

' ar&tomrE Md. /Memorial Sadlun/ 

I 

\ 8001 ACC CHAMPIONS 



aunm HisTORH 



^^ ' r '■:XVii."ft • 

1939 

2-70(1-2,0-3, 1-2) 

SC:0 1-0, Mih 

Head Coach; Frank Dot>son 

S30 Hampden-Sydney W 260 

07 Weston Maryfana W 120 

014 at Virginia L 7-12 

021 at Rutgers I 12-25 

028 Florida" L 0-14 7.000 

N4 at Pcnn State I 0-12 

Nil Georgetown' I 0-20 15.000 

NIB ■ Virginia Milita^ ' L 0-13 

N30 Syracuse' L 7-10 5.000 

M Baltimore. Md. IMemonal Sudiuml 
' atWashington. DC lOrilfHh StadiumI 
'at Norfolk. Va 

19110 

2-6-1 (0-31,0-3, 2-0) 

SC: 0-1-1, 12th 

Head Coach: jack Faber 

526 Hampden-Sjidney L 6-7 5.000 

05 at Pennsytvania L 0-51 52.000 

012 Virginia" L 6-19 9,000 

019 alFlonda L 0-19 

025 Western Maryland ■ W 60 

N9 H I'l Georgetown L 041 

N 1 6 -at Virginia Military L 0-20 

N2I Rutgers" W 14-7 

N30 • Washington £, Lee T 7-7 

at Baltimore. Md IMemonal StadiumI 

19m 

3-S-t (2-1, 0-2, I-2-II 

iC: 1-2-0, 12th 

Head Coach: Jack Faber 

527 Hampden-Sydney W 180 

04 Western Maryland ' T 6-6 10,000 

Oil H HI 'Duke L 0-50 

018 Florida W 13-12 7.500 

025 (-1 |12| at Pennsylvania L 6-55 40.000 

Nl at Rutgers L 0-20 

NS Georgewwn' L 0-26 

NI5 • Virginia Military I 0-27 6.000 

N20 -Washington 4 Lee" W 60 4.000 

at Baltimore. Md. IMemonal Stadium} 
' atWashingtoa DC. ICnffith StadiumI 

lOUZ 

7-2-0 (3-0, 1-2, 3-0) 

$C: 1-20, 13th 

Head Coach: Dark Shaughnessy 

S27 Connecticut W 3M 

03 Lakehurst Naval* Station W 14-0 

OIO Rutgers' W 27-13 

017 ■ at Virginia Military L 0-29 

024 Western Maryland W 510 

031 Flohda' W130 10.000 

N7 -at Duke L 042 

N14 at Virginia W 27-12 

N2I -Washington 4 Lee* W 32-28 7,500 

af Baltimore. Md IMemonal Stadium} 
' atWaihington. DC ICnffith StadiumI 



19U9 

4-S-O (2-2, 1-3. 10) 

$C: 200 2nd 

Head Coach: Clarence Spears 

S25 Curtis Bay Coast Guard L 7-13 2.000 

02 -Wake Forest W 13-7 

09 Richmond Army Air Base W 19-6 

016 at Wesi Virginia , ,, L 2-6 

023 PennState" L 045 5.000 

O30 at Greenville Air Base W 43-18 

N6 at Virginia L 0-39 4,000 

N13 at flainbridge Naval L 046 

N25 • Virginia Milltaiy" W 21-14 7.000 

' at Roanoke. Va 

19UU 

1-7-I 10-3-1.0-3, l-1| 

SC: 1-1, 6ih 

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 Slate I 0-8 

N4 Virginia*' L 7-18 

Nil at Michigan Stale L 0-33 

NIB PennState L 19-34 

N25 atFtorida L 6-14 

N30 -Virginia Military" W &* 

at Waihington. DC IGrilfith Stadium} 
' at Roanoke. Va 

19U5 

6-2-1 (3-t, 2-1-1, l-OI 

SC; 3-20. T-5th 

Head Coach: Paul 'Bear" Bryant 

S28 Guillord W 606 7.000 

06 -at Richmond W 210 

012 U.S. Merchant Marine W 22-6 

O20 -at Virginia Tech L 13-21 

027 at West Virginia „T 13-13 12.000 

N3 - William 4 Mary L 14-33 

NlO • Virginia Militaiy" W 380 7,000 

N24 H l'3| Virginia' W 19-13 

Dl -at South Carofina W 19-13 

at Washington DC ICrifHth Stadium} 

19UG 

3-6-0 (2-2, 04. 1-0) 

$C:2-5-Ci 12tn 

Head Coach; Clark Shaughnessy 

S28 BainbndgeNairal W 540 12.500 

04 -Richmond L 7-37 

012 - at North Carolina , , L 0-33 

018 - Virginia Tech W 60 

N2 -at William 4 Mary L 741 

N9 - South Carolina , L 17-21 

NI6 - Washington 4 Lee ... W 24-7 

N23 at Michigan State., L 14-26 

N30 - at NC State L 7-28 

' ar Baltimore. Md. jMemonal Stadium} 




Charlie Weidinger completed this TD pass to William Bryant to lift the Terps to a 1 937 homecoming win over 
Florida. 

■ 2002 CHICK-FIL-A PEACH BOWL CHAMPIONS 



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ri' ifiiirinifliWM 



1SU7 



7-2-2 130-1 


,4-1 


0-1-1) 




SC: 3-2-1, T-6th 






Head Coach: jtm latum 




S27 






■ at South Carolina 


W 19.13 


03 






DelawaiE 


W 43-19 


OIO 






■ Richmond 


W 18-6 


018 


H 


|17| 


•at Duke 


L 7-19 


025 






• at Virginia Tech 


W 21-19 


Nl 






West Virginia **" 


W 27-0 


N8 






atOuquesne 


W 32-0 


NI5 


H 


|I9| 


■ North Carolina 


L 0-19 


N22 






at V^nderbilt 


W 2M 


N29 






• NC State 


T 0-0 


Gator Bowl 








JI 






Georgia" 


T 20-20 



' at Washington, DC. IGhffith Stadiumj 
^ at Jacksonville. Fla. (Gator Bowl} 

lans 

644 (2-2, 4-21 

SC: 4-2-0, 6th 

Head Coach: Jim Taturr 

S25 

02 

09 

016 [-1 |I8| 

023 

029 

N6 

NI3 H I6| 

N20 

N27 



■ at Richmond 

at Delaware 

■ Virginia Tech 

•Duke* 

■ George Washington 

at Miami W 27-13 

• at South Caiolina W 19-7 

■ North Carolina I 2049 

at Vandertjilt L 0-34 

at West Virginia L 14-16 



home games at Griffith Stadium In Washirigton, D C 

iBua 

9-1-0 14-0, 4-1, 1-0) 

SC; 4^M), 2nd 

Head Coach; Jim Tatum 

S24 • at Virginia Tech 

S30 Georgetown 

08 H [13| at Michigan State 

022 • at NC State 

029 ■ South Carolina * 

N5 • George Washington 

N12 H |I5| at Boston University 

N24 (15) I-) WestVirginia' 

D2 (14) (-) at Miami 



(i5| (-) 
(14) (-) 
Gator Boiwl 

J2 |I4| (20( 
Final AP Poll UU 

' at Jacksonville, fla- (Gator Bowlj 

1850 

7-2-1 (3-1, 3-1-1, I-O) 

SC; 4-1-1, 5th 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

Preseason AP Poll HIS 



W 40-14 

, W 14-13 

W 47-7 

. W 13-0 



Missouri W 20-7 



S23 

S30 

07 

014 

021 

028 

N4 

Nil 

N18 

D2 



(151 

(151 

(-1 

(8( 

(8( 

(16) 
(18) 



at Georgia 
Navy 

at Michigan State 

Georgetown' 

• NC State 

•at Duke 

• George Washington 

• at North Carolina 

• at West Virginia 
■ Virginia Tech ,. 



L 7-27 
W 35-21 
W 34-7 
W 25-14 
L 13-16 
W 26-14 
W 23-7 
7-7 
41-0 



T 
W 
W 63-7 



at Waihington, DC. ICritfith Stadiumj 



12,500 
16,500 



w 


19-0 


12,000 


w 


21-0 


12,000 


w 


28-0 




L 


12-13 


22,000 


W 


47-0 





35,000 



34,588 



W 


34-7 


12,000 


w 


33-7 


18,227 


L 


7-14 


35,000 


W 


14-6 


15,000 


W 


44-7 


17,762 



16,117 
35,000 



35,000 
43,836 
39,376 
8,869 
24502 
22,577 
18,272 
32,000 
16,000 
11,773 



ISBI 

10-0-0(5-0,3-0,2-0) 

SC; 5-0-0, Co-Champions 
Head Coach; Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll m 6 

S29 

06 

013 

O20 

027 

N3 

NiO 

NI7 

N24 



Southern Conf. Champions 



(16) 

(9( 
(10) 

(7| 

|5| 

141 

|3| 

(5( 

(4( 
Sugar Bowl 
J2 (3) 

Final AP Poll 113 

at Baltimore. Md. fMemohal Stadium] 
at Wew Orleans, La. [Tulane-Sugar Bowl Stadium) 



• at Washington & Lee , 

• George Washington,,, 

at Georgia 

■ North Carolina 
at Louisiana Stale 

Missouri** 

Navy' 

•NC State 

•WestVirginia 



W 54-14 

W 33-6 

W 43-7 

W 14-7 

W 27-0 

W 35-0 

W 40-21 

W 53-0 

W 54-7 



Tennessee' W 28-13 



9,000 
25,732 
32,000 
31,237 
35,000 
23,612 
38,000 
17,140 
14,385 

82,271 




ISBZ 



7-20 (3-0, 4-2) 
Head Coach; Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll 112 



S20 
S27 
04 

on 

018 
025 

Nl 

NI5 

N22 



(2( 1-1 

(21 (-1 

(31 H 

(4) (19) 

m (20) 



(31 (111 
|8) (14) 



at Missouri 
at Auburn 
Oemson 

at Georgia 

Navy 

Louisiana State "^ 
at Boston U. . .. 
at Mississ(ppi . . 
atAlabama 



w 


13-10 


18,000 


w 


13-7 


27,000 


w 


28-0 


32,000 


w 


37-0 


34,000 


w 


38-7 


44,746 


w 


34-6 


3O000 


w 


34-7 


32,568 


L 


14-21 


32,500 


L 


7-27 


33,178 



Final Af Poll m 3 



'1853 

10-1-0 (5-0,4-0, 1-1) 
ACC; 3-0-0, CoChampions 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll 119 

SI9 

S26 

03 

OIO 

017 

023 

O30 

N7 

N14 

N21 



Notional Champions 



[-( at Missouri W 



m 

(31 

(4( 

(31 1 

131 1 

|2| ( 

121 ( 

(2) (1 

(21 (I 
Orange Bowl 

JI (I] (4] Oklahoma- 

Final AP Poll HI 

at Washington, DC (Griffith Stadiumj 
" at Miami, fla (Orange Bowl} 



Washington & Lee W 

• atClemson W 

Georgia W 

• at Nonh Carolina W 

at Miami W 

• South Carolina * W 

George Washington ' W 

Mississippi W 

Alabama W 



20-6 

52-0 

20-0 

40-13 

26-0 

30-0 

24* 

27-6 

38-0 

21-0 



21,000 
35,000 
25,000 
27,000 
35,000 
42,157 
22,000 
8,000 
35000 
36,000 

68,640 



185U 



7-2-1 15-0,2-2-1) 

ACC: 4-0-1, 2nd 
Head Coach; Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll »3 



S18 

01 

09 

016 

022 

O30 

N6 

NI3 

N20 

N25 



(171 
(131 

[101 



(41 



at Kentucky 

atUCW 

■ at Wake Forest 

• Nonh Carolina ,, 
at Miami 

• at South Carolina . 
•NC State* 

• Oemson 

George Washington 
Missoun 



W 200 

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 



36000 
73,376 
12,000 
26,000 
52,506 
24,000 

21,000 

20000 



Final M> Poll MS 



1855 

10-1-0(5-0, 5-0,0-1) 
ACC; 4-0-0, Co^Ihampions 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll US 

S17 

S24 

01 

08 

015 

022 

029 

N5 

N12 

NI9 



ACC Champions 



(21 ( 
(2( ( 
Orange Bowl 

J2 (3| (1) Oklahoma 
Final AP Poll tt3 

at Miami fla. (Orange Bowl! 



at Missoun 

UCLA 

at Baylor 

• Wake Forest 

• at North Carolina ... 

at Syracuse 

■ South Carolina * .... 

Louisiana State 

■atClemson 

George Washington., 



., W 13-12 

,, W 7-0 

,.W 20-6 

,. W 28-7 

. W 25-7 

. W 34-13 

. W 27-0 

. W 13-0 

. W 25-12 

. W 19-0 

.. L 6-20 



18,000 
46,000 
39,000 
16000 
30,000 
32,500 
25000 
28,000 
30000 
20,000 

76561 



185B 

2-7-1 IO-3-t, 2-4) 

ACC: 2-2-1 4th 

Head Coach; Tommy Mont 

Preseason AP Poll 116 

ill 

S29 

06 

012 

O20 

027 

N3 

NIO 

NI7 

N22 



(6) )-) Syracuse 

• al Wake Forest 

Baylor , 

at Miami 

• at North Carolina „ 

at Tennessee 

Kentucky'' 

• Clemson 

• at South Carolina „ 
■ at NC State' 



(16) 
(111 

|4| 

(111 



/MARYLAND -NORTH CAROLINA 




The game program from Oct. 19, 1957, when 
Queen Elizabeth came to Byrd Stadium. 

1857 

5-5-0 (3-2, 2-3) 

ACC: 4-3-0, T-3rd 

Head Coach: Tommy Mont 

521 (-1 (2) 

S28 

05 )-) (4) 

012 

019 )-) (14) 

026 

N2 

N9 

N15 

N23 



atTexasAiM L 13-21 25,000 

■NCState L 13-48 24,000 

■atDuke L 0-14 25,000 

■WakeForest W 27-0 16,000 

• North Carolina W 21-7 43,000 

Tennessee L 0-16 26,000 

•at South Carolina W 10-6 18,000 

•atClemson L 7-26 28,000 

at Miami W 16-6 42,701 

■Virginia W 12-0 10500 



1858 

4-6-0 (1-2, 3-3, 0-1) 

ACC: 3-3-0, 5th 

Head Coach; Tommy Mont 



S20 

S27 

04 (-1 (10) 

Oil 

018 

025 (-1 (5( 

Nl 

N8 

N14 

N22 

' at Baltimore. Md. (Memorial Stadiumj 



•at Wake Forest 

•at NCState 

• Clemson 

TexasA&M 

■ at North Carolina 
at Auburn 

■ South Carolina 
Navy 



at Miami W 



• at Virginia 



L 


034 


8,000 


W 


21-6 


11,000 


L 


0-8 


24.000 


L 


10-14 


23,000 


L 


0-27 


25,000 


I 


7-20 


28,000 


W 


106 


20,000 


L 


1440 


30,035 


W 


26-14 


26747 


W 


44-6 


18,000 



1858 



5-5-0 (4-1, 


1-3, 0-1) 






ACC; 


4-2-0 


3rd 








Head Coach; Tom Nugent 






S19 






WestVirginia 


W 27-7 


30,000 


S26 


|-( 


(I5( 


at Texas 


L 0-26 


47,000 


03 


l-l 


(20) 


at Syracuse 


L 0-29 


30,000 


OIO 






• WakeForest 


L 7-10 


21,000 


017 






• North Carolina 


W 14-7 


22,000 


031 






• at South Carolina 


L 6-22 


2O000 


N7 






Navy' 


L 14-22 


32,000 


N14 


H 


|11| 


■atClemson 


W 28-25 


26,000 


N21 






■ Virginia'* , 


W 55-12 


16,000 


D5 






■ NC State ,, , 


W 33-28 


15,000 



at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium] 



laBD 



L 


12-26 




S17 


W 


6-0 


13.000 


S24 




0-14 


25,000 


01 




6-13 


44,304 


08 




6-34 


21,000 


Oli 




7-34 


33,500 


022 




0-14 


20.000 


029 




M, 


18,000 


N5 




0-13 




N12 



6-4-0 (2-2, 4-2) 

ACC; 5-2-0, 3rd 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

at Wtst Virginia W 31-8 

(-( (15( Texas L 0-34 

•Duke L 7-20 

•at NCState L 10-13 

\-\ )8) ■Clemson W 19-17 

■alWakeForest W 14-13 

■South Carolina* W 15-0 

at Penn State L 9-28 

• at North Carolina W 22-19 



W 2514 



4,500 N19 



' at Virginia 



W 44-12 



18,000 
31,000 
25,000 
14,000 
18,000 
11,000 
21,000 
30126 
26,000 
14,000 



2001 ACC CHAMPIONS 



2002 CHICK-FIL-A PEACH BOWL CHAMPIONS 




2 3 



aLL-Tim HisTOHy 



^ 



1HR1 



7 J-0 (4-1, 


Ml 








ACC- 1 1 1' 


irtl 








HkkI CoMh: Tom Nugoni 








Pniuuon AP Ml rKf/rarf mtti 








WJ 


.11 Southern Mi'lhodiU 


W 


14^ 


17,000 


S30 


■.nClemson 


W 


24-21 


28.000 


07 H 


|71 Syt«uw 


,W 


22-21 


35.000 


014 |I0| 


l-l • Nofth Drolinj 


. 1. 


e-14 


23.000 


021 


Alt forte 


W 


21-0 


21.500 


026 


• .11 South Girolia) 


I 


10-20 


18.000 


N4 


PtnnSute" 


W 


21-17 


39,000 


Nil 


•NC Stale 


W 


10-7 


25,000 


N18 


■ Wake Foivst 


W 


10-7 


24.000 


N25 


• at Virginia 


I 


16-28 


2O000 



.1 Otmw, Co*) IHill Top Sudiuml 

18GZ 

»-44 14-1, 1-]| 

ACC: iH) 3rd 

Hm4 CoKh: Tom Nugent 

S22 SouUiem Methodist W 70 33.000 

S29 "atWakefoiest W 13-2 12,000 

06 • at NC State W 144 13,000 

013 -NonhCarolina W 31-13 26,000 

019 at Miami L 24-28 50000 

027 • South Carolina " W 13-11 32,000 

Ni at Penn Slate L 7-23 41,834 

NIO -aiOuke L 7-10 26000 

N17 ■Clemion L 14-17 23,000 

N24 .Virginia W 40-18 18,000 

13B3 

3-7-0 |2-3, t-3, 0-t| 

ACC: ; SO Stii 

Had Coach: Tom Nugent 

S21 'NC Stale L 14-36 28.550 

526 • at South Carolina L 13-21 13,550 

05 -Duke I 12-30 20000 

012 'Northarolina L 7-14 21,000 

019 Air Force W 21-14 32,000 

026 -alWakeFoiest W 32-0 5,000 

N2 F*nn Stale" I 15-17 35.550 

N9 H W af^vy L 7-42 30.000 

N16 •atOemson I 6-21 30.000 

N23 'Virginia W 21-6 15.000 
atMmond Va 

13BU 

5-5-0 13-2, 1-3, 1-0) 

ACC: 1-3-0 I-3rcl 

Head Coach: Toin Nugent 

i"> H |2| Oklahoma L 3-13 36500 

526 • South CaolitH W 24-6 23.500 

03 •atNCStaie L 13-14 14,800 

OlO 'aiDuke L 17-24 27,000 

017 • Not* Carolina W 10-9 28.000 

:i 024 •WakeForest L 17-21 22,000 

031 at Penn State L 9-17 33,500 

N7 Navy W 27-22 40000 

N14 •Clemsoo W 340 26500 

N2I "atVlrgna ,, W lOd 17,500 
ariVoiA* Va 

ISBB 

4-6-0 |l-4. 3-2| 

ACC: 3-3-0, TSth 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S25 OhioU W 24-7 28.000 

02 Syracuse L 7-24 35.000 

09 ■atWakeForsfl W 10-7 18.000 

016 ■ at Nonti Carolina I 10-12 30.000 

023 'NC Stale L 7-29 30.000 

O30 -at South CarDfcB W 27-14 30000 

N6 at Navy „ _ L 7-19 28,000 

NI3 •atOenoon W 60 26000 

N20 'Viigna I 27-33 21,000 

04 Penn Sate L 7-19 24.000 



i!im: 

4-40 (4-1, 0-5) 

ACC: t 10 T3rd 

Head Coach; Lou Saban 

S17 atPennStale I 715 

524 •WakeFon;st W 34-7 

01 at Syracuse . . L 7-28 

08 -Duke W 2119 

015 West Virginia W 28-9 

029 • South Carolina " W 14-2 

N5 ■ at NC State L 2 1 -24 

N12 ■Clemson I 10-14 

N19 "alVirginia L 17-41 

N26 at flonda State L 21-45 

1BB7 

0-9O (0-4, 0-SI 
ACC: 116 0, 8th 
Head Coach: Bob Ward 

S30 at Oklahoma L 0-35 

07 Syracuse L 3-7 

014 H |9| -NC State L 9-31 

021 • at North Carolina L 0-14 

028 • at South Carolina L 0-3 1 

N4 Penn Stale L 3-38 

Nil 'at Clemson L 7-28 

N17 -at Wake Forest L 17-35 

N25 -Virginia L 7-12 

19RS 

2-SO (2-3, 0-4, 0-1) 
ACC: 2-5-0. 7th 

Head Coach: Bob Ward 

S21 Flonda Slate I 14-24 

S28 at Syracuse I 14-32 

05 'Duke' L 28-30 

012 • North Carolin,! W 33-24 

019 • South Carolina W 21-19 

026 ■ at NC Slate . L 11-31 

N2 • at Wake Foresi L 14-38 

N9 -Clemson L 0-16 

N16 H |3| Penn State L 13-57 

N23 -at Virginia 1. 23-28 

' MNoMK Va. 

i8Ba 

3-7-0 (2-3, 1-4) 
ACC: 3-30. T-3rd 

Head Coach: Roy Lester 

S20 al West Virginia L 7-31 

S27 -NC State . L 7-24 

04 •atWakeForest W 19-14 

01 1 Syracuse L 9-20 

018 ■ Duke W 20-7 

025 ■ at South Carolina L 0-17 

Nl ■atClemson L 0-40 

N8 MiamiOhio"' L 21-34 

NI5 l-l |5| atPennSlate L 048 

N22 ■ Virginia w 17-14 

1370 

2-90II-5, 1-3, O-tj 
ACC: 240. T-6th 

Head Coach: Roy Lester 

S12 Villanova L 3-21 

S19 'alOuke L 12-13 

S26 'NotaiCarolina L 20-53 

02 at Miami L 11-18 

OlO al Syracuse L 7-23 

017 "South Carolina* W 21-15 

024 . NC State ' L 06 

031 ■Clemson L 11-24 

N7 Penn Slate L 0-34 

N2I ■atVlrginra W 17-14 

N28 VtetVirginia I 10-20 

ar/VorM Va. 

1371 

2-M (2-4. O-S) 
ACC: 1-40. 7ih 

Head Coach: Roy Lester 

Sll Vianora L 13-28 

SIS 'NCSlate W 35-7 

525 • at North Carotna L 14-35 

02 •Wakeforest L 14-18 

09 Syracuse L 13-21 

016 aiSouthCarotna L 6-35 
023 alFtooda L 23-27 

030 MrginaMitaiy'' W 3M 

N6 H |6| at Pern Slate L 27-63 

N13 "alOemson L 14-20 

N20 'VSigmB L 27-29 



4091 1 
26500 
25,000 
28,400 
28,800 
35,400 
23,500 
24,500 
16,000 
20252 



50.000 
27.500 
27.100 
32000 
33.427 
34.700 
28.000 
14.500 
24.200 



33,600 
26591 
21,000 
27,480 
28,200 
29,700 
15,500 
27,300 
30,000 
16000 



31.000 
28.400 
16000 
23.400 
26700 
42,756 
20000 
20 000 
42.000 
22,000 



24.500 
12.877 
20806 
30.190 
19,872 
15,400 
18,200 
12,500 
23,400 
14,000 
12.821 



22.600 
16500 
43.000 
16200 
20100 
45,653 
53.012 
22.300 
50,144 
25,000 
12.600 



1377 

5-S-l (4-1, I-4-II 

ACC: i ; I jrd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

S9 

SI6 

S23 

S30 

07 

014 

021 

028 

N4 

Nil 

NI8 



' at NC Slate t 24-24 

• North Carolina L 2631 

Virginia Milltaiy W 28-16 

at Syracuse I 12-16 

■WakeForest W 230 

Villanova" W 37-7 

•at Duke L 14-20 

• at Virginia W 24-23 

l-l |I0| at Penn State L 1646 

■ Clemson W 31-6 

at Miami I 8-28 



1373 

M4I4-2, 3-1. M| 

ACC: 5 10 2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

S15 

S22 

S29 

06 

013 

O20 

027 

N3 

NIO 

N17 

N24 



W^l Virginia 

• al North Carolina . 
Villanova 
Syracuse 

■ at NC Slate 

• at Wake Foresi 
■Duke' 

H |6| Penn Slate 

■ Virginia ' 

■ at Clemson 
Tulane . . 



Georgia ' 



I8| |I7| 
Peach Bowl 

D28 M8| l-l 
Final AP Poll 1120 

' at Noilolk. ValOyit& Bowll 
atAtlanUi. Ga. (Fulton County Stadiumj 

/: 



...L 13-20 

..W 23-3 

..W 31-3 

..W 380 

I 22-24 

.'. 370 

A 30-10 

...L 22-42 

. W 330 

. W 28-13 

W 42-9 

L 16-17 



31.000 
28.000 
22.000 
15.681 
15,000 
26842 
21,300 
21,500 
58,171 
29,326 
17,342 



35.112 
37.500 
31,260 
32.800 
39,200 
19,500 
20500 
44,135 
22,300 
31,500 
19,416 

38,107 



137U 




AC 


C( 


^ham 


pions 


8-4-0 (5-1, 


2-1,1 


•21 








ACC: 6-0O. 


Champions 








Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 








Preseason AP Poll ai 4 








SI4 (I4| 


(31 


Alabama 


..L 


1621 


54,412 


S21 |I4| 


l-l 


Flonda ' 


..L 


10-17 


41,140 


S28 




• North Carolina 


.VI 


24-12 


17.800 


05 




at Syracuse 


.W 


310 


19.130 


012 




•Clemson 


W 


410 


32.644 


019 |I8| 


H 


■Wakeforest* 


W 


470 


31.136 


026 |15| 


(I7| 


•NC State 


.VI 


20-10 


49.647 


N2 |I51 


|I0| 


ai Penn State 


..L 


17-24 


60,125 


N9 |I4| 


H 


Villanova 


.W 


410 


42.331 


NI6 |13| 


l-l 


■ Duke- 


w 


56-13 


24.000 


N23 (llj 


l-l 


■ at Virginia 


w 


100 


22,100 


UbertyBowt 










D)6 |10i |20i 
Final AP Poll »l 




L 


3-7 


51,284 


» 


,)i Tampa. Fla [Tampa StBdiumI 








at Nortok Va /Foreman Fiddj 








^t Memphi 


Tenn 


lUPerty Bowl Memonal Stadfvm 






J 




2001 ACC CHAMPIONS 



2002 CHICK-FIL-A PE 



In 1974, Randy White won the Outland Trophy and 
Jerry Claiborne was named Sporting News Coach of 
the rear. 
ACH BOWL CHAMPIONS 



^^ 



2 3 



SLLTIUIB HISTORy 




1975 

»-M |4-l, 4-1-1, 1-0) 
ACC; 5-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Jerfy Claitjorne 
Preseason M> Poll »n 



ACC Champions 



|I7| 
|I4| 



(201 H 



S6 

s:3 

S20 

S27 

04 

Oil 

018 

Nl 

N8 

N15 

IN22 (201 
Gator Bowl 
D29 (171 



|I9| 
|I4| 

m 



\-\ Wlanova . 
(20) at Tennessee.. 

■ at North Carolina 

at Kentucky 

Syracuse* 

■ NC State W 

(-) ■ at Wake Forest 
(9J Penn State 
(-( at Cincinnati 

■ atClemson 

(-| • Virginia 



I3( Florida' w 13-0 



w 


41-0 


41,362 


L 


8-26 


74,161 


W 


34-7 


43,000 


T 


10-10 


55,000 


W 


24-7 


43,863 


W 


37-22 


39,221 


W 


27-0 


19,300 


L 


1315 


58,973 


W 


21-19 


16,478 


w 


22-20 


35,400 


w 


62-24 


44.867 



final AP Poll »l 3 

at Jacksonville. Fla /Gafor Bowll 



64,012 



1378 

7-« (S-I, 2-J) 

ACC: 4-2-0, T-2ntl 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

S3 Villanova 

SIS 

S22 

S29 

06 

013 

O20 

027 

N3 

NI7 

N24 



■ at Clemson 
Mississippi Stare 
at Kentucky 
Penn State 

H (17) • at NC State 

■ at Wake Foiest 
•at Duke 

(-) (18) ■ North Carolina " 
Louisville 

■ Virginia 



1980 

8-4-0(5-1,3-2,0-1) 

ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



1976 

11-1-0(64, 5-0,0-1) 
ACC: 5-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll »1 2 



ACC Champions 



Sll )I2( (-) 

SI8 (10) (-) 

S25 (8) (-) 

02 (7( [-) 

09 (7) (-( 

016 (5) )-) 

023 )6) (-1 

O30 (5( )-) 

N6 (6) (-) 

N13 (6( )-( 

N20 (6) 1-1 

Conon Bowl 
JJI (41 (6| Houston 

I Final AP Poll »a 
\^at Dallas, Texas (Conon Bowll 



Richmond W 31-7 41.088 

at West Virginia W 24-3 35,107 

atSyracuse W 42-28 21.109 

Villanova W 20-9 38,131 

• at NC State W 16-6 38,500 

■ WakeFotest w 17-15 46,321 

■at Duke W 30-3 20200 

Kentucky w 24-14 43.013 

Cincinnati w 21-0 45,315 

•Clemson" w 20-0 40.288 

■atWginia w 28-0 23.100 



L 21-30 58,500 



1877 

8-4^) (4-2, 3-2, 1-0) 
ACC: 4-2-0. T-3rd 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll »I0 



SIO 

$17 

S24 

01 

08 

015 

022 

029 

N5 

NI2 

NI9 



(lOJ 
111) 

H 



■atClemson W 21-14 

WesiVirginia L 16-24 

at Penn State L 9-27 

■ at NC State L 20-24 

Syracuse w 24-10 

■ at Wake Forest W 35-7 

■Duke" w 31-13 



■ North Carolina 

Villanova 

at Richmond 

■ Virginia 



Hall of Fame Bowl 

D22 Minnesota ' . 

' at Birmingham, Ala (Legion Fieldl 

1978 

9-3-0)4-1,5-1,0-1) 

ACC: 5 I -0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

S9 

SI6 

S23 

S30 

07 

014 

021 

028 

N4 

Nil 

NI8 



L 7-16 

W 19-13 

W 27-24 

W 28-0 

W 17-7 



|20( 
1181 
|I5) 
(121 
(10) 
(6| 
(5| 
|5| 
(I3| 
(II) 
Sun Bowl 
D23 1 131 
Final AP Poll no 
' at £1 Paso, Texas (Sun Bowll 



(-1 
)-( 
H 

(20) 
(-) 
H 
(-( 
(2) 
H 

(I2| 



Tulane w 31-7 

at Louisville W 24-17 

• at North Carolina W 21-20 

Kentucky w 20-3 

■NCState' w 31-7 

atSyracuse . w 24 9 

■Wake Forest w 39 

•at Duke w 27-0 

at Penn State L 3-27 

■ at Virginia W 1 7-7 

• Clemson L 24-28 



14) Texas' l 0-42 



(I9( 



I4( 
(-( (6( 
(-1 |14| 



S6 

S13 

S20 

S27 

04 

Oil 

018 

025 

Nl 

NI5 

N22 

Tangerine Bowl 

D20 



Villanova 
Vanderbilt 
at West Virginia . 

■ at North Carolina 
at Pittsburgh 
Penn State 

• Wake Forest 

■at Duke 

■NCState" , 

• Clemson 

■ at Virginia 

Florida' 



at Orlando Fla (Tangerine Bowll 

1981 

4-6-I (2-2,2-4-1) 

ACC: 4-2-0, 3rd 

Head Coach: Jerty Claiborne 

SI2 

S19 

S26 

02 

010 

017 

024 

031 )-( (9( 

N7 

N14 (-) (2) 

N2I 



at Vanderbilt 

West Virginia 

■ at NC State . 
atSyracuse , 
at Florida , 

■ at Wake Forest 

■ Duke " 

■ North Carolina 
at Tulane 

■ atClemson 

■ Virginia 



44.650 
45,123 
62.079 
42.800 
39.100 
24,900 
44,867 
42.683 
30,186 
17,000 
33,787 

47,000 



198Z 

8-4-0 (5-1, 3-2, 0-1) 

ACC:5-1-(I, 2nd 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross 



SI 

SIS 

S25 

02 

09 

016 

023 

O30 

N7 

NI3 

N20 



(-( 



(1?( 



1101 
H 

(111 
(-( 



at Penn State 

at West Virginia 
■NCState 
at Syracuse 
Indiana State 

■ Wake Forest 

■Duke" 

■ at North Carolina 
Miami 

■ Clemson 

■ at Virginia 



(19) 
(18) 
(19) 
Aloha Bowl 

D25 (16) )9) Washington 
Final M> Poll 1120 

' at Honolulu, Hawaii (fiJoiia StadiumI 



w 


24-20 


31,684 


w 


19-0 


52.274 


w 


3514 


37.212 


l 


7-14 


57,800 


L 


7-27 


52,348 


L 


0-7 


39,800 


L 


17-25 


26,050 


W 


27-0 


34,200 


W 


17-14 


35.618 


W 


28-7 


25.104 


W 


17-7 


26.071 



7-3 

31-6 

14-11 

3-17 

9-38 

10-24 

11-10 

17-14 



W 24-0 

W 34-7 

W 31-0 

, L 20-35 



17-23 

13-17 

34-9 

17-17 

10-15 

45-33 

24-21 

10-17 

7-14 

7-21 

48-7 



L 20-21 



32.650 
27,150 
48,038 
51,400 
47,409 
48,123 
36,472 
17,400 
40,016 
32,650 
22,407 

52,541 



38.624 
38.300 
47.500 
32.000 
56.316 
25.500 
31.800 
32.100 
32,474 
64.000 
21.300 



L 


31-39 


84,597 


I 


18-19 


56,042 


W 


23-6 


34,300 


W 


26-3 


30.214 


W 


38-0 


31.500 


W 


52-31 


35.100 


W 


4922 


40,100 


W 


31-24 


51.319 


w 


18-17 


43.200 


L 


22-24 


51.750 


w 


45-14 


20002 



3O055 



31,458 
36,142 
48,000 
42,873 
45.319 
15.709 
43,119 
23.600 
78,019 
19,874 
51,376 

33,122 



1983 

8-4-0 |S-1, 3-2, 0-1) 
ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 
Preseason AP Ml? 



ACC Champions 



w 

„L 
,W 

,w 



at Vanderbilt 

West Virginia 

Pittsburgh 

■ Virginia 

Syracuse 

■ at Wake Forest 

■ Duke" 

■ North Carolina 
at Auburn 

■ atClemson " 

■ at NC Slate 

Florida Citrus Bowl 

017 )I6) (-) Tennessee' I 23-30 50.185 

at Orlando, Fla. (Florida Citrus Bowl] 
Clemson indigityle for ACC title, game counts as Maryland win in ACC standinqt 



SIO 


(I'l 


(-1 


SI/ 


1I7( 


(20) 


S24 


(-( 


m 


01 


)I9| 


\-\ 


08 


(16( 


(-( 


015 


(16) 


(-( 


022 


(I5( 


(-( 


029 


1131 


(3( 


Ni 


('( 


(3( 


NI2 


(ll( 


(l'( 


NI9 


|20| 


(-1 



21-14 
21-31 
13-7 
23-3 
, W 34-13 
. W 36-33 
. W 38-3 
W 28-26 
„ L 23-35 
-L 27-52 
-W 2U 



40.856 
54.715 
48,500 
4O200 
43,700 
22,300 
40,100 
51.200 
75.600 
81.000 
32,300 





^^^ 










198U 






ACC Champions 


9-3-0 (2-2, 


5-1, 


?-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 H 


(1?( 


at West Wrginia 


W 


20-17 


58,353 


S29 




■ Wake Forest 


W 


38-17 


32,700 


06 )-) 


(ll( 


at Penn State 


L 


24-25 


85,456 


013 




■NCState" 


W 


44-21 


43,450 


027 




■at Duke 


W 


43-7 


17,500 


N3 




■ at North Carolina 


w 


34-23 


48 000 


NIO H 


(6( 


at Miami 


w 


42^0 


31,548 


NI7 H 


(20) 


■ Clemson' 


w 


41-23 


60,575 


N24 (18) 


(-1 


■at Virginia 


w 


45-34 


43,017 


Sun Bowl 












D22 (121 (-1 
Final AP Poll Itl 


Tennessee " 


w 


28-27 


50 126 


2 






' at Baltimore. Md 


(Memorial StadiumI 








^ at Fl Paso Texas (Sun Bowll 









1985 

9-3-0 (4-1, 3-1, 2-1) 
ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 
Preseason AP Poll it? 



ACC Champions 



(7| 
(I7( 
(1?( 
(171 



|I91 
(-( 
H 

(12) 



Penn State 
Boston College 
West Virginia 



S7 

S14 

S2I 

S28 

05 

019 

026 

N2 

N9 H 

NI6 

N29 

Cherry Bowl 

D2I 

Final AP Poll »1S 
at Foxboro. Mass (Sullivan StadiumI 
at Baltimore Md (Memorial StadiumI 
at Pontiac. Mich (Pontiac Silverdomel 



L 18-20 
W 31-13 
W 28-0 



at Michigan L 0-20 

atNCState w 31-17 



■ at Wake Forest 

■ Duke 

■ North Carolina " 
Miami' 

■ at Clemson 

■ Virginia 



W 26-3 

W 40-10 

W 28-10 

L 22-29 

W 34-31 

W 33-21 



Syracuse' w 35-1 



198G 

5-5-1 (1-3, 4-2, 0-0-1) 

ACC: 2-3-1, 5th 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross 

SI at Pittsburgh w 10-7 

S13 Vanderbilt W 35-21 

S20 at West Virginia w 24-3 

S27 (13) H .NCState L 16-28 

on Boston College " L 25-30 

018 .Wake Forest L 21-27 

025 -at Duke W 27-19 

Nl ■ at North Carolina L 30-32 

N8 )-) )2) at Penn State L 15-17 

N15 (-) )I5) ■Clemson' T 17-17 

N28 ■ at Virginia W 42-1 

at Baltimore, Md. (Memonal StadiumI 

1987 

4-7-0(3-1, 1-5,0-1) 

ACC: 3-3-0. 5th 

Head Coach: Joe Krivak 

S5 

S12 

SI9 

S26 

010 

017 

024 

031 

N7 

N14 

N2I 

' at Baltimore, Md. (Memonal StadiumI 

1988 

S-M (3-2, 2-4) 
ACC: 4-3-0, T-4Ih 
Head Coach: Joe Knvak 



atSyracuse I 11-25 

■Virginia w 21-19 

WestVirginia w 25-20 

•atNCState L 14^2 

)-) (3) atMiami L 16-46 

• at Wake Forest W 14-0 

■Duke'" W 23-22 

14-27 
16-21 
IMS 
24-34 



■ North Carolina L 

Penn State' L 

■ at CleiTison L 

at Vanderbilt I 



S3 Louisville W 2716 

S17 (-( (12) at West Virginia I 24-55 

S24 • NC State W 30-26 

01 atSyracuse L 9-20 

08 ■Georgia Tech W 13-8 

015 ■Wakefoiesi" L 24-27 



50750 
30210 
51,250 
105,282 
29,500 
23,700 
46,175 
49,800 
62,350 
78,037 
48,950 

51,858 



48,120 
45.275 
63,500 
44,920 
45,380 
39,650 
18.600 
46.000 
85,651 
58.758 
27.800 



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. IBS 
32.291 
45.197 
36.969 
41,278 



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3 



o;; • Jl Ouke 

0/9 • al Nonh Cirolifv) 

N5 .It Pmn SUIe 

Nl? H l"l •CWnson 
NI9 ••llVifginM 



W 3«4 23.800 

W 41-38 45.000 

I 10-17 78.000 

I 2549 45.000 

L 23-24 30600 



)-;-l (2-3. M, (M-ll 

ACC: ; ', 6m 
HMd CoKh: Joo Knv.ik 

52 • .11 NC St.iif L 6-10 

59 |-| |I7| WeilVjrginu I 10-14 

516 Wttlcfn Mrchigiin W 23-0 

523 H I'l •.'iCIcmson L 7-31 

530 i-l |6| aiMpchigan L 2141 

07 •atGewgalKn I 24-28 

014 •alWJkcfcxKt W 27-7 

021 "Duke" L 25-46 

028 •NorttiCaiolina W 3M 

Nil H \'i\ Pnin5tait' T 13-13 

Nie H |I6| •Wginia L 21-48 

isao 

6-S-l 13-1. 3-3. O-l-ll 

ACC:4J-0 4t)l 
HMdCMcti:JoeKnvali 

S: MfginaTKh W 20-13 

S« H P5| atVUeslVlrgna W 14-10 

SIS H |I6| •Clwraon L 17-18 

522 • NC Stale * 13-12 

529 H |6| at«*cfiigan I 17-45 

06 H |23| •GwrgalWi 1. 3-31 

0!3 ■WSkfFwBt' W 41-13 

O20 'flOuke W 23-20 

027 • at Norm Carolina L 10-34 

NIO H I'll aiPennSlate I 10-24 

NI7 



aiWginia W 35-30 



H |Jl| 
H 181 
lntfep«fidenn Bowl 

DIS Louisiana lech 

nBemmore Ma iMmonal SoOiuml 
'MSHnytpoa U imdependencf Sa<tuml 

1931 

2-»-0|t-3, 1-S, O-ll 

ACC: 2-i^: 6th 

Held Coadi: Joe Knvat 

57 ■ VVgina „ , 

514 H l»l iyxuK 

521 WestVkgna 

05 H l"l aiPitotugh 

012 •aiGeoigialech 

019 ■ at W*e Forest W 

026 ■Ouke" 

N2 • at Nonti Carolina 

N9 H l»l PemState 

N16 H P5| •atCleiiBon 

N23 H |22| -atNCSraie 



X Saftmore. Ma IMemomI SaOuml 

1982 

3-8-0 |2-«. Ml 

ACC: .W St" 

Held CeadK .Uait OUther 

55 

512 

519 

526 

03 

OIO 

017 

024 

031 

N7 

NI4 



H l»| 
H M'l 



H l"l 



H P2| 

H f6| 



■ ai Vigni ~ „. I 

■NCS«e I 

aiWeslVlrjnia I 

H PI at P«*i Slate L 

PSItsDurgO tl 

• Georgia Tecti L 

•WstxfoKa' L 

•at Ouke _ W 

• Nonh Cantna I 

■atFtondaSoK L 

■ Oemsoo W 



17-6 

17-31 

7-37 

20-24 

10-34 

23-22 

13-17 

0-24 

7-47 

7-40 

17-20 



15-28 
10-14 
33-34 
1349 
47-34 
26-28 
23-30 
27-25 
24-31 
21-69 
53-23 



1993 



2-9-0 11-4. I -SI 

acc:;.6m: T-7IH 

Head CeactK Mart Ouirner 



S-! 

511 

SIS 

525 

02 

09 

016 

O30 

N6 

NI3 

N20 



• Vtgm 

H |I41 -at North Carofcu 

VIMVIrgna 

alVirjnalech 

H |8| PennSiate 

• at George kch .... 
•DuUe- 

• atOeimon 

H (l| • Florida State 



2943 

42-59 

3742 

28-55 

7-70 

0-38 



0-29 
2049 

• at NC State I 21-44 

■ at Wake forest W 33-32 



,. I 

. L 

I 

. I 
.. L 
...I 
.W 26-18 
-.1 
-.1 



41.780 
45.000 
20354 
77,000 
104,877 
32.062 
17,500 
38.617 
27.441 
61.215 
38.113 



34.198 
64.950 
39.255 

102.894 
31.941 
27,554 
23,200 
46,000 

43.500 

48.325 



36.198 
41.310 
40.442 
38,328 
42.01 1 
17.342 
35,423 
50,000 
57,416 
73.000 
36.491 



44.400 
27,550 
55.727 
95,818 
35,891 
26,250 
31,132 
17,850 
22,099 
64,127 
25.223 



35.015 
50,000 
42,008 
38,829 
42,008 
36,218 
31,487 
6^000 
36,255 
35.120 
12.521 



199U 



4-7-0 (3-2, 


1-S| 










ACC: 2-M. 


7ih 










Head CoKh: Mark Duffner 








S3 




•alDuke 


I 


1649 


20831 


510 H 


m 


• Florida State 


I 


20-52 


38.014 


SI7 




at West Virginia 


W 


2413 


62,852 


523 




• Wake forest 


w 


31-7 


24.787 


01 




• at Clemson 


L 


013 


68.000 


015 H 


|I5| 


■ at North Carolina 


L 


1741 


46,500 


022 




• Georgia Tech 


, W 


42-27 


30.429 


029 




Tulane" 


W 


38-10 


24,456 


N5 




• NC State 


L 


4547 


27,126 


NI2 H 


m 


• at Virginia 


L 


2146 


40,900 


N19 




at Syracuse 


L 


16-21 


48.309 


lasB 












*-S4) (3-2, 3-31 










ACC: 44-0. T-5lh 










Held Coach: Mart Duflner 









|24i 
l"l 



S2 

59 

516 

523 

528 

07 

021 

028 

N4 

Nil 

NI8 

1886 

S-64 (4-2, t-3. 0-1) 

ACC: 3-M, T-61h 

Head Coach: Mart Duflner 



atTulane W 29-10 

• North Carolina W 32-18 

west Virginia W 31-17 

1-1 •Duke W 41-28 

1-1 "at Georgia Tech L 3-31 

• atWakefoiest W 9-6 

•Clemson" L 0-17 

at Louisville I 0-31 

• at NC State W 30-13 

H |I4) -Viiginia L 18-21 

H |6| ■ at rionda State L 17-59 



I-l I"! 
H |23| 



A31 

S7 

514 

S28 

05 

012 

019 

026 

N2 

N14 

N23 

' 31 Atami. fta /fto PUyer Siaaiumj 

1387 

2-M) (1-5, l-4| 

ACC: 1-7-0. 8lh 

Hod Coach: Ron Vanderlinclen 
Ohio 

|5| 

|6| 



Northern Illinois W 30-6 

Alatiama-Birmingham W 39-15 



'at Virginia 

at West Virginia 

■NC State 

H |I3| • at North Carolina , 
•Wake forest" 

• at Duke 

• at Clemson 
■ Georgia Tech 

I-l |3| ■ florida Stale 



3-21 
0-13 
8-34 
7-38 
52-0 
W 22-19 
L 3-35 
W 1310 
L 1048 



56 

513 I- 

520 I- 

527 

04 

Oil 

018 

025 

Nl 

N8 

N22 

1998 

34-0 |2-3, 1-4,0-11 

ACC: 1-7-0, r-8th 

Head Coach: Ron V^nOertinden 



.1 14-21 



at Florida State L 7-50 

L 1440 



■ North Carolina , 

at Temple W 24-21 

■Duke W 16-10 

West Virginia L 14-31 

• at WSke f ores L 1 7-35 

• Clemson " L 9-20 

• Virginia L 045 

• at NC State L 2845 

• at Georgia Tech L 18-37 



S5 

512 

519 

526 

03 

OIO 

017 

031 

N7 

NI4 

N21 



H |1 2| 

H M'l 
H I'l 



James Madison 

• at Virginia 

at West Virginia 
Temple 

• f lorjda State 



W 23-15 

L 19-31 

L 2042 

W 30-20 

L 10-24 



' at Clemson L 0-23 

• Wake Forest * .._ L 10-20 

H |23| • Georgia Tech ' L 14-31 

• at North Carolina L 13-24 

•aiDuke W 42-25 

• NC State L 21-35 



alBaltimazMa IPSINelitaduT^ 



i*« (3-3, 2-3| 
ACC 2-60. T«th 
Head Coach: Ron V^nderinden 

59 atfatiple W 60 

511 VtetemCaiDfcia W 51-10 

518 WtetMigna W 3J0 

530 H PI alGeorjaTech L 3149 

09 atWakeFoiest W 17-14 

016 Oemson L 3042 



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 
18,751 
60.000 
22.510 
31,989 



30 100 
72.237 
30.084 
12.872 
23.206 
31.210 
17.893 
27,270 
23,479 
43,500 
35,276 



36,547 
42,800 
52,279 
27.047 
33.134 
73.000 
23.419 
25.183 
51.200 
15.272 
21.589 



25.322 
36.376 
33,169 
44,612 
19,321 
34,097 



aLL-Tim HisTORy 



023 

O30 

N6 

NI3 

N20 



I-l |l| 



North Carolirsa 
Ouke" 
at NC Stale 
at Florida State 
Virginia 



W 45-7 27,077 

I. 22-25 30222'- 

L 17-30 47.211 

L 1049 80 340 

L 30-34 32.334 



7800 



5-64 14-2, 1-4) 

ACC 3 W) T-6lh 

Head Coach Ron Vandcrlinden 



59 

516 

S23 

S28 

07 

014 

021 

028 

N4 

Nil 

N18 



Temple 

at West Virginia , 

Middle Tennessee ., 
I-l |2| Florida Slate 

at Virginia , 

at Clemson 

Wake Foresr 

at Duke 

NC State 

at North Caroiina 
I-l |22| Georgia Tech 



M |5| 



, W 17-10 

,,L 17-30 

,W 45-27 

.. L 7-59 

L 23-31 

I 14-35 

* 37-7 

W 20-9 

W 35-28 

L 10-13 

L 22-35 



46,950 
53,007 
31,126 
47,044 
53,655 
85,000 
26,544 
20.033 
|2o(| 28,410 
40000 
24,701 



^^DOT 



10-2-0 17-0, 3-1, 0-1) 
ACC: 7- [ ^, Champions 
Head Coach: Ralph Friedgen 



ACCChonpions 



|25| M 



|22| |I5| 

n I-l 

|I0| |I8| 

|I5| H 

|I3| H 

I '01 H 
FedEx Orange Bowl 
JP |6| |5| Flonda' 
Final AP Poll im 
^af Mismi, Fl^ fPro Player Sl^dmmj 



North Carolina 
Eastern Michigan 
at Wake forest 

West Virginia 

Virginia 

at (jeorgia Tech 
Duke" 

at flonda State 

Troy State 

Clemson 

at NC State 



w 


23-7 


44.080 


w 


50-3 


42,105 


w 


27-20 


22,372 


w 


32-20 


40.166 


w 


41-21 


44,197 


w 


20-17(011 


40574 


w 


5917 


43,528 


1. 


31-52 


82,565 


w 


47-14 


38,415 


w 


37-20 


52,462 


w 


23-19 


51,500 



L 23-56 73.640 




MeMn Fowler (67} and Marc Riley 12} celebrate the 
Terps' 2001 ACC title and a trip to the Orange Bowl. 



zooz 

11-34)16-1,6-1, Ml 

ACC: W-0. T2nd 

Head Coach: Ralph friedgen 

A25 |2I] H vs. Notre Dame 



L 0-22 72.903 

57 Akron W 44-14 48,057 

514 H |5| Flonda State L 10-37 51.758 

521 E.»«chigan W 45-3 46,098 

S28 Wofford W 37-8 44.098 

05 aiWestWrgrta W 48-17 55146 

017 Georgia Tech W 34-10 41.766 

026 alDuke W 45-12 23.451 

N2 at North Carolina W 59-7 44.000 

N9 |25| |I41 NCSiate W 24-21 52.915 

N16 |19) H at Oemson W 30-12 72.000 

N23 [18) H at Virginia L 1M8 58,358 

N30 [2S| H WakeFoesst W 32-14 39.006 

OiicMM Peach Bowl 

D31 |18| H vs Tennessee- W 30-3 68,330 
FaalAPPttatn 
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aLL-Time semes eeseiTS 



Seriei results and records vs. 
opponents since 1892. 
Overall records are listedHrst 
with home road and neu- 
tral records in parentheses. 
• indicates home games: 
Neutral site games are indi- 
cated. 

aiR FDRce 

2-0 11-0, 1-0) 



1961 



W 



21-0 



1963' 



W 21-14 



aKROn 

1-0 11-0. 0-0) 



2002- W 44-14 

aiaeama 

1-2 111, 0-1) 



1952 



7-27 



1953' 



21-0 



1974 ■ 



L 



16-21 



aiaBama 

BiRmiRRHaR) 
1-0 11-0, 0-0) 



1996- 



W 39-15 



aLGxanoRia hibr 
1-0 n-o, 0-01 



1896- 



18-0 



ameRican 

0-1 (0-1. 0-0) 



1918- 



6-13 



aUBURR 

1-2 10-0, 1-2) 



1952 



13-7 



1958 



7-20 



1983 



23-35 



BaiBBRIBBB RBVai 
1-1 111 , 0-0) 



1943- 



L 



0-46 



1946- W 



54-0 



BaiTIRIBRG GITB 
GBLLRBB 

3-0 13-0, (M)) 



1893- 



W 



14-0 



1906- W 



22-0 



1913- 



W 



27-0 



BaLTimORB 
RIBBICai GBLL 

0-1 10^), 0-1) 



1897' 



L 



0-10 



i -Baltimore. Md. lEIearic Parkl 

BaiTiniDRe 

poiy inxTiTinB 

31 131, 0-0) 

1905- W ^ 20-0 



1908' W 



12-0 



1914- 



0-6 



1915' W 



31-0 



BBBLBR 
11 (0-1, 1-0) 

1955 W 



20-6 



1956- 



0-14 



BBTHGL RULITaRB 

1-0 11-0, 0-0) 

1696 ■ W 20-10 

BflSTBR GBLLGae 

1-1 lU-l, 0-0, 1-0) 

1985' W 31-13 
1986- L 25-30 

i-foxbofo, iWdij ISullivsn 
Stadiumj 

BOSTBB 
UniUBRSITB 

2-0 100, 20) 



1949 



W 



14-13 



1952 



W 



34-7 



BUSIRBSS HIBB 

1-0 11-0, 0-0) 



1896' 



34-0 



GaRRBBIB TGGH 

0-1 (0-0, 01) 



1921 



L 0-21 



CaTHBLIG 

8-1-2 15-0-1, 3-1-1) 



1910' 



20-0 



1911 ' 



6-6 



1914 



6-0 



1915 
1916' 



L 
W 



0-16 

13-9 



1919- 



13-0 



1920 



14-0 



1921 



16-0 



1922 



W 



54-0 



1923 ■ W 



40-6 



1924 



(Ml 



GBRTRai HIBH 

6-2 16-2, 0-C) 



1893' W 



IM 



1896 ■ W 



10-6 



1896- W 



14-0 



1897' W 



24-6 



1901 ■ 



L 



0-11 



19 



W 



5-0 



1910- W 



12-0 



1911 ■ 



0-14 



GHaRLGTTB 
aGaBBRIB 

1-0 no, 0-0) 



HaiL 



1900- 



w 



21-6 



GBIGaBB 
0-1 100, 0- 1) 



1926 



0-21 



GiRGiRnari 

2-0 n o, 1-0) 

1975 W 21-19 



1976' 



W 



21-0 



GLBmSBB 

22-27-2 

(lail-l, IMS, 1 l-lj 



1952' 



W 



1953 



W 



28-0^ 
20-0 



1954" 



W 



16-0 



1955 



W 25-12 



1956 • 



M> 



1957 



7-26 



1958' 



0-8 



1959 



W 28-25 



I960« W 19-17 



1961 


W 


24-21 


1962- 


L 


14-17 


1963 


L 


6-21 


1964- 


W 


34-0 


1965 


W 


6-0 


1966' 


L 


10-14 


1967 


L 


7-28 


1968' 


L 


0-16 


1969 


I 


040 


1970" 


L 


11-24 


1971 


L 


14-20 


1972' 


W 


31-6 


1973 


W 


28-13 


1974- 


w 


41-0 


1975 


w 


22-20 


1976 ■ 


w 


20-0 


1977 


w 


2M4 


1978" 


L 


24-28 


1979 


W 


19-0 


1980- 


W 


34-7 



1981 


L 7-21 


1982- 


L 22-24 


1983 


L 27-52 


1984' 


*- 41-23 


1985 


* 34-31 


1986' 


T 17-17 


1987 


L 16-45 


1988" 


L 25-49 


1989 


L 7-31 


1990' 


L 17-18 


1991 


L 7-40 


1992- W 53-23 


1993 


L 0-29 


1994 


L 0-13 


1995' 


L 0-17 


1996 


L 3-35 


1997" 


L 9-20 


1998 


L 0-23 


1999' 


L 30-42 


2000 


L 14-35 



2001 ■ W 37-20 



2002 



W 30-12 



I -Baltimore. Md jMemorial 
stadium! 

GLIFTOR aTBLGTIG 
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1-0 n-o, 0-0) 



1903- 



W 



5-0 



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aTHLBTIG CLUB 

0-1 10-1, 0-0) 



1894' 



L 



0-26 



GRRRGGTIGBT 

1-0 no, 0-0) 



1942- 



W 



34-0 



GRBSGBRT 
aTHLBTIG GLBB 

10 n - o, 0-0) 

1892- W 12-0 



GBRTIS Bay GOaST 
RUSHB 

0-1 10-1, 0-0) 



1943" 



7-13 



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^5-l I2-0-1. 1-5) 



1899 



0-32 



1901 



6-24 



1902" 



M 



1903 



0-16 



1904 



0-18 



1905 


L 


0-12 


1917' 


W 


20-0 


1947- 


W 


43-19 


1948 


W 


21-0 


BIGKIRSBR 

1-0 no, 0-0) 


I916« 


w 


6-0 


BBKB 

28-18113-6,13-9,2-3) 


1932 




0-34 


1933- 




7-38 


1941 ' 




0-50 


1942 




042 


1947 




7-19 


1948 .w 




12-13 


1950 


w 


26-14 


1957 




0-14 


I960" 




7-20 


1962 




7-10 


1963 J 




12-30 


1964 




17-24 


1966" 


w 


21-19 


1968' 




28-30 


1969' 


w 


20-7 


1970 




12-13 


1972 




14-20 


1973' 


w 


30-10 


1974' 


w 


56-13 


1976 


w 


30-3 


1977- 


w 


31-13 


1978 


w 


27-0 


1979 


w 


27-0 


1980 


w 


17-14 


1981 ■ 


w 


24-21 


1982' 


w 


49-22 


1983' 


w 


38-3 


1984 


w 


43-7 


1985- 


w 


40-10 


1986 


w 


27-19 


1987- 


w 


23-22 


1988 


w 


34-24 


1989- 


L 


2546 


1990 


w 


23-20 


1991 ■ 


L 


13-17 


1992 


w 


27-25 


1993- 


w 


26-18 


1994 


L 


1649 


1995' 


W 


41-28 


1996 


W 


22-19 


1997" 


w 


16-10 


1998 


w 


42-25 


1999 ■ 


L 


22-25 


2000 


W 


20-9 


2001 ■ 


W 


59-17 


2002 


W 


45-12 


I -Baltimore. Md. jMemonal 
Stadiuml. 2-Wasr]lngton. DC 
lOnfflth Stadium!, 3-llichmond 
Va 4-Nortolk. Va 


BUQUGSRB 

1-0 10-0. 1-01 


1947 


W 


32-0 


BaSTGRR HISH 

4-1 14-1, 0-0) 


1893- 


W 


36-0 


1896- 


L 


0-6 


1897" 


W 


4-0 


1898- 


W 


4-0 


1899- 


w 


22-0 



easTBRR 
RiicHiean 

2-0 12-0, 0-0) 

2001 ■ W 50-3 



2002" 


W 


45-3 


BPISGBPai HIBH 
0-4 10-3,0-1) 


1892' 


L 


0-16 


1896' 


L 


0-6 


1898 


L 


0-37 


1900' 


L 


6-34 


FLORlOa 

6-12 12-1 


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 



I -Jacksonville, Fla. jMunicipal 
StBdiumj. 2-Tampa, FIs. 3- 
Battimore. Md jMemonal 
Stadium}. ^-^K's^hmQlon, DC 
(Griffith Stadiumj. S-Jacksonville. 
Fla IGaior Bowl}. 6-Orlancto, 
Fla. (Tangenne Bowij, /-Miami. 
Fla. (Pro Player Stadium. FedEx 
Orange Bowlj 



FLBRIBa STBTG 

0-13(0-5,0-6,0-1) 


1966 




2145 


1968- 




14-24 


1992 




21-69 


1993- 




2049 


1994- 




20-52 


1995 




17-59 


1996' 




1048 


1997 




7-50 


1998- 




10-24 


1999 




1049 


2000- 




7-59 


2001 




31-52 


2002. 




10-37 


;-*femi. Fla. 
Stadium! 


IPro Player 


FHRT mBnRBB 

0-01 JO-O-I, O-OJ 

1904" T 0-0 


FRBGRICKSBBRB 

2-0(1-0, 1-0) 


1908 


W 


10-0 


1911 • 


W 


5-0 


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9-6-1 (7-4-1, 2 


2) 


1896' 


T 


0-0 


1897 • 


L 


616 


1898* 


L 


0-33 


1901 • 


L 


10-11 


1904 


W 


22-5 


1905- 


W 


16-0 


1907 


L 


0-5 



1908- 


W 


5^3 


1909 


W 


14-12 


1911 • 


W 


6-2 


19I2' 


W 


13-7 


I913' 


L 


0-13 


1914 


L 


0-23 


1915- 


W 


10-2 


1926- 


W 


38-7 


1929- 


w 


13-6 


gflORaBTflUIR 

6-10(3-6,0-1,3-3) 


1894- 


w 


64 


1902- 


L 


0-27 


1903- 


L 


0-28 


1904 


L 


0-22 


1906' 


L 


0-28 


1907- 


L 


O-IO 


1934" 


W 


6-0 


1935' 


W 


12-6 


1936- 


L 


6-7 


1937' 


W 


12-2 


1938- 


L 


7-14 


1939' 


L 


0-20 


1940' 


L 


041 


1941 ' 


L 


0-26 


1949 • 


W 


33-7 


1950' 


W 


25-14 


I'Washington. D C 
Stadium! 


/GriffiKl 


geRRgeTBuiR prgp 

11 (1-1, 0-0) 


1900' 


L 


0-5 


1900" 


W 


15-0 


gBBRgB 

RjaSHIRRTOR 

11-3(7-2, 1-0. 


3-1) 


1898- 


L 


5-17 


1902' 


W 


11-10 


1903 


W 


6-0 


1907' 


W 


\M 


1908" 


L 


0-57 


1909' 


L 


0-26 


1910' 


W 


11-0 


1948 ■'" 


W 


47-0 


1949" 


W 


40-14 


1950" 


«/ 


23-7 


1951 " 


* 


33-6 


1953' 


W 


27-6 


1954" 


W 


48-6 


1955" 


W 


19-0 


l-Wastilngton. D C lOrtm 
Stadium! 


BBDRBia 

3-2-1 (1-0 


2-1 


0-1-1) 


1947' 


T 


20-20 


1950 


L 


7-27 


1951 


W 


43-7 


1952 


W 


37-0 


1953" 


W 


40-13 


1973' 


L 


16-17 


t-Jacluomille fla ICatorBcwII. 
2-Aianta. Ga. {fulton County 
StadiumI 


BBBRBia TBGH 

510 (4-3, 1-6, 0-1) 


1988" 


W 


13-8 


1989 




24-28 


1990" 




3-31 


1991 




10-34 


1992" 




26-28 


1993 




0-38 


1994 • 


W 


42-27 



1995 



3-31 



1996' 



W 13-10 



1997 



18-37 



1998' 



14-31 



1999 



3149 



2000" 



22-35 



2001 



W 0120-17 



2002" 



W 34-10 



l-8altimore, Md. IPSINet 
Stadium! 

BIBRaLTaR 
aTHLBTIG GLBB 

0-1 (0-1, 0-0) 



1900" 



0-17 



BBRzaga nibh 

M (1-1,0-0) 



1900- 



5-11 



1900' W 



21-0 



BRBBRUILLB 
aiR BaSB 

1-0 (0-0, 1-0) 



1943 



W 43-13 



SBILFBRB 

1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 



1945- 



60-6 



9BRTBR TGRIPLB 

1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 



1903- 



W 



21-0 



HamPBGR 

SBBRBH 

2-2 (2-2, 0-0) 



1939" 



W 



25-0 



1940" 



L 



6-7 



1941 ■ 



18-0 



1944" 



0-12 



HaUBRFBRR 
0-2 (0-1, 0-1) 



1915 



0-7 



1916" 



6-7 



HBBSTBB 

0-1 (0-0,0-0,0-1) 



1976' 



21-30 



l-[latlas. Texas ICotton Bowl! 

iRBiana 

0-2 10-0, 0-1. 0-1) 



1934 



14-17 



1935' 



7-13 



l-8altimat Md. jMefrwial 
Stadium! 

iRDiaRa sTaTG 
1-0 n-o, 0-0) 



1982" W 



38-0 



lamcs RiaBisoR 

1-0(1-0,0-OJ 

1998 ■ W ^ 23-15 



IBHRS HBPKIBS 

16-1 1-5 (1-2, 8-5-2, 7-4-3) 


1892 


fr62 


1897" 


0-30 


1898 


0-16 


1899 


040 


1901' 


04 


1902' 


0-17 


1908 


0-10 


1909 1 


0-9 



2001 ACC CHAMPIONS • 



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; 


m 


■KIP 


i 1910 


T 


11-11 


1 191! • 


L 


3-6 


1 1912 


W 


13-0 


' 1913 


W 


26-0 


1 1914 


w 


144 


J 19IS 


L 


0-3 


1916 


w 


544 


. 1917 


w 


74 


1918 


T 


04 


, 1919 


w 


134 


1920' 


w 


24-7 


' 1922 


w 


34 


1923' 


T 


6-4 


1924' 


T 


04 


1925' 


T 


7-7 


1926' 


W 


17-14 


1927' 


L 


13-14 


1928' 


W 


26-6 


1929' 


W 


39-6 


1930' 


W 


214 


1931' 


W 


35-14 


1932' 


W 


234 


1933 


W 


27-7 


1934' 


w 


194 


icgmfaki-aalmmm 

tUmom Saturn 


KnniiiRKy 

J-2-2(M-1J. 


Ml 


1931 • 


T 


U 


1954 


W 


204 


1956" 


L 


0-14 


1975 


T 


10-10 


1976- 


W 


24-14 


1978' 


W 


20-3 


1979 


L 


7-14 


laKRNURST 

iinuai 

1-0 11-0.041 


1942- 


W 


144 


Louisiana siare 

3-0 12-0, l-OI 


1951 


W 


274 


1952. 


W 


34^ 


1955' 


W 


134 


Louisiana tggh 

00-1 |(M), 00, 00-11 
1990 T 34-34 


NVreKport La 


LDIMSVILLe 

J-I 12-0, I-fj 


1978 


w 


24-17 


1979 • 


* 


28-7 


1988' 


w 


27-16 


1995 


L 


0-31 


miami 

7-7JIL-0, 


w, 


m 


1948 


w 


27-13 


1949 


w 


134 


1953 


w 


304 


1954 


L 


7-9 


1956 


L 


6-13 


1957 


W 


16-6 


1958 


W 


26-14 


1962 


L 


24-28 


1970 


L 


11-18 


1972 


L 


8-28 


1982- 


W 


18-17 


1984 


W 


42-»0 


1985 


L 


22-29 


1987 


L 


1646 


l-BlUTicrtUa /HfcTOfial 
SOttuml 



llliailll (DHIO> 

O-I J0-I<_041_ 
19691 L 



21-34 



miciiiHan 

0-3 [04, 0-3) 
1985 I 



0-20 



1989 



21-41 



1990 



17-45 



miGHiHan sraiD 

14(0-1, 1-3) 

1944' L 04 



1944 



0-33 



1946 



14-26 



1947 



7-14 



1950 



W 



34-7 



miDDLO 

lunncssBi! 

SiaTB 

14 ( 14, 041 



2000 ■ W 


45-27 


minnesoTa 

14 (04, 04, 


4) 


1977 W 


17-7 


l-&nnngham. Ala. 


Le^on 


mississippi 

1-1(14,0-11 


1952 L 


14-21 


1953 ■ W 


384 


mississippi 

STaTO 

14(14,04) 


1979- W 


35-14 


missflURi 

64 (24, 34, 14) 


1949 ■ W 


20-7 


1951' W 


354 


1952 W 


13-10 


1953 W 


20-6 


1954' W 


74-13 


1955 W 


13-12 


f-Jxisomm. fU. lOatcrBcwII 


niT. ST. nsopiTs 

24 (24, 041 


1902 ■ W 


54 


1905 • W 


284 


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14 (04, 14) 


1894 L 


0-24 


1902 L 


0-5 


1903 L 


0-2 


1904 W 


11-6 


1907 L 


6-12 


mruramn 

0-1 (04,0-1) 


1906 L 


0-29 


navy 

$-14(3-2,0-9, 


2-31 


1905 L 


0-17 


1906 L 


0-12 


1907 L 


0-12 


1908 • L 


0-57 


1913 L 


0-76 


1916- ^ L 


7-14 


1917 • L 


042 


1930 L 


0-6 


1931 ' W 


64 


1932' L 


7-28 


1934 L 


13-16 



1950' W 35-21 



1951' 



W 40-21 



1952- 



W 



38-7 



1958' 



1440 



1959' 



14-22 



1963 



742 



1964 ■ W 27-22 



1965 



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W 



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1920 W 134 



1921 ' 


L 


7-16 


1922 


L 


3-27 


1923- 


W 


144 


1924 


W 


64 


1925' 


L 


0-16 


1926' 


W 


14-6 


1927 


L 


6-7 


1928. 


1. 


19-26 


1929" 


L 


043 


1930 


L 


21-28 


1935' 


L 


0-33 


1936 


L 


0-14 


1946 


L 


0-33 


1947' 


L 


0-19 


1948."' 


L 


2049 


1950 


T 


7-7 


1951 . 


W 


14-7 


1953 


W 


264 


1954. 


W 


334 


1955 


W 


25-7 


1956 


L 


6-34 


1957. 


W 


21-7 


1958 


L 


0-27 


1959. 


W 


14-7 


1960 


W 


22-19 


1961 . 


L 


8-14 


1962 


W 


31-13 


1963- 


L 


7-14 


1964' 


W 


10-9 


1965 


L 


10-12 


1967 


L 


0-14 


1968- 


W 


33-24 


1970- 


L 


20-53 


1971 


L 


14-35 


1972. 


L 


26-31 


1973 


W 


23-3 


1974- 


W 


24-12 


1975 


W 


34-7 


1977" 


L 


7-16 


1978 


W 


21-20 


1979- 


W 


17-14 


1980 


L 


3-17 


1981 . 


L 


10-17 


1982 


W 


31-24 


1983. 


w 


28-26 


1984 


w 


34-23 


1985" 


w 


28-10 


1986 


L 


30-32 


1987" 


L 


14-27 


1988 


W 


41-38 


1989. 


W 


3&0 


1990 


L 


10-34 


1991 


L 


0-24 


1992. 


L 


24-31 


1993 


L 


42-59 


1994 


L 


1741 


1995. 


W 


32-18 


1996 


L 


7-38 


1997. 


L 


1440 



1998 


L 


13-24 


1999- 


W 


45-7 


2000 


L 


10-13 


2001. 


W 


23-7 


2002 


w 


59-7 



l-BMmOK. Md. IMmorUI 
Stadiumi. 2-Waihtngton, D.C 
lamhSIMium l; }-Noim. Va 

nc STaTO 

27-284 

114-11-2, 13-1S-1, 0-2- 

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1909 L 0-33 



1917 


L 


6-10 


1921 


T 


6-6 


1922 


W 


7-6 


1923 


W 


26-12 


1924 


T 


04 


1946 


L 


7-28 


1947 


T 


04 


1949 


W 


14-6 


1950 


L 


13-16 


1951 


W 


534 


1954 


w 


42-14 


1956 


w 


25-14 


1957 


L 


1348 


1958 


W 


21-6 


1959 


W 


33-28 


1960 


L 


10-13 


1961 


W 


10-7 


1962 


W 


14-6 


1963 


L 


14-36 


1964 


L 


13-14 


1965 


L 


7-29 


1966 


L 


21-24 


1967 


L 


9-31 


1968 


L 


11-31 


1969 


L 


7-24 


1970 


L 


0-6 


1971 


W 


35-7 


1972 


T 


24-24 


1973 


L 


22-24 


1974 


W 


20-10 


1975 


W 


37-22 


1976 


W 


16-6 


1977 


L 


20-24 


1978 


W 


31-7 


1979 


L 


0-7 


1980 


W 


244 


1981 


W 


34-9 


1982 


w 


23-6 


1983 


w 


29-6 


1984 


w 


44-21 


1985 


w 


31-17 


1986 


L 16-28 


1987 


L 1442 


1988 


W 


30-26 


1989 


L 6-10 


1990 


W 


13-12 


1991 


L 17-20 


1992 


L 10-14 


1993 


L 2144 


1994 


1. 4547 


1995 


W 


30-13 


1996 


L 8-34 


1997 


L 2845 


1998 


L 21-35 


1999 


L 17-30 


2000 


W2ot 35-28 


2001 


W 


23-19 


2002 


W 


24-21 



l-Wastmfoi D.C tCermlHS. 
fidduTV. 2-BmmK. m lUe- 
mohatStaAiml: 3-Atofefc Va. 

OORTHORO ILLIOOIS 

14 (14, 04) 



1996. 



304 



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2002' 


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0-22 


dluml 


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04| 




1965. 


W 


24-7 


1997. 


L 


14-21 


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1953 


L 


07 


1955 


L 


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1964. 


L 


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1967 


L 


0-35 


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1896. 


T 


04 


1902. 


L 


0-5 


1903. 


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114 


1904 


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1894. 


W 


304 


ponnsoLuania 

14 (0-0, 141 


1922 


L 


0-12 


1923 


W 


34 


1937 


L 


21-28 


1940 


L 


0-51 


1941 


L 


6-55 


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miLiTaoLi 

2-M (1-1, 1-0-1) 


1912 


T 


13-13 


1913" 


L 


7-27 


1914 


W 


264 


1915. 


W 


14-13 


peno siaie 

I-3S-1 

(1-12, 0-22, 0-2-11 


1917 




0-57 


1937 




14-21 


1938 




0-33 


1939 




0-12 


1943. 




045 


1944 




19-34 


1960 




9-28 


1961 . 


W 


21-17 


1962 




7-23 


1963. 




15-17 


1964 




9-17 


1965. 




7-19 


1966 




7-15 


1967. 




3-38 


1968 




13-57 


1969 




048 


1970. 




0-34 


1971 




27-63 


1972 




1646 


1973. 




2242 


1974 




17-24 


1975. 




13-15 



aLL-Tim mwRy 



1977 



1978 



_?:27 
3-27 



1979- 



7-27 



1980 • 



10-24 



1982 



31-39 



1984 



24-25 



1985' 



18-20 



1986 



15-17 



1987' 



16-21 



1988 



10-17 



1989' 



13-13 



1990 



10-24 



1991 



747 



1992 



1349 



1993. 



7-70 



l-Balttmon. Md. IMmohal 
SladrumI 

PIITSBUR9H 
3-2 124, 1-2) 



1980 



L 



9-38 



1983. W 



13-7 



1986 



W 



10-7 



1991 



20-24 



1992- 



47-34 



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0-2 (04, 0-2) 



1920 



0-35 



1922 



0-26 



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macDo 

2-0-1 (2-0-1, 04) 



1904. 


T 


00 


1920. 


W 


544 


1923. 


W 


534 



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aiR ease 

14 (14, 04) 



1943. 


W 


19-6 


RIGHmOOD 

12-5-1 (7-24, 5-3-1) 


1907 


L 


5-11 


1908 


L 


0-22 


1909 


L 


0-12 


1910 


W 


224 


1911 . 


W 


124 


1912. 


W 


464 


1913. 


W 


454 


1922. 


T 


04 


1923. 


W 


234 


1924. 


w 


384 


1936 


w 


124 


1938. 


L 


6-19 


1945 


W 


214 


1946. 


L 


7-37 


1947" 


W 


1&4 


1948 


W 


194 


1976. 


w 


31-7 


1977 


w 


27-24 


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M-l (2-14, 1-0-1) 


1898 


T 


12-12 


1898. 


w 


274 


1901. 


L 


5-16 


1906 


W 


140 


1909. 


w 


S4 



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34) 


1920 


L 


0-6 


1921 


W 


34 


1925' 


W 


164 


1939 


L 


12-25 


1940' 


W 


14-7 


1941 


L 


0-20 


1942' 


W 


2713 



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Md [Memorn^ SuxJiumj 

ST loon's 

(annapoiiS) 

18-11 (134, 4-7, 14) 



1892 


L 


0-50 


1893. 


W 


44 


1894 


i 


6-26 


1897 


L 


4-6 


1899 


L 


0-62 


1903 


L 


0-18 


1905- 


W 


27-5 


1906 


W 


204 


1907. 


L 


0-16 


1908" 


L 


0-31 


1910 


L 


0-6 


1911 • 


L 


0-27 


1912 


L 


0-27 


1913 


W 


134 


1914 


W 


27-14 


1915. 


W 


27-14 


1916. 


W 


31-4 


1917. 


«/ 


14-3 


1918' 


w 


19-14 


1919 


w 


274 


1921 . 


L 


3-7 


1923. 


w 


284 


1930" 


w 


21-13 


1932. 


w 


24-7 


1933. 


w 


204 


1934. 


w 


134 


1935. 


w 


39-4 


1936. 


w 


204 


1937. 


w 


254 


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FieUI 


SOUTH caROLina 

17-11111-2,6-9) 


1926 


L 


012 


1927. 


w 


264 


1928 


L 


7-21 


1929. 


L 


6-26 


1945 


W 


19-13 


1946. 


L 


17-21 


1947 


* 


19-13 


1948 


W 


19-7 


1949. 


W 


44-7 


1953. 


w 


24^ 


1954 


w 


200 


1955- 


w 


274 


1956 


L 


013 


1957 


W 


104 


1958. 


W 


106 


1959 


1 


4-22 


I960. 


w 


154 


1961 


L 


1O20 


1962. 


W 


13-11 


1963 


L 


13-21 


1964. 


W 


24^ 


1965 


W 


27-14 


1966. 


W 


14-2 


1967 


L 


031 


1968" 


W 


21-19 


1969 


L 


017 


1970. 


W 


21-15 


1971 


L 


4-35 



(S) 



2001 ACC CHAMPIONS • 2002 CHICK-FIL-A PEACH BOWL CHAMPIONS 




souTHenn 

meTHODIST 

2-0 no, 1-01 



1961 


W 


14-6 


1962" 


W 


7-0 


suiaRTHmoRe 

0-1 (0-1, 0^)) 


1919" 


L 


6-10 


synacuse 

14-18-2 
(5-9-1,6-9,3-0-11 


1920 


W 


10-7 


1921 




042 


1935' 




0-0 


1936' 


W 


20-0 


1937' 


W 


13-0 


1938 




0-53 


1939" 




7-10 


1955 


W 


34-13 


1956" 




12-25 


1959 




0-29 


1961 ■ 


W 


22-21 


1965- 




7-24 


1966- 




7-28 


1967' 




3-7 


1968 




14-32 


1969" 




9-20 


1970 




7-23 


1971 ■ 




13-21 


1972 




12-16 


1973- 


W 


38-0 


1974 


W 


31-0 


1975' 


W 


24-7 


1976 


W 


42-28 


1977- 


W 


24-10 


1978 


W 


24-9 


1981 ■ 


T 


17-17 


1982 


W 


26-3 


1983" 


W 


34-13 


1984" 


L 


7-23 


1985^ 


W 


35-18 


1987 


L 


11-25 


1988 


L 


9-20 


1991 ■ 


L 


17-31 


1994 


L 


16-21 


I~S3Uimore, Md fMemorial 
Stadium}: 2-New fork NY. 
(Polo Grounds]: B-Ponaac Mict} 
IPontiac Silverdomel 


TBGH HIBH 

5-2 (4-2, 0-0, 1 


0) 


1903' 


W 


27-0 


1906" 


W 


5-0 


1907' 


W 


13-0 


1908- 


L 


5-6 


1909- 


L 


0-11 


1911 ■ 


W 


6-0 


1912- 


W 


31-6 


l-mstmqton. D.C. 


TemPLG 

4-0 (2-0, 2-01 


1997 


w 


24-21 


1998' 


w 


30-20 


1999 


w 


6-0 


2000- 


w 


17-10 



Tennessee 

3-5 (0-1, 0-2, 


3-2) 


1951 ' 


W 


28-13 


1956 




7-34 


1957- 




0-16 


1974- 




3-7 


1975 




8-25 


1983' 




23-30 


1984' 


W 


28-27 


2002 > 


w 


30-3 



I -New Orleans, is (Julane-Sugsr 
Bowl Stadium}: 2~Memphii. Tenn. 
iiibeny Bowl Memorial ^ladiuml: 
3-Orl3ndo. Fla. jFlonda Otrus 
Bowlj. 4~EI Paso. Texas (Sun 
Bowlj. 5-Ailania Ga, (Georgia 
Domej 



Texas 

0-3(0-1,0-1,0-11 


1959 L 


0-25 


1950 ■ L 


0-34 


1978' L 


042 


1-BPaso. Texas ISun 


Bowll 


Texas asm 

0-2(0-1,0-11 


1957 L 


13-21 


1958 ■ L 


10-14 


THIRD anme corps 

1-0 (0-0, 0-0, 1-0) 


1922 ' W 


7-0 


l-Baltimore. Md. IHommood 
Field! 


TRna ST3Te 

1-0 (1-0, 0-01 


2001 • W 


47-14 


TULane 

4-2 (3-0, 1-21 


1933 L 


O-20 


1973- W 


42-9 


1978" W 


31-7 


1981 L 


7-14 


1994 ■ W 


38-10 


1995 W 


29-10 


UGLa 

11 (1-0,0-11 




1954 L 


7-12 


1955" W 


7-0 


U.S. manines 

1-0 (1-0, 0-01 


1901 ■ * 


27-0 



US meRGuanT 
manine 

1-0 (1-0, 0- 01 



1945' 


W 22-6 


vaneeRBiLT 

4-7(2-1,2-5,0-11 


1927 


L 20-39 


1931 


L 12-39 


1932' 


L 0-13 


1947 


W 20-5 


1948 


L 0-34 


1980- 


W 31-5 


1981 


L 17-23 


1983 


W 21-14 


1984 ■ 


L 14-23 


1985 • 


W 35-21 


1987 


L 24-34 


1 -Washington. D.C ICtim 
Studiuml 



ViLLanoua 

8-2 (8-2, 0-01 


1970- 


L 


3-21 


1971 ■ 


L 


13-28 


1972- 


W 


37-7 


1973- 


W 


31-3 


1974' 


W 


41-0 


1975- 


W 


41-0 


1976' 


W 


20-9 


1977- 


W 


19-13 


1979- 


W 


24-20 


1980" 


W 


7-3 


viRBinia 

38-27-2 
(18-10^, 19-16 


,M| 


1919 


w 


13-0 


1925 


L 


0-6 


1925- 


T 


6-5 


1927 


L 


0-21 


1928- 


W 


18-2 


1929- 


T 


13-13 


1930 


W 


14-6 


I93I ■ 


W 


7-5 


1932 


L 


6-7 


1933 


L 


0-6 


1934- 


W 


20-0 


1935 


W 


14-7 


1936 


w 


21-0 


1937 


w 


3-0 


1938' 


L 


19-27 


1939 


L 


7-12 


1940" 


L 


5-19 


1942 


W 


27-12 


1943 


L 


0-39 


1944' 


L 


7-18 


1945' 


W 


19-13 


1957 ■ 


W 


12-0 


1958 


W 


44-5 


1959- 


W 


55-12 


1960 


W 


44-12 


1961 


L 


16-28 


1952 ■ 


W 


40-18 


1953- 


W 


21-6 


1964 


W 


10-0 


1965- 


L 


27-33 


1965 


L 


1741 


1957 ■ 


L 


7-12 


1958 


L 


23-28 


1959' 


W 


17-14 


1970 


W 


17-14 


1971 ■ 


L 


27-29 


1972 


W 


24-23 


1973- 


W 


33-0 


1974 


W 


10-0 


1975- 


W 


62-24 


1975 


W 


28-0 


1977" 


W 


28-0 


1978 


W 


17-7 


1979- 


W 


17-7 


1980 


W 


31-0 


1981 ■ 


W 


48-7 


1982 


W 


45-14 


1983' 


W 


23-3 


1984 


W 


45-34 


1985- 


W 


33-21 


1986 


W 


42-10 


1987- 


W 


21-19 


1968 


L 


23-24 


1989" 


L 


2148 


1990 


W 


35-30 


1991 ■ 


W 


17-6 


1992 


L 


15-28 


1993- 


L 


2943 


1994 


L 


2145 


1995- 


L 


18-21 


1995 


L 


3-21 


1997- 


L 


045 


1998 


L 


19-31 


1999- 


L 


30-34 



2000 



23-31 



2001 



W 41-21 



2002 



L 



13-48 



l-Wasliington D C /Gnffitfi 
Stadiumj 

viRainia miLiTaRU 

inSTITUTG 

14»2 (44, 7-^2,3-1) 



1910 



L 



0-8 



1915' 



W 



15-9 



1917 



14-14 



1918 



7-6 



1927 



10-6 



1928 



0-0 



1929 



6-7 



1930 



W 



20-0 



1931 



W 41-20 



1932 



W 



12-7 



1933 



13-19 



1934' 



23-0 



1935 



6-0 



1936 ■ 



7-13 



1937 



9-7 



1938- L 1447 
1939' L 1447 



1940- 



0-20 



I94I 



0-27 



1942 



0-29 



1943^ 



W 34-21 



1944' 



W 



8-6 



1945' 



38-0 



1971 ■ 



W 



38-0 



1972' 



W 28-15 



l~Baltimore. Md. IMemorial 
StadiumI, 2-Norfolk Va : 3~ 
Roanoke, Va. 



viRginia tggh 

15-11 (4-2,4-3,7-61 



1919- 



0-5 



1920 



7-0 



1921 ' 



10-7 



1922 



0-21 



1923' 



9-16 



1924 -' 



0-12 



1925' 



0-3 



1925' 



8-24 



1927' 



13-7 



1928' 



6-9 



1929' 



24-0 



1930' 



13-7 



1931 



200 



1932' 



0-23 



1933' 



0-14 



1934' 



14-9 



1935' 



7-0 



1935' 



5-0 



1945 



13-21 



1946 ■ 



5-0 



1947 



W 21-19 



1948 •'" W 



28-0 



1949 



W 



34-7 



1950- 



W 



63-7 



1990 » W 20-13 



1993 



L 



28-55 



I -Washington, C IGnlTilh 
Sladiumj: 2-Washington. D.C- 
ICentral HS.I. 3-Norfolk Va.: 4- 
Baltimore. Md jMemorial 
Stadiumj S-Poanolt e. Va. _ __ 

UiaKO FDROST 

37 13-1 (18-7,19-6-11 

1917' W 29-13 



1943- 



W 



13-7 



1944 



0-39 



1954 



13-13 



1955* 



W 



28-7 



1956 



6-0 



1957- 



27-0 



1958 



0-34 



1960 


W 


14-13 


1961 


W 


10-7 


1952 


W 


13-2 


1953 


W 


32-0 


1954 


L 


17-21 


1965 


W 


10-7 


1966 


W 


34-7 


1967 


L 


17-35 


1968 


L 


14-38 


1969 


W 


19-14 


1971 


■ L 


14-18 


1972 


W 


23-0 


1973 


W 


37-0 


1974 


W 


47-0 


1975 


W 


27-0 


1976 


W 


17-15 


1977 


W 


35-7 


1978 


w 


39-0 


1979 


L 


17-25 


1980 


W 


11-10 


1981 


W 


45-33 


1982 


W 


52-31 


1983 


W 


35-33 


1984 


W 


38-17 


1985 


W 


26-3 


1986 


L 


21-27 


1987 


W 


14-0 


1988 


■ L 


24-27 


1989 


W 


27-7 


1990 


W 


41-13 


1991 


w 


23-22 


1992 


L 


23-30 


1993 


W 


33-32 


1994 


■ W 


31-7 


1995 


W 


9-5 


1996 


W 


52-0 


1997 


L 


17-35 


1998 


L 


10-20 


1999 


W 


17-14 


2000 


W 


37-7 


2001 


W 


27-20 


2002 


W 


32-14 


UiaLBROOK a G 

0-1 (0-0, 0-11 


1901 


L 


0-36 


oiasHinaTon 

0-1 (0-0, 0-0, 0-11 


1982 


L 


20-21 


I -Honolulu Hawaii (Aloha 
Stadiumj 


uiasHinsTun k log 

13S^2 (5-3^, 2-2, 601 


1924 


L 


7-19 


1925 


L 


3-7 


1925 


L 


0-3 


1927- 


L 


5-13 


1928 


W 


6-0 


1930" 


W 


41-7 


1931 ■ 


W 


13-7 


1932 


W 


5-0 


1933" 


W 


33-13 


1934 


L 


0-7 


1935- 


T 


0-0 


1935' 


W 


19-6 


1937 ■' 


W 


8-0 


1938' 


W 


19-13 


1940- 


T 


7-7 


1941 ' 


W 


5-0 


1942- 


W 


32-28 


1945' 


W 


24-7 


1951 


W 


54-14 


1953- 


W 


52-0 


l-Washi 
Stadiumj 
IMemon 


nglon. DC. /Cn«tfi 
2-Balvrrtofe. Md. 
11 Stadium! 



uiasHinoTDn 

CDLLGBe 

19-3-1 (15-1, 4-21 1 


1894 


W 


12-0 


1902 


T 


0-0 


1903- 


W 


28-0 


1905 


L 


0-17 


1905' 


W 


35-0 


1907 


W 


10-5 


1908" 


L 


0-11 


1910- 


W 


5-0 


I91I 


L 


5-17 


1912 


W 


1-0 


1913' 


W 


2-0 


1914 


W 


3-0 


1915' 


W 


28-13 


1920- 


w 


27-0 


1924- 


w 


23-0 


1925' 


w 


13-0 


1925' 


w 


63-0 


1927- 


w 


8^0 


1928" 


w 


31-0 


1929- 


w 


34-7 


1930- 


w 


60-6 


1931 ■ 


w 


13-0 


1932" 


w 


53-0 


ujesTBRn 
GanoLina 

1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 


1999- 


w 


51-10 


UieSTGRn HI9H 

0-0-1 (0-0-1, 0-0) 


1900' 


T 


OO 



luesTGRn 
maROLano 

17-14-1 

IM, 3-5, 8-5-11 



1893 


W 


18-10 


1894- 


W 


52-0 


1896 


W 


16-5 


1898 




0-32 


1899' 




0-21 


1901 ■ 




0-36 


1902 




5-26 


1903' 


W 


6^ 


1904 




0-5 


1905- 




0-10 


1910 




3-17 


1911 ■ 




0-6 


1912 


W 


17-7 


1913" 


W 


46-0 


1914 


L 


13-20 


1915- 


W 


51-0 


1918' 


W 


19-0 


1919- 


w 


200 


1928- 


w 


13-6 


1929' 


L 


0-12 


1930' 


L 


0-7 


1931' 


W 


41-6 


1932' 


L 


7-39 


1933' 


L 


7-13 


1935' 


W 


22-7 


1935' 


L 


0-12 


1937 ■ 


W 


5-0 


1938' 


W 


14-8 


1939' 


W 


12-0 


1940' 


W 


6-0 


1941' 


T 


6-5 


1942' 


W 


51-0 


1 -Washington DC. 2- 
Baltimore. Md (Homewood 
fieidj: 3-Saltmixe. Md 
IMemonal Stadium! 



UieSTBRO 

miGHiaan 

1-0 (1-0, 0-01 



1989" 


W 


23-0 


uiesT vinninia 

19-19-2(10-9-1,9-10-11 


1919 


L 


0-27 


1943 


L 


2-5 


1944- 


T 


6-5 


1945 


T 


13-13 


1947- 


W 


27-0 


1948 


L 


14-16 


1949" 


W 


47-7 


1950 


W 


41-0 


1951 • 


W 


54-7 


1959- 


W 


27-7 


1950 


W 


31-8 


\I966' 


W 


28-9 


1969 


L 


7-31 


1970- 


L 


10-20 


1973- 


L 


13-20 


1975 


W 


24-3 


1977- 


L 


16-24 


1980 


W 


14-11 


1981 • 


L 


13-17 


1982 


L 


18-19 


1983- 


L 


21-31 


1984 


W 


20-17 


1985 ■ 


W 


28-0 


1985 


W 


24-3 


1987" 


W 


25-20 


1988 


L 


24-55 


1989" 


L 


10-14 


1990 


W 


14-10 


1991 ■ 


L 


7-37 


1992 


L 


33-34 


1993' 


L 


3742 


1994 


W 


24-13 


1995" 


W 


31-17 


1996 


L 


0-13 


1997" 


L 


14-31 


1998 


L 


2042 


1999" 


W 


33-0 


2000 


L 


17-30 


2001 ■ 


W 


32-20 


2002 


W 


48-17 


uiiLLiam K maRU 

1-2 (0-1, Ml 


1905 


w 


17-0 


1945" 


L 


14-33 


1946 


L 


741 


UIBFFBRB 
1-0 (1-0, 0-01 


2002- 


W 


37-8 


eaLe 

2-8-1 (0-0,2-8-11 


1919 


L 


0-31 


1921 


L 


0-28 


1922 


L 


345 


1923 


L 


14-16 


1924 


L 


047 


1925 


L 


1443 


1926 


W 


15-0 


1927 


L 


6-30 


1928 


W 


M 


1929 


T 


13-13 


1930 


L 


1340 



1959- 



7-10 



2001 ACC CHAMPIONS 



2002 CHICK-FIL-A PEACH BOWL CHAMPIONS 



^; N 



t.B T :■■ # t;i 



2 3 



Qr' 



'■ ^'"^-.^Ifeff^^SS^ 



au Time sbrigs rggords 



Opponent iGames PItyedl 

A;r force (21 


Record 


First 


Ust 


20-0 


1961 


1963 


Akron III 


\-M 


2002 


2002 


AlatMma |3I 


1-2-0 


1952 


1974 


Alatwrna-Birminaham III 


l-M 


1996 


1996 


AlewndnaHiahlll 


l-O-O 


1896 


1896 


Amefican |ll 


0-1-0 


1918 


1918 


Auburn 131 


1-2-0 


1952 


1983 


B<iinbridqe Naval 121 


l-I-O 


1943 


1946 


Baltimore Citv Colleae (31 


3-00 


1893 


1913 


Baltimore Medical College (1| 
Baltimore Poly Institute 141 


O-t-O 
3-1-0 


1897 
1905 


1897 
1915 


Bavlor 121 


l-I-O 


1955 


1956 


Bethel Mihtarv III 


1-00 


1896 


1896 


Boston Colleae 121 


l-I-O 


1985 


1986 


Boston U 121 


2-0-0 


1949 


1952 


Business Hiah III 


I-OO 


1896 


1896 


Carnegie Tech (II 


O-l-O 


1921 


1921 


Catholic U (III 


8-1-2 


1910 


1924 


Central High jSI 


6-2-0 


1893 


1911 


Charlotte Hall Acadetnv III 


1-00 


1900 


1900 


Chicago HI 


O-I-O 


1926 


1926 


Cincinnati (21 


2-00 


1975 


1976 


CiMison (511 


22-27-2 


1952 


2002 


Clifton Athletic Club (II 


1-00 


1903 


1903 


Colonial Athletic Club (II 


0-1-0 


1894 


1894 


Connecticut ( 1 1 


\-M 


1942 


1942 


Crescent Athletic Club 1 1 1 


l-OO 


1892 


1892 


Curtis Bay Coast Guard (II 


0-1-0 


1943 


1943 


Delaware |9| 


3-5-1 


1899 


1948 


Dickinson (II 


1-0-0 


1916 


1916 


Duke 1461 


28-184 


1932 


2002 


DuguesnelU 


1-00 


1947 


1947 


Eastern High |5I 


4-1-0 


1893 


1899 


Eastern Michigan 121 


2-04 


2001 


2002 


Episcopal High (4| 


040 


1892 


1900 


FlondadSj 


6-12-0 


1927 


2001 


Ftorida State 1131 


0-1 M 


1966 


2002 


Fort Monroe (Ij 


00-1 


1904 


1904 


FnedrKksburg (Va.| (2) 


2-00 


1908 


1911 


Gallatidet(l6l 


9-6-1 


1896 


1929 


GeofQetown(l6| 


6-10-0 


1894 


1950 


Georgetown Prep (21 


1-1-0 


1900 


1900 


George Washington (14) 


11-3-0 


1898 


1955 



Opponent IGames Playedl 


Record 


First 


Last 


Georgki |6) 


i2\ 


1947 


1973 


GeorqiaTechllSI 


5-10-0 


1988 


2002 


Gibrjlt.ir Athletic Club HI 


OI-O 


1900 


1900 


Gon^dqa Hiqh (2| 


MO 


1900 


1900 


Greenville Air Base (1) 


1-0-0 


1943 


1943 


Guilford College |l) 


1-00 


1945 


1945 


Gunton Temple ( 1 1 


1-0-0 


1903 


1903 


Hampden-Svdnev (41 


2-2-0 


1939 


1944 


Haverford (2) 


0-2-0 


1915 


1916 


Houston (II 


0-1-0 


1976 


1976 


Indiana |2| 


0-2-0 


1934 


1935 


Indiana State |l| 


1-0-0 


1982 


1982 


James Madison |1| 


1-0-0 


1998 


1998 


Johns Hopkins (32) 


16-11-5 


1892 


1934 


Kentucky |7| 


3-2-2 


1931 


1979 


Lakehurst Naval (II 


1-0-0 


1942 


1942 


Louisiana State (31 


3-0-0 


1951 


1955 


Louisiana Tech (11 


M-\ 


1990 


1990 


Louisville (41 


3-1-0 


1978 


1995 


Miami 114) 


7-7-0 


1948 


1987 


Miami lOhiol (11 


0-1-0 


1969 


1969 


Michigan (31 


0-3-0 


1985 


1990 


Michigan State (51 


1-4-0 


1944 


1950 


Middle Tennessee State (11 


1-0-0 


2000 


2000 


Minnesota (II 


\-M 


1977 


1977 


Mississippi (2| 


1-1-0 


1952 


1953 


Mississippi State (II 


1-00 


1979 


1979 


Missoun (61 


b-M 


1949 


1955 


Mount St, Joseph's (2) 


2-M 


1902 


1905 


Mount St Mary's (51 


1-4-0 


1894 


1907 


Mount Washington (11 


0-1-0 


1906 


1906 


Navy (191 


5-140 


1905 


1965 


New York U. (2| 


2-00 


1916 


1918 


North Carolina (651 


29-35-1 


1920 


2002 


NC State |59| 


27-28-4 


1909 


2002 


Northern Illinois (11 


1-04 


1996 


1996 


Notre Dame (II 


O-IO 


2002 


2002 


Ohio U. (2) 


1-10 


1965 


1997 


Oklahoma (4| 


04O 


1953 


1967 


Old Maryland (Baltimorel (61 


3-2-1 


1896 


1912 


Olympia Athletic Club (II 


1-00 


1902 


1902 


Onent Athletic Club (21 


2-00 


1893 


1894 


Pennsylvania (5| 


I-40 


1922 


1941 





aumB HisTORy 



Yale (11) 




Opponent IGames Played) 


Record 


First 


Utt 


Pennsylvania Military |4| 


2-1-1 


1912 


1915 


Penn State 1371 


1-35-1 


1917 


1993 


Pimburqh (51 


3-20 


1980 


1992 


Princeton (21 


0-2O 


1920 


1922 


Randolph-H/lacon (31 


2-0-1 


1904 


1923 


Richmond Army Air Base ( 1 1 


1-00 


1943 


1943 


Richmond (181 


12-5-1 


1907 


1977 


Rock HiK College (51 


3-1-1 


1898 


1909 


Rutgers |7) 


4-30 


1920 


1942 


St. Johns lAnnapollsl (291 


18-110 


1892 


1937 


South Carolina (28) 


17-110 


1926 


1971 


Southern IWethodist (21 


2-00 


1961 


1962 


Swarthmoredl 


O-IO 


1919 


1919 


Syracuse (34) 


14-18-2 


1920 


1994 


Tech High (71 


5-20 


1903 


1912 


Temple (4| 


400 


1997 


2000 


Tennessee 181 


3-50 


1951 


2002 


Texas (31 


0-3O 


1959 


1978 


TexasAiM(2| 


0^20 


1957 


1958 


Third Army Corps (II 


1-00 


1922 


1922 


Troy State (II 


100 


2001 


2001 


Tulane (61 


4-20 


1933 


1995 


UC1A(2| 


1-10 


1954 


1955 


U.S. Marines (11 


1-00 


1901 


1901 


U.S. Merchant Marines ID 


l-OO 


1945 


1945 


Vanderbilt (1 11 


4-70 


1927 


1987 


VillanovadOj 


8-20 


1970 


1980 


Virqinia (67) 


38^7-2 


1919 


2002 


Virginia Military (251 


14-9-2 


1910 


1972 


Virginia Tech (26) 


15-11-0 


1919 


1993 


Wake Forest (511 


37-13-1 


1917 


2002 


Walbrook Athletic Club (11 


O-IO 


1901 


1901 


Washington (1) 


O-IO 


1982 


1982 


Washington & Lee (201 


13-5-2 


1924 


1953 


Washington College (23) 


19-3-1 


1894 


1932 


Western Carolina))) 


1-00 


1999 


1999 


Western High (1) 


00-1 


1900 


1900 


Western Maryland (32) 


17-14-1 


1893 


1942 


Western Michigan (U 


1-00 


1989 


1989 


West Virqinia (391 


18-19-2 


1919 


2001 


William & Mary (3) 


1-20 


1905 


1946 


Wofforddl 


1-00 


2002 


2002 



2-8-1 



1919 1930 



QB Jack Scarbath 1621 
threads the needle between 
two Louisiana State 
defenders in the 1 952 
homecoming game. Note the 
intriguing uniform numbers 
of the Tigers. 

L CHAMPIONS 



155 



A. 



2 3 



MLnmB HisTORy 




TGRPS in Final nanKinss 



(FinaL 

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 


18 


1983 


- 


24 


1984 


12 


9 


1985 


18 


17 


2001 


11 


10 


2002 


13 


13 





aP POLLS 

laua 

1 . Notre Dame 



2, 


Oklahoma 


3, 


California 


4, 


Armv 


5 


Rice 


6, 


Ohio State 


7. 


Michiqan 


8. 


Minnesota 


9, 


Louisiana State 


10 


Pacific 


11 


Kentucky 


12 


Cornell 


13 


Wllanova 


14 


Maryland 


15 


Santa Clara 


16 


North Carolina 


17 


Tennessee 


18 


Princeton 


19 


Michiqan State 


20t. Missouri 


20 


.Baylor 


la&i 

1 . Tennessee 


2. 


Michiqan State 


3. 


Maryland 


4. 


Illinois 


5. 


Georqia Tech 


6. 


Princeton 




7. 


itdnroro 


8. 


Wisconsin 


9^ 


Baylor 


10 


Oklahoma 


11 


Texas Christian 


12 


California 


13 


Wrqinia 


14 


San Francisco 


15 


Kentucky 


16 


Boston Univ. 


17 


UOA 


18 


Washinqton State 


19 


Holy Cross 


20. Clemson 



18&Z 

I. Michiqan State 


2, 


Georqia 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 


ia&3 

1. Maryland 


2. 


Notre Dame 


3. 


Michiqan 


4. 


Oklahoma 


5. 


UCLA 


6. 


Rice 


7. 


Illinois 


8. 


Georqia Tech 


9. 


Iowa 


10, WestWrqinia 


11 


Texas 


12 


Texas Tech 


13 


Alabama 


14 


Army 


15 


Wisconsin 


16 


Kentucky 


17, Auburn 


18 


Duke 


19 


Stanford 


20. Michiqan 


1B&U 

1. Ohio State 


2. 


UOA 


3. 


Oklahoma 


4. 


Notre Dame 


5. 


Navy 


6. 


Mississippi 


7, 


Army 


8. 


Maryland 


9. 


Wisconsin 


10. Arkansas 


11 


Miami IFIa.l 


12 


West Virqinia 


13 


Auburn 


14 


Duke 


15 


Michiqan 


16 


Virqinia Tech 


17 


use 


18 


Baylor 


19 


Rice 


20 


Penn State 



185& 

1 . Oklahoma 



2. 


Michiqan State 


3. 


Maryland 


4, 


UCLA 


5. 


Ohio State 


6. 


Texas Christian 


7. 


Georqia Tech 


8. 


Auburn 


9. 


Notre Dame 


10 


Mississippi 


11 


Pittsburqh 


12 


Michiqan 


13 


use 


14 


Miami (Fla.l 


15 


Miami (Ohio! 


16 


Stanford 


17 


Texas A&M 


18 


Navy 


19 


West Virqinia 


20 


Army 


1873 

1. Notre Dame 


2, 


Ohio State 


3, 


Oklahoma 


4, 


Alabama 


5. 


Penn State 


6, 


Michiqan 


7, 


Nebraska 


8. 


use 


9t. 


Arizona State 


9t, 


Houston 


11 


Texas Tech 


12 


UCtA 


13 


Louisiana State 


14 


Texas 


15 


Miami (Ohio! 


16 


NC State 


17 


Missouri 


18 


Kansas 


19 


Tennessee 


20 


.Maryland 


20t,Tulane 


ia7u 

1. Oklahoma 


2, 


use 


3. 


Michiqan 


4. 


Ohio State 


5. 


Alabama 


6. 


Notre Dame 


7. 


Penn State 


8, 


Auburn 


9. 


Nebraska 


10 


Miami lOhiol 


11 


NC State 


12 
13 


Michiqan State 
.Maryland 


14 


Baylor 


15 


Florida 


16 


Texas A&M 


17 


Mississippi State 


17t. Texas 


19 


Houston 


20. Tennessee 



1375 

I , Oklahoma 



2, 


Arizona State 


3, 


Alabama 


4. 


Ohio State 


5. 


UCLA 


6, 


Texas 


7, 


Arkansas 


8, 


Michiqan 


9, 


Nebraska 


10 


Penn State 


11 


Texas A&M 


12 


Miami (Ohiol 


13 


Maryland 


14 


California 


15 


Pittsburqh 


16 


Colorado 


17 


use 


18 


Arizona 


19 


Georqia 


20 


West Virqinia 



137B 

1, Pittsburgh 



2. use 



Michiqan 



Houston 



Oklahoma 



Ohio State 



7, Texas A&M 



8. 


Maryland 


9, 


Nebraska 


10 


Georqia 


11. 


Alabama 


12 


Notre Dame 


13 


Texas Tech 


14 


Oklahoma State 


15 


UCIA 


16 


Colorado 


17 


Rutqers 


18 


Kentucky 


19 


Iowa State 


20 


Mississippi State 


1378 

1. Alabama 


2. 


use 


3. 


Oklahoma 


4. 


Penn State 


5. 


Michiqan 


6. 


Clemson 


7. 


Notre Dame 


8. 


Nebraska 


9. 


Texas 


10 


Houston 


11 


Arkansas 


12 


Michiqan State 


13 


Purdue 


14 


UClA 


15 


Missouri 


16 


Georqia 


17 


Stanford 


18 


NC State 


19 


Texas A&M 


20 


.Maryland 



138Z 

1 , Penn State 



2. 


So. Methodist 


3. 


Nebraska 


4, 


Georqia 


5, 


UCLA 


6, 


Arizona State 


7, 


Washinqton 


8. 


Clemson 


9, 


Arkansas 


10 


Rttsburqh 


11 


Louisiana State 


12 


Ohio State 


13 


Florida State 


1 4. Auburn 


15 


use 


16 


Oklahoma 


17 


Texas 


18 


North Carolina 


19 


West Virqinia 


20 


Maryland 


lasu 

1 , Bnqham Younq 


2, 


Washinqton 


3. 


Florida 


4, 


Nebraska 


5, 


Boston Colleqe 


6, 


Oklahoma 


7. 


Oklahoma State 


8, 


So. Methodist 


9. 


UCLA 


10 


use 


11 


South Carolina 


12 


.Maryland 


13 


Ohio State 


14 


Auburn 


15 


Louisiana State 


16 


Iowa 


17 


Florida State 


18 


Miami IFIa.l 


19 


Kentucky 


20 


Virqinia 


188& 

1 , Oklahoma 


2, 


Michiqan 


3, 


Penn State 


4, 


Tennessee 


5, 


Florida 


6, 


Texas A&M 


7. 


UClA 


8, 


Air Force 


9. 


Miami IFIa.) 


10 


Iowa 


n 


Nebraska 


12. Arkansas 


13. Alabama 


14 


Ohio State 


15 


Florida State 


16 
17 


Bnqham Younq 
Baylor 


18 


.Maryland 


19 


Georgia Tech 


20 


Louisiana State 



ZBB1 

1. Miami (Fla.l 


2 


Oreqon 


3 


Flonda 


4 


Tennessee 


5 


Texas 


6 


Oklahoma 


7 


LSU 


8 


Nebraska 


9 


Colorado 



10 


Washinqton State 


11 


Maryland 


12. 


Illinois 


13. 


South Carolina 


14 


Syracuse 


15 


Florida State 


16 


Stanford 


17 


Louisville 


18 


Virqinia Tech 


19 


Washinqton 


20 


Michiqan 


21 


Boston Colleqe 


22 


Georqia 


23 


Toledo 


24 


Georqia Tech 


25 


BYU 


ZDBZ 

1. Ohio State 


2. 


Miami (Fla,| 


3, 


Georqia 


4. 


Southern Cal 


5. 


Oklahoma 


6. 


Texas 


7. 


Kansas State 


8. 


Iowa 


9, 


Michiqan 


10, 


Washinqton State 


11 


Alabama 


12 


NC State 


13 


.Maryland 


14 


Auburn 


15 


Boise State 


16 


Penn State 


17 


Notre Dame 


18 


Virqinia Tech 


19 


Pittsburqh 


20 


Colorado 


21 


Florida State 


22 


Virqinia 


23 


TCU 


24 


Marshall 


25 


West Virqinia 



" ap RaiJKLLis ToraLS 

Years Ranked 25 


Weeks Ranked 




172 


First Ranking 




Nov. 14, 1949 


Last Ranking 




Jan. 4, 2003 


Weeks In Top 10 




78 


Weeks at #1 


6 


Weeks at #2 12 


Weeks at #3 


12 


Weeks at #4 5 


Weeks at #5 


9 


Weeks at #6 8 


Weeks at #7 


8 


Weeks at #8 6 


Weeks at #9 


3 


Weeks at #10 9 







BOaEHBS- 

laez 

1 , Penn State 



2, So, Methodist 



3, Nebraska 

4, Georqia 



5, UCtA 



6, 


Arizona State 


7, 


Pittsburqh 


8, 


Arkansas 


9. 


Clemson 


10 


Washinqton 


11 


Louisiana State 


12 


Florida State 


13 


Ohio State 


14 


use 


15 


Oklahoma 



16 


Auburn 


17 


West Virqinia 


18 


Maryland 


19 


North Carolina 


20 


Texas 


21 


Michiqan 


22 


Alabama 


23 


Tulsa 


24 


Iowa 


25 


Florida 


1883 

1, Miami (Fla.l 


2, 


Auburn 


3, 


Nebraska 


4, 


Georqia 


5, 


Texas 


6, 


Briqham Younq 


7, 


Michiqan 


8, 


Ohio State 


9, 


Florida 


10 


Clemson 


11 


Illinois 


12 


So. Methodist 


13 


Alabama 


14 


Air Force 


15 


West Virqinia 


16 


Iowa 


17 


Tennessee 


18 


UClA 


19 


Pittsburgh 


20 


Penn State 


21 


Oklahoma 



22, Bos ton College 



23 Oklahoma Slate 

24. Maryland 

25, East Carolina 



POLLS 


■^ 


188U 


ZBB1 


1 , Bnqham Younq 


1. Miami (Fla.l 


2, Washinqton 


2. Oreqon 


3, Florida 


3. Florida 


4. Nebraska 


4, Tennessee 


5, Oklahoma 


5, Texas 


6, Boston College 


6. Oklahoma 


7, Oklahoma State 


7. Nebraska 


8, So. Methodist 


8, LSU 


9. Maryland 


9. Colorado 


1 0. South Carolina 


10. Maryland 


11. use 


11, Washinqton State 


12. UClA 


12. Illinois 


13. Louisiana State 


13. South Carolina 


14. Ohio State 


14. Syracuse 


1 5, Auburn 


15. Florida State 


16, Miami |Fla,| 


16. Louisville 


17. Florida State 


17, Stanford 


18. Virqinia 


18, Virqinia Tech 


19. Kentucky 


19. Washinqton 


20, Iowa 


20. Michiqan 


21, West Virqinia 


21. Marshall 


22. Army 


22. Toledo 


23. Georqia 


23. Boston Colleqe 


24. Air Force 


24. Briqham Younq 


25. Notre Dame 


25. Georqia 


1885 


ZBBZ 


1, Oklahoma 


1, Ohio State 


2. Penn State 


2, Miami (Fla.l 


3. Michiqan 


3. Georqia 


4. Tennessee 


4. Southern Cal 


5. Florida 


5. Oklahoma 


6. Miami (Fla.l 


6. Kansas State 


7. Air Force 


7. Texas 


8. Texas A&M 


8. Iowa 


9. UClA 


9. Michiqan 


10. Iowa 


10. Washinqton State 


1 1 . Nebraska 


11. NC State 


12. Alabama 


12. Boise State 


13. Ohio State 


13. Maryland 


14, Florida State 


14. Virginia Tech 


15, Arkansas 


15. Penn State 


16, Briqham Younq 


1 6. Auburn 


W.Maryland 


17, Notre Dame 


18, Georqia Tech 


18, Pittsburqh 


19 Baylor 


19, Marshall 


20, Auburn 


20, West Virginia 


21, Louisiana State 


21. Colorado 


U. Army 


22. TCU 


23, Fresno State 


23. Florida State 


24, Georgia 


24. Flonda 


25, Oklahoma State 


25, Virginia 



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aU-TiniB HISTORB 



aiL Time LeneRniBn 




V y 


AmIx AbdurJla 'aai 


AlMri, Tosin 


2002 


Atjbon. Robert 


1971 


AMurRaoof, Azizuddin 
Aljrams. RKhatd 


1984. as. 86. 87 
1994 


AtJSher. Drck 


1964. 65. 66 


Adams. Chester 


1908 


Adams, Donald 


1925. 26. 27 


Adams, Ron 


1963. '64 


Adams. Sieve 


1981 


Aqeni Mark 


1986.-87. 88, 89 


Aitcheson. Leither 


1917 


Aiicheson, Whitney 


1913. 14 


AltHfano. Ralph 


1937, -38. 39 


AlbrecW. Georae 


1952. '53, 54 


Albnttain. Lemuel 


1902, 03 


Alderton. Gene 


1955. 56. 57 


Alderton. John 


1950. '51. 52 


Alexander, Richard 


1941 


Alkire, John 


1973. 74 


Allem. Josh 


2002 


Alston, O'Brien 


1984. -85. '86, 87 


Amtwsko, Ken 


1962. '64, 65 


Ambush. Leroy 


2000. 01. 02 


Amend. David 


1984. 85. 86. 87 


Anderson. Mke 


1986. 87. 88, 89 


Andort(a,Bi 


1934 


Andrews, Olin 


1908. 09, 10 


Andrus, Robert 


1946 


Annan. Nick 


1992 


Apolenis. Jason 


1995. 96. 97 


Artxitina. Matt 


1963. 64, 65 


Anzzi, Ernie 


1961. 62, 63 


Arline, Kevin 


1990. -91, 92 


Armsworthy. Frank 


1950 


Anndd. Bob 


1984. 85. 86, 87 


Amnqioa Jemiaine 


1998, 99 


Askew. Lewis 


1984. -85, 86 


Athev, Ronald 


1955, 56 


Atkins, Steve 


1975.76. 77, 78 


Atkinson, Jess 


1981. 82. '83, 84 


Auqsberqei; Pete 


1948. 49, 50 


Aulisi, Ed 


1980. 81, 82 


Aulisi, Joe 


1980. -81, 82 


Austn. Gerald 


1982 


Aveliini.Bob 


1972. 73. 74 


An.R.W IDutthI 


1915. 16, 17 




Bach, Billy 


HirryBonk 

1956 


Badaniek, Rick 


1982, 83. 84, 85 


Badoett Marcus 


1990, 91. 92 


Bafford. Harold 


1925. 26, 27 


Baaranoff, Lanv 


1W5 64, 65 


Baierl, RaiDh 


1953, 54 


Bailey, Cabel IZekel 


1918. 19,70, 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. Mumis 


I960. '61. 62 


Bannon, J.G. 


1892. -93, 94 


Barbias2. Chris 


1979, 80 


Barkalow, Gerald 


1945 


Barlund, Dick 


1959. m 61 


Barnard, Brooks 


1999. 00. 01. 02 


Barnes, Georqe 


1941. 42. 45 


Barnes. Hank 


1969. 70.71 


Baroni. John 


1947. 48 


Bamtt, Ed 


1952 


Bartlett, WD. 


1923 


Barton. Eric 


1995. '96, '97, -98 


Bates, Duane 


1944 


Battaglia. Sam 


1967 


Bauer, J W 


1908 


Beamer. Francis 


1938. 39 


Beardsley. Al 


1956. 58 


Beasley. Mike 


1987. 88 


Beattv, Bill 


1924, 25 


Becker, Ed 


1958 


Bednar, Ray 


1970,71.72 


Behbahni. Kambiz 


1971 


Behr, Sam 


1945, 47 


Behrmann. Joe 


1957, 58 


Beiqhtol, Lynn 


1951, '53, '54, 55 


BelL Fred 


1896, 97 


Bell. Kari 


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 


Berqer, Louis (Boseyj 


1930. 31 


Bernardo, Ralph 


1943 


Berry, Harold 


1940, 41 


Bertha, Brandon 


1991, 92 


Besley. Kiri< 


1922, 24. 25 


Betty, Dale 


1958, 59, 60 


Bet2, TTieodore 


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 


Bloominqdale, Alan 


1973, 74 


Blount, Alvin 


1983. 84, 85, 86 


Bobenko, Alex 


1943 


Boehlev, Bret 


1987,88, 89. 90 


Boen, Walter 


1951. 52 


Boqqs, Bryn 


1999 


Boinis, John 


1962 


Boinis. Pete 


1958. 59. 60 


Bolton, Ed 


1949, 50 


Bonato. John 


1986, 87 


Bond, Cart 


1985 


Bonham. Russell 


2002 


Bonk, Harry 


1945, 46, 47. 48 


Bonnet Arthur 


1924, 25 


Boothe, Dan 


1942 


Bonnq, Les 


1980, 81 


Bosley, John 


1905 



Bosley, Lesier 


1918. 19. 20. 21 


Bovic, Charies 


1902 


Bouscaren, William 


1897 


Bowersox, Jack 


1953. 54 


Bowland, Bill 


1904. 05. 06 


Bowland. Jay 


1911, 12. 13. 14 


Bowman. Charies 


1967 


Boxold, Charles 


1953, 54 


Boyda, John 


1937, 38, 39 


Bozeman. Richard 


1943 


Bracken, Lou 


1967. 68 


Bradford, Jack 


1987. 88. 89. 90 


Bradford, Robert 


1949 


Bradley, J A 


1898 99 


Bradley, Madison 


1992. 93 


Bradley, Walter 


1933 


Braqq, 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 


Branlhover, Lee 


1970.71 


Brasher, James 


1947. 48. 49 


Bray, Leon 


1986 


BrechbieL Jim 


1973.74 


Brechbid, Tom 


1964 


Breedlove, Rod 


1957. 58. 59 


Brenner, John 


1941. 42 


Bresnahan, Tom 


1964 


Breunich, Tom 


1952, 53 


Brewer, Edward lUntz) 


1916, '20, 71 


Brewer, Mac 


1922, '23 


Brkovich. Joe 


1981, 82, 83 


Broqiio. Paul 


1946, '47, 48 


Bromley Walter 


1922, 23. 74. 25 


Brooks, CJ. 


2001, 02 


Brouqher, Don 


1952. 53, 54 


Broumel. Tom 


I960 


Brown, David 


1900, 01. 02, 03 


Brown, Donald 


1984. '85 


Brown, Gurnest 


1979, 80, '81, 82 


Brown. Huqh 


1991 


Brown, James P.B.j 


1985, '86, '87, 88 


Brown, Jason 


1997 


Brown. Robert 


1937, 38. '39 


Brown. Tim 


1992, '93, '94, 


Brown, Tim 


1996, '97 


Brown, Tom 


I960, '61, '62 


Brubaker, Eric 


1975 


Brunson, Wayne 


1985, '86. '87. 88 


Bryan, Thomas 


1901 


Bryant, Lamar 


2000. 01. 02 


Bryant, William 


1937 


Brzostowski, Art 


1965. 66. '67 


Budkoff, Nick 


1936.37 


Bullock, Keith 


1985 


Bunqori, Dan 


1971.72.73 


Burdelski, Steve 


1983 


Burqee, Dick 


1953. '54. '55 


Burqer, Joe 


1921. 22. '23. 24 


Burqess. Tom 


1977, 78, '79 


Burqiy, Bill 


1956, 57 


Burtce, Pat 


1968, 69, 70 


Burice, Steven 


1983 


Burtce. Terry 


1983, 84, '85, '86 


Buriin, Ralph 


1939, 40. '41 


Bumneistet Douq 


1984 


Burnett Douq 


1991. 92. 93. 94 


Bums. Jimmy 


1910 



Burruss, Uoyd 


1976.77. '78. 80 


Burton, Bob 


1961. 62. 63 


Bury, Lou 


1962. 63 


Buschec Bernie 


1933. 34. 35 


Buscher, FA 


1932.33 


Butsko. Harry 


1961. 62 


Byrd, Bill 


1942 


Byrd, Harry C (Curleyl 


1905. 06. 07 


Byrom, Bruce 


1977. 78. 79. '80 




Calandra. William 1971 


CaldwelL Rodney 


1982 


Calendine, Enc 


1999 


Callahan. Charies 


1933. '34. '35 


Calta. Keith 


1976.77.78 


CampbeU. Joe 


1973. 74. '75. 76 


Carinci. Jan 


1978. 79. 80 


Cariiss, Ernest 


1929. '30. 31 


Carison, Rick 


1966. '67. 68 


Carney. Mike 


1978. '79. '80 


Can; Brad 


1974. '75. 76. 77 


Can; David 


1988, '89 


Canoll. Charles 


1957 


Carroll. Douqias 


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, Georqe (Shorty) 


1929, 30. 31 


Chamberlain, Glenn 


1977. 78 


Chance, Jamal 


2001 


Chapman, Ted 


1984. '85. '86 


Charland. Douq 


1992 


Chavez, Mario 


1994. '95, '96 


Cheeseboro, Omar 


1997, '98, 99, 00 


Chiavenni, Len 


1962, '63 


Chisan, Thomas 


1943, '44, 45 


Chovanes. Eddie 


1941, '42, '46 


Chrisoanson, Dave 


1951 


Chnsty, Mike 


1998 


Church, C. Grant 


1897. 98 


Church. LM, 


1905 


Oambor, Steve 


1967. 68. 69 


Cianciulli, Steve 


1978 


Cianelli. Dave 


1949, '50, 51 


Gchowski, Tom 


1963, 64, '65 


Cielensky, Mike 


1973,74,75 


Claiborne. Jonathan 


1975, 76, -77 


daric, Moriison 


1920 


Oartc, Will 


1996 


Ooud. Everett 


1958. 59. '60 


Cochran, Jamahl 


2001. 02 


Cockey, John 


1902. 03. 04. 05 


Coqqins, Bert 


1916 


Coqqins. Irvinq 


1914, 15, 16 


Colbert. Bob 


1967, '68. '69 


Cole. Bob 


1958 


Cole. Fred 


1956. 57, '58 


Cole. Georqe 


193: 


Collins, Bobby 


1964, '65. fci 



^157 



2001 ACC CHAMPIONS 



2002 CHICK-FIL-A PEACH BOWL CHAMPIONS 



2 3 



aLL-Time HISTORU 



Collins. Gary 


1959, '60, '51 


Collins. Georqe 


1984, 85 


Collins, Kevin 


2000 


Collins, Scott 


1977,78,79 


Colteryahn. Uovd 


1951, 52 


Colton, Georqe 


1984, 85 


Colvin, Darren 


1990. '91. '92 


Compton, Barnes 


1892. 93 


Condie, Dennis 


1960, '61 


Condo. Jon 


2001. 02 


Condon. John 


1949 


Connolly, Jimmv 


2000 


Conrad, Dave 


1974,75,76 


Conrad, Luther 


1940, -41, '42 


Conrov, Brian 


1984 


Continetti, Reno 


1943, -44 


Cooke. Ed 


1955, 57 


Cooke, Sam 


1897, -98, 99 


Cooper. Barney 


1905, -06, 07 


Cooper. Fred 


1964, '65, '66 


Cooper, Joe 


1991, '92 


Cooper, Larry 


1943/44 


Corcoran, Jim 


1962, 63, 64 


Cordyack, John 


1940, '41 


Corvino. Mike 


1979, '80, '81, '82 


Cory, Ernest 


1907, -08 


Cosqrove, Tom 


1950, 51, 52 


Coster; H.O. 


1916, '17, 18 


Couch, Georqe 


1942 


Covinqton. Al 


1982, 'BS, 84, 85, '86 


Covinqton. Bryant 


1983, -84, 85, '86 


Cowsette. Delbert 


1996, -97, '98, 99 


Cozzi. Richard 


1975 


Cowdrey Chris 


1970,71,72 


Cox. Curome 


2000, '01, 02 


Cox, Douq 


1983, '84 


Cox, Renard 


1998, '99 


Crapster. Jack 


1908 


Crawford, Jason 


2001, 02 


Cravrford, Man 


1999. 00. 01. 02 


Crecca, Joseph 


1932. '33 


Crosby, Cliff 


1996, '97. 98 


Crosland, Robert 


1945, '46 


Crossan, Dave 


I960, 61, '62 


Crothers, Omar (GusI 


1926, '27, '28 


Cruz, Moises 


1997, '98. 00 


Crytzer, Marty 


1951, '52, '53 


Cumminqs, Brian 


1994, '95, '96, '97 


Cummins, Richard 


1978, '79 


CusDs, Raymond 


2001, -02 




D Addio, Dave 


1979, SO, 82, 83 


D'Amico, Man 


1985. 86, '87, '88 


D'Affi, Pat 


1984. -85 


Dailey, Darnell 


1978. '79. '81 


Daly, Ed 


1934. '35. -35 


Daly, Leslie 


1943. '44, -45 


Darby Samuel 


1899 


Dare, Howie 


1954. '55. 57 


Davidson, Jim 


1959. '60, '51 


Davidson, Troy 


1996, 97 


Davis, Fred 


1946, '47, '48, '49 


Davis, Jack 


19S4,'55,'56 


Davis, Lynn 


1949, SO. '51 


Davis, Russell 


1981, '82, '83 


Dean, Robert 


1948, '49. '50 


DeArmas, Dan 


1988, '89, '90, '91 


DeArmas, David 


1992 


DeArmev, Frank 


1935, '36, '37 




DeArmey John 


1938 


DeBruin, Dave 


1991, '92 


DeCarlo, Dan 


1974,75 


DeCicco, Nick 


1955, '56, '57 


DeFreitas, Gavin 


1999 


Oeitz, Guy 


1972, '73, '74 


DeMoss, James 


1989 


Decker, Don 


1951, '52 


Deckman, Joe 


1930 


Demczuk, Bernard (Sonny) 


1968, '69 


Dennis, Russell 


1953, 54, '55 


Dent, Gilbert 


1900 


Dent. Gil 


1926 


DePaul, Bobby 


1982, '83 


Dernck, H,B. 


1914, '15, '16 


DeStephano, Robert 


1950, '51, '52 


Detko, Cheser 


I960, '61, '62 


Devon, Joe 


1898 


Dewitz, Brent 


1979, '80 


DiCapno, Richard 


1973. '74 


Dick, Larry 


1975/77 


Dickerson, Ricardo 


2002 


Dickey Edmund 


1900 


Dietrich, Leroy 


1958, '59, '60 


Dietz, Guy 


1973, '74 


Dill, Chris 


1965 


Dill, John 


1967, '68, '69 


DiMaria, Phil 


1989 


DiOno, Joe 


1967, '68 


Dittmac 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 


1965, '67 


Doory Frank 


1943/44 


Dotter, Don 


1977, '78 


Douqals, John 


1976, 77 


Downs, Chns 


2001, '02 


Drach, Joseph 


1945, '46, '47 


Draqan, Douq 


1984 


Drass, Pat 


1959, '60, '51 


Dnmal, Chuck 


1967 


Drozdoy Danen 


1988, '89. '91, '92 


Drozdoy Olaf 


1952, '63, '54 


Dubis, Jade 


1991/92, '93, '94 


DuBois, Oscar 


1942 


Duda, Mark 


1979, m '81, '82 


Dudish, Mickey 


1976, '77, '78 


DufRe, Justin 


2002 


Duqan, Jeff 


2000, 01, 02 


Duley Tom 


1931 


Dumas, Enc 


2000, 01, 02 


Dunbar, Emmons 


1900, '01, 02 


Dunham, Duane 


1984, '85, '85, '87 


Dunne, Dave 


1991, '92 


Durbin, Mark 


1981 


Dutton. Ken 


1967, '68, '69 


Duvall, Mearle 


1939, '40, '41 


Dwyer, Frank 


1939 


Dyer, John 


1968, '59. '70 


Dyson, Gene 


1955 




Howard Eutanks 



Earlev, Harold 


1949 


Edel, Sam T 


1919 


Edmunds, Ferrell 


1984. '85. '85, 87 


Edwards, Jason 


1985 



Edwards, Russ 


1995, '95, '97, '98 


Edwards. Tony 


1983, '84, '85 


Ellinqer. Charlie 


1934, '35, '35 


Ellis. Gary 


1978, '79 


Emerson, Darryl 


1982 


Emrich, William 


1971 


Ennis, Lou 


1933, '34, '35 


Ensiqn, Fred 


1992 


Eppley, Geary (Swedel 


1919, '20 


Erhard, Jerry 


1970,72 


Esiason, Norman jBoomerl 


1981, '82, '83 


Eubanks, Howard 


1979. '80, '81/82 


Evans, Bill 


1974, '75 


Evans, Clay 


1907 


Evans, Francis 


1945, '46, '47, '48 


Evans, Trey 


1997, '99 


Evans, William 


1928. '29, '30 


Everhaa Cleveland 


1993 


Everson, William 


1947, -48 




Faber, Parlcer 



Ralph Fisher 

1930, '31 



Faloney Bemie 


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, '45 


Feldheim, CJ. 


2000. '01, '02 


Felton, Ralph 


1951, '52, '53 


Ferrante. Joe 


1961, '62, '63 


Fesmeyec Charles 


1901, '02 


Feuqill. John 


1995, '96, '97, '98 


Fiddler, Bernie 


2001, '02 


Fiedor, John 


1973 


Fincke, Edward 


1950 


Finkle, Edward 


1988 


Firor, Guy 


1905, 06 


Fischer, Stanley 


1952 


Fisher, Ralph 


1973, '74, 75, '76 


Fishec William 


1930 


Fishman, Jeny 


1963, '64 


Fitzqerald, Craiq 


1994, '95, '96 


Fitzpatrick, Paul 


1967, '58, '59 


Fleece, Rick 


1988. 89, 90 


Fletcher, Andy 


1915, '17 


Fletcher, Dwayne 


1958, '59, '60 


Fletcher. Edward 


1935, '36 


Flick, Paul 


1942 


Flor, Tom 


1957, '58, '59 


Flores, Jaime 


1992, '93 


Flynn, Ryan 


2002 


Flynn. Tim 


1953, '54. '55 


Foley, Kevin 


1993 


Forbes, John 


1957, 58 


Ford, James 


1977 


Forrester, James 


1937, '38 


Forte Shawn 


1998. '99, 00 


FosQue, Tim 


1994 


Foster Daniel 


1975 


Fotta. Bill 


1976 


Fowler Melvin 


1998, '99, 00, 01 


Fowlkes, Kevin 


1987, 88 


Fox, Hank 


1949, '50, '51 


Foxworth, Domonique 


2001, 02 


Franciscus, Tony 


1989 



Franklin, Jamie 


1972,75 


Franaroli, Joe 


1962, 64 


Fraser Ouinzy 


1997. '98 


Friedqen, Ralph 


1956, '58 


Fries, Greq 


1958, '59, '70 


Fritsch, John 


1955. '56, '57 


Fntz, Emile 


1945/45 


Fromanq, 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 


1952 


Furman, Jeff 


1984 


Furman, Tyrone 


1981, -82, '83 


Furst, Walter 


1911 




Chip Garter 



Edwards, Karl 



1987, 88/89. 90 



Gaarn, Tim 


1985, '87 


Gaetz, Norman 


1944 


Gaines, Mike 


1970, 71, '72 


Gall, Ed 


1977, '78, '79 


Gallaqhec Bob 


1958 


Gait, Pete 


1905 


Gambino, Lu 


1946, '47 


Garber Chip 


1975, -76, 77 


Gardi, Joe 


1957, '58, '59 


Gareis. Hank 


1957, '68, '69 


Garner. Enoch 


1902 


Garrott. William 


1933, '35 


Gary. Guilian 


1998. '99, -00, -01 


Gawlick, Fred 


1955, '65, '67 


Gayzur, Rudolph 


1949 


Gebhardt. John 


1957, '68 


Gelbauqh. Stan 


1984, '85 


Georqe, Mike 


1998, '99 


Getz, Harry 


1935 


Gibbons, Charles 


1896, '97 


Gibson, Ray 


1962 


Gick, Ryan 


1995, '97 


Gienqer, Craiq 


1970 


Gienqer Georqe 


1939, '40 


Giemla, Chester 


1947, '48, '49, '50 


Gilbert. Herbert 


1918, 19, '20, -21 


Giles, Darryl 


1994. 95, '95. '97 


GilL Vernon 


1903/04 


Gillespie. Bill 


1957, '69 


Gillespie. Mike 


1993, '94 


Gilliam, Darryl 


1993,'95, '96, '97 


Gilmore, Ed 


1952, '63 


Gilmore, John 


1940. '42 


Gioia, Bob 


1980. '81 


Giuliano, Joe 


1985, '87 


Glamp, Paul 


1976, 78, 79 


Glamp, Pete 


1978, 79, '80 


Gleasner Don 


1945 


Glenn, 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, '35 


Grace, Mike 


1956. '67, '68 


Graff, Gustavius 


1892, '93 


Graham, Duev 


1970 


Grant, Bill 


1967, '58 


Grason, Andy 


1898, 99 


Graves, Mont* 


1999, 00, 01 


Gray, Euqene 


1992. '93, 94, 95 



2001 ACC CHAMPIONS 



2002 CHICK-FIL-A PEACH BOWL CHAMPIONS 



;*'*iapiS^. 






C; I. 



2 3 



Green, De<in 


1 


988, 8V 


Green, Gene 




1992 


Greene, lony 


1968, 


■69, 70 


Greenstein, Erik 
Greer WiIMm 


1993, 94, 95, 96 
1944, 45 


Gregory. ijriY 




1979 


'• Hitrry 




1933 


brnesi 




1997 


(j'oss. itmn 


1981, 


■82, 83 



, Groves. John |BoolsL 
itT^on, Bill 

M, Angel 

uunderiTHn, Bobby__ 

GundefiTvin, Ed 

Gundernvin, Tom 

Gundry, Jesse 



J934, 35, 36 
J992, 93^94 
_i?82, 83, 84 

1965, '66 

1957. 58, 59 



1921 



H 




, Hack. David 


DinylHill 

1991, 93, 94 


Hacker. BoO 


1959, 60, 61 


' Hafer. Rohert 


1943 


1 Haqen. James 


1977 


, Haqefman. Tom 


1942 


1 Haiaier. Reuben 


2002 


1 Halev. Bob 


1967, 68 


1 Hall. In/ina IBotttel 


1923, 24 


1 Hamilton, Frwl 


1955, 56, 57 


1 Hamilton. Rove! 


2000 


1 Hamley. James 


1969 


1 Hanes. Noms 


1990 


1 Hanniqan, John 


1961, 62 


1 Hanuiak. Chet 


1951, 52, 53 


1 Harben. Douq 


1975, 76, 77 


Harding, Sarmiet (Poo) 


1892, 93, 94 


Hardistv. John 


1899, 1900 


Harralo. Grea 


1982,83, 84 


J Harrell.Gfea 


1984 


Hamoan. RichanJ 


2001 


1 Hams. Deride 


1974 


Hams. Georae 


1893. 94 


Hams, Gil 


2000 


Hams, Leon 


1976 


Hams, Richie 


1989. -90, 91. -92 


Hamson.Lairez 


1999, 01. 02 


1 Hamson. Roland 


1892. 93. 94 


Haa RG. 


1915 


] HatalaiJason 


1997. -98, -99. 00 


Hatfield, Norm 


1962, 63 


] Halter, Jim 


1956, 57, 58 


1 Hanon. Hannibal 


1905, 06 


1 Haussmana Kevin 


1978 


1 Havener Chris 


1980 


i Hayes, Chns 


1998 


1 Hawkins, RaiDh 


1955. 56, 57 


i Hayden, Courtney 


1930,31 


1 Havman. Edq* 


1904 


Headlev Coleman 


1934. 35, 36 


HeaqY,AI 


1927, 28, 29 


Healv. Don 


1955, 56, 57 


Healv,Jack 


1955, 56 


Heffnet Fred 


1952, 53 


Heine. Georqe 


1923, 24 


] Heintz. William 


1928. 29 


Helbock.Bill 


1942 


1 Helmet John 


§ 1999 


Henlev, Andrew 


2001, 02 


1 Henderson, EJ. 


1999, 00, 01, 02 


1 Henne, Aaron 


1993. 94, 95. 96 


J HenninaDan 


1985, 86. 87 


Henry, Erik 


1993 



Hciiu, Andre 


1995, 96 


Her7og, Fred 
Hespnch, Rhett 


1924, 25 
1995, 96, 97 


Hemck. John 


1966 


Heurinq. Ed 


1954, 55, 56 


Heward. Harry 


1894, 96 


Hewitt. Frederick 


1937, 38 


Heyer. Frank 


1940, 41 


Heyer Siephon 


2002 


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. Darrvl 


1963 


Hill. Grea 


1982,83, 84 


Hill. Shaun 


2000, 01 


Hillis. Robert 


1943 


Hinebauqh. Wade 


1896. 97 


Hindman. E.R. 


1913. -14. 15 


Hines, Frank 


1898. 99 


Hines. Frank. Jt 


1932 


Nines, Grea 


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 


Hoqe. Hamilton 


1906 


Holder, Enc 


1983, 84, 85 


Holinka. Jeff 


1983, 84, 85 


Hollis, Michael 


1987. 88, 89, 90 


Holobetz, Corey 


1992, 93, 94 


Hons, Craiq 


1970 


Hoopenqardner, Joe 


1940, 42 


Hoover, Kim 


1973,74,75 


Hopson, Mike 


1990, 91 


Hornlnq. Joe 


1951, 52, 53, 54 


Houqh. John 


1922, 23, 24 


Houqh. Josh 


1996, 97 


Howard, Jeremiah 


1994. 95 


Howard. Tim 


2000 


Hrezo, Joe 


I960. -61, 62 


Hufman, Jack 


1942 


Huqqins, Jomo 


1998 


Huohes, Bill 


1984. 85. '86, 87 


Huqhes, Leroy 


1972. 73. 74. 75 


Hull. Mike 


1997, 00 


Humphnes, Howard 


1963, 64, 65 


Hunt. Max 


1940 


Hunteman, Charles 


1912, 13 


Hurd.Aft 


1951.52 


Hurson. Edward 


1943 




Idzik. John 


1947, -48. 49. 50 


Iqlehart John 


1905 


Iqus. Chris 


1983. 84 


Imphonq. Mike 


1967 


Inqe. Bill 


1990. 91. 92 


Inoe, Wade 


1992. 93. 94. 95 


Inqram, Stephen 


1990. 92. 93. 94 


Irvine, John 


1952, 53, 54 




JhnJayte 



Jackson, DQwell 


2002 


Jackson, Fred 


1946 


Jackson, Paul 


1996, 97^98 


Jackson, Tony 


1997, 98, 00, 01 


James, Bruce 


1995, 96, 98 


James. Enc 


I998.-99. 00. 01 


James. Robert 


1941. 42. 46 


Jameson. Georqe 


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 


Jenninas. Ricky 


1973, '74, 75 


Jenkins, Anthony 


1995, '97 


Jerniqan, Cy 


1971, 73 


Joe Leon 


2000, 01, 02 


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, 02 


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 


Joyce, Jim 


1981. 82, 83 


Jovna Willie 


1981. '82. 83 




StettKothl 



Kalaoinski. Matt 


1997. 98. 99, 00 


Kaleo.John 


1992 


Kane, Ed 


1966. 67. 68 


Karanqalen, Peter 


1943 


Kamash, Stanley 


1948. 49. 50 


Kaufman, Nomian 


1959. '60 


Kecman, Dan 


1967, '68, '69 


Kecman. Ron 


1970, '71. '72 


Keith. Jeff 


1949, 51 


Keenan, Charles 


1930, 31,32 


Keenan, John 


1926, 27, 28 


Kefauver; Harry 


1898. '99 


Kelley, Chris 


2002 


Kelly, Harold 


1970 


Kemp, William 


1909. 10. 11 


Kenlev, Frank 


1896. '97. '98 


Kenny, John 


1964. 65 


Kensler, Ed 


1948. 49. '50. 51 



au-Tim HisTBHy 



Kern, Fred 
Kershaw, Lawrence 
Kershner, Ted 
Kessler; Gordon 
Kichman, Charles 
Kiernan, P aul 

Kilgallen, Jim 

Killian, C had 

Kinard, Ben 

King, Joh n 



L957, 58 
2002' 
1956. '57 . '58 
1926, 2 7, 28 

1956 

1931, 32 

1953 

2001 , 02 



1973, 74 
_J968, 69 



Kinney, Eu gene 
Kinney, Vince 



Kirchiro, Bill 



J945, 46, 47, 48 

[971:76, '77 

!959,_ 60/61 



Kiselak, Mike 


1987, 88, '89 


Kishpauah. W.M. 


1913, 14, 15, 16 


Klaube, Ted 


1975, '76, 77 


Klein, Robert 


1984. 85. 86. 87 


Klinqerman, Douq 


1964. 65 


Kloppmeyer Charles 


1906 


Kniaht, Chris 


1983, 85 


Knode Bobby 


1916, '17. 18, 19 



Knode, Ken 



1911, 12, '13, 14 , '15 



Koch, Peter 

Koehler, Huah jPopj 



19 81, '82. 83 



1909. 10. 11. 12 



Koelle. Raymond 


1930, '31 


Kolarac, Georae 


1954. 55. -56 


Kolencik, Frank 


1979. 80. '81, 82 


Kolodne, Walter 


1943 


Kolmo, Bill 


1956 


Kopka, Bnan 


1997. 98. '99. 00 


Koprowski, Manon 


1973, '74, 75 


Koziol, Steve 


1976, 77, 78 


Krahlinq, Chick 


1964, 65 


Kraicovic, Jess 


1929, 30, '31 



Kramer, Marvin 



1949, 50 



Kramei; Paul 



1953 



Kranlz, Bob 



2000 



Kraus, Joe 



1983_,84 



Kreider, John 



1979. 80, 81 



Kremus, Jason 



1991, '93 



Kronberq, Vic 



1982 



Krouse. William ISullyl 



1939, '40 



Krouse, Raymond 



1947, '48, '49, '50 



Kubany Glenn 



1968. '69 



Kuchta, Joe 



1948, '49, 50 



KurzJim 



1946 




Mike lewis 



Lacy Michael 


1992 


Ladyao, Peter 


1950, '51 


Landolt Dean 


1968 


Laneve, Ron 


1957, 58 


Lanoe, Robert 


1973,74 


Laniqan. Pat 


1924, 75 


Lanalie, Matt 


2000 


Larkin. Bob 


1980 


Larion, Edward 


1971 


LaRue, James 


1947. 48. 49 


L^rv. Ralph 


1977. '78. '79. '80 


Latham, Ector 


1922. '23 


Lattjmer, Charles 


1951. '52, '53 


Lauqhery Bob 


1952 


Lavine, Stanford 


1948, '49 


Lavrusky Jim 


1965, '66, 67 


Lawrence, Douq 


1990, '91, 92 


Lawrence, Georae 


1938, 39 


Lawrence. James 


1968 


Lawrynas, Ben 


1992 


Lawson. J.W 


1892 


Laymaa Bob 


1956, 57. 5i 



159) 



2001 ACC CHAMPIONS 



2002 CHICK-FIL-A PEACH BOWL CHAMPIONS 



M^ 



2 3 




aLL-Tim HISTDRy 



Lazaro, Bill 



1958, '59 



Lazzari no, Jo e 

Leatherman, Jo hn 



1954, '55 



1926 



Lebida, Mark 



2000 



LeGore, Walter 



1904 



LeHayne, Alfred 



1975 



Lewis, Dickie 



1956, '57, 58 



Lewis. Garner 



1924 



Lewis, Grenville 



1894, 95 



Lewis, Jermaine 



1992, '93, 94, '95 



Lewis. Mike 



1979, '80, '81, '82 



Lewis, l^eqqie 



1999, 00, '01 



Lewis, Ron 



1962, '63 



Uebold. Leiand 



1952 



LiHIbridqe, John 



1896, '97 



Ully, Hank 



1963 



Lindsay, Paul 



1951 



Linkous, Fred 



1925, '26, '27 



Lishack, Michael 



1971 



Littles, Rod 



1998, '99, '00, 01 



Liyingston, Phil 



1978, '79 



Uoyd, E dward 



1938, '39 



Lomba rd, Henry 



1928, '29 



Lombardo, Lou 



2001. '02 



Loncar, Ed 



1977, '78 



Loomis, Lynn 



1912,'I3 



Lofton, Kyle 



1979, '80 



Lovett, Billy 



1966, '67, '68 



Lowery, Bren 



1986, '87. '88, '89 



Luckey. George 



1923. '24 



Lumsden, Milton 



1939, '40 



Lung Cameron ITubbvl 



1906, 07 



Lutz, James 



1943 



Lyqht, EnA^yn 



1996. '97. '98. '99 



Lynch. James 



2000 01, 02 



L ynch, Leonard 



1981, '82, '83, 



Lytle, Ken 



1993, '95 




Maarleveld, J.D. 


1984, '85 


MacBride, Bob 


1969, '70 


MacDonald, Alexander 


1916, 17, 19, '20 


MacDonald, John 


1932 


Mace, Ron 


1962 


Mack, Sharrod 


1992. '93 


Mackall, Thomas 


1904. '05. '06, '07 


Mackert, Roy 


1919. '20 


Maddox, Alvin 


1976. '77, '78 


Madiqan. Georqe 


1928, '29 


Mahnic, Robert 


1969, '70 


Main, Wilbur 


1956. '57 


Makar, James 


1943 


Maletzky Bill 


1951, '52 


Mallonee, Uoyd 


1942 


Manqes, Mark 


1974, '75. '76. '77 


Marchetti, Nick 


1986, '88 


Marchetto, Peter 


1977 


Marciniak, Walt 


1964, '65 


Marino, Chris 


1983 


Markoe, Dave 


1964 


Marrone. Dave 


1990, '91, '92 


Marshall. Larry 


1969, '70, '71 


Marten. James 


1970, '71, '72 


Martin, Andre 


1993 


Martin, Andy 


1953, '64 


Martin, Bill 


1957. '58 


Martin. Charles 


1963, '64 


Martine. Roy 


1950, '51 


Mason, Mark 


1990. '91, '92. '93 


Massev. Paul 


1945 




^ ^ 






Massev, Tom 


1898 


Massie, Leonard 


1969, '70, '71 


Mastrole, Ken 


1995, '97, '98 


Matera, Brian 


1977, '78, '79 


Matthews, J. Marsh 


1900, '01, '02 


Matthews, James 


1989 


Mattia, Peter 


1968, '69, '70 


Mattis, Bob 


1982 


May, Charlie 


1929, '31 


Mayer, Georqe 


1904 


Mayhew, John 


1932 


Mayo, Edmund 


1903 


McBrien, Scott 


2002 


McCall, Calvin 


1999, '00 


M;Carthy, John 


1936, '37 


McCarthy, Joseph 


1944. '45 


McCarthy Patrick 


1943. '46 


McCaw, Stewart 


1934 


McDonald, John 


1927. '28, '29 


McFadden, Bill 


1981, '82 


McFadden, Earl 


1943 


McGonniqal. Brett 


1988 


McHale. Tom 


1983 


McHuqh. Thomas 


1947, '48, '49, '50 


McLaughlin. Tom 


1935 


McLuckie. Tom 


1952, '53, '54 


McManus. Edward 


1970, '71 


McNeil, Paul 


1940 


MclMutt, Alonzo 


1905 


McPhearson, Gerrick 


2002 


McQuade, Jack 


1921. '22, '23 


McQuade, Thomas 


1949 


McQueen, Lone 


1964, '65 


McQuown, Wymand 


1964, '65, '66 


McWcker John 


1955 


Meade, Jim 


1936, '37 


Medile, Sam 


1979, '80 


Meister, Bill 


1968, '69, '70 


Melcher Dick 


1963, '55 


Melcher Mick 


1963, '54, '65 


Melendez, Dan 


2002 


Merrills. Mario 


2002 


Merriman. Shawne 


2002 


Merritt, Roland 


1968, '69 


Mesner, Bruce 


1983, '84, '85, '85 


Mess, R,W 


1913, '14 


Messina. Brad 


1997. '98. '99 


Michael, R.M. 


1916 


Mier Jack 


1941. '42 


Mike, David 


1993 


Mike-Mayer Steve 


1972. '73, '74 


Milanovich, Scott 


1993. '94, '95 


Miles, Larry 


1984, '85 


Milkovich, Bob 


1979, '80. '81 


Miller, Charlie 


1929 


Miller, Chris 


1973, '74 


Miller, Derek 


2002 


Miller, Doug 


1982 


Miller, Gary 


1963 


Miller Mike 


1975, '76 


Miller Tom 


1969, '70, '71 


Milligan, John 


1993 


Milling, James 


1984, '85, '85, '87 


Miloszewski, Dick 


1950, '51, '52 


Miloszewski. John 


1956 


Minion. Ed 


1933, '34. '35 


Mitchell, Hanson 


1895 


Mitchell, John 


1931, '32 


Mitchell, Parker 


1892, '93 


Mitchell, Walter 


1900, '01, '02, 03 


Modzelewski, Dick 


1950, '51, '52 


Modzelewski. Edward 


1949, '50, '51 


Molster Charley 


1918 


Molster James 


1947 


Mona. Joe 


1959, -60, '52 


Mondroff, Pershina 


1937, '39 


Monroe, Scooter 


1999. 00, 01, 02 



Mont, Tom 



1941, '42, '46 



Montgomery, Tom 



1913 



Moore, Eric 



1970 



Moore John 



1919, '20, '21, '22 



Moore, Robert 



1995 



Moran, J, Patrick 



1944 



Morg an. Bob 



1951. '52, '53 



Morhinweg, Fred 



1917 



Morns. Scott 



1943 



Morris, William ICountryj 



1912, 13 Oberle, Ken 




Gene Ochap 

987. '88. '89, '90 



Morrison. Clark 



1921 



Mortensen, Cart 



1965 



Morter, LaRoy 



1945, '46 



Morton, Carl 



1986 



Morton, John 



1939, 40. '41 



Moss, Joseph^ 
Motley Mark 



1949, '50, '51 



1994, '95 



Mo yeMoore. Marlon 
Mudd, Khostka 



1998, '99, '00, '01 
1909, 10, '11 



Mueller John 



1940 



Mue ller Leo 



1938, '39, '40 



Muffler Joe 



1975, '77, '78 



Mullet Mike 



1980, '81, '82 



Mulliken, Clarence 



1894 



Murphy Bill 



1972. '73 



Murphy Joe 



1939, '40 



Murphy Matt 



1998, '99. '00. 01 



Murphy Scott 



1975 



Myers. Dutch 



1918. 19 



M yrtle, Chip 



Myslinski, Tom 



1954, '65^:66 
1965, 66, '67 




Nairn, Roland 


1950 


Nalewak, Ron 


1964, '55 


Namath, Frank 


1990 


Nardo, Anthony 


1942 


Nardo, Dave 


1952, '63 


Nash, John 


1973, '74, '75 


Nash. John 


1980, '81, '82 


Navarro, Frank 


1950, '51, '52 


Naylor Ralph 


1900, 01, 02 


Neal, Tommy 


1983, '84, '85, '86 


Nelliqan, Bert 


1896 


Nelson, Richand 


1932, '33, '34 


Nelson. Richard 


1986, '87, '88 


Nesbit. Andy 


1918, 19, '20, '21, '22 


Nestor Paul 


1951, '52 


Neville. Al 


1971. '72, '73 


Nick, Glenn 


1977 


NIckIa, Ed 


1958 


Niederhelman, joe 


1982, '83 


Nolan, Dick 


1952, '53 


Morris, John 


1930, '31 


Norton, Patrick 


1992 


Novak, Dick 


1959. '50, '61 


Novak, Nick 


2001 


Nusz, Dave 


1953. '54, '55 




Oberlin, Lyman 


1914, 15, '15 


Ochap, Gene 


1974, '75, '76 


O'Connor Ed 


1952 


Odell, Dave 


1976 


O'Donnell. Dick 


1954 


O'Donnell. Joe 


1994, '95, '96 


O'Donnell, Neil 


1987, '86, '89 


Oertlv. Fred 


1893 


Oqboqu. Eric 


1994, '95, '95, '97 


Oqle, Kendall 


1994, '95, '97, '98 


O'Hara. Dennis 


1958, '59, '71 


O'Hare. Tim 


1978 


Oifebeson. Whitney 


1915 


Okanlawon. Tony 


1998. '99. '00. 01 


Olavarrla, Luis 


1992. '93 


Olecki, Bruce 


1957. '69 


Oliveras, Ramon 


1997 


OIkewicz, Neal 


1975, '77. '78 


Onwuemene, Onnie 


2002 


Orta, Ralph 


1989, '90, '91 


Osborn, Downey 


1923, '24 


Osier Jerry 


1952 


Owen, Norman 


1943 



}^ 



Dick Novak 




Pacella, David 


Glenn Page 

1979, '80, '81. '82 


Paqnucci, Romeo 


1919. '20. '21 


Paqe, Calvin 


1901 


Paqe Glenn 


1987. '88, '89, '90 


Palahunik, George 


1952, '53. '54 


Palanda, Michael 


1977 


Palmer Bruce 


1976, '77, '78 


Panagos, Jim 


1991. '92 


Pancza, Joe 


1967 


Papuchls, John 


1978 


Paredes, Ramon 


1985. '85 


Parker Alvin 


1924, '25 


Parker David 


1989 


Parker Tommy 


1983, '84. '85, '85 


Parson, John 


1925, '27 


Parson, Rich 


2001, 02 


Parsons, Jim 


1952, '53, '54, '55 


Pastrana, Alan 


1955, '65, '58 


Patterson, Doug 


1997, '99, 00 


Pearson, Ron 


1955, '57, '58 


Pease, Al 


1929, '30, '31 


Peck, Lyle 


1978, '79 


Pellegrini, Bob 


1953. '54. '55 


Pennington, Victor 


1914 


Perlo, Phil 


1955. '57 


Perry, Bruce 


1999. 01, 02 


Peters, Francis 


1898, '99. 1900 


Petibon, Richie 


1984. '85, '85. 87 


Petronaci, John 


1971 


Petruzzo. Joseph 


1950. '51 


Petfv. Phil 


1954. '55 


Pettit, Bill 


1954 


Phillips. Al 


1946. '47, '48 


Phillips. Vance 


1990 


Phoenix. Richard 


1992 



2001 ACC CHAMPIONS 



2002 CHICK-FIL-A PEACH BOWL CHAMPIONS 



(M A II* 



f^A N 



E.,0. 



T B » t;j. 



2 3 






Pietrowski. Joseph 


1945 


Pikpf Robert 


1945 


Pinck, Guy 


1904 


Pipe^ am 


I960. 61, 62 


Pitronelto. William 


1943 


Pil;ef. John 


1930 



Pljnk, Kevin 

Pljsnig, Dutch 

Plevin, Tom 

Plocki, Dan 

PobMk, Ed 

Poling, William 

Pollock, George IRosyl 

Polyanski, Stan 

Pompey, Kevin 

Poniaiow5ki, Hank 

Poopelma n. Ray 

Posy, Gilbert 

Posey, Walter 

Pouleur, A.L 

Powers, Warren 

Prough, Pearse 



1992, -93, 94, 95 

1921 

__ 1966, 67, -58 

198 5, 86, 87, 88 

_ 1948, 49, 50 

1945, 46 



1921. 2 2. 23 
1955 



Pnjn/ik. Dan 

Psira, Ken 

Pue, Dick 

Pugh, Bill 

Pugh, Ch arlie 

Pugh, Ed^ 

Purvis, Bart 



Queen, C. J. 



1 990 

1959, 60, M 
1930, 31, 32 



1909, 10, 11 



1913.14, 15. 16, 17 



1902, 03 



1985. 86. 87, 88 



1892. 93 



1989. 90. 91. 92 



1960 



1892, 93 



1981 



1927 



1921. 22, 23, 24 



1971, 72, 73 




Robert Rabt 



Raba, Rooert 


1973. 74, 75. 76 


Radice. Julie 


1928, 29 


Rae.Tom 


I960. 61. 62 


Raedy,Mike 


1918, 19 


Rather Darrick 


1993, '94. 95 


Ratliff, Don 


1970.71.72 


Reaqan. Ron 


1989. 90. -91. 92 


Reed, Dee 


1993 


Reoan. Edvirard 


1992, 93 


Retch, Frank 


1983, 84 


Reilly. Charles 


1969.70.71 


Reillv.Jack 


1960 


Reitz.Mke 


1972 


Renakto, Chris 


1982, 83 


Rezzelle, Ryan 


1995, 96, 97, 98 


Rhodes. Brad 


1995. 96, -97. 98 


Rhodes. Don 


1977 


Ribnilzkv, Fred 


1929 


Rich. M.N. 


1915. 16 


RKhards. Dean 


1975. 76,77. 78 


Richev. James 


1975 


Ridqelev. Charles 


1897 


RidqleyTerTV 


*I982. 84 


Riendeau. Brian 


1980, 81 


Riqby. ComeB 


1992 


Riqbv, Elmer 


1940. 41. 42 


Riqqieman. Mickey 


1972. 73 


Riqqs, M Talbot 


1919 



Riley, Marc 


1999, 00, 01 


Roberts, Augie 


1927, 78, 29 


Roberts, George 


1928 


Roberts, Guy 


1969. 70. 71 


Roberts, Ike 


2001 


Roberts, Richard 


1993. 94 


Robertson, Gilbert 


1899 


Rock. Walter 


1960 '61. 62 


Rock, Wilbur 


1943. -44 


Rodenberoer. Jeff 


1979, m 81 


Rodqers. Buddy 


1994. 95, 96, 97 


Rodaers. Michael 


1992 


Roa. Ed 


1962 


Rogers, Bill 


1983, 84 


Rogers, Jenv 


1978, 79 


Roqers, Kenny 


1996, 97. 99 


Rooers, Stan 


1972.73.74 


Rollins, W T. 


1892. 93. 94 


Romano, Frank 


1972. 73,74 


Rooney, Thomas 


1930 


Rose, Blaine 


1986, -87. ■88.89 


Rosen, Scott 


1989. 90 92 


Rosenthal. Malcolm 


1944 


Roth, Earl 


1947. 48. 49 


Rothrock, Mark 


1986 


Roulette, Robert 


1948, 49 


Roundtree, Durrand 


2000. 01, 02 


Rowden. Jake 


1947, 48. 49. 50 


Roy, Ken 


1973,74, 75. 76 


Rudolph, Scott 


1997, -98, 99, 00 


Ruff, Seymour 


1912, 13, 14 


Ruffner Robert 


1905, 06, 07 


Ruqq, John 


1985. 86. 87. 88 


Rushnak, Bob 


1989 


Rusevlyan, Bob 


1956, '57, 58 


Russell. Frank 


1972,73,74 


Russell. Keon 


1998 


Ryan. Charley 


1943 



Ernie SaUey 



Sabrowski, Jon 


1984. 85. 86 


Sachs, Georqe 


1933, -34. 35 


Sadler, Alan 


1982. 83 


Salqado, Rich 


1989 


Salkeld. Scott 


1994 


Salley, Ernie 


1974, 75, 76, 77 


Sampson, Neal 


1984,85 


Sanders, Lewis 


1996, 97, 99 


Sandusky Mike 


1954. 55. 56 


Sandwisch, Jim 


1990. 91 


Sankovich. Tom 


1959. 60. 61 


Santa, Jim 


1972. 73. 74 


Santactoce. Leonard 


1970 


Santy Tony 


1965. 66. 67 


Sappinqton, Earl 


1899 


Saunders, Oswald 


1908. 09 


Sayloc Scott 


1986. '87. '88. 89 


Scartjath, Dick 


1958 


ScartHlh, Jack 


1950. 51. 52 


Schaefec Rich 


1963. 64 


Schick. Tom 


1973.74.75 


Schmaltz. Richard 


1974,76 


Schmitt Jeff 


1983 


Schmitt. Kyle 


2001. 02 


Schankweilet Scott 


1983. -84, 85 


SchneWey. Robert 


1942 


Schneider. Lenoy 


1943 


Schoenhen, Charley 


1943 


Schreconqost. John 


1945 


Schrov. Ken 


1972.73.74 



Schultz. Eddie 


1983. 84 


Schull2. Ferdinand 


1945 


Schultz, John 


1973, 74, 75 


Schwartz, Robert 
Schwartz, Victor 


1975 
1957. SZ, 59 


Schwarz, Edward 


1945. -46, '47, 48 


Schwarz, Kurt 


1957, 58, 59 


Scioscia, Karney 


1949. 50. 51 


Scott, Chad 


1995. 96 


Scott, George 


Wb.n 


Scott, Ken 


1971.72.73 


Scott, Sean 


1984. -85, 86. 87 


Scott Vincent 


1958. 59. 60 


Scotti. Ben 


1956. 57. 58 


Scotti. Tony 


1958, 59 


Scriber, Soencer 


1980, 82, 83 


Scriber, Stephen 


1984. 85, -86 


Seder, Larry 


1975.76.77 


Seibert, Vernon 


1946. 47. 48, 49 


Selep, Tom 


1954. 56 


Semler, Eddie 


1920.71. 22 


Senft, Brad 


1978. 79, -80 


Senior, Jethro 


1980 


Settino. Joe 


1931 


Settles, Mike 


1993, 94. 95 


Seymore, Art 


1970.71.72 


Shaffer. Dick 


1939. 40 


Shaffer, James 


1976.77.78,79 


Shaffer, Ron 


1957, -58, 59 


Shamberqer, D. F 


1898 


Shank, H. A. 


1915 


Shank. Scott 


1969,70 71 


Shanks. Maurice 


2001 


Sharkey, Jack 


1975 


Sharpless, Rod 


1973.74 


Shauqhnessv, Emmett 


1946 


Shawell. Keno 


1993 


Shelton, Carl 


1970 71 


Shemonski, Bob 


1949. 50. 51 


Sherman. Franklin 


1896 


Sherman. Henry 


1893 


Shihda, Georqe 


1973.74.75 


Shime, William 


2000. 01. 02 


Shiner Dick 


1961. 62. 63 


Shipley Burt 1908. 


09. -10. 11. 12, 13 


Shipley, James 


1897, 98 


Shipley, Richard 


1952, 53, 54 


Shoals, Roqer 


1960, 61, 62 


Shockey Don 


1940 


Shoffler. Karl 


1988 


Shuqan, Jeff 


1969, 70 71 


Shure, Richard 


1985, ■86. 87 


Sievers, Eric 


1976. 77, 78. 80 


Sikyala. Mukala 


1999. 00 


Silikovic. Vedad 


2000. 01 


Silvester Edward 


1909 


Silvester. Lindsay 


1908. 09 


Simler, Georqe 


1946. 47 


Simmons, Jonathan 


1981. 82. 83 


Simmons. Rasheed 


1997. 98 


Simoldoni. Joe 


1965, 66 


Simon. Geroy 


1993, 94. 95. 96 


Simon. Mike 


1976. 77. 78 


Simpson. John 


1932. 33. 34 


Simpson, Mike 


1962 


Sims. Ashley 


1996 


Sister, Paul 


1993 


Skarda, Jim 


1955. 56 


Skinner. W W. 


1892 


Skotnicki. Frank 


1937. 38. 39 


Slaninka. Richard 


1968. 59. 70 


Smith. Andrew 


2000. 02 


Smith. Blair 


1935. 36. 37 


Smith, Bob 


1939, 40 


Smith, Bob 


1972.73.74 


Smith. Corey 


1998, 99 


Smith, Eaqer 


1899 



mnmHiswRy 



2001 ACC CHAMPIONS • 2002 CHICK-Fll-A PEACN 



Smith, livin 


1985. 86. 87. 88 


Smith, Jamie 


1916 


Smith, Ken 


I960. 61. 62 


Smith, Les 


1944. 45 


Smith, Maurice 


2001. 02 


Smith. Scon 


2000. 01. 02 


Smith. Wesley 


1902. 04 


Snader, Chns 


1999. 00 


Sniscak, Bernie 


1946 


Snyder, Gerald 


1926.27. 28 


Snyder, Leo 


1917. 18. 20 


Snyder, Robert 


1933 


Sobel, Mark 


1981 


Sochko Mike 


1975. 76. 77 


Solt, Ron 


1981. 82. 83 


Sonntag, Ralph 


1967, 68, 69 


Soporowski, Raymond 


1969. 70. 71 


Sorna. John 


1984, -85, 86. 87 


Sorrentino. Pete 


1995 


Sothoron, Norwood 


1932. 34 


Speer, Talbot 


1915 


Spinelli. Dennis 


1986. 87. 88. 89 


Sprinqer. Bruce 


1965 


Stable. Sydney 


1909 


Staffieri. Dan 


1950. SI. 52 


Staffileno. Ron 


1990. 91. 92 


Staines. Pat 


1987 


Stala, Dom 


1952 


Stalfort Carl 


1933. 34. 35 


Stalnaker Wally 


1967. 68. 69 


Stanford, John 


1975. 76. 77 


Stankus, Ray 


1951. 52 


Starks, Randy 


2001.02 


Starner, Sean 


1999. 00 


Steele, Derek 


1989. 90. 91 


Stefl, Tom 


1955, '55. 57 


Steiner, Ted 


1969, 70, 71 


Stem. Georqe 


1964. 65 


Stephens. Todd 


1981 


Steppe, Bill 


1957. 58 


Sterling, Rob 


1986 


Stem, Georqe 


1963 


Stevens, Jimmy 


1917 


Stevens, Myron 


1925, 26 


Stevenson, Brett 


1990. 91. 92 


Stewart, Jermaine 


1993. 94 


Stewart, Larry 


1977. 78. 79 


Stewart, Todd 


1997 


Stewart Ty 


1999. 00. 01. 02 


Socket, Lou 


1965. 66. 67 


Stoll, Wilbur 


1901. 02. 03. 04 


Stonebraker, Jack 


1934. 35 


Strano. Tony 


1991 


Strozier, Orlando 


1993. '94. 95. 96 


Stuart, Adam 


1946 


Stubbs, J.S. 


1916. 17. 18 


Stubllar. Mike 


1967. 68. 69 


Stull. James 


1967, 69 


Stump. Doug 


1989. 90 


Stump. James 


1995. 96 


Sturdivant. Mark 


1990. 91. 92. '93 


Suchy,Bob 


1955. 56 


Suqqs. Ed 


1991 


Sukeena. Dick 


1961 


Sullivan. Bob 


1963. 54. 65 


Sullivan, Jerry 


1917. 18, 19. 20 


Sullivan, Sean 


1983, 85, -86 


Suplee, Mitch 


1988, 89, 90. '91 


Supplee. Bill 


1923. 24. 25 


Surqent. Mike 


1935. -35. 37 


Sunnan, Anthony 


1998 


Suter. Steve 


2002 


Swift. Ryan 


1998. -99. 00. 01 


Swinqle Dan 


1984 


Sydnor. Chad 


1985. 86. 87. 88 


Symons. Thomas 


1898. 99 




BOWL CHAMPIONS 



1. 



2 3 



aLL-TiniB HISTORH 





Tamburello, Frank 


1954, '55 


Tarbuton, Clyde 


1914, '15, '16 


Tarqarona. Jack 


1949, '50 


Tate, Darnell 


1970 


Tauszkv, Carroll 


1907 


Taylor, David 


1981 


Taylor, Kevin 


1982 


Tenney Edward 


1925,76 


Terranova, David 


1992 


Terry Richard 


1943 


Teslovitch, Michael 


1943 


Teter, John 


1992, '93, 94 


Thomas, Al 


1968, '69, 70 


Thomas, Ben 


1997 


Thomas, Gene 


1990, '91 


Thomas, Lewis (KnockyI 


1925, '26, 77 


Thomas, Mike 


1988, '89, '90, '91 


Thomas, Ratcliff 


1993, '94, '95, '96 


Thompson, Aaron 


1998, '99, '00, '01 


Thompson, Greq 


1983, '84 


Tice, John 


1979, '80, '81, '82 


Tice, Mike 


1978, '79, '80 


Tiesi, James 


1970, 71 


Timmins, Peter 


1996, '97, '98, '99 


Timothy Eric 


1997 


Tine, Chuck 


1965, '66, '67 


Toler, Dick 


1945 


Tomasetti, Wnce 


1980, '81, '82 


Tomlin, Eddie 


1989 


Tonetti, Paul 


1955, '56, '57 


Torain, Ernie 


1965, '66, '67 


Trachy, John 


1964, '65, '66 


Trax, G. R 


1910, 11 


Trexler Charles 


1951, '52 


Trimble, Steve 


1978, '79, '80 


Troha, John 


1947, '48, '49, '50 


Troll, Robert 


1943, '44 


Troxell, Walter 


1925 


Trust, Don 


1960 


Tucker, Hubert 


1942 


Tucker, Joe 


1947, '48, '49 


Tucker Robert 


1970, '71, '72 


Tullai, Fred 


1955 


Turner, Bill 


1955, '56, '57 


Turner J.M. 


1901 


Turyn, Wc 


1945, '46, '47, '48 


Tuschak, Richard 


1943 


Tweedy James 


1970, '71, '72 


Tye, Scott 


1982, '84, '85 


Tyler, Ed 


2002 




James Warn 



Ulam, James 


1977, '78 


Ulam, Pat 


1972, '73, '74 


Ulman, Bernle 


1939, '40, '41 


Underwood. Brian 


I994,'95, '96, '97 


Underwood. Eddie 


1900 



Marlin Van Horn 



Vanderhout, Greq 


1979, '80, '81 


Van Heusen, Billy 


1965, '66, '67 


Van Horn, Marlin 


1977, '78, '79 


Van Reenan, Don 


1960 


Van Sicklec Gary 


1968/69 


Vauqhn, Andre 


1990, '91, -92 


Vellano, Paul 


1971, '72, '73 


Venezia, Harry 


1980, '81, '82, '83 


Verardi, Gene 


1957, '58, '59 


Vereb, Ed 


1953, '54, '55 


Vesce, John 


1973, '74 


Vessels, Johnny 


1990 


Werra, Ken 


1985 


Wnce, Larry 


1966, '68 


Vincent, Reqinald 


1940, '41, '42 


VincenL Rufus 


1932 


Wsaqqio, Dave 


1972, '73, '74 


Vucin, Milan 


1964, '65, '66 




Joe Wilkins 



Waeriq, John 


1998. '99 


Waqenheim, Phil 


1973, '74 


Walker, Arnold 


1987 


Walker Bill 


1953, '54, '55 


Walker Clarence 


1894 


Walker, Frank 


1900 


Walker, JoJo 


2002 


Walker Kevin 


1984, '85, '86, '87 


Wall Raphael 


1992, '93, '94 


Wallace, Al 


1993, '94, '95, '96 


Waller, Ron 


1952, '53, '54 


Walsh, Mark 


1986, '87, '88,89 


Walter, John 


1920 


Walters, Harrv 


1973, '74 


Walton, Kendnck 


1994, '96. '97, '98 


Walton, Robert 


1936, '37 


Ward, Bob 


1948, '49, '50, '51 


Ward, Chris 


1976, '77. '78 


Ward, Frank 


1908, '09 


Ward, Kevin 


1972, '73 


Ward, Pat 


1994, '95, '96, '97 


Warfield, Jack 


1939 


Warfield. Joshua 


1900, 01 


Waseleski, Barry 


1984 


Washinqton. Larry 


1991, '93 


Washinqton. Lynde 


1996, '97, '98 


Waters, Jean 


1954, '55, '56 


Waters, John 


1924, '25 


Watkins, Ben 


1896 


Watkins, James 


1970, '71 


Watkins, Jon 


1999 


Watkins, Mitch 


1994. '95, '96 


Watson, Ken 


1976. '77 


Watson, Tim 


1993, '95, '96 


Watts, Harry 


1901, 02, '03 


Waxman, Adam 


1996 


Weaver, Russ 


1992, '93, '94 


Webb, Thomas 


1932. '33 


Webster Fletcher 


1903 


Webster, Jahmal 


1994 


Webster Larry 


1988, 89, '90, '91 



Weiciecowski, John 


1953 


Weidener Fred 


1939 


Weidensaul. Lou 


1951, '52 


Weidinqer Charlie 


1936. '37, '38 


Weimer Clay 


1892, '93 


Weiss, Don 


1972, '73 


Welsh, Georqe 


1899 


Wentworth, Georqe 


1903 


Werner Hubert 


1942, '47, '48 


Westley Harold 


1996, '98, '99 


Wethinqton, Ray 


1970, '71, '72 


Whaley Mike 


2000, '01 


Wharton, Al 


1954, '55, '56 


Wharton, Jim 


1939, '41 


Wharton, Thomas 


1893, '94 


Whelchel, David 


1925 


White, Brett 


1994, '95, '96, '97 


White, Charles 


1911 


White, Charles 


1975, '76, '77 


White, Cornelius 


1994, '95 


White. Donald 


1962 


White, F M, 


1908 


White, Floyd 


1970, '71 


White, Henry 


I9I2 


White, Randy 


1972, '73, '74 


White, Walter 


1973, '74 


White, Wellstood 


1904 


Whitmer Daryl 


1998, '99, '00, '01 


Whittle. Tim 


1979, '81, '82 


Whinier Scott 


1986, '87, '88, '90 


Widmyer Eari 


1932, '33, '34 


Wiestlinq, Chad 


1990, '91, '92, '93 


Wikander Gary 


1961 


Wike, Todd 


1999, '00, '01, '02 


Wilkins, Joe 


1979, '80, '81, '82 


Williamowsky William 


1943 


Williams, Avey 


1915, '16 


Williams, Allen 


1993, '94 


Williams, Curtis 


2001 


Williams, E. P 


1910, 11. 12, 13 


Williams, Jafar 


2000, 01, '02 


Williams, Kameron 


1993 


Williams. Madieu 


2002 


Williams, Walt 


1993, '94, '95, '96 


Willis, Wc 


1934, '35, '36 


Wilson, Dennard 


2000, 01, '02 


Wilson, Eric 


1981,'82, '83, '84 


Wilson, James 


1986, '87 


Wilson, Len 


1912 


Wilson, Mark 


1980, '81 


Wilson, Roqer 


1905, 06, 07 


Wilson, Tim 


1974. '75. '76 


Wilson, William 


1974, '75, '76 


Winqate, Elmer 


1947, '48, '49, '50 


Winqfield, Wayne 


1979, '80, '81, '82 


Winslow. J.L. 


1903 


Wolfe, Perry 


1943 


Wolfe. William 


1935, '36, '37 


Wondrack, Arthur 


1926, 77, '28 


Wood. Erick 


1992, '93, '94 


Wood. Wlliam 


1930, '32 


Woodeshick, Kevin 


1993, '94 


Woods, Al 


1930, ■31, -32 


Woodward, A N. 


1910 


Wooters, Arthur 


1892. 93, '94 


Worch, Mike 


1995/96 


Word, Jason 


1995 


Worthinqton, Arthur 


1892 


Wriqht, Darryl 


1984. '85, '86,87 


Wriqht, Jack 


1941, '42/46 


Wriaht, Todd 


1979. '81 


Wu, Jamie 


1997, '98. '99 


Wvatt, Kervin 


1976, '77, '78, -79 


Wvcheck. Frank 


1990, '91, '92 


Wyres, James 


1970, '71 


Wysocki, Charlie 


1978 79/80, '81 







it^M 



Xanthos, Wnny 



Vmny Xanthos ^^ 

1996 __ 




Yarnell, Dennis 



Yeaqer Charies 


(Buddvl 


1933, '34, '35 


Yeates, Mike 




1975, '76, '77 


York. Bob 




1964, '65, '66 


Younq, Dann 




1996 


Young. Walter 




1921, '22, '23 


Younqe. Joe 




1972, '74, '75 




Pete Zachary 



Zachary Pete 


1973, '74, '75 


Zannoni. Steve 


1972, '73, '74 


Zernhelt, John 


1974, '76, '77 


Zetts, Michael 


1943 


Zizakovic. Lubo 


1988, '89, '90, '91 


Zillman, Pat 


1979, '80, '81 


Zolak, Scott 


1989, '90 


Zulick, Charlie 


1936 


Zulick, Earl 


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164 



1949 & 1951 



165 



1952 & 1954 



1955 & 1973 



166 
167 



1955 



1974 & 1975 



1976 & 1978 



1982 & 1983 



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College Park is home to the nations No. I football team. The Maryland 
grid team swept past its 1 regular-season opponents with a perfect 
record and. In so doing, scored a total of 298 points while limiting its 
opposition to a record 31. Coach Jim latum was named the national 
coach of the year and many Old Line players were selected to various all 
star teams. Operating out of the split T, Maryland ranked sixth in the 
nation in total offense with a 359.5-yard average. On defense, the team 
yielded only 193. 2yards per game and led the country in rushing (83.9) 
and scoring defense (3.1). During the '53 campaign, the Terps made up 
for two defeats handed them in 1 952 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 sea- 
son 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 1 0-1 after losing the Orange Bowl to Oklahoma, 7-0. 

acG STanoinas 




The Terps carried coach Jim Tatum off the field at UNC after a 260 shutout of 



Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pti. 


0pp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


0pp. 


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 


Wrqinia 








1-8-0 


75 


242 



mRULanD RESULTS (JOl 3 0) 

lOI-O |S-0, 4-0, Ml • ACC: 3-0-0, CoChampions 






Head Coach: Jim Tatum 


S19 


191 l-l 


at Missouri 


W 


20-6 


S26 


|9| l-l 


Washinqton S. Lee 


W 


52-0 


03 


131 H 


■ at Clemson 


«r 


2M 


OlO 


|4| H 


Georgia 


W 


40-13 


017 


(3| H 


" at North Carolina 


W 


26-0 


023 


|3| H 


at Miami 


W 


30-0 


O30 


|2| (-1 


■ South Carolina " 


W 


24-6 


N7 


121 H 


George Washington ' 


«r 


27-6 


NI4 


121 nil 


Mississippi 


w 


38-0 


N2\ 


121 Mil 


Alabama 


w 


21-0 


Oranqe Bowl 


JJ 

Final A 


III (4| 


Oklahoma ' 


L 


0-7 


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Orange Bowl: Oklahoma 7, Maryland 




Dick Nolan wertt irt for the TO on 
this play against Missouri. 




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First row, from left: Dute Wyte. head trainer: Ed O'Connor. Ralph Feltor); Stan Jones: ccnaptans Bob Morgan and Berr)ie Faloney: Chet Hanulak: Dick Nolan: Charles Lattimer: Marty Cryaer: Tom Breunich: John 
Imne. Herb Hoffman. Second row: John Bowersox. DiCk Shipley: DiCk Bielski: Lynn Betghtol. Ed Vereb: Ron Waller: Paul Kramer: Bill Walker: George Palahmk: N Wharton: Don Espy: Tom SelepThM row: Charles 
Boxold: Tom Schloemer: Fred Tullai: Tim Flynn. Dave Nusz: John Merricks: Stan Polyanski: George Albrecht: Don Brougher: Ralph B^ierl: Russell Dennis: Bob Haroth: Jim Ryan Joe Homing Fourth row: Dick 
Donnell: Jim Skarda: Bill Venter: Ed Perry, John Uack: Augie Waibel. Hal Tray. Lynn Siafranski: Gene Dyson. Frank Bartko. Gene Sullivan. Joe Porno. Vic Gilona: Bob Pellegrini fUth row: Ben toper, Dave Ritter. Dick 
Porter: Jim Parsons: Tom McLuckie: John Weiciecowski: Roger Curry: Ray Blackburn: George Claves: Bob Pivec: Jim Kilgnllen: Martin Greenberg head manager: John Ljcey. assistant (ra/ner Sixth row: Managers Tom 
Cox. Donald Date and Tom ORourke: Assistant coaches Tom Mont Vern Seibert Jack Hennemier. Warren Giese and Emmea Cheek. Head coach Jim Tatum: Assistant coaches Bob Ward. Bill Dovell and Eddie Teague 



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The latum 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 8 1 Jim latum and a collection ol new players lifted 
Maryland to its first ranking in the AP poll Newcomers such as Ed 
Modzelewski. Bob Ward, Bob Shemonski and junior All-America tackle Ray 
Krouse were instrumental in leading the Terrapins to eight decisive regu- 
lar season victones. losing only to No 1 3 Michigan State, 1 4-7 The Terps 
plowed through the opposition, and after beating No 1 5 Boston U, by a 
14-13 count, earned the No 1 5 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 



SDUIHHRn COnFRRBnCB 

SC Overall 
Teain _ _ WH.-T WH.-T 

No Carolina S^M) 7-4^ 



STanmnas 



Ma ryland 



+<M 9-1-0 



W ash & Lee 

{Me 



3-M 3-5-I 



4-2-0 6-3-0 



Wm & Mary 4-2-0 6-4^ 

The Citad el 2-2-0 4-5-0 

Clemson 2-2-0 44-2 

Furman 3-3-0 3-6-0 



TNm 


SC 
W-L-T 


Overall 
W-L-T 


So. Carolina 


3-3-0 


4-6-0 


Wake Forest 


3-3-0 


4-6-0 


G. Washington 


2-3-0 


4-5-0 


NC State 


3-6-0 


3-7-0 


Wqinia Tech 


1-5-2 


1-7-2 


Richmond 


2-6-0 


3-7-0 


Davidson 


1-5^ 


2-8^ 



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Gator Bowl; Maryland 20, Mlisourj 7^ 



Ranked #14 



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9 1-0 (4-0, 4-1, l-OI ■ SC; 4-<M>, 2nd 



Head Coach: Ji m Tatum 
S24 " 



S30 



at Wrqinia Tech 



Georgetown 



03 l-l [131 at Michigan State 



022 



■ at NIC Slate 



029 



• South Carolina 



N5 



■ George Was hington 



NI2 



l-l II 51 at Boston Universilv 



N24 1151 



West Virginia 



D2 



il4L 



at Miami 



Gatof Bowl 



J2 



1141 1201 Missouri' 



at Jacksonville, Fla. lOatorBowlj 



W 34-7 



W 33-7 



L 7-14 



W 14-6 



W 44-7 



W 40-M 



W 14-13 



W 47-7 



W 13-0 



W 20-7 




Ed "Mighty Mo" Modzelewski running 
for a TO at NC State on Oct. 22. 




SDUTHGRn GDnFGRBnGB 

GQ-GHampions 

VKi.'j.anj conip,e;eii iii 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 AlWmenca tackles Bob Ward and Ray 
Krouse. brothers Ed and Dick Modzelewski, and QB Jack Scarbath. Maryland 
accepted a Sugar Bowl invitation against the recommendation of Southern 
Conference presidents who sought for all league insDtuoons to boycott the 
bowls The Terps were decided underdogs against No, I Tennessee, but Ed 
'Mighty Mo' Modzelewski's 1 53 rushing yards and a 28- 1 3 viaory prompted 
Tennessee coach Bo6 Neyland to state, "We were soundly beaten by a supe- 
nor team.' 



SDUTHBRn GBRF STanDIHSS 



Team 



$C Overall 
WH.-T MH.-T 



Team 



SC 

W4.-T 



Overall 
W-l-T 



Maryland 



VMI 



5^ l(MM) G Washington 2-3-1 2-6-1 



500 7-3-0 



Wash & Lee 



North Carolina 2-3-0 2-80 



5-10 640 Westyirqlma 2-3-0 5-50 



Wm&Maiv 5-10 7-30 NC State 



Clemson 



3-10 7-3^) 



2-60 3-70 



Duke 



Rjchmond 



2-60 3^0 



4-20 54-1 



South Carolina 5-30 5-4-0 



The Citadel 



1-3-0 4^ 



wake Forest 



5^30 640 



Furman 



14-1 ^6-1 



. ipavii 
virqii 



idson 



1-50 100 



irqiniaTech 1-70 2-80 



SOUTHGRn GDHF BBUIL SaniB 

Sugar Bo\«* Maryjand JS,^ Tenness ee 13 



Ranked #3 




mnyLano rbsul rs no a. sO) 

IIMH) (54, 3-0, 2-01 • SC: 5-(M>, Co-Champions 


Head Coach: Jim Tatum 


S29 1161 


H 


■ at Washington 4 Lee 


W 


54-14 


06 (91 


H 


■ George Washington 


W 


33-6 


013 1101 


H 


at Georgia 


W 


43-7 


O20 17 1 


l-l 


• North Carolina 


W 


14-7 


027 151 


H 


at Louisiana State 


W 


270 


N3 |4| 


H 


Missouri* 


W 


350 


NIC 131 


H 


Navy' 


W 


40-21 


NI7 151 


H 


■NC State 


W 


530 


N24 |4| 


H 


• West Virginia 


W 


54-7 


Sugar Bowl 










J2 131 


in 


Tennessee' 


W 


28-13 


at Baltimore. Md IMemohal StadiumI I 


arVewOrteans, La, 


(TiHane-Suaar Bowl StadiumI 




1 




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3 1 -yard TD vs. Missouri 



raced for this 
on Nov. 3. 



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The amazing win streak continued in 1 952, but it ended abruptly and 
IWaryland was kept out of a bowl game despite its No, 1 3 final rank- 
ing. The Terps had amassed 19 straight wins and 22 straight games 
without a defeat before falling 21-14 at Mississippi on Nov, 15, The 
end came in the eighth game of a schedule that was revised heavily 
after Southern Conference teams refused to play Maryland because 
the Terps had chosen to play in the previous season's Sugar Bowl. Ole 
Miss scored a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns to upend the Terps, 
and Maryland fell 27-7 to Alabama the following week to quell any 
hopes of a bowl bid, Bernie Faloney and Jack Scarbath both were All- 
Americans and Scarbath, a preseason favorite to win the Heisman Tro- 
phy finished second in the balloting. 




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Chet Hanulak 
raced past the 
Boston U. 
defenders for a 
1 5-yard TD on 
Nov. 1. 



mRULano rbsul ts an 

7-2-0 13-0, 4-21 






■s 


Head Coach: Jim Tatum 






S20 


|2| 


H 


at Missoun 


W 


13-10 


S27 


|2| 


H 


at Auburn 


W 


13-7 


04 


|3i 


H 


Clemson 


W 


28-0 


on 


Ifl 


|I9| 


at Georqia 


W 


37-0 


018 


|2| 


1201 


Navy 


W 


38-7 


025 


|2| 


l-l 


Louisiana State "' 


W 


34-6 


Ml 


|2| 


H 


at Boston U, 


«/ 


34-7 


NI5 


|3| 


|ll| 


at IWississippi 


L 


14-21 


M22 


|8| 


|I4| 


at Alabama 


L 


7-27 














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iack Scarbath heading for pay dirt in the 
Terps' win over Auburn on Sept. 27. 



Note: The 1 953 National Championship Team is profiled on page 1 64. 



1954 



Ranked #8 



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Entering the season ranked No, 3 in the nation, the Terps began the 
19S4 campaign in convincing style, shutting out Kentucky 24-0 in their 
season opener But the Terps stumbled in their next game, losing a close 
1 2-7 decision to fourth-ranked UCLA, That dropped Maryland to No, 1 3 
in the polls heading into its ACC matchup vs. Wake Forest, 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 rebounded to shut out 
North Carolina 33-0 before dropping a 9-7 road decision to Miami, The 
Terps went on to win their final five games by a combined score of 200- 
33. including a 74-1 3 Thanksgiving Day shellacking of Missoun, Mary- 
land finished the season with a No, 8 national ranking. 











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® 



Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


0pp. 


Overall 
WL-T 


Ptl. 


Opp. 


Duke 


4-0-0 


122 


47 


8-2-1 


270 


161 


Maryland 


4-0-1 


124 


27 


7-2-1 


280 


67 


North Carolina 


4-2-0 


93 


126 


4-5-1 


140 


222 


South Carolina 


3-3-0 


85 


94 


6-4-0 


172 


153 


Clemson 


1-2-0 


40 


49 


5-5-0 


193 


121 


Wake Forest 


14-1 


106 


107 


2-7-1 


129 


165 


Virqinia 


0-2-0 


14 


53 


3-6-0 


113 


162 


NC State 


0+0 


27 


109 


2-8-0 


104 


193 


acc BOiuL aamG 

Orange Bowl: Duke 34, Nebraska 7 



manyLano rbsul is (7zi u-O-d 



7-2-1 (5-0, 2-21) ■ 


ACC: 4^0-1, 2nd 






Head Coach: Jim Tatum 


S18 131 


l-l 


at Kentucky 


W 


24-0 


01 161 


|4| 


at UCLA 


L 


7-12 


09 1131 


l-l 


• at Wake Forest 


T 


13-13 


016 




• North Carolina 


W 


33-0 


022 1-1 


|I6| 


at Miami 


L 


7-9 


O30 




• at Soutti Carolina 


W 


200 


N6 




■NC State* 


W 


42-14 


N13 1171 


l-l 


■ Clemson 


w 


160 


N20 1131 


l-l 


GeoraeWastiinqton 


w 


48-6 


N25 (101 


l-l 


Missouri 


w 


74-13 




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Ranked #3 



ace GO GHampions 

For the second time in the ACCs first three years, Maryland and Duke 
tred for the league title with identical 4-0 records. The Terps finished 
third in txjth polls while the Blue Devils earned a 1 6th listing in the 
UPI poll The ACC posted a 22- 1 8- 1 mark against non<onference 
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-American and national col- 
lege lineman of the year. 

acc STanoinBS 




Team 


ACC 
MM.-T 


Pti. 


Opp. 


Overall 
W^L-T 


Ptj. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


«M) 


105 


26 


lO-I-O 


217 


77 


Duke 


«M) 


94 


14 


7-2-1 


196 


95 


Clemson 


3-1-0 


79 


59 


7-3-0 


206 


144 


North Carolina 


3-3-0 


90 


102 


3-7-0 


117 


218 


Wake Forest 


3-3-1 


105 


100 


5-4-1 


131 


157 


South Carolina 


1-5-0 


75 


176 


3-6^) 


120 


209 


NC State 


0-2-I 


38 


71 


4-5-1 


206 


193 


Virginia 


04-0 


42 


80 


1-9-0 


96 


201 


acG BouiL same 

Orariqe Bowl: Oklahoma 20, 


Maryland 6 











Ill1 


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|S-0, S-0, 0-1 1 • ACC: 4-0-0, Co-Champions 






each: Jim Tatum 






SI7 


|8| 


l-l 


at Missouri 


W 


IM2 


S24 


|5| 


I'l 


UCIA 


w 


7-0 


01 


fl| 


m 


at Baylor 


w 


20-6 


08 


III 


i-i 


• Wake Forest 


w 


28-7 


015 


|2| 


i-i 


• at North Carolina 


w 


25-7 


022 


(2| 


H 


at Syracuse 


w 


34-13 


029 


ni 


H 


■ Soutri Carolina * 


w 


27-0 


N5 


Ml 


H 


Louisiana State 


w 


13-0 


NII2 


|2| 


H 


■ at Clemson 


w 


25-12 


NI9 


|2| 


1-1 


Georqe Washington 


w 


19-0 


Orange Bowl | 


J2 


|3| 


III 


Oklahoma ' 


L 


6-20 1 


3t Mi3mi. fla 


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Bob Pellegrini accepts his nationul 
college lineman of the year award. 



1973 



Ranked #20 



Jerry Claitwme's second season as Maryland coach lifted the Terps to 
a 5-1 mark in the ACC, and their fi5t national ranking in 1 2 seasons. 
The Terps were 5-3 after a 42-22 loss to No. 6 Penn State but three 
decisive wins over Virginia, Clemson and Tulane earned Maryland a 
brd to Its first bowl game since the 1 956 Orange Bowl. Maiyland 
dominated Georgia in the Peach Bowl, outgaining the Bulldogs 461 
to 284 on offense and driving inside the Georgia 20-yard line seven 
ames. Four turnovers ptt)ved costly however, and after a 1 0-1 tie at 
intermission, all Maryland could muster were a pair of fourth-quarter 
field goals by Steve Mike-Mayer Defensive tackle Randy White earned 
the first of his two All-America awards 




acG STanoinas 



Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


PU. 


Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


PU. 


Opp. 


NC State 


6*0 


197 


93 


9-3-0 


396 


251 


Maryland 


5-1-0 


173 


50 


8+0 


335 


141 


Oemson 


4-2-0 


147 


129 


5*0 


231 


263 


Wrainia 


3-3-0 


122 


161 


4-7-0 


199 


300 


Duke 


14-1 


58 


99 


2-8-1 


1.32 


204 


North Carolina 


1-5-0 


150 


159 


4-7-1 


242 


266 


Wake Forest 


0-5-1 


38 


194 


1-9-1 


73 


326 


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Peach Bowl: Georgia 


7, Maryland 16 






Liberty Bowl: 


NC State 31. Kansas 18 







mi 

Head 


WtanO RBSUITS (8-U. 5-1> 

14-2,3-1, l-l|>ACC:S-I-0, 2n(i 






Coach: Jerry Claitwme 






S15 






West Virqinia 


L 


13-20 


S22 






■ at North Carolina 


W 


23-3 


S29 






Viilanova 


w 


31-3 


06 






Syracuse 


w 


3M 


013 






■ at NC State 


L 


22-24 


O20 






■at Wake Forest 


w 


37-0 


027 






■Duke^ 


w 


30-10 


N3 


H 


|6| 


Penn State 


L 


2242 


NIO 






■ Vmqinia" 


W 


33^ 


N17 






■at Oemson 


w 


28-13 


N24 


|I8i 


|I7| 


Tulane 


w 


42-9 


Peach Bowl 1 


D28 


M8| 


H 


Georqia' 


L 


16-17 


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Paul Vellano (72] bring down Penn 
States Heisman Trophy winner John 
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Ranked #13 



acG GHampiDns 

Maryland won its first conference cfiampionship in 1 8 years, sweep- 
ing past all six of its league opponents. It marl<ed the 1 0th time in 
conference history that a team had gone unbeaten in league play 
The Terps extended their win streak against ACC foes to 1 0. Mary- 
land took a top- 10 ranking into the Liberty Bowl before falling to 
Tennessee, 7-3, and ending the season 1 3th in the final AP poll. 
Marylands Randy White was a consensus All-American and won both 
the Outland and Lombard! trophies. 




acG sranoings 



Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


0pp. 


Overall 
W-LT 


Pts. 


0pp. 


Maryland 


6-0-0 


198 


35 


8-4-0 


316 


104 


Clemson 


4-2-0 


130 


135 


7-4-0 


246 


250 


North Carolina 


4-2-0 


146 


115 


7-5-0 


364 


279 


NC State 


4-2-0 


145 


120 


9-2-1 


317 


241 


Duke 


2-4-0 


no 


136 


6-5-0 


201 


208 


Virqinia 


1-5-0 


61 


in 


4-7-0 


207 


239 


Wake Forest 


0-6-0 


31 


169 


1-10-0 


74 


348 


acG BOiiiL games 

Liberty Bowl: Tennessee 7, Maryland 3 


Bluebonnet Bowl 


NC State 31, Houston 31 






Sun Bowl: 


Mississippi State 26, 


North Carolina 24 









maRHLano results (SU. eD) 

84-0 (5-1, 2-1, 1-21 ■ ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 






Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne I 


SI4 |I4| 


|3| 


Alabama 


L 


16-21 


S2I 1141 


l-l 


Florida ' 


L 


10-17 


S28 




■ North Carolina 


W 


24-12 


05 




at Syracuse 


W 


31-0 


012 




■ Clemson 


W 


41-0 


019 |18| 


l-l 


■ Wake Forest * 


W 


47-0 


026 |15| 


n?! 


■ NC State 


W 


20-10 


N2 |I5| 


|I0| 


at Penn State 


L 


17-24 


N9 1141 


H 


Wllanova 


W 


41-0 


H\b [131 


H 


• Duke ' 


W 


56-13 


M23 [111 


l-l 


■ at Virqinia 


W 


10-0 


Liberty Bowl | 


DI6 [10[ 


1201 


Tennessee ' 


L 


3-7 


' at Tampa, Fla 


ITampa Stadiumj: ' at Norfolk, Va. IForeman Fieldl, 






'at Memphis. 


''enn lUbeny Bowl Memorial Stadium! 



















Sob Avellini eludes two NC State 
defenders on Oct. 26. 



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Ranked #13 



acG CHampions 

Maryland captured its second consecutive ACC gridiron title by post- 
ing a perfect 5-0 league mark and extending its win streak over con- 
ference opponents to 1 5, tying a league record. For the third straight 
year the Terps took part in postseason competition, defeating Florida, 
1 3-0, 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. Marylands John Schultz was the nation's top kickoff returner with 
a 31,0 average. 







acG STanoinas 



Tfeam 



ACC 
W-LT 



Pts. Opp. 



Maryland 



5-0-0 



Overall 

W-LT Pts. Opp. 



182 73 



9-2-1 



312 150 



Duke 



3-0-2 131 



84 



4-5-2 



197 212 



NC State 


2-2-1 


131 


115 


7-4-1 


260 


210 


Wake Forest 


3-3-0 


145 


137 


3-8-0 


221 


?64 


Clemson 


2-3-0 


102 


141 


2-9-0 


177 


381 


North Carolina 


1-4-1 


n9 


159 


3-7-1 


207 


272 


Wrqinia 


0-5-0 


98 


226 


l-IO-O 


175 


428 



acc BoujL games 

Gator Bowl: Maryland 1 3, Florida 



Peach Bowl: 



West Virginia 13. NC State_LO__ 



maREiaRB RBSUL TS (3 2 I 5-B} 

9-2-1 (4-1, 4-1-1, 1-O) ■ ACC: 5-0-0, Champions 




■\ 


Head Coach 


Jerry Claiborne 






S6 1171 


l-l 


Wlanova 


W 


41-0 


SI3 1141 


(201 


at Tennessee 


L 


8-26 


S20 




■ at Nortfi Carolina 


W 


34-7 


S27 [201 


H 


at Kentucky 


T 


10-10 


04 




Syracuse * 


W 


24-7 


Oil 




■NC State 


W 


37-22 


018 1191 


H 


■ at Wake Forest 


W 


27-0 


NI (141 


|9| 


Penn State 


L 


13-15 


N8 1161 


H 


at Cincinnati 


W 


21-19 


NI5 




■at Clemson 


W 


22-20 


N22 (201 


l-l 


■ Virginia 


W 


62-24 


Gator Bowl 1 


D29 (17( 


1131 


Florida ' 


W 


13-0 1 


at Janksorwille, Fla. IGalorBowll 








LeRoy Hughes stacks up the NC State 
Qfl with Randy White closing in on 
Oct. 11. 



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^acGCHamPians 

The powerful Terrapins swept through the regular season undefeated 
and became only the second team in ACC history to win three con- 
secutive 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 Confer- 
ence champion Houston. 30-21, in the Cotton Bowl, Maryland tackle 
Joe Campbell was a consensus All-Amencan, Marylands No 8 rank- 
ing in the final AP poll was the first Top 1 finish by an ACC team 
since I960. 

Rcc sianninas 




Team 


ACC 
VW.-T 


Pts. 0pp. 


Overall 
W-L-T Pti. 


0pp. 


1 .SUrvland 


5-0-0 


Ill 24 


ll-l-O 294 


115 


Nofth Carolina 


4-1-0 


144 102 


9-3-0 243 


220 



1 Wake Fofest 3-3-0 


124 118 


5-6-0 


177 


206 


1 Duke 2-3-1 


125 145 


5-5-1 


234 


245 


|nC State 2-3-0 


97 98 


3-7-1 


205 


258 


, Wrqinia 1-4-0' 


40 111 


2-9-0 


106 


266 


1 Clemson 04-1 


75 123 


3-6-2 


172 


237 


j 'Loss to Wcum Tech counted 


as conference 


game 






' acc BOiiiL games 

1 Cotton Bowl: Houston 30, Maryland 21 


. Peach Bowl: Kentucky 2 1 , North Carolina 


1 











nmyian 

11-1-0(6-0,5 


ORB 

•0,0-1 

erry Cla 


'SUITS (111 SO) 

• ACC: 5-0-0, Champions 






Head Coach: J 


borne 






Sll 1121 


H 


Richmond 


W 


31-7 


SIS {101 


H 


al West Virginia 


W 


24-3 


S25 181 


H 


al Syracuse 


w 


42-28 


02 171 


H 


Wllanova 


w 


20-9 


09 171 


H 


• at NC State 


w 


16^ 


016 151 


H 


■ Wake Forest 


w 


17-15 


023 (61 


(-1 


• at Duke 


w 


30-3 


O30 151 


H 


Kentucky 


w 


24-14 


N6 |6( 


H 


Cincinnati 


w 


21-0 


NI3 (6( 


l-l 


■ Clemson* 


w 


2^0 


N20 |6( 


[-1 


• at Virqinia 


w 


2M 


Cotton Bowl 


Jl |4( 


|6( 


Houston ' 


L 


21-30 


[ at Dallas, Texas ICom 


nBowll 










Mark Manges was featured on the 
cover of Sports Illustrated on Oct. 4. 



1978 



] Ranked #20 



J 



The Terps fired out of the gates 8-0 including a 31-7 homecoming 
win over No. 20 NC State. Maryland steadily rose In the polls, and 
after a 27-0 shutout of Duke, was No. 5 heading into a showdown 
at No 2 Penn State. The Nittany (jons won a 27-3 decision in front 
of 78.019 which dropped Maryland to No. 1 3 in the polls. But after 
a 1 7-7 win at Virginia, the Terps were paired with Clemson for an 
ACC first-place showdown. No. 1 1 Maryland and No. 1 2 Clemson 
entered the regular-season finale both tied at 5-0, Clemson emerged 
from the Byrd Stadium shootout a 28-24 victor The loss sent Maryland 
into a Sun Bowl matchup with Texas, where it suffered its worst bowl 
loss eve' 42-0 











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acG sranoinas 



Team 


ACC 
WH.T 


PU. 


0pp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


PU. 


0pp. 


Clemson 


6<M) 


183 


71 


ll-l-O 


368 


131 


Mafvland 


5-1-0 


159 


62 


9-3^ 


261 


167 


NC State 


4-2-0 


133 


112 


9-3-0 


280 


108 


Noftti Carolina 


3-30 


124 


132 


5^ 


199 


216 


Duke 


2-4^ 


56 


108 


4-7-0 


108 


247 


Wake Forest 


1-5-0 


59 


161 


I-lOO 


104 


274 


Virqinia 


OM 


75 


143 


2-9-0 


139 


236 


1 acG BoiiiL aames 

Sun Bowl: Texas 42 


Maryland 






1 Tanqerine Bowl: 


NCState30, Pittsburahl7 






Gator Bowl: 


Clemson 17, Ohio State 15 







maRBLann rbsul ts (sa. s v 

9 3 0(4-1, 5-1, 0-1) -ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 


Head Coach 


Jerry Claibome 






S9 




Tulane 


W 


31-7 


S16 [20] 


(-1 


at Louisville 


W 


24-17 


S23 [181 


(-1 


• at North Carolina 


w 


21-20 


S30 [151 


H 


Kentucky 


w 


20-3 


07 [121 


(201 


-NC State" 


w 


31-7 


014 (101 


(-1 


at Syracuse 


w 


24-9 


021 [61 


1-1 


-Wake Forest 


w 


39-0 


028 [51 


[-1 


-at Duke 


w 


27-0 


N4 [51 


PI 


at Penn State 


L 


3-27 


Nil [131 


1-1 


-at Virqinia 


w 


17-7 


N18 [111 


[121 


- Clemson 


L 


24-28 


Sun Bowl 


D23 (131 


[141 


Texas' 


L 


0-42 


at [1 Pasojexas (Sun 


Bowl) 










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Tim O'Hare threw for a TO in the 
Terps' homecoming win on Oct. 7. 

BOWL CHAMPIONS 



® 



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1982 



Junior quarterback Boomer Esiason led the Terrapins and first-year head 
coach Bobby Ross to a seven-game midseason win streak which earned 
Maryland its first national ranking in two seasons. After early season losses 
at IMo. 7 Penn State and No, 1 7 West Virginia, Maryland scored points at 
will while rolling through its ACC schedule. The Terrapins' 3 1 -point aver- 
age 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 IMo, 10 North Carolina put Maryland back in the 
rankings, and another shootout with Clemson would determine the ACC 
champion No 1 6 Maryland was invited to the inaugural Aloha Bowl in 
Honolulu where it surrendered a last-second touchdown to No, 9 Wash- 
ington, losing 21-20, 

acG STanoines 

ACC Overall 

Team WL-T Pti. 0pp. Vtf-L-T Pts. 0pp. 



Oemson 



6-0-0 196 95 



9-1-1 



289 147 



Maryland 



5-1-0 222 121 



8-4-0 373 220 



North Carolina 



3-3-0 146 100 



8-4-0 348 149 



Duke 



3-3-0 



172 179 



6-5-0 



307 290 



NC State 



3-3-0 111 131 



6-5-0 206 255 



Virginia 



1-5-0 



92 214 



2-9-0 208 320 



Wake Forest 



0-6-0 



91 186 



3-8-0 



200 286 



Georgia Tech 



6-5-0 



239 286 



acG BoiuL Barnes 

Aloha Bowl: Waihington 21, Maryland 20 



Sun Bowl: 



North Carolina 26, Texas 1 



Ranked #20 







maHULano HBSULTS (SU. sv 

84-0(5-1,3-2, 0-1 1- ACC 5-1-0, 2nd 


Head Coach 


Bobby 


Ross 






sn 


H 


U\ 


at Penn State 


L 


31-39 


S18 


l-l 


|I7| 


at West Virqinia 


L 


18-19 


S25 






> MC State 


W 


23-6 


02 






at Syracuse 


W 


26-3 


09 






Indiana State 


W 


38-0 


016 






■ Wake Forest 


W 


52-31 


023 






• Duke " 


w 


49-22 


O30 


H 


|I0| 


• at North Carolina 


w 


31-24 


N7 


(19| 


H 


Miami 


w 


18-17 


N13 


(I8| 


I'll 


■ Clemson 


L 


22-24 


N20 


1191 


l-l 


■ at Mrqinia 


w 


45-14 


Aloha Bowl 


D25 


1161 


|9| 


Washinqton ' 


L 


20-21 


' at Honolulu, Hawaii (Aloha StadiumI 





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Willie Joyner ran for a 15-yard TD in 
a win over Indiana State on Oct. 9. 



# 



1983 



acG GHampions 

Maryland claimed its first ACC title since 1 976. finishing undefeated 
to top runner-up North Carolina (4-2), Maryland opened the season 
by winning six of its first seven contests, including ACC matchups vs, 
Virginia, Wake Forest, Duke and North Carolina, The Terps were 
ranked seventh in the nation prior to suffering a 35-23 setback at the 
hands of No. 3-ranked Auburn on Nov, 5, Maryland closed the regu- 
lar season and wrapped up the ACC crown topping NC State on the 
road, 29-6, 

acG STanBinas 



Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Overall 
Pts. 0pp. W-L-T Pts. 


0pp. 


Maryland 


6^ 


154 71 8+0 316 


253 


North Carolina 


4-2-0 


184 117 8-4-0 337 


216 


Georgia Tech 


3-2-0 


147 140 3-8-0 222 


313 


Duke 


3-3-0 


ISO 183 3-8-0 246 


350 


Virginia 


3-3-0 


145 150 6-5-0 252 


280 


NC State 


1-5-0 


108 159 3-8-0 236 


246 


Wake Forest 


1-5-0 


150 218 4-7-0 257 


281 


Clemson' 




9-1-1 338 


200 


■ Mot eligible for 


championship bv conference action 




aCG BDIllL 

Florida Citrus 


Barnes 

Bowl: 1 

f 


rennessee 30, Maryland 23 




Peach Bowl: 


lorida State 28, North Carolina 3 






maRHLana RESULTS (su. bo) 

8 4-0 15-1, 3-2. 0-l| ■ ACC 6-0-0, Champions 



Head Coach; Bobby Ross 



015 1161 


l-l 


•at Wake Forest 




W 36-33 


022 1151 


l-l 


• Duke* 




W 38-3 


029 1131 


|3i 


• North Carolina 




W 26-26 


N5 JZL 


|3| 


at Auburn 




L 23-35 


NI2 |11| 


|17| 


• at Clemson • 




L 27-52 


N19 1201 


l-l 


• at NC State 




W 29-6 


Florida Citrus Bowl 


DI7 |I6J 


H 


Tennessee ' 




L 23-30 


MOtl.mdc 


Fla (Florida Otnj! Bowll 






■ ( Irnv^on in 


iiqible fo 


ACCwfe aame counts ai 


Marvland win in 


ACC standinpi 


- 









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Frank Reich led the Terps to an upset 
win over Pittsburgh in his first college 
start on Sept. 24. 

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acG GHampions 

M,«yW(Ki pvAntiev) ;i.c i.hdmpionship for the second year in a row 
una wfned its fifth outngfit crown over the past 1 1 seasons The 
WIe was not decided until the seasons final weekend when the Terps 
knaked off Virginia. 45-34. fof the league crown Ma^land. trail- 
ing Vkam 31-0 at the half on Nov 10, rallied for 42 second-half 
poinc to beat the No 6 Hurncanes. 42-40. setting a record for the 
greatest cofneOack in NCM Division l-A foottwll history The Terps. 
taking part in their third straight txiwl game, defeated Tennessee in 
the Sun Bowl, 28-27 

3CCSIRIinillHS 



ACC 

rttm W-L-T 


Pts. 0pp. 


Overall 
W-LT 


PU. 


0pp. 


(HH) 


204 102 


9-3-0 


380 


280 


3-1-2 


189 108 


84-0 


337 


216 


na 3-2-1 


119 125 


5-5-1 


234 


274 


3->0 


91 124 


6-5-0 


205 


232 


1 2-2-1 


114 81 


64-1 


296 


201 


I-W 


67 162 


2-9-0 


128 


301 


l-S-0 


97 179 


3-80 


263 


311 






7-4^) 


346 


215 


• \. ; C:^ye for championihip by confcnence acOon 


Rcc ROuiL aames 

Sun Bowl: Maryland 28, Tennessee 27 


Peath Bowl; 


. ■ ,' 2/^ Purdue 2 









Ranked #12 




maRyLanDResuiTS(9». eo> 

9-3-0 (2-2, SI, 2-0) • ACC: MM) Championi 




"N 


Head Coach 


H r: , 


OSS 










Syracuse 




L 


72J 


SIS 




Vandertxll 




L 


14-23 


S22 (-1 


|I7| 


atWtotVirqlnla 




W 


20-17 


S29 




•Wake Forest 




W 


38-17 


06 H 


(111 


at Penn State 




L 


24-25 


013 




• NC State" 




W 


44-21 


027 




•at Duke 




W 


43-7 


N3 




•at North Carolina 




W 


34-23 


NIO H 


|6| 


at Miami 




W 


42-40 


NI7 l-l 


|20| 


• Clemson' 




W 


41-23 


N24 1181 


H 


•at Virginia 




W 


45-34 


Sun Bowl 1 


D22 1121 


l-l 


Tennessee' 




W 


28-27 


jif Rjff.mprp 


W IMmonal Stadiumj: ' 3t El Paso. Texas (Sun 


Bowl' 





















Rick Budanjek wss named ACC player 
of the week after leading the Terps 
to a win over NC State on Oct. 13. 




acG GHampmns 

\ide It three championships In a row and six in 1 2 years 
J unbeaten in ACC play For the fourth straight year and 
1 1 th t»7>e in 1 3 seasons, the Terps took part in postseason play knock- 
ing off Syracuse in the Cherry Bowl. 35-18 Maryland extended its 
ACC winning streak to 1 7 games with a 33-2 1 titleclinching viaory 
(ver Virg«a on the final weekend of the season Offensive tackle 
J D Maarlevetd was tat)t)ed as a consensus AI^Amencan. 



acc STanoinss 



Itam 



M,<ry<and 



ACC 

WH. T Pa. OHO. 



6<W) 



192 92 



Overall 

MH.-T Ptt. Opp. 



9-3-0 



326 192 



5-1-0 136 55 



9-21 252 



132 



4->0 167 122 



6^ 244 222 



wgmu 


4-3^ 


172 


150 


6-50 


262 


217 


North Caroina 


340 


129 


154 


5*0 


224 


223 


Duke 


2-50 


94 


174 


4-70 


193 


252 


NC State 


250 


121 


189 


300 


186 


305 



Ranked #18 




Viate Forest 



1-60 



99 174 



4-70 212 249 



acG BoujL aames 

Cherry Bowl: 



Marvlawl 35. Syracuse 18 



Independertte Bcwfe l*mesoa 20. Oemson 1 3 



AJt^merkan Bo wl; QeoroB Tech 17. Wchiqan State 14 



mRHL3nD RBSULTS (3 3. ED) 

9-3-0 |4-l, 3-1, 2-1) • ACC: 6-0-0. UMmpiom 


HeadCoKh: 


BObt/f 


Ross 




S7 |7| 


|19| 


Penn Sole 


L 18^20 


SI4 1171 


H 


Boston Coleoe ' 


W 31-13 


S2I 1171 


H 


WestViiana 


W 2M 


S28 |I7| 


l"2| 


alMkhkian 


L 0-20 


05 




•a(NC State 


W 31-17 


019 




• at wake Forest 


W 26-3 


026 




•Duke 


W 4O-I0 


N2 




• North Carofcia ' 


W 28-10 


N9 H 


|B| 


Mam' 


L 22-29 


M6 




• atdenson 


W 34-31 


N29 




• Vkgna 


W 33-21 


aMnyBoiirf 


D21 




Syracuse' 


W 35-18 


at Fontjoro. Mass ISutvari SaAml: ' at BaKmaiE. M. lUemonal SaAm). 


at PoitiacmOl porta: Sttenkxnel 






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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2001 



Ranked #11 



aee CHampions 



Under first-year head coach f^alph Fnedgen, the consensus national Coach 
of the Year, the Terps claimed their first ACC title since 1 985. Maryland 
became the first team other than Florida State to win the ACC title outright 
since the Seminoles joined the league in 1 992, Maryland was selected 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 All-Amencan. 

acG STanoinas 

ACC Overall 

Team W-L-T Pti. 0pp. W-L-T Pts. 0pp. 




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Maryland 



7-1-0 271 173 



Florida State 



6-2-0 304 194 



10-2-0 
8-4-0 



413 266 
403304 



North Carolina 



5-3-0 237 145 



8-5-0 337 271 



Georgia Tech 



4-4-0 246 215 



8-5-0 405 281 



NC State 



44-0 212 185 



7-5-0 319 257 



Clemson 



4-4-0 246 268 



7-5-0 369 339 



Wake Forest 



3-5-0 213 247 



6-5-0 292 311 



Virqinia 



3-5-0 



178 244 



5-7-0 249 331 



Duke 



0-8-0 



164 390 



0-11-0 212 491 



acG BDiuL games 

FedEx Orange Bowl: Florida 56, Maryland 23 
Toyota Gator Bowl: Florida State 30, Virqinia Tech 1 7 
Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl: North Carolina 16, Auburn 10 



Humanitarian Bowl: 
Seattle Bowl: 



Clemson 49, Louisiana Tech 24 
Georgia Tech 24, Stanford 1 4 



Tangerine Bowl: 



Pittsburgh 34, NC State 19 



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Head Coach 


Ralph Friedqen 






SI 




North Carolina 


W 


23-7 


S8 




Eastern Michigan 


W 


50-3 


S22 




al Wake Forest 


W 


27-20 


S29 




West Virqinia 


W 


32-20 


06 (251 


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Wrqinia 


W 


41-21 


Oil (221 


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W 


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O20 (121 


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W 


59-17 


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m (151 


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L 


31-52 


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Troy State 


W 


47-14 


NIO (I3| 


l-l 


Clemson 


W 


37-20 


MI7 (101 


[-1 


at fvIC State 


w 


23-19 


FedEx Oranqe Bowl 


J2 161 


(51 


Flonda' 


L 


23-56 


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Italph Friedgen is interviewed by 
ESPN after Maryland captured the 
2001 ACC crown with a win over 
Clemson on Nov. 10. 



2002 



Maryland closed the season by winning 1 of its final 1 1 games to match 
the 1 976 team for most wins in school history ( 1 1 1 and finished the sea- 
son ranked 1 3th in both major polls The Terps tied for second in the ACC 
and captured their first bowl victory since 1 985 - a 30-3 defeat of Tennes- 
see in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, Linebacker E.J. Henderson, the first two- 
time consensus All-Amencan in Maryland history won the Bednarik (nation's 
outstanding defensive player) and Butkus (nations outstanding linebacker) 
awards. A school-record eight players were named first team AII-ACC. 



Ranked #13 



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Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


0pp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


0pp. 


Florida State 


7-1-0 


275 


142 


9-5-0 


428 


301 


Maryland 


6-2-0 


247 


161 


11-3-0 


451 


228 


Virqinia 


6-2-0 


220 


185 


9-5-0 


402 


348 


NC State 


5-3-0 


192 


127 


11-3-0 


460 


238 


Georqia Tech 


4-4-0 


148 


150 


7-6-0 


280 


267 


Clemson 


4-4-0 


197 


223 


7-6-0 


330 


349 


Wake Forest 


3-5-0 


196 


198 


7-6-0 


356 


327 


North Carolina 


1-7-0 


113 


285 


3-9-0 


223 


421 


Duke 


0-8-0 


137 


254 


2-10-0 


227 


353 


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Bowl: 
1: 


Maryland 30, 

Georgia 26, Flo 


Tennessee 3 




Nokia Sugar Bow 


Ida State 13 






Mazda Tangerine 


Bowl: 


Texas Tech 55, Clemson 13 






Toyota Gator Bowl: 


NC State 28, Notre Dame 6 






Continental Tire Bowl: 


Virginia 48^ West Virginia 22 




Silicon Valley Classic: 


Fresno State 30, 


Georgia Tech 21 




Seattle Bowl: 




Wake Forest 38, 


OregonJ? 








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1 1-3-0 (6-1, 3-1, 1-11 ■ ACC: 6-2-0. T-2nd 


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L 


0-22 


S7 






Akron 




W 


44-14 


S14 


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Florida State 




L 


10-37 


S2I 






E. Michiqan 




W 


45-3 


S28 






Wofford 




W 


37-8 


05 






at West Virqinia 




w 


48-17 


017 






Georqia Tech 




w 


34-10 


026 






at Duke 




w 


45-12 


m 






at North Carolina 




w 


59-7 


m 


|25| 


|14| 


NC State 




w 


24-21 


Wb 


(I9| 


l-l 


al Clemson 




w 


30-12 


N23 


(I8| 


l-l 


at Virqinia 




L 


13-48 


N30 


1251 


l-l 


Wake Forest 




w 


32-14 


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tone for the game-winning touchdown 
against NC State on Nov. 9. 

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RBSULTS 



HflGOHO 111 BOIIILS 7 WZ 

Jan. 1, 1948 ■ Gator Bowl 

Mafyland 20. Geofgw 20 

Jan. 2, 1950 • Cator Bowl 

Mir^Und 20 Missouri 7 

Jan. 2, 1952 • Sugar Bowl 

Marytand 28. Tennessee 1 3 

Jan. 1, 1954 • Orange Bowl 

Jan. 2, 1956 ■ Orange Bowl 

Oklahoma 20 Maryland 6 

Dec. 28, 1973 • Peach Bowl 

Georgia 17. Maryland 16 

Dec. 16, 1974 1 Uberty Bowl 

Tennf^sef 7 Maryland 3 

Dec. 29, 1975 • Gator Bowl 

Maryland 13. Florida 

Jan. 1, 1977 • Cotton Bowl 

Houston 30. MaTiand 2 1 

Dec. 22, 1977 ■ Hall of Fame Bowl 

Maryland 1 7 Minnesota 7 

Dec. 23, 1978 • Sun Bowl 

Texas 42. Maryland 

Dec. 20, 1980 • Tangerine Bowl 

Dec. 25, 1982 • Aloha Bowl 

Washington 21. Maryland 20 

Dec. 17, 1983 ■ Florida Citrus Bowl 

leaiessee 30. .Maryland 23 

Dec. 22, 1984 ■ Sun Bowl 

Ma'>'ia'x) 28 Ternessee "' 

Dec. 21, 1985 • Cherry Bowl 

Maryland 35. Syracuse 18 

Dec. 15, 1990 ■ Independence Bowl 
Jan. 2, 2002 • FedEx Orange Bowl 

Dec. 31, 2002 • Chickfil-A Peach Bowl 

Maryland 30. Tennessee 3 



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In front of the first capacity crowd in Gator Bowl history, 
16.666, Ma7land's Lu Gambino was a one-man wrecking 
crew, rushing for 165 yards and scoring three touchdowns 
Gambinos three scores propelled Maryland to a 20-7 lead, 
but Georgia reeled off 1 3 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 
4-yard line. Despite the tie, there was no question as to the 
game's most valuable player Gambino won the Burkhalter 
Award, signifying the games outstanding performer 
Gambino was inducted into the Gator Bowl Hall of Fame in 
1992 



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Maryland 20 
Missouri 7 

Three times in the first half Missoun turned the ball over, and 
all three times Maryland scored a touchdown as the Terra- 
pins defeated the Tigers. 20-7, to earn their first-ever 
postseason viaory The Terrapin running attack, led by Bob 
Shemonski and Ed Modzelewski, amassed 266 rushing yards, 
the second-most by a Maryland bowl team Maryland defen- 
sive back John Idzik set up Maryland!; first score with a 26- 
yard intercepDon return to the Tiger 1 1 -yard line Sherrxjnski 
scored on a sweep on the next play for the go-ahead touch- 
down Shemonski scored again on a six-yard run late in the 
second quarter to put the Terps up 20^ 



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Maryland 
Georgia 



\a 2nd 3rd 4m f 
7 13 20 
7 13 20 



2-UM ■ Gambino 35-yard run (McHugh kick] 

i-UQ ■ Rauch l-yard run jGen kick] 

3-UM • Gambino I .yard run (kick failed) 

3-UM ■ Cjambino 24-yard pass from Baroni (McHugh kJckj 

4-UG ■ Gen 4-yard run (kick failed) 

•t-UG - Donaldson 9-yard pass from Rauch (Cjeri kick) 





UM 


UG 


First Downs 


16 


19 


Rushing Yards 


247 


216 


Passing 


127 


190 


CompAtt-lm 


714-1 


I2-20-I 


Punls-Avg 


M4 


+40 


FumWes-lost 


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M 


Penaltes-Vards 


W6 


4-SO 



RUSHIN&Marytand. Gambino 22-165. Wzik 2-32. Bonk 5-23. laRue 
4 2^ Turyn 4-9, Brown 2-6. Tucker 2-3. Sieben 3-3, RoBi 3-|-I6) Geor- 
gia Donaldson 1 0-69. Gen 7-56. Henderson MB. Reid 7-46. Nestorak 
3-6 Bodine 3-2. Br2dbefry 1-2. Bfunson 3-(-2|. Rauch 3 (10) 
PASSIN&Maryland. Baroni 7-14-127 Georgia. Rauch 12-20-190 
An: 16.666 



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Maryland 7 13 

Missoun 7 

1-UM - Shemonski 1 1-yard nin (Dean kick) 
2-UM - Modzelewski 3-yanJ run (kidi failed) 

2-UM - Shemonski fryard njn (Dean bck) 
4-MO - Klein 4-yard run (Glonoso lKk| 



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20 
7 





UM 


MO 


First Downs 


11 


13 


Rushing Yards 


266 


100 


Passing 


16 


167 


Comp-An-lnl 


2-17-1 


11-29-3 


Punts-Avg. 


7-39.0 


3-3SO 


Fumbles-Lost 


1-1 


5-5 


Penalties-Yards 


63 


10 


*tt: 18.409 








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Tennessee 13 



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In what may have been the biggest win In Maryland football 
history, the Terps upset No. I -ranked and regular season 
national champion Tennessee, 28-13, In the 1 952 Sugar Bowl, 
The Terps were led by running back Ed "Mighty Mo" 
Modzelewski (153 yards on 28 carries] and the brilliant play 
of running back/defensive back Ed Fullerton, who scored 
two touchdowns and threw for another The Terps put the 
game out of reach in the third guarter with a 46-yard inter- 
ception for a touchdown by Fullerton, giving the Terps a 28- 
6 lead. Maryland finished the season with an overall record 
of 1 0-0-0 and a No. 3 national ranking. 



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Oklahoma 7 
Maryland 

This was the first game of the contract that pitted the Big 
Eight Conference champion against the Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference champion. The Terrapins took an undefeated sea- 
son and the nations No. 1 ranking into the game against 
an Oklahoma sguad that used a powerful running attack to 
grind out a second guarter touchdown to propel the Soon- 
ers to a 7-0 win. Twice the Terps had first-down opportuni- 
ties with the ball inside the 1 0-yard line and failed to come 
away with any points. Despite the narrow loss, the Terra- 
pins claimed the 1 953 national championship. 



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Maryland 
Tennessee 



Ut 2nd 3rd 4th 
7 14 7 
6 7 



F 

28 

13 



l-UM • Fullerton 2-yard run (Decker kick) 

2-UM - Shemonski 7-yard pass from Fullerton (Decker kick) 

2-UM ■ Scarbatn I -yard run (Decker kick) 

2-UT - Rechichar 4-yard pass from Payne (kick failed) 

3-UM - Fullerton 46-yard interception return (Decker kick) 

4-ur - Payne 2-yard run (Recfiicliar kick) 





UM 


UT 


First Downs 


18 


12 


Rushing Yards 


289 


81 


Passing 


63 


75 


Comp-Att-lnl 


7-13-1 


9-19-4 


Return Yards 


29 


16 


Punts-Avg. 


8-38,0 


7-43,0 


Fumbles-tost 


7-1 


2-2 


Penalties-Yards 


12-120 


2-20 



RUSHING Maryland, Modzelewski 28-1 53.Tennessee.Paynel 1-54. 
PASSING Maryland, Scarbatli 6-9-57. Tennessee, Payne 7-14-75. 
Att: 80,271 











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3rd 


4th F 


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Oklatioma 


7 





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2-OU- Griggs 25-yard run 


(Leake kick) 






UM 




ou 


First Downs 


13 




10 


Rustling Yards 


176 




208 


Passing 


36 




22 


Comp-An-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.Grlggs 13-89. 


PASSING-Maryland Boxold 3-9-42. Oklatioma, Calame 4-4-22. 


RECEIVING-Maryland Nolan 2-31.0klahoma,Burris 3-17, 


Att; 68, 178 










174) ^^^1^"'^ celebrates its 195} undefeated season. 
2001 ACC CHAMPIONS 



Shoo-Shoo 
Shemonski high- 
stepping in the 
1 954 Orange Bowl. 





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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 a 20-6 win. The Terps, who led 6-0 at halftime, 
were stunned when the Sooners went into their famous 
"fast break offense' and reeled off two third-quarter touch- 
downs to earn the national championship, Ed Vereb, who 
scored the Terps" lone touchdown, finished with 1 08 rush- 
ing yards, Maryland was hurt by five turnovers. 



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Maryland 
Oklatioma 



1st 2nd 
6 




3rd 4th 

14 6 



F 
6 
20 



2-UM -Vereb 15-yard run (kick failed) 

3-OU - McDonald 4-yard run (Prices kick) 

3-OU - OlMeil I -yard run (Pnces kick) 

4-OU - Dodd 82-yard interception return (kick failed) 





UM 


OU 


First Downs 


9 


16 


Rushing Yards 


187 


202 


Passing 


46 


53 


Comp-Att Int 


3-10-3 


4-10-1 


Punts-Avg, 


7-40,0 


8-34.0 


Fumbles-Lost 


3-2 


1-1 


Penalties-Yards 


4-61 


4-35 



RUSHING Maryland Vereb 8-108,0klahoma, Harris 9-63. 
PASSING-MarylandBelghtol2 7-46. Oklahoma, Harris 3 5-34. 
RECEIVING-Maryland Cooke 121 Oklahoma, Burris 2-28, 
Att: 75,561 



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the Terps only 7D and 
108 yards in the 56 
Orange Bowl. 



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I Georgia 17 
I Maryland 16 

Maryland came dway from its first bowl game in 1 8 years a 
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 Georgias 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. 



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Tennessee 7 
Maryland 3 

The Maryland defense, led by AII-ACC defensive tackle Randy 
White, shut out Tennessee for nearly four quarters but lost 
the game when the Volunteers' quarterback. Randy Wallace, 
found Larry Seivers for an 1 1 -yard 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 7-yard line. Maryland had a chance to win 
the game but an apparent 20-yard touchdown pass was ruled 
out of bounds. 




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Maryland 13 
Florida 

The ACC<hampion Terrapins headed into the 1 975 Gator 
Bowl as a seven-point underdog to the Florida Gators, How- 
ever this did not deter the Terps, who were coming off 
their best season (8-2-1 1 in 20 years. Mar/land shut out the 
Gators, 1 3-0, in front of a large pro-Flonda crowd in a steady 
downpour The Maryland defense held the SECs total of- 
fense leader scoreless and intercepted two Florida passes 
which led to the first 1 Maryland points. This was the first 
Terp win over an SEC team since 1 955, 



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1st 2nd 3rd 4th F 




1st 2nd 3rd 4th F 


Vtaiytand 10 6 - 16 




Maryland 3 - 3 




Maryland 7 3 3 - 13 


Georgia 10 7 - 17 




Tennessee 7 - 7 




Flonda — 


2-UG - ft«*XK 62-yart) pass from Johnson (Leavrtt kickl. 5:27 




2-UM - MikeWayer 28-yard field goal 




1 -UM - Hoover 1 9-yard pass from Dick |Sochko kick| 6:15 


2-UM - White 68^ pass from Carter (MikeMayer kick). 5:04 
2-UM • MikfrMayef 3fryard field goal, 1:31 
2-UG - Leavm 26-yard field goal, 0:06 




4-t;r- Seivers 1 1-yard pass from Wallace fTowsend kick| 
UM UT 




2-UM - Sochko 20-yard field goal 6:49 
4-UM - Sochko 27-yard field goal 1 1 :4 1 


3-UG -Johnson 1-yard ain (Leavin kick). 4:24 
^-UM - M*eMayef 257ard field goal, 1 3:53 
4-UM - MikfrMayer 28f ard field goal. 7:35 




First Downs 16 15 
Rushing Yards 108 173 
Passing 158 65 




UM UF 

First Downs 15 14 
Rushing Yards 209 182 


UM UC 

ftr^t Downs IS 11 




Comp-Att-lnt 15-22-2 7-16-0 




Passing 82 28 




Return Yards 76 65 




Comp-Att-lnt 7-15-0 3-19-3 


Rushing Yards 219 170 
Passing 242 114 
Comp-An-Int 8-18-1 5-16-1 
Return Yards 78 135 
Punts-Avg 6-31.8 8-41.3 




Punts-Avg. 6-41.0 7-39.0 
Fumbles-Lost 3-3 4-2 




Return Yards 26 25 
Punts-Avg. 7-39.5 7-38.5 




Penalties-Yards 4-63 8-69 
RUSHING-Maryland, Carter 22-65.Tennessee.Gayle 17-106. 




Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1 
Penalties-Yards 5-47 6-48 


Fumbles-Losl 4-3 2-2 




PASSING Maryland, Avellini 1 5-22-1 SS.Tennessee, Holloway 6-15- 




RUSHING Maryland, Atkins 20-127.Rorida,DuBose 18-95. 


Penalties-Yards 5-63 1-5 




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RECEIVING: Maryland, White 5-68.Tennessee, Servers 4-38. 




PASSING Maryland, Dick 5-13-67.Florida, Fisher 2-12-33. 
RECEIVING: Maryland. Hoover 2-24, Florida, Lecount 1-25. 


RUSHING Maryland. Carter 29126.Georgia. King 16-57. 




Att; 51,284 




Att: 64,012 


PASSING Maryland. Kinard 4-8-11 3, Georgia, Johnson 5-16-114, 










RECEIVING: Maryland White 2-106,6eorgia,Poulous 2-62, 










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Co3Ch Jerry Claiborne lleftj congratulates Georgia 
coach Vince Dooley after the Bulldogs' win. 

2001 ACC CHAMPIONS 



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Louis Carter 
rushed for 65 
yards in the Terps' 
1 974 Liberty Bowl 
appearance. 




Kim Hoover hauls 
in the only TD of 
the Terps win in 
the 75 Gator 
Bowl. 



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Houston 30 
Maryland 21 

Maryland entered the 1 977 Cotton Bowl with a perfect 1 1 ■ 
record, but the hopes for a perfect season were dashed 
quickly when Houston scored 2 1 first-quarter points en route 
to a 30-2 1 win. The Cougars rushed for a total of 320 yards 
in the game and 144 in the 2 1 -point first quarter. The Terps 
cut the lead to 27-2 1 in the fourth quarter, but a 5:42 drive 
by the Cougars late in the quarter resulted in a field goal, 
slamming the door on any Terp comeback hopes. 




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Maryland 17 
Minnesota 7 



After allowing an early Minnesota touchdown run, the Terps 
scored the next 1 7 points and shut out the Golden Go- 
phers over the next three quarters to leave Birmingham with 
a 1 7-7 win. Offensively the Terps looked to George Scott, 
who rushed for 75 yards and two second-quarter touch- 
downs 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. 



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Texas 42 
Maryland 

The Maryland Terrapins, appearing in their sixth consecu- 
tive bowl and looking for their second straight bowl win, 
ran into a very determined Texas Longhorn team. The Long- 
horns' running game amassed 220 yards and five touch- 
downs, while the Texas defense held Maryland to 248 yards 
of total offense. It was the first time in 95 games the Terps 
had been held scoreless, ending the third-longest streak in 
the nation. 



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Houston 



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7 7 7 
21 6 3 



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21 
30 



l-UH - Thomas 1 1-yard run (Coplln kick) 6:27 

1 -UH - Blackwell 33-yard run (Coplin kick) 3:13 

l-UH • Blackwell 1-yard run (Coplin krck) 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 (Socfiko feck) 1 41 

4-UM - Wilson I -yard run (Socfiko kick) 8:46 

4-UH - Coplin 28-yafd field goal 0: 1 8 

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First Downs 17 20 

Rusfiing Yards 120 320 

Passing 179 108 

Comp Att-lnt 17-32-0 5-8-0 

fieturn 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 11 -47. Houston, Blackwell 22-149. 
PASSING-Maryland, Manges 17-32-179. Houston.Oavis 5-8-108. 
RECEIVING: Maryland, Kinney 6-72. Houston, Foster 3-62. 
Att: 58,500 




Eric Sieveri caught 
his first college TD 
on this play in the 
77 Cotton Bowl. 



2001 ACC CHAMPIONS 



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Minnesota 



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3 14 
7 



F 
17 
7 



I -MM • Barber I -yard run (Rogind kick) 9 02 
I -UM-Soctiko 32-yard field goal 5:2 1 
2-UM - Scott 2-yard run (Sochko kick) 7 04 
2-UM - Scott 1-yard run (Sochko kick) 4 53 





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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. ll/linnesota.Kitzmann 24-76. 
PASSING Maryland, Dick 1 2-20-21 1 .Minnesota, Avery 12-23-1 30, 
RECEIVING: Maryland, White 8- 1 26. Minnesota, Anhorn 5-49. 
Att: 47,000 




BBXSBBBB 

tsf 2nd 3rd 4th 
Maryland — 

Texas 21 7 14 - 

l-UT - L Jones 7-yard run (Erxleben kick) 10:27 

I -UT - J Jones I -yard run (Erxleben kick) 7 , 1 5 

1 -UT - L Jones 29-yard pass from McBaeth (Endeben kick) 4:37 

2-tJT - McBaeth 2-yafd run (Erxleben kick) 1 2:55 

3-UT - J Jones 14-yard run (Erxleben kick) 2 42 

3-Lrf - H. Jones 32-yard run (Erxleben kick) 1 :08 



F 

42 





UM 


UT 


First Downs 


20 


18 


Rushing Yards 


34 


220 


Passing 


214 


45 


Comp-An-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,AtkinslO-15.Texas,H. Jones 14-104. 
PASSING Maryland, O'Hare 12 27-1 46.Texas, McBaeth 2-5-45. 
RECEIVING: Maryland, Richards 4-52. Texas, L. Jones 2-45. 
Att: 33,122 



George Scott ran for 
two TDs and 75 
yards in the Terps' 
77 Hall of Fame 
Bowl win. 



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Charles Johnson's 
mood tells the 
story after the 
Terps lost in the 
78 Sun Bowl. 



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Florida 35 
Maryland 20 



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MarylanctS Chariie wysocki rushed for 1 59 yards and a touch- 
down, but It was not enough to overcome the passing at- 
tack of the Gators Wayne Peace, who threw for 27 1 yards 
and two touchdowns. Peaces favorite receiver, Cris 
Collinswofth. caught eight passes for 1 66 yards, including 
a 2 1 -yard touchdown catch that led to Flondas 28-20 lead 
MarylandS Dale Castro tied a Tangerine Bowl record and 
established a new Terrapin bowl record when he booted 
his fourth field goal in the third quarter 



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3 6 II 
14 14 7 



F 

20 
35 



' 4JM ■ CasBD 34y«d fie« goal 4 50 

:if Coinsvwx* 24-yafd (Hss from Peace (Clai* todt) 14:04 

.X,W Caflro 27-yard field goal 4 37 

?fryafd fietd goal 4 28 

-' yard run jClark tockl I 46 
, _■..<] 2-yaix) run (Tice run) 14 48 
' vi V • CasBD 42-yard field goal 1 000 
! •, c Peace l-yard run iClar* kic*| 4 43 
' v'C Coinsworth 21-yard pass from Peace IClartc tackl 3:29 
; -J- - Brown 2-yaid run lOart kickl 9 31 

UM UF 

first Downs 19 16 

Ru^liinq Yards 181 108 

PdiMnq 155 271 

Ciimp-Anim 12-26-3 20-34-1 

Return Yards 14 54 

Punts-Avj 4-39.0 6-34.0 

fumbles-lost 4-2 1-0 

Penalties Yards 6-44 11-108 

RUSHINCV(aryland.Wysodd 39-159 Florida, Brown 16-71 
PASSING 'Urylandrice 11-23-129 Honda, Peace 20-24-271 
RtCEIVINO: Starytand, Havenet 4-83. Florida, Colllnswortli 8-166 
Art:^; '.41 




Charlie Wysocki 
ran for 159 
yards in the 80 
Tangerine Bowl. 



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HOOOLULO 
DBG 7b. 1387 

Washington 21 
Maryland 20 

Maryland and Washington made sure the fans who went 
to the inaugural Aloha Bowl got their moneys 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 
Atkinsons 32-yard field goal attempt missed. The Terps had 
fallen behind 1 4-6 in the first half and Boomer Esiason had 
completed 1 passes for 1 20 yards and a touchdown in the 
third quarter, sparking Maryland to a 20- 14 lead early in the 
fourth. 



ODXSGORB 

Maryland 
Waitiington 



Ht 2nd Ird 4th 
b b & 
7 7 7 



F 

20 
21 



1 -UW - Allen 27-yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick| 1 0: 14 
2-UM - DAddio 19-yard pass from Esiason (kick failed! 1452 
2-UW -Allen 7 1 -yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick] 5:21 
3-UM • Tice 36-yard pass from Esiason (conversion failed) 12:16 
4-UM - Nasri 2-yard njn (Tice pass from Esiason) 10.44 
4-UW -Allen I l-yard pass from Cowan (Nelson tack) 0:06 





UM 


UW 


first Downs 


17 


20 


Rushing Yards 


68 


63 


Passing 


251 


369 


Comp-An-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 11-41 Wasliington.Robinson 16-50. 
PASSING Maryiand.Esiason 19 32-251.Washington,Cowan 33 55 

RECEIVING: Maryland.Tice 6-85.Washington,SI(ansi 10-81. 
An: 30.055 




Dave DAddio 
rushes past 
Washington in 
the Aloha 
Bowl. 





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OBG 17 1383 

Tennessee 30 
Maryland 23 

Tennessee scored two touchdowns in tfie fourth quarter to 
overcome a 20-16 deficit and defeat the Terps. 30-23, in 
the 1983 Citrus Bowl Maryland took a four-point lead into 
the fourth quarter, thanks to outstanding play from reserve 
quarterback Frank Reich Reich entered the game in the 
second quarter when starter Boomer Esiason suffered a 
shoulder injury. Reich's one mistake of the day an intercep- 
tion early in the fourth quarter, set the Vols on Maryland's 
1 4-yard line which led to a Tennessee touchdown run that 
was the difference 



BOXSGORB 



Maryland 
Tennessee 



Isr ind ird 

3 6 11 
7 3 6 



4th 
3 
14 



F 

23 

30 



1-UM-Atkinson l&yardfieMgoal4 01 

I -LfT ■ Taylor 1 2 pass from Cockrell (Reveij tack) 1 :04 

2-UM - Atkinson 48-yard field goal 13:43 

2-UM - Atkinson 3 1 -yard fietd goal 1 2 1 

2-Ur - Reveie 25yard field goal 4 34 

3-UM -Attinson 22-yard field goal 10:47 

3-UT ■ Henderson 1 9-yard run (Cockrell pass failed) 529 

3-UM - Badanjek 3^ard njn (Badanjek njn) 4: 1 4 

4-UT- Jones l-yard njn(Reveiz tack) 14:01 

4-UT - Jones 2-yard mn (Reveiz kick) 1 1 : 58 

UM - Attanson 2fryard field goal 4 34 

UM UT 

First Downs 17 25 

Rushing Yards 95 201 

Passing 253 185 

Comp-Att-Int 18-28-1 16-23-1 

Return Yards 10 26 

Punts-Avg. 0-0.0 1-47.0 

Fumbles-Lost 3-1 1-1 

Penalties-Yards 6-32 1-5 

RUSHING-Maryland.Joynet 17-58,Tennessee.Jones 29-154, 
PASSING Maryland, Reich 14-22-192, Tennessee. Cockrell 16-23- 
185 

RECEIVING: Maryland, David 4-66,Tennessee.Dunon 6- 59. 
Att: 50.183 



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(far leftj and 
Boomer 
Esiason 
(second frorrt 
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Goofy at the 
Magic 
Kingdom. 



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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 22-2 1 . 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-win- 
ning touchdown. 



BBXSGBBB 



Maryland 
Tennessee 



1st 


10 



2nd 





3rd 
22 
6 



4th 
b 



F 

28 
27 



I -UT . Jones 2-yard run (Reveiz kick) 6:34 
l-UT ■ Reveiz 24-yafd field goal 2 29 
2-UT • Reveiz 52-yard field goal 5 1 3 
2-UT . McGee 6-yard pass from Robinson 
(McGee pass from Robinson) 0:37 
3-UM - Meal 57-yard run (pass failed) 10:35 
3-UM . Atkinson 23-yard field goal 6:32 
3-UM - Badanjek l-yard run (run failed) 3:47 
3-UM - Edmunds 40-yard pass from Reich (Atkinson kick) 3:47 
3-UT ■ Penuska 1 00-yard kickoff return Ipass failed) 0: 1 
4.UM . Badanjek l-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, r/ie 
Terpi carried 
coach Bobby 
Ross off the 
field after 
winninq the 
'84 Sun Bowl. 



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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 1 0-6 in the 
second quarter, Gelbaugh hit tight end Chns Knight for a 
three-yard score to put the Terps in the lead for good. The 
touchdown pass also was the start of a 22-point second 
quarter that tied a Maryland bowl record for points scored 
in a quarter 



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Syracuse 
Maryland 



;sf 2nd 3rd 4th 
3 7 8 
6 22 7 



F 

18 

35 



850 



l-SU-McAulay 26-yard field goal 1027 

l-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) 

2-UM - Tye 8-yard fumble return [Plocki kick) 3,4 1 

2-UM ■ Blount 20-yard run (Plocki kick) 1:43 

3-UM - Abdur-Raoof 6-yard pass from Gelbaugh (Plocki 

kick) 1127 

3-SU ■ McPherson 1 7-yard run (Schwedes from McPherson) 2 51 

UM SU 

First Downs 22 28 

Rushing Yards 244 241 

Passing 223 204 

Comp-Att-lnt 14-20-1 18-30-3 

Return Yards 99 135 

Punts-Avg. 3-38.7 1-52.0 

Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-2 

Penalties-Yards 5-54 3-26 

RUSHING-Maryland, Blount 24- 1 35. Syracuse, McPherson 21-111. 
PASSING-Maryland,Gelbaugh 14-20-223.Syracuse,McPherson 18- 
30 204. 

RECEIVING: Maryland, Abdur-Ra'oof 5-86. Syracuse, Slano 4-69. 
Att: 51,858 




Len Lynch 
(63) hoists 
the 1985 
Cherry Bowl 
trophy. 




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SHRBVBPBHl 13. 
BBG 15. 133B 

Maryland 34 
La. Tech 34 



Tech's Chris Boniol hit a 29-yard field goal with no time remain- 
ing in the 1 990 Independence Bowl, allowing the Bulldogs to 
escape Shreveport with a 34-34 tie. The Terrapins fell behind 3 1 - 
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 returned the kick 41 yards to start the Bulldog 
dnve on the Maryland 39-yard line. Five plays and 28 yaids later 
Boniol kicked his second field goal of the game to even the scoie. 



BBXSGBBB 



Ht 2nd 3rd 4th 

Maryland 14 6 14 

Louisiana Tech 14 14 6 

1-UM-Jackson l-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 l-yard run (Boniol kick) 10:35 

3-UM -Jackson 1 l-yard run (kick failed) 7 44 

3-LT - Slaughter 7-yatd pass from Johnson (Boniol kick) 5:52 

4-LT - Boniol 36-yard field goal 1 3:52 

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 000 

UM 

16 

191 

115 
11-18-1 

22 
4-37.2 

1-1 

9-88 

RUSHING Maryland,Jad<son 17-50.La.Tech,Richardson 27-81. 
PASSING Maryland, Zolak7 16 159.La.Tech,Johnson 7-8-70. 
REaiVlNG: Maryland, Johnson 5 107.La.Tedi,Slaughter 5-66. 
Att: 48,325 



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34 

34 



First Downs 
Rushing Yards 
Passing 
Comp-An-lnt 
Return Yards 
Punts-Avg. 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 



LT 

25 

150 

254 
18-28-3 

3 
1-34.0 

3-1 

6-53 




Clarence Jones 
1741 lifts Troy 
Jackson in the 
air after the 
Terps' third- 
quarter score 
in the '90 
Independence 
Bowl. 



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hin 7 7007 

Florida 56 
Maryland 23 

Mrtiywnd nwfde its first bowl appearance since 1 990, but 
Wl to the (iftfwanked Florida Gators, 56-23 Floridas Rex 
Grossnian came off tfie bencfi to tfirow for 248 yards and 
four toocfxiowns Ttie Gators jumped out to a 14-0 lead, 
tXJt the Terps rallied to close to within 14-10 Florida, tiow- 
evet scored five unanswered touchdowns to pull away Marc 
Riley rushed for two touchdowns for the Terps The teams 
cofitoned for an Orange Bowl record 79pointsandl, 019 
total yards 



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U 14 21 7 
7 3 13 



F 

56 

23 



l-UF - Gfaham l-yard run |C(WK)lef tuckl 9 51 

l-UF - Jacobs 4fryafd pass from Berlin (Chandler tack) 0: 1 2 

\-iM - WMums M-yard pass from Hril (Novak M) 0:00 

2-UM - Novak 20yan) fiekl goal 1 2 20 

2-(jF- Jacobs l5^ardpassr[anOrossnian(Chandlef l(K:k{2 18 

2-UF - (iaffney 47afd pass from Grossman (Chandler tockj 0:03 

Ur - Graham 6-yard run (Chandler kickj 1 1 22 

Hf - G*5pie 1 1-yard run (Chandler kick| 7 26 

3^ - Gaffney 33irafd pass from Grossman (Chandler tack| 2:52 

- v-SHeyl-yardojnlNwaktackj II 56 

■ = -Cere; lOyardpassfromGrossman(Chandlerkick| 10:16 

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103 

257 

23-39-1 

189 

5^6 2 

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4-20 



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RECEIVING. 
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UF 

30 

203 

456 

3349-2 

93 

2-53.0 

2-1 

643 

> Graham 16-149 
• da. (jrossman 20-28-248 
•'Onda Jacobs 10-170 





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Maryland 30 Vlv 
Tennessee 3 ^^-^'' 

The Terps posted their first bowl win since 1 985 with a domi- 
nating performance over the Tennessee Volunteers. QB Scott 
McBrien ran for a pair of touchdowns, Nick Novak booted 
three field goals, All-America linebacker E.J, Henderson regis- 
tered 1 2 solo tackles, and cornerback Curome Cox returned 
an interception for a touchdown to highlight Marylands per- 
formance. The Terps never trailed in the game, taking their 
opening possession in for a toucfidown on a one-yard run 
by McBrien and taking a 1 7-3 lead into Intermission, It was 
the most lopsided bowl loss in UT history. 



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Tennessee 3 


3 


Maryland 7 10 3 


10 30 


l-UM - McBrien 1 njn (Novak kick| 6:00 




2-UM - Cox 54 interception return (rjovak kick| 11 :32 | 


2-UT- Walls 38 field goal 4:46 




2-UM - Novak 48 field goal 0:47 




3-UM - Novak 44 field goal 6:48 




44JM - McBnen 6 njn (Novak kick) 1 2 55 




4-UM- Novak 25 field goal 4: 12 




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First Dovvns 18 


17 


Rushing Yards 45 


154 


Passing 242 


120 


Com(>An-lnt 23-37-1 


n-19-0 


Return Yards 85 


177 


Punts-Avg. 6-47.7 


3-50.3 


fumbles-losi l-I 


21 


PenalDes-Yards 8*8 


2-10 


RUSHIN&Maryland. Perry 1 5-50 Tennessee: Houston 9-34 


PASSING Maryland. McBrien. 1 1-I9-0-I20. Tennessee. Clausen 23-37 


RECEMNGWaryland Harrison 4-74. Tennessee Brown 5-75. 


Att 68.330 






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Quarterback Scott McBrien was named the Peach 
Bowls Offensive ¥VP. 



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miVmSL RBBORDS 

RUSHina yaRDS 

165 (23 carries), Lu Gambino vs. Georgia, 1948 Gator 
153 |28), Ed IVIodzelewski vs. Tennessee, 1952 Sugar 
159 |39), Charlie Wysocki vs. Florida, 1 980 Tangerine 
132 |24), Alvin Blount vs. Syracuse, 1985 Cherry 
127 (20), Steve Atkins vs. Florida, 1975 Gator 
126 (29), Louis Carter vs. Georgia, 1973 Peach 
108 (8), Ed Vereb vs. Oklahoma, 1956 Orange 
107 (12), Tommy Neal vs. Tennessee, 1984 Sun 

RUSHina anemPTS 

39, Charlie Wysocki vs. Florida, 1980 Tangerine 

RUSHinS TDUGHODllinS 

3, Troy Jackson vs. Louisiana Tech, 1990 Independence 

LDnaesT TOucHDOuin Run 

57 yards. Tommy Neal vs. Tennessee, 1 984 Sun 

passing yaRos 

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, I Int.). Stan Gelbaugh vs. Syracuse 1985 

Cherry 
2 1 5 ( 1 7 of 28, 1 TD, 3 Int.), Scott Zolak vs Louisiana Tech, 1 990 

Independence 
211 (12of20, OTD, 1 Int.), Larry Dick vs. Minnesota, 1977 Hall of 

Fame 
20 1 ( 1 7 of 28, I TD, 1 Int.), Frank Reich vs. Tennessee, 1 984 Sun 

pass GDmPLGTions 

23, Shaun Hill vs. Florida, 2002 Orange 

pass anemPTS 

39, Shaun Hill vs. Florida, 2002 Orange 

passing TDUGHDomns 

2, Boomer Esiason vs. Washington, 1 982 Aloha 

2, Stan Gelbaugh vs Syracuse 1985 Cherry 

2, Scott Zolak vs. Louisiana Tech, 1 990 Independence 




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yard: 
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Lu Gumbino holds the Maryland record for rushing 
s in a game with 165, gained in the '48 Gator 
Bowl. 

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LonoGST TDUGHOGiun pass 

68, Louis Carter to Walter White vs. Georgia, 1 973 Peach 

TGTaL DFFGnSG 

288 yards (31 run, 257 pass), Shaun Hill vs. Flonda, 2002 Orange 
252 yards |l run, 251 pass). Boomer Esiason vs, Washington, 
1 983 Aloha 

RGGBPTIOnS 

8(126 yards), Charlie White vs. Minnesota, 1 977 Hall of Fame 

RGGBivina yaRDS 

126 (8 rec, OTD), Charlie White vs. Minnesota, 1977 Hall of Fame 
107 (5 rec, I TD), Barry Johnson vs. Louisiana Tech, 1990 Inde- 
pendence 
106 (2 rec., 1 TD), Walter White vs. Georgia, 1973 Peach 

TGUGHDOUin RGGGPTIOnS 

I , Lu Gambino from John Baroni, 1 948 Gator 

I, Bob Shemonski from Ed Fullerton, 1952 Gator 

I , Walter White from Louis Carter 1973 Peach 

I. Kim Hoover from Larry Dick, 1975 Gator 

I, Eric Sievers from Mark Manges, 1977 Cotton 

1, Dave D'Addio from Boomer Esiason, 1982 Aloha 

I , John Tice from Boomer Esiason, 1 982 Aloha 

I, Ferrell Edmunds from Frank Reich, 1984 Sun 

I, Chris Knight from Stan Gelbaugh, 1985 Cherry 

I , Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof from Stan Gelbaugh, 1 985 Cherry 

1 , Mark Mason from Scott Zolak, 1 990 Independence 

1, Barry Johnson from Scott Zolak, 1 990 Independence 

I , Jafar Williams from Shaun Hill, 2002 Orange 

aiL PURPOse yaRGasG 

189 (165 rush, 24 rec), Lu Gambino vs. Georgia, 1948 Gator 
184 (93 rush, 47 rec, 44 ret), Mark Mason vs. Louisiana Tech, 
1 990 Independence 

TGUGHOOliinS RGSPGRSIGLG FOR 

3, Lu Gambino (35 run, 1 run, 24 rec.) vs. Missouri, 1948 Gator 
3, Ed Fullerton (2 run, 7 pass, 46 int.) vs. Tennessee, 1952 Sugar 
3, Troy Jackson (2 run, 2 run, 1 1 run) vs. Louisiana Tech, 1 990 
Independence 

FIBLD SGaiS 

5 1 1 8, 48, 3 1 , 22, 26 yds,), Jess Atkinson vs. Tennessee, 1 983 Citrus 
4 (35, 27, 27, 43 yds,). Dale Castro vs. Florida, 1980 Tangerine 

LongGST FiGLO goal 

48 yards, Jess Atkinson vs. Tennessee, 1983 Citrus 
48 yards, Nick Novak vs. Tennessee, 2002 Peach 

punrins auGRanG 

53.0 (3 for 1 59 yds), Lynn Beightol vs. Oklahoma, 1 956 Orange 
52.4 (5 for 262 yds.), Mike Sochko vs. Houston, 1977 Cotton 

LGnnGST PGRT 

77 yards, Mike Sochko vs Houston, 1977 Cotton 

LGngGST KIGKDFF RGTURR 

80 yards. Tommy Neal vs. Tennessee, 1983 Citrus 

FUmGLB RGTURR FOR a TO 

8 yard return, Scott Tye vs. Syracuse, 1985 Cherry 

iniGRGGPTIOn RGTURR FOR a TO 

54 yard return, Curome Cox vs. Tennessee, 2002 Peach 



TBarnHBDOHOS 



FIRST DGiuns 

25, 1990 Independence (12 rush, 9 pass, 4 pen.) vs. Louisiana 
Tech 

FIRST GGiuns RUSHing 

1 4, 1 952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 

FIRST GOUIRS PaSSIRR 

1 2, 1 983 Citrus vs. Tennessee 

FGIllGST FIRST GOIURS 

9. 1 956 Orange vs. Oklahoma 

RUSHing yaRGS 

289 yards, 1 952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 

RUSHing ancmPTS 

54, 1 980 Tangerine (177 yards) vs. Florida 
54, 1 984 Sun (229 yards) vs. Tennessee 

RUSHing TuucHOGUins 

3, 1 950 Gator vs. Missouri 
3, 1 984 Sun vs. Tennessee 

3, 1990 Independence vs. Louisiana Tech 

FBlliGST RUSHing yaRGS 

68, 1982 Aloha vs. Washington 

passing yanos 

257 yards, 2002 Orange vs. Florida 

pass GomPLGTiGns 

23, 2002 Orange vs. Florida 

pass ancmPTS 

43, 1 978 Sun vs. Texas ( 1 7 completions) 

passing TOUGHOouins 

2, 1 982 Aloha vs Washington 
2, 1 985 Cherry vs. Syracuse 

2, 1990 Independence vs. Louisiana Tech 

FGUJGST passing yanos 

1 6, 1 950 Gator vs. Missouri 

TDTai yaRGS 

467, 1 985 Cherry vs Syracuse (244 rush, 223 pass) 

FBUIBST TGTaL UaRGS 

212, 1954 Orange vs Oklahoma 

pass inTGRGGPTIOnS 

4, 1952 Sugar vs Tennessee 

FUniBLGS LOST 

3, 1973 Peach vs. Georgia 

3. 1974 Liberty vs. Tennessee 

ponaiTU yaRos 

1 20 on 12 penalties, 1 952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 



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Rushing Records 


182 


Passinq Records 


186 


Total Offense Records 


189 


Receivinq Records 


190 


Scorinq Records 


193 


Punt Return Records 


196 


Kickoff Return Records 


198 


All^rpose Records 


200 


Puntinq Records 


201 


Defense Records 


202 


Team Records 


205 


Anendance Records 


206 


Year-by-Year Team Statistia 


207 


The Last Time 


209 







181 



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RusNng Records 

RUSHins anemPTS 

Career-807, UiMont Jordan, 1997-2000 



Season-334, Charlie Wysocki, 1 980 



Sr.-283, Steve Atkins, 1978 



Jr.-334, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 



SO.-247. Charlie Wysocki, 1979 



Fr.-1 59, LaMont Jordan, 1997 



So.-l,242, Bruce Perry, 2001 



Fr.-589, LaMont Jordan, 1997 



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Game-5Q, Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1980 

RusHing yaRDS 

Cafeer-4,147, LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 
Seaion-1,632, LaMont Jordan, 1999 

Sf.-1, 261, Steve Atkins, 1978 

Jr.- 1, 632, LaMont Jordan, 1999 



Ganie-306, LaMont Jordan vs. Virginia, 1999 

By Quarterback-139, Dennis O'Hara vs. Wake 
Forest, 1969 



RUSHins yaRDS pbr caRRy 

Caree r I min. 300 att.)-5 57, Ed Modzelevt^ski, 1949-51 
Career (min. 1 75 att.|-8 1 3, Chet Hanula k, 1951-53 



Season Imin. 200 att. 1-6 14 LaMont Jor dan, 1999 
Season (min. 100 att.|-7.38, Ed Modzelewski, 1951 
Season (min. 75 att.|-9.78, Chet Hanulak, 1953 

Sr.-9.78, Chet Hanulak, 1953 

Jr.-6.29, Chet Hanulak, 1952 

So.-5.93, Alvin Blount, 1 984 



Fr.-5,64, Steve Atkins, 1975 



Game (min. 10 att.)-15.0, Willie Joyner vs. No. Carolina, 
1982 

RUSHIR9 TOUGHDDUIRS 

Career-44, Rick Badaniek, 1 982-85 



Season- 16, LaMont Jordan, 1999 



Sr.-14, EdVereb, 1955 



Jr.-l 6, LaMont Jordan, 1999 



So.-IO, B r uce Perry, 2001 
Fr.-9 , Rick B a daniek, 1982 



Game-5, Bob Shemonski vs. Va. Tech, 1950 



loo-yaRD RusHina aames 

Career-18, LaMontJordan, 1997-2000 



Season-8, Charlie Wysocki, 1980, Steve Atkins, 1978 



Sr.-8, Steve Atkins, 1978 



Jr.-8, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 



S0.-5, BrucePerry, 2001. LaMontJordan, 1998; 

Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

Fr.-2, LaMontJordan, 1 997. Wayne Winqfield, 1979 



Consecutive-7, Steve Atkins, 1978 



ZDD yaRD RUSRina aames 

Career-3, Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 



Season-2, LaMontJordan, 1 999, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 



Consecutive-2, Charlie Wysocki, 1 979 



LDRSeST TO RUR 

98. Steve Atkins vs. Clemson, 1978 



LORSeST nOR SGDRIR9 RUR 

76, Harry Bonk vs. No. Carolina, 1948 



RusRiRS anemPTS - caRBBR 

1. LaMontJordan, 1997-2000 


807 


2. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 


769 


3. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 


625 


4. Louis Carter, 1972-74 


561 


5. Rick Badaniek, 1982-85 


521 


6. Billy Lovett, 1966-68 


452 


7. Willie Joyner, 1980-83 


437 


ArtSeymore, 1970-72 


437 


9. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 


426 


10. BrenLowery, 1986-89 


402 


11. Mark Mason, 1990-93 


379 


1 2. Buddy Rodqers, 1 994-97 


365 


13. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 


340 


14. Alvin Maddox, 1975-78 


339 


15. BrucePerry, 1999, 200 1 -present 


321 


Troy Jackson, 1988-91 


321 


17. Alvin Thomas, 1968-70 


304 


18. Richard Jenninqs, 1972-75 


275 


Jim Joyce, 1957-59 


275 


20. Brian Underwood, 1994-97 


273 


RUSHiRy anemPTs - sBasoR 

1. CharlieWysockilJr.L 1980 


334 


2. SteveAtkins (Sri, 1978 


283 


3. LaMontJordan IJrL 1999 


266 


4. Charlie Wysocki (So. L 1979 


247 


5. Louis Carter ISrI, 1974 


224 


6. ArtSeymore (So), 1970 


221 


7. Bruce Perry (Sol, 2001 


219 


8. Louis Carter (Jrl, 1973 


218 


9. Billy LoveniSrI, 1968 


217 


10. LaMontJordan ISr. 1,2000 


213 


11. Chris Downs (Srj, 2002 


208 


12. Willie Joyner (Sri 1983 


198 


13. Georqe Scott (So.), 1977 


188 


14. Tom Hickey (So,), 1964 


182 


15. Willie Joyner (Jrl, 1982 


177 


!6. Troy Jackson (Jrl, 1990 


176 


17. Rick Badaniek (Jr.), 1984 


173 


18. Alvin Blount (Jr), 1985 


171 


19. UMont Jordan LSo.J, 1998 


169 


20, Bren Loweiy (So.), 1987 


168 




RusBiRs anGRiPTS - eaniB 

1 . Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1 980 


50 


2. 


Georqe Scott vs. Wllanova, 1 977 


42 


3. 


Charlie Wysocki vs. Syracuse, 1981 


39 




Billy Lovett vs. So. Caralina, 1968 


39 


5. 


LaMont Jordan vs. Wrqinia, 1999 


37 


6. 


Charlie Wysocki vs. W Wrqinia, 1980 


35 




Georqe Scott vs. Richmond, 1977 


35 


8. 


Charlie Wysocki vs. Wrqinia. 1981 


33 




Len Chiaverini vs. So Carolina, 1962 


33 


10 


John Nash vs. Wake Forest, 1981 


32 




Charlie Wysocki vs. Clemson, 1979 


32 


RUSBIRR yaRDS - caRBBR 

1. LaMontJordan, 1997-2000 


4,147 


7 


Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 


3,317 


3, 


SteveAtkins. 1975-78 


2,971 


4. 


Rick Badaniek, 1982-85 


2,417 


5. 


Louis Carter, 1 972-74 


2,266 


6. 


Alvin Blount, 1 983-86 


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 


BrucePerry, 1999, 2001-Dresent 


1,778 


12 


ArtSeymore, 1970-72 


1,656 


13 


BrenLowery, 1986-89 


1.611 


14 


Alvin Maddox, 1975-78 


1,571 


15 


Chet Hanulak, 1951-53 


1,544 


16 


Buddy Rodoers. 1994-97 


1,488 


17 


Tommy Neal. 1 983-86 


1.375 


18 


RalDhFelton. 1951-53 


1,355 


19 


Richard Jenninqs, 1972-75 


1,308 


20 


George Scott 1976-77 


1,263 



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RUSHIRS yaRBS - SBaSBR 

1 LaMontJordan IJrL 1999 


1,632 


2 Charlie Wysocki (Jr), 1980 


1,359 


3 SteveAtkins ISr L 1978 


1,261 


4 Bruce Perry (So 1, 2001 


1,242 


5. Chris Downs (Sr), 2002 


1,154 





Ch3rlle Wysochi is Maryland s second all-time leader 
In nuhing attempts and rushing yards. 



6 


Charlie Wysocki (So 1, 1 979 


1,140 


7 


Willie JovnerUrl. 1982 


1.039 


8. 


Louis Carter ISr.l. 1974 


991 


9. 


BillvLoveniSrl, 1968 


963 


10. 


Art Seymone ISo), 1970 


945 


II. 


LaMontJordan (Sri, 2000 


920 


12 


Willie Joyner(Sr|, 1983 


908 


13. 


LaMontJordan ISo.l. 1998 


906 


14. 


Lu Gambino ISrj, 1947 


904 


IS. 


Georqe Scott ISo.l, 1977 


894 




Tom Hickev (So 1. 1964 


894 


17. 


Ed Modzelewsid ISrj, 1951 


834 


18. 


RickBadaniekjJrj. 1984 


832 


19 


Atvin Blount (Jrl, 1985 


828 


20. 


Louis Carter Url. 1973 


801 


RUSHins yaRDS - game 

1 . LdMoni Jordan vs. Virqinia, 1 999 


306 


2. 


Bruce Perry vs Wake Forest, 2001 


276 


3. 


Willie Jovner vs. No. Carolina, 1982 


240 


4. 


Georqe Scott vs. Villanova, 1977 


237 


5. 


LaMont Jordan vs Duke. 1999 


227 


6 


Charlie Wysocki vs. Louisville, 1979 


222 


7. 


Rick Badaniek vs Wrqinia, 1984 


217 


8. 


Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1980 


216 


9. 


Steve Atkins vs Syracuse, 1976 


215 


to. 


A^in Blount vs. Clemson, 1984 


214 


II. 


Louis Carter vs. Virqinia, 1974 


213 


12. 


Chris Downs vs. Georgia Tech, 2002 


212 


13. 


Charlie Wysocki vs. Virqinia, 1 979 


202 


14. 


Steve Atkins vs. Clemson, 1978 


197 


15. 


Alvin Blount vs. Virqinia, 1985 


186 




Ralph Felton vs. NC State, 1951 


186 


17 


Louis Carter vs. NC State, 1974 


180 


IB. 


Charlie Wysocki vs Clemson. 1979 


178 


19 


LaMontJordan vs. ClerTOon, 1999 


177 




Charlie Wysocki vs Villanova, 1 980 


177 



RIISHinH ilRROX PHR CaRRU - GRRUHR 

Minimum 17b Rushing Attempts 



12. Mark Mason. 1990-93 



4.77 



13. Richard Jennings, 1972-75 

M, Steve A tkins, 1975-78 

15 Tom Mill er 1969-71 

16 Georqe Scon, 1976-77 

L7, Jim Wilson, 1972-76 

L8. Rick Badanjek, 1 982-85 

19 AlvinMaddox, 1975-78 



4.76 



4.75 



4.74 



4.66 



4.67 



4.63 



John Nash. 1979-82 



4.63 




Chef The Jet" Hanulak holds the Maryland career 
and season marks for yards per carry. 

RusHina yaRDS pbr umm - season 

Minimum 75 Rushinp Attempts 



1. 


Chet Hanulak (Srl. 1953 


9.78 




Ed Modzelewski ISrl, 1951 


7.38 




Lu Gambino ISn, 1947 


7.23 




Chet Hanulak Url, 1952 


6.29 




LaMont Jordan (Jr.|. 1999 


6.14 




Alvin Blount ISo.l. 1984 


5.93 




Richard Jenninqs Urj. 1974 


5.88 




Willie Joyner Url, 1982 


5.87 




Ralph Felton (Sol, 1951 


5.84 


10. 


Steve Atkins (Sol, 1976 


5.75 


II. 


EdVereb(Sr|, 1955 


5.68 




Bruce Perry ISo.l, 2001 


5.67 




Steve Atkins (Frl, 1975 


5.64 




Ralph Felton (Srl, 1953 


5.56 




Chris Downs ISr 1,2002 


5,55 




BobShemonskiUrL 1950 


5.54 




Tommy Neal (So.l, 1984 


5.52 


18. 


Mark Mason ISo.l, 1991 


5.51 


19. 


Mari< Mason Url, 1992 


545 


20. 


LaMontJordan (Sol, 1998 


5.36 



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I 


Chet Hanulak. 1951-53 


8,13 


2, 


Ed Modzeiewski. 1949-51 


5.57 


3 


Bruce Perry, 1999, 2001-oreseni 


5.54 


4. 


Chris Downs. 2001-02 


5.49 


5. 


TommvNeal. 1983-86 


5.33 


6. 


Ralph Felton. 1951-53 


5.15 


7 


LaMontJordan, 1997-2000 


5.14 


8 


Alvin Blount, 1 983-86 


5.07 


9 


Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 


5.02 


10 


Willie Jovner 1980-83 


4.90 


II 


Allen Williams, 1993-94 


4.81 



RUSHina iiaRHS pbr caRRM - eame 

Minimum I U Rushing Attempts 

LWillie Joyner vs. No. Carolina, 1982 

l_ 
3. 



15.0 



_Ralph Felton vs,. NC State, 1951 



14,3 



Rick Badaniek vs. Virginia, 1984 



12.7 



Ted Kershner vs. NC Slate. 1956 



9.9 



Bob Shemonski vs. Georgetown. 1950 



JaMont Jordan ys, Duke, 1999 

Jd Modzeleyyski vs W Virqinia, 1951 



6^ 

8: Ed Modzelewski vs, G Washingt on, 1951 



9.6 
9.5 
9.4 



Bruce Perry vs. Wake Forest^ 2001 

10. LaMont Jordan vs. Western Carolina. 1999 



9.2 
9.2 
8.8 



RUSHina (ouGHDOujns - caReeR 

I. Rick Badanjek, 1 982-85 



4.64 f- 



2. LaMont Jordan, 1997 -2000 

3; Steve Atkins, 1975-78 . 

4^ Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 _ 
5. Louis Carter, 1972-74 



44 
36 
31 



6. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 


21 


7. Buddy Rodqers, 1994-97 


19 


8. Tommy Neal, 1983-86 


18 


EdVereb, 1953-55 


18 


Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 


18 


II. Chet Hanulak. 1951-53 


15 


12. Alvin Maddox. 1975-78 


14 


13. Chns Downs, 2001-02 


13 


JackScarbath, 1950-52 


13 


15. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 


12 


Lu Gambino, 194647 


12 



17. Bruce Perry, 1999, 2 01 -present 



Georqe Scott, 1976- 77 



Tim Wilson, 1972-76 



Dick Shiner, 1961-63 



Jim Joyce, 1957-59 



Ralph Felton, 1951-53 



EdFullerton, 1950-52 




Rick Badanjek boasts a Maryland-retord 44 career 
rushing touchdowns. 




LaMontJordan Charlie Wysocki Steve Atkins Rick Badanjek Louis Carter AMn Blount Willie Joyner Billy Lovett 

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KUSHine TflUGHDatuns - season 

1. LjMontJordan(Jr,|, 1999 


16 


2, Rick Badaniek (Jr. 1, 1984 


15 


Bob Shemonski (Jrl, 1950 


15 


4, Louis Carter (Jr.l, 1973 


14 


EdVereb(Sr), 1955 


14 


6. Chris Downs (Sr.|, 2002 


13 


7. RickBadanjek(Sr), 1985 


12 


8. UMontJordan(Sr), 2000 


11 


Charlie Wysocki (Jrl, 1980 


11 


Ed (VIodzelewski (Sr|, 1951 


11 


Lu Gambino (Sri, 1947 


11 


12, Bruce Perry (So,|, 2001 


10 


Marc Rilev(Sr.|, 2001 


10 


Steve Atkins (Sri, 1978 


10 


15. RickBadan|ek(Fr|, 1982 


9 


Steve Atkins (Jr I, 1977 


9 


17. JoshAllen(Fr), 2002 


8 


Tommy Neal (Sr|, 1986 


8 


Rick Badaniek (So.l, 1983 


8 


Charlie Wysocki (So.l, 1979 


8 


Jim Joyce (Sr|, 1959 


8 


RusHina TOUGHDDiuns - eame 

1 . Bob Shemonski vs. Va. Tech, 1950 


5 


2. Chris Downs vs. North Carolina, 2002 


4 


LaMont Jordan vs. Clemson, 1 999 


4 


Charlie Wysocki vs. Wrqinia, 1 98 1 


4 


5. Chris Downs vs. Georqia Tech, 2002 


3 


Bruce Perry vs. E. Michigan, 2001 


3 


LaMont Jordan vs. Middle Tennesse State, 2000 


3 


LaMont Jordan vs. Western Carolina, 1 999 


3 


Rick Badaniek vs. No. Carolina, 1984 


3 


Rick Badaniek vs. NC State, 1 984 


3 


John Nash vs. Wake Forest, 1982 


3 


Steve Atkins vs. Duke, 1978 


3 


Georqe Scott vs. Wllanova, 1 977 


3 


Steve Atkins vs. Duke, 1977 


3 


Steve Atkins vs. Syracuse, 1 977 


3 


Louis Carter vs. Clemson, 1973 


3 


Dennis O'Hara vs. Wake Forest, 1 969 


3 


Dennis Condie vs. Wrqinia, I960 


3 


Jim Joyce vs. Wrqinia, 1959 


3 


John Forbes vs. Miami, 1958 


3 




Steve Atkins rushed for 100 yards in a record 
seven consecutive games in 7 978. 




zoD yaRD RusHins sames - caRBBR 

1. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 3 



LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 



i players (last time: Chris Downs, 2001-02) 



zDO-yaRD RUSHina games 

1. LaMontJ o rdan (Jr.l, 1999 



season 



Charl i e Wysocki (So.l, 1979 



3. Chris Downs (Sr|, 2002 



Bruce Perry (So.l 2001 



Rick Badaniek (Jr I, 1984 



Alvin Blount (So. L IS 



Willie Joy ner (Jr.), 1982 



Charlie Wysocki (Jr.), 1980 



Georqe Scott (So.l, 1 977 



Steve Atkins (So.l, 1976 



Louis Carter (Sr I, 1974 



GonsecuTive zoo oaoo roshirb aames 

1. CharlieWysockKSo.), 1979 2 



100 yaoo RosHine yanies - caReeR 

1. LaMontJordan, 1997-2000 


18 


2. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 


17 


3. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 


15 


4. Louis Carter, 1 972-74 


7 


5. MarklWason, 1990-93 


6 


Willie Joyner 1980-83 


6 


7. Bruce Perry, 1999, 200 1 -present 


5 


Buddy Rodqers, 1994-97 


5 


John Nash, 1973-75 


5 


ArtSeymore, 1970-72 


5 


Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 


5 


Billy Lovett, 1966-68 


5 


100 yaRO ROSHina aames - season 

I. CharlieWysocki (Jrl, 1980 


8 


Steve Atkins (Sr.l, 1978 


8 


3. LaMontJordan (Jr), 1999 


7 


4. Bruce Perry (So.l 2001 


5 


LaMontJordan (So.l, 1998 


5 


Charlie Wysocki (So.l 1979 


5 


7. Chris Downs (Sr|, 2002 


4 


LaMontJordan (Sr), 2000 


4 


Charlie Wysocki (Sr|, 1981 


4 


John Nash (Jrl, 1981 


4 


Louis Carter (Sr), 1974 


4 


Art Seymore (Jr), 1970 


4 


Billy Lovett (Sr), 1968 


4 


Tom Hickey (So.), 1964 


4 


Ed Modzelewski (SrL 1951 


4 


16. Nine players (last time: Buddy Rodqers (So.), 1995) 


3 


consecuTiVB lOoyaRo RusHing aames 

1. SteveAtkins (SrL 1978 


7 


2. Bruce Perry (So.l 2001 


5 


3. Charlie Wysocki (JrL 1980 


4 


4. UMontJordan (Sri, 2000 


3 


LaMontJordan (Jr), 1999 


3 


LaMontJordan (So.l, 1998 


3 


CharlieWysockKSo.), 1979 


3 


Georqe Scott (Sol, 1977 


3 


SteveAtkins (So.l, 1976 


3 



Annual Leaders 



Year Player 



1947 Lu Gambino 



1976 



1990 



1991 



1997 



1998 
1999 
2000 
2001 



Hurbert Werner 



1949 Dick Modzelewski 



1950 Bob Shemonski 



1951 Ralph Felton 



1952 JackScarbath 



1953 Ralph Felton 



1966 Billy Lovett 



1967 Billy Lovett 



1968 Billy Lovett 



1969 Tom Miller 



1970 ArtSeymore 



1971 Monte Hinkle 



1972 Louis Carter 



1973 Louis Carter 



1 974 Louis Carter 



1975 SteveAtkins 



Alvin Maddox 



1977 Georqe Scott 



1978 SteveAtkins 



1979 Chariie Wysocki 



1 980 Charlie Wysocki 



1981 CharlieWysocki 



1982 Willie Joyner 



1983 Willie Joyner 



1 984 Rick Badanjek 



1 985 Alvin Blount 



1 986 Alvin Blount 



1 987 Bren Lowery 



1988 Ricky Johnson 



Bren Lowery 



Troy Jackson 



Mark Mason 



1992 Mark Mason 



1993 Mark Mason 

1994 Allen Williams 



1995 Buddy Rodqers 



1 996 Brian Underwood 



LaMont Jordan 



Bruce Perry 



2002 Chris Downs 



Carries-Yards 



125-904 



101-554 



120-589 



101-560 



83-485 



103-237 



100-558 



1954 


Ron Waller 


66-592 


1955 


Ed Vereb 


113-642 


1956 


Tom Selep 


62-315 


1957 


Ted Kershner 


41-227 


1958 


Jim Joyce 


97-406 


1959 


Jim Joyce 


137-567 


1960 


Pat Drass 


76-297 


1961 


Ernie Arizzi 


79-375 


1962 


Len Chiaverini 


156-602 


1963 


Jerry Fishman 


116-480 


1964 


Bo Hickey 


182-894 


1965 


Ernie Torain 


93-370 



98-451 



137499 



217-963 



169-629 



221-981 



117-472 



119474 



218-801 



224-991 



87491 



141-678 



1£ 



283-1,261 



247-1,140 



334-1,359 



159-715 



177-1,039 



198-908 



173-832 



171-828 



119-517 



168-556 



136-635 



100482 



1 76-662 



82452 



96-523 



158-616 



129-649 



158-718 



97449 



159-689 



LaMont Jordan 


169-906 


LaMont Jordan 


226-1,632 


LaMont Jordan 


213-920 



219-1,242 



208-1,154 




Ed Modielemslfi Marit Mason Bruce Perry Art Seymore Bren Lowery Alvin Maddox Chet Hanulak Buddy Rodgers 



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10D yaRD RusHina yames 



Name (Opponent, Date] 

LiMoni Jorilin (Virgini.i, 11 /20/991 



Bruce Perry |Wjkc Forest, 9/22/OiJ 

Willie Joyner (No Cjrolina, IO/30_/82J_ 

George Scon (VilMnova, I I/5/77J 

UMoni Jordan (Duke, I0/30/99J 



Charlie Wysockl (Louisville. 1 1/1 7/791 



Rick Badanjel c ( Virginia. 1 1/23/811 



2J6 Charlie Wysocl<i (Duke, 1 0/25/80L 
2J5 SjeveAlkins (Syracuse, 9/25/761 
21i^ /\lvin Blount [Clemson, 1 1 / 1 7/84L 
Loujs Carter [Virginia, 1 1/23/74) 



Chns.Dowris [Georgia Te ch, 10/17/02] 



Charlie Wysocki i Vrginia, 11/24/791 



Steve Atkins iCIc mson. 11/18/781 



Ralph Felton |NC Stal e, 11/17/51) 



/Mv in Blount [Virginia, 1 1/29/85) 
Louis Carter IN C State, 10/26/74) 



Charlie Wysoc ki (Cl e m s on, 9/15/791 
Charlie Wysocki (Villanova, 9/6/80) 
LaVont Jordan (Cle mson, 10/16/991 



Buddy Rodqers (Duke, 10/26/96) 



George Scott ( Virginia, 1 0/19/77) 



Billy Lovett (No. Carolina, 10/12/681 



Charlie Wysocki (Syracuse, 10/3/811 



George Scott (Richmond, 11/12/77) 



/\l Thomas (Duke, 10/18/69) 



Willie JoynerlVirqinIa, 11/20/82) 



LaMont Jordan (Florida State, 1 1/13/99) 



Steve /Wins (Richmon d, 9/11/76) 



Marii Mason (West Wrqinia, 9/19/92) 



LaMoni Jordan (West Vrqinia, 9/18/99) 



Mark Mason (NC Sta te, 9/ L2/92L 



Allen Wlliam s [West Virginia, 9/ 17/94) 
Steve /Wins [No. Carolina, 9/23/78) 



Frank Wycheck [Clemson, 11/14/92) 



Charlie Wysocki (Villanova, 9/8/79) 



Louis Carter (No, Carolina, 9/28/74) 



L aMont Jordan (Duke, 10/28/001 



Chns Downs (No. Carolina, 1 1/2/021 



fn Seymore [NC State, 1 0/24/70) 



Billy Lovett [S. Carolina, 10/19/68) 



Steve /Mkins (Kentucky, 9/30/78) 



Charlie Wysocki (Virginia. 11/21/81) 



Bruce Perry [West Virgin i a, 9/29/0 1 ) 



John Nash (Wake Forest, 10/16/82) 



Troy Jackson (Wake Forest, 1 0/ 1 3/901 



Ricky Jennings (Villanova, 11/9/74) 



Chariie Wysocki (Virginia, 1 1/22/801 



Chris Dovwis (Wofford, 9/28/02) 



Chariie Wysocki (Duke, 10/24/811 



Bruce Perry (Virginia, 1 0/6/01 ) 



Steve /\tkins [Wake Forest, 10/15/77) 



Bll^ Lovett (West Vrqinia, 10/15/661 



Bil^ Lovett (Duke, 10/15/681 



Rick Badanjek (NC State, 1 1/19/83) 



Dennis OHara (Wake Forest, 10/4/69) 



Chariie Wysocki [Miss. St., 9/22/79) 



Alvin Maddox [NC State, 10/9/76) 



LaMoni Jordan iTemple, 9/26/98) 



Ricky Jennings (Virginia, 11/22/75) 



Wayne Wingfield (Duke, 10/27/791 



John Nash (Wake Forest. 10/17/81) 



LaMont Jordan (No. Carolina. 1 1/7/98) 



LaMont Jordan had the single-greatest rushing day 
in Maryland history with 306 yards against Virginia 
in the 1 999 season finale. 

1 35 Monte HInkle [Florida, 1 0/23/7 1 ) 

1 35 Charlie Wysocki [Penn State, 10/11 /80| 

135 LaM ont Jordan (Temple, 9/27/97) 



133 Sieve Atkins (WestWrginia. 9/1 8/76) 



133 Bru ce Perry (Eastern Michigan, 9/8/0 1| 



LaMont Jordan [Western Carolina, 9/1 1/99) 



132 Jac k Scarbath IGeorqetown, 11/14 /50) 

J32 Chet Hanulak [Alab ama, 11/21/53) 

]32 Ed Vereb [Syra cuse. 11/22/55) 



132 Alyin Maddox [Cle mson, 11/13/761 



132 SteveAtkinsINC State, 10/7/78) 

132 Charjie Wysocki [NC S tate, 11/1/80) 

132 



131 



UM ont Jordan [Wake Forest, 10/17/981 
Ed Mo dzelewski ( West Virginia, 1 1/24/51) 



129 Ted Kershner [NC Sta te, 11/22/56) 

129 
129 



Tom Hickey [Wgin ia. 11/21/64) 



Alvin Maddox [Kent, 11/13/761 



Chariie Wysocki (West Vrqinia, 9/20/80) 



1 28 Tom Hickey [NC State, 1 0/3/64) 



LaMont Jordan (North Caroiina, 10/23/991 
Chariie Wysocki (Vandeft)ilt, 9/13/80) 



Wayne Wingfield [Wake Forest, 10/20/79) 



Ed Modzelewski [Geo. Washington, 10/6/51) 



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127 Ed Modzelewski (Navy, 10/10/51) 

127 Art Seymore (West Virginia, 1 1 728/70) 

127 Louis Carter (Clemson, 1 1/17/73) 

126 Tom Hickey (Wake Forest, 1 1 724/64) 

126 SteveAtkins (Virginia. 11/22/75) 

1 26 LaMont Jordan (NC State, 1 1 /8/97I 

125 Dwayne Fletcher (No Carolina, 10/17/59) 

1 25 Alvin Blount [West Virginia, 9/20/861 

1 24 Ed Modzelewski [Duke, 1 0/28/50) 

1 24 Tom Hickey (Penn State, 1 0/3 1 /64) 

1 24 George Scott (Virginia, 11/20/76) 

1 22 Ralph Donofrio (Clemson, 11/11/67) 

1 22 Tommy Neal (Duke, 1 0/27/841 

120 WllieJoyner(NC State, 11/19/831 

1 20 Harold Westley (Wake Forest 1 0/1 9/96) 

119 Len Chiavenni (S Carolina, 1 0/27/62) 

118 Tom Selep (Baylor, 10/6/561 

1 1 8 Monte Hinkle [Wake Forest, 1 0/2/7 1 ) 

118 Carl Shelton [Virginia, 11/20/711 

1 1 8 Steve Atkins (Louisville, 9/1 6/781 

118 Mari( Mason [Pittsburgh, 1 0/5/9 II 



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Allen Williams (Florida St., I l/6/9ij_ 
Art Seymore (Villanova, 9/1 2/70) 
Louis Carte r [VMI. 9/23/ 721 



Jamie Franklin [Cincinnati, 1I/8/7SI 



Josh Allen (West Virginia, 10/5/02L 

Ron W aller (Missouri, 11/25/54) 

SteveA tkins (Duke. 10/22/771 

Willie JoynerlVrginia. 10/1/83] 

Mar k Mason [Virginia, 1 1/17/90) 

Bruce Perry [North Carolina, 9/1/0!) 

Chet Hanulak [Georgia. 1 1 /1 1/52] 

Al Neville (Wake Forest, 10/7/72J 

Randall Jones [Duke, 11/14/981 



Jim Joyce [Texas, _9/26/_59i 



An Seymore INC State, 9/18/7 IJ 

Brian Under wood [Tem ple, 9/27/97) 



LaMon t Jordan [Florida S tate, 9/28/00 ) 



Chet Hanulak [Missoun, 9/19/53) 



Alvin Maddox (NC State, 10/1/771 



Willie Joyner [Syracus e, 10/8/ 83) 



Tommy Neal (Clemson, 1 1/1 7/84J_ 



Buddy Rodgers (West Vi rginia, 9/16/95) 



Mukala Sikyala (Wake For est, 10/21/00) 
Ralph Fe l to n [Auburn, 9/27/52) 



Ed Vereb [So, Carolina. 11/29/55) 



Billy Lovett [V ir ginia, 11/23/68] 



An Seymore [So. Carolina, 10/1 7/70) 



WillieJoynerlNC State, 9/25/82) 



1 1 Louis C arter [NC State. 1 0/1 3/7 3) 
1 1 Steve Atkins [Tulane, 9/9/78) 



1 10 John Nash (No Carolina, 10/31/811 
1 09 Bob Shemonski (Virginia Tech . 1 2 /2/50] 
1 9 Jerry Fishman (Wake, 1 0/26/6 31 



1 08 Dennis Condie (SMU, 9/23/6 1 ] 



1 07 Ed Fullenon [Navy, 1 0/1 8/52] 



1 07 Chet Hanu la k IGeorqia, 1 0/1 0/53) 
1 07 Buddy Rodqers [Tulane, 9/2/95) 



1 06 Chariie Wysocki (Clemson, 1 1 / 1 5/80) 

1 06 Buddy Rodqers (Wake Forest, 1 0/1 9/96) 

105 Ricky Jennings [Duke, 1 1/16/74) 

1 05 Jamie Franklin (Virginia, 1 1 /22/75) 

1 05 Tim W ilson [Villanova, 1 0/2/76] 

105 



Rick Jo hnson [Duke, 10/22/88] 



105 Shaun Hill [Duk e , 10/20/01) 



1 04 Steve Atkins [Wake Forest, 1 0/2 1 /78I 

1 04 Tim Whittle (Duke, 10/27/79] 

104 John Nash [NC State. 9/26/81) 

1 04 Rick Badanjek (Wake Forest, 9/29/84] 

1 04 Alvin Blo unt (Virgini a, 11/24/84] 

1 04 Bren Lowery (Virginia. 11/28/86) 

1 03 Bob Shemonski (Virginia Tech, 1 2/2/50) 

1 03 John Nash (Virginia, 11/21/81) 

1 03 Mark Mason (Va. Tech, 9/25/93) 

1 03 Allen Williams [Georgia Tech, 1 0/22/94] 

1 03 Buddy Rodgers (Duke. 9/23/95] 

1 02 Ed Modzelewski (Missouri, 1 1 /3/5 1 ] 

102 Dick Bielski (No. Carolina. 10/16/54) 

1 02 Steve Atkins (Syracuse, 1 0/1 4/78) 

102 Tim OHare [Virginia, 1 1/1 1/78) 

1 02 Marie Mason (Penn State, 9/26/92) 

1 02 Frank Wycheck (No. Carolina, 1 0/3 1 /92) 

1 02 Louis Carter [Penn St., 1 1 /2/74) 

1 02 LaMont Jordan (Georgia Tech, 1 0/3 1 /98) 

101 Tom Miller [Duke. 10/18/69) 

101 Tom Miller [VML 10/30/71] 

101 LaMontJordan(NC State, 11/4/00] 

101 LaMont Jordan (No, Carolina, 1 1/1 1/00) 

1 00 Allen Williams (Tulane, 1 0/29/94] 

1 00 Chariie Wysocki [Vandert)ilc 9/1 2/8 II 




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Passing Records 

passing anemPTS 

Career-982, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Seaion-482. John K aleo, 1992 



Sr.-482. J ohn Kaleo, 1992 



Jf.-353, Dan Henninq, 1986 



SO.-431, Scon Milanovich, 1993 



Fr.-1 79, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Game-62, Scott Milanovich vs. Florida St., 1995 

passine ODrnPLeTions 

Career-650, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 

Season-286, John Kaleo, 1992 

$r.-286, John Kaleo, 1992 



Jr.-229, Scott Milanovich, 1994 



SO.-279, Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Fr.-93, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Game-46, Scott Milanovich vs. Florida St., 1995 

passing yaRoage 

Careef-7,301, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-3,499, Sc ott Milan ovi ch, 1993 



Sr.-3,392, J ohn Kaleo. 1 992 



Jf.-2,725, Dan Henninq. 1986 



S0.-3, 499, Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Fr.-1,264, Calvin McCall. 1999 



Game-498, Scott Milanovich vs. Va. Tech, 1993 



passing GomPLBTmn PBRcenTage 

Career (min. 200 att.)- 662, Scott Milanovich |650 of 
982), 1992-95 



Season (mjn. 125 att.J 

3331, 1994 



-.688, Scott Milanovich (229 of 



Sr.-.665, Scott Milanovich (125 of 1881, 1995 
Jr.-.688, Scon Milanovich (229 of 333), 1994 
SO.-.647, Scon Milanovich (279 of 43 1 1, 1 993 
Fr.-.520, Calvin McCall (93 of 179). 1999 
Game (min. 10 att.)-.909. Bob Avellini (10 of 1 1) vs. 
Duke, 1974 

passing eFFiGiencg naring poinrs 

C areer (m in. 200 att.)-l 40.06, Frank Reich, 1982-54 
Season |mm. 125 att.|-147 43, Frank Reich, 1984 



Sr.-147.43, Frank Reich, 1984 



Jr.-143.57, Scon Milanovich, 1994 



So.-144.48, Scon Milanovich, 1993 



Fr.-l 17. 10, Calvin McCall, 1999 



passing TOUCHDOuins 

Career-49, Scon Milanovich, 1992-95 



Season-26, Scon Milanovich, 1 993 



Sr.-1 7, John Kaleo, 1992 



Jr.-20, Scon Milanovich, 1 994 



SO.-26, Scon Milanovich, 1993 



Fr.-5, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Game-5, Scort Milanovich vs. NC State, 1994, Scon 

Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1 993; Scort Milanovich vs. 
W. Virginia, 1 993, Scort Milanovich vs. No. Carolina, 
1 993; John Kaleo vs. Clemson, 1 992 



uoD-yaRO passing games 

Career-5, Scort Milanovich, 1992-95 



Season-5, Scort Milanovich, 1 993 



Consecutive-3, Scort Milanovich, 1 993 



son-yann passing games 

Career- 10, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 



Season-5, Scort Milanovich, 1993 



Consecutive-3, Scort Milanovich, 1 993 



passing inTGRcePTions 

Cafeer-35, Scon Milanovich, 1992-95; DickShinec 1961-63 



Season-22, John Kaleo, 1992 



LnngesT TDUCHnomn pass 

92, Stan Lavine to Ed Bolton vs. So. Carolina, 1 949 



LnnnesT non scnning pass 

76, Scott Milanovich to Jermaine Lewis vs. W Virqinia. 1 993 



passing anemPTS - caReeR 

1. Scort Milanovich. 1992-95 

2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 

3. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 



4. 


Dan Henninq, 1985-87 


641 


5. 


Brian Cumminqs, 1 994-97 


594 


6. 


John Kaleo, 1991-92 


537 


7. 


Dick Shiner. 1961-63 


536 



8. Scott Zolak. 1988-90 



Shaun Hill, 2000-01 



10. Stan Gel bauqh, 1981-85 



11. Al Neville. 1971-73 



12. Bob Avellini, 1972-74 



13. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 



14. Alan Past r ana, 1965-68 



15. MikeTic e, 1977-80 



16. Jim Sandwisch, 1988-91 



17. Phil Petty, 1964-66 



18. LiirryD ick, 1973-77 



19. JeffShu qars, 1969-70 



20. MarkMa nqes, 1974-77 



passing anemPTS - season 

1. John K aleo (Sr). 1992 

2. Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 

3. Scott Z oi ak(Srl, 199 

4. Dan H e nninq (Jr.), 1986 

5. Scott M ilanov ich (Jr.). 1994 

6. Sh aun Hill ( Srj, 2001 . 

7. Boomer Esiaso n (Jr.), 1982 



8. Stan Gelbauq h (S t), 1985 

9. Bo omer Esiason (Sr), 19i3 

10. Jim Sand wisch (S r). 1911 
M,_PanHenning(Sr). 1987_ 
12. SconMcBrien^JJr), 2002_ 




[186) '3. NeilO'DonnelllSr. ), 1989 



14. Nell O'Donnell (Jr.), I98S 



294_ 
291 
287 
284 
280 



267 



2001 ACC CHAMPIONS 



5rort Milanovich holds or shares 31 Maryland 
passing records, including career marks for 
attempts, completions, yards and completion 
percentage. 

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15. Brian Cumminqs (Srj, 1997 


255 


16. Boomer Esiason (So), 1981 


242 


17. Dick Shiner (Sr), 1963 


222 


18. Al Neville (So.), 1971 


204 


19. Dick Shiner (Jr), 1962 


203 


20. Calvin McCall jSo.), 2000 


199 


passing anemPTS - game 

1 . Scott Milanovich vs. Florida St., 1 995 


62 


2. John Kaleo vs. No. Carolina. 1 992 


58 


3. Scott Milanovich vs. Va. Tech, 1 993 


57 


4. JohnKaleovsNC State, 1992 


56 


5. Scort Milanovich vs. Wake Forest. 1 993 


55 


6. Scort Milanovich vs. W Wrqinia, 1 993 


54 


Dan Henninq vs. NC State, 1986 


54 


8. Scort Milanovich vs. Ga. Tech, 1 995 


51 


Scon Milanovich vs. Virqinia, 1 994 


51 


10. Scort Milanovich vs. No. Carolina, 1993 


50 


passing comPLBTions - caReoR 

1 Scort Milanovich, 1992-95 


650 


2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 


461 


3. Neil ODonnell, 1987-89 


387 


4. Dan Henninq, 1985-87 


353 


5. Brian Cumminqs, 1 994-97 


344 


6. John Kaleo, 1991-92 


305 


7. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 


287 


8. Shaun Hill, 2000-01 


270 


Scon Zolak, 1988-90 


270 


10 Stan Gelbauqh, 1981-85 


251 


II. Bob Avellini, 1972-74 


231 


12. Al Neville. 1971-73 


217 


13. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 


198 


14. Alan Pastrana. 1965-68 


IS3 


15. Urrv Dick. 1973-77 


180 


16. MikeTice, 1977-80 


166 


17. Scon McBrien, 2002-piesem 


162 



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CaRBOR 



Boomer Esiason is setond to Scott Milanovich in 
career passing yards, completions and attempts. 

18. Mark Manges. 1974-77 155_ 



19. Jim Sandwisch. 1988-91 




154 


20. Phil Petrv, 1964-66 




141 


passing GomPLBTions 

1. John KaleolSr.), 1992 


- season 


286 


2. Scott Milanovich ISO. 1, 1993 




279 


3. Scott Milanovich (Jr.l, 1994 




229 


4. Scott ZolaklSr.l, 1990 




225 


5. Shaun Hill (Sr), 2001 




197 


5. DanHenninqUt), 1986 




196 


7. Boomer EsiasonUn. 1982 




176 


8. Stan GeltMuqhISr), 1985 




166 


9. Boomer EsiasonlSrl, 1983 




163 


10. Scott McBnenjJr. 1,2002 




162 


II. Neil ODonnell (Jr.l, 1988 




160 


12. Dan Henninq ISr), 1987 




157 


13. NalODonnelMSr.j, 1989 




156 


14. BnanCumminqslSr.l, 1997 




154 


15. Jim Sanctwisch (Sri, 1991 




142 


16. Scott Milanovich (Sr), 1995 




125 


17. BoomerEsiason(So.), 1981 




122 


18. Dick Shiner Un, 1962 




121 


19. BobAvellini(Sr|, 1974 




112 


20. Dick Shiner (Sr), 1963 




108 


Frank Reich (Srj, 1984 




108 


passiHG comPLGTions - 

1 . Scott Milanovich vs Flonda St 


- same 

, 1995 


46 


2. Scon Milanovich vs Wake Forest. 1 993 


37 


3. Scon Milanovich vs Syracuse, 


1994 


35 


Scott Milanovich vs W Virqinia, 1 993 


35 


5. Scon Milanovich vs. No. Carolina, 1 993 


34 


6. Scon Milanovich vs *&ke Forest, 1 995 


32 


Scon Milanovich vs. Wrqinia, 1 


994 


32 


Scon Milanovich vs NC State, 


1994 


32 


John Kaleo vs Virqinia, 1992 




32 


10. John Kaleo vs. No. Carolina, 1992 


31 



1. Scon Milanovich, 1992-95 


7,301 


2. Boomer Esiason. 1981-83 


6.259 


3. Nell ODonnell, 1987-89 


4.989 


4. Dan Henninq, 1985-87 


4.560 


5. Brian Cumminqs, 1994-97 


4.080 


6 John Kaleo 1991-92 


3.660 


7 Stan Gelbauqh 1981-85 


3,659 


8. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 


3.410 


9, BobAvellini, 1972-74 


3.222 


10. Shaun Hill, 2000-01 


3.159 


11, SconZolak, 1988-90 


3,124 


12. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 


2.797 


13. LarrvDick, 1973-77 


2.601 


14. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 


2.552 


15. Scon McBrien. 2002-Dresent 


2.497 


16, Al Neville, 1971-73 


2.493 


17. Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 


2.287 


18. MarkManoes, 1974-77 


2.147 


19 Mike lice, 1977-80 


2.052 


20. Frank Reich, 1982-84 


1,704 


passing yanos - SBason 

1. Scon Milanovich (Sal, 1993 


3,499 


2 John Kaleo (Sri, 1992 


3.392 


3 Dan Henninq (Jrj, 1986 


2.725 


4 Scon Zo[ak(Sr.|, 1990 


2.589 


5, Scon McBrien (Jr), 2002 


2.497 


6. Stan Gelbauqh (Sri, 1985 


2,475 


7. Scon Milanovich (Jr), 1994 


2.394 


8. Shaun Hill (Sr 1,2001 


2,380 


9. Boomer Esiason (Sr), 1983 


2,322 


10. Boomer Esiason (Jr.), 1982 


2,302 


11. Neil ODonnell (Sr), 1989 


2,103 


12. Neil ODonnell Prj, 1988 


1,973 


13. Dan Henninq (Sr), 1987 


1.835 


14. Brian Cumminqs (Sr), 1997 


1,760 


15, BobAvellini (Sr), 1974 


1.648 


16. Boomer Esiason (So), 198! 


1.635 


17. Calvin McCall (So), 2000 


1,533 


18. Jim Sandwisch (Sr), 1991 


1.499 


Alan Pastrana IJrl, 1966 


1,499 


20. Frank Reich ISrI, 1984 


1.446 


passing yaRos - game 

1 . Scon Milanovich vs. Va. Tech, 1 993 


498 


2. Scon Milanovich vs. W Wrqinia, 1 993 


451 


3. JohnKaleovs. Clemson, 1992 


418 


4. Scon Milanovich vs. Wake Forest 1 993 


416 


5. John Kaleo vs. Pittsburqh, 1 992 


415 


6. Scon Milanovich vs Duke, 1 993 


414 


7. Scon Milanovich vs. No Carolina, 1993 


405 


John Kaleo vs Wake Forest, 1992 


405 


9 Scon Milanovich vs. Flonda St., 1 995 


380 


10. John Kaleo vs. Duke, 1992 


378 


uoo gann passing games - 

1. Scon Milanovich, 1992-95 


GaneeR 

5 


2. John Kaleo, 1991-92 


3 


uoo-gann passing games - 

1. Scon Milanovich (So), 1993 


season 

5 


2. John KaleolSr), 1992 


3 



: aunm meam 


3B0 gaRo passing gamos 

1. Scon Milanovich 1992-95 


- CaRBBR 

10 


2, Dan Henninq, 1985-87 


5 


3. John Kaleo, 1991-92 


4 


4. Stan Gelbauqh 1981-85 


3 


5. SconZolak, 1988-90 


2 


BobAvellini, 1972-74 


2 


300 yaRo passioo games - 

I Scott Milanovich (Sol, 1993 


- season 

5 


2. John Kaleo (Sri, 1992) 


4 


Dan Henninq (Jr), 1986 


4 


4. Scon Milanovich (Jr), 1994 


3 


5. Scon Milanovich ISr), 1995 


2 


Stan Gelbauqh (Sr), 1985 


2 


passing compLBTion pct 

Minimum 200 Pxsina Attempts 


- CaRBBR 


I. Scon Milanovich, 1992-95 


.662 


2. Frank Reich, 1982-84 


.629 


3. Shaun Hill, 2000-01 


.593 


4. LarrvDick, 1975-77 


5882 


5. Neil ODonnell, 1987-89 


.5881 


6. BobAvellini, 1972-74 


.586 


7. Dale Benv, 1958-60 


.583 


8. Brian Cumminqs, 1994-97 


.579 


9. Scon McBrien, 2002 


.570 


10. John Kaleo, 1991-92 


.568 


11. Stan Gelbauqh, 1981-85 


.553 


12. Dan Henninq, 1985-87 


.551 


13. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 


.542 


14. MarkManqes, 1974-77 


.5400 


15. Al Neville, 1971-73 


.5398 


16. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 


.535 


17. SconZolak, 1988-90 


.530 


18. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 


524 


19. Richard Novak, 1959-61 


.5023 


20. MikeTice, 1977-80 


.5015 


passing comPLeTion pct. 

Minimum 1 25 Passinp Attempts 


- season 


I. Scon Milanovich (Jr), 1994 


.688 


2. Scon Milanovich (Sr), 1995 


.665 


3. Scon Milanovich (So.), 1993 


.647 


4, Frank Reich (Sri, 1984 


.639 


5. Dale Bettv (Sri, 1960 


.621 


6, LarrvDick (Sr), 1977 


.615 


7. Bnan Cumminqs (Sr), 1997 


.604 


8. Neil ODonnell un, 1988 


.5992 


9. Shaun Hill (Sri, 2001 


.5987 


10. Dick Shiner (Jr), 1962 


.596 


11. John Kaleo (Sr), 1992 


.5933 


12. BobAvellini (Sr), 1974 


.5926 


13. Brian Cumminqs (So.L 1995 


.590 


14 Stan Gelbauqh (Jr), 1984 


586 


15 Mark Manqes iJc), 1976 


.583 


16. BobAvellini (So.l, 1972 


576 


17. Scon McBrien Url. 2002 


.570 


Larrv Dick ISO), 1975 


.570 


19. Boomer Esiason (Jr), 1982 


.561 


20. Neil ODonnell (Sf.|. 1989 


.557 




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^ass GomPLBTion pot. - eame 

Minimum 1 Passing Attempts 




_ 
1 


. BobAvellini(IO-lI|vs. Duke, 1974 


.909 


2. Scott Milanovich (32-37) vs. NC State, 1 994 


.865 


3. Scott (Wilanovich (20-241 vs. NC State, 1995 


.833 


Brian Cumminqs (10-121 vs. Tulane, 1995 


.833 


Scott Milanovich ( 1 0- 1 2) vs. Wake Forest 1 994 .833 


i. Scott IVIilanovich (29-36) vs. Duke, 1993 


.806 


1. Scott /Vlilanovich (22-28) vs. NC State, 1 993 


.786 


3. Scott Zolak ( H-1 81 vs. Wake Forest 1 990 


.777 


Dick Shiner (14-18) vs. No. Carolina, 1962 


.777 


0. Scott McBnen (16-21) vs. Duke, 2002 


.762 


pass BFFiGiency RaTina - caRBGR 

Wnimum 200 Passing Attempts, Two Seasons 


. Frank Reich, 1982-84 


140.06 


t 

I 

I 


'. Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 


139.12 


. Scon (Wilanovich, 1992-95 


137.98 


1. liirrv Dick, 1975-77 


135.09 


. Stan Gelbauqh, 1981-85 


129.59 


. Neil ODonnell, 1987-89 


129.16 


, BobAvellini, 1972-74 




1 

i 

c 

i 

'\ 
\ 
1 

2 

F 

^ 

1 

2 

3 
1 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
1 
1 


127.19 


. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 


126.04 


. Shaun Hill, 2000-01 


125.73 


0. Hdark (Vlanqes, 1974-77 


124.34 


1. Brian Cumminqs, 1994-97 


121.43 


2. DaleBettv, 1958-60 


120.46 


3. Dan Henninq, 1985-87 


120.01 


4. Calvin IVlcCall, 1999-2000 


117.18 


5. Alan Pastrana, 1 965-68 


115.33 


6. John Kaleo, 1991-92 


115.05 


7. Al Neville, 1971-73 


108.09 


8. Dick Shiner 1961-63 


106.85 


9, MikeTice, 1977-80 


104.73 


0, Scott Zolak, 1988-90 


103.34 


'ass eFFiGiGncy Rarina - season 

/linimum ] 25 Passing Attempts 




. Frank Reich (Sr), 1984 


147.43 


. Scott(\/1ilanovich(So.l, 1993 


144.48 


. Scott Milanovich IJrl, 1994 


143.57 


. Mark Manqes(Jr), 1976 


142.07 


. Scott McBrien (Jr|, 2002 


141.28 


. LarrvDick(Sr), 1977 


139.99 


. BobAvellini (Sr), 1974 


138.38 


. Stan Gelbauqh (Jrj, 1984 


135.96 


. Larrv Dick (So), 1975 


134.41 


0. Boomer Esiason (Sri, 1983 


133.18 


1. Alan Pastrana (Jr), 1966 


131.29 




12. Boomer EsiasonlJrl, 1982 


130.18 


13. Neil O'Donnell (Jr.l, 1988 


128.59 


14. ShaunHilllSr 1,2001 


128.21 


15. Dan Henninq (Jr.l, 1986 


128.16 




1 
1 


6. Neil O'Donnell (Sri, 1989 


127.73 


7. Stan Gelbauqh (Sr), 1985 


127.14 


1 
1 


8. Brian Cumminqs (Sri, 1997 


126.60 


9. Brian Cumminqs (So.), 1995 


124.53 




20. John Kaleo ISrI. 1992 


120.96 




passina TOUGHOOiuns — caRGOR 

1. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 


49 


2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 


42 


3. Nell O'Donnell, 1987-89 


26 


4. Dan Henninq, 1985-87 


24 


5. Alan Pastrana, 1 965-68 


23 


6. Brian Cumminqs, 1994-97 


22 


Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 


22 


8. Dick Shiner 1961-63 


21 


9. Stan Gelbauqh, 1981-85 


20 


10. Shaun Hill, 2000-01 


19 


11. John Kaleo, 1991-92 


18 


12. Al Neville, 1971-73 


17 


13. WcTuryn, 194748 


16 


14, Scott McBnen, 2002-present 


15 


MarkManqes, 1974-77 


15 


BobAvellini, 1972-74 


15 


DaleBettv, 1958-60 


15 


18. Larrv Dick, 1973-77 


13 


19. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 


12 


20. MikeTice. 1977-80 


11 


passing TOGGHGDiuns - season 

I. Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 


26 


2, Scott Milanovich (Jr), 1994 


20 


3. Boomer Esiason (Jt|, 1982 


18 


4. John Kaleo (Sr|, 1992 


17 


Alan Pastrana (Jr|, 1966 


17 


6. Scott McBrien (Jr), 2002 


15 


Dan Henninq (Jr), 1986 


15 


Stan Gelbauqh (Sr|, 1985 


15 


Boomer Esiason (Sr), 1983 


15 


10. Shaun Hill (Sr), 2001 


13 


11. Neil O'Donnell (Jr), 1988 


12 


12. MarkManqes(Jr), 1976 


11 


13. Brian Cumminqs (Sr), 1997 


10 


Scott Zolak (Sr), 1990 


10 


Nell ODonnell (Sr), 1989 


10 


Al Neville (So.l, 1971 


10 


Dick Shiner (Sr), 1963 


10 


Jack Scarbath (Sr), 1952 


10 


WcTurvnlSrl, 1948 


10 


20. Dan Henninq (Sr|, 1987 


9 


Frank Reich (Sr), 1984 


9 


Boomer Esiason (So.), 1981 


9 


passing TOGGHODiuns - eame 

1 . Scott Milanovich vs. NC State, 1 994 


5 


Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1993 


5 


Scott Milanovich vs. W Virginia, 1 993 


5 


Scott Milanovich vs. No, Carolina, 1993 


5 


John Kaleo vs. Clemson, 1 992 


5 


6. Scott Milanovich vs. Ga. Tech, 1 994 


4 


Scon Milanovich vs. Va. Tech, 1993 


4 


Mark Manqes vs. Villanova, 1975 


4 


9. 15 times 


3 


(last time: Scott McBrien vs. Clemson, 20021 



Annual Leaders 

Year Player A 

1 947 Vic Turvn 59 


C 
32 


Ydj. 

504 


ID 

6 


1948 


Vic Turvn 


in 


45 


595 


10 


1949 


Stan Lavine 


65 


35 


554 


6 


1950 


Jack Scarbath 


80 


32 


463 


4 


1951 


Jack Scarbath 


67 


34 


675 


8 


1952 


Jack Scarbath 


113 


59 


1,149 


10 


1953 


Bernie Falonev 


68 


31 


599 


5 


1954 


Charlie Boxold 


59 


23 


525 


6 


1955 


Frank Tamburello 


58 


28 


497 


4 


1956 


John Fritsch 


52 


23 


219 





1957 


Bob Rusevlyan 


58 


26 


297 


3 


1958 


Bob Rusevlyan 


109 


59 


657 


2 


1959 


Dale Bettv 


76 


39 


552 


9 


1960 


Dale Bettv 


132 


82 


796 


6 


1961 


Dick Shiner 


111 


58 


921 


7 


1962 


Dick Shiner 


203 


121 


1,324 


4 


1963 


Dick Shiner 


222 


108 


1,165 


10 


1964 


Phil Petrv 


162 


73 


809 


5 


1965 


Phil Petrv 


135 


65 


763 


3 


1966 


Alan Pastrana 


195 


102 


1,499 


17 


1967 


Chuck Drimal 


123 


54 


669 


I 


1968 


Alan Pastrana 


172 


81 


1,053 


6 


1969 


JeffShuqars 


114 


47 


716 


3 


1970 


Jeff Shuqars 


175 


75 


836 


3 


1971 


Al Neville 


204 


107 


1,275 


10 


1972 


Bob Avellini 


170 


98 


1,251 


7 


1973 


Al Neville 


92 


51 


554 


4 


1974 


Bob Avellini 


189 


112 


1,648 


7 


1975 


Larrv Dick 


158 


90 


1,190 


8 


1976 


Mark Manqes 


139 


81 


1,145 


11 


1977 


Larrv Dick 


135 


83 


1,351 


5 


1978 


Tim O'Hare 


192 


105 


1,388 


4 


1979 


Mike Tice 


154 


75 


897 


5 


1980 


Mike Tlce 


140 


71 


928 


5 


1981 


Boomer Esiason 


242 


122 


1,635 


9 


1982 


Boomer Esiason 


314 


176 


2,302 


18 


1983 


Boomer Esiason 


294 


163 


2,322 


15 


1984 


Frank Reich 


169 


108 


1,446 


9 


1985 


Stan Gelbauqh 


311 


166 


2,475 


15 


1986 


Dan Henninq 


353 


196 


2,725 


15 


1987 


Dan Henninq 


287 


157 


1,835 


9 


1988 


Neil ODonnell 


267 


160 


1,973 


12 


1989 


Neil ODonnell 


280 


156 


2,103 


10 


1990 


Scon Zolak 


418 


225 


2,589 


10 


1991 


Jim Sandwisch 


291 


142 


1,499 


6 


1992 


John Kaleo 


482 


286 


3,392 


17 


1993 


Scott Milanovich 


431 


279 


3,499 


26 


1994 


Scott Milanovich 


333 


229 


2,394 


20 


1995 


Brian Cumminqs 


166 


98 


1,193 


8 


1996 


Brian Cumminqs 


173 


92 


1,127 


7 


1997 


Brian Cumminqs 


255 


154 


1,760 


10 


1998 


Ken Mastrole 


131 


59 


632 


1 


1999 


Calvin McCa(( 


179 


93 


1,264 


5 


2000 


Calvin McCall 


199 


105 


1,533 


5 


2001 


Shaun Hill 


329 


197 


2,380 


13 


2002 


Scott McBrien 


284 


162 


2,497 


15 


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aLLTim RBBom 



TOTaL DFFGnSG 



Total Offense Records 

iDiaiDFHJiisupiays 

Career- 1 150 Scoli Milanovich, 1992-95 


TDTai OFFBHSB ySROS 

Career-7, 111, Scott Milanovich, 1 992-95 
Season-3,472, John Kaleo, 1992 


TOUGHDOUinS RCSPOnSIBLe FOR 

Career-53, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 


5eason-S88. John Kaleo. 1992 
Sr.-S88 JohnK<ileo. 1992 
Jr.-418 DanHennina. 1986 
$0.-522. Scott Milanovich. 1993 
Fr.-258 Calvin McCall, 1999 


Seaion-29, Scott Milanovich, 1993 


Sr.-3,472. John Kaleo, 1992 
Jr.-2.78l, Scott McBnen, 2002 
So.-3,437, Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Fr.-1,520, Calvin McCall, 1999 


Sr.-22, John Kaleo, 1 992 
Jr.-22, Scott McBnen, 2002 
$0.-29, Scott Milanovich, 1993 


Fr.-9, Rick Badaniek, 1982 









TOTai OFFBHSB PLaUS 

1. Scott Milanovich, I9?2i?5 

2. B oomer Esiason, 1 981-83 _ 

3. Neil ODonnell. 1987-69 



CaRBBR 



4. Brian CutnminQS, 1994-97 



S. UMont Jordan. 1997-2000 



6. DicR Shiner, 1961-63 



7. OiartieWysocki. 1978^1 



8. Dan Henninq. 1985-87 



9. John Kaleo, 1991-92 



6. Scott Milanovich Ur.|, 1994 



7. Scott McBrien (Jr.), 2002 



8. Boom erEsiasonlJrl, 1982 

9. Neil O'DonnellUn, 1988 



10. NeilOD onnelKSrj, 1989 



II. Bnan Cumminqs ISr.l, 1997 



12. Jim Sandwi sch |Sr.), 1991 



13. Stan Gelbauqh ISrI, 1985 



14. Boomer Biason (Sr), 1983 



15. Dan Henninq (Sr.l, 1987 



16. Charlie WysocfaUrj, 1980 



17. Dick Shiner (Sr.j, 1963 



18. Boomer Esiason ISo.j, 1981 



19. Dick Shiner Url, 1962 



20. Ala n PastranajJr.], J966_ 



2. Boomer Esiason. 1981-83 



3. Neil ODonnell, 1987-89 



Dan Henninq, 1985-87 



5. LaMont Jordan. 1997-2000 



6. Brian Cumminqs, 1994-97 



7. John Kaleo, 1991-92 



8. Dick Shiner 1961-63 



9. Stan GellMuqh. 1981-85 



10. Shaun Hill, 2000-01 



II. Charlie Wysodd, 1978^1 



1,150 



.006 



854 



849 
818 
790 



769 
759 
655 



10. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 


625 


II. Shaun Hill, 2000-01 


615 


12. Scon Zolak. 1988-90 


588 


13. Louis Carter, 1972-74 


586 


14, Al Neville, 1971-73 


566 


IS. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 


521 


Marie Manqes, 1974-77 


521 


17. Alan Pastrana. 1965-68 


510 


18. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 


509 


19. Stan GeltMuqh, 1981-85 


504 


20. MikeTice, 1977-80 


503 


TOTaL DFFense Piays - season 

1. John Kaleo (Sr|, 1992 


588 


2. Scott Milanovich |So 1, 1993 


522 


3. ScottZolakiSrl, 1990 


482 


4. Shaun Hill ISrI, 2001 


445 


5. Dan Henninq Url, 1986 


418 



383 
372 
369 
361 
357 
355 
354 
349 
341 
340 
334 
314 
296 
292 
287 



TOTaL OFFonsB yaoos - caRBOR 

I. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 7,111 



6,081 



5,060 



4,463 



4,284 



3,889 



3,686 



3,634 



3,569 



3,559 



3,317 




2001 ACC CHAMPIONS 



John Kaleo holds the record for total plays 
total yards in a season, set in 1992. 

12. BobAveilini, 1972-74 


and 
3,285 


13. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 




3,111 


14. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 




2,971 


15. Mark Manqes, 1974-77 




2,962 


16. JackScartHth, 1950-52 




2,938 


17. Scott Zolak, 1988-90 




2,875 


18. Scott McBrien, 2002-prEsent 




2,781 


19. Al Neville, 1971-73 




2,734 


20. LarrvDick, 1973-77 




2.498 


TBTaL OFFOnSB BaHOS - 

1. John Kaleo (Sr.|, 1992 


SBason 


3.472 


2. Scott Milanovich (So.j. 1993 




3.437 


3 Scott McBrien (Jrj, 2002 




2.781 


4. Shaun Hill (Sr.l, 2001 




2.689 


5. Dan Henninq (Jr.|,1 986 




2.681 


6. ScottZolakiSrl, 1990 




2,392 


7 Stan Gelbauqh ISrI, 1985 




2,385 


8. Scott Milanovich Ud, 1994 




2,332 


9 Boomer Esiason (Srj, 1 983 




2,290 


10. Boomer Esiason Pr|, 1982 




2,231 



II. Neil ODonnell IJr), 1988 


2.139 


12 NeilODonnelKSrj, 1989 


2.059 


13 Dan Henninq (Sr,|, 1987 


1.782 


14, LaMont Jordan (Jrl, 1999 


1,692 


15. BobAveilini (Sr.l, 1974 


1,689 


16. Brian Cumminqs (Srj, 1997 


1,621 


17. Mark Manqes (Jrl, 1976 


1.593 


18. Calvin McCall (So.l, 2000 


1,591 


19. Boomer Esiason ISo.j, 1981 


1.560 


20, Calvin McCall (FrI, 1999 


1,520 


TOucHnoiuns oesponsiBLB for - 

1 . Scon Milanovich, 1 992-95 


- canBBR 

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 Cumminqs, 1994-97 


30 


Louis Carter, 1972-74 


30 


10 Neil ODonnell 1987-89 


29 


11. Stan Gelbauqh, 1981-85 


28 


Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 


28 


13. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 


26 


14. Dan Henninq, 1985-87 


25 


15. John Kaleo, 1991-92 


24 


16. Al Neville, 1971-73 


23 


17. Scott McBrien, 2002-ptEsent 


22 


18. Shaun Hill 2000^1 


21 


Ed Modzelew/ski, 1949-51 


21 


20. Buddy Rodqers, 1994-97 


20 


Mark Manqes, 1974-77 


20 


Ed Vereb, 1 953-55 


20 


Bob Shemonskj, 1949-51 


20 


TOOGHOOlUnS RBSPBnSIBLB FBR - 

1. Scott Milanovich (So.l, 1993 


- seasBn 

29 


2. Scott McBnen Url 2002 


22 


John Kaleo (Sr.|, 1992 


22 


4. Alan Pastrana Url, 1966 


21 


5. Shaun Hill (SrL 2001 


20 


Scon Milanovich Ur.|, 1994 


20 


7. Louis Carter Ur.), 1973 


19 


8. Boomer Esiason Ur). 1982 


18 


9. UMont Jordan UrU 999 


17 


Boomer Esiason (Sc), 1983 


17 


11. Dan Henninq Ur.|, 1986 


16 


Stan Gelbauqh (Sr|, 1985 


16 


Ed Vereb (Sri, 1955 


16 


Bob Shemonski, Ud, 1950 


16 


15. Neil ODonnell Ud, 1988 


15 


Rick Badaniek Ud. 1984 


15 


Jack Scarbath Ur), 1951 


15 


18. Mari< Manqes Ud. 1976 


14 


Al Neville (So.l, 1971 


14 


Dick Shiner (Srj, 1963 


14 



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2 3 



aLL-Tm RBGOHOS 



Receiving 

Receiving Records 

pass RBCBPTIOnS 

Career-193, Jermaln e Lewis, 1 992-95 



Season-7 7, Geroy Simo n, 1994 



Sf.-75 , Marcus Ba dqett, 1992 



Jr.-69, Russ Weaver, 1993 



SO.-77, Geroy Si mon, 1994 



Ff.-58, Frank W y check, 1990 



Game- 1 6, Geroy Simon vs, Florida St., 1 995 

Receiving yaRoage 

Career-2,932, Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 



Season-1,240, M arcus Badq ett, 1992 



Sr.-I,240, M arcus Badq ett, 1992 



Jr.-692, Jermaine Lewis, 1994 
SO.-957, Jermaine L ewis, 1 993 



Ff.-509, Frank Wycheck, 1990 



Game -251 , Marcus Badqett vs. Pittsburgh, 1992 




RBceivina yanos pbr caTCH 

Career tmin. 35 rec.|-l9. 15, Billy Va n Heusen, 1965-67 
Season [min . 20 rec.)-21 44, Billy V an Heusen, 1966 
Sr.-I8.53, Lloyd Colteiyahn, 1 952 



Jr.-21.44, B illy Va n Heusen, 1 966 

So.-] 9. 1 7, Azizuddin Abdur-Raoof, 1 985 
Fr.-1 7.52, Azizuddin Abdur-Raoof, 1 984 



RBceivina TRBCHnoiuns 

Career-21. Jerma i ne Lewis, 1992-95 

Seaion-9, Jerm ain e Lewis, 1994, Maitus Badqett, 1992 
Sr.-9 , Marcus Ba dqett, 1992 



Jr.-9, Jermaine Lewis, 1 994 



zon yaRD RBCBiuing yaniBS 

Career- 2, Jer maine Lewis, 1 992-95, M aicus Badqett, 1990-92 

Seaso n-2, Marcus Badqett, 1992 

Consecutive-2, Marcus Badgett, 1 992 



S0.-8 , Dan Bunqo ri, 1971 

Fr.-5, Sean Sulliva n, 1983 

Ganie-3, Jermaine Lewis vs. W Virginia. 1 993, James Milling 
vs. No. Carolina, 1 986; Guilian Gary vs . Georgia Tech. 2000 



100 yaRD Receiuins yamBS 

Career-l 5, Jermaine Lewis, 1 992-95 
Season-5, Marcus Badge tt, 1992 



Consecutive-4. Jermaine Lewis, 1 994 



LOnOBST TOOGHDOUJn RBGBPTIOn 

92, Ed Bolton from Stan Lavine vs. So. Carolina, 1 949 



LongosT non SGORiny pass 

76, Jermaine Lewis from Scott Milanovich vs. 
West Vi rginia, 1993 



pass RBcePTions - caRoeR 

1. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 



2, G er oy Simon, 1 993-9i 

3. Frank Wycheck, 1990-92 



4. Russ Weaver, 1992-94 



5. Guilian Gary, 1998-2001 



6. Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984-87 



7. Barry Johnson, 1987-90 



8. Ferrell Edmunds, 1984-87 



9. Marcus Badgett, 1989-92 



Frank Russell, 1972-74 



II. Greg Hill 1982-84 



12. Mancel Johnson, 1993-96 



13. BrenLowery, 1986-89 



14. Vernon Joines, 1985-88 



JohnTlce, 1979-82 



16. Russell Davis, 1979-83 



17. James Milling, 1984-87 



18. Richie Harris, 1988-92 



19. Dean Richards, 1 975-78 



20. Gary Collins, 1959-61 



193 



185 
134 
120 



113 
108 
106 
101 
100 
100 
97 
94 
89 
83 
83 
82 
80 
78 
77 
74 



pass RBGBPTions - season 



1. 


Geroy Simon (So.), 1994 


77 




Marcus Badgett (SrL 1992 


75 




Russ Weaver (Jrl, 1993 


69 




Jermaine Lewis (Sr), 1995 


66 




Frank Wycheck (Fr|, 1990 


58 




Richie Harris ISrl, 1992 


56 




Geroy Simon (Jr.), 1995 


54 


8. 


Jermaine Lewis (So. 1, 1993 


52 



Dan Prunzik ISr.l, 1992 


52 


10. Allen Williams ISr.l, 1994 


51 


Greq Hill (Sr.l, 1984 


51 


12. Guilian Gary (Sri, 2001 




13. Russ Weaver (Sri, 1994 




Tom Brown (Sr.l, 1962 




15, Jermaine Lewis (Jrl, 1994 




Frank Wycheck (Sol, 1991 




17. Bren Lowery (So.l, 1987 




18. Barry Johnson (jr.), 1989 




Darryl Hill (Jr.), 1963 




20 Andrew Carter (FrI, 1993 


41 



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Jermaine Lewis ranks No. 1 in career receptions 
and career receiving yards. 



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pass ROGOPTions - eame 



1 . Geroy Simon vs. Florida St., 1 995 


16 


2. Russ Weaver vs. Wake Forest, 1 993 


14 


Frank Wycheck vs. Va. Tech, 1990 


14 


4. Jermaine Lewis vs. Ga. Tech, 1 995 


13 


5. FrankWycheckvs.NC State, 1990 


12 



6. Jermaine Lewis vs. NC State, 1 995 



Allen Williams vs. Syracuse, 1 99 4 



Geroy Simon vs. W. Virqinia, 1 994 



jyiarcus Badgett vs. Wake F orest, 1992 



Marcus Badqett vs. Pittsburgh, 1992 



John Tice vs. Clemson, 1 982 



RBGBiviny yaRoagB - 

1. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 

2. Geroy Simon, 1993-96 



CaRBBR 



Azizuddin Abdur-Raoof, 1984-87 



Marcus Badq ett, 1989-92 



Jarry Johnso n. 1987-90 
_GregHill, 1 982-81 



7. Ferrell Edmunds , 1984-87 



8. Guilian Gary, 1998-2001 



James Milling, 1984-87 



Russell Davis, 1981-83 



frank RuiselU_972-_74 

Vernon Joines, 1985 -88 
Mancel Johnson, 1993-96 



12 
13 

iL 
li, 

L6:. 

17. 

1 8, Jafar Williams. 2000- present 



Dean Richards, 1975-78 



frank Wycheck, 1990-92 

^a_ry Collins, 1 959-6J 

Scooter Monroe, 1999-2002 



20. 



Russ Weaver, 1992-94 



Vince Kinney, 1974-77 



2,932 



2,059 



1,895 



1,748 



1,721 



1,72 1 

1,552 
1,446 



1,408 
1,344 
1,253 



'240 



1,194 



1,183 



1,182 



JJ02 

_Liop 

1,096 



1,044 



RCGBiuiny yaRoayo - SBason 

1 

2 
3. 
4. 
5, 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 

ACH BOWL CHAMPIONS 



Marcus Badgett (Sri, 1992 


1,240 


Jermaine Lewis (Sol, 1993 


957 


Jermaine Lewis (Sr|, 1995 


937 


Geroy Simon (Sol, 1994 


891 


Greg Hill (Srj, 1984 


820 


Guilian Gary (Sr.j, 2001 


727 


Jermaine Lewis (Jrl, 1994 


692 


Barry Johnson (Jrl, 1989 


689 


Dan Prunzik (Sr.l, 1992 


680 





Geroy Simon ranks No. 2 in career receptions 
career receiving yards. 

10. Aiizuddin AMur-Ra oof (So.l, 1985 


and 
671 


11. James Milling iJr.l, 1986 


650 


12. Barry Johnson ISr.l. 1990 


629 


13 AiiruddinAbdur-Ra oof ISr.l, 1987 


617 


14 Scooter Monroe (Sr.l. 2002 


614 


15 RussWeavefUr 1,1993 


606 


16. Ferell Edmunds (Sri, 1987 


603 


17. UoydColtefyahn (Sr.l, 1952 


593 


18, Jason Kremus (Sr.l, 1993 


576 


19. Dean Richards ISr.l, 1978 


575 


20. Greq Hill (Jr.l, 1983 


570 


Receiving yaeoaae - same 

1 - Marcus Badqett vs. PittsBurqh, 1 992 


251 


2. Jermaine Lewis vs. No. Carolina, 1 993 


250 


3. James Millinq vs. No. Carolina, 1 986 


220 


4. Martus Badqen vs. Duke, 1 992 


218 


5. Jermaine Lewis vs Duke, 1 995 


205 


i. Jermaine Lewis vs Ga. Tech, 1995 


189 


7. Russell Davis vs. Penn State. 1 982 


188 


8. Marcus Badqett vs. Wake Forest 1 992 


187 


9. Marcus Badqett vs. Oemson, 1 992 


184 


10. Greq Hill vs. Miami. 1984 


182 




UaROSPBRCaiGH 

Minimum 35 Receptions 



18, Walter Whit e, 1973-74 



19 Dan Bungo rl , 1971-73 



20. Vince Kinne y, 1974-77 
/ 






1. 


Billv Van Heusen. 1965-67 


19.15 


2. 


Uovd Coltervahn, 1950-52 


18.56 


3 


James Millina. 1984-87 


18.08 


4, 


PeteAuqsberaer, 1948-50 


17.76 


5 


Greg Hill, 1982-84 


17.74 


6. 


Azizuddin Abdur-Raoof, 1984-87 


17.55 


7, 


Marcus Badqett, 1989-92 


17,48 


R 


Russell Davis. 1981-83 


17.17 


9, 


Bobbv Collins. 1964-66 


17.11 


10. 


Jason Kremus, 1990-93 


17.00 


11. 


Chuck White. 1975-77 


16.88 


12 


Eric Holder 1 982-85 


16,78 


13. 


Jermaine Arrinaton. 1998-99 


16.70 


14 


Ferrell Edmunds. 1984-87 


16,25 


15 


Barry Johnson, 1987-90 


16.24 


16. 


Scooter Monroe, 1999-2002 


16.21 


17, 


Garv Collins, 1959-61 


15.97 



15.96 



15.90 



15.82 




Marcus Badgett holds the single-game record for 
receiving yards with 251, set against Pittsburgh in 
1992. 



2 3 



aLL-Timmam 




Billy Van Heusen holds records for yards per catch 
in a career and season. 

yaRDS PBR caTCH - season 

Minimum 20 Receptions 

I. B illy Van Heuse n (Jr.l, 1966 21.44 



2. Greg Hill (Jr) J 983 

3. Jafa r Williams |Jr|, 2002 

4. James Millinq |Jr|, 1 986 

5. Azizuddin Abdu r-Rao of (So. I 

6. Russell Davis ISo.l, 1981 



21.11 



20.07 



1985 



19.70 
19.17 



7, Uoyd Coltervah n ISr.l, 1952 



8 Barry Johnson lSrJ,_[990__ 

m 

IL 
12. 



Bobby Collins (JrLl 965_ 
Latrez H arrison [Jr|, 2002 



19.15 
18.53 
18.50 
18.48 



18.45 



Jermai ne Lewis ISo.l, 1993 



18.40 



James Milling ISr I, 1987 



18.14 



13. Azizuddin Abdur-Raoof |Fr.|, 1984 



17.52 



14. Ferrell Edmunds un, 1986 



17.50 



15. Chuck White IJr I, 1976 



17.48 



16. Ferrell Edmunds (Sn, 1987 



17.23 



17. Rick Carlson (Sri, 1968 



17.10 



18. Pete Auqsberqer ISn, 1950 



16.88 



19. Marcus Badqen ISrI, 1992 



16.53 



20. Russell Davis un, 1982 



16.48 



Receivine TOucHooiuns - caneeR 

I . Jermaine Lewis, 1 992-95 21 



2. Greg HiH, 1982-84 



3. Guilian Garv, 1998-2001 



4. Gary Collins, 1959-61 



18 
13 
12 



5. Marcus Badgett. 1989-92 



Ba rrv Johnson, 1987-90 



M ancelJonnson, 1993-96 



Geroy Si mon, 199 3-96 



Azizuddin Abdur-Raoof 1984-87 



Ferrell Edmunds, 1984-87 



12. 



DanBunqon, 197 1- 73 
Vernon Joines, 1985^8 



Mike Lewis, 197 9 -82 



1 4. Russell Davis, 1 981-83 
Chuck White, 19 73-77 





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Greg Hill ranks second in career receiving touchdowns 
with 18 and had seven TDs in a season twice. 

Walter White, 1973-74 8 


Lou Weidensaul, 1950-52 


8 


18. Jason Kremus, 1990-93 


7 


James Millinq, 1984-87 


7 


Sean Sullivan, 1983-86 


7 


JohnTice, 1979-82 


7 


BillvVanHeusen, 1964-66 


7 


Darrvl Hill, 1 963-64 


7 


Tom Brown, 1 960-62 


7 


Howie Dare, 1954-57 


7 


Receivina ToucHDOuins - season 

1. Jermaine Lewis (Jrl, 1994 


9 


Marcus Badqett (Sri, 1992 


9 


3. DanBunqorilSoJ. 1971 


8 


4. Guilian Gary (Jrl, 2000 


7 


Jermaine Lewis (SoJ, 1993 


7 


Greq Hill (Jr.), 1983 


7 


Greq Hill (So.L 1982 


7 


Billy Van Heusen(Jr,L 1966 


7 


Darr/1 Hill (Jrl, 1963 


7 


10. Guilian Gary (SrL 2001 


6 


Barry Johnson (Jrl, 1989 


6 


James Millinq (Jrl, 1986 


6 


DonRatliff(Sr|, 1972 


6 


14. Gerov Simon (So.L 1994 


5 


Jason Kremus (Sr.j, 1993 


5 


Vernon Joines (Jrl, 1987 


5 


Sean Sullivan (FrL 1983 


5 


Russell Davis (JrL 1982 


5 


Kim Hoover (SrL 1975 


5 


Walter White (Jrl, 1973 


5 


21. 17 players 


4 


(last time: Omar Cheeseboro, 1 9971 




RBceiuina ToucHDOiuns - same 

1 . Guilian Gary vs. Georgia Tech, 2000 

Jermaine Lewis vs. W Virqinia, 1 993 

James Millinq vs. No. Carolina, 1 986 



3. 25 players 



(last tim e: Guilian Gary vs. Middle Tennessee, 20001 

ZDD-yaRD RGGGivina aames - caaeBR 

1. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 '. 



Marcus Badqett, 1989-92 



3. James Millinq, 1984-87 



1 



zoo-yaRD RBGBivina eamBS - seasan 

1. Marcus Badqett (Scl, 1992 2_ 

GBnSGGUTIVB ZBO HaRD RBBBIVing BaRIBS 

1. Marcus Ba dqett (SrL 19 92 2_ 



lOB-yaRO RBGBiuins aaniBS - GaRBBR 

1 . Jermaine Lewis, 1 992-9 5 



15 



2. Marcus Badqen, 1 989-92 



3. Greq HilL 1982-84 



IRQ yaRB RBGBivins aaniBS - SBasan 

I. Marcus Badqett (SrL 1992 5_ 



2. Jermaine Lewis (Sr|, 1995 



Jermaine Lewis (Jr|, 1994 



Jermai ne L ewis (So.|, 1993 



GBHSBGUTIUB 1B0 BaRD RBCBIUinB SamBS 

I. Jermaine Lewis (Jr|, 199 4 4_ 



2. Jermaine Lewis (Sr|, 1995 



Jermaine Lewis (Sr|, 1995 



2 



Jermaine Lewis (So. I, 1993 



Marcus Badqett (SrL 1992 




Jermaine Lewis holds records for receiving TDs in a 
game and season, career 200-yard receiving games 
and consecutive 100-yard receiving games. 



Am 

Year 

1947 


lual Leaders 

Player 


Rec-Yds 


TD 


Elmer Winqate 


12-145 


3 


1948 


Elmer Winqate 


9-32 


3 


1949 


Stan Karnash 


16-245 


2 


1950 


Pete Auqsberqer 


25-422 


2 


1951 


Lou Weidensaul 


18-249 


4 


1952 


Uoyd Colteryahn 


32-593 


4 


1953 


Chet Hanulak 


10-152 





1954 


Bill Walker 


13-209 


1 


1955 


Jack Healy 


10-182 


2 




Howie Dare 


10-74 


3 


1956 


Bill Turner 


7-74 





1957 


Ed Cooke 


14-137 





1958 


Ben Scotti 


18-282 


I 




Ron Shaffer 


18-141 


1 


1959 


Gary Collins 


14-350 


4 


1960 


Gary Collins 


30-404 


4 


1961 


Gary Collins 


30-428 


4 


1962 


Tom Brown 


47-557 


4 


1963 


Darryl Hill 


43-516 


7 


1964 


DickAbsher 


22-268 


1 


1965 


Dick Absher 


33-382 


1 


1966 


Billy Van Heusen 


25-536 


7 


1967 


Rick Carlson 


24-309 


2 


1968 


Bernard Demczuk 


23-215 





1969 


Roland Merntt 


19499 


2 


1970 


Don Ratliff 


26-242 





1971 


Dan Bunqori 


32-490 


8 




Dennis O'Hara 


32423 


2 


1972 


Don Ratliff 


36-515 


6 


1973 


Frank Russell 


39468 


3 


1974 


Frank Russell 


31404 





1975 


Kim Hoover 


38-532 


5 


1976 


Charlie White 


23402 


4 


1977 


Euqene Kinney 


32-505 





1978 


Dean Richards 


35-575 


1 


1979 


Jan Carinci 


30-275 


1 


1980 


Chris Havener 


29436 


3 


1981 


John lice 


31-353 


4 


1982 


John lice 


34-396 


1 


1983 


Russell Davis 


29465 


I 


1984 


Greq Hill 


51-820 


4 


1985 


Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof 


35-671 


4 


1986 


James Millinq 


33-650 


6 


1987 


Bren Lowery 


44-252 


2 


1988 


Vernon Joines 


29433 


2 


1989 


Barry Johnson 


43-689 


6 


1990 


Frank Wycheck 


58-509 


1 


1991 


Frank Wycheck 


45438 


1 


1992 


Marcus Badqett 


75-1,240 


9 


1993 


Jermaine Lewis 


52-957 


7 


1994 


Gerov Simon 


77-891 


5 


1995 


Jermaine Lewis 


66-937 


3 


1996 


Geroy Simon 


35-534 


3 


1997 


Moises Cruz 


29-337 


1 


1998 


Jermaine Arrinqton 


23-366 


1 


1999 
2000 


Guilian Gary 


24-257 





Guilian Gary 


40-568 


7 


2001 


Guilian Gary 


49-727 


6 


2002 


Scooter Monroe 


37-614 


2 






J 




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2 1 A C C 



ill 
Frank Russell Greg Hill 

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Mancel Johnson Bren Lowery 

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Vernon Joines 



John rice 



Russell Davis 



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scDRing 

Scoring Records 

niOSI PDIIIIS SCDROD 

Career-JOa, Jess Atkinson, 198 1 -84 
$Mion-l?5, Nick Novak, 2002 

$r.-96, EdWcreb, 1955, LuGambino, 1947 

Jr.-l02,UMon[ Jordan, 1999; 
Rick B<idanjek, 1984 

$0.-125, Nick Novak, 2002 



_ Fr-69, Nic k Novak. 2001 



mOST TOUGHDOUinS 

Career-ib, Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 

Sujon-1 7, LaMonl Jordan, 1 999 

$r.-l6, Ed Vereb, 1955; Lu Qamblno. 1947 

Jr.- 1 7, LaMontJordaa 199? 

$0.-12, Bruce Peny, 2001 



Fr.-9, Rick Badanjek, l?82_ 



niDST lUJO PDIHT GonvGRSions 

Ciir««r-5 Rick Badanjek, 1982:85 

Season-} Rick Badanjek, 1984 



mOST PDIHTS KiGKina 

Career-308, Jess Atkinson . 1981-84 
$eason-l25, Nick Novak, 2002 



$r.-88. Jess Atkinso n, 1984 
Jr.-80. Brian Kopka, 1999 



$0.-125, Nick Novak, 2g0L 
Fr.-89, Nick Novak, 2001 



mosT pars 

Career- 128, Jess Atkinson, 1 98 1 -84 
$eason-53, Nick Novak, 2002 

$r.-37, Jess Atkinson, 1984 

Jr.-33, Steve Mike-Mayer, 1973 

$0.-53, Nick Novak, 2002 

Fr.-41, Nick Novak, 2001 
Consecutive (Career)-93, Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 
Consecutive (Season)-?3. Nick Novak, 2002 



BGST par PGRGoniaaB 

Career-1 ,000. Dan Plocki (92 of 92|, 1 985-88; Dan DeArmas 
_ (62 of 62L1 989-92 

$eason-l ,000, Jess Atkinson (39 of 39|, 1 982; Dan Plocki (29 
of 29), 1 986; Jess Atkinson (28 of 28], 1 983; Dan Plocki 
(27 of 27|, 1988; Dan DeArmas (24 of 24), 1989; Dan 
DeArmas (23 of 23|, 1 990; Dan Plocki (20 of 20|. 1 985; 
John Hannigan ( 1 7 of 1 7|, 1 96 1 ; Dan Plocki ( 1 6 of 1 6|, 
1 987; Dan DeArmas ( 1 5 of 1 5), 1 99 1 ; Bernardo Bramson 

{\S of 1 5J J965; Ramon Paredes ( 1 3 ofJ3), 1?85 

$r.-l ,000, Dan Plocki (27 of 27^1988 



_Jn-J,pOO,Jess Atkinwn (28 of 281, 1983 
$0. -1 ,000, Jess Atkinson (39 of 39), 1982 
Fr.-lOOO, Dan Plocki (20 of 20), 1985 



inosT FiGLD soaLS maoe 

Career-60, Jess Atk inson, 198 1-84 
$eason-24, Nick Novak, 2002 



$r.-17, Dan Plocki, 1 988, Jess Atkinson, 1984 

Jr.-l 7, Dale Castro, 1979 

$0.-24, Nick Novak, 2002 

Fr.-I6, Nick Novak, 2001_ 
Game-^ Dale Cast/o vs, Mississippi St . 1979 
Consecutive- 1 6. Dale Castro, 1979 

FicLD anais anemPTBD 

Career-82, Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 

Season-28, Nick Novak, 2002 

Sr.-26, Ed Loncar 1978 



Jr.-24, Steve MlkeMayei; 1973 
$o.-21Nick Novak, 2002 
Fr.-25, Nick Novak, 2001 



Game-5, Dan Plocki vs. W Virginia, 1985; Dale Caflro vj. 
Mississippi St. 1979 



FiGiD soai PGRCBnTaae 

Career (min. 20 att.)-,778, Joe ODonnell (28 of 36), 
1994-96 



$eason (rnin. 12 att.)-857, Nick N ovak |24 of 281, 2002 

$r.- 850, Jess Atkinson [ 1 7 of 20), 1?84 

Jr.- 809. Dale Castro ( 1 7 of 2 1 ), 1 979 



$0.-857, Nick Novak (24 of 28). 2002 



Fr.-i46, Da n Plocki II I of 131, 1985 



Game-iogo, Dale Castro (5 of 51 vs. Miss. St. 1 979 



L0R9GST FIGLG 9031 

54, Steve Mik^Mayer vs. Wllanova, 1973 



POIRTS SGOROO - CaRGBR 

1 Jess At' :nson. 1 98 1 -84 

Rick Baoani ek. 1982-8 5 



2 
3 
4 
5 

6 _ Nicii_Novak. 2001 -p resent 

7 Steve MikfrAJavei: 1972-74 



Dan Plocki, 1985^ 8 

l^Mont Jordan, 1997-2000 
Bnan Kopka. 1997-2000 



8. Steve Atkins. 197 5-78 



9. LouaCanet 1972-74 



]0_ J emiaine Lewis. 1 992-95 

Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 

Charlie Wysocki.l9781L 
13, Joe ODonnell, 1994-96 
14 Buddy Rod qers. 1994-97 



!5_ Ed Mod^ele wski, 1949-51 
1 6_ Dale Castro, 1979-80 



I7__ EdVereb, 1 953-55 



18 Ed Loncar, 1976-78 



19 T omiTTY Nea l, 1983-86 



20 Mike Sochko.J97y2_ 



Boo Shemonski. 1949-51 



poinrs SGGRBO - sGason 





N:>\^.,- So :::: 


125 


2 


iA'c-r: ^C'Cfr J- ;999 


102 




RickBadaniekUf). 1984 


102 


4. 


Bob Shemonski Lit). 1950 


97 


5. 


EdMeieblSrLI955 A 


96 




LuGan*ino(Sr.). 1947 


96 


7 


Ows Downs (St). 2002 


90 


8. 


Nick Novak fFtK 2001 


89 


9. 


JessAa(inson/Sc|, 1984 


88 



10. JeaAHansonlSoL 1982 



11. Louis CanerlAl. 1973 




84 



Jess Atkinson is Maryland's all-time leading scorer 
with 308 points. 



12. Bnan Kopka (Jr). 1999 


80 


13. Steve Mike-Mayer IStL 1974 


79 


14. Dan Plocki (Sri, 1988 


78 


15. Jess Atkinson UrL 1983 


73 


Ed Loncar (Sr.L 1978 


73 


17. Baice Perry (So). 2001 


72 


Rick Badanjek ISrL 1985 


72 


19. Dale Castro Ur.l. 1979 


70 


20. Steve Mike^Vlayer UtI. 1973 


69 


21. Mike Sochko (So 1, 1975 


67 


TDUGHODIURS SGGRBD - CaRBBR 

1, Rick Badaniek. 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 Wysodd. 1978^1 


26 


7. BucJdvRodqefS, 1994-97 


22 


Ed Modzetewski, 1949-51 


22 


9. EdVfereb, 1953-55 


20 


10. Tommy NeaL 1983-86 


19 


Bob Shemonski. 1949-51 


19 


12. GreqHIll, 1981-84 


18 


13. AMn Blount 198^86 


17 


ChetHanulak. 1951-53 


17 


LuGambino. 1946-47 


17 


16. AlvinMaddOK. 1975-78 


16 


17 Chris Downs. 2001-02 


IS 


JohnSchultz, 1972-75 


15 


19. RkJty Johnson. 1988-89 


14 


TimWiton, 1972-76 


14 


Ralph Felton. 1951-53 


14 



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Rick Badanjek holds the record for most career 

touchdowns 146). 

TDUGHDDlUnS SGDRGD - SBaSDR 

1. UMontJordanlJr.l, 1999 17 



2. Rick Badaniek (Jr. 1, 1984 


16 


EdVereblSr.l, 1955 


16 


Bob Shemonski (Jr.|, 1950 


16 


Lu Gambino (Sr|, 1947 


16 


6. Chris Downs (Sr.|, 2002 


15 


7. Louis Carter IJrl, 1973 


14 


8. Bruce Perry (So. 1,2001 


12 


Rick Badaniek (Sr|, 1985 


12 


10. LaMontJordan (Sri, 2000 


11 


Charlie Wvsocki(Jr|, 1980 


11 


Steve Atkins (Sr I, 1978 


11 


Ed (Vlodzelewski (Sri, 1951 


11 


14. Marc Riley (Sr|, 2001 


10 


15. Jermaine Lewis (Jr|, 1994 


9 


Marcus Badqett (Sr|, 1992 


9 


Rick Badaniek (So. L 1983 


9 


Rick Badaniek (Fr), 1982 


9 


Alvin Maddox (SrL 1978 


9 


Steve Atkins (JrL 1977 


9 


John Schultz (JrL 1974 


9 


Bernie Falonev (Sr|, 1953 


9 


mOST PDinTS KIGKinS - GaRGGR 

1. Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 


308 


2. Dan Plocki, 1985-88 


233 


3. Brian Kopka, 1997-2000 


218 


4. Nick Novak, 2001 -present 


214 


5. Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74 


203 


6. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 


158 


7. Joe O'Donnell, 1994-96 


148 


8. Dale Castro, 1979-80 


121 


9. Ed Loncar, 1976-78 


118 


10. MikeSochko. 1975-77 


115 


11. Bernando Bramson, 1964-65 


lie 




mosT PGiGTS KiGKing - season 

1. Nick Novak (So.L 2002 125 


2. Nick Novak (Fr|. 2001 


89 


3. JessAtkinson(Sr), 1984 


88 


4. JessAtkinsonlSo.l, 1982 


87 


5. Brian Kopka (Jr|, 1999 


80 


6, Steve Mike-IVIayer(Sr), 1974 


79 


7. Dan Plocki (SrL 1988 


78 


8. JessAtkinson (JrL 1983 


73 


Ed Loncar (SrL 1978 


73 


10. Dale Castro (JrL 1979 


70 


mOST pais - GaRGBR 

1. JessAtkinson, 1981-84 


128 


2, Nick Novak, 2001 -present 


94 


3. Brian Kopka, 1997-2000 


92 


Dan Plocki, 1985-88 


92 


Steve Mike-Mavei; 1972-74 


92 


6. Joe O'DonnelL 1994-96 


64 


7. Don Decker, 1951-53 


63 


Bob Dean, 1948-50 


63 


9. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 


62 


10. MikeSochko, 1975-77 


58 


niDST pais - SGason 

1. Nick Novak (So.L 2002 


53 


2. Nick Novak (FrL 2001 


41 


3 JessAtkinson (So.L 1982 


39 


4. JessAtkinson (SrL 1984 


37 


Don Decker (So.l, 1951 


37 



6. Steve Mike-Mayer (SrL 1974 


34 


7, JoeO'Donnell (So.L 1994 


33 


Steve Mike-Maver (JrL 1973 


33 


9. Brian Kopka (JrL 1999 


32 


10. MikeSochko (So.L 1975 


31 


11. Dan Plocki (So.L 1986 


29 


12. Jess Atkinson (JrL 1983 


28 


Bob Dean (JrL 1949 


28 


14. Dan Plocki (SrL 1988 


27 


15. Brian Kopka (SrL 2000 


26 


Don Decker (JrL 1952 


26 


17. Ed Loncar (SrL 1978 


25 


Steve Mike-Maver (So.L 1972 


25 


19. Dan DeArmas (So.L 1989 


24 


JessAtkinson (FrL 1981 


24 


Kambiz Behbahani (SrL 1971 


24 


Bernardo Bramson (SrL 1966 


24 


Bob Dean (SrL 1950 


24 


mosT FiBLo goais maoo - GaRGBR 

1. JessAtkinson, 1981-84 


60 


2. Dan PlockL 1985-88 


47 


3. Brian Kopka, 1997-2000 


42 


4. Nick Novak, 2001 -present 


40 


5. Steve Mike-Mayec 1 972-74 


37 


6. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 


32 


7. Joe ODonnell 1994-96 


28 


8. Dale Castro, 1979-80 


27 


9. Ed Loncar, 1976-78 


22 


10. MikeSochko, 1975-77 


19 




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Steve Mike-Mayer ranks fifth all-time in field goals made. 





JessAtkinson Rick Badanjek Dan Plocki LaMontJordan Brian Kopka Nick Novak Steve Mike-Mayer Steve Atkins 

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aLL-Tm RBBOHOS 



inosi FiBLD Boais maBB - SBasBii 

1 Nitk NovHk |So ), 2002 24 


; a)nPlnfki|Sr| 1988 




l«<Aikimon(Sr|, 1984 




rMeCA',tm[li\ 1979 




5_ NK-k Nov^k |Fr| 2001 




Rn-m Kopk^ pr.| 1999 




I«sAikimon|So|. 1982 1' 


fdLonc^rlSrl. 1978 


16 


^ Jfu Atkinson (Jr|. 1983 


15 


Stpw Mike-Mayer (Sri. 1974 


15 


II DanDeAfmasUrl. 1990 


14 


12 BfMnKopka(So.l. 1998 


12 


JessAlkinion/Frl. 1981 


12 


Mike Sochko iSo 1. 1975 


12 


Steve Mik^M^yer(Jf|, 1973 


12 


lllOSUIULDBBaLSanBmPTBB- 

1. Jess Atkinson. 1981-84 


- CaRBBR 

82 


2. Steve MikeMavef. 1972-74 


71 


3. Dan Plocki. 1985-88 


63 


4. BnanKopka. 1997-2000 


61 


S. NKk Novak. 200 l-oresent 


53 


6. Dan DeAmas. 1988-91 


43 


7. Dale Castro. 1979-80 


39 


Bernardo Bramson. 1964-66 


39 


9. Joe OOonnefl. 1994-96 


36 


10. EdLoncar 1975-78 


35 


mosT FiBLO aoais anBmPTBO - 

I. Nick Novak iSol, 2002 


- seasBH 

28 


2. EdLon<ar|Sr|,1978 


26 


3. Nick Novak IFrl, 2001 


25 


Steve Mike^Maver ISr), 1974 


25 


S. Steve Mike^ayerUrl, 1973 


24 


6. Dan Plocki (Sr 1,1988 


22 


Jess Atkinson (Sol. 1982 


22 


SteveM*e*1aver (Sol. 1972 


22 


9. Brian KopkaUrl. 1999 


21 


JessAltansonlFtl, 1981 


21 


Dale Castro Ur). 1979 


21 


Mike Sochko (Sol, 1975 


21 




Brian Kopka ranks in the top 10 on many of 
Maryland s kicking and kick-scoring lists. 




Dan Plocki ranks No. 3 in highest career and 
highest season Held goal percentage. 

HI9BGST FIGLD 9031 PGT - GaRBOR 

Minimum 20 Attempts 



1. 


JoeODonnell, 1994-96 


.778 (28 of 361 


2. 


Nick Novak, 2001 -present 


.755 140 of 531 


3. 


Dan Plocki, 1985-88 


.746 (47 of 631 


4. 


DanDeArmas, 1988-91 


.744 (32 of 431 


5. 


Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 


.732 (60 of 821 


5. 


Dale Castro, 1979-80 


.692 127 of 391 


7. 


Brian Kopka, 1997-2000 


689 (42 of 611 


HI9HGST FIGLO SOBL PGT. 

Minimum 12 Attempts 


- SGaSBG 


1. 


Nick Novak |So.|, 2002 


.857 (24 of 281 


2. 


JessAtkinsonlSn, 1984 


.850 (17 of 201 


3. 


Dan Plocki (Frj, 19851 


.846 (11 of 131 


4. 


Dale Castro (Jr.l, 1979 


.809 (17 of 211 


5. 


Jess Atkinson Un, 1983 


.789 (15 of 191 


6. 


Dan Plocki (Sol, 1986 


.786 (11 of 141 


7. 


Dan DeArmas Ur), 1990 


.778 (14 of 181 


8. 


Dan Plocki (Sri. 1988 


.773 (17 of 221 


9 


Brian Kopka un. 1999 


.762 (16 of 211 


10 


JoeODonnelllSrI. 1996 


.733 (11 of 151 



. 

Annual Leaders 

Year Player TD XP2XP 


FG 


Ptf. 


1947 


Lu G^mbino 


16 











96 


1948 


Harry Bonk 


5 











30 


1949 


Stan Lavine 


7 











42 


1950 


Bob Shemonski 


16 


1 








97 


1951 


Jack Scarbath 


7 











4? 


1952 


Chel Hanulak 


6 











36 


1953 


Bernie Faloney 


9 











54 


1954 


Dick Bielski 


6 


15 





1 


54 


1955 


Ed Vereb 


16 











96 


1956 


John Frilsch 


3 


1 








19 


1957 


Howie Dare 


4 











24 


1958 


John FortKS 


6 











36 


1959 


Jim Joyce 


8 











48 


1950 


Gary Collins 


4 





1 





26 


1961 


John Hanniqan 





17 





5 


55 


1962 


Tom Brown 


6 











38 


1953 


Darryl Hill 


8 


7 








55 


1964 


Bernardo Bramson 





17 





9 


44 


1955 
1955 
1967 
1968 


Bernardo Bramson 





IS 





7 


36 


Billy Van Heusen 


7 











42 


Rick Carlson 


2 


4 





4 


28 


Billy Lovett 


8 





1 





50 


1959 


Paul Fitzpatrick 


3 


2 








20 


1970 


Robert Tucker 


3 











18 




An Seymore 


3 











18 


1971 


Kambiz Behbafini 





24 





10 


54 


1972 


Steve Mike-Mayer 





25 





10 


55 


1973 


Louis Carter 


14 











84 


1974 


Steve Mike-Mayer 





34 





15 


79 


1975 


Mike Sochko 





31 





12 


67 


1975 


Tim Wilson 


7 











42 


1977 


Steve Atkins 


9 











54 


1978 


Ed Loncar 





25 





16 


73 


1979 


Dale Castro 





19 





17 


70 


1980 


Charlie Wysocki 


II 











66 


1981 


Jess Atkinson 





24 





12 


60 


1982 


Jess Atkinson 





39 





16 


87 


1983 


Jess Atkinson 





28 





15 


73 


1984 


Rick Badaniek 


16 





3 





102 


1985 


Rick Badanjek 


12 











72 


1985 


Dan Plocki 





29 





II 


62 


1987 


Bren Lowerv 


7 











42 


1988 


Dan Plocki 





27 





17 


78 


1989 


DanDeAnnas 





24 





11 


57 


1990 


DanDeArmas 





23 





14 


65 


1991 


DanDeArmas 





15 





7 


36 


1992 


David DeArmas 





28 





10 


58 


1993 


Jermaine Lewis 


7 











42 


1994 


Joe Donnell 





33 





9 


60 


1995 


Buddy Rodqers 


7 





2 





46 




Joe ODonnell 





16 





10 


46 


1995 


Joe ODonnell 





15 





II 


48 


1997 


Buddy Rodqers 


5 











30 




Brian Kopka 





12 





6 


30 


1998 


Bnan Kopka 





22 





12 


58 


1999 


LaMont Jordan 


17 











102 


2000 


LaMont Jordan 


II 











66 


2001 


Nick Novak 





41 





16 


89 


2002 


Nick Novak 





53 





24 


125 


\ 












J 









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M |i n Y i m n: 



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PUHT RGTURHS 



Punt Returns Records 

punr RBTURns 

Career-82. Bob Smith, 1972-74 

Seaion-56, Steve Sutei; 2002 

Sf.-35, Larry Marshall, 1971 

Jr.-40, Bob Smith, 1973 

SO.-56, Steve Suter, 2002 

Ff.-l 6, Mike Lewis, 1979 

Game-8, Larry Marshall vs. Wllanova, 1971; 

Steve Suter vs. West Virginia, 2002 




PUHT RGTURn y3RDS 

Career-899, Bob Smith, 1972-74 



Season-771, Steve Suter 2002 



Sf.-375, Larry Marshall, 1971 



yaRDS PER PURT RGTURn 

Care er (min. 20 ret urns)- 1 5,23, Joe Petruzzo, 1950-51 
Seaion |min. 1 2 retufns|-2 1.23, Joe Petruzzo, 1950 



Sr.-15.31, Ronnie Waller 1954 



Jf.-420, Bob Smith, 1973 



Jf.-l 4.57, Bob Shemonski, 1950 



SO.-77I, Steve Suter, 2002 



So.-21.23, Joe Petruzzo, 1950 



Fr.-l 36, Orlando Strozier, 1993 



Fr.-10.46, Orlando Strozier, 1993 



Game-146, Bob Shemonski vs. NC State. 1950 



PURT RGTURHS FUR TUUGHOUlUn 

Careef-4. Steve Suter 200 1 -present 



Season-4, Steve Suter 2002 (Ties NCM Record) 



PURT RGTURRS - CaRGGR 

1. Bob Smith, 1972-74 



2, Guilian Gary, 1998-2001 



3. Larry Marshall, 1969-71 



Keeta Covington, 1983-86 



Steve Suter 2001 -present 



Steve Trimble. 1976-80 



7. Mike Lewis, 1979-82 



MikeHopson, 1989-91 



9. Dean Richards, 1975-78 


44 


10. UovdBurruss, 1976-80 


41 


11. Kenny Roy, 1973-76 


40 


12, BrenLowery, 1986-89 


38 


13. Jim Davidson, 1959-61 


37 


14. Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 


36 


1 5. Kennv Dutton. 1 967-69 


32 


Fred Cooper 1964-66 


32 


17. Bobby Collins, 1964-66 


31 


18. Richie Harris. 1988-92 


30 



Joe Petruzzo. 1950-51 


30 


20. Rick Badaniek. 1982-85 


27 


Ronnie Waller 1951-54 


27 


PURT RGTURRS - SUaSOR 

1 . Steve Suter (So.j, 2002 


56 


2. Bob Smith (Jr|, 1973 


40 


3, Guilian Gary (SoL 1999 


35 


Larry Marshall (Sri, 1971 


35 


5. Mike HopsonlSo.l. 1990 


34 


6. Dean Richards (JrL 1977 


32 


7. Richie Harris (Sr|, 1992 


30 


8. LarryMarshall (JrL 1970 


28 


Bob Shemonski IJrL 1950 


28 


10. Keeta Covinqton (So. 1, 1984 


26 


11. Lloyd Burruss (JrL 1978 


25 


12. Mike Lewis (JrL 1981 


24 


13. Bob Smith (So.L 1972 


23 


14. Steve Trimble (SrL 1980 


22 


15. Bren Lowery (Sr|. 1989 


21 


Kenny Roy (Jr|, 1 975 


21 


17. Rick Badaniek (So.j, 1983 


20 


18. Steve Trimble (JrL 1979 


19 


Kennv Rov (SrL 1976 


19 


Jim Brechbiel (SrL 1975 


19 


Bob Smith (Sr), 1974 


19 


PURT RBTURR UaRUS - CaRBBR 

I. Bob Smith. 1972-74 


899 


2. Steve Suter 2001 -present 


774 


3. LarryMarshall, 1969-71 


656 


4, Guilian Gary, 1998-2001 


577 


5. Keeta Covinqton, 1983-86 


528 


6. Bob Shemonski 1949-51 


496 




2001 ACC CHAMPIONS 



^^P^:2^ 


!HI '-M^ 


Bob Smith holds records for most purtt returns and 
punt return yards in a career. 

7. Joe Petruzzo, 1950-51 457 


8. MikeHopson, 1989-91 


356 


9. Ronnie Waller 1951-54 


349 


10. BrenLowery, 1986-89 


334 


11. Steve Trimble, 1976-80 


333 


12. KenSchroy 1972-74 


316 


13. Jim Davidson, 1959-61 


296 


14. Jermaine Lewis. 1992-95 


288 


15. Tom Brown, 1960-62 


287 


16. Dean Richards, 1975-78 


286 


17. Kenny Roy 1973-76 


278 


18. Bobby Collins, 1964-66 


275 


19. Rick Badaniek, 1982-85 


271 


20. Dick Nolan, 1951-53 


266 


2002 CHICK- 


FIL-A PE 



PUHT RGTURR UaROS - SUaSOR 

1. Steve Suter (So.L 2002 


771 


2. BobSmith(Jr.L 1973 


420 


3. Bob Shemonski (JrL 1950 


408 


4 Larry Marshall (Sr), 1971 


375 


5. Guilian Gary (So.L 1999 


312 


6. Bob Smith (So.j, 1972 


308 


7. Joe Petruzzo (So.L 1950 


276 


8. Keeta Covinqton (So.L 1984 


274 


9 MikeHopson (So.L 1990 


240 


10. Rick Badaniek (So.L 1983 


223 


11. Bren Lowery (Sri, 1989 


213 


12. Jim Brechbiel (Sr|, 1975 


206 


Ken Schroy (Sr.L 1974 


206 


14. Ronnie Wader (SrL 1954 


199 


15. Tom Brown (JrL 1961 


194 



16. Dean Richards (JrL 1977 



Larry Marshall (JrL 1970 



18. Joe Petruzzo (JrL 1951 



19. Bo b Smith (SrL 1974 



20. Uoyd Burruss (JrL 1978 



Jim Davidson (JrL 1960 



192 
192 
181 
171 
169 
169 



UaRDS PGR PURT RGTURR - CaRGGR 

Minimum 20 R eturns 

1. Joe Petruzzo, 1950-51 



15.23 



2. Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 



3 Steve Suter. 20 1 -present 

4 Ronnie Wa ller 1951-54 
5. KenSchroy, 1972-74 



13.7 8 
13.58 



12.93 



12.64 



6. John Idzik. 1948-50 



12.38 



L Jermaine Lewis, 1 992-95 



12.00 



8. 


Bob Smith. 1972-74 


10.96 


9. 


Jim Brechbiel 1972-75 


10.24 


10. 


Orlando Strozier 1 993-96 


10.042 




Rick Badaniek, 1982-85 


10.037 




LarryMarshall, 1969-71 


9.79 




Bobby Collins, 1964-66 


8.87 




Keeta Covinqton, 1983-86 


8.80 




BrenLowery, 1986-89 


8.79 



8.00 



17, Guilian Ga ry, 1998-2001 



7.69 



18, MikeHo pson. 1989-91 



19, Kenny Roy, 1973-76 

20. Howie Dare, 1954-57 



6.98 
6.95 



6.90 



ACH BOWL CHAMPIONS 




2 3 



uaiiox POii PUD 


I RHTunn - 

1950 


- soason 


1. JW 


21.23 


l_ Rdv 


1954 
1950 


15.31 


L Bor 


14.57 


4 Stf. 


■02 


13.76 


5 


'2 


13 39 


6 


1995 


12.67 


7 


!979 


11.25 


8 


1983 


11.15 


9 


1975 


10.84 


1(1 


1971 


10.71 


|: 


951 


10.65 


i; 


1960 


10.56 


1' 


1 1.1984 


10.54 




•3 


10.50 




1996 


10.50 




Ltrry Uinhall is third on the all-time list for punt 
return yards in a career. 




\ 



y 



Steve Suter became the eighth player in NCAA 
history with four punt returns for touchdowns in a 
single season on his way to an ACC-record 771 
punt return yards in 2002. 

16. Orlando Strozref |Ff.|, 1993 10.46 



17. 


Bren Lowery (Sr.l. 1989 


10.14 


18 


Fred Cooper Un, 1965 


9.25 


19 


Bob Smith ISrl. 1974 


9.00 


20 


GuilanGarvlScl. 1999 


8.91 


PUHT RBT FDR TOUGHDOIUR 

1. Steve Sutef. 2001 Hsnesent 


- CaRBBR 

4 


2. 


Bob Smith, 1972-74 


3 


3 


Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 


2 




Ronnie Waller, 1951-54 


2 


PURT RBT. FOR TOUGHDOIUR - SOaSOR 

1 Steve Suter (Sol. 2002 Ties NCAA Record 4 


2. 


Bob Smith Llr.|, 1973 


2 


3. 


Molavers 


1 


(last time: Jermame Lewis, 66 vs. NC State, 1 9951 




au-TimRBmos 



Am 

Year 

1947 


nual Leaders 

Player No.-Yds 


Avg. 


Vernon Siebert 


8-101 


12.62 


1948 


Jamei LiRue 


9-124 


13.77 


1949 


James LaRue 


8-138 


17.25 


1950 


Joe Petruzzo 


13-276 


21.23 


1951 


Joe P' - — 


17-181 


10.65 


1952 


Bern- 


8-109 


13.62 


1953 


Chel H^nul^' 


10-163 


16.30 


1954 


Ronnie Waller 


13-199 


15.31 


1955 


Ed Vereb 


1061 


8.10 


1956 


Ted Kershner 


9-41 


4.55 


1957 


Howard Dare 


1049 


4.90 


1958 


Bob Rusevlyan 


3-25 


8.33 


1959 


Dwayne Fletcher 


7-77 


11.00 


I960 


Jim Davidson 


16-169 


10.56 


1961 


Tom Brown 


8-194 


24.25 


1962 
1963 
1964 


Kenny Ambrusko 


9-167 


18.55 


Darrvl Hill 


16-115 


7.18 


Darryl Hill 


6-36 


6.00 


1965 


Ffed Cooper 


16-148 


9.25 


1966 


Bobby Collins 


18-160 


8.89 


1967 
1968 


Bob Haley 


8-125 


15.62 


Kenny Dutton 


16-107 


6.68 


1969 


Tony Greene 


14^3 


3.07 


1970 


Larrv Marshall 


28-192 


6.85 


1971 


Larry Marshall 


35-375 


10.71 


1972 


Bob Smith