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Atlantic Coast Conference Champions 

Final Ranking: #11 (AP)/#10 (ESPN/WM Todati 

First-ever Bowl Championship Appearance (Orange Bowl) 

Ralph Friedgen consensus National Coach ot the Year 

E.l. Henderson named a Butkus Award Finalist and 
Bruce Perry named a Doak Walker Award Finalist 

A league-best seven players named first team AII-ACC 



■ Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Champions 

■ Final Ranking: #13 (AP and ESPN/tfSA Todai/i 

■ Beat perennial power Tennessee, 30-3. for the school's first 
bowl win since 1985 

■ Second 11-win season in school history 

■ E.l. Henderson named winner of the Butkus 



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I First team in ACC history to win 10 games after starting 0-2 

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l A league-best 10 players selected first or second team AH-flCC 

l Five players drafted by NFi teams, seven others signed 
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This Is Maryland Football 

2003 Schedule 

Table of Content; 2 

The Maryland Philosophy . 

Terp Football ... Get Into It 6 

Peach Bowl 2002 

Honored Terps 1 

Fridge Fever 12 

University of Maryland 14 

Baltimore. Washington, Annapolis I 

In the Media Spotlight 

Gossett Team House 20 

TheACC 22 , 

Terps Quarterback Legacy 24 . ^ 

Terps' NFL Connection 26 I • 

From Walk On., To Front & Center 28 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach Ralph Friedgen 30 

Assistant Coaches 36 

Charlie Taaffe, Offensive Coordinator 36 

Gary Blackney, Defensive Coordinator 37 

Tim Banks, Inside Linebackers 38 

Tom Brattan, Offensive Line 39 

James Franklin, Wide Rec. /Recruiting Coord 40 

Bill O'Brien, Running Backs 41 

Ray Rychleski, Special Teams/Tight Ends & H-Backs . 42 

Al Seamonson, Outside Linebackers 43 

Dave Sollazzo, Defensive Line 44 

Football Support Staff 45 

2004 Season Outlook 

2004 Season Preview 50 

Preseason Depth Chart 55 

Alphabetical Roster 56 

Pronunciation Guide 57 

Numerical Roster 58 

Terps By State 60 

Personnel Breakdown 6 

Quick Facts 62 

2004 Terrapins 

Player Profiles 64 

Newcomer Profiles 97 

2004 Preseason Honors ] 02 

2003 Season Review 

2003 Review Notebook 1 04 I 

2003 Honors 107 I 

2003 Final Statistics 108 

Offensive Game-by-Game Stats 110 

Defensive Game-by-Game Stats Ill 

Team Game-by-Game Stats 112 

Season Superlatives 113 

2003 Participation Report 114 

Game-by-Game Starters 115 

Game-by-Game Capsules 11 6 

Atlantic Coast Conference 

About the Atlantic Coast Conference . 1 24 

2003 ACC Review 125 

2003 ACC Team Statistics 126 

2003 ACC Individual Statistics 127 

2003 ACC Players of the Week .... 1 28 

2004 Opponents 

Northern Illinois (Sept. 4| 1 30 

Temple (Sept. llj 131 

West Virginia |Sept. 18) 132 

Duke (Sept. 25| 133 

Georgia Tech (Oct. 9) 134 

NC State (Oct. I6| 135 

Clemson (Oct 23) 136 

Florida State (Oct. 30) 137 

Virginia (Nov. 6| 1 is 

Virginia Tech (Nov. I8| . . 139 




2004 Media Guide Credits 

The 2004 University of Maryland Football Media Guide was published I 
the Maryland athletic media relations office with the intent to serve all me 
and followers of Terrapin football. Additional copies may be purchased 
S20. Mail orders should include $3 for postage and handling. Call (30 1 ) 3 1 
7064 to order. 

The guide was written and edited by Greg Creese, assistant me 
relations director with assistance liom Doug Dull, associate athletics director 
for media relations. Layout and design by Jason rellin. publications coon* 
nator and associate media relations director. Cover design by Jor» 
Schaflhauser. 

Research and editorial assistance by Sean O Connor Amy Mulligan. Ashle 
Oberdorff, Brendan Dunn, Adam Zundell , Mary Smith, Julie Baronas an 
Pnyanka Shah 

Photography by Bill Vaughan, Urry French. John Studwell, John H Rek 
III. Dave Christianson. Bruce Schwareman. John Consoli. Bill Welch. Kai 
Merton Feron and NFL Photos 

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







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The University of Maryland is an equal opportunity institution with 
respect to both education and employment. The university does not 
discriminate on the basis of race, color, origin, sex or handicap in 
admission or access to. or treatment or employment in. its programs 
and activities as required by federal (Title VI. Title IX. Section 504) and 
state laws and regulations- Inquiries regarding compliance with Title VI 
f the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended. Title IX of the 1972 
Educational Amendment Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Art of 1 973. 
or related legal requirements should be directed to the Office of Human 
Relations. 1 130 Shriver Laboratory, East Wing, College Park, Maryland 
20742-4321; telephone— 301405-2838. Inquiries concerning the 
application of Section 504 and Part 34 of the C.ER. to the University of 
Maryland. College Park, Maybe directed to the Director, Disabled 
Student Services. 1 26 Shoemaker Hall. University of Maryland. College 
Park. Md. 20742; telephone-301-314-7682 (voice) or 301-314-7683 
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Wake Forest (Nov. 27) 140 

2004 Composite Schedule 141 

Bowl Championship Series Information 142 

2004 Bowl Schedule 143 

Maryland's Travel Itinerary 1 44 

All-Time History 

Annual Records & Finishes 1 46 

Ail-Time Composite Totals 147 

Coaching History 148 

Year-by-Year Results 149 

All-Time Series Results 1 56 

All-Time Series Records 1 59 

Terps in the Final Rankings 1 60 

All-Time Lettermen 161 

Postseason History 

Bowl Game Results 1 68 

Bowl Game Capsules 168 

All-Time Bowl Records 175 

Ranked Teams/Conference Champions 

Team Capsules 176 

1949 & 1951 176 ; 1975 & 1976 180 

1952 & 1953 ! 1978 & 1982 181 

National Champions .177 j 1 983 & 1 984 1 82 

1954 & 1955 178 ! 1985 & 2001 183 

1973 & 1974 179 I 2002 & 2003 184 

All-Time Records 

Rushing Records 1 86 

All-Purpose Records 1 90 

Passing Records 191 

Total Offense Records 194 

Receiving Records 1 95 

Scoring Records 1 98 

Punt Return Records 201 

Kickoff Return Records 203 

Punting Records 205 

Tackles/Sacks Records 206 

Interception Records 208 

Team Records 209 

Year-by-Year Team Statistics 210 

The Last Time 212 

Byrd Stadium 214 

Byrd Stadium Records 214 

Attendance Records 216 

All-Time Honors 

All-Americans 218 

Outstanding Award Winners 219 

Honorable Mention All-Americans 219 

ACC Special Honors 220 

AII-ACC Selections 220 

Academic All-Americans 221 

AII-ACC Academic Selections 221 

Terps in the Hall of Fame 222 

Maryland Team Awards 224 

Coaches' Awards 226 

LeFrak Scholarship 226 

Terps In The Pros 

Terps on 2003 NFL Rosters 228 

Terps in Other Pro Leagues 228 

All-Time Terps in the NFL 229 

Terp Coaches in the NFL 23 1 

First Round Draft Picks 232 

All-Time NFL Draft Picks 232 

NFL Players by Position 234 

Frank Reich: The King of Comebacks 236 

University of Maryland 

University of Maryland 238 

Distinguished AJumni 240 

President CD. Mote Jr. 241 

Athletics Director Deborah A. Yow 242 

Athletics Administration 244 

Academic Support & Career Development 248 

Undergraduate Programs 249 

Strength & Conditioning 250 

Sports Medicine 25 1 

Terrapin Club 252 

Major Gifts and Fundraising 253 

The M Club 253 

Athletics Department Staff 254 

Athletics Department Coaches 256 

Terps on Radio 257 

Media Information 258 

Staying in College Park 259 

Covering the Terps 260 




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

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

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

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\ We will apply the lessons learned through football into our daily lives. We will learn to be accour 
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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^ I 

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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. 

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Maryland, we're all behind you. 
Wave high the black and gold, 
For there is nothing half so glorious 
As to see our men victorious. 
We've got the team, boys, 
We've got the steam, boys, 
So keep on fighting, don't give in! 
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Perhaps never in the history of 
Maryland Athletics has a coach 
overseen a more immediate and 
dramatic turnaround of his 
team's fortunes than Ralph 
Friedgen, the consensus 
national Coach of the Year in 
2001, who has the 7th-most 
number of wins by a head 
coach in the first three years of 
his career in NCAA history. 

Friedgen's rookie season 
included an ACC title, a BCS 
appearance in the FedEx 
Orange Bowl, and a final 

I ranking of No. 10... Maryland 
finished each of the last two 
seasons by winning 1 of its 
last 1 1 games, including 
dominating performances in 

I postseason bowls (30-3 over 
Tennessee in the 2002 Chick-fil- 

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| West Virginia in the 2004 
Toyota Gator Bowl). 

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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does see them, they see 
them a step too late. 
More important, Ralph 
has the skill to teach what 
he sees to his players. 

You always hear about 
great middleweights who 
are pound for pound' the 
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to smaller men. Ralph is not 
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The University of 
Maryland made its third 
bowl trip in as many 
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play West Virginia University in 
the 2004 Toyota Gator Bowl. 
For the second straight year, the 
Terps saved one of their best 
efforts for a national TV 
audience and the postseason, 
as they beat West Virginia, 41-7. 

Maryland fans continued to 
show their ability to travel with 
their Terps, as more than 
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three seasons. Only three 
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postseason success. 

The Terps' last two 
postseason victories have 
been by a combined 71-10 
score, with victories over 
nationally prominent schools 
such as Tennessee and West 
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2003, the most of any conference school. 

Jp£ Maryland has had 28 AII-ACC selections under coach 
Ralph Friedgen, one more than the school had in the 
previous 1 7 years combined. In 2002, a school-record 
eight Terrapins earned first team AII-ACC honors. 



Terrapin football players have become 
more prominent nationally, earning recog- 
nition in a number of places before, 
during and after the last three seasons. 
In 2003, 1 7 different players were noted 
in preseason publications, weekly awards 
and postseason honors. 

)$$ In 2002, linebacker E.J. Henderson 
became Maryland's first national award 
winner in 28 years when he won the Dick 
Butkus Award as the nation's best collegiate 
linebacker, as well as the Chuck Bednarik Trophy, 
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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: 

<p| Expanded academic support and career 
development unit 

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Phase One of the 1 5,500 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. 

Phases Two and Three, just completed in the 
summer of 2004, include 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 also includes an enhanced 
entrance and lobby for the Gossett Team House that 
will showcase the progran tradition, importance and 
success. An impressive first impression for recruits and 
visitors, the entrance and lobby will highlight the rich 
past of Maryland football and will showcase the Terps' 
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beating the best previous home 
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Maryland has averaged more 
than 43,000 fans at home over 
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The Atlantic Coast Conference has a 
brand new look for the 2004-05 year, its 
52nd in existence. The new year brings 
the University of Miami and Virginia Tech into 
the storied conference, making the ACC one of 
the top leagues in all of college football. 

Jpjf Maryland and Miami are two of only five 
Division l-A teams to have won at least 1 
games in each of the past three years |Miami 35- 
3, Oklahoma 35-6, Texas 32-7, Maryland 31-8, 
Washington State 30-8J. 



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national championships, five titles since 1 990 
and nine national crowns overall since the 1 98 1 
season. 

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have played in five of the first six BCS National 
Championship games. 

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played in postseason bowl games a year ago. 
The league sent six teams to bowls in 200! and, 
in 2002, set an NCAA record for the percentage 
of teams in a conference making the postseason 
when seven of the nine teams received invita- 
tions. 

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3,000,000 in total attendance in 2003 and for 
the fourth-straight year, the league set a new 
per-game average record at 51,842 per contest. 

)5tf The ACC remains the nations all-time 
winningest conference in bowl play with a 97- 
83-5 record (.538). The SEC and Pac-10 are tied 
for second at .518. 

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postseason play, including a 5-1 bowl mark in 
2003. The ACC is the only conference to have a 
winning bowl record in each of the past three 
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The ACC's bowl tie-ins for the 2004 season: 

Mazda Tangerine Dec. 21, 2004 Orlando, Fla. 

MPC Computers Dec. 27, 2004 Boise, Idaho 

Continental Tire Dec. 30, 2004 Charlotte, N.C. 

Chick -fil-A Peach Dec. 31, 2004 Atlanta, Ga. 

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SPOTLIGHT 



PIP YOU KNOW? 

y^f Playing for the Terps means competing in the nations 
fourth-largest media market. 

^ The Terps are covered extensively by two of the nations 
top 1 newspapers: the Washington Post and the 
Baltimore Sun. 

X3f USA Today, the nations newspaper, is headquartered 
less than 20 miles from Byrd Stadium. 

%i 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 26th year as Voice of the Terps. 

YM 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 the University of Maryland. 

Ym£ 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. 

yM The Atlantic Coast Conference was cleared on more 
than 295 radio stations during the 2003 season, totaling 
more than 500 hours of live game coverage. 

y$: 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. Two Terp 
games for 2004 have already been tabbed for national 
coverage by ESPN. 

$$ 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. 

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unique insider's views of the Terrapin football program, 
making it the top coaches' web site in college football. 

#ss The Ralph Friedgen Show, featuring the popular 
Terrapins football coach, airs weekly on Comcast 
SportsNet, one of the top regional sports 
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eginning with Marylandis first-ever NFL draft 
pick in 1 937 and continuing in 2000 with 
Frank Wychecks 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, nearly 1 50 Terrapins have gone on to 
play professionally following their Maryland careers. 

DID YOU KNOW? 

$$ Maryland has had 1 85 National Football League 1 
Draft choices since 1 937, fourth-most among Atlantic \ 
Coast Conference schools. 

<f§.< Twelve Terrapins have been taken in the first round 
of the NFL draft, including a pair of No. 2 overall selec- 
tions in quarterback Jack Scarbath (1953) and 
defensive lineman Randy White (1975). 

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

^ 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). 



7 former Terrapins were on NFL rosters at the end 
of the 2003 season. 



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 third season as head coach of the Minnesota 
Vikings. 

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





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has been noticed by 
scouts and coaches at the 
| top level of the game. There were 12 
players from the Terps' Gator Bowl- 
champion squad in 2004 NFL camps, 
including five who were selected in 
the NFL Draft. 

The five Terrapins picked in the 
2004 NFL Draft were the most since 
1 988 and the most since the draft was 
shortened to seven rounds. Maryland 
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Eric Barton, LB - Oakland Raiders 



Melvin Fowler, OL - Cleveland Browns 
E J. Henderson, LB - Minnesota Vikings 
Eric Hicks, DE - Kansas City Chiefs 
Charles Hill, NT - Chicago Bears 
Shaun Hill, QB - Minnesota Vikings 
Kris Jenkins, DT - Carolina Panthers 
LaMont Jordan, TB - New York Jets 
Jermaine Lewis, WR - Jacksonville Jaguars 
James Lynch, FB - Minnesota vikings 
Neil O'Donnell, QB - Tennessee Titans 
Eric Ogbogu, DE - Dallas Cowboys 
Tony Okanlawon, CB - San Diego Chargers 
Lewis Sanders, DB - Cleveland Browns 
Chad Scott, CB - Pittsburgh Steelers 
Al Wallace, DE - Carolina Panthers 
Todd Wike, OG - Oakland Raiders 



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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 brief look at some of the Terps' most celebrated 
signal-callers: 



JACK SCARBATH [1 950-52) — Maryland's split T quarterback was runner-up 
to Billy Vessels for the Heisman Trophy and was a unanimous All-America 
selection in 1952. Named Sport magazines "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 244-1 with Scarbath as QB, including 1 0-0 in 
1 95 1 . He went on to become Marylands second first-round draft pick, going to 
Washington in 1953. 

DICK SHINER 1 1961-63) —An honorable mention AILAmerica selection in 
1 962, Shiner was a three-year starter for the Terps. He was a two-time first team 
AMCC choice who helped lead the Terps to a 21-1 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 (1 972-74) — 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 (314) 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 All-American 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 14 seasons 
in pro football. In 1988, he was named the leagues MVP and led his Cincinnati 
Bengals to Super Bowl XXIII against the San Francisco 49ers. 

FRANK REICH |1 983-84) - Best known for leading the Buffalo Bills back 
from a 32-point deficit in the 1 992 NFL playoffs against Houston, he also 
commanded the greatest comeback in the college game as well. On Nov. 1 0, 
1 984, Reich replaced Stan Gelbaugh at halftime against No. 6 Miami (Fla.) down 
31-0. Thirty minutes later, Maryland pulled off the miracle upset, 4240, 
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 / 

STAN GELBAUGH 1 1 984-85) - He played behind Boomer V ^_ 
Esiason and Frank Reich before moving into the 
Terps' starting lineup in 1 984 when Reich went 
down with a shoulder injury. Gelbaugh 
stepped in to lead Maryland to four wins 
and a narrow one-point loss on the road 
to Penn State. The following season, the 
anticipation of Gelbaugh's return brought 
the Terps a preseason No. 1 ranking by 
Sport magazine. The Terps went on to win 
the ACC title and a Cherry Bowl champi- 
onship in '85. He served a pair of NFL clubs, 
the Buffalo Bills and Seattle Seahawks. 

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

SCOn MILANOVICH (1993-95) - He left campus as 
one of the most decorated Terrapin QBs ever. In fad, Milanovich 
still owns or shares 3 1 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 ■2??**'^^ 
agent by former Terrapin Mike Tice, currently the head {if < J 
coach of the Minnesota Vikings, and stayed with the v "^ 

squad as their third-team QB. Hill spent the spring of tcSME5^ 
2003 with the NFL Europe Amsterdam Admirals, 
where he threw for 2,256 yards and 1 3 touch- 
downs. 

SCOTT MCBRIEN |2002-2003| -After 
> entering the 2002 season still competing 
for a starting job, few had hopes for Scott 
McBrien as high as the goals he would 
accomplish in his two years as a 
Maryland starter. The southpaw 
transfer from West Virginia led the 
Terrapins to 21 wins in his two years 
as a starter - most by any Terp QB ir 
two years - and was named most valuable 
player of the Peach and Gator Bowls. A free 
agent signee of the Packers in 2004, McBrien 
left Maryland third all-time in yards (5, 169), 
third in TD passes (34) and first in pass efficiency 
(I42.03| for his career. 






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There is no better place to be than the University of Maryland, 
College Park. With its top-ranked academic programs, 
nationally recognized faculty, diverse population, and lush 
1,580-acre campus located between Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, 
Md., it's no wonder the University of Maryland is a sought-after desti- 
nation for some of the state's — and the country's — best and brightest 
students. 

Attracting them are some 1 1 1 majors and some of the highest-ranked 
programs in the country. As of 2003, 68 programs rank in the Top 25 
nationally among public universities, and 50 programs are in the Top 1 5. 
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, Mathematical 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 opportu- 
nities 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. 

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In its first-ever ranking of inter- 
collegiate 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 
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City lights, history, 
sparkling waterfronts, 
monumental landscapes. 
Jazz, film festivals, marches and 
demonstrations. Shopping, 
professional sports, regattas on 
the Chesapeake Bay. Not just one 
city, but three. Not just any city, 
but the nation's capital, a major 
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WASHINGTON, D.C. 

The nation's capital and its major attractions are within 1 
miles of Byrd Stadium. And the highly efficient Metro rail 
system, with a station at the campus doorstep, makes 
navigating the greater Washington, D.C, area easy. 
Campus shuttle buses serve the College Park Metro 
station, allowing easy access to one of the country's 
model transportation systems. 

BALTIMORE 

The 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 world's great sea ports. 

ANNAPOLIS 

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

■ Arlington National 
Cemetery 

■ FDR Memorial 

■ Federal Bureau of 
Investigation 

■ Ford's Theatre 

■ Frederick Douglass 
Museum 

■ John F. Kennedy Center 
for the Performing Arts 

■ Library of Congress 

■ Lincoln Memorial 

■ MCI Center 

■ National Aquarium 

■ National Archives 

■ National Gallery of Art 



National Mall 
National Zoo 
Oriole Park at 
Camden Yards 
Pentagon 

Smithsonian Institution 
Supreme Court of the 
United States 
U.S. Capitol 
Union Station 
Vietnam Veterans 
Memorial 

Washington Monument 
Washington National 
Cathedral 
White House 




Important to any college 
program are walk-on 
players, who not only make 
a difference in aiding a teams 
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 
Towsonin 1993 and 1994, Scott 
W chose to walk on at Maryland, 
l< /% 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 1996. The rest 
is history. Scott was a first-round 
pick in the 1997 NFL Draft and, 
now, is chasing opponents and 
intercepting passes for the 
Pittsburgh Steelers. 

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 Arnngton, who walked 
on and was the Terps' leading 
receiver in 1 998, moving on to 
sign a free-agent contract with 
the San Francisco 49ers. 

The latest Maryland player id 
go from walk-on to standout is 
safety Madieu Williams, a transfer 
from Towson who became the 
first Terrapin picked in the 2003 
NFL Draft, going on the yjcond 
round to the Cincinnati Bengals. 




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Ralph Fnedgen, the first coach in Atlan- 
tic Coast Conference history to lead a team to 
three-straight seasons of 1 wins or more, 
enters his fourth year at the University of 
Maryland with a rapidly-growing reputation 
as one of the top coaches in the game. 

A long-time successful assistant 
coach at Georgia Tech, where he 
was credited with overseeing 
one of the nation's most po- 
tent offensive attacks, 
Fnedgen continues to build 
a new level of pride and 
glory to his alma mater's 
football program, guiding 
the Terps to a 31-8 record 
and a trio of major bowl ap- 
pearances - including two 
decisive wins — in his three 
seasons as a collegiate head 
coach. 

Not only are his 3 1 wins 
four more than any third-year 
coach in Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence history, his 31-8 start is 
the seventh-best in the history 
of Division l-A college football. 
Only one other coach since 
1978 [Miami's Larry Coker, 35- 
3) has posted as many wins in 
his first three years at the helm. 

The consensus national 
Coach of the Year in 2001 after 
leading Maryland to its first ACC 
championship since 1985, 
Friedgen and Company have 
now proved in back-to-back sea- 
sons that his 1 0-2 rookie cam- 
paign of 2001 was no one-hit 
wonder. The Terrapins have 
posted 2 1 wins in the last two 
years — including a school- 
record tying 1 1 wins in 2002 
— and dominating triumphs 
in the 2002 Chick-fil-A Peach 
Bowl (30-3 over Tennessee| 
and the 2004 Toyota Gator 
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over the last three seasons is one better 
than Maryland's win total in the six years 
prior to Fnedgen's arrival. 

By making its way to last season's 
Toyota Gator Bowl, Maryland made a third 
consecutive bowl appearance for the first 
time since playing in four consecutive 
postseason games from 1982-85. 

Long overlooked as a head-coach- 
ing candidate, the 1 970 Maryland gradu- 
ate was tapped as the Terps' head foot- 
ball coach following the 2000 season, 
and he wasted no time in return- 
ing the program to the glory days 
\ it achieved when Friedgen was an 
assistant to Bobby Ross in the 
1980s. 

Three years ago, in his first 
season as the Terps' grid boss, 
Maryland won its first seven 
games and eventually halted 
Florida State's reign as peren- 
nial ACC champion, earning 
the league's automatic berth in 
the Bowl Championship Series. 
In 2002, despite a I -2 start and with- 
out 1 9 seniors from the previous year, 
the Terps made their way back to a ma- 
jor bowl game, winning 10 of their 
last 1 1 games and finishing in a tie for 
second in the ACC. The 2003 campaign 
provided a bit of deja vu for Friedgen and 
the Terrapins as they again started 1-2, 



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"5ome people look at a football field and see hash marks and 
yard lines. Ralph Friedgen sees plays and patterns invisible to every 
other naked eye. And if anyone on defense does see them, they see 
them a step too late. More imponant, Ralph has the skill to teach what 
he sees to his players. " 

'You always hear about great middleweights who are "pound 
for pound" the best fighters in the world. That's meant as a compli- 
ment to smaller men. Ralph is not a small man, but pound for pound 
he's still the best offensive coach in the country. " 

— Ivan Maisel, ESPN.com 



and again ran off 1 wins in their final 1 1 games to earr 
a second New Year's bowl bid in three years. 

Named the winner of the Frank Broyles Award a: 
the top assistant coach in the country in 1 999 while ai 
Tech, Friedgen brought 32 years of assistant coaching ex 
penence - including 2 1 as an offensive coordinator eithei 
in college or the NFL - with him in his return to College 
Park. 

The 57-year-old Friedgen ^pronounced FREE-jun, 
owns the rare distinction of coordinating the offense foi 
both a collegiate national champion (Georgia Tech ir 
990) and a Super Bowl team (San Diego in 1994). 

Friedgen spent 20 seasons with Ross in coachinc 
stops at The Citadel, Maryland, Georgia Tech and the Sar 
Diego Chargers. He returned to Tech in 1 997, where he 
served another successful stint as offensive coordinatoi 
and quarterbacks coach under good friend George 
O'Leary. 

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degree in physical education, Fnedgen launched his 
coaching career as a graduate assistant before heading 
off to a triumvirate of jobs including stints at The Citadel 
| ] 973-79|, William &Mary[l 980) and Murray State 1 1 98 1 ). 
In 82, he returned to Maryland as offensive coordinator 
and offensive line coach under Ross, with Friedgen's ten- 
ure lasting until 1 986. During that stretch, the Terps cap- 
tured three consecutive ACC championships 1 1 983-85) and 
played in four bowl games. All told, the Terrapins were 
39-15-1 from 1982-86 and won two bowl games (the 
Sun Bowl in 1 984 and the Cherry Bowl in 1 985). It is the 
type of success Friedgen has re-instilled in the current 
group of Terrapins. 

The Ross-Friedgen connection began in 1 973, when 
Ross hired the former Maryland offensive lineman as de- 
fensive line coach at The Citadel. Fnedgen spent seven 
seasons at The Citadel, the last three as offensive coordi- 
nator and offensive line coach. Friedgen then worked one 
season 1 1 980) as offensive coordinator at William & Mary 
and one season 1 1 98 1 ) as assistant head coach at Murray 
State before Ross tapped him to be his offensive coordina- 
tor at Maryland in 1982. 

During his five-year stay at Maryland under Ross, 
Fnedgen was instrumental in the development of future 
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 



Division l-A Best 
Career Starts by Wins 



Walter Camp |Yale| 


1888-90 


41-2-0 


Georqe Woodruff (Pennsylvania) 


1892-94 


39-4-0 


Larry Coker* (Miami, Fla.l 


2001-03 


35-3-0 


Barry Switzer (Oklahoma! 


1973-75 


32-1-1 


Bill Battle (Tennessee| 


1970-72 


31-5-0 


John Robinson* (So. California! 


1976-78 


31-6-0 



Ralph Friedgen* (Maryla nd) 2001-03 31-8-0 



Dutch Meyer (TCUI 



1934-36 29-7-2 



Frank Leahy (Boston Coll./N. Dame) 1 9394 1 28-2-1 



Larry Siemering (Pacific) 



194749 28-2-2 



Bud Wilki nson (Okl ahomal 



1947-49 28-3-1 



Herb Deromeda (Central Michigan) 1978-80 28-4-1 



Tom Osborne (Nebraska) 



1973-75 28-7-1 



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Career Wins in Fourth- 
Year by an ACC Coach 



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ence history — begins 2004 needing five wins to set the 
record for wins by a fourth-year coach. 



1 . Danny Ford, Clemson 



1979-82 35-10-1 



2. Bobby Ross, Maryland 



1982-85 34-14-0 



Chuck Amato, NC State 



2000-03 34-17-0 



4. Lou Holtz, NC State 



1972-75 33-12-3 



5. DickCrum, UNC 



1978-81 32-12-3 



Ken Hatfield, Clemson 



1990-93 32-13-1 



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1986-95. 

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 1 1- 
0-1 record. The national title came just two years after the 
Jackets had posted back-to-back seasons of three wins or 
less. 

When Ross was named head coach of the San Di- 
ego Chargers in 1 992, he tapped Fnedgen 
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 Su- 
per Bowl for the first time in franchise his- 
tory. 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 of- 
fensive attacks with multiple looks, Tech 
was one of only two teams in the country 
in 1 999 to average at least 200 yards rush- 
ing and 200 yards passing. Tech also ac- 
complished the feat under Fnedgens guid- 
ance in 1990, '91 and '98. The 1999 
team, with the diminutive Joe Hamilton 



at quarterback, set 59 school records, rewriting many 
marks established by the 1 990 national championship 
team, which was led by another Friedgen pupil, Shawn 
Jones ( 1 989-92|. Fnedgen was a finalist for the Broyles 
Award as the nations top assistant coach in 1 998 when 
the Rambling Wreck set a then-school record with 50 
touchdowns. 

The first Maryland alum since Bob Ward (1967-68) 
to serve as the Terps' head football coach, Friedgen origi- 
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The thing that is most impressive to me about Ralph Friedgen is 
that he adapts to personnel changes and the shifts that you see in the 
course of a game unlike many coaches you will Find in the college 
game. He is a coach that gives you a secure feeling that — no matter 
how many players leave the program through graduation or through 
the NFL - this is a team that will never feel like it is rebuilding. That it 
will always be on a steady flow upward. 

"I think great leaders have a certain aura that you can't pinpoint 
and he is a tremendous leader because he gives such a secure, confi- 
dent feeling to the fans and anybody associated with the program 
that a solid job is going to be done and that Maryland is going to be in 
contention, year-in and year-out. " 
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'Those of us who watched Coach Friedgen for all those years as 
an assistant knew that if any school would finally have the good sense 
to hire him, he would be a dynamite head coach. His first three years 
at Maryland have certainly proven that to be true. 

"Everyone knew he had a brilliant offensive mind, but now Coach 
Friedgen has shown that he has the complete package of skills to make 
Maryland an annual contender for the ACC championship. Ralph 
Friedgen is the real deal. " 

—Tony Barnhart, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 



and spent most of his career as an offensive lineman, 
lettering in 1 966 and '68 and capturing Academic All- 
ACC honors. He was a two-time winner of the George C. 
Cook Memorial Award 1 1968-69) for having the highest 
academic average on the football team. 

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

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

"I think that has to be the mam focus of our recruit- 
ing," said Friedgen. ""We have to get the better players 
from the state. Not every player is meant to come to the 
University of Maryland, but a large portion of them should. 

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I know a lot of coaches in this area and 
they know me from the last time I was 
here, a lot of the coaches are former Mary- 
land players and I think it is time the Mary- 
land 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 
players to stay in state." 
Fnedgens coach- 
ing 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 unde- 
feated and averaged 44 points per game 
running what was then an unusual mul- 
tiple offense. It was an offense run by a 
1 90-pound quarterback later recruited by 
Maryland named Ralph Friedgen, Jr. 



younger Friedgen called all of his team's offensive plays 
from his junior year on 

Friedgen and his wife, the former Gloria Spina, have 
three daughters: Kelley. Kristina and Katie. Gloria is cur- 
rently serving as an adjunct professor at the University of 
Maryland, Kelley passed the bar and is currently in Ger- 
many on a law fellowship; Kristina is in her first year in 
the theater program at Maryland; and Katie is a student 
at Sherwood High School 



Maybe as a sign of things to come, the 



7 grew up watching Maryland football, first with Jerry Claiborne 
and then with Bobby Ross, and what Ralph Friedgen has done in 
three years is restore all of the luster to the program that those guys 
built. The tradition that they established, he took years of dust off of it 
and shined it probably brighter than when those great coaches were 
here. 

"I think that what is most exciting for all of us who are Terrapin 
fans is to see where it is that he takes the program from here. Because 
when he gets all of his guys in there"- look out. There is no reason to 
believe that Ralph can't take Terrapin football to heights it has never 
seen before. " 

— Scott Van Pelt, ESPN anchor and Maryland grad 




The Friedgen Family /clockwise from top middle): Gloria, Ralph, Kelley, Katie and Kristina. 



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Ralph Fnedgen and his wife, Gloria, meet President 
George W. Bush at the 2002 White House 
Correspondents Dinner. 




Ralph Friedgen with his former quarterback 
Boomer Esiason and son Gunnar prior to the 2002 
Kickoff Classic. 



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Personal 




Full Name 


Ralph Harry Fnedgen 


Date of Birth 


April 4, 1947 


Hometown 


Harrison, NY. 


Alma Mater 


Maryland, 70 



Family 



Pronunciation 



Wife, Gloria, daughters, Kelley |27|, 

Kristma|18], Katie 1 1 6) 

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Coaching Experience 

Years In Coaching (College Years) 
Maryland 

2001 
Georgia Tech 

1997-2000 



35|30J 



Head Coach 



Assistant Coach • 



Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 



San Diego Chargers 

1 994-96 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinat or, 

1 992-93 Assistant Coach ■ 

Running Game Coordinato r/H-Ba cks/Tiqht Ends 
Georgia Tech 

1987-91 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator/Quarterba cks 
Maryland 

1 982 -86 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Une 
Murray State 
1981 



Assistant Head Coach 



William & Mary 

1 980 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator 



The Citadel 

1977-79 



Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator 



1973-76 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 



Maryland 

1969-72 



Graduate Assistant 



Playing Experience 

Maryland 



1966, 1968 



Guard [2 letters) 



Coa ching Hon ors 



+200 1 Associated Press National Coach of the Year 
+2001 Home Depot National Coach of the Year 
+2001 Football News Coach of the Year 



+2001 Am erican Football Mont hly Coach of the Year 

+200 1 The Sporting News Coach of the Year 

+2001 Eddie Robinson/FWAA National Coach of the Year 
+2001 Bobby Dodd National Coach of the Year 
+2001 Walter Camp National Coach of the Year 
+2001 Washington D.C. Pigskin Club Natl Coach of 

the Year 

+2001 CNN/SI National Coach of the Year 
+2001 CBS Sportsline.com National Coach of the Year 
• 200 1 ABC Sports com National Coach of the Year 
+2001 ACC Coach of the Year 




Friedgen s Bowl History 

8-4 Overall, 2-1 as a head coach in bold 

[all as an assistant coach except lor 2001 -20031 _ 

1 982 — Aloha Bowl (Washington 2 1 , Maryland 20J 

1 983 - Citrus Bowl (Tennessee 30, Maryl.r \ 

1 9 84 — S un Bowl (Maryland 28, Tenness ee 27) 



19 85 — Che rry Bowl (Maryland 35, Syracuse 181 

1990 — Citrus Bowl (Georgia Tech 45. Nebra 

19 91 —Al oha Bowl (Georgia Tech 18, Stanford 1 7| 

19 97 — Carq uest Bowl (Georgia Tech 35, West Vi rginia 30) 

1 9 98 — Gator Bowl (Georgia Tech 35, Notre Dame 28) 

1999 — Gator Bowl |Miami 28, Georgia Tech 13) 

2001 — Orange Bowl (Florida 56, Maryland 23) 

2002 — Peach Bowl (Maryland 31, Tennessee 3) 

2003 — Gator Bowl (Maryland 41, West Virginia 7) 

Yearly Head Coaching Results 



2001 


10-2-0 (7-0, 3-1. 0-1) • ACC: 7-1-0, Champions 


SI North Carolina 


W 


23-7 


44,080 


S8 Eastern Michiqan 


w 


50 3 


42,105 


S22 at Wake Forest 


w 


27-20 


22,372 


S29 West Virginia 


w 


32-20 


40,166 


06 1251 (-1 Virqinia 


w 


41 21 


44 197 


Oil 1221 |15| at Georqia Tech 


w 


20-17 (ot| 


40,574 


O20 (121 (-1 Duke 


w 


59-17 


43,528 


027 1101 (181 at Florida State 


L 


31-52 


82,565 


N3 (151 |-| Troy State 


W 


47-14 


38,415 


NIO [131 1-1 Clemson 


W 


37-20 


52,462 


N17 [101 H at NC State 


W 


23-19 


51,500 


FedEx Orange Bowl 


J2 |6| |5| Florida' 


L 


23-56 


73,640 


1 at Miami. Fla. /Pro Plaver Stadium) 










2002 






11-3-0 16-1, 3-1, 1-11 ■ ACC: 6-2-0. T-2nd 


A25 [21| vs. Notre Dame' 


L 


0-22 


72,903 


S7 Akron 


W 


44-14 


48,057 


SI 4 Florida State 


L 


10-37 


51.758 


S21 E. Michiqan 


W 


45-3 


46,098 


S28 Wofford 


* 


37-8 


44 098 


05 at West Virqinia 


W 


48-17 


55,146 


017 Georqia Tech 


w 


34-10 


41,766 




w 


45-12 


23,451 




N2 at North Carolina 


w 


59-7 


44,000 


N9 |25| |l 4| NC State 


w 


24-21 


52,915 


N16 |19( at Clemson 


w 


30-12 


72,000 


N23 |18| at Virqinia 


L 


13-48 


58,358 


N30 [251 Wake Forest 


W 


32-14 


39,906 


Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl 


D3I |18| vs. Tennessee 2 


W 


30-3 


68,330 


' at East Rutherford. A/J. /Grants Stadium}: ' 
Dome) 


at Atlanta. Oa. IGeorgia 


2003 


10-3-0 (6-0. 3-3. 1-01 • ACC: 6-2-0. 2nd 


A28 II 51 at Northern Illinois L 


13-20 lot) 


28,018 


S6 llll at Florida State 


L 


10-35 


82,885 


SI3 The Citadel 


W 


61-0 


51,594 


S20 West virqinia 


W 


34-7 


51,973 




W 






S27 at E. Michiqan 


37-13 


19,628 


04 Qemson 


W 


21-7 


51,545 


Oil Duke 


W 


33-20 


50,084 


023 at Georqia Tech 


L 


3-7 


51.524 


Nl North Carolina 


W 


59-21 


51,195 


NI3 Virqinia 


w 


27-17 


51,027 


N22 at NC State 


w 


26-24 


53,800 


N29 at Wake Forest 


w 


41-28 


18.783 


Toyota Gator Bowl 


Jl [231 1201 vs. West Virqinia' 


w 


41-7 


78 392 


/ at Jacksonville. Fla. 



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TERP HIGHLIGHTS UNDER FRIEDGEN 



* A 3 1 -8 record, including the first back-to-back-to-back 1 0-win seasons in university history 
2001, 1 1-3 in 2002 and JO-3 in 2003). 

* A school record-tying 1 1 -victory season in 2002, when the Terps won 1 of their last 
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 Washington State - to have won as many as 1 games in each of the past three 
seasons. 

* Three consecutive years ranked among the nation's top 20 in both major national polls 
Maryland ended 2003 ranked 1 7th in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches' poll and 20th by the 
Associated Press A year ago, the Terps were ranked 1 3th in both polls and in 2001 the team 
finished 1 0th in the ESPN/USA Today poll and 1 1 th in the AP standings. It is the program's 
best three-year ranking finish since 1974-76 |when the Terps finished 13th, 13th and 
eighth). 

* Fnedgen, himself, is the most successful third-year coach in ACC history, with his 
31-8 mark eclipsing those of such former league mentors as Danny Ford and Lou 
Holtz. He also ranks seventh-best in NCAA Division l-A history. Only Miami's Larry 
Coker can mark a better mark of active coaches at the schools they achieved the 
mark. 

* Three-straight bowl appearances, including dominating wins in this year's 
Toyota Gator Bowl [41-7) and a 2002 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl victory over 
perennial national power Tennessee (a team ranked fifth in the two major 
preseason polls). The Terrapins also earned a BCS berth during the 2001 
campaign. 

* A 19-5 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 Semmoles joined the league, and a 6- 
2 mark and runner-up finish in 2002. 

* Nineteen wins in 20 games at Byrd Stadium, where the Terps had 
no less than 50,000 fans (a school record) at all six home games in 
2003. 

* The program's first major national 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 the Chuck Bednarik Trophy (nation's outstanding defensive player) in 2002. 

* Back-to-back school records in number of first team AII-ACC performers in 200 1 (7) and 2002 (8) and an ACC-best 1 3 overall all-conference honors. 

* Twenty-two 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 (200 1 ) in Maryland football history. 

* A school-record 27,300 season tickets sold for the 2003 campaign. 

* Back-to-back school scoring records (200 1 and 2002) and a two-year team scoring average of more than 33 points per game in those seasons. 

* Three-straight impressive season-long defensive performances in which the Terps have allowed just 18.0 points per game since he became head coach. 
Maryland finished sixth nationally in scoring defense in 2003, giving up just 15.8 points per game. 

* Eighteen national TV appearances, including a school-record eight showings in 2002. 





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FRIEDGEN THROUGH THE YEARS 




Friedgen /1 7) was the starting quarterback for Harrison High School 
in New York, playing under his father Ralph Friedgen. 





Friedgen as a student 
at Maryland in 1968. 




A high school quarterback, Freidgen Friedgen, winner of the 1 999 Frank Broyles Award 
spent most of his playing days at as the nation's top assistant coach, with 2000 win- 
Maryland on the offensive line. ner Mark Mangino, then an assistant at Oklahoma. 



Friedgen speaking at the 

Gator Bowl Press 

Conference. 




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




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Siena 73 



Fourth Year 
at Maryla nd 



Charlie Taaffe is in his fourth season as offensive coordina- 
tor and quarterbacks coach for the Maryland Terrapins. 

In Taaffe's first three years at Maryland, the Terrapins have 
seen unprecedented success on the offensive side of the ball Last 
season, Taaffe helped guide the Terps through a myriad of injury 
problems to finish the season ranked in the top 30 nationally in 
four offensive categories (rushing (24"|, total offense (28 th ), scor- 
ing |27 m | and pass efficiency |26 m ||. It was a season that began 
with some difficulty, but ended with Maryland rolling to an aver- 
age 514 6 yards of offense in its last five games. 

In 2002. the Terps set a school record for points scored 
with 45 1 while finishing second in the ACC in rushing ( 1 98.8 ypg| 
and scoring (32 2 ppg| offense Taaffe helped guide quarterback 
Scott McBnen from what seemed like a possible early season liabil- 
ity into an honorable mention all-league performer who finished 
12" nationally in pass efficiency. 

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 were tops 
in the ACC. 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 flourished 
at quarterback, becoming the leader of the offense en route to a 




Jan, Charlie and Brian Taaffe. 



second team AII-ACC selection 

Before making his way to Maryland, Taaffe spent two 
years with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football 
League, where he served as head coach in 1 999 and 2000. 
With Taaffe at the helm, the Alouettes had a combined 25-14 
record |back-to-back 1 2-6 regular seasons and a 1 -2 play- 
off record) and advanced to the 2000 Grey Cup fi- 
nals. 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 dis- 
tinction (Marv Levy being 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 Cana- 
dian Football Writers Association All together. 
Taaffe spent four years in Montreal, as he served 
two years as the Alouettes offensive coordina- 
tor before taking over ai head coach. 

While in Canada, Taaffe's offenses put up 
some lofty numbers. In 2000, the Alouettes broke I 
the all-time league record for points in a regular , 
season as they posted 594. Taaffe helped quarter- r 
back Anthony Calvillo to a 112 9 pass efficiency 
rating in 2000 after a 1 08.9 rating led the league. 
Former Boston College back Mike Pnngle also ex- 
celled in Taaffe's system, as he ran for a league-best 
1,656 yards in 1999. 

Prior to his stint north of the border, Taaffe 
was the head coach at The Citadel from 1 987-96 
Taaffe took the Bulldogs to new heights in his 1 years 
with the Division l-AA school as he won more games 
than any coach in the history of the school Prior to his 
tenure. The Citadel had not won a league game or road 
game in more than two seasons. Under Taaffe, the Bull- 
dogs won a Southern Conference 
championship, finished a regular season 
1 1992| ranked No I in the country and 
advanced to the Division l-AA playoffs three 
times. He was the 1 992 recipient of the Eddie 
Robinson Award |which recognizes the top 
coach in Division l-AA), the Southern Confer- 
ence Coach of the Year in 1 988 and 90, 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 1 990) and 
Arkansas 1 1 992), and four of his teams were 
ranked in the final national l-AA poll ( 1 4th in 
1988, 15th in 1990; 20th in 1991; 1st in 
1992). 

His 1 992 team was arguably the best 
in The Citadels history as it finished 1 1 -2, was 
the top ranked team at the end of the regu- 
lar season, and fell to the eventual champ 
(Youngstown State) in the quarterfinals. For 
his efforts in '92, Taaffe was named AFCA 
Division l-AA National Coach of the Year. His 
overall record at The Citadel was 5547-1, 
with six seasons of 500 or better. 

Taaffe came to The Citadel after a suc- 
cessful stmt as an offensive assistant at the 
US Military Academy from 1981-86. In the 
three years Taaffe served as Armys offensive 
coordinator, the Cadets had a combined 
record of 23-13. 

Taaffe's ties to the Atlantic Coast Con- 





ference are strong. Before his stint at The Citadel, Taaffe 
coached at three different ACC schools for a total of 
seven years. From 1 976-80, he was an assistant at 
Virginia where he coached the offensive backfield. 
linebackers and special teams. His position with the 
Cavaliers came on the heels of graduate assistant- 
ships with NC State ( 1 975, backs) and Geor- 
gia Tech (1974, receivers). 

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

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



Perso na l 

April 20. 1950 



Date of Birth 



Albany, NY 



Siena College, 73 



Pronunciation 



TAFF 



Coaching Experience 

Maryland 



2001- 



Assistant Coach - 
Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach 



Montreal Alouettes (CFL) 

1999-2000 

1997-98 



Head Coach 
Offensive Coordinator 



Head Coach 



The Citadel 

1987-96 

U.S. Military Academy 

1981-86 Assistant Coach - 

Offensive Coordinator Quarterbacks, Offensive Backfield 



Virginia 

1976-80 Assistant Coach - 
Offensi ve Backfield, Unebackers, Special Teams 



NC State 

1975 



Graduate Assistant - Offensive Backs 



Georgia Tech 

1974 



Graduate Assistant - Wide Receivers 



Albany |N.Y.) 

1973 



Assistant Coach ■ Offensive Backfield 



Playing Experience 

Siena 



1970-72 


Ouarterback 


Clemson 

1969 


Quarterback 



Recruiting Areas 



Maryland ICaroline, Cecil, Dorchester, Harford, Kent. Queen 
Anne's, Somerset. Worchester and Wicomico counties|, upstate 
New York, Canada, Massachusetts and Rhode Island 



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Connecticut '67 
Fourth Year 
at Maryland 



Gary Blackney is in his fourth season as the Terrapins defen- 
sive coordinator and secondary coach. 

In three seasons, Blackney has taken the Maryland defense 
and transformed it from a liability to one of the best units in the 
nation In each of his three years, the Terps have finished the season 
in the nation's top 20 in scoring defense. In fact, only one school 
(Georgia) has finished higher than Maryland in the NCAA rankings 
each of those three years 

Last season, the Terp defense was the rock while the offense 
took a few games early to get on track. In the end, the team finished 
ranked in the nations top 25 in pass efficiency defense [ 1 7th, 1 05.86|, 
total defense ( 1 5th. 308 4 ypg|, scoring defense (sixth, 15 9 ppg] 
and pass defense 1 1 2th, 1 79 ypg|. The unit placed five players on 
the conferences first or second team and had all four defensive backs 
earn some sort of all-conference recognition. 

In 2002, the Terrapin defense ranked first in the ACC and seventh 
nationally in sconng, allowing a paltry 16 3 points per game In addition. 



Personal 



Date of Birth 



Hometown 



December 10, 1944 



Plamview, NY 



Alma Mater 



Connecticut, '67 



Coac hing Experience 



Maryland 

200 1 - Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator/Secondary 



Bowling Green 

1991 -2000 
Ohio State 

1988-90 



Head Coach 



Assistant Coach - Inside Linebackers 



1985-87 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 



1984 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 



Syracuse 
198053 



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 

Brown 

1970-72 



Assistant Coach - Offensive Backs 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 



Connecticut 
1968-69 



Graduate Assistant 



Playing Experien ce 

Connecticut 

1 965-66 Running Back/Defensive Back 



Recruitin g Areas 



Maryland |Allegany. Carroll, Fredenck, Garrett and Washington 
counties!, Delaware and Eastern Ohio 



(he Maryland rushing and passing defense each ranked in the 
top three in the league while the team was second in the 
conference in sacks (37) and red-zone defense 

Under Blackney's guidance in 2001. the Ter- 
rapin defense led the ACC in scoring defense (19.1 
ppg). rushing defense (90.6 ypg) and sacks (37) In ad 
dition. the Terps were second nationally in intercep- 
tions (24) and tied for seventh in turnovers forced 
with 34 The 24 interceptions were the most by a 
Maryland team in 5 1 years. 

Prior to coming to Maryland, Blackney 
most recently served as the head coach at Bowl- 
ing Green State University. He resigned his post 
following the final game of the 2000 season after 
10 successful years with the program and an 
overall record of 60-50-2 (47-32-2, Mid-Amen- 
can Conference) The BGSUjob was his first as a 
head coach and his 60 wins as a Falcon ranked 
third on the school's all-time list when he took the 
Maryland job 

Blackney left Bowling Green as the only 
coach in school history to win a bowl game, as he 
led the Falcons to victories in the 1991 California 
Raisin Bowl (28-2 1 over Fresno State) and the 1 992 
Las Vegas Bowl (35-34 over Nevadal With 1 1 wins in 
1 99 1 and 1 in 1 992, he is the only coach in BGSU his- 
tory 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 Bowling 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 1991 season was Blackney's first as a head coach, 
and with 1 1 wins that year, he tied an NCAA record for most 
wins by a first-year head coach. In fact his career at Bowling 
Green began with a MAC-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 playing field for Blackney. To 
date, he is the only coach from the MAC to have his recruit- 




' 




mg classes receive the American Football Coaches Association Aca- 
demic Achievement Award (70 percent or better graduation rate) 
i each year of the awards existence. His first recruiting class (1991- 
92} finished with one of the top marks in the nation at 93 
percent 

Prior to taking over at Bowling Green, 
Blackney was an assistant coach for 2 1 years. After 
serving as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, Con- 
necticut, in 1968 and '69, he got his first full-time position 
in 1970 as a defensive backs coach at Brown He then 
spent two seasons (1 973-74) as offensive backs coach 
at Rhode Island. 

From there his stint serving big-ome programs 
began, often alongside some big-time coaching 
names. From 1 975-77, he was a de- 
fensive backs coach and ultimately 
defensive coordinator 1 1 977) at Wis- 
consin After three years with the Bad- 
gers, he moved to the West Coast and 
UCLA where he worked as a defensive backs coach un- 
der Terry Donahue In 1 980, Blackney came back east to 
Syracuse where he held the same post from 1980-83 
under Dick MacPherson His final coaching spot before 
Bowling Green was at Ohio State where he began his 
tenure in 1 984 as a defensive backs coach under Earle 
Bruce and ended as an inside linebackers coach from 
1 988-90 under John Cooper In between ( 1 985-87|, he 
was the Buckeyes' defensive coordinator 

Of all of his positions, however, none had the 
eventual name power that could match that of his play- 
ing days at Connecticut. In Storrs, he was on a team that 
featured names such as Rick Forzano, current South Caro- 
lina coach Lou Hole, former Cleveland Browns head coach 
Sam Rutigliano, as well as eventual NFL assistants Dave 
Adolph and Dan Sekanovich. 

A 1967 graduate and former running back/defen- 
sive back at UConn, Blackney is a native of Plamview, N Y, 
and was born in Astoria, NY He and his wife, Lauretta, 
have four children (Debbie. David. Kyle and Gary Jr.] 
and four grandchildren (Ken, Jamie, Abby and Celia|. 





Gary Blackney with granddaughters Celia, Abby, Jamie and Keri. 



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Central 
Mic higan '95 
Second Year 
at Mar yland 



Tim Banks enters his second season at the University 
of Maryland, serving as the Terrapins' inside linebackers 
coach after joining the staff in 2003. Banks came to Col- 
lege Park from the University of Memphis. 

In his first season with the Terps, Banks helped coach 
a linebackmg unit that was one of the keys to the 2003 
season. In his first year as a starter, D'Qwell Jackson suc- 
cessfully replaced departed Butkus Award winner EJ, 
Henderson by leading the team in tackles and being named 
second team all-conference. Overall, the Terp defense was 
15" nationally in total defense |303.4 ypg| and sixth in 
scoring defense |I5.9 ppg) 

Banks joined the Tiger staff when former Clemson 
head coach Tommy West took the reins of the Memphis 
program in 01 . He oversaw outside linebackers in his first 
season in Memphis before taking over as cornerbacks coach 
for the 2002 campaign. In his first season coaching 
cornerbacks, the Tigers finished ninth in Division l-A in pass 
defense, allowing an average of just 165.8 yards per game. 

Now entering his ninth year of coaching at the 
collegiate level, Banks is another Terrapin coach with ties 
to the current staff. Prior to his being hired at Memphis, 
Banks served as defensive backs coach at Bowling Green 
State under current Terp defensive coordinator Gary 



Personal 



Date of Birth 
Hometown 
Alma Mater 



December 16, 197! 



Detroit, Mich. 



Central Michigan, 95 



Coaching Experience 



Maryland 
2003- 



Assistant Coach - Inside Linebackers 



Memphis 

2002 



Assistant Coach - Cornerbacks 



2001 



^Assistant Coach - Outside Linebackers 



Bowling Green 

2000 
1 999 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 
Assistant Coach - Running Backs 



Ferris State 
1997-98 
Bowling Green 

1996 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 



Graduate Assistant - Defense 



Playing Experic 

Central Michigan 
1991-94 



Cornerback 



Recruiting Areas 



Central Florida, Detroit (Mich J and Georgia 




Blackney. Like his first season coaching 
cornerbacks at Memphis, Banks' first season 
coaching defensive backs at Bowling Green of- 
fered immediate results as the Falcons tripled 
their interception total from the previous 
year. 

In addition to coaching 
under Blackney, Banks 
also served alongside 
current Terp assistant 
Al Seamonson, who 
was the Falcons' 
linebackers coach in 
2000. All told. Banks 
spent two years as a full 
time coach at BGSU 
both during the Blackney re- 
gime — serving one ( 1 999) as a run- 
ning backs coach and the other (2000) 
in charge of the defensive 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 
completing his collegiate playing ca- 



reer After serving that season working with the Falcons 
defense, he was hired to his first full-time post, coach- 
ing defensive backs at Ferris 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 1 995 with a bachelor 
of science degree in industrial man- 
agement. In his time with the 
Chippewas, Banks earned All-Mid- 
Amencan Conference honors as a 
junior and a senior while also being 
named his teams most valuable defen- 
sive back 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 Detroit, Mich. He and his 
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Delaware '72 
Fourth Year 
at Maryland 

Tom Brattan is in his fourth season as the Terps' offensive 
line coach. He boasts 32 years of coaching experience, including 
22 at the collegiate level. 

Brattan is coming off one of his most challenging, yet re- 
warding seasons as a collegiate coach. The 2004 Terrapin offen- 
sive line suffered through injury after injury - specifically at the 
guard position - but Brattan continued to field a unit that fought 
and clawed until the Maryland offense got on track. In the end, 
guard C.J. Brooks was named first team AII-ACC, and center Kyle 
Schmitt had his best season, earning a spot on the watch list for 
this years Rimington Award Igiven to the nation's top center). De- 
spite the early injury trouble, the Terps finished the season allow- 
ing just 20 sacks while ranking second in the league and 24th 
nationally in rushing offense 1 1 9 1 .3 ypg| . 

In 2003, Brattan directed a group that was among the most 
decorated in the ACC. Four of five starters in 03 earned AII-ACC 
recognition |C Todd Wike and T Matt Crawford, first team, G Lamar 



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Personal 



Date of Birth 
Hometown 
Alma Mater 
Pronunciation 



October 14, 1950 



Newark, Del. 



Delaware, 72 



rhymes with latin 



Coaching Experience 



Maryland 
2001: 



Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 



Stanford 

1 999-2000 Asst. Coach ■ Offensive Line (centers and guards) 



Northwestern 

1997-98 



Assistant Head Coach 



1992-98 



Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 



William & Mary 

1 984 9 1 Asst Coach - Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line 
1983 Assistant Coach - Offensive Backfield 



Highland Springs |Va.| High School 
1979-82 



Head Coach 



Lloyd C. Bird (Va.j High School 

1978 



Head Coach 



McKean (Del.) High School 

1977 



Head Coach 



Highland Springs (Va.) High School 

1 973-75 Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 



Delaware 
1972 



Graduate Assistant 



Playing Experience 



Delaware 



1971 



Center 



Recruiting Areas 



Southeast Virginia (Richmond/Tidewater), Central Virginia, At- 
lanta [Gal, Detroit (Mich.l and Illinois. 




Bryant, second team, G C.J. Brooks, honorable mention). The hon- 
ors were a product of the Terrapins' continued success on offense, 
as they boasted the league's second-rated rushing 1 1 98.8 ypg) and 
scoring (32.2 ppg| offense while allowmgjust 2 1 sacks in 1 4 games. 

The Terps' success in year two was a perfect follow-up to 
their offensive start in 200 1 , a season that saw them average 35.5 
points per game, allow just 18 sacks (third-best in the ACC) and 
pave the way for a Doak Walker-finalist season by tailback Bruce 
Perry (1, 242 yards). From 
an individual stand- ^^ 

point, two of 
Brattan's linemen 
(Melvin Fowler 
and Todd 
Wike| earned 
first team AII- 
ACC recogni- 
tion, with 
Fowler also 
being named 
a finalist for 
the Rimington 
Award and ulti- 
mately being 
picked in the 
third round of the 
NFL Draft by the 

Cleveland Browns Brooks also earned mention as a Freshman All- 
Amencan by The Sporting News. 

Prior to coming to Maryland, Brattan spent two years at 
Stanford University, where he served as the Cardinal's offensive 
line coach in charge of centers and guards. Of the two years Brattan 
spent with the Cardinal, 1 999 was the brightest. Stanford went 8- 
4 that season and had wins over Arizona, UCLA, Oregon State 
and Notre Dame on the way to a Rose Bowl bid. The '99 Stanford 
offense scored at least 3 1 points in all but three games and hit the 
50-point plateau three times. That year, Brattan's offensive line al- 
lowed a paltry 1 5 sacks despite 385 passing attempts (an average 
of one sack for every 27 attempts). 

Brattan took his first job at the collegiate level at William & 
Mary in 1983 as an offensive backfield coach After just one sea- 
son, he was promoted to offensive coordinator and served the 
remainder of his tenure ( 1 984-9 1 ) in that ca- 
pacity He also worked with the offensive 
line at William & Mary. While Brattan was 
there, the Tribe advanced to the NCAA Divi- 
sion l-AA playoffs three times. From 1 986 to 
1990, William & Mary earned national 
rankings in three seasons (No. 9 in 1986, 
No. 1 3 in 1 989; No. 7 in 1 990). The success 
was largely a product of Brattan's offensive 
design as his unit ranked in the top 20 in 
offense in 1 985 and 86, while it had the 
top-rated attack in Division l-AA for the 1 990 
season and the sixth-best in '91 , 

Brattan took his success at the l-AA 
level to his next job, Northwestern, where 
he resided from 1992-98 as offensive line 
coach. In Brattan's first three years at the 
school, the Wldcats continued their struggle 
to regain their winning ways, pushing their 
streak of seasons without a winning mark 
to 23. 

Then in 1 995, the Wildcats were in 
the national spotlight as they came seem- 
ingly out of nowhere to win the Big Ten 
championship for the first time in 47 years 



and advance to the Rose Bowl where they ultimately fell to South- 
ern California. They finished that season — despite the Rose Bowl 
loss — ranked seventh in the nation with a 1 0-2 record. Brattan's 
offensive line played a huge role in the team's success, as it al- 
lowed just eight sacks all year while helping propel Darnell Autry 
to a new 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, taking the Big Ten crown both years 
after having won just five league games in the previous three years. 
In '96, they earned a bid to play Tennessee in the Citrus Bowl. 

Brattan got his start in 
coaching as a graduate as- 
sistant at his alma mater, 
Delaware, in 1972. 
After one year in 
k Newark, he took 
his first full-time 
I coaching post 
at Highland 
, Springs (Va.) 
I High School as 
^ an offensive line 
coach. After 
three years 
(1973-75) at 
Highland Springs, 
he moved back to his home state and took his first head coaching 
job at McKean High School in 1 977 . 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 1978, he returned to Highland Springs — this time as a head 
coach — for his final four years ( 1 979-82) at the prep level. That 
final stmt was a successful 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 1 972 graduate of his 
hometown University of Delaware, where he earned his bachelors 
degree in history and later earned his master's degree in educa- 
tion in 1 977. He was a member of the Blue Hen football team and 
earned a varsity letter in 1 97 1 . He and his wife, Anne, have three 
children — Knsten, Kate and Megan. 





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Stroudsburg '95 
Fifth Year at 
Mary land 



James Franklin is in his fifth year as wide receivers coach 
and second as recruiting coordinator at Maryland. Hejomed 
the staff in April 2000 following a one-year stmt as wide 
receivers coach at Idaho State University. 

Franklins wide receiving corps has shown constant 
improvement since he joined the staff in 2000. In 2003, for 
the second year in a row, four Terrapin wideouts posted 
300 receiving yards or more despite the fact that the unit 
returned just one starter from the previous year. 

A look ahead to 2004 shows that Franklin's unit may 
be up for its best year in his tenure, as only one player with 
significant numbers - Latrez Harrison - was lost to gradua- 
tion, while the competition for playing time will be fierce. 
Without question, his unit is faster than it has ever been, as 
six of his players ran 4.5 or better in off-season testing 

The 2003-04 academic year was also Franklin's first as 
recruiting coordinator, and all the Pennsylvania native did 
was help Maryland land a consensus top 20 class, one con- 
sidered the best in school history. For his efforts, 
Rivalsf00.com named him one of the nations 25 best re- 
cruiters. 

A 1995 graduate of East Stroudsburg, where he was 



Personal 



Date of Birth 
Hometown 



February 2, 1972 



L anqhorne, Pa. 



Alma Mater 



East Stroudsburg, '95 



Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2003- Asst. Coach - Wide Receivers/Recruiting Coordinator 
2000- Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 



Idaho State 

1999 



^Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 



Washington State 

1998 



Assistant Coach - Tight Ends 



James Madison 

1997 



Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 



East Stroudsburg 

1996 
Kutztown 

1995 



Graduate Assista nt - Secondary 



Assistant Coach • Wide Receivers 



Playing Experience 



East Stroudsburg 

1991-94 



Quarterback 



Recruiting Areas 



Maryland |Calvert. Charles, Pnnce George's and St. Marys coun- 
ties), Washington DC, Eastern Pennsylvania, Central Pennsyl- 
vania and South Florida. 



a Harlon Hill nominee for Division II Player of the 
Year, Franklin also has served on the 
coaching staffs at Wash- 
ington State, James 
Madison, East 

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

In 1999, he 
coached 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 besi 
offensive seasons in school history, fin 
ished ninth nationally in total offense, 
averaging better than 30 points 
per game 

Franklin, 32, joined the 
Idaho State staff prior to the 1 999 
season after serving one year as 
a graduate assistant coach at 
Washington State, where he 
worked primarily with the tight 
ends. 

Prior to his position at 
Washington State, he spent the 
1 997 season as the wide receiv- 
ers coach at James Madison Uni- 
versity. In the summer of 1 998, 
he worked as an assistant run- 
ning backs coach with the Mi- 
ami Dolphins in the National 
Football League's minority in- 
ternship program. In 1996, he 
served as a graduate assistant at 
his alma mater. East Stroudsburg, 
working primarily with the second 
ary. 




In the summer of 1 999, Franklin worked with the Phila- 
delphia Eagles coaching staff as part of the NFLs minority 
internship program. 

During his career, he has recruited the Maryland- 
I Virginia area, as well as New York, Pennsylvania, New 
Jersey, Georgia and California. He is currently respon- 
sible for recruiting in Pennsylvania, Florida, Maryland 
and Washington DC. 

Franklin was a two-time Pennsylvania 
State Athletic Conference selection as a quar- 
terback at East Stroudsburg, earning team 
MVP honors as a senior when he set 
seven school records, including single- 
season marks for total offense [3, 1 28), 
passing yards [2,586) and TD passes 
1 1 9) . He was honored by Sports Illus- 
trated as a national player of the week 
in October 1 994. 

He played one season of profes- 
sional football in the European League, 
capturing league MVP honors in 1 996 
for the Danish national champions. 
Franklin earned his master's degree 

Vin educational leadership from Washington 
i J State, posting a 3.74 grade point average 
while completing his degree requirements in 
1999. 



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Brown 92 
Second Year 
at Maryland 

Bill O'Brien enters his second year at Maryland work- 
ing with the Terrapin running backs. Though one of the 
two newest members of the coaching staff, the product of 
his work far from new to Maryland faithful. 

Prior to 2003, O'Brien spent eight years with Geor- 
gia Tech, where he worked with current Terp and former 
Tech cohorts Ralph Fnedgen and Dave Sollazzo, as well as 
assistant recruiting coordinator John Donovan. In his final 
season in Atlanta, O'Brien served as the Yellow Jackets as- 
sistant head coach, offensive coordinator and quarterbacks 
coach, a combination of titles that reflects great progress 
by the 34-year-old in his tenure with Tech. 

In his first three years f 1 995-97) at Georgia Tech, 
O'Brien served as a graduate assistant to the offense. His 
final season as a GA was his first working with Ralph 
Friedgen after Fnedgen returned to the college ranks fol- 
lowing five years in the NFL. 

In 1 998, O'Brien was hired as Techs 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 run- 



Personal 



Date of Birth 



October 23, 1969 



Hometown 



Alma Mater 



Andover, Mass. 



Brown '92 



Coaching Experience 



Maryland 

2003- 



Assistant Coach - Running Backs 



Georgia Tech 

2002 



Assistant Head Coach 



2001-2002 



Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 



1999-2000 



Recruiting Coordinator 



1998-2000 



Running Backs 



1995-1997 



Graduate Assistant - Offense 



Brown 

1994 



Inside Linebackers 



1993 



Tight Ends 



Playing Experience 



Brown 



1990-92 



Linebacker/Defensive End 



Recruiting Areas 



Baltimore |city and county), South New Jersey and the Dallas- 
Fort Worth area. 



nmg 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 the addition of re- 
cruiting coordinator to his list of responsibilities in his final 
two years 1 1 999-2000) 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 coordinator to resurrect the Maryland football pro- 
gram. 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 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 1995. In his 
second season, the Jacket offense was off to a flying start 
when tailback Tony Hollings — who was averag- 
ing 1 58. 2 yards per game — went down with ^_ 
an injury in the fourth game of the season. (H 
Overall, O'Brien placed 
five players on the AII-ACC 
first or second team in his 
two seasons. 

Prior to his arrival in 
Atlanta, O'Brien spent two 
seasons at his alma mater 
Brown University, coach- 
ing tight ends in 1993 and 
inside linebackers in '94. 

A three-year 
letterwmner at outside 
linebacker for the Bears, 
O'Brien graduated in 1992 
with a bachelor of arts 
degree with a double con- 
centration in political sci- 
ence and organizational 
behavior management. 

Born October 23, 
1 969, O'Brien is a native 
of Andover, Mass. He is 
married to the former Col- 
leen Corron and the 
couple had their first child, 
Jack, in August 2002. 



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Fourth Year 
at Maryla nd 

Ray Rychleski is in his fourth year as Maryland's spe- 
cial teams coordinator and tight ends/H-backs coach. He is 
in his 25th year of coaching overall, and his 23rd at the 
collegiate level. 

The 2003 season was another strong year for 
Rychleski, as his tight ends and special teamers both made 
headway. TE Jeff Dugan continued to impress as one of 
the top blocking tight ends in the country, while he closed 
his career with his best receiving season in Ralph Fnedgen's 
system. Nick Novak broke the all-time Maryland scoring 
record, notching his 324 th career point and second straight 
1 00-plus point season en route to Lou Groza Award semifi- 
nalist and first team AII-ACC mention. First-year punter Adam 
Podlesh — the first Terp freshman ever to be honored by 
the league — was a Ray Guy semifinalist with his 42.3-yard 



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Personal 



Date of Birth 



September 27, 1957 



Hometown 
Alma Mater 



Pronunciation 



Old Forge, Pa. 



Millersville (Pa ), .79 



nch-LE SS-key 



Coaching Experience 



Maryland 

2001- 



Assistant Coach - Special Teams Coordinator 
/Tight Ends & H- Backs 



Wake Forest 

1 9 99-2000 Assistant Coach - Tight E nds/ Special Teams 



1996-98 



Outside Linebackers 



1993-95 



Defensive Line 



East Stroudsburg 

1992 



Assistant Coach - 



Special Teams Coordinator/Defensive_Backs_ 



Toronto Argonauts 

Summer, 1 992 



Volunteer Assistant Coach - Defense 



Penn State 

1991 



Graduate Assistant - Offensive Line 



Northeastern 

1989-90 Assistant Coach - 

Defen sive Coordinator/Insid e Linebackers 
Temple 

1 98 l-88GA/Assistant Coach - Outs ide Linebackers and R overs 
Neshaminy |Pa.| High School 
1980 Head Coach - Freshman Team 



Manheim (Pa. J Township High School 

1 979 Assistant Coach Quarterbacks/Defensive Backs 
Quarterbacks 



Recruiting Areas 



Western Pennsylvania, West Virginia and North Carolina. 




average and Steve Suter - though 
hobbled - returned two punts for 
touchdowns, repeating as a first 
team all-conference pick. 

In 2002, Rychleski saw both 
of his units turn in outstanding per- 
formances. Dugan earned hon- 
orable mention AII-ACC sta- 
tus, while the special 
teams had three first 
team AII-ACC perform- 
ers. Novak finished 
his sophomore sea- 
son ranked fifth in 
the NCAA in field 
goals and I6" 1 in 
scoring, and Brooks 
Barnard led the ACC in 
punting and finished 
12* nationally with a 
43.1-yard average. But 
while the Terrapin return 
game was nearly an after- 
thought the year before, 
Suter blossomed under 
Rychleskfs guidance into 
one of the top return men 
in the country. Suter finished 
2002 with an ACC-record 
77 1 punt return yards while 
finishing second in the con- 
ference in kick return average 
and tying an NCAA record with 
four punt returns for a touch- 
down. 

The 2002 season came on 
the heels of an inaugural season 
that saw Maryland tight ends and 
specialists shine as well. In 200 
Matt Murphy went from a player in 
search of a position to a tight end 
displaying enough skills to be selected 
by the Detroit Lions in the 2002 NFL 
Draft. Highlights from Rychleskis spe- 
cial teams units included the fourth-best net punting aver- 
age in the nation, first team AII-ACC recognition for Barnard, 
and Novak earning honorable mention all-conference sta- 
tus 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 1 999 and 2000 sea- 
sons, Rychleski was the Demon Deacons tight ends coach 
while also serving as the team's special teams coordinator. 
For the three years prior to becoming tight ends coach 
and special teams coordinator 1 1 996-981, he worked with 



Ray Rychleski 



WFU's outside linebackers. During his first three seasons 
at Wake 1 1 993-95), Rychleski coached the defensive line. 
Rychleski began his coaching career on the 
prep level in Pennsylvania in 1 979 before heading to 
Temple University, where he took a position as a gradu- 
ate assistant. After a short time as the Owls' graduate 
assistant, he was promoted into his first full-time colle- 
giate coaching post. He spent eight years at Temple 
( 1 98 1 -88) before heading to Northeastern [1989- 
90) as a defensive coordinator/inside lineback- 
ers coach. After two years at Northeastern, 
Rychleski spent a year at Penn State 1 1 99 1 , 
graduate assistant) and one summer with 
the Toronto Argonauts 1 1 992, defense) as a 
volunteer assistant. 

In 1 992, Rychleski was hired as a special 
teams coordinator and defensive backs coach at 
East Stroudsburg University where he helped the War- 
riors to their best record in 1 3 years. After his brief 
stint there, he left for Wake Forest in 1 993. 

A native of Old Forge, Pa., Rychleski earned his 
degree in social studies from Millersville (Pa.) State Col- 
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Wisconsin 82 
Fourth Year 
at Maryland 

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

. in working with special teams. In 2004, his unit will consist 

; of the strongside linebacker position as well as one of the 
defensive ends, a spot that was converted from the former 

' "Leo" position when the Terps' defensive scheme switched 

! to a 4-3. 

In three years in College Park, Seamonson has quickly 

, gained the respect of pundits and peers as an outstand- 
ing, organized defensive football coach. In 2003, he helped 

, lead a defense that was again one of the top units in the 
nation in scoring (sixth) and total defense 1 1 5 th ). He helped 
second-year player Shawne Mernman to the second-most 
sacks in the ACC while continuing to build depth at other 
positions that will be a factor in 2004. 

In 2002, Seamonson helped coach a Terp defense 
that ranked first in the ACC and seventh nationally in scor- 
ing, allowing just 16.3 points per game. In addition, the 
Maryland rushing and passing defense each ranked in the 
top three in the league while the team was second in the 
conference in sacks (37) and red-zone defense. Seamonsons 



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Personal 



Date of Birth 



September?, 1959 



Hometown 



Stouqhton, Wise. 



Alma Mater 



Wisconsin '82 



Coaching Experience 



Maryland 

2001- 



Assistant Coach - 
Outside Linebackers/Special Teams Assistant 



Bowling Green 

2000Assistant Coach - Special Teams Coordinator/Linebackers 
The Citadel 

1987-99 Assistant Coach - 

Special Teams Coordinator/LinebackersAMde Receivers 



United States Military Academy 

1985-86 Assistant Coach - Linebackers 



Wisconsin 

1983-84 



Graduate Assistant - Defensive Backs 



1982-83 



Part-Time Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 



Playing Experience 



Wisconsin 



W7S-3I 



Wide Receiver 



Recruiting Areas 



Virginia, South Carolina and North Florida. 



outside linebackers were a source of both steady im- 
provement and big plays while Merriman was 
named to The Sporting News' ACC All-Rookie 
team. All of this came on the heels of a team 
that had the nation's fourth-best turnover mar- 
gin |+1 .45 average) and theACC's lowest scor- 
ing defense (19.1 points per game) in his first 
season on the job in 2001. 

Seamonson boasts 22 years of colle- 
giate coaching experience. Prior to com- , 
mg to Maryland, he spent the 2000 
season at Bowling Green State Uni- i 
versity — where he worked under 
current Terp defensive coordinator 
Gary Blackney — as the Falcons' spe- 
cial teams coordinator and lineback 
ers coach. 

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

Seamonsons coach- 
ing tenure prior to BGSU 
was weighted heavily in 
military settings. From 
1987-99, he coached at 
The Citadel, where he 
started as a wide receivers 
coach (1987) before serv- 
ing the remainder of his 
tenure (1 988-99) as special 
teams coordinator and 
linebackers coach. At The 
Citadel, Seamonson 
coached under current 
Terp offensive coordinator 
Charlie Taaffe and worked 
alongside defensive line 
coach Dave Sollazzo. He 
helped coach five lineback- 
ers to All-Southern Confer- 
ence honors and one (J J. 
Davis) to an appearance in 
the Senior Bowl. The high- 
light of his tenure was in 
1 992 when the Bulldogs 
led Division l-AA in scoring 
defense, yieldingjust 13.0 
points per contest en route 
to a Southern Conference 
championship and ad- 
vancing to the l-AA play- 




offs for the third time in five years. 

The Citadel was not Seamonsons first taste of the 

military life, however, as he was a linebackers coach 

at the U.S. Military Academy (Army) in West Point, 

N.Y., for the 1 985 and"86 seasons. In his first season 

at Army, the Cadets were one of the surprise teams 

in the country as they won the 1 985 Peach Bowl, 

31-29, over Illinois. It was one of just four times 

in the Academy's history that it had gone to a 

v bowl game. 

A 1982 graduate of Wisconsin 
and a two-year lefterwmner for the 
Badgers at wide receiver, 
Seamonson got his start in 
'. coaching in Madison. In 1 982, 
I he served as a volunteer 
** coach for Wisconsins wide re- 
ceivers. He then was a graduate 
assistant for the next two years where 
he worked for the Badgers' secondary 
unit. 

Born September 7, 1959, in 
Stoughton, Wise, Seamonson was 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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Fourth Year 
at Mar yland 



Dave Sollazzo is in his fourth season as defensive line 
coach at the University of Maryland. It is his seventh season 
overall at the university. Sollazzo was a volunteer defensive 
line coach for the Terps in 1 986 and '87 as well as a gradu- 
ate assistant in 1 984. 

In his three years with the Terps, Sollazzos unit has 
been one of the most overachieving groups on the team. 
Last season, the Terps were first in the league in total de- 
fense ( 1 5" nationally! and pass defense while finishing third 
in rushing defense. They recorded 35 sacks, just one fewer 
than league leader Florida State, and DT Randy Starks be- 
came just the second Maryland tackle in 1 5 years to earn 
first team all-conference honors. Starks ultimately left school 
early and was selected in the third round of the NFL Draft by 
the Tennessee Titans. 

In 2002, Maryland finished second in the league in 
total defense while holding its opponents to an average of 



Personal 



Date of Birth 



December 24, 1955 



Hometown 



Harrison, N.Y 



Alma Mater 



The Citadel, 77 



Pronunciation 



so-LAH 20 



Coaching Experience 



Maryland 

2001- 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 



Georgia Tech 

1999-2000 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Tackles 



The Citadel 

1989-98 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 



Guilford (N.C.j College 

1988 



Assis tant Coach - Defensive Line 



Maryland 

1 9 86-87 Volunteer Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 

Stratford |S.C.| High School 

j_?85 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 



Maryland 

1 984 Graduate Assistant - Linebackers 

North Charleston |S.C.) High School 

1983 Assistant Coach Defensive Coordinatoi 

Fort Johnson (S.C.| High School 

1978-62 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 



Playing Exper. 



The Citadel 

1973-76 



Defensive Line 



Recruiting Areas 



Maryland |Anne Arundel, Howard and Montgomery counties) 
Northern New Jersey, Eastern New Yor and Connecticut 



57 yards below their season rushing av- 
erages coming into their respective 
games with the Terrapins. In addition,/ 
the Terps finished atop the league and 
seventh nationally in scoring de- 
fense, yielding just 16.3 
points per game. Starks 
earned second team All 
ACC honors in just his 
second season at the 
collegiate level while 
DE Durrand 

Roundtree completed 
his successful tenure in 
College Park and was 
signed to a free agent 
contract by the home- 
town Washington 
Redskins. 

In his first season 
back at UM, Sollazzo took 
a group that entered the 
season as a concern in terms 
of talent and depth, and 
turned it into a rock-solid unit 
that helped anchoroneofthe 
top defenses in the ACC as the 
team led the league in rush- 
ing and scoring defense. Un- 
der his tutelage, nose tackle 
Charles Hill became an honor- 
able mention AII-ACC pick and, 
ultimately, a third-round choice 
of the Houston Texans in the 
2002 NFL Draft. 

Prior to his current stint 
at Maryland, Sollazzo was at ^ 
Georgia Tech in 1 999 and 2000 as a 
defensive tackles coach. In his two years 
in Atlanta, Tech participated in a pair of 
bowl games — the Gator Bowl in 1 999 
and the Peach Bowl in 2000. 

Before joining the Yellow Jackets, 
Sollazzo was the defensive line coach at 
The Citadel from 1989-98 The Citadel 
was another homecoming for Sollazzo, 
as he had lettered for the Bulldogs for 
three years on the defensive line from 
1 974-76. In that time, he started 33 con- 
secutive 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 
coordinator Charlie Taaffe), Sollazzo 
coached Brad Keeney to All-America hon- 
ors and Southern Conference-leading to- 
tals in sacks and tackles for loss in 1995. 
In addition, he coached nine other de- 
fensive linemen to all-conference honors 




while with the Bulldogs. The highlight of his coaching ca- 
reer in Charleston, however, may have been his involvement 
in helping The Citadel in 1 992 to the Southern Conference 
championship and a No. I ranking at the end of the regular 
season. That '92 squad led the nation in scoring defense at 
3 points per game and finished sixth in pass efficiency 
defense. In 1 997, he was a part of an impressive 
defensive effort in which the Bulldogs 
finished their sea- 
son by not al- 
lowing a touch- 
down 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 1 984 [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 from 1978-85. 

Sollazzo was born in the same hometown as 
Fnedgen, Harrison, N.Y, on Christmas Eve, 1955, and 
earned his degree from The Citadel in 1 977, He is married 
to the former Ellen Belom of Farmington, Conn. The 
Sollazzos' first child, Christopher Francis, was born in Oc- 
tober of 2003. 




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Heidelberg 87 
Sixth Year at 
Maryland 

Tom Deahn is in his sixth year on the Maryland foot- 
; ball staff and his fifth as director of football operations. He 

served as assistant recruiting coordinator during the 1 999 
; season. His administrative responsibilities include daily 
i management of the football program, including operations, 
, : team travel and schedule coordination. 

Deahn came to Maryland following a five-year stint 
■ at St. Norbert College in DePere, Wis., where he spent 

time as assistant head coach, recruiting coordinator, offen- 
i sive coordinator and quarterbacks/wide receivers coach, 
i He also served as travel coordinator and equipment man- 
I ager for a 1 9-sport program. While at St. Norbert, he 

coached two offensive linemen to All-America honors and 

! 5 players to all-conference honors. 



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

Prior to his arrival at St. 
Norbert, he spent three years at 
Catholic University in Washing- 
ton, D.C., where his responsibili- 
ties included serving as recruit- 
ing coordinator and strength co- 
ordinator during his stay. 
Catholics defense ranked second 
in the country in 1993. Two of 
his players received All-America 
recognition. 

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

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





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Maryland 81 
16th Year at 
Maryland 



Dwight Gait, a member of the Terps' strength staff 
since 1989, is in his 16th year at Maryland and his 1 1th 
year as the schools director of strength and conditioning. 
His responsibilities include managing the departments three 
weight-training facilities, and coordinating strength and 
conditioning programs for the Terps' 27 varsity sports, with 
special emphasis on football. 

In addition to earning his bachelors degree in busi- 
ness management in 1 98 1 and his master's degree in exer- 
cise physiology in 1 989 from Maryland, Gait is a member 
of the National Strength and Conditioning Association, the 
Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association 
and the United States Powerlifting Federation. 



Gait began his career at 
Maryland as an intern strength 
coach in 1 984 and assisted with 
the training of the 1 984 and 1 985 
ACC champion football teams. In 
1 989, he became a full-time assis- 
tant strength coach at the univer- 
sity, and for the next three years 
worked with all of Maryland's in- 
tercollegiate sports programs. In 
1 992, Gait became the assistant 
strength coach for football and he 
is now in his 1 5" year of provid- 
ing complete athletic develop- 
ment training to Terp football 
team members. 

Gait, 47, and his wife Jan 
are natives of Hyattsville, Md., and 
have four children: Angie, Teri, 
Dwight IV and Tommy. 



The Gaits (clockwise from top 
left): Tommy, Jan, Dwight, 
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Assistant 
Recruiting 
C oordinator 
J. Hopkins 97 
Fourth Year 
at Maryland 

John Donovan is in his fourth 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 1998-2000. 
While with the Yellow Jackets, one of his responsibilities 
was helping Friedgen with game plan and practice prepa- 
ration. 

Prior to his tenure in Atlanta, Donovan worked as 
an assistant secondary coach at Villanova, helping the 
Wildcats in 1 997 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 
earn his master's degree in economics from Georgia Tech. 



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Graduate 
Assistant 
(Defense) 
Towson '02 
Second Year 
at Maryland 

Brian Fleury is in his second season with the Mary- 
land football team and his first year as the defensive gradu- 
ate assistant. He served as a video intern in 2002. His du- 
ties in 2004 will include breaking down opponent film, 
working with the offensive scout team and assisting with 
the secondary. 

Prior to coming to Maryland, Fleury was a two-year 
letterwmner at Towson University where he played quar- 
terback. He graduated in 2002 with a bachelors degree in 
sports management. 

Fleurys local ties extend even beyond his college days 
and recent ties to the Terps. He was the starting quarterback 
at Seneca Valley High School in Germantown, Md„ where 
he led his team to the first of three undefeated state champi- 
onship seasons in 1997. His stepfather, Terry Changuris, is 
the long-time Seneca Valley head football coach. 




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Graduate 
Assistant 
( Offense) 
Brown 'OO 



First Year at 
Maryland 



James Perry is in his first season as an offensive graduate 
assistant with the Maryland football team. Perrys responsibilities 
will include breaking down opponent game film, working with the 
defensive scout team and assisting with the Terp offensive line. 

Perry brings a good deal of coaching experience to the 
Terrapins, as he spent two years at Williams College in 
Williamstown, Mass., as a quarterbacks coach and recruiting 
coordinator (2002-03) and as the Ephs offensive coordinator 
early in 2004 In 2002, he served as a quarterbacks coach at the 
University of San Diego after having spent the 200 1 season as 
an assistant QB and wide receiver coach at Dartmouth. 

A 2000 graduate of Brown University, Perry was a three- 
time All-Ivy selection at quarterback and that league's 1 999 Player 
of the Year. He captained the Bears to the second Ivy League 
championship in school history in 1999 and holds the league's 
career passing records in yards, touchdowns and completions. 
Following his time at Brown, he spent the 2001 season in NFL 
Europe and the Arena Football league. 



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Head 

Equipment 

Ma nager 



Mar yland '85 
17th Year at 
M aryland 




Ron Ohnnger is in his 1 7th year as the Terrapins' head 
equipment manager, Ohnnger oversees the ordering, inven- 
tory, maintenance and distribution of all athletic equipment for 
the university's 27 intercollegiate sports programs. While man- 
aging the overall equipment operation for the entire depart- 
ment, Ohnnger primarily serves as the football equipment man- 
ager on a day-to-day basis. 

A native of nearby Bethesda, Md., Ohringer graduated 
from Maryland with a bachelors degree in journalism and pub- 
lic relations in 1 985. While a student in College Park, he served 
the football team as a manager and was the teams head stu- 
dent manager for his final three years. 

Following graduation, Ohringer utilized his degree by 
serving as an assistant with both the Washington Redskins and 
Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. He also 
worked with the Washington Commandos of the Arena Foot- 
ball League and the former Alexandria Dukes baseball team in 
the Carolina League. 

Ohringer was married on November 28, 1 992 to Amy 
Brennan. The couple resides in Laurel, Md., and has two chil- 
dren: Casey Ryan |7| and Derek James (3). 



Director of 
Character 
Education 
Maryland '84 
First Year at 
Maryland 

A name that will be familiar to Terp and local NFL fans 
alike, Kevin Glover is in his first season with the Terrapins as the 
school's first-ever Director of Character Education. 

As it relates to the Maryland football program, Glover 
will be a liaison between the team and the National Football 
League, taking care of all dealings regarding scouts and agents 
He will also, however serve the universitys other varsity sports 
programs, helping provide developmental programs and ap- 
propriate speakers on topics of interest to each team and their 
growth, collectively and individually 

A first team All-American (The Sporting News] at Mary- 
land in 1 984 and a member of the Maryland Athletics Hall of 
Fame, Glover was a second-round selection of the Detroit Lions 
in 1 985. He anchored a line that helped Barry Sanders to 2. 053 
yards in 1 997 and ultimately saw Glover earn three trips to the 
Pro Bowl. He was his teams NFL Player Association Representa- 
tive for six seasons and was ultimately elected to serve on that 
organization's Executive Committee for two years. 

An active speaker in local youth and church organiza- 
tions. Glover and his wife, Cestaine, reside in Columbia, Md., 
and have three children: Maya, Matthew and 2ana 



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Video 

Director 



Catawba '99 
First Year at 
Maryland 



Jonah Bassett is in his first year as the Terrapins' foot- 
ball video director. His duties will entail working with his 
staff to videotape all Maryland practices, scrimmages and 
games and then use the team's state-of-the-art Pinnacle 
Sports Pro video equipment to edit and break down the 
footage to best serve the needs of the coaches and play- 
ers. 

Bassett comes to Maryland after spending the last 
four years with the Atlanta Falcons, serving in the capacity 
of assistant video director and intern along the way. His 
experience includes stints with the Barcelona Dragons of 
NFL Europe (2000). Catawba College ( 1 993-99), the Frank- 
furt Galaxy of NFL Europe (1999) and the Montreal 
Alouettes of the Canadian Football League (1999). He 
worked with current Terrapin offensive coordinator Charlie 
Taaffe while in Montreal. 

A native of Rutland, Vt„ Bassett is a 1 999 graduate 
of Catawba College in Salisbury, N.C. Bassett married the 
former Donna Johnson in May of 2003 



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Head Athletic 
Trainer 
Maryland 73 
31 st Year at 
Maryland 

Sandy Worth, who has been affiliated with Man/lands 
'athletic program since 1973, coordinates and directs the 
; medical care for the Terps' football program in addition to 
her responsibilities as the university's head athletic trainer. 
A native of Timonium, Md., Worth supervises and 
, schedules a professional staff of six full-time assistants and 
I approximately 25 student trainers who combine to pro- 
: vide medical assistance to the university's more than 600 
) student-athletes. Worth, a 1 973 graduate of Maryland, 
joined the Terps' staff that same year as an associate trainer 
| She was promoted to head trainer in 1 992. 

During her career at Maryland, Worth has worked 
! directly with five teams that have captured national cham- 
| pionships — four in women's lacrosse and one in field 
j hockey. In addition, she was the trainer for the women's 
basketball program when it won eight ACC titles and ad- 
vanced to three NCAA Final Fours. 






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Associate 
Head Trainer 
Baldwin- 
Wallace 96 
Sixth Year at 
Maryland 

Matt Charvat is in his fifth year with the athletic train- 
ing staff at the University of Maryland, handling responsi- 
bility with the football and womens basketball teams. 
Charvat came to College Park after three years on the train- 
ing staff at Morehead State, where he worked with the 
football, womens basketball and baseball teams. 

A native of Hinckley, Ohio, Charvat earned his 
bachelor's degree in sports medicine from Baldwin-Wallace 
College in Berea, Ohio in 1996. He played baseball at 
Baldwin-Wallace and later worked two summers as a trainer 
for the Canton-Akron Indians Double A baseball team. 
Charvat earned his masters degree from Morehead State 
in exercise science in 1 998. 





Associate 
Director off 
ASCDU 
Sy racuse 9 2 
Ninth Year at 
Maryland 

Heather Ananna, Associate Director of ASCDU, coor- 
dinates the academic support services for Terrapin football 
student-athletes. Ananna, who is in her ninth year at Mary- 
land, earned her Bachelor's degree from Syracuse University 
in 1 992 and a Master's degree in Education and College Stu- 
dent Personnel Services from the University of Louisville in 
1994. 

She worked in the Academic Support Units at Syra- 
cuse and Louisville and then served as an Academic Assis- 
tant at Florida State University before coming to Maryland in 
1 995. Before taking over coordination of the academic pro- 
gram for the Terrapins in 1 997, she worked with Men's and 
Women's Soccer, Women's Lacrosse, Field Hockey. Wrestling, 
Women's Swimming and Men's Golf. Her current responsi- 
bilities include monitoring the eligibility and coordinating all 
of the academic support services for the football student ath- 
letes, teaching UNIV 100 (a freshmen orientation course] 
and managing the ASCDU Satellite Facility located in the 
Gossett Football Team House. 




Academic 
Counselor 



Maryland 92 
Fourth Year 
at Maryland 

Natasha Cnss is beginning her fourth year back at 
her alma mater working with the football student-athletes. 
A 1 992 graduate and former student-athlete herself, Criss 
earned a masters degree in college student personnel ser- 
vices from the University of Louisville in 1 999 and then 
worked as an academic advisor at the University of Cen- 
tral Florida for two years. 





Football SID 
Florida St 94 
Fifth Year at 
Maryland 



Greg Creese is in his fifth year in the Terrapin Athletics 
Media Relations Department. He is Maryland's primary media 
contact for the football program after spending his first three 
seasons working with both the Terp football and womens 
lacrosse teams. 

Prior to coming to Maryland in 2000, Creese served as 
a primary football contact at the University of New Mexico 
while also working with the Lobos' Softball and track & field 
teams. He went to UNM after a stint as an intern at another 
Mountain West Conference school, San Diego State, where 
he worked with the Aztecs football, womens water polo and 
baseball teams. In his time in the Mountain West, he helped 
lead successful All-America campaigns for then-safety Brian 
Urlacher (UNM) and OT Kyle Turley [SDSU|. 

A 1 994 graduate of Florida State, Oeese has also worked 
as an intern at the University of Miami |Fla.| as well as in sea- 
sonal jobs with the Cleveland Indians, Orlando Cubs AA base- 
ball team and the LPGA Tournament of Champions. He earned 
his master's degree in Sports Administration from St. Thomas 
University in Miami in 1997. 

Creese married the former Bronwyn Talley in July of 
1 998 and the couple has two children: Austin |4) and Carter 
|born Jan., 2004). 



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Program 
Studies 



Maryland 99 
Fourth Year 
at Maryland 

Dahlia Levin, program assistant, joined the ASCDU 
staff on a full-time basis in 2000 after previously serving as 
an assistant, tutor and mentor in the athletics department 
for three years. Her areas of responsibility include class at- 
tendance, study hall and coordination of the tutor pro- 
gram. Levin graduated from Maryland in 1 999 with a de- 
gree in sociology and is currently pursuing her masters 
degree in Education and Jewish Studies. 



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2004 SEASON PREVIEW 




Predicting the future can be risky. Sometimes a prediction 
of a programs future comes to pass. Other times, reality is the 
exact opposite from the forecast. For the University of Maryland 
football program, things have definitely not gone according 
to plan - and Chats a good thing 

When head coach Ralph Friedgen returned to College 
Park prior to the 200 1 season, he thought it would take a few 
years to get the ball rolling Take some time, get some of his 
own recruits in place, install his system, have the players 
understand it Like everything else Friedgen does, it was a 
solid, detailed plan. 

But as Terrapin faithful are already aware, the plan was 
ultimately so well crafted and so exceptional in its design that 
Friedgen took Maryland to an Atlantic Coast Conference 
championship in his first year and bowl wins in the two seasons 
that followed Now, with Year Four of the well-documented 
"five-year plan" about to begin, Friedgen and Company face 
issues they've not had in their three previous seasons. 

The 2004 edition of the Terps is the least experienced of 
all Fnedgen's teams to date, and easily the one with the most 
question marks Conversely, it also features some of the most 
athletic, talented players who have come to College Park in 
years. In addition, the team has put together consecutive 
recruiting classes that rank as high as any pair of incoming 
groups in the last few decades at Maryland 

Among the questions that need answering Who will be 
the starting quarterback, and how quickly will he be 
comfortable in the offensive system? How will the right side 
of the offensive line hold up after losing two seasoned 
performers in Lamar Bryant and Eric Dumas? How will the 
young defensive linemen play? Who will play in which position 
in the linebacking corps? How will the Terps replace four 
players who earned some form of all-conference honors in 
2003? 

Despite the number of questions, some have already 
been answered through a successful spring practice session 
and others will wait until the curtain opens on Sept. 4 against 
Northern Illinois. In any event, Terp fans have come to expect 
that Friedgen and his staff will have the Maryland football 
team as prepared as it can possibly be in time for that season- 
opener. 

The following is a position-by-position breakdown of the 
2004 edition of the Maryland Terrapins as they write the next 
chapter in a book that, thus fat has been hard to put down: 



OFFENSE 



A quick glance at the depth chart on offense and it is 
clear that this year's Maryland team has depth and talent. 
Intertwined, however are a few question marks as starting 
spots need to be filled at several positions of importance 

As they were in the spring, all eyes will be transfixed at 
the start of camp on the quarterback position as two-year 
starter Scott McBrien starts this football season in Green Bay 
trying to make a name for himself with the Packers. His 
incumbents have thrown a collective 25 career passes and 
showed both promise and nerves in the spring. 

This year's group of wide receivers might offer a relief to 
that situation as it is very deep and probably the most talented 
offensive coordinator Charlie Taaffe has been afforded in his 
three-plus years at Maryland. The tailback position is again 
deep and talented while the offensive line has a few questions 
to answer. But overall, most questions will return to the 
quarterback position and if that one is answeied, the Terps 
will again likely feature one of the most balanced, effective 
offenses in the country. 



Quarterback 



Two years ago at this time, Maryland was doing its best 
to figure out who would replace Shaun Hill at quarterback. 
Two years later Scott McBrien is gone and the question is 
restated with a different selection of possible answers. 
Although spring did not give a definitive answer of who the 
starter will be in 2004, it did serve to provide a pecking order 
and some separation between those vying for the job. 

Sophomore Joel Statham, a third-year player with good 
size, speed and a strong, accurate arm, will enter fall camp as 
the likely starter. His grip on the starting job was loosened by 
a sub-par first half performance in the spring game, but his 
overall performance in the offseason warranted his status as 
the starter. He has noticeably improved his knowledge of the 
offense and though far from seasoned, he is the lone Terp 
returning with live game experience In his one game seeing 
"real" playing time last year [at Georgia Tech), he 
showed toughness and now seems to need to just 
improve his comfort level in a live game setting 

A close second on the depth chart to 
Statham is fellow sophomore Sam Hollenbach 
Hollenbach has ideal size (6-5, 218| 
and has improved his passing 
greatly in his time at 



the position is a concern only because nobody on the roste 
has played a whole lot in an actual game. Joel |Statham) is 
the only one who has really played in a game. The player 
we have possess the talent; they just need to show tht 
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217 


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6-6 


247 


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218 


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Maryland. He was a little 
inconsistent in the spring but 
showed enough that he and 
Statham distanced themselves 
from the pack and are the 
clear incumbents for the job 
as the season approaches. 

When the offseason 
began, redshirt freshman 
Ryan Mitch was listed as a possible 
contender for the job, but his time 
appears to be a little further down the 
road. Mitch performed well on the scout 
team a year ago and showed that he has 
a strong, accurate throwing arm 
Problems that arose in the spring for 
Mitch stemmed from his knowledge 
of the offense and comfort in seeing 
coverage and where to go with the 
ball. Nonetheless, he is certainly a 
player to watch in time 

One player whose future was 
considered even further off was 
freshman Dan Gronkowski but 
Gronkowski showed the coaches 
something in the spring. Built similar 
to Hollenbach, Gronkowski [6-6, 250| did 
a nice job picking up the system in a short 
time. The final possibility to challenge for 
the startingjob is from incoming freshman 
Jordan Steffy By all reports, Steffy - a 
four-year starter in high school - is as 
seasoned as incoming freshmen get, he 
runs very well and has nice touch, but 
the question remains on how fast and 
effectively he can learn the system By 
all accounts. Steffy is another young 
player at the position worth watching, if only for future fall 
camps. 

"We are looking for a guy who can read coverage, make 
decisions and make plays," said Friedgen. '"Entering camp. 




In what is becoming a tradition in recent years at 

'v Maryland, the tailback position is very deep and 

talented while having a good mix of experience and 

youth. Though much deeper and established, one 

similarity between tailback and the 

hk quarterback race is that there are a pair 

of players at the top of the depth 

chart who have set themselves apart 

from the rest of the group while a 

good battle remains over who 

will get playing time 

behind the duo at the 

top. 




Josh Allen 



J u n i o t 
Josh Allen has 

had two strong 

years as a 

Terp with 

his 2003 

campaign 

showing that 

he is a starting-caliber back capable of putting up 

numbers as big as any tailback in the country. He 

led the team in rushing in 2003 with 922 yards and 

has posted 1 6 rushing touchdowns in his short time in 

the program. He is strong, sees the hole well and has the 

speed |4 49) to outrun the secondary once he gets through a 

seam. 

The perfect compliment to Allen is Sammy Maldonado 
a senior who did not participate in contact drills in the spring 
but seems to be prepared for his last season as a collegian to 
be his finest The Bull" earned his nickname from teammates 
for his hard-charging style but he also has good hands, is a 
strong pass protector and has surprisingly good feet for a player 
his size [233 pounds). Alone, the tandem of Allen and 
Maldonado would be among the best in the ACC but they 
have a stable of young tailbacks who will battle for playing 
time behind them, making for one of the mote interesting 
progressions to watch. 

Sophomore J. P. Humber left spring as the next in line 
for playing time but the battle will be ongoing between he, 
junior Mario Merrills and redshirt freshman Lance Ball 
Humber had a strong outing in the spring game and gives 
the team a classic "big back" with good quickness and good 
receiving skills. Merrills - who has successfully recovered from 
a hamstring injury suffered last season — continued to show 
the burst that makes him a threat on any carry while Ball 
showed a nice mix of size, vision, good feet and acceleration 



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that makes him a strong candidate to challenge as a starter 
down the road. The lone characteristic that may have set 
Humber ahead of the other two is his ability to hold onto the 
ball, a quality Fnedgen ranks as paramount when deciding 
who will see the field. 

One other player who could factor in the mix as a backup 
' Is first-year back-Keon Lattimore. the younger brother of 
Baltimore Raven Ray Lewis. Lattimore made his mark as a 
prep as a slashing-type back with breakaway speed. 

"We have a lot of good, experienced players at tailback." 
, said Fnedgen. "Josh Allen had a great year for us last year 
> and Sammy Maldonado showed us what he could do. Sammy 
' is a different type of runner than Josh. Josh has more speed 
and acceleration but Sammy is a more punishing runner has 
good hands out of the backfield and is doing a very good job 
in pass protection If they stay healthy, we should be pretty 
good with those two guys." 



, .. 


7 J.P Humber 


TB 


6-0 


216 


So.-lV 


8 Mano Merrills 


TB 


5-10 


195 


Jr.-2V 


27 |d| Keon Lattimore 


TB 


5-11 


190 


Fr.-HS 


29 Sammy Maldonado 


TB 


6-0 


233 


Sr.-lV 


33 Josh Allen 


TB 


5-11 


202 


Jr-2V 


44 (d) Lance Ball 


TB 


5-9 


222 


Fr.-flS 




Fullback 



As in the previous two seasons. Maryland enters 2004 

j having to replace a starter at fullback. The plan for spring 

was to choose an incumbent based on the performance of 

returnees Ricardo Dickerson and Maurice Smith Due to 

j injury. Smith was not able to compete, but fortunately for the 

Terps, Dickerson performed very well and is a clear number 

one heading into fall camp. Even with Dickersons success, 

j Maryland will likely employ a strategy this season that also 

i uses more one-back sets and the use of H-backs. thus making 

i the team's depth at fullback less of a concern. 

Dickerson, a junior played both ways last year, seeing 

limited time at fullback while getting on the field in dime 

situations from a rush end position. He will continue in the 

\ same role despite being the likely starter on offense. He 

^showed in the offseason that his blocking skills are much 

\ improved and after starting his career as a linebacker he now 

j appears firmly entrenched in role as fullback-then-linebacker. 

1 Smith served as Bernie Fiddlers primary backup most of 

e the season a year ago and his playing time will depend on 

| how far he has made it back after the missed time Newcomer 

Matt Deese is also a possibility at the position as he has good 

i size |245 pounds) and showed ability as a ball carrier as a 

;prep 1 1.692 yards, 23 TDs as a senior). 

'Ricardo pckerson) is much improved," Fnedgen said. 

: '"I think he did a nice job in the spring I thought he improved 

on his leverage, blocking, pass-catching and assignments. Mo 

Smith missed most of spring so we will have to see how much 

; better he has gotten. Deese could factor in based on how 

fast he learns and picks things up but the fact that we have 

3 Vernon (Davis) and Rob (Abiamiri) who can play that position 

gives us some flexibility." 



5 Ricardo Dickerson 


FB 


6-1 


254 


Jr-2V 


35 Id) AlbertJones 


FB 


5-11 


208 


So.-SQ 


40 |d) Maurice Smith 


FB 


5-10 


228 


Sr-3V 


43 |d) Jon Gruber 


FB 


5-8 


210 


Jr.-SQ 


43 |d| Matt Deese 


FB 


5-11 


245 


Fr-HS 





Tight End 



A familiar face will be noticeably absent this year as 
four-year starter Jeff Dugan has exhausted his eligibility and 
now resides on the Minnesota vikings roster. The Terrapins 
will certainly miss having what was essentially a sixth offensive 
lineman on the field and the result will likely be two groups 
of tight ends being utilized - a "big" tight end and a""small" 
tight end 

The"big" group - the more traditional tight end role — 
will be led by junior Derek Miller, who will likely be on the 
field most of the time and draw the majority of the starting 
assignments. Fnedgen sees Millers progress as an important 
part of the equation this year Miller's speed has improved- 
he runs a 4.79 at 6-7 and 264 pounds - and he appears 
to be ready to take the next step toward being a solid 
contributor as a pass catcher 

"I think Derek's improvement is a key to us being a 
good football team," said Fnedgen ""He is a good 
blocking tight end, but we are losing a great tight end 
and he needs to really strive to get to that level. But I 
think he came on at the end of spring and the 
weight he dropped really helped him improve 
his speed. He just seemed to get better for us i 
all along." 

Behind Miller in the group of big tight ends 
is a cluster of players who could vie for playing 
time. Sophomore Brad Schell and redshirt 
freshman Joey Haynos each have a 
considerable shot to see the field. Haynos is 
built a lot like Miller (6-8, 247) and has improved 
a great deal since walking on a year ago. At 
this stage, he lacks the experience of the other 
two he will be competing with 

The other group of tight ends - most 
commonly referred 
to in the 
offense 
as H- 
backs — 

will feature senior Rob 
Abiamiri and sophomore 
Vernon Davis. The pair have 
the size to play tight end joined with 
the speed to get down the field like a 
receiver Abiamiri came on last year to earn 
his first letter while Davis showed flashes of the amazing 
physical skills that had him rated as one of the top tight ends 
in the country as a prep. Both played very well in the spring 
and Davis, who tested out as the strongest tight end pound- 
for-pound in Maryland history, showed playmaking ability like 
few players Maryland has seen before. If his play in the 
offseason can translate in the fall, the excitement he has elicited 
from fans and teammates will be warranted, making him an 
instant honors candidate. 

'I think our two-tight end personnel group is going to 
be a bigger part of our offense this year" said Fnedgen. ""We've 
got two pretty good athletes in Davis and Abiamiri and we 
think it can give us some options we havent been able to 
explore in the past. And with Derek Millers improvement, we 
can mix any combination or leave him in there alone. Basically, 
there is a lot we can do to maximize the production at the 
position based on the talent we have." 





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3 RobAbiamin TE/HB 



6-2 241 Sr.-lV 



18 |d| 


Vemon Daws 


TE/HB 


6-3 


239 


So.-IV 


80 


Joey Haynos 


TE 


6-8 


243 


Fr.-RS 


84 


Derek Miller 


TE 


6-8 


264 


Jr.-2V 


86 


Brad Schell 


TE 


6-5 


247 


So.-SQ 



Wide Receiver 

One benefit that this years group of players vying for 
the starting quarterback role is that the eventual starter will 
have a deep, solid corps of experienced wide receivers In 
addition, if the group can stay healthy, it seems to have the 
ability to make the big play and get down field moie than any 
unit since Fnedgen has been here. Of the 10 receivers who 
were here for testing in the spring, seven clocked at 4.5 or 
better in the 40-yard dash. As importantly, this year's group of 
receivers offer versatility and several can line up in different 
spots, giving the Terps added depth and flexibility. 

At the "X," junior Derrick Fenner is a player who 
appears to have turned the corner and gives the team a 
complete receiver. Fenner has good hands, is a strong 
route runner and is a good blocker and, based on 
his ACC-best 27.8 yards per reception, has the 
speed to get deep Fenner will be backed up by 
sophomore Drew Weatherly, a big target who 
runs well and appears to have made strides in 
his route running and in polishing his skills as 
a receiver. Third-year player Paschal 
Abiamiri - who has performed well in each 
of the past two springs - also has a shot at 
playing time 

A trio of experienced 

players are at the "Z" (flanker) 

spot as two-time first team All- 

ACC selection Steve Suter, and 

juniors Dan Melendez and Jo 

Jo Walker give the Terps three 

playmakers who accounted for 6 1 receptions 

and 93 1 yards a year ago. Suter missed a 

good portion of spring but looks like he will 

be much healthier than in 2003, a season 

that still saw him finish second on the 

team in receiving and providing several 

memorable plays in the Gator Bowl 

Though he will line up at flanker 

he can play any one of the three 

spots. Melendez injured his 

foot toward the end of spring 

but appears to be coming on 

while Walker moves outside 

after spending his first two 

years in the slot, but can 

move back inside to give 

the offense flexibility if 

needed. Walker's 

Steve Suter play improved in 

the second 
half of 
last 
year and 
continued to 
look good in the spnng. 
Two guys who I think had really good offseasons were 
Derrick Fenner and Jo Jo Walker," said Fnedgen. "We played 
Jo Jo at Z' all spring and that should really help us with our 
depth there. He is a big play guy with good speed and it 
really helps us when he is on the field." 

Senior Rich Parson was described by Fnedgen on 
numerous occasions last year as the teams most consistent 
receiver and he will be at the top of the list of slot leceivers in 
2004. He is another player Fnedgen has been excited about 
based on his offseason work and gives the Terps a complete 
player in terms of speed, pass catching and blocking. Behind 
Parson will be Curtis Williams, a senior who has played three 
positions in his time at Maryland, but now has coaches 
convinced that they have the playmaker where he belongs. 






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'The thing I like about our receivers is they play multiple 
positions. " said Friedgen. "So where we are going to get some 
of our depth is very much like where we got it on the offensive 
line two years ago because they are able to move and play 
different positions Potentially, this group has a chance to do 
some things that we haven't had here That really jumped 
out the first few days of spring, before we had some injuries." 




9 Jo Jo Walker Z/SL 5-9 167 


Jr.-2V 


1 1 Id] Drew Weatherly X 


6-3 


202 


So.-lV 


15 Curtis Williams SL 


6-2 


201 


Sr.-3V 






181 


So.-RS 






22 Rich Parson SL 


5-10 


183 


Sr.-3V 


34 Steve Suter Z 


5-9 


194 


Sr.-2V 


81 Paschal Abiamiri X 


6-2 


194 


So.-SQ 


83 Derrick Fertner X 


5-1! 


186 


Jr.-2V 


85 Dan Melendez Z 


6-2 


178 


Jr-2V 




Offensive Line 



Maryland has lost a pair of solid performers in Lamar 
Bryant and Eric Dumas from a year ago, making the right 
side of the offensive line a source of focus. Their departure, 
however, appears to not have hurt the unit as much as could 
be expected for several reasons. First, though young, this 
year's team is deeper than those in the past. 
Second, it helps to some degree that 
the side now protecting the 
quarterback's blind side is the side with 
experience. With a left-handed Scott 
McBrien a year ago. that would not 
have been the case 

Kyle Schmitt enters 
his senior season at center 
and will do so as a 
candidate for the 
Rimington Award. In his first 
full year as a starter, Schmitt had 
his best season as a Terp and 
graded out as the team's top 



either junior Russell Bonham or redshirt freshman Garrick 
Clig Bonham missed spring with a knee injury but is a physical 
player who was playing his best football prior to the injury 
toward the end of 2003. Clig is a physical player who came 
on as the season progressed last year, showing the ability to 
blow people off of the ball. Junior Matt Powell is a versatile 
veteran who will also work at the position. 

On the right side, redshirt freshman Andrew Crummey 
appears to have wrapped up the starting job. Though his 
physical progress needs to continue, Crummey improved his 
size and strength in year one and gives the line an intelligent, 
athletic guard with very good feet He may eventually end 
up at center but is slated to play guard this year Redshirt 
freshman Donnie Woods is listed as Crummeys backup while 
he will have to fight off a charge from Bonham should the 
junior not fit in on the left side. Woods seems to have 
overcome a knee injury suffered in high school and has 
steadily improved over the course of the last year. Considered 
one of the top prep linemen in the nation prior to his injury, 
he knows the game very well and could be a factor with 
improved strength. Sophomore'Dave Quaintance will 
continue to work at right guard as well after moving over 
from the defensive side of the ball in the spring, and true 
freshman Jaimie Thomas will also get a look at the position. 
As it should be, the Terrapins have their best pass blocker 
Stephon Heyer at left tackle Heyer had a good year in his 
first as a starter and a very good spring. As he continues to 
get stronger, he could become a dominant player and should 
be considered for postseason honors this season. Senior Ryan 
Flynn, who performed well in his first year as a lineman after 
switching from tight end, will be Heyers backup 
and give the Terps some solid depth at the 
position Redshirt freshman Brock Choate 
is a hard-working player with good size but 
still a work in progress He will see 
increased playing time as his knowledge 
of the system continues to improve 
Right tackle will be 
manned by another 
5 experienced lineman, senior 
/--^ Lou Lombardo Lombardo is 




lineman, earning 

honorable mention All- 

ACC status along the way. 

In the offseason, he 

solidified his spot as possibly 

the teams most important 

lineman as his improvement 

continued and his role as the 

"quarterback" of the 

offensive line was * 

never more apparent. 

His backups entering 

fall camp are Ryan 

McDonald and 

Robert Jenkins a pair of 

players who will have a good battle to determine where they 

will reside on the depth chart when the season opens. 

McDonald has the edge in quickness, but Jenkins is a physical 

player that could help the team if he were able to take the 

next step. Coaches are also hoping to get a good look at 

newcomer Edwin Williams at center this season as well. 

Senior C J. Brooks is the starter at left guard and has 
drawn acclaim from a number of preseason publications as a 
likely All-Amencan in his final season at Maryland. A first team 
AILACC selection last year he is a tenacious blocker who can 
play tackle or guard if needed. His team-high 37 knockdown 
blocks last year, however, make his return to guard for a second- 
straight year likely Playing time behind Brooks will come from 



a big, strong lineman who has 
seen significant playing time 
in his three non-redshirt 
years. His first season as the 
starter, he gives Maryland 
an excellent run blocker 
opposite the teams best 
pass blocker (Heyer). 
Behind Lombardo are 
second-year players 
Brandon Nixon 
and Eddie 
Matto as well as 
incoming 
freshman Scott 
Burley Nixon dropped some weight in the offseason and 
improved his strength, making him a player whose 
development will continue to be of interest as he has the 
physical attributes coaches crave. Matto has been a pleasant 
surprise after walking on a year ago. 

"We are in pretty good shape overall," said Friedgen. 
"We could use some more depth at certain spots but we 
have a lot of talent coming in, so we will see who is prepared 
and who isn't amongst that group. The left side is in good 
shape and on the right side. Lou is playing to the level Eric 
|Dumas| was last year and we think Crummey will be good 
as his strength improves ." 



56 Robert Jenkins C 6-2 284 Jr.-RS 


58 


Brandon Nixon 


OT 


6-6 


315 


Fr.-RS 


59 


Dave Quaintance 


OG 


64 


280 


So.-SQ 


60 


Edwin Williams 


C 


6-4 


295 


Fr.-HS 


63 


Andrew Crummey 


OG 


6-5 


278 


Fr.-RS 


65 


Matt Powell 


OG 


6-3 


343 


Jr-SQ 


66 


Garrick Cliq 


OG 


6-3 


284 


Fr.-RS 


68 |d| 


Ryan McDonald 


C 


6-2 


275 


Jr-SQ 


69 


Donnie Woods 


OG 


6-3 




Fr.-RS 




70 


Stephon Heyer 


OT 


6-6 


295 


Jr.-2V 


7! 


Brock Choate 


OT 


64 


282 


Fr.-RS 


72 


Kyle Schmitt 


C 


64 


295 


Sr-3V 


73 


Scott Burley 


OT 


6-6 


340 


Fr.-HS 


74 


CJ. Brooks 


OG 


6-5 


311 


Sr.-3V 


75 


Jaimie Thomas 


OG 


6-5 


330 


Fr.-HS 


76 Ml 


Eddie Matto 


OT 


64 


282 


Fr.-RS 


77 


Russell Bonham 


OG 


6-2 


300 


Jr.-2V 


78 


Ryan Flynn 


OT 


6-3 


284 


Sr.-2V 


79 


Lou Lombardo 


OT 


6-5 


308 


Si 3V 



The Terrapin defense will have some areas of concern 
when fall camp commences in August, but what is clear is 
that Maryland's style will stay the same: hard-charging Based 
on the results of the previous three years under coordinator 
Gary Blackney. there is no reason for it to be any other 
way. 

In the last three years, Maryland has finished each season 
ranked in the Top 20 nationally in scoring defense including 
seventh and sixth in 2002 and 2003, respectively This season, 
the personnel will be different but the goals remain keeping 
the opposition off the scoreboard. 

The Terps defensive line is strong on the outside but 
will see two new faces starting at tackle. The linebacking 
corps will be one of the focal points for the defensive staff 
and the secondary, though without three starters from last 
year, looks to be in good shape if the offseason is any indicator 
and will continue to be one of the teams strengths 

Defens iv e Line 



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DEFENSE 



To better utilize the strengths of particular players, the 
team will be lining up in more of a traditional 4-3 defense, 
though the responsibilities of the player formerly in the Leo 
position will not vary too greatly With the new alignment, 
the Terp defensive front will certainly be strong on the outside 
while the inside will be manned by a pair of first-time starters 
Though young, this years defensive line is arguably the 
deepest and most talented that line coach Dave Sollazzo has 
been able to work with in his tenure at Maryland. 

At the teams "traditional" defensive end spot. Kevin 
Eli returns for his senior season after turning in one of the 
surprise performances on the defensive side of the ball last 
year. Eli earned second team AII-ACC accolades last year after 
taking over for Scott Smith three games into the season and 
finished with 1 1 TFLs and 5.5 sacks. Two redshirt freshmen 
will look to get their feet wet behind him as Patrick Powell 
and Omarr Savage are backups at the position. Powell and 
Savage are very similar players as both run well, but Powell 
moved ahead with his hard work and play in the spring, 
showing that he is a refined pass rusher despite his relative 
inexperience. Savage has long arms and is built like a pro, 
but needs to work on playing lower. A newcomer who 
coaches raved about on signing day. Mack Frost, will also 
work at the position. 

On the opposite side, the team will look to make use of 
the skills of another player whose upside has yet to be reached 
in junior Shawne Merriman Mernmans unrealized potential 
does not suggest that he has not been a performer in the 
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loss last year Those numbers were recorded, however, playing 
,most of the year on a knee that gave him trouble, thus 
j suggesting that he will give the team even more this year 
Mth improved health. Behind him is senior Jon Condo a 
•steady player who has earned more recognition as the Terps' 
nongsnapper, while second-year player Jermame Lemons will 
(also try to factor in Jeris Smith, who will first get a look at 
j'Sam" linebacker could also line up at this end spot. He proved 
in the spring that his value improved lining up over a tackle or 
.tight end as opposed to in space, which he would see more of 
|at linebacker. 

At defensive tackle, sophomore Conrad Bolston «j ipcu -, 
to have a hold of the starting job after playing in 1 games as 
'a true freshman Hard-working senior Henry Scott will 
challenge Bolston and redshirt freshman Dre Moore will also 
be in the mix for playing time, Moore is a big, strong tackle 
iwho moves well and is another young player to watch in the 
, future on the defensive front. Three other first-year players 
Will work and hope to factor in behind him as Jared Gaither 
Jack Griffin and Dane Randolph join the team in fall 
.Gaither is an interesting story as he played just one year of 
'high school football after drawing Division I basketball offers. 
At 6-9 and 300 pounds, he could also see time at end. 

Second-year player Rob Armstrong is listed as the starter 
at nose tackle after spending more time on the field than any 
'defensive freshman a year ago. Armstrong lives up to his name 
;as he is a powerful inside force who should only get better 
with another year under his belt. Junior Justin Duffie is still 
•battling medical issues, but hope is that an offseason surgery 
Will have him back in the lineup as a reserve. He was coming 
on in 2002 before being sidelined due to the medical problems 
a year ago. Junior Davian Bryan and newcomer Dennis 
Marsh will fight for playing time behind Armstrong and Duffie, 
ias will true freshman Carlos Feliciano, who joins the team in 
■the fall. Marsh benefited from graduating high school early 
.and joining the team in the spring. 

"We have a lot of good young kids 

jcoming in on the defensive line," 
said Friedgen. "Like I said 
prior to spring, the first 
(thing we will be 
jlookmg for is for this 
(group to show that 
jthey can play the 
jrun and establish 
(good pad 

^position After they do 
jthat, they can move on in 
'their progression of learning 
ithe defense But the 
jpositive is that we have 
a bigger pool of talent, 
inexperienced or not, 
than I think we have 
;ever had.' 



.inebacker 

Marylands group of 
'linebackers will likel 



41 Kevin Eli DE 6-2 280 Sr,2V 


45 Shawne Merriman 


DE 


64 


245 


Jr.-2V 
Sr.-3V 

Fr RS 


47 Jon Condo 


DE 


6-3 


2 SO 


50 Jermame Lemons 


HI 


6-1 


238 


64 Justin Duffie 


Nl 


6-1 


274 


Ji IV 


68 [d] Carlos Feliciano 


NT 


6-5 


290 


Fr-HS 


76 |d) Henry Scott 


DT 


6-2 


271 


Sr.-IV 


90 Patrick Powell 


DE 


64 


246 


Fr.-RS 


91 Mack Frost 


Dfc 


6-5 


260 


Fr-HS 


92 Dre Moore 


DT 


6 4 


283 


Fr.-RS 


93 Davian Bryan 


NT 


5-11 


283 


Jr.-SQ 


95 Conrad Bolston 


DT 


6-3 


Ml 


So IV 


97 Dennis Marsh 


NT 


64 


264 


h HS 


98 Omarr Savaqe 


DE 


6-5 


252 


Fr.-RS 


99 Rob Armstrong 


NT 


64 


298 


So IV 





gets the strength and size to match Trey Covington and 
Chase Bullock will also get a look at the position, though 
Covington's future may reside at the end spot currently 
occupied by Shawne Merriman. 

"Overall, we have a challenge to get as good as we 
have been in the past at linebacker." said Friedgen, ""We have 
a couple of walk-ons working where we had one of our better 
players in the past in Leon Joe, so there is going to be a little 
drop off there and, if not, at least a learning curve. But we 
have some promising talent and, like with a few other 
positions, we may just need some 
experience to have things back like 
we want them or even better." 

Defensive 




the most dynamic unit of any other spot on the defense 
in the preseason. Though some semblance of answers 
came from spring practice, several remain and the 
bottom line for the Terps will be getting their best players 
on the field. 

A year after successfully answering the 
question 

"who would replace EJ. Henderson," junior 
D'Qwell Jackson returns as the teams top 
playmaking linebacker He enters fall camp 
as the starter once again at middle 
linebacker, but the only thing that is 
known for sure is that he will be a 
starter. Should the team need him 
to. he is versatile enough to be 
moved to weakside linebacker, but 
regardless, Jackson is a warrior who runs well 
and makes plays all over the field. Just a 
junior, he was a second team a 
conference pick and led the team in 
tackles f 1 36) in his first year as a starter 
Backing him up is redshirt freshman 
Tim Cesa, a player whose 
work in the spring made 
Jacksons flexibility to move a 

possibility. Cesa is strong and very well suited 
to play "Mike" whereas Jackson 
has the ability to play where it 
best serves the team. 

Junior William 

Kershaw and redshirt 

freshman Wesley Jefferson will do 

their best to keep Jackson in the middle. 

Kershaw runs well and has all of the physical 

f attributes the defensive coaching staff is seeking from 

' a "Will" linebacker Jefferson is a solid tackier who is 

still working to get his strength and speed where he 

needs it, but he showed the type of instinct that makes 

a good linebacker on more than one occasion in game 

situations in the spring. 

The other linebacking position that will get a good look 

is "Sam." Both sophomore'David Holloway and Jeris 

Smith performed well in their battle for the starting job 

in the offseason and both showed characteristics that 

will get them on the field in 2004. Of the two, Holloway 

may be better suited to the position with his speed, range 

and ability to play in space while Smith showed the 

physicality that will give him a shot at both "Sam" and 

defensive end. True freshman Eric Lenz is one of three 

newcomers who was here for spring ball and showed 

the speed and athleticism that will turn heads when he 




2|d| Erin Henderson WLB 64 


225 


Fr-HS 


32 Tim Cesa 


MLB 


6-1 


240 


F'-RS 


35 |d| Weslev Jefferson 


WLB 


6-1 


235 


Fr-RS 


. 


. 


6-1 


230 


Fr.-HS 


40 Id) ChnsOan Hill 


. LB 


42 Chase Bullock 


SLB 


6-2 


220 


Fr.-HS 


44|dl Jeris Smith 


SL8 


6-2 


236 


So.-SQ 


48 William Kershaw 


WLB 


6-3 


230 


Jr.-2V 


49 Greq Lucas 


WLB 


6-1 


240 


Jr.-HS 


51 Eric Lenz 


SLB 


64 


217 


Fr-HS 


52 D'Qwell Jackson 


MLB 


64 


231 


Jr.-2V 


54 David Holloway 


SLB 


6-2 


222 


So.-SQ 


55 |d| Trey Covinqton 


SLB 


6-3 


230 


Fr-HS 


61 Victor Nwachukwu WLB 


6-1 


240 


Jr.-HS 




Back 



All four of Maryland's starting defensive backs earned 
AII-ACC mention last year, whether it be second team or 
honorable mention. It was quite a feat for the defense but 
not undeserved considering the team finished \F in the 
nation in pass defense and I T in pass efficiency defense. 
The concern that surfaced for 2004, even before 2003 drew 
to a close, was that three of the four starters from that group 
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in spring practice as the players who remained answered 
question after question with their play 

The lone returning starter In 2004 will be senior 
Domonique Foxworth, a shutdown cornerback 
who has started all 29 games in which 
he has played the last three years and has 
first team (2002) and second team (2003) 
AII-ACC honors to show for it. The All- 
Amencan candidate will man the 
"field" corner position and showed 
in the offseason that his 
versatility and knowledge of 
the defense could play a role 
in nickel and dime situations 
if needed Sophomore "Josh 
Wilson has shown good cover skills 
and the bravado it takes to play the 
position. Timed at 4,35 in the 40- 
yard dash, speed will not be a 
concern for Wilson, either Freshman 
Chris Varner is one of four true 
freshmen who entered the program 
early and impressed coaches in the 
spring while Kevin Barnes is another 
athletic newcomer who will work at 
field corner this season. 

At the boundary spot 
senior Reuben Haigler 
missed most of spring with a 
groin injury but will start fall 




steady performer who is comfortable in the 

system and has the speed |4,46| to protect 

against the big play. His backups heading 

into the fall are all inexperienced asjunior 

transfer Milton Harris is joined by true 

freshman Richard Taylor at the 

position 

"Chris Kelley to me, was 

the most improved defensive 

player on our team in the spring 

and he really impressed me," said 

Fnedgen "'The only questions that 

I think we need to answer at this point 

is who goes where in nickel and dime 

situations But overall, I feel a lot better 

about the defensive backfield than I 

thought I was going to coming in." 



conference team (second team|. He finished the season with 
a 42.3-yard average but knocked 22 of his 53 efforts inside 
the opponent's 20-yard line. 

Jon Condo has yet to have a punt blocked in his three 
years as the teams long snapper and is firmly entrenched as 
the starter. In the returns, Suter returns as the team's primary 
punt and kickoff returner, but several players such as. Rich 
Parson and Drew Weatherly showed in the spring that 
they are very capable should they be called upon. Suter needs 
just one punt return for a TD to tie the NCAA career record 
and, as mentioned earlier will be at full strength this season 

"Nick (Novak) had a very good offseason and appears to 
have snapped out of the little slump he was in, " said Fnedgen 
""Podlesh had a very good first year and we hope that he 
continues to improve on his start. In the returns, we know 
what we have in Suter but Rich Parson can definitely help us 
and Weatherly showed us what he could do in the spring 
game, so we feel pretty good about things overall." 




Domonique 
Foxworth 



atop the depth chart. 

Haigler is a tough player 

with good speed and 

solid cover skills who 

has worked hard since 

redshirting in 2003. 

His status as the starter 

became a little more 

uncertain in the spring due to the play of junior Gerrick 

McPhearson, one of the most athletic players on the team. 

McPhearson seems to be coming into his own and making 

use of his team-best 4,29 speed. Sophomore Chris Choice 

will also work at the spot but the main battle will take place 

between McPhearson and Haigler 

"I have been pleased with the secondary," said Fnedgen. 
""Going into the offseason, I was concerned with the 
cornerbacks. I mean, we knew what we had in Domonique 
|Foxworth| but after spring, we know he is playing the best 
he has ever played. He had a great spring, challenged receivers 
more and is playing with very good technique. The other 
guys are the ones who really impressed me and showed me 
that they are ready to play." 

Heading into the offseason, the position in the secondary 
where competition seemed to be the tightest was at strong 
safety. That competition did not last long into spring as senior 
Chris Kelley, after years of physical turmoil, was outstanding 
and easily took command of the starting job. Kelley showed 
good instincts and hitting ability while earning praise as one 
of the offseason's top performers. Hard-hitting sophomore 
Marcus Wimbush will back up Kelley and look to see action 
in nickel and dime situations, while a host of players such as 
senior Quintin Beltran - 2003 Offensive Scout Team Player 
of the Year at tailback - and newcomer J.J. Justice will look 
to be factors. At 218 pounds. Justice ran a reported 10.5 in 
the 1 00-meters as a prep in the spring. 

The Terps' most experienced safety is Ray Custis a 
senior who has seen significant action in the nickel and dime 
the last two years, Custis - who topped the teams list of Iron 
Terps for the second-straight year in offseason testing - is a 



Ve^sn^v/e ^Zcg& 



2(d) 


Chris Kelley 


SS 


6-2 


204 


Sr.-2V 


4|d| 


Josh Wilson 


CB 


5-9 


180 


So -IV 


6 


Domonique Foxworth CB 


5-11 


178 


Sr.-3V 


12 


Marcus wimbush 


SS 


5-11 


205 


So- IV 


17(d) 


Rueben Haiqler 


CB 


5-10 


186 


Sr-lV 


18(d) 


Quintin Beltran 


SS 


5-10 


199 


Sr.-SQ 


19 


Chiminen Amadi 


SS 


5-10 


193 


Fr.-RS 


21 


Chris Choice 


CB 


5-11 


191 


So.-SQ 


23 


Chris Varner 


CB 


5-11 


180 


Fr.-HS 


24 


Richard Taylor 


FS 


5-10 


188 


Fr.-HS 


26 


Raymond Custis 


FS 


5-9 


188 


Sr.-3V 


27 (d| 


Milton Harris 


FS 


5-11 


192 


Jr.-SQ 


31 


Kevin Barnes 


CB 


6-1 


180 


F-r-HS 



38 



Gerrick McPhearson CB 5-10 190 Jr.- IV 





2 |d) Chris Kelley H 


6-2 


204 


Sr.-2V 


9 


Jo Jo Walker 


PR/KR 


5-9 


167 


Jr,-2V 


Hid) 


Dan Ennis 


PK 


6-0 


150 


So.-SO 


22 


Rich Parson 


nn n/n 










5-10 


183 


Sr.-3V 


32 


TimCesa 


LS 


6-1 


240 


Fr.-RS 


34 


Steve Suter 


PR/KR 


5-9 


194 


Sr.-2V 


36 


Adam Podlesh 


P/H 


5-11 


199 


So.- IV 


39 


Obi Eqekeze 


PK 


6-3 


193 


Fr.-HS 


46 






6-0 


186 


Sr.-3V 


Nick Novak 


PK 


47 


Jon Condo 


LS 


6-3 


230 


Sr.-3V 


51 


Eric Lenz 


P 


6-4 


217 


Fr.-HS 


55 Id) 


Brendan McDermond l_S 


6-1 


240 


Fr.-RS 


85 


Dan Melendez 


H 


6-2 


173 


Jr.-2V 













SPECIAL TEAMS 

Maryland's special teams units will again be one of the 
strengths of the team in 2004, with top flight players returning 
at placekicker punter and in the returns game. Though always 
seeking to improve, one important factor this season will be 
in grooming replacements for players in their last year such as 
Nick Novak and Steve Suter, while also continuing to be 
one of the top units overall in the nation. 

At placekicker, Novak is a contender for this years Lou 
Groza Award and has an outside shot at being the leading 
career scorer in NCAA history. He will become the 
leading scorer in ACC history with 
three more points and, though he 
struggled some at the end of last year 
he still enters this season as the top 
kicker in the conference His standing 
nationally will be determined by how 
quickly he returns to the form he had 
in the early part of 2003. Backing him 
up will be sophomore Dan Ennis, a 
player who is steady from 35 yards in 
and Obi Egekeze, a true freshman 
who will likely redshirt unless he can 
give the team a different dimension 
on kickoffs. 

Adam Podlesh had an 
outstanding first season as the 
Terrapins' punter, combining a good 
leg with very good directional 
punting He was a Ray Guy 
semifinalist and the first Maryland 
freshman ever named to the all- 





Nick Novak 
(4b) and Adam 
Podlesh 



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Derrick Fenner 5-1 1 186 Jr.-2V 
Drew W*atherly 6-3 202 So IV 
Paschal Abiamm 6-2 194 So SO 



5 Ricardo Dickerson6-1 254 Jr.-2V 

40|d| Maurice Smith 5- 10 228 Sr.-3V 

*35|d| Albert Jones 5-11 208 So.-SO 

- 43 (d) JonGruber 5-8 210 JrSO 

43|d| MattDeese 5-11 245 Fr-HS 




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6 Oom. Foxworth 5-11 178 Sr.-3V 

4 |d) Josh Wilson 5-9 180 So -IV 

23 Chris Varner 5-11 180 Fr-HS 

31 Kevin Barnes 6-1 180 Fr-HS 





70 


Stephon Heyer 


6-6 295 Jr.-2V 








78 
71 


Ryan Flynn 
Brock Choate 


6-3 284 Sr-2V 
6-4 282 Fr-RS 














41 


Kevin Eli 


6-2 280 Sr.-2V 




I 


SKm 


90 


Patrick Powell 


6-4 246 Fr-RS 




7 


rr-^. 


98 


Omarr Savage 


6-5 252 Fr-RS 




1 


cfi 


91 


Mack Frost 


6-5 260 Fr-HS 



74 CJ. Brooks 

77 Russell Bonham 

'66 GamckClig 

65 Matt Powell 



6-5 311 Sr.-3V 

6-2 300 Jr-2V 

6-3 284 Fr-RS 

6-3 343 Jr-SQ 



Joel Statham 

Sam Hollenbach 
Ryan Mitch 
Dan Gronkowski 
Mike Moyseenko 
Jordan Steffy 
Enn Henderson 



6-1 212 So.-IV 
6-5 218 So-Sq 



i 




6-1 217 

M 247 

M 198 

6-1 210 Fr-HS 

64 225 Fr-HS 



Fr-RS 
Fr-HS 
Fr-RS 




72 KyleSchmin 6-4 295 Sr.-3V 

68|d| Ryan McDonald 6-2 275 Jr-SQ 

56 Robert Jenkins 6-2 284 Jr-RS 

60 Edwin Williams 6-4 295 Fr-HS 




99 Rob Armstrong 6-4 298 So.-IV 

64 Justin Duffie ' 6-1 274 Jr.-IV 

93 Davian Bryan 5-11 283 Jr.-SO 

Dennis Marsh 64 264 Fr-HS 

Carlos Feliciano 6-5 290 Fr-HS 



54 David Holloway 6-2 222 So.-SO 

44 |d) Jens Smith 6-2 236 So-SQ 

51 EnUenz 64 217 Fr-HS 

42 Chase Bullock 6-2 220 Fr-HS 

55|d| Trey Covington 6-3 230 Fr-HS 



2 |d| Chris Kelley 6-2 204 Sr. 2V 

12 Marcus Wimbush 5-11 205 So.-IV 

19 ChiminenAmadi 5-10 193 Fr-RS 

18|d| Qumtin Beltran 5-10 199 Sr-SQ 





63 Andrew Crummey 6-5 278 Fr-RS 













69 


Donnie Woods 


6-3 


285 


Fr-RS 












01 77 


Russell Bonham 


6-2 


300 


Jr.-2V 












59 


Dave Quaintance 


64 


280 


So.-SO 












75 


Jaimie Thomas 


M 


330 


Fr-HS 


33 

29 


Josh Allen 5-1 1 

Sammy Maldonado 6-0 


202 

233 


Jr.-2V 

Sr-IV 








i*> 


7 


J.P Humber 


6-0 


216 


So.-IV 










39 A 


8 


Mario Merrills 


5-10 


195 


Jr.-2V 








r 


OW 


«« mi 


Lance Ball 


5-9 


222 


Fr-RS 






r 


si 


Sr.-3V 


27 Id) 


Keon Lattjmore 


5-11 


190 


Fr-HS 


79 


Lou Lombardo 


6-5 


308 












58 


Brandon Nixon 


ri-6 


315 


Fr-RS 












76(d) 


Eddie Macro 


64 


282 


Fr-RS 












73 


Scott Burley 


W 


340 


; '-mS 



95 Conrad Bolston 6-3 280 So.-IV 

76 |d) Henry Scott 6-2 271 Sr-IV 

92 Dre Moore 64 283 Fr-RS 



52 DOwell Jackson 6-0 231 Jr.-2V 

32 TimCesa 6-1 240 Fr-RS 

40|d| ChnstianHill 6-1 230 Fr-HS 





26 Raymond Custis 5-9 188 Sr.-3V 

24 Richard Taylor 5-10 188 Fr.-HS 
27|d| Milton Hams 5-11 192 Jr-SQ 



45 Shawne MerrimanM 245 Jr.-2V 

47 JonCondo 6-3 230 Sr-3V 

50 Jermame Lemons 6-1 238 Fr-RS 





22 Rich Parson 5-10 183 Sr.-3V 

| 9 JoJoWalker 5-9 167 Jr-2V 

I 15 Curbs Williams 6-2 201 Sr-3V 

:■ 20 Greg Powell 5-11 181 So.-RS 




84 Derek Miller 
3 Rob Abiamiri 
18 |d| Vernon Davis 

86 Brad Schell 
JoeyHaynos 



6-8 264 Jr.-2V 
6-2 241 Sr.-I V 
6-3 239 So.-IV 

6-5 247 So-SQ 
63 243 Fr-RS 



48 William Kershaw 6-3 230 Jr.-2V 

35|d| Wesley Jefferson 6-1 235 Fr-RS 

49 Greg Lucas 6-1 240 Jr.-HS 
61 Victor Nwachukwu 6-1 240 Jr-HS 
2|dJ_ Enn Henderson 64 225 Fr-HS 




34 Steve Suter 

85 Dan Melendez 
9 JoJoWalker 



5-9 194 Sr.-2V 
6-2 178 Jr.-2V 
5-9 167 Jr.-2V 





17|d| Reuben Haigler 5-10 186 Sr.-lV 
r 38 Ger. McPhearsonS-IO 190 Jr.-IV 

21 Chns Choice 5-11 191 So-SQ 




PK PL 



LS 



KR/PR 



« NickNovak 6-0 186 Sr.-3V 36 Adam Podlesh 5-11 199 So.-IV 47 JonCondo 6-3 230 Sr.-3V 36 Adam Podlesh 5-11 199 So.-IV 34 SteveSuter 5-9 194 Sr.-2V 

: :-E- 60 ISO So-SQ 51 EncLenz M 217 Fr-HS 32 TimCesa 6-1 240 Fr-RS 85 Dan Melendez 6-2 178 Jr-2V 22 RxJi Parson 5-10 183 St-3V 

39 ObiEgekeze 6-3 193 Fr-HS 55|d| Brendan McDermond6-l 240 Fr-RS ? ChnsKelley 6-2 204 St-2V 9 JoJowate 5-9 167 Jr.-2V 



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2004 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER 



No. 



Name 



Pos. 



Hgt Wgt 



CI. 



Exp. 



Hometown [High School/Last School] 



33 



liidL 




Paschal Abiamin_ 
Rob Abiamin 
Josh Allen 



WR 



6-2 



194 



So. 



SQ 



Randallstown, Md (Mount Si Joseph HS ) 



TE 



6-2 



241 



IV 



Ra ndallst own, Md. (Mount St. Joseph HSJ 



TB 



5-11 



202 



2V 



Tampa, Fla (Eleanor Roo sevelt HS |Md.| 



Chimenem Amadi 



SS 



5 10 



193 



RS 



Riverdale, Md. (Laurel HS) 



Robert Armstrong 



NT 



6-4 



298 



So. 



IV 



Arlington, Va [Washington-Lee HS/Forl Union Military] 



Lance Ball 



TB 



5-9 



222 



RS 



Teane c k, NJ. (Te aneck HS) 



Kevin Barnes 



CB 



6-1 



180 



HS 



Glen Burnie, Md (Old Mill HS] 



Ouintm Beltran 



SS 



5-10 



199 



SQ 



Woodbndge, Va. (CD,Hyltpn HSj_ 



Conrad Bolston 



DT 



6-3 



280 



So. 



Burtonsyille^ Md. (St. John's Coll ege HS) 



Russell Bonham 



OG 



6-2 



300 



2V 



Winston-Salem, N C (Carvei HSJ 



C.J. Brooks 



OG 



6-5 



Sr. 



3V 



Rex, Ga. IMorro w HS) 



Davian Bryan 



NT 



5-11 



283 



SQ 



Hyattsville, Md. INorthw estern HS) 



Chase Bullock 



LB 



6-2 



220 



Fr. 



HS 



Durham, N C (Northern HS) 



Scott Burley 



OT 



6-6 



340 



Fr. 



HS 



Baltimore, Md . | Woodlawn HS) 



Tim Cesa 



LB 



240 



Fr. 



RS 



Kennesa w, Ga. ( Harrison HS) 



Brock Choate 



OT 



6-4 



282 



Fr. 



RS 



Montoursville, Pa (Loyalsock To wnship HS) 



Chris Choice 



CB 



5-11 



191 



So. 



SQ 



Suitland, Md (Eleanor Roosevelt HS] 



Garnck Clig 



OG 



6-3 



284 



Fr. 



RS 



_Port Or ange, Fla. (Spruce Creek HS| 



Jon Condo 



LS/DE 



6-3 



230 



Sr. 



3V 



Philipsburg, Pa. (Phi lipsburg-Osceola HS) 



55 |d) Trey Covington 



LB/DE 



6-3 



230 



Fr. 



HS 



Bowie, Md. lEIeanor Roosevelt HS) 



63 



Andrew Crummey 



OG 



6-5 



278 



Fr. 



RS 



Van Wert Ohio (Van W ert HS) 



26 



Raymond Cu stis 



FS 



5-9 



Sr 



3V 



Germantown, Md (Northwest HS) 



|dj 



43JdL 



Vernon Davis 



TE 



6-3 



239 



So. 



IV 



Washington, D C. (Dunbar HSJ 



Matt Deese 



FB 



5-11 



245 



Fr. 



HS 



Gree nsbo ro, N.C. |NE Guilford H S) 



Ricardo Dickerson 



FB/LB 



254 



2V 



Hyatt sville, M d. (Northwestern HS) 



64 



Justin Duffie 



NT 



6-1 



274 



IV 



Gaithersburg, Md. (Land o n HS) 



39 



41 



UjdL 



sJdL 



Obi Egekeze 



PK 



6-3 



193 



HS 



Augusta, Ga. (Wests ide HS) 



Kevin Eli 



DE 



6-2 



280 



2V 



Deptford, N.J (Deptford HS] 



Dan Ennis 



PK 



6-0 



150 



So. 



SQ 



Carlos Feliciano 



DT 



6-5 



290 



Sykesville, Md (Glenelg HS] 



HS 



Elizabeth, N.J. (Elizabeth HS) 



83 


Derrick Fenner 


WR 


5-11 


186 


Jr. 


2V 


Hampton, Va. (Hampton HS) 


78 


Ryan Flynn 


OT 


6-3 


284 


Sr. 


2V 


Youngstown, Ohio (Cardinal Mooney HS) 


6 


Domonigue Foxworth 


CB 


5-11 


178 


Sr. 


3V 


Randallstown, Md. (Western Tech HS) 


91 


Mack Frost 


DE 


6-5 


260 


Fr. 


HS 


Columbia, S.C. (Sprinq Valley HS) 


57 


Jared Gaither 


DT 


6-9 


300 


Fr. 


HS 


White Plains, Md (Eleanor Roosevelt HSJ 


88 


Jason Goode 


IE 


6-4 


230 


Fr. 


HS 


Baltimore, Md (Woodlawn HS) 



67 



13 



4 3 |d] 



17 



27 | 



Jack Griffin 



DT 



6-6 



270 



Fr. 



HS 



Enfield, Co nn. (Enfield HS) 



Dan Gronkowski 
Jon G ruber 
Reuben Haigler 
Milton Harris 



QB 6-6 247 Fr. HS . _AmhersL_N.Y (Williamsville North HSJ.. 

FB 5-8 210 Jr. SQ Somerville, NJ. (Bridqewater HS| 



CB 



5-10 



186 



Sr. 



FS 



5-11 



192 



Jr. 



SQ 



New Cumberlan d, Pa. (Cedar Cliff HS/Lackawanna JC) 
Lanham, Md. (Duval HS/Delaware St ate) 



80 



2JdJ_ 



70 



40J 
14 



54 



7 



52 



35 (dj 

56 

35(d) 



30 

2jdj_ 

48 

27 (dj 



50 



79 



49 



Joey Haynos 



TE 



6-8 



243 



RS 



Rockville, Md (Gonzaga College HSJ 



Erin Henderson 
Stephon Heyer 
Christian Hill 



QB/LB 6-4 225 Fr. HS Aberdeen, Md (Aberdeen HSJ 

OT 6-6 295 Jr. 2V Lawrenceville, Ga. (Brookwood HS] 



Sam Hollenbach 



David Holloway 



LB 6-1 ,'iti Fr. HS Germantown, Md. INorthwest HS) 

6-5 218 So. SQ Sellersville, Pa. (Pennndge HSJ 



J P Humber 
DQwell Jack son 
Wesley Jefferson 
Robert Jenkins 
Albert Jones 
J J Justice 
Chris Kelley 
William Kershaw 
Keon Lattmore 



QB 
LB 
TB 
LB 
LB 



(,<> 



222 



So. 



SQ 



Stephentown, NY. (Albany Academy] 



6-0 



216 



So. 



IV 



6-0 



231 



Jr 



2V 



6-1 



235 



RS 



C 
FB 
SS 
SS 

IB 



Jermaine Lemons 



Eric Lenz 



Lou Lombardo 
Greg Lucas 



TB 
DF 
LB 
OT 
LB 



6-2 

5-11 

6-1 

6-2 

6-3 

5 II 

6 I 
64 
6-5 
6-1 



284 

208 
218 
204 
2 JO 
190 
238 
71/ 
308 
240 



Jr. 

So. 

Fr. 

Sr. 

Jr. 



RS 
SQ 
HS 
2V 
2V 



Lakeland, Fla. |George Jenkins HSJ 

Largo, Fla. (Seminole HSJ 

Clinton, Md (Gwynn Park HS) 

Bronx, NY (Milford (Conn ) Academy/Nassau CCj 

Brandywme, Md. (Gwynn Park HS] 



Fr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
Sr. 

Jr 



HS 



RS 



HS 

3V 

HS 



Lisbon, Conn. (Norwich Free Academy] 

Germantown, Md. (Seneca Valley HS) 

Raeford, N.C. (Hoke County HS] 

Owings Mills, Md. (Mt St. Joseph HS/Hargrave Military AcademyJ 

Tampa, Fla (Thomas Jefferson HS] 

Frederick, Md. (Urbana HS) 

Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall HS) 

Upper Marlboro, Md. |Gwynn Park HS] 



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I* 


Ho. 


Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Exp. 


Hometown (High School/Last School) 




?9 


Sammy Maldonado 


TB 


6-0 


.' •; ■; 


Sr. 


IV 


Harrison, NY (Harrison HS/Ohio SI 




-w 


Dennis Marsh 


DT 


6-4 


264 


Fr. 


HS 


Browns Summit, N.C. (Northeast Guilford HS) 




'6(d) 


Eddie Matto 


OT 


6-4 


282 


Fr. 


RS 


Miami Lakes, Fla (Delaney HS (Md.J| 




»S fdl 


Brendan McDermond 


LS 


6-1 


240 


Fr. 


RS 


Columbia, Md. (River Hill HS] 




■>8 |d| 


Ryan McDonald 


C 


6-2 


275 


Jr. 


SO 


Hagerstown, Md (WilliamsportVConcord College] 




38 


Gerrick McPhearson 


CB 


5-10 


1 90 


Jr. 


IV 


Columbia, Md. |Howard HS] 




■15 


Dan Melendez 


WR 


6-2 


1 78 


Jr. 


2V 


Lancaster, Pa. IJ.P. McCaskey HS] 




8 


Mario Merrills 


TB 


5-10 


195 


Jr 


2V 


Columbia, Md (Wilde Lake HS] 




*5 


Shawne Mernman 


DE 


64 


245 


Jr. 


2V 


Upper Marlboro, Md. (Frederick Douglass HS] 




,54 


Derek Miller 


TE 


6-8 


264 


Jr. 


2V 


Carlisle, Pa (Boiling Springs HS] 




do 


Ryan Mitch 


on 


6-1 


217 


Fr. 


RS 


McLean, Va. (DeMatha HS] 




92 


Dre Moore 


DT 


6-4 


283 


Fr. 


RS 


Charlotte, N.C. (Independence HS) 




» fdl 


Mike Moyseenko 


OB 


6-0 


198 


Fr. 


RS 


Hagerstown, Md. (So. Hagerstown HS] 




58 


Brandon Nixon 


OT 


6-6 


315 


Fr. 


RS 


Pottstown, Pa (Pottstown HS] 




46 


Nick Novak 


PK 


6-0 


186 


Sr. 


3V 


Charlottesville, Va (Albemarle HS] 




61 


Victor Nwachukwu 


LB 


6-1 


240 


Jr. 


HS 


Baltimore, Md (Chesapeake HS] 




22 


Rich Parson 


WR 


5-10 


183 


Sr. 


3V 


Newark, Del | Newark Academy) 




36 


Adam Podlesh 


P 


5-11 


199 


So. 


IV 


Piftsford, NY. IPittsford Sutherland HS) 




20 


Greg Powell 


WR 


5-11 


181 


So. 


RS 


Annapolis, Md. (Annapolis HS] 




'65 


Matt Powell 


OT 


6-3 


343 


Jr. 


SO 


Ft Washinqton, Md [Oxon Hill HS 




,90 


Patrick Powell 


DE 


6-4 


246 


Fr. 


RS 


Richmond, Va [L C Bird HS 




59 


Dave Quaintance 


OG 


6-4 


280 


So 


SO 


Philadelphia, Pa. (Archbishop Ryan HS] 




!96 


Dane Randolph 


DE 


6-5 


,'44 


Fr. 


HS 


Columbia, Md. (Wilde Lake HS) 




137 


Landry Saha 


DB 


5-11 


185 


Fr 


RS 


Rockville, Md. |Richard Montgomery HS| 




J98 


Omarr Savaqe 


DE 


6-5 


252 


Fr. 


RS 


Piscataway, NJ. (Piscataway HS) 




'86 


Brad Schell 


TE 


6-5 


247 


So. 


SQ 


Spencerville, Md. (Paint Branch HS) 




■72 


Kyle Schmitt 


C 


6-4 


295 


Sr. 


3V 


Derry, Pa. (Derry Area HS) 




;76 Idl 


Henry Scott 


DT 


6-2 


271 


Sr. 


IV 


Baltimore, Md. IKenwood HS| 




44 |d| 


Jeris Smith 


LB 


6-2 


236 


So. 


SQ 


Eldersburq, Md. fLiberty HS) 




40 |d| 


Maurice Smith 


FB 


5-10 


228 


Sr. 


3V 


Waldorf, Md. (Westlake HS) 




|16 


Joel Statham 


QB 


6-1 


212 


So. 


IV 


Chatsworth, Ga. (Murray County HS| 




: 19JdL 


Jordan Steffy 


QB 


6-1 


210 


Fr. 


HS 


Leola, Pa. (Conestoqa Valley HS] 




•34 


Steve Suter 


WR 


5-9 


194 


Sr. 


2V 


Manchester, Md. (North Carroll HS) 




24 


Richard Taylor 


FS 


5-10 


188 


Fr. 


HS 


Centreville, Va. ICentreville HS| 




i 75 


Jaimie Thomas 


OT 


6-5 


330 


Fr. 


HS 


Harrisburg, Pa. (Bishop McDevitt HS| 




23 


Chris Varner 


CB 


5-11 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


Baltimore, Md Randallstown HS; 




9 


Jo Jo Walker 


WR 


5-9 


167 


Jr. 


2V 


Carrollton, Texas (Creekview HS) 




11 Idl 


Drew Weatherly 


WR 


6-3 


202 


So. 


IV 


Georqetown, Del. ISussex Central HS) 




15 


Curtis wllliams 


WR 


6-2 


201 


Sr. 


3V 


Huntinqton Station, N.Y (Huntington HS) 




60 


Edwin Williams 


OT 


6-4 


295 


Fr. 


HS 


Washinqton, D.C. (DeMatha HS) 




i* fd| 

12 


Josh Wilson 


CB 


5-9 


180 


So. 


IV 


Upper Marlboro, Md. IDeMatha HS) 




Marcus Wimbush 


SS 


5-11 


205 


So. 


IV 


Washington, D C (Dunbar HS 




|69 


Donnie Woods 


OG 


6-3 


285 


Fr. 


RS 


Dade City, Fla. [Thomas Jefferson HS) 





; (dl indi cateicate number 



_ Key: ' indicates varsity letters earned; RS in di cates redshirted in 2003: SQ indicates on squad in 2003 but did not lett er; HS indicates high school; TR indicates transfer. 



&cety*nc&fZe*i- (sf\Kiois 



Players 



Pronunciation 



Paschal Abiamiri 


PASS-kull a-BEE-uh-meery 


Rob Abiamiri 


a-BEE-uh-meery 


Tim Cesa 


CHASE-uh 


Obi Eqekeze 


oh-BEE eqq-uh-kay-ZEE 


Reuben Haiqler 


HAY-cjIerr 


Stephon Heyer 


steff-AHN HIGH-err 


Sam Hollenbach 


hall-un-BOCK 


D Qwell Jackson 


dee-KWELL 


Eddie Matto 


MAH-toe 


Gerrick McPhearson/Garrick Clig 


pronounced with hard G 


Adam Podlesh 


PODD-lesh 



Players 


Pronunciation 


Joel Statham 


STATE-umm 


Steve Suter 


SOO-turr 


Jaimie Thomas 


jay-mee 


Coaches 


Pronunciation 


Tom Brattan 


rhymes with latin 


Ralph Friedqen 


FREE-jun 


Ray Rychleski 


rich-LESS-key 


Dave Sollazzo 


so-LAH-zo 


Charlie Taaffe 


ryhmes with half 



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: 



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2004 NUMERICAL ROSTER 




Ricardo Dickerson 



Domon ique Foxworth 



J.P Humber 



Mario Merrills 



No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wat 


CI. 


Exp. 


Hometown [High School/List School) 


7 fd| 


Erin Henderson 


QB/LB 


6-4 


225 


Fr. 


HS 


Aberdeen, Md. (Aberdeen HS) 


?[dl 


Chris Kellev 


SS 


6-2 


204 


Sr. 


2V 


Germantown, Md. ISeneca Valley HS) 


3 


Rob Abiamiri 


TE 


6-2 


241 


Sr. 


IV 


Randallstown, Md. |Mount St. Joseph HS) 


4fd| 


Mike Moyseenko 


QB 


6-0 


198 


Fr. 


RS 


Haqerstown, Md. (So. Haqerstown HS] 


4 |d| 


Josh Wilson 


CB 


5-9 


ISO 


So. 


IV 


Upper Marlboro, Md. IDeMatha HS) 



FB/LB 



6-1 



254 



2V 



Hyattsville, Mr! (Northwestern HSJ 



CB 



5-11 



1/8 



3V 



Randallstown, Md (Western Tech HS) 



TB 



6-0 



216 



So. 



IV 



Lakeland, Fla IGeorq e Jenkins HSJ 



TB 



5-10 



195 



2V 



. C olum bia, M d. (Wi lde Lake H S) 



Jo Jo Walker 



WR 



5-9 



167 



2V 



Carrollton, Texas (Creekyiew HSJ 



Ryan M itch 



QB 



217 



Fr. 



RS 



McLean, Va. IDeMatha HS) 



II (dj 



12 



24 



26 



27(dJ_ 
27 (d) 



Dan Ennis 



Drew Wea therly 



Marcus Wimbush 



Ri chard Taylor 



Raymond Custis 



Milton Harris 

Keon Lattimore 



PK 



6-0 



150 



So. 



SQ 



Sykesville, Md. IGlenelq HS) 



WR 



6-3 



202 



So. 



Georgetown, Del. (Sussex Centr al HS) 



SS 



5-11 



205 



So. 



Washington, D.C. IDunbar HS) 



13 


Dan Gronkowski 


QB 


6-6 


247 


Fr. 


HS 


Amherst, N Y [Williamsville North HS) 


14 


Sam Hollenbach 


QB 


6-5 


218 


So. 


SQ 


Sellersville, Pa. (Pennndqe HS) 


15 


Curtis Williams 


WR 


6-2 


201 


Sr. 


3V 


Huntmqton Station, N.Y. (Huntinqton HS) 


16 


Joel Statham 


QB 


6-1 


212 


So. 


IV 


Chatsworth Ga (Murray County HS) 


17 


Reuben Haigler 


CB 


5 1 


186 


Sr. 


IV 


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


18 (d| 


Quintin Beltran 


SS 


5-10 


199 


Sr. 


SQ 


Woodbndge, Va. (CD. Hylton HS) 


18 |d| 


Vernon Davis 


TE 


6-3 


239 


So. 


IV 


Washinqton, D.C. (Dunbar HS) 


19 |d) 


Chimenem Amadi 


SS 


5-10 


193 


Fr. 


RS 


Riverdale, Md (Laurel HSJ 


19 fclf 


Jordan Steffy 


QB 


6-1 


210 


Fr. 


HS 


Leola, Pa. (Conestoqa Valley HS) 


20 


Greq Powell 


WR 


5-11 


181 


So. 


RS 


Annapolis, Md. (Annapolis HS) 


21 


Chris Choice 


CB 


5-11 


191 


So. 


SQ 


Suitland, Md. lEIeanor Roosevelt HS) 


22 


Rich Parson 


WR 


5-10 


183 


Sr. 


3V 


New i.'. 1 Del (Newarl AcademyJ 


23 


Chris Varner 


CB 


5-11 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


Baltimore, Md (Randallstown HS) 



FS 



5-10 



FS 



5-9 



Fr. HS Centreville, Va. [Centreville HSJ 

Sr. 3V _ Germantown, Md. (Northwest HSL 



FS 



5-11 



192 



SQ 



Lanham, Md. IDuyal HS/Delaware State) 



TB 



190 



HS 



O winqs M ills , Md. (M t. St. Jo se ph HS/Ha rgrave Military Academyl 



29 



Sammy Maldonado 



TB 



6-0 



233 



Sr 



Harrison, NY (Harrison HS/Ohio State] 



30 



32 



33 



J.J. Justice 



Kevin Barnes 



Tim Cesa 



Josh Allen 



CB 



180 



LB 



240 



Fr. 



HS Lisbon, Conn. (Norwich Free AcademyJ 

HS Glen Burnie, Md JOId Mill HS) 

RS Ke nnesa w, Ga. (Harrison HS) 



TB 



202 



2V 



Ta mpa, Fla. lEIeanor Roosevelt HS (Md .)) 



34 



Steve Suter 



WR 



5-9 



194 



2V 



Manchestei Md (North Carroll HS 



35(d) 
35(dj_ 
36 



3/ 



38 



39 



40(d) 

40(d) 

41 

42 

43(d) 

43(d) 

44 (d) 

44 (dj 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

SO 

51 

52 

54 



Albert Jones _ 
Wesley Jefferson 
Adam Podlesh 
Landry Saha 



Gernck McPhearson 



Obi Egekeze 
Christian Hill 
Maurice Smjth__ 
Kevin Eli 



Chase Bullock 
Jon Gruber 
Matt Deese 
Lance Ball 
Jens Smith 
Shawne Mernman 
Nick Novak 
Jon Condo 
William Kershaw 
Greg Lucas 
Jermame Lemons 
Eric Lenz 
D'Qwell Jackson 
David Holloway 



FB 



LB 



208 So. SQ B r andy wine, Md. |Gwynn Park HS) 

235 Fr. RS Clinton, M d. (Gw ynn Park HS) 



DB 

CB 
PK 



5-11 199 So. IV Pittsford, NY (Pittsford Sutherland HS) 

U3 r j Fr. RS Rockville, Md (Richard Montgomery HS) 



5-11 
5-10 

6 3 



190 



IV 



Columbia, Md. (Howard HSJ 



193 



Fr. 



HS 



LB 



6-1 



230 



Augusta, Ga (Westside HSJ 



FB 



5-10 



228 



DE 

LB 
FB 



6-2 
6-2 

5-8 



FB 



5-11 



TB 



5-9 



280 

22V 
710 
245 
222 



Si 
Fr. 
Jr. 

Fr. 
Fr. 



HS Germantown, Md. (Northwest HSJ 

3V Waldorf, Md. (Westlake HS) 

2V Deptford, N J (Deptford HS) 



HS 



Durham, N.C. JNorthern HS) 



SQ Somerville, N.J. (Bndgewater HSJ 

HS Greensboro, N.C. (NE Guilford HS) 

RS Teaneck, N.J. (Teaneck HS) 



IB 
DE 
PK 

LS/DE 
LB 



LB 
DE 

LB 
LB 
LB 



6-2 
6-4 
6-0 
6-3 
6-3 
6-1 
6-1 
6-4 
6-0 
6-2 



236 
245 
186 
230 

7.30 
1 4 (J 
238 
717 
231 
222 



So 
Jr. 
Sr. 
Sr. 
Jr. 



so 

2V 
3V 
3V 

2V 



Jr. 
Fr. 
Fr. 
Jr. 

So 



HS 

RS 
HS 
2V 
SO 



Eldersburg, Md. (Liberty HS) 

Upper Marlboro, Md. (Frederick Douglass HS] 

Charlottesville, Va. |Albemarle HS) 

Philipsburg, Pa. (Philipsburg-Osceola HS] 

Raeford, N.C. (Hoke County HS) 

Upper Marlboro, Md. (Gwynn Park HS] 

Tampa, Fla. (Thomas Jefferson HSJ 

Frederick, Md |Urbana HS) 

Largo, Fla. (Seminole HSJ 

Stephentown, N.Y. (Albany Academy) 



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No. 

55 icy 

55 |d) 
56 



57 



58 
59 
60 
61 



63 



Name 

Brendan McDermond 
Trey Covington 
Robert Jenkins 
Jared Gaither 
Brandon Nixon 
Dave Quaintance 
Edwin Williams 
Victor Nwachukwu 



Andrew Crummey 



Justin Duffle 
Matt Powell 



Garnck Clig 
Jack Griffin 
Ryan McDonald 
Carlos Feliciano 



Donnie Woods 



Stephon Heyer 
Brock Choate 



Kyle Schmitt 



jcottBurley_ 



C.J. Brooks 



Jaimie Thomas 



Henry Scott 



Eddie Matto 



Russell Bonham 



Ryan Flynn 



Lou Lombardo 



Joey Haynos 



Paschal Abiamin 



Derrick Fenner 



Pos. 

LS 

LB/DE 



C 

DT 

OT 

OG 
OT 



Hgt 

6-1 
6 i 
6-2 
6-9 
6-6 
64 
6-4 



Wgt 

240 
230 
284 
300 
315 
280 
295 



CI. 

Fr. 
Fr. 
Jr. 

Fr 
Fr 
So. 

Fi 



LB 

OG 

NT 



6-1 
6-5 

6 I 



240 

278 
274 



OT 



6-3 



343 



OG 



6-3 



284 



Jr. 
Fr. 
Jr. 
Jr. 
Fr. 



Exp. 

RS 
HS 
RS 
HS 
RS 
SQ 
HS 
TR 
RS 
IV 
SQ 
RS 



DT 



DT 



OG 



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



270 
275 
290 
285 



Fr. 
Jr. 

Fr 
Fr. 



HS 



Hometown /High School/Lust School) 

Columbia, Md. (River Hill HS) 

Bowie, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 

Bronx, NY (Milford (Conn.) Academy/Nassau CC) 

White Plains, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 

Pottstown, Pa. (Pottstown HS) 

Philadelphia, Pa. (Archbishop Ryan HS) 

Washington, DC (DeMatha HS) 

Baltimore, Md. (Chesapeake HS) 

Van Wert, Ohio (Van Wert HS) 

Gaithersburg, Md. JLandon HS) 

Ft. Washington, Md (Oxon Hill HS) 

Port Orange, Fla. (Spruce Creek HS) 

Enfield, Conn. (Enfield HS) 



SQ 



HS 



Hagerstown, Md. (Williamsport HS/Concord ColtegeL 
Elizabe th, N J (Elizabeth HS) 



RS 



Dade City, Fla |Thomas Jefferson HS) 



OT 6-6 295 Jr. 2V Lawrenceville, Ga. (Brookwood HSj 

OT 6-4 282 Fr. RS Montoursville, Pa (Loyalsock Township HS) 



6-4 



295 



3V 



Derry Pa (DerryArea HS) 



OT 



6-6 



340 



Fr. 



HS 



Baltimore, Md (Woodlawn HS) 



OG 



6-5 



311 



3V 



R ex, Ga. (Morrow H S) 



or 



6-5 



330 



DT 



6-2 



271 



HS Harnsburg, Pa. (Bishop McDevitt HS) 

IV Baltimore, Md (Kenwood HS) 



OT 



6-4 



282 



Fr. 



RS 



Miami Lak es, Fla . ( Delaney HS IMd.l 



OG 



6-2 



300 



2V 



Winston-Salem, N.C (Carvei HS] 



OT 



6-3 



284 



2V 



Youngstow n, Ohio (Cardinal Moone y HS) 



OT 6-5 308 Sr. 3V Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall HS) 

TE 6-8 243 Fr. RS Rockville, Md. (Gonzaqa College HS) 



WR 



6-2 



194 



So. 



SQ 



Randallsto wn, Md. (Mount St. Josegh HSJ 



WR 



186 



2V 



Hamp ton, Va. I Hampton HSJ_ 



Derek Miller 



TE 



264 



2V 



Carlisle, Pa. (Boiling Springs HSJ 



Dan Melendez 
Brad Schell 



WR 



6-2 



178 



TE 



6-5 



247 



So. 



2V Lancas ter, P a. (J.R McCa sk ey HS) 

SQ Spencerville, Md. (Paint Branch HS| 



Jason Goode 



TE 



6-4 



230 



HS 



Baltimore, Md (Woodlawn HSJ 



Patrick Powell 



DE 



6-4 



246 



RS 



Richmon d, Va. |LC. Bird HSj 



Mack Frost 



DE 



6-5 



260 



Fr. 



HS 



Columbia, SC [Spring Valley HS, 



Dre Moore 



Davian Bryan 



DT 



6-4 



283 



RS 



Charlotte, N C (Independence HS) 



NT 



5-11 



283 



SQ 



Hyattsville, Md (Northwestern HS; 



Conrad Bolston 



DT 



6-3 



280 



So. 



IV 



Burtonsville, Md. (St. J ohn's College H S) 



Dane Randolph 



DE 



6-5 



244 



Fr. 



HS 



Columbia. Md (Wilde Lak e HS) 



Dennis Marsh 



Omarr Savag e 



R obert Armstr ong 



DT 



6-4 



264 



Fr. 



HS 



Browns Summit N C (Northeast Guilford HS 



DE 



6-5 



252 



Fr. 



RS 



Piscataway N J [Piscataway HSj 



NT 



6-4 



298 



So. 



IV 



Arling to n, Va . (Washington-Lee HS/Fo r k Union Military) 



Idl indicateicate number. 



Key: ' indicates v arsity letters ear ned; RS indica tes redshirted in 2003; SQ indicates on squad in 2003 but did not letter, HS indicates high school, TR indicates transfer 



Players 


Pronunciation 


n u i At.- ■ - nArr i II nrr i_ 


raschai ADiamin 






ivus-Kuii a-BEc-un-meeiy 


Rob Abiamiri 






a-BEE-uh-meery 


Tim Cesa 






CHASE-uh 










Obi Eqekeze 






oh-BEE eqq-uh-kay-ZEE 


Reuben Haiqler 






HAY-glerr 


Stephon Heyer 






steff-AHN HIGH-err 


Sam Hollenbach 






hall-un-BOCK 


D'Qwell Jackson 






dee-KWELL 


Eddie Matto 






MAH-toe 


Gerrick McPhearson/Garrick 


Cliq 


pronounced with hard G 


Adam Podlesh 






PODD-lesh 



Players 



Pronunciation 



Joel Statham 


STATE-umm 


Steve Suter 


SOO-turr 


Jaimie Thomas 


jay-mee 


Coaches 


Pronunciation 


Tom Brattan 


rhymes with latin 


Ralph Friedqen 


FREE-jun 


Ray Rychleski 


rich-LESS-key 


Dave Sollazzo 


SO-LAH-zo 


Charlie Taaffe 


ryhmes with half 



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fllUKRYLAND^FfrV' 






TERPS BY STATE 



Maryland (44) 




8 1 Paschal Abiamin 


WR 


So. 


Randallstown. Md. IMount St. Joseph HS| 


3 Rob Abiamin 


TE 


Sr. 


Randallstown, Md IMount St. Joseph HS] 


86 |d| Chimenem Amadi 


SS 


Fr. 


Riverdale, Md. (Laurel HS) 


3 1 Kevin Barnes 


CB 


Fr. 


Glen Burnie, Md. (Old Mill HS) 


95 Conrad Bolston 


DT 


So. 


Burtonsville, Md |St. Johns Colleqe HS| 


93 Davian Bryan 


NT 


Jr. 


Hyattsville, Md. (Northwestern HS] 


73 Scott Burlev 


OT 


Fr. 


Baltimore. Md (Woodlawn HS) 


2 1 Chris Choice 


CB 


So. 


Suitland, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 


55 |d| Trey Covinqton 


LB/DE 


Fr. 


Bowie, Md (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 


26 Raymond Custis 


FS 


Sr. 


Germantown, Md INorthwest HS) 


5 Ricardo Dickerson 


FB/LB 


Jr. 


Hyattsville, Md (Northwestern HS) 


64 Justin Duffie 


NT 


Jr. 


Gaithersburq, Md. (Landon HS) 


] ! Dan Ennis 


PK 


So. 


Sykesville. Md. IGlenelq HS) 


6 Domonique Foxwortl" 


CB 


Sr 


Randallstown. Md (Western Tech HS) 


57 Jared Gaither 


DT 


Fr. 


White Plains, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 


88 Jason Goode 


TE 


Fr. 


Baltimore, Md (Woodlawn HS) 


27 |d] Milton Harris 


FS 


Jr. 


Lanham, Md. (Duval HS/Delaware State) 


80 Joev Havnos 


TE 


Fr. 


Rockville Md [Gonzaga College HS) 


2 |d| Erin Henderson 


OB/LB 


Fr. 


Aberdeen, Md. lAberdeen HS| 


40|d| Christian Hill 


LB 


Fr. 


Germantown, Md (Seneca Valley HS) 


35 |d| Wesley Jefferson 


LB 


Fr. 


Clinton, Md IGwynn Park HS] 


35|d| Albert Jones 


TB 


So. 


Brandywine Md [Gwynn Pari HS] 


27 |d| Keon Lattmore 


TB 


Fr. 


Owinqs Mills, Md |Mt. St. Joseph HS/Haiqrave MAI 


5 1 Eric Lenz 


LB 


Fr. 


Frederick, Md (Urbana HS) 


79 Lou Lombardo 


OT 


Sr. 


Baltimore, Md. (Calvert Hall HS) 


49 Greq Lucas 


LB 


Jr. 


Upper Marlboro, Md (Gwynn Park HSJ_ 


2 |d] Chris Kellev 


SS 


Sr. 


Germantown, Md ISeneca valley HS] 


55 |d| Brendan McDermond 


OL 


Fr. 


Columbia, Md. (River Hill HS] 


68 Ryan McDonald 


C 


Jr 


Haqerstown, Md IWilliamsport HS/Concord Colleqe] 


38 Gernck McPhearson 


CB 


Jr. 


Columbia, Md. (Howard HS) 


8 Mario Merrills 


TB 


Jr. 


Columbia Md [Wilde Lake HSJ 


45 Shawne Mernman 


DE 


Jr. 


Uppei Marlboro Md [Frederic! Douglass HSJ 


4 |d| Mike Moyseenko 


OB 


Fr. 


Haqerstown, Md (So Haqerstown HS) 


6 1 Victor Nwachukwu 


LB 


Jr. 


Baltimore, Md IChesapeake HS) 


20 Greq Powell 


WR 


So. 


Annapolis, Md (Annapolis HS) 


65 Matt Powell 


OG 


Jr. 


Ft. Washinqton, Md. (Oxon Hill HS) 


96 Dane Randolph 


DE 


Fr. 


Columbia Md (Wilde Lake HS) 


86 [d| BradSchell 


TE 


So. 


Spencerville, Md (Paint Branch HS) 


76 (d) Henry Scott 


DT 


''.i 


Baltimore, Md (Kenwood HS) 


44 Jens Smith 


LB 


So. 


Eldersburq, Md. (Liberty HS) 


40 Maurice Smith 


FB 


Sr. 


Waldorf, Md [Westlake HS) 


34 Steve Suter 


WR 


Sr. 


Manchester Md. INorth Carroll HS] 


23 Chris Varner 


CB 


Fr. 


Baltimore. Md. (Randallstown HSI 


4 |d| Josh Wilson 


CB 


So. 


Upper Marlboro, Md (DeMatha HS) 


Connecticut (2) 


67 Jack Griffin 


DT 


Fr 


Enfield, Conn. (Enfield HSI 


30 J J Justice 


S 


Fr. 


Lisbon, Conn (Norwich Free Academyl 


Delaware (2) 


22|d| Rich Parson 


WR 


Sr. 


Newark, Del. INewark Academyl 


1 1 |d| Drew Weatherly 


WR 


So. 


Georqetown, Del. (Sussex Central HSI 


Florida (7) 








33 Josh Allen 


TB 


Jr. 


Tampa, Fla. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS (Md.)) 


66 Garnck Cliq 


OG 


Fr. 


Port Orange, Fla (Spruce Creek HS) 


7 J P Humber 


TB 


So 


Lakeland, Fla. (Georqe Jenkins HSI 


52 D'Qwell Jackson 


LB 


Jr 


Largo, Fla |Semmole HSI 


50 Jermaine Lemons 


DE 


Fr 


Tampa, Fla |Thomas Jefferson HSI 


■ 


OG 


Fr. 


Miami i ineyHS|MrJ.|| 


69 Donnie Woods 


OG 


Fr. 


Dade City. Fla [Thomas Jefferson HS) 


Georgia (5) 








74 CJ Brooks 


or, 


Sr. 


Rex, G.i IMorrow HS] 


27|dj TimCesa 


LB 


Fr. 


Kennesaw, Ga (Harrison HS) 


39 Obi Eqekeze 


PK 


Fr 


Augusta, Ga (westside HS) 


70 Stephon Heyer 


OT 


Jr. 


Lawrenceville, Ga (Brookwood HS) 



New Jersey (51 




1 


44 |d| Lance Ball 


TB 


Fr. 


Teaneck. NJ (Teaneck HSI 


41 Kevin Eli 


DE 


Sr. 


Deptford, N.J. (Deptford HS] 


68 |d| Carlos Feliciano 


DT 


Fr. 


Elizabeth, NJ. (Elizabeth HS] 


43 Jon Gruber 


FB 


Jr. 


Somerville, NJ IBridqewater HS] 


98 Omarr Savaqe 


DE 


Fr. 


Piscataway NJ. (Piscataway HSI 


New York (6) 








1 3 Dan Gronkowski 


QB 


Fr. 


Amherst, NY (Williamsville North HSI 


59 |d| David Hollowav 


LB 


So 


Stephentown N > [Albany Academ\ 


56 Robert Jenkins 


C 


Jr. 


Bronx, NX (Milford (Conn.l Acad /Nassau CC] 


29 Sammy Maldonado 


TB 


Sr. 


Harrison, NY. (Harrison HS/Ohio State) 


36 Id) AdamPodlesh 


P 


So. 


Pittsford, N.Y IPittsford Sutherland HSI 


15 Curtis Williams 


WR 


Sr. 


Huntinqton Station, NY [Huntmqton HS) 


North Carolina (6) 


77 Russell Bonham 


OG 


Jr. 


Winston-Salem, N.C ICarver HSI 


42 Chase Bullock 


LB 


Fr. 


Durham, N.C. INorthern HS] 


43 |d| Matt Deese 


FB 


Fr. 


Greensboro, N.C. (NE Guilford HS) 


48 William Kershaw 


LB 


Jr. 


Raeford, N.C IHoke County HS] 


97 Dennis Marsh 


DT 


Fr. 


Browns Summit, N.C INortheast Guilford HSI 


92 fd| Dre Moore 


DT 


Fr. 


Charlotte, N.C. (Independence HSI 


Ohio (2) 


63 Andrew Crummey 


C/OG 


Fr. 


Van Wert, Ohio [Van Wert HSI 


78 Ryan Flynn 


OT 


Sr 


Younqstown, Ohio (Cardinal Moonev HSI 


Pennsylvania 


(ID 






71 Brock Choate 


OT 


Fr. 


Montoursville, Pa. ILoyalsock Township HS) 


47 Jon Condo 


LS/DE 


Sr 


Philipsburq. Pa. IPhilipsburq-Osceola HS| 


1 7 Reuben Haiqler 


CB 


Sr. 


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


14 Sam Hollenbach 


QB 


So. 


Sellersville, Pa IPennndqe HSI 


85 Dan Melendez 


WR 


Jr. 


Lancaster, Pa LLP McCaskev HSI 


84 Derek Miller 


TE 


Jr. 


Carlisle, Pa. IBoilmq Spnnqs HSI 


58 Brandon Nixon 


OT 


Fr. 


Pottstown, Pa. IPottstown HS) 


59 |dj Dave Quaintance 


OG 


So 


Philadelphia, Pa. lArchbishop Ryan HS) 


72 Kyle Schmitt 


C 


Si 


Derry Pa. (Derry Area HSI 


19 (d| Jordan StetTy 


OB 


Fr. 


Leola. Pa. (Conestoqa Valley HSI 


75 Jaimie Thomas 


OT 


Fr. 


Harnsburq, Pa (Bishop McDevitt HS) 


South Carolina (1) 


91 Mack Frost 


DE 


Fr. 


Columbia, S.C. ISprinq Valley HSI 


Texas (1) 








9 Jo Jo Walker 


WR 


Jr. 


Carrollton, Texas ICreekview HSI 



Virginia (7) 



91 Ro b ert Armstrong 



NT So. Arlington, Va. IW ashmqton-Lee HS/Fork Union Military 



18 Id) Qumtin Beltran 



TB Sr 



Woodbridqe, Va. [CD, Hylto n HSI 



83 Derrick Fenner 



WR Jr. 



10 Ryan Mitch 



OB 1 1 



Hampton, Va. IHampton HSI 
McLe an, Va [DeMatha HS] 



46 Nick Novak PK Sr. 


Charlottesville Va [Albemarle HS) 


90 Patrick Powell DE Fr. 


Richmond, Va. ILC. Bird HSI 


24 Richard Tayloi CB Fr. 


Centreville, Va |Centreville HSI 


Washington D.C. (3) 


I8|d| Vernon Davis TE So. 


Washinqton, D.C. (Dunbar HS| 


60 Edwin Williams OT Fr. 


Washington, D C [DeMatha HS) 


12 Marcus Wimbush SS So. 


Washington, D C [Dunbar HS) 



Joel Statham 



OB So 



I til; Ga [Murray. County HS) 



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PERSONNEL BREAKDOWN 



LETTERMEN 
RETURNING (39) 

Offense (24) 

Quarterback Joe l Statham 



LETTERMEN 
LOST (25) 



Tailback 



Josh Allen, J.P Humbec Sammy 
Maldonado, Mario Merrills 



Fullback 



Ricardo Dick erson, Maurice Smith 



Wide Receiver Derrick Fenner. Dan Melendez, Rich 

Parson, Steve Suter, Jo Jo Walker, Drew 
Weatherly, Curtis Williams 



Tight End Rob Abi amin, Vernon Davis, Derek Miller 

Line Russell Bonham, C J. Brooki, Ryan Flynn, 
Stephon Heyer Lou Lombardo. Ryan 
McDonald, Kyle Schmitt 

Defense(13) 

Line Rob Armstrong, Conrad Bolston, Kevin 
Eli, Henry Scott 



Offense (11) 


Quarterback 


Orlando Evans, Scott McBnen 


Tailback 


Bruce Perry 


Fullback 


Bernie Fiddler 


Wide Receiver 


Latrez Harrison, Onnie Onwuemene, 
Jafar Williams 


Tight End 


Jeff Duqan 


Line 


Lamar Bryant, Eric Dumas, Ed Tyler 


Defense (14) 


Line 


Tosm Aban, CJ, Feldheim. Scott Smith. 
Rand) Starks 



Linebacker 



Leroy Ambush, Jamahl Cochran, Andrew 
Henley, Leon Joe, Reggie Holmes 



Linebacker 



Jon Condo, D dwell Jackson. William 
Kershaw, Shawne Mernman. 



Secondary Jamal Chance, Curome Cox, Andrew 

Smith, Madieu Williams, Dennard Wilson 



Secondary Ray Custis, Domonique Foxworth, Chris 
Kelley, Josh Wilson, Marcus Wimbush 



Specialists (0) 



Specialists (2) 



Kicker 



None 




77ie Terps lose Lamar Bryant f73j, but return Dan Melendez 185] and Steve Suter (34). 



STARTERS 
RETURNING (11) 



Offense (5) 


TB Josh Allen 


8/8 


WR Steve Suter 


in/ii 


OT Stephon Heyer 


13/13 


OT CJ Brooks 




C 


13/15 


Defense (4) 


DE Kevin Eli 


9/9 


IB DQwell Jackson 


13/13 


IB Shawne Mernman 


5/6 


CB Domonique Foxworth 


13/29 


Specialists (2) 


P Adam Podlesh 


13/13 


PK Nick Novak 


13/38 


STARTERS LOST (1 3) 

Offense (6) 


QB Scott McBnen 


13/27 


FB Bernie Fiddler 


9/9 


WR Latrez Harrison 


12/22 


OG Lamar Bryant 


10/42 


OT Eric Dumas 


13/27 


TE JeffDugan 


; i/4( 


Defense (7) 


DT Randy Starks 


13/28 


DT CJ. Feldheim 


13/32 


I B Leroy Ambush 


13/25 


LB Leon Joe 


13/37 


CB Curome Cox 


13/45 


FS Madieu Williams 


13/27 


SS Dennard Wilson 


13/31 


Specialists (0) 


Note: 2003 starts/career starts in third column. 


LETTERMEN AT A GLANCE 


Offense 


Returning: 24 Lost: 1 1 


Defense 


Returninq: 13 Lost: 13 


Specialists 


Returning 2 Lost 


STARTERS AT A G LAN C E 


Offense 




Returninq: 5 Lost: 6 


Defense 


Returninq: 4 Lost 7 


Specialists 


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MARYLANO^^^arr 







2004 QUICK FACTS 




General 






Name of School 




University of Maryland 


City, Zip 




Colleqe Park, Md. 20742-0295 


Founded 




1807 


Enrollment 




34.1 All 


Nickname 




Terrapins, Terps 


School Colors 


Red IPMS 1861, White, Black, Gold |PMS 1 12| 


Stadium/Capacity 




Bvrd Stadium/5 1,000 


Surface 




Natural qrass 


Affiliation 




NCAA Division l-A 


Conference 




Atlantic Coast 


President (Alma Mater, Year) 




Dr. CD. Mote, Jr. (California '59) 


Athletics Director |Alma Mater, Year) 


Deborah A. Yow lEIon 74| 


History 


First year of football 




1892 


All-time bowl/playoff record 




8 1 2 


Years in postseason play 


21 11947,49,51 


53-55, 73-78, 80, 82-85, 90, 01-031 


Last postseason 2003, defeated West Virqinia, 


41-7, in the 2004 Toyota Gator Bowl 


All-time record 




567493-43 1534/1,103 qamesl 


Media Relations 


Assoc. A.D./Media Relations 




Douq Dull 


SID office phone 




[3011314-7064 


Home phone 




[41017964449 


E-Mail 




ddull@umd edu 


Football SID/Asst. Director 




Greq Creese 


Office Phone 




[3011314-7065 


Home phone 




[3011887-1199 


E-Mail 




qcreese@umd.edu 


Press Box Phone 




301405-7810 


SID Mailing Address 


2725 Comcast Center Colleqe Park, MD 20742 


Overnight Address 


2725 Comcast Center, Colleqe Park, MD 20742 


Web Site 




www.umterps.com 





Coaching S taff 



Head Coach [Alma Mater, Year) 


Ralph Fnedgen [Maryland 70i 


Record at school [years] 


31-8 (3seasons| 


Career record (years) 


3 1 -8 (3 seasons) 


Football office phone 


301-314-7095 


Best time to reach coach 


Throuqh Media Relations Office 


Weekly Press Conference 


Tuesdays, 1 p.m. 



ASSISTANT COACHES 



Charlie Taaffe [Siena 75) 



Offensive coordinator/Quarterbacks 4th season at UM 



Gary Blackney [Connecticut 67) Defe nsive coordinator/Secondary 4th season .it UM 



Tim Banks (Central Michigan 94) 



Inside Linebackers 



2nd season at UM 



Tom Brattan IDelaware 72) 



Offensive Line 



4th season at UM 



James Franklin (E. Stroud sburq 95[Wide Receivers/Recruiting Coord 5th season at UM 
J3i)LO'Brien (Brown 92) Running Backs 2nd season at U M 



Ray Rychleski (Millersville 79] Special Teams Coordinator/Tight Ends 4 th season at UM 
Al Seamonson [Wisconsin '82) Outside Linebackers/Special Teams Ass t. 4th season at UM 
Dave Sollazzo (The Citadel 77) Defensive Line 



Sandy Worth [Maryland 731 



Athletic Trainer 



4th season at UM 
3 1st season at UM 



Dwight Gait (Maryland 81) Strength & Conditioning Coach 1 6th season at UM 



Ron Ohrmqer [Maryland 85) 



Equipment Manager 



1 7th season at UM 






Team Information 



2003 overall record 




10-3 


2003 conference record/finish 




6 2 [2 '1 


2003 final rankings 




AP 17 ESPN/USATodq 20th 


Basic offense 




Multiple 


Basic defense 




4-3 


Letterwinners returning 


Offense: 24 


Defense 1 3 




Specialty: 2 


Total 39 


Letterwinners lost 


Offense: 11 


Defense: 14 




Specialty 


Total: 25 


Starters returning 


Offense: 5 


Defense 4 




Specialty: _2 


Total: II 



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MARYUINB^r/^fT 







ABIAM 



IRI 



illAMIRI 




(Mount Sa int Jose ph HS) 



On Abiamiri: Third-year player who is part of a deep Mary- 
land receiving corps ... spent most of 2003 on the offensive 
scout team but will look to challenge for playing time as a 
sophomore ... posted a 450-pound squat and 38 1/2-inch 
vertical jump in spring testing. 

2003 |Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in one game (The 
Citadel) ... did not record any statistics . . looked good in the 
preseason, having a strong spring game, as he led the White 
team in receiving with five receptions for 73 yards and a pair 
of touchdowns. 

2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season 

High School: A two-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of Ml Saint Joseph High School in Baltimore, Md. ... a two- 
year starter at wide receiver . . caught 38 passes for 426 yards 
and three touchdowns as a senior ... also was on the receiv- 
ing end of two two-point conversions and was the "gunner" 
on special teams in 2001 ... best year, statistically, was his 
junior season when he had 42 receptions for 782 yards 
and seven TDs ... a first-team All-MIAA (Maryland Inter- j 
scholastic Athletics Association! pick as a senior ... also a j 
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 outdoors in the 200 and 400 meters, the long 
jump, triplejump and high jump . . . verbally com- 
mitted to Maryland prior to the 2001 season .. 
high school coach was Mike Working. 



(Mount Saint Joseph HS) 

On Abiamiri: Player who will look to play a significant role 
at tight end his senior season ... will share time as an H-back 
and "posse" tight end with Vernon Davis, with both players 
often seeing the field at the same time .has added 20 pounds 
since his junior season ... saw spot duty at tight end in 2003, 
showing his worth as a blocker and occasionally as a receiver 
,.. 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 ... posted a 37-inch vertical 
jump in spring testing, second-best ever by a Maryland tight 
end 

2003 |Junior|: Saw action in 
all 13 games, starting one 
(West Virginia) due to the for- 
mation in which Maryland 
opened the game ... (vs. 
WVU\ ... had an 8-yard recep- 
tion on pass up the sideline in 
the third quarter ... [at FSUj ... re- 
corded his first career reception for four 
yards. 



Personal: Paschal E 

Abiamiri was born April 23 

1984... is the son of Rita 

and Peter Abiamiri and 

the brother of current 

Terp tight end, Rob . . . 

majoring in criminology and 

criminal justice . . name is pronounced PASS-kull 



' E A. 



C.nreev- ^tMc£>tLcs> 



Receiving 

2003 



frGJ /?« Yds 



1-0 




2002 (Sophomorej: 

not see game action. 



Did 



2001 |Redshirt Freshman): 

Appeared in four games with no starts 
was hampered all season by a condi- 
tion in his right foot. 

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 2000 graduate of 
Mount St. Joseph High School in Bal- 
timore, Md ...a two-year varsity per- 
former . . . blossomed as a senior by earn- 
ing first team all-state and All-Mid-Atlantic 
honors from SuperPrep and PrepStar ... was 
also named to the Baltimore Sun's All-Metro team 
... totaled 13 touchdowns as a senior (eight re- 
ceiving, two rushing, two on punt returns and one 
on a kickoff return) ... finished with 28 recep- 
tions for 779 yards ... also competed in bas- 
ketball and track ... a National Football Foun- 
dation Scholar-Athlete honoree ... high school coach was Mike 
Working. 



Personal: Robert Obinna Abiamiri was born December 2 
1982 ...son of Rita and Peter Abiamiri ... brother, Paschal, is 
sophomore wideout on this year's team ... majoring in ecot 
nomics and criminology and criminal justice ... a Maryland 
scholar-athlete in 200 1. 



Receivinq (hGS Ree Yds 


Avq 


TD 


„ 


2001 


4-0 


0.0 







2002 


0-O 


0.0 





— 


2003 


13-1 2 12 


6.0 





s 


Career 


17-1 2 12 


6.0 





8 







Tailback 



5-11 *202«Jr-2V 



Tampa, Fla. 



( Eleanor Roosevelt (Md.) HS) 

On Allen: Third-year back who has been solid, if not spec- 
tacular, in his first two years at the collegiate level . . worked 
his way into significant playing time at tailback as a true fresh- 
man in 2002 and spent the majority of last season as Man/lands 
starter has breakaway speed and hits the hole hard has 
posted 1 6 rushing touchdowns in just two years at the colle- 
giate level, a total that places him just two scores outside the 
school's career top 1 heading into his junior campaign .. 
averages a robust 5.4 yards per carry for his career ... an Iron 
Terp who posted a 355-pound bench, 565-pound squat and 
4.49 time in the 40-yard dash in spring testing. 

2003 (Sophomore): Played in all 13 games, starting eight 
... ranked sixth in the ACC with 70.9 rushing yards per game 
... led Maryland with eight rushing touchdowns and 922 yards 
.. [at NCSU\ . . averaged 6.3 yards per carry, finishing with 
1 44 rushing yards on 23 attempts ... longest run of the game 
was 32 yards but his 28-yard scamper up the sideline |on I 2 - 
and-21 from the 1 1| was one of the key plays in the Terps 
comeback ... run came on the Terps' final touchdown drive ... 
added a 25-yard reception on a screen pass in the second 
quarter to gain a first down ..'(vs. UVa) ... named ACC Offen- 
sive Back of the Week ... had an incredible performance, rush- 
ing for 257 yards on 38 carries with two touchdowns ... 257- 
yard day was the 1 1 th-best in ACC history and the third-best 
single-game rushing performance in Maryland history behind 
only LaMont Jordans 306 yards against Virginia in 1 999 and 
Bruce Perry's 276 yards vs. Wake Forest in 200 1 it was also 
the second-best rushing day in the ACC (eighth-best nation- 
ally! in 2003 .38 rushing attempts in the game stands as the 
fifth-highest total in a single game in Terp history ... second 
touchdown came on an 80-yard run in the second quarter 
when he bounced off right tackle and outran the Virginia 
defenders downfield to the end zone ... run was the longest 
of his career ... [vs. UNQ ...had a career-long reception for 43 



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iatdi and his first career-receiving touchdown on a 
creen pass from Scott McBrien in the second quar- .m, 
er.. ran for a touchdown in the second quarter , /■/ 
on a 5-yard play as he banged his way up ther 
niddle to the end zone ,.. [at EMUi ... finished 
vith 7 1 yards on 1 8 rushing attempts and three 
eceptions for 31 yards ... scored two 
lushing touchdowns ... second 
ouchdown run of the game featured 
! stiff-arm of the linebacker on the 
[vay to an 8-yard score . (vs. WVU\ 
. gained 54 yards on 16 rushing 
ittempts ... showed good awareness 
)y catching a pass which deflected 
)ff Jo Jo Walker for a gam of 1 8 
'ards in the first quarter... scored a 
ouchdown in the second quarter ... [vs. 
Ihe Citadel] ... finished with 136 yards on 1 1 rush- 
ng attempts ... sprinted off left tackle for a 72-yard 
ouchdown on the first offensive play of the game . . . 
ilso had a 28-yard reception that came in the sec- 
wd quarter after he broke two tackles ... [at NIU] 
. had 67 yards on 20 rushing attempts . . . scored 
he Terps' first offensive touchdown of the sea- 
ton on a I -yard run in the first quarter. 



■ 





002 (Freshman): Saw action in eight 

james . finished the season second on 

he team in rushing yards (405) and TDs 

eight) despite missing five games .. 

weraged a robust 6.8 yards per carry 

.. tackled for a loss only twice on 
;i0 carries... [atUNQ ... had 
px cames for 9 1 yards 

1 5.6 avg.) with two 

ouchdowns ... 

;cored the Terps' fi- 
lial two TDs of the game with a 2-yard run in the third quarter 
jjnd a 60-yard jaunt in the fourth quarter ... [at Duke) ... had 
jwo cames for 16 yards, including an 1 1-yard TD run in the 
jiecond quarter ... left the game with a sprained left wrist ...[at 
Wl/j ...had a team and career-high 1 1 6 yards on 1 6 carries, 
'/vhile also adding two TDs ... named ACC Rookie of the Week 
"or his play ... broke through two tackles to score the second 
Maryland touchdown of the day, a 70-yard run in the first quar- 
ter became the first Terp freshman to run for over 1 00 yards 
L .ince ! 998 .. had first career catch for five yards ... (vs. Wofford) 
' .. posted 63 yards rushing on 1 4 cames ... scored two rushing 

:ouchdowns [I and 10 yards) ... had 38 yards rushing and a 
^ouchdown in the fourth quarter alone ... [vs. EMUj ... saw the 
'irst action of his collegiate career and led the Terps in rushing 
Wh 86 yards on 1 carries ... scored his first career TD on an 8- 

/ard run in the fourth quarter. 

High School: A three-year letterwmner and 2002 graduate 
Df Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, Md. ... highly 
'ated running back who was named a SuperPrep All-Ameri- 
can following his senior season ... rated 34th among the 
■nations running backs by SuperPrep ... one of the state of 
'Maryland's top high school prospects ... totaled 2,999 rush- 
ng yards his junior and senior seasons ... a consensus all- 
;tate selection who was named second team All-Met by'The 
Washington Post in 200 1 ... named first team all-league and 
irst team all-county ...a powerful back with outstanding 
;peed, he rushed for 1,771 yards and 2 1 touchdowns on just 
129 carries (13.7 average) as a senior despite missing three 
games with a bruised knee ... caught nine passes for 117 



yards and two touchdowns ... helped Roosevelt to a 12-1 
record, a state Class 4A runner-up finish and a final Associ- 
ated Press state ranking of No. 7 .. . as a junior in 2000, 
he rushed for 1,228 yards and 14 touchdowns in a 
wing-T offensive attack ... had three TD catches among 
his six receptions ... named second team all- 
state and second team all-county ... an out- 
standing track athlete who was the 200 1 
state Class 4A champion in the 100 
meters f T 0.8) and the Prince George's 
County champion in the triple jump 
and long jump as ajunior ... ran 
on the winning 4x200 relay 
team at the Nike New Balance 
Games in January of 2002, 
posting a time of 1 .28.62 
(the lOth-fastest high 
school indoor mark 
ever, according to Track 
& Field News]... also re- 
cruited by Northwest- 
ern, Georgia Tech, 
Pittsburgh and 
Georgia ... high 
school coach was 
Rick Houchens 

Personal: Joshua Lenard Allen was born June 1 1, 
1 983 . . . son of Leonard Allen . . . majoring in kinesiology . . . 
relocated to the Maryland area from Tampa, Fla„ after his 
sophomore year of high school when his father was trans- 
ferred for job-related reasons . . . high school teammate of fel- 
low Maryland sophomore Chris Choice. 




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Rushing CCS Att. Gain Lost Net Avg TD LP 


2002 


8-0 60 407 2 405 6.8 8 70 


2003 


13-8 186 957 35 922 5.0 8 80 


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21-8 246 1,364 371,327 S.4 16 80 


Receiving 


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2002 


8-0 3 8 2.7 5 


2003 


13-8 14 220 15.7 1 43 


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21-8 17 228 13.4 1 43 




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Strong Saf ety 
5-10 » 193* Fr-RS 



Riverdale, Md. 



(Laurel HS) 



On Amadi Second-year safety who walked on a year ago 
. . . will contribute as a member of the defensive scout team as 
he did in 2003 



2003 (Freshman| Redshirt season. 

High School A 2003 graduate and four-year letterwmner at 
Laurel High School in Laurel, Md. ... named team captain his 
senior year . . . earned second place on the team in the Stron- 
gest Spartan competition . . . played linebacker, running back, 
tight end and defensive end ... served as senior class vice 
president and junior class treasurer at Laurel . . . team posted 
a 6-3 record in 2002 ... high school coach was Mike Rodden. 

Personal Chimenem Amadi was born February 3, 1985 ... 
son of Leticia and Clement Amadi . . enrolled in the college of 
letters and sciences. 

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Arlington, Va. 
(Washington Lee HS/Fork 
Union Military) 



On Armstrong: A strong inside force who saw significant 
playing time in 2003, his first year as a Terp ... enters fall camp 
slated to start at nose tackle in 2004 ... originally signed with 
Virginia out of high school ... recorded a 420-pound bench 
and 495-pound squat in spring testing. 

2003 (Freshman): Played in 1 2 games, seeing the field 
more as the season progressed ... lone game in which he did 
not play was the first of the year, Northern Illinois ... finished 
with 12 tackles (six solo) and two quarterback hurries ... [vs. 
UVa) ... tied a season-high with three tackles (one solo) ... 
also recorded the first QB hurry of his career ... had a big stop 
on a Wall Lundi run for no gam in the first quarter ... [at G7) ... 
finished with three tackles (one solo) ... [vs. Duke) ... had three 




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tackles (two solo) ... [vs. The Citadel) ... recorded the first 
tackle of his collegiate career ... [atFSUj . . saw his first action 
as a Terp. 

Prep: A 2003 graduate of Fork Union Military Academy in 
Fork Union, Va. ... a 1 0-game starter .. . was the teams sec- 
ond-leading tackier from his defensive tackle spot as he 
notched 55 stops ... also posted seven sacks, one intercep- 
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, Va. ... saw action as an offensive and 
defensive tackle .. . led team in tackles from his defensive tackle 
spot ... a first team All-Northern Region selection . .. earned 
all-district honors as 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 wrestling . . . was a top five finisher in the heavy- 
weight division as ajunior 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 Woodbridge, Va. ... is the son of Willie and Kathy Armstrong 
... enrolled in the college of letters and sciences ... is one of 
five siblings (has three brothers and one sister) . . . lists Warren 
Sapp as his favorite athlete. 



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Tailb ack 

5-9 ♦ 222 • Fr.-RS 
Teaneck, N.J. 
(Teaneck HS) 



On Ball: Second-year back who will battle for playing time 
in his redshirt-freshman season ... impressed coaches in his 
first year with a combination of size, speed and shiftiness 
has very good feet for a player his size . . . showed the ability 
to get through the secondary in spring ball ... an Iron Terp 
who benched 370 and squatted 560 in spring testing. 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season named offensive scout 
team Player of the Week for the Duke game. 

High School: A 2003 graduate of Teaneck High School in 
Teaneck, N J . a three-year letterwmner and two-year starter 
. split time between tailback and fullback, primarily playing 
tailback as a senior ... rushed for 3,403 yards on 457 career 



carries with 39 touchdowns ... ran for 1,473 yards on 240 
carries (6. 1 avg.) with 1 8 touchdowns as a senior . . . also had 
1 receptions for 1 80 yards in 02 ... a first team all-state, all- 
county and all-league selection as a senior . . . first team All- 
Northern New Jersey, all-league and all-county while rush- 
ing 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 
sophomore, but injured his ankle in game two and missed 
the remainder of the season ... ran the fastest 20-yard shuttle 
at the Northeast Nike Football 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 Ball was born June 19, 1985 ... 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 kinesiology. 





Strong Safety 
5-10* 199 -Sr-SQ 



Wood bridg e , Va. 



(CD. Hylton HS) 



On Beltran: Player in his second season who impressed 
coaches with his play a season ago ... a hard-running tailback 
who has moved to safety in an effort to better seme the team 
... was the Offensive Scout Team Player of the Year in 2003. 

2003 (Junior): Worked as a tailback on the offensive scout 
team ... named Offensive Scout Team Player of the Year for 
his efforts . named offensive scout team player of the week 
for his work in practice leading up to the Virginia game. 

High School A four-year letterwmner at CD. Hylton High 

School in Woodbridge, Va rushed for over 2,000 yards as 

a tailback , , named a Newschannel 8 athlete of the week in 
200 1 ... Potomac News Athlete of the Year in 2001 ... named 
his teams Offensive Player of the Year . . . team posted back-to- 
back 12-0 seasons in 2000 and 2001 en route to two state 
championships ... high school coach was Bill Brown. 

Personal Quintin David Beltran was born February 13, 1984 
... son of Diana and Quintin Beltran ...a high school team- 
mate of Virginia linebacker Ahmad Brooks . . majoring in crimi- 
nology and criminal justice. 



BOLSTON 




Defensive Tackle 



6-3 • 280 ' So-IV 



Burtonsville, Md. 



(St. John's Colleg e HS) 



On Bolston: Second-year defensive lineman who spent time 
at defensive tackle and end last year ... enters fall atop tin 
depth chart at defensive tackle ... strong player who has showr 
the ability to get upfield ... an Iron Terp who posted a 550 
pound squat and 405-pound bench in the spring. 

2003 (Freshman): Saw spot duty in nine games... finishec 
the season with seven tackles, two TFLs and one sack ... (w 
CU\ ... recorded his first career sack in the second quarter aj 
he powered his way to the QB for a loss of three yards 
finished with two tackles (one solo) ... (vs. The Otade!\ ... re' 
corded the first two tackles of his collegiate career (one solo, 
... bulled through the line in the third quarter to record 1 
tackle for a loss of two yards ... [at FSU\ ... saw his first actior 
as a Terp. 

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-area by the 
Pigskin Club of Washington, DC. ... was named to the 
SuperPrep All-America team as a defensive lineman ... avei 
aged closed 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 1 4. 5 ppg 
... as a junior, recorded 55 tackles, 14 sacks and caused twj 
fumbles on his way to earning alkity honors on both sides c f 
the ball . also was named second team All-Met by The Wash- 
ington Post ... an outstanding wrestler who was 48-4 witn 
44 pins as a junior ... considered at least 14 scholarship OR 
fers, including Ohio State, Boston College, Florida, Tennessee 
and Penn State, among others ... high school coach as a st ■ 
nior was former Maryland offensive line coach Elliot Uzelac 

Personal: Conrad Bolston was born January 9, 1 985 . . (he 

son of Adna and Norman Bolston . enrolled in the college cf 
letters and sciences. 



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Offensive Guard 
62 • 300 • Jr.-2V 
Winston-Salem, IM.C. 
(Carver HS} 



On Bonham: Fourth-year junior who will try to compete for 
I a starting spot at guard in 2004 . . . participation was limited in 
■' spring as he recovered from a torn ACL In his left knee toward 
B the end of 2003 ... was playing his best football before injur- 
[ ing his knee ... posted the largest strength improvement of 
I any Terp offensive lineman in 2002 and 2003 . . . improved his 
U bench (405, +25 pounds), clean [303, +50 pounds) and squat 
1(610, +25 pounds) numbers, earning Iron Terp status in the 
' process in 2003 ... did not test in spring 

04 due to injury. 



2003 |Sophomore|: Played in five games ... committed 
just one penalty and had one missed assignment in 68 plays 
tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in prac- 
tice leading up to the NIC State game . . . [vs. The Citadel) . . 
saw most extensive action of the season, registering one "big 
block" on 40 plays. 

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 " 

2001 (Freshman|: Redshirt season. 



High School: A four-year letterwinner and 200 1 graduate of 
■1 Carver High School in Winston-Salem, N.C. ... started all four 
L' years at right tackle ... also spent time his first two years on the 
[ defensive line ... a consensus first team all-state selection as a 
Q junior and senior ... was the only junior in the state to earn 
^ first-team honors ... was also an All-North Piedmont Confer 
' ence selection and that conferences offensive player of the 
.year as a senior ... was selected to play in the North Carolina 
iShnne Bowl All-Star game ... rated by'ESPN.corrls Tom Lem- 



ming as one of the top 25 offensive-line recruits in the country 



... helped team to over 6,000 yards rushing in four years ... 
Carver ran up a 63-3 record in that span, winning the 1 998 
Class 3A State Championship along the way ... CHS went 1 4- 
1 1 in 2000, winning 1 4 straight before falling in the state semi- 
' finals ... threw the shot put for the track team ... was also 
recruited by Virginia Tech, NC State, South Carolina and Vir- 
ginia ... high school coach was Keith Wilkes. 

Personal: Russell Jimi Bonham was born May 2, 1983 ... is 
'j the son of Jimmieand Carmen Bonham ... majoring in crimi- 
nology and criminal justice. . . nickname is "Big Russ" . . . uncle, 
Bracy Bonham, was a North Carolina high school star who 
ultimately played in the NFL (Pittsburgh Steelers) . . . wears size 
1 6 shoes .. maintained a 3 . 1 GPA in high school ... is a very 
good, self-taught piano player who plays by ear 




Offensive Guard 
6-5 • 31 1 • Sr.-3V 
Rex, Ga, 



(Morrow HS) 

On Brooks: Fifth-year senior and All-America candidate who 
has become one of the best guards in the country ... a pre- 
season All-America selection by Playboy and Athlon (second 
team) ... is one of just two first team all-conference offensive 
linemen (and the lone guard) who return for 
2004 (FSUs Alex Barron the other) ... shifted 
from tackle to guard last season while filling in 
at tackle when necessary ... a starter in all 37 
games of his career ... a very technical blocker 
who has a firm grasp of the offense and block- 
ing 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 ... posted a 565-pound squat 
and benched 225 pounds 30 times in 
spring testing ... 695-pound squat he 
recorded in 2003 is second-best in 
school history by an offensive lineman. 



2003 (Junior|: Started all 13 
games at left guard ... a first team All- 
ACC selection ... finished the year with 
a team-high 37 "big blocks" while com- 
mitting just one penalty and allowing 
just one sack in 740 plays ... (at WFU] 
. . . posted 1 1 big blocks, most by any 
player in three years at Maryland ... 
had the key block on Bruce Perry's 
80-yard touchdown run in the 
third quarter as he sealed off his 
block creating a large hole in the 
left side of the line for Perry to 
burst through... (vs. UVa) 
led Maryland linemen 
with four "big 
blocks" ... (vs. 

UNQ ... tied \ <^r 

for the team 

lead with four "big blocks" on a team-high 71 plays ... (vs. 
Duke] ... had the key block on Sammy Maldonados rushing 
touchdown in the third quarter ... had two'"big blocks" ... [vs. 
CU] ... had the key block on Steve Suter's end-around, allow- 
ing him to extend the gain on the play ... finished with two 
"big blocks" ... (vs. WVU] ... had a key block on Bruce Perry's 
longest run of the night (14 yards) ... led all linemen with a 
season-high six "big blocks" on 63 plays ... (vs. The Citadel) ... 
recorded two "big blocks' on 35 plays. 



2002 |Sophomore): A starter in all 1 4 games ... started 13 
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. WFUj 
... led all offensive linemen with 79 snaps while adding five 
"big blocks" ... (af UVa) ... led the team with two "big blocks" 
... had one of the key blocks on the TD caught by Chris Downs 
in the first quarter ... (at CU) ... second on the team with six 
"big blocks" and played a team-high 79 snaps ... (vs. NCSU) 
... led the team with five "big blocks" in a team-high 56 snaps 
... (at UNQ ... was the team's 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. 67) ... first start of the season 
at left tackle ... was the team's second-highest graded offen- 
sive lineman ... made six "big blocks" ... named ACC Offen- 
sive Lineman of the Week for his efforts ... (vs. Akron] ... had 
a team-high eight "big blocks" ... [vs. Notre Dame] ... first 
career start at guard resulted in him being the game's highest 
graded offensive lineman. 

2001 [Redshirt Freshman): Started every game including 
the Orange Bowl ... a third team Freshman All-Amencan by 
The Sporting News . . . graded out as the Terps' top lineman 
once and the second-best lineman three times (Eastern Michi- 
gan, Georgia Tech and Clemson| ... (vs. NCSUJ ... started 
at left tackle and played 5 1 snaps ... /vs. Dukej 
... had one of the finest games of his young 
career ... graded out as Man/lands top of- 
fensive lineman along with Melvin 
Fowler ... registered a team-high six 
big blocks" (pancakes, downfield, 
etc.) ... offense averaged 7.7 yards 
per play and totaled 34 first 
downs ... had an excellent block 
to spring Shaun Hill for his 57- 
yard touchdown run ... nomi- 
nated for ACC Offensive 
Lineman of the Week ... 
played 56 snaps.. jvs.WFUj 
... nominee for ACC Rookie 
of the Week ... graded out as 
the Terps' third-best performer 
and played 66 snaps. 





2000 (Freshman): Redshirt 
season. 

High School: A 2000 

graduate of Morrow High 
School in Morrow, Ga. ... 
capped his senior season 
in 1 999 by earning hon- 
orable mention all-state 
Class AAA honors and 
+ first team all-area recog- 
nition ... graded out at 
84 percent during the season ... earned Atlantic Touchdown 
Club Player of the Week honors ... was an honorable men- 
tion all-state and an ail-area selection as a junior for a team 
which went 1 0-2 and advanced to the second round of the 
playoffs ... also competed in track, wrestling and basketball. 

Personal: Clinton Brooks, Jr. was born August 21, 1982... 
son of Mataska and Clinton Brooks, Sr. ... majoring in com- 
munications ... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000 and 2001 . 



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(Nor thwestern HS) 



(Harrison HS) 



On Bryan: Walk-on defensive lineman who is at Maryland 
on an academic scholarship . . hard worker with a great work 
ethic who has impressed coaches with his efforts on the scout 
team ... an Iron Terp who topped the charts among defen- 
sive linemen with a 696 strength index ... strength numbers 
include a 685-pound squat and 375-pound bench. 

2003 (Sophomore): Saw action in one game (vs. The Cita- 
del), recording one assisted tackle ,. defensive scout team 
Player of the Week for his work in practice in the week lead- 
ing up to the Virginia game. 

2002 (Redshirt Freshman): Did not see game action 
defensive scout team Player of the Week for his work in prac- 
tice in the week leading up to the NC State 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 Prince Georges 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 Spring, Md. ... son of Burchell and Marcia Bryan 
... majoring in business and management... has worked for 
the U.S. Customs Service in Washington, DC 




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On Cesa: Second-year linebacker who served as a backup 
at middle linebacker in his first year ... a player to watch in 
the coming years ... very physical and runs well ... Iron Terp 
whose strength index was tops among inside linebackers in 
off-season testing ... posted a 400-pound bench, 525-pound 
squat and 35-inch vertical jump. 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... made the 
travel roster as a freshman but did not play, preserv- /#/ 
ing his redshirt. 

High School: A 2003 graduate and four-year 
letterwinner at Harrison High School in 
Kennesaw Ga. . . three-year starter ... started 
both ways (LB/TE) as a senior . . . totaled 1 45 
tackles (82 solo), eight TFLs, six sacks and 1 3 
QB hurries in 2002 ... in addition, he caught 
21 passes for 236 yards and two touch- 
downs... as a junior in 2001, he was an 
all-region choice after totaling 49 tack- 
les, one sack, six TFLs, two intercep- 
tions and causing a pair of fumbles 
for a team which went 9-3 and fin- :W 
ished ranked No. 8 in the state ... as ' 
a sophomore, he played in the state 
championship game as Harrison posted a 
record of 12-3 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 se- 
nior season . . . named to PrepStarand Tom 
Lemming's All-Southeast team . . . ranked as 
the 1 8th-best linebacker in the nation by 
Lemming on ESPN.com ... team posted a 
1 2-1 record in 2002, losing its only game 
of the season in the third round of 
the state playoffs ... Harrison fin- 
ished the year ranked fifth in the 
state . . . played on teams that compiled an aggregate record 
of 33-7 . . . also ran track (sprints and discus) where he re- 
corded personal 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 Cesa was born September 15, 1 984 . . . son of 
Mary and Joe Cesa . . . last name is pronounced "chase-uh 
carried a 3.9 grade-point average in high school . . . majoring 
in kinesiology. 



(Loyalsock Township HS) 

On Choate: One of several young linemen who have a 
shot at playing time with the losses to graduation on the right 
side of the Terrapin line . . . working at right tackle ... a hard- 
working player with good feet ... will continue to progress as 
he learns the system, 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

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 dur- 
ing his high school career ... a two-time first 
: team All-Susquehanna League selection and a 
| two-time District 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 all-region selection ... nomi- 
4r nated for the Big 33 all-star game ... key 
cog for an offensive attack that totaled more than 
500 yards passing and had a 1 , 000-yard rusher each 
of his last three seasons . . . helped his team to a com- 
bined record of 1 5-5 and playoff appearances his jun- 
ior and senior seasons ... also considered Georgia 
Tech, NC State, Virginia and Penn State . . . high school 
coach was Tim Thompson. 



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Personal: Brock Choate was born December 3, 1 984 
... son of Warren and Jane Choate ... enrolled in the 
college of letters and sciences. 



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Personal: Christopher Rayshaun Choice was born Novem- 
ber II, 1 983 ... son of Tony Crooks and Sharon Choice . . . 
majoring in criminology and criminal justice . . high school 
teammate of fellow Terp Josh Allen. 




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Cornerback 

5-11 -191 -So.-SQ 

Suitland, Md. 



(Eleanor Roosevelt) 

On Choice: Third-year player at a position that went from 
one of the team's deepest to one with the most vacancies ... 
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 as a true freshman but quickly 
switched to corner, where he has spent the last two seasons 
... ran a 4.53 in spring testing 

2003 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in three games, see- 
ing action as a reserve . . finished the season with two tackles 
|one solo) . . playing time came against The Citadel, Duke 
and West Virginia in the Gator Bowl. 

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 Greenbelt, Md. . . earned 
All-America honors on opposite sides of the ball from two ma- 
jor 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. 19 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 16 inter- 
ceptions combined in 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 1 2-1 record, a state Class 4A runner-up finish and a final 
state Associated Press ranking of No. 7 ... asajunior in 2000, 
he totaled 1 1 receptions for 4 1 1 yards and four touchdowns 
on offense in addition to accumulating 52 tackles, four inter- 
ceptions and three quarterback sacks as a cornerback on de- 
fense . . he was named honorable mention all-county by the 
PG Journal ...in track and field, he participated on the 4x200 
relay team which placed second in the state championships 
... also recruited by Clemson, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Miami, 
Pittsburgh and North Carolina ... high school coach was Rick 
Houchens. 





Offensive Guard 
6-3 • 284 • Fr.-RS 



Port Ora nge. Fla. 



(Spruce Creek HS) 



On Clig: Guard in his second year who performed well in 
his first year , a very strong player whose strong suit is run 
blocking ... hard worker ... showed big improvement in his 
first year in the program ... fell just short of 
Iron Terp status but registered a 385-pound 
bench and 520-pound squat. 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... of- 
fensive scout team Player of the Week for 
his work in practice in the week leading 
up to the Florida State game. 

High School: A 2003 graduate of Spruce 
Creek High School in Port Orange, Fla. ... a 
four-year letterwinner who spent time at of- 
fensive guard, offensive tackle and defensive 
tackle in his four years ... was the Silver Hawk's 
primary trap blocker . . . started his senior sea- 
son at right guard ... also played defensive 
tackle in goal-line situations, notching 27 
tackles ... a second team all-state selection 
in 5A, the second-largest 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 
1 games at offensive tackle as a junior 
while making 34 tackles on defense >g 
. rated as the fourth-best offensive m, -" x 
line prospect in Central Florida by Or- 
lando Sentinel analyst Bill Buchalter . . . rated as the 53rd-best 
offensive guard in the nation by Rivals.com ... member of 
Spruce Creek's renowned weightlifting team (school has won 
10 state titles) ... was also recruited by Florida, Tennessee, 
Vanderbilt and UCF ... coached byJared Zito his senior year. 

Personal: Garrick Clig was born November 26, 1 984 . . . son 
of Tom and Jayne Clig ... carried over a 3 . cumulative grade- 
point average as a prep ... enrolled in the college of letters 
and sciences. 



Long Snapper/Defensive End 
6-3 • 230 • Sr.-3V 
Philipsburg, Pa. 
(Philipsburg-Osceola HS) 

On Condo: Fifth-year senior who has a stronghold on the 
Terps' long-snapping duties while serving as a backup at de- 
fensive end . has been nearly perfect at long snapper since 
winning a wide-open race for the job in 2001 ... Maryland 
has not had a punt blocked in his three years at the position 
. has now been atop the depth chart at long snapper for 38 
straight games. 

2003 (Senior): Played in all 1 3 games, serving as the start- 
ing long snapper ... earned the team award as 03s Top Spe- 
cial Teams Performer ... is the first pure long snapper to earn 
the honor in Maryland history . . finished the season with five 
tackles (three solo) ... [atNCSU] ... had one tackle on special 
teams ... [at GT) ... recorded one tackle ... [vs. The Grade/) 
had one tackle ... [at NIU] ... notched two solo tackles on 
punt coverage. 

2002 (Junior): Spent all 14 games as 
the team's first string long snap- 
per ... posted eight special 
teams tackles (four solo) ... 
vs. NCSU] ... hadtwospe- 
'/ / cial teams tackles (one solo) 
Mk ... [at Duke] . . . recorded three 
''W " tackles (two solo). 

2001 (Sophomore): Played 
mall 1 1 regular season games 
and the Orange Bowl, start- 
ing every game as the 
team's long snapper ... 
helped prevent oppo- 
nents from blocking a 
single punt or field goal 
\f£- attempt all year ... 
-f**| made three tackles 
|two solo) on the sea- 
son. 

2000 (Freshman|: Redshirt season 

High School: A 2000 graduate of Philipsburg-Osceola High 
School in Philipsburg, Pa. ... named first team all-state by 
the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette as a senior after rushing for nearly 
1 .000 yards and totaling more than 1 00 tackles, including 1 3 
sacks ... also had three interceptions ... was a unanimous All- 
Big 8 Conference selection as a running back, linebacker and 
punter ... nominated to play in the Big 33 Ail-Star game ... as 




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a junior, was a first team all-conference selection as a running 
back, linebacker and punter after rushing for 1 , 008 yards and 
nine touchdowns while averaging 1 7 tackles per game .. . set 
school career records for rushing yards (2.700) and tackles 
(374) . also wrestled (was rated No. I as a senior) and played 
baseball (three-year starting catcher) ... honor roll student ... 
high school coach was Chris Davidson. 

Personal: Jonathan Wade Condo was born August 26, 1981 
... son of Vicki and Richard Condo .. . majoring in science edu- 
cation ... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2001 




Defense frctf UT AT TT/Avg TFL 


Sacks 


Int 


2001 11-0 2 1 3/0.3 0.0-0 


0.(M) 





2002 14-0 4 4 8/0.6 0.0-0 


0.0-0 





2003 13-0 3 2 5/0.4 0.0-0 


0.0-0 





Career 38-0 9 7 16/0.4 0.04 


0.0-0 









Offensive Guard 
6-5 • 278 • Fr.-RS 



Van Wert. Ohio 



(Van Wert HS) 



On Crummey: Redshirt freshman who will be in the mix 
this season on the offensive line an intelligent, athletic guard 
who has a shot to assume the starting job at right guard va- 
cated by recently departed all-league guard Lamar Bryant 

2003 (Freshman|: Redshirt season . . . named offensive scout 
team Player of the Week for his work in practice the week of 
the Northern Illinois game. 

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 guard 
and defensive end in 2002 ... was second team all-league as 
a junior ... rated as the 34th-best offensive guard in the na- 
tion by Rivals com ... team went from narrowly qualifying for 
the playoffs to the state championship game his sophomore 
year . . . also wrestles and competes 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 Crummey was born October 22, 1 984 ... is 
the son of Janet and George Crummey ... is interested in politi- 
cal science and chose Maryland partially because of its close prox- 
imity to the nations capital . . brother, Pat. is on the New York 
Giants' practice squad and was a former AlWmencan at Young- 
stown State . . . majonng in government and politics. 




J 



Free Safety 



5-9*1 88 *Sr-3V 



Germantown, Md. 



(Northwest HS) 

On Custis: A physical player who is the incumbent to re- 
place Madieu Williams at free safety ... solidified his grasp on 
the position in spring ... was moved from cornerback to safety 
prior to the 2001 season and has been a solid contributor 
since ... saw action in nickel and dime situations the last two 
years ... posted the highest strength index on the team (809) 
for the second straight season ... Iron Terp who ran a 4.4 in 
the 40-yard dash, benched 400 and squatted 595 pounds in 
off-season testing . . . strength index (809) and squat are best- 
ever by a Terp defensive back while his bench and power 
clean (34 1 ) each rank second all-time. 

2003 (Junior): Saw action in 
all 13 games finished with 
nine tackles (seven solo) . 
{atNCSU) ... notched two j 
solo tackles ...|a?G7)... had 
two solo tackles ... [atFSU] 
... his lone tackle of the game 
(solo) came on a big play in the 
second quarter when he had a v 
huge hit on Chris Rix, stopping his 
run short of a TD on the Terps' 1- 
yard line 

2002 (Sophomore|: Saw the most 
significant action of his career, 
playing in all 1 4 games ..fin- 
ished the season with 14 
tackles (10 solo), one sack, 
one interception and two 
pass breakups . . . lone pick of 
the season was memorable 
as it put the finishing touches 
on the win over NC State ... ' 
[at UVa) ... recorded two solo 
tackles, tying a career high ... (w. 
NCSU] ... had the game-clinching 
interception, the first pick of his career, 
with 1 4 seconds remaining in the game 
... also added two tackles |one solo) ... |at 
WVU] ... lone tackle of the game came on 
a fourth-down sack — the first of his ca- 
reer — in the fourth quarter for a loss 
of 1 yards .. . | vs. Wofford] . . had first 
career forced fumble in the fourth quar- 
ter tallied two tackles (one solo) ... (w. EMU] . . . posted his 
first career pass breakup . . . tallied one assisted stop. 



2001 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in eight garni 
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-J 
nior after missing his entire junior campaign with a knee in-j 
jury ... rushed for more than 1,500 yards and averaged 9.2 
yards per carry ... totaled 25 touchdowns, including 20 or 
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 County 
1A-2A choice ... selected as the Montgomery County Offen- 
sive Player of the Year by the Montgomery County Coaches 
Association and was a first team All-Montgomery County 
choice by the Gazette and the Montgomery Journal . . . named 
an All-American by PrepStar . . eight of his touchdowns went 
for at least 40 yards ... was the starting point guard on the 
basketball team as a junior ... was a regional champion in the I 
200 meters in outdoor track as 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 



Defense G-G5 UT AT TT/Avq TFL 


Sacks 


Int 




2001 8-0 0/0.0 0.0-0 


u.u-u 


u-u 


2002 14-0 10 4 14/1.0 1.0-10 


1.0-10 


1-0 


2003 13-0 7 2 9/0.7 0.0-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 


Career 35-0 17 6 23/0.7 1.0-10 


1.0-10 


1-0 






On Davis: A physically-gifted sophomore who should play a 
bigger role in the offense this year ... saw time primarily on 
special teams last season ... his play in spring suggests he is a 
player to watch in the future . . . will likely be used in either an 
H-back or "posse" tight end role, giving him more chances to 
touch the ball ... his becoming more involved in the offense 
gives the Terps a player who can stretch the field and create 
possible personnel problems for a defense ... Iron Terp who 
already owns strength records for a tight end at Maryland in 
bench (4 10). power clean (352), vertical jump (38 inches) 
and index |7 1 4) . . . other off-season testing numbers include 
a 565-pound squat and 4.5 time in the 40-yard dash (sec- 
ond-fastest ever by a Terp tight end|." 



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7003 (Freshman): Saw the most consistent action of any 
rue freshman, playing in all 1 3 contests . . finished with five 
eceptions for 59 yards and eight solo special teams tackles 
... (vs. WVU in the Gator Bowl| ... 
made his most athletic play of the 
season, taking a quick out and turn- 
ing it into a 28-yard gain, making 
would-be tacklers miss and breaking 
tackles along the way ... (at 
EMU) . . . first career game with 
multiple receptions (two) ... 
second career reception was 
good for a first down, keep- 
ing the Terps' first scoring drive 
alive ... narrowly missed first ca- 
reer punt block as he nearly got 
a piece of one in the first quar- 
ter . . had two solo tackles 
on special teams ... [vs. 
WVU) ... his lone tackle 
of the game came on 
a big hit on special 
teams during the 
second quarter, forcing 
the Mountaineers' 
drive to begin at their 
own 18-yard line ... (at 
FSU) ... had his first career re- 
ception, which came on a 
yard pass from Orlando 
Evans in the fourth 
quarter., (at NIU) ... 
saw action on punt 
nd kick coverage teams in his first career action as a Terp . . . 
he lone true freshman to play in the season-opener. 




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High School: A 2003 graduate of Dunbar High School in 
iVashmgton, DC. ... a three-year starter who primarily played 
light end and safety but also saw time at wide receiver, kick 
| eturner, linebacker and defensive end in his tenure . an out- 
standing athlete who was clocked at 4.4 in the 40-yard dash, 
110.7 in the 100 meters and posted a 39-inch vertical jump as 
b prep ... caught 21 passes for 51 1 yards (24.3 avg.) and five 
touchdowns as a senior despite missing three games with a 
jleep bone bruise below his knee ... also caught three two- 
boint conversions and returned four kicks (two kickoffs and 
wo punts) for touchdowns ... had 35 receptions for 385 yards 
pnd II TDs as a junior., selected to play in the U.S. Army All- 
'Vnerican Bowl ... rated as the third-best tight end in the na- 
lon by ESPN, corns Tom Lemming ... a member of SuperPreps 
•line 50 and that publications 39th-rated player nationally 
'i Mid-Atlantic all-region pick by SuperPrep and the third-best 
Dlayer |at any position) in the region . . . second team All-USA 
)y USA Today ... first team All-Met by The Washington Post . . . 
jatorade Player of the Year for the District of Columbia ... 
earn went 31-5 and won two city championships in his three 
/ears at Dunbar . . competed in basketball and track & field . . . 
ivas the DCIAA champion in the high jump with a leap of 6-5 
. chose Maryland over Florida, Virginia, Purdue and Miami, 
imong others ... high school coach was Craig Jeffenes. 

'ersonal: Vernon Davis was born January 31, 1984 ... son 
l)f Jacqueline Davis ... majoring in criminology and cnminal 
'ustice ... nickname is "Duke." 



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TD LP 



2003 



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SON 



Fullback/Linebacker 
6-1 • 254 • Jr.-2V 
Hyattsville, Md. 
(Northwestern HS) 

On Dickerson: Player in his third year at Maryland who has 
played both linebacker and fullback in 2003 ... was primarily 
a rush end in third-down situations last year but may have 
secured the starting fullback spot this year 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 400-pound bench and 5 1 5-pound squat 

2003 (Junior): Saw action 
in all but one game (Florida f 
State) ... finished the season 
with four tackles (two 
unassisted) and 
one forced fumble '. 



High School: A three-year letterwinner and 200 1 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 intercep- 
tion as a senior . . scored four TDs in 00 (two rush, one re- 
ception, and one fumble recovery) ... had 63 tackles and three 
sacks as a junior ... also ran for more than 2 50 yards in"99 . . 
earned his teams Hammer Award as a senior as NHS s hardest 
hitter . named to the Maryland team which plays Virginia in 
the Super 44 all-star game between prep standouts from the 
two states . . . also played in the Prince George's County All- 
Star Game . . . helped Northwestern to its first-ever playoff game 
in his junior season ... NHS went 10-2 that season ... lettered 
in basketball as well . . . was recruited by UMass, Marshall and 
Howard ... high school coach was Ed Shields. 

Personal: Ricardo DeAngilo Dickerson was born July 1 0, 
1 982 .. is the son of Sonya Dickerson and Ricky Kelly ... ma- 
joring in criminology and criminal justice 



Career ^f^fc^ftcs> 

Defense G-GJ UT AT TT/Avg TFL 


Sacks 


Int 


2002 11-1 8 10 18/1.6 0.0-0 


0.0-0 




2003 12-0 2 2 4/0.3 0.0-0 


0.0-0 





Career 23-0 10 12 22/0.9 0.O4 


0.0-0 


0-0 






. played on both 
offense and de- 
fense during the 
same game 
against Eastern 
Michigan. West 
Virginia, and 
The Citadel ... (atNCSUj ... 
forced a fumble on the last 
play of the game, a huge hit 
on T.A. McLendon that jarred 
the ball loose, ending NC 
States hopes ... (vs. Dukej . 
recorded his first two tackles 
of the season (one solo). 



2002 |Sophomore): 

Played in 1 1 games, start- 
ing one, while working at 
linebacker and on special 
teams ... finished with 18 
tackles (eight unassisted) 
with a pass breakup and 
two quarterback hurries ... [vs. 
GT] ... made first career start .. 
solo) ... had one pass breakup 
quarterback hurry on a solid hit that knocked Florida State QB 
Chris Rix temporarily 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. 



Nose Tackle 

6-1 -274- Jr.- IV 





finished with six tackles (two 
. [vs. FSU] ...credited with a 



Gaithersburg, Md. 
(The Landon School) 

On Duff ie: Third-year player who is back after missing 2003 

with medical issues ... listed as a backup at nose tackle ... 

one of the surprise stories of 2002 . . 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 . . . has added 32 

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 of 2003 ... was limited in 

•^ spring due to injury. 

2003 (Sophomore): Missed the season with a chronic medi- 
cal condition. 

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 leading up to the Georgia 
Tech and Virginia games. 



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2004IWIARYLANO^gr/r3rr 



Mr 

■ 



High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2000 graduate 
of Landon High School in Bethesda, Md. ... played fullback, 
outside linebacker, tight end and nose tackle as a prep ... 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 
basketball ... honorable mention All-Met in lacrosse ... high 
school coach was Rob Boedley. 

Personal: Justin Charles Duffie was born August 25, 1981 
in Washington, D.C. ... son of Jon and Judy Duffie... major- 
ing in communications ... lists Zach Thomas of the Miami 
Dolphins as his favorite athlete. 



Defense COS UT AT TT/Avq TFL Sacks 


/fit 


2002 2-1 1 1 2/1.0 1.0-1 0.0-0 


0-0 


2003 Did not play 


Career 2-1 1 1 2/1.0 1.0-1 0.0-0 


0-0 





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Defensive End 



6-2 * 280 ♦ Sr-2V 



Peptfford. N.J. 



(Peptf ord H S) 



On Eli: Fifth-year senior who went from a preseason backup 
to an all-conference performer in 2003 . . became the starter 
in game four due to a back injury to Scott Smith and ended 
up one of the most pleasant surprises of the season ... has a 
knack for making plays in the opponents' backfield ... an Iron 
Terp in 2003 who missed testing day in 2004 due to injury. 

2003 |Junior|: Played in all 13 games, starting the last 10 
. a second team AII-ACC selection ... named the team's De- 
fensive Most Improved Player , . . third on the team and ninth 
in the ACC with 5.5 sacks ... tied for fifth on the team with 55 
tackles (26 solo) ... second on the team with with 1 2 QB hur- 
ries ... |ar NCSUj ... had a strong game with a career-high 
tying eight tackles [four solo) along with two QB hurries ... 
[vs.UNC] ... had three tackles |two solo). 1.5 TFL of six yards 
and a half-sack ... combined with Shawne Mernman on as 
they collapsed on the pocket and sacked the Carolina quar- 
terback for a loss of two yards ... [at GT\ ... notched seven 
tackles (four solo) and had one sack ... had 1 .5 tackles for a 
loss of 10 yards ... came around the left side and caught a 
Georgia Tech tailback from behind for a loss of one yard in 
the first quarter ... [vs. Duke) ... had eight tackles (two solo) ... 
one of his two QB hurries came in the first quarter when he 
hit the Duke quarterback as he released the ball, forcing an 
incompletion ... his lone TFL came in the third quarter, as he 
broke free of his blocker to tackle Chris Douglass for a loss of 



one yard ... {vs. CUj ... had a big hit in the third quarter as he 
powered off his blocker to tackle the Tiger tailback for no 
gain ... one of his three QB hurries came in the fourth quar- 
ter when he rushed the Clemson quarterback in the end zone, 
forcing him to throw the ball away ... finished with five tack- 
les (two solo) for the third consecutive game ... [vs. WVU] ... 
very impressive in his first career start ... finished with five 
tackles (three solo) ... led the Terps with three tackles for losses 
totaling 1 5 yards ... also led Maryland with two sacks for 14 
yards ... fought off a block to sack Rasheed Marshall in the 
first quarter ... his other sack came in the third quarter when 
he showed speed by pursuing the QB from behind ... had a 
key tackle for a loss of one yard on third down, forcing West 
Virginia to punt in the third quarter ... [at NIU] ... finished 
with three tackles (one solo) ... also had a key sack called 
back due to penalty that could have altered the landscape of 
the game by forcing a third down and long instead of a first 
down for NIL) late in the game. 



Defense GJSS UT AT TT/Avq TFL 


Sacks 


Int 


2002 4-0 6 1 7/1.8 2.04 


0.0-0 


0-C 


2003 13-9 26 29 55/4.2 11.0-58 


5.5-50 


0-0 


Career 17-9 32 30 62/3.6 13.042 


5.5-50 


0-0 





ENNIS 



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

2001 (Redshirt 
Freshman): Did 

not see any 
game ac 
tion 



finished 






Placekicker 

6-0 « 150» So.-Sq. 



Sykesville. Md. 



(Glenelg HS) 



C CU." A. 

4 



2000 |Freshman) 

Redshirt season. 




High School: A three- 
year letterwinner and 2000 
graduate of Deptford High 
School in Deptford, NJ. ...All-America 
choice by PrepStar ... earned first team 
All-Tn County, first team All-Group III and first 
team All-South Jersey [Philadelphia Inquire/] 
honors as a senior ... totaled 72 tackles, in- 
cluding 19 TFLs and 12 sacks ... oppo- *■ 
nents would generally run away from his 
side ... blocked a punt and a PAT attempt ... three-time first 
team All-Tn 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 Orio. 

Personal: Kevin Shawn Eli was born July 7, 1 98 1 ... son of 
Delia and Harrison Eli ... already earned his degree in crimi- 
nology and criminal justice ... now majoring in family 
studies. ..a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000 and 2001 ... an 
avid Philadelphia Eagles fan. 



On Ennis: Third-year walk-on who will serve as a backup to 

Nick Novak at placekicker ... proved to be consistent arc 

reliable from inside 40 yards. 

2003 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in two game - 

attempted no field goals but converted all fou 

PATs he attempted on the season. 

2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season 

High School: A 2002 graduate of Glenelc 

(Md. ) High School . . did not play football as a prep 

. . . earned letters as a junior and senior in soccer anc 

track & field ... was his soccer team's most valuable 

midfielder as a senior ... member of the state Cham 

pion 4x800-meter relay team ... member of SGA. 

the Art Club and Christian Fellowship as a prep. 

Personal: Daniel Patrick Ennis was born or 

August 31, 1984 in Baltimore, Md so r 

of Danny and Rebecca Ennis ... majorinc 

in history ... a Terp fan growing up, he 

lists running out of the locker room ii 

full uniform for the first time at Byre 

Stadium as his biggest athletic 

thrill. 




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FENNER 




Wide Receiver 
5-11 *186*Jr.-2V 
Hampton, Va. 
(Hampton HS) 



On Fenner: Third-year receiver who has earned increased 
playing time with each season . . . enters fall atop the depth 
chart at the "X" receiver spot . showed the ability to get 
down the field in his sopho- 
more campaign ...is the only 

.returning ACC receiver to | 

;average more than 20 

•yards per reception (mini- 
mum I Ocatches| as he av- 
eraged 27.8 ... only 

rplayer in league this * 

;year to average 20 
was a Big East 
player a year ago. I 

^Virginia Tech's Chris 
Shreve|20.5ypc) ... 

ia good blocking re- 
ceiver ... can also re- 
Iturn punts and kicks 
... very athletic player 
Iwho ran a 4.46 in the 40-yard 

adash in spring and posted a 40 I /2- 

£nch verticaljump (third-best ever by 
■a Maryland WR|. 

2003 (Sophomore): Saw ac- 
tion in 1 games with one start 
.. despite being eighth in recep- 
tions ( 1 2|, was third on the team 
lin receiving yards with 334 and 
}had a pair of TDs ... averaged 
'27.8 yards per catch ... missed 
-the regular seasons final three 
games after having an appen- 
dectomy ... {Gator Bowl vs. 
WVU) ... had two 
deceptions for 36 
yards ... had what 
would have been a 50-yard 

touchdown catch called back due to a face-mask penalty ... 
ays. UNQ ... tied a career-high with two receptions for 64 
lyards . . showed his big-play ability as he beat his defender 
'downfield in the first quarter to take a pass from Scott McBrien 
/for 55 yards ... (w. CUj ... lone reception was a 69-yard touch- 
Idown where he came back on the field and made the catch 
after initially being forced out of bounds by the Clemson de- 
fender ... reception was the longest of his career ...{at EMUi 



lone reception of the game came on a 58-yard gain in the 
third quarter ... got behind defender and would have scored, 
had ball not been slightly underthrown ...{vs. WVU) . . . earned 
the first start of his collegiate career ... only reception of the 
game was a 1 5-yard pass up the right side, setting up a 32- 
yard field goal by Novak to end the second quarter ... (vs. The 
Grade/) ... showed great speed as he took a pass from Or- 
lando Evans 62 yards up the middle for a touchdown on his 
only reception of the night ... {at FSU) ... one of only two 
Terps with multiple receptions in the game. 

2002 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in eight games . . . 
finished the season with one reception for eight yards . . . lone 
catch was a touchdown ... also returned one punt for two 
yards ... missed three games due to a broken ankle suffered 
the week of practice before the Eastern Michigan game ... 
(vs. Akron) ... made first career catch for a touchdown on an 
8-yard pass in the first quarter. 

2001 |Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year prep letterwinner who split time 
between Hampton and Kecoughton high schools in Hamp- 
ton, Va. ... graduated from Hampton 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 receiver his final two ... second team all-district at 
defensive back as a senior ... team captain in 2000 . HHS 
went 20-4 in his final two years ... was also recruited by 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 ... majoring in criminol- 
ogy and cnminaljustice . . . lists his parents as the people 
I he most admires. 



Receiving G-CS Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Lo ng 




Offensive Tackle 
6-3 ♦ 284 • S r-2V 



Youngst own, Ohio 



(Cardinal Mooney HS) 

On Flynn: Senior who successfully made the transition to 
offensive lineman last year after spending his first three years 
at Maryland as a tight end . . . listed as the backup at offensive 
tackle ... has good feet and is a solid blocker . . . benched 380 
and squatted 5 1 5 in off-season testing. 



2003 (Junior): Played in eight games, starting one ... lone 
start came at right guard against The Citadel as incumbents 
Lamar Bryant, Akil Patterson and Ed Tyler were all injured ... 
missed four games in the middle of the season with a torn 
medial collateral ligament in his left knee ... season grade of 
1.241 was the third-highest on the team and best among 
non-starters ... had no missed assignments and gave up no 
sacks in 87 plays. 

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 |l?edshirt Freshman): Saw action in three games 
... did not have any receptions . . . earned playing time against 
Eastern Michigan, Duke and Troy State. 

2000 (Freshman|: Redshirt season. 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Cardinal Mooney High 
School in Youngstown, Ohio ... a two-time All-Steel Valley 
Conference choice and an All-Northeastern Ohio selection as 
a senior ... also named honorable mention all-state . . . selected 
to play in the Big 33 All-Star game ... team captain as a senior 
... two-way starter at tight end and defensive end in 1999 ... 
graded out at 86 percent for the season in a run-oriented 
offense (only 80 passes thrown all season] ... considered by 
his coaches to be one of the finest blocking tight ends in 
school history ... standout first baseman on the baseball team 
... high school coach was Don Bucci. 

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




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(Western Tech) 



On Foxworth: Athletic defensive back who will start for the 
third-straight season at the field cornerback position . . . enters 
2004 as the team's most experienced defen- 
sive back and an All-America candidate . 
has been all-conference each of the past 
two seasons (first team in 2002 and sec- 
ond team in 2003) ,.. an intelligent 
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 
. . . will enter the season tied for 1 9 m on (i 
the school's career interception list with 
eight, but needs just three to move as high 
as seventh ... an Iron Terp with the teams third 
best strength index ... posted a 37-inch verti- 
cal jump, a 335-pound bench. 515-pound 
squat and 4,5 time in the 40-yard dash in 
spring testing. 



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2003 |Junior|: Started all 
at the field corner position 
ond team AII-ACC pick ... tied for 
fourth in the ACC and the team 
lead with three interceptions 
along with Madieu Williams ... 
also finished the season with 45 tackles (38 
solo), one touchdown, six PBUs and one 
fumble recovery ... [vs. UVa] recorded 
two solo tackles with one PBU ... made a 
leaping play in the middle of the field to 
knock down a pass in the third quarter ... 
[vs. UNQ ... had a good game with five solo 
tackles, one PBU and one interception ... in- 
terception came in the second quarter as he 
made a leaping grab after breaking off his cov- 
erage ... had a return of 20 yards on the play 
[vs. CU] ... finished with two solo tackles and two 
PBUs ... made a diving effort to deflect a 
pass on third-and-eight in the second 
quarter, forcing a Tiger punt ... sec- 
ond PBU of the game came on a key 
fourth-and-one situation in the third quarter when he hit the 
Tiger receiver as soon as he touched the ball, knocking the 
ball loose and forcing a turnover on downs ... [at EMU] ... 
finished with three tackles (two solo) ... added one PBU ... 
had the Terps' lone interception of the game, his second on 
the season ... interception came on a third-and-one, when he 



stepped in front of the receiver on a quick out and took it 44 
yards for a touchdown ... (vs. The Citadel] ... deflected a pass 
on a third down in the second quarter, forcing a Bulldog punt 
... recorded one assisted tackle ... was the team's highest- 
graded defensive back ... [at FSU] ... recorded a career-high 
nine tackles (all solo) . . . chased down PK. Sam from the oppo- 
site side of the field to save a TD in the second quarter ... hit 
an FSU receiver just as he caught the ball in the third quarter, 
keeping the play to a 2-yard gain ... [atNIU] ... had the Terps' 
lone interception of the game, a diving effort in the fourth 
quarter ... added three tackles (two solo). 

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 5 m in the NCAA in passes 
defensed (1 .64 per game| and 46th in interceptions (0.36 per 
game), totals that ranked first and fourth, respectively, in the 
ACC standings ... [Peach Bowl vs. UT] ... had five tackles (all 
solo), one fumble recovery and three pass breakups ... (af CI/) 
... made an interception on Clemson's first play of the fourth 
quarter and returned it nine yards ... had three tackles (two 
solo) ... had a TD-savmg tackle on kickoff coverage, running 
down Justin Miller after he had broken free for 76 yards ... 
had two pass breakups ... [vs. NCSUj ... had a huge game ... 
made a key interception early in the fourth quarter at the 
Maryland 36 and returned it 26 yards to NCSU 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 solo) ... 
[at Duke] made an interception on Duke's 
first drive of the second half ... notched five 
solo tackles ... added a pass breakup ... [vs. 
t CI] ... scored first career TD on a 12-yard 
fumble recovery and return in the fourth 
quarter ... had five pass breakups ... tied 
for third on the team with six tackles, 
five solo ... [at WVU] ... made second 
career interception in the third quarter, 
returning it 1 5 yards . .. had three pass 
breakups, including a leaping deflec- 
tion inside the Terp 1 0-yard line in the 
first quarter ... (is. EMU] ... made his 
first career interception in 
the first quarter at the 
Terps' 2-yard line, halt- 
ing the Eagles' best 
touchdown-scor- 
ing chance of the 
day ...had a return 
of 1 4 yards on the pick 
. also registered a pass breakup and a solo 
tackle. 

2001 (Freshman): Started the final two games of the regu- 
lar season and saw playing time in the Orange Bowl ... fin- 
ished the season with eight tackles (all solo), one tackle for 
loss and two pass breakups . . was slated to redshirt before 
injuries necessitated his start vs. Clemson . .. one of four true 
freshmen to see playing time ...'(vs. CUj'... made his first ap- 
pearance in a Maryland uniform and got the start at one of 
the cornerback spots ... played an outstanding game, finish- 
ing with five solo tackles and one TFL ... also defended two 
passes ... participated in spring drills after graduating early 
from high school. 




High School: Graduated from Western Tech High School in ■ 
Baltimore in the fall of 2000 ,., accumulated enough credit 
to graduate early and enroll at Maryland in the spring ... <• 
three-year starter at defensive back and tailback ... also handlec 
kick returns... racked up 4,87 1 career all-purpose yards and; 
school-record 43 TDs ... ran for 1,369 yards (school record 
and 22 TDs as a senior ... also caught three TDs, passed for 
four and ran two kicks back for scores ... accounted for 2, 037 
all-purpose yards as a senior ... as a cornerback, recorded a 
school-record 14 interceptions ... had 1 70 yards rushing and 
scored on a 62-yard run in the inaugural 1-95 Challenge Se- 
nior All-Star Football Classic en route to being named the 
game's MVP ... rushed for 1,040 yards, had 73 tackles and 
five interceptions as a junior ...an All-Amencan and all-region 
selection by SuperPrep ... was the third-rated player in the 
region overall and the sixth-rated defensive back in the na- 
tion by SuperPrep ... a consensus all-state defensive back and 
Big School All-State choice by Associated Press... earned first 
team All-Metro and All-Baltimore County honors from the Bal- 
timore Sun ... a first team all-county pick at defensive back as 
a junior ... benches 230 and squats 345 ... earned GPA of 
better than 3.0 ... ran track as a freshman but gave it up to 
concentrate on football . . . listed NC State, Purdue and Pitts- 
burgh among the 13 scholarship offers he received ... high 
school coach was Jason Blind. 

Personal: Domonique Foxworth was born March 27, 1 983 

is the son of Lorinzo and Kann Foxworth . . majoring in 

American studies 



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2002 14-14 46 8 54/3.9 0.0-0 


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2003 13-13 38 7 45/3.5 0.0-0 


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Career 29-29 92 15107/3.7 1.0-3 


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Quarterback 
6-6*247* Fr.-HS 
Amherst, N.Y. 
(Williamsville North HS) 

On Gronkowski: Player who grayshirted (03 signee who 
deferred scholarship until 04) in 2003. working out on his 
own before enrolling at Maryland . joined the team for the 
first time at the Gator Bowl . . . participated in spring drills, 
showing a strong grasp of the offense for a first-year player . . . 
has prototypical size for a drop-back quarterback. 

High School: A 2003 graduate of Williamsville (N.Y) North 
High School . . a four-year letterwmner and three-year starter 
(started two years at quarterback and one at wide receiver) 
... also spent time at linebacker ,., completed 122 of 207 
passes for 1,407 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior 



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ompletion. yardage and touchdown totals were all school 
■ecords ... Offensive Most Valuable Player of his league „ a 
Vestern New York All-Academic team selection ... set a then 
ichool record with 539 yards receiving in his sophomore sea- 
on also posted eight receptions in one game, a record 
hat was broken this past year . . . also lettered four years in 
laseball, three in basketball and one in hockey ... hockey 
jam was state champion the one year he played . . . was also 
ecruited by Arizona, Purdue and Syracuse ... high school 
oach was Mike Mammoliti. 

'ersonal: Daniel Thomas Gronkowski was born January 2 1 , 
'985 ... son of Gordon and Diane Gronkowski ...is the sec- 
ond of five brothers . . . member of the National Honor Society 
finished second nationally in the Punt, Pass and Kick com- 
•letition as a ninth-grader ... father lettered three years as an 
iffensive guard at Syracuse ... brother, Gordie, Jr., plays base- 
all ,u Jacksonville |Fla.| University ... enrolled in the college 
of letters and sciences. 



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Fullback 
5-8 «210 

Somerville, N.J. 
[Bridgewater-Raritan HS / 
ne Arundel CO 



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On Gruber Fullback in his second season with the program 
'#ho will work with the offensive scout team. 



2003 ISophomore) Did not see game action 
With the offensive scout team. 



worked 



High School A 1 996 graduate and four-year letterwinner at 
3ndgewater-Rantan High School in Bndgewater, NJ. ... a line- 
backer and fullback on a squad that finished 94 in 1996 
nigh school coach was William Savage. 

Personal Jonathan Edward Gruber was born August 9, 1 978 
I... son of Frances Fisco and Alan Gruber ... majoring in his- 
tory ... served for four years in the U.S. Marine Corps and 
attained the rank of sergeant ... lists former Arizona Cardinal 
and Army Ranger Pat Tillman as his favorite athlete. 



Defense 

2002 




UT AT TT/Avg 


TFL 


Sacks 

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Cornerback 

5-10 *186*Sr.-1V 

New Cumberland, Pa. 

(Cedar Cliff HS/Lackawanna JC) 

On Haigler: Redshirt senior who did not play last season 
but is a strong candidate to start at the boundary cornerback 
position this year ... was the starter in spring before injuring 
his groin . . . presence gives the Terps a pair of strong cover 
corners ... is very quick with strong cover skills an Iron Terp 
with 4.5 speed, a 345-pound bench and a 535-pound squat 

2003 (Senior): Redshirt season. 

2002 (Junior): Saw action in 13 games, notching 10 tack- 
les (eight unassisted) ... |vs. NCSU\ ... had two solo tackles, 
including a key tackle on a punt return late in the fourth quar- 
ter to drop Jerncho Cotchery for a 3-yard loss at the NCSU 1 1 - 
yard line ... [vs. GJ] ... notched two solo tackles ... had a bone- 
jarnng tackle on the game's opening kickoff ... [vs. EMU\ ... 
made a season-high three solo tackles. 

Junior College: Attended Lackawanna Junior College in 
Scranton, Pa., where he played under former Maryland foot- 
ball player Mark Duda (1979-82) ... was always matched up 
against the oppositions top receiver . . had seven intercep- 
tions in his JC career ... registered 37 solo tackles, four inter- 
ceptions and three pass breakups . . . earned second team 
Northeast Football Conference all-league honors after help- 
ing Lackawanna to a second consecutive 1 0-0 regular-season 
record and a No. 9 final national ranking ... Lackawanna fin- 
ished the year 1 0-1 after falling to Ricks College in the Real 
Dairy Bowl in Pocatello, Idaho . as a freshman in 2000, he 
had three interceptions, four pass breakups and 1 7 tackles 
and was a key contributor for a Lackawanna team which 
posted the first 1 0-0 regular season in school history and fin- 
ished the regular season with a final No. 1 national ranking 
. . . Lackawanna advanced to the Golden Isles Bowl Classic in 
Brunswick, Ga., in 2000 ... was a starter on a pair of North- 
east Football Conference championship teams . . . Lackawanna 
was 20-2 in his two seasons at the school ... a team captain 
as a sophomore ... listed as a "player to watch" prior to his 
sophomore season in the 2001 National Junior College Ath- 
letic 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 hamstring injury 

Personal: Reuben Haigler was born May 29, 1982... son of 
Vanessa and Reuben Haigler, Sr majoring in family studies 
... family now resides in Jonesboro. Ga. 



Free Safety 



5-11 • 192 -Jr.-SQ 
Lanha m. Md. 



(Duval HS / Delaware State) 

On Harris Player who walked on at Maryland in 2003 after 
transferring from Delaware State ... has been impressive at 
times from his safety spot . . . timed in the 4. 5 range in the 40- 
yard dash in spring testing ... showed some playmaking abil- 
ity in the spring 

2003 (Junior): Redshirt season ... played on the defensive 
scout team .. . named defensive scout team player of the week 
for his work in practice leading up to the North Carolina game. 

2002 (Sophomore at DSU) Saw action in 1 1 games at 
defensive back ... was the team's fourth-leading tackier with 
47 (28 solo) ... also posted 2.5 tackles for loss and a team- 
high five pass breakups. 

2001 (Freshman at DSU) Competed in II games at 
tailback, starting six ... rushed for 76 yards on 2 1 carries. 

High School A three-year letterwinner at Duval High School 
in Lanham, Md. ... named team captain his senior year ... 
earned the team's Most Valuable Player award as a cornerback 
in 2000 ... also ran track ( 1 00 meters, 200 meters, 4x100) for 
Duval's indoor state champion team ... was recruited by 
Colgate, Towson, Villanova and Massachusetts ... high school 
coach was Joe Lewis. 

Personal Milton David Harris III was bom February 1 8, 1 983 
... son of Saundra and Milton Harris Jr. ... majonng in crimi- 
nology and criminal justice ... in the drama club and mock 
trial team as a prep. 



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(Gonzaga College HS) 



On Haynos: Tight end in the Derek Miller mode who walked 
on in 2003 and could play a role on game day before his time 
is up at Maryland . . . strength has improved in first year . . . 
listed behind Miller on the list ot true tight ends (Abiamin and 
Davis are considered more H-backs). 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season 

High School: A three-year letterwinner at Gonzaga College 
High School in Washington, D.C. ... started both ways |TE/ 
LB) as a senior ... totaled 30 catches for 375 yards and one 
touchdown in 2003, including a five-catch. 75-yard game 
against Good Counsel .. lettered as a guarterback in 2001 
and a wide receiver in 2002 ... was named to the first team 
Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) team as a 
senior ... team posted a 10-0 record in 2003, winning the 
WCAC Championship . . also played basketball . . . high school 
coach was Kenny Lucas. 

Personal: Joey Michael Haynos was born August 28, 1 984 
... son of Maureen and Joe Haynos . . enrolled in the college 
of letters and sciences. 




Offensive Tackle 
6-6 • 295 • Jr.-2V 
Lawrenceville, Ga. 
(Brookwood HS) 



On Heyer: Third-year tackle and honors candidate who re- 
turns to start at left tackle after his first year at the position ... 
is likely the team's best pass protector ... pass-blocking skills 
will be in greater demand in 2004, as he will be protecting 
the quarterbacks blind side (no southpaw QBs on the roster 
in 04] ... has long arms ... wears a size-22 sneaker off the 



field but likes to squeeze into an 18 cleat on game days ... 
strength numbers - which have improved dramatically since 
his arrival — include a 365-pound bench, a 555-pound squat 
and a 32-inch vertical jump. 

2003 (Sophomore): Started all 1 3 games at left tackle ... 
finished the season with the offensive lines second-highest 
composite grade 1 1 .26 1 1, trailing only Kyle Schmitt ... had 24 
"big blocks" and was called for just two penalties in 737 of- 
fensive plays ... [vs. UVa\ ... finished with three "big blocks" 
on a team-high 69 offensive plays ... [vs. UNQ ... Terps' high- 
est-graded offensive lineman . tied for the team lead among 
linemen with foufbig blocks" ... [af G7) ... notched one "big 
block" with no missed assignments ... [vs. Duke) ... recorded 
a team-high three "big blocks" ... [vs. CU] ... Terps' second 
highest-graded offensive lineman ... finished with two "big 
blocks" and no missed assignments on 70 plays ... [vs. WVU\ 
... recorded two "big blocks" on 60 plays 

2002 (Freshman|: Saw action in each of the final 1 3 games, 
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" ... [at CU] ... saw the most 
action of the reserve 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 I 
Lawrenceville, Ga. 
had not played football 
before going out for the 
team as a freshman ... has 
added six inches and 100 
pounds to his frame since his 
freshman year ... a player with 
outstanding character, 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 from 
a program which has 
forged a reputation for 
producing outstanding 
offensive linemen, in- 
cluding Curt McGill of 
Georgia, who was 
drafted by the NFL in 
2002 ... helped 
Brookwood to 
a 5-5 record in ' v ^^ 
2001 ...played "* 

for a high school program which won 1 00 games during the 
decade of the 1990s and won a state title in 1996 ... also 
recruited by Georgia, Michigan, Arkansas. Clemson, Ohio 
State, Florida, Alabama, Auburn, Vanderbilt and Kentucky 
Brookwood High is the alma mater of Denver Broncos 
placekicker Jason Elam. 



Personal: Stephon Jermaine Webster Heyer was born Jar j-l 

ary 16, 1984.. son of Ronald and Glenda Heyer name! 

is pronounced STEFF-ahn HIGH-err . . . majoring in communil 
cations ... the Atlanta Falcons helped him find proper-fittingj 
cleats in high school. 



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Linebacker 



6-1 ♦ 230 • Fr-HS 



Germantown , Md, 



(Northw est HS) 




On Hill: Linebacker who joined the team in the spring . 1 
will serve as a backup and likely work with the defensive] 
scout team in 2004 ... got a high number of reps in the spring J 
with several players injured. 

High School; A 2001 graduate of Northwest High! 
School in Germantown, Md. ...joined Northwests 
team after the school opened, pulling students 
from Seneca Valley and Quince Orchard . 
compiled 26 tackles and two sacks ove r ' 
his career ... started at defensive end his 
senior season ... team posted a 12-1 
record in 2000 ... high school coach was 
Randy Trivers 

Personal: Christian Wynne Hill was born No- 
vember 4, 1 982 ... son of Elaine and Bernard 
Hill ...has two brothers. Justin and John .. 
played on same high school team as cur- 
rent Terp Ray Custis ...a veteran of Opera 
tion Iraqi Freedom after being deployed 
to Baghdad, Iraq, for one year with the 




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luarterback 
i-5-218So.SQ 
Sellersville, Pa. 
Pennridgc HS) 

)n Hollenbach: Enters fall camp second on the depth chart 
t quarterback after a solid spring ... a very hard-working player 
vith good size and strength . . more of a dropback style quar- 
Bback . the lone Iron Terp among quarterbacks this year . . . 
losted a 340-pound bench and a 520-pound squat . . . strength 
lumbers in bench, power clean (308), vertical jump |33-l/2| 
ind strength index |655) are best ever by a Terp quarterback 

1003 |Redshirt Freshman|: Saw limited action in one game 
iRie Citadel) ... did not record any statistics. 

i!002 |Freshman|: Redshirt season ... named offensive scout 
^am Player of the Week for his work in practice the 
week of the Virginia game. 

■ligh School: A three-year letterwmner and 
,'002 graduate of Pennndge High 
.chool in Perkasie, Pa., where he 
flayed for his father, Jeff 
Hollenbach . . . tall, athletic QB with 
i strong arm who ran a wing-T of- 
ensrve attack three-year varsity 
Jlayer who was the teams starting 
lignakaller as a junior and senior 
Lin his two seasons as a starter 
lie completed 168 of 308 (.545) 
passes for 2,754 yards and 26 
'.ouchdowns . . . he also rushed 
>7 times for 1 40 yards and 1 1 
Scores ... as a senior, he led 
.'ennndge to an 8-3 record, in- 
cluding four come-from-be- 
|iind victones that were de- 
rided m the final minute of 
ijlay . . . two of those victories 
rame on the road against pe- 
ennial Pennsylvania powers 
\lorth Penn and Central Bucks 
Vest... passed for 1, 250 yards 
ind 1 2 touchdowns in 2001 ... 
i;amed a host of awards and 
iionors following his senior sea- 
ton, including the Maxwell Award 
lone of 25 students-athletes in 
Philadelphia and South Jersey ar- 
?asl. first team all-area by the Phila- 
leiphia Daily News and the Phila- 
delphia Inquirer, first team AlWJa- 
lional Conference and third team all-sBte by the Pennyslvania 



Football News ... a preseason and postseason SuperPrep all- 
region choice ... as a junior passed for 1 ,504 yards while throw- 
ing about 10 times per game for a team that totaled 2,500 
yards rushing ..was an all-league baseball player as a junior 
... also recruited 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 father Jeff, was 
a quarterback at the University of Illinois ( 1 973 and 74) as 
well as at Pennndge ... had a 3.93 grade-point average and 
was a member of the National Honor Society as a prep ... also 
served as the president of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes 
in high school... Pronounced "HALL-en-bock." 

HOLLOWAY 







Linebacker 



6-2 * 22 2 ' So-SQ 



Stephentown, N.Y. 




(Albany Academy) 



On Holloway: Sophomore linebacker who will compete for 

the starting job at strong-side linebacker . split time atop the 

depth chart with Jens Smith in the spring ,., runs well ... 

worked with the defensive scout team the last two years ... an 

Iron Terp with the highest strength index among linebackers 

and fifth-highest on the team . . . recorded a 590-pound 

squat, 330-pound bench and 37-inch vertical jump in 

spring testing. 

2003 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in The Citadel 
and Florida State games posted two unassisted tack- 
les on the season ... was defensive scout team Player of 
the Week for his work in practice leading up to the Duke game. 

2002 |Freshman|: 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 Academy 
and all-county honors as a senior in 200 1 ... Offensive Player of 
the Year as a senior and Defensive Player of the Year as a junior 
... earned 10 varsity letters dunng his prep career (also played 
basketball and track) ... a New York state scholar-athlete. 

Personal: David Alexander Holloway was born December 4, 
1983 ... his father Brian Holloway. was an NFL All-Pro who 
played with the New England Patriots 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 criminology and criminal justice. 



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Tailback 
6-0-216SO.-1V 



Lakeland, Fla. 
(George Jenkins HS) 

On Hurrrber: A promising third-year tailback who will battle 
for playing time this season ... has ideal size, runs well and has 
good quickness for a player of his stature ,.. has strong pass- 
catching skills . . . averaged nearly five yards per carry in limited 
action as a redshirt freshman ... posted a 555-pound squat 
and 36-inch vertical jump in spring testing. 

2003 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in four games with no 
starts . . finished the season with 1 4 carries for 68 yards, aver- 
aging 4.9 yards per carry . . [Gator Bowl 
vs. WVUi ... had four carries for 29 jjfl 
yards |7.3 avg.|. 

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 Ak 
ron games. 

High School: A 

t h r e e - y e a r 
letterwmner and 2002 
graduate of George Jenkins High 
School in Lakeland, Fla. ... a two- 
year starter in the offensive 
backfield who also played some 
free safety ... had never played foot- 
ball before his sophomore year of 
high school . . . combined for nearly 
1,200 all-purpose yards (700 rush- 
ing) as a senior despite being 
sidelined for the season with a 
dislocated shoulder in the 
sixth game of the year 
had five rushing and 
three receiving touch- 
downs in 200 1 ... 
had a career- 
long 94-yard 
TD run against 

rival Lakeland High School . . . played tailback and receiver as a 
junior and accounted for 1 ,800 all-purpose yards ... an honor- 
able mention all-district and All-Polk County selection as a se- 
nior despite missing four games ... second team alkounty 
and honorable mention all-distnct as a junior ... an All-Dixie 
region pick by SuperPrep ... was the first football player from 




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his high school to earn a Division l-A scholarship ... also a 
member of the GJHS weightlifting 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 ... majoring in criminol- 
ogy and criminal justice ... grew up playing soccer ... spent 
time volunteering at the Soaring Eagle Football Camp for kids 
in high school. 




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JACKSON 




Linebacker 



6-0 • 231 • Jr-2V 



Largo. Fla. 



(Seminole HS) 



On Jackson: Second-year player who is now firmly en 
trenched as the Terps' starter at middle linebacker ... had a 
breakout sophomore campaign and looks like a budding 
star on the Terrapin defense ... moved to the "Mike" line- 
backer position in the spring ,., runs well and is a very 
sure tackier . somewhat slight for his position but is solid 
as a rock ... has no problem shedding blockers . . . reserved 
off the field but is a high-intensity warrior on it 
... an Iron Terp who posted a 35 1/2-inch 
vertical jump, a 350-pound bench and a ^^= 
525-pound sguat in off-season testing. *J : t 



2003 (Sophomore): Started all 13 games 
at middle linebacker ... a second team All- 
ACC selection . . . ranked seventh in the ACC 
rankings for tackles per game with 1 5 
... led the team with 1 36 tackles (90 solo) 
... other numbers include 7.5 TFLs, 2.5 
sacks, two interceptions (one returned for 
a TD), two pass breakups, 1 QB hurries 
and one forced fumble .. . tackle total was 
one short of the Maryland record for a 
sophomore ... [Gator Bowl vs. WVU] ... 
posted 1 2 tackles (eight solo) ... (at WFU) . . . 
recorded eight tackles (six solo) and an in- 
terception interception came in the third 
quarter as he made a leaping grab on a 
pass that was tipped in the air by Andrew 
Henley . . . stood up Chris Barclay on a run 
to the right side in the first quarter for 
no gam ... [at NCSU\ ... had a big game 
with 1 1 tackles (nine solo), including 
one tackle for a loss ... [at G7) ... fin- 



ished with 1 3 tackles (seven solo) and one QB hurry ... added 
a PBU in the second quarter as he nearly intercepted a pass 
from Reggie Ball ... [vs. Duke] ... led the Terps with 1 2 tackles 
(eight solo) ... combined with Leon Joe for a sack on a third- 
and-1 1, forcing a Duke punt ... on one of his two QB hurries, 
he broke straight through the offensive line to get to the Blue 
Devil quarterback, forcing him to throw the ball away ... [vs. 
CU\ ... led the team with 1 tackles (nine solo), a sack and 0.5 
TFL . threw his blocker aside and downed the Clemson QB 
for a sack in the second quarter ... showed his great speed in 
the third quarter on a third down as he caught the Tiger QB, 
stopping him short of a first down and forcing a fourth-down 
conversion attempt which failed ... [at EMU] ... was all over 
the field, leading the team with a career-high 1 6 tackles (nine 
solo) ... [vs. WVUj ... finished with 1 2 tackles ( 1 solo) . . . caught 
Rasheed Marshall from behind for a loss of six yards on his 
first career sack ... [at FSU] ... had a career game ... posted the 
first interception of his career on Chris Rixs first pass of the 
game and returned it for a touchdown, running over two 
FSU players on his way to the end zone . . finished second on 
the team with 1 1 tackles (five solo) . . forced a fumble .. . came 
flying through the right end of the offensive line to block a 
28-yard field goal attempt in the first quarter ... stopped a 
Chris Rix QB sneak on third and one, forcing the Seminoles to 
punt ... [at NIU\ ... led the Terps with 1 5 tackles (eight solo) in 
his debut as a starter . . . tied for a team lead with three QB 
hurries ... added one tackle for a loss of two yards 

2002 (Freshman): Saw action in all 14 games ... led all 
freshmen in tackles with 51, including 38 solo stops ... also 
had three TFLs, three QB hurries and two forced fumbles (sec- 
ond-most on the team| ... [at Duke] ... tied for second on the 
team with eight tackles (six solo) ... [vs. EMU] ... had six stops 
on the day (four solo) ... had one tackle for a loss of one yard 
... posted two quarterback hurries ... [vs. Akron) ... had five 
tackles on the day (four solo) ... registered a 
SJ forced fumble ... [vs. Notre Dame] ... had 
a strong Terrapin debut, finishing the 
game with season-high 1 2 total tackles, 
second-most on the team ... his 1 solo 
tackles also ranked second on the 
team behind EJ. Henderson (1 1) ... 
also contributed a forced fumble and 
two TFLs 

r, High School: A three-year 

f letterwinner and 2002 graduate of 
Seminole High School in Seminole. 
Fla. ... spent time at linebacker, full- 
back, quarterback and punter as a prep 
... big-hitting linebacker who covers a 
lot of ground . . . made 9 1 tackles as a 
senior, including 10 sacks ... also 
rushed for 950 yards with a 5.7-yard 
average and 1 3 touchdowns as a full- 
back . . . made 1 50 tackles with 1 6 
for loss, four forced fumbles and 
four fumbles recovered as a jun- 
ior was the Warhawk's quar- 
terback in 2000 ... timed at 
4.68 in the 40 and benched 
225 pounds 19 times at his 
school's testing day ... a first 
team all-state selection by 
the Associated Press as a 
junior and senior... a first 
team all-conference, all- 
district and All-Sun 




Coast selection as a senior ... was also an All-Time Wariei 
first-team pick, which encompasses Pinellas, Pasco ail 
Hillsborough counties on Florida's Gulf Coast ... an All-D. <r] 
region selection by SuperPrep ... an All-Southeast region p cl 
by PrepStar ... played in the prestigious Florida/Georgia Al 
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 regions 
finals both seasons ... 2000 team was undefeated in the regu 
lar season and finished 12-1 ...was also recruited by Florid; 
IMC State and Louisiana State ... high school coach was Sai 
Roper. 



Personal: D'Qwell Lamar Jackson was born September It 
1 983 ... son of Willie and Debra Jackson . . served as a mer 
tor for youngsters at a local elementary school vice pres 
dent of the Varsity Lettermen's Club at his high school . . . m; 
joring in criminology and criminal justice. 



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Defense G-CS 


UT AT TT/Avq 


TFL 


Sucks 


Int. 


2002 


14-0 


38 


13 51/3 6 


3.0-3 


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13-13 


90 


46136/10.5 


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2.5-17 


2-58 


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27-13 


128 


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Linebacker 

6-1 • 235 • Fr-RS 



Clinton, Md. 



(Gwynn Park HS) 

On Jefferson: A highly regarded young linebacker who 
will get his first shot at playing time in 2004 ... a very instinc- 
tive player who runs well and is a solid tackier . redshirted 
last year, giving him an opportunity to improve his strengfi 
will compete with William Kershaw for the starting spot at 
"Will" linebacker. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... named Defensive 
Scout Team Player of the Year . . . named scout team Player of 
the Week three times during the season . weekly honors 
came against Northern Illinois. West Virginia and Georgia Tech 

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 .. 
notched 1 49 tackles (88 solo) as a senior to go along with 1 
sacks, one interception, nine forced fumbles and seven fumble 
recoveries . . . also played fullback in short-yardage situations 
scoring one touchdown . . . recorded 1 68 tackles, 39 TFLs, 1 . 
sacks, three forced fumbles and three interceptions as a jur 
lor . selected to play in the 2003 U.S. Army All-Amencar 
Bowl a Parade All-Amencan ... 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 junio- 



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nnd senior . rated the No. I outside linebacker and the overall 
>5th-best player in the country by ESPN corn's Tom Lemming 
, ,. described by Lemming as a player who "plays like a young 
j)ay Lewis" ,., first team All-Metro and Defensive Player of the 
Year by The Washington Post . All-Amen- 
can and top-rated linebacker in the coun- 
try by SuperPrep . . also SuperPreps 
1 2th-rated player in the coun- 
try overall, No. 2-rated player 
in the Mid-Atlantic region 
and a member of that 
publication's Elite 
50 ... rated 
the sec- 
ond-best 
player, re- 
gardless of position, in the Atlan- 
tic East region by Rivals.com . 
named Defensive Player of the 
Year as a junior by the Gazette 
newspapers . team went 9- 
. his senior year ... sopho- 
^P more season saw an appear- 
' ance 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 fresh- 
man and sophomore ... recruited by 
Miami (Fla), Ohio State. Florida State, 
Notre Dame, Penn State and Virginia, 
high school coach was Danny Hayes. 







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among others 



Personal: Wesley Jefferson was born April 23, 1 985 ... son 
jf Michael and Roscheta Jefferson . . . nickname is The Hawk" 
.. took up playing the piano in his senior year of high school 
ind likes vintage automobiles . . . majoring in criminology and 
rnminal justice. 



JEWKIP 



NS 




284 • Jr.-RS 



Bronx, M.Y. 



(Milford (Conn.) Academy/ 
Nassau CO 



Junior College: A 22-game starter at center for Nassau Com- 
munity College in Garden City, N Y., where he spent the 200 1 
and 2002 seasons . . . intelligent player with good upper-body 
strength . gave up a total of three sacks in two seasons . . . 
posted a school-record 1 2 pancake blocks as a freshman 
against Lackawanna CC .. team went 1 5-7 in his two years 
there ... was recruited out of community college by Florida, 
Penn State, Syracuse and Virginia ... coach was John Anselmo. 

High School: A 2001 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 
(1998) 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-borough 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 State's 2002 
national championship team ... enjoys customizing automo- 
biles in his spare time majoring in criminology and criminal 
justice. 




Fullback 



5-11 *208«So.-SQ 



Brandywine. Md. 



(Gwynn Park HS / 
Delaware State) 



On Jenkins: Center in his second year in the program who 
will fight for playing time behind senior Kyle Schmitt this year 
... has shown dramatic improvement in his guickness since 
(the start of last season. 

2003 (Junior): Redshirt season ... offensive scout team 
blayer of the week for his work in practice leading up to The 
(Citadel game. 



On Jones Second-year walk-on who switched from 
tailback to fullback in the off-season ... will likely work 
with the offensive scout team 

2003 (Freshman) Did not see game action. 



High School: A 200 1 graduate and two-year letterwinner 
at Gwynn Park High School in Brandywine, Md. ... named 
team captain his senior year ... a first-team Prince Georges 
Gazette all-county selection . . . named all-league by The Wash- 
ington Postm 2000 ... played in the Prince Georges County 
all-star game in 2000 ... team posted an 1 1-2 record in 2000 
... also lettered three seasons in basketball at Gwynn Park ... 
high school coach was Danny Hayes. 

Personal: AlbertJones, Jr.. was born June 14, 1983 in Wash- 
ington, DC. ... son of Hazel and Albert Jones ... majoring in 
kinesiology. 



KELLI 



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Strong Safety 
6-2 • 204 • Sr.-2V 
Germantown, Md. 
(Seneca Valley HS) 



On Kelley: Former guarterback moved to safety last year . . 
was also an important cog on kick coverage teams a hard- 
nosed competitor who saw limited action in nickel and dime 
situations but firmly secured the starting spot at strong safety 
with his play in the spring... showed a nose for the ball and 
good hitting ability in his first season at defensive back ... one 
of the more highly recruited players on the roster . . 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 OB in 2002 . . tore the anterior cruciate ligament in 
his right knee prior to the 02 spring game . . tore the ACL in 
his left knee after high school and then again prior to fall 
camp in 2001 . despite his injuries, he ran a 4.6 in spring 
testing. 



2003 (Junior): Saw action in all 1 3 games . played prima- 
rily on special teams, seeing action on kick and punt cover- 
age finished the season with 1 2 tackles (eight unassisted), 
a half sack and a pass breakup ... [Gator Bowl vs. WVU\ 

notched a season-high four 
\, tackles (two solo) and a half 
sack ... \at NCSUi ... re- 
corded two tackles (one 
solo) on special teams... 
[vs. CU\ ... raced down 
the sideline to hit the Tiger 
kick returner at Clemsons own 
1 5-yard line on his only tackle 
of the game ... (w. The Citadel) 
finished with three solo tackles 
. recorded his first career PBU in the 
third guarter ... \atPSU\ ... recorded the 
first two tackles (one solo) of his ca- 
reer ,., had a key block on special 
teams to spring Steve Suter for his 
longest kick return of the night 
in the second quarter. 



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2002 (Sophomore): Saw ac- 
tion in 1 1 games as a backup sig- 
nal caller ... completed 17 of 38 
passes for 171 yards ... rushed 26 
times for a 1-yard net ... \atUNQ ... 
had seven carries for 24 yards ... 
had a career-long rush of 
27 yards in the third guar- 
ter ... was l-for-3 for 10 
yards passing ... [vs. GT\ 



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... replaced Scott McBnen in the third quarter after McBrien 
was poked in the eye ... was 1 -for-2 with 1 2 yards passing ... 
[vs. EMU] ... completed all of his passes (3-for-3| after coming 
in during the third quarter ... [vs. FSU] ... registered career- 
highs in completions (six) and passing yards (54) on his five 
drives ... finished 6-for-l 1 with 54 yards and two INTs. 

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 cru- 
ciate ligament in his left knee in the Super 44 All-Star game in 
the summer of 2000 underwent corrective surgery. 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from Seneca Valley High 
School in Germantown. Md. . highly decorated signal-caller 
who was rated among the top prep quarterbacks in the coun- 
try ... was named Maryland state Player of the Year by USA 
Today and the Offensive Player of the Year in Maryland by the 
Associated Press ... a two-time consensus all-state quarterback 

Seneca Valley was 26-0 with him as the starting quarter- 
back and 39-0 with him somewhere in the starting lineup 
... earned All-America honors from SuperPrep, PrepStar 
and by Max Emfinger ..was rated the No. 1 QB 
in the Atlantic region by PrepStar was named 
the All-Met Offensive Player of the Year by 
The Washington Post ... he was respon- 
sible for 95 touchdowns in his two sea- 
sons as starting quarterback ... as a senior 
in 1999. he passed for 1,645 yards and 29 
touchdowns in addition to rushing for 
1,278 yards and 16 TDs ... in his career, he 
passed for 3,657 yards and rushed for 
2, 1 1 1 high school coach was Terry 
Changuns. 

Personal: Christopher Alan Kelley was born No- 
vember 18, 1981 ,. son of Teresa and John Kelley 
... majoring in family studies. 




Linebacker 



6-3 • 230 • Jr-2V 



Raeford, N.C. 



(Hoke County HS) 



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Passing O-CS AttComp Int Yds Pet TD 


IP 


Career 


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15 


Rushing 


OGS All Net Avq TD 


LP 


Career 


13-0 28 10 0.4 


27 


Defense 


GGS UT AT TT/Avq TFL Sacks 


Int 


2003 


13-0 8 4 12/0.9 0.5-2 0.5-2 


00 


Career 


13-0 8 4 12/0.9 0.5-2 0.5-2 


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On Kershaw: Truejunior who will be in 

V one of the more interesting battles for a 
VV starting spot at linebacker ... heads into 
fall as the likely starter at weak-side line- 
backer is competing with redshirt 
freshman Wesley Jefferson for the job 
. . played primarily as a reserve and on 
special teams in 2003 ... started his ca- 
reer working at the "Mike" linebacker po- 
sition but moved prior to last season ... has 
put on 27 pounds since the start of his fresh- 
man season ... ran a 4.69 in the 40-yard dash in 
spring testing. 




2003 (Sophomore): Played in 1 1 games, post- 
ing 25 tackles (18 solo) as a reserve ... also reg- 
istered one TFL and four QB hurries . (af 
NCSU} . . . recorded two solo tackles on spe- 
. cial teams ... hit return man Tramain Hall 
on a kickoff late in the fourth quarter on 
f\IC States own 3-yard line, where it would 
be forced to start the final drive of the 
game ... [at EMU] ... finished with a sea- 
son-high six tackles (three solo) ... had his first 
career TFL for a loss of one yard ... (vs. WVU| . . . 
recorded four tackles (three solo) ... had a big hit 
on Qumcy Wilson in the fourth quarter, limiting him 
to a gain of just two yards on the play ... |at NIU] 
forced an incomplete pass on a third down in the first 
quarter by hitting QB Josh Haldi as he released the 
ball. 



2002 |Freshman): Saw action in 10 games . . posted 29 
tackles (13 unassisted) and one quarterback hurry ... {vs. Ak- 
ron] ... finished second on the team with a season-high eight 
tackles ... six tackles were solo efforts ... (vs. Worre Dame] . . . 
opened his college career by coming up with seven tackles 
(two solo) against the Irish five assisted tackles tied for a 
team-high. 

High School: A three-year letterwmner and 2002 graduate 
of Hoke County High School in Raeford, N.C. ... a two-year 
starter at middle linebacker ... a very athletic linebacker with 
good lateral movement ... racked up 135 tackles with two 
interceptions, four fumble recoveries and seven sacks as a se- 
nior ... 69 of his 1 3 5 tackles were of the solo variety . . timed 
at 4.56 in the 40 . . has posted a bench press of 320 pounds 
and a 475-pound squat a first team All-Mid Southeastern 



Conference selection as a senior and a junior also a fi-si 
team all-region pick as a senior ... an honorable mention i III 
region selection by PrepStar ... also a two-year letterman rjj 
basketball ... was also recruited by Wake Forest, Duke ara 
Richmond ... high school coach was Greg Bryant. 

Personal: William Howard Kershaw was born Decembej 
15, 1983 son of Betty and William Kershaw, Sr. ... majen 
ing in criminology and criminal justice ... nicknamed the "h 
Man" by his high school teammates 



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Sacks 


Int 


2002 1(H) 13 16 29/2.9 O.OO 


0.0-0 


0-0 


2003 11-0 18 7 25/2.3 1.0-1 


0.0-0 


0-0 


Career 21-0 31 23 54/2.6 1.0-1 


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Defensive End 



6-1 ♦ 238 » Fr-RS 



Tampa. Fla. 



(Thomas Jeffe rs on HS) 

On Lemons: Second-year player who will compete at a de 
fensive end spot this season . . . had a solid spring . . physica 
player who is tough against the run and in one-on-one situa 
tions ... enters fall behind Shawne Mernman and Jon Condc 
on the depth chart ... recorded a 370-pound bench pres; 
and 500-pound squat in spring testing. 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 2003 graduate of Thomas Jefferson Higr 
School in Tampa, Fla. ... a four-year starter at defensive eno 
... recorded 74 tackles and seven sacks as a senior ... postec 
80 tackles, 1 1 sacks and four fumble recoveries as a junior . 
an honorable mention all-state selection in 2002 ... first tearr 
All-North Sun Coast, All-Hillsborough County and All-Western 1 
Conference pick ai a senior ... an all-conference and all-dis 
tnct performer as a junior .. . rated as the 1 8th-best defensive 
end in the nation by Rivais.com ... ranked as the 82nd-be;l 
player overall in the state of Florida by the Orlando Sentim 
... Tampa Jefferson team went 13-2 in 2002, losing in tht 
state finals ... school had nine Division I prospects his senioi 
season .high school teammate of fellow Terp recruit Donnie 
Woods ... Jefferson went 24-4 the last two years . . lettere 
three years in basketball ... was also recruited by Michiga l 
State. Notre Dame. South Carolina and Tulane . high schoc 
coach was Mike Simmonds. 

Personal: Jermame Lemons was born November 1 5. 1 98 4 
... son of Curtis and Wanda Lemons . . . carried a 3 . 50 grade 
point average in high school majoring in engineering. 



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County by the Baltimore Sun . 
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high school coach was Jay 



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

EBcas 



tffensive Tackle 
»-5 • 308 • Sr.-3V 
taltimore, Md. 
Calvert Hall HS) 

in Lombardo: Offensive tackle who will get his shot at a 
artmg job in his final season . . . enters fall camp atop the 
epth chart at right tackle ... has good size and strength 
as shown flashes in his playing time as a reserve the last two 
jars ... posted the highest strength index |7I4] among of- 
msive linemen and eighth-highest on the team in earning 
on Terp honors for the third straight year ... benched 410 
ad squatted 665 on testing day this off-season . . 675-pound 
]uat in spring of 2003 was the third-best in school history by 
n offensive lineman. 




Linebacker 

£-1 • 240* Jr.-HS 



Upper Marlboro, Md. 
(Gwynn Park H S) 



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003 (Junior): Played in all 
3 games . . posted four "big 
locks' and committed just 
;ne penalty in 141 
Jays ... best outing 
tf the season came j 
t Eastern Michigan 
s he posted two "big 
locks" with no penal- 
es or missed assign- 
lents in 1 7 plays. 

002 (Sophomore): 

layed in 1 1 games . 
■lissedapairofgames 
iue to a high left- 
Inkle sprain ... 
|/as in for a sea- 
on-high 13 plays 
(gainst Eastern 
Michigan and Duke .. 
vs. Akron) ... posted his 
pne "big block" of the sea- 
iOn 



'001 (Redshirt 
reshman|: Saw ae- 
on in all 12 games ... was a backup at left tackle behind 
jnen fellow redshirt freshman CJ. Brooks. 

!000 (Freshman): Redshirt season 

ligh School: A 2000 graduate of Calvert Hall College High 
I chool in Baltimore, Md. ... a two-time first team all-state se- 
lection ... started 43 consecutive games as a prep ... three- 
ear starter on the varsity ... as a senior, was an all-region 
jelection by PrepStar ... named first team All-Baltimore City/ 



On Lucas Player who joined the Terps in the spring . . . will 
line up at weak-side linebacker and work with the defensive 
scout team. 

High School A 1 994 graduate and four-year letterwmner at 
Gwynn Park High School in Brandywine. Md. ... was named 
defensive captain in 1 993 ... team was 3A divisional champi- 
ons in 1 992 .. . high school coach was Mike Cavallini 

Personal Gregory John Lucas was born January 30, 1976 

. son of Marsha Cooper and Alphonso Lucas . . majoring in 

civil engineering ... served eight years in the U.S. Navy 

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Tailbaci 
6-0» 233»Sr-1V 



Harrison. W.Y. 



(Harrison HS/Oh io S tate) 



On Maldonado: Running back in his third year at Maryland 
... will see significant action at tailback in his senior season . . . 
a bruising runner with good feet ... in his first season seeing 
action at Maryland, gave the team an excellent short-yardage 
back who wears down the opponent late in games ... aver- 
aged a robust 60 yards per carry in 03 . . . redshirted in 2002 



after transferring from Ohio State prior to the season ... an 
Iron Terp in 2003 who posted the highest strength index (692) 
among Maryland running backs that year ... strength num- 
bers included a 325-pound bench press and a 550-pound 
squat . . did not test in 2004 due to injury . . . participated in 
non-contact drills this past spring as he worked to recuperate 
from a knee injury suffered in 03. 

2003 (Redshirt Junior): Saw action in seven games ... 
finished third on the team in rushing, registering 305 yards 
on 51 carries with three touchdowns ... averaged 6.0 yards 
per carry, the most by any Terrapin tailback .. suffered an ACL 
injury in the North Carolina game that ended his 2003 cam- 
paign ... [vs. UNQ ... rushed for 43 yards on five attempts 
before leaving the game at the end of the first quarter due to 
injury ... had a career-long 3 1 -yard run up the left side in the 
first quarter after breaking a tackle near the line of scrimmage 
... (at G7| ... gained 33 yards on just three rushing attempts 
... had a 26-yard run in the fourth quarter as he bulled his 
way up the middle of the field through defenders ... [vs. Duke] 
... had 1 5 yards on five rushing attempts . recorded his third 
rushing touchdown of the season in the third quarter as he 
broke one tackle and stretched across the goal line on a 5- 
yard play ... (vs. WVU] ... led 
the Terps with a career-high 
88 yards on just 1 3 rush- 
ing attempts ... [vs. The 
Citadel] ... went for 66 
yards on 1 2 rushing at- 
tempts 
plowed over 
two defenders 
on a 7-yard run 
in the first quar- 
ter for his first 
touchdown 
as a Terp ... 
powered his 
way through 
the middle on a 3-yard 
run, giving him a career high 
in touchdowns in a single 1 
game . . added his first career 
reception as a Terp on a 1 6-yard 
screen pass in the second quar- 
ter ... [atNlU] ... gained 1 9 yards 
on four rushing attempts in his first 
career action as a Terp 

2002 (Junior): Redshirt season. 

2001 (Sophomore at OSU): Saw 

anion in 1 games . . had 39 carries for 1 68 

yards, third-most on the team . . averaged 4.3 

yards per carry . . . season-best 68 yards came on Jfe 

2000 (Freshman at OSU): Appeared in four games 
as a true freshman ... rushed 22 times for 50 yards and a 
touchdown ... first career TD came in his first collegiate game 
(a 7-yard run vs. Penn State). 

High School: A four-year letterwmner and 2000 graduate 
of Harmon (N.Y.| High School ... ran for over 7.000 yards 
and 99 touchdowns in his prep career ... a Parade AILAmeri- 
can 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 




1 4 carries in the season-opener against Akron. 



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as a senior ... was recruited by Ohio State, Syracuse, Florida 
State and Georgia Tech ... high school coach was Art Troilo. 

Personal: Samuel Rafeal Maldonado was born January 22, 
1 982, in Bronx, NY ... son of Rafael and Mereyda Maldonado 
... majoring in family studies ... nickname is The Bull" due to 
his hard-charging running style ... is the youngest of three 
brothers ... hometown, Harrison, NY., is the same as Ralph 
Fnedgen and Dave Sollazzo. 




Ruihinq 6-GJ Att. Gain Lost 


Net 


Avg 


TD LP 


2000 |OSU| 4-0 


22 54 4 


50 


2.3 


1 7 


2001 |OSU| 10-0 


39 174 6 


168 


4,3 


19 


2002 


Redshirt season 








2003 |Md.| 7-0 


51 306 1 


305 


6.0 


3 31 


Career 21-0 


112 534 10 


524 


4.7 


4 31 





MATT 




Offensiv e Tackle 
6-4 ' 282 ♦ Fr.-RS 



Miami Lakes. Fla. 



(Dulaney (Md.) HS) 



On Matto: Second-year walk-on who has performed well . . . 
is lining up at right tackle behind Lou Lombardo and Brandon 
Nixon. 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season . .. named offensive scout 
team player of the week for his play in practice the week of 
the North Carolina game. 

High School A 2003 graduate of Dulaney High School in 
Timonium, Md. ... attended and lettered two seasons at Hi- 
aleah-Miami Lakes High School in Miami, Fla., before playing 
in Maryland his senior season ... named sophomore Athlete 
of the Year and Most Improved Lineman at Hialeah-Miami Lakes 
in 200 1 ... played tackle for Dulaney his senior season, 2003, 
on a team that posted a 7-3 record . . . also wrestled for two 
seasons . high school coaches were Steve Watts [Dulaney) 
and Jeff Rogers |Hialeah-Miami Lakes). 

Personal: Eduardo F. Matto was born January 14, 1985 ... 
son of Maria and Cesar Matto ... father is a microbiologist ... 
has three sisters: Maria, Diana and Victoria . . . enrolled in the 
college of letters and sciences. 




Long Snapper 



6-1 • 240 • Fr-RS 



Columbia. Md. 



(River Hill HS) 



On McDermond: Player who served primarily as a scout- 
team specialist in 2004 ... duties thus far in his career have 
been limited primarily to long snapping. 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner at River Hill High 
School in Clarksville, Md. ... recorded nine tackles on special 
teams his senior year . . received the Minds In Motion Scholar- 
Athlete Award in 2000, 2001 and 2002 ... a recipient of the 
Boosters Athletic Scholarship Award for excellence in athletics 
and academics in 2003 ... high school coach was Brian Van 
Deusen. 

Personal: Brendan James McDermond was born August 12, 
1984 in Philadelphia, Pa. ... son of Diane and James 
McDermond ... enrolled in the college of letters and sciences 



JWcDON 




r\-/1 



Center 
6-2 • 275 
Hagerstown, Md. 
(Williamsport HS/ 
Concord College) 



68 



Jr.-SQ 



On McDonald: Offensive lineman who walked on at Mary- 
land in 2002 after spending his first season at the collegiate 
level at Concord (W. Va.| College . . became an asset in 2003 
due to his versatility, as he can play guard or center. 

2003 (Redshirt Sophomore): Saw action in six games 
did not allow a sack or commit a penalty in 45 plays on the 

M .IMIll 



2002 (Sophomore): Redshirt season . 
ing with the offensive scout team. 



spent season wc-M 



2001 (Freshman at CC): Lettered in both football a li 

track at Concord College ... an honorable mention alkonf eJ 
ence pick and team Newcomer of the Year . . . threw the shoJ 
hammer and discus in track. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and 2001 gradual 
of Williamsport (Md.) High School ... a second team all-starl 
selection as a senior . first team all-Washington County as 
junior and senior . team captain . also ran track and wrestleJ 
. . finished second in state as a senior and set a school recorJ 
for pins as a wrestler ... high school coach was Eric Michael! 

Personal: Ryan J McDonald was born September 1 0, 19831 
in Hagerstown, Md. ... is the son of Edward and Cmdl 
McDonald ... majoring in biological sciences ... nickname il 

"Mac". 




Cornerback 

5-10 '190 'Jr.- IV 



Columbia, Md. 



(Howard HS) 



On McPhearson: Fourth-year junior who could make ar 
impact at cornerback in 2004 ... competing for playing time 
most likely at the boundary corner position . . . finished sprint 
ball atop the depth chart at the position after an injury limits 
Reuben Haigler . . . played very well and seems to have taker 
the next step toward increased playing time ... recorded tht 
fastest time ever recorded by a Maryland defensive back, run 
ning a 4.28 in the 40-yard dash in spring testing ... an Iror 
Terp who also posted a 39-inch vertical jump, 375-poun . 
bench press and 525-pound squat ... strength index was tht 
fourth-highest on the team this year. 

2003 (Sophomore): Saw action in the first two games ol 
the season, recording one tackle. 

2002 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in 13 games, play 
ing primarily on special teams . . . finished the season with 1 6 
tackles (13 solo), one pass breakup and one interception . 
{at Duke] ... had three tackles (two solo) ... [atWVU\ ... madi 
first career INT to halt a late Mountaineer scoring drive 

2001 (Freshman): Redshirt season 

High School: A 2001 graduate of Howard High School Ir 
Ellicott City, Md. ...as a senior, rushed 1 1 7 times for 825 yards 
caught 10 passes for 228 yards, and scored 1 1 touchdown 
. . on defense, totaled 43 tackles and two interceptions . 
a junior, rushed for 1.423 yards and scored 18 touchdown 



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. was named Associated Press Small School all-state honor- 

i ible mention as a defensive back as a senior ... named to 

i 'tuperPrep's all-region team ... a preseason Mid-Atlantic all-re- 

jion choice by PrepStar . played his final season of prep ball 

u Howard High School after transferring from Cardinal Gib- 

'xxis in Baltimore ... was also recruited by Boston College 

, md Virginia ... high school coach was Vince Parnell. 

'ersonal: Gerrick Harold McPhearson was born December 
[29, 1 983 . . . son of Kim and Gerrick McPhearson . . . majoring 
n criminology and criminal justice ... father played defensive 
jac k at Boston College and with the New England Patriots . . . 
jrother. Derrick, is a freshman football player at the University 
iof Florida. 





Defense G-« UT AT TT/Avg TFL 


Sacks Int 


2002 13-0 13 3 16/1.2 CUM 


0.0-0 1-14 


2003 2-0 1 1/0.5 0.0-0 


0.0-0 (HI 


Career 15-0 14 3 17/1.1 0.0-0 


0.0-0 1-14 






7f 



85 



Wide Receiver 
6-2 *1 78 »Jr-2V 



Lancaster, Pa. 



(J.P. McCaskey HS) 

On Melendez: Talented third-year receiver who 
Igood speed and great hands . . listed as the backup 



leaping grab along the right sideline for 1 3 yards in the first 
quarter . [vs. UNC] ... took an end-around for a 14-yard gam 
in the third quarter . . (at EMU] . . . scored his first career touch- 
down on a 1 4-yard pass from Scott McBrien during the fourth 
quarter, in which he twisted his way into the end zone after 
the catch ... [atNIU] ... had the Terps' second-longest recep- 
tion 1 1 5 yards] on his only catch of the game. 

2002 (Freshman): Played in each of the final 1 1 games of 
the season ... had six receptions for 62 yards ... [at Duke) ... 
had three receptions for 37 yards, both season-highs ... hauled 
in a 25-yard reception in the third quarter ... [vs. EMU] ... saw 
the first action of his collegiate career and made two catches 
for 1 5 yards. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of J.P McCaskey High School in Lancaster, Pa. ... named Asso- 
ciated Press Big Schools all-state and All-East by 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 League's wide 
receiver of the year .. . formed a dangerous combination with 
quarterback Perry Patterson, who was expected to sign with 
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 participated 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 200 1 ... played 
at the same high school that produced former Dallas Cow- 
boy Doug Dennison also recruited by Georgia Tech, Vir- 
ginia Tech, Pitt, Penn State and Duke ... high school coach 
was Scott Feldman 



Personal: Daniel Melendez was born Febru- 
ary 16, 1984, in Bronx, NY ... son of Diana 
and Al McHenry . . . majoring in criminology 
and criminal justice. 



ito Steve Suter at the 7" wide receiver spot 
*... saw significant action as a reserve 
Bast year ... uses his hands well to cre- 
*ate space between himself and the de- 
fender ... a good route runner ... also 
; serves as a backup holder . . posted a 
■39-inch vertical jump and ran a 4.45 In 
[the 40-yard dash in spring testing ... ex- 
'pected to be fully recovered from a fractured 
left ankle (suffered in the spring) by the start 
of fall camp 

2003 (Sophomore): Played in all but 
'one game (West Virginia) ... had nine 
, receptions for 1 36 yards and a pair of 
! touchdowns ... had two carries for 22 
j yards as well ... [Gator Bowlvs. WW) 
i ... Terps third-leading receiver with 
' three receptions for 6 1 yards ... had 
la 44-yard reception in the third quarter which set up a Nick 
'Novak field goal ... [at WFU] ...finished with two receptions 
for 27 yards and one touchdown ... made a nice move to 
break off his defender in the end zone for the second touch- 
down reception of his career in the second quarter . . made a 








TD Long 


Career- ^rhfts>fuzs> 

Recemnq CrCJ free. Yds. 


Avq. 


2002 11-0 6 62 


10.3 


25 


2003 12-0 9 136 


15.1 


2 44 


Career 23-0 15 198 


13.2 


2 44 





MER 



RILLS 




Tailback 

5-10 -195Jr-2V 
Columbia, Md. 
(Wilde Lake HS) 



On Merrills: Speedy tailback who is one of a number of 
players who will be vying for playing time at what is likely the 
team's deepest position . . . hard-working player who had his 
best off-season since joining the team ,., dangerous in open 
space ...an Iron Terp with the highest strength index among 
running backs and the second-highest on the team overall ... 
numbers include a 38-inch vertical jump, a 4.46 time in the 
40-yard dash, a 385-pound bench press and a 580-pound 
squat ... squat and vertical jump are each third-best ever re- 
corded by a Terp running back. 

2003 (Sophomore): Played in four games ... finished the 
season with 23 carries for 86 yards and one touchdown ... 
[vs. The Citadel] ...bad his top rushing effort of the season, 
rushing 1 3 times for 42 yards and a touchdown ... TD was a 
4-yard effort that capped Maryland's scoring on the day. 

2002 (Redshirt Freshman): 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. EMU] 
... had first career touchdown reception on a 1 4-yard catch in 
the second quarter ... finished tied for the team lead in recep- 
tions (three) and third in yards (50) ... had six carries for 26 
yards ... [vs. FSU] ... had first career reception for four yards 
... [vs. Akron) ... finished as the Terps' leading rusher on the 
day with a career-high 79 yards on 17 carries ... had three 
carries over 1 yards (22, 14, 11). 

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

High School: A 2001 graduate of Wilde Lake High School 
in Columbia, Md. ... rushed for 1,743 yards and 21 touch- 
downs as a senior ... 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 victory .... had 
a 3 1 3-yard rushing performance as a senior against Long 
Reach, scoring on touchdown runs of 83, 65, 45 and 64 yards 
... highly decorated player as a senior in 2000, earning 
SuperPrep All-America honors in the "athlete" category ... also 
earned consensus all-state honors from the Associated Press 
in addition to being named Gatorade Maryland State Player 
of the Year ... a Baltimore Sun All-Metro first team and Wash- 
ington Post All-Met honorable mention pick as a running back 
... a preseason Mid-Atlantic alkegion choice by PrepStar ... 



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MABYLANP^^^a{T JfcJ 



was a second team Baltimore Sun All-Metro selection as a jun- 
ior in 1 999, totaling 1 ,050 rushing yards and 1 3 touchdowns 
... was also recruited by Penn State ... high school coach was 
Douglas DuVall. 

Personal: Mario Edward Merrills was born January 23, 1983 
... son of Shirley and Albert Merrills . . majoring in communi- 
cations. 




Hushing GGS Att Net 


Avq 


TO 


LP 






40 


157 


3.9 





22 


2002 


9-0 


2003 


4-0 


23 


86 


3.7 


1 


9 


Career 


13-0 


63 


243 


3.9 


1 


22 


Receiving 


&GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avq 


TO 


LP 


2002 


9-0 


6 


67 


11.2 


t 


22 


2003 


4-0 








0.0 





_. 


Career 


13-0 


6 


67 


11.2 


1 


22 



MEttRI 



^45 



Defensive End 
6-4 • 245 • Jr-2V 



U pper Marlboro, Md. 
(Frederick Douglass HS) 

On Merriman: Third-year player with tremendous physical 
skills ... set to start at one defensive end position after playing 
the hybrid "Leo" position last year ... has great size and 
athleticism a big hitter ... an honors candidate who was 
one of the best pass rushers in the league last year ... has 
shown flashes of greatness the last two years ... an Iron Terp 
the last two years who posted a 38 1 /2-inch vertical jump, a 
385-pound bench and a 590-pound squat on testing day ... 
4 1 I /2-inch vertical jump from 2003 was the best ever by a 
Maryland defensive lineman. 

2003 |Sophomore): Played in all 13 games, starting five ... 
battled injuries for much of the season but never missed a 
game . tied for second in the ACC and led the team with 8.5 
sacks ... tied for fifth on the team with 55 tackles {40 solo| ... 
also recorded 9.5 TFLs, a team-high 13 QB hurries and two 
fumble recoveries while batting down three passes ...{at WFU) 
...recorded six tackles (three solo) with one sack and a PBU ... 
showed good awareness as he contained and then collapsed 
on Cory Randolph for a sack of four yards in the third quarter 
... PBU came on a fourth-and-four play in the fourth quarter 
... (at NCSU] ... had four tackles (three solo), one QB hurry 
and one sack for two yards ... got through the defense in the 
third quarter and used his agility to take down a scrambling 
Philip Rivers for a loss of two yards ... (vs. LVa| ... finished 
with four tackles (two solo) and one QB hurry ... pressured 
Matt Schaub on a third-and-13 in the third quarter, forcing 
him to throw the ball away and the Cavaliers to punt ... {vs. 
UNQ ... had three tackles (two solo| ... combined with Kevin 




Eli on a sack as they collapsed on the pocket to hit the Tar 
Heel quarterback for a loss of two yards... [atGJ] ...recorded 
two tackles (one solo) and led the Terps 
with three QB hurries ... one of his QB 
hurries came as he chased Reggie 
Ball to the sidelines, forcing him 
to throw the ball away on a third 
and-seven, forcing a Yellow 
Jacket punt ... (vs. Duke) 
... recorded four solo 
tackles... recovered 
a fumble using his 
speed to beat the 
quarterback to the 
loose ball ... fumble 
recovery was the first 
of his career ... made 
a heads-up play, sack- f **** 
mg the Duke quarter- 
back for a loss of 1 
yards as he was not IP^ 
fooled on play-action ... 
{vs. CU\... had an impressive show- 
ing in his first start of the season 
... finished with six tackles |four 
solo) and two sacks ... was in 
constant pursuit of the quar- 
terback throughout the 
game with two sacks for 20 
yards and four QB hurries, 
both team-highs ... added 
one PBU in the second 
quarter as he jumped to 
deflect a pass while 
rushing the QB . 
[vs. WVUj ... fin- 
ished with five 
tackles (four 
solo) ... had 
a big sack 
for a loss 
of four 
yards in 

the third quarter by speeding through the left side of the line 
to get Rasheed Marshall ... {vs. The Gtadet\ ... recorded one 
of the Terps' two sacks on the night for a loss of four yards ... 
finished with three tackles (two solo) ... \atfSU\ ... had four 
tackles (three solo) ... caught Chris Rix from behind to record 
a sack for a loss of 1 2 yards in the third quarter. 

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 tackles (32 solo), six TFLs, and 
four QB hurries ... batted down five passes ... (vs. NCSU] ... 
had three solo tackles ... had one quarterback hurry which 
came on a key third-down late in the fourth quarter ... (at 
UNQ ... 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 break- 
ups 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 WVUj ... notched five 
tackles (two solo) ... was a force in the backfield, registering a 
first career sack for a loss of one yard ... | vs. EMU\ . . . recorded 
six total tackles ... five solo stops were tied for the second- 




most on the team ... made first tackle for a loss of two yarcs 
.... also had a quarterback hurry. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2002 graduatq 
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 158 tackles, 
three forced fumbles, two interceptions and 
two blocked punts as a senior . . also had 
21 receptions for 428 yards and six 
touchdowns ... career-high 1 63 tad 
les and four interceptions came as 
a junior in 2000 ... led the 
team in tackles with 1 22 
as a sophomore ... se- 
lected as first team 
all-state and Mary- 
land Defensive! 
Player of the 1 
Year as a se- 
nior by the 
Associ- 
ated 
Press 
. first 
team All- 
Metro by'The 
Washington Post in 200 1 . . . chosen de- 
fensive 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 
number one linebacker in the state 
of Maryland (and the 1 4th-best 
in the nation) by SuperPrep.. 
also rated by SuperPrep as 
the second-best player 
overall in the Mid-Atlantic 
region ... an All-Atlantic 
region honoree b) 
PrepStar ... named tc 
George Michaels Golden 1 1 
team... team compiled a 27-5 record (including a 10-0regu 
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 DC. area by The Washington 
Post ... averaged 13.2 points and 16.3 rebounds per game 
as a junior . . . was also recruited by Notre Dame, South Cara 
lina, Syracuse and NC State ... high school coach was Bill 
Johnson 

Personal: Shawne DeAndre Merriman was born May 25, 
1984 ... son of Gloria Williams ... majoring in criminology 
and criminal justice . . . thought of and helped organize a coat 
drive at one of this past years basketball game that brought 
in over 3,200 coats for the "Creative Community for Non 
Violence" shelter. 




Defense (rOS UT AT TT/Avq TFL Sacks 


Int 

0-0 


2002 14-1 32 17 49/3 5 6 024 5.0-22 


2003 13-5 40 15 55/4.2 9.5-59 8.5-58 


0-0 


Career 27-6 72 32 104/3.9 15.5-8313.5-80 


0-0 



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Tight End 
6-8 • 264 * Jr .-21 
Carlisle, Pa. 
(Boiling Springs HS) 

On Miller: Junior tight end who moves 
''into the starting spot at tight end -^ 
'with the departure of four-year 
'starter Jeff Dugan ... will be ., 

counted on heavily for his 

blocking skills as well as an 

increased role in the pass- 
ing game ... a big tar- 
get with good pass- 
'catchmg skills ... saw 
; the bulk of his action in 

two-tight end formations 
'in his first two years... ran 
'a 4.79 time in the 40-yard 
■dash and posted a 35 1/ 

2-inch vertical jump in 
'spring testing [third-best 
Sever by a Terp tight end) 




jo ^^^ 

i 



•all 13 ^ 

i games, start- 

' ing one when the Terps' opened 

1 in a two-tight end formation . 

finished the season with two 

' receptions for 1 yards and a 

'touchdown ... \at NCSU] 

■ had a 2-yard touchdown re- 1 

, ception on a play-action pass 

from Scott McBnen in the second quarter ... touchdown was 

his first of the season... \atPSU\ ... made his first reception of 

■the season, a diving effort in the fourth quarter for a gain of 

eight yards. 

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 1-yard pass 
from Scott McBnen in the first quarter... (vs. Ifofford) ... made 
his first career reception on a 9-yard pass ... play was good 
for a first down. 

2001 (Freshman): Redshirt season 



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- 
tion to catching 25 passes for 423 yards and five touchdowns 
... set school career records by a tight end for receptions, 
receiving yards and touchdowns . is the Bubblers' first-ever 
Division I football signee ... helped BSHS to the district play- 
offs and a 9-1 overall record in 2000, equaling the most wins 
by the school in 49 years . . . named to the All-Sentinel All-Star 
team as a tight end/defensive end ... was a three-way first 
team All-Mid-Penn League selection, earning recognition as a 
tight end, defensive end and placekicker . . also named sec- 
ond team all-league as a punter ... selected team most valu- 
able 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 . . majoring in criminology and 
criminal justice. 





Receiving G-G5 Rec. Yds. 


Avq. 


TD Long 


2002 14-0 2 10 


5.0 


1 9 


2003 13-1 2 10 


5.0 


1 8 


Career 27-1 4 20 


5.0 


2 9 






Quarterback 



6- 1 *217 • Fr.-RS 



McLean , Ua. 



(DeMatha HS) 



On Mitch: Second-year quarterback enters fall camp as a 
backup at quarterback . showed promise running the offen- 
sive scout team a year ago but struggled somewhat in spring 
... has a strong, accurate arm ... seems to simply need time to 
develop and learn the offense. 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... offensive scout team 
Player of the Week for his work in practice leading up to the 
Wake Forest game. 

High School: A 2003 graduate of DeMatha High School in 
Hyattsville, Md. ... four-year varsity letterwinner and three- 
year starter . . only player to start at quarterback as a sopho- 
more in head coach Bill McGregor's 21 seasons as a head 
coach ... ended his career as the schools all-time winningest 
quarterback (29-4 in his 33 starts) ... as a senior in 2002, com- 
pleted 75 of 125 |.600| passes for 1. 377 yards and 11 touch- 
downs ... was a consensus all-state selection ... also earned 



first team All-WCAC, first team All-Prince George's County, and 
second team All-Met honors .in addition, was named to 
SuperPreps All-America 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 12 touchdowns as a junior 
while leading DeMatha to an 1 1 -0 record and a WCAC cham- 
pionship ... as a sophomore led DeMatha to a WCAC title and 
an 1 1-1 mark . . . high school coach was Bill McGregor. 

Personal: Ryan Mitch was born September 12, 1984 ... son 
of Janet and Robert Mitch . . . father played college football at 
Syracuse, lettering the 1 973, 74 and 75 seasons ... enrolled 
in the college of letters and sciences 




Defensive Tackle 



6-4 • 283 ♦ F r.-RS 
Charlotte. W.C. 



(Independence HS) 



On Moore: Second-year tackle who looks to have a bright 
future at Maryland originally signed as a grayshirt due to 
his inexperience, he was a late arrival last year who showed 
signs of being a potential force with experience ... an athletic 
player for his size ... timed at 4.89 in the 40-yard dash in the 
spring while posting a 400-pound bench and 525-pound 
squat, earning Iron Terp honors. 

2003 |Freshman|: Redshirt season ... one of the standout 
performers for the scout team . . named scout team player of 
the week three times earned the recognition the weeks of 
games against The Citadel, Clemson and NC State. 

High School: A 2003 graduate of Independence High School 
in Charlotte, N.C ... player who played just one year with the 
varsity, but whose stock saw a meteoric rise his senior season 
... had never played football but was asked to join the junior 
varsity team in his junior season based on his size ... made 
varsity as a senior and was one of four all-state performers 
from his school . . . posted 1 07 tackles (69 unassisted). 1 2 tackles 
for loss and three sacks in his lone season with the varsity ... a 
first team all-state selection by the Associated Press ... led all 
defensive linemen in voting for all-state ... was also all-confer- 
ence, all-county and all-district for the Patriots . . invited to 
play in the Shrine Bowl (North Carolina all-stars vs. South Caro- 
lina all-stars) . . . team went 1 3-0 and beat its opponents by an 
average of 5 1 -8 en route to the state championship . . . team- 
mate was consensus national player of the year and current 
Florida budding star QB Chris Leak ... was also recruited by 
North Carolina, East Carolina, Wake Forest and Duke .. high 
school coach was Tommy Knotts. 

Personal: Marchondray Moore was born June 9, 1985 ... 
son of Melvin and Lois Moore ... enrolled in the college of 
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Quarterback 



6-0-198-Fr-RS 



Hagerstown, Md. 



(South Hagerstown HS) 

On Moyseenko: Hard-working quarterback who will serve 
as a backup in 2004. 



2003 |Freshman|: Redshirt season. 

High School: A two-year letterwinner at South Hagerstown 
High School in Hagerstown, Md. ... named team captain his 
senior year ... earned the school's Golden Helmet award in 
2003 ... was a Principal's Award winner for academics and 
athletics his senior season ... was a Gatorade Player of the 
Week in 2002 ... also lettered in basketball and lacrosse at 
South Hagerstown ... high school coach was Greg Kellick 

Personal: Michael Peter Moyseenko was born January 26, 
1985 ... son of Debra and Alex Moyseenko ... both parents 
are graduates of Maryland . . . enrolled in the college of letters 
and sciences. 




Offensive Tackle 

6-6-315Fr.-RS 

Pottstown, Pa. (Pottstown HS) 

On Nixon: Physically-gifted tackle in his second year ... en- 
ters fall camp as a backup at right tackle ... a good run blocker 
who simply needs to work on his technique to become a more 
steady contributor. 

2003 |Freshman): Redshirt season. 

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 . . . SuperPrep's 1 5th- 
rated player in the in the state of Pennsylvania ... part of a 
defense that posted nine shutouts and allowed just three 
points in its league his senior year ... started at tackle as a 64, 
270-pound ninth grader ... also competed in track & field ... 
top marks include a 53-foot mark 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 Nixon was born December 2, 1984... 
son of Darryl Nixon and Margo Boekhoudt . . enrolled in the 
college of letters and sciences. 

MOunK 







Placekicker 



6-0«186*Sr.-3V 



Charlottesville. Va. 
(Albemarle HS) 

On Novak: Fifth-year senior who enters his final 
year as one of the top placekickers in the country 
has been outstanding in every aspect during his 
three years as Maryland's kicker ...a semifinal- 
ist for the Lou Groza 
Award each , 
of the last ' u 
two years and 

a serious contender this year ... 2004 Maryland LeFrak 
Scholar ... has a strong leg and good accuracy ... 
consistent as both a placekicker and with kickoff du- 
ties ... a very hard worker . . . enters the season need- 
ing just three points to become the Atlantic Coast 
Conference's all-time leading scorer, surpassing the 326 
points of FSU's Scott Bentley ... 324 career points is a 
Maryland record ... needs 1 00 points - a mark he has 
surpassed each of the last two years — to become 
the NCAAs all-time points leader |Houstons Roman 
Anderson ('88-9 1 ] currently holds that mark with 423] 
... ranked among the nations top 25 in field goals 
and scoring as a sophomore and a junior. 

2003 (Junior): Maryland's starting placekicker in 
all 1 3 games ... first team AII-ACC ... led the ACC and 
ranked sixth in the nation with an average of 1 .85 field 
goals per game ... also led the league and ranked 23rd 
in the nation in scoring with 8 5 points per game . . fin- 
ished the season 24-of-32 on field goals and 38-of-42 
on extra points ...fat NCSU) ... came back and kicked 
a 43-yard field goal to win the game with 28 sec- 



onds left in regulation after missing an extra point that wol c 
have tied the game two minutes earlier ... kicked a 29-ya-ri 
field goal with five seconds left in the second quarter ... game' 
winning kick gave him the school scoring record ... /vs. UNO 
... had a big game, connecting on all three of his field goad 
attempts and six PATs ... field goals came from 20, 24, and 46! 
yards... forced nine touchbacks on his 1 1 kickoffs ... (vs. Dukej 
... kicked a career-long 54-yard field goal for the Terps' firsi 
score of the game, surpassing his previous best of 5 1 yards 
field goal tied Steve Mike-Mayers 1973 effort for the longest in 
school history ... connected on four of his five field goal at- 
tempts, marking the third time in his career and second this 
season he kicked four field goals in one game ... (vs. WVUj 
connected on two of his three field goal attempts ... his suc- 
cessful attempts came from 32 and 41 yards... lone miss came 
from 52 yards... converted all four of his PATs, giving him 10 
points on the night ... (vs. The Citadel} ... connected on all 
four of his field goal attempts . . . attempts came from 21,31 
38, and 42 yards... (at NIUj ... was successful on both of his 
field goal attempts of the night, hitting from 46 yards in the 
third quarter and 50 yards in the fourth quarter ... forced touch- 
backs on two of his four kickoffs ... NIUs average starting spot 
after his four kicks was its own 1 7-yard line 

2002 (Sophomore): Terps' starting placekicker in all 1 4 games 
first team AJI-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- 
ing percentage (85.7] ... 16th in the nation in scoring at 8.93 
points per game ..set Maryland records with 24 field goals and 
1 25 points ... was an amazing 8-of-l on kicks beyond 40 yards 
and 3-for-4 of kicks over 50 . . . [Peach Bowl w. 1/7) ... 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 
v second quarter and 28 yards in the fourth quarter . .\atCU] 
was perfect in his lone field goal attempt from 1 9 yards in 
the second quarter ... streak of 73-straighl PAT conver- 
sions ended with a kick wide4eft after the first Maryland 
vs NCSU] ... hit the 26-yard, game-win- 
ning field goal with 34 seconds lemain- 
ing in his only attempt of the game . 
it was the second game-winning FG 
of his career ... 3 of 5 kickoffs went 
for touchbacks ... [atDuke] ... tied a 
career-long with a 51 -yard FG in 
the first quarter in his lone at- 
tempt on the day ... |af WW 
was 2-for-2 on field goal 
attempts, with a long of 
46 yards in the 
fourth quarter 
five of nine kick 
offs went foi 




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)uchbacks ... |w. Woffordj ... was 3-for-4 on field goal attempts, 
itting one from 50 yards in the third quarter . . lone miss of the 
>ay came from 57 yards ... had a solo tackle on a second-quarter 
ickoff |vs. Akron] . rebounded after missing his first FG at- 
■mpt to make three consecutive attempts in the second half 
■' I -yard FG in the fourth quarter tied his career long. 

001 (Redshirt Freshman|: Starting kicker in all II games 
lus the Orange Bowl ... was 16-of-25 on field goals for a 64 
r ercent success rate ... missed just one of his 42 PATs on the 
eason ... an honorable mention AII-ACC selection . . . also sec- 
i nd-team Freshman All-America by The Sporting News . . con- 
ected on 12 of his last 14 field goals to close the season 
no of the kicks were from 50 yards or longer and four were 
.om at least 40 yards . the only two misses were from 50 
iards vs. Duke, which hit the right upright, and the 62-yard 
; ttempt vs. Clemson ... finished one field goal shy of the Mary- 
ind single-season record of 1 7 ... his 4 1 PATs set a new single- 
reason record at Maryland ... led the team in scoring with 89 
joints, the highest total ever by a Terp freshman kicker . . . ranked 
J 5th in Division l-A in field goals per game |l 45) and 29th in 
jconng |8.09 ppg) ... (vs. CUj... had a stellar game, going 3- 
jr-4 on field goal attempts his only miss was from 62 yards 
t the end of the first half and fell just a yard short... jvs. TSUj 
A. finished a perfect 4-for-4 on field goal attempts ... two of 
qie field goals were from long range, one from 50 yards to 
md the first half and one from 46 yards... /vs. FSUj ... madea 
jareerlong 5 1 -yard field goal with no time remaining in the 
rst half ... his first attempt was from 56 yards and was just 
ihort. but got the chance to kick again after a roughing-the- 
jicker penalty on FSU ... also was a perfect 4-for4 on extra 
;ioints ... /vs. Duke) ... tied a school-record with eight PATs 
v'lso kicked a 23-yard field goal ... missed from 50 yards to end 
ihe first half by hitting the left upright ... had plenty of dis- 
tance on the 50-yard attempt . . /vs. G77 . . . had a game which 
(hanged his season and possibly his career, as he finished the 
jame with two field goals and two extra points came up 
rfith one of the plays of the year kicking a then-career-long 
J-6-yard field goal to force overtime at the end of regulation of 
i Thursday-night matchup on ESPN previous long was 33 
f ards kept his focus on the kick after a high snap . . earned 
1\CC Specialist of the Week honors for his efforts ... also con- 
nected on a 26-yard field goal in overtime that proved to be 
'he game-winning score ... (vs. UVaj ... was 2-for-3 on field 
i]oal attempts including makes from 25 and 33 yards... also 
jvas a perfect 5-for-5 on PAT attempts ... /vs. WFUj ... made 
vfie first two field goals of his career [from 27 and 29 yards). 

!000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

■ligh School: A three-year letterwinner and 2000 graduate 
l)f Albemarle High in Charlottesville, Va. ... three-year varsity 
(tarter as a placekicker and punter ... two-time first team all- 



tate choice, capturing the honor as a sophomore and as a Newark. Del. 




Linebacker 

6-1 • 240 • Jr.-HS 

Baltimore, Md. 

(CCBC-Essex / Chesapeake HS) 

On Nwachukwu Walk-on who will work at middle line- 
backer on the defensive scout team . . has good size still 
working to make the transition from defensive end, a position 
he spent more time at as a prep . . . spent first two years of 
college at Community College of Baltimore County (Essex). 

High School. A one-year letterwinner at Chesapeake High 
School in Baltimore, Md. ... played defensive end ., lettered 
two years in soccer. 

Personal: Victor Nnabuga Nwachukwu was born Novem- 
ber 18, 1981 in Baltimore, Md. ... son of Ezi and Sunday 
Nwachukwu . . enrolled in the college of letters and sciences. 



Larson 



enior . . . was 1 3-of- 1 4 on field goal attempts his final two sea- 
'ons. including a career long of 50 yards as a senior ... was a 
wo-time all-district and All-Daily Progress selection ... named 
o the school's all-academic team three times. 

'ersonal: Nicholas Ryan Novak was born August 21, 1981 
i.. son of Julie and Bob Novak ... majoring in kinesiology ... 
barents are both professors at Purdue and were at Virginia 
Jvhen Novak was a prep ... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000. 




Kicking G-OS XPA 


FGM-A 


14 


PU 


2001 11-11 


4142 


16-25 


51 


89 


2002 14-14 


53-54 


24-28 


51 


125 


2003 13-13 


38-42 


24-32 


54 


110 


Career 38-38 


132-138 


64-85 


54 


324 





(Newark Academy) 

On Parson: Wide receiver who has had three produc- 
tive seasons at Maryland is coming off his best sea- 
son . . will be the first receiver in when the offensive 
set calls for a slot receiver ... has steady hands, good 
speed and quick feet ... a solid blocking receiver . . . 
a reliable kickoff and punt returner , . . came to 
Maryland as a tailback but was converted / 
to receiver quickly in his first season . . 
still gets the occasional carry in end- 
around type situations ... an Iron 
Terp who ran a 4.5 in the 40-yard 
dash, benched 345 and squatted 455 pounds in off-season 
testing. 



2003 (Junior): Saw action in 1 1 games (starting one), miss- 
ing two with an injured ankle suffered before the Georgia 
Tech game ... came on strong at the end of the season ... 
fourth on the team with 1 7 receptions for 3 1 yards and a 
touchdown ... (at WFUj ... notched two receptions for 46 
yards ... first catch of the game came on an inside slant route 
for a gain of 15 yards in the first quarter ... had a 3 1 -yard 
reception in the third quarter on an inside post route ... added 
seven rushing yards on an option run to the right side in the 
third quarter . (at NCSUj ... had the second memorable game 
of his career at NCSU, finishing with four receptions for 1 14 
yards which are both career-highs ... returned one punt for 
5 1 yards . 42-yard reception in the fourth quarter came on a 
slant route, avoiding two defenders after the catch to pick up 
an additional 1 5 yards on the play ... on the play before, he 
had a key block that allowed Josh Allen to go 28 yards on 
first-and-21 from the Maryland II... the plays were the two 
biggest in the Terps' drive that pulled them to within a point 
... /vs. UVaj ... took an option run from Scott McBrien up the 
left sideline for a gain of 1 5 yards in the second quarter ... /vs. 
Dukej ... took a pitch from Scott McBrien in the second quar- 
ter and utilized his speed to gain 29 yards up the sideline ... 
finished with two receptions for 22 yards ... /vs. CUj... caught 
his first touchdown of the season in the second quarter as he 
broke free of his defender in the corner of the end zone for 

1 yards . (vs. The Grade// . . caught a pass up the middle 
for 35 yards in the second quarter, his longest reception of 
the night . finished with two receptions for 46 yards ... re- 
turned two punts for 30 yards 

2002 (Sophomore): Played in all 14 games, finishing with 

1 1 receptions for 1 62 yards and one touchdown . . . also re- 
turned one punt (zero yards| and three kicks (36 yards) while 

rushing nine times for 42 
yards ...[vs. WFU]... 
Ill kV had a season-high 

three receptions 
for 47 yards 
made 
his first 
career 
touch- 
down re- 
ception on an 11- 
yard pass in the sec- 
ond quarter... had a 
season-long 31 yard 
reception in the sec- 
ond quarter ... [at 
UNQ... had three car- 
ries for 13 yards ... (at 
WVU] ...had one catch 
for 21 yards in the first 
quarter to help set up 
Scott McBnens touchdown 
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 sec- 
ond half ... (vs. FSUj ... had two re- 
ceptions for 40 yards ... his 26-yard re- 
ception in the third quarter was the Terps' 
second-longest pass play of the day. 

2001 (Freshman): Appeared in all 1 1 regular season games 
and the Orange Bowl . . . had 11 receptions for 1 56 yards . . . 
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yards ... one of four true freshmen to see playing time... top 
offensive contributor among the team's true freshmen ... 
played more as the year progressed ... finished 64th in Divi- 
sion l-A in kickoff returns with a 22.1 average ... jvs. NCSUj 
... had career-highs in receptions (three) and receiving yards 
(80| ... the 80 yards receiving led the team ... caught a pass 
over the middle for a career-long 64 yards before he was 
stripped at the goal line ... also returned five kickoffs for 1 23 
yards and handled the punt return duties for the first time ... 
jvs. Duke) ... 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 ... jvs. GTj ... had just 
two catches for 23 yards, but had the game's most important 
reception with his 1 7-yard grab that set up the game-tying 
field goal at the end of regulation ... the 1 7-yard catch was, 
at that time, the longest of his career ... jvs. UNCI „ made 
his first career reception (seven yards). 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and 1 999 graduate 
of Newark (Del.) High School ... a four-year varsity starter 
who rushed for 3. 1 88 yards in his career while helping New- 
ark High to a Delaware record four consecutive appearances 
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- 
time 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 USA Today All-American ... 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 consecutive state title in '98 ... played on teams that 
compiled an aggregate record of 43-5 and played in the state 
championship game all four 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 16, 1980 
... son of Kim and Wayne Parson ... majoring in family stud- 
ies. 



Rec eivinq fi- CS Rec Yds Avq TD Long 



2001 


11-0 


11 


156 


14.2 





64 


2002 


14-0 


11 


162 


14.7 


1 


31 


2003 


11-1 


17 


310 


18.2 


1 


42 


Career 


36-1 


39 


628 


16.1 


1 


64 



Kickoff Ret. 



<rGS Ret Yds Avq TD Long 



2001 



1 1-0 



17 375 22.1 



29 



2002 



14-0 



36 12,0 



20 



2003 



11-1 



1 



19 



190 



Career 



36-1 21 430 20.S 



29 



Punt Ret. 



&GS Ret Yds Avg TD Long 



2001 



1 1-0 



25 



5.0 



12 



2002 



14-0 



0.0 



2003 



11-1 



31 



27 



Career 



36-1 



9 106 11.8 



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Punter 



5-11 -199 -So.- IV 



Pittsford. N.Y. 



(Pittsford Sutherl and HS) 



On Podlesh: Sophomore who enters his second season as 
the Terps' starting punter ... was outstanding in his first sea- 
son on the job ... a Ray Guy Award semifinalist as a 
freshman ...a good athlete with a strong leg ... 
strength as a punter is in his consistency ... ex- «jr 
eels at placement and directional kicks . . also 
serves as the Terps' holder and can 
handle kickoff duties if needed ... 
posted a bench press of 340 pounds 
while squatting 435 and running an 
impressive 4.48 in the 40-yard dash 
on spring testing day ... 40 time 
and 308-pound power clean are 
both school records for a punter, 
while his bench press is second 
all-time and his strength index 
(633) third. 

2003 (Redshirt Freshman): Start 
ing punter for all 13 games ... a second 
team AII-ACC selection ... a Ray Guy Award 
semifinalist finished the regular season sec- 
ond in the ACC with a 42.3-yard average per punt, 
which was the fifth-best single-season mark in school history 
and best ever by a freshman ... fat WFUj ... averaged 37.8 
yards on four punts with two downed within the 20-yard line 
... had one punt downed within the 1 0-yard line ...jat NCSUI 
... averaged 46 yards on five punts .. . had one downed inside 
NC State's 20-yard line ... longest punt of the night went for 
57 yards in the first quarter ... jvs. UNCj ... averaged 38 5 
yards on his two punts of the game ... had one downed on 
North Carolina's 3-yard line in the fourth quarter ... his other 
punt of the game was fumbled and recovered by the Terps, 
as it hit a North Carolina player in the back on the Tar Heels' 
12-yard line ... jvs. Duke} ... had four punts for a 42.8-yard 
average ... longest of the night was 46 yards ... his last punt 
of the game was downed at Dukes 2-yard line ... jvs. CUf ... 
finished with seven punts for a 4 1 -yard average ... three of his 
punts were downed within the 20-yard line and two within 
the 10 ... had one downed on Clemsons 1-yard line in the 
fourth quarter . five of his seven punts were kicked into the 
wind ... jvs WVUj... only punt of the night traveled 58 yards 
and was downed at West Virginias 4-yard line . . . jvs. The Cita- 
del! ■ nis ° n, y Punt of the game was for 60 yards, and was 
downed within the 20-yard line ... forced two touchbacks on 
three kickoffs ... jat FSUj ... averaged 43.7 yards per kick on 



seven punts for 306 yards ... his longest kick of the night v. a 
52 yards ... had three punts downed within the 20-yard In-J 
... jat NIUj ...was outstanding in his first game at the cc'eM 
giate level, averaging 45.4 yards on his eight punts ... ha* 
four downed inside the 20-yard line and one inside the 1 .' 
his longest punt of the night was 63 yards, longest by a Terra 
in over two years. 

2002 |Freshman|: Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2002 graduaiej 
of Pittsford Sutherland High School (near Rochester, N.Y.) .1 
a three-year varsity starter who punted and kicked in addl 
tion to playing fullback and linebacker as a senior ... is arl 
outstanding student who was named first team all-state as M 
scholar-athlete by the New York coaches' association . earnec 
all-region honors from' SuperPrep and first team all-state hon> ( 
ors as a punter/kicker from the New York State Writers Asso- 
ciation in 200 1 after connecting on 4 of 6 field goal attempt! 
(including kicks of 47 and 37 yards) and punting for a 40.7 
yard average ... in addition, 86 
percent of his kickoffs re 
suited in touchbacks 
the versatile Podlesh alsc 
totaled 92 tackles, five 
sacks, 638 rushing yard: 
. and nine touchdown? 
while playing on both side 
of the ball ... was selected 
first team All-Greater Rochester 
by the Rochester Democrat & 
Chronicle and first team All-Mon- 
roe 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 Roch- 
ester and sixth team all-state for a Class ! -Sec- 
tion 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-win- 
ning 4x 1 00 relay team in 2000 . . . attended the 
same high school that produced former Terp de- 
fensive lineman Eric Calendme ... also recruited 
by Penn State, Syracuse, Michigan State, Wiscon- 
sin and Stanford ... high school coach was Scott 
Barker. 




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Personal: Adam Bailey Podlesh was born August 
1 1 , 1 983 .. son of Jack and Jean Podlesh ,. . majoi- 
ing in business and management ... last name is 
pronounced "POD-lush " 



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Wide Receiver 
5-11 *181 So.-RS 
Annapolis. Md. 
[Annapolis HS) 



On Powell: Sophomore receiver who has performed well in 
[pis short time with the Terps . . . walked-on last year . . works 

jrimanly as a slot receiver . . attended Anne Arundel Commu- 
nity College for a year before enrolling at Maryland 

2003 [Sophomore): Redshirt season. 

.High School: A one-year letterwinner at Annapolis High 
;School in Annapolis, Md transferred to Annapolis after 
^pending two years a a prep in Canada, playing football, rugby 
and volleyball , , , played tight end and linebacker in high school 
.. team posted a 9-3 record in 2002 , , , lettered in wrestling at 
4HS as well ... high school coach was Roy Brown, 

Personal: Gregory Dean Powell was born March 1 9, 1 984 in 
: Annapolis ... son of Dawn and Dean Powell ... uncle. Alan 
'Pastrana, played football for Maryland in the late '60s and for the 
.Denver Broncos .... cousin is professional motocross rider and X 
tGames gold medalist, Travis Pastrana ... a kinesiology major ... 



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 George's 4A League ... 
also was named first team All-Gazette and first team all-county 
by the Prince Georges Journal . named to the Washington, 
D.C., Pigskin Club All-Metro team ... second team all-county 
by the PO Journal as a junior a three-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 Haskins. 

Personal: Matthew Devon Powell was born January 1 9, 
1983 ... son of Yvonne and Michael Powell ... majoring in 
criminology and criminal justice 




Defensive End 
6-4 ♦ 246 • Fr-RS 



Richmond, Va. 



lists bull riding and tnathlons as activities he has participated in »■ £ Riffl HS) 




Offensive Tackle 



■6-3 ♦ 343 • Jr-SQ 



jFort Washington, Md. 



(Oxon Hill HS) 



On Powell: Offensive lineman who has spent time at both 
guard and tackle in his four years as a Terp ... spent last sea- 
son working at guard but is listed as a backup at left tackle 
■heading into fall camp. 

2002 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in six games 
made it in for 16 plays on the season, registering one "big 
block" along the way ... did not allow any sacks or have any 
missed assignments in limited action. 




ItillNTANCE 



On Powell: Second-year end who will work behind senior 
Kevin Eli in 2004 ... has good size and moves very well ... 
showed the ability to get to the guarterback in the spring 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season 

High School: A 2003 graduate of Lloyd C. Bird High School 
in Richmond, Va. ... three-year starter at defensive end ... 
played on teams that posted 1 wins each of his last three 
seasons, including a 27- 1 district record .... as a senior in 2002, 
he recorded 10.5 quarterback sacks, 38 pressures and more 
than 100 total tackles .. . voted second team all-state by Asso- 
ciated Press and the coaches' association of Virginia ... in addi- 
tion, he was named first team all-region, first team all-district, 
first team all-metro . . . named his team's defensive Most Valu- 
able Player ... L.C. Bird went 10-2, won the Dominion District 
championship and was runner-up of the Central Region (Div. 
6) ... Bird went 10-1 and won the Dominion District champi- 
onship 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 Powell was born October 15, 1984 ... son 
of John and Marion Powell . . . enrolled in the college of letters 
and sciences. 




Offensive Guard 
6-4 • 280 • So.-SQ 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



(Archbishop Ryan HS) 



On Quaintance: Third-year player who moved to the of- 
fensive side of the ball in the off-season ... lined up at right 
guard in the spring . spent his first two years as a defensive 
tackle ... primarily played on the scout team defense. 

2003 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in one game 
played against The Citadel but did not record any statistics 

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 gradu- 
ate of Archbishop Ryan High School in Philadelphia. Pa. ... 
started three years at defensive end while spending time at 
tight end and offensive guard as well ... led team in sacks 
with II in 2001 ... also caught four passes for 27 yards 
lone TD was the game-winner over arch-rival George Wash- 
ington (alma mater of Bruce Perry and Jafar Williams) in the 
season finale ... a first team all-state selection by the Associ- 
ated Press first team All-Catholic League and all-city by the 
Philadelphia Daily News ... second team All-Catholic League 
as a tight end and defensive lineman by the league's coaches 
listed as one of Pennsylvanias top 25 prospects by the 
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette an All-Northeast region selection 
by SuperPrep and an All-East region pick by PrepStar ... was 
also recruited by Penn State, Purdue, Virginia Tech, Notre 
Dame, Virginia and West Virginia ... high school coach was 
Glen Galeone. 

Personal: David Edmond Quaintance was born November 
7, 1 983 ,. son of Sallie and David Quaintance, Sr. ... major- 
ing in criminology and criminal justice ... was a human bas- 
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On Saha: Defensive back who walked-on in the spring ... 
will work with the defensive scout team. 

2003 |Freshman): Redshirt season 

High School: A 2002 graduate and three-year letterwinner 
at Richard Montgomery High School in Rockville, Md. . started 
at DB as a senior and earned the teams Best Defensive Back 
Award ... was an honorable mention selection on The Mont- 
gomery Journal's all-county team ... team posted an 1 1-1 
record in 2001 ... also lettered in basketball and track, help- 
ing the track team to the 4x1 00 regional title in 2002 ... high 
school coach was Mike Bonavic. 

Personal: Landry Saha was born May 24, 1 984 in Cameroon, 
Africa ... son of Rosaline and Daniel Saha ... an American 
studies major 



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Defensive End 
6-5 • 252 • Fr.-RS 

Piscataway, N.J. 
(Piscataway HS) 



On Savage: Second-year end who has the potential to con- 
tribute in the next few years ... has long arms and good size 
,.. will battle fellow redshirt Patrick Powell for playing time 
behind Kevin Eli. 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season 

High School: A 2003 graduate of Piscataway (NJ | 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 



147 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 Savage was born January 27, 1 985 ... son 
of Sally and Abdullah Savage . enrolled in the college of 
letters and sciences. 



his two years as a starter ... played offensive guard and Irti 
fensive end in his two years on JV ... an all-state selection a; | 
defenseman in lacrosse . . was also recruited by Virginia Tec 
and Illinois ... high school coach was Bob Windsor. 



Personal: Bradley William Schell was born January 12, 1 98' 
. . son of William and Jerri Schell . . . majoring in criminolo. 
and criminal justice ... interested in the fields of aviation ai 
aerospace as a career ... came to Maryland partially becaus 
of its close proximity to the Goddard Space Flight Center. 







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Center 
6-4 • 295 



Jr.-2V 



Perry. Pa. 



(Perry Area HS) 



Ti ght End 

6-5 • 247 • So-SQ 



Spencerville, Md. 



(Paint Branch HS) 



On Schell: Intelligent tight end seeking playing time in his 
third year in the program ... has added 3 1 pounds since arriv- 
ing in 2002 a good blocking tight end ... posted a 515- 
pound sguat in off-season testing, second-best among tight 
ends. 

2003 (Redshirt Freshman|: Saw action in two games 
did not record any statistics against The Citadel or in the Gator 
Bowl . . was offensive scout team player of the week for his 
work in practice the week of the Georgia Tech game. 

2002 (Freshman]: Redshirt season. 

High School: A two-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of Paint Branch High School in Burtonsville, Md. ... a two- 
year starter at tight end ... caught 30 passes for 486 yards 
and one touchdown as a senior ... top game was a six-catch, 
98-yard, one-touchdown effort against Spnngbrook ... had 
21 receptions for 342 yards and three TDs as a junior ... 
timed at 4.69 in the 40 and bench pressed 185 pounds 18 
times at the 200 1 Maryland High School Combine ... a first 
team all-state selection by the Associated Press as a senior 
... also earned first team All-Met {Washington Post) and all- 
county \PGJournalan6 Gazette newspapers) honors in 2001 
... was a second team alkounty pick as a junior ... a Mid- 
Atlantic all-region selection by SuperPrep who was 
dubbed the 1 3th-best player in the region by the pub- 
lication . . .rated the No. 3 tight end and an All-Atlan- 
tic region choice of PrepStar ... team went 16-4 in 



On Schmitt: Starting center who had his best year as a Tero] 
in 2003 . firmly entrenched as a starter at center, but has the I 
versatility to play elsewhere should the team need to go in J 
that direction ... was the teams top lineman a year ago ... a 
postseason honors candidate who has been on the Rimmgton 
Award (nations best center) Watch List the last two years 
an intelligent, tough player with guick feet ... has seen action I 
in 35 career games, starting 15 ... an Iron Terp the last two 
years who posted a 640-pound sguat and 365-pound bench 
in off-season testing. 

2003 (Junior): Started all 13 games at center 
.. an honorable mention AII-ACC pick ... "W 

Marylands highest-graded lineman fin- m lnL\ 

ished the year with 29 "big blocks," 
just two penalties and tffl 

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ients in a team-high 770 plays ... {Gator Bowl vs. WVU) . 
it) the highest grade among starters f I -37) while leading 
'ie team with three "big blocks" ..."(vs. UVa) ... notched three 
ng blocks" with no missed assignments on a team-high 69 
tensive plays ... Terps' highest-graded offensive lineman ... 
i UNQ ... had two "big blocks" ... team's second-highest 
aded offensive lineman ... {vs. CU) .. Terps' highest-graded 
leman ... recorded one big block" on 72 plays .."{at EMU) 
second-highest graded lineman ... recorded two "big blocks' 
■ith no missed assignments ... {vs. WVU) ... team's highest- 
faded offensive lineman ... his season-high tying four "big 
locks' was the second-highest total for Terp linemen ... had 
; o missed assignments on 60 plays ..."{vs. The Citadel) ... 
osted four "big blocks" on 59 plays ...'{at FSU) ... was the 
■am's highest-graded offensive lineman . . . recorded one "big 
lock' ... "{at NIU) ... had a team-high two "big blocks" ... high- 
it-graded offensive lineman. 

002 (Sophomore): Saw action in 1 1 games, starting two 

I missed three games due to complications related to a 
tirtger" suffered in the Georgia Tech game ... had the third- 
ighest composite grade for the season among offensive line 
I ten ... was not called for a penalty in 246 plays [vs.GT] 
Jrew first career start at center . . . third-highest graded line- 
lan . had two "big blocks." no penalties and no missed 
ssignmentsm 79 plays ... (vs. EMU] ... third-highest graded 
ieman ... three "big blocks." 

001 (Redshirt Freshman): Appeared in all 1 1 games 
nd the Orange Bowl ...the team's top reserve on the offen- 
i f, ve line. 

000 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

ligh School: A 2000 graduate of Derry Area Senior High 
chool in Latrobe. Pa rated one of the top five linemen in 
ie state of Pennsylvania by the Big 33 Coaches Association 
' capped his senior season by earning first team all-state hon- 
1 rs from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ...a PrepStar All-Amen- 
lan and an all-region choice by SuperPrep ... nominated to 
■lay in the Big 33 All-Star game ... was a two-time first team 
Jl-Greater Alleghany Conference selection as an offensive 
]l sckle ... two-way varsity starter for three seasons . . entered 

Iiis senior season as a preseason All-American by Street & 
miths ... also played basketball ... high school coach was 
ireg Dorn. 

'ersonal: Kyle Edward Schmitt was born August 12. 1981 
son of Edward and Christine Schmitt . majoring in educa- 
on and history ... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000 and 
1001. 




Nose Tackle 
6-2*271 Sr.-1V 
Baltimore, Md. 



(Kenwood HS) 

On Scott: Player who walked on in the middle of 200 1 and 
has shown steady improvement since joining the program 
a hard-working player who will see playing time his senior 
year at defensive tackle has put on 35 pounds in the last 
two years . . started his tenure at Maryland at fullback but 
moved to defensive end his junior year. 

2003 (Junior): Played in nine games with no starts ... fin- 
ished the season with 1 4 tackles (eight solo), three tackles for 
loss and a sack ... |vs. WVU] . recorded a career-high four 
tackles (one solo) ... \vs UNQ . had a solid game, posting 
three tackles (two unassisted) and his first career sack for a 
loss of seven yards. 

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



2001 (Freshman): Did not see any game action . 
primarily at fullback with the offensive scout team. 



worked 



High School: A three-year letterwinner and 2000 graduate 
of Kenwood High School in Baltimore ... team captain and a 
second-team all-county selection as a defensive lineman in 
1 999 . . . posted 65 tackles and 1 sacks as a senior . . had 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- 
joring 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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Sacks 


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2002 1-0 0/0.0 0.0-0 


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2003 9-0 6 8 14/1.6 3.0-13 


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Linebacker 
6-2 • 236 • So.-SQ 
Eldersburg, Md. 
(Liberty HS) 



On Smith: Linebacker who worked primarily with the scout 
team in his first two years with the team but will get an ex- 
tended look at strong-side linebacker this spring ... compet- 
ing with fellow walk-on David Holloway at the position 
played very well in the spring, showing good instincts. 

2003 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in one game (The Cita- 
del) . . productive in his short time on the field, registering a 
pair of tackles (one solo). 

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 graduate of 
Liberty High School ... was a two-time All-Carroll County se- 
lection ... as a senior in 2001, he led his team with 1 12 total 
tackles, including 75 unassisted stops, despite missing time 
with an injury in the first part of the season he was a sec- 
ond team All-Central Maryland Conference selection . . played 
linebacker as a senior after playing defensive end as a sopho- 
more and junior ... also played basketball. 

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



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(Westlake HS) 




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 an injury . . . also had 
four sacks, two fumble recoveries and blocked one punt . 
captured second team all-state honors as a linebacker from 
the Associated Press as a senior in 2000 ... was named to 
SuperPreps all-region team . . . named first team All-Southern 
Maryland Athletic Conference as a senior . . . finished his ca- 
reer as the school's 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, 1983 ... 
son of Karen and Dan Smith , nickname is "Mo" . . majoring 
in criminology and criminal justice ... high school teammate 
of former Terp Randy Starks. 



On Smith: Former linebacker who 
is competing at fullback this year 
... last season was his 
first full year at the 
position ... a I 
regular on spe- 
cial teams ... 
works on kickoff 
and punt cover- 
age teams . an 
Iron Terp with the 
team's ninth-best 
strength index .. 
posted 605-pound 
squat, 385-pound 
bench and 36 1/2-inch 
vertical jump in spring 
testing 

2003 [Junior): 

Played in all but one 
game, starting two ... 
had one carry for six 
yards and two recep- 
tions for 25 yards 
...'{vs. CUI ... had 
his first career rush- 
ing attempt in the second quarter, a 6-yard burst up the middle 
... fvs. WVUj... started at fullback in place of the injured Bernie 
Fiddler ... recorded a career-long 18-yard reception up the 
right side in the fourth quarter had the key block on Josh 
Aliens rushing touchdown in the second quarter ... had a 
huge block in the first quarter, allowing Scott McBrien time to 
scramble and connect with Latrez Harrison on a 34-yard pass 
... (at FSUj ... his first career reception came in the third quar- 
ter for a gam of seven yards. 

2002 (Sophomore): Played in all 14 games, seeing the 
majority of his time on special teams ... finished the season 
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. 

2001 |Freshman|: Saw action in 10 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. 



Rushing GGS Att. Gain Lost 


Net Avq TD LP 


2003 


12-2 1 6 


6 6.0 6 


Career 


36-2 1 6 


6 6.0 6 


Receiving 






&CJ Ret Yds 


Avq TD Long 


2003 


12-2 2 25 


12.5 18 


Career 


36-2 2 25 


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6-1 «212 «So.-1V 



Cha tsw orth. Ga. 
(Murray County HS) 



On Statham: Leading candidate to start at quarterback head- 
ing into fall camp ... showed the most promise in the spring 
... knowledge of the offense has improved dramatically since 
last season ... has shown flashes in his short time in College 
Park ... has a strong, accurate arm ... showed toughness in 
the face of adversity in his lone experience leading the first- 
teamers at Georgia Tech . . . an athletic quarterback who runs 
the option well. 

2003 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in six games ... most 
significant action came as McBrien's replacement at Georgia 
Tech ... finished the season 12-of-25 for 156 yards and one 
interception ... [vs. UNQ ... completed one of his two passing 
attempts ... pass was an 1 1 -yard completion to Vernon Davis 
in the fourth quarter ... [at GT) ... came in during the second 
quarter to replace the injured Scott McBrien . finished 1 1 -of- 



23 for 145 yards with one interception ... hung tough in t 
face of a relentless pass rush all game ... longest comple i 
of the night was a 35-yard pass to Steve Suter on a crosnifl 
route in the middle of the field. 

2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and 2002 gradua 
of Murray County High School in Chatsworth, Ga. ... led t 
high school to more victories (19) in a two-year period th; 
any other QB in school history ... rushed for more than 1 , 
yards as a senior ... as a senior in 200 1 , he accounted for 
touchdowns (nine rushing, nine passing) while throwing f 
890 yards and rushing for 820 yards ... was a SuperPrep ; 
region choice in addition to being selected to the prestigioi 
Georgia-Florida All-Star game (top 35 players from each stat 
... also was selected All-North Georgia by the Chattanoot 
News Free-Press and all-area by the Dalton Daily Gtizen-Nei 
... selected his team's Player of the Year after helping gin 
his team to a 9-3 record and the second round of the Class 
A playoffs ... as ajunior in 2000. he rushed for 1,074 yarc 
and 13 touchdowns while passing for 882 yards and 1 1 T[ 
... set a school record (broken later in the season by a teari 
mate) when he rushed for 2 1 7 yards in a game vs. Southea 
Whitfield High ... was selected his team MVP as ajunior . 
was his team's starting receiver as a sophomore and the tearr 
four-year starting punter ... showed a glimpse of his abili 
early in his career when he recorded the longest run frc 
scrimmage in school his- tory as a freshman, going 9 
yards for a touchdown 
vs. Ringgold High 
School ... also played 
basketball and baseball 
... led his basketball 
team in scoring as a 
junior and senior ... a 
pitcher/outfielder for 
the baseball team . . . also 
recruited by Auburn, 
Wake Forest, Western 
Michigan, 
Middle Ten- 
nessee and 
Georgia ... 
high school 
coach was Bill Napier 

Personal: Joel Keith 
Statham was born 
April 23, 1984 ... 
son of Mark 
Statham and 
Denise Bartley I 
... majoring in 
family studies... 
last name is pro- 
n o u n c e d 
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Manchester, Md. 



North Carroll HS) 

in Suter: Player who burst onto the scene in 2002, giving 
,-ie Terps a breakaway threat in the return game and at re- 
aver . an All-America candidate as a return man ... a two- 
^me first team AII-ACC performer ... a speedy receiver with 
.ood hands who moved from the slot to start l games out- 
,de in 2003 ...is Marylands career punt return leader and 
nters the season just 84 yards from breaking the ACC mark 
tNC States Ledel George |l. 19! from 1990-93) ... could set 
le NCAA record, currently held by Vanderbilt's Lee Nalley 
1 947-49|, with 508 more yards ... needs one punt return for 
touchdown to tie and two to break the NCAA career record 
urrently owned by three players ... slight, but is one of the 
west and strongest players |pound-for-pound| on the team 
I . a 2003 Iron Terp who owns Marylands all-time records for 
ride receivers with a 768 strength index, a 580-pound squat, 
42-inch vertical jump and a 352-pound clean ... also timed 
1 4.35 in the 40-yard dash ... did not test in spring of 2004 as 
■e recovered from knee surgery ... will be completely recov- 
red by the start of fall camp. 

003 (Juniorj: Played in 12 games, starting 10 at wide 
server ... a first team AII-ACC pick as a specialist ... ranked 
)urth in the ACC with 9 yards per punt return and tied for 
ie league lead with two returns for touchdowns ... sixth in 
le ACC with a kick return average of 23 4 yards per attempt. . 
econd on the team with 29 receptions and 47 1 receiving 
ards and a TD ... played the majority of the season with a 
iteral meniscus tear in his left knee . . . {Gator Bowl vs. WVU] 
had a huge game, leading the team in receptions with four 
jr 84 yards, while returning a punt 76 yards for the team's 
lird score of the day . . punt return came at the beginning of 
ie second quarter as he made tacklers miss before finding 
lis way down the right sideline ... had the catch of the day 
nd the No. 1 "Play of the Day" on ESPN'SportsCenreras he 
^ent up over a defender, tipped the ball and then came down 
flth it as he was falling to the turf, a 43-yard effort in the 
lird quarter ... [vs. UNQ ... finished with four receptions to- 
lling 72 yards ... longest reception of the night went for 30 
ards on a crossing route in the first quarter ... gained 67 
ards on his only kickoff return of the game as he weaved his 
vay up the field dodging defenders along the way ... return 
vas the longest of his career ... [at 67) ... led the Terps with 
Dur receptions for 60 yards ... longest catch of the night |34 
ardsl came on in the third quarter as he made a leaping 
irab in the middle of the field and held onto the ball as he 
vas hit hard in mid-air ... [vs. Duke] ... finished with four re- 
eptions totaling 48 yards . . showed off his good hands when 
eaching out and grabbing an underthrown pass on a quick 




out in the first quarter for a gain of six yards . . |w. CU] ... 
recorded his first receiving touchdown of the season in the 
first quarter . . . showed great body control on the touchdown, 
as he made a leaping grab and the spun off his defender for 
the 25-yard play ... used his speed on an end-around rush for 
24 yards up the left sideline in the second quarter ... finished 
with three receptions for 42 yards and one rushing attempt 
for 24 yards ... [at EMU\ ... finished with a team-leading four 
receptions for 84 yards, all of which came before 
halftime . .. had a season-long 45-yard reception, 
setting up a Nick Novak field goal with six sec- 
onds left in the first half ... [vs. WVU] ..re- 
turned six punts for a total of 42 yards, 
giving him the record for most 
punt return yards in a career 
all-time at Maryland with 922 
... (vs. The Citadel] ... broke 
two tackles on his way to a 
75-yard touchdown on his 
first punt return of the game 
. . . added his first reception of 
the season for six yards. 

2002 (Sophomore): Saw 

action in all 1 4 games, start- 
ing one . . . was the Terps' first- 
string slot receiver and drew a 
start at the X" spot in the Peach 
Bowl ... named second teamAII- 
Amencan by The Sporting News 
and CNNSI.com ... honorable 
mention All-America by College 
Football News ... first team AII-ACC 
selection as 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 21st in the na- 
tion in kickoff returns (24.8), 23rd in punt returns |13.8| 
and 45th in all-purpose yards ( 1 2 1 .6) ... led the ACC in punt 
returns, was second in kick returns and third in all-purpose 
yards per game ... caught 1 7 passes for 303 yards and two 
TDs while rushing for 82 yards on five carries with one TD . . . 
averaged 17.0 yards per touch (returns, rushes and recep- 
tions combined) ... {Peach Bowl w. 1/7) ... drew first career 
start at wide receiver . . . most memorable play was a 79-yard 
punt return in the fourth quarter that was one defender from 
paydirt ... [at UVa) ... had a career-high 101 kickoff return 
yards on five attempts... [atCU] ... had two receptions for 24 
yards ...gained 98 yards on three kickoff returns, including a 
long of 46 yards in the second quarter ... (vs. NCSU] ... 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 carry 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 ... {at 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 to break the single-season ACC record for total 
punt yardage, previously 5 1 5 yards, held by Kelly Rhino of GT 
... [at Duke] ... 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 returns to break 
the single-season Maryland record for punt return yards in a 
season set by Bob Smith in 1973 (420) ... (vs. GT] ... made a 
bone-jarring tackle on GT's fake-punt attempt in the first quar- 
ter ... {at WVU] ... had a season-best 1 76 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 
1 42 yards on eight punt returns, missing a Maryland record 
by six yards ... [vs. Wofford] ... 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 91-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 ... [vs. Akron] ... had the 17th punt 
return for touchdown in Terps' history - and the 
first of his career — on his 8 1 -yard scamper in 
the second quarter ... finished with 1 12 yards 
on four returns ... [vs. Notre Dame] ... attempted 
to breathe life into the Terps with a 5 1 -yard kickoff 
return in the third quarter. 

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



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2000 |Freshman): Redshirt season 

High School: Graduated in 2000 from North 

Carroll High School in Hampstead, Md. ... was 

named honorable mention All-Amencan 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 

touchdowns as a senior in 1999 ... 

ranked eighth in the state in rushing ... 

also caught 1 9 passes for 277 yards and 

two touchdowns ... high school coach 

was Bill Rumbaugh. 



Personal: Steven George Suter 

was born June 26, 1 982 ... son of 

Lynn and George Suter ... earned his degree in criminology 

and criminal justice... a Maryland scholar-athlete in 2000, 2001 

and 2002. 



Caveev 

Referring 


CCS Ret. Yds. 


Avg. 


TD Long 


2001 


44 








0.0 





2002 


14-1 


17 


303 


17.8 


2 91 


2003 


12-10 


29 


471 


16.2 


1 45 


Career 


30-11 


46 


774 


16.8 


3 91 


Kickoff Ret 


C-GS 


Ret. 


Yds. 


Avq. 


TD Long 


2001 


40 








0.0 





2002 


14-1 


22 


546 


24.8 


58 


2003 


12-10 


15 


351 


23.4 


67 


Career 


30-11 


37 


897 


24.2 


67 


Punt Ret 


C-CS 


Ret. 


Yds. 






Avq. 


TD Long 


2001 


44 


1 


3 


3.0 


3 


2002 


14-1 


56 






4 81 






2003 


12-10 


37 


334 


9.0 


2 76 


Career 


30-11 


94 1.108 


11.8 


6 81 





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Wide R eceiver 
5-9*1 67 «Jr.-2V 



Carrollton. Texas 



(Creekwiew HS) 



On Walker: Speedy receiver whose offensive contributions 
have increased with each season ... one 
of the quickest players on the team 
has the stop/start ability that few play- 
ers possess ... can return kicks and 
punts ... has good hands and 
has shown the ability to 
catch the ball over the 
middle ... is surprisingly 
physical and runs well after 
the catch ... lined up in the 
slot the last two years but 
will work outside this year . . . 
an Iron Terp with a 34 1/2- 
inch vertical jump, 4.46 
time in the 40 and a 290- 
pound bench. 

2003 (Sophomore): 

Saw action in all 1 3 games 
third on the team with 23 receptions for 324 I 
yards and three touchdowns also had four 
carries four 1 1 yards, returned six kicks for 1 35 
yards and nine punts for 122 yards ... /Gator 
Bowl vs. WVUj ... had three receptions for 5 1 
yards and a touchdown ... TD was a 14-yard 
effort and the final score of the day . . . /at NCSUj 
... finished with a career-high six receptions total- 
ing 57 yards and one touchdown ... touchdown came 
midway through the fourth quarter and pulled the Terps 
within a touchdown ... /vs. UNCj ... recorded a career-high 
99 receiving yards on three catches ... scored his first career 
touchdown in the second quarter on a 67-yard reception that 
came on a slant pass from Scott McBrien ... reception was the 
longest of his career ... /vs. Dukej ... lone reception of the 
game came on a 23-yard crossing route in the fourth quarter 
. . /vs WVU) ... had a then career-long 24-yard reception, show- 
ing his speed on a crossing route in the middle of the field 
during the second quarter ... finished with two receptions for 
33 yards ... /vs. The Citadel) ... returned three punts for a 
career-high 69 yards ... his longest punt return of the season 
came in the first quarter, as he evaded several Bulldog de- 
fenders to gain 36 yards ... finished with two receptions ... /at 
FSUI ... led the Terps in receptions with four as well as receiv- 
ing yards with 4 1 ... his four receptions and 4 1 receiving yards 
are both career-highs ... his longest reception of the night (22 
yards) came in the first quarter on a play-action pass from 




Scott McBrien ... fatNIUj ... returned six punts for 53 yards in 
his first game as the Terps' return man . . . longest punt return 
of the night was 16 yards ... had four kick returns for 97 
yards. 

2002 (Freshman): Saw action in 10 games ... had four 
receptions for 55 yards . . . also rushed three times for 1 7 yards 
. . . [Peach Bowl vs. 1/7) ... had two receptions for 27 yards .. . 
had nice runs after both catches... (vs. GT) ... 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 first career reception for six 
yards ... (vs. Notre Dame) ... saw action on kick returns in his 
first collegiate game. 

High School: A two-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of Creekview High School in 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 1 1 2 total tack- 
les, five interceptions, seven pass breakups and three fumble 
recoveries ...as a junior, totaled 1 1 1 tackles, six interceptions 
and had five returns for touchdowns (three interceptions, 
one punt and one kickoff) ... was a two-time first team 
unanimous all-district choice ... as a senior, was named 
second team All-Metroplex (Dallas-Forth Worth area) . . . 
selected to the Dallas-Fort Worth Coca-Cola All-Star 
game following his senior season . . . helped his 
high school, which had been in existence 
only two years, to a combined 
record of 1 5-6 in the states high 
est classification, including an 8- 
3 mark and a spot in the dis- 
trict playoffs in 2001 ... had a 
22-tackle effort in a game vs. 
R.L Turner 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, 1 983 
... son of Barbara Walker and Louis 
McDonald ... majoring in crimi- 
nology and criminal justice. 



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Wide Receiver 



6-3 • 202 • So- IV 



Georgetown, Pel. 



(Sussex Central HS) 

On Weatherly: Second-year player who saw limited actic 
in 2003 but could be 
player to watch in ye; 
» two ... has the comt 
nation of size an 
that few coll 
giate receive 
possess ... 
intelligen 
coachabl 
player ... at 
3, ran a 4,5, 
the 40-yard das. 
in spring testin 
and posted a 3 
1/2-inch vertici 
jump. 



speed : 



\ 




■ 



Receiving 


GGS Ret Yds 


Avg 


TD Long 








55 


138 


22 


2002 


10-0 


4 


2003 


M-0 


21 


324 


14.1 


3 45 


Career 


23-0 


27 


379 


14.0 


3 45 




Kickoff Ret. 


G-CS 


Ret. 


Yds. 


Avq. 


TD Long 


2002 


10-0 


3 


69 


23 


28 


200 ! 


13-0 


6 


13', 


22.5 


28 


Career 


23-0 


9 


204 


22.7 


28 












TD Long 


Punt Ret. 


C-CS 


Ret. 


Yds. 


Avq. 


2002 










0.0 


- 


7003 


130 


9 


122 


13.6 


36 


Career 


23-0 


9 


122 


13.6 


36 



2003 (Freshman): Saw the field a 
a reserve, playing in four games 
one of five true freshmen to pla 
in as many as four games ... fir 
. ished with one carry for one yar 
... [vs. Duke) ... recorded his firsl 
career rushing attempt as he tool 
an end-around from Joel Statham in thl 
fourth quarter for a gain of one yard ... {vs. wVll 
. saw significant playing time at WR in his first actio| 
at the collegiate level ... recorded no statistics 

High School: A 2003 graduate of Sussex Central Hicll 
School in Georgetown, Del. ... a three-year starter at bo:l| 
wide receiver and free safety ... had 24 receptions for 4 1 J 
yards with six touchdowns as a senior . . . also had three rusT 
ing touchdowns and one kickoff return for a TD despite missj 
ing a game-and-a-half with a high ankle sprain ... posted i 
career-high four interceptions in 2002 ... had a breakout ju i 
ior season in which he caught 26 passes for 585 yards ar J 
nine touchdowns while rushing for another 300 yards arrf 
three TDs ... returned four kicks for touchdowns as a juni i 
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 all-conference 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 mac^ 
the playoffs all three years he was a starter but had nevti 



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iade it prior to his arrival ... also competed in basketball ... 
i/as also recruited by Iowa. Oregon, Virginia Tech and Penn 
Itate ... high school coach was John Wells. 

I 

'ersonal: Andrew Weatherly was born April 28. 1 984 
on of Andrew Brown and Margarette Weatherly ... enrolled 
i the college of letters and sciences. 



Receiving G-fiJ Sec. Yds. 


Avg. 


TD Long 


;003 4-0 


0.0 


- 


OAV~V^/<C<" 







IAMS 




Wide Receiver 
i-2 • 201 « Sr.-3V 



Huntington Station, N.Y. 
Huntington HS) 



)n Williams: Fifth-year senior who has been the Terps' ver- 
sion of a utility player the last few years ... started at safety 
Sefore switching to linebacker and then back again last year 
I. is now in his second year lining up at receiver and will get 
■i good look in the slot ... a big receiver with good hands . 

las excelled on special teams in his first three years ... is the 
jeams top threat to block a punt or kick . . has blocked three 
punts and one kick in his career ... has good speed and leap- 
hg ability .an Iron Terp with a 345-pound bench press, a 38 

/2-inch vertical jump and a time of 4.46 in the 40-yard dash. 

!003 [Junior): Played in all 13 games with the bulk of his 
jvork coming on special teams ..had two of the Terps' three 
blocked kicks on the season ... had one reception for 1 6 yards 
I. was offensive scout team Player of the Week for his work 
leading up to the Clemson game ... fat WFUI ... blocked a 
iunt in the fourth quarter ... /vs. WVUj ... finished with three 
,ackles |one solo) ... had a key stop on special teams during 
jhe third quarter, forcing a Mountaineers' drive to begin at 
'heir own 14-yard line ... (vs The Citadel) ... made his first 
; areer reception in the fourth quarter for 35 yards far NIUj 
3 .. blocked a 43-yard field goal attempt with one second left 
h the fourth quarter, forcing the game into overtime ... also 
}iad one solo tackle on special teams. 



!002 |Sophomore): Saw action in 12 games, working pri- 
Inanly on special teams ... recorded eight tackles (six solo), 
j>ne interception and one pass breakup ... (vs. WFU] ... got 
Us hand on a Wake punt, deflecting it for short yardage and 
jnproved Maryland field position ... (vs. EMU\ ... made his 
•irst career interception in the fourth quarter . . . return of seven 
j'ards on the play ... also registered a pass breakup and as- 
listed tackle ... {vs. Akron) ... had three solo tackles on special 
earns . . . named defensive scout team Player of the Week for 
iiis work in practice the week of the Wofford game. 



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

2000 (Freshman): Redshirt season 

High School: A 2000 graduate of Huntington High School 
in Huntington Station, N.Y. was an all-state selection as a 
senior in 1 999 after accounting for 2, 1 86 all-purpose yards 
and scoring 20 touchdowns ... as a cornerback, he totaled 
71 tackles (52 solos), eight interceptions and 23 pass break- 
ups ... as a tailback, he rushed 1 10 times for 1,262 yards 
(115 average) ... in addition to being named all-state, he 



also was selected All-Long Island, All-Suffolk County and All- 
Division III . . . he was a finalist for the Hansen Award in Suffolk 
County . high school coach was Steve Muller. 

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



Receiving 










G-GS Rec. Yds. 


Avg^ 

0.0 


TD 



Long 




2001 




8-0 


2002 




12-0 


0.0 








2003 




i -» n i i / 


, , - 


- 


16 











Career 




33-0 1 16 


16.0 





16 


Defense 


G-GS 








Int 


UT AT TT/Avq 


TFL 


Sucks 


2001 


8 


5 3 8/1.0 


0.0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


2002 


12-0 


6 / 8/0 7 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 


1-7 


2003 


13-0 


5 4 9/0 7 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 


Career 


33-0 


16 9 25/0.8 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 


1-7 






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Upper Marlboro, Md. 
(DeMatha HS) 



On Wilson: Young corner who performed well in the spring 
and could play at either cornerback position ... an intelligent 
player with good speed and guickness and one-on-one cover 
skills ... ran the second-fastest 40-yard dash in offseason test- 
ing, clocking in at 4.35 while recording a 37 1/2-inch vertical 
jump ... 40 time is third-best ever recorded by a Maryland 
defensive back. 

2003 (Freshman): Saw action in 1 1 games, third-most 
among true freshmen . . . finished the season with two solo 
tackles ... both tackles came against The Citadel. 

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 returning kickoffs and 
punts ... as a senior in 2002, was named first team all-state, 
first team All-Met, first team All-WCAC and first team All-Prince 
George's County .., also was named to George Michael's 
"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, IMC State and South Carolina ... high school coach was 
Bill McGregor. 

Personal: Joshua Wilson was born March II, 1985 ... son 
of Valanda and Timothy Wilson . . his father lettered as a full- 
back in football at Maryland from 1 974-76 [the Terps won 
ACC titles all three years] ... enrolled in the college of letters 
and sciences. 



(Piinbar HS) 



Defense C-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks Int 



2003 



2 2/0.2 0.0-0 0,0-0 Q-Q 



On Wimbush: Hard-hitting safety who enters fall as the 
backup at strong safety ... a highly-touted recruit two years 
ago who worked primarily on the scout team last year ... a 
very sure tackier and one of the most physical players on the 
defensive side of the ball 

2003 (Redshirt Freshman| 

Played in three games ... did 
not record any statistics. 

2002 (Freshman|: 

Redshirt season ..J 
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 Washing- 
ton, D.C. ... in his three- 
year career at DHS, he to- ' 
taled 20 interceptions, I c , 
tackles and 12 caused 
fumbles ... named The 
Washington Post Defen- 
sive 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 defensive back in the coun- 
try and fifth-best player overall in the Mid-Atlantic Region by 
SuperPrep ... team went 9-3 and won its third straight DCIAA 
championship in 2000 ... was a preseason Mid-Atlantic all- 
region choice by PrepStar ... named to George Michael's 
"Golden 1 1 ' All-Star team as a senior , , . totaled more than 1 00 
tackles, nine interceptions and 1 pass breakups as a junior in 
capturing All-Met and all-league recognition ... was also re- 
cruited by Pittsburgh and Michigan State ... high school coach 
was Craig Jeffenes. 

Personal: Marcus Joseph Wimbush was born November I , 
1 982 . . . son of Jacqueline and Jessie Smith . . . enrolled in the 
college of letters and sciences. 



(Thomas Jefferson HS) 




On Woods: Second-year player who is working at left guar 
after redshirtmg last season ... has physically recovered fror 
a knee injury suffered his senior year of high school, a seaso 
he entered as one of the most highly touted prep linemen i 
the nation ... has flashes where he looks like he is on his w< 
to becoming a very good lineman ... a very smart footb. 
player. 

2003 [Freshman): Redshirt season ... offensive scout tear 
player of the week for his work leading up to the Easter 
Michigan game ... joined the team at the Peach Bowl at tft 
close of 2002, as he graduated from high school early. 

High School: Afall 2002 graduate of Thomas Jefferson Hig 
School in Tampa, Fla. ... a four-year starter at offensive an 
defensive tackle .. played his first two years at Pasco Hig 
k School in Dade City, Fla. ... tore the anterior crucial 
ligament in his knee in practice prior to the sixth gam 
of his senior season, but still managed first team all-stat 
' honors in class 4A . . . returned a fumble for a touchdow 
as a freshman defensive tackle at Pasco ... was a secon 
team All-Gridiron pick which is the all-state team in Florid 
that encompasses all players, regardless of their school 
classification ... a PrepStar and SuperPrep All-America 
. first team all-county by the Tampa Tribune and S 
Petersburg Times . . . first team all-conference and al 
county as a junior and senior . . . rated as Hillsboroug 
County's top offensive lineman after his junior yea 
by the Tampa Tribune Tampa Jefferson team wer 
1 3-2 in 2002, losing in the state finals . . . school h<i 
nine Division I prospects his senior season ... hig 
school teammate of fellow Terp recruit Jermaini 
Lemons ... Jefferson went 24-4 in his final two seasons 
competed in track (shot and discus), weightlifting and wre 
tling ... was also recruited by Florida State, Tennessee. Oki ; 
homa and LSI) high school coach was Mike Simmonds. 

Personal: Donald Anthony Woods was born January V 
1 984, in Dade City, Fla. ... son of Don and Donna Woods 
father played on two Florida state championship basketh 
teams ... brother. Brian, is an assistant coach at Jefferson an 
played college football at Ole Miss in 1 994 & '95 ... grandf. 
ther Lester Bales, was a pitcher in the Cleveland Indians org 
nization ... lists New Orleans Saints lineman Kyle Turley as r 
favorite athlete . . enrolled in the college of letters and s< 
ences ... one of 1 children in his family (has six sisters, thrc 
brothers). 



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2004 RECRUITING CLASS 



On Feb. 4, University of Maryland head football coach Ralph Fnedgen announced the signing of 22 recruits for the 2004 season 

This year's class - which has drawn more national attention than any Maryland group in recent history — features one quarterback, one tight end, four offensive linemen, six 
defensive linemen, three linebackers, four defensive backs, a placekicker and three players who are listed as possibilities on either side of the ball. 

'This class goes a long way in building the depth of our offensive and defensive lines as well as our secondary," said Fnedgen. ""It is a class with players who have great 
ndividual strengths and a great deal of talent. As importantly, the kids who signed with us have great character and are goal-oriented ." 

The 2004 class of signees features a level of national recognition unsurpassed in recent Maryland history A total of 1 1 players [Burley, Covington, Feliciano, Frost, Gaither. 
jiustice, Lenz, Marsh, Randolph, Steffy, Varner) in this year's class were named SuperPrep All-Americans with six on that list being defensive linemen. In addition, of SuperPrep's top 
>0 players in the Mid-Atlantic region, 1 signed with the Terps. Seven (Feliciano, Frost, Hicks, Justice, Lenz, Marsh, Randolph) were named All-Amencan by PrepStar and two others 
|Burley. Covington) were on that publication's "Dream Team," the highest honor given. 

The class again sticks to the guidelines Fnedgen laid out in his first year in College Park as the Mid-Atlantic region is well represented |l 2 players from Maryland, D.C. and 
Virginia), while top players from all over the country have also signed on with the Terrapins. Also represented are the states of North Carolina (3), Connecticut (2), Pennsylvania (2|. 
jeorgia 1 1 ), New Jersey ( I ) and South Carolina ( I ) . 



Name 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


CI. 


Hometown /Previous Schools) 


(evin Barnes 


CB 


6-1 


180 


Fi 


Glen Burnie, Md. (Old Mill HS| 


Ihase Bullock 


LB 


6-2 


220 


Fl 


Durham, N.C. (Northern HS| 


>cott Burley 


OT 


6-6 


340 


Ir 


Baltimore, Md (Woodlawn HS) 


,'rrey_Covinc|ton 


DE/LB 


6-3 


230 


Fi 


Bowie, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 


-vlatt Deese 


FB 


5 11 


245 


Fr. 


Greensboro, N.C. (Northeast Guilford HS) 


Jbi Egekeze 


PK 


6-3 


195 


Fi 


Auqusta, Ga. (Westside HS) 


Carlos Feliciano 


DT 


6-5 


290 


Fi 


Elizabeth, NJ. (Elizabeth HS) 


Mack Frost 


DE 


6-5 


260 


Fi 


Columbia, S.C. (Sprinq Valley HS) 


lared Gaither 


nr 


6-9 


300 


Fr. 


White Plains, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 


Jason Goode 


TE 


6-4 


230 


fi 


Baltimore, Md. (Woodlawn HS] 


s'Jack Griffin 


DT 


6-6 


270 


Fi 


Enfield, Conn. (Enfield HS) 


Sfrin Henderson 


QB/LB 


6 4 


225 


Fi 


Aberdeen, Md. (Aberdeen HS) 



Name 


Pos. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


CI. 


Hometown (Previous Schools) 


J.J. Justice 


S 


6-1 


218 


Fr. 


Lisbon, Conn (Norwich Free Academy) 


Keon Lattimore 


TB 


5-11 


190 


Fr. 


Owmgs Mills, Md |Mount St. Joseph HS) 


Eric Lenz* 


LB 


64 


22(1 


Fr. 


FredencF Md (Urbana HS) 


Dennis Marsh* 


DT 


64 


275 


Fr. 


Browns Summit, N C (Northeast Guilford H r j 


Dane Randolph 


DE 


6-5 


244 


Fr. 


Columbia, Md. (Wilde Lake HS) 


Jordan Steffy 


QB 


6-1 


210 


Fr. 


Leola, Pa |Conestoga Valley HS) 


Richard Taylor' 


CB 


5-10 


1 90 


Fr. 


Centreville, Va (Centreville HS) 


Jaimie Thomas 


OT 


6-5 


330 


Fr. 


Harnsburg, Pa (Bishop McDevitt HS) 


Chris Varner' 


CB 


5-11 


180 


Fr. 


Baltimore, Md (Randallstown HS) 


Edwin Williams 


OT 


64 


295 


Fr. 


Washington, D C. (DeMatha HS) 


' indicates membei s of this year s recruiting class who have already enrolled at M iryland 



BARNES BULLOCK 



31 



42 



Mi&EL 




trnerback 



Linebacker 



Offensive Tackle 



180-Fr. 



6-2 * 220 • Fr. 



6-6 ♦ 340 » Fr. 



ilen Burnie. Md. 



[Old Mill HS) 



Durham. N.C. 



High School: A three-year letterwinner and two-year starter 
: it Old Mill High School in Millersville, Md. ... saw action at 
; ':ornerback and wide receiver ... posted 62 tackles (32 solo), 
hree interceptions, three PBUs and a fumble recovery as a 
Senior ... also had 1 7 receptions for 435 yards and three TDs 
! in '03 as well as one rushing touchdown ... had nine inter- 
ceptions and 129 tackles in his two years as a starter ... also 
posted 1 receptions for 222 yards and four TDs as a junior... 
ienior honors include Big School all-state by the Associated 
"'ress, All-Met by the Baltimore Sun and honorable mention 
1 Mi-Met by The Washington Post ... also a Mid-Atlantic all-re- 
gion pick by SuperPrep ... an all-region selection by PrepStar 
j .. named second team Big School all-state (AP), honorable 
J "nention All-Met [Baltimore Sun] and all-county as a junior ... 
jalso competed in track and basketball ... won state 4A high 
jwmp with a leap of 6-6 in his first year competing (junior) . . . 
Juris a reported 4.4 in the 40-yard dash and posted a 39-inch 
vertical jump at the Elite Junior Combine ... an early commit- 
ment who was also recruited by Virginia and Duke ... high 
school coach was Mike Marcus. 



(Northern HS) 



Baltimore. Md. 



High School: A three-year letterwinner and two-year starter 
at Northern High School in Durham, N.C. ... also started the 
second half of his sophomore season ... posted 277 tackles in 
his two years as a starter , . posted 1 50 tackles as a senior . . 
finished his junior season with 16 TFLs, five sacks and an in- 
terception ... a Shrine Bowl participant who was an All-Pied- 
mont Conference and all-area selection as a senior ... also a 
Mid-Atlantic all-region pick by SuperPrep in 2003 as well as an 
all-region selection by PrepStar ... all-area as a junior ... the 
Knights went 1 2-2 his senior year, losing in the Eastern divi- 
sion finals ... timed at 4.6 in the 40-yard dash, posted a 305- 
pound bench and 465-pound squat ... lettered two years in 
basketball and one in track ... has a personal best of 22.9 in 
the 200 meters ... was recruited by Virginia. South Carolina, 
Clemson and NC State . . . high school coach was Gary Merrill. 

Personal Chase Bullock was born February 1 3. 1986 ...son 
of Sharon Bullock and Fitzgerald Teru . . . planned major is 
sociology. 



Personal: Kevin Barnes was born September 1 5, 1 986 . 
the son of Debra and Kenneth Hilliard. 



(Woodlawn Senior HS) 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and starter at 

Woodlawn Senior High School in Woodlawn, Md. . . . spent all 
four years at offensive tackle while seeing action at defensive 
tackle as a junior and senior ... recorded 45 pancake blocks 
his senior season ... allowed just one sack in the last two sea- 
sons and none as a junior ... finished with six sacks as a senior 
in spot duty at DT ... graded out at over 90 percent on of- 
fense as a junior ...an all-state selection by the Associated 
Press and the Maryland High School Football Coaches Asso- 
ciation as a senior ... also first team All-Met by the Baltimore 
Sun as a senior and second team his junior season ... was all- 
city, all-county and all-division as a junior and senior ... a 
SuperPrep All-American and the third-rated player overall in 
the Mid-Atlantic region . . . named to the PrepStar "Dream Team" 
as one of the best 1 50 players in the country ... rated as the 
1 1 th-best offensive tackle in the nation by SuperPrep ... team 
went 34-1 in his four years, earning a spot in the state 4A 
semifinals his senior year ... owns the school record with a 
540-pound squat ... also lettered two years in track & field 
and one each in basketball and wrestling ... county shot put 
champion as a senior ... also recruited by Penn State, Miami. 
Florida. Virginia Tech and Notre Dame ... high school coach 
as a senior was Leonard Hart. 



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. son of sprain as a junior ... earned all-area, all-county and All-Pied- 



Sabnna Burley .. active in a child-mentoring program as a mont Triad Conference honors as a senior . . was all-county as 
prep called "Each One Teach One." 




IUGTON 



Defensive End 





6-3 • 230 ♦ Fr. 



Bowie, Md. 



(Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at Eleanor 
Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, Md ... very productive 
player on one of the state's top teams ... finished his senior 
season with 1 1 2 tackles. 1 9 sacks, three forced fumbles, two 
fumble recoveries, one blocked punt and two batted-down 
passes . . . recorded 92 tackles, 1 3 sacks, 1 7 TFLs and two inter- 
ceptions as a junior ... an all-state selection by the Associated 
Press ... first team All-Met by The Washington Post named 
to the PrepStar "Dream Team" as one of the best 1 50 players 
in the country ... a'SuperPrep All-American who was rated as 
the fifth-best player overall in the Mid-Atlantic region . named 
to George Michael's "Golden 1 1 " team ... team posted a 1 2-1 
record in 2003, losing its only game of the season in the 4A 
state semifinals ... ERHS went to the state finals his sopho- 
more year ... runs in the 4.5 range in the 40-yard dash ... 
strength numbers include a 325-pound bench press, 455- 
pound sguat and a 35-inch vertical jump ... also lettered one 
year in wrestling and basketball ... was recruited by Colorado, 
Tennessee, Virginia, Syracuse, UCLA and Boston College, 
among others ... high school coach was Rick Houchens 

Personal: George Vassar Covington III was born November 
23, 1 986 ... son of George and Deborah Covington . . . plans 
to major in kinesiology ... carried better than a 3.0 grade- 
point average in high school ... worked an internship his se- 
nior year with the Department of Agriculture. 



a junior „ earned a spot in the Shrine Bowl ... a honorable 
mention selection by' PrepStar magazine has been timed as 
low as 4.6 in the 40-yard dash ... also recorded a 330-pound 
bench press and 5 1 5-pound squat as a prep ... team appeared 
in the North Carolina 3A finals his senior season lettered 
three years in track & field (threw the shot, discus and ran the 
100 meters) ... also recruited by South Carolina and Clemson 
... high school coach was Tom Pursley. 

Personal Matt Deese was born September 23, T 985 son 
of Prince and Beverly Deese . . played on traveling soccer 
teams until the 1 0th grade. 

EGEKEZ, PROS 



high 1 sacks as a senior .. first team all-state by the A/en n 
Star Ledger and third team all-state by the Associated Press 
also an all-conference and all-county pick while earning 1 
region honors from SuperPrep as a senior ... a PrepStar ii 
American ... ranked as the No. 1 1 offensive tackle in the nj 
tion by Rivals com ... all-county, all-conference and secon 
team all-Group 4 as a junior . . . also lettered two years in trac 
(shot put and javelin) and basketball ..was also recruited 3 
Ohio State, Virginia, Iowa and Michigan State high schcc 
coach was Jeff Wiener 

Personal Carlos Feliciano was born May 13, 1 986 ... is tn 
son of Tony and Idalmi Feliciano. 



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Defensive End 



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6-3-195-Fr. 



6-5 • 260 ♦ Fr. 



Augusta, Ga. 



Columbia. S.C. 



(Westside HS) 



(Spri ng Valley HS) 



High School A three-year starter and letterwinner at 
Westside High School in Augusta, Ga. ... handled placekickmg 
and punting duties in his tenure with the Patriots . was 9-of- 
1 1 on field goals and 2l-of-22 on PATs as a senior . hit a 
school-record 54-yard field goal twice |once as a senior and 
once as ajunior) ... had 27 touchbacks on 40 kicks in 2003 . 
was 8-of- 1 2 on field goals and 26-of-28 on PATs as a junior . . . 
an all-state and all-conference selection as a junior and senior 
... an all-area pick as a sophomore and senior ... all-Dixie re- 
gion by SuperPrep as a senior ... a PrepStar all-region pick as 
well ... also a three-year letterwinner in soccer and basketball 
. . also recruited by Georgia. Ohio State, Texas and Penn State 
... high school coach was Gerald Barnes. 

Personal Obekwuemeka Egekeze was born Nov. 8, 1985 
. son of Uzoma Egekeze . . . brother Ndu, is a senior forward 
on Penn States basketball team ... other brother |Nkem) played 
soccer at Mercer ... member of the National Honor Society 
who carried a 3.86 GPA as a prep. 




High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at Sprmc 
Valley High School in Columbia, S.C. ... primarily played de 
fense but spent time at tight end in blocking situations 
notched 45 tackles, five TFLs, three sacks, four forced fumble 
and an interception as a senior despite missing the first three 
games with a high ankle sprain . . . best season as a prep wa 
his junior year, when he finished with 77 tackles, five sack, 
and 1 1 QB hurries, an all-state pick by the High School Sport 
Report as well as an all-region and all-area selection as a se 
nior ... was also all-region and all-area as a junior ..an all- 
South Carolina region selection who was rated as the sixth 
best player overall in the state by SuperPrep ...a PrepStar All 
American ... third team All-South by Fox Sports Net . . strength 
numbers include a 31 5-pound power clean, a 32-inch vert 
caljump and a 4.67 time in the 40-yard dash ... also lettered 
two years in basketball ... chose Maryland over Auburn 
Florida, South Carolina and Virginia .. high school coach wa 
Jimmy Noonan 

Personal: Mack Frost. Jr., was born February 13, 1986 
son of Mack and Cynthia Frost . . . plans to major in civil eng 
neenng ... carried better than a 3.3 grade-point average 
born in Louisiana and loves cajun food. 



Greensboro, IM.C, 
(Northeast Guilford HS) 



High School A three-year letterwinner and starter at North- 
east Guilford High School in McLeansville, N.C. ... primarily 
played fullback but also saw significant time at defensive end 
and nose tackle in his three years ... started on both sides of 
the ball as a junior and senior ... team captain who was his 
team's primary ball-carrier as a senior, rushing for 1,692 yards 
and 23 touchdowns on 245 carries (6.9 avg.) ... also had 
seven receptions for 57 yards while notching 83 tackles from 
his defensive end position ... ran for 992 yards and almost 
nine yards per carry after missing four games with an ankle 



Defensive Tackle 
6-5 • 290 • Fr. 
Elizabeth, N.J. 
(Elizabeth HS) 

High School A four-year letterwinner and three-year starter 
at Elizabeth High School in Elizabeth, N.J. . . played offensive 
tackle, offensive guard, tight end, defensive end and defen- 
sive tackle in his career but spent most of his time at offensive 
and defensive tackle ... posted 75 tackles, 26 TFLs and 18 
sacks in the last two years at defensive tackle ... had a career- 






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Offensive Tackle/Defensive End 
6-9-300- Fr. 
White Plains, Md. 



(Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 



High School: A one-year letterwinner and starter at Eleanor 
Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, Md. ... played basketball 
for three years before going out for football for the first time 
as a senior ... has tremendous upside ... played defensive 
tackle and tight end for one of the top teams in the state . 
recorded 89 tackles, nine sacks, and one forced fumble while 
'batting down four passes at the line of scrimmage ... was 
primarily a blocking tight end, but finished the season with 
three receptions for 93 yards and a pair of touchdowns 
earned significant postseason honors despite playing only one 
_/ear ... ranked as the 36th-best defensive tackle in the nation 
by Rivals.com ... an honorable mention All-Met selection by 
The Washington Post ... a SuperPrep All-American and Mid- 
^Atlantic all-region pick ...a PrepStar honorable mention selec- 
tion selected to play for Maryland in the Super 44 all-star 
game ... first team all-league and all-county ... team posted a 
y 1 2- 1 record in 2003, losing its only game of the season in the 
|t 4A state semifinals . lettered four years in basketball . was a 
, v major D-l recruit in basketball ... had verbally committed to 
JSouth Carolina in hoops before deciding to play football 
jwas also recruited in football by Florida, Georgia, Pittsburgh 
^and Clemson . high school coach was Rick Houchens. 



Personal: Jared Gaither was born March 18, 1 986 . . . son of 



Joyce Gaither and David Suggs 




Tight En d/H-Back 
6-4-230' Fr. 



Balti mo re, Md. 



(Woodlawn HS) 



team Big School all-state selection as an "athlete" by the Asso- 
ciated Press ... an all-conference pick as a junior and senior 
helped lead Woodlawn to a spot in the state 4A semifinals his 
senior year ... runs a reported 4.59 in the 40-yard dash ... 
lettered four years in basketball „ named Curleys Most Valu- 
able Player in basketball as a junior ... was also recruited by 
Colorado, Boston College, UCLA and Penn State . . high school 
coach was Leonard Hart. 

Personal: Jason Goode was born September 13, 1986 ... 
son of Norm and Stephanie Goode. 




FFIN 



Defensive Tackle 
6-6 ♦ 270 • Fr. 




Enfield. Conn. 



(Enfield HS) 



6-4 • 225 - Fr. 



High School: A four-year high school letterwinner and three- 
year starter who finished his prep career at Woodlawn High 
School in Woodlawn, Md. . . . spent his first three years at Arch- 
bishop Curley High School in Baltimore ... an athletic player 
projected to play tight end at Maryland ... played quarter- 
;back, tailback, fullback, wide receiver, tight end and defen- 
sive end in high school . . . missed the first three games of Aberdeen, Md. 
12003 after transferring but still finished with 56 carries for (Aberdeen HS) 
|509 yards (9.1 avg.) and 21 receptions for 438 yards [20.9 
lypc) and five TDs . accounted for 1 3 total touchdowns and 
two two-point conversions, leading his team in scoring ...also 
returned a kickoff 86 yards for a touchdown ... a Mid-Atlantic 
ialkegion selection by SuperPrep and honorable-mention pick 
by PrepStar ... first team All-Met by the Baltimore Sun. ..a first 



High School A four-year letterwinner and three-year starter 
at Enfield [Conn.) High School ... primarily played defensive 
tackle and offensive guard while spending some time at of- 
fensive tackle early in his career team's second-leading tack- 
ier as a senior with 45 stops ... also had seven sacks, 1 2 QB 
hurries, two forced fumbles, one fumble caused and seven 
pass breakups ... had 40 tackles and 15 sacks as a junior ... 
named first team all-state as an offensive guard by the New 
Haven Register and as a defensive tackle by the Hartford Cou- 
rant an All-New England region selection by SuperPrep 
rated by SuperPrep as the 12th-best player in the region ... 
PrepStar all-region as well all-conference as a junior and 
senior ... honorable mention All-Coivranf as a defensive tackle 
his junior year team went 1 0-2 and made it to the state 
semifinals — best in school history — his senior year ... also 
lettered three years in basketball . . recruited by Penn State. 
Boston College, Iowa and Wisconsin ... high school coach 
was Jay Gaucher 

Personal John Griffin, Jr., was born January 20, 1986 ... 
son of John and Jens Griffin . plans to major in journalism... 
carried over a 3.0 GPA as a prep. 



HENDERSON 




Quarterback/Linebacker 



High School A four-year letterwinner and starter at Aber- 
deen High School in Aberdeen, Md. ... played quarterback 
and linebacker excelling on both sides of the ball ... was 84- 
of-155 for 1.580 yards, 20 touchdowns and four intercep- 
tions as a senior while leading his team to its first-ever state 
championship ..also ran for 883 yards with eight TDs while 



posting a team-high 1 38 tackles and two interceptions . . . best 
game may have been in the state 2A semifinals when he threw 
for three TDs on a sprained ankle, bringing his team back 
from an 1 8-pomt deficit to advance ...junior numbers included 
1,005 yards passing, 15 TDs, 350 yards rushing and six TDs 
while averaging over 13 tackles per game ... Baltimore Sun 
Player of the Year as a senior ... also first team all-state (Associ- 
ated Press), first team All-Met [Baltimore Sun] and all-county 
... AP all-state as ajunior at middle linebacker ... a Mid-Atlantic 
all-region pick by SuperPrep ... an all-region selection by 
PrepStar ... ranked the sixth-best inside linebacker in the coun- 
try by ESPN, corns lorn Lemming . . . also played basketball and 
ran track ... team went 12-1 his senior year ... recruited by 
Virginia, Purdue and North Carolina high school coach was 
Joseph Harbert. 

Personal Erin Henderson was born July 1 , 1 986 ... son of 
Eric and Quinette Henderson ... older brother. E.J., was a 
two-time All-Amencan, who won the Butkus and Bednank 
awards while at Maryland and currently plays for the Minne- 
sota Vikings ... plans to major in communications ... home- 
town is the same as that of perennial major league all-star Cal 
Ripken, Jr. 



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6-1 «218»Fr. 



Lisbon. Conn. 



(Norwich Fre e Academy) 

High School: A four-year starter and letterwinner at the 
Norwich (Conn.) Free Academy ... started at defensive back 
four years and at quarterback his last three . . . also spent time 
at tailback and long snapper ... had good numbers on both 
sides of the ball ... finished with 38 tackles (23 solo), eight 
TFLs, one sack and six PBUs as a senior while rushing for over 
1,500 yards ... had 30 tackles and three interceptions as a 
junior while throwing for over 1,000 yards and 20 TDs and 
rushing for another 1 4 touchdowns ... an all-state selection 
by the New Haven Register mi the Connecticut High School 
Coaches Association as a junior and senior ... a SuperPrep 
All-Amencan rated as the second-best player, regardless of 
position, in the New England region ... rated by Rivals.com 
as the best player in New England ... a PrepStar All-American 
... a finalist for the Gatorade state Player of the Year .. also 
all-conference and all-area as ajunior and senior ... rated the 
1 5th-best safety in the nation by ESPN.coms Tom Lemming 
... led his team to an 1 1 -I record and the state semifinals as a 
junior . a three-year letterwinner in track ... state champion 
javelin thrower as a junior and senior with a personal record 
of 1 76 feet... timed at 1 1.3 in the 1 00 meters ... recruited by 
Boston College, Syracuse, Purdue, Penn State and Connecti- 
cut ... high school coach was Steve Robichaud. 

Personal: James Justice, Jr., was born April 29, 1 986 . . . son 
of Jim and Mary Justice . . father played college football at 
Syracuse, lettering in 1973 ... notably, his father was a team- 
mate of Ryan Mitchs father while at SU ... planned major is 
criminal justice 



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Tailback 
5-1 1 «190 





Fr. 



O wings Mills, Md. 



(Hargrave Military/ 
Mt. St. Josephs HS) 

Prep: Attended Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Va. 
... played tailback for a team that finished 8-1 ... rushed for 
425 yards with four touchdowns ... caught a 28-yard touch- 
down pass against West Virginia's junior varsity team. 

High School: A 2003 graduate of Mount Saint Josephs High 
School in Baltimore ... a three-year starter whose strength is 
his speed and athleticism played wide receiver and spent 
some time at defensive back . , . clocked at 4.5 in the 40-yard 
dash, 10 7 in the 100 meters and 20.0 in the 200 meters ... 



has a 38-inch vertical jump ... was hampered his senior sea- 
son by an ankle injury, but caught 28 passes for 346 yards 
and four touchdowns in the seven games that he played . . 
also rushed for 643 yards and 1 1 TDs, while returning two 
kickoffs for scores . . top game of 2002 came against Gilman 
when he scored five TDs (four rushing, one kickoff return|, 
posted 1 2 1 yards rushing and 1 1 7 receiving ... had a strong 
junior season, scoring 23 touchdowns (nine rush, nine pass, 
five returns) ... ran for 1,294 yards and had 581 receiving 
yards as ajunior ... a first team all-state selection (Associated 
Press) as a senior and second team as a junior ,., first team 
All-Metro by the Baltimore Sun both years ... the sixth-rated 
player in the Mid-Atlantic region by SuperPrep ... rated the 
fifth-best receiver in the East by The Sporting News . rated 
as the 78th-best player, regardless of position, in the Atlantic 
East region by Rivals.com ... also ran track and was his bas- 
ketball teams starting forward ... ranked the 20th-best wide 
receiver in the country by ESPN, com s Tom Lemming ..was 
also recruited by Miami, NC State and Virginia ... high school 
coach was Mike Working. 

Personal: Keon Lattimore was born July 6, 1 984 son of 

Sunsena Keith ... brother is Baltimore Ravens' star linebacker 
and 2004 Maryland graduate, Ray Lewis ... majoring in let- 
ters and sciences. 



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Linebacker 



6-4»217*Fr. 



Frederick. Md. 



(Urbana HS) 



High School: A three-year letterwinner and two-year starter 
at Urbana High School in Ijamsville, Md. ... one of the top all- 
around performers in the state of Maryland the last two years 
... played defensive end, wide receiver, punter, placekicker 
and was a kick returner ... in his two years as a starter on 
defense, he posted 1 6 1 tackles, 1 7 sacks, six interceptions 
and two forced fumbles . . two of the interceptions were re- 
turned for touchdowns (2003) ... posted career-highs of 82 
tackles and nine sacks as a senior ... numbers in 2003 in- 
cluded 29 receptions for 523 yards and 13 touchdowns, one 
kickoff returned for a TD, three blocked field goals, five blocked 
punts, a 36.9-yard punting average and 35 successful PATs in 
42 tries ... as ajunior, finished with 79 tackles, 22 receptions 
(352 yards, 7 TDs), a 43-yard punting average and a school- 
record 53-yard field goal to his credit ... an Associated Press 
all-state selection as ajunior and senior ... The Washington 
Posts Defensive Player of the Year in 03 ... other senior hon- 
ors included first team All-Met {Washington Post). AP Mary- 
land Defensive Player of the Year, all-conference and all-area 
... selected to George Michaels "Golden 1 1" team ... a 
SuperPrep All-American and Mid-Atlantic all-region pick ... 
named to PrepStafs All-America team as well ... was all-state 
as a kicker his sophomore season . . team went 1 0-2 and was 
MVAL Chesapeake Division champs his senior year ... runs a 
reported 4.6 in the 40-yard dash ... also lettered one year in 
basketball and baseball ... an early commitment who was also 
recruited by Boston College and Pittsburgh, among others ... 
high school coach was David Carruthers. 



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and Kathleen Lenz . . . plans to major in elementary educatic rj 

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Defensive Tackle 



6-4 • 264 « Fr. 



Browns Summit. N.C. 



( Northeast G uilford HS) 



High School: A three-year letterwinner and two-year starte 
at Northeast Guilford High School in McLeansville, N.C 
played defensive tackle, nose tackle and offensive guard il 
his three years ... had an outstanding senior season from hi 
nose tackle position, recording 1 03 tackles, 1 9 tackles for loss 
five forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and 1 1 QB hui 
nes . . . played both ways as a junior (DT and OG) ... an All 
Piedmont Triad Conference selection as a senior ... also all 
county and all-area in 2003 ... earned a spot in the presti 
gious Shrine Bowl, starting at nose tackle in the game ai 
All-Amencan and Mid-Atlantic all-region selection by SuperPref, 
the ninth-rated player in the state — regardless of positior 
— according to SuperPrep a PrepStar All-Amencan ... ha: 
been timed as low as 4.8 in the 40-yard dash ... also recorde' 
a 355-pound bench press and 420-pound squat as a prep 
team went 20-8 in his two years as a starter including ar 
appearance in the North Carolina 3A finals his senior seasor 
... named defensive MVP of the state finals . lettered thret 
years in track & field ... an early commit who selected Mary 
land over North Carolina, Clemson, Penn State and Soutr 
Carolina . high school coach was Tom Pursley 

Personal Dennis Marsh was born July 8, 1986 ... son o 
Richard and Nina Marsh ... plans to major in business. 




DOLPH 



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Defensive Tackle 


6-5 • 244 • Fr. 


Columbia, Md. 


(Wilde Lake HS) 



High School: A two-year letterwinner and starter at Wild! 
Lake High School in Columbia, Md. . . primarily played defen 
sive end but also started at offensive guard as a senior . 
high school coach says he is still growing ... finished his cj 
reer at WLHS with 1 57 tackles and 1 4 sacks in his two season: 
recorded 85 tackles. 1 TFLs, eight sacks and batted dow r 
five passes as a senior ... a SuperPrep All-American and Mi 1 
Atlantic region pick ... a PrepStar All-Amencan ... a secort 
team All-Met selection by the Baltimore Sun as a senior ^ I 
county as ajunior and senior ... team went 18-3 in his twd 
years, winning the Howard County Conference Champion 
ship in 2003 ... also competed in track three years and ba; 
ketball two attended Sandalwood High School in Jackson 
ville, Fla., as a sophomore ... an early commit who also co 



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'ersonal: Dane Randolph was born Sept. 4, 1986. . . son of 
Vigela Randolph and Kevin Coley . . . plans to major in busi- 
ness ... mother is an officer in the Navy stationed at Fort 
vleade ... has lived in Maryland, Florida, West Virginia, Canada 
ind Portugal due to military background ... earned over a 
1.2 GPA in high school. 




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Quarterback 
5-1 210 
Leola, Pa 



Fr. 



IConestoga Valle y HS) 

■ligh School A four-year letterwinner and starter at 
! ;onestoga Valley High School in Lancaster Pa. ... took over 
he starting job midway through his freshman year [started 
'hat season at wide receiver) an athletic quarterback with 
'i strong arm and good touch ... was 397-for-654 (60 7%) for 
>.587 yards with 5 1 touchdowns and 25 interceptions for his 
1 areer ... last two seasons were his best as he completed 283 
'if 447 passes for 3,781 yards and 34 TDs with only 13 inter- 
:eptions ... rushed for 929 yards and 22 touchdowns in his 
Career ... a SuperPrep All-American and all-Northeast region 
•election ... an all-region pick by PrepStar ... first team all-sec- 
ion as a junior and second team as a senior ... named his 
lections Offensive Back of the Year as a junior ... also honor- 
able mention all-state as a senior ... ran a 4.47 in the 40-yard 
Hash at Penn State's Nike Camp ... also recorded a 575-pound 
jquat as a prep ... led his school to the District III champion- 
I hip game after taking over as the starting QB midway through 
us freshman season ... a four-year letterwinner in basketball 
.. is just the second player in school history to record 1,000 
loints in his career ... was recruited by Penn State, Clemson, 
Virginia Tech and Michigan State ... high school coach was 
herald Novak. 

'ersonal: Jordan Steffy was born September 26, 1985 ... 
on of Shan Steffy-Long and Arnie Long . . an excellent bowler 
best game is a 243). his grandmother owns the local lanes 
,'Olunteers in his free time with the Special Olympics. 




Free Safety 



MQ-188-Fr. 



mtreville, Va. 



Centreville HS) 



ligh School; A three-year letterwinner and two-year starter 
t Centreville (Va . | High School . . . played tailback, cornerback 
nd outside linebacker , spent his senior season pnmanly on 
■ffense ... in nine games, rushed for 1,452 yards (161.3 ypg| 



and 1 6 touchdowns also had two receiving TDs . . rushed 
for over 750 yards in six games as ajunior, but moved to OLB 
in the last four games to help a depleted defense ... team 
captain as a senior ... second team all-state (Virginia High 
School Coaches Association!, all-district and all-region as a 
senior ... also earned second team All-Met honors from The 
Washington Post... selected to George Michaels "Golden 1 1 " 
team ... a Mid-Atlantic all-region pick by SuperPrep ... also an 
all-region selection by PrepStar ... strength numbers include 
a 300-pound bench, 500-pound squat, a 4.4 time in the 40- 
yard dash and a 38-inch vertical jump ... team went 16-5 in 
his two years as a starter . . lettered three years in basketball 
... was also recruited by Georgia Tech and Boston College ... 
high school coach was Mike Skinner 

Personal Richard Taylor was born November 5, 1985 ... 
son of Curtis and Abigail Taylor . had brothers who played 
football at Purdue (Curtis) and South Carolina State (Steve). 

THOMAS 

Offensive Tackle 
6-5 • 330 • Fr. 
Harrisburg. Pa. 
(Bishop McPevitt HS) 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at Bishop 
McDevitt High School in Harrisburg, Pa. played offensive 
tackle all three years while spending significant time at defen- 
sive tackle as a junior and senior ... has a 78-inch wingspan 
... allowed no sacks in his junior or senior seasons while only 
giving up one as a sophomore .had over 40 pancake blocks 
as a senior ... was the lone returning starter on a line that 
ended up blocking for the states leading rusher, sophomore 
LeSean McCoy, who had 2,561 yards in 10 games in 2003 ... 
a SuperPrep All-American and All-Northeast region selection 
. first team all-state as a senior ... first team all-conference as 
ajunior and senior ... an honorable-mention pick by PrepStar 
... posted a 375-pound bench press and 51 5-pound squat as 
a prep . . lettered three years in basketball . . also recruited by 
Notre Dame, Tennessee and Penn State . . . high school coach 
was Jeff Weachter. 

Personal: Jaimie Thomas was born August 22, 1 986 . . . son 
of Jerome and Charley Thomas ... member of the National 
Honor Society ... carried over a 3.7 grade-point average in 
high school ... brothers Jonathan and Joseph both attend 
Maryland 



UARN 



ER 



Cornerback 

5-11 -180-Fr.HS 



Baltimore, Md. 
(Randallstown HS) 

High School A four-year letterwinner and three-year starter at 
Randallstown (Md.) High School . . . saw action at cornerback, quar- 
terback, wide receiver safety and tailback in his career (spent ma- 
jority of his time at CB and QB) . . recorded seven interceptions - 
returning two for touchdowns - as a senior ... set the school record 
for interceptions in a game with four against Perry Hall ... also 
caught 41 passes for 635 yards and six touchdowns while pass- 
ing for over 500 yards and three TDs ... had his best year at QB as 
a junior passing for 1.200 yards and 13 TDs while running for 
more than 1 , 300 yards and 1 touchdowns . . . also notched three 
interceptions from his free safety position as ajunior ...a SuperPrep 
All-American and Mid-Atlantic all-region selection ... named first 
team all-state by the Associated Press ...first team All-Met by the 
Baltimore Sun was all-city and all-county as ajunior and senior 
... runs a reported 4.4 in the 40-yard dash ... team went 12-2, 
making its way to the state 3MA semifinals ... also a four-year 
letterwinner in baseball and three-year letterwinner in basketball 
... was also recruited by Virginia Tech, Virginia and Ohio State . . . 
high school coach was Albert Howard 

Personal: Christian Dale Varner was born November 20, 1985 
. . son of Donna Varner , . plans to major in communications. 

WILLIAMS 



Offensive Tackle 




6-4 • 295 • Fr. 



Washington. B.C. 



(DeMatha HS) 



High School A two-year letterwinner and starter at DeMatha 
Catholic High School in Hyattsville, Md. . . . an athletic tackle who 
came to DeMatha to play basketball but finished his prep career 
as the schools top offensive lineman . . . switched from basketball 
to football prior to his junior season and ultimately played offen- 
sive guard (junior season), offensive tackle and defensive end 
(senior season) ... consistently graded out over 90 percent his 
senior season ... also recorded 78 tackles and six sacks . . . named 
first team All-Met by'77?e Washington Post and the Pigskin Club 
as a senior . . . also earned first team All-WCAC, all-county and All- 
Gazette honors in 2003 ... named a Mid-Atlantic all-region pick 
by SuperPrep ... also an alkegion selection by PrepStar ... benched 
225 pounds 1 6 times and squatted 500 pounds in off-season 
testing ... DeMatha finished 03 as the states No. I team and the 
1 4th-ranked team in the nation by USA Today ... an early com- 
mit who was also recruited by Pittsburgh and Virginia Tech ... 
high school coach was Bill McGregor. 

Personal: Edwin Williams, Jr., was born December 1 0, 1 986 
..son of Edwin and Cheron Williams. 



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2004 PRESEASON HONORS 



PRESEASON RANKINGS 



Athlon 



20th 



Football Action 



15th 



The Sporting News 



17th 



Street & Smith's 



18th 



ACC PREDICTIONS 



Lindy's 



5th 




Athlon 



4th 



The Sporting News 



5th 



Street & Smith's 



5th 



Phil Steele 



6th 



Ralph Friedgen, Head Coach 



I st Among ACC Top Coaches 



The Sporting News 



Gary Blackney, Peff. Coordinator 

2nd Among ACC D ef. Coordinators The Sporting News 

Charlie Taaffe, Off. Coordinator 

2nd Among ACC Off. Coordinators The Sporting News 

Josh All en. RB 

No. 26-rated RB in Nation 



Lindy's 



All-Conference Second Team 



The Sporting News 



No 2-rated RB in ACC 



The Sporting News 



No 30-rated RB in Nation 



Phil Steele 



C.J. Brooks. OG 



No. 2-rated G in Nation 



Lindy's 



All-American First Team 



Lindy's 



All-American Second Team 



Athlon 



Hon. Mention Preseason All-American Football Action 



All-Conference First Team 


The Sporting News 


No. 1 -rated Gin ACC 


The Sporting News 


All-Amencan First Team 


Street & Smith's 


Ail-American First Team 


Phil Steele 


No 2-rated G in Nation 


Phil Steele 



Kevin Eli. PE 



No 6-rated DE in ACC 



The Sporting News 



Domonique Foxworth. CB 

No. 8-rated CB in Nation Lindy's 



All-Conference Second Team 



The Sporting News 



No.3-ratedCBinACC 



The Sporting News 



No 14-ratedCB in Nation 



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P'Qwell Jac kson. LB 

No. 1 5 rated-LB in Nation Lindy's 



All-Conference First Team 



The Sporting News 



Npj-rated Middle LB in ACC 



The Sporting News 



No 1 0-rated Inside LB in Nation 



Phil Steele 



Wesley Jeffe rson. LB 

N ewcomer of the Year Lindy's 



"Top Impact Freshman" 



Street & Smith's 



No. 45-rated Outside LB in Nation Phil Steele 



Shawne Merriman. PE 

No. 4-rated Outside LB in ACC The Sporting News 



"Hardest Hitter" 



Street & Smith's 



No. 39-rated DE in Nation 



Phil Steele 



Nick Novak. PK 



No. 3-rated PK in Nation 



Lindy's 



No. 1 -rated PK in ACC 



Hon. Mention Preseason All-American Street & Smith's 
No. 6-rated PK in Nation Phil Steele 



Adam Podlesh, P 




No. 6-rated P in Nation 


Lindy's 


All-Conference Second Team 


The Sporting News 


No. 2-rated P in ACC 


The Sporting News 


No. 6-rated P in Nation 


Phil Steele 


Kyle Schmitt, C 




No. 1 0-rated C in Nation 


Lindy's 


No. 3-rated C in ACC 


The Sporting News 


No. 1 0-rated C in Nation 


Phil Steele 


Steve Suter. WR/SP 


Special Teams Demon 


Lindy's 


All-Conference First Team 


The Sporting News 


No. 1 -rated PR in ACC 


The Sporting News 


All-Amencan Third Team 


Street & Smith's 


"Best Instincts" 


Street & Smith's 


All-American Third Team 


Phil Steele 


No 3-rated PR in Nation 


Phil Steele 


TEAM HONORS 


Running Backs 


20th-rated Unit in Nation 


Phil Steele 


Overall Offense 



1 7th-rated Unit in Nation 



Phil Steele 



Offensive Line 



1 7th-rated Unit in Nation 



Phil Steele 



Special Teams 



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2003 REVIEW NOTEBOOK 




Terps Among Nation's Elite with 
Third Straight 10- Win Season 

■ With its 4 1 -7 win over West Virginia in the 2004 Toyota 
Gator Bowl on New Year's Day, Maryland improved its 
record to 1 0-3 on the season. The Terps are one of only 
five schools in NCAA Division l-A to have posted 

three straight 10-wm seasons (Miami 35-3, 
Oklahoma 35-6, Texas 32-7, MARYLAND /fjt. 
31-8, Washington State 30-8). // 

■ For the second-straight year, the 
Terrapins won 10 of their final 
games of the season, ending the year 
as one of the nation's hottest 
teams. Maryland finished 
second in the ACC with a 
6-2 record. 

■ The Terps finished 
17th in the Associated 
Press final ranking and 20th 
in the ESPN / USA Today poll 
of coaches. It was the 1 8th team 
in Maryland history to finish the 
season among the Top 25 teams 
in the nation. 

Friedgen's 
ACCe ptional Start 

■ Ralph Friedgen has opened his career 
as a head coach by setting one coaching 
record after another and as his third season 
in College Park came to a close, he once again 
moved himself to the top of the record books 

■ Friedgen is the winningest third-year head 
coach in ACC history with his 31-8 record. He is 
also seventh on the list of victories by a head coach 
in the history of college football after three seasons. 

■ With Maryland's win in its regular-season finale at Wake 
Forest, Friedgen became the only coach in ACC history 
to win 30 games in his first three years on the job. 

■ With the Terps' win against UNC, Friedgen set a new 
record for wins by a third-year coach in the ACC, besting 
the win totals of Lou Hota (26-8-2. NC State, 1972-74) 
and Danny Ford (26-9-0, Clemson, 1979-81). 

■ With his team's win against Duke, Friedgen broke 
Bobby Ross' record of 25 wins from 1 982-84, the Maryland 
standard for wins in three seasons. 

Quick Hits v.2003 

■ Below are notes of some of the more interesting feats 
that happened in the Terps' respective games of 2003: 

■ Maryland lit the scoreboard first in each of its first 1 
games of 2003, but fell behind in each of its final two 
games. The Terps scored first in the 2004 Toyota Gator 
Bowl win over West Virginia. 

■ Prior to the North Carolina game — a game Ralph 
Friedgen sees as having turned his team's season — 
Maryland had either led throughout in each game or lost. 
In three of the last four regular-season games, the Terrapins 
needed to overcome deficits of eight points or more to 




win (8 vs. UNC; 1 4 in the fourth quarter at NC State; and 
1 4 at Wake Forest). 

■ The Terrapins held half their opponents off the 
scoreboard in the first quarter in 2003. 

■ In Ralph Friedgen's three seasons, Maryland is 27-0 
when leading at halftime. With the win over Wake Forest, 

he also moved to 4-7 all-time in games when his team 
has gone into the half trailing with three of those 
four wins coming against NC State. 
■ From an offensive standpoint, Maryland was 
most prolific in the second quarter. In the 
second frame, the Terps scored more 
points (147) than their opponents did 
in the entire first half (11 1). 
■ Defensively, the start 

of each half has been Maryland's 
strength In the first and third 
quarters, opponents averaged 
just 2.9 points per game. 

■ Maryland's 61 points 
against The Citadel were the 

most by a Terrapin team since 

1975, when they beat Virginia, 62-14. 

The 61-0 margin of victory was the 

largest in a game since a 74-13 win 

over Missouri in 1954. 

■ The Terrapins' 39-point second 

quarter against UNC was an ACC 

record for points in a single 

frame. 

■ By beating NC State, 

Maryland ensured that it was 

the only Atlantic Coast 

Conference school that 

Philip Rivers never beat in 

his prolific career. 

■ Prior to 2003, the 
Terrapins had only hit 40 

points in a half once 
since 1980 (42 vs. 
Duke in 2001). The 
m 2003 team did it 
twice (44 vs. The 
Citadel and 45 vs. 
North Carolina). 
■ Maryland's 
home attendance average in 2003 was 51,236. Though 
the Terps' attendance this season ranked 40th nationally 
in terms of raw numbers, as a percentage of capacity, 
Byrd Stadium was third-best in the nation as it exceeded 
its seating capacity (106.6 percent filled this year).' 



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These are the Days 



■ With its win over West Virginia, Maryland has posted 
31 victories over its last three seasons. That three-year 
win total is the best in school history. 

■ Maryland's previous best was when it won 28 games 
in a three-year span, which occurred on three occasions: 
1 974-76, when it went 28-7- 1,1975-77, when it also went 
28-7-1 and 1976-78, when it posted a 28-8 mark. 



■ Maryland equaled a school record set in 1 976 with ! 
wins last season. With a win in the Toyota Gator Bowl, 
joined the teams of 1951, '53, '55 and Friedgen's firs 
year in 2001 as squads to win 10 games. 

■ With its win in the Toyota Gator Bowl, Maryland poste 
its seventh double-digit season win total in progran 
history. 

Terps Among Nation's Elite 

■ From 2001-03, the Maryland football program wa 
among the best in the nation. The Terrapins were 3 1-8 n 
that span with an 18-1 record at home. 

■ The Terrapins are one of eight teams from BC 
conferences to have won at least 30 games in those thre 
years. The others were Oklahoma (35-6), Texas (32-7 
Ohio State (32-7), Miami (35-3), Washington State (30-8| 
LSU (31-9) and Georgia (32-8). Non-BCS schools includi 
Marshall (30-8) and Boise State (33-6). 



End of the Line 



■ A total of 2 1 seniors played their final game as Terrapin, 
in the Toyota Gator Bowl. The class has been one of the 
most successful in Maryland history, posting a 36-1 4 (.720 
record in the last three-plus years. The following is a I 
of those players: 

Name Letters Hometown 



Tosin Abari, DT 


* 


Mt. Rainier, Md. 


Leroy Ambush, LB 


*** 


Frederick, Md 


Lamar Bryant 


*** 


Clinton, Md. 


Jamal Chance, CB 


* 


Ephrata, Pa. 


Curome Cox, CB 


*** 


Arlington, Va. 


Jeff Duqan, TE 


*** 


Allison Park, Pa. 


Eric Dumas, OT 


*** 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Orlando Evans, QB 




Stockton, Calif. 


CJ. Feldheim 


*** 


Hereford, Md. 


Bernie Fiddler, FB 


•• 


Swedesboro, NJ. 


Latrez Harrison, WR 


... 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Andrew Henley, LB 


■• 


Riverdale, Md. 


Leon Joe, LB 


* ** 


Clinton, Md. 


Scott McBnen, QB 


* 


Rockville, Md. 


Bruce Perry, TB 


** * 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Andrew Smith Jr., S 


** 


Fort Meade, Md. 


Scott Smith DE 


»** 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


Ed Tyler C 


* 


Franklmsville, NJ. 


Jafar Williams WR 


*** 


Philadelphia, Pa 


Madieu Williams, FS 


* 


Lanham, Md. 


Dennard Wilson, SS 


*** 


Upper Marlboro, Md 


Just Like A Tortoise 



■ Starting I -2 is never ideal, especially for a team whose 
expectations were as high as Maryland's coming into 2003 . 
But after winning 10 of its last 1 1 games coupled with 
the team's run at the end of last season, maybe it isn t 
such a bad way to start a campaign. 

■ In 2002, the Terps opened 1-2 and then went on to 
win 1 of their last 1 1 games, running off eight in a row 
at one point before dominating Tennessee, 30-3, in th e 
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After a 1-2 start in 03, Maryland finished 
0-3 and headed to a third bowl game in 
i many years. Though interesting, it may 
■ot be irony that the team has again 
ime back from the depths of a slow 

nt Since 1980, Maryland started a 
.•ason 1-2 (or worse| 10 times, 
alph Friedgen has been a coach , 
',i four of those 1 teams 1 1 982 & \ 
-!l4; 2002-03| , The four teams ' 
iedgen was involved with have a 
wiposite record of 38-13 1. 745), while 
le other six finished a combined 1 7- 
'7-1 1.269). 

tunning On Empty 

' It seems like the Maryland corps of 

'inning backs had a different injury to 

intend with all year, from Bruce Perry's 

fikle at the start of the season to Sammy 

laldonados knee to Josh Aliens ankle 

xain prior to the season finale. The one 

ung that the adversity hasn't affected, 

owever, is the one thing that it would 

!e expected to — the team's 

jroduction running with the football 

\ In the last four regular-season 

! ames, the Terrapins ran the ball 

lore effectively than at any point 

I the last three years. In that 

3an, the average rush 

: utput per game was 

•64.8 yards per game. 

. In each of the last 

tree regular-season games, the Terps had a 1 00-yard 

jerformance. and twice the team had a back go over 

00 yards. 

Allen's 257-yard day against Virginia was the top 
jshing performance in theACC last year, the eighth-best 
'i the NCAA and the third-best in Maryland history. 
! Perry's 237-yard effort against Wake Forest was his 
bcond career 200-yard game, with both coming at Wake 
iorest (he posted a career-high 276 in 200 1 , the second- 
est rushing day in school history). 

IflcNificent 

Quarterback Scott McBrien was, at worst, a 
insistent force for the Terps, but since Man/lands win 
iver UNC, the senior was nothing short of outstanding 
; ) leading the Maryland offense, 
i For the season, McBrien had a 1 42.7 efficiency rating, 
mowing for 2,672 yards on l73-for-314 passing while 
ossing 1 9 TDs to go along with six interceptions, fewest 
'y a starter in the ACC. 

i Ironically it seems that a concussion — that had him 
■ out the second half of the Georgia Tech game — was 
lie turning point for McBrien. In the five games that 
'jllowed, his play took a dramatic turn. 

1 In the five games following the setback at Tech [all 
|/ins| he was 79-of-l38 (.572) for 1,362 yards, 13 
buchdowns, one interception and 1 04 yards rushing with 
pur TDs. 

McBrien finished 21-6 as a starter at Maryland. 



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■ In just two seasons of work at Maryland, McBrien 

departed the school with the third-most touchdown 

passes in school history With his TD passes against 

NC State, McBrien took sole possession 

of third, surpassing Neil O'Donnell 

1987-89) with 28. He finished 

with 34 in his career. 

• This year's UNC 

game was one of the 
finest of McBrien's 
career, as he 
completed 1 5 of 25 
passes for a then- 
career-high 349 
yards, four 

touchdowns (also a 
career high) and no 
interceptions. He 
also rushed for a 
pair of 

touchdowns, 
tying his career best. 
Impressively, the huge 
numbers came in just three 
quarters of work. 
■ That was surpassed only by 
his 381 passing yards on a 21- 
for-33 day with three 
touchdowns. 
■ For the second-straight season, McBrien 
threw for three touchdowns against Clemson It was the 
first time he had done so in 2003, but he went on to 
throw for three TDs or more three other times (vs. UNC, 
Wake Forest and the Gator Bowl vs. West Virginia). 
■ Against Eastern Michigan, McBrien threw for 252 
yards and a TD on 1 4-of- 1 9 passing while completing 
8 of 9 passes in the second half to rally the Terps. 




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tear in his left knee), Suter still managed to become one 
of four Terrapins to earn first team AII-ACC recognition. 

■ A year after tying the NCAA record for punt returns for 
a touchdown in a season (4), Suter notched his first of 
2003 by breaking tackles and then bursting free for a 75- 
yard jaunt against The Citadel. He added an exciting 76- 
yard punt return for touchdown in the Toyota Gator Bowl 
early in the second quarter. 

■ Suter also owns the Maryland career record for punt 
returns for a touchdown with six. 

■ Against UNC, Suter tied for the team lead with a career- 
high tying four receptions for 72 yards (he had a diving 
grab called back that would have put him over the century 
mark) and nearly had his first kick return for a TD with a 
67-yarder. He also made a diving catch to give the Terps 
a two-point conversion that tied the game at 1 4 early in 
the second quarter. 

■ At Eastern Michigan, he posted a game-high four 
receptions for 84 yards, including a 45-yarder before 
halftime that set up a Nick Novak field goal. 

■ With 42 punt return yards in the regular-season game 
against West Virginia, Suter became Maryland's all-time 
leader in punt return yardage with 922. He enters 2004 
with 1 , 1 08 and stands just 83 yards from the all-time ACC 
mark (Ledel George, NCSU, 1,191). 

Ac tion Jackson 



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Mr. Versatility 




After making his mark by tying the NCAA 
record for punt returns for a touchdown in a 
season in 2002 and setting the career record for 
punt return yardage in 2003, some pundits 
viewed Steve Suter primarily as a returns 
specialist. As time has gone on, however, 
Suter's touches have come in returns, 
receiving and rushing, giving 
the Terps a breakaway threat 
from all angles. 

■ Finishing his second year as 
a regular at wide receiver and on 
special teams, Suter brought an 
explosiveness unparalleled at 
Maryland the last few years, 
that time, he has averaged 
15.4 yards per touch 
whether it be rushing, 
receiving or in the 
returns game. 

■ Despite 
playing nearly " 
the entire season on an injured knee (probable meniscus 



■ In his first season as a starter at middle linebacker, 
sophomore D'Qwell Jackson looked more like his 
predecessor EJ. Henderson than a first-time starter. 

■ Jackson led the team and was seventh in the Atlantic 
Coast Conference with an average of 10.2 tackles per 

outing (132 total). 
/// ^ • In addition to his tackle totals, 

^Jackson posted 7.5 TFLs, 2.5 sacks, two 
nterceptions (one returned for a 
touchdown), two pass breakups, 
10 QB hurries, one forced 
fumble and one blocked kick. 
■ Jackson led the Terrapins 
n tackles in seven of 13 
games this year. He has had 
eight games with double- 
digit tackles (nine career). 
• Jackson just missed 
the record for tackles by a 
sophomore at Maryland. The 
record holder is Ratcliff Thomas, 
who notched 137 in 1994. 
■ In his first return to his home 
state as a collegian, Jackson was 
easily the Terps' player of the game 
against Florida State. He finished 
with 1 1 tackles (five solo) 

Vand a forced fumble, but 
J big plays were what 
helped him make his 
mark. On FSU's first 
offensive play, he 
stepped in front of Chris Rix's 
intended receiver, came up with the interception and 
rumbled 58 yards — running through Rix along the way 
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game. Later in the quarter he broke through the line on 

special teams and blocked a Xavier Beitia field goal 

attempt to momentarily help the Terps maintain a 1 0-7 

lead. 

• In his debut as Maryland's starter against Northern 

Illinois, Jackson led the team with 15 tackles (eight 

unassisted), a TFL and three QB hurries. 

Depth And Experien ce 



a game |and finished the regular-season at almost 380 
ypg| to just 156. West Virginia finished with 241 yards in 
the Toyota Gator Bowl 

The Four Corners 




■ Last year's Maryland squad was easily the deepest and 
most experienced of any during Ralph Friedgen's three- 
year tenure in College Park. It is one thing that could be 
cited for the team's ability to regroup in its final two games 
— both on the road — and overcome double-digit deficits 

■ The 2003 edition of the Terrapins featured 2 1 seniors, 
a stark contrast to the 02 Terps, a team with just 1 
seniors. Of the 10 seniors on the 2002 roster, just six 
were starters at season's end. 

■ 1 2 seniors were listed atop the chart at their respective 
positions at the end of the season. 

Terps 1 2th In Scoring Defense 

■ After an uncharacteristically slow start in its first two 
games, the Terrapin defense spent the rest of the season 
looking like the same group that has been one of the top 
units in the country over the last three years. 

■ The Terp defense finished the season 
ranked sixth in the nation in scoring 
defense 1 1 5 9 ppg) and 1 5th in the NCAA 
in total defense (308.4 ypg). The team 
ranked first in the ACC in both categories. 

■ Since 2001, only one school — 
Georgia — has ranked higher nationally 
each season in scoring defense than 
Maryland 

■ Only four opponents scored more 
than 20 points against the Terps in 2003. 

■ Ranked in the nation's top 20 in 
scoring defense each of the three years 
since Gary Blackney took the reins of 
the defense, Maryland has yet to see a 
year under his watch where opponents 
average more than 20 points per game. 

■ The Terps held opponents scoreless in 
30 quarters in '02, second-most of any 
team in Division l-A football (Kansas State 
led the nation with 34). In 1 3 games last 
year, the Terps held their opposition 
scoreless in 26 quarters. 

■ Maryland held Virginia, one of the 
conference's premier offenses, to just 1 86 
passing yards, 1 08 rushing yards and 1 7 
points. Matt Schaub completed 50 
percent of his passes, more than 20 
percent below his average coming into 
the game. 

■ The Terrapins held Clemson to 10 
yards rushing and seven points while 
intercepting Charlie Whitehurst twice 
(Whitehurst came into the game with just 
three interceptions for the season). 

■ Against West Virginia in the regular- 
season matchup, the Terps held an 
offense that entered averaging 366 yards 



• Once a liability at Maryland, the defensive backfield 
has been a strength for the Terrapins since 2001. 
Following the Gator Bowl, the Terps ranked 12th 
nationally and first in the ACC in pass defense, giving up 
an average of just 1 79.0 yards through the air per game. 

■ Described by Ralph Friedgen as four players with 
great character corners Curome Cox, Domonique 
Foxworth, along with safeties Dennard Wilson and 
Madieu Williams also brought extraordinary skill to the 
table. All four players started in 2002 and all four have 
spent at least some portion of their collegiate career at 
cornerback, giving the team one of the most versatile 
secondaries in the country 

■ Maryland was the only school in the ACC to put all 
four of its defensive backs on the list of all-conference 
performers last year, as Williams and Foxworth were 
named to the league's second team, while Cox and Wilson 
were honorable-mention selections. No other school had 
more than two defensive backs on the list. 

■ Cox and Wilson finished T6th in the ACC in passes 
defensed with 13 Cox moved into a tie for seventh on 



the Maryland all-time interceptions list with 1 
interception in the end zone against NC State, the C 
of his career. 

■ Between them, Maryland's starting defensive bin* 
brought 1 29 career starts, 27 interceptions and 98 pa 
breakups. 

■ The Terrapins were the only school this year to hqj 
the ACC's top passer, Philip Rivers, without a touchdcv 
pass. They also held Rivers to season lows in completio 1 
(16) and completion percentage (.533). 

■ Maryland held four opponents this season below 1 1>, 
yards passing, including 86 by West Virginia in the Toyc 
Gator Bowl. 

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The Terps 2003 secondary: Dennard Wilson, Domonique Foxworth, Curome Cox 
and Madieu Williams. (Photo courtesy Baltimore Sunj. 



• Placekicker Nick Novak came on midway throuclj 
the 2001 season and now, just a junior, is wide! 
considered one of the nation's premier kickers. 

■ Starting with his game-tying kick at Georgia Tech irl 
1 , Novak has made 58 of his last 69 field goal attempa 
(85%), with four of the 1 1 misses coming from 50 yarj 
or further and one being a block. 

■ A semifinalist for last year's Lou Groza Award, Novakd 
22-of-29 on field goal attempts last season. Just one I 
the six misses came from inside 40 yards 

■ With his game-winning 43-yard field goal at NC Stattl 
Novak became the all-time leading sccrj| 
in Maryland history, surpassing the 3(1 
points of Jess Atkinson (1981-84). 

■ Novak is currently fourth in ACl 
history with 324 points and needs jul 
three to break the mark of FSU's Seal 
Bentley (326). 

■ Novak tied the Maryland schol 
record with a 54-yard field goal again, | 
Duke last year. The kick tied the mark s 
more than 30 years ago by Steve Mikl 
Mayer (Sept. 29, 1973). 

■ A first team AII-ACC pick in 20C| 
and 2003. Novak was sixth in the NCI 
and first in the ACC with an average J 
I 85 field goals per game. 

■ Novak has hit the only threl 
game-winning attempts of career, beatinl 
Georgia Tech in 2001 and NC State J 
2002 and 03. 

• The Charlottesville, Va., nativJ 
has made 64 percent (7-of-l I) of hi 
attempts for his career from 50 yards J 
further. 



Off On The Right Foot 

■ Attempting to fill the shoes J 
your school's all-time leading punter i: I 
daunting task. With his first reguic 
season as Maryland's starting punte 
behind him, however, redshirt freshm t 
Adam Podlesh seemed unphased. 

■ Podlesh averaged 42.3 yards pf 
punt, 36th-best in the NCAA and thrt 
best in the ACC. He also helped the Tera 
to the 27th-best net average in the natm 
at 37.9 yards per punt. 



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' On 53 punts last year, Podlesh dropped 42 percent 
2) inside the opponents 20-yard line. 

Podlesh posted the fifth-best average in school history 
id best by a freshman 

In being named a second team AII-ACC selection at 
jnter. Podlesh became the first freshman in school 
story to be recognized by the league. 
.' Podlesh was a big part of the Terps' win at NC State, 
■veraging 46.0 yards on five kicks with a long of 57 and 
i/o inside the opponent's 20-yard line, 
i Punting into the wind on five of seven attempts against 
lemson, Podlesh averaged 4 1 yards per kick with three 
jing out inside the 1 5 and one going out at the Tiger 
yard line. He earned ACC Specialist of the Week honors 
f his performance. 

; In front of the fourth-largest crowd in Florida State 
story, Podlesh averaged 43.7 yards per punt on seven 
cks with a long of 52 and three downed inside the 
i?minoles' 20-yard line. 

i On eight punts against Northern Illinois, Podlesh 
i/eraged 45.4 yards per kick, leaving four punts inside 
le 20 and one inside the 10. He also had a booming 
i3-yard effort, the longest by a Terrapin in more than 
ivo years. 

lyrd-fection 



; With Maryland's win over Virginia on Nov. 13, the Terps 
liished the 2003 season with a perfect 6-0 record at 
'Ome, marking the second time in Ralph Friedgen's 
hree-year tenure that the team has finished its home 
ate unblemished. The Terps are 19-1 at Byrd Stadium in 
hedgens three years, and open 2004 with an 1 1-game 
iome winning streak. 

; In 111 seasons of football, Maryland has finished 
Indefeated at home 19 times. Just seven of those 
Iccasions, however, have come since 1950 |when Byrd 
radium opened) and it has happened just three times 
nee 1975 |I976,2001 and 2003). 
I The Terrapins' 6-0 mark is a tie for the second-best 
word at home in school history. The 1 976 team was 
|so 6-0, only to be trumped by the 2001 team, which 
j'on all of its games on a seven-game home slate. 
I 

1 25-Year Ho lliday 



f 



: "Voice of the Terps Johnny Holliday celebrated his 

|lver anniversary with Maryland in 2003, as the 

roadcaster had his 25th season as the key cog in the 

|;rp broadcast team. 

j With a long list of 

lr edentials that includes 

overing numerous 

lummer and winter 

'Hympics and the 

testers, the Terps' 

lirector of broadcasting 

lay be best known to 

i3me fans from his days 

s a disc jockey in Johnny Holliday 

leveland, work which 

jltimately landed him in that town's Rock & Roll Hall of 

ame and most recently |Oct. 5) in the Radio & Television 

roadcasters Hall of Fame. 






INDIVIDUAL HONORS 



Ralph Friedgen, Head Coach Nick Novak, PK 



No I "Often. Genius" in Nation 
3rd among rations top coaches 
ACC', Best Strategist 
TopX's & OS Coach 



Kirk Herbstreit, ESPN 
Cdlepefo ottxiln em.co m 
Street & Smith s 
Sports Illustra ted 



Gary Blackney, Def. Coordinator 

No 2 "Def. Wizard" i n Nation Kirk He rbstreit, ESPN 

Josh Allen, TB 

ACCCo-Off Back of the Week 



C.J. Brooks, G 

ACC 



No. 16-rated G in Nation^ 



AII-ACC first Tea m 
The Spor t ing N ews 



Hon. Mention Preseason All-American 



Street & Smith's 



Lamar Bryant, G 



No. 8-rated G in Nation 



Undy's 



No. 7 PL " Rising Star" Coll eqefootballnews.com 
Hon. Mention Preseason AIIAmerican Street & Smith's 



Curome Cox. CB 



ACC 



AII-ACC Honorable Mention 



Hon. Mention Preseason AlfAmencan 



Street & Smith's 



Jeff Dugan. TE 

ACC 



AII-ACC Second Team 



ACC 



AII-ACC Academic Selection 



No 1 6-rated TE in Nation 



The Sporting News 



Kevin Eli. PE 



ACC 



AII-ACC Second Team 



C J. Feldheim. PT 



ACC 



AII-ACC Academic Selection 



Domonique FoKworth, JeB 

ACC AII-ACC Second Team 

The Sporting News 



No. 8-rated CB in Nation 



No. 13-rated CB in Nation 

Hon. Mention Preseason AIIAmerican 



Lindys 



Street & Smith's 



"Watch List" 



Jim Thorpe Award 



P'Qwell Jackson. LB 



ACC 



AII-ACC Second Team 



Wesley Jefferson. LB 



No. 3-rated Freshman LB in Nation 



Street & Smith's 



No. 7 Impact Freshman in Nation 



Kirk H erbstreit. ESPN 



Leon Joe, LB 



No. 10-ratedlLB in Nation 



Hon Mention Preseason AltAmencan 



Street & Smiths 



Scott McBrien. QB 



Most Valuable Player 2004 Gator Bowl 



No 24-rated QB in Nation 



Lindys 



Hon. Mention Preseason All-American Street & Smiths 



'Watch List" 



Davey O'Brien Award 



Shawne Merriman. LEO 

ACC Def. Lineman of the Week Oct. 6 /vs. Clemsonl 



ACC 



AII-ACC First Team 



ACC 



AII-ACC Academic Selection 



2003 Semifmalist 



Lou Groza Award 



No 5-rated PK in Nation 
No. 6-rated PK in Nation 



Undy's 



The Sporting News 



Hon Mention Preseason AllVVnencan Street & Smiths 

Hon Men Preseason AIIAmer Collegefootballnews com 



A CC Sp ecialist of the Week 
ACC Specialist of the Week 
A CC Specialist of the We ek 



Sept. 15 Ivs. Otadell 



Oct. 13 Ivs. Dukej 



Nov. 3 Ivs. UNCI 



Bruce Perry, TB 



_N_a_7-rated RB in Nation 
No 1 2 rated RB in Nation 



No 7 Heisman On the Radar" List 



Lindys 
The SportingNews 
The Sp o rting New s 

Streets, Smiths 

ACC Co-Offensive Back of the Week Dec. > Ivs. Wake) 

Adam Podlesh. P 



Hon. Mention Preseason All-Amencan 



ACC 



AII-ACC Second Team 



ACC 



2003 Semifinalist 



AII-AC C Academ ic Selection 
Ray Guy Awa rd 



ACC Specialist of the Week 



Oct 6 Ivs. Cle msonl 



Kyle Schmitt, C 



ACC 



AII-ACC Honorable Mention 



ACC 



AII-ACC Academic Selection 



"Watch List" 



Riminnton Award 



Randy Starks. PT 



The Sportin g News 



Second Team All-Amencan 



Rivals.com 



Honorable Mention All-Amencan 



ACC 



AII-ACC First Team 



Preseas on ACC De fensive Player of Year 



ESPN.com 



No. 5 "Enforcer" IDT) in Nation 
No 5-rated DT in Nation 



Kirk Herbstreit, ESPN 
The Sporting News 



No. 7-rated DT in Nation 



Lindys 



No. 6 1 on preseason Top 1 00 ESPN the Magazine 

Hon. Mention Preseason AlfAmencan Street & Smith's 



ACC Def. Lineman of the Week Nov. 1 7 Ivs. Virginia! 
ACC Def. Lineman of the Week Nov. 21 Ivs. NC State! 



Steve Suter. WR/KR 



ACC 



AII-ACC First Team 



ACC 



AII-ACC Academic Selection 



2nd team Preseason All-Amer. KR 
3rd team Preseason All-Amer. KR 



The Sporting News 
Street & Smith's 



3rd team Pre. All-Amer. KR Collegefootballnews.com 
Collegefootballnews. com 
The Sporting News 



3rd team Pre. All-Amer. PR 
No. 2-rated KR in Nation 



No. 1 0-rated All-Purpose in Nation 



Lindys 



-- Madieu Williams, FS 



ACC 



AII-ACC Second Team 



No. 2 "Center Fielder" in Nation 
No. 1 1 on preseason Top 1 00 
No. 3-rated FS in Nation 



Kirk Herbstreit, ESPN 
ESPN the Magazine 
The Sporting News 



No. 3-rated "Rising Star" DB 
No. 8-rated Safety in Nation 



Collegefootballnews. com 
Lindys 



Hon Men. Preseason AHAroer 



Collegefbottiallnews.com 



"Watch List' 



Bronko Naqurski Award 



"Watch List" 



Jim Thorpe Award 



ACC Defensive Back of the Week Dec. 1 Ivs. Wake! 



Pennard Wilson. SS 



ACC 



AII-ACC Honorable Mention 



ACC 



AII-ACC Academic Selection 



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2003 SEASON STATISTICS 



Results 




fffFCOffD OVERALL 


HOME 


AWAY 


NEUTRAL 


ALL GAMES 10 3 


6-0 




3-3 


1-0 




CONFERENCE 6-2 


4-0 




2-2 


0-0 




NON-CONFERENCE 4-1 


2-0 




1-1 


1-0 




Date Opponent 


Score 


W/L 


Overall Conf 


Time 


Attend 


Auq 28, 2003 at Northern Illinois |FSN| 


13-20 


L-OT 


0-1-0 0-0-0 


3:21 


28.018 


Sep 06, 2003 at #10 Florida State* IESPN2] 10-35 


L 


0-2-0 0-1-0 


3:27 


82,885 


Sep 13,2003 THE CITADEL 


61-0 


W 


1-2-0 0-1-0 


2:48 


51,594 


Sep 20, 2003 WEST VIRGINIA 


34-7 


W 


2-2-0 0-1-0 


2:45 


SI 97 i 


Sep 27, 2003 at Eastern Michiqan 


37-13 


W 


3-2-0 0-1-0 


2 SO 


19,628 


Oct 04, 2003 CLEMSON* |ABC| 


21-7 


W 


4-2-0 1-1-0 


3 15 


51.545 


Oct II, 2003 DUKE* 


33-20 


W 


5-2-0 2-1-0 


3:16 


50,084 


Oct 23, 2003 at Georqia Tech* |ESPN| 


3-7 


L 


5-3-0 2-2-0 


3:07 


SI.S24 


Nov 1 , 2003 NORTH CAROLINA* |JP| 


59-21 


W 


6-3-0 3-2-0 


3:15 


51,195 


Nov 13. 2003 VIRGINIA* IESPNI 


27-17 


W 


7-3-0 4-2-0 


3:02 


51.027 


Nov 22. 2003 at NC State* |ABC| 


26-24 


W 


8-3-0 5-2-0 


3:30 


S3, 800 


Nov 29, 2003 at Wake Forest* |ESPN| 


41-28 


W 


9-3-0 6-2-0 


3:12 


18 78 3 


Jan 01, 2004 vs. West Virqinia 1 (NBC) 


41-7 


W 


10-3-0 6-2-0 


8 10 


78 802 


* denotes Atlantic Coast Conference name; 1 - Gator Bowl /Jacksonville, Fla. 


Team Statistics 


TEAM STATISTICS 


UD 




OPP 






SCORING 


406 




206 






Points Per Game 


31.2 




IS 8 






FIRST DOWNS 


280 




210 






Rushmq 


132 




85 






Passing 


130 




104 






Penalty 


18 




21 






RUSHING YARDAGE 


2,487 




1,682 






Vards qained rushmq 


2.757 




2,070 






Yards lost rushlnq 


270 




388 






Rushmq Attempts 


552 




481 






Averaqe Per Rush 


4.5 




3 5 






Averaqe Per Game 


191.3 




129.4 






TDs Rushmq 


24 




15 






PASSING YARDAGE 


2,995 




2,327 






An-Comp-lnl 


it, 1 2(10-7 




368-185-12 






Averaqe Per Pass 


8.3 




6.3 






Averaqe Per Catch 


15.0 




1 2 6 






Averaqe Per Game 


230.4 




179.0 






TDs Passmq 


20 




10 






TOTAL OFFENSE 


5,482 




4.009 






Total Plays 


913 




849 






Averaqe Per Play 


6.0 




4.7 






Averaqe Per Game 


42i ; 




308.4 






KICK RETURNS ff-YARDS 


24-550 




51-1,071 






PUNT RETURNS -" YARDS 


50-537 




26-230 






INT RETURNS: ff-YARDS 


1 2-1 72 




7-63 






KICK RETURN AVERAGE 


22.9 




21 






PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 


10 7 




8.8 







INT RETURN AVERAGE 


14.3 


9.0 




FUMBLES-LOST 


30-11 


13-7 




PENALTIES-YARDS 


82697 


81-623 




Averaqe Per Game 


53.6 


47.9 




PUNTS-YARDS 


53-2,241 


88 2 454 




Average Per Punt 


42.3 


39.2 




Net punt averaqe 


37.9 


33 1 




TIME O' POSSESSION GAME 


31:04 


28 52 




3RD DOWN CONVERSIONS 


84/184 


68/190 




3rd-Down Pet 


46 


36% 




4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 


6/8 


7/18 




4th-Down Pel 


75% 


39*, 




SACKS BY-YARDS 


35-270 


20132 




MISC YARDS 





25 




TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 


48 


27 




FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 




6-11 




PAT-ATTEMPTS 




26 26 




ATTENDANCE 


307,418 


254,638 




Games/Avg Per Game 


6/5! 236 


6/42,440 




SCORE BY QTRS 1st 




CV 


Tool 


Maryland 93 


147 97 


69 


406 


Opponents 38 


.73 38 


50 7 


206 



Bushing 



Player 


G 


Att 


Cain 


Loss 


Net 


Avq 


TD 


l«f 


Avq', 


Josh Allen 


13 


186 


957 


35 


922 


50 


8 


80 


70. 


Bruce Perry 


10 


147 


741 


28 


713 


4.9 


6 


80 


71. 


Sammy Maldonado 


7 


51 


306 


1 


305 


6.0 


3 


31 


43. 


Si i.41 McBnen 


13 


82 


375 


116 


259 


3.2 


6 


43 


19. 


Rich Parson 


11 


9 


97 





97 


10.8 





29 


8. 


Mario Merrills 


4 


23 


90 


4 


86 


3.7 


1 


9 


21.! 


J.P Humber 


4 


14 


68 





68 


49 





16 


17.1 


Steve Sutei 


12 


7 


58 





58 


8.3 





24 


4.1 


Dan Melendez 


12 


2 


22 





22 


11.0 





14 


1 ! 



JoJo Walker 


13 


4 


11 





11 


2 8 





4 


os 


Maurice Smith 


12 


1 


6 





6 


60 





6 


09 


Derrick Fenner 


10 


1 


5 





5 


5.0 





5 


C 


Jafar Williams 


9 


1 


3 





3 


3.0 





3 


03 


Drew Weatherly 


4 


1 


1 





1 


1.0 





I 


01 


Joel Statham 


6 


9 


11 


28 


-17 


-1.9 





4 


2 a 


Orlando Evans 


5 


6 


6 


40 


-34 


-5.7 





6 


-68] 


Total 


13 


552 


2,757 


270 


2,487 


4.5 


24 


80 


191 ? 



Opponents 


13 


481 2,070 388 


1,682 


3.5 


15 


74 


129 * 


Passing 


Player 


G 


Ettic AttCmpInt 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 


Lq 


Avg/C 


Scott McBnen 


13 


142.72 314-173-6 


55.1 


2,672 


19 


69 


205 


Joel Statham 


6 


92.42 25-12-1 


48.0 


156 





35 


26 ( 



Orlando Evans 


5 


146.78 


21-IW 


66.7 


161 


1 


62 32 ?■ 


Latrez Harrison 


13 


150 40 


1-1-C 


100 


6 





6 oM 


Total 


13 


139.50 


361-200- 7 


55.4 


2,995 


20 


69 230.4 1 


Opponents 


13 


105.83 


368-185-12 


50.3 


2,327 


10 


70 179.0 


Receiving 


Player 


G 


No 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 


Lq Avq/G 


Litre; Harrison 


13 


39 


558 


14.3 


6 


49 


42.9 


Steve Suter 


12 


29 


471 


16.2 


1 


45 


39.2 


JoJo Walker 


13 


23 


324 


14.1 


3 


67 


24.9 


Rich Parson 


II 


17 


310 


18.2 


1 


42 


28.2 


Josh Allen 


13 


14 


220 


15.7 


1 


43 


16.9 


Jafar Williams 


9 


14 


201 


14.4 


3 


41 


22.3 


Jeff Din j. in 


13 


14 


175 


12.5 





26 


13.5 


Derrick Fenner 


10 


12 


334 


27.8 


2 


69 


33.4 


Dan Melendez 


12 


9 


136 


15.1 


2 


44 


11.3 


Bruce Perry 


10 


8 


42 


5.2 





28 


4.2 


Bernie Fiddler 


12 


7 


58 


8.3 





19 


4.8 


Vernon Davis 


13 


5 


59 


11.8 





28 


4.5 


Maurice Smith 


12 


2 


25 


125 





18 


2.1 


Rob Abiamiri 


13 


2 


12 


60 





8 


09 


Derek Miller 


13 


2 


10 


5.0 


1 


8 


0.8 


Curtis Williams 


13 


1 


35 


35.0 





35 


2.7 


Sammy Maldonado 


7 


1 


16 


16.0 





16 


2.3 


Scott McBrien 


13 


1 


9 


9.0 





9 


0.7 


Total 


13 


200 


2,995 


15.0 


20 


69 


230.4 


Opponents 


13 


185 


2,327 


12.6 


10 


70 


179.0 


Punt Returns 














Player 


No. 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 


Long 






Steve Suter 


37 


334 


9.0 


2 


76 






JoJo Walker 


9 


122 


13.6 





36 






Rich Parson 


3 


81 


27.0 





51 






Total. 


50 


537 


10.7 


2 


76 






Opponents 


26 


230 


8.8 


1 


83 






Interceptions 


Player 


No. 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 


Long 






Domonique Foxworth 


3 


64 


21.3 


1 


44 






Madieu Williams 


3 


10 


3.3 





6 






D'Qwell lackson 


2 


58 


29.0 


1 


58 






i urome( ox 


2 


2 


1.0 





2 






Andrew Smith 


1 


15 


15.0 





15 







Iron loe 

Total 

Opponents 



Kick Returns 



23 



230 



23 



12 



172 

63 



Player 

Steve Suter 
loJo Walker 
Latrez Harrison 
Rich Parson 
Total 
Opponents 



No. 
15 

6_ 

2_ 

!_ 

24 
51 



Yds 
351 
135 

45_ 

19_ 

550 
1,071 



14.3 
9.0 



Avg 

7 ■' ' 
22 5 
22.5 
19 
22.9 
21.0 



2 


58 





32 




TD 


Long 





67 





28 





31 





19 





67 


1 96 



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&&k 




(coring 


















layer 


TD 


FGs 


Kick 


Rush 


Rev 


Pass 


DXP 


Saf Points 


n-k Novak 





24 12 


S842 


00 





0-0 





110 


istl Allen 


9 


0-0 


00 


00 





0-0 





54 


jce Perry 


6 


00 


0-0 


00 


1 


00 





38 


ott McBrien 


6 


OO 


00 


oo 





2-2 





36 


>trez Harrison 


6 


0-0 


0-0 


00 





0-0 





'0 36 


' ;ve Suter 


3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


1 


oo 





20 


far Williams 


3 


0-0 





0-0 





oo 





18 


immy Maldonado 


3_ 








00 


0_ 


0-0 





18 



Total Offense 






Player 


G 


Plays 


Rush 


Scott McBrien 


13 


396 


?59 


Josh Allen 


13 


186 


922 


Bruce Perry 


10 


147 


713 


Sammy Maldonado 


7 


51 


305 


Joel Statham 


6 


34 


-17 


Orlando Evans 


5 


27 


-34 


Total 


13 


913 


2,487 


Opponents 


13 


849 


1,682 



Pass 

2,672 

0_ 



0_ 

156 

161 

2,995 

2,327 



Total 


Avg/G 


2,931 


225 5 


927 


70 9 


713 


/I 8 


305 


43 6 


139 


232 


127 


25.4 


5,482 


421.7 


4,009 


308.4 



lo Walker 


3 


0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


IJ 


I) 








18 


in Mdendez 


2 





0-0 


0-0 





oo 








12 


■nner 


2 


oo 


oo 


oo 





0-0 








12 


■rek Miller 




0-0 


0-0 


oo 





0-0 








6 


ano Merrills 




0-0 


oo 


0-0 





0-0 








6 


Qwell lackson 




0-0 


oo 


oo 





oo 








6 


ch Parson 







oo 


0-0 














6 


imonique Foxworth 




0-0 


0-0 


0-0 














6 



No. 

53 



in Ennis 
ital 



0-0 



44 



0-0 



0-0 



48 24-32 42-46 



0-0 



pponents 



27 6-11 26-26 



0-1 



2-2 

0-0 



406 
206 



Punting 

PUNTING 

Adam Podlesh 

Opponents 88 

Field Goals 

FIELD GOALS FGMFGA 

Nick Novak 24 32 

Novak <areer 64-85 



Yds 


Avg 


Long 


TB 


FC 


50 + 


2,241 


42.3 


63 


5 


5 


8 


3,454 


39.2 


58 


6 





12 



120 Blkd 
22 
16 1 




ill-Purpose 



FG SEQUENCE 

Northern Illinois 



ayer 

eve Suter 



Rush 



Rec 



PR 



KOR 



IR Tot Avg/G 



58 



471 



ill 



S51 



1,214 1012 



Florida State 
The Citadel 



Maryland 



J44J_ 



Opponents 

V L25J.43 



28 



|31|.|38|. |2I|,|42| 



sh Allen 



922 



220 



1,142 87,8 West Vir q' nia 



52.|4I1,|32| 



uce Perry 



10 



713 



42 



~jj ^jj jtt Eastern Michigan 



I") 



|42j [25] 



558 



45 



603 46,4 



Clemson 



48 



48 



:jo Walker 


13 


11 


324 


122 


135 





592 45,5 


"ch Parson 


11 


97 


310 


81 


19 





507 46,1 


jerrick Fenner 


10 


5 


334 











339 33.9 


»mmv Maldonado 


7 


305 


16 











321 45.9 


[ott McBrien 


13 


259 


9 











268 20.6 


far Williams 


9 


3 


201 











204 22.7 


ffDuqan 


13 





175 











175 13.5 


•an Melendez 


12 


22 


136 











158 13.2 


rtal 


13 


2,487 


2,995 


537 


550 


172 


6,741 518.5 


pponents 


13 


1,682 


2,327 


230 


1071 


63 


5,373 413.3 



Duke 



(54}.[34[,40J3I],[48J 



Geo rgia Tech 



39.135,1 



North Carolina 



[24),|20|,|46| 



Virginia 



I33|.47,|45| 



J4JL 



NC State 



[29j,|43] 



Wake Forest 



41 



M.I32I 



West Virginia 



|26|,51,35,(24| 



Numbers in |parentheses| indicate field goal was made. 



Bloc ked Kicks 



Curtis Williams (FG vs Northern Illinois. Punt vs Wake Forestl 



defensive Statistics 



D'Qwell Jackson [FG vs Florida State) 







1- 


Tackles— 


1 


| Sacks 


|-Pass Def- 


-1 


| — Fumbles — 






CFENSIVE LEADERS 


GP 


Solo 


Ast 


Total 


TFL/Ydl 


No-Vds 


Int-Yds 


BrUp 


QBH 


Rcv-Yds FF Bll 


Sa 




! D'Qwell Jackson 


13 


90 


46 


136 


7.5-27 


2 5 17 


2-58 


2 


It 




1 1 




! Leon Joe 


13 


69 


43 


112 


5.5-21 


1.0-8 


1 23 


1 


c 




1 






1) Madieu Williams 


13 


61 


26 


8/ 






3-10 


6 




l-C 


2 






' Randy Starks 


13 


39 


35 


74 


14.5-69 


7.5-57 




3 


1 




1 






1 Kevin Eli 


13 


26 


29 


85 


1 1 0-58 


5.5-50 




1 


1. 










i Shawne Memman 


13 


40 


15 


85 


9,5-59 


8,5-58 




3 


1. 


2-C 








1 Leroy Ambush 


13 


38 


15 


S3 


4015 


105 










1 






i Dennard Wilson 


13 


36 


11 


47 


2.5-7 






12 






1 






Domonique Foxworth 


13 


38 


6 


44 






3-64 


6 




1-0 






> CJ. Feldheim 


13 


20 


23 


43 


3 5-13 


2.5-12 




2 




1-0 






) Curome Cox 


12 


32 


3 


40 


305 




2-2 


11 












> Jamahl Cochran 


13 


25 


13 


38 


15-7 


1.5-7 
















i William Kershaw 


11 


18 


7 


25 


1.01 








- 










Andrew Henley 


13 


17 


7 


24 








1 




2-C 


. 






1 Andrew Smith 


13 


19 


4 


23 


2032 


2 32 


1-15 


5 












1 Jamal Chance 


13 


9 


5 


14 


2.07 


0.54 
















i Henry Scott 


9 


6 


3 


14 


3.0-13 


1.07 
















Tosin Aoan 


13 


5 


8 


13 










c 










1 Scon Smith 


4 


6 


6 


12 


1.09 


1.09 






- 










Chris Kelley 


13 


8 


4 


12 


5-2 


0.5-2 




1 












Robert Armstrong 


12 


6 


6 


12 




















1 Reggie Holmes 


6 


7 


5 


12 








1 












> Raymond CustJs 


13 


7 


2 


9 




















> Curtis Williams 


13 


5 


4 


9 




















Vernon Davis 


13 


8 




8 




















> Conrad Bolston 


10 


4 


3 


7 


2.0-5 


1.03 
















) Onnie Onwuemene 


II 


6 


1 


7 




















Jon Condo 


13 


3 


2 


5 




















Ricardo Dickerson 


12 


2 


2 


4 














1 






) Maunce Smith 


12 


2 


1 


3 




















1 Steve Suter 


12 


3 




3 




















1 Jeris Smith 


1 


1 


1 


2 




















i Demck Fenner 


10 


2 




2 




















> David Holloway 


2 


2 




2 




















i Josh Wilson 


11 


2 




2 




















i Adam Podlesh 


13 


2 




2 




















Chns Choice 


4 


1 


1 


2 




















Total 


13 


671 


349 


1020 


74-350 


35-270 


12-172 


55 


72 


7-0 8 3 


. 


Opponents 


13 


543 


377 


920 


60-219 


20-132 


7 63 


37 




11-25 19 1 






D Qwell Jackson led the team with 136 tackles. 



Game-By Game 
Tackle Leaders 



Opponent Solos 



Assists 



Total 



at Nil) 


Jackson 8 


Jackson, 
Joe 7 


Jackson 15 


atFSU 
Citadel 


r —u n 


i i / 


Joe 12 
Jackson 6 


Jackson 7 


Feldheim, 
Starks 2 


wvu 


Jackson 10 


Joe 5 


Jackson 12 



at EMU 



Jackson 9 Jackson 7 



Jackson 16 



Clemson 


Jackson 9 


Joe, Eli, 
M.Williams3 


Jackson 1 


Duke 


Jackson 8 


Eli 6 


Jackson 1 2 


at Ga Tech 


Joe 9 


Jackson 6 


Joe 14 


UNC 


M.Williams. 
Foxworth 5 


Ambush, Joe, 
D.Wilson 2 


5 tied with 5 


Virqinia 


Cox 8 


M.Williams 4 


M.WIIiams 1 1 


at NC State 


Jackson 9 


Joe 5 


Jackson 1 1 



at W. Forest M. Williams 9 M.Williams. 
Feldheim 4 



vs. WVU Jackson 8 



Jackson, 
M.Williams 4 



M.Williams 13 



Jackson 12 



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^8 







OFFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME STAT! 



Bushing 



TC-Yds./TD 



at No Illinois 



01 Perry 



dnp-mj 



87 McBrien 



9-17/0 



#8 Merrills 



#11 Evans 



#20 Humber 



dnt 



dnrxd 



dnp-cd 



022 Parson 



1-10/0 



029 Maldonado 



033 Allen 



4-19/0 



20-67 / 1 



at Florida State 



10-32/0 



4-22/0 



dnt 



3-l-23| /0 



0-0/0 



1-0/0 



941/0 



2-1/0 



The Citadel 



dnp-mj 



5-15/1 



13-42/1 



2-f-2) / 



6-24/0 



0-0/0 



12-66/2 



11-136/1 



West Virginia 



14-79/2 



4-47/0 



dnp-cd 



l-|-9)/0 



dnp-cd 



0-0/0 



13-88/0 



16-54/1 



at E. Michigan 



11-38/0 



4-37/0 



6-27 / 



0-0/0 



dnp-cd 



1-15/0 



dnp-cd 



18-71/2 



Clemson 



17-33/0 



)/0 



dnp-cd 



dnp-cd 



dnpcd 



0-0/0 



dnrxd 



16-65/0 



Duke 



8-36 / 1 



4-14/0 



dnp-cd 



dnp-cd 



dnp-cd 



1-29/0 



5-15/1 



9-36/0 



at Georgia Tech 



17-75/0 



4-2/0 



dnt 



dnp-cd 



dnpcd 



dnp-mj 



3-33/0 



5-0/0 



North Carolina 



17-96/0 



8-24/2 



3-15/0 



0-0/0 



4-15/0 



0-0/0 



5-43/0 



9-31/1 



Virginia 



dnp-mj 



6-10/0 



1-2/0 



dnp-cd 



dnpcd 



1-15/0 



dnp-mj 



38-257/2 



at NC State 



8-20/0 



9-16/1 



dnp-cd 



dnpcd 



dnpcd 



1-3/0 



dnp-mj 



23-144/0 



Wake Forest 



25-237/3 



9-61/0 



dnp-cd 



dnp-cd 



dnpcd 



1-7/0 



dnp-mj 



8-32/0 




West Virginia 



20-67/0 



8-|-14| /I 



dnp-cd 



dnp-mj 



4-29/0 



2-18/0 



dnp-mj 



11-28/0 



Receiving 



RecYds./TD 



#1 Perry 



at No Illinois 



dnp-mj 



#3 R.Abiamiri 

oo/o 



#4 Harrison 

4-48/0 



09 Walker 



0-0/0 



#1 5 C.Williams 019 J.Williams 



0-0/0 



2-18/0 



022 Parson 



029 Maldonado 



3-12/0 



0-0/0 



at Florida State 



1-5/0 



1-4/0 



1-14/0 



4-41/0 



0-0/0 



1-9/0 



1-23/0 



0-0/0 



The Citadel 



dnp-mj 



0-0/0 



4-51/0 



2-0/0 



1-35/0 



1-8/0 



2-46/0 



1-16/0 



West Virginia 



l-|-5|/0 



1-8/0 



3/1 



2-33 / 



0-0/0 



dnp-mj 



1-12/0 



0-0/0 



at E. Michigan 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



3-32/0 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



dnp-mj 



1-25/0 



dnp-cd 



Clemson 



1-6/0 



0-0/0 



4-39/0 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



1-7/0 



1-10/1 



dnp-cd 



Duke 



2-34/0 



0-0/0 



4-88/1 



1-23/0 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



2-22/0 



0-0/0 



at Georgia Tech 



2-|-4]/0 



0-0/0 



1-20/0 



1-13/0 



0-0/0 



1-6/0 



0-0/0 



O0/0 



North Carolina 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



4-54/2 



3-99 / 1 



0-0/0 



dnp-cd 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



Virginia 



dnp-mj 



0-0/0 



4-63/1 



1-7/0 



0-0/0 



1-41/0 



0-0/0 



dnp-mj 



at NC State 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



4-38/0 



6-57 / I 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



4-114/0 



dnp-mj 



Wake Forest 



1-6/0 



0-0/0 



1-18/1 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



347/1 



246/0 



dnp-mj 



West Virginia 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



1-5/0 



3-51/1 



0-0/0 



4-65/2 



0-0/0 



dnp-mj 



RecYds., TD 



#34 Suter 



#40 M.Smith 



at No Illinois 



dnp-mj 



0-0/0 



#44 Fiddler 

0-0/0 



#82 Dugan #83 Fenner 



#84 D.Miller 



#85 Melendez 



#87 V.Davis 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



1-15/0 



0-0/0 



at Florida State 



0-0/0 



1-7/0 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



2-12/0 



1-8/0 



0-0/0 



1-1/0 



The Citadel 



1-6/0 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



2-22/0 



1-62/1 



0-0/0 



O0/O 



0-0/0 



West Virginia 



0-0/0 



1-18/0 



rtnp mj 



3-50/0 



1-15/0 



0-0/0 



dnp-mj 



0-0/0 



at E Michigan 



4-84/0 



0-0/0 



1-5/0 



0-0/0 



1-58/0 



0-0/0 



1-14/1 



2-19/0 



Clemson 



342/1 



0-0/0 



1-7/0 



1-11/0 



1-69/1 



0-0/0 



1-13/0 



00 /0 



Duke 



448/0 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



3-18/0 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



1-6/0 



O0/O 



at Georgia Tech 



4-60/0 



0-0/0 



1-5/0 



1-17/0 



2-18/0 



0-0/0 



O0/O 



00/0 



North Carolina 



4-72/0 



0-0/0 



Virginia 



3-23/0 



0-0/0 



at NC State 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



<H)/0 
1-11/0 
1-7/0 



1-17/0 



2-64 / 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



1-11/0 



340/0 



dnp-mj 



dnpcd 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



dnp-mj 



1-2/1 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



Wake Forest 



2-52/0 



West Virginia 



4-84/0 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



dnp-mj 



0-0/0 



2-27 / 1 



0-0/0 



0-0/0 



2-23/0 



0-0/0 



2-36/0 



0-0/0 



3-61/0 



1-28/0 



Passing 



Field Goals 



Punting 



A-C-l / Y / TD 

at No. Illinois 



at Florida State 



The Citadel 



West Virginia 



at E Michigan 

Clemson 

Duke 

at Georgia Tech 
North Carolina 
Virginia 
at NC State 
Wake Forest 



#7 McBrien 



#1 1 Evans 



24-12-1/110/0 



d np-cd 



#16Statham 

dnrxd 



18- 6-1/ 61/0 



20-12-0/178/0 



25-14-1/220/1 



19-14-0/252/1 



27-14-0/204/3 



32-18-1/238/1 



II- 4-1/ 47/0 



25-15-0/349/4 



21-14-0/ 191 /I 



12-7-0/57/0 



dnrx d 



64-0/70/1 



1-1-0/35/0 



1-1-0 / 18/0 



dnp-cd 



2-2-0/16/0 



d nrxd 



dnrxd 
dnrxd 



0-0-0/0/0 



dnrxd 



0-0-0 / / 

dnp-cd 

0-0-0 / / 

22 1 0-1 /II0/0 

2-1-0/11/0 

dnp-cd 



' 243/2 
22-12-0/198/3 



dnpKd 
inj 



dnp<d 



dnp-cd 



Made, Missed 

n '.i Illinois 
at Florida State 



The Citadel 



#46 Novak 



46q. 50q 



44q 



West Virginia 
at E. Michigan 



Clemson 

Duke 

at Georgia Tech 
North Carolina 
Virginia 

N 
Wake Forest 



3lg, 38g,21g, 42g 

52s. 41g,32g 

27g 

48s 

54g, 34g,40wr, 31g, 

39wl !5g 

24g, 20g. 46g 

33g. 47blk. 45g 

29g, 43g 



48g 



No-Avg. / In20 

at No Illinois 



#36 Podlesh 



at Florida State 
The Citadel 
West Vir ginia 
at E Michigan 

Clemson 

Duke 

at Georgia Tech 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

at NC State 

Wake Forest 



845.4/4 



743.7/3 



160 0/1 
1 530/ I 
4465/1 
741 0, J 
442 8, 1 



5-39 2/2 



2-38 5/1 



3-28.0/1 



5460/1 



4-37.8/2 



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DEFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME STATS 



TAT-TT/Sk 


02 Kelley 


06 Foxworth 


#10 M. Williams 


SI 3 D.Wilson 


015 C.Williams 


023 A. Smith 


024 Ambush 


925 J.Wilson 


026 Custis 


No Illinois 


0-0-0/0 


2-1-3/00 


6-0-6 / 


2-0-2 / 


1-0-1/00 


5-0-5/1.0 


4-3-7/0 


dm 


0*0/0.0 


i Florida State 


1-1-2/0 


9-0-9 / 


3-1-4/0 


1-2-3/00 


0-0-0 / 


3-0-3 / 


112/10 


dnt 


1-0-1 /OO 


J 

>e Citadel 


3-0-3/0.0 


0-1-1/00 


1-1-2/0.0 


3 1-4/0.0 


0-0-0/00 


0-0-0/0 


1-0-1/00 


2-0-2/0 


(MM/ 0.0 


rqinia 


0-0-0 / 


0-0-0 / 


5-3-8/0 


2-0-2/0.0 


12 3/00 


1-1-2/0.0 


3-1-4/00 


0-0-0/0 


0-1-1/0.0 


F Michigan 


0-0-0 / 


2-1-3/0.0 


5-2-7/ 0.0 


3-1-4/0.0 


1 0-1 /OO 


11/0.0 


4-2-6/0.0 


0-0-0/0 


000/00 


emson 


1-0-1/ 0.0 


2-0-2/0.0 


3-3-6/0.0 


7-0-7/0.0 


0-0-0 / 


4-0-4/1.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0 


0-0-0 / 


fjke 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


2-1-3/00 


2-1-3/0.0 


0-0-0 / 


0-0-0 / 


4-1-5/0.0 


0-0-0 / 


1 12/00 


Georgia Tech 


0-0-0/0.0 


3-1-4/0.0 


6-1-7/00 


3 2 5/00 


0-0-0 / 


0-0-0/0 


5-1-6/0.0 


0-0/00 


2-0-2/0.0 


jrth Carolina 


0-O0/ 0.0 


5 5 / 


5-0-5 / 


3-2-5/0.0 


0-0-0 / 


0-1-1/00 


3-2 5/00 


0-0-0 / 


0-0-0 / 


rginia 


0*0/ 0.0 


2-0-2 / 


7-4-11/0 


1-1-2/0.0 


0-0-0/0 


0-1-1/00 


2-0-2 / 


0-0-0 / 


0-0-0 / 


NC State 


1-1-2/0.0 


2-0-2/0 


7-2-9/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


2-0-2/00 


4-1-5/0 


0-0-0 / 


2-0-2/0.0 

0-0-0 / 


ake Forest 


(MM)/ 0.0 


7-2-9/0.0 


9-4-13/0.0 


6-0-6/0.0 


0-1-1 /OO 


2-0-2/0 


5-2-7/0.0 


0-0-0 / 


"est Virginia 


2-2-4/0.5 


3-0-3 / 


2 4-6/0 


2-0-2/0.0 


2-0-2/0.0 


2-0-2 / 


1-1-2/00 


0-0-0/0 


1-0-1 / 



T-AT-TT/Sk 


030 Cox 


032 Joe 


036 Podlesh 


037 Chance 


041 Eli 


045 Merriman 


047 Condo 


048 Kershaw 




inois 


1-2-3/0.0 


7-7-14/0.5 


(MM/ 0.0 


1-1-2/0.5 


1-2-3 / 1 


3-2-5 / 


2 0-2 / 


0-0-0 / 




* Florida State 


6-1-7/0.0 


7-5-12/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


3-2-5/0.0 


1*1/0.0 


3-1-4/1.0 


0-0-0 / 


0-0-0 / 




> Citadel 


3-0-3/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 


(MM/ 0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


3*3 / 1 


2-1-3/1.0 


Oil /00 


4-1-5/0.0 




est Virginia 


0-1-1/0.0 


2-5-7/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


3-2-5/2.0 


4-1-5/1.0 


0-0-0 / 


3-1-4/0.0 




E Michigan 


2-1-3/0.0 


5-5-10/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


1*1/0.0 


1-4-5/00 


7*7/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


3-3-6/0.0 




~emson 


3-2-5/0.0 


5-3-8/0.0 


0-0-0 / 


2*2/0.0 


2-3-5/0.0 


4-2-6 / 2.0 


0*0/0.0 


dnfKd 




jke 


3-1-4/0.0 


7-2-9/0.5 


1*1/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


2-6-8/0.0 


4*4/10 


0-0-0/0.0 


2*2/0.0 




Georgia Tech 


(MM/ 0.0 


9-5-14/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


1*1/0.0 


4-3-7 / 1 


1-1-2/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


dnfKd 




"orth Carolina 


2-0-2/ 0.0 


3-2-5/0.0 


0-0-0 / 


0*0/0 


2-1-3/0.5 


2-1-3/0.5 


(MM/ 0.0 


1*1/0.0 




rginia 


8*8/0.0 


5-0-5/ 0.0 


0-0-0/0 


0*0/0.0 


1-34/0.0 


2-2-4/0.0 


(MM/ 0.0 


1*1/0.0 




MC State 


1-0-1/0.0 


3-5-8/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


4-4-8 / 0.0 


3-14/1.0 


1*1/0.0 


2*2/0.0 




fake Forest 


dnp mj 


8-1-9/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


1*1/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


3-3-6/1.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 




'est Virginia 


3-0-3/0.0 


7-2-9/0 


0*0/0.0 


0*0 / 


1-1-2/00 


2-0-2 '00 


0-0-0/0 ( 


! ! 2 / :• 



T-AT-TT/Sk 


049 Cochran 051 Henley 052 D. Jackson 


053 Holmes 054 S. Smith 057 Starks 059 Holloway 




Nc Illinois 


2-1-3/0.0 0*0/0.0 8-7-15/0.0 


dnfKd 3-14/1.0 


3-2-5/1.0 


dnp-cd 


Flonda State 


7-2-9/0.0 


1*1/0.0 


5-6-1 1 / 0.0 


1-2-3/0.0 


24-6/0.0 


4-3-7/0.0 


0*0/0.0 




ie Citadel 


0-1-1/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


6-1-7/0.0 


3*3/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


2-24/0.0 


2*2/0.0 


est Virginia 


1-2-3/0.0 


2*2/0.0 


10-2-12/1.0 


1*1/0.0 


jnp nj 


24-6/0.0 


dncKd 


1 E. Michigan 


1-1-2/0.0 


2*2/0 


9-7-16/0 


0-1-1/0.0 


dnp-mj 


3-3-6/1.0 


dnp<d 


(emson 


2*2/1.0 


1-1-2/0.0 


9-1-10/1.0 


dnfKd 


dnp-mj 


1-1-2/0.0 


dnfKd 


jke 


3-14/0.5 


3-2-5/0.0 


84-12/05 


1-1-2/0.0 


dnp-mj 


4-5-9/1.5 


dnfKd 


1 Georgia Tech 


2-24/0.0 


0-2-2/0 


7-6-13/0 


dnfKd 


dnp-mj 


54-9/0.0 


dnfKd 


orth Carolina 


1*1/0.0 


2*2/0 


3-14/0.0 


dnfKd 


dnp-mj 


3-14/1.0 


dnp-cd 


rginia 


2-1-3/0.0 


2-1-3/0.0 


2-24/0.0 


dnfKd 


dnp-mj 


5-3-8/1.0 


dnp-cd 


j5^ 


i NC State 


1*1/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


9-2-11/0.0 


dnfKd 


dnpnnj 


4-4-8/1.0 


dnfKd 


/ake Forest 


3-2-5/0.0 


3*3/0.0 


6-3-9/0.0 


dnfKd 


dnp-mj 


2-24/1.0 


dnfKd 


wPPjk ' \ 


rginia 1*1/0 84-12/0.0 


1-1-2/0 1-1-2 /( dnfKd 


•ATTT/Sk 076 Scott 080 Onwuemene 087 V.Davis 


091 Armstrong 095 Bolston 


096 Feldheim 097 Abari 


/ 


\o Illinois 


dnfKd 


dnp-cd 


(MM/ 0.0 


dnp-cd 


14-5/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


0*0 / 0.0 


S / • 


1:: londa State 


0-1-1/0.0 


dnfKd 


1*1/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 


1 ! / 


0-1-1/0.0 


V0 .^^■tti ^^^ 


•; Citadel 


1-1-2/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


2*2/0.0 


1*1/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 


1*1/0.0 


►^^WjB^jpbi^ 


■st Virginia 


1-34/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


1*1/0.0 


1*1/0.0 


1*1/0.0 


3-14/0.0 


2-24/0.0 


E, Michigan 


1-1-2/0.0 


2*2/0.0 


2*2/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


1*1/0.0 


4-1-5/0.0 


0-3-3/0.0 


Imson 


0*0/0.0 


1*1/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-1-2/ 1.0 


0-1-1 /O.O 


1*1/0.0 




1-1-2/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


2-1-3/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


1-1-2/1.0 




ke 


0*0/0.0 


The Terp defense held oppo- 
nents to IS. 8 points per game 
in 2003. 


iGeorgia Tech 


dnfKd 


0*0/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


1-2-3/0.0 


dnfKd 


2-3-5/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


jrtti Carolina 


2-1-3/1.0 


1*1/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


jginia 


dnfKd 


0*0/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


1-2-3/0.0 


dnp-cd 


3-14/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


« State 


dnfKd 


1*1/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


2-24/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 




'ke Forest 


0*0/0.0 


1*1/00 


1*1 /o.o 


0*0/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


14-5/0.0 


0*0/0.0 




st Virginia 


dnfKd 


0*0/0.0 


1*1/0.0 


0*0/0.0 0*0/0.0 2-24/1.5 1*1/0.0 




o^nj - did not pis 


y/injuiy; dnp<d - d 


d not play/coach's c 


tension 













12001 ACC CHAMPIONS • 2002 CHICK-FIL-A PEACH BOWL CHAMPIONS • 2004 TOYOTA GATOR BOWL CHAMPIONS 



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TEAM GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS! 



Game 



SCORE 



FIRST DOWNS 
Tot Ru-Pa-Pe 



RUSHING 
No-Yds-TD 



PASSING 
A-C-l Yds 



TOTAL OFF. 
TD Pl-Yds 



PUNTS 
No-Avg 



FUM 
F-L 



PEN 
No-Yds 



SACKS BY 
No-Yds 



3RD 
DNS 



4TH 
DNS 




MARYLAND 


13 


12 


6- 5-1 


35-112-1 


24-12-1 


110 





59-222 


845 4 


2-1 


9-90 


547 


3-13 


0-0 


2.. ■ 


at Northern Illinois 


20 


21 


4-14-3 


43- 59-0 


35-21-1 


266 


2 


78-325 


741 


0-0 


5-56 


2- 5 


10-19 


0-0 


33:1 


MARYLAND 


10 


13 


7-4-2 


31- 73-0 


31-14-1 


124 





62-197 


7437 


3-2 


6-55 


2-17 


3-14 


1-2 


2 


at Florida State 


35 


23 


13- 7-3 


46-196-3 


30-17-1 


231 


2 


76-427 


742 7 


2-0 


10-81 


3-20 


7-16 


l-l 


3; : 


MARYLAND 


61 


28 


15-12-1 


53-282-5 


27-17-0 


283 


1 


80-565 


1-600 


1-0 


7-64 


2-16 


7-14 


2-2 


3! 


The Citadel 





7 


5- 2-0 


31- 90-0 


20- 3-1 


47 





51-137 


11-36 9 


0-0 


8-54 


3-18 


3-14 


0-0 


24 


MARYLAND 


34 


28 


15-10-3 


49-260-3 


26-15-1 


238 


1 


75498 


1-58 


2-1 


10-80 


4-24 


8-13 


0-0 


1 


West Virginia 


7 


11 


5- 2-4 


39-120-1 


12- 3-0 


36 





51-156 


941 


0-0 


9-80 


2-17 


4-12 


0-0 


2( ; 


MARYLAND 


37 


22 


9-12-1 


41-199-3 


21-16-0 


268 


1 


62467 


446.5 


2-2 


4-20 


1- 6 


8-13 


0-0 


2i 


Eastern Michigan 


13 


13 


6- 7-0 


39-149-0 


20-14-1 


126 


1 


59-275 


844.1 


0-0 


3-27 


0- 


2-14 


1-1 


33:1 


MARYLAND 


21 


19 


11- 8-0 


44-134-0 


27-14-0 


204 


3 


71-338 


741 


2-1 


6-53 


6-50 


8-16 


0-0 




Clemson 


13 


17 


3-12-2 


29- 10-0 


45-22-2 


320 


1 


74-330 


6-36.2 


0-0 


740 


1-11 


6-18 


1-3 


28, 


MARYLAND 


33 


19 


8-10-1 


31-131-2 


32-18-1 


238 


1 


63-369 


442 8 


2-1 


6-60 


4-36 


2-11 


0-0 


; 


Duke 


20 


17 


9-13-3 


45-143-2 


47-20-1 


270 


1 


92413 


7-35.7 


2-1 


13-88 


1- 5 


6-20 


2-5 


36 i 


MARYLAND 


3 


14 


4-10-0 


35- 96-0 


33-14-2 


157 





68-253 


5-39 2 


5-2 


1- 5 


1-10 


6-16 


0-0 


.'■ 


at Georgia Tech 


7 


14 


7- 7-0 


41-130-0 


28-12-1 


98 


1 


69-228 


9-31 9 


1-0 


3-15 


3-19 


5-16 


1-2 


3o: 


MARYLAND 


59 


27 


13-13-1 


50-252-3 


27-16-0 


360 


4 


77-612 


2-38.5 


0-0 


441 


3-23 


10-16 


1-1 


:- 


North Carolina 


21 


16 


5-11-0 


25-108-1 


32-21-1 


277 


1 


57-385 


348.0 


2-2 


5-35 


1- 3 


2- 8 


0-3 


25; 


MARYLAND 


27 


14 


6- 8-0 


48-278-2 


21-14-0 


191 


1 


69-469 


3-28 


1-0 


645 


1- 8 


5-12 


1-1 


35:i 


Virginia 


17 


14 


6- 8-0 


32-108-1 


26-13-0 


186 


1 


58-294 


5-34.8 


0-0 


446 


0- 


7-13 


0-0 


24: 


MARYLAND 


26 


24 


11-11-2 


42- 1 90- 1 


37-17-1 


243 


2 


79-433 


546.0 


3-1 


8-64 


2-11 


5-14 


0-1 


31 


at NC State 


24 


19 


7-10-2 


34- 98-2 


30-16-1 


276 





64-374 


547 4 


4-2 


541 


3-20 


4-12 


1-1 


28! 


MARYLAND 


41 


25 


15-10-0 


45-339-3 


22-12-0 


198 


3 


67-537 


4-37 8 


1-0 


9-75 


2- 9 


6-12 


1-1 


2 


at Wake Forest 


28 


21 


11- 7-3 


48-316-4 


24-12-2 


108 





72424 


4-335 


0-0 


3-20 


0- 


9-16 


0-1 


301 


MARYLAND 


41 


2': 


7-16-3 


48-1411 


33-21-0 


381 


3 


81-522 


2-33 5 


5-0 


645 


2-13 


13-20 


M 


36! 


vs West Virginia 


7 


9 


4- 4-1 


29-155-1 


19-11-0 


86 





48-241 


742 4 


2-2 


640 


1-14 


3-12 


0-1 


21: 



TURNOVERS 



Takeaways-19 
Giveaways - 1 8 
Points Following Turnovers 

Md. -80|!0TD.3FG| 

Opp. - 38 |5 TD. IFG| 

SPECIAL TEAMS 

Blocked Kicks |by Md.| - 3 |2FG, Punt) 
Blocked Kicks (by Opp.| - I |FG| 

KICKOFF COVERAGE 

Kickoffs - Md. 83. Opp. 46 
Fair Catches by - Md 0. Opp. 
Touchbacks by - Md 32. Opp 18 
Onside Attempts - 

Md 10 rec |. Opp. 2 10 rec.| 
Out of Bounds by - Md 0. Opp 2 
ReturnsAllowed|Md|-5l-l.07l (21 OavoJ 
Returns Allowed (Opp.) - 24-550 |22.9 avg.| 



PUIMT COVERAGE 

Punts - Md. 53, Opp 88 

Blocks by- Md. I. Opp. 

Fair Catches by - Md. 0, Opp. 5 

Touchbacks - Md. 5, Opp 6 

Inside 20 - Md. 22. Opp. 16 

Returns Allowed |Md.| - 26-230 (8.8 avg.) 

Returns Allowed |Opp.| - 50-537 (10 7 avg | 

RED ZONE 



Md Scores/Times in Red Zone 

Scoring Percentage- 47-51 |.922| 

TD Percentage -32-51 (627) 

Scores - 47 (32 TD. 15 FG) 

Non-Scores - 4 |3 End of Half. Missed FG| 
Odd Scores/Times in Red Zone 

Scoring Percentage - 21-26 1.808| 

TD Percentage - 1 7-26 (.654) 

Scores- 2t (17TD. 4 FG) 

Non-Scores - 5 (Blocked FG, Missed FG, 
2 Downs, Int | 



-X&CCB^Ot^ vV/ie^. 





Total 
10-3 
60 


ACC 

6-2 
4-0 




Total 


ACC 


Record 
Home 


Leadinq at Halftime 
Tied at Halftime 


64) 
0-1 


4-0 
0-1 


Awav 
Neutral 


3-3 
1-0 


2-2 
00 


Behind at Halftime 


2-2 


2-1 



Current Streak 



Current Home Streak 


Won II 


Won 7 


Current Road Streak 


Wi n I 


Won 2 


Day Game 


SO 


4-0 


Niqht Game 


5-3 


2-2 


TV Game 


6-3 


5-2 


August 


0-1 


00 


September 


3-1 


01 


October 


2-1 


2-1 


November 


4-0 


40 


January 


1-0 


1-0 


vs Top 25 


1-1 


01 


Scorinq First 


8-3 


4-2 


Come-From- Behind 


3-3 


3-2 


>: 


7-2 


3-1 








Tied After IstQtr 


0-1 


01 


Behind After 1 st Otr 


j-0 


30 



Won 5 Won 4 Leading After 3rd Otr 
Tied After 3rd On 
Behind After 3rd Otr 



9-1 



01 



Overtime 



HI 



Sconnq 20* Points 



100 



Outgain Opponent 



9-1 



Fewer Turnovers 



SO 



More Time of Possession 



7-0 



5-1 
00 
1-1 



00 



60 



Sconnq 30+ Points 


70 


3-0 


Allowing 1 0- Points 


4-1 


II 


Allowinq 20 Points 


7-2 


3-1 






3-0 


With lOOYard Rusher 


40 


Allowing 100-Yard Rusher 


2-0 


1-0 


With 30OYard Passer 


20 


1-0 


i 


1-0 





5-1 

3-0 

4-0 



<fl|jr 



2001 ACC CHAMPION! 



CHICK-FIL. 



PEACH BOWL CHAMPIONS • 2004 TOYOTA GATOR BOWL CHAMPION i 



m 



M k>*& M 



SEASON SUPERLATIVES 




••dividual Maryland Game Highs 



shes 


38 


Josh Allen vs Virqinia (Nov 1 3, 20031 


rds Rushing 


257 


Josh Allen vs Virginia (Nov 1 3, 2003) 


) Rushes 


3 


Bruce Perry at Wake Forest (Nov 29, 2003) 


ng Rush 


80 


Josh Allen vs Virginia (Nov 1 3, 2003) 


\-rry at Wake Forest (Nov 29. 20031 


ss attempts 


37 


Scott McBnen at NC State |Nov 22, 2003J 


ss completions 


21 


Scott McBnen vs West Virqinia (Jan 1 , 2004) 


rds Passing 


381 


Scott McBnen vs West Virqinia Pan 1. 20041 


) Passes 


4 


Scott McBnen vs North Carolina (Nov 01, 2003) 


ng Pass 


69 


Scott McBnen vs Clemson (Oct 04. 2003) 


teptions 


6 


JoJo Walker at NC State INov 22, 20031 


rds Receiving 


114 


Rich Parson at NC State (Nov 22. 2003J 


Receptions 


2 


Latrez Harrison vs North Carolina INov 01, 2003) 


Jafar Williams vs West Virqinia |Jan 1, 2004] 


nq Reception 


69 


Derrick Fenner vs Clemson (dct 04, 2003) 


'Id Goals 


4 


Nick Novak vs The Citadel (Sep 1 3, 20031 


Nick Novak vs Duke (Oct 11,20031 


nq Field Goal 


54 


Nick Novak vs Duke (Oct 1 1, 2003) 


nts 


8 


Adam Podlesh at Northern Illinois |Auq 28, 20031 


ntmg Avg 


60 


Adam Podlesh vs The Citadel [Sep 1 3 2003 


nq Punt 


63 


Adam Podlesh at Northern Illinois (Aug 28, 2003; 


nq Punt Return 


76 


Steve Suter vs West Virqinia (Jan 1 , 20041 


nq Kickoff Return 


67 


Steve Sutei vs North Carolina [Nov 1 2003 




16 


D'Qwell Jackson at Eastern Michiqan (Sep 27, 20031 


ds 


2 


Kevin Eli vs West Virqinia (Sep 20, 20031 






Shawne Mernman vs Clemson (Oct 04, 20031 


ckles For Loss 


3.0 


Kevin Eli vs West Virqinia (Sep 20, 2003) 


Randy Starks vs Duke (Oct 1 1 , 20031 


Randy Starks vs Virqinia (Nov 1 3, 2003J 


erceptions 


1 


Domonique Foxworth at Northern Illinois |Auq 28, 20031 


D dwell Jackson at Florida State (Sep 06, 20031 


Madieu Williams vs The Citadel (Sep 13, 20031 


Domonique Foxworth at Eastern Michiqan |Sep 27, 20031 


Madieu Williams vs Clemson (dct 04, 20031 


Leon Joe vs Clemson (dct 04, 20031 


Andrew Smith vs Duke (da 1 1, 2003) 


Curome Cox at Georqia Tech [Oct 23, 20031 


Domonique Foxworth vs North Carolina |Nov 01, 20031 


Curome Cox at NC State (Nov 22. 20031 


Madieu Williams at Wake Forest (Nov 29, 2003) 


D dwell Jackson at Wakf Forest Nov 29 2003 


Maryland Team Hiqhs 


shes 


53 


vs The Citadel (Sep 13, 2003) 


•ds Rushmq 


339 


at Wake Forest INov 29. 20031 


•ds Per Rush 


7.5 


at Wake Forest INov 29, 20031 


Rushes 


5 


vs The Citadel ISep 13, 20031 


ss attempts 


37 


at NC State INov 22, 20031 


ss completions 


21 


vs West Virqinia (Jan 1,2004| 


■ds Passmq 


381 


vs West Virqinia Uan 1,20041 


tls Per Pass 


13.3 


vs North Carolina INov 01, 2003) 


Passes 


4 


vs North Carolina INov 01, 20031 


at Plays 


81 


vs West Virqinia Uan 1,20041 


al Offense 


612 


vs North Carolina INov 01, 20031 


ds Per Play 


8.0 


at Wake Forest INov 29, 2003] 


rts 


61 


vs The Citadel ISep 13, 20031 


*sBy 


6 


vs Clemson [dct 04, 2003] 


>t Downs 


28 


vs The Citadel ISep 13.20031 


vs West Wrqmia (Sep 20, 2003) 


laities 


10 


vs West Virqinia (Sep 20, 2003) 


laity Yards 


90 


at Northern Illinois |Auq 28, 20031 


novers 


4 


at Georqia Tech |0ct 23, 20031 


erceptions By 


2 


vs Clemson Ida 04, 20031 


at Wake Forest [Nov 29, 20031 


at Wake Forest (Nov 29. 2003) 



Individual Opponent Game Highs 


Rushes 


30 


Turner, Michael, at Northern Illinois (Aug 28, 2003] 


Yards Rushing 


243 


Barclay, Chris, at Wake 1 orest [Nov 29, 2003) 


TD Rushes 


3 


Barclay, Chris, at Wake Forest [Nov 29, 2003] 


Lonq Rush 


74 


Barclay, Chris, at Wake Forest [Nov 29, 2003] 


Pass attempts 


47 


Schneider, Mike, vs Duke [Oct 1 1, 2003] 


Pass completions 


22 


Whitehurst, Charlie, vs Clemson (Oct 04, 2003] 


Yards Passinq 


320 


Whitehurst, Charlie, vs Clemson [Oct 04 I 


TD Passes 


2 


Haldi, Josh, at Northern Illinois (Aug 28, 2003i 






Rix, Chris at H.irirla State ISep 06. 20031 


Long Pass 


70 


Whitehurst, Charlie, vs Clemson [Oct 04, 2003) 


Receptions 


13 


Fleck, PJ , at Northern Illinois [Aug 28, 2003] 


Yards Receiving 


175 


Hamilton, Derrick, vs Clemson |Oct 04, 20031 


TD Receptions 


1 


Sheldon, Dan, at Northern Illinois |Auq 28, 2003) 


Fleck, PJ at Northern Illinois (Aug 28. 2003) 


Thorpe, Craphonzo, at Florida State (Sep 06, 20031 


Sam, RK., at Florida State (Sep 06. 20031 


Zureki, Kevin, at Eastern Michiqan (Sep 27. 2003) 


Hamilton, Derrick, vs Clemson (Oct 04, 2003| 


Johnson, Lance, vs Duke (Oct 1 1. 2003) 


Smith, J„ at Georqia Tech |0ct 23, 2003) 






Scon, C , vs North Carolina (Nov 01. 2003] 






Pearman, Alvin, vs Virqinia INov 1 3, 20031 


Lonq Reception 


70 


Hamilton, Derrick, vs Clemson |0ct 04, 20031 


Field Goals 


2 


Azar Steve, at Northern Illinois (Auq 28, 2003] 


Wellock, Andrew, at Eastern Michiqan |Sep 27, 2003] 


Lonq Field Goal 


52 


Azar, Steve, at Northern Illinois [Aug 28, 2003] 


Punts 


11 


Travis Zobel, vs The Citadel ISep 1 3, 20031 


Puntmq Avq 


54 


Hall. C, at Florida State ISep 06. 20031 


Lonq Punt 


58 


Herbert, A., at NC State [Nov 22, 20031 


Lonq Punt Return 


83 


Hall, T, at NC State (Nov 22, 20031 


Lonq Kickoff Return 


96 


Mason, M., vs North Carolina INov 01, 20031 


Tackles 


16 


Lusky, David, at Eastern Michiqan ISep 27, 20031 


Sacks 


2.0 


Fred Townsend, vs The Citadel ISep 1 3, 2003] 


McLee, Kevin, vs West Virqinia ISep 20, 20031 


Henderson, Erin, at Georqia Tech |Oct 23, 20031 


Tackles For Loss 


3.0 


Henderson, Erin, at Georqia Tech |Oct 23, 20031 


Interceptions 


2 


Butler, J., at Georqia Tech |Oct 23, 20031 


Opponent Team Hiqhs 


Rushes 


48 


at Wake Forest INov 29, 20031 


Yards Rushinq 


316 


at Wake Forest INov 29, 20031 


Yards Per Rush 


6.6 


at Wake Forest INov 29, 2003) 


TD Rushes 


4 


at Wake Forest INov 29, 20031 


Pass attempts 


47 


vs Duke [Oct 1 1, 2003) 


Pass completions 


22 


vs Clemson (Oct 04, 20031 


Yards Passinq 


320 


vs Clemson (Oct 04, 20031 


Yards Per Pass 


9.2 


at NC State (Nov 22, 20031 


TD Passes 


2 


at Northern Illinois |Auq 28, 2003] 


at Florida State (Sep 06, 2003] 


Total Plays 


92 


vs Duke |Oal 1,20031 


Total Offense 


427 


at Florida State ISep 06, 20031 


Yards Per Play 


6.8 


vs North Carolina INov 1 , 2003 


Points 


35 


at Flonda State ISep 06, 20031 


Sacks By 


3 


at Flonda State ISep 06, 20031 


vs The Citadel [Sep 13, 20031 


at Georqia Tech (Oct 23, 2003] 






at NC State INov 22, 20031 


First Downs 


25 


vs Duke (Oct 1 1,20031 


Penalties 


13 


vs Duke (Oal 1,20031 


Penalty Yards 


88 


vs Duke |Oal 1,20031 


Turnover; 


3 


vs North Carolina (Nov 01, 20031 



at NC State (Nov 22. 20031 



Interception s By 



at Georqia Tech Ida 23, 2003) 



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PARTICIPATION CHART 



SENIORS |21| 



Nl FS CT WV EM CU DU GT NC VA ST WF WV 




1 Perry TB 


inj 


S 


inj 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


S 


inj 


X 


s 


S 


Harrison AT 


S 


s 


s 


X 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


s 


s 


7 McBrien QB 


S 


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 


s 


II Evans QB 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


inj 


13 0. Wilson SS 


s 


s 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


19 J. Williams WR 


s 


s 


X 


inj 


inj 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


S 


X 


23 A. Smith SS 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


24 Ambush LB 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


30 Cox CB 


S 


s 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


inj 


S 


32 Joe LB 


s 


s 


s 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


s 


S 


s 


S 


S 


37 Chance CB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


X 


(4 Fiddler FB 


s 


S 


X 


inj 


S 


S 


s 


S 


s 


X 


S 


X 


S 


51 Henley LB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


54 S. Smith DE 


s 


S 


S 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


X 


61 Tyler OG 


inj 


S 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


X 


73 Bryant OG 


inj 


inj 


inj 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


75 Dumas OT 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


82 DuganTE 


S 


X 


S 


s 


s 


s 


s 


S 


s 


s 


s 


s 


s 


96 Feldheim NT 


S 


S 


S 


s 


s 


s 


s 


s 


s 


s 


s 


s 


s 


Abari : 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


■ 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


■ 


CI3SS Participation 


17-13 


20-14 


19-11 


18-10 


1912 


18-12 


18-12 


19-1319-13 


18-11 


18-12 


17-1220-13 




JUNIORS |23| 


Nl 


FS 


a 


WV 


EM 


CU 


DU 


GT 


NC 


VA 


ST 


WF 


WV 


. Kelley 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


3 R. Abiamiri TE 


X 


X 


X 


s 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


6 Foxworth CB 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


s 


S 


s 


1 5 C. Williams WR 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


18 Shanks WR 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


In) 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


22 Parson WR 


X 


S 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


inj 


inj 


X 


X 


X 


X 


26 CustisFS 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


29 MaldonadoTB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


Aje •- 


dnt 


dnt 


X 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


34 SuterWR 


inj 


X 


S 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


40 M. Smith F8 


X 


X 


S 


S 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


H Eli DE 


X 


X 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


1 Novak Pf 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s 


47 CondoLEO/LS 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


49 Cochran LEO 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


X 


S 


X 


X 


X 


S 


S 


X 


57 Starks DT 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


72 SchmittC 


S 


s 


s 


s 


s 


S 


s 


s 


S 


S 


s 


s 


S 


74 Brooks OT 


S 


S 


s 


s 


s 


s 


s 


s 


S 


S 


s 


s 


s 


76 Scott DE 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 


78 Flynn OT 


X 


X 


S 


X 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


79 LombardoOT 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


80 Onwuemene W 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


■ 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


93 Bryan NT 


dnt 


dnt 


X 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dm 


cd 


Class Participation 


17-6 


19-7 


229 


20-9 


18-8 


18-7 


19 8 


17-7 19-7 


18 7 


18-8 


18-8 18 7 


SOPHOMORES (IS) 


Nl 


FS 


a 


WV 


EM 


CU 


DU 


GT 


NC 


VA 


ST 


WF 


WV 


5 Dickerson FB/DL 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


( 


X 


8 Merrills TB 


dnt 


dnt 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


9 Walker WR 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


33 Allen TB 


S 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


X 


X 


S 


S 


X 


X 


38 McPhearson CB 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dm 


dnt 


cd 


45 MerrimanLEO 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


X 


S 


S 


S 


X 


X 


S 


■•• ■-; Kershaw LB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


■ 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


52 Jackson ! B 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


' Patterson » 


S 


X 


« 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


; Duffie.; 




dnt 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


r , M.Powell n 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


68 McDonald 


cd 


cd 












cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


Heyer 


S 


s 














S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


/ J Bonham OG 


cd 


cd 












1 


X 


cd 


inj 


inj 


cd 


Fenner .'. 


X 
















X 


inj 


in) 


mj 




B t D. Miller 






X 


X 


X 


X 


■ 














Melender 1 






■ 




X 


X 


■ 














- Augustyn 


cd 


dnt 


X 






cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


1 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


Class Participation 


12-4 


1 1-2 


123 


13-4 


14-3 


9-4 


13 3 


93 


13 3 


10-5 


93 


9-2 12-3 



R-FRESHMEN |16| 


Nl 


FS 


a 


WV 


EM 


CU 


DU 


GT 


NC 


VA 


ST 


WF t 


11 EnnisPK 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd \ 


1 2 Wimbush FS 


dnt 


dnt 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


14 Brant FS 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dm i 


14 HollenbachQB 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd | 


16 StathamQB 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


20 Humber TB 


cd 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


21 Choice CB 


dnt 


dnt 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


36 Podlesh P 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


44 J. Smith LB 


dnt 


dnt 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dm 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt i 


50 Stellacci LB 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


\: Holmes E 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


59 Holloway LB 


cd 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd , 



P. Abiamir, > 


dnt 


dnt 


X 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt i 


SchellTl 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


88 Quaintance DT 


dnt 


dnt 


X 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


inj 


inj i 



92 Sanders TE 



dnt dnt 



dnt cd cd dnt cd cd cd cd 



Class Participation 1-1 4-1 1 3-1 3-1 3-1 1-1 5-1 3-1 3-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 



TRUE FRESH. (21 ) 



FS a WV EM CU DU GT NC VA 



1 Mitch QB 



cd 



cd 



dnt cd cd dnt cd cd 



ST WF W 

"cd m 



dnt 



25 J. Wilson CB 


jnt 


dm 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


27 Cesa LB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 




31 Ball TB 


li- 


dn: 


cd 


cd 


dm 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt . 


35 Jefferson LB 


ed 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd I 


39 Richmond FS 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt J 


Lemons 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt : 


55 McDermond OL 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd J 


58 Nixon OT 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt \ 


63 Crummey C/G 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd J 


66 Clig OG 


dm 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dm 


69 Woods OG 


dm 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dm ' 



71 ChoateOT 



dnt dnt cd cd cd cd cd cd cd cd dnt cd 



76 Matto OG 



dnt dnt cd cd dm cd cd dnt cd 



dnt dm 



Haynos TE 



cd dnt cd cd dnt cd cd dnt dnt 



87 Davis TE 



Weatherly WR cd 



cd cd 



inj cd 



cd cd 



90 P.Powell DE 



dnt dm cd cd dnt cd cd dnt cd cd 



9 1 Armstrong DT cd 



95 Bolston DE 



Savage LB 



dnt cd 



cd 



dnt cd cd dnt cd cd dnt dnt 



Class Participation 1-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 4-0 4-0 5-0 3-0 5-0 4-0 4-0 4-1 



ACTIVE PLAYERS 



48 57 70 59 58 50 60 51 59 51 50 49 



x - indicates played in game; S - indicates started game cd - indicates did not play/coach s decision; 

inj - indicates did not play or travel due to injury, dnt - indicates did not travel for reason other than injury, 

rs ■ indicates will sit out season as a redshm 




Randy Starks 157), D (Dwell Jackson 152) and C.J. Feldheim (96j started all 
games on defense in 2003. 



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2001 ACC CHAMPIONS • 2002 CHICI 



EACH BOWL CHAMPIONS 



fOYOTA GATOR BOWL CHAMPIONS 



GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS 




Offense 


















Career Starts In Superscript 




GAME 


WR/TE 


Left Tackle 


Left Guard 


Center 


Right Guard 


Right Tackle 


TE/WR 


Quarterback 


Tailback FB / TE Wide Receivei 


at No Illinois 


J Williams 1 


Heyer 1 


Brooks- ' 


Sclwrtitt 


Patterson 1 


Duma 


Dugan' 1 


McBrien' 5 


Allen 1 


Fiddler' 


Harrison' 


,i[ Florida Stale 


1 Willi ims 


lleyi'i 


Brooks- 


Schmirf 


Tyler 


Dumas" 


Parson 


McBrii ■ 


Perry' ' 


Fiddler 


Harrison 


fheOtadel 


Suter 


Heyer' 


Brooks 


Schmitt' 


Flynn 


Dumas" 


Dugan" 


McBrien" 


Allen- 


M.Smith' 




West Virginia 


RAbiamiri' 


Heyer 1 


Brooks" 


Schmirf 


Bryant" 


Dumas" 


Dugan" 


McBrien' 


Allen' M Smith 


Fenner' 


li ingan 


Suter' 


Heyer'' 


Brooks" 


Schmitl 


Bryant" 


Dumas 


Dugan" 


McBrien 


Allen Fiddler' 


Harrison" 


Clemson 


Sutei 


Heyei 


Brooks" 


Schmitt 


Bryant ' 


Dumas' 


Dugan" 


McBrien 


Allen Harrison' 5 


Duke 


Suter 


Heyer' 


Brooks'' 


Schmitt 


Bryant 


Dumas'" 


Dugan' 


McBrien 


Allen Fiddler Harris i 


al Georgia Tech 


Suter 


Heyet 4 


Brooks" 


Schmitt 10 


Bryant" 


Dumas" 


Dugan" 


McBrien 


Perry Fiddler Harrison 


North Carolina 


Suter' 


Heyer' 


Brooks" 


SchmiK" 


Bryant" 


Dumas 




McBrien 


Perry 


Fiddler' 


Harrison'" 




Suti-r 


Heyei 


Brooks" 


Schmitt" 


Bryant" 


Dumas" 


Dugan" 


McBrien" 


Allen' 


D Miller' 


Harrison" 


N 


Suter' 


Heyer" 


Brooks"' 


Schmitt ' 


Bryant" 


Dumas" 


Dugan" 


McBrien"' 


Allen Fiddler 


Harrison- 


r crest 


J.Williams" 


Heyei 


Brooks" 


Schmitt" 


Bryant 1 


Dumas" 


Dugan' 


McBrien 


Perry Davis 


Han 


., «tetv& 


Suter 10 


Heyer 1 ' 


Brooks" 


Schmitt"' 


Bryant 4 ' 


" 


Dugan" 


McBrien 2 ' 


Perry" Fiddler* 


Harrison- 



Defense 



GAME 


LEO 


Def. Tackle 


Nose Tackle 


Def. End 


WLB 


MLB 


SLB 


Cornerback 


Strong Safety 


Free Safety 


Cornerback 


at No Illinois 


Cochran" 


Starks" 


Feldheim 


S Smith 


Joe" 


Jackson 


Ambush" 


Cox" 


D Wilson 


M. Williams" 


Foxworth" 


.it Florida State 


Cochran' 5 


Starks' 1 


Feldheim 


S Smith- 


Joe- 


Jackson' 


Ambush : 


Cox" 


D.Wilson 20 


M Williams' 


Foxworth 18 


The Citadel 


Cochran' 6 


Starks' 


Feldheim 


S Smith' 


Joe" 


Jackson 3 


Ambush" 


Cox 36 


D.Wilson" 


M. Williams' ■' 


Foxworth" 


West Virginia 


Cochran" 


Starks' 


Feldheim 


Eli' 


Joe" 


Jackson' 


Ambush" 


Cox" 


D.Wilson- 


M Williams 


Foxworth 20 


atE Michigan 


Cochran 18 


Starks" 


Feldheim" 


EIP 


Joe" 


Jackson 5 


Ambush" 


Cox" 


D Wilson- 


M Williams ' 


Foxworth" 


Clemson 


Merriman 1 


Starks" 


Feldheim" 


Eli 


Joe 30 


Jackson 6 


Ambush" 


Cox" 


D Wilson-' 


M Williams" 


Foxworth" 


Duke 


Cochran" 


Starks" 


Feldheim" 


Elf 


Joe 31 


Jackson' 


Ambush" 


Cox* 


D Wilson 


M.Williams 2 ' 


Foxworth" 


at Georgia Tech 


Merriman' 


Starks" 


Feldheim" 


EIP 


Joe 3 ' 


Jackson 8 


Ambush 20 


Cox" 


D Jvilson 


M.Williams 22 


Foxworth" 


North Carolina 


Merriman 3 


Starks" 


Feldheim" 


Eli 


Joe 


Jackson' 


Ambush" 


Cox 12 


D.Wilson" 


M.Williams 23 


Foxworth' 5 


Virginia 


Merriman' 


Starks" 


Feldheim" 


Eli 


Joe' 


Jackson 10 


Ambush 22 


Cox* 3 


D Mlson 


M. Williams- ' 


Foxworth" 


at NC State 


Cochran 


Stacks-" 


Feldheim" 1 


EIP 


Joe 35 


Jackson" 


Ambush 23 


Cox" 


D.Wilson" 


M.Williams 25 


Foxworth r 


Forest 


Cochran" 


Starks" 


Feldheim" 


Eli 9 


Joe 36 


Jackson" 


Ambush 2 ' 


Chance 


D.Wilson 30 


'.' .>. - 


Foxworth 28 


vs. West Va 


Merriman 5 


Starks" 


Feldheim 3 ' 


Eli' 


Joe 3 ' 


Jackson 13 


Ambush 25 


Cox 45 


D.Wilson" 


M.Williams 2 ' 


Foxworth" 



Class Starters by Game (Includes Kicker/Punter) 



GAME 


Seniors 


Juniors 


Sophomores R-Freshmen True Freshmen 


Total 


•: v - 


13 


6 


4 1 





24 


at Florida State 


14 


7 


2 


1 





24 


The Citadel 


1! 


9 


3 


1 





24 


West Virginia 


10 


9 


4 


1 





24 


at E Michigan 


12 


8 


3 


1 





24 


Oemson 


12 


7 


4 


1 





24 


Duke 


12 


8 


3 


1 





24 


3t Georgia Tech 


13 


7 


3 


1 





24 


Monti Carolina 


13 


7 


3 


1 





24 


/irgmia 


11 


7 


5 


1 





24 


n NC State 


12 


8 


3 


1 





24 


it Wake Forest 


13 


7 


2 


1 


1 


24 


/s.WestVa. 


13 


7 


3 


24 



Adam Podlesh (36) 

and Stephon Heyer 

each started in all 13 

games in 2003. 




x&cr\in ?(y\Ln£ &h$ecvence ^j^exizftv^ 





Offense 


Defense 


Most overall starts, career — 


46, Jeff Duqan fTEl 


45, Curome Cox |CB| 




41. Lamar Bryant |OG| 


37, Leon Joe |LB| 


Most overall starts, 2003 — 


13. Heyer 101); Brooks [OGI, Schmitt ICI; 


13, by8 


Dumas |OT|; McBrien (QB| 


Most consecutive starts, career — 


27, Scott McBnen |QB| 


26, Randy Starks |DT); Dennard Wilson |SS|. 




20, CJ. Brooks |OT) 


Madieu Williams IFSI; Domonique Foxworth |CB| 


Most consecutive starts, 2003 — 


13, by 5 


13, by 8 



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1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final 



MARYLAND 10-IJ 



13 



Northern III, [l-OJ 



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20 



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MD -Josh Allen I run (Nick Novak kick). 8:43 



NIU-FG Sieve Azar 52. 1 4:51 



#15 MARYLAND 13 (OT) 

DEKALB, III. — After Dan Sheldon caught a 20-yard touchdown pass from Josh Haldi 
in overtime. Randee Drew turned the score into a victory when he intercepted a pass In 
the extra period to lift Northern Illinois to a victory over 1 5th-ranked Maryland in the 
season opener for both teams played before a sellout crowd. 

The homestanding Huskies forced the overtime with a 25-yard field goal by Steve Azar 
with just 1:12 left. After NIL) held the Terps on the next possession, the Huskies drove 43 
yards in 27 seconds to set up Azar with a 43-yard field goal with five seconds left that 
could have won the game. But Man/lands Curtis Williams blocked the attempt, sending 
the game into overtime. 

The Terrapins scored on their first possession of the game when Josh Allen dived over 
from the I -yard line midway through the first quarter. The score capped an eight-play 58- 
yard drive and gave Allen a score in his first start as a Terrapin. 

The Huskies took a 1 0-7 lead into halftime, getting a 52-yard field goal by Azar and a 
5-yard scoring pass from Haldi to PJ. Fleck. Haldi finished with 266 yards passing, including 
1 1 6 on 1 3 catches by Fleck. 

Northern Illinois' star 
running back Michael 
Turner finished the game 
with 30 carries for 90 yards. 

A 46-yard field goal by 
Marylands Nick Novak tied 
the game early in the third 
quarter, and the Terrapins 
went ahead 13-10 midway 
through the fourth quarter 
when Novak boomed a 50- 
yard field goal. 

Scott McBnen hit 1 2 of 
24 passes for 1 1 yards for 
theTerrapms, who were led 
on the ground by Aliens 67 
yards on 20 carries. Redshirt 
freshman punter Adam 
Podlesh kept the Terps out 
of trouble through much of 
the game, averaging 45.4 
yards in his collegiate debut 
and pinning NIU inside its 
own 20-yard line on four of 
his eight punts. 

D'Qwell Jackson took 
advantage of his first career 
start, finishing with a team- 
high 1 5 tackles, with Leon 
Joe adding 14 for a 
Maryland defense that 
allowed the Huskies just 59 
yards rushing. 



NIU ■ PJ. Fleck 5 pass from Josh Haldi lAzar kick). 7:15 



MP - FG Nick Novak 46. 9:42 



fourth Quarter 



MD IG Nick Novak 50. 9 10 



NIU FG Sieve Azar 25, 1 12 . 



Qyeffime_. 



NIU ■ Dan Sheldon 20 pass from Josh Haldi |Azar kick| 



MB 



First Downs 



NIU 



Rushes Yards 



35-112 



43.-59 _ 



Comp-Att-Int 



Passing Yards 



Ji2£l_ 



21-3 5-1 



IK- 



JMl 



Return fards 



150 



Punts 



Fumbles.-Lpst„ 



845.4 



F2naJiieiYaids_ 



M 



741.0 



Sacks By-Yards Lost 



9-90 



JHL 



5-56 



Tine oj EQjSSafiD 



547 



_2i_ 



26 46 



1.3 14 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 



RUSHING-Maryland: Josh Allen 20-67. Sam Maldonado 4-19, Scott 
McBnen 9-17, Rich Parson 1-10, Team l-|-l|. NIU Michael Turner 30-90. 
Team l-l-l ). Josh Ha|di 12-1-30),. 



PASSING-Maryland Scott McBnen 12-24-1-1 10. NIU: Josh Haldi 21-35- 

1-266 

RECEMNG-Maryland Latrw Harrison 448. Rich Parson 3-12, Jafar Wil- 
liams 2- 1 8, Dan Melendez 1-15, Scott McBnen I -9, Josh Allen 1 -8, NIU: PJ. 
Fleck 13116, Keith Perry 3-54. Dan Sheldon 3-34. Michael Turner 141, 



Williams) 

TACKLES-Maryland: D'Owell Jackson 8-7-1 5. Leon Joe 7 7 14, LeroyAm 

bush 4-3-7 M "lieu Williams 6-0-6, Andrew Smith 5-0-5. Shawne Mernman 

3-2-5.Rand) ii im 14-5, NIU: Nick Duffy 44-8, Vinson 









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'FtTjc Sctrre 



MARYLAND {0-2, O-Ji 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th fina l 



10 



_IP. 



Florida Stale |2-0, 2-0)7 



14 



35 



MD - D'Qwell Jackson 58 interc eption ret u rn (N i ck No vak kick) 13 0, 



MD-FG Nick Novak 44. 10.06 



FS ■ Craphonso Thorpe 1 8 pass fr Chris Rix IXavier Bertia kick). 7 28 



Second Quarter 



#1 FLORIDA STATE 35 
MARYLAND 10 

TALLAHASSEE, Fla — Maryland took a 10-0 lead in the opening five minutes, but K 
ranked Florida State reeled off 35 unanswered points to earn a victory over the Terrapins 
Marylands Atlantic Coast Conference opener played before 82,885 at Doak Campbell Stadiun- 

Seminole quarterback Chris Rix passed for a pair of touchdowns, while senior tailback Gc 
Jones added two other scores on the ground. Jones finished the game with 88 yards on 
carries for FSU. 

D'Qwell Jackson started the scoring for the Terps by making the most of his first care 
interception. He picked off a pass from Rix and went 58 yards for a touchdown, runnn 
through Rix and Lorenzo Booker on the way to the end zone just 1 :54 into the game. 

On the next drive, the Terps turned a long punt return from Steve Suter into a 44-yard fit 
goal from Nick Novak that gave Maryland a 10-0 lead in the opening 4:54. 

Florida State came back to score on its next possession. 

Rix, who completed 1 6 of 29 passes for 228 yards, had his first TD pass on 1 8-yarder 
Craphonso Thorpe midway through the first quarter. Jones' first touchdown run, a 44-yj 
scamper, came early in the 
second quarter and gave the 
Seminoles their first lead of 
the game at 14-10. Jones 
dived in from the 1-yard line 
with 5:38 left in the second 
quarter to give Florida State 
a 21-10 halftime lead. 

Both defenses stiffened 
early in the third quarter, as 
Maryland kept the Seminoles 
within reach. On their 
second possession after 
halftime, Maryland drove 
into FSU territory, but had to 
punt. From there, Florida 
State went on an 80-yard, 1 1- 
play drive that was capped 
by a 34-yard scoring pass 
from Rix to PK, Sam, putting 
the Seminoles ahead 28-10 

FSU finished the scoring 
on a 2-yard plunge by Willie 
Reid that was set up by a 
Terrapin turnover 

Orlando Evans came off 
the bench to complete 7 of 
1 2 passes for 57yards for the 
Terps, who got four catches 
from Jo Jo Walker. Bruce 
Perry returned from an injury 
suffered during fall camp, 
gaming 32 yards rushing and 
five more on a reception in 
his first start of the season. 



FS - Greg Jones 44 run IBeitia kick) 1 1 :29 



FS ■ Greg Jones I run (Beitia kick). 5:38 



FS ■ PK. Sam 34 pass fr Rix IBeitia kickl. 07 



Fourth Quarter 



FS- Willie Reid 2 run IBeit ia kick). 9:06 



MD 



First Downs 



_FS_ 



Rushes-Yards 



31-73 



ComrMrt-lnt 



Mil 1 



46-196 



17-30-! 



Passing Yards 



_L2i_ 



211 



Return Yards 



JStu 



Puns 



7 43 7 



Fumbles-Lost 



PenajteYardS- 



Ji. 



74T . .7 



6-55 



ML 



Jj25J_ 



Sacks By-Yards Lost 
Eme_oiPpiseisjp_rL 



217 



w 



26:07 



33:53 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 



RUSHING-Maryland Sammy Maldonado 94 1 , Bruce Perry 1 0-32. ScrU 
McBnen 4-22, Jo Jo Walker I ■ 1 . Josh Allen 2- 1 , Rich Parson 1 -0, learn I -| I 
Orlando Evans 3-|-23|. Flonda Stale: Gieg Jones 14-88. Loierao Booker 7 
42. Willie Reid 8-30, Chns Rix 8-15, James Coleman 2-1 1. PK. Sam 1-8. 8 J 
Dean 3-5. Ryan Bfij i 1 i-6) 



PASSING - Maryland Scott McBnen 6-18-1-61. Orlando Evans 7-12 
57, LatiM Hamson 1-1-0-6, Flonda State: Chns Rix 1 6-29-1 -228, Fabian Itells 
1-1-0-3. 

RECEIVING - Maryland Jo Jo Walker 441. Derrick Fenner 2 12, Ri t 

Parson 1-23. Latrez Hamson 1-14, Jafar Williams I -9. Deiek Miller I -8. Maun t 

Smith 1-7, Bruce Perry 1-5, RobAbiamin 14. Vernon Davis II. Flonda Sou 

Craphonso Thorpe 5-56, PK Sam 3 1 1 3, Chris Davis 3-25, Chauncey Stov i 

i. ishaw )-9. QomK-CMer 1-3 

MISSED FIELD GOALS Flonda State Xawer Beitia 28 (blocked by D O* i 
Jackson), 

1ACKLES ■ Maryland Leon Joe 7-5-12, DQwell Jackson 5-6-1 1 
Domomque Foxworth 9-0-9, Jamahl Cochran 7-2-9. Cuome Cox 6 1 7 Pan J 
Starts 4-3-7; Florida Moulwait 4-2-6, AJ Nicholson 2-3 i. 

Claudius Osei 0-5 ' I leodyll Pope 2-24. Enc M • 

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Sept. 13,2003 




MARYLAND 61 
fHE CITADEL 



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The Citadel |1-2| 



1st 





2nd 





3rd 





JUL 





Final 



MARYLAND (1-2) 



First Quarter 



MD ■ Josh Allen 72 run (Nick Novak kick). 1 4 44 
MD ■ Sammy Maldonado 7 run jNov ak kick ) 6.52 
MD - Sieve Suter 75 puni l erur n |Novak kick). 5:35 
MD-FG Nidi Novak 3 1.0:42 



Second Quarter 



MD - Sammy Maldonado 3 run INovak kick). 1 1 :50 



COLLEGE PARK. Md — Maryland got its struggling offense going early and often, starting 
vith Josh Aliens 72-yard touchdown run on the first play from scrimmage and Maryland went 
•n to score its biggest win since 49 years in a victory over The Citadel before a sellout crowd for 
ne Terrapins' home opener at Byrd Stadium. 

Allen finished with 1 36 yards on only 1 1 carries, including 1 1 9 yards on eight rushes in the 
rst quarter. It was Man/lands first 100-yard rushing effort of the season, and Allen had his 
entury mark in the opening four minutes of the game 

Sammy Maldonado followed with a 7-yard scoring run on the Terps' next possession, as Maryland 
cored on its first nine possessions, not including a 75-yard punt return for a score by Steve Suter 
he first of two scoring runs by Maldonado came after a 1 2-play 99-yard scoring drive. 

Suter followed the score with his first punt return TD of the year following the four he had a 
ear ago. Nick Novak closed the first-quarter scoring with a 3 1 -yard field goal, his first of four on 
ie day and running a string of successful kicks to 7-for-7 field goals and 6-for-6 in extra-point kicks 

Maldonado went over from three yards out to open the scoring in the second quarter for the 
erps. Novak followed with field 
oals of 38 and 2 1 yards before 
IcBnen dived over from the I - 
ard line on the final play of the 
rst half and Maryland went to 
ie locker room with a 44-0 
alftime lead and holding a 2 1 - 
edge in first downs 

Meanwhile, the Maryland 
efense was well on its way to 
shutout, holding the Bulldogs 

just 4 1 yards in total offense 

1 the first half. Quarterback 
/illie Simmons was 2-for-l I 
assmg for 1 8 yards in the first 
vo quarters, and The Citadel 
nded the game having 
Dmpleted only three passes. 

The Terps, who needed to 
unt only once in the game, 
ot three scores in the second 
alf. as Maryland rested its 
arters after halftime. Novak 
:ad his final field goal of the 
ontest before reserve 
uarterback Orlando Evans hit 
emck Fenner with a 62-yard 
luchdown pass. 

Mario Merrills finished the 
oring with a 4-yard run in the 
tal quarter. 

Marylands lopsided win was 
; largest since a 74- 1 3 rout of 
lissoun in 1954 The Terps 
ored more points in the first 
jailer than they had in the 
3t two games of 2003 



MP - FG NkIc Novak 38. 6. 18 



MD-FG Nick Novak 21. 2:10 



MD - Scott McBrien I run |Dan Ennis kick). 0:00 



Third Q uarter 



MD-FG Nick Novak 42. 8 02 



MD - Derrick Fenner 62 pass fr Orlando Evans (Ennis kick). 3:52 
Fourth Quarter 



M D - M ario M errills 4 run lEnnis kick), 4 : 54 



^IL 



MD 



First Downs 



Rushes-Yards 



31-90 



53-282 



Comr>An-lnt 



3-20-1 



17-27-0 



Passing Yards 



283 



BauD ferds 



117 



J02_ 



ftfflE 



1-600 



_M_ 



1-0 



Penalties-Yards 



8-54 



744 



Sacks By-Y ards Lost 



3-18 



2-16 



Ti me of Possession 



24,15 



35:45 



INDIVID UAL STATISTICS 



RUSHING-The Citadel Em Mills 1 0-58, Nehemiah Broughton 12-31. Justin 
Hardin I -3, Porter Johnson I -0. Willie Simmons 4-0. Chns Gibbs 3-(-2), May- 
land Josh Allen 1 1-136, Sammy Maldonado 12-66, Mano Merrills 1 342. J P 
Humber 6-24. Scott McBnen 5-15. Jafar Williams 1-3, Joel Starjiam 3-|-2), 
Orlando Evans 2-1-2). 

PASSING-The Citadel. Willie Simmons 3-20-1-47. Maryland Scott McBnen 
12-200-178. Orlando Evans 4-6-0-70. Joel Statham 1-I-0-35. 

RECEIVING - The Citadel Bud Pough 1-29, Scooter Johnson I - 1 1 . Ross 
Arnistrong 1-7, Maryland Latrez Harmon 4-5 1 , Rich Parson 2-46, Josh Allen 
2-37. Jeff Dugan 2-22 , Jo Jo Walker 2-0. Demck Fenner I -62. Curtis Williams 
1-35. Sammy Maldonado I -16. Jafar Willaims 1-8 Steve Suter 1-6. 

TACKLES-The Citadel: TJ Rose 7-3-10, Shawn Grant 4-5-9, James Turner 
2-W. Maryland. D'Owell Jackson 6-1-7. William Kershaw 4-1-5. Dennae 
Wilson 3-1-4. Randy Statics 2-2-4. 



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College Park, Md. 
Sept. 20, 2003 



MARYLAND 34 
WEST VIRGINIA 7 



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First Quarter 



MD - Bruce Perry 4 run ( Nick Novak kick| 4:38 



Secon d Quarter 



MD-FG Nick Novak 41. 10:29 



COLLEGE PARK, Md — Maryland dominated the first three quarters offensively and defensively, 
scoring 34 straight points before allowing a late West Virginia touchdown, in beating the 
Mountaineers before a sellout crowd at Byrd Stadium 

The Terrapins outgained the Mountaineers, 498-1 56, and held a 28-1 1 edge in first downs in 
controlling both sides of the ball Maryland had 260 yards on the ground, getting a balanced 
rushing attack with four different ballcarriers gaining at least 47 yards. 

Sammy Maldonado finished with 88 yards. Bruce Perry gained 79 yards and scored a pair of 
touchdowns, Josh Allen had 54 yards and a score, while quarterback Scott McBnen finished with 
47 yards rushing McBrien also had 220 yards through the an including his first touchdown pass 
of the season with a 25-yard strike to Latrez Harrison early in the fourth quarter 

Maryland took the opening kickoff and went 1 4 plays before a drive stalled Nick Novak missed 
a 52-yard field goal attempt, his first missed kick of the season 

The Terps held West Virginia to a three-and-out to set up a 52-yard, five-play scoring drive that 
ended with a 4-yard TD run by Perry 

WVU picked up one first down on its next possession, but was foiced to punt Maryland then 
made it 1 0-0 on a 4 1 -yard field 
goal by Novak The Terps' next 
two possessions ended in a 2- 
yard scoring run by Allen and 
a 32-yard field goal by Novak 
with six seconds left in the first 
half 

By halftime, Maryland held 
a 279-58 edge in total offense, 
and held the ball for 1 9:46 over 
the first two quarters. 

Maryland scored on its 
second series of the third 
quarter, as Perry went in from 
1 2 yards out to make it 27-0. 
Just 115 into the final quarter 
the score improved to 34-0 on 
McBriens pass to Harrison. 

West Virginia, which got 7 1 
yards rushing and 1 3 yards 
receiving from Quincy Wilson, 
averted the shutout when Kay- 
Jay Harrison scored on a 13- 
yard run with 4.02 left in the 
game. The score capped a six- 
play. 50-yard drive. The 
Mountaineers had 78 of their 
1 56 yards of total offense in the 
fourth quarter 

Sophomore middle 
linebacker D'Qwell Jackson led 
a strong defensive effort with 
10 tackles, including a sack. 
Kevin Eli, making his first career 
start at defensive end, finished 
the game with a pair of sacks. 



MP ■ Josh Allen 2 run |Novak kick). 2:23 



MD - FG Nick Novak 32. 06 



Third Quarter 



M D ■ Bruc e Pe rr y 1 2 tu n INova k k ickl. 3: 40 



Fourth Quaner 



MD ■ Latrez Harrison 25 pass fr Scott McBnen INovak kick). 13 45 
WV- Kay-Jay Hams 13 run IBrad Cooper kickl. 4.02 



J«L 



F i rst Do wn s 



n 



_2S_ 



R ushes-Yards 



39-120 



CompAiUnt 



3-12-0 



49-260 
15-26-1 



Passing Yards 



238 



Return Yards 



147 



Puots_ 



1-58.0 



JML 



_2J_ 



Pena(tiesiYards_ 



10-80 



Sacks By -Y ards Lost 



Tinu- of Possession. 



26:04 



33:56 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 



RUSHING - West Virginia Oumcy Wilson 20-71. Kay-Jay Hams 4-34. 
Charles Hales 4-16. Enck Phillips 3-10, Rasheed Marshall 8-mmus 1 1, Mary- 
land Sammy Maldonado 1 3-88, Bruce Peny 1 4-79, Josh Allen 1 6-54. Scott 
McBnen 4-47. Steve Suter 1-1 Orlando Evans l-mmus 9. 



PASSING - West Virginia Rasheed Marshall 2-7-0-25. Charles Hales 1-5- 
0-1 1. Maryland Scott McBnen 14-25-1-220. Orlando Evans I-1-Q-I8 



RECEIVING - West Virginia: Quincy Wilson 2- 1 3. Miquelle Henderson I- 
23: Man/land: Latrez Harrison 4-88, Jeff Dugan 3-50. Jo Jo Walker 2-33. 
Josh Allen 1-19, Maurice Smith 1-18, Derrick Fenner 1-15. Rich Parson 1-12, 
RopAoiamin 1-8 Bruce Peny I -minus 5 



TACKLES - West Virginia: Leandre Washington 7-4-1 1, Grant Wiley 6-3-9, 
Anthony Mims 7-0-7. Adam Jones 5-2-7, Fred Bueford 2-4-6. Maryland: D. 
Jackson 10-2-12. M. Williams 5-38. Joe 2-5-7. Starts 2-4-6, Merhman 4-1-5. 
Eli 3-2-5. Ambush 3-1-4. Feldheim 3-1-4. 



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Ypsilanti, Mich. 



Sept. 27 . 2003 




MARYLAND 37 




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MARYLAND |3-2| 
Eastern Michigan |l-4) 



First Quarter 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


JlnaL 




6 


10 


1 


14 


37 


41 


3 


7 


3 





13 



MP ■ Domonique Foxworth 44 interception return |Novak kickl. 12:07 
EM -FG Andrew Welloc k 42. 2:09 



Second Qua rter 



MP -Josh Alle n I run [Nova k kick). 4:56 



EASTERN MflCHIGAN 1 3 

YPSILANTI, Mich. — Maryland senior quarterback Scott McBrien had his best throwing day of 
the season thus far, throwing for 252 yards on 1 4-for-l 9 passing with one touchdown through 
the air and another on the ground to lead the Terrapins to a dominating second half and a 
victory at Eastern Michigan at Rynearson Stadium. 

McBrien was 8-for-9 for 1 48 yards in the second half alone, as Maryland scored the game's 
final 2 1 points to break out from the 16-13 edge it held early in the third quarter He found Danny 
Melendez on a 1 4-yard scoring pass midway through the final period, and scored on his own 
with a 9-yard run on the first play of the fourth quarter 

The Terrapins also stiffened on defense after halftime, allowing the homestanding Eagles to 
just three points and three first downs in the second half. 

Domonique Foxworth got Maryland on the board early. On third down on the Eagles' first 
possssion of the game, Foxworth intercepted a sideline pattern and went 44 yards for a touchdown, 
Maryland's second interception for a TD this season [D'Qwell Jackson vs. Florida State). Two series 
later, EMU got a 42-yard field goal from Andrew Wellock to pull within 6-3 

Josh Allen scored the first of his two touchdowns on the day late in the second quarter, 
capping a 13-play, 70-yard 
drive But after EMU recovered 
a fumble on a punt return, the 
hosts converted the turnover 
into an 8-yard scoring pass 
from Chinedu Okoro to Kevin 
Zureki with 23 seconds left 

Latrez Harrison gave the 
Terps good field position with 
a 3 1 -yard kick return and 
McBrien found Steve Suter on 
a 45-yard pass to set up a Nick 
Novak field goal with two 
seconds left in the half, sending 
Maryland into the break with a 
16-10 lead 

Eastern took the second-half 
kickoff 64 yards in nine plays to 
set up a 25-yard field goal by 
Wellock But Maryland 
responded, using 1 1 plays to go 
83 yards, a drive capped by an 
8-yard touchdown run by Allen. 

The Terrapins scored on 
each of their next two 
possessions to put the game 
away, as McBrien ran and 
passed for touchdowns after 
the next two drives. 

Allen finished with 7 1 yards 
and a pair of touchdowns on 
1 8 carries, while Suter finished 
with four catches for the Terps. 

Anthony Shernll became the 
first opposing running back to 
hit the century mark against 
Maryland, as he rushed 28 times 
for 1 1 7 yards 



EM - Kevin Zureki 8 pass tr Ch inedu Okoro Wellock ki ck). 0:23 
MP -FG Nick Novak 27. 0:02 



Third Quarter 



EM - FG Andrew Wellock 25 10:54 



MP -Jos h Allen e run (NovaAkickJJLi2_ 



Fourth Quarter 



MP -Scon McBrien S.ru.nlNovji rick), 14 54 



MP - Dann y Melendez 14 pass fr McBrien {Novak kick ). 9:16 



ME 



EM 



First Pown s 



R ushes-Yard s 



41-199 



Comp-Att-Int 



39-149 



16-21-0 



14-20-1 



Passing Yards 



.:(.;; 



Return Yards 



J26_ 



J32_ 



Punts 



4 46 5 



844 .1 



Fumble s-tost 



_i2_ 



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Penalties Yards 



4-20 



3-27 



S acks By-Yards Lost 



J±- 



JHL 



time of Possession 



_2448_. 



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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 



RUSHING - Maryland Josh Allen 18-71, Bruce Perry 1 1 -38, Scott McBrien 
4-37. Mario Merrills 6-27. Rich Parson 1-15. Steve Suter 1-1 1, Eastern Michi- 
gan Anthony Sherrell 28-1 1 7, Nelson Prew 8-30, Chinedu Okoro 3 2. 

PASSING - Maryland Scott McBrien 14-19-0-252, Orlando Evans 2-2-0- 
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RECEIVING - Maryland: Steve Suter 4-84, Latrez Harmon 3-32. Josh Allen 

3-31, Vernon Davis 2-19, Derrick Fenner 1-58, Rich Parson 1-25. Danny 

Melendez 1-14. Bernie Fiddler 1-5; Eastern Michigan: C.R. Roberson 3-23. 

Adam Jacobs 3- 1 1. LKewn Zureki 2- 16, T Riley 1-30, A J Bennett lk-29. E 

/in Howe I i Nelson Pew 1-3. Chris Talley 1-3 

TACKLES - Maryland: DQwell Jackson 9-7-16, Leon Joe 5-5-10, Madieu 
Williams 5-2-7, Shawne Memman 7-0-7, Leoy Ambush 4-2-6, William Kershaw 
3-34, Randy Statics 3-J6. Eastern Michigan David Lusky 4- 1 2 1 6. Kevin Harmon 
6±H " I t R Woodruff 1-5-6, 

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Oct. 4. 2003 



MARYLAND 21 



CLEMSON 7 



COLLEGE PARK, Md — Scott McBrien threw three touchdown passes and the Marylare 
defense held Clemson scoreless in the second half as the Terrapins won their first Atlantic Coas 
Conference game of the year with a victory over the Tigers before the third straight sellout crowc 
at Byrd Stadium. 

McBrien threw touchdown passes to Steve Suter, Rich Parson and Derrick Fenner as the Terrapin 
won their fourth straight game and snapped a three-game Tiger win streak. 

Clemson took the opening kickoff and drove 49 yards to the Maryland 3 1 , before missing _ 
48-yard field goal into a stiff wind. The Terps took advantage on their first possession of the game 
using 1 2 plays to go 68 yards to set up a 25-yard scoring pass from McBrien to Suter with 5:4 1 lef 
in the first quarter. 

Man/lands next possession was set up on a short Tiger punt, and the Terps used the short fiele* 
to their advantage McBrien ended a 44-yard drive with a 1 0-yard scoring pass to Parson on . 
fade pattern, giving the hosts a 14-0 lead just three plays into the second period 

Clemson got on the scoreboard late in the first half when Charlie Whitehurst hit Derrick Hamiltor 1 
on a 70-yard scoring pass with 2:33 left before halftime. 

The Whitehurst-to-Hamilton hookup would work often through the game, with Hamiltor 
finishing with 1 75 yards on seven catches Whitehurst completed 22 of 45 passes for 320 yards 
but was picked off twice and 



sacked six times by a Maryland 
defense that allowed just 1 
net yards rushing to the Tigers. 

Both defenses stiffened 
early in the second half before 
Maryland picked up its biggest 
play of the season to date. 
McBrien hit Derrick Fenner 
along the right sideline on a 
69-yard bomb that made it 2 1 - 
7 with 2:43 remaining 

Clemson drove to the 
Maryland 25-yard line on its 
next possession, but failed to 
convert a fourth-and-1 
Clemson's next two 
possessions ended with 
interceptions, as Madieu 
Williams and Leon Joe picked 
off Whitehurst passes. Joe's 
pick came as the Tigers had 
advanced to the Terrapins' 24- 
yard line 

Josh Allen led the Maryland 
running game with 65 yards 
on 16 carries, while Latrez 
Harrison had four catches for 
39 yards McBrien finished 
with 204 yards passing on a 
14-for-27day 

The game marked the first 
time in Byrd Stadium history 
that Maryland had drawn 
more than 50,000 in three 
consecutive home games 



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1st 2nd 3r d 4th final 



Clemson (3-2. 1-1) 



MARYLAND |4-2. 1-1 1 



Fus: Quarrei 



M D - Steve Suter 25 pass fr Scott McBrien (Nick Novak kick). 5:41 

Second Quarter 



MD ■ Rich Parson 10 pass fr McBrien (Novak kick ) 13.32 

CU ■ Dernc k Hamilton 70 pas s fr C. Whiteh urst [Aaron Hunt kick |. 2:3 

Th ird Quarter 

MD ■ De rnck Fenner 69 pass fr McBnen |N ovak kick). 2:43 



First Downs 

Rushes- Yards 



44-1 34 



_Z2_1__ 



Comp-Att-Int 



14-27-0 



22. -45-2 



Passing Yards 



_2Di_ 



__32!L 



Retum Yards 



Punts 



741-0 



6-36.2 



Fumbles-Lost 



_2_1_ 



00 



Penalties ______ 

Sacks By-Yards Lost 



__6-i_L. 



7-40 



5-30 



J_Ji_ 



Time of Possession 



31:23 



29 37 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 



RUSHING - Maryland Josh Allen 16-65. Bruce Perry 17-33. Steve Sut 
1-24, Scott McBrien 8-8, Maurice Smith 1-6. Team l-(mmus 2), Clemso' 
Duane Coleman 1 1-36, Kyle Browning 3-8, Chad Jasmin 2-5, Dernck Hamilt. r. 
1-0. Charlie Whitehurst 12-lmmus 391 



PASSING • Maryland Scott McBrien 14 27-0-204. Clemson Char c 
Whitehurst 2245-2-320. 



RECEIVING - Maryland Latrez Harrison 4-39, Steve Suter 342, Derm k 

Fenner I -69. Dan Melendez I - 1 3. Jeff Dugan I ■ 1 1 . Rich Parson I - 1 0, Betr ( 

Fiddler 1-7. Jafar Williams 1-7. Bruce Perry 1-6, Clemson Demck Hamlllt r 

7-175, Kevin toungblood 6-64, Tony Elliott 4-57. Chad Jasmin 2-10. Aire' e 

Kyle Browning 1 7, 

TACKLES ■ Maryland D'Qwell Jackson 9-1-10. Leon Joe 5-3-8. Dennal 
Wilson 7*7. Shawne Memman 4-2-6. Madieu Williams 3-3-6, Clemson Lc* y 
Hill 9-1-10, Justin Miller 5-2-7. Travis Pugh 5-1-6. John Leake 3-3-6, Jama ( 
Fudge 3-2-5. 

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College Park, Md. 
Oct. 11,2003 



MARYLAND 33 
DUKE 20 



, COLLEGE PARK. Md — Maryland rolled to a 27-0 lead through three quarters before Duke 
:itaged a comeback bid as the Terrapins won their fifth straight game of the season in a victory 
4>ver the Blue Devils before the fourth consecutive crowd of more than 50,000 fans at Byrd 
indium. 

j Through three quarters, the Terrapins took advantage of good field position set up by a defense 
hat held the Blue Devils to 20 1 yards prior to the fourth quarter Duke scored three times in the 
final period, though, including a pair of rushing touchdowns by Alex Wade, gaining 2 1 2 yards in 
ihe final 1 5 minutes alone 

; Maryland got four field goals from Nick Novak, including a 54-yarder in the first quarter that 
( ied a school record for the longest successful field goal Novak also hit from 34, early in the 
lecond quarter, and helped the Terps hold off the Blue Devils' fourth-quarter comeback bid with 
(icksof31 and 48 yards 

Scott McBrien threw for 238 yards and a touchdown, completing 18 of 32 passes Two of 
jhose completions were for 49 



•ards and 1 5 yards to Latrez 
j Harrison, accounting for the 
jinly two plays on a scoring 
Inve late in the second quarter 
<hat gave the Terps at 13-0 
jialftime lead. 

Maryland took the opening 
Inve of the second half to the 
)uke end zone, going 80 yards 
i eight plays to set up an 1 8- 
■ard touchdown run by Bruce 
'erry less than three minutes 
lto the third quarter. 

The Terps went ahead 27-0 
ite in the quarter when Sammy 
j/ialdonado went over from five 
(•ards out. allowing Maryland to 
'ash in on a Blue Devil fumble 
|)n the 1 0-yard line. 
I Novaks two field goals were 
jandwiched between Dukes 
iouchdowns by Wade 
I Lance Johnson caught a 3- 
I'ard scoring pass from Mike 
Ichneider to finish the Duke 
pnng with 1:37 left in the 
lame 

D'Qwell Jackson had 
2tackles, Leon Joe finished with 
line, while Randy Starks had 
line tackles, including three for 
ass. 1.5 quarterback sacks, three 
|uarterback hurries, a pass 
ireakup and a forced fumble 

The Maryland defense was 
m the field a great deal in the 
lame, as Duke ran 92 plays 
md held the ball for more than 
■b minutes over the contest 



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20 



MARYLAND (5-2. 2-1 1 



14 



33 



MD-FG Nick Novak 54. 11:45 



Second Quarter 



MD-FG Nick Novak 34. 6:51 



MO - Latrez Harmon 1 5 pass ft Scott McBrien (Nick Novak kick). 4:25 
Thi rd Quarter 



MD - Bruce Pern/ 18 run |Dan Ennis kick). 1 2.24 



MD ■ Sammy Maldonado 5 run INick Novak kickl 2:13 



Fourth Quarter 



DU -Alex Wa de 23 run [Malt Broo ks kick). 1 4:00 



MD-FG Nick Novak 3 1. 9:38 



DU ■ Alex Wade I run IMike Schneider run failedl. 5:18 



MD-FG Nick Novak 48. 3:40 



DU ■ Lance Johnson 3 pass ft Mike Schneider |Matt Brooks kick). 1 .37 



MD_ 



First Downs 



Rushes-Yards 



31-131 



45-143 



ComrMtt-Int 



18-32-1 



Passing Y ards 



Return Yards 



JM- 



270 



PunG_ 



442.8 



7-35.7 



Fumbles-Lost 



Penalties-Yards 



6-60 



Sacks By-Yards Lost 



4-36 



Time of Posse ssion _ 



_ML 



36:10 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 



RUSHING - Man/land Josh Allen 9-36, Bruce Peny 8-36, Rich Parson I - 
29, Sammy Maldonado 5-15. Scott McBrien 4-14, Steve Suter 1-6, Dew 
Weatherty 1-1. Team 2-(minus 6|; Duke Chns Douglas 1 5-77. Alex Wade 1 4- 
65, Mike Schneider 12-33. Senterno Landrum 2-7. learn l-(minus 17], Khary 
Sharpe I|minus22| 

PASSING - Maryland Scott McBnen 18-32-1-238: Duke: Mike Schneider 
2047-1-270. 

RECEIVING - Maryland Latrez Hamson 4-88. Steve Suter 448. Jeff Dugan 
3-18. Bruce Peny 2-34, Rich Parson 2-22. Jo Jo walker 1-23. Dan Melendez 
1-6. John Allen I -(minus I). Duke Alex Wade 448, Lance Johnson 4-34. 
Khary Sharpe 3-38, Andy Roland 243, Senterno Landrum 24 1 , Calen Powell 
2-32. Chris Douglas 1-19. Ronnie Elliott 1-9. Reggie Love 1-6. 

TACKLES - Maryland: D'Qwell Jackson 84-12. Leon Joe 7-2-9. Randy 
Starte 4-5-9. Kevin Eli 2-6-8. Leroy Ambush 4-1-5, Andrew Henley 3-2-5, 
Duke: Ryan Fowler 54-9. Biendan Dc-wan 4-1-5. Kenneth Stanfoid 4-1-5. 
Ma tt Zielinski 14-5. DeAndre White 4-04. Terrell Smith 2-24. 

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Atlanta, Ga. 
Oct. 23, 2003 



GEORGIA TECH 7 
MARYLAND 3 



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MARYLAND JS-3, 2-2J 



ATLANTA, Ga — Georgia Tech used one of Marylands four turnovers to set up an 
early touchdown in the fourth quarter and held on for a victory over the Terrapins in an 
ACC game played before 51,524 at Bobby Dodd Stadium. 

The game, played on national television as part of ESPN's Thursday Night Football 
schedule, jumbled the league's standings and placed six teams in the middle of the pack 
with a pair of conference losses. 

Following a Terrapin fumble, Tech got the ball on the Maryland 1 8-yard line late in the 
third quarter The Yellow Jackets needed five plays to get into the end zone to erase a 3- 
deficit, scoring when Reggie Ball hit Jonathan Smith with a 4-yard scoring pass in the 
back of the end zone 

Maryland had gone ahead late in the third quarter on a 35-yard field goal by Nick 
Novak. The play capped a 1 2-play, 62-yard drive engineered by redshirt freshman 
quarterback Joel Statham, who replaced starter Scott McBrien after the senior suffered a 
concussion in the second quarter 

Seeing his first significant playing time as a Terrapin, Statham finished by hitting 1 of 
22 passes for 1 1 yards, but suffered three sacks and an interception by a Yellow Jacket 
defense that applied tremendous pressure 

Georgia Tech iced the game with a long drive in the fourth quarter. The Yellow Jackets 
took 7:08 off the clock on a 
1 2-play drive that began on 
their own 4-yard line after 
an outstanding punt by 
Maryland freshman Adam 
Podlesh. 

The Maryland defense 
was outstanding in the 
game, led by Leon Joe (14 
tackles), D'Qwell Jackson 
1 1 3) and Randy Starks 
|nme). The Terps limited 
Georgia Tech to just 228 
yards in total offense in the 
game and forcing nine 
punts. 

Bruce Perry, making his 
second start of the season 
for Maryland, had a strong 
performance with 75 yards 
rushing on 1 7 carries. Steve 
Suter led the Terps with four 
catches for 60 yards and 
added 91 yards on punt 
and kick returns. 

McBrien had 47 yards on 
4-for-l 1 passing before 
leaving the game with 2:17 
left in the first half. 



Georgia T«h 1 5-3. 3-2) 



Third Quarter 



MD - FG Nick Novak 35. 3:14 



Fourth Quarter 



GT - Jonathan Smith 4 pass fr Reggie Ball (Dan Burnett kickl 1 4: 1 



First Downs 



Rushes- Yards 



35-96 



41-130 



ComrMtt-lnt 



Passing Yards 



157 



Return Yards 



Punts 



Fumbles-Lost 



5-2 



1-0 



Penalties-Yards 



Sacks By- Yards Lost 



1-10 



3-19 



Time of Possession 



29:25 



30:35 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 



RUSHING - Maryland: Bruce Peny 17-75, Sammy Maldonado 3-33, Jo Jo 
Walker 14. Scott McBrien 4-2, Josh Allen 5-0, Joel Statham 5-|minus 18), 
Georgia Tech PJ Daniels 21-63, Reggie Ball 1646, Jonathan Smith 2-18, 
Chris Woods 2-3 



PASSING - Maryland Joel Statham 10-22-1-1 10, Scon McBnen 4-1 l-l- 
47: Georgia Tech: Reggie Ball 1 2-28- 1 -98. 



RECEIVING - Maryland Steve Suter 4-60, Demck Fenner 2-18. Bruce 
Perry 2-(mmus 4), Josh Allen 1-22. Latrez Hamson I -20, Jeff Dugan 1-17, Jo 
Jo Walker 1 - 1 3, Jafar Williams I -6, Bernie Fiddler 1 -5: Georgia Tech: Jonathan 
Smith 543. John Paul Foschi 4-32. Nate Cuny 2-19. Danus Williams 14 



TACKLES - Maryland: Leon Joe 9-5-14, D'Qwell Jackson 7-6-13, Randy 
Starks 54-9. Madieu Williams 6-1-7, Kevin Eli 4-3-7: Geoigia Tech: Keyaron 
Fox 5-6-1 1, Dawan Landiy 7-3-10. Travis Parker 2-6-8, James BuHer 1-7-8, 
Daryl Smith 4-3-7. Enc Henderson 34-7. 



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Nov. 13, 2003 



MARYLAND 59 



NORTH CAROLINA 21 




COLLEGE PARK, Md. — With five minutes remaining in the first half, Maryland and North 
Carolina were tied When Maryland went to the locker room at halftime, the Terrapins used a 
lightning strike over those last five minutes to take a 45-2 1 lead into the break. 

The Terps used that streak to go on to capture a Homecoming victory over the Tar Heels before 
a sellout crowd of 5 1 , 1 95, the fifth time in as many games Maryland had played before 50,000 or 
more this season at Byrd Stadium 

Senior quarterback Scott McBnen threw for four touchdowns and ran for two others in the 
victory McBnen, who played three quarters, finished with a career-high 349 yards passing on a 1 5- 
for-25 day Two of his touchdown throws went to Latrez Harrison, while he also found Josh Allen on 
a 43-yard TD pass and Jo Jo Walker on a 67-yard scoring strike 

Maryland's 39 points in the second quarter set an Atlantic Coast Conference record The Terps 
rolled up 6 1 2 yards in total offense, including 259 on the ground. 

North Carolina led 7-3 



when Nick Novak hit his second 
field goal of the first quarter 
UNC's Mike Mason took the 
ensuing kickoff 96 yards for a 
touchdown, giving the Tar 
Heels a 14-6 lead, despite 
having run only nine plays and 
holding the football less than 
four minutes. 

Maryland responded when 
McBnen scored on a 6-yard run, 
then found Steve Suter for a two- 
point conversion to tie But UNC 
quarterback Danan Durant hit 
Chad Scott on a 52-yard scoring 
pass and the Heels recaptured 
the lead at 21-14 with 9:13 left 
in the second quartet 

From that point, the Terps 
scored the final 45 points of the 
contest. Maryland scored on its 
first nine possessions of the 
game and 1 of its first 1 1 . The 
Terps turned two UNC turnovers 
late in trie second quarter into 
points, aiding in the 39-point 
outburst in the period 

Defensively, Maryland 
blanked the potent Tar Heels 
over the final 2-1/2 quarters, 
led by eight-tackle days from 
Domonique Foxworth and 
D'Qwell Jackson. 

Bruce Perry had his top 
game of the season in leading 
the Terrapin rushing game, 
finishing the first half with 96 
yards on 1 7 carries before 
leaving the game with an injury 
at halftime. 



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1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


Final 


North Carolina |l-8. 0-5) 


14 


7 








21 


MARYLAND (6-3, 3-2) 


6 


39 


14 





59 

























First Quarter 



MD - FG Nick Novak 24 9:59 



NC ■ Chad Scott 3 run (Dan Orner kick). 5:45 



MD - FG Nick Novak 20. ' 



NC - Mike Mason 96 kickoff return (Orner kickl. 3:56 



Second Quarter 



MD - Scott McBnen 6 run (Steve Suter pass fr McBrien). 11:23 



NC ■ Chad Scott 52 pass fr Danan Durant (Orner kick). 9:13 



MD - Latrez Hamson 14 pass fr McBnen (Novak kick). 7:44 



MD-FG Nick Novak 46. 4:54 



MD - Josh Allen 43 pass fr McBrien |Novak kick). 3.35 



MD-Jo Jo Walk er 67 pass ff M cBnen (Nov ak kickl. 0:57 



MD - Josh Allen 5 run |Novak kick). 0:29 



Third Quarter 



MP -Law; Hamson 16 pass fr McBnen jNpyak kic k) , 8:10 



. MD 1 Scofl_McBnen Lr un | Novak kick ), 0:05 



MD 



NC 



First Downs 


27 


16 


Rushes-Yards 


50-252 


25-108 


CompAn-Int 


16-27-0 


21-32-1 


Passing Yards 


360 


277 


Return Yards 


90 


125 


Punts 


2-38.5 


3-48.0 


Fumbles-Lost 


0-0 


2-2 


Penalties-Yards 


4-41 


5-35 


Sacks Bv-Yards Lost 


4-28 


1-3 


lime of Possession 


34 37 


25:23 




INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 



RUSHING - Man/land: Bruce Perry 1 7-96, Sammy Maldonado 5-43, Josh 

Allen 9-31. Scott McBnen 8-24. Mano Merrills 3-15, J.PHumber 4-15, Dan 

Melendez 1-14, Steve Suter 1-5, Derrick Fenner 1-5, Jo Jo Walker 1-4, North 

Carolina: Ronnie McGill 9-63, Jacque Lewis 540, Danan Durant 6-11. Chad 

[minus 2), C J Stephens 2-l mmus 12) 

PASSING - Maryland Scott McBrien 1 5-25-0-349, Joel Statham 1-2-0-1 1. 

28-1-209. CJ Stc-p* ■ 

RECEIVING - Maryland Sieve Suier 4-72, Lane? Hamson 4-54, Jo Jo 

Walker 3 99. Derrick Fennel 2-64. Josh Allen 1 43. Jeff Dugan l-l 7, Vernon 

Jawarskt Pollock 8-78, Jesse Holley 4-42, Jon 

Hamlet! 3-46. Chad Scott 2-69. Justin Phillips 2-28. Denele Mitchell 1-18, 



1ACKIIS ■ Maryland Domonique Foxworth 7- 1 -8, [: 
8, Dennard Wilson 4-2-6, Madieu Williams 2-4-6, Leon Joe 3 1 4. North Caro- 
lina Dexter Rekl 5-4-9. Larry Edwards 44-8 Mahlon Carey 4-2-6. Michael 
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MARYLAND 27 



VIRGINIA 1 7 



COLLEGE PARK, Md — On a night when driving winds made the running game cntica 
important, Maryland sophomore Josh Allen had a career night. 

Allen ran for 257 yards, the third-best single-game rushing total in Maryland football histor 
scoring a pair of touchdowns and leading the Terrapins to a victory over Virginia in a Thursday nig 
game nationally televised by ESPN. 

With sustained winds of more than 25 mph and gusts to 40 mph, each teams running game w 
crucial. Allen carried 38 times for his 257 yards, including an 80-yard touchdown run in the middle 
the second quarter. 

He had 1 54 yards by halftime. but also had 86 important yards in the final period that allowt 
Maryland to hold off a strong comeback bid by the Cavaliers The Terrapins held the ball for nearly 
minutes in the fourth quartet keeping the ball out of the hands of Virginia quarterback Matt Schau 
the reigning ACC Offensive Player of the Year 

Schaub finished with 186 yards and one TD pass on a l3-for-26 night The Cavs managed ji 
over 1 00 yards rushing, with 56 yards from Wall Lundy and 53 from Alvin Pearman 

On the opening com toss, Virginia elected to take the wind. Despite the strategy, Maryland tor 
its opening drive 84 yards in 1 1 plays, setting up an 1 1 -yard scoring pass from Scott McBrien to Law 
Harrison to allow Maryland to score first for the I Oth time this season 

Early in the second quartet 



a 4 1 -yard pass from McBnen to 
Jafat Wlliams set up a 1-yard 
scoring run by Allen, capping 
a six-play 61 -yard drive 

Virginia got on the board on 
its next possession, with Schaub 
diving over from the 4-yatd line 
to complete an 80-yard drive. 

On the next play from 
scrimmage, however. Allen 
scampered 80 yards for a score 
that put the Terps ahead 21-7. 
Nick Novak had a 33-yard field 
goal with 32 seconds left to 
send Maryland to halftime with 
a 24-7 edge 

Virginia scored the games 
next 1 points, getting a third- 
quarter score on a pass from 
Schaub to Pearman. A 43-yard 
field goal into the wind from 
Connor Hughes brought the 
Cavs within seven points with 
9 1 5 left 

But Maryland used a 1 0-play 
45-yard drive that took 5.33 to 
set up a 45-yard field goal by 
Novak that extended the Terps 
edge back to 10 points. 

The Tetp defense forced a 
thtee-and-out on the Cavs next 
possession, including a sack by 
Randy Starks, who finished with 
eight tackles, including three 
for losses. Virginia never got the 
ball again 



"Verf. Sctrre 





1st 2nd 


3rd 4th Final 


Virginia (S-S. 3-4| 


O 7 


7 3 17 


MARYLAND |7-3. 4-2) 


7 17 


3 27 




First Ouarrer 








r Scott McBrien INick Novak kickl. 8:24 


Second Quarter 


MD-Josh Allen 1 run (Novak kick| 12:16 


VA - Mart Schaub 4 run (Connor Hughes kick). 8:3 1 


MD - Josh Allen 80 run (Novak kick). 8.17 


MD-FG Nick Novak 33. 0:32 






VA - Alvin Pearman 1 4 pass fr Schaub IHuahes kickl. 6:00 


Fourth Quarter 






VA-FG Connor Hughes 43. 9:15 




MD-FG Nick Novak 45 3:42 




MD 


VA 


First Downs 


23 


14 




48-278 


32-108 


ComrMtt-Int 


14-21-0 


I3JM 


Passing Yards 


191 


IS6 


Return yards 


33 


10 


Punts 


3 28 


5-348 


Fumbles-Lost 


10 


M 




MS 


446 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


18 


04) 




35:25 


24:35 




INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 



RUSHING Maryland JoshAllen 38-257. Rich Parson 1-15. SconMcBn.' 
6-10, ManoMemlls 1-2, Team 2-|minus 6). Virginia Wall Lundy 16-56. AVi 
Pearman 1 1 -53. Ma rt Schaub 3- 1 Dev on Wiltems l-O. learn l-lm mus 2) 

PASSING - Maryland Scon McBnen 14-2I-0-I9I. Virginia: Man Schao 

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RECEIVING - Maryland Latrez Hamson 4-63. Jeff Dugan 340, Str. 
Suter 3-23. Jafar Williams Ml, Bernie Filddler l-l I. JoJo Walker I-7, Joi 
Allen I -6, Virginia Alvin Pearman 5 31, Ryan Sawyer 3-25 Wall Lundy 2-6 
Onowa Anders on 2-25. Heath Miller 1-39. 

TACKLES Maryland Madieu Williams 74-1 1, Curome Cox 8-0-8, Rant 
Starks 5-3-8. Leon Joe 5-0-5. Virginia Ahman Brooks 7-3-10, Kai Parham 3 
8Jajnaine Wmborne 7-0-7. Chns (.. ■ 

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Raleigh, N.C. 
Nov. 22, 2003 



MARYLAND 26 
UC STATE 24 



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MARYLAND [8-3, S-2) 



NC Stale (7-5, 4-4 1 



ST ■ TA McLendon I run |Adam Kiker kick! 1 2:06 



Second Quarter 



ST-TA McLendon I run IKiker kickl. 6:28 



RALEIGH, N.C. — Nick Novak kicked a 43-yard field goal with 23 seconds left, capping in 
iprobable comeback victory in which Maryland needed 16 points in the final 6:23 to beat the 
'olfpack before a regional television audience and clinch at least a tie for second place in the 
tlantic Coast Conference. 

The Terrapins trailed 24-1 with 8:45 left in the game after Adam Kiker hit a 32-yard field goal 

But Maryland went quickly down the field, needing just five plays to go 80 yards and set up a 
0-yard touchdown pass from Scott McBnen to Jo Jo Walker that pulled the Terps within seven 
ants 

The Terps forced a NC State punt minutes later then went 78 yards in only six plays to set up a 
yard scoring scamper by McBnen with 2:29 left Novak missed the extra-point kick, however and 
laryland still trailed by one point. 

On the second play of the Wolfpacks possession, Leroy Ambush forced a fumble by TA McLendon 
id Terp safety Madieu Williams recovered with 1 50 left on the State 46-yard line. 

Maryland picked up one first down to set up Novaks game-winning kick 

NC State scored on its first possession of the game, with TA. McLendons I -yard run capping a 
rive set up by a Maryland turnover. The Wolfpack led from that point, grabbing the advantage 
ss than three minutes into the game and holding it until there were 23 seconds remaining 

Marylands Josh Allen had his 
:cond straight 100-yard 
ishmg game, finishing with 
44 yards on 23 carries McBnen 
assed for 243 yards and two 
luchdowns, completing 1 7 of 
7 passes Jo Jo Walker led the 
?rrapms in receiving for the first 
me this season, getting six 
itches for 57 yards. Rich Parson 
■ent over the century mark in 
■ceiving yards, getting 1 1 4 
srds on four catches. 

NC State quarterback Philip 
vers, who had his jersey retired 

pregame ceremonies, finished 
ith 276 yards on a 16-for-30 
assing day. Jerncho Cotchery 
rabbed six receptions for 1 02 
irds for the Pack. McLendon 
ad a pair of I -yard sconng runs 
1 the first half and finished with 

5 yards on 2 1 carries. 
Marylands defense played 

r ell over the final 2-1/2 
uarters, keeping the Wolfpack 
ffense from scoring a 
wchdown in the games final 

6 minutes. NC State turned a 
4-10 halftime lead into a larger 
Jvantage midway through the 
urd quarter on an 83-yard punt 
■turn for a score by Tramain 
all. 



MP - Derek Miller 2 pass fr Scott McBnen |Nick Novak tack). 1,22 
MP-FGNict NgvaJ 23, 05 



Third Quarter 



ST ■ Tramain Hall 83 punt return (Kiker kick). 6 52 



fourth Quarter 



ST - FG Adam kik er 32. 8.45 



MP- Jo Jo Walker 10 pass fr McBnen INovak kick|. 6 23 
MP-Scott McBnen 2 run INovak kick failed). 2:29 



MP -FG Nick Novak 43. 0:23 



MO 



ST 



First Downs 



Rushes-Yards 



42-190 



CompAtl-Int 



17-37-1 



34-98 

16-30-1 



Passing Yards 



243 



276 



Return Yards 



Punts 



5^6 



_L5S_ 



5474 



Fumbles-Lost 



3-1 



3-1 



Penalties-Yards 



8-64 



Sacks By-Yards Lost 



2-11 



3-20 



Time of Possession 



31:06 



28:54 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 



RUSHING - Maryland Josh Allen 23- 1 44. Bruce Peny 8-20. Scott McBnen 
9-1 6, Steve Suter 1-7. Rich Parson I -3. NC State TA McLendon 2 1-65, Reggie 
Davis 3-19. Philip Rn/ers 9-10. Richard Washington 1-6. 

PASSING - Maryland Scott McBnen 1 7-37-1-243. NC State. Philip Rivers 
16-30-1-276. 

RECEIVING - Maryland: Jo Jo Walker 6-57, Rich Parson 4-1 14. Latez 
Harmon 4-38. Josh Allen 1-25. Bemie Fiddler 1-7. Deiek Miller 1-2: NC State 
Jerncho Cotchery 6-102. TA McLendon 4-70. Tramain Hall 3-64. TJ. Wilt 
lams 2-29 Richaid Washington 1-11 

TACKlfS - Man/land DQweJI Jackson 9-2-1 1. Madieu Williams 7-2-9. 
Kevin Bi 44-8. Randy Starks 44-8. Leon Joe 3-5-8: NC State Toy Graham 9- 
3-12. Andre Maddox 4-6-10, Oliver Hoyte 2-7-9, Dwayne Hemdon 2-5-7. 
Pat Thomas 2-3-5. Fieddie Aughtjy4jndsay 0-5-5. 

ATT- 53.800. WEATHER ■ 75 degrees, clear. 




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Groves Stadium 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 
Nov. 29, 2003 



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MARYLAND (9-3, 6-2| 
Wake Forest (5-7, 3-51 



22 



14 



28 



Firs! Quarter 



WF - Chns Barclay 53 run (Matt Wisnosky kickl. 1 3:02 



MP - Latrez Hamson 1 8 pass fr Scott McBrien (Novak kick failed|. 9:01 



MARYLAND 41 
WAKE FOREST 28 

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Bruce Perry made the most of his final Atlantic Coast Conference 
contest, as well as his final trip to Groves Stadium by rushing for 237 yards and three touchdowns, 
bringing Maryland to a comeback win for the second time in as many weeks. 

Maryland, which earlier in the week had accepted an invitation to play in the 2004 Toyota 
Gator Bowl, clinched sole possession of second place with the victory. 

Perry, who had rushed for more than 200 yards in a game at Wake Forest as a sophomore, 
scored all three of his touchdowns in the second half. In fact, coupled with a touchdown pass 
from Scott McBnen to Jafar Williams, Perry's scoring runs helped Maryland score 28 points in a 
span of 6:46 late in the third quarter and early in the fourth that erased a 2 1 -1 3 halftime deficit. 

Perry and Demon Deacon sophomore Chris Barclay (243 yards on 28 carries) each went over 
the 200-yard mark on the ground, marking the first time in ACC history and only the fifth time in 
NCAA Division I action that opposing tushers gained 200 yards in the same contest. 

The Terrapins trailed 21-6 after a 5-yard run by Barclay with 4:21 left in the second half. 
McBrien, who threw three touchdown passes, hit Dan Melendez on a 14-yarder to bring the 
Terps within eight points at halftime 

Late in the third quarter, 
Perry capped an 87-yard drive 
that took only three plays by 
going the final 49 yards with 
2:56 left. McBnen hooked up 
with Rich Parson for 3 1 yards 
to aid that drive 

On Wake's second play of 
the next drive, Madieu Williams 
got an interception for 
Maryland. McBrien hit Jafar 
Williams on a 28-yard pass and 
Maryland had its first lead at 28- 
21 

Barclay broke loose for a 74- 
yard sconng run on the next 
play from scrimmage to tie the 
game. 

But Perry answered on the 
Terps' next play, going 80 yards 
to put Maryland on top again. 

The Terrapins' defense got 
a three-and-out on the next 
series and Curtis Williams gave 
Maryland a short field when he 
blocked the Deacs' punt. 
McBnen took the Terps 28 
yards in seven plays to set up 
Perry's 2-yard score for the 
game's final points. 

Madieu Williams finished 
with 13 tackles to lead the 
Maryland defense. McBnen 
finished with 1 98 yards passing 
on a 1 2-for-22 day. 



Second Quarter 



WF - Cory Randolph 5 run (Wisnosky kickl. 1 1 :58 



WF - Barclay 5 run (Wisnosky kick). 4:21 



MP - Dan Melendez 1 4 pass fr McBnen INick Novak kick). 1 :02 



Thud Quanei 



MP - Bruce Peny 49 run INovak kickl. 2:56 



MP - Jafar Williams 28 pass fr McBrien (Peny pass fr McBnen|. 1 :57 



WF - Barclay 74 run (Wisnosky kickl. 1 :29 



MP - Perry 80 run (Novak kickl. 1.16 



Fourth Quarter 



MP - Perry 2 run |Novak kick failedl. 1 1 : 1 



MD 



I-:': l>.\' 



Rushes-Yards 



45-339 



CompAtt-lnt 



Passing Yards 



Return Yards 



Punts 



4-37.8 



Fumbles-Losl 



1-0 



JML 



Penalties-Yards 



3-20 



Sacks By-Yards Lost 



Time of Possession 



30:16 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 



RUSHING - Maryland Bruce Peny 25-237. Scott McBnen 9-6 1 , Josh Allen 
8-32. Rich Parson 1-7, Steve Suter 14, leam 1 -(minus 2|: Wake Forest Chns 
Barclay 28-243. Cory Randolph 1349. Chns Davis 4-30 Team 3-|minus 61. 



PASSING - Maryland: Scott McBrien 12-22-0-19 
Randolph 12-24-2-108. 



Wake Forest: Cory 



RECEIVING -Maryland: Jafar Williams 347, Steve Suter 2-52, Rich Parson 
246, Pan Melendez 2-27. Laoez Hamson 1-18, Bruce Peny 1-6. Josh Allen 
1-2: Wake Forest Chns Davis 445, Chns Barclay 4-35. Jason Anderson 2-1 7, 
Willie Idlette 2-1 1 



TACKLES - Maryland: Madieu Williams 94-1 3. Leon Joe 8-1-9. Domonique 
Foxworth 7-2-9, D'Qwell Jackson 6-3-9. Laoy Ambush 5-2-7. Wake Forest 
Dion Williams 7-2-9. Brad White 6-2-8. Enc King 5-0-5. Quinitin Wilfiams 5-0- 
5. Obi Chukwumah 4-04. Caipn Bracy 4-04 



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Jacksonville, Fla. 
Jan. 1.2004 




#23 MARYLAND 41 
#20 WEST VIRGINIA 7 



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West Virginia (8-5} 7 


7 


MARYLAND 110-3) 10 14 10 7 


41 


First Quarter 


MD-FG Nick Novak 26, 9:36 


MD • Jafer Williams 3 1 pass fr Scott McBrien INovak kick). 0:00 


Second Quarter 





MD -Steve Suter 76 punt return [Novak kic k). 13:55 



MP - Jafar William s 2 2 pass fr McBrien INov ak kick|. 7.49 



Third Quarter 



MD - Scott McBrie n 2 ru n INovak kick). 8 40 



WV - Rasheed Marshall 1 5 run (Brad Cooper kick|. 6:10 
MD-FG Nick Novak 24. 1:25 



JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Scott McBrien threw for a career-high 38 1 yards to help No 23 Maryland 
to a 4 1 -7 victory over No. 20 West Virginia in the Gator Bowl, a rematch of a regular-season game 
that was almost as lopsided. 

Playing against the team he left in 200 1 , McBrien threw for three scores and ran for another. 
His teammate, Steve Suter returned a punt for a touchdown and made a highlight-reel catch to 
help the once-downtrodden Terrapins (10-3) reach 10 wins for the third straight year under 
coach Ralph Fnedgen 

Only Texas, Oklahoma, Miami and Washington State can boast a similar three-year stretch 

Counting the 34-7 win in the regular season, the Terps have defeated the Mountaineers four 
times over the last three years by an average score of 35-1 3 

Suter, a junior playing with a bum knee that needs surgery, made the highlight plays for 
Maryland. 

Early in the second quarter, he 
fielded a punt at his 24 and went 
the length of the field, barely 
touched by only one 
Mountaineer for a score and a 1 7- 
lead. It added to his 80-yard 
punt return for a score last season 
against West Virginia in a 48-1 7 
win 

In the third quarter, Suter 
jumped with Mountaineers 
cornerback Lance Frazier for a 
long pass down the sideline that 
Frazier batted into the an only to 
watch it fall to the receiver at the 
West Virginia 7. Three plays later, 
McBrien ran in for a 31-0 lead. 

The senior quarterback 
finished 2 1 -for-33, a great closing 
act for the native of Rockville, 
Md„ who transferred from West 
Virginia to Maryland. McBrien 
finished 2 1 -6 as a starter for the 
Terps and 3-0 against the 
Mountaineers. 

McBriens favorite target was 
backup receiver Jafar Williams, a 
senior who came in with 10 
catches for one score all season, 
but made four catches for two 
TDs in his final game. 

Rasheed Marshall finished 1 0- 
for-16 passing for 87 yards. Kay- 
Jay Wilson finished with 49 yards 
on 1 2 runs. 



Fourth Quarter 


MD - Jo Jo Walker 14 pass fr McBrien INovak kick) 


6:42 






MD 


WV 


First Downs 


11. 


9 


Rushes-Yards 


48-141 


29-155 


( omp-AtMnt 


21-33-0 


11-19-0 


Passinq Yards 


381 


86 


Return Yards 


114 


165 


Punts 


2-33.5 


742.4 


Fumbles-Lost 


5-0 


12 


Penalties-Yards 


645 


640 


'.iris By Ms Lost 


2-13 


1-14 



time of Possession 



38:59 



21:01 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 



RUSHING - Maryland: Bruce Perry 20-67, J P Humber 4-29. Josh Allen 
1 1-28. Rich Parson 2-18, Dan Melendez 1-8, Joel Statham 1-3. Jo Jo WOlker 
1-2, Scott McBrien 8-mmus 14; West Virginia Kay-Jay Harris 6-56. Qumcy 
Wilson 1 249. Rasheed Marshall 8- 35. Charles Hal es 2-8. Jason Colson 1-7 

PASSING- Maryland Scott McBrien 2 1 -3 3-0-38 1 . West Virginia: Rasheed 
Marshall 1 0- 1 64-87, Charles Hales 1-2-rj-minus I:1eam0-I-M 

RECEIVING - Maryland Steve Suter 4-84 jafar Williams 4-65, Dan 
Melende? 34 1 . Jo Jo Walker 3-5 1 . Derrick Fenner 2-36. Bernie Fiddler 2-23, 
Josh Allen I -28, Vernon Davis I -28. Lattez Harrison 1-5, West Virginia: Chris 
Henry 346, John Pennington 2-19. Qumcy Wilson 2-minus 5, Milo Austin 
16. Dec Alston 1-6 Miquelle Henderson 1-5, kavis Garvin I -minus 

TACKLES - Maryland Leon Joe 77 9 ffOwell Jackson 5-34 Madieu 
Williams 1-4 S. Domonique Foxwortri 3-14, CJ Feldheim 2-24. West Vir 
ginia Brian King 8-2- 10. Mike Loiello 4-6-10, Grant Wiley 54-9, Lance Fraer 
6-0-6, Kevin Melee 4-2-6. 

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THE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCI1 



The Tradition 




John Swofford, 
ACC Commissioner 






Consistency. It's the mark of true excellence in any endeavor. 
However, in today's intercollegiate athletics, competition has become so 
balanced and so competitive that it is virtually impossible to maintain a 
high level of consistency 
Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds Now in its 52nd 
year of competition, the ACC has long enjoyed the reputation as one of 
the strongest and most competitive intercollegiate conferences in the na- 
tion. And that is not mere conjecture, the numbers support it. 

Since the league's inception in 1 953. ACC schools have captured 9 1 na- 
tional champion-ships, including 47 in women's competition and 44 in 
men's In addition, NCAA individual titles have gone to ACC student-ath- 
letes 1 1 6 times in mens competition and 57 times in women's action 

The conference had an immediate impact on the national college 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 
1 999, respectively. 

In addition, one of the leagues two new members - Miami - has laid claim to five national 
gridiron titles over the past 2 1 seasons. Four of the Hurricanes' five national titles ( 1 983, 1 987, 1 989, 
2001) were unanimous with both the sportswnters and coaches polls in agreement, while in 1 991 
Miami |AP| shared the national title with Washington (coaches|. 

The 1 1 institutions that take to the field this fall under the ACC banner have produced 474 first 
or second team gridiron All-Amencans and 68 first team academic AJI-Americans The current 1 1 ACC 
schools have had 1 ,9 1 1 players selected in the annual professional football draft, including 1 73 first- 
round selections. Ayear ago, the nine ACC member institu- 
tions had 1 60 former players on NFL rosters during the regu- 
lar 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 nations 
winningest bowl conference as the 1 1 current league teams 
area combined 1 19-106-5 (528) in postseason play 

Following its 5-1 bowl mark in 2003, the ACC is the 
only conference to have a winning bowl record in each of 
the past three seasons. Over the past three years, the ACC is 
1 3-6 in postseason play and has the best bowl winning per- 
centage 1 684) among all BCS conferences. 

In 2003, the ACC set an NCAA record when seven of 
its nine teams (78%) received bowl bids 

Georgia Tech is the winningest bowl team in Division 
l-A history Following its 52-10 win over Tulsa in last years 
Humanitarian Bowl, the Yellow Jackets are 21-1 1 (.656). 
while USC (.642) is second. 

For the first time in league history, ACC schools sur- 
passed the 3.000,000 mark in total attendance in 2003 and 
for the fourth straight year the league set new single sea- 
son records in attendance. In 58 home games during the 
2003 season, ACC teams drew 3,006,841 fans, breaking 
the existing record of 2,944,936 set during the 2002 sea- 
son. 



ACC 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 


Phone 


336-851-6062 


Media Relations Fax 


336-854-8797 


336-547-6261 


Administrative Fax 


336-316-6097 


E-Mail 


bmorrisonttheacc.orq 


Web Address 


theacc.com 



Atlantic Coast Conference 
45 1 2 Weybridge Lane 
Greensboro, NC 27407 



ACC Media Relations Staff 


Brian Morrison 


Assistant Commissioner 


Amy Yakola 


Associate Directoi 


Sarah Schmidt 


Assistant Director 


Jason Leturmy 


Media Relations Assistant 


Barb Dery 


Administrative Assistant 



The Championships 



The conference will conduct championship competition in 25 sports during the 2004-05 M 
demic 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 * 
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 M 
outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf and lacrosse Fencing, which was started in I9« 
was discontinued in 1 98 1 

Womens sports were initiated in 1 977 with the first championship meet being held in tennsj 
Wake Forest University 

Championships for women are currently conducted in cross country, volleyball, field hoc<l 
soccer basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, tennis, golf, lacrosse, Softball and rownl 



2003-04 in Review 

The 2003-04 academic year concluded with the league 
pocketing three more national team titles and — individual 
NCAA crowns. In all, the ACC has won 48 national team 
titles over the last 14 years. 

The ACCs 2003-04 national champions were Wake 
Forest in field hockey, North Carolina in women's soccer and 
Virginia in women's lacrosse. Overall, 66 ACC teams took 
part in postseason play compiling a 1 1 -66-4 (.596) record. 

A total of 169 student-athletes from the ACC earned 
first, second or third-team All-America honors this past year 
In addition, the ACC produced nine national Players of the 
Year, two national Rookies of the Year and three national 
Coach of the Year recipients. 

The ACC placed at least one team in the top 10 na- 
tionally in 1 7 sports. In all, 31 ACC teams finished their sea- 
son with a top 10 ranking. 



ACC Member Schools 

CLEMSON — Charter member of the Southern Intercolle- 
giate Athletic Association in 1 894, a charter member of the 
Southern Conference in 1 92 1 , a charter member of the ACC 
in 1953. 



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DUKE — Joined the Southern Conference in December 
1 928, charter member of the ACC in 1 953. 



FLORIDA STATE — Charter member of the Dixie Confer- 
ence in 1948, joined the Metro Conference in July, 1976, 
joined the ACC July, 1991. 

GEORGIA TECH — Charter member of the Southern In- 
tercollegiate Athletic Association in 1894, charter member 
of Southern Conference in 1 92 1 , charter member of the 
SEC in 1 932, joined the ACC in April, 1 978. 

MARYLAND — Charter member of the Southern Conference 
in 1 92 1 , charter member of the ACC in 1 953. 





MIAMI — Charter member of the Big East Football Confer 
ence in 1 99 1 ; joined the ACC in July, 2004. 



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NORTH CAROLINA — Charter member of the Southern 
Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1 894, charter mem- 
ber of the Southern Conference in 1 92 1 . charter member of 
the ACC in 1953 



NC STATE — Charter member of the Southern Conference in [ 
1921. charter member of the ACC in 1 953. 

^\/7 VIRGINIA — Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate 
\Vy Athletic Association in 1 894. charter member of the Southern 
T *"^^ r Conference in 1 92 1 , resigned from Southern Conference in 
December 1 936, joined the ACC in December, 1 953. 



VIRGINIA TECH - Charter member of the Southern 
Conference in 1921; withdrew from the Southern Con- 
ference in June, 1 965; became a charter member of the 
Big East Football Conference in Feb. 5, 199 1, joined the ACC in July, 2004 



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WAKE FOREST— Joined the Southern Conference in Feb- 
ruary, 1936, charter member of the ACC m 1953 



A History 






The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded on I 
8, 1 953, at the Sedgefield Inn near Greensboro, NC, 
seven charter members - Clemson, Duke, Maryland, Noi 
Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and W3 
Forest - drawing up the conference by-laws 

The withdrawal of seven schools from the Southe 
Conference came early on the morning of May 8, 19! 
during the Southern Conferences annual spring meetn 
On June 1 4, 1 953. the seven members met in Raleii 
NC. where a set of bylaws was adopted and the narr 
became officially the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

Suggestions from fans for the name of the new c< 
ference appeared in the regions newspapers prior to tl 
meeting in Raleigh. Some Conferences annual spnr 
meeting. On June 14. 1953, the seven members me; 
Raleigh, Tobacco, Blue-Gray Piedmont, Southern Sev< 
and the Shoreline 

Dukes Eddie Cameron recommended that the nan 
of the conference be the Atlantic Coast Conference, ar 
the motion was passed unanimously The meeting co 
eluded with each member institution assessed S200.0C 
pay for conference expenses. 

On December 4, 1 953, conference officials met ag, 
at Sedgefield and officially admitted the University of V 
gmia as the leagues eighth member The first, and orl 
withdrawal of a school from the ACC came on June : 
1 97 1 , when the University of South Carolina tendered 
resignation. 

The ACC operated with seven members until April 
1 978. when the Georgia Institute of Technology was . 
mitted. The Atlanta school had withdrawn from the Sou 
eastern Conference in January of 1 964. 

The ACC expanded to nine members on July 1 , 1 9 C 
with the addition of Florida State University 

The conference expanded to 1 1 members on July 
2004. with the addition of the University of Miami an 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University On C i 
tober 1 7, 2004, Boston College accepted an invitation ' 
become the leagues 1 2th member starting with the 20C ! 
06 academic year 



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2001 ACC CHAMPIONS • 2002 CHICK-FIL-A PEACH BOWL CHAMPIONS • 2004 TOYOTA GATOR BOWL CHAMPIONS 



2003 ACC REVIEW 














2003 ACC St 


andings 

Z Games 

L For 




















AC 

'earn W 


Opp 


Hm 


Rd 


W 


Overall 

L 


For 


Opp 


Hm 


Rd 


jionda State 7 


1 269 


138 


4-0 


3-1 


10 


3 


419 


219 


5-1 


5-1 


1ARYLAND 6 


2 220 


159 


4-0 


2-2 


10 


3 


406 


206 


6-0 


33 


. lemson 5 


3 212 


168 


4-0 


1-3 


9 


4 


367 


250 


6-1 


2-i 


JjC State 4 


4 256 


250 


3-1 


1 3 


8 


5 


489 


385 


6-1 


1-4 


■ilrgLnta 4 


4 187 


164 


3-1 


1-3 


8 


5 


364 


265 


5-1 


2-4 


fceorqia Tech 4 


4 151 


178 


3 1 


1-3 


7 


6 


274 


266 


4-2 


2-4 


ii/ake Forest 3 


5 242 


236 


2-2 


1-3 


5 


7 


335 


357 


34 


2-3 


Juke 2 


6 139 


265 


1 i 


1-3 


4 


8 


210 


343 


3-4 


14 


lorth Carolina 1 


7 184 


322 


1 3 


0-4 


2 


10 


317 


459 


1 r j 


1-5 



ACC Individual Honors 

'layer of the Year: Philip Rivers, QB, NC State 



)ffensive Player of the Year: Philip Rivers. QB. NC State 
lefensive Player of the Year: Darnell Docket!, PL. Florida State 
(ookie of the Year: Reggi e Ba l l, OB, Georgia Tech 
;oach of the Year: Tommy Bo wden, Clemson 
Irian Piccolo Award: Kevin Bailey, PL, Virginia 
acobs Blocking Trophy: Elton Brown, OG, Virginia 
im Tatum Award: Chris D ouglas, TB, Duke 

ACC Bowl Resul ts 

4azda Tangerine 

NC State 56, Kansas 26 



.ontinental Tire 

I 



Virgin ia 23, Pittsburgh 16 



oyota Gator 



Maryland 4 1 , West Vi rginia 7 



edEx Orange 



Miami 1 6, Florida State 1 4 



:hick fii-A Peach 



Clemson 27, Tennessee 1 4 



■lumanitarian 



Georgia Tech 52, Tulsa 1 



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ACC First Team Offense 

QB Phili p Rive r s, Sr., NC State 

RB Chris Douglas, Sr„ Duke 

RB RJ. Daniels, So., Georgia Tech 

WR Jerricho Cotchery, Sr„ NC State 

WR Craphonso Thorpe, Jr. Florida State 

If Heath Miller, So . Virginia 

OT Alex Barron, Jr., Florida State 

OT Sean Locklear, Sr., NC State 

OG C. J. Brooks, Jr., Maryland 

OG TysonClabo Si Wake Forest 

C Hugh Reilly, Sr., G eorgia Tech 

PK Nick Novak, Jr., Maryland 

SP Steve Suter, Jr., Maryland 

ACC Second Team Offense 

QB Matt Schaub, Sr, Virginia 

RB Chris Barclay, So., Wake Forest 

RB Wali Lundy, So., Virginia 

WR Jonathan Smith, Sr, Georgia Tech 

WR Derrick Hamilton, Jr., Clemson 

TE Jeff Dugan, Sr., Maryland 

OT Mark Moroz, Sr., Wake Forest 

OT Gregory Walker, Sr, Clemson 

OG Elton Brown, Jr., Virginia 

OG Jeb Terry, Sr, North Carolina 

C David Castillo, Jr., Florida State 

PK Connor Hughes, So., Virginia 

SP Derrick Hamilton, Jr., Clemson 

ACC Honorable Mention 
Offense 

QB-Charlie Whitehurst, So., Clemson; WR-Jarwarski 
Pollock, Jr., North Carolina; Kevin Youngblood, Gr, 
Clemson; TE-J.P Foschi, Sr, Georgia Tech; TJ. Williams, 
So., NC State; OT-Willie McNeill, Jr., North Carolina; 
OG-Matt Memrod, So., Florida State; Cednc Johnson, 
Jr., Clemson; Leroy Harris, Fr, NC State; C-Kyle 
Schmitt, J r., Maryland; Jed Paulsen, Jr., NC State. 



ACC First Team Defense 

DL Darnell Dockett, Sr, Florida State 



PL Eric Henderson, So . , Georgia Tech 

DL Randy Starks, Jr., Maryland 

DL Matt Zielinski, Sr, Duke 

LB Keyaron Fox, Sr, Geo r gia Tech 

LB Michael Boulware, Sr., Florida State 



LB Leroy H ill, Jr., Clemson 



DB James Butler, Jr., Georgia Tech 

DB Stanford Samuels, Sr., Florida State 

DB Eric King, Jr., Wake Forest 

DB Andre Maddox, Jr., NC State 

P Ryan Plackemeier, So., Wake Forest 

ACC Second Team Defense 

PL Eric Moore, Jr., Florida Sta te 

DL Chris Canty, Jr., Virginia 

D L Kevin Eli, Jr ., Maryland 

DL Donnell Washington Ji . Clemson 

LB OQwell Jackson, So., Maryland 

LB Ryan Fowler, Sr, Duke 

LB Pat Thomas, Jr., NC State 

DB Dexter Reid, Sr, North Carolina 

DB Domonique Foxworth, Jr., Mary land 

DB Madieu Williams, Sr., Maryland 



DB Terrell Smith, Sr, Duke 



P Adam Podlesh, Fr., Maryland 

ACC Honorable Mention 
Defense 

DL- John McCargo. Fr, NC State; Travis Parker, So., 
Georgia Tech; LB-Darryl Blackstock, So., Virginia; 
Paryl Smith, Sr, Georgia Tech; John Leake, Sr, 
Clemson; DB-Justin Miller, So., Clemson; Jamal 
Fudge, So., Clemson, Curome Cox, Sr., Mary- 
land; Jerome Carter. Jr., Florida State; Dennard 
Wilson, Sr., Maryland. Jamaine Winborne, Sr, 
Virginia; Michael Waddell, Sr, North Carolina. 
2BE 




Randy Starks 



7^ 






Jeff Dugan 




OOwell Jackson 






D. Foxworth 




'teve Suter, AII-ACC First Team 



CJ. Brooks, AII-ACC First Team 



Nick Novak, AII-ACC First Team 



Adam Podlesh 



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2003 ACC TEAM STATISTICS 



Total Offense 






Team 


G Rush Pass 


Plays 


Yards 


Avq TDYds/C 


NC State 


13 1311 4580 


888 


5891 


6.6 55 453 2 


Maryland 


13 2487 2995 


913 5482 


6.0 44421.7 


Clemson 


13 1779 3687 


955 


5466 


5.7 42 420.5 


Florida State 


13 1732 3505 


908 


5237 


5 8 46 402.8 


North Carolina 


12 1805 2927 


816 


4732 


5 8 38 394.3 


Virginia 


13 1695 3324 


904 


5019 


5 6 40 386.1 


Wake Forest 


12 2439 1818 


818 


4257 


5.2 39 354.8 


Duke 


12 2065 2051 


905 


4116 


4.5 24 343.0 


Georqia Tech 


13 2086 2212 


888 


4298 


4.8 29 330.6 


Rushing Offense 


Team 


G Att 


Yds 


Avq 


TD Yds/C 


Wake Forest 


12 569 


'439 


4.3 


31 203.2 


Maryland 


13 552 2487 


4.5 


24 191.3 


Duke 


12 546 


'065 


3 8 


16 172.1 


Georqia Tech 


13 509 


'086 


4.1 


16 160.5 


North Carolina 


12 387 


805 


4.7 


17 150.4 


Clemson 


13 465 


779 


3.8 


19 136.8 


Florida State 


13 470 


732 


3.7 


20 133.2 


Virqinia 


13 438 


695 


3.9 


17 130.4 


NC State 


13 392 


311 


33 


20 100.8 


Pass Offense 


Team 


G Att Cmp In 


Pet. 


Yds 


Avq TO Yds/G 


NC State 


13 496 357 7 


72 458C 


- • 35 352 3 


Clemson 


13 490 300 13 


61.2 3687 


7.5 23 283.6 


F onda State 


13 438 249 13 


56 8 3505 


8 26 269.6 


Virqinia 


13 466 316 12 


67.8 3324 


7 1 23 255.7 


North Carolina 


12 429 258 11 


60.1 2927 


6.8 21 243.9 


Maryland 


13 361200 7 55.42995 


8.3 20230.4 


Duke 


12 359 176 8 


49.0 2051 


5.7 8 170.9 


Georqia Tech 


13 379 199 13 


52 5 2212 


5.8 13 170.2 


Wake Forest 


12 249 146 10 


58.6 1818 


7.3 8 151.5 


Scoring Offense 


Team 


6 TD XP 


2XP 


FG Saf Pts Avq 


NC State 


13 65 61 


1 


12 


489 37.6 


Florida State 


13 52 50 





19 


419 32.2 


Maryland 


13 48 42 


2 


24 


406 31.2 


Clemson 


13 45 39 





18 


1 365 28.1 


Virqinia 


13 42 41 


1 


23 


364 28.0 


Wake Forest 


12 45 41 





8 


335 27.9 


North Carolina 


12 40 35 


2 


12 


317 26.4 


Georqia Tech 


13 32 31 





17 


274 21.1 


Duke 


12 25 20 


1 


13 


211 17.6 


Kickoff Returns 


Team 


G Ret 


Yds 




TD Avq 


Clemson 


13 29 


803 




1 27.7 


North Carolina 


12 47 


1248 




2 26.6 


Virginia 


13 32 


793 




24.8 


Duke 


12 41 


943 




23 


Maryland 


13 24 


550 




22.9 


Florida State 


13 40 


912 




22.8 


Georgia Tech 


13 48 


981 




20.4 


Wake Forest 


12 50 


978 




19.6 


NC State 


13 44 


764 




174 


Total Defense 


Team 


G Hush Pass 


Plys Yards 
849 4009 


Avq TO Yds/G 


Maryland 


13 1682 2327 


4.7 25308.4 


Georgia Tech 


1 3 1 307 2882 


870 


4189 


4 8 29 322 2 


Florida State 


1 3 1 552 2768 


921 


4320 


4.7 19 332.3 


Clemson 


13 I7I4 2658 


900 


4377 


4 9 29 336 3 


Duke 


12 1898 2603 


780 


4501 


5 8 39 375 1 


Virginia 


13 2102 2899 


921 




5 4 79 384 7 




13 1780 3693 


986 




56 45 421 


rest 


12 2092 3358 


931 


5450 


11 454 2 


North C' 


12 2724 3339 


915 




6 6 53 505.2 



R ushing De fense 



Sa cks 



Team 

Georqia Tech 



Att Yds Avq TD Yds/G Team 



G Sacks Yards 



G Opp Yards 



445 1307 29 14 1005 Florida State 



13 36 228 



13 25 



169 



Florida State 



472 1552 3.3 



7 1194 Maryland 



13 35 270 



13 20 131 



M aryland 13 481 1682 3.5 15 129.4 Georqia Tech 
Clemson 13 491 1714 3.5 14 131.8 Clemson 



13 33 231 



13 28 



192 



13 31 



211 



13 23 



158 



NC State 13 470 1780 3.8 17 136.9 Virqinia 

Duke 12 429 1898 4.4 24 158.2 NC State 



13 27 168 



13 12 



13 27 182 



13 17 



89 



Virginia 13 506 2102 4.2 15 161.7 Duke 

Wake Forest 12 466 2092 4.5 19 174.3 North Carolina 

North Carolina 



19 110 



12 35 239 



16 101 



12 22 



155 



556 2724 4.9 28 227 Wake Forest 



12 II 



107 



12 16 



Pass Defense 



Time Of Possession 



Team 



G Att Cmp Int Pet. Yds Avq TD Yds/G Team 



Time Avq/G 



Maryland 



13 368 185 12 50.3 2327 6.3 10 179.0 



Duke 



396:31 



33:02 



Clemson 



13 409 230 14 56 2 2658 6 5 15 204.5 Clemson 



404 15 



31:05 



Florida State 



13 449 247 15 55 2768 6 2 12 212 9 Maryland 



13 



403:27 



31:02 



Duke 



12 351 207 II 59 2603 7 4 15 216 9 



Ge orqia Tech 



13 425 257 13 60 5 2882 68 15 221 7 



Georqia Tech 
Virginia 



392:24 



30:11 



386:32 



29:44 



Virginia 



13 415 235 13 56 6 2899 7.0 14 223 Florida State 



376:29 



28:57 



North ( arolina 



12 359 226 2 63.0 3339 9.3 25 278.2 NC State 



375 43 



28:54 



Wake Forest 



12 465 288 13 61.9 3358 7 2 22 279! 



Wake Forest 



24;. 29 



28:52 



NC State 



13 516 305 II 59 1 3693 7.2 28 284 1 



North Carolina 



329:58 



27:29 



Scoring Defense 



First Downs 



Team 



G TD XP 2XP FG Saf Pts Avq Team 



G Rush Pass Pen Tot G Rush Pass Pen Tot 



Maryland 



13 27 



26 



6 206 15.8 



Florida State 



13 23 



20 



1 19 217 167 



Clemson 



13 31 



Virqinia 



13 32 



2i> 



NC State 13 82 201 28 311 13 105 170 26 30 1 

Clemson 13 111 156 37 304 13 103 128 16247 

Maryland 13 1 32 130 18 280 13 85 104 21210 

15 265 20.4 Florida State 13 116 133 29 278 13 77 118 23 21S 



II 250 19.2 



Geo rqia Tech 



13 30 



28 



Duke 



12 43 



41 



1 18 1 266 20.5 Virginia 13 95 158 12 265 13 128 125 11264 

12 123 99 17 239 12 98 118 9225 



1 14 343 28 6 Duke 



Wake Forest 



12 42 35 2 18 347 28.9 North Carolina 1 2 89 132 17 238 12 154 139 17310 



NC State 



13 46 



36 



2 23 385 29.6 GeorqiaTech 13 111 109 16 236 13 78 126 14218 



North Carolina 



12 57 



48 



3 21 459 38 2 Wake Forest 12 130 79 15 224 12 127 163 13 303 



Punt Returns 



Turnover Margin 



Team 



Ret Yds 



TD 



Team 



Georgia Tech 



33 



380 



Avq 

11.5 Florida State 



G Fum Int Tot Fum Int Tot Mar Avq 



15 



33 12 13 25 +8 6 



Florida State 



456 



II 1 



Wake Forest 12 13 13 26 



10 19 +7 58 



Maryland 



13 



50 537 



10.7 



Virginia 



13 10 13 23 



12 18 +5 0.38 



North Carolina 



20 



210 



Duke 



NC State 



220 



10.5 

10.5 Clemson 



12 10 II 21 



8 17 +4 0.33 



13 9 14 23 



13 19 +4 0.31 



Virginia 



33 



307 



9.3 NC State 



13 10 



21 12 



7 19 +2 0.15 



Clemson 



38 



289 



7.6 



Wake Forest 



22 



151 



Duke 



33 



178 



6.9 
5.4 



GeorqiaTech 13 14 13 27 12 13 25 +2 0.1 5 
Maryland 13 6 12 18 11 7 18 +0 0.00 



North Carolina 12 8 



10 14 11 25 -15 -1.25 



Net Punting 



Penalties 



Team 



Florida State 
Wake Forest 
Maryland 

'J Stan 
Cl emson 
North Carolina 
Duke 



G 


No. Yards Avq 

61 2549 11 1 


Ret Yds 


Avq 


Netft 


13 


27 144 


2.4 


39.4 


12 


60 2650 44 2 


33 349 


5.8 


38.3 


13 


53 2241 42.3 


26 230 


4.3 


37.9 


13 


53 2265 42.7 


33 285 


54 


37.4 


13 


59 2260 38.3 


14 120 


2.0 


36.3 


12 


54 2172 401. 


36 234 


43 


36 3 


12 


70 2754 39.3 


J8 in/ 


4.4 


35 



Team 



G No YdsAvq/G 



G Opp YdsAvq/G 



Virginia 



13 65 557 428 



13 70 591 45.5 



Wake Forest 12 61 524 43.7 



12 84 709 59.1 



GeorqiaTech 13 68 576 44.3 



Duke 



12 72 535 44.6 



13 93 800 61.5 
12 80 718 59 i 



Georqia Tech 

Virginia 



13 68 2541 37.4 36 324 4.8 32.6 

13 66 2279 34 5 17 153 2 3 32 2 



North Carolina 12 68 
Maryland 

en - 
Florida State 

NC Sfett 



584 48.7 



12 74 705 58.8 



13 82 697 53.6 



13 81 623 47.9 



735 56.5 



13 81 779 59.9 



13 91 
13 100 



835 642 



13 90 770 59.2 



907 698 



13 87 772 59.4 



3rd Down Conversions 




G Com Att Pet 



North Carolina 
Georgia lech 

Florida State 



13 
13 

17 
13 
13 
12 
13 
12 
13 



76 162 46 9 
84 184 45.7 

73 173 422 



76 188 40 4 

69 18 3 37 7 

60 163 36 8 

67 187 35 8 

66 197 14 4 

58 175 31 I 



G Opp Att Pet. 

J3 72 199 36 2 

13 68 190 35.8 

12 90 180 50 

65 187 34 8 

75 187 40 1 

166 45 8 

185 34 I 

57 157 363 

61 711 78 6 



13 
13 
12 

13 
17 
13 



76 
63 



Red Zone Offense 




Team 


G RedZ. Pet. TDs 


R/PFGAT F/im/C 


Maryland 


3 47-51 92.2 32 20/12 15-16 0/0/0/3 


>.r ;.-, . 


3 47-54 87 32 


16/16 15-15 1/1/2/3 


NC State 


3 47-57 87 5 35 


16/19 12-17 0/1/3/1 


Georgia Tech 


3 32-39 82.1 18 


12/6 1416 I/I/3/C 


Wake Forest 


2 34 42 81.0 28 


26/2 6-8 0/1/5/1 


Clemson 


3 41-52 78 8 27 


17/10 14-18 




3 4456 78 6 31 


'? '14 13-16 2/1/4/2 


North Carolina 


2 31-40 77 5 25 


15/10 6-9 . 


Duke 


2 28-41 68 3 20 


13/7 8-17 3/1/3/7 



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2003 ACC INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

lushing 



layer, Year, Team 

I Daniels, So.. GaT 
nns Barclay So Wl 
ins Douglas, Sr Duke 
'ali Lundy, So., UVa 
ruce Perry, Sr., Md. 
>sh Allen, So., Md. 
" . Gill. Ff. UNC 
vm Pearman Jr UVa 
uane Coleman, So.. Clem 
rcqJones, Sr., FSU 

n Sr Clem 

1 ■ ph Si I Wj 



Att 

283 
235 



Yds 

1447 

1192 



236 



1138 



227 
147 
186 

128 



929 
713 
922 



Avg 
5.1 
5 I 
48 
4 I 
4.9 
5.0 



TD 

10 
12 

6 
10 

6 



654 



51 



134 


64 i 


4.8 


133 


619 


4.7 


I'M 


618 


4.3 



112 
94 



523 



47 



404 



43 



'assing 



layer, Year, Team 



G Att Cmp Int 



ulip Rivers S r. NCS I3_ 

■i.iilie Whiiehurs! So Clem 1 3 
attSchaub Sr UVa II 403 

nns Rix, JrJSU 13 382 



483 348 7 
465 288 13 



Pet. 
72 

61 9 



Yds 

4491 

3561 



Avg/C 

J45 5 

273 9 



arian Durant, Jr.. UNC 12 389 



:ott McBrien, Sr., Md. 

jqqieBall, Fr GaT 



13 314 



281 
216 
234 
173 



69.7 2952 18 268.4 



56.5 3107 23 239.0 



60.2 2551 18 212.6 



13 350 



181 



jry Randolph. So.. WF 



12 246 144 10 



55.1 
51.7 

58 5 



1996 10 153.5 



1773 



3 1 47 s 



ike Schneider Fr, Duke 10 208 



97 6 46.6 1220 



1 22 



rotal Offense^ 

layer, Year, Team C 



Rush 



Pass 



Plays 



Total 



ulip Rivers, Sr, NCS 



13 



109 



4491 



561 



4600 



harlie Whitehurst. So., Clem. 1 3 



45 



3561 



557 



3606 



att Schaub. Sr. UVa 



II 



■23 



2952 



429 



2929 



ins Rix, Jr, FSU 



13 



130 



3107 



471 



3237 



arian D urant. Jr., UNC 12 



396 



2551 



2947 



:ott McBrien, Sr., Md. 13 



259 



2672 



396 



2931 



:qqie Ball, Fr. GaT 



384 



1996 



489 



238C 



.iry Randolph, So, WF 12 



404 



1773 



340 



2177 



ike Schneider Fr., Duke 10 



181 



1220 



292 



1401 



I. Daniels. So.. GaT 



13 



1447 



283 



1447 



deceptions 



mathan Smith. Sr. GaT 



13 



78 



1138 



14.6 



irwarski Pollock. Jr. UNC 12 



745 



10.5 



■vin Younqblood, Sr. Clem. 13 



70 



897 



12.8 



eath Miller So.. UVa 



'3 



70 



835 



11.9 



amain H all. So.. NCS 



69 



799 



11.6 



BE Pearman ]• UVa 



'3 



63 



518 



emck Hamilton, Jr, Clem. 13 



62 



1026 



16.5 



raphonso Thorpe. Jr. FSU 1 1 



994 



19.5 



ireseC/'ie Jr. Gem 



10 



43 



560 



13.0 



K. Sam, Jr., FSU 



50 



735 



14.7 



ison Anderson, Jr.. WF 



44 



751 



17.1 



leceiving Yards. 



lay er. Ye ar, Team 



Rec 



Yds 



TO 



Avg/C 



!rricho Cotchery, Sr. NCS 1 3 



86 



1369 



15.9 



raphonso Thorpe. Jr, FSU 1 1 



994 



19.5 



wathan Smith, S r., GaT 13 



78 



1138 



14.6 



errick Hamilton, Jr, Clem. 13 



62 



1026 



16.5 



evin Younqblood. Sr, Clem. 13 



70 



897 



12.8 



leath Miller So., UVa 



13 



70 



835 



11.9 



uon Anderson, Jr.. WF 



12 



44 



751 



17.1 



iiwarski Pollock. Jr., UNC 12 



745 



10.5 



amain Hall. So.. NCS 



13 



69 



799 



11.6 



K. Sam, Jr., FSU 



50 



735 



14.7 



irese Cume, Jr.. Clem. 



10 



43 



560 



13.0 



atrez Harrison, Sr., Md. 13 



39 



558 



14.3 



Yds/G 

111 3 
99.3 



94.8 
77.4 
71.3 
70.9 

54.5 
49.5 



47.6 

;.■". 
40.2 
33.7 



Effic. 

170 5 
I35& 



141.0 



137 9 



1254 



2672 19 205.5 142.7 



!!!3S 



121.7 



96.5 



Yds/G 



353 8 



277.4 



266.3 



249.0 



245.6 



225.5 



183.1 



181 4 



140 1 



111.3 



layer, Year, Team 


C 


Rec 


Yds 


TD 


Avg/C 


Rec/G 


nfcho Cotchery. Sr. NCS 


I' 


86 


1369 


10 


15.9 


6.62 



6.00 



5.92 



5.38 



5.38 



331 



4.85 



4.77 



4.64 



4.30 



3.85 



3.67 



Yds/G 



105.3 



90.4 



87.5 



789 



690 



64 2 



62.6 



62.1 



61.5 



565 



56.0 



42.9 



All-Purpose Yards 














Player, Year, Team 


G 


Rush 


Rev 


PR 




KR 


Yds 


Avg/G 


Derrick Hamilton, Jr, Clem 


13 


III 


1026 


218 




380 




133.5 


Jonathan Smith, Sr, GaT 


13 


45 


1138 


364 




22 


1569 




Chris Douglas, Sr 1 1 it 


12 


1138 


212 







93 


1443 






13 


1447 


88 












1181 


Chris Barclay, So., WF 


12 


1192 


53 







149 


1394 


1 1 6 2 


Jerncho Cotchery Sr., NCS 


13 


32 


1 36') 










1401 


107.8 


Alvin Pearman. Jr, UVa 


13 


643 


518 


38 




128 


1377 


102.1 


Steve Suter, Jr., Md. 


12 


58 


471 


334 


351 


1214 


101.2 


Tramain Hall, So , NCS 


13 


142 


799 


202 




160 




100 2 


W/ali Lundy, So , UVa 


l? 


929 


25 3 









1182 


98 5 


Craphonso Thorpe, Jr, FSU 


11 


11 


794 







67 


1 01 1 


97.0 


Willie Idlette, Fr, WF 


12 


234 


319 


146 




410 


1109 


92 4 


Josh Allen, So., Md. 


13 


922 


220 










1142 


87.8 


Punt Returns 


















Player, Year, Team 


G 


Ret 


Yds 




TD 




Avg 




Jonathan Smith, Sr, GaT 


13 


31 


364 




2 




11.7 




Tramain Hall. So.. NCS 


13 


19 


202 




2 




10 6 




Marques H i ; m ', . i .''. • 


13 


28 


269 









9 6 




Steve Suter, Jr., Md. 


12 


37 


334 




2 




9.0 




Derrick Hamilton, Jr, Clem. 


13 


29 


218 









7.5 




Willie Idlette. Fr. WF 


12 


21 


146 




1 




7.0 




Lance Johnson, Jr, Duke 


12 


21 


105 









5.0 




Kickoff Returns 


Player, Year, Team 


G 


Ret 


Yds 




TD 




Avg 




Michael Waddell, Sr„ UNC 


11 


15 


475 




1 




31.7 




Senterrio Landrum, Jr. Duke 


12 


25 


709 









28.4 




Mike Mason, Fr, UNC 


12 


25 


651 




1 




26.0 




Justin Millen So., Clem. 


13 


17 


417 









24.5 




Antonio Cromartie, Fr, FSU 


13 


24 


563 









23 7 




Steve Suter, Jr., Md. 


12 


15 


351 









23.4 




Kenny Scott, Fr, GaT 


13 


35 


779 









22 3 




Willie Idlette. Fr, WF 


12 


20 


410 









20 5 




Lamont Reid, Jr., NCS 


II 


14 


275 









19 6 




Punting 


Player, Year, Team 


G 


Punt 


Yds 




Avq 








Ryan Plackemeier So XT 


12 


57 


2600 




45 6 








Austin Herbert, Sr, NCS 


13 


53 


2265 




42 7 








Adam Podlesh, Fr, Md. 


13 


53 


2241 




42.3 








Jesse Stein, Fr. FSU 


13 


57 


2401 




42 1 








Trey McDonald. Jr., Duke 


12 


55 


2236 




40? 








Cole Chason, Fr, Clem. 


13 


58 


2238 




38 6 








Tom Haqan, So., UVa 


13 


63 


2193 




34.8 








Scoring 


Player, Year, Team 


G 


TD 


XPT 




FG 




PU 


Pts/G 


Nick Novak, Jr., Md. 


13 





38 




24 




110 


8.5 


Connor Huqhes. So.. UVa 


13 





40 




23 




109 


8.4 


Xavier Beitia. Jr, FSU 


13 





50 




19 




107 


82 


Aaron Hunt, Sr, Clem- 


13 





38 




18 




92 


7.1 


Adam Kiker, Sr, NCS 


13 





56 




12 




92 


7.1 


Wall Lundy, So., UVa 


12 


14 












84 


7.0 


Dan Burnett, Sr, GaT 


13 





28 




17 




79 


6.1 


Craphonso Thorpe, Jr, FSU 


11 


II 












66 


6.0 


Chris Barclay, So., WF 


12 


12 












72 


6.0 


Dan Ornet Sr, UNC 


12 





33 




12 




69 


5.8 


Kicking 


Player, Year, Team 


G 


PATs 


FGs 


FGPct. 




PU 


Pts/G 


Nick Novak, Jr., Md. 


13 


38-42 


24-32 




75.0 




110 


8.5 


Connor Huqhes, So., UVa 


13 


40-40 


23-25 




92.0 




;C9 


8.4 


Xavier Beitia, Jr., FSU 


13 


50-51 


19-25 




76.0 




107 


8.2 


Adam Kiker Sr, NO 


13 


56-59 


12-17 




70.6 




92 


7.1 


Aaron Hunt, Sr, Clem 


13 


3842 


18-26 




69.2 




92 


7.1 


Dan Burnett Sr. GaT 


13 


28-29 


17-21 




81.0 




79 


6.1 


Dan Ornec Sr„ UNC 


12 


33-33 


12-16 




75.0 




69 


5.8 


Matt Brooks, Jr.. Duke 


11 


15-17 


6-9 




66 7 




33 


:•! ' 


MattWisnosky. SO..WF 


12 


25-27 


3-5 




60.0 




34 


2.8 






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Inte rceptions 



Sacks 



Player, Yea r, Tea m 



Int 



Yds 



TD 



Int/G 



Almondo Curry Sr, UVa 



133 



0.43 



James Butler Jr., GaT 



13 



038 



Jamaal Fud ge, So , Clem. 13 



66 



0.31 



Eric King, Jr., WF 



12 



127 



25 



Leroy Smith, Jr., FSU 



13 



122 



0.23 



Reuben Houston, So., GaT 1 3 



65 



0.23 



Dom. Foxw orth, Jr., Md . 1 3 



64 



0.23 



Madieu Williams, Sr., Md.13 



10 



0.23 



Leroy Hill, Jr, Clem. 



13 



0.23 



Pat Watkms. S o., FSU 



0.23 



Tackles 



Player, Year, Team 


G 


Solo 


AU 


Total 


Avg/C 


Sack 


Keyaron Fox, Sr, GaT 


13 


81 


74 


155 


11.9 


4 


Terrell Smith, Sr, Duke 


12 


75 


65 


140 


11.7 


1 


Ryan Fowler, Sr, Duke 


12 


79 


57 


136 


11.3 


0.5 


Leroy Hill, Jr., Clem. 


13 


110 


35 


145 


11,2 


8 


Andre Maddox, Jr., NCS 


13 


113 


32 


145 


11.2 


1.5 


Dexter Reid, Sr, UNC 


12 


91 


38 


129 


10.8 






Q 



DQwell Jackson, So., Md.13 


88 


48 


136 


10.5 


2.5 


Pat Thomas, Jr., NCS 


13 


69 


61 


130 


10.0 


7 


Daryl Smith, Sr, GaT 


13 


69 


59 


128 


9.8 


3 


John Leake, Sr, Clem 


13 


88 


40 


128 


9.8 


3 


James Butler, Jr., GaT 


13 


59 


60 


119 


9.2 





Ahmad Brooks, Ft, UVa 


13 


63 


49 


117 


9.0 


3.5 


Jamaal Fudqe, So., Clem. 


13 


76 


36 


112 


86 





Michael Boulware. Sr, FSU 


13 


78 


33 


111 


8.5 


2.5 


Chris Canty, Jr., UVa 


13 


53 


51 


104 


8.0 


3 


Leon Joe, Sr., Md. 


13 


63 


41 


104 


8.0 


1 


Mahl in Care) So UNC 


12 


62 


34 


96 


8.0 





F. Auqhtry-Undsay, Jr., NCS 


13 


58 


45 


103 


7.9 


2 


Troy Graham, Jr., NCS 


12 


72 


20 


92 


7.7 





Travis Pugh Jr Clem 


13 


75 


24 


99 


7.6 





Brendan Dewan So Duke 


12 


47 


44 


91 


7.6 


0.5 


Caron Bracy Jr., WF 


12 


68 


22 


90 


7.5 





Jermaine Hardy, Jr, UVa 


13 


74 


23 


97 


7.5 





Oliver Hoyte, So, NCS 


13 


44 


53 


97 


7.5 





Qumtin Williams, Sr, WF 


12 


60 


28 


88 


7.3 





Larry Edwards, Fr, UNC 


12 


53 


32 


85 


7.1 


0.5 


Kai Parham, Fr„ UVa 


13 


54 


35 


S9 


68 


2 


Madieu Williams, Sr., Md.13 


57 


31 


88 


6.8 





Brennan Schmidt, So , UVa 


13 


47 


40 


87 


6.7 


3.5 


D.r.v.iii Landry, So GaT 


13 


41 


44 


85 


6 5 






Player, Year, Team 


G 


Jo/o 


Ait 


Yds 


Total 


Avg/G 


Eric Henderson, So., GaT 


13 


10 


2 


73 


11.0 


0.85 


Leroy Hill, Jr., Clem. 


13 


8 





57 


8.0 


0.62 


Shawne Merriman, So., 


Md.13 


8 





56 


8.0 


0.62 


Randy Starks, Jr., Md. 


13 


7 


1 


57 


7.5 


0.58 


Eric Moore, Jr, FSU 


13 


7 


1 


48 


7.5 


0.58 


Pat Thomas, Jr, NCS 


13 


6 


2 


53 


7.0 


0.54 


Matt Zielinski, Sr, Duke 


12 


6 


2 


34 


7.0 


U 58 


Phillip Alexander Jr, Duke 


12 


6 


1 


45 


6.5 


0.54 


Kevin Eli, Jr., Md. 


13 


6 





52 


6.0 


0.46 


Darryl Blackstock, So, UVa 


13 


4 


2 


35 


5.0 


0.38 


Tackles For Loss 












Player, Year, Team 


G 


Solo 


Ait 


Yds 


Total 


Avg/G 


Leroy Hill, Jr., Clem 


13 


27 





92 


27.0 


2.08 


Eric Henderson, So, GaT 


13 


17 


7 


97 


20.5 


1.58 


Phillip Alexander Jr. Duke 


12 


18 


1 


79 


18.5 


1.54 


Matt Zielinski, Sr, Duke 


12 


16 


4 


49 


18.0 


1.5 


Darnell Dockett, Sr, FSU 


13 


16 


1 


42 


16.5 


1.27 


Darryl Blackstock, So, UVa 


13 


14 


4 


57 


16.0 


1.23 


Randy Starks, Jr., Md. 


13 


14 


3 


73 


15.5 


1.19 


Keyaron Fox, Sr, GaT 


13 


11 


7 


60 


14.5 


1.12 


Daryl Smith, Sr, GaT 


13 


10 


6 


35 


13.0 


1 


Pat Thomas, Ji NCS 


13 


11 


4 


71 


13.0 


1 



Fumbles Forced 



Player, Year, Team 


G 


Num 


Kevin Emanuel, Sr, FSU 


13 


4 


Raymond Mann, Si UVa 


13 


4 


Keyaron fox Sr, GaT 


13 


4 


Bryant McFadden li FSU 


12 


3 


Matt Zielinski, Sr, Duke 


12 


3 


Eric Kinq, Jr, WF 


12 


3 


James Butler Jr, GaT 


13 


3 


Kendyll Pope, Sr, FSU 


10 


2 


Micah Harris, Jr, Duke 


10 


2 


Isaiah Thomas, Fr, UNC 


11 


2 



Fumbles Recovered 


Player, Year, Team 


G 


Num 


Qumtin Williams, Sr, WF 


12 


3 


AJ. Nicholson, So, FSU 


13 


3 


JoeAnaoi Fi GaT 


10 


2 


Orrin Thompson, Jr, Duke 


12 


2 


Garland Heath, Fr, NCS 


12 


2 


Phillip Alexander Jr., Duke 


12 


2 


Larry Edwards, Fr, UNC 


12 


2 


Eric Kinq, Jr, WF 


12 


2 


Ryan Fowler, Sr, Duke 


12 


2 


Terrell Smith, Sr, Duke 


12 


2 



Passes Defended 






Player, Year, Team G 


Brup 


Int 


Eric Kinq, Jr, WF 12 


15 


3 


Stanford Samuels, Sr, FSU 12 


12 


2 


Justin Millet So, Clem. 13 


13 


2 


Kenneth Stanford, Jr. Duke 1 2 


12 


1 


Almondo Curry, Sr, UVa 14 


9 


6 



ACC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 



Offensive Back 


A30 Philip Rivers 


NC State 


S6 Cory Randolph 


Wake Forest 


SI 3 Philip Rivers 


NC State 


S20 Craphonso Thorpe 
S27 Jerricho Cotchery 


Florida State 
NC State 


04 Jonathan Smith 


Georqia Tech 


01 1 Jonathan Smith 


Georqia Tech 


018 Chris Barclay 


Wake Forest 


02 r , Tramain Hall 


NC State 


N I Philip Rivers 


NC State 




N8 Chris Douqlas 


uuke 


NI5 Josh Allen 


Marland 


Philip Rivers 


NC State 


N22 Charlie Whitehurst 


Clemson 


D! MattSchaub 


Virginia 


Bruce Perry 


Maryland 


Offensive Line 


A30 Elton Brown 


Virginia 


S6 Ray Willis 


Florida State 


S 1 3 D'Brickashaw Ferguson Virginia 


S20 Sean Locklear 


NC State 


S27 Heath Miller 


Virginia 



04 


D'Brickashaw Ferquson Vlrqinia 


Oil 


Huqh Reilly 


Georqia Tech 


018 


Blake Unqruen 


Wake Forest 


025 


Jeb Terry 


North Carolina 


Nl 


Mark Moroz 


Wake Forest 


N8 


Rudy Wilson 


Duke 


N15 


Ray Willis 


Florida State 


N22 


Heath Miller 


Vlrqinia 


Dl 


Heath Miller 


Virginia 




Defensive Line 


A30 


Brennan Schmidt 


Vlrqinia 


56 


Eric Henderson 


Georgia Tech 


SI3 


Eric Moore 


Florida State 


S20 


John Leake 


Clemson 


S27 


Kevin Emanuel 


Florida State 


04 
Oil 


Shawne Merriman 

Leroy Hill 


Maryland 

Clemson 


018 


Allen Augustm 


Florida State 


025 


Keyaron Fox 


Georgia Tech 


Nl 


Matt Zielinski 


Duke 


N8 


Leroy Hill 


Clemson 


NI5 


Randy Starks 


Maryland 


N22 


Randy Starks 


Maryland 


Dl 


Darnell Dockett 


Florida State 



Defensive Back 



Oil Nick Novak 



Maryland 



A30 Warren Braxton 



Wake Forest 



S6 Keyaron Fox 



Geor qia Tech 



SI 3 Terrell Smith 



Duke 



S20 Greg G olden 



NC State 



S27 Jamaine Wmbo rne Virginia 



04 


Darryl Blackstock 


Virginia 


Oil 


Freddie Auqhtry-Undsay NC State 


018 


Michael Boulware 


Florida State 




Kellen Brantley 


Wake Forest 


025 


James Butler 


Georqia Tech 


Nl 


Leroy Smith 


Florida State 


N8 


Tye Hill 


Clemson 


NT) 


Reuben Houston 


Georgia Tech 


N22 


Brendan Dewan 


Duke 


Dl Madieu Williams 

Specialist 


Maryland 


A30 


Tramain Hall 


NC St, lie 


S6 


Ryan Plackemeir 


Wake Forest 


SI3 


Nick Novak 


Maryland 


S20 
S27 


Michael Waddell 
Connor Hughes 


North Carolina 
Virginia 


04 


Adam Podlesh 


Maryland 



018 Xavier Beitia 


Florida State 


025 Leon Washinqton 
Nl Nick Novak 


Florida State 
Maryland 


N8 Michael Waddell 


North Carolina- 


N15 Jonathan Smith 


Georgia Tech 


N22 Connor Hughes 


Virqinia 


Dl Leon Washington 


Florida State 


Rookie 



A30 Lorenzo Booker 



S6 Regg ie Ball 



Florida State 



Georgia Tecri 



SI 3 Mike Schneider 



Duke 



S20 Willie Idlette 



S27 Reggie Ball 



Wake Forest 



Georgia Tech 



04 Reggie Ball 



Oil Reggie Ball 



018 Larry Edwards 
025 Ernie Sims 



Nl Jyles Tucker 

N8 Ronnie McGill 

NI5 Reggie Ball 

N22 Mike Schneider 

Dl Kai Parham 



all Georgia Tech 

all Georgia Tech 

vards North Carolia 

is Florida State I 

kei WakeForest 

IcGill North Carolin, I 

all Georgia Tech * 

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September 4, 2004 
B yrd Stadium 
Colleg e Park. Md. 




Head Coach 
Joe Novak 



Ldi I I 




LB Brian Atkinson 



QB Josh Haldi 



2004 Sc/iec&Afe 

Sep. 4 at Maryland 


Sep. 1 1 


Southern Illinois 






Sep 13 


at Iowa State 






Sep. 21 


Bowlinq Green State 






Oct. 2 


Akron 






Oct. 9 


at Central Florida 






Oct. 16 


Central Michiqan 






Oct. 23 


at Western Michiqan 






Oct. 30 


at Ball State 






Nov 9 


Toledo 






Nov. 20 


at Eastern Michiqan 






2DD-? fte&sKff&f 

Auq. 28 Maryland W 20-13 IOTI 


Sep 6 


Tennessee Tech 


W 


42-17 


Sea 20 


at Alabama 


W 


19-16 


Sep. 27 


Iowa State 


w 


24 16 


Oct. 4 


Ohio 


w 


30-23 [OT] 


Oct 11 


at Central Michiq,m 


w 


40 24 


Oct 18 


Western Mirhiqan 


w 


37 10 


Oct 25 


at Bowlinq Green State 


L 


18-34 


Nov. 1 


Ball State 


W 


48 23 


Nov 8 


at Buffalo 


w 


40 9 


Nov 15 


at Toldeo 


L 


30 49 


Nov 22 


Eastern Michiqan 


w 


38-24 





General Information 



Location: DeKah III. 60115 



Founded: 1 895 



Enrollment: 25,260 



Nickname: Huskies 



Colors: Cardinal, Black 



Stadium Huskie S tadium 128,0001 



Surface FieldTurf 



Conference: Mid-American 
President: John G. Peters 



Athletic Director Georg e Shut (Intenml 



History 




First Year of Football:] 899 



All-Time Rec ord: 463-420-51 
Ail-Time Bowl Record: 24 



Huskie Stadium 

Team Information 



2003 Record: 10-2 



Years in Postseason Play: 6 



Last Postseason Appearance:] 9 83 California Bowl 
Result Def eated Cal State-Fullerton, 20-13 

Sports Information 

Football SID Mike Korcek 



2003 Conference Record: 6-2 (T-2nd| 



2003 Fin al Ranking s: NR 
Sas/c Offense: l-For mation 
Basic Defense: 4-3 



Lettermen Returning/Lost 41/17 



5BffeB R eturning/Lo st: 13/10 



Office. 18151 753-1706 



H ome; 18151 758-1238 



Honors Can didates 



E-Mail: mkorcek@niu.edu 



Football Assistant Brian Kedzior 



Home: 16301 4 00-1 132 



f-Ma//' bkedzior@niu.edu 



(8 15J 753-9540 

i Box Phone: [8 15) 753-0609 



SID Mailing Address: 209 Convocation Center, NIL), DeKalb, IL 
60115 

Overnight Address: 209 Convocation Center, NIU, 1 525 West 
Lincoln Highway, D eKalb, IL601 15 

Web Site Address: wwwniuhuskies.com 



Coaching Staff 



Head Coach: Joe No vak IMiami, OH '671 

Career Record: 38-52 |8| 

At School: 38-52 (81 

Football Office Phone (815) 753-1825 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Monday through Thursday, 1 1 :00 
a.m. to Noon 

Weekly Press Conference: None 

Assistant Coaches: John Bond, OC/QB; Greg Bower, TE; Mar- 
quis Mosely, WR; Sam Pittman, AHC/OIL; DeAndre Smith, 
RB; Denny Doornbos, DC/LB; Levern Belin, DIL; Steve 
Bernstein, S; Mike Sabock, DE/RC, Alan Rood, OL; John 
Hauser, S 



Doug Free, OT; Josh Haldi, QB; Dan Sheldon, WR, Brad Cies 
TE; Rob Lee, CB; JakeVferStraete. OX- Travis Moore, DE; Bi 
Atkinson, LB; Lione l Hickenbottom, FS. 

Offensive Starters Returning U 

Sam Hurd, SE; Doug Free, LT; Jake Ebenhoch, RG; jj 
Verstraete, RT; Brad Cieslak, TE; Josh Haldi, OB. 

Defensive Starters Returnin 

Martin Wilson, DT; Jason Hawkins, SLB; Brian Atkinson, 
Javan Lee, WLB; Lionel Hickenbottom, FS; Rob Lee, 
Anthony Gallagher, R 

Series History 

Series Record: Tied, 1-1 




Series at Maryland. Maryland leads, 1-0 

Series at Northern Illinois: North ern Illinois leads 1-0 

Neutral 0-0 

First Meeting 1996, Maryland, 30-6 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland 1 996 130-61 

Last Terrap in Win at Northern Illinois. N/A 

Last Huskie Win a t M aryland N/A 



Last Huskie Win at Northern Illinois. 2003 (20-1 3] 
Current Series Streak: Northern Illinois has won one 



Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory. 24 |30-6, 1 996) 
Northern Illinois Largest Wargin of Victory 7 (20 I 3 20' 



Returning Statistical Leaders 










Rushing 


g-gs 


Att 


Yds 


Avg 


TO 






A.J. Harris, TB 


12-0 


65 


290 


4.2 


2 






Adrian Davis, TB 


7-0 


24 


94 


3.2 









Passing 


G-GS 


Comp. 


Att. 


Pet 


Yds 


TO 


Int 


losh Haldi, QB 


12-12 


199 


336 


59 2 


2,544 


25 


9 


Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


YPG 


TD 




Sam Hurd, WR 


12-7 


29 


438 


15 1 


36.5 


2 




Shatone Powers, WR 


11-4 


26 


317 


12.2 


AS 8 


5 




Tackles 


&GS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Int 


Sacks 


TFL 


Brian Atkinson, LB 


12-12 


65 


43 


108 


2 


6 


13 


Lionel Hickenbottom, FS 12-12 


63 


44 


107 


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yrd Stadium 



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Head Coach 
Bobby Wallace 




Man Goo" Wallace 



QB Walter Washington 



2004- Sc/iec(iA/e 

ep. 4 Wrqinia 


ep. 1 1 at Maryland 


ep. 18 Florida A&M 


ep. 25 at Toledo 


to 2 Bowlinq Green 


to. 9 Pittsburgh 


to. 16 atRutqers 


W. 23 at Connecticut 


tov. 6 at West Virqinla 


lov. 13 Syracuse 


lov. 20 Boston Colleqe 


uq. 30 at Penn State L 10-23 


ep. 6 Villanova 


L 20-23 


ep. 20 at Cincinnati 


L 24-30 


ep. 27 at Louisville 


L 12-21 


to 4 at Middle Tennessee 


W 44-36 


to. 1 1 Boston Colleqe 


L 13-38 


to 18 at Miami 


L 14-52 


to. 25 Rutqers 


L 14-30 


lov. 8 at Syracuse 


L 1741 


lov. 1 5 Virqinia Tech 


L 23-24 


lov. 22 Pittsburqh 


L 16-30 


tov. 29 at West Virqinia 


L 2845 





General Information 

Location: Philadelphia, Pa 29634 
Founded: 1 884 
Enrollment 33,000 

Nickname. Owls 

Colors Cherry, White 



Stadium: Lincoln Fina ncial Field | 68,532| 
Surface: Natural Grass 
Conference: Big East 
President: Dr. David Adamany 
Athletic Director Bill Bradshaw 



History 



First Year of Football: 1894 
All-Time Record 386-484-52 
All-Time Bowl Record: 1 - 1 



Ye ars in Postseaso n Play: 2 



Last Postseason Appearanc e: 1 979 Garden State Bowl 
Result: Defeated California, 28-1 7 

Sports Information 

Football SID. Kevin Lonncz 



Office: |2 1 5) 204-1608 



Jtome:1856H54 J 02_9J_ 



E-Ma il: lorinczk@templ e.edu 



Football Assistant Larry Do ugherty 
Home. |6 1 01 449-7376 



E-Mail: larry.dou qh erty@temple.edu 

Fax: (2 1 51 204-74 99 

Press Box Phone: 267-5704452 



SID Mailing Address: 1700 N. Broad Street, Vivacqua Ha\\4" 

Floor, Phila d elphia, PA 191 22 
Ov ernight Address: Same 
Web Site Address: w ww.owls ports.com 



Coa chin g Staf f 



Head Coach: Bobby W allace (Mississi p pi State '761 



Career Record. 99-87 [16j_ 



At School. 17-51 |6| 



Football Office Phone: [2151 204-0858 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Via Monday Big East Conference 

call or throu gh SID 

We ekly Press Confer en ce: Tuesday, 1 1 :30 am 

Assistant Coaches: Raymond Monica, AHC/DC, David Brock, 
OC; Toby Neinas, LB, Spencer Prescott, SAF. Nick Rapone, 
DB; Blair Thomas. RB; Jim Turner, OU Willie Slater, WR 




Lincoln Financial Field 

Team Information 

2003 Record Ml 



2003 Conference Recor d: 0-7 |8th| 
2003 Final Rankings NR 
Basic O ffense: S pread 
Basic Defense: 4-2-5 



Lettermen Returning/Lost .47/2 I 
Sta rters Retu rning/Lost 1 4/8 



Honors Can didates 



Rian Goo" Wallace, LB; Walter Washington, QB; CJ. Blomvall, C; 
Antwon Bur ton, DT, P hil Goodma n, WR; Lawrenc e Wade, SS 

Offensive Starters Returning (6) 

CJ. Blomvall, C, Ikey Chuku, WR, Phil Goodman, WR; John 
Gross, OG; Chris Harris, OX W al ter Washington, QB 

Def ensi ve Starters Returning (8) 

Troy Bennett, LB; Antwon Burton, DT Sadeke Konte, OS; Ray 
Lamb, CB; Mike Mendenhall, DE; Lawrence Wade, SS; Rian 
'Goo" Wallace, LB; Rodney Wormlev, DE 

Series History 



Series Record: Marylan d leads, 4-0 



Series at Mary l and Maryland leads, 2-0 

Series at Te mple. Maryland leads, 2-0 

Neutral: 0-0 

Firs t Meeting. 1997, Maryland, 24-21 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland 2000 1 1 7-1 01 

Last Terrapin Win at Temple. 1 999 16-0) 

Last Owl Win at Maryland N/A 

Last Owl Win at Temple N/A 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won four 

Maryland's Largest Margin of victory. 10(30-20, 19981 
Temple's Largest Margin of Victory. N/A 



Returning Statistical Leaders 










Rushing 


G-GS 


Att 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 






Walter Washington, QB 


12-5 


156 


758 


3.7 


6 






Umar Ferquson, RB 


12-2 


69 


319 


4.6 


4 






Passing 


G-GS 


Comp. 


Att 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 


Int 


Mike McGann, QB 


3-7 


123 


235 


52.3 


1,405 


5 


6 


Walter Washinqton, QB 


12-5 


110 


207 


53.1 


1 265 


8 


6 


Receiving 


G-GS 


Ret 


Yds 


Avg 


YPG 


TD 




Phil Goodman, WR 


12-12 


47 


678 


14.4 


61.6 


5 




Ikev Chuku, WR 


9-9 


20 


224 


11.2 


24 9 


1 




Tackles 


G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Int 


Sacks 


TFL 


Rian "Goo' Wallace, LB 


12-12 


97 


51 


148 





1 


2-3 


Sadeke Konte, OS 


11-10 


35 


16 


51 





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September 18. 2004 
Mountaineer Field at 
Milan Pu skar Stadium 
Morgantown. W.Va. 





Head Coach 
Rich Rodriguez 





d< JA 

LB Adam Lehnortt 




QB Rasheed Marshall 



'ZDOA- Sc/iecftAfe 



Sep. 4 East Carolina 



Sep. 1 1 at Central Florida 



Sep. 18 Maryland 



Sep. 25 James Madison 



Oct. 2 



Oct. 13 



at Virginia Tech 
at Connecticut 



Oct. 21 Syracuse 



On. 30 at Rutgers 



Nov. 6 Temple 



Nov. 1 3 Boston College 



Nov. 25 at Pittsburgh 



200-5" £jes*hit%f 



Aug 30 Wisconsin 



L 17-24 



Sep. 6 at East Carolin a 

Sep 13 Cincinnati 
Sep. 20 at Maryland 



W 48-7 



L 13-15 



L 7-34 



Oct. 2 


at Miami 


L 20-22 


Oct. 11 




W 34-19 


Oct. 22 


Virginia Tech 


W 28-7 


Nov. 1 


Central Florida 


W 36-19 


Nov 8 


at Boston College 


W 35-28 


Nov 15 


Pittsburgh 


W 52-31 


Nov n 


at Syracuse 


W 34-23 




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General Information 



L ocation: Morgantow n, W.Va. 26506 



Founded:] 867 



Enrollment: 24, 260 



Nickn ame: Mountaineers 
CotarOld Gol d, Blue 




Stadium Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium (6 0,000) 



Surface: Astroturf 



Conference: Big East 



President: David C. Hardesty Jr. 



Athletic Director : Ed Pasti long 



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History 



First Year of Football: 1891 



All-Time Record: 623-433-45 



Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium 

Team Information 



All-Time Bowl Record: 9-14 



2003 Record. 8-5 



Years in Postseason Play: 23 



2003 Conference Record: 6- 1 (T- 1 st| 



Last Postseason Appearance: 2004 Toyota Gator Bowl 
Result: Lost to Maryland, 74 1 



2003 Final Rankings.: NR. 
Basic Offense: Spread 



Basic Defense: 3-3 Stack 



Sports Information 



Lettermen Returning/Lost 46/19 



Football SID: Shelly Poe 



Starters Returning/Lost: 1 6/7 



Office i301] 293-2821 



Horn? (304) W9-7259 



E-Mail: shelly poe @mail.vwu.edu 



Football Assistant. Michael Fraqale 



Home : (304| 296-2029 



E-Mail michael fragale@mail wvu edu 



Fax:(304)293-4105 



Press Box Phone: 1304) 29 3-3799 



S/D Mailing Address: PO Box 0877, Morgantown, WV 26507 
Overnight Address: 107 Coliseum, West Virginia University, 

Morgantown, WV 26505 

W?£> ffle Address: www.MSNsportsNETcom 

Coa ch ing Staff 



Honors Candidates 

Rasheed Marshall, QB; Jeff Berk, OU Adam Jones, CB; CI 
Henry, R, Tim Brown, OT. 

Offensive S t arters R etu rnin g ( 

Chris Henry, WR; Rasheed Marshall, QB; Dee Alston, WR; Ji 
Bailey, TE; Dan Mozes, G; Tim Brown, OT Jeff Berk; Ga 
Justice, OT; Jeremey Hmes, C 



Head Co ach' Rich Rodriguez IWest Virginia '86) 
Career Record. 65-53-2 (11) 



Defensive S ta rters Return ing 

Scott Gyorko, LB; Adam Lehnortt, LB; Ben Lynch, DE; Ern I 
Hunter DT; Mike Lorello, DB; Adam Jones, CB; Jahrr I 
Addae, FS J 

Series History 



At School: 20-1 7-0 |3) 



Series R ecord. Maryland l eads, 2 1 -19-2 



Football Office Phone: 13041 293-4 1 94 



Series at Maryland Maryland leads 11-9-1 



Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 



Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday, 1 :00 p.m. 

Assistant Coaches: Steve Bird, WR; Jeff Casteel, DC; Tony Gibson, 
DB; Herb Hand, TE/RC; Bill Kirelawich, DL; Calvin Magee, 
OC/RB; Bill Stewart, QB/ST; Bruce Tall, S; Rick Trickett, OL7 
AHC. 



Series at West Virginia. West Virginia leads, 1 0-9-1 
Neu tral: Maryland leads, 1;0 



Fust Meeting. 1919, West Virginia 27-0 



List Terr apin Win a t Maryland. 2003 (34-7) 



Last Terrap in Win at West Virginia 2002 (48- 171 



Last Mountaineer Win at Maryland. 1997 131-141 



Last Mountaineer Win at West Virginia. 2000 130-17) 



Curre nt Series Streak: Maryland has won four 



Maryland s Largest Margin of Vi ctory. 47 (54-7, 1951 



Returning Statistical Leaders 


West 


Virginia's Largest Margin 


ofVictorv. 31 (55-24, 1988) 


Rushing 


GGS 


Att 


Yds 


Avg 


ID 






Kay-Jay Harris, RB 


13-12 


91 


524 


5.8 


4 






Rasheed Marshall QB 


13 17 


101 


303 


3 


4 






Passing 


c-cs 


Comp. 

109 


Att. 

215 


Pet 

50.7 


Yds 


TD 


Int 


Rasheed Marshall, QB 


13-12 


1779 


15 


8 


Charles Hales, QB 


13-6 


20 


35 


57.1 


305 


4 





Receiving 


G-GS 


ffec 


Yds 


Avg 


YPG 


TD 




Chris Henry, WR 


13-12 


41 


1006 


24.5 


83.8 


10 




Miquelle Henderson, WR 1 3 9 


IP, 


209 


11.6 


23.2 


2 




Tackles 


G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Int 


Sacks 


TFL 


Adam Lehnortt, LB 


13-13 


74 


65 


139 


1 


5 


14 



Scott Gyorko, LB 



13-13 



67 



52 



119 



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General Information 

Location: Durham, N.C. 
Founded: 1838 as Trinity College 
Enrollment. 6,347 
Nickname Blue Devils 
Colors: Royal Blue, White 



Stadium: Wallace Wade Stadium [33, 94 1 
Surface: Natural Grass 



Conference Atlantic Coast 



September 25, 2004 
Wallace Wade Stadium 
Durham, N.C. 



President: Dr Richard H. Brodhead 



Athletic Director: Joe Alleva 



History 



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First Year of Football 1888 
All-Time Record 440-408 3J 
All-Time Bowl Record: 3-5 



fears in Postseaso n Pla\ 8 



tasr Postseason Appearance: 1 995 Hall of Fame Bowl 
/?esu/f ■ Loss to Wisconsin, 20-34 



Sports Information 



Football SID Art Chase 



Office. |9 1 9| 684-2614 



Home. |9l9| 942-3485 



Head Coach 
Ted Roof 



E-Mail: chasea@duaa.duke.edu 



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Home [9191620 5773 








E-Mail plizga@duaa duke .edu 



Fax (9 19J 684-2489 



Press Box Phone |9 1 9) 684-4203 



SID Mailing Address PO Box 9 0557, Durham, NC 27 708-0557 
Overnight Address: 1 1 5 Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, 

NC 27708 

Web Site Address: www.GoDuke.com 



Coachin g Staff 



"E Andy Roland 



CB Kenny Stanford Head Coach: Ted Roof IGeorqia Tech '87) 



Career Record: 2-3 I 



2DD4- Sc/ieouAfe 

Sep. 4 at Navy 


Sep. 1 1 at Connecticut 


Sep 18 at Virqinia Tech 


Sep 25 Maryland 


Oct 2 Citadel 


Oct 16 at Georqia Tech 


Oct 23 Virqinia 


Oct. 30 at Wake Forest 


Nov. 6 at Florida State 


Nov. 13 Clemson 


Nov. 20 North Carolina 


Auq 30 at Virqinia L 0-27 


Sep. 6 Western Carolina 


W 29-3 


Sep. 13 Rice 


W 27-24 lOT) 


Sep. 20 Northwestern 


L 10-28 


f -n i-i j r 


Sep. U Flonda State 


L /-50 


Oct. 1 1 at Maryland 


L 20-33 


Oct 18 Wake Forest 


L 13-42 


Oct. 25 NC State 


L 21-28 


Nov. 1 at Tennessee 


L 6-23 


Nov. 8 Georqia Tech 


W 41-17 


Nov 15 at Clemson 


L 740 


Nov. 22 at North Carolina 


W 30-22 





At School: 2-3 I 



Footbal l Office Phone j9 1 9| 684-2635 



Best Time to Reach Coach: Through Chris Pipkin at |9 1 9) 668- 

5710 

Weekly Press C onference: Monday, 11 :30 am 

Assistant Coaches: David Kelly, AHC/WR; Glenn Spencer, AHC/ 
RC/DB; Marty Galbraith, OC/TE; Jerry Azzinaro, OC; Scott 
Brown, DL; Fred Chatham, RB; Tom Knotts, QB; Bard 
Sherrod, LB; Don Yanowski, OL 





Wallace Wade Stadium 

Team Information 

2003 Record: 4-8 



2003 Conference Record 2-6 (8th) 
2003 Final Rankings NR 
Basic Offense: Multiple 
Basic Defense: Multiple 



Lettermen Returning /Lost: 39/22 
Starters Returning/Lost: 13/12 



Honors Candidates 



Christian Mitchell, Ol Phillip Alexander DL, Giuseppe 
_Aguanno, LB; Kenne th S tanford, CB 

Offens ive Starters Returning (5) 

Lance Johnson, WR, Senterno Landrum, WR; Christian Mitchell, 
OT- A ndy Roland , TE; Mike Schneider, OB. 



Defens ive Starters Returni ng (7) 

Orrin Thompson, DT Phillip Alexander DE; Giuseppe Aguanno, 
LB; Brendan Dewan, LB; AJex Green, S; Brian Greene, CB; 
Kenneth Stanford, CB. 

Serie s Histor y 



Series Record: Mar yl and leads, 29-18 



Series at Ma ryland. M aryland leads, 1 3-6 



Series at Duke: M aryla n d leads, 16-12 
Neutral: Duke leads, 3-2 



First Me eting 193 2, Duke , 34-0 



Last Terrapin W in at Maryl a nd 2003 133-201 . 
Last Terrapin Win at Duke. 2002 145-1 21 
Last Blue Devil Win at Maryland 1 999 |49-1 61 
Last Blue Devil Win at Duke. 1 994 |49-1 61 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won four 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory. 43 156-13, 1974] 
Dukes Largest Margin of Victory. 50 150-0, 1 94 1 1 



Returning Statistical Leaders 










Rushing 


G-GS 


Att 


Yds 


Avq 


TD 






Cedric Darqan, TB 


11-0 


69 


264 


3S 


5 






Mike Schneider, QB 


10-6 


84 


181 


2 2 


1 






Passing 


G-GS 


Comp. 


Att. 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 


Int 


Mike Schneider QB 


10-8 


97 


208 


46.6 


1220 


4 


6 


Chris Dapolito, QB 


6-1 


26 


67 


38.8 


295 


4 


4 


Receiving 


GGS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


YPC 


TD 




Lance Johnson, WR 


12-7 


23 


247 


10.7 


20.6 


1 




Senterno Landrum, WR 


12-11 


11 


101 


9.2 


8.4 







Tackles 


G-GS 


in 


AT 


TT 


Int 


Sacks 


TFL 


Brendan Dewan, LB 


12-11 


47 


44 


91 


1 


0.5 


2.5 


Kenneth Stanford, CB 


12-11 


46 


17 


63 


1 





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General Information 



/.ocar/on Atlanta, Ga 30332 



Founded: 1 885 



Enrollment: 16,000 



Nickname Yellow Jackets, Rambling Wreck 

Co/ors. Old Gold, White, Blue 

Sfadfum: Bobby Dodd Stadium/Grant Field (55,0001 

Surface: Natural Grass 



Conference. • Atlantic Coast 



October 9. 2004 
Byrd Stadium 
Colle ge Park, Md. 



President. Dr G. Wayne Clouqh 



Athletic Director: Dave Brame 



History 




First Year of Football: 1892 



/VA77rne Record: 6 1 64 1 543 



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Ail-Time Bowl Record: 21-11 



Bobby Dodd Stadium/Grant Field 

Team Informa tion 

2003 Record: 7-6 



Years in Postseason Play 32 



Last Postseason Appearance: 2004 Humanitarian Bowl 
Result Defeated Tulsa, 52-10 



2003 Conference Record: 44 (T4th| 



2003 Final Rankings NR 



Sports Information 



Basic Offense Multiple 
Basic Defense: Mul tiple 



Lettermen Returni ng/Lost: 42/18 




Football SID: Allison George 



Sfar f erj Returning/Lost: 1 5/9 



Office: 1404) 894-5445 



Home. (678| 595-7728 



Honors Ca ndi dates 



Head Coach 
Chan Cailey 



E-Mail aqeorqe@at.qtaa.qat ech.edu 



Football Assistant: Chris Capo 



Home. (404| 314-1635 




E Mail ccapo@at gtaa gatech edu 



to: (404| 89 4-1248 



Press Box P hone: (404| 894-1204, 1205 



SID Mailing Address. 1 50 Bobby Dodd Way, Atlanta, GA 30332- 
0445 



Overnight Address '_Same_ 



FS James Butler 



W eb Site Address: www.ramblinwreck.com 

Coaching Staff 

DE Eric Henderson Head Coach: Chan Gailey (Florida 74] 



Career R ecord. 38-23 (6| 



James Butler, FS; Eric Henderson, DE; PJ Daniels. RB; Kyle Wallac 
T; Nate Curry, W R; Reggie Ball, QB; Dawan Landry, SS 

Offens ive Starters Returning (7 

Reggie Ball, QB; Nate Curry, WR; PJ. Daniels, RB; Jimmy Dixo 
FB; Brad Honeycutt, G; Andy Tidwell Neal, G |moves to C 
Kyl e Wallace, T 

Defensive Start ers R etur ning (7 

James Butler, FS; Reuben Houston, CB, Eric Henderson, D 
Dawan Landry, SS; Travis Parker. DT (moves to DE|; Gen 
Wilkinson , DE (moves to LB); Mansfield Wrotto, DT 

Series Hi story 



Sep. 4 Samford 


Sep. 1 1 at Clemson 


Sep. 18 at North Carolina 


Oct, 2 Miami 


Oct. 9 at Maryland 


Oct. 16 Duke 


Oct. 28 Virqinia Tech 


Nov. 6 at NC State 


Nov. 13 Connecticut 


Nov. 20 Virqinia 


Nov 27 at Georqia 


Auq 28 at Bnqham Younq I 


13-24 


Sep. 6 Auburn W 


17-3 


Sep. 1 3 at Florida State L 


13 14 


Sep 20 Clemson L 


3-39 


Sep. 27 atVanderbilt v7 


24-17 (OTI 


Oct. 4 NC State W 


29 21 


Oct 11 at Wake Forest W 


747 


Oct 23 Maryland W 


7-3 


Nov 8 at Duke L 


1741 


Nov 15 North Carolina W 


41-24 


Nov 22 at Virqinia L 


17 29 


Nov 29 Georgia L 


17-34 


Jan 4 Tulsa (Humanitanar | w 


5210 



At Sch ool: 14-12|3| 



Series R ec ord: Georqia Tech leads, 1 1-5 



Football Office Phone |4 04| 894-5420 



Best Time to Reach Coach Through Sin 



Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday, 1 1 :30 a.m. 

Assistant Coaches: Joe D'AJessandris, OL; Buddy Geis, WR/AHQ 
Brian Jean-Mary, LB; Curtis Modkins, RB; Patrick Nix, QB/ 
OC; Tommie Robinson, TE; Jon Tenuta, DB/DC; David Wil- 
son, ST/RC. 



Series at Mar, find. Maryland leads, 4-3 

Series at Georqia Tech. Georqia Tech leads, 7-1 

Neutral. G eo rqia Tech leads, 1-0 

First Meeting: 1988, Maryland, 13-9 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland 2002 (34-1 01 
Last Terrapin Win at Georgia Tech. 200 1 120-1 71 
Last Yellow Jacket Win at Maryland 2000 [35-221 
Last Yellow Jacket Win at Georgia Tech. 2003 (7-3) 
Curre nt Series Streak: Geo rqia Tech has won one 
Maryland's La rgest M argin of Victory. 35 (42-7, 1 994) 
Georgia Tech's Largest Margin of Victory. 38 (38-0, 1 9931 



Returning Statistical Leaders 










Rushing 


G-GS 


Att 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 






PJ Daniels RB 


13-12 


283 


1447 


5.1 


10 






Reqqie Ball, QB 


13-13 


139 


384 


2.8 


3 






Chris Woods, RB 


8-1 


31 


122 


3.9 


1 






Passing 


G4S 


Comp. 


Att. 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 


Int 


Reggie Ball, QB 


13-13 


27 


47 


51 7 


1 996 


10 


II 


Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


YPG 


TD 




Nate Curry, WR 


13-13 


37 


426 


11.5 


32 7 


3 




Levon Thomas, WR 


13-1 


10 


101 


10.1 


7.7 


1 




Tackles 


G-GS 


UT 


AT 


7T 


Int 


Sacks 


TFL 


James Butler, FS 


13-13 


56 


63 


119 


5 18 





610 


Dawan Landry, SS 


13 13 


41 


44 


85 


2-26 





6-10 


Eric Henderson, DE 


13-13 


26 


23 


49 





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24-91 



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General Information 




)ctober 16, 2004 
lyrd Stadium 



College Park, Md. 




Head Coach 
Chuck Amato 




Jed Paulsen 



LB Pat Thomas 



Location- Raleigh, NC 27695 

Founded: 1887 

Enrollment: 29, 637 

Nickname: Wolfpack 

Colors: Red, White 

Stadium: Carter-Finley Stadium (53,800) 

Surface: Natural Grass 

Conference. Atlantic Coast _ 

President: Dr. Robert Barnhardt 



Athletic Director. Lee Fowler 



History 



First Year of Football: 1891 



All-Time Record 503-486-55 



All-Time Bowl Record 1 1-1 0-1 



Years in Postseason Pl ay: 22 



Last Postseason Appea rance: 200 3 Mazda Tangenne_Bow!_ 
fitou/r Defeated K ansas, 56-26 

Sports Info rmation 

Football SID: Annabelle Vauqhan 
Office: 19 191 515-2102 
Home (919) 858-9763 



E-Mait annabelle . vauqhan@ncsu.e du 
Football Assistant Bill Newton 



Home. |919| 372-9020 



E-Mail, bill newton§ncsu edu 



Fax:|919|515- 2 8 98 



Press Box Phone: |9 1 9} 51 5-3393 



SID M a iling Address: PO Box 8 50 1 , Raleigh, NC 27695 8501 
Overnight Address: 2500 One Carroll Dr, Weisiger-Brown Ath- 

letics Bldq, Raleigh, NC 27695 
Web Site Address: www.GoPack.com 



Coaching Staff 



Hea d Coach: Chuck Amato |NC State '691 



Career Record: 34-1 7 (4 ) 



200>f Sc/iecuAfe 

iep. 4 Richmond 


iep. 18 Ohio State 


iep. 25 at virqinia Tech 


Da. 2 Wake Forest 


Dfl. 9 at North Carolina 


Da. 16 at Maryland 


Da 23 Miami 


3a 30 atClemson 


to 6 Georqia Tech 


to 1 1 Florida State 


to, 27 at East Carolina 


20D-5" £jes>v£fc- 

Vjq. 30 Western Carolina W 


59-20 


iep. 6 at Wake Forest L 


24-38 


iep. 13 at Ohio State L 


38-44 |3 OT] 


iep. 20 Texas Tech W 


49-21 


iep. 27 North Carolina W 


47-34 


iep. 28 Massachusetts W 


56-24 


yx. 4 at Georqia Tech L 


21-29 


Da. 1 1 Connecticut W 


31-24 


Da. 16 Clemson W 


17-15 


Da 25 at Duke W 


28-21 


to. 1 Wrqinia W 


51-37 


to. 15 at Florida State L 


44-50 12 OT] 


to. 22 Maryland L 


24-26 


Dec. 22 Kansas IMazda Tanoenne Bowll W 


56-26 



At School: 34-17 |4| 



Football O f fice Phone: 19 1 9] 5 1 5-2 1 1 4 



Best Tim e to Reach Coach: Through SID_ 



Weekly Press Conferen ce: Mondays, 2:00 p.m. 
Assistant Coaches: Curt Cignetti, QB/RC, Reggie Herring, LB/ 
DC, Manny Diaz, S, Doc Holliday, WR/AHC, Noel Mazzone, 
TE/OC, Dick Portee. RB. Greg Williams, CB, Todd Stroud, 
DSC. Mike Barry OL 




Carter-Finley Stadium 

Team Information 

2003 Record 8-5 



200 3 Conference Rec ord: 4-4 [4th| 



2003 F inal Rankings NR 
Basic Offense. Multiple 



Basic Defense: 4-3 



Lettermen Returning/Lost 41/18. 
Starters Ret urning/Lo st: 1 7/7 



Honors Candidates 



Chris Colmer, OT: Tramain Hall, HBAVR; Andre Maddox, ROV: 
TAMcLendpnJJB, Pat Thomas, LB 

Offensive Starters Returning (8) 

Brian Clark, WR; Ricky Fowler OG; Tramain Hall, HBAVR: Leroy 
Harris, OG; John McKeon, OL, TA. McLendon, TB, Jed 
Paulsen, C; T.J. Williams, TE. 

Defens ive Starters Returning (9) 

Freddie Aughtry-Lindsay LB: Troy Graham, FS, Oliver Hoyte, 
LB, Andre Maddox. ROV John McCargo, DT Renaldo Moses, 
DE; Lamont Reid, CB, Pat Thomas, LB; Mario Williams, DE 

Se ries H istory 

Series Record: Tied, 28-28-4 

Series at Maryland. Maryland leads, 14-11-2 

Series at NC State. NC State leads, 14-15-1 

Neutral: NC State leads, 2-0-1 



First Meeting . 1 909, NC State, 33J) 



Last Terrap in Win at Maryland. 200 135-281 



Last Terrapin Win at NC State. 2003 126-241 
Last Wolfpack Win at Maryland. 1 998 13 5-2 1 1 
LastWolfpack Win at NC State. 1999 (30-171 

Current Series Streak: Maryland has won four 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory. 53 153-0, 19511 
NC States Largest Margin of Victory. 35 (48-13, 19571 



Returning Statistical Leaders 










Rushing 


G-GS 


Alt 


Yds 


Avg 


TO 






TA McLendon, TB 


9-6 


130 


608 


4.7 


9 






Josh Brown, TB 


6-1 


50 


186 


3.7 


4 






Passing 


G-GS 


Comp. 


Att. 


Pet 


Yds 


TO 


Int 


Jay Davis, QB 


40 


9 


10 


90.0 


89 


1 





Receiving 


G-GS 


Ret 


Yds 


Avg 


YPG 


TO 




Tramain Hall, HBAVR 


13-8 


69 


799 


11.6 


61.5 


7 




Richard Washmqton, WR 


9-2 


44 


500 


11,4 


55.6 


6 




Tackles 


G-GS 


ITT 


AT 


TT 


Int 


Sacks 


TFL 


Andre Maddox, ROV 


13-13 


113 


32 


145 





2 


10 


Pat Thomas, LB 


13-13 


69 


61 


130 





8 


15 


Freddie Autry-Lindsay, LB 13-11 


59 


46 


105 


1 


2 


9 



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CLEMSON -Xlgecv 

October 23, 2004 

Clemson Memoria l Stadium History 

Clemson, S.C. 



First Year of Football: 1896 



/W-7ime /?ecorel 594-408-5 




All-Time Bowl Record: 14-13 



Clemson Memorial Stadium 

Team I nform ation 

2003Record: 94 



Vears in Posts eason Play: 27 



2003 Conference Rec ord: 5-3 |3rd) 



L35t Postseason Appear ance: 2004 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl 
/?eju/t; Defeated Tennessee, 27-1 4 



2003 F/ra/ tenfangs: AP [221, ESPN/USA Today [221 
5a5/c Offense : Mult iple 



Sports Information 



Basic Defense: Mu ltiple 



Lettermen Returning/Lost 57 720 



foorba«S/D: Tim Bourret 



Sfavtera Returni ng/Lost 15/9 



Office: (864| 656-2 144 




Home |864J 8 88-3490 



Head Coach 
Tommy Bowden 




E-Mail, btimoth@clemso n.edu 
Football Assista nt: Brian Hennessy 
Home 1864) 654-8508 
E-Ma il: bhe nnes@clemson.edu 
Fa x: (864| 656-0299 



Press Box Phone- (864| 654-3326 



IB leroy H?« 



OS C/ur/ie Whitehurst 



2004- Sc/ie<Mfe 



Sep. 4 Wake Forest 



Se p. 1 1 Georgia Tech 



Sep. 18 at Texas A&M 



Sep. 25 at Florida State 



Oct. 7 at Virginia 



Oct. 16 Utah State 



Oct. 23 Mary l and 



Oct. 30 NC State 



Nov. 6 at Miami 



Nov. 13 at Duke 



Nov 20 South Carolina 



Aug. 28 Georgia L 0-30 


Sep. 6 Furman 


W 28-17 


Sep. 13 Middle Tenn. St. 


W 37-14 


Sep. 20 at Georgia Tech 


W 39-3 


Oct 4 at Maryland 


L 7-21 


Oct 11 Virginia 


W 30-27 fOT) 


Oct 16 at NC State 


L 15-17 


Oct. 25 North Carolina 


W 36-28 


Nov 1 at Wake Forest 


L 17-45 


Nov. 8 Florida State 


W 26-10 


Nov 15 Duke 


W 40-17 


Nov 22 at South Carolina 


W 63-1 7 



Jan. 2 Tennessee (Chick W-APeachB ./.liw 27-14 



SID Mailing Address: PO Box 31, Clemson, SC 29634 
Overnight Address: Jervey Athletic Center, 1 00 Perimeter Road, 

Clemson, SC 29634 

Web Site Address: www.clemsontiqers.com 

Coachin g Staff 

Head Coach: To mmy Bowden (West Virginia 771 

Career Record 56-28 (7) 

At School: 38-24 j5J 



Honors C andidates 

Airese Currie, WR; Leroy Hill, LB; Jamaal Fudge, ROV; Tye Hij 
CB; Cedric Johnson, OG; Justin Miller, CB; Travis Pugh, 
Charlie Whitehurst, OB. 

Offe nsive Starters R eturnin g (7 

Cedric Johnson, OG; Tommy Sharpe, C; Nathan Bennett, 0( 
Bobby Williamson, TE; Airese Currie, WR; Duane Colema 
RB; C h arlie Whitehurst, QB 

Defe nsiv e Starter s Return ing fl 

Maurice Fountain, DE; Leroy Hill, LB; Eric Sampson, WHIP; Tj 
Hill, CB; Justin Miller CB; Travis Pugh, FS; Jamaal Fudg 
ROV; Cole Chason, P/PK 



Series History 



Football Office Phone: (864) 656- 2796 



Series Record. Clemson leads, 27-23-2 



Sesf Time to Reach C oach: Through SID 



Series at Maryland Tied, 1 l-l l-l 



Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday, 1 1 :00 am 



Assistant Coaches: David Blackwell, LB/RC; Burton Burns, RB; 
Jack Hines, TE; John Lovett, DC; Mike O'Cain, QB/OC; Brad 
Scott, OL/AHC; Thielen Smith, Rover /WHIP; Dabo Swinney 
WR, Ron West, _DL 



Returning Statistical Leaders 



Series at Cl emson: Clemson lea ds, 15-11-1 
Neutral: Tied, 1-1-1 
First Meetin g 1 952, Maryland, 28-0 
Last Ter rapin Win at Maryla nd 2003 (21-71 
Last Terrapin Win at Clemson 2002 j30-l 2J 
Last Tigei Win at Maryland. I999J42-30J 
Last Tiger Win at Clemson 2000 (35-14) 



Current Series Streak Maryland has won three 
Maryland's Largest Margin of 'Vic tory. 41 |41-0, 1974) 
Clemson's Largest Margin ol Victor) i3 [40 7. 19911 



Rushing 


GGS 


Duane Coleman, TB 


13/ 


Kyle Browning, TB 


13-2 


Passing 


G-GS 


Charlie Whitehurst, QB 


13-13 


Receiving 


GGS 


Airese Currie, WR 


10-7 


Duane Coleman, TB 


13-7 


Tackles 


G-GS 



Att 

34 



Yds 

615 



Avg 



TD 



4.6 



29 



Comp. 



1 52 



5.2 



Att. 

465 



Pet 



Yds 



TD 



Int 



61.9 



3,561 



.'I 



13 



Rec Yds 

43 560 

34 309 



Avg 

13.0 
9.1 



YPG 

5 ! 8 



TD 



2 i 8 



Jamaal Fudge, ROV 



G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Int 


Sacks 


TFL 


13-13 


110 


35 


145 


3 


8 


27 


13-13 


77 


39 


116 


4 





5 



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2002 CHICK-FIL-A PEACH BOWL CHAMPIONS • 2004 TOYOTA GATOR BOWL CHAMPIONS I 



FLORIDA STATE S&tiwrfesc 



6-aat/s 




General Information 

Location. Tallahassee, Fla. 32316 
founded 1851 
Enrollment 34,462 

Symbol: Seminojes 

Colors: Garnet, Gold 



Ictober 30, 2004 
lyrd Stadium 



Stadium: Doak S. Campbell Stadium (82,000) 
Surface: Natural Grass 
( onference Atlantic Coast 
President: Dr. T.K. Wetherell 



/Wer/c Director: Dave Hart Jr. 



History 



College Park, Md. 



First Year of Football 1947 



Ail-Time Record. -419-197-17 




/Wf/me Sow/ fecord: 19-12-2 
/ears in Postseason Pla y: 33 



Last Post season Appearance: 2004 FedEx Orange Bowl 
few/r. Lost to Miami, 14-16 

Sports Info rmation 

Football SID Rob Wilson 

Office- (850) 644-1403 

Home (850) 894-5801 __ 



Head Corich 
SoPby Bowden 



E-Mail: rlwilson@mailer.fsu.edu 



Football Assistant. Jeff Purinton 



Home (850) 298 4117 




C-Mai/ ipurmto@ mailer.fsu.edu 



f.n (850)644 i£?0 



Press Box Phone: 18501 64440 57 




SID Mailing Addr ess: PO Dra wer 2 1 9 5, Tallahassee, PL 323 1 6 
Overnight Address: 226 University Center #D 1 07, Tallahassee, 

FL 32306 

Web Site Address: www.seminoles com 



Coaching Staff 



E Eric Moore 



WR Craphonso Thorpe Head Coach: Bobby Bowden (Samford '531 



Career Record: 342-994 (381 



Sep. 6 at Miami 


Sep. 18 UAB 


Sep. 25 Clemson 


Oct. 1 North Carolina 


On. 9 at Syracuse 


Oct 16 Virginia 


Oct. 23 at Wake Forest 


Oct. 30 at Maryland 


Nov. 6 Duke 


Nov. 11 at NC State 


Nov. 20 Florida 








i\uq. 30 at North Carolina W 


37-0 


Sep. 6 Maryland 


W 


35-10 


Sep. 13 GeorqiaTech 


W 


14-13 


Sep. 20 Colorado 


w 


47-7 


Sep. 27 at Duke 


w 


56-7 


Oct 1 1 Miami 


L 


14-22 


Oct. 18 atvirqinia 


w 


19-14 


Oct. 25 Wake Forest 


w 


48-24 


Nov. 1 at Notre Dame 


w 


37-0 


Nov. 8 at Clemson 


L 


10-26 


Nov. 15 NC State 


W 


5044 |20T) 


Nov. 29 at Florida 


W 


38-34 


ten. 1 Miami (Oranqe Bowll 


L 


14-16 


_ 



At School 269-674 |28| 



Football Office Phone: (850) 644-1 465 



Best Time to Reach Coach: Contact SID Office 



Weekly Press Conference: Sundays at 8:30 after home games 
and via conference call at 4:30 after road games 

Assistant Coaches: Mickey Andrews, AHC/DC/S; Jeff Bowden, 
WR/OC: Jody Allen, DE; Daryl Dickey, QB; Odell Haggins, 
DT; Jimmy Heggins, OU John Lilly TE/RC; Billy Sexton, AHC/ 
RB, Kevin Steele, LB. 




Doak S. Campbell Stadium 

Team Information 

2003 Record 10-3 



2003 Conference Re cord: 7-] |lst| 



2003 Final Rankings AP (1 1|, ESPN/USA Today (10| 
Basic Offense Multiple 

Basic Defense: 4-3 

Lettermen Re tur ning/Lost : 53/18 



Starters Returning/Lost 14/9 



Honors Candidates 

Alex Barron, OT; David Castillo, C; Eric Moore, DE; Ray Willis. 
OT Crapho n so Thorpe, WR 

Offensive Starters Returning (9) 

Chris Rix, QB; BJ. Dean, FB; Craphonso Thorpe, WR; Paul Irons, 
TE; Alex Barron, OT; Ray Willis, OT; Bobby Meeks, OG; Matt 
Memtod, OG; David Castillo, C 

Defensive Starters Ret urning (5) 

Eric Moore, DE; Jerome Carter, RV; Bryant McFadden, CB; BJ. 
Ward, FS; Xavier Beitia, _PK 



Series History 



Series Record: Florida State leads, 1 4-0 



Series at Maryland. Florida State leads, 6-0 
Series at Florida State. Florida State leads^7-0 



Neutraf Florida State lead s, 1-0 



First M eeti ng;. 1966, Florida State, 45-24 

Last Terrapi n Win at M aryland. N/A 

Last Terrap in Win at Florida Stat e N/A 

Last Seminole Win at Maryland 2002 |37- 1 0| 



Last Seminole Win at Florida State 2003 (35- 1 01 

Current Series Streak: Florida State has won 1 4 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory. N/A 

Florida State's Largest Margin of Victory. 52 (59-7, 20001 



Returning Statistical Leaders 










Rushing 


OOS 


Att 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 






Leon Washinqton, TB 


9-0 


74 


387 




1 






Lorenzo Booker TB 


10-0 


62 


334 


5.4 


3 






Passing 


OGS 


Comp. 


Att. 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 


Int 


Chris Rix, QB 


13-13 


216 


382 


56.5 


3,107 


23 


13 


Wyatt Sexton, QB 


5-0 


5 


3 


60.0 


56 








Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


YPG 


TD 




Craphonso Thorpe, WR 


11-11 


51 


994 


19.5 


90.4 


11 




Tackles 


GGS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Int 


Sacks 


TFL 


BJ. Ward, FS 


13-13 


40 


40 


80 








3 


Jerome Carter, LB 


13-13 


45 


33 


78 


2 


0.5 


6 



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VIRGINIA cai&Gacs- 



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November 6. 2004 
Scott Stadium 
Charlott esville. V a. 



4i 



Head Coach 
Al Groh 



(O 






G F/ton Brown 



DE Chris Canty 



2004- Sc/ieeMfe 

Sep. 4 at Temple 


Sep. 1 1 North Carolina 


Sep 18 Akron 


Sep. 25 Syracuse 


Oct. 7 Clemson 


Oct. 16 at Florida State 


Oct. 23 at Duke 


Nov. 6 Maryland 


Nov. 13 Miami 


Nov. 20 at Georqia Tech 


Nov. 27 at Wrqinia Tech 


200-3" {jes>\*[t%> 

Auq. 30 Duke W 


27-0 


Sep. 6 at South Carolina 


L 


7-31 


Sep. 1 3 at Western Michiqan 


W 


59-16 


Sep. 27 Wake Forest 


w 


27-24 


Oct 4 at North Carolina 


W 


38-13 


Oct. 1 1 at Clemson 


L 


27 30 |OT| 


Oct IK Florida State 


L 


14 19 


Oct 25 Troy State 


W 


24-0 


Nov I at NC State 


L 


37-51 


Nov 1 3 at Maryland 


L 


17-27 


Nov 22 Georgia Tech 


w 


29-17 


Nov. 29 Virginia Tech 


w 


35-21 


Dec 27 Pittsburgh [ContinentalTire BpwjjW 


23-16 



General Information 



Location. Charlottesville, Va. 22904 



Founded. 1819 



Enrollment 19,197 



Nickname: Cavaliers, Wahoos, Hoos 



Colors: Orange, Blue 



Stadium Scott Stadium [61,500] 



Surface Prescription Athletic Turf 



Conference Atlantic Coast 



President. John T. Casteen I 



Athletic Director: Cra ig L ittlepaq e 



History 



First Year of Football: 1 888_ _ 



All-Time Record 579-50448 



All-Time Bowl Record 6-8 



Years in Postseason Play: 1 4 



l^stPostseasonAppearancei2003 Continental TireBowl 
Result. -De f eate d Pittsb urg h, 23-16 



Sports Inform ati on 



Football S ID: Mich ael Colley 
Office: |434| 982-5500 



Home: 14341 975-547 7 



E-Mail: mcc7k@virginia_edu 



Football As si stant: Cathy Stewart 



Home: [43 4) 589-3863 



E-Mail: cab5er®virginia edu 



Fax: |434| 9 8 2-5525 



Press Box Phone; J434) 296-59 1 



SID Mailing Address: PO Box 400853, Charlottesville, VA 22904- 
4853 

Overnight Address: Onesty Hall, Massie & Alderman Roads, 
Charolottesville, VA 2 2904 

W eb Site Address: www virqi niasports.com 



Coaching Staff 



Head Coach: Al Groh ( Virginia '67) 



Career Record: 48-57 (9) 
At School 22-17 {it 



Football Office Phon e |434)_?82-5900 _ 
B est Time to R each C oach: Thr ough SID 



Weekly Press Conference Monday, 200 pm 

Assistant Coaches: Danny Rocco, AHC/LB; Al Golden, DC, Ron 
Prince, OC/OL; Mark D'Onofno, TE/ST; John Garrett, WR; 
Mike Groh, QB; Mike London, DL/RC; Anthony Poindextet 
RB; Bob Price, DB 




Scott Stadium 



Team Information 

2003 Record: 8-5 



2 003 Con ference Rec ord: 4-4 (T-4th) 



2003 Final Rankings None 



Basic Offen s e: Multiple Pro Style 



Basic Defense Multiple Seven- Man Front 



Let termen R eturning/Lost: 3 9/16 
Start ers Returning/Lost: 1 7/7 



Honors Candidates 

Darryl Blackstock, LB, Ahmad Brooks, LB, Elton Brown, G; Chris Can 
DE; D'Brickashaw Ferguson, T; Connor Hughes, PK. Wali Lunc 
TB, Heath Millet TE; Kai P artiam, LB; Brennan Schmi dt, DE 

Offensiv e Starter s Returning U 

Wali Lundy, TB; Ottowa Anderson, WR; Heath Millet TE; Efrc 
Brown, OL; Brad Butler, OL; lan-Yates Cunningham. O 
D'Bricka shaw Fergu son, PL; Zac Yarbrouqh, PL 

Defensive Starters Returning U 

Chris Canty, DL, Andrew Hoffman, DL; Brennan Schmidt, D 
Darryl Blackstock, LB; Ahmad Brooks, LB; Kai Parham, , 
_ T ony Franklin, DB; Jermame Har dy, DB 



Series History 



Series Record: Mary land le ads, 39-27-2 



Serie s at Maryland Maryland leads, 19-10-2 
Series at Virginia Maryland leads 19 16 

Neutral: Series tied, 1-1 

First Meeting. 1919, Maryland, 1 3-0 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryland 2003 127-1 71 
Last Terrapin Win at Virginia. 1 990 135-301 
Last Cavalier Win at Maryland 1999 [34-301 
Last Cavalier Win at Virginia. 2002 |48-l 3j 



Current Series Streak: Maryland has won one 



Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory 43155-1 2 ± 1 959) 
Virginias Largest Margin of Victory 4 5 (45-0, 1 997J _ 



Returning Statistical Leaders 










Rushing 


G-GS 


Att 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 






Wall Lundy LB 


12-10 


221 


929 


4 1 


10 






Alvin Pearman, RB 


13-3 


134 


643 


4.8 


4 






Passing 


G-G5 


Comp. 


Att. 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 


Int 


Marques Haqans, PB 


13-1 


17 


2b 


65 4 


218 


3 





Anthony Martinez, PB 


30 


17 


36 


47.2 


136 


1 


2 


Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


YPG 


TD 




Heath Miller, TE 


13-13 


70 


835 


II 9 


64 2 


6 




Alvin Pearman, RB 


13-3 


63 


518 


8.2 


39 8 


4 




Tackles 


G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Int 


Sacks 


TFL 


Ahmad Brooks, LB 


13-13 


68 


49 


117 





4 


10 


Chris Canty, DE 


13-13 


53 


51 


1 04 





4 


12 



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VIRGINIA TECH 4« 




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VT10 

lovember 1 8, 2004 
ane Stadium/ 
Vorsham Field 



llacksburg, Va. 



I 




4 



Head Coach 
Frank Beamer 



r^ 



o 




F Jim Davis 



QB Bryan Randall 



2004 Sc/iec(i\fe 

toq. 28 vs. Southern California |BCA Football Classic) 


>ep. 1 1 Western Michiqan 


iep. 18 Duke 


>ep. 25 NC State 


Da 2 West Virqinia 


Da 9 at Wake Forest 


3a. 16 Florida A&M 


Da 28 at Georqia Tech 


to. 6 at North Carolina 


to. 18 Maryland 


to. 27 Virqinia 


Dec. 4 at Miami 


toq.31 UCF W 49-28 


Sep. 6 James Madison 


W 43-0 


Sep. 18 Texas A&M 


W 35-19 


iep. 27 Connecticut 


W 47-13 




Jet. 4 at Rutqers 


w to-zz 


Da 1 1 Syracuse 


W 51-7 


Da 22 at West Virqinia 


L 7-28 


to. 1 Miami 


W 31-7 


to. 8 at Pittsburqh 


L 28-31 


to. 15 at Temple 


W 24-23 |OT) 


to. 22 Boston Colleae 


L 27-34 


to. 29 at Virqinia 


L 21-35 


Dec. 26 California llnsioht Bowl] 


L 49-52 



General Information 

Location. Blacksburg, Va. 24061 



Founded 1872 

En rollment: 28,000 

Nickna me: Hokies 

Colors: Chica go Maroon, Burnt Orange 



Stadium: Lane Stadium/Worsham Field (65, 1 1 51 
Surface: Natural Grass 

Conference. Atlantic Coast 

President Dr. Charles Steger 

Athletic Director: Jim Weaver 



History 



First Year of Football: 1892 



All-Time Record. 606-410-46 



All-Time Bowl Record: 6-11 



Years in Postsea son Play : 1 7 



Lastj^ostseason Appear ance: 2003 Insight Bowl 
Result: Lost to California, 49-52 



Sports Inf ormation 



Football SID: Dave S mith 
Office (540] 231-6726 . 
Home |540]951-8024 
E-Mail vtsid@vt.edu 



Footb all Assistant: Bryan Johnston 



Home. 1 5401 231-3387 



E-Mail: bl] ®vt.edu 
Fax: (54 01 231-6984 



Press Box Phone. ( 5401 231-4905 



SID Mailing Address. 460 Jamerson Athletic Center, Blacksburg, 
VA 24061 



Overnight Address: Same 



Web Site Addr ess: www.hokiesp orts.com 

Coaching Staff 



Head Coach Fran) B eamei (Virqinia Tech '69) 

Career Record: 167-97(23) 

/frSchoof: 125-74(171 

Foofba// Office Phone: (5401 23 1-6368 

Bt?5f Time to Reach Coach Through SID 

Weekly Press Confe rence: Tuesday, 1 :00 pm 

Assistant Coaches: Billy Hite, AHC/RB, Bud Foster DC/LB, Bryan 

Stinesprmg, OCOL; Jim Cavanaugh, LB/SS/RC; Tony Ball. 

WR, Danny Pearman, TE/OT; Kevin Rogers, QB; Lorenzo 

Ward, DB; Charley Wiles, PL 




Lane Stadium/Worsham Field 

Team Information 

2003 Record 8-5 



2003 Confere nce Re cord: 4 -3 |4th)/Biq East 

2003 F inal Rankings: NR 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: 4-3 



Lettermen Returning/Lost 41/16 



Starters Returning/Lost 9/15 



Honors Candidates 



Bryan Randall, QB: Jonathan Lewis, DT; Will Montgomery, C; 
Jim Davis, DE, Darryl Tapp, DE, Jon Dunn, OT, Eric Green, 
CB: Vinme Burns, P 

Offensive Starters Returning (4) 

Jon Dunn, OX' Will Montgomery, OG: Jimmy Martin, OT Bryan 
Randall, QB 

Defe n sive Sta rters Returning (5) 

Mikal Baagee, LB: Kevin Lewis, DT Jonathan Lewis, DT: Bran- 
don Manning, OLB; Jim my Williams, FS 

Series History 

Series Record: Maryla nd lea ds, 15-11 



S eries at Marylan d Maryland leads, 4-2 



S eries at Virqinia Tech. Maryland leads, 4-3 

Neutral: Maryland leads, 7-6 

First Meeting-. 1919, Virginia Tech, 6-0 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland. 1 990 120-1 31 
Last Terrapin Win at Virginia Tech. 1 949 (34-71 
Last Ho kie Win at Maryla nd. 1932(23-01 



Last Hokie Win at Virginia Tech. 1 993 (55-281 

Current Series Streak: Virginia Tech has won one 

Maryland's Largest Margin of Victory. 56 (63-7, 1 9501 
Virginia Tech's Largest Margin of Victory. 27 155-28, 1 9931 



Returning Statistical Leaders 










Rushing 


GGS 


Att 


Yds 


Avq 


TD 






Bryan Randall, QB 


13-13 


82 


404 


4.9 


5 






Cednc Humes, TB 


13-0 


65 


380 


58 


5 








Passing 


GGS 


Comp. 


Att. 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 


Int 


Bryan Randall, QB 


13-13 


150 


245 


61.2 


1996 


15 


10 




Receiving 


GGS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avq 


YPG 


TD 




Justin Hamilton, FL 


13-6 


23 


282 


12.3 


21.7 


1 






Tackles 


&GS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Int 


Sacks 


TFL 


Jimmy Williams, FS 


13-13 


63 


51 


1)4 


2 





4 


Mikal Baagee, LB 


12-12 


64 


45 


109 


1 


2 


3 



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Head Coach 
Jim Grobe 




RB Chris Barclay 



LB Eric King 



2004 Sc/iecMfe 

Sep. 4 at Clemson 


Sep. 1 1 at East Carolina 


Sep. 18 North Carolina A&T 


Sep. 25 Boston Colleqe 


Oct. 2 at NC State 


Oct. 9 Virqinia Tech 


Oct. 23 Florida State 


Oct. 30 Duke 


Nov. 1 3 North Carolina 


Nov. 20 at Miami 


Nov. 27 at Maryland 


Aug 30 at Boston College 
Sep 6 NC State 






W 


32-28 


w 


3874 


Sep. 13 Purdue 


L 


10-16 


Sep 20 East Carolina 


W 


34 1 6 


Sep 27 at Virginia 


L 


2427 


Oct. 1 1 Georgia Tech 


L 


7-24 


Oct 18 at Duke 


W 


42-13 


Oct 25 at Florida State 


L 


2448 


Nov 1 Clemson 


W 


45-17 


Nov, 8 at North Carolina 


L 


3442 


Nov 15 Conn- 


L 


17-51 


Nov 29 Maryland 


L 


2841 





General Informa 

Location. Winston-Salem, N.C. 27109 



Founded: 1 834 



Enrollment: 1950 



Nickname Demon Deacons 



Colors: Old Gold, Black 



Stadium Groves Stadium |3 1 , 500] 
Surface: Natural Grass 



Conference Atlantic Coast 



President Dr Thomas K. Hearn, Jr. 



Athletic Director: Ron Wellman 



History 




Groves Stadium 



First Year of Football] 888 



All-Time Record: 370-560-33 



Team Information 



All-Time Bowl Record: 4-2 



Years in Postseason Play: 6 



2003 Record: 5-7 



2003 Conference Record- 3-5 |7th] 



Last Postseason Appearanc e: 2002 Seatt l e Bowl 
Result. Defeated Oregon, 38:17 



Sports Information 



2003 Final Rankings: NR 
Basic Offense l-Pro 
Basic Defense: Mult iple 



Lettermen Returning/Lost 43/21 



Football SID Mike Vest 



Starters Returning/Lost: 1 4/8 



Office: 13361 758-5640 



Home. (336) 575-71 61 



Hon ors C andid ates 



E-Mail: vestma@wfu.edu 



Football Assistant: Dean Buchan 



Home: (336) 287-8954 
E-Mail: buchandw@wfu.edu 



Fax: |336| 758-5140 



Press Box Phone: (3361896 -9158 



SID Mailing Address: PO Box 7426 Reynolds Station, Winston- 
Salem, NC 27109 

Overnight Address: 203 Athletic Center, Wingate Road, Wake 
Fores t University, Winston-Sale m, NC 27 1 09 

Web Site Address: www.WakeForestSports.com 



Chris Barclay, RB; Jason Anserson, WR; Brad White, LB; E 
King, CB ; Blake L mqruen, C; Ryan Pl ackemeier, P. 

Offen sive Starters Returning Mi 

Jason Anderson, WR; Chris Barclay, RB; Willie Idlette, WR; Bli 1 
Ungruen, C; Cory Ran dolph, QB ; Steve V allos, OG. 

Defensive Starters Returning ( 

Caron Bracy, LB/DB; Warren Braxton, SS, Eric King, CB; Mar, 
McGruder CB; Jerome Nichols, DE; Goryal Scales, NT; Jyl 
Tucker, DE; Brad White, MLB. 



Coaching Staff 



Seri es History 



Head Co ach : Mm Gro be (Virginia 75| 
Career Record: 5 1-5 1-1 (91 



Serie s Record: Maryland leads, 38-13- 1 






Series at Maryland Maryland leads, 18-7 



At School. 18- 18(3) 



Football Office Phone |336j 758-5631 



Series a t Wake Forest Maryland leads, 20-6-1 
Neutral: Tied, 0-0 



Best Time to Reach Coach: Through S ID 



First Mee ting 1917 , Marylan d, 29-13 



Weekly Press Conference Tuesdays, 1 :00 p.m. 



Las_t Terra pin Win at M aryland 2002 |32-14] 



Assistant Coaches: Tom Elrod, FB/TE; Keith Henry, DE; Dean 
Hood, DB/DC; Brad Lambert, LB; Steed Lobotzke, OC/OL; 
Ray McCartney, DT/RC; Billy Mitchell, K/RB/AHC; Jeff Mullen, 
OB; Kevin Sherman, WR 



Last Terra pin Win at Wake Forest 2003 (4 1 -28] 



L ast Demon Deacon Win at Marylan d 19 98(20-101 
Last Demon Deacon Win at Wake Forest 1997 (35-17] 
Current Series Streak: Maryland has won five 



Maryland s Largest Margin of Victory 52 (52-0, 1996] 



Returning Statistical Leaders 


Wake Forests Largest Margin of Victory. 39 (39-0, 1 944| 


Rushing 


GGS 


Att 


Yds 


Avg 


TO 






Chris Barclay, RB 


12 12 


235 


1248 


'• 1 


12 






Cory Randolph, QB 


12-12 


94 


496 


■i •; 


5 






Cornelius Birqs, RB 


11-1 


103 


369 


3.3 


5 






Passing 


G-GS 


Comp. 


Att. 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 


Int 


Cory Randolph, QB 


12 12 


144 


246 


58.5 


1773 


8 


10 


Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


YPG 


TD 




Jason Anderson, WR 


1212 


44 


751 


17.1 


62 6 


6 




Willie Idlette, WR 


12-7 


U 


319 


10.0 


26 6 







Tackles 


GGS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


Int 


Sacks 


TFL 


Caron Bracy, LB/DB 


12-12 


68 


22 


90 








4 


Brad White, LB 


12-12 


51 


27 


78 








5 


Warren Braxton, SS 


12 12 


47 


19 


66 


2 


1 


3 



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N. Illinois 


Temple 


W. Virginia 


Duke 


Ga. Tech 


NC State 


Clemson 


Fla. State 


Virginia 


Va. Tech 


W. Forest 






Sept. 


NORTHERN 


at 


VIRGINIA 


EAST 


at 


SAMFORD 


RICHMOND 


WAKE 


at Miami 


at 


vs USC 


at 


4 


ILLINOIS 


Maryland 




CAROLINA 


Navy 






FOREST 


|Sep 6| 


Temple 


(Aug. 28) 


Clemson 


Sept. 


TEMPLE 


SOUTHERN 


at 


at 

Central 


at 


at 




GEORGIA 




NORTH 


WESTERN 


at 
East 


11 




ILLINOIS 


Maryland 


Florida 


Connecticut 


Clemson 




TECH 




CAROLINA 


MICHIGAN 


Carolina 


Sept. 


at 
West 


at 
Iowa 


FLORIDA 


MARYLAND 


at 
Virginia 


at 
North 


OHIO 


at 


UAB 


AKRON 


DUKE 


NORTH 
CAROLINA 


18 


Virginia 


State 


A&M 




Tech 


Carolina 


STATE 


Texas A&M 








A4T 


Sept. 


at 


BOWLING 


at 


JAMES 


MARYLAND 




at 

Virginia 


at 
Florida 


CLEMSON 


SYRACUSE 


NC STATE 


BOSTON 


2b 


Duke 


GREEN 


Toledo 


MADISON 






Tech 


State 








COLLEGE 


Oct. 




AKRON 


BOWLING 


at 
Virginia 


THE 


MIAMI 


WAKE 




at 
North 




WEST 


at 


2 






GREEN 


Tech 


CITADEL 




FOREST 




Carolina 




VIRGINIA 


NC State 


Oct. 


GEORGIA 


at 
Central 


PITTSBURGH 






at 


at 
North 


at 
Virginia 


at 


CLEMSON 


at 
Wake 


VIRGINIA 


9 


TECH 


Florida 








Maryland 


Carolina 


(Oct 7] 


Syracuse 


(Oct. 7) 


Forest 


TECH 


Oct. 


NC STATE 


CENTRAL 


at 


at 


at 
Georgia 


DUKE 


at 


UTAH 


VIRGINIA 


at 
Florida 


FLORIDA 




16 




MICHIGAN 


Rutgers 


Connecticut 


Tech 




Maryland 


STATE 




State 


A&M 




Oct. 


at 


at 
Western 


at 


SYRACUSE 


VIRGINIA 




MIAMI 


MARYLAND 


at 
Wake 


at 




FLORIDA 


23 


Clemson 


Michigan 


Connecticut 


(Oct. 21 1 










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Duke 




STATE 


Oct. 




at 






at 


VIRGINIA 










at 




FLORIDA 


Ball 




at 


Wake 


TECH 


at 


NC STATE 


at 




Georgia Tech 


DUKE 


30 


STATE 


State 




Rutgers 


Forest 


(Oct. 28) 


Clemson 




Maryland 




(Oct. 28) 




Nov. 


at 


TOLEDO 


at 
West 


TEMPLE 


at 
Florida 


at 


GEORGIA 


at 


DUKE 


MARYLAND 


at 
North 




6 


Virginia 


|Nov. 9| 


Virginia 




State 


NC State 


TECH 


Miami 






Carolina 




Nov. 






SYRACUSE 


BOSTON 


CLEMSON 


CONNECTICUT 


FLORIDA 
STATE 


at 


at 
NC State 


MIAMI 




NORTH 


13 








COLLEGE 






(Nov 1 1 1 


Duke 


(Nov. Il| 






CAROLINA 


Nov. 


at 
Virginia Tech 


at 
Eastern 


BOSTON 




NORTH 


VIRGINIA 




SOUTH 


FLORIDA 


at 
Georgia 


MARYLAND 


at 


20 


(Nov. 18) 


Michigan 


COLLEGE 




CAROLINA 






CAROLINA 




Tech 


(Nov. 18) 


Miami 


Nov. 
27 


WAKE 






at 
Pittsburgh 




at 


at 
East 






at 
Virginia 


VIRGINIA 


at 


FOREST 






[Nov 25] 




Virginia 


Carolina 






Tech 




Man/land 


Dec. 


























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Miami 





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2004 Bowl Game Info 

■ College bowls will pay out $ 1 87 million this coming 
season. 



■ Bowl games paid out more than $820 million in the 
past five years alone and will pay out at least $2 billion 
over the next decade. 

■ Bowls drew a Record Total Attendance of 1 45 mil- 
lion fans in 2003-04 

■ The combined TV audience for the 28 bowls was an 
average of 1 1 7 million households and 1 7 games saw 
an increase in TV viewership. 



• Average attendance at Bowls in existence at least five years has increased 3.3% over that 
period. The same for Bowl's that have been around at least ten years (9.3% increase) or 
twenty years (14.1 % increase). On average these games are more popular than ever 

■ Of the 20 current bowls that have been played at least five years stadiums, were filled to 
95.2% of capacity and 1 3 bowls were at least 99% filled 

■ College bowls generate $1.1 billion in annual economic impact (excluding exposure) 

■ 26 Communities hosting 28 bowl games provide stability and commitment one 
promoter/sponsor could not 

■ 56 teams, or 48% of Division l-A programs will have a chance to be a part of the college 
football postseason bowl experience compared to approximately 20% in other NCAA sports 
(Div. I-AA football 13%; men's & women's basketball 20%; etc.) 

Bowl Games Pro vide Reven ue... 

■ This year 28 bowl games will distribute more than $ 1 87 million to NCAA schools. More 
than $820 million has been paid out in just the past five years, and the bowls will conserva- 
tively pay out more than $2. 1 billion over the next ten years. 

■ Almost all bowl games are non-profit organizations. The more revenue the bowl brings in 
through ticket sales, sponsors, etc. the more money can be paid to NCAA schools. 

• While it is true that some teams in conferences that don't send multiple teams to bowls 
don't receive as much revenue, that is a key reason additional bowls have been added re- 
cently — to provide more opportunities for those conference members and increase their 
revenue. Indeed some bowls have been setup with the help of conferences to provide all the 
other benefits of a bowl. 




Bowl Games Are 
Tradition... 



existence for 25 or more years. 



• Bowl games have been a part of college foots., 
for 90 years. They have provided some of the gra 
est moments in college football history and add* 
the pageantry, color and excitement of the gaiv 
Bowl games are as much a part of the tradition], 
college football as any other aspect of the game i 

■ While there has been an increase in the numtt 
of bowl games, half of the bowls have been aroul 
for at least 1 5 years and 1 2 of these have been 4 



■ The addition of bowl games has provided opportunities for more schools to participate'/ 
the Abowl experience. That means more student athletes, coaches, cheerleaders, band me 
bers, halftime performers, administrators, alumni, college football fans and communities c$ 
be a part of this unforgettable experience. College football bowl games offer these peort 
memories that can last a lifetime. This season about 5,600 student-athletes, 1 1,000 ban' 
members, 1 , 1 00 cheerleaders, 50,000- 100,000 performers and millions of fans and comrrj 
nity members were a part of this experience 




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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 their 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. 

Should a BCS Bowls regional tie-in champion be ranked 
number one or two in the final BCS standings, when such bowl 
is not hosting the national championship game, the number 
one or two-ranked team shall move to the national champion- 
ship game and the Bowl shall select a replacement team from 
the BCS pool of eligible teams. The pool will consist of any Divi- 
sion l-A team that is ranked among the Top 1 2 in the final BCS 



standings and has achieved nine wins during the regular season 
excluding NCAA-exempted contests. 

BCS At-Large Guidelines 



' Notre Dame (or any independent) is guaranteed a spot 
if it finishes in the top six of the final BCS standings. The Fighting 
Irish are not in a conference. 

• The third-place team in the final BCS standings is guaran- 
teed an at-large spot. 

' If the third-place team is not an at-large choice and a 
spot still remains open, then it goes to the fourth-place team. 

* If there's still an open spot, any of the top 1 2 teams in 
the final BCS standings can be invited as long as it has the re- 
quired nine victories 



BCS Schedule 

2004/05 Bowl Season 

Jan. 1,2005 -Rose Bowl 
Jan. 1,2005 -Fiesta Bowl 
Jan. 2, 2005 - Sugar Bowl 
Jan. 4, 2005 - Orange Bowl* 

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■ Bowl games bring a measure of importance to the regular season not seen in other sports. 
The numerous upsets of November 200 1 were a great example of this Had all those teams 
being playing for was seeding for a playoff, the outcomes would not have meant as much 
and the interest and excitement, likewise, would have not been as feverish, 

• No other intercollegiate sport plays as few regular season games as football and every 
game means something, conference championships mean something, 

• 86 [out of 1 1 7) different Division IA schools have participated in at least one bowl game in 
the past six seasons. A total of 56 schools, or 48 percent, will be a part of the postseason 
bowl experience this season and 28 teams will finish their season as a Abowl champion. This 
compares to approximately 20 percent that are selected in NCAA Championships in other 
sports p-AA Football - 1 3 percent; Baseball - 22 percent; Men's & Women's Basketball - 20 
percent; etc.) 

Bowl Games Are Popular... 



taged youth. A small sample of charities benefiting include the Boys & Girls Clubs, numerous 
hospitals, YMCA, local education programs through elementary and high schools, college 
scholarship programs, the United Way, Make a Wish Foundation and the Cystic Fibrosis 

Foundation Bowls Provide New & 
Unique Experiences... 

■ Players take part in many diverse experiences and see many sights during their bowl trips. 

■ Players at the Holiday Bowl have lunch and tour an aircraft carrier. Imagine the insight 
these players have today as they watch these same men fight for freedom in Irag. Players visit 
the Alamo in San Antonio, tour historic Alcatraz in San Francisco, Disney theme parks in 
Orlando, go snowmobiling in Boise, experience a luau and visit Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, and 
much more. 



■ Total attendance increased this past year as a record of more than 1.45 million fans at- 
tended 28 bowl games. The average capacity-filled of the bowl stadiums was 89% Fifteen 
bowls were at least 90% filled. Thirteen bowls were at least 99% filled. 

• Average attendance was up 3.2% this past year Of the 20 current bowls that have been 
played at least five years, attendance was up and stadium capacity was at 95.2%. Newer 
bowls don't have the benefit of years of building a local base of support. 

• The combined TV audience for the 28 bowls was an average of 1 1 7 million households 
and 1 7 games saw increases in TV viewer-ship. 

Bowls Benefit Communities... 

■ Bowls benefit not only NCAA institutions but local causes and charities. Many bowls con- 
tribute in excess of $100,000 annually to charitable causes and host camps for disadvan- 



2004-05 BOWL SCHEDULE 




Date 

Dec 14 



Bowl 



Conference 



Locution 



Time 



Network 



Wyndham New Orleans Bowl 



Dec. 21 Tangerine Bowl 



Sun Belt vs. C-USA 
ACC vs. Big 12 



New Orleans, La. 



3pm 



ESPN2 



Orlando, Fla. 



7:30 p.m. 



ESPN 



Dec. 22 



GMAC Bowl 



C-USA vs MAC 



Mobile, Ala. 



8 p.m. 



ESPN 



Dec. 23 



PlamsCapital Fort Wo rt h Bow l 



Big 1 2 vs. C-USA 



Fort Worth, Texas 



6:30 p.m. 



ESPN 



Dec. 23 



Las Vegas Bowl 



Mountain West vs. Pac-10 



Las Vegas, Nev. 



9;45p.m. 



ESPN 



i Dec. 24 
Dec. 27 



Sheraton Hawaii Bowl 



WAC vs. C-USA 



MPC Computers Bowl 



WAC vs. ACC 



Honolulu Hawaii 
Boise, Idaho 



2 p.m. 



ESPN 



2 p.m. 



ESPN 



Dec. 27 



Motor City Bowl 



MAC vs. Big Ten 



Detroit, Mich. 



5 30pm 



ESPN 



Dec. 28 



Independence Bowl 



SEC vs Big 12 



Shreveport, La. 



6:30 p.m. 



ESPN 



Dec. 28 



Insight Bowl 



Big East or Notre Dame vs. Pac-1 



Phoenix, Ariz. 



9 30 p m 



ESPN 



Dec. 29 



MasterCard Alamo Bowl 



Big Ten vs Big 1 2 



San Antonio, Texas 



8 p m 



ESPN 



Dec. 30 


Continental Tire Bowl 


ACC vs. Big East 


Charlotte, N.C. 


1 p.m. 


ESPN2 


Pec 30 


EVI .net Houston Bowl 


SEC vs. Biq 1 2 


Houston, Texas 


3:30 p.m. 


ESPN 


Dec. 30 


Emerald Bowl 


Pac-10 vs. Mountain West 


San Francisco, Calif. 


4:30 p.m. 


ESPN2 


Dec. 30 


Pacific Life Holiday Bowl 


Pac-10 vs. Big 12 


San Dieqo, Calif. 


8 p.m. 


ESPN 


Dec. 30 


Silicon Valley Football Classic 


WAC vs. Pac-10 


San Jose, Calif. 


1 1 p.m. 


ESPN2 


Dec. 31 


Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl 


SEC vs. Big Ten 


Nashville, Tenn. 


12 p.m. 


ESPN 


Dec. 31 


Vitalis Sun Bowl 


Pac-10 vs. Biq Ten 


El Paso, Texas 


2 p.m. 


CBS 


Dec. 3! 


AutoZone Liberty Bowl 


Conference USA vs. Mountain West 


Memphis, Tenn. 


3:30 p.m. 


ESPN 


Dec. 31 


Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl 


ACC vs. SEC 


Atlanta, Ga. 


7:30 p.m. 


ESPN 


Jan. 1 


Outback Bowl 


Big Ten vs SEC 


Tampa, Fla. 


1 1 a.m. 


ESPN 


Jan. 1 


SBC Cotton Bowl 


Big 12 vs. SEC 


Dallas, Texas 


1 1 a.m. 


FOX 


Jan. 1 


Toyota Gator Bowl 


ACC vs. Big East or Notre Dame 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


12:30 p.m. 


NBC 


Jan. 1 


Capital One Bowl 


SEC vs. Big Ten 


Orlando, Fla. 


1 p.m. 


ABC 


Jan. 1 


Rose Bowl 


BCS IBig Tenl vs. BCS (Pac-1 01 


Pasadena. Calif. 


5 p.m. 


ABC 


Jan. 1 


Tostitos Fiesta Bowl 


BCS (Biq 12) vs BCS [At-Larqel 


Tempe, Ariz. 


8:30 p.m. 


ABC 


Jan. 3 


Nokia Sugar Bowl 


BCS (SECI vs. BCS |At-Large| 


New Orleans, La. 


8 p.m. 


ABC 


Jan. 4 


FedEx Orange Bowl 


BCS National Championship Game 


Miami, Fla. 


8 p.m. 


ABC 




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Depart College Park on 9/1 7 @ 10:00 a.m. 
Headquarters: Holiday Inn Meadow Lands 

340 Race Track Road 

Washington, PA 15301 

724-222-6200 

Depart immediately following game 



Sept. 25. 2004 



at Duke 

Depart College Park on 9/24 @ 1 1 :00 a.m. 
Headquarters: Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley 

4500 Marriott Drive 

Raleigh, NC 27612 

919-781-7000 

Depart immediately following game 



Oct. 23. 2004 



at Clemson 




Depart College Park on 1 0/22 @ 1 1 .00 a.m. 
Headquarters: Greenville-Spartanburg Airport Marriott 

One Parkway East 

Greenville.SC 29615 

864-297-0300 

Depart immediately following game 



Now. 6. 2004 



at Virginia 



Depart College Park on 1 l/S @1 1:00 a.m. 
Headquarters: Charlottesville Doubletree Hotel 

990 Hilton Heights Rd. 

Charlottesville, VA 22901 

800-494-9467 

Depart immediately following game 




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The Terps will take charter flights on Delta to three road trips in 2004, 
beginning with their trip to Duke in September and continuing with Clemson 
on Oct. 23 and at Virginia Tech at Nov. 18 on Thusday night. 



Nov. 1 8, 2004 



at Virginia Te ch 

Depart College Park on 1 1/1 7 @ 1 1 :00 a.m. 
Headquarters: Wyndham Roanoke Airport 

2801 Hershberger Rd 

Roanoke, VA 24017 

540-561-9300 

Depart immediately following game 




Terps fans travel around the 

country to follow the team. 

Rich Parson (22) and Steve 

Suter showed their love for the 

fans by jumping into the 

stands after the Gator Bowl 

victory. 



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ANNUAL RECORDS AND FINISHES 

Annual win-loss records since 1892 jSAIAASouth Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Association; SC-Southern Conference; ACC-Atlantic Coast Conference 



Year 




Overall 
Record 



H 



PF 



PA Conf. 



Conf. 
Rec. 



Conf. 
Finish 



Coach 



Final AP 
Rank 



Bowl Game 



1892 


0-3-0 


0-1-0 


0-1-0 


0-1-0 


0(0.0j 


128(42.71 








Will Skinner 


1893 


6-0-0 


5-0-0 


1-0-0 




104117.3] 


16(2.7] 








Samuel Hardinq 


1894 


4-3-0 


3-0-0 


1-3-0 




106 |15.!) 


76|10.9) 








J.G. Bannon 


1895 


NO TEAM 




















1896 


6-2-2 


5-2-2 


1-0-0 




112|11.2| 


34 [3.4| 








Grenville Lewis 


1897 


2-4-0 


2-2-0 


0-2-0 




44 [7.31 


68(11.3) 








Grenville Lewis 


1898 


2-5-1 


1-2-0 


1-3-1 




80 |10.0| 


147 118.41 








Frank Kenly 


1899 


1-4-0 


1-1-0 


0-3-0 




2615.21 


157 131.41 








S.M. Cooke 


1900 


3-4-1 


24-1 


1-0-0 




68 [8.5] 


67 [8.41 








F.H. Peters 


1901 


1-7-0 


14-0 


0-2-0 


0-1-0 


49 (6.1 ) 


129 (16. 1 ) 








Emmons Dunbar 


1902 


3-5-2 


2-2-1 


0-2-1 


1-1-0 


28 (2.8) 


90 19.0] 








D. John Markey 


1903 


7-4-0 


4-1-0 


1-3-0 


2-0-0 


10419.51 


64 (5.8) 








D. John Markey 


1904 


24-2 


0-0-1 


2-4-1 




3314.11 


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(9.1) 








Fred Neilsen 


1907 


3-6-0 


1-2-0 


14-0 


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 Lang 


1909 


2-5-0 


1-1-0 


1-3-0 


0-1-0 


19 12.71 


103 114.71 








Bill Lana 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 2) 








Charley Donnelly/H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1912 


6-1-1 


4-0-0 


2-1-1 




191 (23.81 


60(7 5] 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1913 


6-3-0 


4-2-0 


2-1-0 




184(20.41 


139(15.4) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1914 


5-3-0 


3-1-0 


2-2-0 




72 (9.0) 


49(6.1) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1915 


6-3-0 


6-0-0 


0-3-0 




161 ( J 7.9) 


69 (7.7) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1916 


6-2-0 


4-1-0 


2-1-0 




142(17.8| 


52 (6.5) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1917 


4-3-1 


3-0-0 


1-2-1 


0-1-0 


89(11.1] 


159(19.9) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1918 


4-1-1 


1-1-0 


1-0-1 


2-0-0 


57 19.51 


35(5 8) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1919 


5-4-0 


2-2-0 


3-2-0 




93(10.31 


74 (8.2] 








H.C. "Curlev" Bvrd 


1920 


7-2-0 


3-0-0 


4-2-0 




I49J16.6] 


5516.1) 


SAIM 


1-1-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1921 


3-5-1 


0-1-0 


2-3-0 


1-1-1 


45 (5.0) 


127114.1) 


SC 


1-2-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1922 


4-5-1 


0-0-1 


3-5-0 


1-0-0 


77 17.71 


137 113.7] 


sc 


1-2 1 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1923 


7-2-1 


5-0-0 


2-1-0 


0-1-1 


216 |21.6] 


56 (5.6) 


SC 


3-1-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1924 


3-3-3 


2-1-1 


1-1-1 


0-1-1 


74 (8 2] 


78(8 7] 


sc 


2-2-1 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1925 


2-5-1 


1-1-0 


0-2-0 


1-2-1 


53 [6.61 


82(10.3] 


sc 


0-4-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1926 


54-1 


3-0-1 


1-3-0 


1-1-0 


161 116.11 


93 (9.31 


sc 


1-3-1 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1927 


4-7-0 


2-1-0 


14-0 


1-2-0 


186(16 9] 


144113.11 


sc 


2-3-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1928 


6-3-1 


3-1-0 


1-1-1 


2-1-0 


132 (13.2) 


70 (7.0) 


sc 


2-2-1 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1929 


44-2 


1-2-1 


1-1-1 


2-1-0 


148(14.81 


133 113.31 


sc 


1-2-1 


na 


H.C. "Curlev" Bvrd 


1930 


7-5-0 


3-0-0 


24-0 


2-1-0 


231 (19.31 


142(11.8) 


sc 


4-1-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1931 


8-1-1 


3-0-1 


2-1-0 


3-0-0 


194(19.4) 


98 (9.8) 


sc 


4-0-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1932 


5-6-0 


2-1-0 


2-2-0 


1-3-0 


148 113 5) 


158(14.4) 


sc 


1-3-0 


na 


H.C Curley" Byrd 


1933 


3-7-0 


2-1-0 


1-3-0 


3 


107!I0.7| 


149(14.9) 


sc 


1 4-0 


9th 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1934 


7-3-0 


3-0-0 


0-3-0 


4-0-0 


143(14.3) 


49 |4.9| 


sc 


3-1-0 


T-3rd 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 


1935 


7-2-2 


1-0-1 


3-0-0 


3-2-1 


127(11 5) 


78(7 1] 


sc 


3-1-1 


3rd 


Jack Faber 


1936 


6-5-0 


1-2-0 


2-2-0 


3-1-0 


117(10.6] 


59 [5.4| 


sc 


3-2-0 


T-5th 


Frank Dobson 


1937 


8-2-0 


3-0-0 


2-2-0 


3-0-0 


127(12.71 


65 (6.5) 


sc 


2-0-0 


1st 


Frank Dobson 


1938 


2-7-0 


0-4-0 


0-3-0 


2-0-0 


86 (9.6) 


235126.1) 


sc 


1-2-0 


17th 


Frank Dobson 


1939 


2-7-0 


1-2-0 


0-3-0 


1-2-0 


64(7.11 


106 111.81 


sc 


0-1-0 


14th 


Frank Dobson 


1940 


2-6-1 


0-3-1 


0-3-0 


7 


39 14.31 


171 119 0] 


sc 


0-1 1 


12th 


Jack Faber/AI Heagy/AJ Woods 


1941 


3-5-1 


7 1-0 


0-2-0 


1-2-1 


49 (5.41 


196121.81 


sc 


1-7-0 


17th 


Jack Faber/AI Heagy/AI Woods 


1942 


7-2-0 


3-0-0 


1-2-0 


3-0-0 


198(77 0) 


124|13.8| 


sc 


1-7-0 


13th 


Clark Shauqhnessy 


194 3 


4-5-0 


2-2-0 


1-3-0 


1-0-0 


105111.7] 


1 94 (2 1.6J 


sc 


2-0-0 


2nd 


Clarence Spears 


1944 


1-7-1 


03 1 


0-3-0 


1 10 


46(5 1) 


1/0(18 91 


sc 


1 10 


6th 


Clarence Spears 


1945 


6 2 1 


i 1 


2-1-1 


1-0-0 


719(74 3] 


105 111 7] 


sc 


3-2-0 


T-5th 
17th 


Paul "Bear" Bryant 


1946 


3 60 


2-2-0 


0-4-0 


1-0-0 


136|15.1] 


193 [2 1.4) 


sc 


7 5 


Clark Shaughnessy 


194/ 


7-2-2 


3-0-1 


4-1-0 


0-1-1 


207(18.8] 


121 [11.01 


sc 


3-2-1 


r-6th 


Jim T, itum Gator Bowl (Georqia, T, 20-20) 


1948 


64-0 


2-2-0 


4-2-0 




707 170 7) 


1 37 11 3 71 


sc 


4 7 


6th 


lim latum 


1949 


9-1-0 


4-0-0 


4-1-0 


1-0-0 


266126.61 


81 (8.1! 


sc 


4-0-0 


2nd 


Jim Tatum # 1 4 Gator Bowl [Missouri. W 20-71 


1950 


//I 


3-1-0 


3-1-1 


1-0-0 


274|27.4] 


120 1 12.0] 


sc 


4-1-1 


5th 


Jim Tatum 


1951 


10-0-0 


5-0-0 


3-0-0 


2-0-0 


381 (38 1] 


75(7.5) 


sc 


5 00 


TIM 


Jim Tatum #3 Sugar Bowl (Tennessee, W 28- 1 3] 


1952 


7-2-0 


3-0-0 


4-2-0 




218(24.2] 


85(9.4] 








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H 

5 0-0 


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4-0-0 


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PF 

298(27.1] 


PA 

38 (3.5 


Conf. 


Conf. 
Rec. 


Conf. 
Finish 


Fin< 
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#1 


Bowl Game 


953 


10- 1-0 


ACC 


3-0-0 


r ist 


Jim latum 


Orange Bowl (Oklahoma, L, 7-0] 


9S4 


7-2 1 


', 


2-2-1 




280 (28.0) 


6/ (6 / 


ACC 


4-0-1 


2nd 


Jim Tatum 


#8 




955 


1 0-1-0 


5-0-0 


5-0-0 


0-1-0 


217(19.7| 


77(7 0] 


ACC 


4 


T-lst 


Jim Tatum 


#3 


Oranqe Bowl lOklahoma, L, 20-61 


956 


2-7-1 


0-3-1 


2 4-0 




68 [6.8] 


168(16 8 


ACC 


2-2-1 


4th 


Tommy Mont 






957 


5-5-0 


3 2 


2-3-0 




119111 9) 


144(14.4 


ACC 


4-3-0 


T ird 


Tommy Mont 






958 


4-6-0 


! 2-0 


3 3-0 


0-1 


132(13.2] 


175(17.5 


ACC 


3-3-0 


5th 


Tommy Mont 






959 


5-5-0 


4-1-0 


1-3-0 


0-1-0 


184(18.41 


188 118.8 


ACC 


4-2-0 


3rd 


Tom Nuaent 






960 


6-4-0 


2-2-0 


4-2-0 




171 (17.1] 


164(16.4) 


ACC 


5-2-0 


3rd 


Tom Nugent 






961 


7 30 


4-1-0 


3-2-0 




156|I5.6] 


141 (14 1 


ACC 


3-3-0 


3rd 


Tom Nugent 






962 


6-4 


4-1-0 


2 5-0 




170(17 0] 


128(12 8] 


ACC 


5-2-0 


3rd 


Tom Nuqent 






963 


3-7-0 


2 30 


1-3-0 


0-1-0 


148(14.8] 


201 (20.1 


ACC 


2-5-0 


5th 


Tom Nugent 






964 


5-5-0 

4-6 


3-2-0 


1-3-0 


1-0-0 


164 1 16.4) 


126(12.6 


ACC 


4-3-0 


T-3rd 


Trim Nugent 






965 


1-4-0 


3-2-0 




132(13.2) 


164(16.4 


ACC 


3-3-0 


T-5th 


Tim Nugent 






966 


4-6 


4-1-0 


0-5-0 




180(18.0) 


204 (20.4 


ACC 


3-3-0 


T-3rd 


Lou r >,ib.in 






967 


0-9-0 


04-0 


0-5-0 




46(5.1) 


231 125.7 


ACC 


0-6-0 


8th 


Bob Ward 






968 


2-8 


2-3-0 


04-0 


0-1 


171 (17.11 


299 (29.9 


ACC 


2-5-0 


7th 


Bob Ward 






969 


3-7-0 


2-3-0 


1-4-0 




100(10.0] 


249 (24.9 


ACC 


3-3-0 


T-3rd 


Rov Lester 






970 


2 9-0 
2-9-0 


1 5-0 
2-4-0 


1-3-0 


0-1-0 


112(10.21 


241 (21.9 


ACC 


24-0 


T-6th 


Roy Lester 






971 


0-5-0 




224 (20.4] 


283 (25.7) 


ACC 


14-0 


7th 


Rov Lester 






972 


5-5 1 


4 1 


14-1 




243(22.1] 


217(19.7) 


ACC 


3-2-1 


3rd 


Jerry Claiborne 






973 


8-4-0 


4-2-0 


3-1-0 


1-1-0 


335 127.9] 


141 (11.8] 


ACC 


5-1-0 


2nd 


Jerry Claiborne 


#20 


Peach Bowl (Georqia, L, 17-161 


974 


8-4-0 


5 1 


2-1-0 


1-2-0 


312(26 0] 


150(12.5) 


ACC 


6-0-0 


1st 


Jerry Claiborne 


#13 


Liberty Bowl (Tennessee, L, 7-3] 


975 


9-2-1 


4-1-0 


4-1-1 


1-0-0 


312(26 0] 


150(12.5) 


ACC 


5-0-0 


1st 


Jerry Claiborne 


#13 


Gator Bowl (Florida, W, 13-0] 


976 


11-1-0 


6-0-0 


5-0-0 


0-1-0 


294 (24.51 


115(9.6] 


ACC 


5-0-0 


1st 


Jerry Claiborne 


#8 


Cotton Bowl (Houston, L, 30-21 1 


977 


84-0 


4-2-0 


3-2-0 


1-0-0 


254(21.2] 


179(14.9) 


ACC 


4-2-0 


T-3rd 


Jerry Claiborne 




Hall of Fame Bowl (Minnesota, W, 17-7| 


978 


9-3-0 


4-1-0 


5-1-0 


0-1-0 


261 (21.81 


167(13.91 


ACC 


5-1-0 


2nd 


Jerry Claiborne 


#20 


Sun Bowl (Texas, L, 42-01 


979 


7 4-0 


5-1-0 


2-3-0 




198 118 01 


135(12.3) 


ACC 


4-2-0 


T-2nd 


Jerrv Claiborne 






980 


84-0 


5-1-0 


3-2-0 


1 


211(17 6] 


165(13.8) 


ACC 


5-1-0 


2nd 


Jerry Claiborne 




Tangerine Bowl (Florida, L, 35-20) 


981 


4-6-1 


2-2-0 


24-1 




232(21.11 


194(17.6) 


ACC 


4-2-0 


3rd 


Jerry Claiborne 






982 


84-0 


5-1-0 


3-2-0 


0-1-0 


373(31.1] 


220(18.3] 


ACC 


5-1-0 


2nd 


Bobby Ross 


#20 


Aloha Bowl (Washinqton, L, 2 1-20) 


983 


8-4-0 


5-1-0 


3-2-0 


0-1-0 


316(26.3) 


253(21.1) 


ACC 


6-0-0 


1st 


Bobby Ross 




Fla. Citrus Bowl fTennessee, L, 30-23] 


984 


9-3-0 


2-2-0 


5-1-0 


2-0-0 


380(31.7) 


280 (23.3) 


ACC 


6-0-0 


Ist 


Bobby Ross 


#12 


Sun Bowl (Tennessee, W 28-271 


985 


9-3-0 


4-1-0 


3-1-0 


2-1-0 


326 (27.2) 


192(16.0| 


ACC 


6-0-0 


1st 


Bobby Ross 


#18 


Cherry Bowl (Syracuse J W 35-18] 


986 


5-5-1 


1-3-0 


4-2-0 


0-0-1 


262 (23.8| 


211 (19.21 


ACC 


2-3-1 


5th 


Bobby Ross 






987 


4-7-0 


3-1-0 


1-5-0 


0-1-0 


194(17.61 


301 (27.4] 


ACC 


3-3-0 


5th 


Joe Krivak 






988 


5-6-0 


3-2-0 


24-0 




260 (23.61 


304 (27.6] 


ACC 


4-3-0 


T4th 


Joe Krivak 






989 


3-7-1 


2-3-0 


1-4-0 


0-0-1 


215(19.51 


238(21 6 


ACC 


2-5-0 


6th 


Joe Krivak 






990 


6-5-1 


3-1-0 


3-3-0 


0-1-1 


237(19.81 


234 i2i 7 


ACC 


4-3-0 


4th 


Joe Krivak 




Independence Bowl (La. Tech, I 34-341 


991 


2-9-0 


1-3-0 


1-5-0 


0-1-0 


138112.5] 


302 (27.51 


ACC 


2-5-0 


6th 


Joe Krivak 






992 


3-8-0 


24-0 


14-0 




292 126.51 


365 (33.2| 


ACC 


2-6-0 


8th 


Mark Duffner 






993 


2-9-0 


14-0 


1-5-0 




243(22.1] 


479 (43.5] 


ACC 


2-6-0 


T-7th 


Mark Duffner 






994 


4-7-0 


3-2-0 


1-5-0 




270 124.51 


326 (29.6] 


ACC 


2-6-0 


7th 


Mark Duffner 






995 


6-5-0 


3-2-0 


3-3-0 




210(19.1] 


251 (22.8) 


ACC 


4-4-0 


T-5th 


Mark Duffner 






996 


5-6-0 


4-2-0 


1-3-0 


0-1-0 


187(17.0] 


239(21.7) 


ACC 


3-5-0 


T-6th 


Mark Duffner 






997 


2-9-0 


1-5-0 


14-0 




161 (14.6] 


355 (32.3) 


ACC 


1-7-0 


8th 


Ron Vanderlinden 






998 


3-8-0 


2-3-0 


1-4-0 


0-1-0 


202(18.4] 


290 (26.41 


ACC 


1-7-0 


T-8th 


Ron Vanderlinden 






999 


5-6-0 


3-3-0 


2-3-0 




292 (26.5! 


260123.61 


ACC 


2-6-0 


T3th 


Ron Vanderlinden 






300 


5-6-0 


4-2-0 


14-0 




247 (22 5, 


284(25.8] 


ACC 


3-5-0 


T-6th 


Ron Vanderlinden 






301 


10-2-0 


7-0-0 


3-1-0 


0-1-0 


390 (35.5] 


210(19.1) 


ACC 


7-1-0 


1st 


Ralph Fnedqen 


#11 


Oranqe Bowl (Florida, L, 56-231 


302 


11-3-0 


6-1-0 


4-1-0 


1-1-0 


451 (32.2) 


228(16.3) 


ACC 


6-2-0 


T-2nd 


Ralph Fnedqen 


#13 


Peach Bowl (Tennessee, W 30-3] 


303 


10-3-0 


6-0-0 


3-3-0 


1-0-0 


406(31.1] 


206(15.81 


ACC 


6-2-0 


2nd 


Ralph Friedqen 


#17 


Gator Bowl (West Virqinia, W, 41-7] 



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All-Time Record 


56749343 (.5341 


Total Games 


1,103 


Home 


307-168-17 1.641) 


At Byrd Stadium (since 1 950) 


175-100-1 (.636) 


Away 


l96-270-16|.423| 


Neutral 


64-55-101.5351 


Points Scored 


18,883 


Points Against 


17,166 


Bowl Games 


8-10-21.450] 



All Conference Games 



248-200-13 1552] 



South Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Assoc. Games 
Southern Conference Games 



1-I-0(.500| 



65-55-9 (.523) 



Atlantic Coast Conference Games 
Total Atlantic Coast Conference Games 



182-1444|.558| 



330 



ACC Finishes 


First 


9 


Second 


8 


Third 


11 


Fourth 


3 



Fifth 



Sixth 


5 


Seventh 


4 


Eiqhth 


5 



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COACHING HISTORY 



Coach 

Will Skinner 



Years 

1892 



W L T Pet. 

I 3 250 



Samuel Harding 



1893 



1000 



J.G. Bannon 



1894 



3 .571 



Grenville Lewis 



1896-97 



.563 



Frank Kenly 



1898 



5 I 



.312 




S.M. Cooke 



1899 



I 4 .200 



FH. Peters 



1900 



4 12 .434 



Emmons Dunbar 



1901 



I 



7 .125 



D. John Markey 



1902-04 



12 13 



.483 



Fred Neilsen 



1905-06 



II 7 .611 



Charles Melick 



1907 



3 6 .333 



Bill Lang 



1908 



.364 



I Lang & E. Larkin 1909 



4 .333 



Royal Alston 



1910 



5 3 I .611 



Charley Donnelly 1911 



1 .450 



H.C. "Curley" Byrd 1911-34 



122 86 16 .580 



Jack Faber' 



1935 , 1 94 041 12 13 4 .483 



Frank Dobson 



1936-39 



18 21 .462 



Clark Shaughnessy 1942,1946 



10 8 .556 



Clarence Spears 



1943-44 



5 12 1 



.306 



Paul "Bear' Bryant 1945 



1 .722 



Jim Tatum 



1947-55 



73 15 



.815 



Tommy Mont 



1956-58 



11 18 1 .383 



Tom Nugent 



1959-65 



36 34 .514 



Lou Saban 



1966 



6 400 



Bob Ward 



1967-68 



2 17 .015 



Roy Lester 



1969-71 



7 25 



.291 



Jerry Claiborne 



1972-81 



77 37 3 .671 



Bobby Ross 



1982-86 



39 19 I 



.669 



Joe Knvak 



1987-91 



20 34 



.375 



Mark Duffner 



1992-96 



20 35 .367 



Ron Vanderlinden 



1997-2000 



15 29 .341 



Ralph Friedgen 2001-pres, 31 8 O .795 

'■Faber served ascotiead coach with Al Heaqy and Al Woods in 194041 



Conference Titles 

Year Conference 



Coach 



1937 
1951 
1953 



Southern 



Frank Dobson 



Southern 



Jim Tatum 



Atlantic Coast 



Jim Tatum 



1955 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1983 
198-1 
1985 
2001 



Atlantic Coast 



Jim Tatum 



Atlantic Coast 



Atlantic Coast 



Jerry Claiborne 



lerry Claiborne 



Atlantic Coast 



Jerry Claiborne 



Atlantic Coast 



Bobby Ross 



Atlantic Coast 



Bobby Ross 



Atlantic Coast 



Atlantic Coast 



Bob by Ross 
Ralph Friedgen 



Best Winning Percentages 



Year Coach 

1951 Jim Tatum 



W L T Pet. 



10 1.000 



1893 S.H. Ha rding 



6 1.000 



1976 


Jerry Claiborne 


11 1 





.917 


1953 


Jim Tatum 


10 1 





.909 


1955 


Jim Tatum 


10 1 





.909 


1949 


Jim Tatum 


9 1 





900 


1931 


H.C. Byrd 


8 1 


1 


.850 


2001 


Ralph Friedgen 


10 2 





.833 



Most Wins in a Season 



Year 

1976 

2002 

1951 

1953 

1955 

2001 

2003 



Coach 


W 


L 


T 


Jerry Claiborne 


11 


1 





Ralph Friedgen 


11 


3 


, 


Jim latum 


10 





1 


Jim Tatum 


10 


1 





Jim Tatum 


10 


1 






Ralph Friedgen 
Ralph Friedgen 



10 
10 



Pet. 

917 
.786 
000 
909 
909 
.833 
.769 




Will Skinner 
|1892) 



Samuel Harding 
[1893) 



Grenville Lewis 
|1 896-97| 




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D. John Markey 
11902-04) 



Fred Neilsen 
|1 905-061 



H.C. Curley' Byrd 





Jack Faber 
(1935, 1940-41) 



Frank Dobson 
(1936-39| 



11911-34) 









Clark Shaughnessy 
(1942, 1946) 




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Paul Bear' Bryant Jim Tatum 
(1945) (1947-55) 



Tommy Mont 
(1956-58) 




Tom Nugent 
|1959-65| 



Lou Saban 
(1966| 



Bob Ward 
|1967-68| 




Roy Lester 
(1969-71) 



Jerry Claiborne 
(1972-81) 



Bobby Ross 
(1982-86| 




Joe Krivak 
(1987-91) 



Mark Duffner 
(1992-96) 




Ron Vanderlinden 
(1997-2000) 



Assistant Coachtk 


A 


L 


WallyAke 1997-00 


Gothard Lane 1975 


GeneAlderton 1958 


Fred Layman 1 955- 
Roy Lester 1 956-58 


Harry Alexander 1970-71 


Roland Arnqoni 1 959-65 


MikeLocksley 1997 


Steve Axmen 1989 


_ M 

Richard MacPhersor 


B 



Tim Banks 2003-ptes. 

John Baxter 1 992-93 



Clayton B ea rdmore 1970-71 
Levern Belin 1 999-00 



Bill Bell 1969 



Gary Blackney 2001 -pies. 

George Boutsehs 1969 7J 

JoeBranzell 1967 



Doug Mallory 1997 
Mike Mallory 2000 " 
Jeffery Mann 1 983 ^ 
Joe Mark 1969-71 
Paul Massey 1965-6 
Peter McCarty 1992 
Jim Miceli 1 994-96 



To m Brattan 20 01-pres. 

Robert Brush 1 970 



John Misciaqna 1 9 3 
Tommy Mont 1951 
Dim Montero 1 967 



Rubin Carter 1997-98 



James Cavanaugh 1982-87 
Emmett Cheek 1951-55 



Clyde Chrisensen 1992-93 
Lee Corso 1959-65 



Chris Cosh 1997 



Kevin Coyle 1 994-96 



John Devlin 1973-81 



Harry Diet? 1 968 



DanDorazio 1992-96 



Fred D'Orazio 1 967 



William Dovell 1955-66 



Jerry Eisaman 1972-81. 90-91 
F 



Albert Ferguson 1969 
M el Foels 1992-96 
George Foussekis 1 972-9 1 
James Franklin 2000-pres. 
Ralph Friedgen 1982-86 
EdFullerton 1956-58 



JoeGardi 1970-73 



Warren Giese 1949-55 



Dennis Goldman 1 995-96 



Steve Greatwood 1997 



Thomas Groom 1972-81 



Mike Gundy 1 997-00 



Charlie Guy 1959 



H 



JohnHallum 1972-81 



Ralph Hawkins 1967 



Bob Heffner 199700 



Jack HennemierJ 9 48-54. 57-58 
Harold Hunter 1964-65 
Carroll Huntress 1961 
Morgan Hout 1977-79 
John Hyder 1970 



I 



Johnny Idzik 1956-58 



Charles Jerasa 1 966 



William J oe 1971 

"mon 1997-99 

Ernie Jorge 11967-6 8 

Howard lustur 1967 68 

K 

■ 1 955 
Fred Kern 1967-68 

loi Mr. .1. 1974 7o S2-S6 



- 



Joe Moss 1 956 
Dennis Murphy 1 % M 

o 

Bill O Brien 2003 pi^ 

Fred O'Connor 1971 M 



Thomas Park 1 973- M 
Jim Peebles I956-5 7M 
Richard Porteel98 2M 

8 1 

Dick Redding 1 972 J 

BernieReid 1959 1 
Ron Rice 1 97 1 -72 1 



Danny Rocco I99B -'M 
GibRomame 1973 -M 
Robert Ross 1 972 1 
Lee Royer 1968-70 1 
Sam Rutigliano 196 J 
RayRychleski2001B 

S 

Alf Satterfield 1 959 1 

Cliff Schwenke 199 M 
AISeamonson200!iB 
Vernon S eibert 1 95 ' ■ 
John Shann on 1 99 "H 
RodSharpless 1977^ 

90-91.01-02 I 
Farrell Sheridan 198 M 
Larry Slade 1 992-9 3 1 
Dave Sollarzo 19811 

01-pr es. 
Rob Spencel 992-9 J 
TomSteigler 1967 I 
Chuck Steimle I967 B 
Terry Strock 1972-8 I 
T_ 

Charlie Taaffe 200 1| 
Eddie Teague 1952 M 
Frank Toom ey 1 95 u I 
Paul Tortorella 198 c I 

IL 

Dave Ungerer 1 994 M 
Elliot Uzelac 1 998-0 ■ 

Bob Valesente 1 98E 1 

• >■':. r-,-UKp I 

Frank Verducci 198 I 

w 

Dewey Wade 1 966 I 
Bob Ward 1 952-57 I 
Vincent White 1994 I 

Tony Whittlesey l It I 
Greg Williams 1982 I 

z 

JohnZernhelt 1987 1 



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Game-by-game results for every Maryland football 
reason since 1 892 Maryland was known as Maryland Ag- 
ricultural College from 1892-1915, and as Maryland State 
College from 1916-1919. Maryland* conference affiliations: 
Atlantic Coast Conference since 1 953, Southern Conference 
from 1921-51 fSC standings not available from I92l-32| 
and South Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 
1920. 

Home games were played at Byrd Field or "Old" 
Byrd Stadium, across the street from the campus on Balti- 
more Ave, from 1923-1947 and again in 1949 Home 
g.imes In 1948 were played at Griffith Stadium in Wash- 
ington, D C Home games since 1950 have been played 
at Byrd Stadium on campus. 

Home, road and neutral records ate. in parentheses 
(KAN) Maryland and opponent Associated Press rankings 
K m brackets -AP polls began in 1936. From 1961-1967, 
the Associated Press ranked only the nations top 10 teams. 

• — indicates conference games 

* — indicates homecoming games 

' — indicates games played on Thanksgiving Day 



1892 



0-3-0 [CM, CM,0-l| 




Head Coach: Will Skinner 




015 at St Johns |AnnapolisJ 


L 0-50 




L 0-62 




L 0-16 


at Clifton Park. Md 


1893 uc 


cfa*miiffn£> 


WW |S-0, t-0| 




Head Coach: Samuel Harding 




DI2 Eastern High 


vV 360 


321 Central High 


W 10-0 


326 Baltimore City College 


W 190 


VI St. John's (Annapolisl 


W 60 


VII at Western Maryland 


W 18-10 


117 Onent Athletic Club 


W 16-6 


1894 


1-3-0 (3-0, 1-3) 




Head Coach: J G Bannon 




310 Onent Athletic Club 


W30O 


312 Western Maryland 


W52-0 


320 at Washington College 


W 12-0 


327 at St. Johns (Annapolisl 


L 6-22 


W Georgetown 


W64 


J2I at Colonial Athletic Qub 


L 0-26 


H29 at Mount St. MaryS ' 


L 0-24 


1895 




NO TEAM 



1896 

6-2-2(5-2-2,1-0) 

Head Coach: Grenville Lewis 

010 Eastern High L 0-6 

017 Gallaudet T 0-0 

021 Business High W 34-0 

029 Central High W 10-6 
N4 Alexandria High W 18-0 
NI0 Bethel Military W 20-10 

Episcopal High L 0-6 

NI4 at Western Maryland W 16-6 

Central High W 14-0 

N2I Old Maryland (Baltimore) TOO 

1897_ 

2-4-0 (2-2, 0-2) 

Head Coach: Grenville Lewis 

016 Central High W 24-6 

O20 Eastern High WW 

030 Johns Hopkins L 6-30 

NI3 at St. Johns (Annapolisl L 4-6 

NI7 Gallaudet L 6-16 

N20 at Baltimore Medical L 0-10 

' at Baltimore. Md. lEIectnc Park) 

1MB 

2-S-l (1-2, 1-3-1) 
Head Coach: Frank Kenly 

013 Columbian U L 5-17 

015 at Western Maryland L 0-32 

Eastern High W 360 

022 Gallaudet L 0-33 

026 at Rock Hill T 12-12 

029 at Johns Hopkins I 0-16 

N2 at Episcopal High L 0-37 

N5 at Rock Hill W 27-0 

1S99 

1-4-0 (1-1. 0-3) 

Head Coach: S M Cooke 

014 Western Maryland L 0-21 

025 Eastern High W 260 

028 at Johns Hopkins L 040 

N8 atDelaware L 0-34 

NIO at St Johns (Annapolisl L 0-62 

1900 

3-4-1 12-4-1, 1-0) 
Head Coach: FH Peters 

012 Western High T 00 

O20 Gibraltar Athletic Club L 0-17 

024 Georgetown Prep L 0-5 

030 Episcopal High L 6-34 

NI2 Georgetown Prep W 150 

NI3 GonzagaHigh L 5-11 

N24 GonzagaHigh W 21-0 

N29 at Charlotte Hall Academy W2I-0 




i just its second year of organized football, 1893, Maryland finished with a 
erfect 6-0 mark and was crowned D.C. champion. 



1901 

1-7-0 (1-4, 0-2, 0-l| 

Head Coach: Emmons Dunbar 

05 atDelaware L 624 

016 Gallaudet L 10-11 

019 Johns Hopkins L 0-6 

030 Central High L 0-11 

N9 Rock Hill I 611 

NI3 U.S. Marines W 270 

NI6 at Walbrook Athletic Club . L 0-36 

N23 Western Maryland L 0-30 

at American Legion Park 

1902 

3-5-2 (2-2-1, 0-2-1, 1-1) 

Head Coach: D John Markey 

015 Georgetown L 0-27 

018 Mount St Joesphs W 50 

022 Columbian (GW| W 11-10 

025 Olympia Athletic Club ' W 60 

Nl at Washington College TOO 

N8 at Mount St Marys L 0-5 

NI5 at Western Maryland L 626 

NI9 Old Maryland |Baltimore| L 0-5 

N22 Johns Hopkins ■' L 0-17 

N29 Delaware T 0-0 

at Washington, DC 
' atAmencan Legion Park 

1903 

7-4-0 |4-1, 1-3, 2-0| 
Head Coach: D John Markey 

528 Georgetown L 0-28 

02 Clifton Athletic Club W 50 

07 Gunton Temple W 21-0 

01 1 Washington College W 280 

017 at St Johns (Annapolisl I 0-18 

028 Tech High 1 W 27-0 

031 atColumbian W 60 

N7 at Mount St Mary's L 0-2 

NI4 Western Maryland ' W 60 

N2I Old Maryland |Baltimore|.. . W 11-0 

N27 atDelaware' L 0-16 

at Washington. D C 
' at Wilmington. Del 

1904 

2-4-2 {04-1, 2-4-1| 

Head Coach: D John Markey 

S24 atGeorgetown L 0-22 

01 Randolph Macon T 0-0 

08 at Fort Monroe TOO 

015 at Mount St Mary's W 11-6 

022 at Western Maryland L 0-5 

N5 at Old Maryland (Baltimotel L 06 

NI9 at Gallaudet W 22-5 

N26 atDelaware' L 0-18 

at Wilmington. Del 

1905 

64-0 (5-1, 1-3| 

Head Coach: Fred Meilsen 

07 Baltimore Poly Institute W 200 

014 Gallaudet W 160 

021 Western Maryland L 0-10 

025 at Navy L 0-17 

028 Mount St Josephs W 280 

N4 at Williams Mary W 17-0 

Nil St Johns [Annapolis) W 27-5 

NI8 at Washington College L 0-17 

N25 Old Maryland (Baltimore! .. W 23-5 
N30 atDelaware L 0-12 

1900 

5-3-O|3-O,2-2,0-1| 
Head Coach: Fred Neilsen 

529 Tech High W 5-0 

06 Baltimore City College W 22-0 

OIO atNavy L 0-12 

013 Georgetown L 0-28 

020 at Mount Washington L 0-29 

NIO at St Johns (Annapolisl W 20-4 

NI7 at Rock Hill W 160 

N24 Washington College W 35-0 

at Washington. DC /Griffith Stadium) 




Curley Byrd finished his playing career in 
1 907 and became head coach in 1911. 

1907 

3-6-0(1-2, 14, I -0| 
Head Coach: Charles Melick 

S28 Tech High W 13-0 

Georgetown L 0-10 

05 at Richmond L 5-11 

09 atNavy L 0-12 

012 at Mount St Mary's L 612 

026 George Washington W I0O 

N9 at Washington College W 10-5 

NI6 St Johns (Annapolis) L 0-16 

N23 atGallaudet L 0-5 

at Washington. D C /Griffith Stadium/ 

1908 

3-8-0 (3-4. 0-4| 

Head Coach: Bill Lang 

S26 TechHigh L 5-6 

S30 Central High W 5-0 

03 at Richmond L 0-22 

010 at Johns Hopkins L 0-10 

014 Navy L 0-57 

01 7 Gallaudet W SO 

024 at George Washington L 0-57 

031 at Fredncksburg (Va | L 0-10 

N7 Baltimore Poly W 12-0 

NI4 St. Johns (Annapolisl L 0-31 

N2I Washington College L 0-1 1 



1909 



2-5-0 |l-l, 1-3,0-11 

Head Coach: Bill Lang and Dt Edward Lanon 
S25 TechHigh L 0-1 1 

02 at Richmond . L 0-12 

09 at Johns Hopkins L 0-9 

016 Rock Hill W 50 

023 George Washington L 0-26 

O30 at NC State L 0-33 

N6 atGallaudet W 14-12 

at Washington, DC (Griffith Stadium| 



1910 



4-3-1 (2-0, 1-3-1, 1-0) 

Head Coach: Royal Alston 

S26 Central High W 120 

01 at Richmond W 20O 

08 at Johns Hopkins T 11-11 

015 CatholicU W2I-0 

019 George Washington W 1 1-0 

NI2 at Virginia Midtar, L M 

NI9 at St Johns (Annapolisl L 06 

N24 at Western Maryland L 3-17 

at Washington. D.C. IGhffHh Stadiumj 



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1911 



4-4-2 (4-3-2, 0-1 1 




Head Coach: Charley Donnelly/H 


C "Curley" Byrd 


Tech High 


W6-0 


S30 Richmond 


T 0-0 


014 Fredncksburg [Va.| 


W50 


Central High 


L 0-14 


021 Johns Hopkins 


L 3-6 


028 Catholic U 


..T 6-6 


N4 St. Johns |Annapolis| 


... L 0-27 


Nil at Washington College .. . . 


L 5-17 


NI8 Western Maryland 


W60 


N25 Gallaudet 


W 6-2 


1912 




6-1-1 14-0-0, 2-1-1] 




Head Coach: H.C "Curley" Byrd 




S28 Tech High 


..W31-6 


05 Richmond 


.. W 46-0 


013 at Johns Hopkins 


W 13-0 


019 Old Maryland |8altimore| .... 


„ W 58-0 


026 at St. Johns |Annapolis] 


, L 0-27 


N9 Gallaudet 


W 13-7 


N23 at Western Maryland 


W 17-7 


N30 at Pennsylvania Military 


T 13-13 


1913 





6-3-0 (4-2, 2-1 J 

Head Coach: H C "Curley" Byrd 

S27 Baltimore City College W 27-10 




04 Richmond 


.. W 45-0 


OH atJohns Hopkins 


.. W 26-0 


018 Western Maryland 


.. W 46-0 


025 atNavy 


...I 0-76 


N8 at St. Johns (Annapolis) 


„W 13-0 


N14 Washington College 


. W 20-0 


N22 Gallaudet 


L 0-26 


N27 Pennsylvania Military ' 


... L 7-27 


1914 




5-3-0 (3-1 , 2-2| 




Head Coach: H C "Curley" Byrd 




S26 Baltimore Poly 


I 0-6 


03 Catholic U 


.. W6-0 


OIO at Western Maryland 


... L 13-20 


024 at Johns Hopkins 


W 14-0 


027 at St. Johns [Annapolis] 


W 10-0 


N6 Washington College 


W3-0 


N13 at Gallaudet 


,„L 0-23 


N25 at Pennsylvania Military ' 


.. W 26-0 


1915 




6-3-0 (6-0, 0-3) 




Head Coach: H.C. 'Curley" Byrd 




S25 Baltimore Poly 


W3I-0 




L 0-7 


09 at Catholic U 


L 0-16 


016 Gallaudet 


,.W 10-3 


023 Pennsylvania Military 


..W 14-13 




. W 27-14 


N6 Washington College 


..W 28-13 


N13 Western Maryland 


..W5I-0 


N25 at Johns Hopkins ' 


,., L 0-3 13,000 


1916 




6-2-0 |4-1, 2-1 ( 




Head Coach: H C 'Curley' Byrd 




06 Dickinson 


W60 


Oil atNavy 


L 7-14 


018 Virginia Military 


W 15-9 


025 Haverford 


L 6-7 


N9 St Johni |Annapolis| 


. W 31-6 


NI6 Catholic U 


.. W 13-9 


N23 at New York U 


.. W 10-7 


N30 at Johns Hopkins ' 


.. W 54-0 7,000 


1917 




4-3-1 |3-0, 1-2-1,0-1] 




Head Coach: H C 'Curley' Byrd 




06 Delaware 


W 20-0 


013 atNavy . 


. L M2 


020 at Virginia Military 


T 14-14 


027 Wake Forest . 


, W 29-13 


N3 NC State 


. L 6-10 


NIO St Johns (Annapoiiv 


. WI3-3 




L 0-57 




W 7-0 


at Washington. DC (Central H.S. Stadium) 



1918 

4-1-1 (1-1, 1-0-1, 2-0} 
Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 

026 American U L 6-13 

N2 at Virginia Military W 7-6 

N9 Western Maryland : W 19-0 

NI6 NewVorkU W 6-2 

N23 St, Johns (Annapolis) ' W 19-14 

N28 at Johns Hopkins' T 0-0 

' af Baltimore. Md IHomewood Field} 

191 9 

5-4-0 (2-2, 3-2) 

Head Coach: H C "Curley" Byrd 

04 Swarthmore L 6-10 

Oil at Virginia W 13-0 

018 at West Virginia L 0-27 

025 Virginia Tech L 0-6 

Nl at Yale L 0-31 

N8 at St. Johns |Annapolis] W 27-0 

N15 Catholic U W 13-0 

N22 Western Maryland W 20O 

N27 at Johns Hopkins' W 14-0 

19211 

7-2-0 (3-0, 4-2| 

SAIAA: 1-1-0 

Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" ByTd 

S25 Randolph Macon W 54-0 

02 at Rutgers L 0-6 

09 -at Princeton L 0-35 

016 Washington College W 27-0 

023 -at Virginia Tech W 7-0 

030 at North Carolina W 13-0 

N6 at Catholic U W 14-0 

NI3 atSyracuse W 10-7 

N25 Johns Hopkins ' W 24-7 

1921 

3-5-1 (0-1, 2-3, 1-1-1) 

SC: 1-2-0 

Head Coach: H.C "Curley* Bynj 

01 at Rutgers W 3-0 

08 atSyracuse L 042 

015 St Johns (Annapolisl L 3-7 

022 ■ Virginia Tech ' W 10-7 

029 ■ North Carolina ' L 7-16 

N5 at Yale L 0-28 

N 1 2 at Catholic U W 160 

NI9 at Carnegie Tech L 0-21 

N24 -NC State" T 6-6 

' at Washington, DC 

' at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium) 

1922 

4-5-1 |0-0-1, 3-5, 1-0) 

SC: 1-2-1 

Head Coach: H C. "Curley" Byrd 

S30 Third Army Corps' W 7-0 

07 ■ Richmond T 0-0 

014 at Pennsylvania L 0-12 

021 at Princeton L 0-26 

028 ■ at North Carolina L 3-27 

N4 ■ at Virginia Tech L 0-21 

Nil at Yale L 3-45 

NI8 at Johns Hopkins W 3-0 

N25 at Catholic U W 54-0 

N30 ■ at NC State' W 7-6 

1 ar Baltimore, Md IHomewood Field) 

1923„ 

7-2-1 |S-0, 2-1,0-1-1| 

SC: 3-1-0 

Head Coach: H C "Curley" Byrd 

S29 Randolph Macon W 53-0 

06 at Pennsylvania W 3-0 

013 -Richmond W 23-0 

O20 ■Virginia Tech' L 9-16 

027 ■ North Carolina W 144 

N3 St Johns (Annapolisl W 28-0 

NIO at Yale L 14-16 

N17 • al NC State . W 26-12 

N24 Catholic U." W40-6 

N29 Johns Hopkins T 6-6 

at Washington. D C (Griffith Stadium) 
at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium) 



1924 



15,000 



W23-0 
L 7-19 



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 , . 

04 • Washington & Lee 

Oil -Richmond W 380 

018 • Virginia Tech L 0-12 

025 ■ at North Carolina W 6-0 

Nl at Catholic U T 0-0 

N8 at Yale L 047 

NI5 "NCState T 0-0 

N27 Johns Hopkins " T 0-0 

' at Washington DC. (Central H.S. Stadium) 
' at Baltimore, Md. (Memonal Stadium) 



20,000 



20.000 



1925 



2-5-1 (1-1,0-2, 1-2-1| 




SC: 0-4-0 




Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




S26 Washington College 


,.W 13-0 


OIO Rutgers' 


W 16-0 


017 • Virginia Tech ' . . , 


...L 0-3 


024 ■ at Virginia 


...L 0-6 


031 « North Carolina J 


...I 0-16 


N7 at Yale 


,L 1443 


N14 • Washington & Lee 


... L 3-7 


N26 Johns Hopkins n 


...T 7-7 


' at Philadelphia, Pa. 




' at Washington, D.C {Griffith Stadium} 


' at Baltimore, Md. (Memonal Stadium} 


1926 




5-4-1 (3-0-1, 1-3, 1-1| 




SC: 1-3-1 




Head Coach: H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




S25 Washington College 


„ W 63-0 


02 ■ at South Carolina 


. L 0-12 


09 at Chicago 


...L 0-21 


016 > Virginia Tech ' 


,..L 8-24 11,000 


023 ■ North Carolina 


. W 14-6 


O30 Gallaudet 


.. W 38-7 


N6 at Yale 


.. W 15-0 


N13 • Virginia 


T fro 


N20 • at Washington & Lee 


. L 0-3 


N25 Johns Hopkins " 


W 17-14 


' at Norfolk, Va. 




' at Baltimore Md (Memorial Stadium) 


1927 




4-7-0 (2-1, 1-4, 1-2) 




SC: 2-3-0 




Head Coach: H C. "Curley" Byrd 




S24 Washington College 


„ W 80-0 




. W 26-0 


08 ■ at North Carolina 


...L 6-7 


015 ■ Virginia Tech ' 


W 13-7 


022 • at Virginia Military 


W 10-6 


029 ■ Washington & Lee 


L 6-13 


N5 at Yale 


... L 6-30 32.000 


NI2 ■ at Virginia 


L 0-21 


NI9 atVanderbilt 


. L 20-39 


N24 Johns Hopkins ' 


L 13-14 18.000 


D3 Florida 1 


L 6-7 



1 at Norfolk. Va. 

' at Baltimore, Md. (Memonal Stadium} 

i at Jacksonville, fla. (Municipal Stadium) 



1928 



6-3-1 (3-1, 1-1-1,2-11 

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 0-0 

N3 ■ Virginia Tech ' L 6-9 

NIO at Yale W 6-0 

NI7 -Virginia' ..., W 18-2 

N24 • Washington & Lee W 60 

N29 Johns Hopkins " W 26-6 

at Norfolk Va 

M Washington D C (Griffith Stadium) 
' at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Stadium) 



1929 

4-4-2 |1-2-1, 1-1-1, 2-1| 

SC: 1-2-1 

Head Coach: H C "Curley" Byrd 

S2 7 Washington College W 34-7 

05 ■ North Carolina L 043 

012 South Carolina L 6-26 

019 at Gallaudet W 13-6 

026 ■ at Virginia Military L 6-7 

N2 ■Virginia'* T 13-13 

N9 at Yale T 13-13 

NI6 ■ Virginia Tech ' W 240 

N28 Johns Hopkins" W 39-6 

D7 Western Maryland ' L 0-12 

' at Norfolk. Va. 

' at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium) 

1930 

7-5-0 (3-0, 2-4, 2-1 1 

SC: 4-1-0 

Head Coach: H.C "Curley" Byrd 

S27 Washington College W 60-6 

04 at Yale L 1340 

Oil • at North Carolina L 21-28 

018 St Johns [Annapolisl W 21-13 

025 ■ at Virginia Military W 20O 

Nl -atVirginia W 14-6 

N8 ■ Washington & Lee" W 41-7 

N1S ■ Virginia Tech W 13-7 

N22 atNavy L 0-6 

N27 Johns Hopkins " W 210 

N29 atVanderbilt L 7-22 

D6 Western Maryland " L 0-7 

: at Norfolk. Va. 

' at Baltimore. Md (Memorial Stadium) 

1931 

8-1-1 (3-0-1, 2-1, 3-0) 

SO4O0 

Head Coach: H C. "Curley" Byrd 

S26 Washington College W 130 

03 ■Virginia..... W 7-6 

OIO Navy 1 W 60 

017 Kentucky T 6-6 

024 ■ at Virginia Military W 41-20 

031 ■ at Virginia Tech W 20O 

N7 atVanderbilt L 12-39 

N2I ■ Washington & Lee" W 13-7 

N26 Johns Hopkins " W 35-14 

D5 Western Maryland ' W 41-6 

' at Washington. DC (Griffith Stadium) 
' at Baltimore. Md (Memorial Stadium) 

1932 

5-6-0 (2-1 , 2-2, 1-3] 

SC: 1-30 

Head Coach: H C 'Curley' Byrd 

S24 Washington College W 630 

01 ■ at Virginia L 6-7 

08 ■ Virginia Tech L 0-23 

015 -at Duke L 0-34 

022 St. Johns (Annapolisl W 24-7 

029 at Virginia Military W 12-7 

N5 Vanderbilt' L 0-13 

N12 Navy' L 7-28 

N19 • at Washington & Lee W 60 

N24 Johns Hopkins '• W 230 

D3 Western Maryland' L 7-39 

' at Washington. D C (Griffith Stadium) 
' at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Stadium) 

1933^ 

3-7-0 (2-1, 1-3, 0-3] 

SC: 14-0, 9th 

Head Coach: H C 'Curley' Byrd 

S30 St Johns |Annapolis| W 20O 

07 • Virginia Tech L 014 

014 atTulane L 0-20 

021 ■ at Virginia Military L 13-19 

028 Western Maryland I 713 

N4 -at Virginia L 0-6 

Nil -Duke L 7-38 

NI8 at Johns Hopkins W 27-7 

N25 -Washington 6, Lee* W 33-13 

D2 Florida L 0-19 

at Norfolk. Va 
' al Baltimore Md (Memonal Stadium) 

at Tampa. Fla. 



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1934 

-3-0 |3-0, 0-3, 4-0| 

C: 3- 1 -0 T3fd 

lead Coach: H C 'Curley" Byrd 

n St. Johns |Annapolis| W 13-0 4.500 

16 -at Washington i, Lee L 0-7 

H3 at Navy L 13-16 

■ Virginia Tech w 14-9 

« Florida' w 21-0 

• Virginia W 20-0 7,000 

• Virginia Military ; ... W 23-0 

17 atlndiana L 14-17 

24 Georgetown W 6-0 

29 Johns Hopkins '' W 19-0 

UNorfoft, Va. 

it Baltimore. Md /Memorial Stadium/ 

1935 

2-2 1 1 -0-1. 3-0, 3-2-1) 

C: 3-1 I 3rd 

ead Coach: Jack Faber 

!8 St Johns (AnnapolisJ W 39-6 

■ Virginia Tech W 7-0 

12 • Nonh Carolina ' L 0-33 

■ at Virginia Military W M 

26 at Honda W 2M 14,000 

•at Virginia W 14-7 

9 Indiana L 7-13 

16 ■ Washington & Lee" T 0-0 8,000 

23 Georgetown' W 12-6 

28 Syracuse" T 0-0 5,000 

Western Maryland W 22-7 

H Baltimore. Md /Memorial Stadium/ 
1tWashmgton.DC /Griffith Stadium/ 

1336 

S-0|l-2, 2-2, 3-l| 

1 3-2-0. T-5th 

ead Coach: Frank Dobson 

'6 St. JohnS |Annapohs| W 20-0 4,000 

• Virginia Tech ... W 60 

■ at North Carolina L 0-14 

■at Virginia W 21-0 

24 Syracuse' W 200 15,000 

31 at Florida L 6-7 

atRichmond W 12-0 

14 ■ Virginia Military " L 7-13 12,000 

21 Georgetown L 6-7 13,000 

■ Washington 6, Lee" . W 19-6 7,000 
Western Maryland ' L 0-12 

it Roanoke. Va 

K New York N Y /Polo Grounds/ 

!t Baltimore. Md /Memonal Stadium/ 

193 7 ^rA/'/ievT? c&n^- chswj>iffns> 

2-0 |3-0, 2-2, 3-0| 
'.: 2-0O, Champions 
ead Coach: Frank Dobson 

St Johns [Annapolis| W 28-0 

2 at Pennsylvania L 21-28 

Western Maryland W 60 7,000 

at Virginia W 3-0 

23 |-| |I7| Syracuse 1 W 13-0 8,000 

Flonda ' W 1 3-7 

■ at Virginia Military W 9-7 

13 at Penn State L 14-21 

20 Georgetown W 12-2 22,000 

■ Washington & Lee W 8-0 9.600 

it Baltimore. Md /Memonal Stadium/ 

Washington D C {Gnffith Stadium/ 

L938_ 

7-0 |0-4. 0-3, 2-0| 

B 1-2-0. 12th 

ead Coach: Frank Dobson 

• Richmond L 6-19 

I at Penn State L 0-33 

8 at Syracuse L 0-53 

Western Maryland W 143 

22 Virginia L 19-27 6,000 

■ Virginia Military L 1447 4,000 

12 at Florida L 7-21 10.000 

Georgetown L 7-14 

■ Washington f. Lee W 19-13 1.000 

X Baltimore. Md /Memonal Stadium/ 



1939 



2-7-0 (1-2. 0-3, 1-2) 

SC: 0-1-0, 14th 

Head Coach: Frank Dobson 



S30 
07 
014 
021 

028 

N4 
Nil 
N18 
N30 

af Baltimore. Md /Memorial Stadium/ 
' at Washington, DC /Griffith Stadium) 
'at Norfolk, Va, 



Hampden-Sydney 
Western Maryland 

at Virginia 

at Rutgers 
Florida " 

at Penn State 

Georgetown 

■ Virginia Military '.. 

Syracuse 



W 


26-0 




w 

L 


12-0 
7-12 




L 


12-25 




L 


014 


7,000 


1 


012 




1 


0-20 


15,000 


1 


0-13 




1 


7-10 


5,000 



1940 



2-6 1 10-3-1. 0-3, 20| 

SC: 0-1-1. 12th 

Head Coach: Jack Faber 



S28 

05 
012 
019 
025 

N9 
NI6 
N21 
N30 



H I'] 



Hampden-Sydney 

at Pennsylvania 

Virginia ' 

at Flonda 

Western Maryland 

Georgetown 

• at Virginia Military 

Rutgers' 

■ Washington 6. Lee . 



L 6-7 

L 0-51 

L 6-19 

L 0-19 

W 6-0 

L 0-41 

. L 0-20 

W 147 

T 7-7 



at Baltimore. Md /Memonal Stadium/ 



1941 



3-5-1 12-1,0-2, 1-2-l| 

SC: 1-20, 12th 

Head Coach: Jack Faber 



S27 
04 

OH H 141 

018 

025 

Nl 

N8 

NI5 

N20 



M2| 



Hampden Sydney 

Western Maryland 

■ Duke 
Florida 

at Pennsylvania 

at Rutgers 

Georgetown 

■ Virginia Military 

■ Washington &Lee' 



W 180 

T 6-6 

..L 0-50 

W 13-12 

L 6-55 

L 0-20 

L 0-26 

L 0-27 

. W 60 



af Baltimore. Md /Memonal Stadium/ 
' atWashmgton. DC /Griffith Stadium/ 



1942 



7-2-0 (3-0, 1-2, 3-0| 

SC: 1-2-0, 13th 

Head Coach: Clark Shaughnessy 



S27 

03 

OlO 

017 

024 

031 

N7 

N14 

N2I 



Connecticut 

Lakehurst Naval Air Station 
Rutgers 

■ at Virginia Military 

Western Maryland 

Florida 

■ at Duke . 

at Virginia 

■ Washington & Lee " 



W 340 

W 140 

W 27-13 

.. L 0-29 

W 51-0 

W 13-0 

L 042 

. W 27-12 

W 32-28 



' at Baltimore. Md /Memonal Stadium/ 
' atK/asnrngron, D C /Griffith Stadium/ 



5,000 
52.000 
9.000 



10.000 



7.500 
40,000 



6,000 
4,000 



10,000 



7,500 




1943 

4-S-O |2-2, 1-3. 1-0| 

SC: 2O-0. 2nd 

Head Coach: Clarence Spears 

S25 Curtis Bay Coast Guard L 7-13 

02 -Wake Forest .... W 13-7 

09 Richmond Army Air Base W 19-6 

016 at West Virginia L 2-6 

023 Penn State ' L 045 

O30 at Greenville Air Base W 4318 

N6 at Virginia . L 0-39 

N13 at Bambndge Naval L 046 

N25 ■ Virginia Military " ... W 21-14 
' at Roanoke. Va. 

1944 

1-7-1 (0-3-1, 0-3, M| 

SC: 1-1.601 

Head Coach: Clarence Spears 

S29 Hampden-Sydney L 0-12 

07 ■atWakeForest . .. L 0-39 

014 West Virginia . T 6-4 

02 1 Michigan State L W 

N4 Virginia' L 7-18 

Nil at Michigan State L 0-33 

N18 Penn State L 19-34 

N25 at Florida ... L 6-14 

N30 ■ Virginia Military " . W 84 
'atWashmgton DC /Griffith Stadium/ 
' at Roanoke. Va. 

1545 

6-2-1 (3-1, 2-1-1, l-0| 

SC: 3-2-0, T-5th 

Head Coach: Paul 'Bear" Bryant 

S28 Guilford W 6(M 

06 •atRichmond W 21-0 

012 U S Merchant Marine W 22-6 

O20 ■ at Virginia Tech L 13-21 

027 at West Virginia T 13-13 

N3 ■ William i Mary L 14-33 

N10 ■ Virginia Military " W 384 

N24 |-| (13) Virginia W 19-13 

Dl ■ at South Carolina W 19-13 

' at Washington, D C. /Griffith Stadium/ 

1946 

3-6-0 (2-2, 0-4, 1-0| 

SC: 2-5-0, 12th 

Head Coach: Clark Shaughnessy 

S28 Bainbndge Naval W 540 

04 ■ Richmond .. .. L 7-37 

012 -at North Carolina L 0-33 

018 ■ Virginia Tech W frO 

N2 ■ at William i Mary L 741 

N9 ■ South Carolina . ... L 17-21 

NI6 ■ Washington & Lee . W 24-7 

N23 at Michigan State L 14-26 

N30 > at NC State L 7-28 
' at Baltimore, Md /Memorial Stadium) 



2.000 



5.000 



7.000 



7,000 



7.000 



12.500 




Charlie Weidinger completed this TD pass to William Bryant to lift the Terps to a 1937 homecoming win over 
Florida. 



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1947 



7-2-2 (3-0-1, 4-1. 0-1-1) 

SC: 3-2-1, T-6th 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 



■ at South Carolina 

Delaware 

• Richmond 

■at Duke 

■ at Virginia Tech.... 

West Virginia * 

atDuguesne 

■ North Carolina ' ... 

atVanderbilt 

■NC State 

Georgia ' 



S27 
03 
OIO 

018 H [l?l 
025 
Nl 
N8 

NI5 H |19| 
N22 
N29 

Gator Bowl 
Jl 

at Washington, DC [Griffith Stadium j 
' at Jacksonville. Fla [Gator Bowl} 



. W 19-13 

. W 43-19 

W 18-6 

..L 7-19 

W 21-19 

. W 27-0 

. W 32-0 

L 0-19 

.W 20-6 

T 00 

T 20-20 



1948 



■ at Virginia Tech 

Georgetown 

H |13| at Michigan State 
• at NC State 




H [151 

151 H 

lt| H 
Gator Bowl 

J2 |I4| (20) Missouri' .... 
Final AP Poll HI 4 
at Jacksonville. Fla. [Gator Bowl) 



■ South Carolina 

■ George Washington 

at Boston University 

West Virginia ' 

at Miami 



1950 



7-2-1 (3-1, 3-1-1, 1-0| 
SC: 4-1-1, 5th 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll III 5 



S23 

S30 

07 

014 

021 

028 

N4 

Nil 

NI8 

D2 



l'51 
H51 

H 

18) 
l«l 

|I6| 
[18] 



at Georgia 

Navy 

at Michigan State 

Georgetown 1 

■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 

T 7-7 

W 41-0 

W 63-7 



at Washington, DC [Gnfftth Stadium) 



16,460 



12,500 
16,500 



22,000 



16,666 



12,000 
12.000 

22,000 

35,000 

34.588 

18.000 



6-4-0 (2-2, 4-2) 

SC: 4-2-0, 6th 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S25 -atRichmond W 19-0 

02 at Delaware W 21-0 

09 -Virginia Tech W 28-0 

016 |-| |I8| ■Duke'* L 12-13 

023 ■ George Washington W 47-0 

029 at Miami W 27-13 

N6 ■ at South Carolina W 19-7 

N13 [-] |6j ■ North Carolina L 2049 

N20 atVanderbilt L 0-34 

N27 at West Virginia L 14-16 

home games at Griffith Stadium in Washington, D.C. 

1949 

9-1-0 |M, 4-1, 1-0| 

SC: 4-00, 2nd 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S24 

S30 

08 

022 

029 

N5 

MI2 

N24 

D2 



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 


w 


40-14 




w 


14-13 




w 


47-7 


16.117 


w 


13-0 


35.000 



35,000 
43,836 
39.376 
8.869 
24,502 
22,577 
18,272 
32,000 
16,000 
11,773 



1951 ^mffr&m Cern-^-. CMw^'^; 



10-0-0 |5-0, 3-0,2-0] 

SC: 5-0-0, Co-Champions 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

Preseason AP Poll HI 6 

S29 |I6| |-J "at Washington & Lee W 54-14 9.000 

■| -George Washington W 33-6 25,732 

013 |I0| |-j at Georgia w 43-7 32,000 

•I ■ North Carolina W 147 31.237 

027 |5| |-| at Louisiana State w 27-0 35,000 

N3 |4| [-1 Missouri" w 35-0 23.612 

NIO |3| H Navy w 40-21 38,000 

NI7 |5] | ■ NC State W 53-0 17,140 

N24 |4| H ■ West Virginia W 54-7 14,385 

Sugar Bowl 

J2 |3| [l| Tennessee w 28-13 82,271 

Final AP Poll 113 

at Baltimore. Md [Memonal Stadium} 
' ar Mew Orleans. La (Tulane-Sugar Bowl Stan 



1952 



7-2-0 (3-0, 4-2| 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll 1)2 



S20 
S27 

04 

Oil 

018 

025 

Nl 

NI5 

N22 



PI H 

PI H 

PI H 

1*1 l"l 

PI P0| 

PI H 

PI [-1 

PI [HI 

[8| 1 14] 



atMissoun 

at Auburn 

Clemson 

at Georgia ... 

Navy 

Louisiana State " 

at Boston U 

at Mississippi 

at Alabama 



w 


13-10 


18,000 


w 


13-7 


27.000 


w 


28-0 


32.000 


w 


37-0 


34,000 


w 


38-7 


44,746 


w 


344 


30.000 


w 


34-7 


32.568 


L 


14-21 


32,500 


1 


7-27 


33,178 



final AP Poll an 



1953 *i&bn»t 


C/iam^ 


uer*vs* 


10-1-0 (5-0, 4-0, 1-1 1 






ACC: 3-0-0, Co-Champions 






Head Coach: Jim Tatum 






Preseason AP Poll #9 






SI9 [91 (-1 atMissoun 


.. W 206 


21,000 


S26 (9[ [-] Washington & Lee .... 


... W 52-0 


35,000 


03 |3) |-| -at Clemson 


W 200 


25,000 


OIO |4| |-| Georgia 


... W 40-13 


27,000 


017 |3] [-] ■ at North Carolina 


W 26-0 


35,000 


023 |3] [-] at Miami 


... W 300 


42.157 


O30 |2| (-] -South Carolina" 


... W 24* 


22,000 


N7 |2] [-] George Washington ' 


... W 27-6 


8,000 


NI4 [2| |ll| Mississippi 


... W 380 


35,000 


N2I [2] |11] Alabama 


.. W 21-0 


36,000 


Orange Bowl 






Jl |l] |4| Oklahoma'' 


L 0-7 


68,640 


Final AP Poll HI 






at Washington, D C [Griffith Stadiuml 






' at Miami, Fla [Orange Bowl} 







1954 



7-2-1 (5-0, 2-2-1 1 

ACC: 40-1, 2nd 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll #3 

SI8 [3] [-J at Kentucky 
[6] |4J 
13] H 



01 

09 

016 

022 

O30 

N6 

N13 

N20 

N25 



H l'61 



[171 

1131 
|I0| 



. W 200 

.... L 7-12 

T 13-13 

W 330 

.... L 7-9 

W 20O 

W 42-14 

■Clemson .... W 160 

George Washington W 484 

Missoun' W 74-13 



at UCLA 

■ at Wake Forest . 

■ North Carolina 

at Miami 

■ at South Carolina 
■NC State* 



36,000 
73.376 
12.000 
26.000 
52,506 
24,000 

21,000 

20.000 



1956 



2-7-1 (0-3-1, 2-4| 

ACC: 2-2-1, 4th 

Head Coach: Tommy Mont 

Preseason AP Poll Mr 



S22 

S29 

06 

012 

O20 

027 

N3 

NIO 

NI7 

N22 



|6| H 

H M*l 

1-1 mi 

l-l [«l 

l-l [III 



Syracuse 

•at Wake Forest 

Baylor 

at Miami 

■ at North Carolina . 
at Tennessee 
Kentucky " 

■ Clemson 

■ at South Carolina 

■ at NC State 



.. L 12-26 
W 6-0 



0-14 

6-13 

6-34 

7-34 

0-14 

64 

0-13 



W 25-14 



13.000 
25.000 
44.304 
21.000 
33.500 
20.000 
18.000 

4,500 




Final AP Poll D8 










1955 




ACC C/iam^ 


uerryss 


10-1-0(5-0, 


5-0, 


0-1) 








ACC: 4-0-0, 


Co-Champions 








Head Coach: Jim Tatum 








Preseason AP Poll ItB 








SI7 |8| 


H 




W 


13-12 


18,000 


S24 |5| 


[11 


UCLA 


W 


7-0 


46,000 


01 |1| 


20] 


at Baylor 


W 


204 


39,000 


08 |l| 


l-l 


■ Wake Forest 


W 


28-7 


16.000 


015 |2| 


H 


■ at North Carolina 


W 


25-7 


30,000 


022 |2| 


H 


atSyracuse 


....... W 


34-13 


32,500 


029 p] 


H 


■ South Carolina * 


w 


270 


25,000 


N5 |l| 


H 


Louisiana State 


w 


13-0 


28,000 


N12 |2J 


l-l 


■ at Clemson 


w 


25-12 


30,000 


N19 |2] 


l-l 


George Washington 


w 


19-0 


20,000 


Orange Bowl 










J2 [3] 


HI 


Oklahoma 


L 


6-20 


76,561 


Final AP Poll tti 










at Miami, FU 


[Orange Bowl} 









77ie game program from Oct. 19, J 957, when 
Queen Elizabeth came to Byrd Stadium. 

1957 

5-5-0 (3-2, 2-3] 

ACC: 4-3-0, T-3rd 

Head Coach: Tommy Mont 

S2I |-| |2| atTexasA&M L 13-21 

S28 -NCState L 1348 

05 |-| |4] -at Duke L 0-14 

012 ■WakeForest W 27-0 

019 [-1 |I4| • North Carolina W 21-7 

026 Tennessee L 0-16 

N2 -at South Carolina W 104 

N9 -at Clemson L 7-26 

N15 atMiami W 164 

N23 -Virginia W 12-0 

195B 

4-6-O|1-2,3-3,0-1| 

ACC: 3-30, 5th 

Head Coach: Tommy Mont 

S20 -at Wake Forest L 0-34 

S27 « at NC State W 21-6 

04 [-] l'0| "Clemson L 0-8 

Oil TexasA&M L 10-14 

018 -at North Carolina L 0-27 

025 H |5] atAuburn L 7-20 

Nl ■ South Carolina W 104 

N8 Navy L 1440 

NI4 at Miami W 26-14 

N22 -at Virginia.... W 44-6 

at Baltimore. Md [Memonal Stadium} 

1955 

S-S-0 (4-1. 1-3,0-1| 

ACC: 4-2-0. 3rd 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

SI9 West Virginia W 27-7 

526 H l'5| atTetas L 0-26 

03 |-| |20| atSyracuse L 0-29 

OIO -WakeForest . ... ....I 7-10 

017 ■ North Carolina W 14-7 

031 ■ at South Carolina L 6-22 

N7 Navy 1 L 14-22 

NI4 |-| |ll| -at Clemson W 28-25 

N21 -Virginia" W 55-12 

D5 -NCState .... W 33-28 

at Baltimore. Md [Memonal Stadium} 

196CL 

6-4-0 (2-2, 4-2| 
ACC: 5-2-0, 3rd 
Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

SI7 at West Virginia W 31-8 

S24 |-| |I5| Texas L 0-34 

01 -Duke L 7-20 

08 -at NCState L 10-13 

015 |-| |8] "Clemson W 1917 

022 • at Wake Forest W 14-13 

029 "South Carolina" W 15-0 

N5 at Penn State L 9-28 

NI2 "at North Carolina ... W 22-19 

NI9 • at Virginia W 44-12 



25.C 

24.01 
25.01 
16.01 
43.01 
26,01 
18.01 
28,01 
42,71 
10,5( 



18,0 X 
31.0 K 

25.0 

18.1 

. I 
30.1 

26,0 

140 



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1961 

1-3-0 |4-1. 3-2| 

VCC: 3rd 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

'nsenson AP Poll received voles 

,23 at Southern Methodist W 14-6 

•atClemson W 24-21 

)7 |-| |7J Syracuse W 22-21 

)I4 1 1 Of |-| ■ North Carolina L 8-14 

)2I Air Force W 21-0 

)28 ■ at South Caroliai . L 10-20 

14 PennState" W 21-17 

■ NC State W 10-7 

• WakeForest W 10-7 

125 ■. St Virginia L 16-28 

at Denver. Colo (Hill Top Stadium) 

1962 

r*4> |4-l, 2-3) 
ICC: 2 3rd 
lead Coach: Tom Nugent 

22 Southern Methodist W 7-0 

■ at Wake Forest W 13-2 

• at NC State .... VI 14-6 

• North Carolina W 31-13 

119 at Miami L 24-28 

• Southi Carolina ™ ..... W 13-11 
13 at Penn State . L 7-23 

■at Duke L 7-10 

■ Clemson L 14-17 

■ Virginia W 40-18 

1963 

-7-012-3, 1-3,0-1| 

£0 2-5-0, 5th 

lead Coach: Tom Nugent 

■NC State L 14-36 

■ at South Carolina L 13-21 

■Duke' L 12-30 

H2 ■ North Carolina I 7-14 

119 AirForce W 21-14 

■atWakeForest W 32-0 

2 PennState' L 15-17 

H |-| 1*1 at Navy L 742 

•atClemson L 6-21 

•Virginia W 21-6 

at Richmond. Va. 

I960 

■5-0 |3-2, 1-3, 1-0| 

£C: 4-30, T-3rd 

ead Coach: Tom Nugent 

19 f-l |2] Oklahoma L 3-13 

■ South Carolina W 24-6 

■ at NC State L 13-14 

•atOuke L 17-24 

• North Carolina . W 10-9 
■WakeForest L 17-21 

31 atPennState I 9-17 

Navy W 27-22 

■Clemson W 34-0 

21 ■ at Virginia W 10-0 

» Norfolk. Va. 

1961 

4-0 |1-4, 3-2| 
CC: 3-3-0, T-5th 
ead Coach: Tom Nugent 

B OhioU W 24-7 

2 Syracuse L 7-24 

■atWakeForest W 10-7 

16 ■ at North Carolina L 10-12 

■NC State .... L 7-29 

■at South Carolina W 27-14 

6 atNavy L 7-19 

■atClemson W 60 

20 .Virginia L 27-33 

4 PennState L 7-19 



17.000 
28.000 
35.000 
23,000 
21.500 
18,000 
39.000 
25.000 
24.000 
20.000 



33.000 
12.000 
13.000 
26.000 
50.000 
32.000 
41,834 
26,000 
23,000 
18,000 



28,550 
13,550 
20.000 
21.000 
32.000 
5.000 
35,550 
30,000 
30.000 
15,000 



36.500 
23.500 
14.800 
27.000 
28.000 
22,000 
33,500 
40.000 
26.500 
17.500 



28,000 
35,000 
18,000 
30.000 
30.000 
30.000 
28.000 
26.000 
21.000 
24,000 



JB/SflSfc 



1966 



4-6-0 |4-l, 0-5| 
ACC: 3 3-0. T-3rd 
Head Coach: Lou Saban 



SI7 

S24 

01 

08 

015 

029 

N5 

NI2 

NI9 

N26 



at Penn State ,..., 

• Wake Forest .. 
at Syracuse „ 

• Duke 

West Virginia ... 

■ South Carolina " 

■ at NC State 

■ Clemson 

■ at Virginia 

at Florida State.... 



.. L 7-15 

. W 34-7 

..I 7-28 

W 21-19 

W 28-9 

. W 14-2 

.. L 21-24 

,.L 10-14 

,.L 1741 

,.L 2145 



1967 



O-9-0 |04, 0-5 1 
ACC: 0-6-0, 8th 
Head Coach: Bob Ward 



S30 

07 

014 

021 

028 

N4 

Nil 

NI7 

N25 



H I'l 



at Oklahoma 

Syracuse 

•NC State 

■ at North Carolina 

• at South Carolina . 

Penn State 

■atClemson 

•atWakeForest 

• Virginia 



L 0-35 

L 3-7 

L 9-31 

L 0-14 

L 0-31 

L 3-38 

L 7-28 

L 17-35 



,L 7-12 



1968 



2-8-0|2-3, 0-4,0-1| 

ACC: 2-5-0, 7th 

Head Coach: Bob Ward 



S2I 
S28 
05 
012 
019 
026 
N2 
N9 

N16 [-J |3J 
N23 
at Norfolk. Va. 

1969__ 



Florida State 

at Syracuse 

■ Duke ' 

■ North Carolina 

■ South Carolina . 

■ at NC State 

■ atWakeForest . 

■ Clemson 

PennState 

■ at Virginia 



..L 14-24 

.. L 14-32 

„L 28-30 

. W 33-24 

. W 21-19 

..L 11-31 

,.L 14-38 

L 0-16 

L 13-57 

. L 23-28 



3-7-0 (2-3, 1-4| 
ACC: 3-3-0, T-3rd 
Head Coach: Roy Lester 

S20 at West Virginia 

S27 -NC State 

04 -atWakeForest.. 

Oil Syracuse 

018 • Duke 

025 ■ at South Carolina . 

Nl ■atClemson 

N8 Miami-Ohio* 

NI5 H |5] at Penn State 

N22 ■ Virginia 



,.L 7-31 

. L 7-24 

. W 19-14 

.. L 9-20 

. W 20-7 

,.L 0-17 

.. L 040 

L 21-34 

„ L 048 

W 17-14 



1970 



2-9-0 [1-5, 1-3,0-1) 

ACC: 240, T-6th 
Head Coach: Roy Lester 



SI2 
SI9 
S26 
02 

OIO 
017 
024 
031 
N7 
N21 
N28 
at Norfolk. Va 

1971 



Villanova 

•at Duke 

• North Carolina 

at Miami 

at Syracuse 

■ South Carolina ~ 
■NC State 

■ Clemson 

PennState 

■at Virginia 

West Virginia 



,.L 3-21 

,.L 12-13 

..L 20-53 

L 11-18 

L 7-23 

. W 21-15 

L 06 

,.L 11-24 

..I 0-34 

W 17-14 

.. L 10-20 



2-9-0 (2-4, 0-S| 

ACC: 140. 7th 

Head Coach: Roy Lester 

SI 1 Villanova 

S18 •NCState 

S25 • at North Carolina 

02 ■WakeForest 

09 Syracuse 

016 at South Carolina .... 

023 at Honda 

O30 Virginia Military * 

N6 H |6| at Penn State 

N13 ■atClemson 

N20 ■ Virginia 



.. L 13-28 

. W 35-7 

..L 14-35 

L 14-18 

L 13-21 

L 6-35 

.. L 23-27 

. W 380 

.. L 27-63 

..I 14-20 

„L 27-29 



40,911 
26,500 
25.000 
28.400 
28.800 
35.400 
23,500 
24,500 
16,000 
20,252 



50.000 
27,500 
27,100 
32,000 
33,427 
34.700 
28,000 
14.500 
24,200 



33,600 
26,591 
21,000 
27,480 
28,200 
29,700 
15,500 
27,300 
30,000 
16.000 



31.000 
28.400 
16.000 
23.400 
26.700 
42.756 
20.000 
20.000 
42.000 
22.000 



24,500 
12,877 
20.806 
30.190 
19.872 
15.400 
18.200 
12.500 
23.400 
14.000 
12.821 



22.600 
16.500 
43.000 
16,200 
20,100 
45,653 
53.012 
22.300 
50.144 
25.000 
12,600 




19751 

5-5-1 |4-l, 1-4-1) 

ACC: 3-2-1, 3rd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

S9 -at NCState.. T 24 24 

SI6 ■ North Carolina L 26-31 

S23 Virginia Military . W 28-16 

S30 at Syracuse L 12-16 

07 -WakeForesI W 23-0 

014 Villanova W 37-7 

021 -atDuke .... L 14-20 

028 ■ at Virginia , W 24-23 

N4 I-] |I0| at Penn State L 1646 

Nil 'Clemson ... W 31-6 

NI8 at Miami L 8-28 

1973 

8-4-0 (4-2, 3-1, 1-1) 

ACC: 5-1-0. 2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

SI5 WestVirginia L 13-20 

S22 ■ at North Carolina W 23-3 

S29 Villanova W 31-3 

06 Syracuse W 38-0 

013 -at NCState... L 22-24 

O20 -atWakeForest W 37-0 

027 -Duke' W 30-10 

N3 |-| |6| PennState L 2242 

N10 -Virginia" W 33-0 

NI7 -atClemson .. W 28-13 

N24 (18) |17) Tulane W 42-9 

Peach Bowl 

D28 |I8| [-1 Georgia' L 16-17 

Final AP Poll a 20 
at Norfolk. Va /Oyster Bowl) 
' at Atlanta. Ca /Fulton County Stadium) 

1974 &cc cmm£ 

84-0 (5-1, 2-1, 1-2) 
ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll III 4 

S14 [14) PI Alabama L 16-21 

S21 |14J |-| Flonda ,., L 10-17 

S28 ■ North Carolina W 24-12 

05 atSyracuse W 310 

012 -Clemson W 410 

019 |I8| [-) -WakeForest* W 470 

026 |I5) |I7) -NCState W 20-10 

N2 |I5| |I0| atPennState L 17-24 

N9 |I4| |-| Villanova W 410 

NI6 |13) H 'Duke ! ... W 56-13 

N23 |lli H • at Virginia W I0O 

Liberty Bowl 

DI6 (10) (20) Tennessee' L 3-7 

Final AP Poll HI 3 
at Tampa, Fla /Tampa Stadium/ 
1 at Norfolk. Va /Foreman Field) 
1 at Memphis. Tenn /Liberty Bowl Memonal Stadium) 



31.000 
28.000 
22,000 
15,681 
15,000 
26,842 
21.300 
21.500 
58,171 
29,326 
17,342 



35,112 
37,500 
31,260 
32.800 
39.200 
19.500 
20,500 
44,135 
22,300 
31,500 
19.416 

38.107 



c&n& 



54,412 
41,140 
17,800 
19,130 
32,644 
31.136 
49,647 
60,125 
42,331 
24,000 
22,100 

51,284 




In i 974, Randy White won the Outland Trophy and 
Jerry Claiborne was named Sporting News Coach of 
the Year. 



2001 ACC CHAMPIONS • 2002 CHICK-FIL-A PEACH BOWL CHAMPIONS • 2004 TOYOTA GATOR BOWL CHAMPIONS 



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MARYIANP^^a(T J 



^y 







1975 




ACC 


C/lSM^ 


l&n$> 


9-2-1 |4-1, 4-1-1 


1-0| 








ACC: 5-0-0, Champions 








Head Coart 


: Jerry Claiborne 








Preseason AP Poll B1 7 








S6 |17) 


l-l 


Villanova 


w 


41-0 


41,362 


SI3 [14| 
S20 


20] 




l 


8-26 


74 161 


• at North Carolina 


w 


34-7 


43,000 


S27 |20| 


H 


at Kentucky 


T 


10-10 


55,000 


04 




Syracuse H 


W 


24-7 


43,863 


Oil 




■NC State 


W 


37-22 


39,221 


018 |19| 


H 


« at Wake Forest 


W 


27-0 


19,300 


Nl |I4J 


|9| 


Penn State 


1 


13-15 


58,973 


N8 [I6| 


H 


at Cincinnati 


w 


21-19 


16,478 


NI5 

N22 |20| 

Gator Bowl 


H 




w 
w 


22-20 
62-24 


35.400 
44,867 






D29 [17] 


13] 


Flonda 


w 


13-0 


64,012 


Final AP Poll III 3 








' at Jacksonville, Fla (Gator Bowlj 









1979 



1976 



acc chzwjii&nz' 



11-10 |6-0, 5-0,0-1) 
ACC: 5-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll HI 2 




i: 
"". 

[8] 

[7] 

[7] 

[5] 

161 

[5] 

I°] 

[6] 

[6] 

Cotton Bowl 

J I |4| |6| Houston 

Final AP Poll US 
at Dallas. Texas jCotton Bowlj 



Sll 

SI8 

S25 

02 

09 

016 

023 

O30 

N6 

NI3 

N20 



Richmond W 

at West Virginia W 

at Syracuse W 

Villanova W 

■ at NC State W 

■ Wake Forest W 

■ at Duke ... W 

Kentucky W 

Cincinnati W 

• Clemson rt W 

■ at Virginia W 



31-7 

24-3 

42-28 

20-9 

16-6 

17-15 

30-3 

24-14 

21-0 

20-0 

28-0 



1977 



8-4-0 |4-2, 3-2, I -0| 
ACC: 4-2-0. T-3rd 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll ttl 

JIOJ [-] "atClemson 

|ll) [-] WestMrginia 

|-J [5| at Penn State 

■ at NC State 

Syracuse 

■ at Wake Forest 
■Duke*.. 

■ North Carolina 

Villanova 

at Richmond 

■ Virginia 

Hall of Fame Bowl 

D22 Minnesota ' 

at Birmingham, Ala. (Legion Fieldj 



W 21-14 

L 16-24 

L 9-27 

L 20-24 

. W 24-10 

W 35-7 

W 31-13 

.. L 7-16 

. W 19-13 

W 27-24 

. W 28-0 



W 17-7 



1978 



9-3-0|4-l, 5-1,0-1| 

ACC: 5 1-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

S9 Tulane 

SI 6 [20| [-] at Louisville 
S23 |18] J-] ■ at North Carolina . 
S30 [I5| |-i Kentucky 
07 |I2| |20] -NC State" 

014 |10| |-| atSyracuse 

021 |6| |-| -Wake Forest 

028 |5| |-| -at Duke . 
N4 |5| |2| at Penn State 

Nil |I3| H • at Virginia 

N18 [II] |I2| • Clemson. 
Sun Bowl 

D23 |13| |I4| Texas 
Final AP Poll «20 
at CI Paso. Texas /Sun Bowl) 



W 31-7 

Ml 24-17 

. W 21-20 

W 20-3 

. W 31-7 

W 24-9 

. W 39-0 

. W 27-0 

. L 3-27 

W 17-7 

. L 24-28 

..L 0-42 



41,088 
35.107 
21,109 
38,131 
38.500 
46,321 
20,200 
43,013 
45,315 
40.288 
23.100 

58.500 



44,650 
45.123 
62,079 
42,800 
39,100 
24,900 
44,867 
42,683 
30,186 
17,000 
33.787 

47.000 



31,458 
36,142 
48,000 
42,873 
45,319 
15,709 
43,119 
23,600 
78,019 
19,874 
51,376 

33,122 



7-4-0 |5-1, 2-3) 

ACC: 4-2-0. T-2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry 

S8 

S15 

S22 

S29 

06 

013 

O20 

027 

N3 

N17 

N24 



H [I?! 



H 1 1 81 



Claiborne 
Villanova 

■ atClemson ..... 
Mississippi State .. 
at Kentucky 
Penn State 

■ at NC State.. 

■ at Wake Forest 
•at Duke 

■ North Carolina " 

Louisville 

• Virginia 



W 24-20 

W 19-0 

,W 35-14 

L 7-14 

.. L 7-27 

..I 0-7 

L 17-25 

W 27-0 

W 17-14 

. W 28-7 

. W 17-7 



1980 



8-4-0 [5-1, 3-2, 0-1] 

ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



S6 

SI3 

S20 

S27 |I9] |I4] 

04 |-| |6] 

Oil H |H] 

018 

025 

Nl 

N15 

N22 

Tangerine Bowl 

D20 Florida ' ... 

' at Orlando. Fla [Tangenne Bowlj 



Villanova 
Vanderbilt .. 

at West Virginia 

• at North Carolina 

at Pittsburgh 

Penn State 

« Wake Forest 

■at Duke 

■NC State" 

■ Clemson 

• at Virginia 



W 7-3 

W 31-6 

W 14-11 

L 3-17 

. L 9-38 

L 10-24 

W 11-10 

W 17-14 

W 24-0 

. W 34-7 

W 31-0 

.. L 20-35 



1981 



4-6-1 |2-2,2-4-1| 

ACC: 4-2-0. 3rd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



S12 

SI9 

S26 

02 

OIO 

017 

024 

031 

N7 

NI4 

N2I 



at Vanderbilt 

West Virginia 

■ at NC State 

atSyracuse 

at Florida 

■ at Wake Forest 

■ Duke" 

• North Carolina 
at Tulane 

■ atClemson 

■ Virginia 



17-23 
13-17 



W 34-9 



„T 17-17 

,.L 10-15 

. W 45-33 

. W 24-21 

L 10-17 

.. L 7-14 

L 7-21 

. W 48-7 



1982 



8-4-0|5-1, 3-2,0-1| 

ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross 



Sll H 
S18 H 
S25 
02 
09 
016 
023 

O30 H 
N7 |19| 
N13 (18] | 
N20 J 1 9] 
Aloha Bowl 
D25 |I6] |9] Washington'... 
Final AP Poll S20 
at Honolulu. Hawaii (Aloha Stadium} 



10] 



at Penn State 

at West Virginia 

■NC State 

atSyracuse 

Indiana State 

■ Wake Forest 

■Duke* „ 

■ at North Carolina .. 
Miami 

■ Clemson 

■ at Virginia 



.. L 31-39 

.. L 18-19 

. W 23-6 

W 26-3 

. W 38-0 

. W 52-31 

W 49-22 

W 31-24 

W 18-17 

.. L 22-24 

.W 45-14 

L 20-21 



31,684 
52,274 
37,212 
57,800 
52,348 
39.800 
26,050 
34,200 
35,618 
25,104 
26,071 



32,650 
27,150 
48.038 
51,400 
47,409 
48,123 
36.472 
17,400 
40.016 
32.650 
22,407 

52,541 



38,624 
38,300 
47.500 
32.000 
56.316 
25,500 
31.800 
32,100 
32.474 
64.000 
21,300 



84.597 
56.042 
34.300 
30,214 
31,500 
35.100 
40.100 
51.319 
43.200 
51,750 
20,002 

30,055 



1983 



Ace cfaM^L&m 



8-4-0|5-1,3-2, 0-1| 
ACC: 6*0. Champions 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 
Preseason AP ttl 7 

SI0 |I7] |-| atVanderbilt W 21-14 

SI7 |I7| |20| West Virginia L 21-31 

S24 |-| |I7| Pittsburgh W 13-7 

01 |I9| |-| ■Virginia .., W 23-3 

08 |I6| H Syracuse W 34-13 

015 |I6| | • at Wake Forest W 36-33 

022 |I5| j-j -Duke" ., W 38-3 

029 |I3| |3| • North Carolina W 28-26 

N5 |7| |3| at Auburn L 23-35 

NI2 |ll| |I7| ■atClemson" L 27-52 

N19 |20] |-| • at NC State W 29-6 

Florida Citrus Bowl 

DI7 |I6| H T- ..,■, L 23-30 

at Orlando. Fla (Flonda Citrus Bowlj 

' * Oemson ineligible for ACC title game counts as Maryland win in 



40,856 
54.715 
48.500 
40.200 
43.700 
22.300 
40,100 
51.200 
75.600 
81.000 
32.300 

50,185 

ACC standings 



1984 




acc ctewjjt&nz- 


9-3-0 (2-2. 


5-1, 


Z-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 


|17| 


at West Virginia 


W 20-17 


58,353 


S29 




■ Wake Forest 


W 38-17 


32.70C 


06 [-] 


(ll| 


at Penn State 


L 24-25 


85.456 


013 




■ NC State " 


W 44-21 


43.450 


027 




■at Duke 


W 43-7 


I7.5C0 


N3 




■ at North Carolin, 


W 34-23 


48,000 


NIO [-] 


[6] 


at Miami 


W 42-40 


31,548 


NI7 |-| 


(20J 


■ Clemson 


W 41-23 


60,575 


N24 |I8| 


H 


■ at Virginia 


W 45-34 


43,017 


Sun Bowl 










D22 |I2| 


H 


Tennessee : 


W 28-27 


50.126 


Final AP Poll ttl 2 






at Baltimore. Md 


(Memorial Stadium} 






at El Paso. 


Texas ^Sun Bowlj 








1985 

9-3-0 |4-1, 






Acc CM^ 


usn%^\ 


3-1, 2-1 ) 






ACC: 6-0-0, 


Champions 






Head Coach: Bobby Ross 






Preseason AP Poll tt7 






S7 [7] 


[19| 


Penn State 


L 18-20 


50.750 


SI4 |I7| 


H 


Boston College 


W 31-13 


30,210 


S2I |I7| 


H 


West Virginia 


W 28-0 


51,250 


S28 |I7] 


|I2| 


at Michigan 


.... L 0-20 


105,282 


05 




■ at NC State 


W 31-17 


29.500 


019 




■ at Wake Forest 


W 26-3 


23.700 


026 




•Duke 


W 40-10 


46,175 


N2 




■ North Carolina * 


W 28-10 


49.800 


N9 H 


|8| 




L 22-29 


62.350 


N16 






W 34-31 


78.037 


N29 




■ Virginia 


W 33-21 


48,950 


Cherry Bowl 








D2I 




Syracuse 


W 35-18 


51,858 


Final AP Poll lit 8 






at Foxboro. Mass 


(Sullivan Stadium} 






' at Baltimore. Md 


(Memorial Stadiuml 






at Pontiac. 


.V 


Pontiac Silverdome} 







1986 

5-5-1 (1-3- 4-2, 0-0-11 

ACC: 2-3-1. 5th 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross 

SI at Pittsburgh W 10-7 

SI3 Vanderbilt W 35-21 

S20 at West Virginia W 24-3 

S27 |I31 |-| -NCState L 16-28 

Oil 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| atPennState L 15-17 

NI5 |-| [I5j ■Clemson' ... T 17-17 

N28 -atVirginia .... \» 42-10 

at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Stadiumj 

1987 

4-7-0 (3-1, IS, 0-l| 

ACC: 3-3-0. 5th 

Head Coach: Joe Krivak 

S5 atSyracuse L 11-25 

SI2 -Virginia W 21-19 

SI 9 West Virginia W 25-20 

S26 ■ at NC State L 1442 

OIO |-| |3| at Miami L 16-46 

017 ■ at Wake Forest W 140 

024 -Duke" '.. W 23-22 

031 • North Carolina L 14-27 

N7 H |16| Penn State L 16-21 

NI4 I-] |9| .atClemson L 16-45 

N2I at Vanderbilt L 24-34 

at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Stadiumj 

1988 

5-6-0 (3-2, 2-4| 
ACC: 4-3-0, T-4th 
Head Coach: Joe Knvak 

S3 Louisville W 27-16 

SI7 |-| |I2| at West Virginia L 24-S5 

S24 -NC State W 30-26 

01 atSyracuse L 9-20 

■Georgia Tech .. .... W 13-8 

015 ■ Wake Forest " L 24-27 



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K>{ 



K >r*>*k^» .* 



■ at Duke 

■ al Noon Carolina 
N5 at Perm State 

NI2 [-1 l l6 l 'Clemson 
NI9 <at Virginia 



W 34-24 

W 41-38 

,L 10-17 

L 25-49 

., L 23-24 



1989 



3-7-1 |2-3. 1-4. 0-0-1] 

ACC: 2 5-0. 6th 

Head Coach: Joe Krivak 



S2 

S9 

SI6 

S23 

S30 

07 

014 

021 

028 

Nil 

NIB 



[13] 
[16] 



■ at NC Slate .. 
West Virginia 
Western Michigan 

■ at Clemson .... 
at Michigan 

• at Georgia Tech 

• at Wake Forest 
•Duke' 

• North Carolina . 
Penn State 

■ Virginia. 



,.L 6-10 

. I 10-14 

W 23-0 

L 7-31 

L 21-11 

., L 24-28 

. W 27-7 

,. L 2546 

W 38-0 

T 13-13 

.. L 2148 



X Baltimore. Md (Memorial Stadium) 



1990 



6-5-1 |3-1, 3-3,0-1-11 

ACC: 4-3-0. 4th 

Head Coach: Joe Krivak 



H 



[25| 
|I6| 



Virginia Tech 
at West Virginia 
« Clemson 

■ NC Slate 
at Michigan 

• Georgia Tech 

■ Wake Forest " 

■ at Duke .. 

• at North Carolina 

at Penn State 

■ at Virginia 
Independence Bowl 

DI5 Louisiana Tech 

' at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium} 
at Stirevepon La (Independence Stadium! 



H l°l 
H |M| 



H I*' I 



W 20-13 

. W 14-10 

. L 17-18 

W 13-12 

..L 1745 

.. L 3-31 

W 41-13 

W 23-20 

.. L 10-34 

..L 10-24 

. W 35-30 

,.T 34-34 



1991 



2-94 |I-3, 1-5,0-1| 
ACC: . 5-0. 6th 

Head Coach: Joe Krivak 



S7 

SI4 

S2I 

05 

012 

019 

026 

N2 

N9 

NI6 

N23 



1221 



• Virginia 
Syracuse . 
West Virginia .. 

•| |I7| at Pittsburgh 

■ at Georgia Tech ... 
•at Wake Forest. 

• Duke" 

• at North Carolina 
Penn State 

■ at Clemson 

• at NC State 



Pi 
|I5] 

122] 



W 17-6 

. L 17-31 

L 7-37 

.. L 20-24 

.. L 10-34 

. W 23-22 

L 13-17 

.. L 0-24 

L 747 

.. L 740 

,.L 17-20 



at Baltimore. Md (Memorial Stadium) 



1992 



3*0 |24. 1-4| 
ACC: 2-64, 8th 
Head Coach: Mark 



S5 
SI2 

SI9 

S26 

03 

OIO 

017 

024 

031 

N7 

NI4 



H 



[251 
|I9] 



Duffner 

■ at Virginia ..... 
•NC State 

at West Virginia 
|-| [9| at Penn State 
Pittsburgh 

■ Georgia Tech 

■ Wake Forest * 
■at Duke 

■ North Carolina 

• at Flonda State 

• Clemson 



H |I7| 



|22| 
[61 



L 15-28 

L 10-14 

.. L 33-34 

. L 1349 

W 47-34 

L 26-28 

.. L 23-30 

. W 27-25 

., L 24-31 

L 21-69 

W 53-23 



1993^ 



2-9-0 |1-4, 1-5| 
ACC: 2-64. T-7th 
Head Coach: Mark Duffner 



S4 
Sll 
SI8 
W5 
02 

:09 

016 
030 
N6 
NI3 

\:: 



• Virginia 

H |'4| • at North Carolina 
West Virginia 
at Virginia Tech 

H [8] Penn State 

■ at Georgia Tech ... 
■Duke" 
■atOemson 

H IN ■ Florida State 

■ at NC State 

■at Wake Forest .. 



2943 
42-59 
3742 
28-55 



,.L 7-70 

.. L 0-38 

. W 26-18 

L 0-29 

.. L 2049 

..L 2144 

W 33-32 



23,800 
45,000 
78,000 
45.000 
30.600 



41.780 
45.000 
20.354 
77.000 
104,877 
32,062 
17,500 
38,617 
27,441 
61.215 
38.113 



34.198 
64.950 
39,255 
25,371 
102.894 
31.941 
27.554 
23.200 
46.000 
83.000 
43,500 

48,325 



36,198 
41,310 
40,442 
38,328 
42,011 
17.342 
35.423 
50.000 
57.416 
73.000 
36.491 



44.400 
27.550 
55.727 
95.818 
35.891 
26,250 
31,132 
17.850 
22.099 
64.127 
25.223 



35.015 
50.000 
42.008 
38.829 
42.008 
36.218 
31,487 
62.000 
36.255 
35.120 
12.521 



1994 

4-7-0 |3-2, 1-5| 
ACC: 2 6-0. 7th 
Head Coach: Mark 
S3 



S10 

S17 

S23 

01 

015 

022 

029 

N5 

NI2 

NI9 



[4] 



H l'5| 



H |2I| 



Duffner 

• at Duke 

• Flonda State 

at West Virginia 

• Wake Forest 

■ at Clemson 

• at North Carolina 

• Georgia Tech .... 
Tulane " 

• NC State ... . 

■ at Virginia 
at Syracuse 



L 


1649 


20,831 


1 


20-52 


38,014 


.'. 


24-13 


62,852 


W 


31-7 


24.787 


L 


0-13 


68,000 


L 


1741 


48.500 


W 


42-27 


30.429 


II 


38-10 


24.456 


1 


4547 


27,126 


1 


2146 


40.900 


1 


16-21 


48.309 



1995 



6-5-0 (3-2, 3-3| 
ACC: 444. T-5th 
Head Coach: Mark Duffner 



S2 

S9 

SI6 

S23 

S28 

07 

021 

028 

N4 

Nil 

NI8 



|24| 
|17| 



H [HI 
H |6| 



at Tulane 

■ North Carolina ... 
West Virginia 

■ Duke 

• at Georgia Tech 

■ at Wake Forest .. 

•Clemson" 

at Louisville 

• at NC State 

• Virginia 

• at Flonda State... 



W 


29-10 


18,159 


w 


32-18 


32.215 


w 


31-17 


48,055 


w 


41-28 


41.015 


L 


3-31 


44,137 


W 


9-6 


19,107 


1 


017 


43,603 


L 


031 


36,386 


W 


30-13 


45.652 


1 


18-21 


45,720 


1 


17-59 


68,400 



1996^ 



5-6-0 |4-2. 1-3, 0-1 1 
ACC: 3-5-0. Wth 

Head Coach: Mark Duffner 



A3I 

S7 

SI4 

S28 

05 

012 

019 

026 

N2 

NI4 

N23 



Northern Illinois 

Alabama-Birmingham . 
(-1 [22| -at Virginia... 
H [23] at West Virginia 

■NC State 

|-| |I3] ■ at North Carolina 

■ Wake Forest * 

■atDuke 

■at Clemson 

■Georgia Tech 

|-| |3] ■ Flonda State 



w 


3M 


32,517 


w 


39-15 


30,057 


1 


3-21 


39,200 


1 


0-13 


54,542 


1 


8-34 


32,550 


1 


7-38 


47,000 


w 


52-0 


30,212 


w 


22-19 


18,751 


1 


3-35 


60,000 


w 


13-10 


22,510 


L 


1048 


31.989 



at Miami, Fia jPro Player Stadium} 

1997 



2-9-0 (1-5, 1-4) 
ACC: 1-7-0, 8th 
Head Coach: Ron Vanderlmden 



S6 

SI3 

S20 

S27 

04 

Oil 

018 

025 

Nl 

N8 

N22 



Ohio 

• at Flonda State... 

• North Carolina ... 
at Temple 

■Duke 

West Virginia 

• at Wake Forest... 

•Clemson* 

•Virginia 

■ at NC State 

• at Georgia Tech 



1 


14-21 


30.100 


1 


7-50 


72.237 


1 


1440 


30.084 


w 


24-21 


12.872 


w 


16-10 


23.206 


1 


14-31 


31,210 


1 


17-35 


17,893 


1 


9-20 


27,270 


1 


045 


23.479 


1 


2845 


43.500 


1 


18-37 


35,276 



1998 



3-8-0|2-3, 14,0-1| 

ACC: I -7-0. T-Srh 

Head Coach: Ron Vanderlmden 



S5 
SI2 

SI9 
S26 
03 
OIO 

017 

031 

N7 

N14 

N2I 



James Madison ....... 

• at Virginia 

at West Virginia 

Temple 

[-1 |9| -Flonda State 

•atOemson 

• Wake Forest* 

■Georgia Tech 
1 at North Carolina 
'atDuke 
' NC State 



H 1 1 2] 
H I"! 



H [23] 



W 23-15 

. L 19-31 

.. L 2042 

W 30-20 



10-24 
0-23 
10-20 
14-31 
13-24 
W 42-25 
..L 21-35 



at Baltimore, Md (PSINet Stadium) 



1999 



5-44 (3-3. 2-3| 
ACC: 2-64. Tfflh 
Head Coach: Ron Vanderlmden 



S9 

Sll 

SI8 

S30 

09 

016 



H I'l 



at Temple 

Western Carolina 

West Virginia 

at Georgia Tech ... 
at Wake Forest... 
Clemson 



W 64 

. W 51-10 

. W 334 

..L 3149 

W 17-14 

.L 3042 



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 




«£> 




■ II 



<r 



023 North Carolina W 45-7 27.077 

O30 Duke' ... L 22-25 30,222 

N6 at NC State L 17-30 47,211 

NI3 [-1 |l| at Florida State L 1049 80,340 

N20 Virginia I 30-34 32,334 

2000 

5-6-0 |4-2, 14) 

ACC, 3-5-0, T6th 

Head Coach Ron Vanderlmden 

S9 Temple W 17-10 46.950 

SI6 at West Virginia . I 17-30 53.007 

S23 Middle Tennessee W 45-27 3112'. 

528 |-| |2] Florida State I 7 59 47,044 
07 at Virginia I /3-3I 53.655 
014 |-| |5] atOemson L 14 35 85,000 
021 Wake Forest* W 37-7 26,544 
028 atDuke W 20-9 20,033 
N4 NC State W 35-28 |2ot| 28,410 
Nil at North Carolina L 10-13 40,000 
N18 |-1 |22| Georgia Tech L 22-35 24.701 

2001 -* cc Ctet*jgien&> 

10-2-0 (7-0. 3-1,0-11 

ACC: 7 I -0, Champions 

Head Coach: Ralph Fnedgen 

SI North Carolina W 23-7 44,080 

S8 Eastern Michigan W 50-3 42,105 

S22 at Wake Forest W 27-20 22,372 

529 West Virginia W 32-20 40,166 
06 |25| |-| Virginia W 41-21 44,197 

Oil ]22| |I5| at Georgia Tech W 20-17 |ot| 40,574 

O20 1 1 2] [-1 Duke" W 59-17 43,528 

027 |I0| |I8| at Flonda State L 31-52 82,565 

N3 |15| |-| Troy State W 47-14 38,415 

NI0 [1 31 |-| Clemson W 37-20 52,462 

NI7 |I0| H at NC State W 23-19 51,500 
FedEx Orange Bowl 

J2 |6| |5] Florida L 23-56 73,640 
Final AP Poll Ml 
at Miami Fla (Pro Player Stadium) 

2002 

11-34 16-1.6-1, 1-1 1 

ACC: 6-24, T-2nd 

Head Coach: Ralph Fnedgen 

Preseason AP Poll O20 

A25 |21] H vs Notre Dame L 0-22 72,903 

S7 Akron W 44-14 48.057 

SI4 |-1 |5| Flonda State .. L 10-37 51,758 

S2I E Michigan W 45-3 46,098 

S28 Wofford .... W 37-8 44.098 

05 at West Virginia W 48-17 55.146 

017 GeorgiaTech W 34-10 41.766 

026 atDuke W 45-12 23.451 

N2 at North Carolina W 59-7 44.000 

N9 |25| |I4| NCState" W 24-21 52.915 

NI6 |19| |-| atOemson W 30-12 72.000 

N23 |I8] |-J at Virginia L 1348 58,358 

N30 (25| |-J Wake Forest . W 32-14 39,006 
Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl 

D3I |I8| [-1 vs Tennessee' W 30-3 68,330 
Final AP Poll HI 3 
at East Rutherford. NJ (Giants Stadium). ' at Atlanta. Ga. (Georgia Dome) 



2003 

10-34 |6-0, 3-3. 14| 
ACC: 6-24. 2nd 
Head Coach: Ralph Fnedgen 
Preseason AP Poll MS' 

A28 |I5| |-| at Northern Illinois L l3-20|ot) 

S6 1-1 |ll| ■ at Flonda State L 10-35 

SI3 The Grade! W 614 

S20 West Virginia . W 34-7 

S27 at Eastern Michigan W 37-13 

04 •Oemson W 21-7 

■ Duke W 33-20 

023 • at Georgia Teen L 3-7 

Nl ■ North Carolina * _W 59-21 

NI3 'Virginia ..... \» 27-17 

N22 -at NCState W 26-24 

N29 'atWakeForest W 41-28 
Toyota Gator Bowl 

Jl (23) 120] vs West Virginia W 41-7 
Final AP Poll tin 
at Jacksonville. Fla. (AIJTR Stadium) 



28,018 
82,885 
51.594 
51.973 
19.628 
51.545 
50.084 
51.524 
51.195 
51.027 
53.800 
18.783 

78.892 



2001 ACC CHAMPIONS • 2002 CHICK-FIL-A PEACH BOWL CHAMPIONS • 2004 TOYOTA GATOR BOWL CHAMPIONS 



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. 



ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS 




Series results and records vs. 
opponents since 1892. 
Overall records are listed first 
with home, road and neu- 
tral records in parentheses. 
• indicates home games; 
Neutral site games are indi- 
cated. 

l»irJrOrce 



2-0 |l-0, 1-0) 


1961 W 


21-0 


1963- W 


21-14 


Akron 


1-0 11-0, 0-0| 


2002 ■ W 


44-14 


Alabama 


1-2 |M, 0-11 


1952 L 


7-27 


1953 > W 


21-0 


1974- L 


16-21 


Alabama- 
Birmingham 


1-0 |l-0, 0-0) 


1996- W 


39-15 


Alexandria 

High 


1-0 (1-0, 0-01 


1896 ■ W 


18-0 


American 


0-1 |0-1, 0-01 


1918- L 


6-13 


Aubum 


1-2(0-0, 1-2| 


1952 W 


13-7 


1958 L 


7-20 


1983 L 


23-35 


Bainbridge 
Naval 


1-1 11-1, 0-01 


1943" L 


046 


1946- W 


54-0 


Baltimore City 


3-0 13-0, 0-01 


1893- W 


14-0 


1906 ■ W 


22-0 


1913- W 


27-0 


Baltimore 
Medical Coll. 

0-1 |0-0, 0-11 


1897 ' L 


0-10 


l-Baltimore. Md IBectncPark) 


Baltimore 
Poly Institute 

3-1 (3-1, 0-0| 


1905 ■ W 


20-0 


•V,:, . W 


12-0 


1914- L 


0-6 


1915- W 


31-0 


Baylor 


1-1 (0-1, 1-0) 


1955 * 


20-6 


1956 ■ I 


1)14 



Bethel 
Military 



1-0 (1- 0, 0-01 



1896* W 20-10 



Boston 
College 



1-1 [0-1, 0-0, 1-01 



1985' 



* 31-13 



1986 ' 



25-30 



i-Foxboro. Mass iSullivan 
Stadiuml 

Boston 
University 

2-0 (0-0, 2-01 



1949 



W 



14-13 



1952 



34-7 



Business High 

1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 



1896" 



W 



34-0 



Carne gie Tech 

0-1 (0-0, 0-1) 

1921 L 0-21 

Catholic 

8-1-2 15-0-1, 3-1-11 



1910- * 



20-0 



1911 ■ 



6-6 



1914- W 



6-0 



1915 L 

1916- W 



0-16 
13-9 



1919- 



13-0 



1920 



14-0 



1921 



16-0 



1922 



W 



54-0 



1923- W 



40-6 



1924 



0-0 



Central High 

6-2 (6 2, (M)| 



1893 - 



W 



10-0 



1896 ■ 



10-6 



1896 ■ 



14-0 



1897' 



24-6 



1901 ■ 



0-11 



1908 ■ 



5-0 



1910 ■ 



12-0 



1911 



0-14 



Charlotte Hall 
Academy 

1-0 [1-0, Ml 



1900- W 



21-6 



Chicago 

0-1 (0-0, p-ij 



1926 



0-21 



Cincinnati 



2-0 (10, 1-0) 

1975 W 



21-19 



1976- W 



21-0 



The C itadel 

1-0 (1-0, 1-0| 
2003 ■ 



.', 



61-0 



Clemson 

23-27-2 

(11-11-1, 11-15, 1-11) 



1952 ■ 



_W 28-0 



1953 



W 20-0 



1954- W 



16-0 



1955 



.', ,'M.' 



1956 ■ 



6-6 



1957 



7-26 



1958 - 



0-8 



1959 



W 



28-25 



I960" W 19-17 



1961 



W 24-21 



1962 ■ 



14-17 



1963 



6-21 



1964- 



34-0 



1965 



6-0 



1966 - 



10-14 



1967 



7-28 



1968 " 



0-16 



1969 



040 



1970' 



11-24 



1971 



14-20 



1 972 - 



W 



31-6 



1973 



W 28-13 



1974 - 



W 



41-0 



1975 



W 22-20 



1976 • 



W 



20 



1977 



21-14 



1978 ■ 



24-28 



1979 



19-0 



34-7 



1981 


L 7-21 


1982 - 


L 22-24 


1983 


L 27-52 


1984' 


1/ 41-23 


1985 


V 34-31 


1986' 


T 17-17 


1937 


L 1645 


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 ■ 


30-12 


2000 


14-35 



2001 ■ W 37-20 



2002 



W 30-12 



2003' 



W 



21-7 



I -Baltimore. Md (Memorial 
Stadiuml 

Clifton 
Athletic Club 

1-0 (1-0, 0-01 



1903- W 



5-0 



Colonial 
Athletic Club 

0-1 (0-1, 0-0) 

1894 ■ L 0-26 



Connecticut 

1-0(1-0, 0-0) 

1942- W 



34-0 



Crescent 
Athletic Club 

1-0 [1-0, 0-0) 



1892 ■ 



W 



12-0 



Curtis Bay 
Coast Guard 

0-1 (0-1, 0-0) 

1 94 i ■ I 7-13 



3-5-1 12-0-1, 1-51 


1899 




0-32 


1901 




6-24 


1902 ■ 




0-0 


1903 




0-16 


1904 




0-18 


1905 




0-12 


1917 - 


W 


20-0 


1947 - 


W 


43-19 


1948 


w 


21-0 


Dickinson 


1-0 [1-0, 0-01 


1916 - 


w 


6-0 


Duke 


29-18 [1 


4-6, 13-9, 2-3) 


1932 




0-34 


1933 - 




7-38 


1941 ' 




0-50 


1942 




042 


1947 




7-19 


1948 .« 




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 


209 


2001 ■ 


w 


59 1 / 


2002 


w 


•1 r > 12 


2003 ■ 


w 


33-20 


1 -Baltimore. Md (Memorial 
Stadium}; 2-Waihtngton D C 
/Griffith Stadium}. 3-Richmond 
Va.. 4-Norfolk Va. 


Duquesne 

1-0 (0-0, 1-0| 




1947 


w 


32-0 


Eastern High 

4-1 (4-1, 0-0| 


1893 ■ 


w 


36-0 


1896 ■ 


L 


1)6 



<®» 



1897- W 



4-0 



1898- W 



4-0 



1899- W 22-0 



Eastern 
Michigan 



3-0 12-0, 1-OL 



2001 ■ W 50-3 

2002 • W 45-3 



2003 



W 37-13 



Episcopal 
Hig" 



figh 



0-4 (0-3,0-1) 



1892- 



0-16 



1896 - 



0-6 



IE 



0-37 



1900 ■ 



6-34 



Florida 



6-12 |2-1, 1-6, 3-5) 

1927 ' I 



6-7 



1933 



0-19 



1934 J 



21-0 



1935 



20-6 



1936 



6-7 



1937 - 



13-7 



1938 



7-21 



1939 ■ 



0-14 



1940 



0-19 



1941 ' 



13-12 



1942' 



13-0 



1944 



6-14 



1971 



L 23-27 



1974'' 



10-17 



1975 5 



W 



13-0 



1980* L 20-35 



1981 



10-15 



2001 ' 



23-56 



I -Jacksonville. Fla (Municipal 
Stadiuml. 2-Tampa. Fla ; 3- 
Baltlmore. Md (Memorial 
Stadium). 4-Washington. D C 
(Griffith Stadiuml. 5-Jacksonville 
Fla. (Gator Bowij. 6-Orlando. 
Fla (tangerine Bowl) 7-Miami. 
Fla (Pro Player Stadium, FedEx 
Orange Bowij 



Florida State 


0-14(0-5 


,0-7, 


0-1) 


1966 


L 


2145 


1968 ■ 


L 


14-24 


1992 


L 


21-69 


1993 ■ 


L 


2049 


1994 ■ 


L 


20-52 


1995 


L 


17-59 


1996' 


L 


1048 


1997 


L 


7-50 


1998 ■ 


L 


10-24 


1999 


L 


1049 


2000" 


L 


7-59 


2001 


L 


31-52 


2002 ■ 


L 


10-37 


2003 


L 


10-35 


1 -Miami Fla IPro Flayer Stadiuml 


Fort Monroe 


0*1 [0*1, 0-0) 


1904 ■ 


T 


0-0 


Fredricksburg 


2-0 |1-0, 1-01 


1908 


W 


llll) 


' 1 ' ■ 


w 


5-0 



9-6-1 17-4-1, 2-2) 


1896 ■ 


T 


0-0 


1897 - 


L 


6-16 


1898" 


L 


0-33 


1901 ■ 


L 


10-11 


1904 


W 


22-5 


1905 ■ 


W 


16-0 


1907 


L 


0-5 


1908 • 


W 


5-0 


1909 


W 


14-12 


1911 ■ 


W 


6-2 


1912 - 


W 


13-7 


1913 ■ 


I 


0-13 


1914 


L 


0-23 


1915 - 


W 


10-2 


1926" 


W 


38-7 


1929 • 


W 


13-6 


Geon 


ietc 

, 01 


iwn 


6 10 (3 C 


3-3) 


1894 « 


w 


64 


1902 ■ 


L 


0-27 


1903 • 


L 


0-28 


1904 


L 


0-22 


1906' 


L 


0-28 


1907 - 


L 


0-10 


1934 ■ 


W 


6-0 


1935 


W 


12-6 


1936 • 


L 


6-7 


1937' 


W 


12-2 


1938 ■ 


L 


7-14 


1939' 


L 


0-20 


1940 - 


L 


041 


1941 ' 


L 


0-26 


1949 ■ 


W 


33-7 


1950' 


W 


25-14 


1 -Washington. DC 
Stadium} 


IGnmth 


Georgetown 
Prep 


i-i li-i. 


0-0) 




1900" 


L 


0-5 


1900 ■ 


w 


15-0 


George 


Washington 

11-3(7-2, 1-0,3-11 


1898 • 


L 


5-17 


1902 ■ 


W 


11-10 


1903 


W 


6-0 


1907' 


W 


10-0 


1908 ■ 


L 


0-57 


1909' 


L 


0-26 


1910' 


W 


11-0 


1948 •"•' 


w 


47-0 


1949 - 


w 


40-14 


1950 - 


w 


23-7 


1951 ■ 


w 


33-6 


1953 


w 


27-6 


1954 • 


w 


48-6 


1955 • 


w 


19-0 


' Washington DA 
Stadium) 


Gtffim 


Georgia 


3-2-1 (1-0, 2-1, 


0-1-1) 


1947 


T 


20-2 


1950 


I 


7-27 


1951 


W 


43-7 


1952 


W 


37-0 


'■,".'■• 


u 


40 13 


19/3' 


L 


16-17 


■ ■ >• Fla (Gator Bowl) 
1-Mana. Ga (Fulton County 

stadium} 



Georg ia Tech 

5-11 [4-3,1-7,0-11 



1988- 



13-8 



1989 



24-28 



1990 - 



3-31 



1991 



10-34 



1992 - 



26-28 



1993 



0-38 



1994 > 



W 42-27 



1995 



L 



3-31 



1996- W 13-10 



1997 



L 



18-37 



]99jT 
1999 



14-31 



L 3149 



2000 ■ 



22-35 



2001 



W ot 20-17 



2002 ■ W 34-10 



2003 



3-7 



l-Baltimore, Md (PSINet 
Stadiuml 

Gibraltar 
Athletic Club 

0-1 (0-1, 0-01 

1900 ■ 



L 



0-17 



Gonzaga High 

1-1 11-1,0-0) 



1900 • 



5-11 



1900- W 



21-0 



Greenville 
Air Base 



1-0 [0-0, TO) 



1943 



W 43-18 



Guilford 

1-0 [1-0, -0) 



1945 - 



W 



60-6 



Gunton 
Temple 



1-0 [1-0, 0-0) 



1903- 



W 



21-0 



Hampden- 
Sydney 

2-2 [2-2, 0-01 



1939 ■ W 



25-0 



1940 - 



6-7 



1941 ■ W 



18-0 



1944 ■ 



0-12 



Hauerford 

0-2 |0-1, 0-1) 

1915 L 0-7 

6-7 



1916 - 



Houston 



0-1 [0-0, 0-0, 0-1) 



1976' 



L 21-30 



(-Dallas. Texas ICotton Bowl} 

Indiana 

0-2 (0-0, 0-1, 0-1 1 
' : L 14-17 



1935' 



7-13 



I -Baltimore, Md (Memorial 
Stadiuml 

Indiana State 

1-0 [1-0, 0-0) 

1982 ■ W 38-0 

James 
Madison 

1-0 (1-0, 0-0) 

1998- * 23 15 



2001 ACC CHAMPIONS 



2002 CHICK-FIL-A PEACH BOWL CHAMPIONS • 2004 TOYOTA GATOR BOWL CHAMPIONS 







Johns 
Hopkins 

16-11-5 (1-2, 8-5-2, 7-4-3J 



1892 ' 


L 


0-62 


(l897- 


L 


0-30 


1896 


L 


0-16 


1899 


L 


1)40 


1901 


L 


06 


1902 


L 


0-17 


908 


L 


10 


■1909 


L 


9 


~ 1910 


T 


11 11 


1911 ■ 


L 


3-6 



1912 



13-0 



1913 



26-0 



1914 



14-0 



1915 



0-3 



1916 


W 


54-0 


1917 


W 


7-0 


1918 


T 


04 



1919 



13-0 



1920- 



24-7 



1922 



W 



3-0 



1923 



6-6 



1924 



0-0 



1925 



7-7 



1926' 



W 17-14 



1927 



13-14 



1928 ' 



26-6 



1929 ' 



39-6 



1930' 



W 



21-0 



1931 



W 35-14 



1932 



W 



23-0 



1933 



27-7 



1934' 



W 



19-0 



l-Qitton Park. Md.. 2-Amencan 
legion PM; 3-Balbmore. Md. 
{Memorial Stadium! 



Ken tucky 



3J-2 (2 -1-1, 1-1-11 

1931 ■ T 6-6 



1954 



2(H) 



1956 • 



0-14 



1975 



10-10 



11976 ■ W 24-14 



1978 ■ 



W 



20-3 



1979 



7-14 



Lakehurst 
Naval 



1-0 ( 10, o-oi 



1942' 



W 



144 



Louisiana 



34 (2-0, 14) 



1951 



27-0 



1952 ■ 



344 



1955 • 



13-0 



Louisiana 
Tech 

QO-1 (0 0,00,00-1 ) 



1990 



T 34-34 



,1-Shreveport La (Independence 
■ S&dtum/ 

Louisville 



H (2-0, 1-11 



1978 



W 24-17 



1979 ■ 



W 



1988 ■ 



27-16 



1995 



0-31 



iMiami 



7-7(1-0, M, 0-11 


'1948 


W 


27-13 


1949 


W 


13-0 


'1953 


w 


3(H) 


1954 


L 


7-9 



1956 



6-13 



1957 



W 



16-6 



1958 

1962 L 

19/0 I 



W 26-14 

1 24 AH 



11-18 



1972 



8-28 



1982- W 18-17 



1984 



W 42-40 



1985' 



22-29 



1987 



16-46 



I -Baltimore Md (Memorial 

Stadium) 

Miami (Ohio) 

0-1 (0-1, 0-0) 

1 96') ■ [ 2\ 34 

Michigan 

0-3 (0-0, 0-3| 

1985 L 



0-20 



1989 



21-41 



1990 



17-45 



Michigan 
St ate 

1-4 (0-1, 1-3J 



1944 ■ 



0-8 



1944 



0-33 



1946 



14-26 



1947 



714 



1950 



W 



34-7 



Middle 
Tennessee 
State 

1-0 (1-0, 0-01 

2000 • W 45-27 

Minnesota 

1-0 (0-0, 0-0, 1-0) 
1977' W 17-7 

I -Birmingham. Ha (Legion 
Field) 

Mississippi 

1-1 11-0,0-11 



1952 



14-21 



1953 ■ 



38-0 



Mississippi 
State 

1-0 (1-0, 0- 0) 

1979' W 35-14 

Missouri 



6-0 12-0, 3-0 , 1-0J 



1949' 



W 



20-7 



1951 



35-0 



1952 



13-10 



1953 



20-6 



1954 ■ 



74-13 



1955 



W 



13-12 



I -Jacksonville Fla (Gator Bowll 



ml St, 

Joseph's 



2-0 (2-0, OKI] 



1902 - 



W 



5-0 



1905 - 



28-0 



Mount St 
Mary's 



28-7 M 10-0, 1-41 



1894 



24 



1902 



0-5 



1903 



0-2 



1904 



W 



11-6 



1907 



6-12 



R% mf ,,1,1 

0-1 (0-0, 0-1) 



1906 



0-29 



Navy 






5-14 (3-2, 0-9, 


2-3) 


1905 


L 


0-17 


191)1, 


L 


0-12 


19)1/ 


L 


012 


1908 ■ 


L 


57 


1913 


L 


0-76 


1916- 


L 


7-14 


1917 


L 


62 


1930 


L 


0-6 


1931 ' 


W 


6-0 


1932' 


L 


7 28 


1934 


L 


13-16 


1950 • 


W 


35-21 


1951 


W 


40 21 


1952 ■ 


w 


38-7 


1958' 


L 


14 40 


1959 


L 


1 4 I> 


1963 


L 


7 42 


1964 • 


W 


27-22 


1965 


L 


7 19 


(-Washington, DC IGntfth 
Stadium): 2-Baltimoie, Md. 
(Memorial Stadiumj 


New York U. 

2-0 |1-0, 1-01 


1916 


W 


10-7 


1918 - 


W 


6-2 


North Carolina 


30-35-1 
(16-12, 13-19- 


,1-41 


1920 


W 


13-0 


1921 ' 


L 


7-16 


1922 


L 


3-27 


1923 ■ 


W 


14-0 


1924 


W 


6-0 


1925' 


L 


0-16 


1926 ■ 


W 


14-6 


1927 


L 


6-7 


1928 - 


L 


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 .<>i 


L 


2049 


1950 


T 


7-7 


1951 ■ 


W 


14-7 


1953 


W 


26-0 


1954 • 


W 


33-0 


1955 


W 


25-7 


1956 


L 


6-34 


1957 - 


W 


21-7 


1958 


I 


0-27 


1959 • 


W 


14-7 


I960 


w 


22-19 


1961 ■ 


L 


8-14 


1962 


W 


31-13 


1963 ■ 


L 


7-14 


1964 3 


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 


1 988 


W 


41-38 


1989 


w 


38-0 


1990 




10-34 


1991 




0-24 


179/ 


■ L 


24-31 


1 9V 1 




42 59 


1994 




17 41 


1990 


W 


32 18 


1996 




7 38 


199/ 


■ l 


14 40 


1998 




13-24 


1 999 


w 


45-7 


2000 


L 


10-13 


2001 


W 


23-7 


2002 


w 


59-7 


2003 


w 


59-21 


(-Baltimore Md (Memorial 
Stadium). 2-Washington. DC 
IGrmm Stadium). 3-NoifolK Va 


NC State 


28-28-4 
114-11-2,14-15-1,0-2-11 


1909 


L 


0-33 


1917 


L 


6-10 


1921 


T 


6-6 


1922 


W 


7-6 


1923 


W 


26-12 


1924 


■ T 


00 


1946 


L 


7-28 


1947 


T 


00 


1949 


W 


146 


1950 


L 


13-16 


1951 


W 


53-0 


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 


11-3! 


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 


240 


1931 


w 


349 


1982 


w 


23-6 


1933 


w 


29-6 


1984 


w 


4421 


1985 


w 


31-17 


1986 


L 16-28 


1987 


L 1442 


1988 


W 


30-26 


1939 


L 6-10 


1 99C 


W 


13-12 


1991 


L 17-20 


1992 ■ 


L 10-14 


1993 


L 2144 


1994 ■ 


L 4547 


1995 


w 


30-13 


1996i 


L 8-34 


1997 


L 2845 


1998 ■ 


L 21-35 


1999 


L 17-30 


2000- 


W 2ot 35-28 


2001 


W 


23-19 



2002 ■ W 24-21 



2003 



W 



26 24 

I -Washington, DC (CentralH.S. 
Stadium) 2-Ballimore. Md (Me- 

Northern 
Illinois 

1-1 (1-0,0-1) 



1996- 



w 



30-6 



2003 



L ot 13-20 



Notre Dame 

0-1 (0-0, 0-0, 0-1J 
2002 ' L 0-22 

1-EastP.utherford.NJ /Giants Sta- 
dium} 



Ohio U. 



1-1 11-1, 0-0) 



1965' 



* 



24-7 



1997 - 



L 



14-21 



Oklahoma 

0-4 (0-1, 0-1, 0-2) 

1953 



L 



0-7 



1955 ' 



L 



6-20 



1964 • 



L 



3-13 



1967 



L 



0-35 



I -Miami. Fla (Orange Bowl) 

Old Maryland 
(Baltimore) 

3-2-1 (3-1-1,0-11 



1896 ■ 



T 



0-0 



1902 ■ 



0-5 



1903 • 



II 



1904 



0-6 



1905- W 



23-5 



1912- 



W 



58-0 



Olympia A.C. 

1-0 10-0, 0-0, 1- 01 



1902' 



W 



6-0 



I -Washington C 



Orient A.C. 

2-0 (2-0, 0-0| 



1893 ■ 



W 



16-6 



1894 ■ 



30-0 



Pennsylvan ia 

1-4 (0-0, M| 



1922 



0-12 



1923 



W 



3-0 



1937 



21-28 



1940 



0-51 



1941 



6-55 



Pennsylvania 
Military 

2-1-1 |1-1, 1-0-1) 



1912 



13-13 



1913 - 



7-27 



1914 



* 



26-0 



1915- W 14-13 

Penn State 



1-35-1 
11-12,0-22 


0-2-1) 


1917 


0-57 


1937 


14-21 


1938 


0-33 


1939 


0-12 


1943 • 


045 


1944 


19-34 


1960 


9-28 


1961 ■ V 


/ 21-17 


1962 


7-23 


1963 ■ 


15-17 


1964 1 


9-17 


1965- 1 


7-19 


1966 


7-15 



^ 






1967 • 


L 


3-38 


1968 


L 


135/ 


1V69 


L 


0-48 


1970 ■ 


L 


0-34 


1971 


L 


27-63 


1972 


L 


16 46 


1973 • 


L 


2242 


1974 


L 


17-24 


1975 - 


L 


13-15 


1977 


L 


9-27 


1973 


L 


3-27 


1979 ■ 


L 


7-27 


1980 • 


L 


10-24 


1982 


L 


31-39 


1984 


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1990 


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1992 


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1993 ■ 


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47-34 


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Bowl Stadium); 2-Memphis. Tenn. 
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Bowl); 5-Atlanta, Ga, (Georgia 
Dome! 



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Texas A & M 


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2000 


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2002 


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2003 ■ 


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1981 ■ 


L 


13-17 


1982 


L 


18-19 


1983 ■ 


L 


21-31 


1984 


W 


20-17 


1935 


w 


28-0 


1986 


w 


24-3 


1987 ■ 


w 


25-20 


1988 


L 


24-55 


! 989 


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 


2003 


w 


34' 



2003 ' W 


41 ■ 


1 -Jacksonville. Fla. (W.1F.L 

Stadium} 


William & 
Mary 


l-2(0-1,11| 




1905 * 


17 


1945- L 


14-33 


1946 L 


74' 


Wofford 




1-0 n-o, O-0| 




2002 ■ W 


37-3 


Yale 


2-8-1 (04,2-8-11 


1919 L 


0-3 


1921 L 


0-7 
345 


1927 L 


1923 L 


14 1 


1924 L 


04 


1925 L 


144 


1 926 «/ 


IS- 


1927 L 


6-3 



1978 
1929 
1930 



13-13 



134 



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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS 




Opponent (Games Playedj 


Record 


First 


Last 


jr Force |2| 


200 


1961 


1963 


J<ron |IJ 


1 0-0 


2002 


2002 


labama |3J 


1 .'11 


1952 


1974 


Jabama-Birmingham |l] 


1-0-0 


1996 


1996 


lexandna High Q] 


1-0-0 


1896 


1896 


mencan [l| 


0-1-0 


1918 


1918 


uburn ]3J 


1 2 


1952 


1983 


ambridge Naval (2) 


1-1-0 


1943 


1946 


altimore City College |3J 


3-0-0 


1893 


1913 


altimore Medical College [ I J 


0-1-0 


1897 


189/ 


altimore Poly Institute (4) 


3-1-0 


1905 


1915 


ayjoi [2] 


1 1-0 


1955 


1956 


ethel Military 111 


1-0-0 


1896 


1896 


oston College |2) 


1 1 


1985 


1986 


oston U. |2| 


2-0-0 


1949 


1952 


Biess Hiqhfll 


1-0-0 


1896 


1896 


arneqie Tech |l| 


1 


1921 


1921 


atholicU. |l l| 


8 1 2 


1910 


1924 


entral Hiqh |8| 


6-2-0 


1893 


1911 


haiiotte Hall Academy III 


1-0-0 


1900 


1900 


<hicaqo|l| 


0-1-0 


1926 


1926 


incmnati |2| 


2-0-0 


1975 


1976 


itadel The j 1 1 


1-0-0 


2003 


2003 


lemson |S2| 


23-27-2 


1952 


2003 


Kifton Athletic Club III 


1-00 


1903 


1903 


|olonial Athletic Club ( J 1 


0-1-0 


1894 


1894 


onnecticutll] 


1-0-0 


1942 


1942 


rescent Athletic Club 1 1 1 


1-0-0 


1892 


1892 


urtis Bay Coast Guard 1 1 1 


0-1-0 


1943 


1943 


elaware |9| 


3-5-1 


1899 


1948 


ickinson|l| 


1-0-0 


1916 


1916 


uke (47) 


29-18-0 


1932 


2003 


•uquesne|l| 


1-0-0 


1947 


1947 


astern Hiqh |5| 


4-1-0 


1893 


1899 


astern Michiqan |3| 


3-O-0 


2001 


2003 


oiscopal Hiqh |4| 


04-0 


1892 


1900 


londa|18] 


6-12-0 


1927 


2001 


lorida State |14) 


0-140 


1966 


2003 


Dtl Monroe |1| 


0-0-1 


1 904 


1904 


iWJncksburq |Va.| |2| 


2-0-0 


1908 


1911 


'allaudet|l6| 


9-6-1 


1896 


1929 


leorqetown|16] 


6-10-0 


1394 


1950 


jeorqetown Prep |2| 


1-1-0 


1900 


1900 


ieorqe Washmqton |14| 


11-3-0 


1898 


1955 



Opponent (Games Played} 

Georgia (6) 


Record 


First 


Last 


3-2-1 


194/ 


1973 


Georgia Tech |16| 


5-11-0 


1988 


2003 


Gibi iltai Athletn Club |1] 


0-1-0 


1 900 


1 900 


Gonzaga High (2) 


1-1-0 


1 900 


1900 


Greenville Air Base |1| 


1 0-0 


1 943 


1943 


Guilford College (1 J 


1 


1 945 


1945 


Gunton Temple [1 J 


1 0-0 


1 903 


190"! 


Hampden-Sydney (4] 


220 


I939 


1944 


Haverford |2J 


020 


1 9 1 5 


1 9 1 6 


Houston |1J 


0-1-0 


1 976 


1976 


Indiana [2J 


0-2-0 


1934 


1935 


Indiana State |1| 


1-0-0 


1982 


1982 


lime'. Madison |l] 


1 


1998 


1998 


Johns Hopkins |32J 


16-11-5 


1892 


1934 


Kentucky |7J 


3-2-2 


1931 


1979 


Lakehurst Naval 11 1 


1-0-0 


1942 


1942 


Louisiana State |3| 


3-0-0 


1951 


1955 


Louisiana Tech 1 1 ) 


0-O-1 


1990 


1990 


Louisville |4| 


3-1-0 


1978 


1995 


Miami |14| 


7-7-0 


1948 


1987 


Miami |OhioJ|IJ 


0-1-0 


1969 


1969 


Michiqan |3| 


3 


1985 


1990 


Michiqan State |5| 


1-4-0 


1944 


1950 


Middle Tennessee State |1| 


1-0-0 


2000 


2000 


Minnesota |1| 


1-0-0 


1977 


1977 


Mississippi 121 


1-1-0 


1952 


1953 


Mississippi State |l| 


1 (II) 


1979 


1979 


Missouri |6| 


6-0-0 


1949 


1955 


Mount St. Josephs 12] 


2 


1902 


1905 


Mount St. Mary's |5| 


! 4 


1894 


1907 


Mount Washmqton |l| 


0-1-0 


19»6 


1906 


Navy |19| 


5 14 


1905 


1965 


New York U. |2| 


2-0-0 


1916 


1918 


N< rth ( arolina (66) 


30-35-1 


1920 


2003 


NC State (60) 


28-28-4 


1909 


2003 


Northern Illinois [2J 


1-1-0 


1996 


2003 


Notre Darnell) 


0-1-0 


2002 


2002 


Ohio U. |2] 


1-1-0 


1965 


1997 


Oklahoma |4| 


04-0 


1953 


1967 


Old Maryland (Baltimore) |6| 


3-2-1 


1896 


1912 


Olympia Athletic Club (1| 


1-0-0 


1902 


1902 


Orient Athletic Club |2| 


2-0-0 


1893 


1894 


Pennsylvania |5| 


14-0 


1922 


1941 





2004 Opponents In Bold 




Opponent (Games Played) 


Record 


First 


Last 


Pennsylvania Military |4) 


2-1-1 


1912 


1915 


Perm State (371 


1-35-1 


1917 


199 3 


Pittsburgh (5) 


3-2-0 


1980 


1992 


Princeton |2| 


020 


1920 


1922 


Randolph-Macon |3| 


2-0-1 


1904 


1923 


Richmond A/my Air Base 1 1 ) 


1 0-0 


1943 


1943 


Richmond 1181 


12 5 1 


1907 


1977 


Rock Hill Colleqe (51 


3-1-1 


1898 


1909 


Rutqers |7| 


4-3-0 


1920 


1942 


St. John's |Annapolis| (29) 


18-11-0 


1892 


1937 


South Carolina (28) 


17-11-0 


1926 


1971 


Southern Methodist |2| 


2-0-0 


1961 


1962 


Swarthmore 1 1 1 


0-1 


1919 


1919 


Syracuse |34| 


14 18-2 


1920 


1994 


Tech Hiqh |7| 


5-2-0 


1903 


1912 


Temple (4) 


4-0-0 


1997 


2000 


Tennessee (81 


3-5-0 


1951 


2002 


Texas |3] 


0-3-0 


1959 


1978 


Texas A&M (21 


0-2-0 


1957 


1958 


Third Army Corps [1] 


1-0-0 


1922 


1922 


Tray State III 


1-0-0 


2001 


2001 


Tulane (6| 


4-2-0 


1933 


1995 


UCLA|2) 


1-1-0 


1954 


1955 


U.S. Marines 111 


1-0-0 


1901 


1901 


U.S. Merchant Marines (l| 


1-0-0 


1945 


1945 


Vanderbilt (1 1) 


4-7-0 


1927 


1987 


VlllanovallOl 


8 1 


1970 


1980 


Virginia (68) 


39-27-2 


1919 


2003 


Virqinia Military (25) 


14-9-2 


1910 


1972 


Virginia Tech (26| 


15-11-0 


1919 


1993 


Wake Forest (52) 


38-13-1 


1917 


2003 


Walbrook Athletic Club 1 1 ) 


0-1-0 


1901 


1901 


Washmqton 1 1 1 


0-1-0 


1982 


1982 


Washinqton & Lee (20) 


13-5-2 


1924 


1953 


Washmqton Colleqe (23) 


19-3-1 


1894 


1932 


Western Carolina (1| 


l-M 


1999 


1999 


Western Hiqh (1| 


0-0-1 


1900 


1900 


Western Maryland |32| 


17-14-1 


1893 


1942 


Western Michigan (1) 


1-0-0 


1989 


1989 


West Virqinia |41| 


20-19-2 


1919 


2003 


William & Mary (31 


1-2-0 


1905 


1946 


Woffordlll 


1-0-0 


2002 


2002 


Yale 11 11 


2-8-1 


1919 


1930 



QB Jack Scarbath 162) 
threads the needle between 
two Louisiana State 
defenders in the 1952 
Homecoming game. Note the 
intriguing uniform numbers 
of the Tigers. 



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M ARYLANB^^fracT 







TERPS IN FINAL RANKINGS 



•nW 




2. Georqia Tech 

3. Notre Dame 


VvCte 




4. Oklahoma 

5. USC 


Year AP Coaches 


6. UCLA 


1949 14 




7. Mississippi 


1951 3 

1952 13 




8. Tennessee 


9. Alabama 


1953 1 




10. Texas 


1954 8 




1 1 . Wisconsin 


1955 3 




12. Tulsa 


1973 20 




13. Maryland 


1974 13 




14. Syracuse 


1975 13 




15. Florida 


1976 8 




16. Duke 


1978 20 




1 7. Ohio State 


1982 20 


18 


18. Purdue 


1983 - 


24 


19. Princeton 


1984 12 

1985 18 


9 
17 


20. Kentucky 


2001 11 


10 


1953 


2002 13 


13 


1. Maryland 


2003 17 


20 


2. Notre Dame 




AP Polls 
1949 

1 Notre Dame 

2. Oklahoma 

3. California 

4. Army 

5. Rice 

Ohio State 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

9. Louisiana State 

10. Pacific 

1 1 . Kentucky 

12. Cornell 

13. Villanova 
H.Maryland 

1 5. Santa Clara 

1 6. North Carolina 

17. Tennessee 

18. Princeton 

1 9. Michigan State 
20t Missouri 

20t. Baylor 



1951 



1 . Tennessee 

2. Michigan State 

3. Maryland 

4. Illinois 

5. Georqia Tech 

6. Princeton 

7. Stanford 

8. Wisconsin 



9. Baylor 



10. Okla homa 

1 1 . Texas Christian 

12. California 
13 Virginia 

i . . 

15 Ke ntucky 

16 Boston Univ 

17 UCLA 

18. Washington State 

19 Holy Cross 

20 Clemson 

1952 

1 Michigan State 



3. 


Michiqan 


4 


Oklahoma 


5 


UCLA 


6. 


Rice 


7 


Illinois 


8 


Georgia Tech 


9 


Iowa 


10 


West Wrqinia 


11 


Texas 


12 


Texas Tech 


13 


Alabama 


14 


Army 


15 


Wisconsin 


16 


Kentucky 


17 


Auburn 


18 


Duke 


19 


Stanford 


20 


Michigan 


1954 


I. Ohio State 


2. 


UCLA 


3 


Oklahoma 


4 


Notre Dame 


5 


Navy 


6. 


Mississippi 


7. 


Army 


8. 


Maryland 


9. 


Wisconsin 


1 0. Arkansas 


11 


Miami |Fla.) 


12 


West Virginia 


13 Auburn 


14 


Duke 


15 


Michigan 


16 


Virginia Tech 


1/ 


USC 


18 


Baylor 


19 




20 


Penn State 


1955 


1 . Oklahoma 


2. 


Michigan State 


3. 


Maryland 


4 


UCLA 


5 


Ohio Slate 


6 


Texas C 


/ 


Georgia 


8 


Auburn 



9 


Notre Dame 


10 


Mississippi 


11 


Prttsburqh 


12 


Michigan 


13 


USC 


14 


Miami |Fla.| 


15 


Miami (Ohio) 


16 


Stanford 


17 


Texas A&M 


18 


Navy 


19 


West Virginia 


20 


Army 


1973 


1 . Notre Dame 


2. 


Ohio State 


3 


Oklahoma 


4 


Alabama 


5. 


Penn State 


6 


Michigan 


7. 


Nebraska 


8 


USC 


9t 


Arizona State 


9t. 


Houston 


11 


Texas Tech 


12 


UCLA 


13 


Louisiana State 


14 


Texas 


15 


Miami (Ohio) 


16 


NC State 


17 


Missouri 


18 


Kansas 


19 


Tennessee 


20t. Maryland 


20t.Tulane 


1974 


1 . Oklahoma 


2. 


USC 


3 


Michigan 


4 


Ohio State 


5. 


Alabama 


6 


Notre Dame 


7 


Penn State 


8. 


Auburn 


9 


Nebraska 


10 


Miami lOhiol 


11 


NC State 


12 


Michigan State 


13 


Maryland 


14 


Baylor 


15 


Florida 


16 


Texas A&M 


17 


Mississippi State 


I7t. Texas 


19 


Houston 


20 


Tennessee 


1975 


1 . Oklahoma 


2. 


Arizona State 


3 


Alabama 


4 


Ohm State 


5 


UCLA 


6 


Texas 


7 


Arkansas 


3 


Michigan 


9 


Nebraska 


10 


Penn State 


il 




12 


Miami (Ohio) 


13 


. Maryland 


H 





15 


Pittsburgh 


16 


Colorado 


17 


USC 


18 


Arizona 


19 


Georgia 


20 


West Virginia 


1976 


1 Pittsburgh 


2. 


USC 


3. 


Michigan 


4 


Houston 


5. 


Oklahoma 


6 


Ohio State 


7 


Texas A&M 


8. 


Maryland 


9 


Nebraska 


10 


Georqia 


11 


Alabama 


12 


Notre Dame 


13 


Texas Tech 


14 


Oklahoma State 


15 


UCLA 


16 


Colorado 


17 


Rutgers 


18 


Kentucky 


19 


Iowa State 


20 


Mississippi State 


1978 


1. Alabama 


2. 


USC 


3. 


Oklahoma 


4 


Penn State 


5 


Michiqan 


6 


Clemson 


7 


Notre Dame 


8. 


Nebraska 


9 


Texas 


10 


Houston 


11 


Arkansas 


1? 


Michigan State 


13 


Purdue 


14 


UCLA 


15 


Missouri 


16 


Georgia 


17 


Stanford 


18 


NC State 


19 


Texas A&M 


20 


Maryland 


1982 


1 . Penn State 


2 


So. Methodist 


3, 


Nebraska 


4 


Georgia 


5 


UCLA 


6 


Arizona State 


7 


Washington 


8 


Clemson 


9. 


Arkansas 


10 


Pittsburgh 


II 


Louisiana State 


12 


Ohio State 


13 


Florida State 


14 


Auburn 


15 


use 


16 


Oklahoma 


17 


Texas 


IK 
19 
20 


North Carolina 
West Virginia 
. Maryland 



1984 


1 . Brigham Younq 


2. 


Washinqton 


3. 


Florida 


4. 


Nebraska 


5. 


Boston Colleqe 


6 


Oklahoma 


7 


Oklahoma State 


8 


So. Methodist 


9 


UCLA 


10 


USC 


II 


South Carolina 


12 


Maryland 


13 


Ohio State 


14 


Auburn 


15 


Louisiana State 


16 


Iowa 


17 


Florida State 


18 


Miami [Fla.l 


19 


Kentucky 


20 


Wrqinia 


1985 


1 . Oklahoma 


2. 


Michiqan 


3. 


Penn State 


4 


Tennessee 


5 


Florida 


6 


Texas A&M 


7 


UCLA 


8 


Air Force 


9. 


Miami (Fla.l 


10 


Iowa 


11 


Nebraska 


12 


Arkansas 


13 


Alabama 


14 


Ohio State 


15 


Florida State 


16 


Bnqham Younq 


17 


Baylor 


18 


Maryland 


19 


Georqia Tech 


20 


Louisiana State 


2001 


1. Miami (Fla.l 


2. 


Oregon 


3. 


Florida 


4. 


Tennessee 


5. 


Texas 


6 


Oklahoma 


/ 


LSU 


8. 


Nebraska 


9. 


Colorado 


10. 


Washington State 


11 


. Maryland 


12 


Illinois 


13 


South Carolina 


14 


Syracuse 


15 


Florida State 


16 


Stanford 


1/ 


Louisville 


18 


Virginia Tech 


19 


Washington 



20 


Michigan 


21. 


Boston Colleqe 


22 


Georqia 


23 


Toledo 


24 


Georqia Tech 


25. 


BYU 


2002 


1. Ohio State 


2. 


Miami (Fla.l 


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 


Wrqinia Tech 


19 


Pittsburgh 


20 


Colorado 


21 


Florida State 


22 


Wrqinia 


23 


TCU 


24 


Marshall 


25 


West Wrqinia 


2003 


1. use 


2. 


LSU 


3. 


Oklahoma 


4. 


Ohio State 


5 


Miama (Fla.l 


6 


Michiqan 


7 


Georgia 


8 


Iowa 


9 


Washinqton State 


10 


Miami (Ohio) 


11 


Florida State 


12 


Texas 


13 


Mississippi 


14 


Kansas State 


15 

16 


Tennessee 
Boise State 


17 


Maryland 


18 


Purdue 


19 


Nebraska 


20 


Minnesota 


21 


Utah 


22 


Clemson 


2i 


Bowlinq Green 


24 


Florida 


25 


Texas Christian 



O^c/ies^' QMte 




1982 


9. Maryland 


18. Wrqinia Tech 


1 . Penn State 


10. South Carolina 


19 Washington 


2. So. Methodist 


11 USC 


20. Michiqan 


3 Nebraska 


12. UCLA 


21. Marshall 


4. Georqia 


13. Louisiana State 


22. Toledo 


5. UCLA 


14. Ohio State 


23. Boston Colleqe 


6. Arizona State 

7. Pittsburqh 


15 Auburn 

16 Miami |Fla 


24. Bnqham Younq 


25. Georqia 


8. Arkansas 


1 7. Florida State 


2002 


9. Clemson 


18. Virginia 


10. Washinqton 

1 1 . Louisiana State 


19. Kentucky 

20. Iowa 


1 . Ohio State 


2. Miami |Fla.| 


12. Florida State 


2 1 . West Wrginia 


3. Georqia 


13 Ohio State 


22. Army 


4. Southern Cal 


14, USC 


23. Georqia 


5. Oklahoma 


1 5 Oklahoma 


24. Air Force 


6. Kansas State 


16 Auburn 


25. Notre Dame 


7. Texas 


17 West Wrqinia 
18. Maryland 


1985 


8. Iowa 


9. Michiqan 




1 . Oklahoma 


10. Washinqton State 


20. Texas 


2. Penn State 


11. NC State 




3. Michiqan 


12. Boise State 


22. Alabama 


4 Tennessee 


13. Maryland 


23. Tulsa 

24. Iowa 

25. Florida 


5. Florida 


1 4. Wrqinia Tech 

15. Penn State 


6. Miami (Fla.l 

7. Air Force 


1 6. Auburn 


1983 

1. Miami (Fla.l 


8. Texas A&M 


17. Notre Dame 

18. Pittsburqh 


9. UCLA 

10. Iowa 


19. Marshall 


2. Auburn 


1 1 . Nebraska 


20. West Wrqinia 


3. Nebraska 


12. Alabama 


21. Colorado 


4. Georqia 


13. Ohio State 


22. TCU 


5. Texas 


14. Florida State 


23. Florida State 








7. Michiqan 


16. Bnqham Younq 


25. Virqinia 


8. Ohio State 


17. Maryland 


2003 


9. Florida 


18. Georqia Tech 




19 Bayloi 
20. Auburn 


I. LSU 


11. Illinois 


2 USC 


12 So Methodist 




3. Oklahoma 


13. Alabama 


22. Army 


4. Ohio State 


14. Air Force 


23. Fresno State 


5. Miami IFIa.l 


1 5. West Wrqinia 


24. Georgia 


6. Georqia 


16. Iowa 


25. Oklahoma State 


7. Michiqan 


17. Tennessee 




8. Iowa 


18. UCLA 


2001 


9. Washinqton State 


19 Pittsburgh 


1 . Miami |Fla.| 


10. Florida State 


20. Penn State 


2. Oreqon 


1 1 . Texas 

12 Miami [OhioJ 




3. Florida 


22. Boston Colleqe 


4 Tennessee 


13. Kansas State 


23. Oklahoma State 


5. Texas 


14. Mississippi 


24. Maryland 

25. East Carolina 


6. Oklahoma 


15. Boise State 


7. Nebraska 


16. Tennessee 


1984 


8. LSU 


17. Minnesota 

18. Nebraska 


9. Colorado 


1. Bnqham Young 


10. Maryland 


19 Purdue 


2. Washinqton 


1 1 . Washington State 


20. Maryland 


3. Florida 


12. Illinois 


21 Utah 


4. Nebraska 


1 3. South Carolina 


22 i lemson 


5. Oklahoma 


14 Syracuse 


23 Bowling Greer 


6^ Boston College 


15 Florida State 


24. Texas Christian 


7. Oklahoma State 


16. Louisville 


25. Florida 


8. So. Methodist 


17 Stanford 





Years Ranked 26 


£e, 




Weeks at #2 


12 


Weeks at #1 
Weeks at #3 


6 
12 


Weeks Ranked 176 


Weeks at #4 


S 


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Last Ranking Jan. 5, 2004 


Weeks at #5 


9 


Weeks at #6 


8 


Weeks at #7 


8 


Weeks at #8 


6 


Weeks In Top 10 78 


Week: at #9 


3 


Weeks at «I0 


9 



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Aziz AbdurRa oof 

1002. 03 


ibiamin, Rob 


2003 


ibbott. Robot 


1971 


ibdur-Ra oof, Azizuddin 


1984, '85. '86, '87 


.brams, Richard 


1994 


Jjsher, Dick 


1964, 65 66 


.dams, Chester 


1908 


Jams Donald 


1925, 26, 27 


.dams, Ron 


I96J, 64 


dams Steve 


1981 


,genl M irk 


1986, '87, '88, '89 


jtcheson. Leither 


1917 


jtcheson. Whitney 


1913 14 


Jbarano, Ralph 


1937, '38, '39 


Ibrecht, Georqe 


1952, '53, '54 


ibrittam, Lemuel 


1902, 03 


Iderton, Gene 


1955, '56, '57 


Iderton, John 


1950, '51, '52 


lexander Richard 


1941 


Ikire, John 


1973, 74 


lien, Josh 


2002, 03 


iston O'Brien 


1984 85, 86. 87 


mbrusko. Ken 


1962, '64, '65 


mbush, Lerov 


2000, 01, 02 


mend, David 


1984, '85, '86, '87 


nderson, Mike 


1986, '87, '88, '89 


ndorka, Bill 


1934 


ndrews, Olin 


1908, '09, '10 


ndrus, Robert 


1946 


nnan, Nick 


1992 


polenis, Jason 


1995, 96, '97 


rbutina, Matt 


1 963, '64. 65 


rizzi. Ernie 


1961, '62, '63 


rime, Kevin 


1990, '91, '92 


rmstronq, Rob 


2003 


rmsworthy, Frank 


1950 


jnold. Bob 


1984/85, '86, '87 


rrinqton, Jermaine 


1998/99 


skew, Lewis 


1984/85/86 


they Ronald 


1955, 56 


tkins, Steve 


1975,76,77/78 


Hanson, Jess 


1981/82/83/84 


uqsberqer, Pete 


1948, '49, '50 


Jisi Ed 


1980/81/82 


jlia, Joe 


1980/81/82 


jstin, Gerald 


1982 


■rellini, Bob 


1972,73,74 



<tR.W iDutchl 



1915/16/17 




Kh, Billy 


Harry Bonk 

1966 


idanjek. Rick 


1982/83/84/85 


idqett, Marcus 


1990, '91, '92 


ifford. Harold 


1925/26/27 


iqranoff, Larry 


1963/64/65 


lierl, Ralph 


1953/54 


liley, Cabel IZekel 


1918/19/20/21/22 



Bailey, Joe 


1984/85 


Baker, Bn.m 


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 


Bannei Mumis 


1960/61/62 


Bannon, J.G. 


1892/93/94 


Barbiasz, Chris 


1979, 80 


Barkalow, Gerald 


1945 


Barlund, Dick 


1959 60, 61 


Barnard, Brooks 


1999, 00 01, 02 


Barnes, Georqe 


1941 42, 45 


Barnes, Hank 


1969, 70, 71 


Baroni, John 


1947, 48 


Barntt, Ed 


1952 


Bartlett, WD 


1923 


Barton, Eric 


1995/96/97/98 


Bates, Duane 


1944 


Battaqlia, Sam 


1967 


Bauer, J. W. 


1908 


Beamer Francis 


1938, '39 


Beardsley, Al 


1956, '58 


Beasley. Mike 


1987, '88 


Beatty, Bill 


1924, '25 


Becker, Ed 


195S 


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, Karl 


1965 


Bell, Bobby 


1976 


Benner, Willis 


1932/33 


Bennett, Gordon 


1960 


Benson, Kevin 


1972/73,74,75 


Benson, Shawn 


1982/83 


Benson, Todd 


1978,79/80 


Berqer Louis (Bosey) 


1930/31 


Bernardo, Ralph 


1943 


Berry, Harold 


1940/41 


Bertha, Brandon 


1991, '92 


Besley. Kirk 


1922/24/25 


Betty, Dale 


1958/59/60 


Betz, Theodore 


1948/49/50 


Bielski, Dick 


1952, '53, 54 


Bilancioni, Bert 


1965 


Binder Paul 


1910 


Birkland, John 


1934/35/36 


Bishop, Kevin 


1999 


Bishop. Randolph 


1944, '46 


Bissell. John 


1945 


Bittner, Dick 


1955 


Blackburn, Ray 


1953/54 


Blackistone, Wade 


1894 


Blandford, James 


1897, '98 


Bloominqdale, Alan 


1973. 74 


Blount, Alvin 


1983/84/85/86 


Bobenko, Alex 


1943 


Boehley, Bret 


1987/88/89/90 


Boen, Walter 


1951/52 


Boqqs, Bryn 


1999 


Bomis, John 


1962 


Boinis, Pete 


1958/59/60 


Bolston, Conrad 


2003 


Bolton Ed 


1949, '50 


Bonato, John 


1986, '87 


Bond, Carl 


1985 


Bonham, Russell 


2002, 03 


Bonk, Harry 


1945/46/47/48 


Bonnet. Arthur 


1924/25 



Boothe, Dan 


1942 


Boring, Les 


1980, HI 


Bosley John 


1905 


Bosley, Lester 


1918, 19, 20, 21 


Bovic, Charles 


1902 


Bouscaren, William 


1897 


Bowersox, Jack 


1953/54 


Bowland, Bill 


1904, 05, (16 


Bowland, Jay 


1911/12/13/14 


Bowman, Charles 


196/ 


Boxold, Charles 


1953/54 


Boyda John 


1937/38/39 


Bozeman, Richard 


1943 


Bracken, Lou 


1967, 68 


Bradford, Jack 


1987/88/89/90 


Bradford, Robert 


1949 


Bradley, J.A. 


1898, 99 


Bradley, Madison 


1992, 93 


Bradley Walter 


1933 


Bragg. Jamie 


1992, '9.1 94 


Bramson, Bernardo 


1964/65/66 


Brancato, Joe 


1973, 74 


Brand Robert 


1937, 38 


Brandt, Marshall 


1942 


Brannan, Tim 


1970,71,72 


Branner, Cecil 


1919/20/21/22,23 


Brant, Mike 


1967, 68, 69 


Brant, Tim 


1970, 71, 72 


Branthover, Lee 


1970, 71 


Brasher, James 


1947/48/49 


Bray, Leon 


1986 


Brechbiel, Jim 


1973, 74 


Brechbiel, Tom 


1964 


Breedlove, Rod 


1957/58/59 


Brenner John 


1941/42 


Bresnahan, Tom 


1964 


Breunich, Tom 


1952, '53 


Brewer; Edward [UntzJ 


1916, '20, '21 


Brewer, Mac 


1922/23 


Brkovich, Joe 


1981/82/83 


Broqlio, Paul 


1946/47/48 


Bromley, Walter 


1922, '23, '24, '25 


Brooks, CJ. 


2001, 02, '03 


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 |J,B.| 


1985/86/87/88 


Brown, Jason 


1997 


Brown, Robert 


1937/38/39 


Brown, Tim 


1992, '93, 94, 


Brown, Tim 


1996/97 


Brown, Tom 


1960, 61, 62 


Brubaker, Eric 


1975 


Brunson, Wayne 


1985/86/87/88 


Bryan, Thomas 


1901 


Bryant Lamar 


2000, 01, 02, 03 


Bryant, William 


1937 


Brzostowski, Art 


1965/66/67 


Budkoff, Nick 


1936/37 


Bullock, Keith 


1985 


Bungon Dan 


1971,72,73 


Burdelski, Steve 


1983 


Burqee, Dick 


1953. 54, 55 


Burqer, Joe 


1921/22/23/24 


Burqess, Tom 


1977,78,79 


Burqlv, Bill 


1956, '57 


Burke, Pat 


1968/69,70 


Burke, Steven 


1983 


Burke, Terry 


1983/84/85/86 


Burlm, Ralph 


1939. 40. 41 



Burmeistei; Doug 


1984 


Burnett, Doug 


1991/92/93/94 


Burns, Jimmy 


1910 


Burruss. Lloyd 


1976, 77/78/80 


Burton, Bob 


1961 62, 63 


Bury loci 


1962/63 


Buscher Bernu 


1933/34/35 


Buscher, FA 


1932/33 


Butsko, Harry 


1961/62 


Byrd, Kill 


1942 


Byrd, Harry C. ICurleyl 


1905, 06, 07 


Byrom, Bruce 


1977,78,79/80 




Calandra, William 


Brad Carr 

1971 


Caldwell, Rodney 


1982 


Calendine, Eric 


1999 


Callahan, Charles 


1933. 34, '35 


Calta, Keith 


1976,77,78 


Campbell, Joe 


1973,74/75/76 


Carinci, Jan 


1978,79/80 


Carliss, Ernest 


1929/30/31 


Carlson, Rick 


1966/67/68 


Carney, Mike 


1978,79/80 


Carr, Brad 


1974,75/76/77 


Carr, David 


1988, '89 


Carroll, Charles 


'957 


Carroll, Douqlas 


1899 


Carter, AR. 


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 IShortvl 


1929/30/31 


Chamberlain, Glenn 


1977, 78 


Chance, Jamal 


2001, 03 


Chapman, Ted 


1984/85/86 


Charland, Douq 


1992 


Chavez, Mario 


1994/95/96 


Cheeseboro, Omar 


1997/98/99/00 


Chiaverini, Len 


1962/63 


Chisari, Thomas 


1943/44/45 


Chovanes, Eddie 


1941/42/46 


Chnstianson. Dave 


1951 


Christy, Mike 


1998 


Church, C. Grant 


1897/98 


Church, LM. 


1905 


Ciambor, Steve 


1967/68/69 


Cianciulli, Steve 


1978 


Cianelli, Dave 


1949/50/51 


Cichowski, Tom 


1963/64/65 


Cielenskv, Mike 


1973,74,75 


Claiborne, Jonathan 


1975. 76/77 


Clark, Morrison 


1920 


Clark Will 


1996 


Cloud, Everett 


1958, '59, '60 


Cochran, Jamahl 


2001, 02, '03 


Cockey. John 


1902, 03, '04, '05 


Coqqins, Bert 


1916 


Coqqms, In/inq 


1914/15/16 


Colbert Bob 


1967/68/69 


Cote Boh 


1958 



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Cole, Fred 


1956, '57, '58 


Cole, Georqe 


1932 


Collins, - 


1964, '65, '66 


Collins, Gary 


1959, '60, '61 


Collins, Georqe 


1984. '85 


Collins. Kevin 


2000 


Collins, Scott 


1977,78.79 


Coltetyahn, Lloyd 


1951/52 


Colton, Georqe 


1984, '85 


Colvin, Darren 


1990, '91, '92 


Compton, Barnes 


1892/93 


Condie, Dennis 


1960/61 


Condo, Jon 


2001/02/03 


Condon, John 


1949 


Connolly, Jimmy 


2000 


Conrad, Dave 


1974, 75, 76 


Conrad, Luther 


1940. 41, 42 


Conroy Brian 


1984 


Continetti, Reno 


1943/44 


Cooke, Ed 


1955/57 


Cooke, Sam 


1897/98/99 


Cooper, Barney 


1905/06/07 


Cooper, Fred 


1964/65/66 


Cooper, Joe 


1991/92 


Cooper Larry 


1943/44 


Corcoran, Jim 


1962, 63, 64 


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 


1982/83/84/85/86 


Covinqton, Bryant 


1983/84/85/86 


Cowsette, Delbert 


1996/97/98/99 


Cozzi, Richard 


1975 


Cowdrey, Chris 


1970/71/72 


Cox, Curome 


2000/01/02/03 


Cox, Douq 


1983/84 


Cox, Renard 


1998, '99 


Crapster, Jack 


1908 


Crawford, Jason 


2001, '02 


Crawford, Matt 


1999, 00, '01, 02 


Crecca, Joseph 


1932/33 


Crosby Cliff 


1996/97/98 


Crosland, Robert 


1945, 46 


Crossan, Dave 


1960/61/62 


Crothers, Omar |Gus| 


1926/27/28 


Cruz, Moises 


1997/98/00 


Crytzer, Marty 


1951/52/53 


Cumminqs, Brian 


1994/95/96/97 


Cummins, Richard 


1978/79 


Custis, Raymond 


2001/02/03 





D'Addio, Dave 


DaveDAddio 

1979/80/82/83 


D'Amico, Matt 


1985/86/87/88 


D'Atn, Pat 


1984/85 


Dailey, Darnell 


1978, 79, '81 


Daly Ed 


1934, 35/36 


Daly, Leslie 


1943, 44, 45 


Darby Samuel 


1899 


Dare, Howie 


1954, 55, 57 


Davidson, Jim 




Davidson, Troy 




Davis. Fred 




lack 




Davis, Lynn 




Davis, Russell 


1981/82/83 


Davis, Vernon 





Dean, Robert 


1948/49/50 


DeArmas, Dan 


1988/89/90/91 


DeArmas, David 


1992 


DeArmey Frank 


1935/36/37 


DeArmey John 


1938 


DeBruin, Dave 


1991/92 


DeCarlo, Dan 


1974, 75 


DeCicco. Nick 


1955/56/57 


DeFreitas, Gavin 


1999 


Deitz, Guy 


1972/73,74 


DeMoss lames 


1989 


Decker Don 


1951/52 


Deckman, Joe 


1930 


Demczuk, Bernard ISonnvl 


1968, '69 


Dennis, Russell 


1953/54/55 


Dent, Gilbert 


1900 


Dent, Gil 


1926 


DePaul, Bobby 


1982/83 


Derrick, H.B, 


1914/15/16 


DeStephano, Robert 


1950/51/52 


Detko, Cheser 


1960/61/62 


Devon, Joe 


1 S93 


Dewitz, Brent 


1979/80 


DiCaprio, Richard 


1973,74 


Dick, Larry 


1975,77 


Dickerson, Ricardo 


2002, 03 


Dickey, Edmund 


1900 


Dietrich, Leroy 


1958/59/60 


Dietz, Guy 


1973, 74 


Dill, Chris 


1965 


Dill, John 


1967/68/69 


DiMaria, Phil 


1989 


DiOrio, Joe 


1967, 68 


Dittmar, Jack 


1941/42 


Divito, Paul 


1973,74,75 


Doak, Harry 


1906/07 


Dodson, Charlie 


1927/28/29 


Dominic, Brian 


1971 


Donas, Kevin 


1983/84 


Donofrio, Ralph 


1966/67 


Doory, Frank 


1943, 44 


Dorter Don 


1977/78 


Douqals. John 


1976,77 


Downs. Chris 


2001, '02 


Drach, Joseph 


1945/46/47 


Draqan, Douq 


1984 


Drass, Pat 


1959/60/61 


Drimal, Chuck 


1967 


Drozdov, Darren 


1988, '89, '91, '92 


Drozdov, Olaf 


1962/63/64 


Dubis, Jade 


1991, '92, 93, '94 


DuBois, Oscar 


1942 


Duda, Mark 


1979/80/81/82 


Dudish, Mickey 


1976,77,78 


Duffle. Justin 


2002 


Duqan, Jeff 


2000. 01, '02, '03 


Duley Tom 


1931 


Dumas, Eric 


2000,01/02/03 


Dunbar Emmons 


1900/01/02 


Dunham, Duane 


1984/85/86/87 


Dunne, Dave 


1991/92 


Durbin, Mark 


1981 


Dutton. Ken 


1967, '68, '69 


Duvall, Mearle 


1939/40/41 


Dwyer, Frank 


1939 


Dyer, John 


1968/69/70 


Dyson, Gene 


1995 




Earley, Harold 


Howard Eubanks 

1949 


Edel, Sam T. 


1919 


Edmunds, Ferrell 


1984/85/86/87 


Edwards, Jason 


1986 


Edwards, Karl 


1987, '88, '89, '90 


Edwards, Russ 


1995/96/97/98 


Edwards, Tony 


1983/84/85 


Eli, Kevin 


2003 


Ellinqer Charlie 


1934/35/36 


Ellis, Gary 


1978/79 


Emerson, Darryl 


1982 


Emrich, William 


1971 


Ennis, Lou 


1933/34/35 


Ensiqn, Fred 


1992 


Eppley, Geary |Swede| 


1919/20 


Erhard, Jerry 


1970,72 


Esiason, Norman (Boomer] 


1981/82/83 


Eubanks, Howard 


1979/80/81/82 


Evans, Bill 


1974,75 


Evans, Clay 


1907 


Evans, Francis 


1945/46/47/48 


Evans, Orlando 


2003 


Evans, Trey 


1997, 99 


Evans, William 


1928/29/30 


Everhart, Cleveland 


1993 


Everson, William 


1947/48 




Faber, Parker 


Ralph Fisher 

1930/31 


Faloney Bernie 


1951/52/53 


Faucette, Chuck 


1983/84/85/86 


Fazio, Ron 


1982/83/84 


Fanz, Scott 


1978,79/80 


Farrell, Albert 


1932 


Fasano, Rick 


1978,79/80 


Fastuca, Sal 


1944 


Feher Gene 


1961/62/63 


Fehr Walter 


1945/46 


Feldheim, CJ. 


2000, 01, 02, 03 


Felton, Ralph 


1951/52/53 


Fennec Derrick 


2003 


Ferrante, Joe 


1961/62/63 


Fesmeyec Charles 


1901/02 


Feuqill, John 


1995, '96, '97, '98 


Fiddler Bernie 


2001 02, 01 


Fiedor John 


1973 


Fincke, Edward 


1950 


Finkle, Edward 


1988 


Firor, Guy 


1905/06 


Fischer Stanley 


1952 


Fishes Ralph 


1973, 74/75, 76 


Fisher, William 


1930 


Fishman, Jerry 


1963/64 


Fitzgerald, l raig 


1994/95/96 


Fitzpatrick, Paul 


1967/68/69 


Fleece, Rick 


1988/89/90 


FJetChet Andy 


1916/17 


Fletcher, Dwayne 


1958, 59, 60 


Fletcher 1 1 


1935,36 


Flick, Paul 


1942 


Floe Tom 


1957/58, '59 



Flores, Jaime 


1992, 9 


Flynn, Ryan 


zoi 


Flvnn, Tim 


1953, '54, 5 


Foley, Kevin 


IS 9, 


Forbes, John 


1957, 5 


Ford, James 


197 1 


Forrester, James 


1 937, it 


Forte, Shawn 


1 998, '99, 


Fosque, Tim 


199J 


Foster Daniel 


197 


Fotta, Bill 


1 97 


Fowler, Melvin 


1998/99/00. 


Fowlkes, Kevin 


1937, 3 


Fox, Hank 


1949/50. 5 


Foxworth, Domonique 


2001, '02.0 


Franciscus, Tony 


198 


Franklin, Jamie 


1972, 1 


Frattaroli, Joe 


1962, i 


Fraser Quinzy 


1997, 9 


Friedqen, Ralph 


1966, 6 


Fries, Greq 


1968/69.7 


Fntsch, John 


1955, '56.5 


Fritz, Emile 


1945/4 


Fromanq, Steve 


1970/71.7 


Fry, Clarence (Chick] 


1949/50/5 


Fullerton, Ed 


1950/51/5 


Fuller, Clifton 


1892/93/9 


Fulton. Ed 


1973, 74.75,7 


Funk, Mike 


196 


Furman, Jeff 


198 


Furman, Tyrone 


1981/82/8 



Furst, Walter 




Chip Garber 



Gaarn. Tim 


1986/8; 


Gaetz, Norman 


194' 


Gaines, Mike 


1970,71,7; 


Gall, Ed 


1977,78/7! 


Gallaqher, Bob 


195! 


Gait, Pete 


19/ 


Gambino, Lu 


1946/4; 


Garber, Chip 


1975,76/7; 


Gardi, Joe 


1957/58. '5' 


Gareis, Hank 


1967/68/6! 


Garner, Enoch 


1902 


Garrott, William 


1933/3! 


Gary, Guilian 


1998/99/00/0 


Gawlick, Fred 


1965, 66, 6i 


Gayzur, Rudolph 


194! 


Gebhardt, John 


1967, t£ 


Gelbauqh, Stan 


1984, / 


Georqe, Mike 


1998, '9 


Getz, Harry 


19 ! 


Gibbons Charles 


1896/9) 


Gibson, Ray 


19(2 


Gick, Ryan 


1995/91 


Gienqer, Craiq 


19 


Gienqer, Georqe 


1939/<( 


Gierula, Chester 


1947/48, 49. !( 


Gilbert, Herbert 


1918/19, 20, .1 


Giles, Darryl 


1994, 95, 96, ''7| 


Gill, Vernon 


1903, (+i 


Gillespie, Bill 


1967, (9 


Gillespie, Mike 


I993,'4j 


Gilliam, Darryl 


I993.'95,'96/ C 7 


Gilmore, Ed 


1 967, i ? 


Gilmore, John 


1940, -2 


Gioia, Bob 


1980/11 


Giuliano loe 


1986/1/ 


Glamp, Paul 


1976/78,79 



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5lamp, Pete 


1978, 79, '80 


.jleasne^ Don 


1945 


Glenn, Neil 


1 990 


jlover, Kevin 


1982, '83, 84 


Goldman, Luther 


1933 


joode, Joel 


1989, 91 


"lOOdman, Jim 


1946, 47, 48 


jore, Lamont 


1993 94, 95. 96 


jormley John 


1934, '35, '36 


' Vace, Mike 


1966, '67, '68 


jraff, Gustavius 


1892, 93 


5raham, Duey 


1970 


3rant, Bill 


1967, 68 


Srason, Andy 


1898/99 


jraves, Monte 


1999. (Ill 1.11 


jray, Eugene 


1992, 9 J, 94, 95 


3reen, Dean 


1988/89 


jreen. Gene 


1992 


jreene. Tony 


1968/69,70 


jreenstein. Erik 


199 5, 94, 95 96 




1944. 45 


jieqory, Lam/ 


1979 


jret; Harry 


1933 


5ner Ernest 


1997 


5ross James 


1981/82/83 


jroves, JohnJBpotsL 


1919/20/21/22/23 


3uckeyson, Bill 


1934/35/36 


Suerra, Angel 


1992, '93, '94 


junderman, Bobby 


198/. 8/84 


junderman, Ed 


1965, 66 


.junderman. Tom 


1957, '58, '59 


jundry, Jesse 


1921 




Hack, David 


Darryl Hill 

1991, '93, '94 


Hacker Bob 


1959, '60, '61 


Hafer, Robert 


1943 


Haqen. James 


1977 


^Haqerman, Tom 


1942 


"JHaiqler, Reuben 


2002 


Bob 


1967/68 


Hall. Irvinq (BottJel 


1923/24 


Hamilton, Fred 


1955/56/57 


Hamilton. Rovel 


2000 


Hamley. James 


1969 


,Hanes, Morris 


1990 


Hanniqan, John 


1961/62 


L Hanulak, Chet 


1951/52/53 


Harbeit Doug 


1975,76,77 


Hardinq, Samuel (Pop) 


1892/93/94 


'Hardisty, John 


1899, 1900 


•Harraka. Greq 


1982, 83, '84 


,'Harrell, Greq 


1984 


Harriqan, Richard 


2001 


'Hams. Derick 


1974 


Harris, Georqe 


1893/94 


' Hams. Gil 


2000 


Hams. Leon 


1976 


Hams, Richie 


1989/90/91/92 


Hamson, Latrez 


1999, 01, 02, 03 


Harrison, Roland 


1892/93/94 


Hart, R.G. 


1915 


Hatala, Jason 


1997/98/99. 00 


Hatfield, Norm 


1962/63 


Hatter Jim 


1956, '57, '58 


Hatton, Hannibal 


1905/06 


Haussmann, Kevin 


1978 


Havener. Chris 


1980 


Hayes, Chris 


1998 


Hawkins, Ralph 


1955, '56, '57 



Hayden, Courtney 


1930,31 


Hayman, Edgar 


1904 


Headley, Coleman 


1934/35/36 


Heagy Al 


1927, 28,29 


Healv, Don 


1955, 56/57 


Healy Jack 


1955, '56 


Heffner, Fred 


1952, '53 


Heine, Georqe 


1923/24 


Hcint? William 


19/8. 29 


Helbock, Bill 


1942 


Helmer, John 


1 999 


Henley, Andrew 


2001, 02/03 


Henderson, EJ. 


1999/00/01/02 


Henne, Aaron 


1993/94/95/96 


Henninq, Dan 


1985/86/87 


Henry, Erik 


1993 


Hentz, Andre 


1995, 96 


Herzoq, Fred 


1924/25 


Hesprich, Rhett 


1995/96/97 


Hetrick, John 


1966 


Heurinq, Ed 


1954/55/56 


Heward, Harry 


1894, 96 


Hewitt Frederick 


1937. 38 


Hever, Frank 


1940, 41 


Heyer, Stephon 


200/, 03 


Hickey, Tom 


1964 


Hickman. William 


194 3 


Hicks, Chaplain 


1907 08 


Hicks, Eric 


1994/95/96/97 


Hicks, Johnnie 


1993/95/96/97 


Hill, Charles 


1998/99/00/01 


Hill, Darryl 


1963 


Hill, Greq 


1982/83/84 


Hill, Shaun 


2000, 01 


Hillis, Robert 


1943 


Hinebauqh, Wade 


1896/97 


Hindman, E R 


1913/14/15 


Hmes, Frank 


1898, '99 


Hines, Frank, Jr. 


1932 


Hines. Greq 


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, Eric 


1983, '84, '85 


Holinka, Jeff 


1983/84/85 


Hollis, Michael 


1987/88/89/90 


Holmes, Reqqie 


2003 


Holobetz, Corey 


1992/93/94 


Hons, Craiq 


1970 


Hoopenqardner, Joe 


1940/42 


Hoover Kim 


1973,74,75 


Hopson, Mike 


1990/91 


Horninq, Joe 


1951, '52, '53, '54 


Houqh, John 


1922/23/24 


Houqh, Josh 


1996, '97 


Howard, Jeremiah 


1994, '95 


Howard, Tim 


2000 


Hrezo, Joe 


1960/61/62 


Hufman. Jack 


1942 


Huqqms, Jomo 


1998 


Huqhes, Bill 


1984, '85, '86, '87 


Huqhes, Leroy 


1972,73,74,75 


Hull, Mike 


1997/00 


Humber, J.R 


2003 


Humphnes, Howard 


1963/64/65 


Hunt. Max 


1940 


Hunteman, Charles 


1912/13 


Hurd, Art 


1951/52 


Hurson, Edward 


1943 




bZ . H 



Idzik. John 


Wade Inge 

1947/48/49/50 


Iglehart. John 


1905 


Igu', Chris 


1983, '84 


Imphonq, Mike 


1967 


Inqe, Bill 


1990/91/92 


Inqe, Wade 


1992/93/94/95 


IngrarrLStephen 


1990/92/93/94 


Irvine, John 


195/, '53, 54 




Jackson, D'Qwell 


Kris Jenkins 

2002, 3 


Jackson, Fred 


1946 


Jackson, Paul 


1996, '97, '98 


Jackson, Tony 


1997/98/00/01 


James, Bruce 


1995/96/98 


James, Eric 


1998/99/00/01 


James, Robert 


1941, '42, '46 


Jameson, Georqe 


1906 


Jankowski, Gary 


1960. 61. 6/ 


Jarmolowich, Michael 


1989/90/91/92 


Jarmoska, Georqe 


1940/41/42 


Jefferson, Ben 


1985, '87, '88 


Jenkins, Kris 


1997/98/99, 00 


Jennmqs, Ricky 


1973,74,75 


Jenkins, Anthony 


1995/97 


Jerniqan, Cy 


1971,73 


Joe, Leon 


2000/01/02/03 


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 


Joyner Willie 


1981/82/83 





Kalapinski, Matt 



Steve Koziol 

1997/98/99/00 



Kaleo, lohn 


1992 


Kama, Ld 


1966/67/68 


Karangalen, Peter 


1943 


Karnash, Stanley 


1948/49/50 


Kaufman, Norman 


1959, 60 


Kecman, Dan 


1967/68/69 


Kecman, Ron 


1970 71, 7/ 


Keith, Jeff 


1949/51 


Keenan, Charles 


1930, 31. 3/ 


Keenan, John 


1926 27, 28 


Kefauver, Harry 


1898, 99 


Kelley, Chris 


2002, 03 


Kelly, Harold 


1970 


Kemp, William 


1909/10/11 


Kenley, Frank 


1896/97/98 


Kenny, John 


1964/65 


Kensler Ed 


1948/49/50/51 


Kern. Fred 


1957, '58 


Kershaw, William 


200/. 03 


Kershner, Ted 


1956/57/58 


Kessler, Gordon 


1926/27/28 


Kichman, Charles 


1956 


Kiernan, Paul 


1931/32 


Kilqallen, Jim 


1953 


KJIIian. Chad 


2001/02 


Kinard, Ben 


1973,74 


Kinq, John 


1968/69 


KinneyJTugene 


1945/46/47/48 


Kinney, Vince 


1975,76,77 


Kirchiro, Bill 


1959/60/61 


Kiselak M4e 


1987/88/89 


Kishpauqh, WM. 


1913/14/15/16 


Klaube, Ted 


1975,76/77 


Klein, Robert 


1984/85/86/87 


Klinqerman, Douq 


1964/65 


Kloppmeyer, Charles 


1906 


Kniqht, Chris 


1983, '85 


Knode, Bobby 


1916/17/18/19 


Knode, Ken 


1911/12/13/14/15 


Koch, Peter 


1981/82/83 


Koehler, Huqh |Pop| 


1909/10/11/12 


Koelle, Raymond 


1930, '31 


Kolarac, Georqe 


1954, '55, '56 


Kolencik, Frank 


1979/80/81/82 


Kolodne, Walter 


1943 


Kolmo, Bill 


1956 


Kopka, Brian 


1997, '98, '99, '00 


Koprowski, Marion 


1973,74,75 


Koziol, Steve 


1976,77,78 


Krahlinq, Chick 


1964/65 


Kraicovic, Jess 


1929/30/31 


Kramer, Marvin 


1949, '50 


Kramer, Paul 


1953 


Krantz, Bob 


2000 


Kraus, Joe 


1983, '84 


Kreider, John 


1979, '80, '81 


Kremus, Jason 


1991, 93 


Kronberq, Vic 


198/ 


Krouse, William (Sully) 


1939/40 


Krouse, Raymond 


1947/48/49/50 


Kubany, Glenn 


1968/69 


Kuchta, Joe 


1948/49/50 


Kurz. Jim 


1946 




Lacy. Michael 


Mike Lewis 

1992 


Ladyqo, Peter 


1950, '51 


Landolt, Dean 


1968 


Laneve, Ron 


1957, '58 


Lanqe, Robert 


1973, 74 



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Laniqan, Pat 


1924, '25 


Lanqlie, Matt 


2000 


Larkin, Bob 


1980 


Larkin, Edward 


1971 


LaRue, James 


1947, '48, '49 


Larv, Ralph 


1977. 78,79, '80 


Latham. Ector 


1922, '23 


Lattimer, Charles 


1951, '52. '53 


Lauqhery, Bob 


1952 


Lavine, Stanford 


1948, '49 


Lavruskv, Jim 


1965. '66, '67 


Lawrence, Douq 


1 990, 9 1 , 92 


Lawrence, Georqe 


1938, '39 


Lawrence, James 


1968 


Lawrynas, Ben 


1 992 


Lawson, J.W 


1892 


Layman, Bob 


1956. '57. '58 


Lazaro, Bill 


1958, '59 


Lazzarino, Joe 


1954. '55 


Leatherman, John 


1926 


Lebida, Mark 


2000 


LeGore, Walter 


1904 


LeHayne, Alfred 


1975 


Lewis, Dickie 


1956. '57, '58 


Lewis, Garner 


1924 


Lewis, Grenville 


1894/95 


Lewis, Jermaine 


1 992, '93, 94, 95 


Lewis, Mike 


1979, '80, '81, '82 


Lewis, Reqqie 


1999, 00, '01 


Lewis, Ron 


1962/63 


Liebold, Leland 


1952 


Lillibndqe. John 


1896. '97 


Lilly, Hank 


1963 


Lindsay, Paul 


1951 


Linkous, Fred 


1925, 26/27 


Lishack, Michael 


1971 


Littles, Rod 


1998/99/00/01 


Livingston. Phil 


1978/79 


Uoyd, Edward 


1938/39 


Lombard, Henry 


1928/29 


Lombardo, Lou 


2001/02 


Loncar, Ed 


1977/78 


Loomis, Lynn 


1912/13 


Lorton, Kyle 


1979/80 


Lovett, Billy 


1966/67/68 


Lowery, Bren 


1986/87/88/89 


Luckey Georqe 


1923/24 


Lumsden, Milton 


1919 40 


Lunn, Cameron Hubby! 


1906. 07 


Lutz, James 


1943 


Lyqht, Erwyn 


1996/97/98/99 


Lynch, James 


2000, 01, '02 


Lynch, Leonard 


1981/82/83/84 


Lytle, Ken 


1993, 95 




Maarleveld, J.D. 


Mark Mason 

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, 00, 07 


Mackert, Roy 


1919, 20 


Maddox, Alvm 


1976, 77. 78 


Mrtdigan. George 


1973 29 


Mahnic, Robert 


1969, 70 


Main. Wilbur 


1956/57 


Makar, James 


1943 


Maldonado, Sammy 


2003 



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 


Martell, James 


1970, 71.72 


Martin, Andre 


1993 


Martin, Andy 


1963/64 


Martin, Bill 


1957/58 


Martin, Charles 


1963/64 


Martme, Roy 


1950, '51 


Mason, Mark 


1990/91/92/93 


Massey. Paul 


1946 


Massey. Tom 


1898 


Massie, Leonard 


1969,70,71 


Mastrole, Ken 


1996, '97, '98 


Matera, Brian 


1977,78,79 


Matthews, J. Marsh 


1900/01/02 


Matthews, James 


1989 


Mattia, Peter 


1968/69.70 


Mattis, Bob 


1982 


May, Charlie 


1929, '31 


Mayer Georqe 


1904 


Mavhew John 


1932 


Mayo, Edmund 


1903 


McBnen, Scott 


2002, '03 


McCall, Calvin 


1999, 00 


McCarthy John 


1936/37 


McCarthy, Joseph 


1944/45 


McCarthy, Patrick 


1943/46 


McCaw Stewart 


1934 


McDonald, John 


1927/28/29 


McDonald, Ryan 


2003 


McFadden, Bill 


1981/82 


McFadden, Earl 


1943 


McGonniqal, Brett 


1988 


McHale, Tom 


1983 


McHuqh. Thomas 


1947. '48, '49. '50 


McLauqhlm, Tom 


1935 


McLuckie, Tom 


1952/53/54 


McManus, Edward 


1970,71 


McNeil, Paul 


1940 


McNutt. Alonzo 


1905 


McPhearson, Gerrick 


2002 


McQuade, Jack 


1921/22/23 


McQuade, Thomas 


1949 


McQueen, Lorie 


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 


1963/65 


Melcher, Mick 


1963/64/65 


Melendez, Dan 


2002 03 


Merrills, Mario 


2002, 03 


Mernman, Shawne 


2002, 03 


Merritt, Roland 


1968, 69 


Mesner Bruce 


1983/84/85/86 


Mess, RW 


1913/14 


Messina. Brad 


1997/98/99 


Michael, R.M. 


1916 


Mier, Jack 


1941/42 


Mike, David 


1993 


Mike-Mayer, Steve 


1977, 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, 03 


Miller, Doug 


1982 



Miller, Gary 


1963 


Miller, Mike 


1975, 76 


Miller, Tom 


1969,70,71 


Milliqan, John 


1993 


Millmq, James 


1984/85/86/87 


Miloszewski, Dick 


1950/51/52 


Miloszewski, John 


1966 


Minion, Ed 


1933/34/35 


Mitchell, Hanson 


1896 


Mitchell, John 


1931/32 


Mitchell. Parker 


1892, '93 


Mitchell, Walter 


1900/01/02/03 


Modzelewski, Dick 


1950/51/52 


Modzelewski, Edward 


1949/50, '51 


Molster, Charley 


1918 


Molster, James 


1947 


Mona, Joe 


1959/60, '62 


Mondroff, Pershmq 


1937/39 


Monroe, Scooter 


1999/00/01/02 


Mont, Tom 


1941, '42, '46 


Montgomery Tom 


1913 


Moore, Eric 


1970 


Moore, John 


191 9/20/2 1/22 


Moore, Robert 


1995 


Moran, J, Patrick 


1944 


Morqan, Bob 


1951/52/53 


Morhinweq, Fred 


1917 


Morris, Scott 


1943 


Morris, William ICountryl 


1912/13 


Morrison, Clark 


1921 


Mortensen, Carl 


1966 


Morter, LaRoy 


1945/46 


Morton, Carl 


1986 


Morton, John 


1939/40/41 


Moss, Joseph 


1949/50/51 


Motley, Mark 


1994, 95 


Moye-Moore, Marlon 


1998/99/00/01 


Mudd, Khostka 


1909, 10, '11 


Mueller, John 


1940 


Mueller Leo 


1938, '39, '40 


Muffler, Joe 


1976,77.78 


Muller, Mike 


1980/81/82 


Mulliken, Clarence 


1894 


Murphy Bill 


1972, 73 


Murphy Joe 


1939/40 


Murphy Matt 


1998, '99, '00, '01 


Murphy, Scott 


1975 


Myers, Dutch 


1918/19 


Myrtle, Chip 


1964/65/66 


Myslinski. Tom 


1965/66, 67 





Dick Novak 



Nairn, Roland 


1950 


Nalewak, Ron 


1964/65 


Namath, Frank 


1990 


Nardo, Anthony 


1942 


Nardo, Dave 


1962/63 


Nash, John 


1973, 74, 75 


Nash, John 


1980/81/82 


Navarro Ir.mk 


1950 51 52 


Naylor Ralph 


1900/0 1/02 


Neal, Tommy 


1983/84/85/86 


Nelligan, Bert 


1896 


Nelson. Richard 


1932/33/34 


Nelson, Richard 


1986/87/88 


Nesbit, Andy 


1918/19/20/21/22 


Nestor, Paul 


195! ;; 


Neville Al 


1971 72, 73 


Nick, Glenn 


1977 


Nickla Ed 


1958 



Niederhelman, Joe 


I982,'t3j 


Nolan, Dick 


1952, '5 3| 


Norris, John 


1930/:i 


Norton, Patrick 


19'2 


Novak, Dick 


1959/60/61 


Novak, Nick 


2001, '02, '03 


Nusz, Dave 


1953/54/55 




Gene Ochap 



Oberle, Ken 


1987, '88, '89, '9C 


Oberlin, Lyman 


1914/15/16 


Ochap, Gene 


1974.75,76 


O'Connor, Ed 


1952 


Odell, Dave 


1976 


O'Donnell, Dick 


1954 


O'Donnell, Joe 


1994/95/96 


O'Donnell, Neil 


1987/88/89 


Oertly Fred 


1893 


Oqboqu, Eric 


1994/95/96/97 


Oqle, Kendall 


1994, '96, '97, '98 


O'Hara, Dennis 


1968/69,71 


O'Hare, Tim 


1978 


Oifebeson, Whitney 


1915 


Okanlawon, Tony 


1998, '99, 00,01 


Olavarna, Luis 


1992/93 


Olecki, Bruce 


1967/69 


Oliveras, Ramon 


1997 


Olkewicz, Neal 


1976,77,78 


Onwuemene, Onnie 


2002. '03 


Orta, Ralph 


1989/90/91 


Osborn, Downey 


1923/24 


Osier, Jerry 


1962 


Owen, Norman 


1943 




Glenn Page 



Pacella, David 


1979/80, '81,'8i 


Paqnucci, Romeo 


1919/20/21 


Paqe, Calvin 


1901 


Page, Glenn 


1987 88 89, c 3 


Palahunik, George 


1952/53, V 


Palanda, Michael 


197) 


Palmer Bruce 


1976,77, 7: 


Panaqos, Jim 


1991, '9i 


Pancza, Joe 


1967 


Paouchis, John 


197 


Paredes, Ramon 


1985 e< 


Parker, Alvm 




Parker David 


1981 


Parker Tommj 


1983/84/85, '£: 


Parson John 


1926, 21 


Parson Rich 


2001 02, 0: 


Parsons, Jim 


1952 53 54/5! 


Pastrana, Alan 


1965, 66/6! 


Patterson Doug 


1997, 99, 0! 


Pearson Ron 


1 966, 67, '( ! 


Pease, Al 


1929/30/31 




1978. 7i 


Pelleqnni, Bob 




Pennington, Victor 


1911 


Perlo Phil 


1955, c > 


Perry, Bruce 


1999 7001 02 V. 



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Peters, Francis 


1898 99, 1900 


Petition, Richie 


1984, '85, '86, '87 


Petronaci, John 


1971 


Petruzzo, Joseph 


1950/51 


Petry, Phil 


1964, 65 


Pettit, Bill 


1964 


Phillips, Al 


1946, 47 48 


Phillips, Wince 


1990 


Phoenix, Richard 


1992 


Pietrowski, Joseph 


1945 


Piker, Robert 


1945 


Pinck, Guy 


1 904 


Piper Dan 


1960, '61, '62 


Pirronello, William 


1943 


Pitzer, John 


1930 


Plank, Kevin 


1992, '93, '94, '95 


Pbsnia Dutch 


1921 




1966, 67, 68 


Dan 


1935, 86, 87, 88 


Pobuk, Ed 


1948, '49, '50 


Podlesh Adam 


2003 


Poiing. William 


1945, '46 


Pollock, George (RosyJ 


1921,72, '23 


Polyanski, Stan 


1955 


Pompev, Kevin 


1990 


Pcniatowski, Hank 


1959/60. '61 


Poppelman. Ray 


1930/31/32 


Posy Gilbert 


1909/10/1 1 


Posey, Walter 


1913/14/15/16/17 


Pouleur, A.L. 


1902/03 


Powers, Warren 


1985/86/87/88 


Prouqh, Pearse 


1892, '93 


Prunzik, Dan 


1989/90/91/92 


Psira, Ken 


1960 


Pue, Dick 


1892/93 


Puqh. Bill 


1981 


Puqh. Charlie 


1927 


Puqh, Ed 


1921/22/23/24 


Purvis, Bart 


1971, 72, 73 




Quan d et Timmy 



Queen, C. J. 



Timmy Quander 



1982 



1896 




Raba, Robert 


Robert Raba 

1973, 74, 75, 76 


Radice, Julie 


1928, '29 


Rae, Tom 


1960/61/62 


Raedy, Mike 


1918/19 


Rather Darrick 


1993/94/95 


Ratliff. Don 


1970.71,72 


Reaqan, Ron 


1989/90/91/92 


Reed Dee 


1993 


Reqan. Edward 


1992,93 


Reich, Frank 


1983/84 


Rally. Charles 


1969,70,71 


Rally, Jack 


1960 


Ratz. Mike 


1972 


Renaldo. Chns 


1982/83 


Rezzelle, Rvan 


1995, '96, 97, '98 


Rhodes, Brad 


1995, '96, '97, '98 


Rhodes, Don 


1977 


Ribnitzkv, Fred 


1929 



Rich, M.N 


191',, 16 


Richard:,, Dean 


1975/76,77,78 


Richey, James 


1975 


Ridgeley, Charles 


1897 


Ridqley Terry 


1982, '84 


Riendeau Brian 


1980, HI 


Rigby, Cornell 


1992 


Rigby Elmer 


1940, 41, 4,' 


Riggleman, Mickey 


19// 7 3 


Riggs, M Talbot 


1919 


Riley, Marc 


1999, 00, 01 


Roberts, Augie 


1927/28/29 


Roberts, Georqe 


1928 


Roberts, Guy 


1969, 70, 71 


Roberts, Ike 


2001 


Roberts, Richard 


1993, 94 


Robertson, Gilbert 


1899 


Rock Waltei 


I960, 61, 62 


Rock Wilbur 


1943 44 


Rodenberqer, Jeff 


1979/80/81 


Rodqers, Buddy 


1994, '95, '96, '97 


Rodqers, Michael 


1992 


Rog Ed 


1962 


Roqers, Bill 


1983, '84 


Roqers, Jerry 


1978, 79 


Roqers, Kenny 


1996, '97, '99 


Roqers, Stan 


1972, 73, 74 


Rollins, W T. 


1892/93/94 


Romano, Frank 


1972, 73, 74 


Roonev, 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 


Ruffnet 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 




Sabrowski, Jon 


Ernie Salley 

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 


Santacroce, Leonard 


1970 


Santy, Tony 


1965/66/67 


Sappinqton, Earl 


1899 


Saunders, Oswald 


1908/09 


Savior, Scott 


1986/87/88/89 


Scarbath, Dick 


195S 


Scarbath, Jack 


1950/51/52 


Schaefer. Rich 


1963/64 



Schick, Tom 


19/1 74, 75 


Schmaltz, Richard 


1974, 76 


Schmitt, Jeff 


1983 


Schmitt, Kyle 


2001, '02, 03 


Schankweiler Scott 


1983/84/85 


Schnebley, Robert 


1942 


Schneider, Leroy 


194 3 


Schoenherr, Charley 


1943 


Schrecongost, John 


1945 


Schroy Ken 


1972, 73 74 


Schultz, Eddie 


1983/84 


Schultz, Ferdinand 


1945 


Schultz, John 


197 3, 74, 75 


Schwartz Robert 


1975 


Schwartz Victor 


1957/58, 59 


Schwarz, Edward 


1945, '46, '47, '48 


Si hwarz, Kurt 


1957/58/59 


Scioscia, Karnev 


1949, '50, '51 


Scott, Chad 


1995, 96 


Scott, Georqe 


1976/77 


Scott, Henry 


2003 


Scott, Ken 


1971,72,73 


Scott, Sean 


1984/85/86/87 


Scott, Vincent 


1958/59/60 


Scotti, Ben 


1956, '57, '58 


Scotti, Tony 


1958, '59 


Scriber, Spencer 


1980/82/83 


Scriber, Stephon 


1984/85/86 


Seder, Larry 


1975, 76, 77 


Seibert, Vernon 


1946, '47, '48, '49 


Selep, Tom 


1954, '56 


Semler, Eddie 


1920/21/22 


Senft, Brad 


1978,79/80 


Senior, Jethro 


1980 


Settino, Joe 


1931 


Settles, Mike 


1993/94/95 


Sevmore, 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 


Shauqhnessy, Emmett 


1946 


Shawell, Keno 


1993 


Shelton, Carl 


1970,71 


Shemonski, Bob 


1949/50/51 


Sherman, Franklin 


1896 


Sherman, Henry 


1893 


Shihda, Georqe 


1573, 74, 75 


Shime, William 


2000, 01, 02 


Shiner, Dick 


1961/62/63 


Shipley, Burt 1908, 


09, 10, 11. 12. 13 


Shipley, James 


1897. 93 


Shipley Richard 


1952/53/54 


Shoals, Roqer 


1960, 61. 62 


Shockey, Don 


1940 


Shoffler Karl 


1938 


Shuqars, Jeff 


1969,70/71 


Shure, Richard 


1985/86/87 


Sievers, Eric 


1976,77,78/80 


Sikvala, Mukala 


1999/00 


Siljkovic, 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, Gerov 


1993/94/95/96 


Simon, Mike 


1976.77/78 


Simpson, John 


1932/33/34 


Simpson, Mike 


1962 


Sims, Ashley 


1996 



Sisler, Paul 


1993 


Skarda, Jim 


IV',': J 


Skinner, W W 


1892 


Skotnicki, Frank 


1937, 38, '39 


Slanmka, Richard 


1968, 69, 70 


Smith, Andrew 


2000, '02, '03 


Smith, Blair 


1935/36/37 


Smith, Bob 


1939, 40 


Smith, Bob 


1972,73,74 


Smith, Corey 


1998/99 


Smith, Eaqer 


1899 


Smith, Irvin 


1985, 36, '87, 38 


Smith, Jamie 


1916 


Smith, Ken 


1960/61/62 


Smith, Les 


1944, '45 


Smith, Maurice 


2001, '02, 03 


Smith, Scott 


7000, 01, 02, 03 


Srnit^_Weslex_ 


1902/04 


Snader, Chris 


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 


Sonntaq. Ralph 


1967/68/69 


Soporowski, Raymond 


1969,70,71 


Soma, John 


1984/85/86/87 


Sorrentmo, Pete 


1995 


Sothoron, Norwood 


1932/34 


Speer, Talbot 


1915 


Spinelli, Dennis 


1986/87/88/89 


Sprmqer, Bruce 


1965 


Stable. Sydney 


1909 


StafAeri, Dan 


1950/51/52 


Staffileno, Ron 


1990/91/92 


Staines, Pat 


1987 


Stala, Dom 


1952 


Stalfort, Carl 


1933/34/35 


Stalnaker Wally 


1967/68/69 


Stanford, John 


1975,76,77 


Stankus, Ray 


1951/52 


Starks, Randy 


2001, '02, 03 


Starner, Sean 


1999, '00 


Statham, Joel 


2003 


Steele, Derek 


1989/90/91 


Steff. Tom 


1955/56/57 


Sterner, Ted 


1969/70,71 


Stem, Georqe 


1964, '65 


Stephens, Todd 


1981 


Steppe, Bill 


1957, '58 


Sterlmq, Rob 


1986 


Stern, 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 


Srjckel, 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 


Stubljac Mike 


1967/68/69 


Stull, James 


1967/69 


Stump, Douq 


1989, '90 


Stump, James 


S95 ?6 


Sturdivant, Mark 


1990/91/92/93 


Suchy. Bob 


1955/56 


Suqqs. Ed 


1991 


Sukeena, Dick 


1961 


Sullivan, Bob 


1963. '64, '65 



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Sullivan, Jerry 


1917, 18, '19, '20 


Sullivan, Sean 


1983, 85, '86 


Suplee, Mitch 


1988, '89, '90, '91 


Supplee, Bill 


1923, '24, '25 


Surqent, Mike 


1 935. 36. 37 


Sutman Anthony 


1998 


Suter, Steve 


2002, '03 


Swift, Ryan 


1998, '99, 00, 01 


Swmqle, Dan 


1984 


Sydnor, Chad 


1985, '86, '87, '88 


Svmons, Thomas 


1898, 99 




'*bJBl. 



Ulam, James 


James Ulam 

1977, 


78 


Ulam, Pat 


1972,73, 


74 


Ulman, Bernie 


1939, '40, 


41 


Underwood, Brian 


1994, '95, '96, 


'97 




Tamburello, Frank 



1954, '55 




Tarbuton, Clyde 


1914, '15, '16 


Tarqarona, Jack 


1949, '50 


Tate, Darnell 


1970 


Tauszky Carroll 


1907 


Taylor, David 


1981 


Taylor, Kevin 


1982 


Tenney, Edward 


1925, '26 


Terranova, David 


1992 


Terry, Richard 


1943 


Teslovitch, Michael 


1943 


Teter, John 


1992. '93, '94 


Thomas, Al 


1968, '69, 70 


Thomas, Ben 


1997 


Thomas, Gene 


1990, '91 


Thomas. Lewis (KnockyJ 


1925, '26, '27 


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, Vince 


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, 'II 


Trexler, Charles 


1951, '52 


Trimble, Steve 


1978, 79, '80 


Troha, John 


1947, '48. '49. '50 


Troll, Robert 


1943. '44 


Troxell, Walter 


1925 


Trust, Don 


I960 


Tucker, Hubert 


1942 


Tucker, Joe 


1947, '48, '49 


Tucker, Robert 


1970. 71. 72 


Tullai, Fred 


1955 


Turner, Bill 


1955, 56. 5/ 


Turner, J.M. 


1901 


Turyn, Vic 


1945, '46, '47, '48 


Tuschak, Richard 


1943 


Tweedy, James 


1970, /l 72 


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1982, 84, 85 


Tyler. Ed 


2002, 03 



Martin Van Horn 



Vanderhout, Greq 


1979, '80, '81 


Van Heusen. Billy 


1965, '66, '67 


Van Horn Marlin 


1977, 78, 79 


Van Reenan. Don 


1960 


Van Sickler, 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 


Vierra, Ken 


1985 


Vince, Larry 


1966/68 


Vincent, Reqinald 


1940, 41, '42 


Vincent, Rufus 


1932 


Visaqqio, Dave 


1972,73,74 


Vncin, Milan 


1964, '65, '66 




Waerig, John 


JoeWilkms ]m , 99 


Waqenheim, Phil 


1973. 74 


Walker, Arnold 


1987 


Walker, Bill 


1953, '54, '55 


Walker, Clarence 


1894 


Walker Frank 


1900 


Walker, Jo Jo 


2002, '03 


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 


Waltei lohn 


1920 


Wallers, Harry 


1973,74 


Walton, Kendnct 


1994, '96, '97, '98 


Walton, Robert 


1936,37 


Ward, Bob 


1948, 49, 50 51 


Ward, Chris 


1976,77,78 


Wain, Fran* 


1908/09 


Warn Kevin 


1972/73 


Ward, Pa! 


1994, 95. 96, 97 


Warfield, Jack 


1939 


Warfield, toshua 


1900 01 


Waseleski, Barry 


1984 


Washington, Larry 


1991/93 


Washington. Lynde 


1996. 97/98 



Waters, Jean 


1954/55/56 


Waters, John 


1924/25 


Watkins, Ben 


1896 


Watkins, James 


1970/71 


Watkins, Jon 


1999 


Watkins, Mitch 


1994/95/96 


Watson, Ken 


1976,77 


Watson, Tim 


1993/95/96 


Watts, Harry 


1901/02/03 


Waxman, Adam 


1996 


Weatherly Drew 


2003 


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 


Weidmqer, Charlie 


1936/37/38 


Weimer Clay 


1892 93 


Weiss, Don 


1972/73 


Welsh, Georqe 


1899 


Wentworth, Georqe 


1903 


Werner. Hubert 


1942/47/48 


Westlev, Harold 


1996/98/99 


Wethinqton, Ray 


1970/71,72 


Whalev, 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, E M. 


1908 


White, Floyd 


1970/71 


White, Henry 


1912 


White, Randy 


1972,73,74 


White Waller 


1973/74 


White, Wellstood 


1904 


Whitmer, Daryl 


1998/99/00/01 


Whittle, Tim 


1979/81/82 


Whittier, Scott 


1986/87/88/90 


Widmyer, Earl 


1932/33/34 


Wiestlmq, Chad 


1990/91/92/93 


Wikander, Gary 


1961 


Wike. Todd 


1999, '00, '01, 02 


Wilkms. Joe 


1979/80/81/82 


Williamowsky William 


1943 


Williams, Avey 


1915/16 


Williams, Allen 


1993. 94 


Williams, Curtis 


2001, 03 


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1910/11/12/13 


Williams, Jafar 


2000/01/02/03 


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1993 


Williams, Madieu 


2002, 03 


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1993/94/95/96 


Willis, Vic 


1934/35/36 


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2000/01/02/03 


Wilson, Eric 


1981/82/83/84 


Wilson, James 


1986, 87 


Wlson, Josh 


2003 


Wilson, Len 


1912 


Wilson, Mark 


1980, 81 


Wilson, Roger 


1905/06/07 


Wilson, Tim 


1974.75/76 


Wilson, William 


1974, 75 76 


Wimbush, Marcus 


2003 


Wingate, Elmer 


1947, 48, 49/50 


Winqfield, Wayne 


1979/80/81/82 


Wmslow J L 


1903 


Wolfe. Perry 


1943 


Wolfe, William 


1935 36, 37 


Wondrack, Arthur 


1926.27/28 



Wood, Erick 


1992/93, 94H 


Wood, William 


1930, 32M 


Woodeshick, Kevin 


1993. ?W 


Woods, Al 


1930/31. 3jl 


Woodward, A N. 


1910S 


Wooters, Arthur 


1892. '93, '"M 


Worth, Mike 


I995.96JB 


Word, Jason 


1995B 


Worthmqton, Arthur 


1892,1 


Wriqht, Darryl 


1984, '85/86, 87|B 


Wriqht, Jack 


I941/42/46M 


Wriqht, Todd 


1979.81 1 


Wu, Jamie 


1997/98/99B 


Wyatt, Kervin 


1976, 77. 78.79H 


Wycheck, Frank 


1990, '91/92B 


Wyres, James 


1 970.7 ifl 


Wysocki, Charlie 


1978 79/80/8 ifl 




Vmny Xanthos 



Xanthos, Vinny 



19961 




Yarnell, Dennis 




Joe Younqe 

1971 


Yeaqer, Charles 


IBuddvl 


1933/34,35 


Yeates, Mike 




1975,76,77 


York, Bob 




1964/65/66 


Younq, Darin 




1996 


Younq, Walter 




1921/22/23 


Younqe, Joe 




1972,74,75 




Pete Zachary 



Zachary, Pete 



1973.74/75 



Zan noni, Steve 



1972,73/74 



Zernhelt. John 



1974. 7 6. 77 



Zetts, Michael 



1943 



Zizakovic, Lubo 



1988/ 89/90/9 1 



Zillman, Pat 



1979/80/81 



Zolak. Scott 



1989/90 



Zulick. Charlie 



193) 



ZullCk, Fall 



1925, 26, 27 






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MARYUIND^wyr^ X 



A 



ALL-TIME 
BOWL 

RESULTS 




Record in Bowls: 8-10-2 

Jan. 1, 1948 ■ Gator Bowl 

Maryland 20, Georgia 20 

Jan. 2, 1950 • Gator Bowl 

Maryland 20, Missouri 7 

Jan. 2, 1952 • Sugar Bowl 

Maryland 28, Tennessee 1 3 

Jan. 1, 1954 • Orange Bowl 

Oklahoma 7, Maryland 

Jan. 2, 1956 • Orange Bowl 

Oklahoma 20, Maryland 6 

Dec. 28, 1973 • Peach Bowl 

Georgia 1 7, Maryland 1 6 

Dec. 16, 1974 ■ Liberty Bowl 

Tennessee 7, Maryland 3 

Dec. 29, 1975 • Gator Bowl 

Maryland 1 3, Florida 

Jan. 1, 1977 • Cotton Bowl 

Houston 30, Maryland 2 1 

Dec. 22, 1977 • Hall of Fame Bowl 

Maryland 1 7, Minnesota 7 

Dec. 23, 1978 • Sun Bowl 

Texas 42, Maryland 

Dec. 20, 1 980 ■ Tangerine Bowl 

Florida 35, Ma ryland 20 



Dec. 25, 1982 • Aloha Bowl 

Washington 2 1 , Maryland 20 

Dec. 17, 1983 • Florida Citrus Bowl 

Tennessee 30, Maryland 23 

Dec. 22, 1 984 ■ Sun Bowl 

Maryland 28, Tennessee 27 



Dec. 21, 1985 • Cherry Bowl 

Maryland 35, Syracuse 18 

Dec. 15, 1990 ■ Independence Bowl 

Maryland 34, Louisiana Tech 34 



Jan. 2, 2002 • FedEx Orange Bowl 

Florida 56, Maryland 23 



Dec. 31, 2002 > Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl 

Maryland 30, Tennessee 3 



Jan. 1, 2004 • Toyota Gator Bowl 

Maryland 41, West Virginia 7 



GATOR 
BOWL 



Gator Bowl 
Jacksonville 
Jan. 1.1948 



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MARYLAND 20 
GEORGIA 20 



In front of the first capacity crowd in Gator Bowl history, 1 6,666, 
Maryland's Lu Gambino was a one-man wrecking crew, rush- 
ing for 1 65 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 guarter to tie the game. The 
Bulldogs threatened to win the game in the closing seconds, 
but time ran out with Georgia on Marylands four-yard line. De- 
spite the tie, there was no guestion as to the games most valu- 
able player, Gambino won the Burkhalter Award, signifying the 
game's outstanding performer Gambino was inducted into the 
Gator Bowl Hall of Fame in 1 992. 



"Vfrt* Sc&ce 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



Maryland 



— 



Georgia 



2 -UM - Gam bi no 3 5 -yard run IMcHuqh kick) 



3-UG - Rauch I -yard run |Gen kick} 



3-UM ■ Gambino 1-yard run (kick failed! 



3-UM ■ Gamb ino 24-y ard pass from Baroni [McHuqh_kickJ_ 
4-UG ■ Gen 4-yard run [kick failed ) 



4-UG ■ Donaldson 9-yard pass from Rauch |Gen kick| 



UM 



UG 



First Downs 



Rushing Yards 



247 



216 



Passing 



127 



190 



Comp-Att-lnl 



12-20-1 



Punts-Avq 



544 



440 



Fumbles-Lost 



M 



2-1 



Penalties-Yards 



5-66 



4-80 



RUSHING-Maryland, Gambino 22-165, Idzik 2-32. Bonk 5-23. LaRue 
4-24, Turyn 4-9, Brown 2-6, Tucker 2-3, Siebert 3-3, Roth 3-|-l 6|. Geor- 
gia, Donaldson 1 0-69. Gen 7-56, Henderson 848, Reid 746. Nestorak 
3-6, Bodme 3-2, Bradberry 1-2. Brunson 3-1-21, Rauch 3 1-1 0). 
PASSIN G-Maryland, Baroni 7-14-127. Georgia, Rauch 12-20-190. 
Atl: 16,666 




Maryland celebrates its first bowl in 1 948. 



GATOR 
BOWL 



Gator Bowl 
Jacksonville 
Jan. 2. 1 950 




insimii 



S 



MARYLAND 20 

_7_ 



Three times in the first half Missouri turned the ball over, and al 
three times Maryland scored a touchdown as the Terrapins de 
feated the Tigers, 20-7, to earn their first-ever postseason vie 
tory. The Terrapin running attack, led by Bob Shemonski anc 
Ed Modzelewski, amassed 266 rushing yards, the second-mos 
by a Maryland bowl team. Maryland defensive back John Idzil 
set up Marylands first score with a 26-yard interception retun 
to the Tiger 1 1 -yard line. Shemonski scored on a sweep on thi 
next play for the go-ahead touchdown. Shemonski scored agair 
on a six-yard run late in the second quarter to put the Terps up 
20-0. 



"FtfS Octree 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 





7 


13 


— 


20 


Missouri 








7 - 


7 




l-UM- Shemonski 1 


-yard 


run IDean kickl 






2-UM - Modzelewski 3-yarc 


run (kick failed 






2-UM - Shemonski 6 


yard run IDean kick| 








un IGlonoso kick| 






4-MO - Klein 4-yard 












UM 


MO 




First Downs 




11 


13 




Rushmq Yards 




266 


100 




Passing 




16 


167 




CompiMt-Int 




2-17-1 


1 1-29-3 




Punts-Avg 




7-39.0 


3-38.0 




Fumbles-Lost 




l-l 


5-5 




Penalties-Yards 




63 


10 







Att: 18.409 



^ k / +- ' 



4* 




Bob Shoo-Shoo Shemonski goes for a TD vs. Mis sow i 



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SUGAR 
BOWL 

Tulane-Sugar 
Bowl 

New Orleans 
Jan. 2, 1 952 







MtllUII , r . TENNESSEE 



MARYLAND 28 
TENNESSEE 1 3 



n what may have been perhaps the biggest win in Maryland 
ootball history, the Terps upset No. 1 -ranked and regular sea- 
ion national champion Tennessee. 28-13, in the 1952 Sugar 
3owl. The Terps were led by running back Ed "Mighty Mo" 
Modzelewski [153 yards on 28 carries] and the brilliant play of 
unning back/defensive back Ed Fullerton who scored two 
auchdowns and threw for another. The Terps put the game 
xit of reach in the third quarter with a 46-yard interception 
i: or a touchdown by Fullerton, giving the Terps a 28-6 lead. 
Maryland finished the season with an overall record of 1 0-0-0 
wd a No. 3 national ranking. 



| IJL 

Maryland 



2nd 3rd 4th 



14 



7 







28 



Tennessee 



I4JM Fullerto n 2-yard run IDe cker kick| 



2AJM shemonski 7-yard pass from Fullert on IDecker kickl 
2-UM ■ Scarbath 1 -yard" r un (Decker fade) 



2-UT ■ R echichar 4-yard pass from Payne ( kick failed] 
3-UM ■ Fullerton 46-yard interception return IDecker kickl 



^^^^^ 




UM 


UT 


First Downs 


18 


12 


Rusnmq Yards 


289 


81 


1 Passinq 


63 


75 


CompAtt-Int 


7-1 3-1 


9-19-4 


Return Yards 


29 


16 


i Punts-Avq 


8-38.0 


743.0 


Fumrjles-Lost 


7-1 


2-2 



, Penalties-Yards 



12-120 



2-20 



RUSHING-Mar yland, Modzelewski 28-1 53. Tennessee. Payne 1 1-54 
PAS S I NG- Maryland. Scarbath 6-9-57. Tennessee, Payne 7-14-75. 
Alt: 80.271 



ORANGE ORANGE 
BOWL 



Orange Bowl 

Miami 

Jan. 1,1954 



OKLAHOMA 7 
MARYLAND O 




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 squad that used a powerful running attack to grind 
out a second quarter touchdown to propel the Sooners to a 
7-0 win. Twice the Terps had first down opportunities with 
the ball inside the 1 0-yard line and failed to come away with 
any points. Despite the narrow loss, the Terrapins claimed 
the 1953 national championship. 



1st 2nd 3rd 


4th F 








Oklahoma 7 


- 7 




2-OU - Gnqqs 25-yard run ILeake kickl 




UM 


OU 


First Downs 13 


10 


Rushinq Yards 1 76 


208 


Passinq 36 


22 


CompAtt-Int 5-12-0 


4*1 


Return Yards 25 


7 


Punts-Avq. 5-29.0 


7-31.3 


Fumbles-Lost l-l 


2-2 


Penalty Yards 15 


45 




RUSHING Maryland, Felton 10-51 Oklahoma, Gnqqs 13-89. 


PASSING-Maryland, Boxold 3-942 Okla 
RECEMNG-Maryland. Nolan 2-31. Okla 


loma, Calame 4-4-22 


loma. Burns 3-1 7. 


Att: 68.178 










Maryland celebrates its 1951 undefeated season 



"Shoo-Shoo" 
Shemonski high- 
stepping in the 
1954 Orange 
Bowl. 



Orange Bowl 

Miami 

Jan. 2, 1956 



OKLAHOMA 20 
MARYLAND 6 




The third-ranked Terps came into the Orange Bowl riding a 
1 5-game winning streak, only to have it snapped by an Okla- 
homa team that extended its winning streak to 30 games with 
its 20-6 win. The Terps, who led 6-0 at halftime, were stunned 
when the Sooners went into their famous "fast break offense" 
and reeled off two third quarter touchdowns to earn the na- 
tional championship. Ed Vereb, who scored the Terps' lone 
touchdown, finished with 1 08 rushing yards. Maryland was 
hurt by five turnovers. 



"P&/L Scenes 

1st 2nd 3rd 


4th F 










Oklahoma 14 


6 - 20 








3-OU - McDonald 4-yard run (Prices kickl 


3-OU - O'Neil 1-yard run IPrices kickl 


4-OU Dodd 82-yard inter reption return 


kick failedl 




UM 


OU 


First Downs 9 


16 


Rushinq Yards 187 


202 


Passinq 46 


53 


Comp-Att-Int 3-10-3 


4- 10! 


PuntsAvq 740.0 


8-34 


Fumbles-Lost 3-2 


1-1 


Penalties-Yards 4-61 


4-35 




RUSHINGAtoryland, Vereb 8-1 08. Oklahoma, Hams 9-63. 


PASSIN&Maryland. Beiqhtol 2-746 Oklahoma, Hams 3-5-34. 


RECEIVING-Maryland. Cooke 1-21 Oklahoma, Bums 2-28 














Ed Vereb rushed 
for the Terps' only 
W and 108 yards 
in the 56 Orange 
Bowl. 



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PEACH 
BOWL 



Fulton County 

Stadium 

Atlanta 

Dec. 28. 1973 






GEORGIA 17 
MARYLAND 16 

Maryland came away from its first bowl game in 1 8 years a 
bitterly disappointed team. The Terrapins dominated Georgia 
in all phases, but the game was tied 1 0-1 at the half thanks 
to a couple of big plays by the Bulldogs. In the third quarter, 
a costly Terp fumble led to Georgia's go-ahead touchdown 
Seven times the Terrapins were inside the Georgia 20-yard 
line, coming away with only nine points. The Terps' lone touch- 
down came via Walter Whites 68-yard touchdown reception. 




1st 2nd 3rd 



4th 



Maryland 



G eorgia 



10 



7 



- 



2-UG ■ PouIojs 62-yard pa ss from Johnson (Leavitt kick), 5:27 
2-UM ■ White 6&yard pass from Carter IMike-Mayer kickl, 5:04 
2-UM - Mike-Mayer 36-yard field goal, 1 :31 



2-UG - Leavitt 26-yard field goal, 06 



3-UG • Johnson 1-yard run ILeawtt kickf 4 24 


4-UM - Mike-Mayer 25-yard field qoal 


13:53 


4-UM - Mike-Mayer 28-yard field qoal 


7:35 




UM 


UG 




Firs: Downs 15 


II 


Rushinq Yards 219 


170 


Passinq 242 


114 


CompAtt-li; 8-18-1 


5-16-1 


Return Yards 78 


135 


PuntfrAvq. 6-31.8 


841.3 


Fumbles-Lost 4-3 


2-2 


Penalties-Yards 5-63 


1-5 




RUSHING-Man/land. Carter 29-1 26. Georqia, Kinq 16-57. 


PASSING'. - -, nc: Kinard 4-8-1 13 


Georgia, Jol 


RECEIVING: Unite 2-106 


Georqia, Poulous 2-62. 


Att: 






Coach Jerry Claiborne I left I congratulates Georgia 
coach Vince Dooley after the Bui' '••as win. 



LIBERTY GATOR 

BOWL 



BOWL 


liberty Bowl 

1 -■ ■:->•<- 


Liberty Bowl 
Memorial 
Stadium 
Memphis 
Dec. 16. 1974 







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 Mary- 
land seven-yard line. Maryland had a chance to win the game 
but an apparent 20-yard touchdown pass was ruled out of 
bounds. 



la 2nd 3rd 


4th 


F 


Maryland 3 


- 


3 


Tennessee 


7 - 


7 




2-UM - Mike-Mayer 28-yard field qoal 


4-UT - Seivers 1 1 -yard pass from Wallace 


Towsend kick) 






UM 


UT 




First Downs 16 


15 




Rushinq Yards 108 


173 




Passinq 158 


65 




Comr*Att-lnt 1 5-22-2 


7-16-0 




Return Yards 76 


65 




Punts-Avq. 641.0 


/ 39 




Fumbles-Lost 3-3 


4-2 




Penalties-Yards 4-63 


849 






RUSHING-Maryland. Carter 22-65 Tennessee. Gayte 17-106. 


PASSING- Van/land, Avellini 15-22-158 Tennessee, Holloway 


6-15-54 


RECEIVING: '.' ",!and. White 5-68 Tennessee. Seivers 4-38. 


Alt: 51,284 














Louis Carter 
rushed for 65 
yards in the 
Terps 1974 
Liberty Bowl 
appearance. 



Gator Bowl 
Jacksonville 
Dec. 29. 1975 



- n ; 
5'V' 

—1 



MARYLAND 13 
FLORIDA O 

The ACC champion Terrapins headed into the 1 975 Gator Bovi 
as a seven-point underdog to the Florida Gators. Howeie 
this did not deter the Terps, who were coming off their be 
season [8-2-1 ) in 20 years Maryland shut out the Gators, 
0, in front of a large pro-Florida crowd in a steady downpou 
The Maryland defense held the SEC's total offense leader scon 
less and intercepted two Florida passes which led to the fir 
10 Maryland points. This was the first Terp win over an SE 
team since 1955. 



"s?e^ Scpvs 



la 2nd 3rd 4th 



Maryland 



3 - 



Florida 



- 



l-UM Hoover 1 9-yard pass from Dick (Sochko kick] 6 15 
2-UM - Sochko 20-yard field qoal 6:49 



4-UM - Sochko 27-yard field qoal 11:41 



UM 



UF 



First Downs 



Rushinq Yards 



209 



182 



Passinq 



82 



28 



Co mpAt-Int 



7-16-0 



3-19-3 



Return Yards 



26 



25 



Punts-Avq. 


7-39.5 


7-38.5 


Fumbles-Lost 


(M) 




Penalties-Yards 


547 


648 





RUSHINGMaryland, At kins 20-127. Flonda, DuB o se 18-95. 
PASSING 7 . > n d, Dick 5- 1 3-67. Flonda, Fisher 2- 12-33. 
RECEIVIN G: Maryland, Hoover 2-24. Flonda, Lecount 1-25. 
Att:-= ;i2 




Kim Hoover 
hauls in the 
only TD ol 
the Terps 
win in the 
75 Gator 
Bowl. 



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BOWL 



Jotton Bowl 

lallas 

Ian. 1,1977 



10USTON 30 
MARYLAND 21 

dryland entered the 1977 Cotton Bowl with a perfect 1 1-0 
■cord, but the hopes for a perfect season were dashed quickly 
hen Houston scored 2 1 first-quarter points en route to a 30- 
,1 win. The Cougars rushed for a total of 320 yards in the 
ime and 1 44 in the 2 1 -point first quarter The Terps cut the 
lad to 27-21 in the fourth quarter, but a 5:42 drive by the 
sugars late in the quarter resulted in a field goal, slamming 
* door on any Terp comeback hopes. 




BOWL 



Legion Field 
Birmingham 
Dec. 22, 1977 



MARYLAND 17 
MINNESOTA 7 




After allowing an early Minnesota touchdown run, the Terps 
scored the next 1 7 points and shut out the Golden Gophers 
over the next three quarters to leave Birmingham with a 1 7-7 
win. Offensively, the Terps looked to George Scott who rushed 
for 75 yards and two second-quarter touchdowns to put Mary- 
land in the lead for good. The Maryland defense held the 
Gophers to only 69 yards of total offense in the second half. 



BOWL 



Sun Bowl 

El Paso 

Dec. 23, 1978 



TEXAS 42 
MARYLAND 

The Maryland Terrapins, appearing in their sixth consecutive 
bowl and looking for their second straight bowl win, ran into 
a very determined Texas Longhorn team. The Longhorns' run- 
ning game amassed 220 yards and five touchdowns, while 
the Texas defense held Maryland to 248 yards of total offense. 
It was the first time in 95 games the Terps had been held 
scoreless, ending the third-longest streak in the nation. 




?rv Sc^ve 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 






7 - 



30 



ItJH ■ Thomas 1 1 -yard run |Coplm kick) 6:27 



1-tlH - Blackw ell 3 3-yard run ICoplin kicfcl 3:13 



l l-UH- Blackwell 1-yard run IC oplin kick] 5 1 



MIM Manges 6-yard run ILonc ar kickl 9:36 

33-yard pass from Davis (kick failedl 0:55 
HJM Sieven ' I -yard pass from Manges [Sochko kickl I 41 
[ HJM ■ Wilson 1-yard run [Sochko kickl 8:46 
1 4-UH - Coplin 28-yard field goal 0: 1 8 



UM 



UH 



Inst Downs 



17 



20 



Pushing Yar ds 

'assinq 



120 



320 



179 



108 



iIomp-AtUnt 
Jetu'n fards 
■yntsAg 

rumbles-Lost 



17-32-0 



5-8-0 



13 



6440 



4-36 



4-3 



'enalties-Yards 



8-80 



5-22 



qUSHIN&Maryla nd, Sc( 
•ASSING \ 



fid. Manges 17-3 2-179 Houston, Davis 5-8-108. 
DECEIVING : Maryland, Kinney 6-72. Houston, Foster 3-62. 
«t: 58,500 




Eric Sievers 
caught his first 
college TD on 
this play in the 
77 Cotton 
Bowl. 



"?c?\ Scere 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



Maryland 



Minnesota 



- 



l-MN ■ Barber 1-ya rd run IRoqind kickl 9:02 



l-UM- Soch ko 32-yard field goal 5_2J_ 



2-UM ■ Scon 2 -yard run ISochk o kick) 7:04 



2-UM ■ Scott 1 -yard run ISochk o kick) 4 53 



UM 



First Downs 



Rushing Yards 



120 



113 



Passing 



211 



155 



Comr>AtHnt 



12-23-1 



13-26-0 



Return Yards 



Punts-Avg 



5-36.8 



9-27 7 



Fumbles-Lost 



3-2 



3-2 



Penalties-Yards 



12-80 



6 54 



RUSHING 7 "vian d, Scot t 24-75. Minnesota, Kitzmann 24-76. 
PASSIN G-Maryland, Dick 1 2-20-2 1 1 Minnesota, A v ery 12-23-130 
RECEIVING: Maryland, White 3-1 26 Minn esota. Anhorn 5-49. 
Att: 47,000 




George Scott 
ran for two 
TDs and 75 
yards in the 
Terps' '77 
Hall of Fame 
Bowl win. 



1st 


2nd 3rd 


4th F 


Maryland 






- 








Texas 


21 


7 14 


- 42 




l-UT-LJones7 
l-UT-J Jones 1 


-yard run 
-yard run 


(Erxleben kick] 10 27 
lErxleben kick) 7 1 5 


1 -UT-L Jones 2' 
2-UT- McBaeth 
3-UT-J Jones 1 


-yard pass 


from McBaeth (Erxleben kick] 4 37 


2-yard rur 
4-yard ru 


lErxleben kickl 


12:55 


i lErxleben kick) 


2 12 


3-UT - H Jones 32-yard run [Erxleben kick 


1:08 








UM 


UT 


First Downs 




20 


18 


Rushinq Yards 




34 


220 


Passing 




214 


45 


Comp-Att-Int 




17-43-4 


2-7=0 


Return Yards 






20 


Punts-Ayq 




8-37 


741 












Penalties-Yards 




5-35 


742 




RUSHING-Mary 
PASSING.:. 


land Atkins 10-15 Texas, H Jones 14-104 


1 2-27-1 46 Texas, McBaeth 2-545. 


RECEIVING: \ 
Att: 33 122 


-- r -nd r 


ichards 4-52. Texas, L Jones 245. 
















Charles 
Johnson's 
mood tells 
the story 
after the 
Terps lost in 
the 78 
Sun Bowl. 



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BOWL 



Tangerine Bowl 
Orlando 
Pec. 20. 1980 



FLORIDA 35 

MARYLAND 20 

Maryland's Charlie Wysocki rushed for 1 59 yards and a touch- 
down, but it was not enough to overcome the passing attack 
of the Gators' Wayne Peace, who threw for 271 yards and 
two touchdowns. Peaces favorite receiver, Cris Collinsworth, 
caught eight passes for 1 66 yards, including a 2 1 -yard touch- 
down catch that led to Florida's 28-20 lead, Maryland's Dale 
Castro tied a Tangerine Bowl record and established a new 
Terrapin bowl record when he booted his fourth field goal in 
the third quarter. 



ALOHA 
BOWL 



Aloha Stadium 
Honolulu 
Dec. 25. 1982 



WASHINGTON 21 
MARYLAND 20 

Maryland and Washington made sure the fans who went to 
the inaugural Aloha Bowl got their money's worth. The Hus- 
kies' touchdown with :06 left secured Washington's come-from- 
behlnd, 2 1 -20 victory. The Terps had a chance to go up by 
nine points with 3:39 left to play, but Jess Atkinson's 32-yard 
field goal attempt fell short. The Terps had fallen behind 1 4-6 
in the first half and Boomer Esiason completed 1 passes for 
1 20 yards and a touchdown in the third quarter, sparking 
Maryland to a 20-14 lead early in the fourth. 




*?e\ Seers 

1st 



2nd 3rd 4th 



Maryland 



II 



— 



Florida 



l-UM ■ Castro 34-yard field goal 4:50 



2-UF - Collinsworth 24-yard pass from Peace ICIark Ml 14:04 
2-UM - Castro 27-yard field goal 4:37 



2-UM ■ Castro 26-yard field goal 4:28 



2-UF Jones 2 -yard run (Clart kick] I 46 



3-UM -Wysocki 2-yard run fTice run] 14:48 



3-UM - Castro 42-yard field goal 1 0:00 



3-UF - Peace I -yard run (Clark kick) 4:43 



3-UF ■ Collinsworth 21 -yard pass from Peace (Clark kick| 3 29 
4-UF ■ Brown 2-yard run [Clark kickl 9:31 



UM 



UF 



First Downs 



Rushing Yards 



181 



108 



Passing 
CompAtt-Int 
Return Yards 



155 



271 



12-26-3 



20-34-1 



Punts-Avq 



4 39 



6-34.0 



Fumbles-Lost 



4-2 



1-0 



Penalties-Yards 



644 



11-108 



RUSHING-Mar yland. Wysock i 39-159 F l onda, Brown 16-71. 
PASSING-Maryland , Tice 1 1-23-129. Flonda. Peace 20-24-27 1. 
RECEIVING: Maiyjand. Havene r 4-83. Florida, Collinsworth iH 66. 
Att: 52.541 




Charlie 
Wysocki ran 
for 1 59 yards 
in the 80 
Tangerine 
Bowl. 




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1st 2nd 3rd 



Maryland 



20 



Washi ngton 



1-UW- Allen 27-yard pass from Cowan INelson kick] 10:14 
2-UM - DAddio 1 9-yard pass from Esiason (kick failedl 1 4:52 



2-UW -Allen 71-yard pass from Cowan INelson kickl 5:21 



3-UM - Tice 36-yard pass from Esiason (conversion failed! 12 18 
4-UM ■ Nash 2-yard run (Tice pass from Esiasonl 1 0:44 



4-UW -Allen 1 1-yard pass from Cowan INelson kick) 06 



UM 



uw 



First Downs 



20 



Rushing Yards 



68 



Passing 



251 



369 



Comp-Att-lnl 



19-32-1 



35-55-0 



Return Yards 



45 



43 



Punts-Avq. 



7-38.0 



545.0 



f umbles Lost 



2-1 



44 



Penalties-Yards 



8-55 



7-50 



RUSHING- Maryland , Nash 1 141 Washingto n, Robinson 16-50. 
PASSING-Maryland, Esiason 1 9-32-25 1 . Washington, Cowan 33-55-369. 
RECEIVING: Maryl and, Tice 6J5. Washington, Skansi 10-81 . 
Att: 30J155 










Dave DAddio 
rushes past 
Washington in 
the Aloha 
Bowl. 



CITRUS 
BOWL 



Florida Citrus 
Bowl 
Orlando 
Pec. 17. 1983 




TENNESSEE 30 
MARYLAND 23 

Tennessee scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to ov 
come a 20-1 6 deficit and defeat the Terps, 30-23, in the 1 9 
Citrus Bowl. Maryland took a four-point lead into the fou 
quarter thanks to outstanding play from reserve quarterb; 
Frank Reich. Reich entered the game in the second quar 
when starter Boomer Esiason suffered a shoulder injury. Rerc 
one mistake of the day, an interception early in the fourth qu 
ter, set the Vols on Marylands 1 4-yard line which led to a T 
nessee touchdown run that was the difference. 



'ppv Scpre 



1st 2nd 3rd 



Maryland 



J - 



Tennessee 



30 



l-UM -Atkinson 18-yard field goal 4 01 



1 -UT ■ Taylor 1 2 pass from Cockrell (Revelz kickl 1 :04 
2-UM -Atkinson 48-yanrJ field goal 13:43 
2-UM -Atkinson 31-yand field goal 12:01 
2-UT - Reveiz 25-yard field goal 4:34 



3-UM - Atkinson 22-yard field goal 1 0.47 



3-UT - Henderson 1 9-yard run (Cockrell pass failedl 5:29 
3-UM - Bad a niek 3-yard run (Badanjek run| 4:14 
4-UT-Jones I -yard run (Reveiz kickl 14:01 
4-UT ■ Jones 2-yard run (Reveiz kickl 1 1 :58 



4-UM Atl nson 26-yard field goal 4 34 



UM 



UT 



First Downs 



17 



Rushing Yards 



95 



201 



Passing 



253 



185 



Comp-Att-Int 



18-28-1 



16-23-1 



Return Yards 



26 



Punts-Avg 



0-0.0 



147.0 



Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 



3-1 



6-32 



1-5 



RUSHING-Marylan d. Joyner 1 7-58 Tennessee , Jones 2 9-154. 
PASSINGMi , .n d, Reich 14-22-192. Tennessee, Cockrell 16-23-18 5 
RECEIVING: Maryland. David W6. Tennessee, Duncan 6-5?^ 
Att: 50 1 83 




Bobby Ross 
liar left) an 
Boomer 
Esiason 
{second fro, 
left) visit 
Goofy at M 
Magic 
Kingdom. 



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un Bowl 

I Paso 

tec. 22, 1984 



MARYLAND 28 
ENNESSEE 27 

te Maryland Terrapins were truly the comeback team of 1 984 . 
aryland trailed Tennessee 2 1 -0 at halftime and erupted for a 
napin bowl record 22 points in the third quarter Frank Reichs 
<ird-quarter touchdown pass to Ferrell Edmunds put the Terps 
22-21. but the ensuing kickoff was returned for a touch- 
iwn by the Volunteers to give them a 27-22 lead. Then with 
03 left to play, the Terps' offense pounded out a 5:05 drive 
at was capped by a one-yard scoring run by Rick Badanjek 
r the game-winning touchdown. 




?pv Scree 

1st 



2nd 3rd 4th 



vtaryland 



22 



- 



l-UT- Jones 2-yard run IReveg kick| 6.34 



-UT- Revei; 24-yard field goal 2.29 



- j-UT-Rev eiz 52-yard field goal 5:13 



; HJT - McGee 6-ya rd pass from Robinson 
IMcGee pass from Robinsonl 0.37 



1-UM - N eal 57-yard 'un (pass failed) 10 35 



1-UM - Atkinson 23-yard field go al 6:32 
i-UM - Bad aniek 1 -yard run lain fai'ledl 3 47 



RIM - EdmundsJOyardpass frorn Reich {Atkinson kick) 3 47 
HIT ■ Penuska 1 00-yard kickoff return (pass failedl 0: 1 
HIM ■ Badaniek I -yard run [pass failedl 2:28 



UM 



UT 



irst Downs 



22 



13 



tehinq Yards 



229 



148 



'assinq 



201 



132 



Comp-An-Int 



17-28-1 



IS-24-0 



.'erurn ftrts 



80 



194 



Aints-Av q 



4-39.0 



542.4 



"'umbles-Lost 



2-2 



2-2 



8-63 



649 



PUSHING Maryland. Neal 12-107. Tennessee. Jones 14-80 
'ASSING -Maryland, Reich 17-28-201 Tenn . Robinson 15-24-132. 



iECEMNG: Ma ryland. Hill 169. Tennessee. McGee 6-66. 
W: 50.126 




After rallying 
from a 21-0 
halftime 
deficit, the 
Terps carried 
coach Bobby 
Ross off the 
field after 
winning the 
84 Sun Bowl. 



CHERRY 



Pontiac 
Silverdome 
Pontiac, Mich. 



MARYLAND 35 
SYRACUSE 18 




Quarterback Stan Gelbaugh completed 14 passes for 223 
yards, threw two touchdowns and rushed for another as Mary- 
land defeated Syracuse 35-18. The Terrapins, who trailed 3-0 
early in the first quarter took their first lead thanks to Gelbaughs 
four-yard touchdown run. Trailing 1 0-6 in the second quarter, 
Gelbaugh hit tight end Chris Knight for a three-yard score to 
put the Terps in the lead for good. The touchdown pass also 
was the start of a 22-pomt second quarter that tied a Mary- 
land bowl record for points scored in a quarter. 



1st 



2nd 3rd 4th 



Syracuse 



Marj and 



22 



1-SU-McAulay 26-yard Held goal 10:27 



l-UM - Gelbaugh 4-yand run |kick failedl 6:36 

2-SU ■ Drummond 1 0-yard run IMcAulay kickl 1 2:53 

2-UM Knight 3-yard pass fro; 1 ; Gelbaugh [Badanjek run; 3 50 
2-UM ■ Tye 8-yard fumble return IPIocki kick) 3:41 



2-UM ■ Blount 20-yard run IPIockr kickl 1 43 



3-UM - Addur-Ra oof 6-yard pass from Gelbaugh IPIocki kickl 11:27 

3-SU - McPherson 1 7-yard run ISchwedes from McPhersonl 2:51 

UM SU 



First Downs 



22 



28 



Rushing Yards 



244 



241 



Passing 



223 



204 



CompArt-Int 



14-20-1 



18-30-3 



Return ) irds 



135 



Punts-Ayg. 



3-38 7 



1-52 



Fumbles-Lost 



04 



3-2 



Penalties-Yards 



5-54 



3-26 



HUSHING'.: -la nd. Blount 24-1 35 Syracuse. McPherson 21-111. 
PASSING-Maryland. Gelbaugh 14-20-223. Syracuse, McPherson 18- 

30-204. 

RECEIVING: Maryland, Abdur-Ra oof 536. Syracuse, Slano 449. 
Att: 51,858 




Len Lynch 
(63) hoists 
the 1985 
Cherry Bowl 
trophy. 




BOWL 

Independence 
Stadium 
Shreveport, La. 
Dec. 15, 1990 



-LOUISIANA TECH- 



-US.- 



-MARYUND- 



MARYLAND 34 
LOUISIANA TECH 34 

Tech's Chris Boniol hit a 29-yard field goal with no time re- 
maining in the 1 990 Independence Bowl, allowing the Bull- 
dogs to escape Shreveport with a 34-34 tie. The Terrapins 
fell behind 31-20 early in the fourth quarter but rallied to 
take the lead when Scott Zolak threw a 1 5-yard touchdown 
pass to Brad Johnson with .52 remaining. However, on the 
ensuing kickoff. Tech's Lorenzo Baker returned the kick 4 1 
yards to start the Bulldog drive on the Maryland 39-yard line. 
Five plays and 28 yards later, Boniol kicked his second field 
goal of the game to even the score. 



1?e>\ Sctrre 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



Maryland 



Louisiana Tech 



6 — 



34 



l-UM-Jackson 1 -yard run IDeArmas kickl 11:59 

1-UM -Jackson 2-yard run IDeArmas kickl 5:06 

2-LT- Richardson 5-yard run (Boniol kickl 8:30 

2-LT - Davis 3-yard run IBoniol kickl 0: 1 7 

3-LT- Richardson 1 -yard run (Boniol kickl 1 0.35 

3-UM - Jackson 1 1-yard run (kick failedl 7:44 

3-LT ■ Slaughter 7-yard pass from Johnson IBoniol kickl 5:52 

4-LT- Boniol 36-yard field goal 13:52 



4-UM ■ Mason 28-yard pass from Zolak IDeArmas kickl 1 1 20 
4-UM - Johnson 1 5-yard pass from Zolak IDeArmas kickl 0:52 
4-LT- Boniol 28-yard field goal 0:00 



UM 



LT 



First Downs 



25 



Rushing Yards 



150 



Passing 



115 



254 



Comp-Att l"t 



1 1-1 S-T 



18-28-3 



Return Yards 



Punts-Avg 



4-37.2 



1-34.0 



Fumbles-Lost 



l-l 



3-1 



Penalties-Yards 



9-88 



6-53 



RUSHING- '.'■■■via nd, Jackson 17-50. La. Tech. Richardson 27-81. 
PASSING-M aryland, Zolak 7-16-159. La. Tech, Johnson 7-8-70 
RECEIVING: Ma ryland. Johnson 5-1 07. La. Tech. Slaughter 5^6. 
Att: 48.325 




Clarence Jones 
174) lifts Troy 
Jackson in the 
air after the 
Terps' third- 
quarter score 
in the 90 
Independence 
Bowl. 



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ORANGE PEACH 



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Pro Player 

Stadium 

Miami 

Jan. 2, 2002 






** 



FLORIDA 56 
MARYLAND 23 

Maryland made its first bowl appearance since 1 990, but fell 
to the fifth-ranked Florida Gators, 56-23. Florida's Rex 
Grossman came off the bench to throw for 248 yards and 
four touchdowns. The Gators jumped out to a 14-0 lead, 
but the Terps rallied to close to within 14-10. Florida, how- 
ever, scored five unanswered touchdowns to pull away. Marc 
Riley rushed for two touchdowns for the Terps. The teams 
combined for an Orange Bowl record 79 points and 1,019 
total yards. 




Jsr 



2nd 3rd 4th 



Florida 



14 



21 



7 



Maryland 



-UF- Graham I -yard run IChandler kickl 951 



■UF -Jacobs 46-yard pass fro m Berl in (Chandler kick) 0:12 
l-UM - Williams 64-yani pass from Hill INovak kick) 00 
2-UM '.. lA 20-yard field goal 1220 



2-UF - Jac obs 1 5-yard pass from Grossman IChandler kickl 2 : 1 8 
2-UF - Gaffney 4-yard pass from Grossman IChandler kickl 0:03 

3-UF - Graham 6 -yard run [Cha ndler ki ckl 1 1 22 

3-UF - Gillespie 1 1 -yard run IChand ler k ick) 7 26 

3-UF Gaffnej 33-yard pass from Grossman IChandlei kickl 2 52 
4-UM - Riley I -yard run INovak kickl 1 1 :56 



4-UF - Perez 1 0-yard pass from Grossman (Chandler kickl 1 0. 1 6 
-UM - Riley 1 0-yard run (Novak kickl 5 : 1 



UM 



UF 



First Downs 



30 



Rushing Yards 

Passing 



103 



203 



257 



456 



Comp-Att-Int 



23-39-1 



3349-2 



Return yards 



189 



93 



Punts-Avq 



5462 



2-53.0 



Fumbles-Lost 



C-0 



2-1 



Penalties-Varcls 



4-20 



6-43 



RUSHING Maryland, Hill 1 1-31 Flori da. Graham 1 6-149. 
PASSING Wary -land. Hill 23-39-257 Florida, Grossman~2Q- 28-248 
RECEIVING-Maryland, Murphy 542 Florida Jacobs 10-170. 
Att: 




Marc Riley ran 
for two 
touchdowns, 
including this 
10-yard run in 
the fourth 
q ter. 



BOWL 



Georgia Dome 

Atlanta 

Pec. 31. 2002 



MARYLAND 30 
TENNESSEE3 




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 Maryland's per- 
formance. The Terps never trailed in the game, taking their 
opening possession in for a touchdown 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. 



*&ey. Sct^re 



1st 2nd ird 4th 



Tennessee 



Maryland 



30 



l-UM -McBrien I -yard run (Novak k ickl 6 00 



2-UM - Cox 54-yard interception return INo vak kick] 1 1 32 

2-UT - Walls 38-yard field go al 4:46 

2-UM - Novak 48-yard f i eld goal 47 _ 

3-UM - Novak 44-yard f ield goal 6 48 

4-UM - McBrien 6-yard run INovak kickl 12:55 



4-UM - Novak 25jard .field goal 4 12 



UT 



UM 



First Downs 



Rushing Yards 



45 



154 



Passing 



242 



120 



Comp-Att-Int 



23-37-1 



11-19-0 



Return Yards 



85 



177 



Pun ts-Avq 



6-47 7 



3-50.3 



Fumbles-Lost 



l-l 



2-1 



Penalties-Yards 



8-68 



2-10 



riUSHING-Maryland, Perry 1 5-50 Tennessee Houst on 9-34 
PASSING Maryland, McBrien, 1 1-19-0-120. Tennessee. Clausen 23-37- 
1-242. 

RECEIVING-MaryUid. Humeri 4 74 Tu-in i a i.mi 5-75. 

Att: 68 ,330. 




Curome Cox set a 
school bowl record 
with a 54-yard 
interception return 
for touchdown in 
the Peach Bowl. 



GATOR 
BOWL 



ALLTEL Stadium 
Jacksonville 
Jan. 1 . 2004 



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MARYLAND 41 
WEST VIRGINIA 7 



Former Mountaineer Scott McBrien threw for a career-high 3 
yards to help Maryland to a 41-7 victory over West Virginia 
the Gator Bowl, a rematch of a regular-season game that v 
almost as lopsided. Playing against the team he left in 20( 
McBrien threw for three scores and ran for another, 
teammate. Steve Suter returned a punt for a touchdown a 
made a highlight-reel catch to help the once-downtrodc 
Terrapins reach 1 wins for the third-straight year under co, 
Ralph Fnedgen. 



'P&s SctTTe 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



West Virginia 



Maryland 



10 14 



l-UM -Nov ak 26-yard field goal 9:36 



I UM ■ . Williams 31 yard pas: from Mi Bnen [Novak kickj 00 
2-UM Suter 76-yard punt return (Novak kick) 13 55 



2-UM -J. Williams 22-yard pass from McBnen INovak kick) 7:49 



3-UM - McBrie n T^yardoin IN ovak kick) 8 40 



3-WV-R Marsh all 1 5-yard run [Cooper kickl 6:10 
3-UM ■ Nick Novak 24-yard field goal 1 :25 



4-UM Walker 1 4-yard punt return INovak kickl 6 42 



UM 



WV 



First Downs 



Rushes-Yards 



48-141 



29-155 



Pa ssing Yards 



381 



86 



Comp-Att-Int 
Return yards 
Punts-Avg 
Fumbles-Lost 



21-33-0 



11-19-0 



114 



165 



2-33.5 



742.4 



5-0 



2-2 



Penalties-Yards 



645 



640 



RUSHING- Maryland Perry 20-67 West Virginia. H arris 6-56 
PASSING- Maryland, McBrien 21-33-0-381 West Virginia Marshall I C 

16-0-87. 

RECEIVING M aryland. Suter 4-84. West Virginia, Henry 346. 
Att: 78,892. 




Gator Bowl MVP 
Scott McBrien 
threw for a caren 
high 38 1 yards 
against his form' 
team in his final 
college game. 



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ALL-TIME BOWL GAME RECORDS 



NDIVIDUAL 
1ECORDS 

lushing Yards 



1,5 (23 carries), Lu Gambino vs. Georgia, 1 948 Gator 
l : 3 |28|, Ed Modzelewski vs. Tennessee, 1952 Sugar 
'i9 139|. Charlie Wysocki vs Florida, 1 980 Tangerine 
jl2 124|, Alvm Blount vs. Syracuse, 1985 Cherry 
!7 120|, Steve Atkins vs. Florida. 1975 Gator 
!6 (29), Louis Carter vs. Georgia, 1973 Peach 
18 18|, Ed Vereb vs. Oklahoma, 1 956 Orange 
')7 1 1 2), Tommy IMeal vs. Tennessee, 1 984 Sun 

lushing Attempts 



), Charlie Wysocki vs Florida, 1980 Tangerine 

iushing Touchdowns 

1 Troy Jackson vs. Louisiana Tech, 1 990 Independence 

I 

ongest Touchdown Run 

v yards, Tommy Neal vs Tennessee, 1 984 Sun 

Massing Yards 



II (21 of 33, 3 TD, Int.), Scott McBnen vs. West Virginia, 2004 

Gator 

i7 (23 of 39, I TD, I Int.), Shaun Hill vs. Florida, 2002 Orange 
il|l9of32.2TD, lint), Boomer Esiason vs. Washington. l982Aloha 
!3(l4of20.2TD, I Int). Stan Gelbaugh vs. Syracuse. 1985 Cherry 
15 (17 of 28. I TD. 3 Int). Scott Zolak vs Louisiana Tech, 1990 

Independence 
1 1 ( 1 2 of 20, TD. I Int.). Larry Dick vs. Minnesota, 1 977 Hall 

of Fame 
)1 (1 7 of 28. I TD. I Int), Frank Reich vs. Tennessee, 1 984 Sun 



'ass Completions 



J. Shaun Hill vs. Flonda, 2002 Orange 

'ass A ttempts 



I Shaun Hill vs. Florida, 2002 Orange 

'assin g Touchdowns 

Scott McBnen vs. West Virginia, 2004 Gator 
' Boomer Esiason vs. Washington, 1 982 Aloha 

Stan Gelbaugh vs. Syracuse, 1985 Cherry 
. Scott Zolak vs. Louisiana Tech, 1 990 Independence 

ongest Touchdown Pass 

i, Louis Carter to Walter White vs. Georgia, 1 973 Peach 

total Offense 

>7 yards (minus 14 run, 381 pass), Scott McBnen vs. West Vlr- 
j ginia, 2004 Gator 

,18 yards (3 1 run, 257 pass). Shaun Hill vs. Florida, 2002 Orange 
'i2yards|l run, 251 pass). Boomer Esiason vs. Washington, 1983 
Aloha 

leceptions 

4126 yards), Charlie White vs. Minnesota, 1 977 Hall of Fame 

tecehrin g Yard s 

!6|8rec. 0TD|, Charlie White vs. Minnesota, 1 977 Hall of Fame 
j)7 (5 reo. I TD). Barry Johnson vs. Louisiana Tech. 1990 Inde- 
i pendence 
i)6(2rec.. I TD). Walter White vs. Georgia. 1973 Peach 

ouch down Receptions 

I Jafar Williams from Scott McBnen vs. West Virginia, 2004 Gator 
| Lu Gambino from John Baroni. 1 948 Gator 
Bob Shemonski from Ed Fullerton, 1 952 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 

I, Dave DAddio from Boomer Esiason, 1982 Aloha 

I . John Tice from Boomer Esiason, 1982 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 

I, Mark Mason from Scott Zolak, 1990 Independence 

I, Barry Johnson from Scott Zolak, 1990 Independence 

I , Jafar Williams from Shaun Hill, 2002 Orange 

I. Jo Jo Walker from Scott McBnen, 2004 Gator 

All-Purpose Yardage 



198 (84 rec. 1 14 ret.). Steve Suter vs. West Virginia. 2004 Gator 
189 (165 rush, 24 rec). Lu Gambino vs. Georgia, 1948 Gator 
184 (93 rush, 47 rec, 44 ret), Mark Mason vs. Louisiana Tech, 
1990 Independence 

Touchdowns Responsible For 

4, Scott McBnen (3 1 pass, 22 pass, 2 run, 1 4 pass) vs. West Vir- 
ginia, 2004 Gator 
3, Lu Gambino (35 run, 1 run, 24 rec.) vs. Missouri, 1 948 Gator 
3, Ed Fullerton (2 run, 7 pass, 46 int.) vs. Tennessee, 1952 Sugar 
3, Troy Jackson (2 run, 2 run, 1 1 run) vs. Louisiana Tech, 1 990 
Independence 

Field Goals 

5 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. Flonda, 1980 Tangerine 

Longest Field Goal 

48 yards, Jess Atkinson vs. Tennessee, 1983 Citrus 
48 yards, Nick Novak vs. Tennessee, 2002 Peach 



Punting Ave rage 



53.0 (3 for 159 yds), Lynn Beightol vs. Oklahoma, 1956 Orange 
52.4 (5 for 262 yds), Mike Sochko vs. Houston. 1 977 Cotton 



Longest Punt 



77 yards, Mike Sochko vs. Houston. 1 977 Cotton 

Longest K ick o ff Return 



80 yards. Tommy Neal vs. Tennessee, 1 983 Citrus 

Longest Punt Return/for a TD 

76 yards, Steve Suter vs. West Virginia. 2004 Gator 

Fumble Return for a TP 

8 yard return, Scott Tye vs. Syracuse, 1 985 Cherry 

Interception Return for a TP 



54 yard return, Curome Cox vs. 


Tennessee, 2002 Peach 








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Lu Gambino holds the Maryland record for rushing 
yards in a game with 1 65, gained in the "48 Gator Bowl. 



TEAM RECORDS 

First Downs 

26, 2004 Gator (7 rush, 16 pass, 3 pen.) vs. West Virginia 
25, 1990 Independence |12 rush, 9 pass, 4 pen) vs. Louisiana 
Tech 

First Downs Rushing 

14, 1952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 

First Downs Passing 



1 6, 2004 Gator vs. West Virginia 
1 2, 1 983 Citrus vs. Tennessee 

Fewest First Dow ns 



9, 1956 Orange vs. Oklahoma 

Rushing Yards 



289 yards, 1 952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 

Ru shing A ttem pts 



54, 1980 Tangerine (177 yards) vs. Florida 
54, 1984 Sun (229 yards) vs. Tennessee 

Rushing Touch do wns 

3, 1 950 Gator vs. Missouri 
3, 1 984 Sun vs. Tennessee 
3, 1 990 Independence vs. Louisiana Tech 

Fewest Rushin g Ya rds 

68, 1982 Aloha vs. Washington 

Passing Yards 

381 yards, 2004 Gator vs. West Virginia 

Pass Completions 

23, 2002 Orange vs. Flonda 

Pass Attempts 

43, 1 978 Sun vs. Texas (17 completions) 

Passing Touchdowns 

3, 2004 Gator vs. West Virginia 

Fewest Passing Yards 

16. 1 950 Gator vs. Missoun 

Total Yards 

522, 2004 Gator vs. West Virginia (141 rush, 381 pass) 
467. 1 985 Cherry vs. Syracuse (244 rush. 223 pass) 

Fewest Total Yards 

2 1 2. 1 954 Orange vs. Oklahoma 

Pass Interceptions 

4, 1952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 

Fumbles Lost 

3. 1973 Peach vs. Georgia 
3. 1 974 Liberty vs. Tennessee 



Penalty Yards 



1 20 on 1 2 penalties, 1 952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 



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1949 



The Tatum system was clicking by the third season under the new coach. 
Maryland scored more points than in any previous season in its history - 
266 to its opponents' 8 1 . Jim Tatum and a collection of new players lifted 
Maryland to its first ranking in the AP poll. Newcomers such as Ed 
Modzelewski, Bob Ward, Bob Shemonski andjunior All-America tackle Ray 
Krouse were instrumental in leading the Terrapins to eight decisive regu- 
lar season victories, losing only to No 13 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. 

Southern Conference Standings 



^a^ec( -=&- 1 A 



« 2? '■ 25 « *e M « « .-» 3) ia Y 



Wf 



Team 



SC 

W-L-T 



Overall 
W-L-T 



No. Carolina 



5-0-0 7-4-0 



Maryland 



4-0-0 9-1-0 



Wash S, Lee 



3-1- 



3-5-1 



Duke 



4-2-0 6-3-0 



Wm. & Mary 4-2-0 6-4-0 



The Citadel 



2-2-0 4-5-0 



Clemson 



2-2-0 44-2 



Furman 



3-3-0 3-6-0 



Team 


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. Washmqton 


2-3-0 


4-5-0 


NC State 


3-6-0 


3-7-0 


Virqinia Tech 


1-5-2 


1-7-2 


Richmond 


2-6-0 


3-7-0 


Davidson 


1-5-0 


2-8-0 


wl Game 



M arylan d Results (9-1 , 4-0) 



9-1-0 (4-0, 4-1, 1-0) 


• SC: 4-0-0, 2nd 






Head Coach: Jim Tatum 


S24 




■ at virqinia Tech 


W 


34-7 


S30 




Georqetown 


W 


33-7 


OS h) 


|13| 


at Michiqan State 


L 


7-14 


022 




• at NC State 


W 


14-6 


029 




■ South Carolina 


W 


44-7 


N5 




■ Georqe Washmqton 


w 


40 1 4 


N12 1-1 


[I5| 


at Boston University 


w 


14-13 


M24 [151 


H 


West virqinia 


w 


47 7 


D2 |I41 


H 


at Miami 


w 


13-0 


Gator Bowl 


J2 |I4| 


1201 


Missouri 


w 


20-7 


1 at Jacksonville. Fla. IGator Bowl) 




Ed "Mighty Mo Modzelewski running 
for a TD at NC State on Oct. 22. 



1951 



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SOUTHERN 

CONFERENCE 

CO-CHAMPIONS 



Maryland completed its only undefeated season in history and clobbered 
top-ranked and heavily favored Tennessee in the Sugar Bowl to lay its own 
claim to a national crown. Led by All-America 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 institutions to boycott the 
bowls. The Terps were decided underdogs against No. 1 Tennessee, but Ed 
"Mighty Mo" Modzelewskis 1 53 rushing yards and a 28-1 3 victory prompted 
Tennessee coach Bob Neyland to state. 'We were soundly beaten by a supe- 
rior team " 

Southern Conf. Standings. 




Team 



Maryland 



SC 
W-L-T 



Overall 
W-L-T 



Team 



SC 

W-L-T 



Overall 
WL-T 



VMI 



5-04 10 -0-0 . G Washin gton 2-3-1 2-6-1 



5-0-0 7-3-0 



Wash 4 Lee 



North Carolina 2-3-0 2-8-0 



5-1-0 6-4-0 West Vi rqinia 2-3-0 5-5-0 



Wm. & Mary 5-1-0 



Clemson 
Duke 



3-1-0 7-3-0 
5+1 



NC State 



2-60 3 -7-0 



Richmond 



2-64 3-8-0 



South Carolina 5-3-0 5-4-0 



The Citadel 



1-3-0 



Wake Forest 



5-3-0 6-4-0 



Furman 



Davidson 



4-6-0 
)-6 I 

1-5-0 180 



1-4-1 



Virginia Tech 1-7-0 2-8-0 



Southern Conf. Bowl Game 

Sugar Bowl: 



Maryland 28, Tennessee 13 



Maryland Results (1 0-O, 5-0) 

10-0-0 |S-0, 3-0, 20| ■ SC: 5-0-0, Co-Champions 



Head Coach: Jim 


attim 






S29 1161 |- 


■ at Washinqton S Lee 


W 


54 1 4 


06 |9| 1- 


■ Georqe Washinqton 


W 


33-6 


013 [101 [- 


at Georqia 


W 


43-7 


O20 171 1- 


■ N irthi arolina 


W 


14-7 


027 ]5| 1- 


at Louisiana State 


* 


27-0 


N3 [4| [- 


Missouri " 


W 


35-0 


NI0 |3[ 1- 


Navy' 


w 


40-21 


NI7 151 1- 


■NC State 


w 


53-0 


N24 141 1- 


• West Virginia 


w 


54-7 


Sugar Bowl 








J2 131 [1 


Tennessee ; 


w 


28-13 



at Baltimo re, Md. [Memorial Stadium/ 



at New Orleans. La [Tulane-Sugar Bowl Stadium) 




Chet The Jet' Hanulak raced for this 
31-yard TD vs. Missouri on Nov. 3. 



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1952 

he amazing win streak continued in 1 952, but it ended abruptly and Mary- 
ind was kept out of a bowl game despite its No 1 3 final ranking The Terps 
ad amassed 1 9 straight wins and 22 straight games without a defeat be- 
)re falling 21-14 at Mississippi on Nov 15 The end came in the eighth 
ame of a schedule that was revised heavily after Southern Conference teams 
;fused to play Maryland because the Terps had chosen to play in the previ- 
us seasons Sugar Bowl Ole Miss scored a pair of fourth-guarter touchdowns 
b upend the Terps, and Maryland fell 27-7 to Alabama the following week 
p quell any hopes of a bowl bid Bernie Faloney and Jack Scarbath both 
/ere All-Amencans and Scarbath, a preseason favorite to win the Heisman 
rophy, finished second in the balloting. 



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7-2-0 |3-0, 4-2] 








Head Coach: Jim Tatum 


S20 |2| 


l-l 


at Missouri 


w 


13-10 


S27 |2| 


H 


at Auburn 


w 


13-7 


04 |3| 


H 


Clemson 


w 


284 


01 1 |4| 


[I9| 


at Georqia 


w 


37-0 


018 [2| 


[20| 


Navy 


w 


38-7 


025 |2| 


l-l 


Louisiana State * 


w 


34-6 


Nl [21 


H 


at Boston U. 


w 


34-7 


NI5 |3| 


MM 


at Mississippi 


L 


14-21 


N22 [8| 


[I4| 


at Alabama 


L 


7-27 




Ed "Mighty Mo" Modzelewski running 
for a TD at NC State on Oct. 22. 



1953 

ACC CO-CHAMPIONS 

College Park is home to the nations No, 1 football team. The Maryland 
ind team swept past its 1 regular-season opponents with a perfect 
xord and, in so doing, scored a total of 298 points while limiting its 
imposition to a record 3 1 , Coach Jim Tatum was named the national 
loach of the year and many Old Line players were selected to various 
ll-star teams. Operating out of the split T, Maryland ranked sixth In the 
ation in total offense with a 359,5-yard average. On defense, the 
;am yielded only 1 93,2 yards per game and led the country in rushing 
33.9) and scoring defense |3. 1 ], During the '53 campaign, the Terps 
,nade up for two defeats handed them in 1 952 by decisively beating 
Mississippi and Alabama, After the Terps downed Miami 30-0, Hurri- 
:anes coach Andy Gustafson summed up the nations top team by say- 
ig, 'Maryland has oneofthegreatestteamsl'veeverseen." Maryland 
iegan the season with a No, 9 preseason ranking by the Associated 
ress and took over the top spot in the polls on the final week of the 
Kjular season after the No. 2 Terps waxed the No, 1 1 Crimson Tide, 
1-0. The top+anked and undefeated Terps tied No. 18 Duke for the 
jiaugural ACC title, but fell to 1 0-1 after losing the Orange Bowl to 



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First row, from left: Duke Wyre. head trainer; Ed Connor, Ralph Felton; Stan Jones; ccKaptams Bob Morgan and Bernie Faloney; 
Chet Hanulak. Dick Nolan; Charles Lattimer; Marty Crytzer; Tom Breunich. John Irvine; Herb Hoffman Second row: John Bowersox; 
Dick Shipley; Dick Bielski; Lynn Beightol; Ed Vereb; Ron Waller; Paul Kramer; Bill Walker; George Palahunik. Al Wharton; Don Espy; Tom 
Selep Third row: Charles Boxold; Tom Schloemer; Fred Tullai; Tim Flynn; Dave Nusz; John Merhcks; Stan Polyanski; George Mbrecht; 
Don Brougher, Ralph Bated, Russell Dennis; Bob Haroth; Jim Ryan; Joe Horning Fourth row: Dick O'Donnell; Jim Skarda; Bill Venter; 
Ed Perry; John Uzick. Augie Waibel; Hal Tray, Lynn Szafranski; Gene Dyson; Frank Bartko; Gene Sullivan; Joe Ponzo; Vic Gilona; Bob 
Pellegnm Fifth row: Ben Kopet: Dave Ritter; Dick Porter; Jim Parsons; Tom McLuckie; John Weiciecowski; Roger Curry; Ray Blackburn. 
George Oaves. Bob Pivec; Jim Kilgallen; Martin Greenberg, head manager; John Lacey assistant trainer. Sixth row: Managers Tom 
Cox, Donald Date and Tom ORourke; Assistant coaches Tom Mont. Vern Seibert Jack Hennemier. Warren Giese and Emmett Cheek; 
Head coach Jim Tatum; Assistant coaches Bob Ward. Bill Dovell and Eddie Teague 



Jklahoma, 7-0. 



*ccs 



Standings 



earn 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pti. 


Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pt$. 


Opp. 


lute 


4-0-0 


105 


27 


7-2 1 


317 


81 


toryland 


3-00 


70 


6 


10-1-0 


298 


38 


outh Carolina 


2-3-0 


58 


70 


7-3-0 


ivc 


97 


torth Carolina 


2-3-0 


67 


99 


4-6-0 


173 


187 


ifake Forest 


2-34 


53 


75 


3-6-1 


123 


157 


lemson 


1-2-0 


25 


34 


3-5-1 


139 


172 


KState 


O3-0 


14 


80 


1-9-0 


80 


263 


irqinia 








1-8-0 


75 


242 


VCC Bowl Game 



Maryland Results ( 1 , 


3-0] 






10-1-0 |S-0, 4-0, l-l 


) ■ ACC: 3-0-0, Co-Champions 








Head Coach: Jim Tatum 


S19 |9| 


H 


at Missouri 




w 


20-5 


S26 [9| 


H 


Washinqton & Lee 




,', 


52-0 


03 [31 


H 


■ at Clemson 




.'. 


2(H) 


01 [4| 


H 


Georqia 




'X 


40-13 


017 [31 


H 


■ at North Carolina 




.'. 


26-0 


023 [31 


H 


at Miami 




.<; 


300 


030 [2| 


H 


■ South Carolina " 




.'. 


24-6 


N7 |2| 


H 


Georqe Washinqton 




.'. 


27-6 


NI4 |2| 


l"l 


Mississippi 




.'. 


3M 


N21 |2| 


l"l 


Alabama 




.'. 


21-0 


Oranqe Bow 












Jl III 


[41 


Oklahoma " 




L 


0-7 


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at Washmqto 


X DC i 


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Entering the season ranked No. 3 in the nation, the Terps began the 
1 954 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 74-13 Thanksgiving Day shellacking of Missouri. Mary- 
land finished the season with a No. 8 national ranking 




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ACC Standinas 












Team 


ACC 

W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Duke 


4-0-0 


122 


47 


8-2-1 


270 


161 


Maryland 


4-0-1 


124 


27 


7-2-1 


280 


67 


North Carolina 


4-2-0 


93 


126 


4-5-1 


140 


222 


South Carolina 


3-3-0 


86 


94 


6-4-0 


172 


153 


Clemson 


1-2-0 


40 


49 


5-5-0 


193 


121 


Wake Forest 


14-1 


106 


107 


2-7-1 


129 


165 


Virginia 


0-2-0 


14 


53 


3-6-0 


113 


162 


NC State 


04-0 


27 


109 


2-8-0 


104 


193 


ACC Bowl Game 


Orange Bowl: 


Duke 34. Nebraska / 









Maryland Results (7-2-1, 4-0-1) 

7-2-1 (5-0. 2 2-1) -ACC: 4-0-1, 2nd 


Head Coach: Jim Tatum 


S18 |3| 


l-l 


at Kentucky 


W 24-0 


01 |6| 


[4| 


atUCW 


L 7-12 


09 |I3| 


H 


• at Wake Forest 


T 13-13 


016 




■ North Carolina 


W 33-0 


022 |-| 


|16| 


at Miami 


L 7-9 


O30 




■ at South Carolina 


W 20-0 


N6 




■NC State* 


W 42-14 


N13 |I7| 


H 


■ Clemson 


W 16-0 


."!/ |I3J 


l-l 


Georqe Washinqton 


W 48-6 


N25 |1 0| 


H 


Missouri 


W 74-13 






7954 co-captains Dick Bielski (41 1 ana 
John Irvine ISO). 



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ACC CO-CH AMP IONS 

For the second time in the ACCs first three years, Maryland and Duke 
tied for the league title with identical 4-0 records. The Terps finished 
third in both polls while the Blue Devils earned a 1 6th listing in the 
UPI poll. The ACC posted a 22-18-1 mark against non-conference 
opponents. Maryland led the nation in defense against the rush, 
allowing 83.9 yards per game. Maryland had a 1 5-game win streak 
snapped with a 20-6 loss to Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl. Terp 
center Bob Pellegrini was a consensus All-Amencan and national col- 
lege lineman of the year 




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ACC Standings 












Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


4-0 


105 


26 


10-1 !) 


217 


// 


Duke 


4 


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 


J70 


117 


218 


Wake Forest 


3-3-1 


105 


100 


5-4-1 


131 


157 


South Carolina 


1-5-0 


75 


176 


3-6-0 


120 


209 


NC State 


0-2-1 


38 


7! 


4-5-1 


206 


193 


Virginia 


04 


42 


80 


1-9-0 


96 


201 


ACC Bowl Game 


Orange Bowl: 


Oklahoma 20, 


Maryland 6 







Maryland Results (10-1, 4-0) 



10-1-0 (5-0, 5-0, 0-1 1 • ACC: 4-0-0, Co<hampions 
Head Coach: Jim latum 



SI7 



J8J_ 



al Missouri 



W 13-12 



S24 


PI 


Ml 


11(1 A 


« 1 


01 


CI 


|20| 


at Baylor 


W 20-6 


08 


I'l 


l-l 


• Wake Forest 


W 28-7 


015 


|2| 


[-1 


■ ,][ North Carolina 


« 25 / 



022 



J2L 



029 |1] 



N5 



PI II 



at Syra cuse 

■ South Carolina " 

Louisiana State 



W 34-13 



W 27-0 



W 13-0 



NI2 |2| l-l 


• atden 


« 25-12 


N19 \2\ 1-1 


George Washington 


W 19-0 


Orange Bowl 






12 


Oklahoma 


L 6-20 



at Miami, fti lOrnngt'li 



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college lineman of the year award. 



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"erry Claibornes second season as Maryland coach lifted the Terps to 
'i 5-1 mark in the ACC, and their first national ranking in 1 2 seasons, 
'lie Terps were 5-3 after a 42-22 loss to No. 6 Penn State, but three 
Jecisive wins over Virginia. Clemson and Tulane earned Maryland a 
bid to its first bowl game since the 1956 Orange Bowl. Maryland 
dominated Georgia in the Peach Bowl, outgaming the Bulldogs 461 
o 284 on offense and driving inside the Georgia 20-yard line seven 
imes. Four turnovers proved costly, however and after a 1 0- 1 tie at 
intermission, all Maryland could muster were a pair of fourth-quarter 
'ield goals by Steve Mike-Mayer Defensive tackle Randy White earned 
'he first of his two All-America awards. 

ICC Standings 



earn 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


IC State 


6-0-0 


197 93 


9-3-0 


396 


251 


Ian/land 


5 111 


173 50 


8-4-0 


335 


141 


iemson 


4-2-0 


147 129 


5-6-0 


231 


263 


irginia 


3-3-0 


122 161 


4-7-0 


199 


300 


•uke 


1+1 


58 99 


2-8-1 


132 


204 


lorth Carolina 


1-5-0 


150 159 


4-7-1 


242 


266 


late Forest 


0-5-1 


38 194 


1-9-1 


73 


336 


ICCBov 


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ies 








each Bowl: 


orgia 17, Maryland 16 






iberty Bowl: 


NC State 3 1 . Kansas 1 8 







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8-4-0 |4-2, 3-1, 1-1) ■ ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



S15 


West Virginia 


L 


13-20 


S22 


■ at North Carolina 


W 


23-3 


S29 


Wlanova 


W 


31-3 


06 


Syracuse 


W 


38-0 


013 


■ at NC State 


L 


22-24 



O20 



■ at Wake Forest 



* 37-0 



027 



' Duke 



W 30-10 



N3 



J6L 



Penn State 



L 22-42 



' Virginia 



W 33-0 



NI7 



■ at Clemson 



W 28-13 



N24 



II 7| Tulane 



W 42-9 



Peach Bowl 



D28 



Georgia ' 



L 16-17 



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All-Americans Randy White (941 and 
Paul Vellano \72) bring down Penn 
State's Heisman Trophy winner John 
Cappelletti on Nov. 3. 



1974 

C 



CC CHAMPIONS 



laryland won its first conference championship in 1 8 years, sweep- 
ig past all six of its league opponents. It marked the I Oth time in 
Inference history that a team had gone unbeaten in league play, 
ne Terps extended their win streak against ACC foes to 1 0. Mary- 
ind took a top- 10 ranking into the Liberty Bowl before falling to 
;nnessee, 7-3, and ending the season 13th in the final AP poll, 
'larylands Randy White was a consensus All-American and won both 
te Outland and Lombard! trophies. 



\C C Standings 



earn 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


laryland 


cVftO 


198 35 


8+0 


316 


104 


Iemson 


4-2-0 


130 135 


7-4-0 


246 


250 


orth Carolina 


4-2-0 


146 115 


7-5-0 


364 


379 


CState 


4-2-0 


145 120 


9-2-1 


317 


241 



like 



2-4-0 



110 136 



6-5-0 201 208 



i rqini a 



1-5-0 



61 111 



4-7-0 207 239 



<ske Forest 



0-643 



31 169 



1-10-0 74 348 



CC Bowl Games 



iberty Bowl: 
luebonnet Bowl: 



Tennessee 7, Maryland 3 



NC State 31, Houston 31 



un Bowl: 



Mississippi State 26, North Carolina 24 



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8-4-0 15-1, 2-1, 1-2J 


• ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 






Head Coach 


Jerry Claiborne 






S14 |14| 


131 


Alabama 


L 


16-21 


S21 [141 


H 


Florida 


L 


10-17 


S28 




■ North Carolina 


W 


24-12 


05 




at Syracuse 


'!. 


31-0 


012 




• Clemson 


« 


4: 


019 |18| 


l-l 


■ Wake Forest* 


:\ 


47-0 


026 |I51 


M7| 


■ NC State 


.'. 


20-10 


N2 |15| 


HOI 


at Penn State 


L 


17-24 


N9 1141 


l-l 


Wlanova 


,'. 


41-0 


NI6 1131 


l-l 


■ Duke ' 


X 


56-13 


N23 |11| 


l-l 


■ at Viraima 


'.'. 


100 


Liberty Bowl 


D16 [10| 


|20| 


Tennessee * 


L 


3-7 


at Tampa. Fla 


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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, theTerps 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. Maryland's John Schultz was the nation's top kickoff returner with 
a 31.0 average. 




ACC Standings 










Team 


ACC 

W-L-T 


Pts. Opp. 


Overall 

W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


5-0-0 


182 73 


92-1 


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 


264 


Clemson 


2-3-0 


102 141 


2-9-0 


177 


381 


North Carolina 


1-4-1 


119 159 


3-7-1 


207 


272 


Virqmia 


0-5-0 


98 226 


1-10-0 


175 


428 


ACC Bowl Games 


Gator Bowl: 


Maryland 1 3, Florida 






Peach Bowl: 


Wes 


Virginia 13, NC State 10 







Maryland Results (9-2-1,5-0) 



9-2-1 


14-1,4-1-1, 1 


■01 • ACC: 5-0-0, Champions 






Head Coach 


Jerry 


Ilaiborne 






S6 


|17| 


l-l 


villa nova 


w 


41-0 


SI3 


|141 


|20| 


it Tennessee 


L 


8-26 


S20 


■ at North Carolina 


W 


34-7 


S27 


|20] 


H 


at Kentucky 


T 


10-10 


04 






Syracuse '" 


W 


24 7 


on 






■ NC State 


M 


37-22 


018 


|19] 


H 


■ at Wake Forest 


W 


27-0 


Nl 


[14] 


|9| 


Penn State 


L 


13-15 


N8 


|I6| 


l-l 


at Cincinnati 


W 


21-19 


NI5 






■ at Clemson 


« 


22-20 


N22 


(201 


H 


■ Virginia 


W 


62-24 


Gator Bowl 


D29 


1171 


[131 


Florida ' 


W 


13-0 


at Jacksonville Fla 


(Gator Bowl} 







LeRoy Hughes stacks up the NC State 
QB with Randy White closing in on 
Oct. If. 



1976 

ACC CHAMPIONS 



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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, 30-2 1 , in the Cotton Bowl. Maryland tackle 
Joe Campbell was a consensus All-Amencan. Maryland's No. 8 rank- 
ing in the final AP poll was the first Top 10 finish by an ACC team 
since 1960. 



ACC Standinas 










Team 


ACC 

W-L-T 


Pts. Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


5-0-0 


Ill 24 


11-1-0 


294 


115 


North Carolina 


4-1-0 


144 102 


9-3-0 


243 


220 


Wake Forest 


33-0 


124 118 


560 


177 


2or. 


Duke 


2-3-1 


120 145 


5-5-1 


234 


245 


NC State 


2-3-0 


97 98 


3-7-1 


205 


208 


Virginia 


14-0' 


40 III 


2-9-0 


106 


266 


Clemson 


04-1 




3-6-2 


177 


237 


'toss to Virginia 


Tech counted 

wl Gam 


as conference 








ACC Boi 


es 








Cotton Bowl: 


Houston 30, Maryland 21 






Peach Bowl: 


Kentucky 21, N 








Maryland Results (11-1, 5-0) 



11-1-0 (6-0, 5-0, 0-1) ■ ACC: 5-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 
SI I 1121 H Richmond 



SI 8 



J10L 



S25 |8| H 



'').' 



JZL 



0? IZL 



016 (iL 



W 31-7 



al West Virginia 



W 24-3 



at Sy racuse 



W 42-28 



V'nhiiM'... 



* 20-9 



■ at NC State 



'.'. 16-1 



■ Wake Forest 



W 1715 



« 10 1 



W 24-14 



W 21-0 



Nil [61 




• Clemson ' 


W 20-0 


N20 \t 




• r v'irijini.i 


W 280 


Cotton Bowl 


Jl 14 1 


l»l 


Houston 


L 21-30 



aiDallas. Texas /Cotton Bowl} 




Mark Manges was featured on the 
cover of Sports Illustrated on Oct. 4. 



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1978 

(he Terps fired out of the gates 8-0 including a 3 1 -7 homecoming 
]/m over No. 20 NC State. Maryland steadily rose in the polls, and 
rter a 27-0 shutout of Duke, was No. 5 heading into a showdown 
I; No 2 Penn State. The Nittany Lions won a 27-3 decision in front 
(f 78.0 1 9 which dropped Maryland to No. 1 3 in the polls But after 
j 17-7 win at Virginia, the Terps were paired with Clemson for an 
Ice first-place showdown. No. 1 1 Maryland and No. 12 Clemson 
'ntered the regular-season finale both tied at 5-0. Clemson emerged 
jom the Byrd Stadium shootout a 28-24 victor. The loss sent Maryland 
itto a Sun Bowl matchup with Texas, where it suffered its worst bowl 
iss ever 42-0. 



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Mi 1 
I 



.-£ 



o 







ICC Standinas 










earn 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Hi. 


Opp. 


lemson 


600 


183 71 


11-1-0 


368 


131 


laryland 


5-1-0 


159 62 


9 30 


261 


167 


iC State 


4-2-0 


133 112 


9-3-0 


280 


108 


orth Carolina 


3-3-0 


124 132 


5-6-0 


199 


216 




2-4-0 


56 108 


4-7-0 


108 


247 


/ake Forest 


1-5-0 


59 161 


1-10-0 


104 


274 


trqinia 


0-6-0 


75 143 


2-9-0 


139 


236 


\CC Bowl Gam 

un Bowl: Tex 


es 








is 42, Marylanc 


10 






angerine Bowl: 


NC State 30, Pittsburgh 17 






iator Bowl: 


Clemson 1 7, Ohio State 1 5 








Maryl 


and 

1,0-1) 


Results (9-3, 5-1) 






9 3 0(4 1,5 


•ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 






Head Coach 


Jerry Claiborne 






S9 




Tulane 


W 


31-7 


S16 [201 


H 


at Louisville 


W 


24-17 


S23 [18] 


H 


• at North Carolina 


W 


21 20 


S30 [15] 


[-1 


Kentucky 


W 


20-3 


07 [12] 


[20] 


•NC State" 


W 


31-7 


014 [HI] 


[ ] 


at Syracuse 


w 


24-9 


021 [6] 


[-] 


• Wake Forest 


W 


39-0 


028 [5] 


[-1 


•ai Duke 


w 


27-0 


N4 [5] 


[2] 


,u Penn State 


L 


3-27 


Nil [13] 


[-] 


•al Virginia 


w 


17-7 


N18 [11] 


[12] 


•Clemson 


L 


24 28 


Sun Bowl 


D23 [13] 


[14] 


Texas ' 


L 


1) 42 


al El Paso, Texas (San Bowl) 




77m O'Hare threw for a TD in the 
Terps' homecoming win on Oct. 7. 



1982 



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jnior quarterback Boomer Esiason led the Terrapins and first-year head 
Dach Bobby Ross to a seven-game midseason win streak which earned 
laryland its first national ranking in two seasons After early season losses 
t No. 7 Penn State and No. 17 West Virginia, Maryland scored points at 
ill while rolling through its ACC schedule The Terrapins 3 1 -point aver- 
gewas second only to its undefeated season of 1951, and Ross was 
amed the national coach of the year by the Washington Touchdown 
lub. A 31-24 win at No. 10 North Carolina put Maryland back in the 
inkings, and another shootout with Clemson would determine the ACC 
hampion No. 1 6 Maryland was invited to the inaugural Aloha Bowl in 
onolulu where it surrendered a last-second touchdown to No. 9 Wash- 



igton, losing 2 1-20. 

ICC Standinas 










earn 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Hi. 


Opp. 


temson 


o-O-O 


196 95 


9-1-1 


289 


147 


laryland 


5-1-0 


222 121 


8+0 


373 


770 


orth Carolina 


3-3-0 


146 100 


8-4-0 


348 


149 


uke 


3 3-0 


172 179 


6-5-0 


307 


290 


CState 


3-3-0 


111 131 


6-5-0 


206 


255 


irqinia 


1-5-0 


92 214 


2-9-0 


208 


370 


We Forest 


0-6-0 


91 186 


3-8-0 


200 


786 


eorqia Tech 






6-5-0 


739 


786 


ICC Bowl Games 


toha Bowl: 


Waihinqton 21 


Maryland 20 




.in Bowl: 


North Carolina 26, Texas 1 








Maryland 

8-4-0 |5-1, 3-2, 0-1) ■ 


Results (8-4, 5-1) 






ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 






Head Coach: Bobby 


Ross 






Sll 1-1 171 


at Penn State 


I 


31-39 


SI8 l-l |17| 


at West Virqmia 


L 


18-19 


S25 


■NC State 


,'. 


23-6 


02 


at Syracuse 


.'. 


26-3 


09 


Indiana State 


w 


384 


016 


■ Wake Forest 


w 


52-31 


023 


■ Duke * 


w 


49-22 


O30 [-1 |10| 


■ at North Carolina 


W 


31-24 


N7 [I9| H 


Miami 


w 


18-17 


N13 1181 [III 


• Clemson 


L 


22-24 


N20 [19| H 


■ at Virqinia 


W 


45-14 


Aloha Bowl 








D25 |16| [91 


Washinqton 


L 


20-21 


at Honolulu, Hawaii 


lAloha Stadium! 









Willie Joyner ran for a 1 5-yard 
win over Indiana State on Oct. 



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1983 



ACC CHAMPIONS 

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. 



ACC Standings 




Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pti. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


6-0-0 


154 71 


84-0 


316 


253 


North Carolina 


4-2-0 


184 117 


84-0 


337 


216 


Georqia Tech 


3-2-0 


147 140 


3-8-0 


222 


313 


Duke 


3-3-0 


150 183 


3-8-0 


246 


350 


Virqmia 


3-3-0 


145 150 


6-5-0 


252 


280 


NC State 


1-5-0 


108 159 


3-8-0 


236 


246 


Wake Forest 


1-5-0 


150 218 


4-7-0 


257 


281 


Clemson* 






9-1-1 


338 


200 


• Not elidible for 


:hampionship by 


conference action 








ACC Bowl Games 


Florida Citrus Bowl: Tennessee 30, Maryland 23 


Peach Bowl: 


Florida State 28, North Carolina 


3 





Mary!, 


ind 

2. 0-1 1 

Bobby 


Results (8-4, $-0) 






8-4-0 (5-1. 3 

Head Coach 


■ ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 






toss 






SI0 |17| 


l-l 


at Vanderbilt 


W 


21-14 


S17 1171 


|201 


West Virqinia 


L 


21-31 


S24 H 


|17| 


Pittsburqh 


W 


13-7 


01 [191 


H 


■ Virginia 


w 


23-3 


08 |16| 


H 


Syracuse 


w 


34-13 


015 [161 


H 


■ at Wake Forest 


w 


36-33 


022 |15| 


l-l 


■ Duke * 


w 


38-3 


029 [131 


131 


• North Carolina 


w 


28-26 


N5 171 


[31 


at Auburn 


L 


23-35 


Ni2 mi 


l'7| 


■ at Clemson ' 


L 


27-52 


N19 |20| 


[-1 


■ at NC State 


w 


29-6 


Florida Citrus Bowl 


D17 |16| 


H 


Tennessee 


L 


23-30 


' at Orlando, Fla /Florida Citrus Sow// 


' Clemson ineligible for ACC title, dame counts as Maryland win in 


ACC standings 






Frank Reich led the Terps to an upset 
win over Pittsburgh in his first collegi\ 
start on Sept. 24. 



1984 



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ACC CHAMPIONS 




Maryland pocketed the championship for the second year in a row 
and earned its fifth outright crown over the past 1 1 seasons. The title 
was not decided until the seasons final weekend when the Terps 
knocked off Virginia, 45-34, for the league crown. Maryland, trailing 
Miami 3 1 -0 at the half on Nov. 1 0, rallied for 42 second-half points to 
beat the No. 6 Hurricanes, 4240, setting a record for the greatest 
comeback in NCAA Division l-A football history. The Terps, taking 
part in their third straight bowl game, defeated Tennessee in the Sun 
Bowl, 28-27. 




ACC Sta 


tiding; 












Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


600 


204 


102 


9-3-0 


380 


280 


Virqinia 


3-1-2 


189 


108 


8 4-0 


337 


216 


North Carolina 


3-2-1 


119 


125 


5-5-1 


734 


274 


Wake Forest 


3-3-0 


91 


124 


6-5-0 


205 


232 


Georqia Tech 


2-2-1 


114 


81 


6 4 1 


296 


701 


Duke 


1-5-0 


67 


162 


2-9-0 


178 


301 


NC State 




97 


179 


3-84 


263 


.ill 


Clemson' 








74-0 


346 


715 



' Not eligible for champion,rv- .iction 

ACC Bowl Games 

Sun Bowl: Maryland 28, Tennessee 27 

Peach Bowl: ?4 



Maryland Results (9-3, 6-0) 



9-3-0 


(2-2, 5-1, 2-0| 


• ACC: 6-0-0 Champions 






Head 


Coach 


Bobby 


toss 






SB 




Syracuse 


L 


7-23 


S15 






Vanderbilt 


L 


14-23 


S22 


l-l 


|17| 


at West virqinia 


W 


20-17 


529 






■ Wake Forest 


W 


38-17 


06 


l-l 


I'll 


at Penn State 


L 


24-25 


013 






• Ni State 


W 


44-2! 


027 






■ at Duke 


W 


43-7 


N3 






■ 31 North Carolina 


W 


34-23 


NIO 


l-l 


|6| 


at Miami 


W 


4240 


N17 


l-l 


|20| 


• i mson 


w 


41-23 


N24 


1181 


l-l 


• at Virqinia 


w 


45 « 


Sun Bowl 




|12| 


H 


Tennessee 


.'. 


28 77 



at Baltimore. Ma (Memorial Stof.. 



\WlfrU 




flick Badanjek was named ACC play ." 
of the week after leading the Terps I 
a win over NC State on Oct. 13. 



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ACC CHAMPIONS _ 

srlaryland made it three championships in a row and six in 12 years 
)y finishing unbeaten in ACC play. For the fourth straight year and 
! I th time in 1 3 seasons, the Terps took part in postseason play, knock- 
ng off Syracuse In the Cherry Bowl, 35-18. Maryland extended its 
*\CC winning streak to 17 games with a 33-21 title-clinching victory 
jver Virginia on the final weekend of the season. Offensive tackle 
I.D. Maarleveld was tabbed as a consensus All-American. 



ACC Standinqs 












feam 


ACC 
W-L-T 


P«. 


Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


vtaryland 


6-0-0 


192 


92 


9 30 


326 


192 


ieorgia Tech 


5 1 


136 


55 


9-2-1 


252 


132 


Ilemson 


4 30 


167 


122 


6-6-0 


244 


222 


/irginu 


4-3 


1/; 


150 


6-5-0 


262 


217 


\lorth Carolina 


340 


129 


154 


5-6-0 


224 


223 


)uke 


2-5-0 


94 


174 


4-7-0 


193 


252 


MC State 


2-5-0 


121 


189 


3-S0 


186 


305 


Me Forest 


1-6-0 


99 


174 


4-7-0 


212 


249 


ACC Boi 


wl Games 

Maryland 










Cherry Bowl: 


35, Syracuse 18 






ndependence 


Bowl: Minnesota 
owl: Georgia Te 


20, Clemson 13 






Vl-American E 


ch 1 7. 


Michigan State 14 





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im 




~n — ^ • 






n ''vrz^mi 





> 






K 






Maryland 

9-3-0 |4-1, 3-1,2-11 


Results (9-3,6-0 




■ ACC: 6-O-0, Champions 






Head Coach: 

S7 171 


Bobby 


Ross 






[I9| 


Penn State 




1 18-20 


S14 |17| 


hi 


Boston Colleqe 




W 31-13 


S21 |17| 


H 


West Virginia 




W 28-0 


S28 [I7| 


|17| 


at Michigan 




L 0-20 


05 




■ at NC State 




W 31-17 


01 '1 




• at Wake Forest 




W 21, 3 


02b 




• Duke 




W 40-10 


N2 




• North Carolina " 




W 28-10 


N9 [-1 


|8| 


Miami 




L 22-29 


NI6 




r . 












N29 




• Virginia 




W 33-21 


Cherry Bowl 


D2I 




Syracuse 




W 35-18 


at Foxboro, Mass (Sullivan Stadium), ' at Baltimore. Md 


/Memorial Stadium); 


at Pontiac. Mich po 


Ttiac Silverdomej 














Dan Plocki kicked a game-winning 
field goal with three seconds left to 
lift the Terps past Clemson on Nov. 16. 



2001 



ACC CHAMPIONS 



|jnder first-year head coach Ralph Fnedgen, the consensus national 

I loach of the Year, the Terps claimed their first ACC title since 1 985. 
toryland became the first team other than Florida State to win the ACC 
■He outright since the Semmoles joined the league in 1992. Maryland 
Was selected to the Bowl Championship Series for the first time, meeting 
I londa in the FedEx Orange Bowl at Pro Player Stadium in Miami. E J. 
Henderson was ACC Player of the Year and a consensus AlWmencan. 



JACC Standings 



ACC 

W-L-T PH. Opp. 



Overall 

W-L-T Pts. Opp. 



tayjand 



7-1-0 



271 173 



10-2-0 413 266 



londa S tate 

torth C ar olina 
ieorqia Tech 



6-2-0 304 194 



84-0 



403 304 



5-3-0 237 145 



8-5-0 337 271 



44-0 246 215 



8-5-0 405 281 



IC State 



44-0 212 185 



7-5-0 319 257 



lemson 4-4-0 246 268 


7-5-0 


369 


339 


:rest 3-5-0 213 247 


6-5-0 


292 


311 


: 3-SO 178 244 


5-7-0 


249 


331 


)Ute 0*0 164 390 


0-11-0 


212 


491 


ACC Bowl Games 


edEx Orange Bowl: Florida 56, Maryland 23 


oyota Gator Bowl: Florida State 30, vlrg 


nia Tech 1 / 







hick-fil-A Peach Bo wl: North Carolina 16, Auburn 10 
Ihnanitarian Bo wl: Clemson 49, Louisiana Tech 24 
eattle Bowl: 



Georgia Tech 24, Stanford 1 4 



angerine Bowl: 



Pittsburgh 34, NC State 19 



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Maryland Results (10-2, 7-1) 



10-2-0 (7-0^ 


3-1,0-1 


■ ACC: 7-1-0, Champions 






Head Coach: Ralph Fnedgen 


SI 




■ North Carolina 


W 


23-7 


S8 




Eastern Michigan 


W 


50-3 


S22 




■ at Wake Forest 


W 


27-20 


S29 




West Virginia 


w 


32-20 


06 |25| 


H 


■ Virginia 


w 


41-21 


01 1 |22| 


[I5| 


■ at Georgia Tech 


w 


ot 20-17 


O20 |I2| 


H 


■Duke* 


w 


59-17 


077 [101 


[181 


■ at Florida State 


L 


31-52 


N3 [I5| 


H 


Trov State 


w 


47-14 


NIO 1131 


1-1 


■ Clemson 


w 


37-20 


N17 110] 


l-l 


■ at NC State 


w 


23-19 


FedEx Orange Bowl 








J2 161 


PI 


Florida 


L 


23-56 


at Miami, Fla IPro Player Stadium) 




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ESPN after Maryland captured the 
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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 (II) and finished 
the season ranked 13th 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 Tennessee in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. Linebacker E.J. 
Henderson, the first two-time consensus All-American in Maryland his- 
tory, won the Bednarik (natrons outstanding defensive player] and 
Butkus (nations outstanding linebacker] awards. A school-record eight 
players were named first team AII-ACC. 

ACC Standings 



/^6sc( -#-/•<? 



Team 


ACC 

W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Florida State 


7-1-0 


275 


142 


9-5-0 


42S 


301 


Maryland 


6-2 


247 


161 


1 1-3-0 


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 


44-0 


148 


150 


7-6-0 


280 


267 


Clemson 


44-0 


197 


223 


7-6-0 


330 


349 


Wake Forest 


3-5-0 


196 


198 


7-6-0 


356 


327 


North Carolina 


1 7 


113 


285 


3-9-0 


223 


421 


Duke 


0-8-0 


137 


254 


2-10-0 


227 


353 


ACC Bowl Games 


Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl: 


Mary 


land 

]ia 26, 


10, Tennessee 3 




Nokia Sugar Bowl: 


Georc 


Florida State 1 : 






Mazda Tangerine 


Bowl: 


Texas Tech 55, Clemson 13 






Toyota Gator Bowl: 


NC State 28 


Notre Dame 6 






Continental Tire Bowl: 


Virqinia 48, 


West Virqinia 22 




Silicon valley Classic: 


Fresno State 30, Georqia Tech 21 




Seattle Bowl: 




Wake Forest 38, Oregon 1 7 








Maryland Results (11-3. 6-21 


11-3-0|6-1, 


3-1, 1- 


1| ■ ACC: 6-2-0, T-2nd 






A25 |21| 


H 


vs. Notre Dame' 




L 0-22 


S7 




Akron 




W 44-14 


S14 |-| 


[5] 


■ Florida State 




L 10-37 


S21 




E. Michiqan 




W 45-3 


S28 




Wofford 




W 37-8 


05 




at West virqinia 




W 48- 1 1 


017 




» Georqia Tech 




W 34-10 


026 




■ at Duke 




W 45-12 


N2 




■ at North Carolina 




W 59-7 


N9 [251 


(141 


■ NC State 




W 24-21 


N16 [19| 


H 


■ at Clemson 




W 30-12 


N23 [I8| 


M 


■ at Virqinia 




L 1348 


N30 |25| 


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2003 

After starting its season 0-2, Maryland finished the season by winning 1 
of its last 1 1 games for the second year in a row. In doing so, the Terrapins 
became the first team in Atlantic Coast Conference history to win 1 games 
after starting 0-2. The Terps finished 2003 10-3, winning the Toyota Gator 
Bowl by a resounding 4 1 -7 margin over regional rival West Virginia, a 
team they had beaten once already earlier in the season. Scott McBrien 
was named the games MVP after posting a career performance (21-33, 
381 yards, 3 TDs, int, 2 rush TD) against his former school. Ralph 
Friedgens 31 wins in three years marked the seventh-most in NCAA his- 
tory by a third-year coach and most-ever by an ACC coach. Ten players 
were named first or second team AIWCC, most by any team in the league 



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ACC 
Team W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Overall 

W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Florida State 7-1-0 


269 


138 


10 3-0 


419 


219 


Maryland 6-2-0 


220 


159 


10-3-0 


406 


206 


Clemson 5-3-0 


212 


168 


94-0 


367 


250 


NC State 44-0 


256 


250 


8-5-0 


489 


385 


Virqinia 4 4 


187 


164 


8 5 


364 


265 


Georqia Tech 44-0 


151 


178 


7-6-0 


274 


266 


Wake Forest 3-5-0 


242 


236 


5-7-0 


335 


357 


Duke 2-6-0 


139 


265 


4 8 


210 


343 


North Carolina l / 


184 


322 


2-10-0 


317 


4 59 


ACC Bowl Games 



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FedEx Orange Bowl: 
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Continental Tire Bowl: 
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Humanitarian Bowl: 



Maryland 41, West Virginia 7 

Miami 16, Florida State 14 
NC State 56, Kansas 26 

Virginia 23, PittsburghJ6 

n 27, Tennessee 14 
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L 1 3-20 ot 


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L 10-35 


SI 3 The Citadel 


W 61-0 


S20 West Virginia 


W M 1 


S27 at Eastern Michiqan 


W 37-13 


' >4 • Clemson 


W 21 / 


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0Pj •. it Georqia Tech 


L 3-7 


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W S9-2I 


NI3 • , r imia 


W 27-17 


N22 • at NC State 


W 26-24 




N29 • ii vV* Foresl 


W 41-28 




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I73| |20| w West Virgini.l 


W 41-7 


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RUSHING 



Bus hing Attem pts 



Bushi ng Yards Per C arry 



1 00-Yard Bushin g G ames 



Care«^807, .LaMont Jordan,. 1997-2000 
Season-334 Charlie Wysocki, 1980 



Sr.-2S3, Sieve Atkins, 1978 



Career Imin. 300 att.|-5.57, Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 
Career Imi n. 175 att.|-8 .13, ChetHanulak, 1951-53 
Season (min. 200att.)-6.J4, LaMont Jo rd an, 1999 



Career-1 8, La Mont J ordan, 1997-2 000 
Season-8, C harlie Wysocki, 1 980; St eve Atkins, 1978 
Sr.-B, Ste ve Atkins, 1978 



Jr.-33 4, Charli e Wysocki, 198 

So.-? -17 Charlie Wysocki, 1979 



Fr.-I.59, LaMontJordan, 1997 



Game-50 Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1980 



Season (min. 100 att.J-7 38, Ed Modzel ewski, 1951 
Season (min. 75 att.|-9,78, ChetHanulak, 1953 

Sr.-9.78, Chet Hanulak, 1953 

Jr.-6.29, Chet Hanulak, 1952 

So.-5.93, Alvin Blount, 1984 



Jr.-8, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 



Rushing Yards 



Fr.-5.64, Steve Atkins, 1975 



Career-4,147, LaMontJ ordan, 1 997-2000 



Season- 1,632, LaM ontJor dan, 1999 
Sr>l, 26 1, Steve Atkins, 1978 
Jr.- 1, 632, LaMont Joidan, 1999 



Game |min. 10 att.,-1 5.0, Willie Joyner vs No. Carolina, 
1982 

Bushi ng Tou ch down s 



So.-l.242, Bruce Perry, 2001 



Fr.-689, LaMont Joidan, 1997 



Game ! -306, LaMont Jordan vs. Virginia, 1 999 

By Quarterback- 139, Dennis O'Hara vs. Wake 
Forest, 1969 



So.- 10, Bruce Perry, 2001 



Fr.-9, Rick Badanjek, 1982 



So.-5, Bruce Perry, 2001, LaMontJordan, 1998, 
Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

Fr.-2, LaMontJordan, 1 997; Wayne Winqfield, 1979 
Consecutive-7, Steve Atkins, 1 978 

200-Ya rd Bushing Games 

Car eer-3, Charlie Wysocki, 1 978-8 1 
Season-2, LaMont Jordan, 



Career-44, Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 




Season-16, LaMontJordan, 1999 








Jr.-1 6, LaMontJordan, 1999 





Game-5, Bob Shemonski vs Va. Teclr 1950 



1999; Charlie Wysocki, 1979 
C onsecutive-2, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 

L ongest TD Bun 

98, Steve Atkins vs. Clemson, 1978 

Longest Non-Scoring Bun 

76, Harry Bonk vs. No. Carolina, 1948 



Bu shing A ttemp ts - Career pt 




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 Badanjek, 1982-85 


521 


6. Billy Lovett, 1 966-68 


452 


7. Bruce Perry, 1991,2001-03 


448 


8. Willie Joyner, 1980-83 


437 


ArtSeymore, 1970-72 


437 


10. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 


426 


11. BrenLowerv, 1986-89 


402 


12 Mart Mason 1990-93 


379 


13. Buddy Rodqers, 1994-97 


365 


14. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 


340 


15. Alvin Maddox, 1975-78 


339 


16. Troy Jackson, 1988-91 


321 


17. Alvin Thomas, 1968-70 


304 


18. Richard Jenmnqs, 1972-75 


275 


Jim Joyce, 1957-59 


275 


20. Brian Underwood, 1994-97 


273 


Bushing Attempts - 


■ Season 


1 Charlie Wysocki (JrJ 1980 


334 


2. Steve Atkins ISr), 1978 283 


3 LaMont Jordan (Jr.), 1999 


266 


4. Charlie Wvsocki ISo.l. 1 979 


747 


5. Louis Carter (Sr.l, 1974 


774 


6. Art Sevmore ISo 1, 1970 


771 


7 Bruce Perry (So J. 2001 


219 


8. Louis Carter IJr.l, 1973 


218 


9 Billy Lovett (Sr), 1968 


717 


lu 1- iMont Jordan (Sr), 2000 


213 


11. Chris Downs ISr 1,2002 


208 


12 Willie Joyner (Sr), 1983 


198 


13. George So,;: 


188 


14 Josh Allen (So,), 2003 


186 


15. Tom Hickey ISo ), 1964 


182 


16 Willie Joyner (JrJ. 1982 


177 


17 Troy Jackson (JrJ, 1990 


176 


18 Rick Badanjek |Jr J, 1984 


173 


19 Alvin Blount (JrJ, 1985 


171 


20 LaMont Jordan (So), 1998 


169 




Bushing At tempts - Gam e 

1 . Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1 980 



2, George Scott vs. Vlllanova, 1977 

3. Charlie Wysocki vs. Syracuse, 1 98 1 



Billy Lovett vs. So. Carolina, 1968 



5 Josh A llen vs Virginia, 2003 

6. LaMont Jordan vs. Virginia. 1999 

7 . Charlie Wysocki vs. W. Virginia, 1 980 
George Scott v s. Richmo n d, 1 977 

9. Charlie Wysocki vs. Virginia. 1 98 1 
Len Chiavenni vs. So. Carolina, 1 962 



11. John Nash vs. Wake Forest, 1 98 1 
Charlie Wysocki vs. Clemson, 1 979 



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LtMont Jordan finished his career in 2000 as the 
all-time leading rusher in Terp history and third all- 
time in the ACC. 



1. LaMontJordan, 1997-2000 


4,147 


2. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 


3,317 


3 Steve Atkins, 1975-78 


2,971 


4. Bruce Perry, 1999, 2001-2003 


2,424 


5 Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 


2.417 


6. Louis Carter, 1972-74 


2,266 


7 Alvin Blount 1983-86 


2,158 


8. Willie Joyner, 1980-83 


2.140 


9. Billy Lovett, 1 966-68 


1.913 


10 Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 


1,893 


1 1 Mark Mason, 1 990-93 


1.807 


12 ArtSeymore, 1970-72 


1,65;. 


1 3 Bren Lowery, 1 986-89 


1.611 


14 Alvin Maddox, 1975 78 


1,571 


15 ChetHanulak 1951-53 


1,544 


16 Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 


1,483 


17. Tommy Neal, 1983-86 


1,375 


18 Ralph Felton, 1951-53 


1,355 


19 Josh Allen, 2002-ptesent 


1,327 


20 Richard Jennings, 1972-75 




Rushing Yards - Season 

1 LaMontJordan (JrJ, 1999 




2. Charlie Wysocki |Jr J, 1980 


1,3'' 


3 Steve Atkins (Sr). 1978 




4 Bruce Perry (So.|, 2001 


L242 



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. Charlie Wysocki |So.|, 1979 


1,140 


Willie JoynerUr.l. 1982 


1,039 


. Louis Carter ISr.l, 1974 


991 


. Billy Lovett (Sr|. 1968 


963 


0. Art Sevmore ISo.l. 1970 


945 


1 Josh Allen ISo.l, 2003 


922 


2 LaMont Jordan |Srj, 2000 


920 


3. Willie Joyner|Sr.|, 1983 


908 


4 LaMont Jordan |So] I99S 


906 


5. Lu Gambino ISr.l. 1947 


904 


6. George Scon (So ], 1977 


894 


Tom Hickey ISo.l, 1964 


894 


8. Ed Modzelewski |Sr.|, 1951 


834 


9. Rick Badaniek |Jr.|, 1984 


832 


0. Ah/in Blount |Jr.|, 1985 


828 


lushing Yards - Game 


. LaMont Jordan vs. Virqinia. 1 999 


306 


. Bruce Perry vs. Wake Forest, 2001 


276 


. Josh Allen vs. Virqinia, 2003 


257 


. Willie Joyner vs. Nc. Carolina, 1 982 


240 


. Bruce Perry vs. Wake Forest, 2003 


237 


Georqe Scott vs. Villanova, 1 977 


237 


. LaMont Jordan vs. Duke, 1 999 


227 


Charlie Wysocki vs. Louisville, 1979 


222 


Rick Badaniek vs. Virqinia, 1984 


217 


0. Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1 980 


216 


1. Steve Atkins vs Syracuse, 1976 


215 


2. Alvm Blount vs Clemson, 1 984 


214 


3. Louis Carter vs. Virqinia, 1 974 


213 


4. Chris Downs vs. Georqia Tech, 2002 


212 


5. Charlie Wysocki vs. Virqinia, 1979 


202 


6 Steve Atkins vs Clemson 1978 


197 


7. Alvin Blount vs. Virqinia, 1 985 


186 


Ralph Felton vs. NC State, 1951 


186 


9. Louis Carter vs. NC State, 1974 


180 


0. Charlie Wysocki vs. Clemson, 1 979 


178 




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Rushing Yards Per Carry ■ 

Minimum 175 Rushing Attempts 


■ Career 


1. Chet Hanulak, 1951-53 


8.13 


! Ed Modzelewski 1949-51 


5.57 


i Chris Downs, 2001-02 


5.49 


4. Bruce Perry, 1999, 2001-2003 


5.41 


5 Josh Allen, 2002-present 


5.39 


6 Tommy Neal, 1983-86 


5 33 


7 Ralph Felton, 1951-53 

8 LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 


5 1', 
5.14 


9 Alvin Blount, 1983-86 


5.07 


10 Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 


5 112 


II. Willie Joyner, 1980-83 


4 90 


12 Allen Williams, 1993-94 


4 81 


13 Mark Mason, 1990 93 


4.77 


14. Richard Jennings, 1972 75 


4.76 


15. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 


4.75 


16 Tom Miller, 1969 71 


4.74 


17. Georqe Scott, 1976-77 


4.68 


18. Tim Wilson, 1972-76 


4.67 


19. Rick Badaniek, 1982-85 


4 64 


20. Alvin Maddox, 1975-78 


4 63 


John Nash, 1979 82 


4 63 




Chet The Jet" Hanulak holds the Maryland career 
and season marks for yards per carry. 

Bushing Yards P er Carry - Season 



Minimum 75 Rushing Attempts 




1. Chet Hanulak ISrJ, 1953 


9 73 


2. Ed Modzelewski |Sr.|, 1951 


7 38 


3 Lu Gambino |Sr.|, 1947 


7.23 


4. Chet Hanulak |Jr.|, 1952 


6.29 


5. LaMont Jordan |Jr.|, 1999 


6.14 


6. Alvin Blount ISo.l, 1984 


5.93 


7. Richard Jennings (Jr.|, 1974 


5 88 


8. Willie Joyner (Jr.), 1982 


5.87 


9. Ralph Felton |So.|, 195! 


5.84 


10. Steve Atkins ISo.l, 1976 


5.75 


II. Ed Vereb |Sr.|, 1955 


5 68 


12. Bruce Perry ISo.l, 2001 


5.67 


13. Steve Atkins |Fr|, 1975 


5.64 


14. Ralph Felton ISr.l, 1953 


5.56 


15. Chris Downs ISr.l, 2002 


5.55 


16. Bob Shemonski |Jr|, 1950 


5.54 


17. Tommy Neal ISo.l, 1984 


5.52 


18. Mark Mason ISo.l, 1991 


5.51 


19. Mark Mason (Jr.). 1992 


5.45 


20. LaMont Jordan ISo.l, 1998 


5.36 





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Minimum 1 Rushing Attempts 




1. Willie Joyner vs No Carolina, 1982 


15.0 


2. Ralph Felton vs NC State, 1951 


143 


3. Rick Badanjek vs. Virqinia, 1 984 


12.7 


4 Ted Kershner vs. NC State, 1956 


9.9 


5. Bob Shemonski vs. Georqetown, 1950 


9.6 


6. Bruce Perry vs Wake Forest. 2003 


9.5 


LaMont lordanvs Duke, 1999 


9.5 


8 Ed Modzelewski vs W Virginia, 1 95 1 


9.4 


9 Ed Modzelewski vs. G Washinqton, 1951 


9.2 


Bruce Perry vs. Wake Forest, 2001 


9.2 


II. LaMont Jordan vs. Western Carolina, 1999 


88 


Rushing Touchdowns - 

1 Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 


Career 

44 


2. LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 


36 


3. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 


31 


4. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 


26 


5. Louis Carter, 1 972-74 


25 


6. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 


21 


7 Buddy Rodgers, 1994-97 


19 


8. Tommy Neal, 1983-86 


18 


Ed Vereb, 1953-55 


18 


Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 


18 


11. Bruce Perry, 1999,2001-2003 


17 


12 Josh Allen, 2002-present 


16 


13. Chet Hanulak, 1951-53 


15 


14. Alvin Maddox, 1975-78 


14 


15 Scott McBnen, 2002-03 


13 


Chris Downs, 2001-02 


13 


Jack Scarbath, 1950-52 


13 


18 Alvin Blount, 1933-86 


12 



Lu Gambino, 1 946-47 



George Sc ott, 1976-77 



12 
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Tim Wilson. 1972 76 



Dick Shiner, 1961-63 



Jim Joyce, 1957-59 



Ralph Felton, 1951-53 



EdFullerton, 1950-52 




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rushing touchdowns. 




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Rushing Touchdowns - Sea 


son 


1. LaMont Jordan IJr.l, 1999 


16 


2. Rick Badanjek [Jr. |, 1984 


15 


Bob Shemonski Ur.l, 1950 


15 


4. Louis Carter (Jr.), 1973 


14 


EdVereblSrl, 1955 


14 


6. Chris Downs |Sr), 2002 


13 


7. Rick Badanjek |Sr|. 1985 


12 


8- LaMont Jordan ISr.l, 2000 


11 


Charlie Wvsocki IJr.l, 1980 


11 


Ed Modzelewski |Sr.|, 1951 


11 


Lu Gambmo [Sr.|, 1947 


11 


12. Bruce Perrv ISo. 1,2001 


10 


Marc Riley ISr. 1,2001 


10 


Steve Atkins ISr.l, 1978 


10 


15. Rick Badanjek |Fr.|, 1982 


9 


Steve Atkins IJr.l, 1977 


9 


17. Josh Allen [So. 1,2003 


8 


Josh Allen |Fr.|, 2002 


8 


Tommy NeallSrl, 1986 


8 


Rick Badan|ek (So.). 1983 


8 


Charlie Wysocki ISo.l, 1979 


8 


Jim Joyce ISr.l, 1959 


8 


Rushing Touchdowns - Game 


1 . Bob Shemonski vs. Va. Tech, 1 950 


5 


2. Chris Downs vs. North Carolina, 2002 


4 


LaMont Jordan vs. Clemson, 1 999 


4 


Charlie Wysocki vs Wrqinia, 1 981 


4 


5. Chris Downs vs. Georqia Tech, 2002 
Bruce Perry vs. E. Michiqan, 2001 


3 
3 


LaMont Jordan vs. Middle Tennesse State, 2000 
LaMont Jordan vs. Western Carolina, 1999 


3 
3 


Rick Badan|ekvs. No. Carolina, 1984 


3 


Rick Badaniek vs. NC State, 1984 


3 


John Nash vs. Wake Forest, 1 982 

Steve Atkins vs Duke, 1978 


3 
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, 1 973 


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, 1 958 


3 




Steve Atkins rushed for 100 yards in a record 
seven consecutive games in t978. 



200-Yard Rushing Games - Career 

1. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 3_ 

2. Bruce Perry, 1999, 2001-03 2_ 



LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 



3. 8 players (last time: Josh Allen, Nov. 1 3, 20031 

200-Yard Rushing Games ■ 
Se ason 

I. LaMont Jordan Ur.l, 1999 



Charlie Wysoc ki (S ol, 1979 



1 1 players Ha st time: Bruce Perry (Sr.ll, 2003 



Consecutive 200-Yard Rushing 
Games 



1. Charlie Wysocki ISo.l, J 979 



IPO-Yard Rush ing Ga mes - Career 

I. LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 I8_ 



2. Charlie Wvsocki, 1978-81 



3 



Steve Atkins, 1975-78 



Louis Carter, 1 972-74 



17 
15 
7 



Bruce Perrv, 1999, 200 1 -present 



Marl Mason 1990-93 





Willie Joyne^ 1930 33 


6 


8. 


Buddy Rodqers, 1 994-97 


5 




John Nash, 1973-75 


5 




ArtSeymore. 1970-72 


5 




Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 


5 




Billy Lovett, 1966-68 


5 


1 0O-Yard Rushinq Games - 


-Season 


i. 


Charlie Wvsocki Ur|, 1980 


8 




Steve Atkins ISr.l, 1978 


8 


3 


LaMont Jordan IJr.l, 1999 


7 


4. 


Bruce Perry (So J, 2001 


5 




LaMont Jordan ISo.l, 1998 


5 




Charlie Wysocki ISo.l, 1979 


5 


7 


Chris Downs ISr.l, 2002 


4 




LaMont Jordan ISr.l, 2000 


4 




Charlie Wysocki (Srj, 1981 


4 




John Nash (Jr.], 1981 


4 




Louis Carter ISr.l, 1974 


4 




Art Seymore (Jr.), 1970 


4 




Billy Lovett |Sr.|, 1968 


4 




Tom Hickev ISo.l, 1964 


4 




Ed Modzelewski ISr.l, 1951 


4 


16 


Nine players Hast time: Buddy Rodqers ISo.l, 19951 3 


Consecutive 1 0O-Yard Rushing 
Games 


i. 


Steve Atkins ISr.l, 1978 


7 


2 


Bruce Perry ISo.l, 2001 


5 


3 


Charlie Wysocki |Jr.|, 1980 


4 


4. 


LaMont Jordan ISr.l, 2000 


3 




LaMont lordan (Jr.), 1999 


3 




LaMont Jordan ISo.l, 1998 


3 




Charlie Wvsocki ISo.l, 1979 


3 




George Scott (So), 197/ 


3 




Steve Atkins (So J, 1976 


3 



Mtu&C L-<sza<ex^> 



Year 


Player 


Carries-Yards 


1947 


Lu Gambino 


125-904 


1948 


Hurbert Werner 


101-554 


1949 


Dick Modzelewski 


120-589 


1950 


Bob Shemonski 


101-560 


1951 


Ralph Felton 


83-435 


1952 


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1953 


Ralph Felton 


100-558 


1954 


Ron Waller 


66-592 


1955 


Ed Vereb 


113-642 


1956 


Tom Selep 


62-315 


1957 


Ted Kershner 


41-227 


1958 


Jim Joyce 


97406 


1959 


Jim Joyce 


137-567 


I960 


Pat Drass 


76-297 


1961 


Ernie Anzzi 


79-375 


1962 


Len Chiavermi 


156-602 


1963 


Jerry Fishman 


116480 


1964 


Bo Hickey 


187-394 


1965 


Ernie Torain 


93-370 


1966 


Billy Lovett 


98-451 


1967 


Billy Lovett 


137-499 


1968 


Billy Lovett 


217-963 


1969 


Tom Miller 


169-629 


1970 


Art Seymore 


221-981 


1971 










19/2 


Louis Carter 


119-474 


1973 


Louis Carter 


218-801 








1974 


Louis Carter 


224-991 


1975 


Steve Atkins 


87-491 


1976 


Alvin Maddox 


141-678 


1977 


George Scott 


188-894 


1978 


Sieve AH ins 


283-1,261 


1979 


Charlie Wysocki 


247-1,140 


1980 


Charlie Wysocki 


334-1,359 


1981 


Charlie Wysocki 


159-715 


1982 


Willie Joyner 


177-1,039 


1983 


Willie Jovner 


198-903 


I9S4 


Rick Badaniek 


173-832 


1985 


Alvin Blount 


171-828 


1986 


Alvin Blount 


119-517 


1987 


Bren Lowery 


168-556 


1988 


Ricky Johnson 


136-635 


1989 


Bren Lowery 


100482 


1990 


Troy Jackson 


176-662 


1991 


Mark Mason 


87-452 


1992 


Mark Mason 


96-523 


1993 


Mark Mason 


158-616 


1994 


Allen Williams 


179 649 


1995 


Buddy Rodqers 


158-718 


1996 


Brian Underwood 


97449 


1997 


LaMont Jordan 


159-689 


1998 


LaMont Jordan 


169-906 


1999 


LaMont Jordan 


726 1 632 


2000 


LaMont Ionian 


713 920 


2001 


Bruce Perry 


219-1,242 


2007 


Chris Downs 


708 1 1 54 


2003 


Josh Allen 


186-922 




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Billy Lovett Ed Modzelewski Mark Mason ArtSeymore Bren Lowery Alvin Maddox Chet Hanulak Buddy Rodgers 



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ds Name (Opponent, Date) 

06 LaMont Jordan (Virginia, 1 1 /20/99( 

76 Bruce Perry (Wake Forest, 9/22/01) 

57 Josh Allen (Virginia, 11/13/03) 

f40 Willi e Joyner |No Carolina, 10/ 30/821 

37 Bruce P erry (Wake Forest, 11/2 9/031 



37 
27 



George Scott (Villanova, 1 1/5/77) 
UMon t Jordan IDuke, 10/30/99) 



22 Charlie Wysocki (Louisville, 11/17/79) 



17 Rick Badanjek (Vir ginia. 11/23/841 



Charlie Wysocki (Duke, 10/25/80) 



_Steve_Atkins (Syracuse. 9/25/761 




Alvin Blount {Clemson, j 1/17/841 

Louis Carter (Virginia, 1 1/23/74) 
Chris Downs (Georgia Tech, 1 0/1 7/02) 



D2 Charlie Wysocki (Virginia, 1 1/24/79) 
97 Steve Atkins ICIemso n, 11/18/781 

■ 86 Ralph Felton (NC State, 1 1/17/511 

86 Alvm Blount (Virginia, 11/29/85) 

80 Louis Carter INC State, 10/26/741 
78 Charlie Wysocki (Clemson, 9/1 5/79) 

:77 Charlie Wysocki (Villa nova, 9/6/801 

',77 LaMont Jordan ICIemson, 1 0/1 6/99| 
76 Buddy Rodgers [Duke, 1 0/26/96) 

.73 George Scott ( Virginia, 10/19/771 



72 Billy Lovett (No. Carolina, 1 0/1 2/681 
- f 72 Charlie Wysocki ISyracuse, 1 0/3/8 1 1 



71 George Scott IRichmond, 1 1/1 2/77| 
70 Al Thomas IDuke, 10/18/691 
70 Willie Joyner (Virginia, 1 1 /20/82I 



69 LaMont J ord an [Florida State, 11/1 3/99| 
69 Ste ve Atkins [R ichmond, 9/11/761 



67 Mark Mason [West Virginia, 9/19/921 
M UMont Jordan (West Virginia, 9/18/99) 
■64 Mark Mason [NC St ate, 9/12/921 



163 Allen Williams (West Virginia, 9/1 7/941 
162 SKve Atkins (No Car olina, 9/23/781 



; ,62 Frank Wycheck (Clemson, 1 1/1 4/921 
! 61 Charlie Wysocki (Villa nova. 9/8/79) 
(5J_ 

58 



Louis Carter |No. Carolina, 9/28/741 



LaMont Jordan (Western Carolina, 9/1 1/991 
58 LaMont Jordan (Duke, 1 0/28/001 
,57 Chris Downs [No. Carolina, 1 1/2/021 



56 

53 



Art Seymore (NC State, 1 0/24/70) 



Billy Lovett IS. Carolina, 10/19/681 



:53 Steve A tkin s [Kentucky, 9/30/781 



. 53 Charlie Wysocki (Virginia, 11/21/811 

:53 Bruce Perry (West Virginia, 9/29/011 

52 John Nash (Wake Forest, 10/16/821 

52 Troy Jackson IWake Forest 1 0/1 3/90| 

-; 50 Ricky Jennings (Villanova, 11/9/741 

49 Charlie Wysocki (West Virginia, 9/20/801 

48 Charlie Wysocki (Virgini a, 1 1/22/801 

'47 



Chris D owns (Wqfford, 9/28/02j_ 



47 LaMont Jordan [North Carolina, 1 0/23/991 
44 Josh Allen | NC State, 11/22/031 



■ 44 Charlie Wysocki (Vanderfailt. 9/13/801 
43 Charlie Wysocki (Duke. 1 0/24/8 1 1 
, 43 Bruce Perry (Virqinia, 1 0/6/0 1 1 
, 42 Steve Atkins IWake Forest, 1 0/1 5/771 
Billy Lovett IWest Virqinia, 1 0/1 5/661 
Billy Lo vett IDuke, 10/15/681 



Wayne Winqfield (Wake Forest. 10/20/791 
40 Rick Badanjek INC State, 1 1/1 9/831 
39 Dennis OHara (Wake Forest, 1 0/4/691 
39 Charlie Wysocki (Miss St., 9/22/791 
38 Ed Modzelewski (Geo. Washington. 1 0/6/5 1 1 
38 Alvin Maddox (NC State, 1 0/9/761 



38. 
36_ 

'36 



LaMont Jo rdan [Temple, 9/26/981 



Ricky Jennings (Virginia, 11/22/751 
Wayne Wingfield IDuke. 10/27/791 




LaMont Jordan had the single-greatest rushing day 
in Maryland history with 306 yards against Virginia 
in the 1999 season finale. 

136 John Nash (Wake Forest. 10/17/811 

1 36 LaMont Jordan (No. Carolina, 11/7/981 

135 Monte Hinkle [Fl orida. J 0/23/711 



135 Char lie Wyso cki IPenn State, 10/11/801 
135 LaMont Jordan (Temple, 9/27/97| 



133 Stev e Atkins (West Vi rginia. 9/18/761 

1 33 Bruce Perry lEastern Michigan, 9/8/0 1 1 

1 32 Jack Scarbath (Georgetown, 1 1/1 4/501 

1 32 Chet Hanulak (Alabama. 1 1 /2 1 /53| 

132 EdV ereb ISyr acuse, 11/22/551 



132 Alvm Maddox ICIemson, 1 1 /1 3/761 

1 32 Steve Atkins |NC State, 1 0/7/781 

1 32 Charlie Wysocki (NC State, T 1/1/80) 

1 32 LaMont Jordan IWake Forest, 1 0/1 7/981 

131 Ed Modzelewski IWest Virginia, 11/24/511 

1 29 Ted Kershner |NC State. 1 1 /22/561 

129 Tom Hickey IVirginia. 1 1 /2 1 /64| 

129 Alvin Maddox IKent, 11/13/761 

1 28 Tom Hickey INC State, 1 0/3/641 

1 27 Ed Modzelewski INavy. 10/10/511 

127 Art Seymore (West Virginia. 11/28/70) 

1 27 Louis Carter ICIemson. 11/17/731 

1 26 Tom Hickey (Wake Forest, 11/24/641 

126 Steve Atkins IVirginia, 11/22/751 

1 26 LaMont Jordan INC State. 1 1 /8/97| 

1 25 Dwavne Fletcher |No. Carolina. 1 0/1 7/5 91 

1 25 Alvin Blount (West Virginia. 9/20/861 

1 24 Ed Modzelewski IDuke. 1 0/28/501 

124 Tom Hickey IPenn State. 10/31/ 641 

1 24 George Scott IVirginia, 1 1 /20/76I 

1 22 Ralph Donofrio ICIemson. 11/11/671 

1 22 Tommy Neal IDuke. 1 0/27/841 

120 Willie Joyner (NC State. 1 1/19/831 

1 20 Harold Westley (Wake Forest. 1 0/1 9/961 



Len Chiavenni (S, Carolina, 1 0/27/621 



8 Tom Selep [Baylor. 10/6/561 



8 Monte Hinkle IWake Forest, 1 0/2/7 1 1 



8 Carl Shelton (Virginia. 11/20/711 



8 Steve Atkins [Louisville. 9/1 6/78| 



1 1 8 M ark Ma son [P ittsburgh, 1 0/5/9 1 1 



1 8 Allen Williams (Florida St, 1 1/6/931 
17 Art Seym ore fVillanova, 9/1 2/701 



117 



111 



III 



110 



110 
109 



117 Louis Ca rter [VMI, 9/23/72) 



Jamie Franklin [Cincinnati, 1 1/8/75) 



1 1 6 Josh Allen |West Virginia. 10/5/021 



116 Ron Waller (Missouri, 11/25/54) 
1 1 6 Steve Atkins IDuke, 1 0/22/77) 
116 Willie Joyner IVirginia, 10/1/831 
116 

116 
113 
115 



Mar k Mason IVirgi nia, 1 1/1 7/90 ) 



Bruce P erry (North Carolina, 9/1/01) 
Chet Hanulak IGeorgia, 11/11/521 

Al Neville IWake F orest. 10/7/72) 



15 Randall Jones (Duke, 1 1/14/98) 

14 Jim Joyce (Texas, 9/26/591 
1 4 Art Seymore (NC State. 9/18/711 

14 Brian Underwood [Temple, 9/27/97) 



1 1 4 LaMont Jordan IF Iond a State, 9/28/001 

113 Chet H anulak (Missou ri, 9/19/531 

113 Alvin Maddox (NC State, 1 0/ 1 /7 7 1 

1 1 3 Willie Joyner (Syracuse, 1 0/8/831 

113 Tommy Neal I CIemson, 11/ 17/841 



1 1 2 Buddy Rodgers (West Virginia, 9/16/951 
1 1 2 Mukala Sikyala (Wake Forest, 10/ 21/001 



Ralph Felton (Auburn, 9/27/52) 



Ed Vereb |So Carolina, 11/29/551 



Billy Lovett (Virginia. 1 1/23/681 



Art Seym ore (So. Carolina. 1 0/1 7/7 0J 



1 1 1 Willie Joyner [NC State, 9/25/821 



Louis C arter (NC Stat e, 10/13 /731 



1 1 Steve Atkins (Tulane, 9/9/78) 



John Nash (No Carolina. 10/31/811 



Bob Shem onski IVirginia Tech, 1 2/2/50) 
1 09 Jerry Fishman (Wake, 1 0/26/631 
1 08 Dennis Condie (SMU, 9/23/6 1 1 
10 7 Ed Fullerton INavy, 10/18/521 



107 Chet Hanulak IGeorgia, 10/10/531 

1 07 Buddy Rodgers (Tulane, 9/2/951 

1 06 Charlie Wysocki (Clemson, 11/1 5/801 

1 06 Buddy Rodgers (Wake Forest, 1 0/ 1 9/96| 

1 05 Ricky Jennings IDuke, 11/1 6/74| 

105 Jamie Franklin (Virqinia, 11/22/751 

105 Tim Wilson (Villanova. 1 0/2/761 

1 05 Rick Johnson IDuke. 1 0/22/881 

105 Shaun Hill (Duke, 10/20/011 

1 04 Steve Atkins IWake Forest. 10/21/78) 

104 Tim Whittle IDuke. 10/27/79) 

104 John Nash |NC State. 9/26/81) 

1 04 Rick Badaniek (Wake Forest. 9/29/841 

1 04 Alvm Blount [Virginia, 1 1 /24/84I 

1 04 Bren Lowery [Virqinia, 1 1 /28/86I 

103 Bob Shemonski (Virginia Tech, 1 2/2/50) 

1 03 John Nash (Virginia. 11/21/811 

1 03 Mark Mason (Va. Tech, 9/25/931 

1 03 Allen Williams (Georgia Tech. 1 0/22/941 

1 03 Buddy Rodgers IDuke. 9/23/951 

102 Ed Modzelewski IMissoun. 1 1 /3/5 1 1 

1 02 Dick Bielski [No. Carolina, 1 0/1 6/54) 

1 02 Steve Atkins ISyracuse, 1 0/1 4/781 

102 Tim O Hare (Virqinia, 11/11/781 

1 02 Mart Mason IPenn State, 9/26/921 

1 02 Frank Wycheck |No. Carolina, 10/31/921 

102 Louis Carter IPenn St.. 1 1/2/741 

1 02 LaMont Jordan IGeorgia Tech, 1 0/3 1 /98| 

101 Tom Miller IDuke, 10/18/691 

101 Tom Miller (VMI, 10/30/71) 

1 1 LaMont Jordan (NC State, 1 1 /4/00) 

101 UMont Jordan |No. Carolina, 1 1/1 1/001 

1 00 Allen Williams (Tulane, 1 0/29/941 

1 00 Charlie Wysocki (Vanderbilt. 9/12/8 1 1 



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ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING 



AH-Purp o se Running Atte mpts All-Purpose Running Yards 

Career-888, LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 

Season-338, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 



Sr.-297, Stev e At kins, 1978 



C areer-4,960, LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 
S eason-1,840, LaMont Jordan, 1999 
Sr.-1562, Steve Atkins, 1978 



Jr.-338, Char li e Wysocki, 1980 



Jf.-I,8 40, LaMont Jordan, 1 999 



So.-258. Charlie Wysocki, 1979 



So.-l.7l8, Bruce Perry, 2001 



Fr.-1 86, LaMont Joidan, 1997 



Fr.-920, LaMont Jordan, 1997 



Al l-Purp ose Yards Pe r P l ay 

Career |min. 1 ,000 yds|-22 29, Levyis Sanders, 1 996-99 
Season |min. 600 ydst-2 1 .00, Billy Van Heusen, 1 966 
Sr.-I8.50, Barry Johnson, 1990 
Jr.-2 1 .00, Billy Van Heusen. 1966 
So.-l8.54, Azizuddm Abdur-Ra'oof, 1985 
Fr.-1 5.37, Jermaine Lewis, 1 992 



All-Purpose Running Att - Career 




1. LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 


888 


2. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 


788 


3. Louis Carter, 1972-74 


655 


4. Steve Atkins, 1975-78 


652 


5. Rick Badaniek, 1982-85 


618 


6. BrenLowery, 1986-89 


580 


7. Bruce Perry. 1999, 2001-03 


509 


8. Alvin Blount, 1983-86 


498 


9. Willie Jovner, 1980-83 


491 


10. Billy Lovett, 1966-68 


476 


II. ArtSeymore, 1970-72 


467 


12. Mark Mason, 1990-93 


461 


13. Buddy Rodqers, 1994-97 


431 


14. Alvin Maddox, 1975-78 


364 


15. Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 


362 


16. Troy Jackson, 1988-91 


359 


17. Alvin Thomas, 1968-70 


350 


18. Ricky Johnson. 1988-89 


330 


19. Brian Underwood, 1994-97 


329 


20. Richard Jenninqs, 1972-75 


319 


All-Purpose Running Att 


- Season 


1. Charlie Wysocki Ur.l, 1980 


338 


2. SteveAtkins ISr.l, 1978 


297 


3 LaMont Jordan [Jr.], 1999 


285 


4. Bruce Perry |So.|, 2001 


265 


5. Charlie Wysocki ISo.l, 1979 


258 


6. Louis Carter |Sr.|, 1974 


255 


7. Louis Carter Ur.l, 1973 


244 


8. ArtSeymore ISo.l, 1970 


237 


9. LaMont Jordan |Sr. 1,2000 


234 


10 Chris Downs |Sr.|, 2002 


226 


II. Willie Joyner ISr.l, 1983 


221 


12. Billy Lovett ISr.l, 1968 


220 


13. BrenLowery ISo.l, 1987 


212 


14. Georqe Scott ISo.l, 1977 


210 


15. Josh Allen (So.). 2003 


200 


16. Troy Jackson Ur.l, 1990 


200 


17 Willie Joyner (Jr.). 1982 


194 


; BadanjekJJr], 1984 


193 


Tom Hickey [So.|, 1964 


193 


20 Alvin Blount |Jr], 1985 


189 


All-Purpose Running Yards - 
Career 


1. LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 


■1.960 


2. Jermaine Lewis, 1 992-95 


3.950 


3 Louis Carter, 1972-74 


3,704 


4. BrenLowery, 1986-89 


3,665 


5 SteveAtkins, 1975-78 

6 Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 

7 Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 


3,535 
3.519 
3,406 


8 Bruce Perry, 1999, 2001-03 


3,019 


9. Steve Suter, 200 1 -present 


2,919 


10 Alvin Blount, 1983-86 


2,885 



II Mark Mason, 1990-93 



2,738 




LaMont Jordan holds both all-purpose attempts 
and all-purpose yards records. 



12 


Willie Joyner 1980-83 


2,671 


13 


Larry Marshall, 1969-71 


2,573 


14. 


Geroy Simon, 1993-96 


2 190 


15 


Tom Brown, 1 960-62 


2,385 


16 


Bob Shemonski, 1949-51 


2,336 


17 


ChetHanulak. 1951-53 


2 296 


18 


Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 


2,194 


19 


Ricky Johnson, 1988-89 


2.160 




Keeta Covington, 1 983-86 


2,160 




Billy Lovett, 1966 68 


2.160 



All-Purpose Running Yards 
Season 



1. 


LaMont Jordan Ur.l, 1999 


1,840 


2. 


Bruce Perry ISo.l, 2001 


1,718 


3. 


Steve Suter (So.), 2002 


1,702 


4. 


Steve At! ins [Sri, 1978 


1,562 


5 


Louis Carter ISr.l, 1974 


1,498 


6 


Bob Shemonski (Jr|, 1950 


1,427 


7 


Charlie Wysocki [Jr J, 1980 


1,383 


8. 


Chris Downs ISr.l, 2002 


1,319 


9 


Bren Lowery |Jr.|, 1988 


1,315 


10 


Charlie Wysocki ISo.l, 1979 


1,262 


11 


ArtSeymore ISo.l, 1970 


1,254 


12 


Tom Brown |Sr|, 1962 


1.242 


13 


Marcus Badqett ISr.l, 1992 


1,240 


14 


Lu Gambino ISr.l, 1947 


1,219 


15 


Steve Suter Ur 1,2003 


1,214 


16. 


Louis Carter Ur.l, 1973 


1,212 


17. 


LaMont Jordan |Sr.|, 2000 


1,207 


18. 


Ricky Johnson Ur|, 1988 


1,201 


19 


ChetHanulak |Sr.|, 1953 


1,178 


20 


Jermaine Lewis (Sr|, 1995 


1,174 



All-Purpose Yards Per Play - Careei 

Minimum 1, 000 Yards and two seasons 



1 


Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 


22.29 


2 


Chad Scott, 1995-96 


19.25 


3 


Jermaine Am'nqton, 1998-99 


18.17 


4 


Marcus Badqett, 1989-92 


17.58 


5 


GreqHill. 1981-84 


17.15 


6 


James Millinq, 1984-87 


16.82 


7 


Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984-87 


16.72 


a 


Russell Davis. 1 979-83 


16.43 



Barry Jo hnson, l987-90_ 
Vlnce Kinney, 1974-77 



16.24 



16 lo 



21.00 



All-Purpose Yards Per Play - 
Season 

Minimum 600 Yards 

1. Billy Van Heusen (Jr.), 1966 

2. Greg Hill Ur.l, 1983 

i_ 

4 
5 
6 
7 



19.97 



Jermaine Arrinqton | Jr. |, 1998 



18.62 



Tom Brown |Jr.|, 1961 


18.56 


Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof ISo.l, 1 985 


18.54 


Barry Johnson ISr.l, 1990 


185) 


James Millinq (Jr.|, 1986 


17.92 


Russell Davis [So ], 1981 


17.79 



9. Ll oyd Colteryahn |Sr.|, 1952 



17 6i 



1 0. Jermaine Lewis |So.] t 1993 
11 Larry Marshall |Sr], 1971 



17.43 
17.35 



12 Steve Suter [So ], 2002 


17 1' 


13 Keeta Covington [Jr.] 1985 


16 3/ 


14 Marcus Badgen (Sr). 1992 


16 2? 


1 5 Barry Johnson [Ji | 1 9S9 


16.02 


16 Greg Hill [Sr.j, 1984 


154/ 


17 Azizuddin Abdur-Ra oof [Sr], 1987 


15.45 


18 Jermaine Lewis [Fr.J, 1992 




19. Jermaine Lewis [Jr.], 1994 




20. Keeta Covington [Sr], 1986 


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&r&$±.4k. 




Passing Attempts 



Career-982, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Seaso n-482, John Kaleo, 1992 
Sr.-482, John Kaleo, 1992 



Jr.-353, DanHenning, 1986 



$0.-431, Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Fr.-l 79, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Game-62, Scott Milanovich vs Florida St., 1995 



Passing Completions 

Career-650, Scott Milanovich, 1 992-95 
Season-286. John Kaleo, 1992 . 
$r.-286, John Kaleo, 1992 



Passing Completion Percentage 

Career |min. 200 att.|- 662. Scott Milanovich |650 of 
982 1, 1992-95 

Season |min. 125 att.)-688, Scon Milanovich |229 of 
333], 1994 

Sr.- 665, Scott Milanovich (125 of 188J, 1995 
Jr.- 688, Scott Milanovich (229 of 333), 1994 
So.- 647, Scott Milanovich (279 of 43 1 1, 1 993 



So.-26, Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Fr.-5, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Fr.- 520, Calvin McCall (93 of 1 79), 1999 
Game (min. 10 att.|-909, Bob Avellini (10 of 1 1) vs. 
Duke, 1974 



Game-5, Scott Milanovich vs. NC State, 1994; Scott 

Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1 993, Scott Milanovich vs 
W Virginia, 1 993, Scott Milanovich vs. No. Carolina, 
1 993; John Kaleo vs. Clemson, 1 992 

400-Yard Passing Games 

Career-5, Scott Milanovich, 1 992-95 

Season-5, Scott Milanovich, 1 993 



Consecutive-3, Scott Milanovich, 1993 









Jf.-229, Sco tt Milanovich, 1994 
$o.-279, Scott Milanovich , 1993 



Fli-93. Calvin McCall, [99?_ 



Game-46, Scott Milanovich v s. Florid a St., 1995 

Passing Yardage 

Career-7,301, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 



Passing Efficiency Rating Points 

Career (min. 200 attJ-J 42.03, Scott McBrien, 20 02-03 
Season (min. 125 att.)-147 43, Frank Reich, 1984 
$r.-14743 Fran! Reich 1984 



300-Yard Passing Games 

Career-1 0, Scott Milan ovich, 1992-95 



Season-5, Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Consecutive-3 Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Jr.-l 43.57, Scott Milanovich, 1994 



So.-144.48. Scon Milanovich, 1993 
Fr.-l 17.10, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Passing Interceptions 



$eason-3,499, Scon Milanovich, 1993 



Passing Touchdowns 



$r.-3,392, John Kaleo, 1992 



Career-49, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 



Jr.-2,725, DanHenning, 1986 



$eason-26, Scott Milanovi ch, 1993 



So.-3 .499, Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Fr.-l, 264, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Game-498, Scott Milanovich vs. Va. Tech, 1993 



Sr- 1 9, Scott McBrien, 2003 



Jr.-20, Scott Milanovich, 1 994 



Career-35, Scott Milanovi ch, 1992-95; Dick Shiner 1961-63 
Season-22, John Kaleo, 1992 

Longest T ouchdown Pass 

92, Stan Lavme to Ed Bolton vs. So. Carol i na, 1 949 

Longest Non-Scoring Pass 

76, Scott Milanovich to Jermame Lewis vs. W. Vi r gini a , 1 993 



'assing Attempts - Career 



Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 


982 


Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 


850 


NeilODonnell, 1987-89 


658 


DanHenninq, 1985-87 


641 


Scott McBrien, 2002-03 


598 


Brian Cumminqs, 1 994-97 


594 


John Kaleo, 1991-92 


537 


Dick Shiner, 1961-63 


536 


Scott Zolak, 1988-90 


509 


0. Shaun Hill, 2000-01 


455 


1. Stan Gelbauqh, 1981-85 


454 


2. Al Neville, 1971-73 


402 


3. Bob Avellini, 1972-74 


394 


4. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 


378 


5. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 


367 


6. MikeTice, 1977-80 


331 


7. Jim Sandwisch, 1988-91 


315 


S PhilPetry, 1964-66 


309 


9. LarrvDick. 1973-77 


306 


9. Mark Manges, 1974-77 


287 


'assing Attempts - 


Season 


John Kaleo |Sr.|, 1992 


482 


Scott Milanovich (So. I, 1993 


431 


Scott Zolak ISr.l, 1990 


418 


DanHenning (Jr. |, 1986 


353 


. Scott Milanovich (Jr.). 1994 


333 


. Shaun Hill ISr.l, 2001 


329 


. Scott McBnen |Sr. 1,2003 


314 


Boomer Esiason (Jr.], 1982 


314 


. Stan Gelbaugh (Sr), 1985 


311 


0. Boomer Esiason (Sr), 1983 


294 


1. Jim Sandwisch ISr.l, 1991 


291 


2. Dan Henning |Sr.|, 1987 


287 


3. Scott McBnen (Jr.), 2002 


284 


4. Neil O'Donnell |Sr.|, 1989 


280 




15. Neil O'Donnell |Jr), 1988 



16. Brian Cummmgs (Sr), 1997 



17_Bpomer Esiason (So), 1981 



267 
255 
242 



18. Dick Sh iner |Sr.|, 1963 

19. Al Neville (So.), 1971 



20. Dick Shiner (Jr.). 1962 



222 
204 
203 



Passing Attempts - Game 



Scott Milanovich vs Florida St., 1995 



2. John Kaleo vs. No Carolina, 

3. Scott Milanovich vs. Va. Tech, 



1992 



1993 



62 
58 
57 



John Kaleo vs. NC State, 1992 



1993 



5. Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 

6. Scott Milanovich vs. W Virginia, 1 993 
Dan Henning vs. NC State, 1 986 

8. Scott Milanovich vs. Ga. Tech, 1 995 
Scott Milanovich vs, Virginia, 1994 
10 Scott Milanovich vs No Carolina, 1993 



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55 
54 
54 
51 
51 
50 



Passing Completions ■ 


- Career 


1. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 


650 


2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 


461 


3. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 


387 


4. DanHenning, 1985-87 


353 


5. Brian Cummings, 1 994-97 


344 


6. Scott McBrien, 2002-03 


335 



305 



Scott Milanovich holds or shares 31 Maryland 
passing records, including career marks for 
attempts, completions, yards and completion 
percentage. 



8. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 


287 


9 Shaun Hill, 2000-01 


270 


Scott Zolak, 1988-90 


270 


11. Stan Gelbauqh, 1981-85 


251 


12. Bob Avellini, 1972-74 


231 


13. Al Neville, 1971-73 


217 


14. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 


198 


15. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 


183 


16. Larry Dick, 1973-77 


180 


17. MikeTice. 1977-80 


166 


18. Mark Manges, 1974-77 


155 


19. Jim Sandwisch, 1988-91 


154 



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Boomer Esiason is second to Scott Milanovich in 
career passing yards, completions and attempts. 

Pass ing Co mpletio n s - Season 

I. JohnKaleo fSrj, 1992 286 



Scott Milanovich (So.), 1993 



279 



Scott Milanovi ch (Jr|. 1994 



229 



ScottZo lak (Sr), 1990 



225 



_Shaun Hill (Sr), 200.1.. 



197 



Dan Henninq (Jr.), 1986 



196 



Boomer Esiason (Jr.l, 1982 



176 



Scott M cBrien (St I, 2003 



173 



Stan Gelbaugh (St|, 1985 



166 




10. Boomer Esiason ISr.l, 1983 


163 


1 1 . Scott McBrlen (Jr.l, 2002 


162 


12. Neil ODonnell |Jr.|, 1988 


160 


13. Dan Henninq (Sr.|, 1987 


157 


14. Neil O'Donnell (Sr.|, 1989 


156 


15. Brian Cumminqs ISr.l, 1997 


154 


16. Jim Sandwisch ISr.l, 1991 


142 


17. Scott Milanovich (Sr). 1995 


125 


18. Boomer Esiason ISo.l, 1981 


122 


19. Dick Shiner (Jr.). 1962 


121 


20. Bob Avellini fSr), 1974 


112 


Passing Completions - 


Game 


1 . Scott Milanovich vs. Florida St., 1 995 


46 


2. Scott Milanovich vs. Wake Forest, 1 993 


37 


3. Scott Milanovich vs. Syracuse, 1994 


35 


Scott Milanovich vs. W. Virqinia, 1993 


35 


5. Scott Milanovich vs. No. Carolina, 1993 


34 


6 Scott Milanovich vs Wake Forest, 1 995 


32 


Scott Milanovich vs. Virqinia, 1994 


32 


Scott Milanovich vs NC State, 1 994 


32 


JohnKaleo vs Virqinia, 1992 


32 


10 JohnKaleovs No Carolina. 199? 


31 



Passing Yards - Career 




1. Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 


7,301 


2. Boomer Esiason, 1981-83 


6,259 


3 Scott McBnen, 2002-2003 


5,169 


4. Neil O'Donnell, 1987-89 


4,989 


5. Dan Henninq, 1985-87 


4,%0 


6. Brian Cumminqs, 1994-97 


4,080 


7. JohnKaleo, 1991-92 


3,660 


8. Stan Gelbauqh, 1981-85 


3,659 


9. Dick Shiner, 1961-63 


3,410 


10. Bob Avellini, 1972-74 


3,222 


11. Shaun Hill, 2000-01 


3,159 


12. ScottZolak, 1988-90 


3,124 


13. Calvin McCall, 1999-2000 


2,797 


14. Larry Dick, 1973-77 


2,601 


15. Alan Pastrana, 1965-68 


2,552 


16. Al Neville, 1971-73 


2,493 


17. JackScarbath, 1950-52 


2,287 


18. MarkManqes, 1974-77 


2,147 


19. MikeTice, 1977-80 


2,052 


20. Frank Reich, 1982-84 


1,704 


Passing Yards - Season 


1. Scott Milanovich ISo.l, 1993 


3,499 


2. JohnKaleo ISr.l, 1992 


3,392 


3. Dan Henninq (Jr.l, 1986 


2,725 


4. Scott McBrien |Sr.|, 2003 


2,672 


5. ScottZolak ISr.l, 1990 


2,589 


6. Scott McBrien (Jr.). 2002 


2,497 


7. Stan Gelbauqh |Sr|, 1985 


2,475 


8. Scott Milanovich Ur.l, 1994 


2,394 


9. Shaun Hill ISr.l, 2001 


2,380 


10. Boomer Esiason ISr.l, 1983 


2,322 


11. Boomer Esiason |Jr.|, 1982 


2,302 


12. Neil O'Donnell ISr.l, 1989 


2,103 


13. Neil O'Donnell Ur.l, 1988 


1,973 


14. Dan Henninq |Sr|, 1987 


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