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MARYLAND FOOTBALL 

Sat. Sept. 3 NAVY* (csiv) 



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at. Sept. 17 WEST VIRGINIA up/Raycm) 12:00 PM 

at. Sept. 24 at Wake Forest 

at. Oct. I VIRGINIA (HC) 

at. Oct. 8 at Temple 

hu. Oct. 20 VIRGINIA TECH (ESPN) 7:45 PM 

at. Oct. 29 at norida State 

at. Nov. 12 at North Carolina 

at. Nov. IS 80ST0N COLLEGE 

at. Nov. 26 at NC State 

at. Dec. 3 ACC Championship (abo | 1:00 PM 

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liiis is Maryland FootbaD i-30 

2004 Schedule 1 

Table of Contents 2 

The Maryland Philosophy 4 

Game Day at Byrd 6 

Gossett Team House 8 

Byrd Stadium 10 

Fridge Fever 12 

Going Bowling 14 

Honored Terps 16 

ACC Conference of Champions 18 

Media Spotlight 20 

Terps' NFL Connection 22 

Terps' Quarterback Legacy 24 

No Better Place 26 

So Much. . . So Close 28 

Walk-ons 30 

Coaching Staff 31-50 

Head Coach Ralph Friedgen 32 

Assistant Coaches 38 

Charlie Taaffe, Offensive Coordinator ... 38 
Gary Blackney, Defensive Coordinator. . . 39 

Tim Banks, Inside Linebackers 40 

Bryan Bossard, Wide Receivers 41 

Tom Brattan, Offensive Line 42 

John Donovan, Running Backs 43 

Ray Rychleski, Special Teams/ 

Tight Ends & H-Backs 44 

AfSeamonson, Outside Linebackers/ 

Special Teams Asst 45 

Dave Sollozzo, Defensive Line/ 

Recruiting Coordinator 46 

Support Staff 47 

2005 Season Outlooii 51-66 

2005 Season Preview 52 

Preseason Depth Chart 59 

Alphabetical Roster 60 

Numerical Roster 62 

Terps By State 64 

Personnel Breakdown 65 

Quick Facts 66 

2005 Teirapins 67-106 

Player Profiles 68 

Newcomer Profiles 103 

2005 Preseason Honors 106 

2004 Season Review 107-126 

2004 Review Notebook 108 

2004 Final Statistics 113 

Offensive Game-by-Game Stats 115 

Defensive Game-by-Game Stats 116 

Team Game-by-Game Stats 117 

Season Superlatives 118 

Participation Chart 119 

Game-by-Game Starters 1 20 

Game-by-Game Capsules 121 

Atlantic Coast Confeience . . 127-132 

About the Atlontic Coast Conference. ... 1 28 

2004 ACC Review 1 29 

2004 Team Statistics 1 30 

2004 Individual Statistics 131 

2004 ACC Players of the Week 1 32 




2005 Media Guide Credits 

Ttie 2005 University of Maryland Football Media Guide was 
published by the Maryland athletic media relations office with the 
intent to serve all media and followers of Terrapin football. 
Additional copies may be purchased tor $20. Mail orders should 
include $3 for postage and handling. Call (301) 314-7064 to 
order. 

The guide was written and edited by Greg Creese, associate 
media relations director. Additional writing and editorial assis- 
tance was provided by Doug Dull, associate athletics director tor 
media relations. Layout and design by Patrick Fischer, publica- 
tions coordinator and assistant media relations director Cover 
and first 30 pages designed by John Schaffhauser 

Research and editorial assistance by Michael S. Gerton, Sean 
O'Connor, Amy Mulligan, Adam Zundell , Kelly Bramble, Kate 
Homan, Mariel Brady, Daren Jenkins and Sam Angell. 

Photography by Greg Flume. Tony Quinn. Larry French, John 
Studwell, John H. Reid III, Dave Christiansen, Bruce 
Schwartzman, John Consoli. Bill Welch, Karl Merton Feron, Bill 
Vaughan and f\IFL Photos. 

The Maryland athletic media relations staff extends its thanks 
to all ACC and opponent sports information offices, the NFL, 




Anne Turkos and her staff in university arcfiives, and all members 
of past sports information staffs that have assisted in compiling 
information that is an integral part of this guide. Any corrections 
or additions to the media guide are welcome and should be 
directed, in writing, to Greg Creese. 

Tl)e 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 regard- 
ing 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 Act of 1973. or related legal require- 
ments should be directed to the Office of Human Relations. 1 1 30 
Shriver Laboratory. East Wing. College Park. Maryland 20742- 
4321: telephone— 301-405-2838. Inquiries concerning the appli- 
cation of Section 504 and Part 34 of the C.F.R. to the University of 
Maryland. College Park. Maybe directed to the Director. Disabled 
Student Services. 0126 Shoemaker Hall. University of Maryland. 
College Park. Md. 20742: telephone— 301-314-7682 (voice) or 
301-314-7683 (TTY).e or Doug Dull. 



Opponent Information 133-140 

Navy (Sept. 3) 134 

Clemson (Sept. 10) 134 

West Virginia (Sept 17) 1 35 

Wake Forest (Sept 24) 1 35 

Virginia (Oct. 1) 136 

Temple (Oct. 8) 136 

Virginia Tech (Oct. 20) 1 37 

Florida State (Oct 29) 1 37 

North Carolina (Nov. 12) 1 38 

Boston College (Nov. 19) 1 38 

NC State (Nov. 26) 1 39 

Maryland's Travel Itinerary 139 

2005 Composite Schedule 1 40 

Postseason History 141-158 

Bowl Gome Results 1 42 

Bowl Game Capsules 142 

All-Time Bowl Records 149 

Team Capsules 1 50 

1949 & 1951 150 

1952 & 1953 National Champions. . . 151 

1 954 & 1955 152 

1 973 & 1 974 1 53 

1 975 & 1 976 1 54 

1 978 & 1982 155 

1 983 & 1984 156 

1985 & 2001 157 

2002 & 2003 1 58 

AU-Time Honors 159-168 

All-Americans 1 60 

Outstanding Award Winners 161 

Honorable Mention All-Americans 161 

ACC Special Honors 162 

All-ACC Selections 162 

Academic All-Americans 163 

All-ACC Academic Selections 163 

Terps in the Hall of Fame 164 

Maryland Team Awards 166 

Coaches' Awards 168 

LeFrak Scholarship 1 68 

Terps in the Pros 169-178 

Terps on 2004 NFL Rosters 1 70 

Terps in Other Pro Leagues 1 70 

All-Time Terps in the NFL 171 

Terp Coaches in the NFL 1 73 

First Round Draft Picks 1 74 

All-Time NFL Draft Picks 174 

NFL Players by Position 1 76 

Frank Reich: The King of Comebacks ... 178 

History 8 Records 179-192 

Annual Records & Finishes 180 

All-Time Composite Totals 181 

Yeor-by-Year Results 1 82 

Individual Records 1 89 

Rushing Records 1 89 

All-Purpose Records 1 89 

Passing Records 1 90 

Total Offense Records 1 90 

Receiving Records 1 90 

Scoring Records 191 

Punting Records 191 

Punt Return Records 1 92 

Kickoff Rehjrn Records 1 92 

Tackles/Sacks Records 192 

Interception Records 1 92 

University of Maryland .... 193-208 

University of Maryland 1 94 

Distinguished Alumni 1 96 

President CD. Mote Jr 197 

Athletics Director Deborah Yow 1 98 

Academic Support & Career Development . 200 

Undergraduate Programs of Study 201 

Strength & Conditioning 202 

Sports Medicine 203 

Athletic Development 204 

Terps on Radio 205 

Media Information 206 

Covering tfie Terps 208 



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

In the (lassroom, our expectation is that ea<h and every 
student-athlete will earn a degree while achieving the 
highest possible academic average. 

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

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

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

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

We will develop relationships that last a lifetime. 

We will have fun playing the great game of football. 



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Maryland Alma Mater 

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

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

Maryland Victory Song 

Maryland, we're all behind you. 

Wave high the black and gold. 

For there is nothing half so gioriojjs^ 

As to see our men victorious. 

We've got the team, boys. 

We've got the steam, boys. 

So keep on fighting, don't give in! 

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

Maryland will win. 





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The Gossett Football Team House exponsion 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: 

C^ Expandml academic support and 
career development unit 

^^ New recruit meeting room/dining 
facility with kitchen 
New team meeting auditorium 
Expanded entrance and lobby 

Phase One of the 1 5,500 square-foot renovation included the 
creation of an expanded academic support lob. This increased 
the existing space dedicated to support and strengthen the aca- 
demic 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 mea- 
suring 21 feet by 28 feet. 

Phases Two and Three, 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 fomiiies. 

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 on environment that has sufficient seating 
space for all the players. This addition will help transform the 
staff's capability to effectively present offensive and defensive 
gome plans. 

The construction also includes on enhanced entrance and 
lobby for the Gossett Team fiouse that will showcase the 
program's tradition, importance and success. An impressive first 
impression for recruits and visitors, the entronce and lobby will 
highlight the rich post of Maryland football ond will showcase 
the Terps' return to national prominence. 




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Attendance at Byrd Stadium has continued to reach record - 

levels over the last four years. In 2004, Maryland averaged ;. 

5 1 ,4 1 through the turnstiles at Byrd, beating the school- : |||^,f ^;<rWr41^ 

record mark set the previous season. Maryland has averaged 

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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, vi/ho is tied for the lOth-most 
number of wins by a head coach in the 
first four 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 ronking of No. 
10... Maryland finished each of the next 
two seasons by winning 1 of its last 1 1 
games, including dominating perfor- 
mances in postseason bowls (30-3 over 
Tennessee in the 2002 Chick-fil-A Peach 
Bowl and 41-7 over West Virginia in the 
2004 Toyota Gator Bowl). 

A high-powered, exciting offense that 
has resulted in bock-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 
posted a 36-14 record the past four 
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finally hove the good sense to hire him, he would be a 
dynamic head coach. His first three years at Maryland 
hove certainly proven to be true. Everyone knew he 
hod a brilliant offensive mind, but now Coach Friedgen 
bos shown that he has the complete package of skills 
to make Maryland an annual contenaer for the ACC 
championship. Ralph Friedgen is the real deal. 

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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 important, Ralph 
bos the skill to teach what 
he sees to his pkiyers. 

You always hear about 
great middleweights who 
are 'pound for pound' the 
best fighters in the world. 
That's meant as a compliment 
to smaller men. Ralph is not 
a small man, but pound for 
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Friedgen's first three years, the Tea 
made three-straight bowl appear- I 
ances for the fourth time in schoor 
history (1973-78 and 1982-85). 



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ries have been by a combined 71-10 
score, with victories over nationally 
prominent schools such osjenne — " 
and West Virginia. 

^ Maryland set 10 school bowl-game 
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: victory over West Virginia in t 
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' Four Maryland football players earned 
first- or second team recognition on All- 
Atlantic Coast Conference teams in 2004, a 
year after 10 Terps were honored. 

^ Maryland has had 32 All-ACC selections 

under coach Ralph Friedgen, easily the 
A most in any four-year period in school 
I history. In 2002, a school-record eight Ter- 
rapins earned first team All-ACC honors. 

^^ Terrapin football players have become 
. more prominent nationally, earning recog- 

" nition in a number of places before, during 
and after the lost four seasons. In 2004, 
1 5 different players were noted in pre- 
season 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 line- 
backer, as well as the Chuck Bednorik 
Trophy, symbolic of the nation's ^' 
outstanding defensive player. 



Named National PlayerWtfiWWeek 
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The Atlantic Coast Conference has o 
brand new look for the 2005-06 
year, its 53rd in existence. The new 
year brings Boston College into the 
conference, and with last year's addi- 
tion of Virginia Tech and Miami, the 
ACC is now one of the top leagues in 
all of college football. 

ACC teams have won two of the 
last six national championships, five 
titles since 1 990 and nine national 
crowns overall since the 1981 
season. 

The ACC now features three teams 
who have played in five of the first 
six BCS National Championship 
games. 

For the fourth straight year, the 
ACC had at least six teams take part 
in postseason play. The ACC is one of 
only three l-A conferences to have 
had each of its current league 
members participate in o postseason 
bowl game since 1993. In 2002, the 
ACC set an NCAA record for the per- 
centage of teams in a conference 
make the postseason, when seven of 
the then-nine teams earned bids. 

The ACC set two attendance 
records in 2004 when 3,693,032 
fans attended league games, for a 
record per-game average of 55,655. 
It was the fifth straight year the ACC 
broke the per-game mark. 

The ACC remains the all-time win- 
ningest conference in bowl action 
among leagues with 50 or more 
appearances. The ACC is 1 6-9 in bowl 
gomes the past four years and has 
the best bowl winning percentage (. 
640) among all BCS conferences. 

Parity ruled in 2004, as 20 of the 
44 ACC gomes were decided by seven 
points or less, inclucfing four overtime 
gomes. 

For the second straight season, the 
ACC was the top-ranked conference in 
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DID YOU 

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

The Terps ore covered extensively by two of the nation's 
top 10 newspapers: the Washington Posf and the Balti- 
more Sun. 

USA Today, the notion's newspaper, is headquartered 
less than 20 miles from Byrd Stadium. 

The Maryland Terrapin radio network, which can be 
accessed up and down the East Coast, boasts one of the 
largest coverage areas in collegiate sports. Johnny Holli- 
day, one of the top announcers in college football, is in 
his 27th year as Voice of the Terps. 

Every major national television network - ABC, NBC, CBS 
and FOX - has o 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. 

ACC football will receive extensive live television cover- 
age over the next decade, with ABC, ESPN/ESPN2 and ^ 
Jefferson Pilot Sports combining for more than 200 tele- 
casts. 

The Atlantic Coast Conference was cleared on more than 
300 radio stations during the 2004 season, totaling more 
than 500 hours of live game coverage. 

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 
gomes for 2005 have alreody been tabbed for national 
coverage by ESPN. 

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

FridgeTV.com made a successful debut in 2003 and has 
unique insider's views of the Terrapin football program, 
making it the top coaches' web site in college football. 

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




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continuing in 2000 with Frank Wycheck's lateral in the "Music 



tion in the National Football League. Names like Scarbath, Jones, 
Nolan, White, Avellini, Esiason, Shiner, O'Donnell, Collins, Nehe- 
miah, Lewis, Glover, Atkinson and Mike-Moyer have dotted NFL 
rosters over the years. In all, nearly 1 SO Terrapins have gone on 
to play professionally following their Maryland careers. "^"^ 

DID YOU KNOW? ^ 

Maryland has had 189 National Football League Draft choices 
since 1 937, fourth-most among Atlantic Coast Conference schools. 

Including Shawne Merriman, the 1 2th pick overall in the 2005 
draft, there have been 1 3 Terrapins taken in the first round of the 
NFL Draft, including a pair of No. 2 overall selections in Jack Scar- 
bath (1953) and Randy White (1975). 

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

Four former Terrapin quarterbacks have appeared in the Super 
Bowl: Boomer Esiason (1 988), Frank Reich (1 990-93), Neil 
O'Donnell (1995, 2000) and Scott Zolak (1996). 

22 former Terrapins were on NFL rosters prior to the start of the 
2005 training camps. A 

Three former Maryland head coaches (Bobby Ross, Lou Sabailt 
dark Shaughnessy) and four former Maryland players (Dick M 
zelewski, Dick Nolan and Ron Waller) have gone on to serve a 
head coaches in the NFL, while former Maryland player Mike Tica 
is in his fourth season os head coach of the Minnesota Vkings. 

Former Dallas Cowboy Randy White made eight Pro Bowl appear- 
ances during his career, among the most in NFL history. White . 
wos co-MVP of Super Bowl XII and was later inducted in to.t)if — ■ 
Pro Football Hall of Fame. 



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years alone drafted or 



Since 2001, 78% (7 of 9) 
of Maryland's starting 
defensive backs have gone 
on to sign with NFL teams. 
Five were still on NFL X 
rosters this summer. 



24 PLAYERS. 

in NFL camps fromj 
the last two teanij 
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Maryland's recent success has been 
noticed by scouts and coaches at the top 
oxworth— ^ level of the gone. There were 1 2 
3rd round pick in ployers from the Terps' Gator Bowl- 



NFL Draft. 

^V T , The five Terrapins pidced in the 2004 
'^* — , NFL Draft were the most since 1988 
' and the most since the draft was short 
ened to seven rounds. Maryland had 
, five players taken in 1 1 rounds in 1 98 



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NFL ROSTERS 

as of Opening Day 2004 

Eric Barton, LB (New York Jets) 
Delberf Cowsette, DT (New York Giants) 
Cliff Crosby, CB (Kansas City) 
Chris Downs, RB (Oakland) 
Jeff Dugan, TE (Minnesota) 
E.J. Henderson, LB (Minnesota)] 
Eric Hicks, DE (Kansas City) 
Charles Hill, NT (Chicago) 
Shaun Hill, QB (Minnesota) 
Kris Jenkins, DT (Carolina) 
LeonJoe, LB (Chicago) 
LaMont Jordan, RB (New York Jets)' 
Jermaine Lewis, WR (Jacksonville) 
James Lynch, FB (Miami) 
MgM Murphy, TE (Houston) 
Eric Ogbogu, LB (Dallas) 
Durrand Roundtree, DE (Indianapolis) 
Lewis Sanders, CB (Cleveland) 
Chad Scott, DB (Pittsburgh) ^ 
Randy Storks, DT {Tennessee) 
Al Wallace, DE (Carolina) 
Todd Wike, OG (Oakland) 
Madieu Williams, DB (Cndnnat^ 
ainord Wilson, DB (Washington^ 



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.arved a well-earned reputation 
as Quarterback U, producing 1 4 
players who have gone on to play 
the position in the National Foot- 
ball League. On the next page is a 
brief look at some of the Terps' 

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Super Bowl XXIII Cmcinnati (1 988) 

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JACK SCARBATH (1950-52) — Maryland's split T 
quarterback was runner-up to Billy Vessels for the Heisman 
Trophy and was a unanimous All-America selection in 1952. 
Named Sport magazine's "Sportsman of the Year," Scarbath 

Eos a unanimous All-South selection and the Southern Confer- 
ice Player of the Year. In three seasons, the Terps were 24-4- 
1 with Scarbath os QB, including 10-0 in 1 951 . He went on to 
become Maryland's second first-round draft pick, going to ■ — 
Washington in 1953. ""^^ 

' DICK SHINIR (1961-63) — An honorable mention All- 
America selection in 1 962, Shiner was a three-year starter for 
the Terps. He was a two-time first team AII-ACC choice who 

*^ helped ead the Terps to a 21 -1 7 win over Penn State in just his 

'seventh game as the signal-cdier. He was later drafted by the 

- Washington Redskins and went on to play 1 1 years in the NFL. 

-BOB AVELLINI (1972-74) — In his first start as a soph- 
omore, he showed a glimpse of things to come, setting school 
marks for total offense (312 yards) and passing yards (314) 
while completing 21 of 31 passes in a game vs. Duke. He still 
ranks among the most accurate passers in school history, com- 
pleting 58.6 percent of his passes for 3,222 yards. A sixth- 
round draft choice of the Qiicago Bears in 1975, he went on to 
hove a 1 0-year NFL career. i^"""" 



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BOOMER ESIASON (1981-83) — He was a two-time 
All-American who set 1 7 school records and led the Terps to the 
ACC championship in 1983 and o berth in the Tangerine Bowl. 
Arguably the most prolific left-handed quarterbadt in NFL 
history, Esiason was a four-time Pro Bowl selection and spent 
14 seasons in pro football. In 1988, he was named the league's 
MVP and M his Gncinnati Bengals to Super Bowl XXIII agdnst 
the Sin Francisco 49ers. 

PRANK REICH (1983-84) — Best known for leading the 

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offs against Houston, he also commanded the greatest comeback 
in the college game as well. On Nov. 10, 1984, Reich replaced 
Stan Gelbaugh at halftime against No. 6 Miami (Flo.) down 31- 
0. Thirty minutes later, Maryland pulled off the miracle upset, 
42-40, preserving its run for a second consecutive ACC title. He 
finished the season as one of the top-rated passers in the 



Buffalo and appeared in four Super Bowls 

STAN GELBAUGH (1984-85) — He played behnid 
Boomer Esiason and Frank Reich before moving into the Terps' 
starting lineup in 1984 when Reich went down with a shoulder 
injury. Gelbaugh stepped in to lead Maryland to four wins and a 
narrow one-point loss on the road to Penn State. The following 
season, the antidpation of Gelbaugb'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 diampionship in '85. 
He served a pair of NFL dubs, the Bufldo Blls and Seattle 
Sediawks. 



Stan Gelbaugli 



NEIL O'DONNELL (1987-89) — A two-year 
starter for the Terps, be ended his career in the No. 2 
spot on most major Maryland passing diarts. Drafted 
by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1990, he became the 
team's franchise player during his six seasons on the 
team, making a Pro Bowl appearance in only his second 
year and leading the Steelers to an appearance in Super 
Bowl XXX. O'Donnell continued his career with the New 
York Jets, Gncinnati Bengds and Tennessee Titans. 

SCOTT ZOLAK (1989-90) — Despite starting 
just one season for the Terps, he finished his collegiate 
career among Terp leaders in passing yards (3,124) and 
completions (270). His 2,589 passing yards in 1990 
ranked as the second-highest single-season totd m 
school history and helped earn him honorable mention 
All-America recognition from Football News. He was^L 
taken in the fourth round of the 1991 NFL draft by tfie 
New England Patriots. 



SCOTT MILANOVICH (1993-95) — He left 
campus as one of the most decorated Terrapin QBs •^^"^ 
ever. In fact, Milanovich still owns or shares 31 Mary"?^*^ 
land passing records, induding career standards for 
passing yards (7,30 1 ), toudidowns (49) and comple- J 

tions (650). He was drafted in 1 996 by the Tampa Bay ' 
Buccaneers. _, 

SHAUN HILL (2000-2001) — He came to Mar 
land OS a junior-college transfer, won the startmg job 
and flourished under the new system installed by Rd|^.. 
Friedgen. Hill sparked the Terrapins to the 200 1 ACC 
diampionship and earned team MVP honors, throwing ^ 
for 1 3 touchdowns and rushing for seven more. He was W 
given a chance as a free agent by former Terrapin tKke ma 
Tice, currently the head coach of the Minnesota Vikmgs, ^ 



spent the spring of 2003 with the NFL Europe Amster- 
dam Admirals, where he threw for 2,256 yards and 13 
toudidowns. Hill is currently in his fourth year on the S(( 
Vikings roster. 

SCOTT MCBRIEN (2002-2003) - Aher enterin 



had hopes for Scott McBrien as high as the gods he 
wodd accomplish in his two years as a Maryland 
starter. The southpaw transfer from West Virginia 1. 
the Terrapins to 21 wins in his two years as a starter 
- most by any Terp QB in two years - and was none, 
most vdiHible player of the Peodi and Gator Bowls. A 
free agent signee of the Padters in 2004, McBrien left 
Maryland third dl-time in yards (5,169), third in TD 
passes (34) and first in pass effidency (142.03) for his 
career. In 2005, McBrien was the starting quorterbadi 
for the Rhein Fve of NFL Europe. 




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

Attracting them are some 1 1 1 majors and some 
of the highest-ranked programs in the country. As 
of 2004, 70 progroms rank in the Top 25 nationally 
and 45 programs are in the Top 1 5. For instance, in 
the latest t/.5. Hev/i £ IVor/cf Refor\ undergraduate 
rankings, the University of Moryland's business 
school was rated 20th nationally, while the 
engineering school was ranked 22nd. In graduate 
school rankings, the A. James Clark School of 
Engineering, the School of Public Affairs, the College 
of Behavioral & Social Sciences, the Robert H. Smith 
School of Business and the College of Education all 
had specialties listed among the Top 25 in the 
nation, 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 human- 
ities, a small-town atmosphere or a metropolitan 
feel, the University of Maryland offers a wide range 
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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 navi- 
gating the greater Washington, D.C, area 
easy. Campus shuttle buses serve the College 
Park Metro station, allowing easy access to 
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BALTIMORE 

The 12th largest city in the United States is 
often referred to as the "Charm City." Located 
just 35 miles north of the University of Mary- 
land, 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 ore 
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Lincoln Memoriol 
MCI Center 
National Aquarium 
National Archives 
National Gallery 
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National Mall 
National Zoo < 
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Smithsonian 
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walk-on players, who not only make a dif- 
ference in aiding o teom's depth and conti- 
nuity, but can also earn their own 
scholarship and bid for significant playing 
time. 

Take the case of Chad Scott. After 
playing two seasons at Towson in 1993 
and 1994, Scott chose to walk on at 
Maryland, uninvited. By the end of his 
first semester on campus, Scott was 
awarded a scholarship and became a Ter- 
rapin co-captain for his senior year in 
1 996. The rest is history. Scott was a first 
round draft choice of the Pittsburgh Steel- 
ers in 1 997 and is now a member of the 
World Champion New England Patriots. 

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

Another example is receiver Jermaine 
Arrington, who walked on and was the 
Terps' leading receiver in 1998, moving on 
to sign a free-agent contract with the San 
Francisco 49ers. 

The latest Maryland player to go from 
walk-on to standout is former safety 
Madieu Williams, a transfer from Towson 
who became the first Terrapin picked in 
the 2003 NFL Draft, going in the second 
round to the Gncinnati Bengals. Williams 
was one of the top defensive rookies in 
the NFL in 2004, finishing with 103 
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RALPH FRIEDGEN 



Maryland '70 • Fifth Year at Maryland 




Ralph Friedgen, 
the winningest fourth- 
year coach in Atlantic 
Coast Conference history, 
enters his fifth year at the 
University of Maryland with 
a 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 potent offensive attacks, Friedgen continues 
to build a new level of pride and glory to his alma mater's 
football program, guiding the Terps to a 36-14 record and 
a trio of major bowl appearances - including two decisive 
wins ~ in his four seasons as a collegiate head coach. 

Not only are his 36 wins more than any other fourth- 
year coach in AGO history, but in his first three seasons 
at the helm of the Terrapin program, he became the first 
coach in conference lore to lead a team to three-straight 
seasons of 10 wins or more. In addifion, his 36 wins in four 
years rank him in the top 10 in NCAA history, surpassing 
the fourth year marks of coaches such as Frank Leahy and 
Joe Paterno. 

The consensus national Coach of the Year in 2001 
after leading Maryland to its first ACC championship since 
1985, Friedgen and Company have returned Maryland to 
prominence on the national scene. The Terrapins have 
won more games (36) in the four seasons under Friedgen 
than they had in the nine seasons prior to his arrival (35). 
Long overlooked as a head-coaching candidate, 
the 1970 Maryland graduate was tapped as the Terps' 
head football coach following the 2000 season, and he 
wasted no time in returning the program to the glory days it 
achieved when Fnedgen was an assistant to Bobby Ross 
in the 1980s. 

Four 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 perennial ACC champion, 
earning the league's automatic berth in the Bowl 
Championship Series. In 2002, despite a 1-2 start and 
without 19 seniors from the previous year, the Terps made 
their way back to a major bowl game, winning 10 of their 
last 11 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, and again ran 
off 10 wins in their final 11 games to earn a second New 
Year's bowl bid in three years. The Terrapins' 2004 season 
was the first without 10 wins under Friedgen, but it did not 
go without highlights as the young team beat Florida State 
for the first time in school history. 

Friedgen's Terps have gone to bowl games in three 
of four seasons, participating in the BCS Orange Bowl his 
first year before posting lopsided victories over Tennessee 
(30-3) in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl and over West Virginia 
(41-7) in the Toyota Gator Bowl. 



Named the winner of the Frank Broyles Award as the 
top assistant coach in the country in 1999 while at Tech, 
Friedgen brought 32 years of assistant coaching experience 
- including 21 as an offensive coordinator either in college 
or the NFL - with him in his return to College Park. 

The 58-year-old Friedgen (pronounced FREE-junj 
owns the rare distinction of coordinating the offense for 
both a collegiate national champion (Georgia Tech in 1990) 
and a Super Bowl team (San Diego in 1994). 

Friedgen spent 20 seasons with the aforementioned 
Ross in coaching stops at The Citadel, Maryland, Georgia 
Tech and the NFLs San Diego Chargers. He returned to 
Tech in 1997, where he served another successful sfint as 
offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach under good 
friend George O'Leary. 

A 1970 graduate of Maryland, where 
he earned a degree in physical 
education, Friedgen launched 
his coaching career as a " ^\ 

graduate assistant 
before heading 
off to a series 
of jobs 
that 



included stints at The Citadel (1973-79), William & Mary 
(1980) and Murray State (1981). In '82, he returned to 
Maryland as offensive coordinator and offensive line coach 
under Ross, with Friedgen's tenure lasting until 1986. 
During that stretch, the Terps captured three consecufive 
ACC championships (1983-85) and played in four bowl 
games. All told, the Terrapins were 39-15-1 from 1982-86 
and won two bowl games (the Sun Bowl in 1984 and the 
Cherry Bowl in 1985). It is the type of success Friedgen 
has re-insfilled in his current group of Terrapins. 

The Ross-Friedgen connection began in 1973, 
when Ross hired the former Maryland offensive lineman 
as defensive line coach at The Citadel. Friedgen spent 
seven seasons at The Citadel, the last three as offensive 
coordinator and offensive line coach. Fnedgen then 
worked one season (1980) as 
offensive coordinator at 
iam & Mary and 
one season 
(1981) as 




On Friedgen... 



"Some 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 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 best fighters in the worid. That's 
meant as a compliment to smaller men, Ralph is not a small man, but pound for pound he's still the best offensive 
coach in the country." 

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On Friedgen... 

"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, confident 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 " 

- Mel Kiper Jr., ESPN Football Analyst & Maryland native 



assist, mt head coach at Murray Stale before Ross tapped 

to be his offensive coordinator at Maryland in 1982. 

During his five-year stay at Maryland under Ross, 

Friedgen was instrumental in the development of future 

pro quarterbacks Boomer Esiason, Frank Reich and Stan 






Division l-A Best 
Career Starts by 
Wins 



r Walter C amp (Yale) 



1888-91 



2, George Woodruff ( Pennsylvania) 1 892-95 



3, Larry Colder' (Miami, Fla,) 

4, Barry Switz er (Oklahoma) 
5 Bill Battle (T ennessee) 



6. R,C, Slokum (Texas A&ML 
7,_ Bud Wilkinson (Oklahomal_ 
8, Tom Osbome (Nebraska) 



9. Gary Blackn e y (Bow ling Green) 1991-94 

10. Ralph Friedgen* (Maryland) 

11 Frank Leah) ,;BC Notre Da-e, 



12. Joe Paiemo' (Penn State) 



"Active Coaches 



Career Wins in First 
Four Years by an 
ACC Coach 



1. 


Ralph Friedgen. Maryland 


2001-04 


36-14-0 


2. 


Danny Ford, Clemson 


1979-82 


35-10-1 


3. 


Bobby Ross. Maryland 


1982-85 


34-14-0 




Chuck Amato.NC State • 


2000-03 


34-17-0 


5. 


Lou Hdtz, NC State 


1972-75 


33-12-3 


6. 


Dick Crum, UNO 


197^81 


32-12-3 




Ken Hatfield. Clemson 


1990-93 


32-13-1 




2001-04 



1973-76 



1970-73 



39-10-1 



1947-50 



1973-76 37-10-2 



2001-04 

1939-41 



36-14-0 

354-3 



1966-69 



Gelbaugh. all of whom spent at least 10 seasons in the 
National Football League. Esiason played professionally 
from 1984-97, Reich from 1985-98 and Gelbaugh from 
1986-95. 

Fnedgen followed Ross to Georgia Tech in 1987, 
becoming the Yellow Jackets' offensive coordinator and 
quarterbacks coach for the next five seasons, including the 
1990 campaign when Tech, unranked in the preseason, 
captured the national championship with an 11-0-1 record. 
The national title came just two years after the Jackets 
had posted back-to-back seasons of three wins or 
less. 

When Ross was named head coach 

of the San Diego Chargers in 1992. he 

tapped Friedgen to serve as running 

game coordinator for two seasons 

(1992-93) before elevating him to 

offensive coordinator in 1994, when 

the Chargers advanced to the Super 

Bowl for the first time in franchise 

history. During his time with the 

Chargers, Fnedgen helped a club 

that had not made the playoffs in 

a decade reach postseason play 

three times in five seasons. 

Known for developing 

balanced offensive attacks 

with multiple looks, Tech was 

one of only two teams in the 

country in 1999 to average 

at least 200 yards rushing 

and 200 yards passing. Tech 

also accomplished the feat 

under Friedgen's guidance in 

1990, '91 and '98. The 1999 

team, with the diminutive Joe 

Hamilton at quarterback, set 

59 school records, rewriting 

many marks established by the 

1990 national championship 

team, which was led by 

another Fnedgen pupil, Shawn 

Jones (1989-92). Fnedgen was 

a finalist for the Broyles Award as 

the nations top assistant coach 

in 1998 when the Rambling Wreck 

set a ttien-school record with 50 

touchdowns. 

The first Maryland alum since Bob 

Ward (1967-68) to serve as the Terps' 

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"Those of us who watched Coach Friedgen for all those years as an assistant i(new 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 IVIaryland 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 



came to Maryland as a quarterback in the mid-'60s and 
spent most of his career as an offensive lineman, lettering 
in 1966 and '68 and capturing Academic AII-ACC honors. 
He was a two-time winner of the George C. Cook IVIemorial 
Award (1968-69) for having the highest academic average 
on the football team. 

"Coach Friedgen is an experienced and consistently 
successful football coach who also has a passion for 
Maryland," said Maryland athletics director Deborah A. Yow. 
"He understandstheACC, embraces Maryland's philosophy 
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 
university and a state, Friedgen has stated implicitly that he 
wants to keep the area's best players at home. 

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

Friedgen's coaching roots run deep. His father, also 
named Ralph (though not a "Sr"), was a high school coach 
for more than 30 years and masterminded, among other 
teams, the 1964 Westchester County (N.Y.) High School 
team that went undefeated and averaged 44 points 
per game running what was then an unusual 
multiple offense. It was an offense run by a 
190-pound quarterback later recruited by 
Maryland who shared his name. Maybe 
as a sign of things to come, the younger 
Ralph called all of his team's offensive 
plays from his junior year on. 

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




"I 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 




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Fast Facts 

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Ralph Harry Fnedqen 


Pronunciation 


FREE-|un 


Oale of Birth 


ApriM, 1947 


Hometown 


Harnson, NY 


Alma Mater 


Maryland. 70 


-amily 


Wife. Glona; daughters, Kelley (28), 
Knstina(19).Kalie(l7) 


'laying Experience 


Guard, two letters at Maryland 
(1966 and 68) 


Years In Coaching (College) 


36(31) 


Coaching Expe 

[Maryland 

,2001- 


rience 

Head Coach 



Year-By-Year Head Coaching Result^QQ^ 
2001 



'Georgia Tech 

997-2000 Assistant C oach- Offensive Co ordinator/Quarterbacks 
'|San Diego Chargers 

1 994-96 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator 

1 992-93 Assistant Coach -Running Game 

Coordinator/H-Backs/Tight Ends 

Georgia Tech 

i|i987-91 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 

Maryland 

i|l 982-86 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator/ 

Offensive Line 

iWurray State 

1981 Assistant Head Coach 

William & Mary 
1980 _ 

|The Citadel 
1977-79 



Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator 



Assistant Coach ■ Offensive Coordinator 



:i 973-76 
jMaryland 

1969-72 



Assistant Coach ■ Defensive Line 



Graduate Assistant 



10-2-0 (7-0, 3-1, 0-1) •AGO: 7-1-0 


Champ 


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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 


S29 West Virginia 


w 


32-20 


40,166 


06 [251 [-] Virginia 


w 


41-21 


44,197 


Oil [22] [15] at Georgia Tech 


W 20-17 (ot) 


40,574 


O20 [12] [-] Duke 


W 


59-17 


43,528 


027 [10] 118) at Flonda State 


L 


31-52 


82,565 


N3 ]15] [-] Troy State 


W 


47-14 


38,415 


N10 [13] [■] Clemson 


W 


37-20 


52,462 


N17 1101 1-1 at NC Slate 


w 


23-19 


51,500 


FedEx Grange Bowl 


J2 161 151 Flonda' 


L 


23-56 


73,640 


' at Miami. Fla. (Pro Player Stadium) 


2002 

11-3-0 (6-1, 3-1, 1-1) -ACC: 6-2-0, T-2nd 


A25 1211 vs. Notre Dame' 


L 


0-22 


72,903 


87 Akron 


W 


44-14 


48,057 


814 Florida State 


L 


10-37 


51.758 


821 E. Michigan 


W 


45-3 


41098 


828 Wofford 


W 


37-8 


44,098 


05 at West Virginia 


w 


48-17 


55,146 


017 Georgia Tech 


w 


34-10 


41,766 


026 at Duke 


w 


45-12 


23,451 


N2 at North Carolina 


w 


59-7 


44,000 


N9 [251 [141 NC State 


w 


24-21 


52,915 


N16 [191 at Clemson 


w 


30-12 


72,000 


N23 [181 at Virginia 


L 


13-48 


58,358 


N30 [251 Wake Forest 


w 


32-14 


39,006 


Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl 


D31J181 vs. Tennessee' 


w 


30-3 


68,330 


' at East Rutherford. N.J. (Giants Stadium); ' at Atlanta, Ga. 
(Georgia Dome) 



10-3-0 (6-0, 3-3, 1-0) -ACC: 6-2-0, 2nd 






A28 ]15] al Northern Illinois 


L 


13-20(01) 


28,018 


86 [11) at Florida Stale 


L 


10-35 


82,885 


SI 3 The Citadel 


W 


61-0 


51,594 


S20 West Virginia 


W 


34-7 


51,973 


827 at E. Michigan 


w 


37-13 


19,628 


04 Clemson 


w 


21-7 


51,545 


Oil Duke 


w 


33-20 


50,084 


023 at Georgia Tech 


L 


3-7 


51,524 


N1 North Carolina 


W 


59-21 


51,195 


N13 Virginia 


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 


J1 (231 [201 vs. West Virginia' 


w 


41-7 


78.892 


' al Jacksonville. Fla 


2004 

5-6-0 (4-2, 1-4) -ACC: 3-5-0, T-Bth 


84 [22] [-J Northern Illinois 


w 


23-20 


51,830 


811 123] [-1 Temple 


w 


45-22 


51.292 


818 121] [7] at West Virginia 


L 


16-19(01) 


6P58 


825 123] [-] -at Duke 


w 


55-21 


16,298 


09 [23] [-] •Georgia Tech 


L 


7-20 


52.733 


016 • N.C State 


L 


3-13 


52,179 


023 • al Clemson 


L 


7-10 


78,000 


O30 [-1 [51 -Florida State 


W 


20-17 


52,203 


N6 [-1 [121 -at Virginia 


L 


0-16 


63,072 


N18 I-l [151 'at Virginia Tech 


L 


6-55 


65,115 


N27 -Wake Forest 


W 


13-7 


48,226 



Ralph Friedgen's 
Bowl History 

j8-4 Overall, 2-1 as a head coach 

|(years as head coach in bold) 

|1982 - Aloha Bowl (Washington 21 , Maryland 20) 

'1983 - Citrus Bowl (Tennessee 30. Maryland 23) 

1984 - Sun Bowl (Maryland 28. Tennessee 27) 

1985 - Cheny Bowl (Maryland 35. Syracuse 18) 
|l990 - Citrus Bowl (Georgia Tech 45, Nebraska 21) 
11991 -Aloha Bowl (Georgia Tech 18. Stanford 17) 

Il997 - Carquest Bowl (Georgia Tech 35. West Virginia 30) 

1998 - Gator Bowl (Georgia Tech 35. Notre Dame 28) 

1999 - Gator Bowl (Miami 28. Georgia Tech 13) 
2001 - Grange Bowl (Florida 56. Maryland 23) 

12002 - Peach Bowl (Maryland 31. Tennessee 3) 

12003 - Gator Bowl (Maryland 41 . West Virginia 7) 



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




Ralph Friedgen and his 
wife. Gloria, meet President 
George W. Bush at the 2002 
White House Correspondent's 
Dinner 







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TERP HIGHLIGHTS UNDER FRIEDGEN 

A 36-14 record in his first four years, including the first back-to-back-to-back 10-win seasons in university history (10-2 in 2001, 11-3 in 2002 and 10-3 in 2003), 

A school record-tying 11-victory season in 2002, when the Terps won 10 of their last 11 games. Only the 1976 team won as many games. 

Maryland was joined by only four other Division l-A schools - Miami (Fla.), Oklahoma, Texas and Washington State - to have won as many as 10 games in the 2001, 2002 and 200; 
seasons. 

A top 20 final national ranking in both major national polls for three straight years (2001-03). Maryland ended 2003 ranked 17th in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches' poll and 20th b; 
the Associated Press A year ago, the Terps were ranked 1 3th in both polls and in 2001 the team finished 10th in the ESPN/USA Today poll and 1 1th in the AP standings. It was thf 
program's best three-year ranking finish since 1974-76 (when the Terps finished 13th, 13th and eighth). 

Fhedgen is the most successful fourth-year coach in ACC history, with his 36-14 mark eclipsing those of such former league mentors as Danny Ford, Bobby Ross and Lou Holtz 
Fhedgen is also the eighth-winningest active head coach in the NCAA with a .720 winning percentage.. 

Bowl appearances in three of his first four seasons, including dominating wins in the 2004 Toyota Gator Bowl (41-7) and a 2002 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl victory over perennia 
national power Tennessee (a team ranked fifth in the two major preseason polls). The Terrapins also earned a BCS Orange Bowl berth during the 2001 campaign. 

A 22-10 (.688) Atlantic Coast Conference record, including a 7-1 mark in 2001 when the Terps became the first team other than Florida State to win an outright ACC title since thf 
Seminoles joined the league, and a 6-2 mark and runner-up finish in 2002, 

Twenty-three wins in 26 games at Byrd Stadium, where the Terps averaged a school-record 51,410 fans in six home games. 

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 Butkui 
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 2001 (7) and 2002 (8) and an ACC-best 13 overall all-conference honors. 

Twenty-nine weeks in at least one of the country's two major Top 25 polls, including a streak of seven consecutive weeks at the start of the 2004 campaign. 

The only consensus national coach of the year award (2001) in Maryland football history 

Consecutive seasons of over 31 ,000 season tickets sold. 

Back-to-back school scoring records (2001 and 2002) and a two-year team scoring 
average of more than 33 points per game in those seasons. 

Four-straight impressive season-long defensive performances in which 
the Terps have allowed under 20 points per game since he became 
head coach, Maryland finished 2004 ranked in the top 25 nationally 
in three categories (pass defense, pass efficiency defense and 
total defense), j|- 

Fifteen Terps earning All-American recognition, including 
seven who earned national citations in 2002 (three in 
2004). 

Twenty-one national TV appearances, including a 
school-record eight showings in 2002, Maryland played 
on ESPN or ABC Regional a total of seven times last 
season. 





Ralph Fhedgen 
with his former 
quarterback Boomer 
Es/ason ar^d son Gunnar 
prior to the 2002 Kickoff 
Classic. 




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FRIEDGEN THROUGH THE YEARS 



Friedgen (17) was the starting quarterback lor Harrison High School in New 
York, playing under his lather Ralph Friedgen. 




L rncuyenasastudentat 
Maryland in 1968. 



A high school quarterback, Freidgen 
spent most ol his playing days at 
Maryland on the offensive line. 




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



Friedgen speaking 
at the 2003 Gator 
Bowl Press 
Conference. 



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







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OFFENSIVE COOBPINATO B/OUARTEBBACKS 

CHARLIE TAAFFE 




Siena '73 • Fifth Year at IVIaryland 



Charlie Taaffe Is 
in his fifth season as 
offensive coordinator and 
quarterbacks coach for the 
Maryland Terrapins. 

Since Taaffe's arrival, 
the Terps have earned the 
respect of opponents with a balanced attack that can beat 
opponents both on the ground and through the air Last 
season w/as the offense's toughest in the last four years, but 
the season still produced a near-win on the road against the 
nation's No. 7 team (West Virginia) and the school's first- 
ever victory over Florida State, then ranked No. 5. A year 
earlier, Taaffe helped guide the Terps through a myriad of 
injury problems to flnlsh the season ranked in the top 30 
nationally in four offensive categories (rushing (24th), total 
offense (28th), scoring (27th) and pass efficiency (26th)). 
It was a season that began with some difficulty, but ended 
with Maryland rolling to an average 514.6 yards of offense 
in Its last five games. 

In 2002, the Terps set a school record for points 
scored with 451 while finishing second in the ACC In rushing 
(198.8 ypg) and scoring (32.2 ppg) offense. Taaffe helped 
guide quarterback Scott McBrien from what seemed like a 
possible eariy season liability into an honorable mention 
all-league performer who finished 12th 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. Taaffe's expertise in the 
option helped the team to an average of 220.7 yards per 
game on the ground, second-best in the league. From an 
individual standpoint, Shaun Hill flourished at quarterback, 
becoming the leader of the offense en route to a 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 1999 and 2000. 
With Taaffe at the helm, the Alouettes had a combined 25- 
14 record (back-to-back 12-6 regular seasons and a 1-2 
playoff record) and advanced to the 2000 Grey Cup finals. 
For his efforts in 1999 and 2000, Taaffe was named CFL 
Coach of the Year, making him only the second Montreal 
coach to earn such distinction (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 Canadian Football Writers Association. 
All together, Taaffe spent four years In Montreal, as he 
served two years as the Alouettes' offensive coordinator 
before taking over as head coach. 

While in Canada, Taaffe's offenses put up some lofty 
numbers. In 2000, the Alouettes broke the all-time league 
record for points in a regular season as they posted 594. 
Taaffe helped quarterback Anthony Calvillo to a 1 12 9 pass 



efficiency rating In 2000 after a 108.9 rating led the league 
Former Boston College back Mike Pringle also excelled 
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 1987-96. Taaffe 
took the Bulldogs to new heights In his 10 years with 
the Division l-AA school as he won more games than 
any coach in the history of the school. Prior to his 
tenure. The Citadel had not won a league game or 
road game in more than two seasons. Under Taaffe, 
the Bulldogs won a Southern Conference championship, 
finished a regular season (1992) ranked No. 1 In the 
country and advanced to the Division l-AA playoffs three 
times. He was the 1992 recipient of the Eddie Robinson 
Award (which recognizes the top coach in Division l-AA), 
the Southern Conference Coach of the Year In 1988 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 12 tries), including upsets of 
South Carolina (1990) and Arkansas (1992), and four of 
his teams were ranked in the final national l-AA poll (14th 
in 1988; 15th in 1990; 20th In 1991; 1st In 1992). 

His 1 992 team was arguably the best In The Citadel's 
history as It finished 11-2, was the top ranked team at the 
end of the regular 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 55-47-1, 
with six seasons of .500 or better. 

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

Taaffe's ties to the Atlantic Coast Conference are 
strong. Before his stint at The Citadel, Taaffe coached at 
three different ACC schools for a total of seven years. From 
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 
asslstantshlps with NC State (1975, backs) and Georgia 
Tech (1974, receivers). 

The 1973 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, N.Y, where 
he was a quarterback for three years and earned a B.A. 
In education in 1973. He was Inducted Into Siena's Athletic 
Hall of Fame in 1990. 

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




Tiie Taaffe File 

Personal 

D ate of Birth April 20, 1950 

H ometown Albany, N.Y 



Alma Mater 



Siena College, 73 



Pronunciation 



TAFF 



Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2001- Assistant Coach 

Offensive Coordinator/Q uart erbacks Coach 

Montreal Alouettes (CFL) 

1999-2000 Head Coach 

1997-98 Offensive Coordinator 



Head Coach 



The Citadel 

1987-96 

U.S. Military Academy 

1981-86 Assistant Coach 

Offen sive Coordinator, Quarterbacks, O ffensive Backfield 
Virginia 

1976-80 Assistant Coach 

Offe nsive Backfield, Linebackers, Special Teams 
NC State 

1975 Gra duate Assistant - Offensive Backs 

Georgia Tecti 

1974 Graduate Assi stant - Wide Receivers 

Albany (N.Y.) 

1973 Assistant Coach - Offensive Backfield 



Playing Experience 



Siena 

Quarterback 

Ciemson 

Quartertack 



1970-72 



1969 



Recruiting Areas 

Maryland (Caroline, Cecil, Dorchester, Harford, Kent, Queen 
Anne's, Somerset, Worchester and Wicomico counties), 
upstate New York, Canada, Massachussetts and Rhode 
Island 



PEFEMSIVE COO BDIHATOB/SECOMDARY '^ 

GARY BLACKNEY 







Connecticut '67 • Fifth Year at iVIaryland 



Garv Blackney 
is in his fifth season as 
the Terrapins' defensive 
coordinator and secondary 
coach. 

In four 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 four years, the 
Terps have finished the season in the nation's top 30 in 
sconng defense, with the 2004 team's 27th ranking being 
the only time the team finished outside of the top 20, In 
fact, only one school (Georgia) has finished higher than 
Maryland in the NCAA rankings each of those four years. 

Last season, the Terrapins were put in one tough 
spot after another but remained one of the nation's 
best units, particularly in the pass defense department, 
Maryland finished 21st nationally in total defense (315,3 
ypg) while ranking eighth in pass defense (172.3 ypg) and 
16th in pass efficiency (106,59) while allowing just seven 
passing TDs all year The defense produced two first team 
AII-ACC players in DE Shawne Memman and LB D'Qwell 
Jackson while Memman was the 12th overall selection of 
the 2005 NFL Draft, 

In 2003, 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 nation's top 25 in 
pass efficiency defense (17th, 105,86), total defense 
(15th, 308.4 ypg), scoring defense (sixth, 15.9 ppg) and 
pass defense (12th, 179,0 ypg). That season, all four of 
Blackney's starling defensive backs earned all-conference 
recognition. 

In 2002, the Terrapin defense ranked first in the ACC 
and seventh nationally in scoring, allowing a paltry 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. 

Under Blackney's guidance in 2001, the Terrapin 
defense led the ACC in sconng defense (19.1 ppg), rushing 
defense (90,6 ypg) and sacks (37), In addition, the Terps 
were second nationally in interceptions (24) and tied for 
seventh in turnovers forced with 34, The 24 interceptions 
were the most by a Maryland team in 51 years. 

Prior to coming to Maryland, Blackney most recently 
served as the head coach at Bowling Green State 
University, He resigned his post following the final game 
of the 2000 season after 10 successful years with the 
pnjgram and an overall record of 60-50-2 (47-32-2, Mid- 
American Conference). The BGSU job was his first as a 
head coach and his 60 wns ranlted third on the schools 
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 (28-21 over 



Fresno State) and the 1992 Las Vegas Bowl (35-34 over 
Nevada). With 11 wins in 1991 and 10 in 1992, he is the 
only coach in BGSU history to have back-to-back seasons 
of 10 wins or more. In doing so, he also became one of 
just three coaches ever to have been named Mid-American 
Conference Coach of the Year in consecutive seasons. 
Other honors at Bowling Green included being named 
a finalist for Football News' National Coach of the Year 
award in 1 991 as well as two selections as AFCA Region 3 
Coach of the Year (in '91 and '92). 

The 1991 season was Blackney's first as a head 
coach, and with 11 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 19 
straight conference wins and a 22-game unbeaten streak 
in the first two years. But the accolades did not end on the 
playing field for Blackney When he left, he was the only 
coach from the MAC to have his recruiting classes receive 
the American Football Coaches Association Academic 
Achievement Award (70 percent or better graduation rate) 
each year of the award's existence. His first recruiting class 
(1991-92) finished with one of the top marks in the nation 
at 93 percent. 

Prior to taking over at Bowling Green, Blackney was 
an assistant coach for 21 years. After serving as a graduate 
assistant at his alma mater, Connecficut, in 1968 and '69, 
he got his first full-time position in 1970 as a defensive 
backs coach at Brown, He then spent two seasons (1973- 
74) as offensive backs coach at Rhode Island. 

From there his stint serving big-time programs began, 
often alongside some of the game's most recognized 
names. From 1975-77, he was a defensive backs coach 
and ultimately defensive coordinator (1977) at Wisconsin. 
After three years with the Badgers, he moved to the west 
coast and UCLA where he worked as a defensive backs 
coach under Terry Donahue. In 1980, Blackney came 
back east to Syracuse where he held the same post fi'om 
1980-83 under Dick MacPherson. His final coaching spot 
before Bowling Green was at Ohio State where he began 
his tenure in 1984 as a defensive backs coach under Earle 
Bnjce and ended as an inside linebackers coach fi'om 
1988-90 under John Cooper. In between (1985-87), he 
was the Buckeyes' defensive coordinator 

Of all of his positions, however, none had the eventual 
name power that could match that of his playing days at 
Connecticut. In Ston^. he was on a team that featured 
names such as Rick Forzano, Lou Holtz, former Cleveland 
Browns head coach Sam Rutigliano, as well as eventual 
NFL assistants Dave Adolph and Dan Sekanovich. 

A 1967 graduate and fonner ainning back/defensive 
back at UConn, Blackney is a native of Plainview, N.Y, and 
was bom in Astoria, NY He and his wife, Lauretta, have 
four children (Debbie, David, Kyle and Gary, Jr.) and four 
grandchildren (Kerie, Jamie, Abby and Celia). 




Blackney's granddaughters Abby, Keri, Celia, and Jamie. 



Blackney File 

Personal 

Date of Birth December 10, 1944 


Hometown 


Plainview. N,Y. 


Alma Mater 


Connecticut, '67 


Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2001- Assistant Coach - 
Defensive Coordinator/Secondarv 


Bowling Green 

1991-2000 


Head Coach 


Ohio State 

1988-90 
1985-87 
1984 


Assistant Coach - inskJe Unetwckers 

Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 

Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 


Syracuse 

1980-83 


Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 


UCLA 

1978-79 


Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 


Wisconsin 

1977 
1975-76 


Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 
Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 


Rhode Island 

1973-74 


Assistant Coach - Offensive Backs 


Brown 

1970-72 


Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 


Connecticut 

1968-69 


Graduate Assistant 


Playing 

Connecticut 
56-66 


Experience 

Running Back/Defensive Back 


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INSIDE LINEBAC KERS 

TIM BANKS 




Central Michigan '95 • Third Year at Maryland 



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

In his first two seasons with the Terps, Banks helped 
coach a linebacking unit that was one of the keys to a 
defense that has been consistently among the national 
leaders since 2001. Under his tutelage, D'Qwell Jackson 
has become one of the top linebackers in the country, 
earning first team AII-ACC honors in 2004 while finishing a 
close second in Defensive Player of the Year voting for the 
league, Jackson led the ACC and finished IT in the NCAA 
in tackles with 123 while pacing a Terp defense that ranked 
21" nationally allowing just 315,3 yards per game. 

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 10th 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 
Blackney. Like his first season coaching cornerbacks at 
Memphis. Banks' first season coaching defensive backs at 
Bowling Green offered 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 regime -- serving one (1999) as 
a running backs coach and the other (2000) in charge of 
the defensive backs. 

Bowling Green was also the site of the start of Banks' 
coaching career as he was the school's graduate assistant 
for the 1996 season after completing his collegiate playing 
career. After serving that season working with the Falcons' 



defense, he was hired to his first full-time post, coaching 
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 1995 with a bachelor of 
science degree in industrial management. In his time with 
the Chippewas, Banks earned All-Mid-American Conference 
honors as a junior and a senior while also being named his 
team's most valuable defensive 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 1 6, 1 971 , Banks is a native of Detroit, 
Mich. He and his wife. Robin, were marned in 1994. 



The Banks File 

Personal 



DateofBirtli: 


December 16, 1971 


Hometown: 


Detroit, Mich. 


Alma Mater: 


Central Michigan, '94 


Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2003- Assistant Coach - Inside Linebackers 


Memphis 

2002 

2001 


Assistant Coach - Cornerbacks 
Assistant Coach - Outside Linebackers 


Bowling Green 

2000 
1999 


Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 
Assistant Coach - Running Backs 


Ferris State University 

1 997-98 Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 


Bowling Green 

1996 


Graduate Assistant - Defense 



Playing Experience 

Central Michigan University 

1991-94 Football (cornerba ck I 

Recruiting Areas 

Central Florida, Detroit (Mich.) and Georgia 



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WIDE RECEIVERS 



BRYAN BOSSARD 




Delaware '89 • First Year at Maryland 



Bryan Bossard is 
in his first year as wide 
receivers coach at Maryland 
after joining the staff in early 
March, 2005, He comes to 
the Terps after a three-year 
stint at nearby Delaware. 
Bossard's most recent stint with the Blue Hens - his 
second - was a productive one. In his first season back in 
Newark, Delaware succeeded offensively despite the team 
having four different freshmen starters at wide receiver and 
a first-year quarterback. Most importantly, his efforts in '03 
helped lead the Blue Hens to a 15-1 record and the Division 
l-AA national championship. For the first time in school 
history, three different UD receivers caught 50 passes or 
more. 

In 2004. Bossard helped coach receiver David Boler 
to a top 30 national ranking in l-AA in both receptions per 



game (21" 5,91) 
I 82,1) 



and receiving yards per game (29", 



The Bossard File 



Personal 

Date of Birlh 

Hometown 

Alma Mater 



June 29, 1967 



Dover. Del, 



Delaware, 89 



Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2005- Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 

Delaware 

2002-O-: Assistant Coach -Wide Receivers 

1 994-98 Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 

1 990 Graduate Assista nt - Defensive Backs 

Wyoming 

2000:01 A ssistant Coach - Defensive Backs 

U.S. Military Academy 

1999 Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 

Bucknell 

■ 992-93 Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 

West Chester 

'992 Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 

Morehouse College 

'991 Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 

Glasgow High School 

'9 89 Ass ist ant Coach - Running Backs/Defensive Backs 



Playing Experience 

Delaware 

•9 8^88 Defensive Back 

Recruiting Areas 

Maryiano (Caiven, Cnanes rnnce George s and St, Mary s 
counties), Washington DC, Eastern Pennsytvania. Central 
P ennsytvania and South Ftorkla. 



Prior to heading back to Delaware, Bossard served 
as a defensive backs coach at the University of Wyoming 
from 2000-01, He took that post in Laramie after one 
year at Army, his first coaching job at the l-A level (wide 
receivers), 

Bossard's longest consecutive stint at any school 
was his in first post at Delaware where he was receivers 
coach from 1994-98, The highlight of his first stint included 
playoff appearances in 1995. 1996 and 1997, each of 
which featured 12-2 records and national semifinal berths. 

Now in his 15'" year overall as a full-time coach. 
Bossard's first collegiate coaching post was as a graduate 
assistant at Delaware (1990), followed by jobs with 
Morehouse College (1991), West Chester University 
(1992) and Bucknell (1992-93) Every job he has had has 
either involved coaching receivers or coaching the players 
trying to stop them (defensive backs). 

Prior to beginning his career as a college coach, 
Bossard served one year as an assistant coach at 
Glasgow High School in Newark, Del,, helping 
lead his team to the state title in his only 
season. 

In addition to his coaching 
at the collegiate level, Bossard 
also served summer coaching 
internships with the National 
Football Leagues Chicago 
Bears in 1996 and '97, 



A native of and all-state prep performer from Dover, 
Del., Bossard was a standout defensive back at UD from 
1985-88, helping the Blue Hens advance to the l-AA 
playoffs in both his sophomore and senior seasons, A 
three-year letterwinner, he earned second team All- Yankee 
Conference honors as a senior and was selected as the 
team's Outstanding Senior Defensive Player (Blue Hen 
Touchdown Club). He posted 122 tackles that season, 
including the fourth-highest total in school history (22 vs. 
Navy), 

Bossard graduated from Delaware in 1989 with a 
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TOM BRATTAN 

Delaware '72 • Fifth Year at Maryland 




Tom Brattan is in his 
fifth season as the Terps' 
offensive line coach. He 
boasts 33 years of coaching 
expenence, including 23 at 
the collegiate level. 

The Maryland 

offensive line has been one of the strengths under 
Brattan since 2001, producing six first team all-conference 
performers, including guard C.J. Brooks in 2004. The 2003 
season was one of Brattan's most challenging, yet rewarding 
seasons as a collegiate coach. The '03 Terrapin offensive 
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. Brooks was named first team AII-ACC, and 
center Kyle Schmitt had his best season, posting the team's 



The Brattan File 

Personal 



Date of Birth 


October 14, 1950 


Hometown 


Newark, Del. 


Alma Mater 


Delaware, '72 



Pronunciation 



rhymes with latin 



Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2001- Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 



Stanford 




1999-2000 


Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 




(centers and guards) 


Northwestern 




1997-98 


Assistant Head Coach 


1992-98 


Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 



William & Mary 

1 984-91 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator/ 

Offensive Line 

1983 _ Assjstanl Coach - Offe nsive Bac kfield 

Highland Springs (Va.) High School 

1979-82 Head Coa ch 

Lloyd C. Bird (Va.) High School 

1978 Head Coach 

McKean (Del.) High School 
1977 



Head Coach 



Highland Springs (Va.) High School 

1973-75 Assistant Co ach - Offensive Line 

Delaware 

1972 Graduate Assistant 

Playing Experience 

Delaware 

1971 Center 

Recruiting Areas 

Southeast Virginia (Richmond'Tidewaler). Central Virginia, 
Atlanta (Ga,), and Illinois 



highest grade. Despite the early injury trouble, the Terps 
finished the season allowing just 20 sacks while ranking 
second in the league and 24* nationally in rushing offense 
(191.3 ypg). 

In 2002, Brattan directed a group that was among 
the most decorated in the ACC. Four of five starters in '02 
earned AII-ACC recognition. The honors were a product 
of the Terrapins' continued success on offense, as they 
boasted the league's second-rated rushing (198.8 ypg) and 
sconng (32.2 ppg) offense while allowing just 21 sacks in 
14 games. 

The Terps' success in year two was a perfect follow- 
up to their offensive start in 2001 , 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 standpoint, two of Brattan's linemen 
(Melvin Fowler and Todd Wike) earned first team AII-ACC 
recognition, with Fowler also being named a finalist for the 
Rimington Award and ultimately being picked in the third 
round of the NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns. 

Prior to coming to Maryland, Brattan spent hvo 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 
Anzona, UCLA, Oregon State and Notre Dame on the way 
to a Rose Bowl bid. The '99 Stanford offense scored at least 
31 points in all but three games and hit the 50-point plateau 
three times. That year, Brattan's offensive line allowed a 
paltry 15 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 season, he was promoted to offensive 
coordinator and served the remainder of his tenure (1984- 
91) in that capacity. He also worked with the offensive 
line at William & Mary. While Brattan was there, the Tribe 
advanced to the NCAA Division l-AA playoffs three times. 
From 1986 to 1990. William & Mary earned national 
rankings in three seasons (No. 9 in 1986; No. 13 in 
1989; No. 7 in 1990). The success was largely a 
product of Brattan's offense as his unit ranked 
in the top 20 in offense in 1985 and '86, while 
it had the top-rated attack in Division l-AA for 
the 1990 season and the sixth-best in '91. 

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

Then in 1995, the Wildcats were in the 
national spotlight as they came seemingly out of 



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 Southern California. They finished thai 
season — despite the Rose Bowl loss — ranked seventh ir 
the nation with a 10-2 record. Brattan's offensive line playec 
a huge role in the team's success, as it allowed just eigh 
sacks all year while helping propel Darnell Autry to a new 
school rushing record. As a team. Northwestern finishec 
fifth nafionally that season in rushing. 

The Wildcats went on to post a combined 15-1 
conference record in 1995 and 1996, taking the Big Ter 
crown both years after having won just five league game; 
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 
assistant at his alma mater, Delaware, in 1972. After one 
year in Newark, he took his first full-time coaching post a 
Highland Spnngs (Va.) High School as an offensive line 
coach. After three years (1973-75) at Highland Springs 
he moved back to his home state and took his first heac 
coaching job at McKean High School in 1977. He spen 
one year at McKean - the same high school that helper 
produce Maryland legend Randy White - before movinc 
back to Virginia and taking over as the head coach a 
Lloyd C. Bird High School. After serving at Bird in 1978, he 
returned to Highland Springs — this time as a head coact 
— for his final four years (1979-82) at the prep level. Tha 
final stint was a successful one, as he led HSHS to one 
Central Region and three district championships in his fou: 
years, 

A native of Newark, Del, , Brattan is a 1 972 graduate o 
his hometown University of Delaware, where he earned his 
bachelor's degree in history and later earned his master's 
degree in educafion in 1977. He was a member of the Blue 
Hen football team and earned a varsity letter in 1971. He 
and his wife, Anne, have three children — Kristen, Kate anc 
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Johns Hopkins '97 • Fifth Year at iWlaryland 



John Donovan is in 
his fifth season at Maryland 
and his first as running 
backs coach. Donovan 
spent his first four years 
with the Terps as assistant 
recruiting coordinator, 
Pnor to taking over as njnning backs coach, Donovan's 
position in the recruiting department included maintaining 
and organizing the Ten'apins' recmiting database, setting 
up all recruiting events (official and unofficial visits, game 
day visits, recruiting weekends, etc) and serving as director 
of all football camps held by the University of Maryland. 
In addition, he oversaw the group of graduate assistants 
employed by the team ft'om 2001-2004. 

Donovan's current post is his first full-time coaching 
position at the Division l-A level, but that is not to say 
that he lacks experience in the coaching ranks. Prior to 
coming to College Park, he served as an offensive graduate 
assistant at Georgia Tech for three years, working directly 
with then-offensive coordinator Ralph Fnedgen. In that 
time, he broke down all opponent game film, assisted with 
coaching quarterbacks (1998) and the offensive line (1999- 
2000) while helping Fnedgen with game planning and 
practice preparation. During his tenure, Tech won an ACC 
Championship (1998) and had the nation's leading offense 
(1999), averaging over 200 yards passing and rushing 
while setting 59 school records in the process. 

Notably, Donovan's first job as a position coach 
at the Division l-A level - though temporary ~ came 
when Fnedgen departed at the end of the 2000 season 



The Donovan File 



Personal 

Date of Birtti: 



Hometown: 



September 11, 1974 
River Edge^NJ. 



Alma Mater; 



Johns Hopkins Uni versity. '97 



Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2005 Running Backs 

2001-04 Assistant Recfuitinq Co ordinato r 

Georgia Tech 

' 998-200 1 Graduate Assistant - Offense 



Villanova University 
1997-98 



Assistant Secondary Coach 



Playing Experience 

.:-'-! -;:■ IS University 

'993-?!: Foot ball (defensive back) 

Recruiting Areas 

South Ne,'. .e->f. Delaware and Otiio. 



to become the Terrapins' head coach. Bill O'Brien was 
elevated to serve as the team's offensive coordinator for 
the 2000 Peach Bowl in Friedgen's absence and Donovan 
was called upon to serve as the Yellow Jackets' running 
backs coach for the game. 

Prior to his arrival in Atlanta. Donovan worked as an 
assistant secondary coach at Villanova, helping the Wildcats 
in 1997 to a 12-1 season and a No. 1 ranking (Division I- 
AA) in the season's final six weeks. His responsibilities 
with the Wildcats included coaching the team's 
safeties, coordinating scout teams for the -« -— 

offense and special teams and breaking 
down game film for the defense. 

A 1997 graduate of Johns 
Hopkins, Donovan was a 
three-year starter for the 
Blue Jays' football team 
He was twice named 
an all-conference 
defensive back 
and recorded 
12 career 



interceptions. While in school, he wortsed as a tiaining 
camp intern for the Carolina Panthers, assisting general 
manager Bill Polian with the team's internal operations. 
He later went on to earn his master's degree in economics 
from Georgia Tech. 

A native of River Edge, N.J., Donovan mamed the 
former Stacey Spicer of Potomac, Md., in May 2005. 




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RAY RYCHLESKI 




Millersville '79 • Fifth Year at Maryland 



Ray Rychleski is in 
his fifth year as Maryland's 
special teams coordinator 
and tight ends/H-backs 
coach. He is in his 26th year 
of coaching overall, and his 
24th at the collegiate level. 
Last season, Rychleski helped add a new arsenal 
to the Terp offensive attack as he coached the team's H- 
backs. Along with the team's blocking tight ends, Vernon 
Davis, Rob Abiamin and Jason Goode gave the team 
versatility in the passing game, ultimately leading to Davis 
pacing the team in receiving yards with 441. On special 
teams, Nick Novak became the Atlantic Coast Conference's 
all-time leading scorer with 393 points (tied for fifth in NCAA 
history) w/hile Adam Podlesh had another strong year en 
route to second team AII-ACC honors. In addition, return 
man Steve Suter set the all-time ACC record for punt return 
yards as he finished his career with 1 ,271 . 



The Rychleski File 



Personal 

Date of Birth 



September 27, 1957 



Home town 
Alma Mater 



Old Forge, Pa. 



Millersville (Pa.), 79 



Pronunciation 



rich-LESS-key 



Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2001 - Assistant Coach - Special Teams Coordinator 

Tight Ends & H-Backs 

Wake Forest 

1 999-2000 Assistant Coach - Tight Ends/ Special Teams 

1996-98 Outside Linebackers 

1993-95 Defensive Line 

East Stroudsburg 

1992 Assistant Coach - 

Special Teams Coordinato r/Defensive Backs 

Toronto Argonauts 

Summer 1992_ Volunteer Assistant Coach - Defense 

Penn State 

1991 Graduate Assistant - Offensive Line 

Northeastern 

1 989-90 Assistant Coach ■ Defensive Coordinator/ 

Inside Linebackers 



Temple 

1981-88 



G/VAssistant Coach - 
Outside Linebackers and Rovers 



Neshamlny (Pa.) High School 



Head Coach - Freshman Team 



1980 

Manhelm (Pa.) Township High School 

1979 Assistant Coach - Quarterbacks/Defensive Backs 



Recruiting Areas 

Western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, North Carolina 



The 2003 season was a 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 Novak had his 
second consecutive 100-point season, earning first team 
AII-ACC honors and being named a Lou Groza semifinalist. 
Podlesh - the first Terp freshman ever to be honored by 
the league - was a Ray Guy semifinalist with his 42.3- 
yard average and Suter - though hobbled - returned 
two punts for touchdowns, repeating as a first team 
all-conference pick. 

In 2002, Rychleski saw Dugan earned 
honorable mention AII-ACC status, while the special 
teams had three first team AII-ACC performers. 
Novak finished his sophomore season ranked fifth 
in the NCAA in field goals and 16"^ 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 afterthought the year 
before, Suter blossomed under Rychleski's guidance into 
one of the top return men in the country. Suter finished 2002 
with an ACC-record 771 punt return yards while finishing 
second in the conference in kick return average and tying 
an NCAA record with four punt returns for a touchdown. 

The 2002 season came on the heels of an inaugural 
season that saw Maryland tight ends and specialists 
shine as well. In 2001, 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 Rychleski's special teams units included the 
fourth-best net punting average in the nation, first team AII- 
ACC recognition for Barnard, and Novak earning honorable 
mention all-conference status in just his first year 

Prior to coming to College Park, Rychleski served 
for eight years at Wake Forest University where his tenure 
could best be described as diverse. For the 1999 and 
2000 seasons, Rychleski was the Demon Deacons' tight 
ends coach while also serving as the team's special teams 
coordinator For the three years prior to becoming tight 
ends coach and special teams coordinator (1996-98), he 
worked with WFU's outside linebackers. Dunng his first 
three seasons at Wake (1993-95), Rychleski coached the 
defensive line. 

Rychleski began his coaching career on the prep 
level in Pennsylvania in 1979 before heading to Temple 
University, where he took a position as a graduate assistant. 
After a short time as the Owls' graduate assistant, he was 
promoted into his first full-time collegiate coaching post. 
He spent eight years at Temple (1981-88) before heading 
to Northeastern (1989-90) as a defensive coordinator/ 
inside linebackers coach. After two years at Northeastern, 
Rychleski spent a year at Penn State (1991, graduate 
assistant) and one summer with the Toronto Argonauts 
(1992, defense) as a volunteer assistant. 




In 1992, Rychleski was hired as a special team 
coordinator and defensive backs coach at East Stroudsbur 
University where he helped the Warriors to their best recor 
in 1 3 years. After his bnef stint there, he left for Wake Fore; 
in 1993. 

A native of Old Forge, Pa., Rychleski earned hi 
degree in social studies from Millersville (Pa.) State Colleg 
(now known as Millersville University) in 1979. 



OUTSIDE LIMEB ACKEBS/SPEClAi TEAMS ASST. '^ 

AL SEAMONSON 




Wisconsin '82 • Fifth Year at Maryland 



Al Seamonson is in 
his fifth season as outside 
linebackers 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 (the 'drop end), as the Terps' defensive 
scheme switched to a 4-3 last year. 

In four years in College Park, Seamonson has quickly 
gained the respect of pundits and peers as an outstanding, 
organized defensive football coach. Last season, he 
helped Shawne Merriman to a first team AII-ACC nod as 
the third-year player ended up second in the ACC in sacks 
and tackles for loss en route to being the 12th overall pick 
of the 2005 NFL Draft. In addition, the development of 
"Sam" linebacker David Holloway - a former walk-on - was 
one of the pleasant surprises of the 2004 season as the 
sophomore finished fifth on the team in tackles and tied for 
the team lead in fumble recovenes. 

In 2003. Seamonson helped lead a defense that was 
again one of the top units in the nation in scoring (sixth) and 
total defense (15th). Memman finished the season with the 
second-most sacks in the ACC, In '02, he helped coach 



The Seamonson File 



Personal 

Date of Birth 



Home town 
Alma Mater 



Septemb er?, 1959 
Stoughlon, Wis , 



Wisconsin, '82 



Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

200 ' - Assistant Coach - Outside Linebackers/ 

Special Teams Assistant 

Bowling Green 

2000 Assistant Coach - 

Special Teams Coordinator/Linebackers 

The Citadel 

1 987-99 Assistant Coach - Special Teams Coordinator/ 

Unebackers/Wide Receivers 

United States Military Academy (Army) 

1985:86 Assistant Coach - Linebackers 

Wisconsin 

1 983-84 Graduate Assistant - Defensive Backs 

1 982-83 Part-Time Assistant Coach - Wkle Receivers 

Playing Experience 

Wisconsin 

1978-61 ^ Wide Receiver 

Recruiting Areas 

Virjin.a, SooiTi CgiOiina ariO Noroi & Central Ronda 



a Terp defense that ranked first in the ACC and seventh 
nationally in scoring, 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. Seamonson 's outside linebackers were a source 
of both steady improvement and big plays while Merriman 
was named to The Sporling News' ACC All-Rookie team. 
All of this came on the heels of a team that had the nation's 
fourth-best turnover margin (+1 .45 average) and the ACC's 
lowest scoring defense (19.1 points per game) in his first 
season on the job in 2001. 

Seamonson boasts 22 years of collegiate coaching 
experience. Prior to coming to Maryland, he spent the 
2000 season at Bowling Green State University — where 
he worked under current Terp defensive coordinator Gary 
Blackney — as the Falcons' special teams coordinator 
and linebackers coach. In his lone year at Bowling Green, 




Bulldogs led Division l-AA in sconng defense, yielding just 
13.0 points per contest en route to a Southern Conference 
championship while advancing to the l-AA playoffs for the 
third time in five years. 

The Citadel was not Seamonson's first taste of the 
military life, however, as he was a linebackers coach at 
the U.S. Military Academy (Army) in West Point N.Y.. for 
the 1985 and '86 seasons. In his first season at Army, the 
Cadets were one of the surprise teams in the country as 
they won the 1985 Peach Bowl, 31-29, over Illinois. It was 
one of just four times in the Academy's history that it had 
gone to a bowl game. 

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

Bom September 7, 1959, in 
Stoughton, Wis., 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. 



Seamonson helped the Falcons produce 
a defensive unit that ranked fourth in 
the MAC in mshing defense and total 
defense. 

Seamonson's coaching 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 serving the remainder of 
his tenure (1988-99) as special teams 
coordinator and linebackers coach. At 
The Citadel, Seamonson coached under 
cun'ent Terp offensive coordinator Chariii 
Taaffe and wori(ed alongside defensive li 
coach Dave Sollazzo. He helped coach five 
linebackers to All-Southem Conference honors 
and one (J.J. Davis) to an appearance in the Sen 
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DEFENSIVE LINE/ BECRUITING COORDINATOR 

DAVE SOLLAZZO 




The Citadel '77 • Fifth Year at Maryland 



Dave Sollazzo is in his 
fifth season as defensive 
line coach and first season 
as recruiting coordinator at 
the University of Maryland. 
It IS his eighth season 
overall at the university as 
he was a volunteer defensive line coach for the Terps in 
1986 and '87 as well as a graduate assistant in 1984. In his 
four years with the Terps, Sollazzo's unit has been one of 
the most overachieving groups on the team. 

Last season, the Terrapin defense ranked 21st 
nationally, giving up an average of 315.3 yards per game 
Though it had lost standout DT Randy Starks a year early 
(selected by the Tennessee Titans in the 2004 NFL Draft), 
the defensive line still performed well helping the team 
to top 25 rankings in three categories. In 03. the Terps 
were first In the league in total defense (15th nationally) 
and pass defense while finishing third in rushing defense. 
They recorded 35 sacks, just one fewer than league leader 



The Sollazzo File 



Personal 

Date of Birth 

Hometown 



December 24, 1955 



Harrison, N.Y. 



Alma Mater 



The Citadel, 77 



Pronunciation 



so-LAH-zo 



Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2001^ A ssistant Coach - Defensive Line/NFL Liaison 

Georgia Tech 

1 999-2000 Assistant Coach - Defensive Tackles 



The Citadel 

1989-98 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 



Guilford (N.C.) College 

1988 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 



Volunteer Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 



Maryland 

1986_:87 

Stratford (S.C.) High School 

1985 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 

Maryland 

1984 Graduate Assistant - Linebackers 



North Charleston (S.C.) High School 

1983 Assislanl Coach ■ Defe nsive Coord inator 

Fort Johnson (S.C.) High School 

1978-82 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 



Playing Experience 

The Citadel 

1973-76 Defensive line 

Recruiting Areas 

Maryland (Anne Arundel, Howard and Montgomery counties) 
Northern Ne w Jersey , Eastern New York, Connecticut 



Florida State, and Starks became just the second Maryland 
tackle in 15 years to earn first team all-conference honors. 

In 2002, Maryland finished second in the league in 
total defense while holding its opponents to an average 
of 57 yards below their season rushing averages coming 
into their respective games with the Terrapins. In addition, 
the Terps finished atop the league and seventh nationally 
in scoring defense, yielding just 16.3 points per game. 
Individually, Starks earned second team AII-ACC honors in 
just his second season. 

In his first year 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 anchor 
one of the top defenses in the ACC as the team led the 
league in rushing and scoring defense. Under his tutelage, 
nose tackle Charles Hill became an honorable mention 
AII-ACC pick and, ultimately 
a third-round choice of the 
Houston Texans in the 2002 
NFL Draft. 

Prior to his current stmt 
at Maryland, Sollazzo was at 
Georgia Tech in 1999 and 
2000 as a defensive tackles 
coach In his two years in 
Atlanta, Tech participated in 
a pair of bowl games — the 
Gator Bowl in 1999 and the 
Peach Bowl in 2000. 

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 1974-76. In that time, 
he started 33 consecutive games under former 
Maryland coach Bobby Ross. His position 
coach was Ralph Friedgen. 

As a coach at The Citadel (where 
he was hired by current Terp offensive 
coordinator Chariie Taaffe), Sollazzo 
coached Brad Keeney to All-America 
honors and Southern Conference-leading 
totals in sacks and tackles for loss in 
1995. In addition, he coached nine other 
defensive linemen to all-conference honors 
while with the Bulldogs. The highlight of 
his coaching career in Charleston, however, 
may have been his involvement in helping The 
Citadel in 1992 to the Southern Conference 
championship and a No. 1 ranking at the end of 
the regular season. That '92 squad led the nation 



in scoring defense at 13 points per game and finished six 
in pass efficiency defense. In 1997, he was a part of c 
impressive defensive effort in which the Bulldogs finishe 
their season by not allowing a touchdown in their final 1 
quarters. 

Along with his ties to Maryland and The Citadf 
Sollazzo has an extensive history in prep coaching. With tf 
exception of the Maryland job in 1984 (a season that sa 
the Terps win the ACC and earn a berth in the Sun Bow 
Sollazzo was a high school defensive coordinator in Sou 
Carolina from 1978-85. 

Sollazzo was born in the same hometown as Friedge 
Harnson, NY, on Chnstmas Eve, 1955, and earned h 
degree from The Citadel in 1977. He is married to tf 
former Ellen Beloin of Farmington, Conn. The couple's fir 
child, Chnstopher Francis, was born in October of 2003. 





DIRECTOR OF FOO TBALL OPERATIONS ^ 

TOM DEAHN 



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■ V ^ Tom Deahn is in his seventh 

W year on the Maryland 

football staff and his sixth 
as director of football 
operations. He served 
as assistant recruiting 
coordinator dunng the 1999 
season. His administrative responsibilities include daily 
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, offensive 
coordinator and quarterbacks/wide receivers coach. He 
also served as travel coordinator and equipment manager 
for a 19-sport program. While at St. Norbert, he coached 
two offensive linemen to All-Amenca honors and 15 players 
to all-conference honors 

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



Heidelberg '87 • Seventh Year at Maryland 



Pnor to his 
arnval at St. Norberl. 
he spent three years 
at Catholic University 
in Washington, 

D.C., where his 
responsibilities included 
serving as defensive 
coordinator, recruiting 
coordinator and strength 
coordinator during his 
stay. Catholic's defense 
ranked second in the 
country in 1993. Two of 
his players received All- 
America recognition. 

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

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




DIRECTOR OF S TRENGTH 8 CONDITIONING 

DWIGHT GALT 



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Maryland '81 • 17th Year at Maryland 



Dwight Gait, a 
of the Terps' 
staff since 1989, 
17th year at 



member 

strength 

is in his 

Maryland 



and his 12th year as the 
school's director of strength 
and conditioning. His 
responsibilities include managing the department's 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 bachelor's degree in 
business management in 1981 and his master's degree 
in exerase physiology in 1989 from Maryland, Gait is 
Master Strength and Conditioning Coach (MSCC) certified 
with the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches 
Association and is currently one o^st 43 coaches to earn 
this distinction. 



Gait began his career at Maryland as an intern 
strength coach in 1984 and assisted with the training of 
the 1984 and 1985 ACC champion football teams. In 
1989, he became a full-time assistant strength 
coach at the university, and for the next 
three years worked with all of Maryland's 
intercollegiate sports programs. In 1992 
Gait became the assistant strength J 
coach for football and he is now in 
his 16"^ year of providing complete 
athletic development training to Terp 
football team members. 

Gait, 48, and his wie Jan 
are natives of Silver Spring, Md., 
and have four children: Angle, Teri. 
Dwight IV and Tommy, with the two 
boys joining the Terrapin football team 
in 2005. 




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Assistant Recruiting 
Coordinator 



First Year at 
■^^r iWiar yland 

iaWB»k>. ^^'^ Mickson is in his first season 
|^^^Jir«| with the Terrapins as assistant 
^^^—!^t-^-^^ recruiting coordinator. 

Hicl<son gives the Terrapins a presence both as 
a local recruiter and as a football mind. He comes to 
Maryland after three years as offensive line coach at 
Georgetown University where he also recruited Maryland, 
Washington D.C., Connecticut, Rhode Island, Tennessee 
and North Carolina for the Hoyas, 

He joined the Hoyas after two years as an offensive 
line coach at Good Counsel High School in Wheaton, 
Md., a school that he had previously served as a coach 
(1990-99) and assistant athletics director (1997-2002). In 
between stops at Good Counsel, Hickson also worked for 
two years as offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator 
at Catholic University in D.C. 

A retired police lieutenant who was a member of 
D.C.'s Metro Police force for over 23 years, Hickson is 
also the father of former Maryland graduate assistant, 
Brian Hickson, and a member of the Maryland High School 
Football Coaches Association and the American Football 
Coaches Association. 

RON OHRINGER 

Head Equipment 
Man ager 




iViarvia nd, '85 

1 8tii Year at 
^ _ ^ Maryland 

^^ "^ ^1 ^°" Ohringer is in his 18th year 
as the Terrapins' head equipment 
manager Ohnnger oversees the ordering, inventory, 
maintenance and distribution of all athletic equipment tor 
the university's 27 intercollegiate sports programs. While 
managing the overall equipment operation for the entire 
department, Ohnnger primarily serves as the football 
equipment manager on a day-to-day basis, 

AnativeofnearbyBethesda,Md.,Ohringergraduated 
from Maryland with a bachelor's degree in journalism and 
public relations in 1985. While a student in College Park, he 
served the football team as a manager and was the team's 
head student manager for his final three years. 

Following graduation, Ohnnger 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 Football League and the former Alexandria Dukes 
baseball team in the Carolina League. 

Ohringer was mamed on November 28, 1992 to Amy 
Brennan. The couple resides in Laurel, Md., and has two 
children: Casey Ryan (8) and Derek James (4), 



KEVIN GLOUER 



Director of Character 

Education 

Maryland, '84 



Second Year at 
Maryland 



^B ^r^^H ^ ^g^g i^^i ^111 i^g familiar to 
Terp and local NFL fans alike, Kevin 
Glover is in his second season with the Terrapins as the 
school's first-ever Director of Character Education. 

As it relates to the Maryland football program. Glover 
serves as a liaison between the team and the National 
Football League, taking care of all dealings regarding 
scouts and agents. He also, however, works with the 
university's other varsity sports programs, helping provide 
developmental programs and appropriate speakers on 
topics of interest to each team and their growth, collectively 
and individually 

A first team All-Amencan {The Sporting News) at 
Maryland in 1984 and a member of the Maryland Athletics 
Hall of Fame, Glover was a second-round selection of the 
Detroit Lions in 1985. He anchored a line that helped Barry 
Sanders to 2,053 yards in 1997 and ultimately saw Glover 
earn three trips to the Pro Bowl. He was his team's NFL 
Player Association Representative 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 
organizations, Glover and his wife, Cestaine, reside in 
Columbia, Md., and have three children: Maya, Matthew 
and Zaria. 

JOHN 
PACZKOWSKI 

Graduate Assistant - Defense 
The College of Wew Jersey, '96 
2nd Year at Maryland 

John Paczkowski is in his second season with the Maryland 
football team and his first year as the defensive graduate 
assistant. He served as a video intern in 2004. His duties 
include breaking down opponent film, working with the 
offensive scout team and assisting with the secondary. 
Prior to coming to Maryland, Paczkowski worked for eight 
years as a high school coach in the state of New Jersey 
most recently serving as the defensive coordinator at 
Elizabeth High School in 2002 and 2003. 
A native of Carteret, N.J., Paczkowski is a 1996 graduate 
of The College of New Jersey where he was a linebacker/ 
defensive end, earning his degree in psychology 



JAME S PERRY 

"jj/Sik I Graduate Assistant 
M" "1 - Offense 



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Second Year at 
Ma ryland 



James Perry is in his second 
season as an offensive graduate ( 
assistant with the Maryland football team. Perry's 
responsibilities 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 I 
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 Eph's 
offensive coordinator eariy in 2004. In 2002, he sen/ed as 
a quarterbacks coach at the University of San Diego after 
having spent the 2001 season as an assistant QB and wide 
receiver coach at Dartmouth. 

A 2000 graduate of Brown University, Pen^ was a 
three-time All-Ivy selection at quarterback and that league's 
1999 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. 

JONAH BASSETT 

Football Video 

Director 

Catawba College, 
•99 

Second Year at 
Maryland 

Jonah Bassett is in his second 
year as the Terrapins' football video director His duties 
entail working with his staff to videotape all Maryland 
practices, scnmmages and games and then use the team's 
state-of-the-art XOS Sports Pro video equipment to edit 
and break down the footage to best serve the needs of the 
coaches and players. 

Bassett came to Maryland after spending 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 (1993-99), the Frankfurt Galaxy 
of NFL Europe (1999) and the Montreal Alouettes of the 
Canadian Football League (1999). He worked with current 
Terrapin offensive coordinator Chariie Taaffe while in 
Montreal. 

A native of Rutland, Vt., Bassett is a 1999 graduate 
of Catawba College in Salisbury, N.C. Bassett married the 
former Donna Johnson in May of 2003. The couple had 
their first child, Jonah Jr., in February of 2005. 








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DARRYL CONWAY 

Assistant AD/Sports 

f Medicine 

'^' Delaware '93 

Second Year at 
Maryland 

Darryl Conway was hired in 
June 2004 as Maryland's assistant 
, athletics director for sports medicine after spending 
three years as the head athletic trainer at the University 
of Central Florida Conway will oversee all medical and 
athletic training operations for the Terrapins' 27 varsity 
athletic programs 

Conway, who has been an athletic trainer at both the 
collegiate and professional levels, comes to the Terrapins 
after serving as head athletic trainer at the University 
of Central Flonda for three years. There he was the 
head trainer for the Golden Knight football squad, while 
supervising the assistant trainers, graduate assistants 
and student assistants who provide training coverage of 
Central Flonda's 17 varsity sports. At UCF Conway was 
responsible for overseeing the compilation and input of 
daily medical records, the computenzed injury surveillance 
program and the NCAA injury surveillance system. He 
served as a clinical instnjctor/field experience supervisor 
for athletic training students, assisted in the development of 
marketing and fundraising projects for the sports medicine 
department and served as the site coordinator for the 
NCAA drug testing program at UCF 

Prior to his position at Central Florida, Conway 
served as the Director of Sports Medicine at the University 
of Northern Iowa, working as the head trainer for the 
Panthers' football and men's basketball teams from 1999 
to 2001, He was the head athletic trainer at Morgan State 
University in Baltimore for one season and was an assistant 
trainer and professor at Delaware, his alma mater, for two 
years. From 1993 to 1 996, Conway was an assistant trainer 
with the NFL's New Yort( Jets, 

Conway earned a bachelor's degree in physical 
education studies, magna cum laude, from the University 
of Delaware in 1993, before receiving a master's degree in 
physical education and a certificate in sports management 
from Adelphi University two years later. 

Conway has taught numerous collegiate courses 
related to athletic training, has made numerous 
presentations and has co-authored several scholarly 
publications and book chapters. He has been a member 
of the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) 
since 1989, and is also a member of the United States 
Weighdifting Federation. 

Conway and his wife, Tracy, have a son, Michael, 



MATT CHARVAT NATASHA CRISS 



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m Trainer 

^ -» ^ Baldwin-Wallace '96 
Seventh Year at 
Maryland 

Matt Charvat is in his fifth year 
with the athletic training staff at the 
University of Maryland, handling responsibility with the 
football and women's basketball teams, Charvat came 
to College Park after three years on the training staff at 
Morehead State, where he worked with the football, 
women's 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 master's degree from Morehead 
State in exercise science in 1998. 

HEATHER ARIANNA 

Associate Director off 
ASCDU 

Syracuse '92 

Ninth Year at 
Maryland 

Heather Arianna, Associate 
Director of ASCDU, coordinates the 
academic support services for Terrapin football student- 
athletes, Arianna, who is in her ninth year at Maryland, 
earned her Bachelor's degree from Syracuse University 
in 1992 and a Master's degree in Education and College 
Student Personnel Services from the University of Louisville 
in 1994, 

She worked in the Academic Support Units at 
Syracuse and Louisville and then served as an Academic 
Assistant at Flonda State University before coming to 
Maryland in 1995. Before taking over coordination of the 
academic program for the Terrapins in 1997, she worked 
with Men's and Women's Soccer, Women's Lacrosse, Field 
Hockey, Wrestling, Women's Swimming and Men's Golf 
Her current responsibilities include monitoring the eligibility 
and coordinating all of the academic support services for the 
football student athletes, teaching UNIV 100 (a freshmen 
orientation course) and managing the ASCDU Satellite 
Facility located in the Gossett Football Team House, 





r ^ I Academic Counselor 
^ Maryland '92 
i Fourth Year at 
' § Maryland 

Natasha Criss is beginning her 
fourth year back at her alma mater 
wori(ing with the football student- 
athletes A 1992 graduate and former student-athlete 
herself Criss earned a master's degree in college student 
personnel services from the University of Louisville in 1999 
and then worked as an academic advisor at the University 
of Central Florida for two years, 

GREG CREESE 

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 wort(ing with both the 
Terp football and women's 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 worthed with the Aztecs football, women s 
water polo and baseball teams. In his time in the Mountain 
West, he helped lead successful All-Amenca campaigns 
for then-safety Brian Uriacher (UNM) and OT Kyle Turley 
(SDSU). 

A 1994 graduate of Florida State. Creese has also 
worked as an intern at the University of Miami (Fla) as well 
as in seasonal jobs with the Cleveland Indians, Oriando 
Cubs AA baseball 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 has two children: Austin (5) and Carter (1). 

DAHLIA LEVIN 

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 attendance, study hall and coordination of 
the tutor program. Levin graduated from Maryland in 1999 
with a degree in sociology and is currently pursuing her 
master's degree in Education and Jewish Studies. 



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2005 SEASON PREVIEW 



It has not been a typical four-year run in College 
Park for Ralph Friedgen. Things started with a Cinderella, 
ACC Championship first season and a pair of bowl wins 
as the encore in years two and three. And just when the 
entire nation started to believe that there was nothing 
the Maryland grad could touch that wouldn't turn to gold, 
the fourth season produced the highs and lows of a 5-6 
campaign. Friedgen's off-season response? Work harder. 

And hard work is exactly what his group of Terrapins 
have put in since the end of 2004, a fact that did not go 
unnoticed with strength and on-the-field improvements that 
became apparent in the spnng. 

The 2005 Maryland football team will open fall camp 
eerily resembling that of Fnedgen's first season - rife 
with question marks (and similar questions at that). Both 
seasons had to answer who would start at quarterback 
(though a returnee, Shaun Hill was no guarantee pnor to 
2001). Both would have to answer who would replace a 
star at the tailback position (LaMont Jordan in 2001; Josh 
Allen in 2005), And among a myriad of other questions, 
both the 2001 and 2005 teams would have to replace its 
top player on the defensive front (Kris Jenkins in 2001; 
Shawne Merriman in 2005). 



OFFENSE 

For the second consecutive year, the media focus in 
College Park will start at the quarterback position. Like the 
rest of the Terrapin offense in 2004, it was a source of both 
joy and frustration and will be considered unresolved until 
the team returns to the successful balanced attack of the 
previous three seasons. 

Youth played a role in last year's struggles and while 
the offense is again inexperienced in some areas, it also 
has a year more under its belt than it did at quarterback. 
While all eyes will be on the signal callers, there remain 
key battles at tailback and several spots on the offensive 
line. And though some of those battles will be taking 
place with young players, the team's depth and talent is 
unprecedented in the Friedgen era. 

Spring left the Terps with a pecking order at 
quarterback, the knowledge that there are at least three 

- and maybe more - capable players at tailback and that 
the offensive line's future is exceedingly bright. In addition, 
the team knows it has what is likely the deepest and most 
talented corps of tight ends in the ACC and the receivers 

- though depleted in the off-season and young this fall 



- have a new attitude and displayed some of their finest 
moments under the guidance of some senior leadership. 

"I feel we have the potential to be a good offense," 
said Friedgen. "What we have to do is become physically 
and mentally tougher as a team. I think our wideouts 
and running backs have to come through for us, making 
plays not only running and receiving but also blocking and 
protecting. If we can get those things going well and our 
line continues to improve, we will be fine. Most importantly, 
I think our attitude has been good and our work ethic has 
made it so that I expect us to be better, not only from last 
year to this year, but from this spring to fall." 

Quarterback 

Spring ball started with Sam Hollenbach atop the 
depth chart at quarterback and that is how it ended The 
other players expected to challenge - Joel Statham and 
Jordan Steffy - flip-flopped on the depth chart with Steffy 
missing most of the off-season workouts due to injury. With 
"qualifying " now completed, the race for the starting job will 
hit the home stretch. 

Of the three signal-callers, Hollenbach could have 
once been considered the dark horse. Though he has very 



"WE'VE GOT WORK TO DO TO BECOME A REAL GOOD FOOTBALL TEAM, BUT I THINK WE'VE MADE 
PROGRESS, AND I AM EXCITED ABOUT THE ATTITUDE OF THIS TEAM." - RALPH FRIEDGEN 



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Though the questions seem daunting, one other 
similarity should help Terrapin fans breathe easier 
- Fnedgen has re-focused his efforts and dedication to the 
same thing that stood out in the first days he set foot in the 
Gossett Team House. That he will work, plan, organize and 
do everything in his power to help his team win. 

In addition to the question marks on offense and 
the defensive line, this year's team also remains a young 
bunch. A total of 69 players on the roster will enter this 
year with three or more years of eligibility remaining, 45 
of those being first- or second-year freshmen. The defense 
is especially young with only three seniors playing a major 
role in the two-deep. 

All that said, this team is the most athletically-gifted 
of any one of the last five years. It has better size, more 
speed at the skill positions and more high-profile recruits. 
In regard to the offense and quarterback in particular, it has 
one more season of experience under its belt. In the end, 
the expectations that at times seem lower from outsiders 
looking in, are just the opposite from those donning the red, 
black and gold. 

"Overall, I am happy with where we are," said 
Friedgen. "We've got work to do to become a real good 
football team, but I think we've made progress, and I am 
excited about the attitude of this team." 

The following is- a position-by-position breakdown of 
the Maryland Ten'apins as they enter the 2005 season; 







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depth chart at QB 

heading ir)to the 

fall, but last year's 

starter Joel Statham 

(middle) and athletic 

sophomore Jordan 

Steffy are ready to 

challenge for the job. 



QUARTERBACK 



14 


SarT Hollenbach 


W 


218 


Jr. 


IV 


16 


Joel Stalham 


6-2 


219 


Jr. 


2V 


19(d) 


Jordan Steffy 


6-1 


222 


So. 


1V 


10 


Chns Turner 


64 


205 


Fr. 


HS 


•J(cl) 


Bobby Sheatiin 


6-1 


170 


Fr 


RS 



good size and strength, he is not as nimble or as strong- 
armed as the other two. But what little he lacks, he makes 
up for with savvy and good decision making. His throwing 
has improved dramatically since he joined the team and he 
led the team to a win in his lone start (Wake Forest) of last 
season, playing nearly mistake-free football, something the 
team could have used at other times during the season. 

The starter for most of last season, Statham seems 
more relaxed entering 2005, He is stronger physically 
and seems to be mentally as well in his knowledge of the 
offense. His athleticism and arm strength have never been 
in question. It is as simple as how he performs "when the 
bullets are flying' as Friedgen says, that will detemiine his 
fate. If he is playing to his talent, he will be hard to keep out 
of the lineup, 

Steffy missed most of spring with an injured knee 
and a nerve condition in his throwing arm. But the knee 
has healed and the arm has been effectively treated with 
surgery, so his chance to compete will rest solely on where 
he is mentally in the offensive system. He has added 20 
pounds since last year and is arguably the most athletically 
gifted of the three challengers. In Fnedgen and offensive 
coordinator Chariie Taaffe's system however, that is all for 
naught if the right read or check is not second nature. 

The final player who could factor in the three-deep 
is newcomer Chris Turner, a tnje freshman who played 
in a pass-onented attack in California as a prep, throwing 
for nearly 5,500 yards and 46 touchdowns his last two 
seasons 

"Entering the fall. I would say that Sam Hollenbach 
has a slight edge." said Friedgen. "It is still going to be a 
competitive situation and there is still a lot of football to 
be played on the practice fields before our first game, so 
you never know. But what he has shown is that he will not 
turn the ball over, he is a quick sfidy and he continues to 
improve. Joel did not hurt himself in the spring and we'll 
see where Jordan is, but I would say that's where we will 
be heading into camp.' 



Tailback 

Though all eyes will be on the battle at quarterback, 
the competition for the starting job in the backfield will likely 
be the most highly contested throughout the season. The 
Terps have four to five players who could contend for the 
starting job 



Ball does not have the straight-ahead speed the other 
two possess, but he has the intangibles that will help him 
compete. He has quick feet, good size and seems to have 
the innate ability to find a hole and then ain to daylight, 
Humber has been dealing with an injured shoulder since 
last year but is another big back with good feet. 



"(TAILBACK) IS A VERY CLOSE RACE HEADING INTO FALL 
BETWEEN MERRILLS, LATTIMORE AND GREEN. AND WE 
WILL SEE WHERE HUMBER IS WHEN HE COMES BACK 
HEALTHY. " ■ RALPH FRIEDGEN 



Josh Allen s late-season knee injury against )/Vake 
Forest last year has sidelined him for 2005 and paved the 
way for the first wide-open competition at tailback since 
Bruce Perry won the job in 2001, Allen's recovery seems 
to be on line for a completely healthy return in '06, but in 
the meantime, senior Mario Merrills will try to stave off 
challenges from sophomores Keon Lattimore, Lance Ball, 
junior J, P, Humber and true freshman Morgan Green 

Memlls is a hard-charging back with breakaway 
speed who played well enough in the spring to enter fall 
atop the depth chart. Pound-for-pound, he is the strongest 
player on the Maryland roster As spring drew to a close, 
however, Lattimore may have been the most complete back 
as his mnning and pass catching caught up to his talent as 
the team's best one-on-one blocker Lattimore possesses 
the size (235 pounds) and speed (4,5) to be a big-time back 
and simply needs to show more of what he showed at the 
end of spring for his playing time to increase. 



Transfer ID. Callahan ran well enough in the spnng 
to wan'ant another look as a short-yardage back, and 
Green, a true freshman, is one of the leading ball-carriers 
in the history of the state of Maryland (5,133 career yards) 
who could also get a look if he is up to speed in temis of his 
knowledge of the offense, 

"It is a very close race heading into fall between 
Menills. Lattimore and Green," said Friedgen, "and we will 
see where Humber is when he comes back healthy Of the 
three guys, I think Memlls has the most burst but he and 
Ball need to get a little smaller when they have the ball, 
Keon is probably the best pass protector and receiver at 
this point. They all did a nice job in the spring. We will just 
have to see who emerges.' 



TAILBACK 

7 J.P. Humber 


6-0 


225 


Jr. 


IV 


8 Mario Memlls 


5-10 


203 


Sr. 


3V 


21 Keon Lattimore 


60 


235 


So. 


IV 


25 Morgan Green 


60 


210 


Fr 


HS 


31(d) Albert Jones 


5-11 


214 


Jr 


SQ 


33 Josh Allen 


5-11 


207 


Sr. 


3V 


41 T.D. Callahan 


6^ 


227 


Jr 


SQ 


44 Lance Ball 


5-9 


225 


So. 


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Fullback 

Due mainly to personnel issues, the Terps went away 
from, to some degree, the "traditional" fullback a year ago. 
In the off-season, the team made an effort to go back to 
the isolation-blocking, hard nosed, fullback-as-lead blocker 
approach, and it paid off in the form of a number of players 
performing very well in the role. 

Senior Ricardo Dickerson and sophomore Tim 
Cesa each made the full-time move from the defensive 
side of the ball in the spnng and both looked very good as 
blocking backs. Both are hard-nosed players with Dickerson 
being the more experienced player at the position, but both 
will share time, regardless of who is the starter, Cesa is 
strong and has a hitter's mentality while also showing good 
hands out of the backfield. In the duo, the Terps will have 
what they possessed in the running game prior to 2004. 

While athletic newcomer Jeremy Navarre also got 
a look in spring and will be a player to watch in the future 
whether it be at fullback or elsewhere, the young player 
who came out of nowhere was redshirt freshman Matt 
Deese. Deese was nearly a non-factor a year ago, but now 
at 253 pounds, he proved to be an outstanding blocker and 
another player who could be in the mix for playing time. 

"I think the way these guys are playing is a dimension 
we didn't have last year," said Friedgen. "Both Dickerson 
and Cesa bring an attitude of toughness. Both are going 
to play a lot. And once Matt Deese learns what to do, he is 
going to be a factor. He showed me that he can be a very 
good blocker and if he isn't in the mix this year, he is likely 
no more than a year away." 



FULLBACK 

5 Ricardo Dickerson 


6-1 


247 


Sr. 


3V 


32 Tim Cesa 


6-1 


243 


So. 


IV 


40 (d) Jererry Navarre 


6-4 


250 


Fr. 


HS 


43 Matt Deese 


5-11 


253 


Fr. 


RS 


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Wide Receiver 

Despite a spring where the number of receivers was 
below what was needed, the team had one of the most 
productive off-seasons in recent memory. Most of that can 
be credited to the attitude of the unit and the leadership of 
a pair of seniors. 

First-year coach Bryan Bossard got all that he 
could have asked from seniors Derrick Fenner and Jo 
Jo Walker. Both put in their best work in the weight room 
and were vocal leaders of a receiving corps that noticeably 
made more plays in spnng. The unit lost a pair of productive 
players in Steve Suter and Rich Parson, but Fenner and 
Walker seem ready to step in and ease the burden for what 
will be the youngest unit on the team. 

Fenner is one of the team's best route runners 
and blazed to a personal-best time of 4.37 in off-season 
testing in the 40-yard dash. With a 40-inch vertical jump, 
he also offers the team a go-to player in goal line situations 
if needed. He will be backed up at the "X" spot by Drew 
Weatherly, Paschal Abiamiri and Isaiah Williams. Now 
a junior, Weatheriy should be ready to take the next step 
and utilize the best combination of size (6-4, 210) and 
speed (4.5) that the team has to offer. Like Fenner, he 
has a 40-inch vertical jump and good hands. Abiamiri has 
been a player who has looked good in spring ball almost 
every year, but has been unable to make the next step. 
With the unit being so young, his contnbution would be 
very important this year. Finally, Williams is one of five true 
freshmen who will be given a legitimate shot at playing time 
in the fall, and he brings another big body (6-3, 200) to the 
mix. 

At "Z," Walker heads into the season as the starter 
after a spnng where his improvement was notable. He ran 
a 4.43 in spring testing, but more importantly he made 
more plays and more big catches than any other player on 
the field. He has always been one of the team's quickest 
players and it looks like in his senior campaign, he is 



WIDE RECEIVERS 

X 

11 Drew Weatherly 6-4 


210 


Jr. 


2V 


81 


Paschal Abiamiri 


6-2 


194 


Jr. 


IV 


83 


Dernck Fenner 


6-0 


193 


Sr. 


3V 


87 


Isaiah Williams 


6-3 


200 


Fr. 


HS 


89(d) 


Matt Goldberg 


6-2 


182 


Fr. 


RS 


Z 
9 


Jo Jo Walker 


5-9 


169 


Sr. 


3V 


23(d) 


Terrell Skinner 


6-3 


190 


Fr. 


HS 


26id_L 


Darrius Heyv»ard-Bey 


6-3 


195 


Fr. 


HS 


29 (dL 


Jamal Gardner 


5-10 


184 


Sr. 


SQ 


84(d) 


Durrell Wooten 


6-0 


177 


So. 


SQ 


85 


Danny Melendez 


6-2 


179 


Sr. 


3V 


Slot 

9 


Jo Jo Walker 


5-9 


169 


Sr. 


3V 


17(d) 


Danny Oquendo 


6-3 


175 


Fr. 


HS 


23(d) 


Emen Ifon 


5-8 


164 


Fr. 


RS 


26idi_ 


Cedric Bryant 


5-6 


170 


Fr. 


RS 


82 (dL 


Greq Powell 


6-0 


188 


Jr. 


SQ 


82(d) 


Nolan Can-oil 


6-1 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


1 



ready to maximize his talents. Behind him, senior Danny 
Melendez gives the team a speedy receiver with good 
hands who knows the system well enough to line up on 
either side and behind Melendez will be another pair of true 
freshmen, Darrius Heyward-Bey and Terrell Skinner 
Heyward-Bey is one of the nation's top prep sprinters 
as well as one of the top-rated wideouts in the nation in 
2004. Skinner is a converted quarterback from Flonda who 
will get his first look on offense, but showed his wares to 
recruiters as a defensive back at several prep camps last 
year and could get moved there if need be. 

At slot receiver. Walker will be the first player in as 
he is the most experienced after spending the last three 
seasons there. Behind him will be the hard-working Greg 




Jo Jo Walker (left) 

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are expected to 

be the key targets 

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Powell - a player who had five catches in the spring game 

- as well as Danny Oquendo and Nolan Carroll two 
tnore true freshmen, Oquendo is a high school track star 
(hurdles) with good football skills, while Carroll is another 
Flondian who will be looking to return to the form that had 
him as one of the state's top receivers his junior year before 
injuring his knee, 

'Our wide receivers looked much improved to me in 
the off-season and they stayed healthy, which is amazing 
with as many reps as they had to take in spring." said 
Friedgen, "What I am hoping with these kids is that they will 
continue to take this attitude and matunty and give some 
of that to some of these young kids who are coming in. But 
when they have been on. they have been complete players 

- catching, running with the ball and blocking." 

Tight End/H-backs 

Maryland's group of tight ends are likely the deepest 
and most versatile group on the team and should end up 
being one of the most productive tight-end units in the 
league. The Terps will have the ability to line up with as 
many as three tight ends and can do any one of a number 
of things out of such a set. 

The tight ends will likely be used less this year in 
the H-back and wing role they became accustomed to last 
year and become more of the traditional tight end, though 
they will certainly split out and be able to form some four- 
wide type sets and other potential matchup problems. 
Sophomore Jason Goode will be the team's only true H- 
back. 

Junior Vernon Davis and Goode return to give the 
team a versatile, athletic duo that can line up at tight end, in 
the slot or in the backfield if needed. But with the use of the 
more traditional, blocking fullback, both - and especially 
Davis ~ are expected to use their speed and athleticism 
to help the Terps in the passing game more than anything. 
Davis led the team in receiving yards last year and will 
continue to improve as his knowledge of the offense 
progresses. He has become a complete player and should 
be one of the top players in the league at his position this 
year 

Senior Derek Miller returns to head a group of tight 
ends who will be counted on more for their blocking. Miller 
has worked hard in the off-season and could play a bigger 
role in the passing game while the progression of Joey 
Haynos. Dan Gronkowski and Brad Schell have pleased 
the coaching staff, making them viable options as well. All 
three players have size similar to Miller's (in the 6-6 to 6- 
8 range) and who will gain playing time of the three is a 
decision that will be determined in preseason camp. 

"I think Vernon was much more productive for us as 
a blxker and receiver this past off-season," said Fnedgen. 
Playing one position has really helped him. He is much 
more of a complete player. He is very quick off the ball, 
with real good strength and he should have a good year 



TIGHT END/H-BACKS 

■3, J D3"G^"^:.^s^ 6-6 262 


Fr 


RS 


15 Jason Goode 6-3 231 


So. 


IV 


18(d) Vetnon Davis 6-3 253 


Jr 


2V 


45 Tommy Gait #5 235 


Fr 


HS 


80 Joey Haynos M 260 


So. 


IV 


64 Derek Miller 6-7 275 


Sr. 


3V 


86 BradSchell 6-5 256 


Jr. 


IV 


1 




Vernon Davis (left) is Maryland's most experienced returning 
tight end, while Stephon Heyer anchors a young offensive line. 



Derek Miller is probably at his physical peak right now and 
obviously gives us another good blocker. And in Haynos, 
Gronkowski and Schell, we have three solid players who 
will have to distance themselves from the other to determine 
who that third tight end will be." 

Goode would have been more involved a season 
ago but injury slowed his progress. Like Davis, he runs well 
and is a good blocker and in his first season, he showed a 
knack for picking things up quickly which should help him 
in his quest for playing time this year. His integration into 
the offense will only increase the team's versatility in play 
calling. 

"Jason still has a little ways to go," said Friedgen, 
"but he is the type of athlete - physically and mentally 
- who can do all the things you want out of an H-back. Our 
tight ends as a whole give us a lot of multiplicity within our 
offense without changing a lot of the learning." 

Offensive Line 

A position that exemplified the state of this year's 
team this off-season is the offensive line. The Terrapins will 
be relatively young at the position, entenng fall camp with 
the possibility of as many as four players starting who are 
no more experienced than sophomores. But more than any 
other position, the offensive line - though young - looks to 
be as loaded as any other in terms of talent. This year's 
offensive line will have more players with prototypical size 
and athleticism than any Terp group in recent history. 

On the left side, OT Stephon Heyer is the lone senior 
returning who started in all 11 games last year on the line. 
He is a bookend tackle with a long wingspan who moves 
well and should gain some attention come postseason 
honors time. Heyer is as strong as he has ever been and 
showed the type of leadership in the spnng that will be 
needed with such a young cast surrounding him. He will 
be backed up by Dane Randolph - a player who is moving 
over from the defensive side of the ball and has thus far 
picked things up very quickly - and the intriguing freshman 
Jared Galther. At 6-9 and 330 pounds. Gaither is a former 
basketball recmit who moves unbelievably well and whose 
progress will be worth watching. 

At left guard, sophomore Donnie Woods appears to 
be the front njnner for the starting job after a solid spnng 
and playing in the final 11 games of last year, starting the 
finale. Woods is a savvy player who posted four "big blocks' 
against just three missed assignments on 177 plays in his 
first season of playing time. His primary challenge will come 



from redshirt freshman Jaimie Thomas, a player coaches 
have been impressed with physically but who needs to 
continue to work on his assignments. He has good size (6- 
4, 327) and moves very well. Redshirt freshman Lee Oliver 
will also look to continue his progression after walking on 
last year. 

Center will be a very interesting position with a good 
deal to be determined prior to the start of the season. 
What happens here will likely affect the rest of the line as 
well. Sophomore Andrew Crummey will start camp atop 
the depth chart. He is a heady player who moves well 
and started half of last season at guard. His versatility 
combined with the progress of Edwin Williams, a redshirt 
freshman who the coaches compare to former Terp (and 
cun'ent Cleveland Brown) Melvin Fowler, will play a big 
role in who goes where. If Williams wins the starting )ob. 
Crummey will move back to nght guard and compete for 
the job there. Senior Ryan McDonald missed spring but 
will be back in the fall and his return is key giving the team 
depth in the event Cmmmey starts and an experienced 
backup if Williams starts. Though there will be many good 
battles on the offensive line this fall, this one may be the 
most important. 



OFFENSIVE LINE 

Tackle 

58 Brandon Nixon 


6^ 


314 


So. 


IV 


70 


Stephon Heyer 


6-7 


319 


Sr. 


3V 


73 


Scott Butley 


M 


316 


So. 


IV 


75 


Dane Randolph 


6-5 


274 


Fr. 


RS 


78 


Jared Gaither 


6-9 


330 


Fr. 


HS 


79 


Zacti Marshall 


6-7 


285 


Fr. 


HS 


Guard 

59 


Dave Ouaintance 


6-4 


293 


Jr. 


SQ 


51 


Lee aiver 


6-2 


298 


Fr. 


RS 


63 


Andrew Cmmmey 


6-5 


294 


So. 


1V 


66 


Garrick Clkj 


6-3 


298 


So. 


SQ 


69 


Donnie Woods 


M 


292 


So. 


IV 


76 


Jaimie Thomas 


6-4 


327 


Fr. 


RS 


77 


Russell Bonham 


6-3 


314 


Sr. 


3V 


Center 

63 


Andrew Cmmmey 


6-5 


294 


So. 


1V 


60 


Edwin Williams 


6-2 


317 


Fr. 


RS 


68 


Ryan McDonald 


6-2 


275 


Sf. 


1V 


72 


Phil Costa 


6-3 


280 


Fr. 


HS 


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On the right side, the only senior atop the depth 
chart other than Heyer - Russell Bonham - will look 
to stay healthy and give the team a run-blocking force. 
Bonham shared time as the starter (five games) at the 
position last year with Crummey, but missed four games 
due to injury Including the season finale. Should Crummey 
stay at center, Bonham's primary challenge will come 
from Garrick Clig, a physical sophomore whose forte is 
also pushing the pile. Junior Dave Qualntance will also 
compete In his second year on the offensive side of the 
ball. 

Right tackle will be a look Into the future of the Terp 
line and will be one of this year's best battles. Third-year 
sophomore Brandon Nixon (6-6, 314) has improved 
greatly In the last year and it seems as if the mental aspect 
of his game is catching up to his physical gifts. His challenge 
will come from second-year player Scott Burley (6-6, 316), 
a player with a mean streak who Is very physical despite 
his youth but is another Terp who just needs to work on 
getting his assignments straight. Regardless of the starter, 
Maryland has as impressive a young tandem as It has ever 
had to throw at opponents. 










the overall athleticism. As was the theme last year, the play 
and leadership of the team's veterans will prove vital. 

"I have been encouraged by what I have seen out 
of the defense thus far, even though they are young," 
said Fnedgen. "We have some players who could make 
a difference for us on the defensive line if they can come 
along, and we are all pretty happy with how things have 
gone at defensive back. At linebacker, our depth is better 
and we return all our starters, so we'll see what happens. 
We don't lose much to graduation after this year, so It is 
safe to say their best days are ahead of them." 

Defensive Line 

The Maryland defensive front is young and will be 
looking for a few newcomers to step up In 2005. Though 
young, Its depth will be improved, and If one or more of the 
first- or second-year players Is able to step Into significant 
playing time, this group will - like the offensive line - be 
one to watch In coming years. The defensive line Is without 
a single senior this year 



At the rush-end spot, sophomore Jack Griffin left 
spring as the starter. He Is a versatile player whose strength 
is his motor and ability to stop the run. Sophomore Omarr 
Savage, a long, lean, player with very long arms, will work 
to try to regain his spot atop the depth chart, while redshirt 
freshman IVIack Frost will also try to earn playing time. In 
addition, three newcomers - Melvin Alaeze, Dwight Gait 
and Jared Harrell - will be trying to supplant the veterans. 
Alaeze was the top-rated prep defensive player In the 
country by several recruiting services and would give the 
team a speed merchant on the outside if he could work his 
way Into a regular role. 

On the opposite side, sophomore Jermaine Lemons 
and redshirt freshman Trey Covington will likely share 
time. Both have Improved against the run while holding 
the point of attack is probably more Lemons' strength, and 
Covington's is getting after the passer and making plays 
In the backfield. Behind them will be another pair of true 
freshmen In Jeff Clement and Barrod Heggs. 



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"I HAVE BEEN ENCOURAGED BY WHAT I HAVE SEEN OUT OF THE DEFENSE THUS FAR, EVEN 
THOUGH THEY ARE YOUNG. WE HAVE SOME PLAYERS WHO COULD MAKE A DIFFERENCE FOR US 
ON THE DEFENSIVE LINE IF THEY CAN COME ALONG, AND WE ARE ALL PRETTY HAPPY WITH HOW 
THINGS HAVE GONE AT DEFENSIVE BACK." - RALPH FRIEDGEN 



"We have some good battles now between some big, 
athletic kids who would be playing In anybody's program," 
said Friedgen. "We just need to get some more experience. 
We could end up with a lot of sophomores and redshirt 
freshmen on the field, but that will bode well for us based 
on their talent if we can get them the reps they need. We will 
only really lose Heyer, McDonald and Bonham so It looks 
like the future Is pretty bright if we can keep it going." 

DEFENSE 

Each year, Maryland's defense shuttles players in 
and out of Gary Blackney's system. Four years running, 
the success of the unit has not had a hiccup - It has been 
one of the best In the nation. With one of his youngest 
groups taking the field this year, the hope is that the 
success will remain a constant once again. 

Last season, the Terps' defense had many moments 
where It could stake claim to being one of the better units 
In the league. If not the country. The Terrapins replaced 
three of four starters In the defensive backfield (all three 
of whom ended up in NFL camps) and a player in Randy 
Starks on the defensive line who ended up being one of 
the best defensive rookies in the National Football League 
last year. The result - a unit that ranked eighth nationally 
against the pass, 21 st In average yards allowed and 27th in 
scoring defense. 

The team returns all three starters at linebacker, 
a unit ranked best In the ACC by Athlon. The defensive 
backs again replace three starters, but the athleticism of 
the group as a whole Is improved. Finally the defensive 
line loses Shawne Merriman and former AII-ACC performer 
Kevin Eli, but has young talent that could, again. Improve 




D'Qwell Jackson, an Alt-America and Butkus Award candidate, led the ACC in tackles 
in 2004 and is expected to be the leader of the Terps ' defensive unit this season. 



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Conrad Bolston, who could be an AII-ACC perfomer on the defensive line, is a 
double-threat defensive tackle, being able to stuff the run and rush the passer. 



■Jermaine and Trey have improved so much against 
ihe mn," said Friedgen, 'Are they Shawne Memman at this 
poinf No, they aren't. But are they solid and improved 
and do we expect them to get better? Yes, On the other 
side, we will have some real good competition leading 
into the season with Griffin, Oman- (Savage) and Alaeze, 
Gnffins ability to move inside will help us there but just like 
everywhere else, we want the best guys on the field and 
will see who prevails," 

On the inside, junior Conrad Bolston returns at 
defensive tackle after starting in all but one game last year. 
Bolston had a tremendous spnng, has proven to be a hard 
worker and shows the ability to collapse the pocket both as 
a pass rusher and run stopper. His strength is the leverage 
with which he plays Gnffin will serve as the pnmary backup 
along with Dennis Marsh while freshman Travis Ivey has 
filled out quickly and looks as if he may be a factor as well. 



DEFENSIVE LINE 

Rush End 

56 DwiqhtGaltlV 6-4 


245 


Fr 


HS 


57 jared HarreH 


M 


230 


Fr. 
So. 


HS 

1V 


67 Jack Gnflin 


6-7 


276 


90 Melvin Alaeze 


6-2 


280 


Fr 


HS 


91 Mack Frost 


M 


264 


Fr 


RS 


98 OmairSavaqe 


6-5 


262 


So. 


IV 


Drop End 

47 Jeff dement 


6-2 


235 


Fr 


HS 


50 Jennane Lemons 


6<3 


250 


So. 


SQ 


55 TieyCovinqton 


60 


241 


Fr 


RS 


93 BanodHeqgs 


6-3 


245 


Fr 


HS 


Nose Tackle 

66 CariosFeJKiano 


6-5 


298 


So. 


IV 


92 DreMoore 


64 


298 


So. 


IV 


99 RobAnnstronQ 


6-4 


307 


Jr 


2V 


Defensive TacMe 

89 (d) Travis Ivey 


t 
64 


278 


Fr 


HS 


95 Conrad Bolston 


6J 


285 


Jr. 


2V 


97 Dennis Maish 


64 


290 


Fr 


RS 


1 



Junior Rob Armstrong overcame an injured back 
in the off-season and performed well enough to regain his 
starting job. His strength is holding the point. Sophomore 
Dre Moore missed most of spring but is a playmaker and 
will challenge to regain the spot atop the depth chart. At 
6-4, 298 pounds, Moore is the fourth-strongest player 
on the team pound-for-pound and runs a 40 time in the 
neighborhood of 4.8. Fellow sophomore Carlos Feliciano 
will work behind the duo, giving the Terps another player 
who plays with good pad position and leverage. 

"Overall on the defensive line, we are going to be 
young this year" said Friedgen. "I don't think Coach (Dave) 
Sollazzo loses a single guy for next year We are going to 
have more depth than we have had in the past, but a lot of 
it is going to have to come from some of these young guys 
if we are to be as good as we want to be." 

Linebacker 

As has happened on occasion in the past, an injury 
has actually helped this year's group of linebackers. 

The Terrapins return all three starters from last year 
but heading into spnng ball, star "Mike" linebacker D'Qwell 
Jackson had wrist surgery, making him was unavailable to 
work in the spring. As it turns out, his absence helped a pair 
of players step up. 

In the middle, highly touted sophomore Wesley 
Jefferson stepped in for Jackson and played the best he 
has played since aniving at Maryland in 2003 as the nation's 
top-rated prep linebacker. Jefferson is an instinctive player 
who seems to have turned the comer What he will give the 
Terps this year is an outstanding backup and some rest to 
arguably the league's top retuming defensive player 

Jackson finished second by two votes in balloting for 
last year's ACC Defensive Player of the Year is on almost 
everybody's list as a first team All-Amencan for 2005 and is 
a candidate for the Butkus. Bednarik and Lombardi awards. 
The leagues leading tackier a year ago, his time away in 
the spnng helped him continue his role as the leader of 
the defense as he was in almost every defensive huddle 
throughout off-season workouts. He is a great tackier vrfio 
plays sideline to sideline and is a wanior on game days. 



LINEBACKERS 



Middle ("Mike") 

35 (dj Wesley Jefferson 


5-? 


236 
223 


So 

Jr 


IV 


37 (d) Robert Petty 


5-11 


TR 


40 (d) Jasper Brooks 


6-1 


237 


Jr 


SQ 


42(d) Chase Bullock 


6-3 


237 


Fr. 


RS 


46 Marvin Peoples 


6-2 


230 


Fr 


HS 


52 D'Qwell Jackson 


6-1 


231 


Sf. 


3V 


53 (d) Chris Clinton 


6-3 


240 


Fr. 


HS 


Weakside ('■Will") 

1 Enn Henderson 


6-3 


233 


Fr 


RS 


34 Dave Piiilistin 


6-2 


218 


Fr. 


HS 


42 (d) Bnan Dickerson 


5-10 


194 


Fr. 
Sf. 


RS 


48 William Kershaw 


6-3 


232 


3V 


Strongside ("Sam") 
49 Jens Smilfi 


6-2 


236 


Jr. 


SO 


51 Eric Lenz 


64 


228 


Fr 


RS 


54 David Holloway 


6-2 


220 


Jr 


1V 



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While what Jackson will bring is a given, several players 
including Chase Bullock and Marvin Peoples, will be 
looking to gain expenence. 

The other spot that seemed to benefit from Jackson's 
absence in the spring was the "Will' position. Senior starter 
William Kershaw was noticeably the best defensive player 
of the off-season, making plays all over the field and looking 
like the player the Terps thought they have had for years. 
He is strong, mns well (4.6) and seemingly gets through 
blocks with ease. Backing him up. redshirt freshman Erin 
Henderson posted the best numbers in almost every 
scrimmage of the off-season, looking like a smaller version 
of his Butkus Award-winning brother, E.J., (a comparison 
the younger Henderson both appreciates and dreads). The 
bottom line is the brothers are both playmakers. Newcomer 
Dave Philistin of New Hampshire, another athletic tnje 
freshman, will be playing behind the duo. 

At strongside linebacker David Holloway returns 
for his junior season after playing above any expectation 
anyone had for him last year Holloway is very good against 
the njn, a solid tackier and is very strong despite his size 
(4,7, 36-inch vertical, 405-pound bench, 600-pound squat). 
The hope is that either redshirt freshman Eric Lenz or 
junior Jens Smith can step in to help the team's depth at 
the position. 

"Wesley Jefferson really gives us a tot of depth 
when he is at 'Mike'." said Friedgen. "I don't think there is 
any question that is where he is supposed to be. William 
Kershaw had a very, very good spring and Enn Henderson 
finds the football and his added size and strength has 
helped. And with D'Qwell, we obviously know what we have 
there and Holloway has been a very good linebacker for us. 
As a group, I would say we are pretty good.' 

Defensive Bacic 

It isn t every aay triat a team can tose three starters 
and still end up being better the folkwing year. That 
scenario is a possibility for the Terps this year. 

Though the loss of a player like Broncos' third- 
round pick Domonique Foxworth - with his leadership 
and consistency - virill certainly not help, it shook) be 
consklered that the three starters other than Foxworth from 
last year were also in their first year in that starting rote. 
Meanv^ile, players like junior Josh Wilson and senior 








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Gerrick McPhearson were gaining valuable experience, 

splitting time in the starting lineup. In addition, depth has 
improved at safety and the team seems to have gained 
more versatility after determining who plays where in the 
off-season. 

At cornerback, McPhearson enters his final year 
as the starter at the field spot formerly occupied by 
Foxworth. The fastest player in school history and an All- 
ACC performer on the Terps' track team in the off-season, 
McPhearson can cover and run with any receiver in the 
league. He is playing harder than he ever has and can 
break on the ball like few players in the country. His senior 
campaign could be a breakout season if his progress stays 
the course. Behind McPhearson is a pair of freshmen in 
redshirt Kevin Barnes and true frosh Anthony Wiseman. 
Barnes is the team's tallest corner and has very good cover 
skills, while Wiseman was a high school Ail-American who 
will be coming back from a knee injury. He will be healthy in 
the fall and brings the team another speedy defensive back 
and all-around athlete (he also excelled at tailback and in 
retums as a prep). 

At boundary corner, Wilson is also looking to take 
the next step toward being one of the league's top backs. 



DEFENSIVE BACKS 

Field Cornerback 

2 Kevin Barnes 6-1 


179 


Fr 


RS 


6 Anttiony Wiseman 


5-10 


185 


Fr 


HS 


38 Gerrick McPhearson 


5-10 


194 


Sr 


2V 


Boundary Cornerback 

4(d) Josh Wilson 


5-10 


182 


Jr 


2V 


20 Isaiah Gardner 


5-11 


194 


So. 


RS 


24 (d) Richard Taylor 


5-10 


189 


Fr 


RS 


37 (d) Jamari McCollouqh 


6-0 


175 


Fr 


HS 


Strong Safety 

3 Chnstian Vamer 


5-11 


195 


So. 


IV 


12(d) tiflarcus Wimbush 


5-11 


205 


Jr 


IV 


27 Milton Hams 


5-11 


195 


Sr. 


IV 


Free Safely 

3 Chnstian Vamer 


5-11 


195 


So. 


IV 


17(d) LandrvSaha 


5-11 


199 


So. 


SQ 


19(d) China Amadi 


5-11 


203 


So 


SQ 


29(d) Jeff Allen 


6-1 


190 


Fr 


HS 


30 J.J. Justice 


6-2 


217 


So 


IV 


1 



Wilson also ran track in the off-season and clocked in at 4.4 
in the 40-yard dash. He is both intelligent and headstrong 
and though he spends much of the game talking, he 
spends just as much backing it up. Sophomore transfer 
Isaiah Gardner (Notre Dame) has moved from safety and 
will back up Wilson as well as seeing action in nickel and 
dime packages. Redshirt freshman Richard Taylor and 
newcomer Jamari McCullough will be working behind the 
duo. 

"We were concerned going into spring about having 
enough players, but I thought Josh Wilson had a very good 
off-season and Gerrick (McPhearson) has improved his 
consistency and his toughness," said Friedgen. "He has 
really matured for us as a kid and I am hopeful that he has 
the year it looks like he will have. We have some young 
guys back there, but from what I have seen with Gary 
(Blackney)'s guys, the longer they are with him, the better 
their technique will get." 

At safety, things played out probably as well as could 
have been expected in the spring. Senior Milton Harris 
made a move at strong safety and will enter fall camp 
competing with junior Marcus Wimbush for the starting 
job. Wimbush, one of the team's best hitters, has stepped 
up his play in coverage and will play in nickel and dime at 
worst. One other player who could be a factor to start at the 
position is sophomore Christian Varner. 

Varner will enter fall as the starter at free safety, but 
his situation is to be determined. He missed most of spring 
with a high ankle sprain but came back for the last pracfice 
and the spring game and played very well, showing the 
intelligence and reckless abandon that has him likely 
penciled in at one spot or the other What has precipitated 
the possible move, despite his strong play, is a combination 
of both his cover skills (and Blackney's preference for a 
player with corner cover skills at strong safety) and the 
emergence of J.J. Justice. Justice is big, physical and 
runs very well. Once considered a little "stiff," his progress 
in the last year has excited coaches and has him knocking 
on the door of a starting job. True freshman Jeff Allen, 
another athletic player, gives the team yet another big, 
physical safety to throw in the mix, 

"At safety, we have been very happy with the play 
of J.J. Justice and that might give us some options at both 
safety spots," said Fnedgen. "Then when we go nickel we 
can use Josh there and Isaiah at corner and then move 



Wimbush in when we are in dime. Anyway, things are better ^ 
at both safety and corner than what we thought they were 

going to be, and if these young players confinue to improve, ^ 

we will be in good shape for a few years." g. 

Special Teams 

For the first time since Ralph Friedgen's first season, 
the team has to concern itself with placekicker and long 
snapper Both Nick Novak - the league's all-time leading 
scorer - and LS Jon Condo are in pro camps and need to 
be replaced. 

At kicker, junior Dan Ennis and redshirt freshman 
Obi Egekeze are neck-and-neck heading into the fall. Ennis 
is a hard-working former soccer player who has gotten 
better with each season since walking on three years ago. 
Egekeze struggled at times last season but finished spring 
very strong, showing a good leg and accuracy Egekeze will 
handle kickoffs, while newcomer Chris Roberts will also 
work there. 

"I tried to make both of those guys choke," said 
Friedgen. "I froze them, I talked to them, I would make them 
run sprints. . .they handled the pressure pretty well. Obi has 
the better range and improved as the spring went on, but 
they are both still in there battling for the job." 

Adam Podlesh's first two seasons as the Terrapin's 
punter could not have been much better, with two seasons 
as a Ray Guy semifinalist under his belt. One of the best 
directional punters in the country, Podlesh is in better 
shape than he has ever been and will look to crack into 
the nation's top 10 in average once again. He has been 
a second team AII-ACC performer in each of his first two 
years, averaging 43,1 yards in the last two seasons. 

At long snapper, Tim Cesa will likely handle punts 
while Andrew Schmitt - younger brother of former Terp 
center Kyle - will compete with Brendan McDermond on 
kick-snapping duties. 

In returns, the team must replace ACC career record- 
holder Steve Suter but Jo Jo Walker has looked very good 
on both kicks and punts. Josh Wilson will get a look on 
punts as well, as will Vemon Davis - yes, 250-pound 
Vernon Davis - on kickoffs. 

"Losing Novak and Condo were concerns, but we 
have made progress and I think that is something that will 
continue to improve as we move on," said Friedgen. 




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PRESEASON DEPTH CHART 



OFFENSE 



83 
11 
81 
87 
89(d) 



Darrick Fenner 

Drew Wealherty 
Paschal Abiamin 
Isaiah Williams 
Malt Goldberg 



5 
or 32 

43 



RIcardoDlckersonG-l 
Tim Cesa 6-1 

MallOeese 5-11 



40(d) Jeremy Navarre 6-4 



247 Sr,-3V 
243 So -W 
253 Fr-RS 
250 Fr-HS 



69 
76 
61 




DEFENSE 



91 
90 
56 

57 



Jack Griffin 
Omarr Savage 
Mack Frosl 
Melvin Alaeze 
Dwighl Gait 
Jared Hairell 



6-7 
6-5 
6-5 
6-2 
6-4 
6-6 



38 

2 

6 



276 So,-1V 
262 So,-W 
264 Fr-RS 
280 Fr-HS 
245 Fr-HS 
230 Fr-HS 




99 Rob Armstrong 6-4 307 Jr.-2V 

92 Dre Moore 6-4 298 So -IV 

Cahos Feliciano 6-5 298 So,-1V 



14 Sam Hollenbach 6-S 218 Jr.-IV. 
16 JoelStatbam 6-2 219 Jr.-2V 
19(d) Jordan Sleffy 6-1 222 So.-IV 




63 Andrew Crummey 6-5 294SO.-1V 

60 Edwin Williams 6-2 317 Fr-RS 

68 (d) Ryan McDonald 6-2 275Sr-1V 

72 Phil Costa 6-3 280F;.-HS 




5-10 203 Sr.-3V 
6-0 235 So -IV 
5-9 225So,-SQ 
6-0 225 Jr.-IV 
60 227 Jr-SQ 
M 210 Fr-HS 
214So,-SQ 
207 Sr.-3V 



77 

or 63 

66 

59 





Russell Bonham 6-3 314 Sr.-3V 
Andrew Crummey 6-5 294 So,-1V 

Gamck Clig 
Dave Ouaintance 



95 Conrad Bolston 

67 Jack Gnffin 

97 Dennis Marsh 

89(d) Travis Ivey 



6-5 285 Jr.-2V 

6-7 276Sa-1V 

64 290 Fr-RS 

64 278 Fr-HS 



58 
73 
79 



Brandon Nixon 
Scott Burley 
Zacb Marshall 



9 Jo Jo Walker 
82(d) Greg Powell 



17(d) 
82(d) 
26(d) 
23(d) 



Danny Oquendo 
Nolan (^rroll 
(^nc Bryant 
Ememlfon 



Jason Goode 
6-3 231 So -1V 





9 JoJoWalker 

85 OannyMelcndez 

26(d) 0. Heyv»an»-Bey 

23(d) Teirel Stanoef 

84(d) Durrel Woolen 

29(d) JamalGarlner 



18(d) Vernon Davis 
Derek Miller 
Joey Haynos 
Brad Schell 
Dan Gronkowski 
Tommy Gait 



5-9 169 Sr.-3V 

6-2 179 Sr.-3V 

6-3 195 Fr-HS 

6-3 190 Fr-HS 

M 177SO.-SQ 

5-10 184 Sr-SQ 




Jermaine Lemons 6-3 
Trey Covington 6-3 
Jeff Clement 6-2 



250SO.-SQ 
241 Fr-RS 
235 Fr-HS 



BarrodHeggs 6-3 245 Fr-HS 





G. McPhearson 5-10 
Kevin Barnes 6-1 
Anthony Wiseman 5-10 



194 Sr-2y 

179 Fl-r 

185 Fr-HS 




54 


David Holloway 


6-2 


220 Jr.-IV 


49 


Jens Smith 


6-2 


236 Jr-SQ 


51 


EncLenz 


64 


228 Fr-RS 




27(d) Milton Harris 5-11 195 Sr.-IV 

or 12(d) Marcus Wimbush 5-11 205 Jr.-IV 

3 ChnstianVamer 5-11 195 So.-IV 



k 



52 D'Qwell Jackson 

35(d) Wesley Jefferson 

42(d) Chase Bullock 

37(d) Robert Petty 

40(d) Jasper Brooks 

53(d) Chns Clinton 

46 Marvin Peoples 





3 ChnstianVamer 5-11 195 So.-IV 

30 J,J, Justice 6-2 217 So.-IV 

29(d) JeffAilen 6-1 190 Fr-HS 

17(d) UndrySaha 5-11 199 Fr-RS 

19(d) ChimaAmadi 5-11 203So-SQ 



43 William Kershaw 6-3 

1 Enn Henderson 6-3 

34 Dave Philistin 6-2 

42(d) Bnan Dickerson 5-10 



232 Sr-3V 

233 Fr-RS 
218 Fr-HS 
194 Fr-RS 






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4(d) Josh Wilson 5-10 182 Jr.-2V 

20 Isaiah Gartner 5-11 194So-RS 

24(d) Richard Taytor 5-10 189 Fr-fiS 

37(d) Jamari MoCullough M 175 Fr-HS . 




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SPECIALISTS 
































PK 22 Dan Ennis 


5-11 


154 


Jr-SQ 


P 


36 Adam Po<Jlesh 


M 


192 


Jr.-2V 


KR 


9 JoJoWalker 


5-9 


169 


Sr.-3V 


H 


36 AdamPodlesh 6-fl 192 Jr.-W 


or 39 Obi Egekeze 


6-3 


205 


Fr-RS 




y De-e<Mi«- 


6-7 


275 


Sr-3V 




i8id:Ve'nonDavis 
4(d) JoshVifflson 


6-3 
5-10 


253 
182 


Jr-2V 
Jr-2V 




85 D3--.'.'re-:r: 6-2 179 Sr-3V 


KO 39 Obi Egekeze 


6-3 


205 


Fr-RS 


PR 


9 JoJoWalker 


5-9 


169 


Sr-3V 












LS 


32 Tim Cesa 6-1 243 So.-IV 


36 AdamPodesh 


■ ■ 


192 


Jr-2V 




4(d) JoshWlson 


5-10 


182 


Sr-3V 








■ ■ 




■ ■ 


31 Andrew Sdimitt 6-1 226 Fr.-RS 
53ld)BrendanMcOeniiond6-2 260 So.-SQ 



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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER 



No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Hat 


Wat 


CL 


Exp. 


Hometown (High School/Last School) 


81 


Paschal Abiamiri 


WR 


6-2 


194 


Jr. 


IV 


Randallstown, Md. (Mount St. Joseph HS) 


90 


Melvin Alaeze 


DE 


6-2 


280 


Fr. 


HS 


Baltimore, Md. (Randallstown HS) 


29(d) 


Jeff Allen 


TB/S 


6-1 


190 


Fr. 


HS 


Woodbridqe, Va. (DeMatha HS) 


33 


Josfi Allen 


TB 


5-11 


207 


Sr. 


3V 


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


19(d) 


Chima Amadi 


FS 


5-11 


203 


So. 


SQ 


Riverdale, Md. (Laurel HS) 


99 


Rob Armstronq 


NT 


6-4 


307 


Jr. 


2V 


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


44 


Lance Ball 


TB 


5-9 


225 


So. 


SQ 


Teaneck, N.J. (Teaneck HS) 


2 


Kevin Barnes 


CB 


6-1 


179 


Fr. 


RS 


Glen Bumie, Md. (Old Mill HS) 


95 


Conrad Bolston 


DT 


6-3 


285 


Jr 


2V 


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


77 


Russell Bonham 


OG 


6-3 


314 


Sr. 


3V 


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


40(d) 


Jasper Brooks 


LB 


6-1 


237 


Jr. 


SQ 


Columbia, S.C. (Sprinq Valley HS) 


26(d) 


Cedric Bryant 


WR 


5-6 


170 


Fr. 


RS 


Lorton, Va. (Thomas Edison HS) 


42(d) 


Cfiase Bullock 


LB 


6-3 


237 


Fr. 


RS 


Durham, N.C. (Northern HS) 


73 


Scott Burley 


OT 


6-6 


316 


So. 


IV 


Baltimore, Md. (Woodlawn HS) 


41 


ID. Callafian 


TB 


6-0 


227 


Jr. 


SQ 


Bel Air, Md. (John Carroll HS) 


82(d) 


Nolan Can-oil 


WR 


6-1 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


Green Cove Springs, Fla. (Clay HS) 


32 


Tim Cesa 


FB 


6-1 


243 


So. 


IV 


Kennesaw, Ga. (Harrison HS) 


47 


Jeff Clement 


DE 


6-2 


235 


Fr. 


HS 


Westville, N.J. (Deptford HS) 


66 


Garrick Cliq 


OG 


6-3 


298 


So. 


SQ 


Port Oranqe, Fla. (Spruce Creek HS) 


53(d) 


Chris Clinton 


LB 


6-3 


240 


Fr. 


HS 


Lakeland, Fla, (Evangel Christian HS) 


72 


Phil Costa 


C 


6-3 


280 


Fr. 


HS 


Moorestown, N.J. (Holy Cross HS) 


55 


Trey Covington 


DE 


6-3 


241 


Fr. 


RS 


Bowie, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 


63 


Andrew Crummey 


C 


6-5 


294 


So. 


IV 


Van Wert, Ohio (Van Wert HS) 


18(d) 


Vernon Davis 


TE 


6-3 


253 


Jr. 


2V 


Washinqton, D.C. (Dunbar HS) 


43 


Matt Deese 


FB 


5-11 


253 


Fr. 


RS 


Greensboro, N.C. (NE Guilford HS) 


42(d) 


Brian Dickerson 


LB 


5-10 


194 


Fr. 


RS 


Bethesda,Md. (Walt Whitman HS) 


5 


Ricardo Dickerson 


FB 


6-1 


247 


Sr. 


3V 


Hyattsville. Md. (Northwestern HS) 


39 


Obi Eqekeze 


PK 


6-3 


205 


Fr. 


RS 


Augusta, Ga, (Westside HS) 


22 


Dan Ennis 


PK 


5-11 


154 


Jr. 


SQ 


Sykesville, Md. (Glenelg HS) 


68(d) 


Carlos Feliciano 


NT 


6-5 


298 


So. 


1V 


Elizabeth, N.J. (Elizabeth HS) 


83 


Derrick Fenner 


WR 


6-0 


193 


Sr. 


3V 


Hampton, Va. (Hampton HS) 


91 


Mack Frost 


DE 


6-5 


264 


Fr. 


RS 


Columbia, S.C, (Spring Valley HS) 


20 


Isaiah Gardner 


SS 


5-11 


194 


So. 


RS 


Virginia Beach, Va, (Salem HS/Notre Dame) 


29(d) 


Jama! Gardner 


WR 


5-10 


184 


Sr. 


SQ 


Stanton, Va, (Robert E, Lee HS) 


78 


Jared Gaither 


OT 


6-9 


330 


Fr. 


HS 


White Plains, Md, (Roosevelt HS/Hargrave Mil.) 


56 


DwiqhtGaltIV 


DE 


6-4 


245 


Fr. 


HS 


Silver Spring, Md. (Good Counsel HS) 


45 


Tommy Gait 


DE 


6-5 


235 


Fr. 


HS 


Silver Spring, Md. (Good Counsel HS) 


89(d) 


MattGoldberq 


WR 


6-2 


182 


Fr. 


RS 


Baltimore, Md. (Mount St Joes HS) 


15 


Jason Goode 


HB 


6-3 


231 


So. 


IV 


Baltimore, Md, (Woodlawn HS) 


25 


Morqan Green 


TB 


6-0 


210 


Fr. 


HS 


White Plains, Md, (Lackey HS) 


67 


Jack Griffin 


DT 


6-7 


276 


So. 


IV 


Enfield, Conn, (Enfield HS) 


13(d) 


Dan Gronkowski 


TE 


6-6 


262 


Fr. 


RS 


Amherst, N.Y. (Williamsville North HS) 


57 


Jared Harrell 


DE 


6-6 


230 


Fr. 


HS 


Milton, Mass. (Tabor Academy) 


27 


Milton Harris 


SS 


5-11 


195 


Sr. 


IV 


Lanham, Md. (Duval HS/Delaware State) 


80 


Joey Haynos 


TE 


6-8 


260 


So. 


IV 


Rockville, Md, (Gonzaqa Colleqe HS) 


93 


Barrod Heqqs 


DE 


6-3 


245 


Fr. 


HS 


Garden City, Ga, (Groves HS) 


1 


Erin Henderson 


LB 


6-3 


233 


Fr. 


RS 


Aberdeen, Md, (Aberdeen HS) 


70 


Stephen Heyer 


OT 


6-7 


319 


Sr. 


3V 


Lawrenceville, Ga. (Brookwood HS) 


26(d) 


Darrius Heyward-Bey 


WR 


6-3 


195 


Fr. 


HS 


Silver Sprinq, Md. (McDonoqh School) 


14 


Sam Hollenbach 


QB 


6-5 


218 


Jr. 


1V 


Sellersville, Pa, (Pennridge HS) 


54 


David Holloway 


LB 


6-2 


220 


Jr. 


IV 


Stephentown, N,Y (Albany Academy) 


7 


J.P. Humber 


TB 


6-0 


225 


Jr. 


IV 


Lakeland, Fla, (George Jenkins HS) 


23(d) 


Emen Ifon 


WR 


5-8 


164 


Fr. 


RS 


Laurel, Md, (Laurel HS) 


89(d) 


Travis Ivey 


DT 


64 


278 


Fr. 


HS 


Riverdale, Md, (Riverdale Baptist HS) 


52 


D'Qwell Jackson 


LB 


6-1 


231 


Sr. 


3V 


Largo, Fla, (Seminole HS) 


35(d) 


Wesley Jefferson 


LB 


6-2 


236 


So. 


1V 


Clinton, Md, (Gwynn Park HS) 


31(d) 


Albert Jones 


TB 


5-11 


214 


Jr. 


SQ 


Brandywine, Md, (Gwynn Park HS) 


30 


J.J. Justice 


FS 


6-2 


217 


So. 


IV 


Lisbon, Conn, (Norwich Free Academy) 


48 


William Kershaw 


LB 


6-3 


232 


Sr. 


3V 


Raeford, N,C, (Hoke County HS) 


21 


Keen Lattimore 


TB 


6-0 


235 


So. 


1V 


Owings Mills, Md, (Mt, St, Joseph HS/Harqrave M.A.) 


50 


Jermaine Lemons 


DE 


6-3 


250 


So. 


SQ 


Tampa, Fla. (Thomas Jefferson HS) 



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■vui'Hrai. 



No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Hgt 


Wgl 


CI. 


Exp. 


Hometown (High School/Last School) 


51 


Enc Lenz 


LB 


6-4 


228 


Fr. 


RS 


Fredenck, Md. (Urbana HS) 


97 


Dennis Marsh 


NT 


6-4 


290 


Fr. 


RS 


Browns Summit, NO. (Northeast Guilford HS) 


79 


Zach Marshall 


OT 


6-7 


285 


Fr 


HS 


Mason, Ohio (William Mason HS) 


37(d) 


Jaman McCollouqh 


CB 


6-0 


175 


Fr 


HS 


Baltimore, Md, (Randallstown HS) 


53(d) 


Brendan McDermond 


LS 


6-2 


260 


So. 


SQ 


Columbia, Md. (River Hill HS) 


68(d) 


Rvan McDonald 


C 


6-2 


275 


Sr 


1V 


Hagerstown, Md. (Williamsport HS/Concord College 


38 


Gemck McPhearson 


CB 


5-10 


194 


Sr 


2V 


Columbia, Md, (Howard HS) 


85 


Dannv Melendez 


WR 


6-2 


179 


Sr. 


3V 


Lancaster, Pa. (J.P McCaskey HS) 


8 


Mano MernJIs 


TB 


5-10 


203 


Sr. 


3V 


Columbia, Md. (Wilde Lake HS) 


84 


Derek Miller 


TE 


6-7 


275 


Sr. 


3V 


Carlisle, Pa. (Boiling Springs HS) 


92 


Dre Moore 


NT 


6-4 


298 


So. 


1V 


Charlotte, N.C. (Independence HS) 


40(d) 


Jeremy Navarre 


FB 


64 


250 


Fr. 


HS 


Joppatowne, Md. (Joppatowne MS) 


58 


Brandon Nixon 


OT 


6-6 


314 


So. 


1V 


Pottstown, Pa, (Pottstown HS) 


61 


Lee Oliver 


OG 


6-2 


298 


Fr. 


RS 


Germantown, Md, (Northwestern HS] 


17(d) 


Danny Oquendo 


WR 


6-3 


175 


Fr. 


HS 


Hackensack, N,J (Hackensack HS) 


46 


Marvin Peoples 


LB 


6-2 


230 


Fr. 


HS 


Apopka, Fla, (Apopka HS) 


37(d) 


Rotwrt Petty 


LB 


5-11 


223 


Jr. 


TR 


Hyattsville, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 


34 


Dave Philistin 


LB 


6-2 


218 


Fr. 


HS 


Manchester, N.H. (Manchester Central HS) 


36 


Adam Podlesh 


P 


6-0 


192 


Jr. 


2V 


Pittsford, N.Y. (Pittsford Sutherland HS) 


82(d) 


Greq Powell 


WR 


6-0 


188 


Jr. 


SQ 


Annapolis, Md, (Annapolis HS) 


59 


Dave Quaintance 


OG 


6-4 


293 


Jr. 


SQ 


Philadelphia, Pa, (Archbishop Ryan HS) 


75 


Dane Randolph 


OT 


6-5 


274 


Fr 


RS 


Columbia, Md. (Wilde Lake HS) 


24(d) 


Chns Roberts 


PK 


6-2 


189 


Fr. 


TR 


Fallston, Md. (John Carroll HS/Kinqs Colleqe) 


17(d) 


Landry Saha 


FS 


5-11 


199 


So. 


SQ 


Rockville, Md. (Richard Montqomery HS) 


98 


Omarr Savaqe 


DE 


6-5 


262 


So. 


1V 


Piscataway. N.J, (Piscataway HS) 


86 


Brad Schell 


TE 


6-5 


256 


Jr. 


1V 


Spencerville, Md, (Paint Branch HS) 


31 


Andrew Schmitt 


SS 


6-1 


226 


Fr. 


RS 


Derry, Pa, (DerryAreaHS) 


4(d) 


Bobby Sheahin 


QB 


6-1 


170 


Fr. 


RS 


Brookville, Md. (Shenwood HSAWU) 


23(d) 


Terrell Skinner 


WR/CB 


6-3 


190 


Fr. 


HS 


St. Petersburq, Fla. (Boca Cieqa HS) 


49 


Jeris Smith 


LB 


6-2 


236 


Jr. 


SQ 


Eldersburq, Md. (Liberty HS) 


16 


Joel Statham 


QB 


6-2 


219 


Jr. 


2V 


Chatsworth, Ga. (Murray County HS) 


19(d) 


Jordan Steffy 


QB 


6-1 


222 


So. 


1V 


Leola, Pa. (Conestoqa Valley HS) 


24(d) 


Richard Taylor 


CB 


5-10 


189 


Fr. 


RS 


Centreville, Va. (Centreville HS) 


76 


Jaimie Ttiomas 


OG 


6-4 


327 


Fr. 


RS 


Harisburq, Pa. (Bishop McDevitt HS) 


10 


Chris Turner 


Q6 


64 


205 


Fr. 


HS 


West Hills, Calif. (Chaminade HS) 


3 


Christian Vamer 


FS 


5-11 


195 


So. 


1V 


Baltimore, Md. (Randallstown HS) 


9 


Jo Jo Walker 


WR 


5-9 


169 


Sr, 


3V 


Carrollton. Texas (Creekview HS) 


11 


DrewWeatherly 


WR 


64 


210 


Jr. 


2V 


Georqetown, Del, (Sussex Central HS) 


60 


Edwin Williams 


C 


6-2 


317 


Fr. 


RS 


Washinqton, D.C. (DeMatha HS) 


13(d) 


Chns Williams 


DB 


6-0 


184 


Sr. 


SQ 


OIney, Md. (Maqruder HS) 


87 


Isaiah Williams 


WR 


6-3 


200 


Fr. 


HS 


Montclair, N.J. (Berqen Catholic HS) 


4(d) 


Josh Wilson 


CB 


5-10 


182 


Jr. 


2V 


Upper Marlboro, Md. (DeMatha HS) 


12(d) 


Marcus Wimbush 


SS 


5-11 


205 


Jr. 


1V 


Washinqton, D.C. (Dunbar HS) 


6 


Anthony Wiseman 


CB 


5-10 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


Silver Hill, Md. (DeMatha HS) 


69 


Donnie Woods 


OG 


6-3 


291 


So. 


1V 


Dade City, Fla. (Thomas Jefferson HS) 


84(d) 


Durrell Wooten 


WR 


6-0 


177 


So. 


SQ 


Landover, Md. (C.H. Flowers HS) 


(d) indicates duplicate number. 



K ey: ' indicates varsity letters earned: RS indicates redshirted i n 2003; SQ indicates on squad in 2003 but did not letter: HS indicates high school; TR indicates tra nsfer 



Pronunciation Guide 

Players Pronunciation 


Paschal Abiamiri 




PASS-kull a-BE-uh-meery 


Melvin Alaeze 




uh-leez 


Tim Cesa 




CHASE-uh 


Ob' Ejekeze 




oh-bee eqq-uh-KAY-zuh 


Stepson Heyer 




steff-ahn hiqh-en- 


Sam Hollenbach 




hall-un-bock 


DQwell Jackson 




dee-kwell 


Gemck McPt>earson/Garrick 


at 


pronounced with hard q 


Adam Podlesh 




podlesh 


Joel Stattiam 




state-umm 


Jaimie Thomas 




jay-mee 



Coaches 


Pronunciation 


Tom Brattan 


rtiymes with latin 


Ralph Friedqen 


FREE-iun 


Ray Rychleski 


rich-LESS-kev 


Dave Sollazzo 


so-LAH-zo 


Charlie Taaffe 


rvhmes with half 




ARHtilRQHG^SSLlS/ IST 



NUMERICAL ROSTER 




Hometown (High School/Last School) 



Aberdeen, Md. ( Aberdeen HS) 



Glen Burnie, Md. (Old Mill HS)_ 
Baltimore, Md, (Randallstown HSL 



BrggkyilleJM (Sh erwood HS/WVU) 



UpgeLMarlboro, Md. (DeMatha HS) 



H^attsville, Md. (Northwes tern HS) 
SilveiHilLMd. (DeMatha H_S1 



Lakeland, F l a. (George Jenkins HS) 



Columbia, Md. (Wilde Lake HS) 



Carrollton, Texas (Creekview HS) 



West Hills, Calif. (Chaminade HS) 



Georgetown, De l . (Sussex Central HS) 



Washington, D .C. (Dunba r HS) 



Amherst, N.Y. (Williamsville North HS) 



Olney, Md.(MagruderHS) 
Sellersville, Pa. (Pennridge HS) 



Baltimor e. Md. (Woodlawn HS) 



Chatsworth, Ga. (Murray Count y HS) 



Hactensack, N.J. (Hackens ack HS) 
Rockville, Md. (Richard Montgomery HS) 



Washington, D.C. (Dunbar HS) 



Riverdale, Md. (Laurel HS) 



Leola, Pa. (Conesto ga Valley HS) 



Virginia Beach , Va. (Salem HS/Notre Dame) 
Owings IV 



Ms.\ 



Sykesville, Md. (Glenelg HgL 
Laurel, Md. (Laurel HS) 



. St . Joseph HS/Hargrave M.A.) 



St. Petersburg, Fla. (Boca Ciega HS) 



Fallston, Md. (John Carroll HS/Kings College) 



Centreville. Va. (Centrevi lle HS) 
White Plains, Md, (Lackey HS) 



Lorton, Va. ( Thomas Edison HS) 



Silver Spring, Md. (McDono9h School) 



Lanham, Md. (Duv al HS/Delaw are State) 



Woodbridge, Va. (D eMathaHSj 



Stanton, Va. (Ro bert E.jeeHSL 



L isbon , Conn. (Norwich Free A cademy) 
Brand ywine, Md. (Gwynn Park HS) 

Derry, Pa. (D erry Area HS) 

Kennesaw, Ga . (HarnscniiS)_ 



Tampa, Fla. (Ele a nor Roosevelt HS (Md 



Manchester, N.H. (Manche ster Central HS) 

Clinton, Md. (Gwynn Park HS} 

Pittsford, N.Y. (Pittsford Sutherland HS) 

Baltim ore, Md . (Randallsto wn H S) 



Hyattsville, Md. (E leano r Roosevelt HS) 



Columbia, Md. (Howard HS) 



August a, Ga. (Westside HS) 

Columbia, S.C. (Spring Valley HS) 

Jcppatowne, Md, (Joppatowne HS) 

Bel Air, Md, (John Carroll HS) 

Durtiam, N.C, (Northern HS) 

Bethesda, Md. (Walt Whitman HS) __ 
Greensboro, N.C. (NE Guilfor d HS) 

Teaneck, N.J. (Teaneck HS) 

Silver Spnng, Md. (Good Cou nsel HS) 

Apopka, Fla. (Apopka HS) 

Westville, N.J. (Deptford HS) 

Raeford, N.C. (Hoke County HSJ 

Eldersburg, Md (Liberty HS) 

Tampa , Fla. (Thomas Jefferson HS) _ 






•p 



wmmmk 



No. 

51 

52 

53(d) 

53(d) 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

63 

66 

67 

68(d) 

68(d) 

69 

70 

72 

73 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82(d) 

82(d) 

83 

84 

84(d) 

85 

86 



87 _ 
89(d) 
891dL 
90 _ 

91 

92 

93 

95 



97 



99 



Name 

Eric Lenz 

D'Qwell Jackson 

Chris Clinton 
Brendan McDermond 
David Holloway 

Trey Covington 

Dwight Gait IV 
Jared Hanell 
Brandon Nixon 
Dave Quaintance 
Edwin Williams 
Lee Oliver 

Andrew Crummey 

Gamck Clig 

Jack Gnffin 

Carlos Feliciano 
Ryan McDonald 
Donnie Woods 
Stephen H eyer 
Phil Costa 



Pos. 

LB 

LB 

LB 

LS 



LB 



DE 

DE 

DE 

OT 

OG 

C 

OG 

C 



OG 



DT 



NT 



Hgt 
6-4 
6-1 
6-3 
_6-2 
_6-2 
6-3 
6-4 
6-6 
6-6 
6-4 
6-2 
6-2 
6-5 
6-3 
6-7 
6-5 



6-2 



OG 



6-4 



OT 



6-7 



6-3 



Wgt 
228 
231 
240 
260 
220 
241 
245 
230 
314 
293 
317 
298 
294 
298 
276 
298 
275 
292 
319 
280 



CI. 
Fr 
Sr. 
Fr. 
So. 
Jr^ 
Fr, 
Fr 
Fr. 
So. 
Jr. 
Fr. 
Fr 
So. 
So. 
So. 
So. 
Sr. 
So. 
_Sr 
Fr. 



Exp. 
RS 
3V 

HS_ 
JSQ 
IV 
RS 
HS 
HS 
IV 
SO 
RS 
RS 
1V 



SQ 

IV 
IV 
IV 
IV 
3V 
HS 



Scott Burley 
Dane Randolph _ 
Jaimie Thomas 
Russell Bonham 
Jared Gaither 
Zach Mars hall 
Joey Haynos 



OT 



6-6 



316 



So. 



1V 



OT 



6-5 



274 



Fr. 



RS 



Hometown (High School/Last School) 

Frederick, Md. (Urbana HS) 
Largo, Fla. (Seminole HS) 
_Lakeland, Fla. (Evangel Christian HSJ 
Columbia. Md. (River Hill HS) 
Stephentown, N.Y. (Albany Academy) 
Bowie, Md (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 
Silver Spnng. Md. (Good Counsel HS) 
Milton, Mass. (Tabor Academy) 
Pottstown, Pa. (Pottstown HS) 
Philadelphia, Pa. (Archbishop Ryan HS) 
Washington, D.C, (DeMatha HS) 
Germantown, Md. (Northwestern HS) 
Van Wert, Ohio (Van Werl HS) 
Port Orange, Fla. (Spruce Creek HS) 
Enfield, Conn. (Enfield HS) 
Elizabeth, N.J. (Elizabeth HS) 
Hagerstown, Md. (Williamsport/Concord College) 
Dade City, Fla. (Thomas Jefferson HS) 

Lawrenceville, Ga. (Brookwood HS) 

Moorestown, N.J. (Holy Cross HSJ 

Baltimore, M d. (Woodlawn HS) 
Columbia, Md. (Wild e Lake HS) 



OG 6-4 327 Fr. RS Harrisburg, Pa. (Bishop McDevitt HS) 

OG 6-3 314 Sr. 3V Winston-Salem, N.C. (Carver HS) 



OT 



6-9 



330 



Fr. 



HS 



OT 



6-7 



285 



Fr. 



HS 



TE 



6-8 



260 



So. IV 



Paschal Abiamifl 



WR 



6-2 



194 



Jr. 



1V 



White Plains, Md. (Roosevelt HS/Hargrave 
_Mason, OhiolVVilliam Mason HS) 
Roc kville, Md. (G onzaga College MS) 
Randallstown, M d. (Mount St. Joseph HS) 



Nolan Carr oll 
Greg Powell 
Demck Fenner 
Derek Miller 



WR 



6-1 



185 



Fr. 



HS 



Green Cove Spri ngs, Fla. (Clay HS) 



WR 



6-0 



WR 



6-0 



TE 



6-7 



188_ 
193^ 
275 



Jr. SQ Annapolis, Md^(Annapolis HS) 

Sr. 3V Hampton, Va. (Hampton HS) 



Durrell Wooten 



Sr. 3V Carlisle, Pa. (Boiling Spnngs HS1_ 

WR 6-0 177 So. SQ Landover, Md. (C.H . Flowers HSJ_ 




Danny M elendez 
Brad Schell 



WR 



6-2 



179 



Sr. 



3V 



Lancaster, Pa. (J.P Mc Caskey HSJl 



Isaiah Williams 



Matt Goldberg 
Travis Ivey 



TE 6-5 256 Jr. IV Spencerville. Md. (Paint Branch HSi_ 

WR 6-3 200 Fr. HS Montclair, N.J. (Bergen Catholic HSL 



WR 6-2 182 Fr. RS Baltimore, Md. (Mount St. Joe's HS) 

DT 6-4 278 Fr. HS Rive rdale, Md. (R iverdale Bapti st HS) 



MeMnAlaeze 



DE 



6-2 



280 



Fr. 



HS 



Mack Frost 



Baltimore, Md. (Randa llsto wn HS) 



DE 



6-5 



264 



Fr. 



RS 



Pre Moore 



Columbia, S.C. (Spring Valley HS) 



Barrod Hegqs 



Conrad Bolston 



NT 64 298 So. 1V CharlotteJI^.llfidependence HSL 

DE 6-3 245 Fr. HS G arden City, Ga. (Groves HS) 



DT 



6-3 



285 



Jr. 



2V 



Jurtonsville, Md. (St. Johns College HS) 



Dennis Marsh 


NT 


6-4 


290 


Fr. 


RS 


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


Omarr Savage 


DE 


6-5 


262 


So. 


IV 


Piscataway, N.J. (Piscataway HS) 


RobArmstronq 


NT 


64 


307 


Jr. 


2V 


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



(d) indicates duplic ate number. 



Key: ' indicates va rsity lettere e arned; RS indicat es redshirted in 2003 ; S Q indicates on squad in 2003 but did not letter; HS indica tes high sch ool; TR indicates transfer. 



Pronunciation Guide 

Players Pronunciation 


Pasctial Abiamiri 


PASS-kulla-BE-uh-meery 


Melvin Alaeze 


uh-leez 


TimCesa 


CHASE-uh 


Obi Egekeze 
Stephon Heyer 


oh-bee eqg-uh-KAY-zuh 
stelT-ahn hiqh-en- 


Sam Hollenbach 


hail-un-bock 


DQwell Jackson 


UUv ' nWcll 


Genick McPhearson/Gamck Cllf 


pronounced with hard q 


Adam Podlesh 


ood-lesh 


Joel Statham 


state-umm 


Jaimie Thomas 


jay-mee 



Coaches 


Pronunciation 


Tom Brattan 


rhymes with latin 


Ralph Friedqen 


FREE-iun 


Ray Rychleski 


rich-LESS-key 


Dave Sollazzo 


so-LAH-zo 


Charlie Taaffe 


ryhmes with half 



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CI 



TERPS BY STATE 




Maryland (47) 

81 Paschal Abiamiri WR 


Jr. 


Randallstown, Md. (Mount SI. Joseph HS) 


Melvin Alaeze DE 


Fr. 


Baltimore, Md (Randallstown HS) 


19(d) ChimaAmadi FS 


So. 


Riverdale, Md (Laurel HS) 


2 Kevin Barnes CB 


Fr. 


Glen Burnie. Md (Old Mill HS) 


95 Conrad Bolslon DT 


Jr. 


Burtonsville, Md (St John's College HS) 


73 Scott Burlev OT 


So. 


Baltimore, Md (Woodlawn HS) 


41 ID, Callahan TB 


Jr. 


Bel Air, Md (John Carrol! HS) 



55 Trey Covington DE Fr. B owie. Md (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 

42(d) Brian Dickerson LB Fr Belhesda. Md (Walt Whitman HSL 



Ricardo Dickerson 



FB Sr. 



22 Dan Ennis 



PK Jr. 



Jyattsville, Md (Northwestern HSL 
_Sykesvi|e, Md, (Glenel^ HS) 



30 



J.J. Justice 



FS So. Lisbon, Conn. (Norwich Free Academy) 



Delaware (1 ) 

11 Drew yVealherly 



WR Jr. 



Georgetov^n, Del. (Sussex Central HS) 





Jared Gaithar 


OT 


Fr. 


White Plains. Md (Roosevelt HS/Hargrave Mil.) 




DwiqhtGaltIV 


DE 


Fr. 


Silver Spring, Md (Good Counsel HS) 




Tommy Gait 


DE 


Fr. 


Silver Spnng, Md (Good Counsel HS) 


89 


Matt Goldberg 


WR 


Fr. 


Baltimore, Md (Mount St, Joe's HS) 


15 


Jason Goode 


HB 


So. 


Baltimore, Md (Woodlawn HS) 




Morgan Green 


TB 


Fr. 


White Plains, Md (Lackey HS) 


27 


Milton Harris 


SS 


Sr. 


Lanham, Md (Duval HS/Delaware State) 


80 


Joey Haynos 


TE 


So. 


Rockville, Md (Gonzaga College HS) 


1 


Erin Henderson 


LB 


Fr. 


Aberdeen, Md (Aberdeen HS) 




Darrius Heyward-Bey 


WR 


Fr. 


Silver Spnng, Md (McDonogh School) 


23 


Emen Ifon 


WR 


Fr. 


Laurel, Md (Laurel HS) 




Travis Ivey 


DT 


Fr. 


Riverdale, Md (Riverdale Baptist HS) 


35(d) 


Wesley Jefferson 


LB 


So. 


Clinton, Md (Gwynn Park HS) 


31(d) 


Albert Jones 


TB 


Jr. 


Brandvwine, Md (Gwynn Park HS) 


21 


Keon Lattimore 


TB 


So. 


Owinqs Mills, Md (Mt, St, Joseph HS/Harqrave M,A.) 


51 


Eric Lenz 


LB 


Fr 


Fredenck. Md (Urbana HS) 




Jamari McCollouqh 


CB 


Fr 


Baltimore, Md (Randallstown HS) 


53 


Brendan McDermond 


LS 


So. 


Columbia, Md (River Hill HS) 


38 


Gerrick McPhearson 


CB 


Sr. 


Columbia, Md (Howard HS) 


8 


Mario Merrills 


TB 


Sr. 


Columbia, Md (Wilde Lake HS) 


40(d) 


Jeremy Navan'e 


FB 


Fr. 


Joppatowne, Md (Joppatowne HS) 


61 


Lee Oliver 


OG 


Fr. 


Germantown, Md (Northwestern HS) 


37 


Robert Petty 


LB 


Jr. 


Hyattsville, Md (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 


82 


Greq Powell 


WR 


Jr. 


Annapolis, Md (Annapolis HS) 


75 


Dane Randolph 


OT 


Fr. 


Columbia, Md (Wiide Lake HS) 


24(d) 


Chris Roberts 


PK 


Fr. 


Fallston, Md, (John Carroll HS/Kings College) 


17 


Landry Saha 


FS 


So. 


Rockville, Md (Richard Montgomery HS) 


86 


Brad Schell 


TE 


Jr. 


Spencerville, Md (Paint Branch HS) 


4(d) 


Bobby Sheahin 


QB 


Fr. 


Brookville. Md (Sherwood HS/WVU) 


49 


Jeris Smith 


LB 


Jr. 


Eldersburg, Md (Liberty HS) 


3 


Christian Varner 


FS 


So. 


Baltimore, Md (Randallstown HS) 


13(d) 


Chris Williams 


DB 


Sr. 


Olney Md (Magruder HS) 


4(d) 


Josh Wilson 


CB 


Jr. 


Upper Mariboro, Md (DeMaIha HS) 




Anthony Wiseman 


CB 


Fr. 


Silver Hill, Md (DeMathaHS) 


84(d) 


Durrell Wooten 


WR 


So. 


Landover, Md, (C,H, Flowers HS) 


California (1) 

Chris Turner 


QB 


Fr. 


West Hills, Calif, (Chaminade HS) 


Connecticut (2) 

67 Jack Griffin DT 


So. 


Enfield, Conn, (Enfield HS) 



Georgia (5) 

32 Tim Cesa 


FB 


So. 


Kennesaw, Ga. (Harrison HS) 


39 Obi Egekeze 


PK 


Fr. 


Augusta, Ga (Westside HS) 


Barrod Heqgs 


DE 


Fr. 


Garden City, Ga (Groves HS) 


70 Stephen Heyer 


OT 


Sr. 


Lawrenceville, Ga, (Brookwood HS) 


16 Joel Statham 


QB 


Jr. 


Chatsworth, Ga, (Murray County HS) 


Massachusetts (1) 

Jared Harrell DE Fr. 


Milton, Mass, (Tabor Academy) 


New Jersey (7) 

44 Lance Ball TB 


So. 


Teaneck. N,J, (Teaneck HS) 


Jeff Clement 


DE 


Fr. 


Westville, N,J, (Deptford HS) 


Phil Costa 


C 


Fr. 


Moorestown.N J, (Holy Cross HS) 


68 Carlos Felidano 


NT 


So. 


Elizabeth, N,J (Elizabeth HS) 


Danny Oguendo 


WR 


Fr. 


Hackensack, N J (Hackensack HS) 


98 Omarr Savage 


DE 


So. 


Piscataway, N J (Piscataway HS) 


Isaiah Williams 


WR 


Fr. 


Montclair, N,J, (Berqen Catholic HS) 


New York (3) 

13(d) Dan Gronkowski 


TE 


Fr. 


Amherst, N.Y. (Williamsville North HS) 


54 David Holloway 


LB 


Jr. 


Stephentown, N.Y. (Albany Academy) 


36(d) AdamPodlesh 


P 


Jr. 


Pittsford, N.Y. (Pittsford Sutherland HS) 


North Carolina (6) 

77 Russell Bonham OG Sr 


Winston-Salem, N.C. (Can/erHS) 


42(d) Chase Bullock 


LB 


Fr. 


Durham. N.C. (Northern HS) 


43 Matt Deese 


FB 


Fr 


Greensboro. N C (NE Guilford HS) 


48 William Kershaw 


LB 


Sr. 


Raeford, N C (Hoke County HS) 


97 Dennis Marsh 


NT 


Fr. 


Browns Summit, N C (Northeast Guilford HS) 


92 Dre Moore 


NT 


So. 


Chariotte, N C (Independence HS) 


Ohio (2) 

63 Andrew Crummey 


C 


So. 


Van Wert, Ohio (Van Wert HS) 


Zach Marshall 


OT 


Fr. 


Mason, Ohio (William Mason HS) 


Pennsylvania 

14 Sam Hollenbach 


(8) 

QB Jr. 


Sellersville, Pa, (Pennridqe HS) 


85 Danny Melendez 


WR 


Sr. 


Lancaster, Pa (J P McCaskey HS) 


84 Derek Miller 


TE 


Sr. 


Cariisle, Pa (Boiling Spnnqs HS) 


58 Brandon Nixon 


OT 


So. 


Pottstown, Pa (Pottstown HS) 


59 Dave Quaintance 


OG 


Jr. 


Philadelphia, Pa (Archbishop Ryan HS) 


31 Andrew Schmitt 


SS 


Fr. 


Derrv,Pa.(DerryAreaHS) 


19(d) Jordan Steffy 


OB 


So. 


Leola, Pa. (Conesloga Valley HS) 


76 Jaimie Thomas 


OG 


Fr. 


Harrisburg, Pa. (Bistiop McDevitt HS) 



South Carolina (2) 

40 (d) Jasper Brooks LB Jr. 



91 Mack Frost 



DE Fr. 



Florida (10) 

33 Josh Allen 


TB 


Sr. 


Tampa. Fla (Eleanor Roosevelt HS (MtJ.)) 




Nolan Carroll 


WR 


Fr. 


Green Cove Spnngs, Fla (Clay HS) 


66 


GarrickClig 


OG 


So. 


Port Orange, Fla (Spruce Creek HS) 




Chris Clinton 


LB 


Fr. 


Lakeland, Fla (Evanqel Chnstian HS) 


7 


J.P. Humber 
D'Qwell Jackson 


TB 
LB 


Jr. 
Sr. 


Lakeland, Fla (Georqe Jenkins HS) 


52 


Larqo, Fla (Seminole HS) 


50 


Jenraine Lemons 


DE 


So. 


Tampa, Fla (Thomas Jefferson HS) 




Marvin Peoples 


LB 


Fr. 


Apopka, Fla (Apopka HS) 




Terrell Skinner 


WR/CB 


Fr. 


SI Petersburq. Fla (Boca Ciega HS) 


69 


Dannie Woods 


OG 


So. 


Dade City, Fla, (Thomas Jefferson HS) 



Texas (1) 

9 Jo Jo Walker 


WR 


Sr. 


Carrollton, Texas (Creekview HS) 


Virginia (7) 

Jeff Allen 


TB/S 


Fr 


Woodbridqe. Va. (DeMatha HS) 


99 RobAmistronq 


NT 


Jr. 


Ariinqton, Va (Washinqton-Lee HS/Fori( Union Militatv) 


26 Cednc Bryant 


WR 


Fr. 


Lorton, Va (Thomas Edison HS) 


83 Derrick Fenner 


WR 


Sr. 


Hampton, Va (Hampton HS) 


20 Isaiah Gardner 


SS 


So. 


Vinjinia Beach. Va (Salem HS/NoIre Dame) 


29 Jamal Gardner 


WR 


Sr 


Stanton. Va (Robert E LeeHS) 


24(d) Richard Taylor 


CB 


Fr 


Centreville, Va, (Centreville HS) 


Washington 

18(d) Vernon Davis 


D.C. (3) 

TE Jr Washington, DC, (Dunbar HS) 


60 Edwin Williams 


C 


Fr. 


Washington, DC (DeMatha HS) 


12(d) Marcus Wimbush 


SS 


Jr. 


Washington, DC, (Dunbar HS) 



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PERSONNEL BREAKDOWN 



Lettermen Returning (40) Lettermen Lost (20) 



Offense (22) 

Tailback Josh Allen, Keon Latlimore. Mario Uerrills 



Fullback 
Wide Receiver 


Paschal Abiamm, Demck Fenner, Jo Jo 
Walker, Drew Wealherly 


Tight End 


Vernon Davis, Jason Goode. Joey 
Haynos, Derek Miller, Brad Schell 


Line 


Russell Bonham, Scott Burley Andrew 
Crvimmey, Stephon Heyer, Ryan 
McDonald, Brandon Nixon, Donnie Woods 


Defense (17) 

Line Rob Armstrong, Conrad Bolston. Carlos 
Feliciano. Jack Gnffin, Dre Moore, Omarr 
Savage 


Linebacker 


Tim Cesa, Ricardo Dickerson, David 
Holloway, DQwell Jackson, Wesley 
Jefferson, William Kershaw 


Secondary 


Milton Hams, J.J, Justice, Gemck 
McPhearson, Christian Vamer, Josh 
Wilson 


Specialists (1) 

Punter Adam Podlesh 


Kicker 



Offense (11) 

Quarterback 


Tailback 


Sammy Maldonado 


Fullback 


Maurice Smith 


Wide Receiver 
TiqhtEnd 


Rich Parson, Steve Suter, Curtis Williams 
Rob Abiamiri 


Line 


CJ Brooks, Ryan Flynn, Lou Lombardo. 
Matt Powell, Kyle Schmitt 


Defense (8) 

Line Jon Condo, Kevin Hi, Shawne Merriman, 
Henry Scott 


Linebacker 


Secondary 


Ray Custis, Domonique Foxworth, Chris 
Kelley, Reuben Haigler 


Specialists (1 ) 

KicKer 


Punter 


Nick Novak 




Head coach Ralph Friedgen leads the team through 
"Terp Alley" prior to every Marylar^d home game. 



Starters Returning (13) 
Offense (7) 

TB Josh Allen 9/17 


MB Vernon Davis 


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TE Derek Miller 


11/12 


WR Derek Fenner 


10/11 


OT Stephen Heyer 


11/25 


00 R Bonham/A. Cfummev 


5 each (aim '04, 


Defense (5) 

DT Conrad Bolslon 


919 


LB D Qwell Jackson 


11/24 


LB William Kershaw 


10/32 


LB David Holloway 
CB Gemck McPhearson 


11/11 

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Specialists (1 ) 

P Adam Podlesh 


24/24 


Starters Lost (13) 
Offense (4) 

WR Steve Suter 9/20 


OT CJ, Brooks 


'■ -' 


OG Lou Lombardo 


C Kyle Schmitt 


11, .^e 


Defense (6) 

DE Kevin Eli 


7'16 


DT Henry Scott 


10' 10 


DE Shawne Memman 


11/17 


CB Domonique Foxworth 


11/40 


S Chris Kelley 


11/11 


S Ray Custis 


11/11 


Specialists (1) 

PK Nick Novak 


49/49 


Note: 2004 starts/career starts in third column. 


Lettermen at a 
Offense 

Returning; 22 Lost 11 


Glance 


Defense 

Re:-.Ti,r,3. :: Lost: 8 


Specialists 

Retuminq: 1 Lost 1 


Starters at a Glance 
Offense 

Retuminq:? Lost 4 


Defense 

Retuminq: 5 Lost 6 


Specialists 

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Citv, Zip 




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Founded 




1807 


Enrollment 




35,392 


Nickname 




Terrapins, Terps 


Scliool Colors 


Red (PIVIS 186), White, Black, Gold (PMS 112) 


Stadium 




Bvrd Stadium 


Capacity 




51,500 


Surface 




Natural grass 


Affiliation 




NCAA Division l-A 


Conference/Division 




Atlantic Coast/Atlantic 


President/Chancellor 




Dr. CD. Mote, Jr 


Alma Mater, Year 




California '59 


Atliletics Director 




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Alma IVIater, Year 




Eton 74 


History 

First year of football 




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All-time bowl/playoff record 




8-10-2 


Years in postseason play 


21(1947,49,51 


53-55,73-78,80,82-85,90,01-03) 


Last postseason appearance 




2003 season 


Result defeated West Virginia, 


41-7, in the 2004 Toyota Gator Bowl 


All-time record 




572-499-43 (.533/1,114 games) 


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Office Plione 




(301)314-7065 


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E-Mail 




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Assoc. A.D./Media Relations 




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E-IUIail 




ddull0)umd.edu 


Press Box Phone 




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Overnight Address 


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Web Site 




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Coaching Staff 

Head Coach 


Ralph Friedgen 


Alma Mater, Year Graduated 


University of Maryland '70 


Record at school (years) 


36-14 (4 seasons) 


Career record (years) 


Same 


Football office phone 


301-314-7095 


Best time/way to reach coach 


Through Media Relations Office 


Weekly Press Conference 


Tuesday, 1 p.m. 
(available online at wvw.wmucsports.com) 


ASSISTANT COACHES 


Charlie Taaffe (Siena College 75) 


Offensive Coordinator/ 5th season at Maryland 
Quarterbacks 


Gary Blackney (Connecticut '67) 


Defensive Coordinator/ 5th season at Maryland 
Secondary 


Tim Banks (Central Michigan '94) 


Inside Linebackers 3rd season at Maryland 



Bryan Bossard (Delawar e '89) 
Tom Brattan (Delaware '72) 



John D onovan (Johns H opkins '97) 



J/Vide Receivers_ 
Offensive Line_ 
Run ning Ba cks 



1st se ason at Maryland 



5th seas on at Maryland 



5th sea son at Maryland 



Ray Rychleski (Millersville '79) 


Special Teams Coord./ 
Tight Ends 


5th season at Maryland 


Al Seamonson (Wisconsin '82) 


Outside Linebackers/ 
Special Teams Asst. 


5th season at Maryland 


Dave Sollazzo (The Citadel '77) 


Defensive Line/ 
Recruiting Coordinator 


5th season at Maryland 


Athletic Trainer 


Darryl Conway (Delaware '93) 


Strength & Conditioning Coach 




Dwight Gait (Maryland '81) 


Team Information 

2004 overall record 


5-6 


2004 conference record/finish 




3-5 (TSth) 


2004 final rankings 




NR 


Basic offense 




Multiple 


Basic defense 




4-3 


Letterwinners returninq 


Offense: 22 


Defense: 17 




Specialty: 1 


Total: 40 


Letterwinners lost 


Offense: 11 


Defense: 8 




Specialty: 1 


Total: 20 


Starters returning 


Offense: 7 


Defense: 5 




Specialty: 1 


Total: 13 





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Wide Receiver 
6-2*194*Jr.-1V 
Randaiistown, Md. 
(Mt. Saint Josepii HS) 

On Abiamiri: Fourth-year junior who will be competing 
for significant playing time in 2005 ... tool< steps toward 
seeing the field more last year after spending 2003 on the 
scout team ... a good route runner who has made plays in 
the spring and in team drills but yet to break through on 
game day ... a first-time Iron Terp who posted a 300-pound 
bench, 40-inch vertical jump, 495-pound squat and ran a 
4.54 in the 40-yard dash in spring testing, 

2004 (Sophomore): Saw action in seven games ... did not 

record any receptions. 

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 Mt. 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 ... best 
year, statistically was his junior season when he had 42 
receptions for 782 yards and seven TDs ... a first-team All- 
MIAA (Maryland Interscholastic Athletics Association) pick 
as a senior ... also a second-team all-city and all-county 
selection ... an All-Atlantic region selection by PrepStar .. 
team went 15-6 in his two years on varsity ... also ran track 
and played basketball as a junior ... competed indoors and 
outdoors in the 200 and 400 meters, the long jump, triple 
jump and high jump ... verbally committed to Maryland 
prior to the 2001 season ... high school coach was Mike 
Working. 

Personal: Paschal Abiamiri was born April 23, 1984 ... 
is the son of Rita and Peter Abiamiri and the brother of 
recently-graduated Terp tight end, Rob ... brother, Victor, is 
a defensive end at Notre Dame ... majonng in criminology 
and criminal justice ... name is pronounced "PASS-kull." 



Abiamiri's Career Statistics 

Receiving G-GS Rec Yds Avg ID 
2003 1-0 0,0 



JOSH 

ALLEN 




33 



Tailbaclf 

5-1 1 • 207 • Sr.-3V 

Tampa, Fia. 

(Eleanor Roosevelt HS IMD]) 

On Allen: Fourth-year back who will redshirt his true 
senior season to rehabilitate an injury suffered at the end 
of 2004 ... dislocated his left knee in the second quarter 
of the 04 season finale against Wake Forest, tearing the 
anterior cruciate and lateral collateral ligament ... has been 
a significant contributor each of his three years at Maryland 
... a good north-south runner with breakaway speed ... has 
posted 21 rushing touchdowns in three years, a total that 
ties him for sixth on the school's all-time list ... averages 
4.8 yards per carry for his career ... a 2004 Iron Terp who 
posted a 355-pound bench, 565-pound squat and 4.49 time 
in the 40-yard dash ... did not test in 2005 due to injury. 

2004 (Junior): Played in all 11 games, starting nine ... 
finished the season second on the team with 533 rushing 
yards and a team-high tying five TDs ... also caught eight 
passes for 96 yards and a touchdown ... (vs. WFUj ... 
rushed 18 times for 74 yards and a touchdown ... went off 
left tackle and bounced outside for a 13-yard touchdown 
run in the first quarter ... left the game in the second quarter 
with an injured knee ... (vs. FSU) ... had a season-high 121 
total yards, including a career-best 98 receiving yards, and 
a touchdown ... took a swing pass, sidestepped a defender, 
then beat three Seminoles to the end zone for a 72-yard, 
second-half TD - the biggest play of the season for the 
Terps ... the play was the team's longest from scrimmage 
of the season and Pontiac's nominee for National Play of 
the Week ... (at Duke) ... had 15 carries for 87 yards 
(5.8 avg.) and a TD ... touchdown came on a five-yard 
rush off right tackle at the beginning of the fourth 
quarter ... (vs. NIU) ... carried the ball 22 times for 
102 yards and one TD ... carried the ball on all 
four plays of the Terps' first scoring drive of the 
second half, finishing the dnve with 24 yards 
and capping it with a one-yard touchdown run. 




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 144 rushing yards on 23 attempts ... 
longest run of the game was 32 yards but his 28- 
yard scamper up the sideline (on 1"-and-21 from the 
11) 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 Offensive 



Back of the Week ... had an incredible performance, 
rushing for 257 yards on 38 carries with two touchdowns 
... 257-yard day was the 11th-best in ACC history and the 
third-best single-game rushing performance in Maryland 
history behind only LaMont Jordan's 306 yards against 
Virginia in 1999 and Bruce Perry's 276 yards vs. Wake 
Forest in 2001 ... it was also the second-best rushing day 
in the ACC (eighth-best nationally) 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 
UNC) ... had a career-long reception for 43 yards and his 
first career-receiving touchdown on a screen pass from 
Scott McBrien in the second quarter ... ran for a touchdown 
in the second quarter on a 5-yard play as he banged his 
way up the middle to the end zone ... {at EMU) ... finished 
with 71 yards on 18 rushing attempts and three receptions 
for 31 yards ... scored two rushing touchdowns ... second 
touchdown run of the game featured a stiff-arm of the 
linebacker on the way to an 8-yard score ... (vs WVU) ... 
gained 54 yards on 16 rushing attempts ... showed good 
awareness by catching a pass which deflected off Jo Jo 
Walker for a gain of 18 yards in the first quarter., scored 
a touchdown in the second quarter ... (vs. The Citadel) ... 
finished with 136 yards on 11 rushing attempts ... spnnted 
off left tackle for a 72-yard touchdown on the first offensive 
play of the game ... also had a 28-yard reception that came 
in the second quarter after he broke two tackles ... (at NIU) 
... had 67 yards on 20 rushing attempts . . . scored the Terps' 
first offensive touchdown of the season on a one-yard run 
in the first quarter. 

2002 (Freshman): Saw action in eight games ... finished 
the season second on the team in rushing yards (405) 
and TDs (eight) despite missing five games ... averaged 
a robust 6.8 yards per carry ... tackled for a loss only twice 
on 60 carries ... (at UNC) ... had six carries for 91 yards 







(15 6 avg.) with two touctidowns ,. scored ttie Terps final 
two TDs of the game with a 2-yard run in the third quarter 
and a 60-yard jaunt In the fourth quarter ... (a( Duke) ... had 
(wo carnes for 16 yards, including an 11 -yard TO run in the 
second quarter . . left the game with a sprained left wnst ... 
(at WU) had a team and career-high 116 yards on 16 
carnes, while also adding two TDs ... named ACC Rookie of 
the Week for his play ... broke through two tackles to score 
the second Maryland touchdown of the day a 70-yard run 
in the first quarter ... became the first Terp freshman to run 
for over 100 yards since 1998 ... had first career catch for 
five yards ... (vs. Woflord) ... posted 63 yards rushing on 14 
carnes ... scored two rushing touchdowns (1 and 10 yards) 
had 38 yards rushing and a touchdown In the fourth 
quarter alone ... {vs. EMU) ... saw the first action of his 
collegiate career and led the Terps in rushing with 86 yards 
on 1 carnes ... scored his first career TD on an 8-yard run 
in the fourth quarter. 

High School: A three-year letten^lnner and 2002 graduate 
of Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, Md. ... 
highly rated running back who was named a SuperPrepMl- 
Amencan following his senior season ... rated 34th among 
the nations mnning backs by SuperPrep ... totaled 2,999 
njshing yards his junior and senior seasons ... a consensus 
all-state selection who was named second team M\-Me\ 
by The Washington Post in 2001 ... named first team all- 
Jeague and first team all-county ... rushed for 1,771 yards 
and 21 touchdowns on just 129 carnes (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 
njnner-up finish and a final Associated Press state ranking 
of No. 7 ... as a junior in 2000, he rushed for 1,228 yards 
and 14 touchdowns ... had three TD catches among his 
six receptions ... named second team all-state and second 
team all-county ... an outstanding track athlete who was 
the 2001 state Class 4A champion in the 1 00 meters (10.8) 
and the Pnnce Georges County champion in the triple 
jump and long jump as a junior ... ran on the winning 4x200 
relay team at the Nike New Balance Games m January 
of 2002, posting a time of 1:28.62 (the lOth-fastest high 
school indoor mark ever, according to Track & Field News) 

also recmited by Georgia Tech, Pittsburgh and Georgia 

high school coach was Rick Houchens. 

Personal: Joshua Allen was bom June 11, 1983 ... son 
!of Leonard Allen ,., majoring in kinesiology ... relocated to 
,Bladensburg, Md., from Tampa, Fla., after his sophomore 
lyear of high school when his father was transfen-ed for job- 
irelated reasons, 

1 Allen's Career Statistics 

Rushi ng G-GS AH. Gain Lost Net Avg, TD LP 




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W) 


60 


407 


2 405 


6.8 8 


70 


12003 


13^ 


186 


957 


35 922 


5.0 8 


80 


2004 


11-9 


144 


577 


44 533 


3.7 5 


28 


Career 


32-17 


390 


1,941 


81 1,860 


4,8 21 


80 


Receiving 


&GS 




^ec 


Yds Avq 


TD 


LP 


2002 


8-0 




3 


8 27 





5 


';'-3 


13-8 




14 


220« 15.7 


1 


43 


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11-9 




8 


96 12,0 


1 


72 


Career 


32-17 




25 


324 13.0 


2 


72 



CHIMA 

AMADI 




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Free Safety 
5-1 1 • 203 • So.-Sa 
Riverdale, Md. 
(Laurel HS) 

On Amadi: Third-year safety who walked on in 2003 
.. has been a solid contributor on the defensive 
scout team the last few years ,., an Iron Terp 
with the highest strength index (731) among 
defensive backs this year ... benched 355 and 
squatted 585 in spring. 

2004 (Redshirt Freshman): Did not see 
game action. 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 2003 graduate and four-year 

lettenA/inner at Laurel High School in Laurel, Md. 
. , . named team captain his senior year . , . earned 
second place on the team in the Strongest Spartan ■% 
competition ... played linebacker, running back, tight ^ 
end and defensive end ... served as senior class vice 
president and junior class treasurer at Laurel ... high school 
coach was Mike Rodden. 

Personal: Chimenem Amadi was born February 3, 
1985 ... son of Leticia and Clement Amadi ... nickname 
is pronounced "chimm-uh" ... enrolled in the College of 
Letters and Sciences. 

ROB 

ARMSTRONG 



with back problems in the off-season but performed well 
in spring, setting up a strong competition with Ore Moore 
In the fall .,, recorded a 420-pound bench and 495-pound 
squat in spring testing of '04 ,,, did not lest in 2005 due 
to Injury, 

2004 (Sophomore): Saw action in all 11 games, starting 
two ... finished the year with 16 tackles (six solo) and 2.5 
tackles for loss ... also posted three quarterback hurries ... 
{at Duke) ... made his first career start and recorded two 
tackles ... combined with D'Qwell Jackson to stop RB Justin 
Boyle for a short 





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Nose Tackle 
6-4 • 307 • Jr.-2V 
Arlington, Va. 
(Washington Lee HS/ 
Fork Union Military) 

On Armstrong: A strong inside force who has seen 
significant action in his first two years, playing in 23 games 
.„ will contend for the starting job at nose tackle ... dealt 



gam on 
Dukes 

second play from scrimmage ,„ {at WVUj ... had a career- 
high four tackles (three solo) and had his first career TFL ... 
combined with Conrad Bolston to stop Kay-Jay Hams for a 
one-yard loss late in the third quarter. 

2003 (Freshman): Played in 12 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 quartert)ack 
hunies ... {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 njn for no gain in the first 
quarter ... {at GT) ... finished with three tackles (one solo) 
... {vs. Duke) ... had three tackles (two solo) ... {vs. The 
Citadel) ... recorded the first tackle of his collegiate career 
... {at FSU) ... saw his first action as a Terp. 

Prep: A 2003 graduate of Fori< Union Military Academy in 
Fork Union, Va. ... a 10-game starter ... was trie team's 
second-leading tackier fi-om his defensive tackle spot as 
he notched 55 stops ... also posted seven sacks, one 
interception and two fumble recoveries ... also recruited by 
Virginia Tech, Michigan State, Virginia and Ohio State ,.. 
prep coach was John Shuman 



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High School: A 2002 graduate of Washington Lee High 
School in Arlington, Va. ... originally signed with Virginia out 
of high school ... saw action as an offensive and defensive 
tackle ... led team in tacl<les 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 heavyweight division as a junior and senior ... initially 
signed with Virginia out of high school . , . high school coach 
was Chad Lewis. 

Personal: Robert Armstrong was bom July 6, 1983, in 
Woodbndge, Va. . . . is the son of Willie and Kathy Armstrong 
... a family studies major ... is one of five siblings (has three 
brothers and one sister) . . . lists Warren Sapp as his favorite 

athlete. 

Armstrong's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT H/Avg TFL Sacks Int. 



(6.1 avg.) with 18 touchdowns as a senior ... also had 10 
receptions for 180 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 
rushing for 1 ,591 yards as a junior . , . averaged 9.3 yards a 
carry and posted 20 TDs as a junior ... would have started 
as a 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 family studies. 



2003 12-0 6 6 12/1.0 


0.0-0 0.0-0 





2004 11-2 6 10 16/1.5 


2.5-3 0.0-0 





Career 23-2 12 16 28/1.2 


2.5-3 0.0-0 





LANCE 

BALL 



Bail's Career Statistics 

Rushing G-GS Att. Gain Lost Net 


Avg. 


TD 


LP 


2004 4-0 4 6 5 1 


0.2 





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KEVIN 

BARNES 






Tailbacii 

5-9 • 225 • So.-Sa 
Teanecit, N.J. 
(Teanecit HS) 

On Ball: Third-year Terp who was one of three backs who 
left spring staking a possible claim to the starting tailback 
job ... will likely be listed third as fall camp opens but 
positioned himself well for playing time at a minimum .. . has 
a very nice combination of size and shiftiness ... very good 
feet for a player his size ... has a knack for finding holes 
and has shown the ability to get through the secondary in 
practice ... an Iron Terp for the second straight year who 
recorded a 375-pound bench and 650-pound squat. 

2004 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in four games, 
including three of the last four of the season . . . rushed four 
times for one yard on the season ... named scout team 
Player of the Week for his work in practice leading up to the 
Georgia Tech game. 

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 letterwinner and two-year 
starter ... rushed for 3,403 yards on 457 career carries 
with 39 touchdowns ... ran for 1,473 yards on 240 carries 




Cornerbacif 
6-1 'ITS'Fr.-BS 
Glen Burnie, Md. 
(Old Mill HS) 

On Barnes: Second-year player who has shown good 
cover skills and enters 2005 as a backup at cornerback 
... showed good speed and cover skills last year ... needs 
to get stronger but is a player to watch ... ran a 4.45 in the 
40-yard dash in spring testing. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... named defensive 
scout team Player of the Week for his work leading up to 
the NC State and Virginia Tech games. 

High School: A three-year lettenwinner and two-year 
starter at Old Mill High School in Millersville, Md. ... saw 
action at cornerback and wide receiver ... posted 62 
tackles (32 solo), three interceptions, three PBUs and 
a fumble recovery as a senior ... also had 17 receptions 
for 435 yards and three TDs in '03 as well as one rushing 
touchdown ., had nine interceptions and 129 tackles in his 
two years as a starter ... also posted 10 receptions for 222 
yards and four TDs as a junior ... senior honors include 
Big School all-state by the Associated Press, All-Met by 
the Baltimore Sun and honorable mention All-Met by The 
Washington Post ... also a Mid-Atlantic all-region pick by 
SuperPrep ... an all-region selection by PrepStar ... named 
second team Big School all-state (AP), honorable mention 



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All-Met {Baltimore Sun) and all-county as a junior ... also 
competed in track and basketball ... won state 4A high jump 
with a leap of 6-6 in his first year competing (junior) ... an 
eariy commitment who was also recruited by Virginia and 
Duke ... high school coach was Mike Marcus. 

Personal: Kevin Barnes was born September 15, 1986 ... 
is the son of Debra and Kenneth Hilliard ... enrolled in the 
College of Letters and Sciences. 

CONRAD 

BOLSTON 




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Defensive Tackle 
6-3 • 285 • Jr.-2V 
Burtonsville, Md. 
(St. John's College HS) 

On Bolston: Third-year defensive lineman who enters 
his second year as the starter at tackle ... strong player 
who has shown the ability to get upfield ... had a great off- 
season ... a quick first step and gets a great push ... an 
Iron Terp who posted a 550-pound squat and 405-pound 
bench in 2004 ... only tested in bench (410) this year due 
to injury. 




2004 (Sophomore): Played in all 11 games, starting 10 
at defensive tackle ,„ finished the season with 27 tackles 
(nine solo) ... tied (or third on the team with 2,5 sacks ,,, 
also had five TFLs, baited down a pass and posted five QB 
hurries ..(vs. FSUj . recorded one tackle, a half-sack and 
a half-TFL .. contained QB Wyati Sexton before combining 
with David Holloway for a five-yard sack early m the third 
quarter „. (vs. NCSU) ... finished with four tackles (one solo) 
and two TFLs for four yards ,,, [al Duke) ... recorded three 
tackles (two solo) and a sack ,, sacked tvlike Schneider for 
a loss of four yards on a 3rd-and-6 in the second quarter 
... (at WVU) .. first career start ... had a career-high six 
tackles (three solo) and recorded his second career sack 

2003 (Freshman): Saw spot duty in nine games .., finished 
the season with seven tackles, two TFLs and one sack ,., 
{vs. CU] ... recorded his first career sack in the second 
quarter as he powered his way to the QB for a loss of three 
yards ... finished with two tackles (one solo) .., (vs. The 
Citadel] ... recorded the first two tackles of his collegiate 
career (one solo) ... bulled through the line in the third 
quarter to record a tackle for a loss of two yards ...{at FSU) 
... saw his first action as a Terp. 

High School: A 2003 graduate of St. John's 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-t^et (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 ... averaged 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 14.5 ppg ... as a junior, recorded 55 
tackles, 14 sacks and caused two fumbles on his way to 
earning all-city honors on both sides of the ball ... also was 
named second team All-f^et by The Washington Post . . an 
outstanding wrestler who was 48-4 with 44 pins as a junior 
... considered at least 14 scholarship offers, including Ohio 
State, Boston College, Florida, Tennessee and Penn State, 
among others ... high school coach as a senior was former 
Maryland offensive line coach Elliot Uzelac. 

Personal: Conrad Bolston was bom January 9, 1985 
... the son of Adria and Norman Bolston ... majoring in 
environmental science and policy-environmental politics. 



Bolston's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT n /Avg TFL Sacks 

2003 9-0 4 3 7/0.8 2.0-5 1.0-3 

2004 11-10 9 18 27/2. 5 5.0-20 2.5-16 
Career 20-10 13 21 34/1. 7 7.0-25 3.5-19 

RUSSELL 

BONHAM 



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Offensive Guard 
6-3, 314, Sr.-3V 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 
(Carver HS) 

On Bonhanfi: Fifth-year senior who will compete for a 
starting spot at guard ... saw most significant action of 
his career in 2004 but finished the season on the injured 
list ... a good run blocker ,., posted the largest strength 
improvement of any Terp offensive lineman in 2002 and 

2003 ... an Iron Terp this year for the second time .. 
recorded a 410-pound bench and 625-pound squat in 
spnng testing. 

2004 (Junior): Played in seven games, starting five at right 
guard . . . missed four games due to injury ... had eight "big 
blocks" and allowed just one sack on 246 plays for the 
season ... (vs. FSU) ... tied for the team-lead with two "big 
blocks" ... (vs. NIU) ... earned his first career start and was 
in on 58 plays ... had no missed assignments or penalties 
and tied for the team lead with four "big blocks'. 

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 practice 
leading up to the NC 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, pnmarily at left guard ... 
was in for 54 plays ... registered three "big blocks." 



2001 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A four-year lettenwinner and 2001 graduate 
of Carver High School in Winston-Salem, N.C. ... started all 
four years at nght tackle ... a consensus first team all-state 
selection as a junior and senior ... was the only junior in 
the state to earn first-team honors ... was also an All-North 
Piedmont Conference selection and that conference's 
offensive player of the year as a senior ... was selected 
to play in the North Carolina Shnne Bowl All-Star game 
... rated by ESPN.coni's Tom Lemming as one of the top 
25 offensive-line recruits in the country ... helped team to 
over 6,000 yards rushing in four years ... Carver ran up a 
63-3 record in that span, winning the 1998 Class 3A State 
Championship along the way ... CHS went 14-1 in 2000, 
winning 14 straight before falling in the state semifinals ... 
threw the shot put for the track team ... was also recruited 
by Virginia Tech, NC State, South Carolina and Virginia ... 
high school coach was Keith Wilkes. 

Personal: Russell Bonham was bom May 2, 1983 ... is 

the son of Jimmie and Carmen Bonham ... majoring in 
criminology 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 16 shoes ... is a very good, self-taught piano 
player who plays by ear. 

JASPER 

BROOKS 




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Linebaclter 
6-1 • 237 • Jr.-SO 
Columbia, S.C. 
(Spring Valley HS) 

On Brooks: Second-year player who hopes to see action 
on the Terps special teams this year ... will again be a 
member of the defensive scout team. 

2004 (Junior): Redshirt season. 

High School: Three-year letterwinner at Spring Valley High 
School in Columbia, S.C. ... finished prep career with 315 
tackles, 27 sacks. 60 tackles for loss, 20 forced fumbles, 
four interceptions and 15 touchdowns ... earned Defensive 
Player of the Year award his senior season ... also named 
all-area, all-region and All-Southern Conference ... selected 
as one of the top 15 players in the state of South Carolina 
by SuperPrep ... played in North Carolina-South Carolina 
Shrine Bowl ... also a three-time letterwinner in track and 
field ... best shot put was mariced at 60 feet. 4 inches ... 
high school coach was Jimmy Noonan. 



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Personal: Jasper Brooks was born November 11, 1983 ... 
parents are Dawn Williams and Jasper Brooks, Sr. ... his 
uncle, Darryl Brooks, played NFL football fcrttie Green Bay 
Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers ... major is art studio. 

CHASE 

BULLOCK 




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Linebacker 
6-3 • 237 • Fr.-RS 
Durham, N.C. 
(Northern HS) 

On Bullock: Athletic linebacker in his second year who 
will be competing for playing time this season ... will work 
at middle linebacker behind D'Qwell Jackson and Wesley 
Jefferson. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: Athree-yearletterwinner 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 150 tackles 
as a senior . . . finished his junior season with 1 6 TFLs, five 
sacks and an interception ... a Shnne Bowl participant who 
was an All-Piedmont 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 division finals ... 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 13, 1986 ... 
son of Sharon Bullock and Fitzgerald Teru ... majoring in 
criminology and criminal justice. 



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Offensive Tackle 
6-6*316*So.-1V 
Baltimore, Md. 
(Woodlawn Senior HS) 



On Burley: Second-year player who looks like a future 
bookend tackle for the Terps ... is physically prepared 
beyond his years, combining great size and strength with 
good athleticism ... working at right tackle, competing with 
Brandon Nixon ... a player to watch. 

2004 (Freshman): Saw action in four games ... one of eight 
true freshmen to play ... was in on 15 offensive plays. 

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 seasons and none as a junior ... finished 
with six sacks as a senior in spot duty at DT ... graded out 
at over 90 percent on offense as a junior ... an all-state 
selection by the Associated Press and the Maryland High 
School Football Coaches Association 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-Amencan and the third-rated player overall in the Mid- 
Atlantic region ... named to the PrepStar "Dream Team" 
as one of the best 150 players in the country ... rated as 
the 11th-best offensive tackle in the nation by SuperPrep 
... team went 34-10 in his four years, earning a spot in the 
state 4A semifinals his senior year ... set 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. 

Personal: Scott Buriey was born January 2, 1986 ... son 
of Sabrina Buriey ... active in a child-mentoring program 
as a prep called "Each One Teach One" ... enrolled in the 
College of Letters and Sciences. 

CALLAHAN 




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Tailback 

6-0 • 227 • Jr.-SQ 

Bel Air, Md. 
(John Carroll HS) 

On Callahan: Redshirt junior who walked-on and has 
performed well at tailback ... is competing at a position that 
is both wide open and full of talent, but showed a good burst 
and some power ... will likely work on the offensive scout 
team ... posted the third-highest strength index (750) on 
the team ... ran a 4.64 in the 40-yard dash while recording 
a 420-pound bench and 630-pound squat. 



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2004 (Junior): Redshirt season. 

2003 (Sophomore): Earned a varsity letter at Kings College 
in Wilkes Barre, Pa. ... rushed 85 times for 418 yards (4.9 
avg.), second most on the team ... also posted six rushing 
TDs. 

2002 (Freshman): Started college career at La Salle 
University in Philadelphia, Pa. . . . lettered at linebacker and 
tailback ... coached at La Salle by Phil Longo. 

High School: Three-time letterwinner at John Carroll High 
School in Bel Air, Md. .. . played nine games at tailback his 
senior year, rushing for 1,622 yards and 24 touchdowns 
and averaging 8.9 yards a carry ... threw for 450 yards 
and eight touchdowns and ran for 900 yards and four 
touchdowns as a QB his junior year ... was named first- 
team all-county and selected to the All-Met second team 
by the Wastiington Post . . . became a member of the Super 
22 Baltimore Touchdown Club and the Big 33 Team ... 
team captain ... helped Carroll become 2001 MIAA "B" 
Conference champions ... also lettered in baseball, track 
and field and rugby ... high school coach was Sean Ireton. 

Personal: Terence Callahan was born January 22, 1984 ... 
parents are Teresa and Terry Callahan ... a criminology and 
criminal justice major. 



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CESA 





Fullback/Long Snapper 
6-1 •243*So.-1V 
Kennesaw, Ga. 
(Harrison HS) 

On Cesa: Third-year player who served as a backup at 
middle linebacker the last two years but will get a look at 
fullback this season ... very physical and runs well ... plays 
with a non-stop motor ... a very strong blocker who showed 
good hands out of the backfield in the spring ... will also 
compete for both snapping jobs, likely having wrapped up 
punt-snapping duties in the off-season ... Iron Terp whose 
strength index (726) was fourth among backs ... posted 
a 415-pound bench, 570-pound squat and 35-inch vertical 
jump while running a 4.78, 

2004 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in five games with 
no starts .. finished the season with 14 tackles (six solo), 
one tackle for loss and one forced fumble ... (at UVa) ... 
recorded four tackles (one solo) and had one TFL for two 
yards ... came flying into the backfield on a blitz to tackle 
a Virginia tailback for a loss of two yards on a run in the 
third quarter ... TFL was the first of his career ... (vs. TUl 



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.„ replaced an injured D'Qwell Jackson (elbow) at middle 
linebacker in the second quarter ... had a career-high 
seven tackles (four solo) to tie for second-most on the team 
... stopped a keeper by QB Walter Washington for no gam 
on a 3rd-and-1 in the fourth quarter, then posted his first 
career forced fumble the next play (4th-and-l). 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... made the travel 
roster as a freshman but did not play, preserving his 
redshirt. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and three-year 
starter at Harrison High School in Kennesaw. Ga. ... 
totaled 145 tackles (82 solo), eight TFLs, six sacks and 13 
QB hurries in 2002 ... in addition, he caught 21 passes 
for 236 yards and two touchdowns as a tight end ... as a 
junior In 2001 , he was an all-region choice after totaling 49 
tackles, one sack, six TFLs. two interceptions and causing 
a pair of fumbles for a team which went 9-3 and finished 
ranked No. 8 in the state ... as a 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 senior season 
... named to PrepStar and Torri Jamming's All-Southeast 
team .. ranked as the IBth-best linebacker in the nation 
by Lemming on ESPN.com ... team posted a 12-1 record 
in 2002. losing its only game of the season In the third 



round of the slate playoffs ... Harrison finished the year 
ranked fifth in the state ... played on teams thai compiled 
an aggregate record of 33-7 ... also ran track (sprints and 
discus) where he recorded personal bests of 11.7 (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, 1984 ... son 
of Mary and Joe Cesa ... last name is pronounced "chase- 
uh" ... earned a 3.9 grade-point average in high school .. 
majoring in kinesiology. 

Cesa's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT H/Avg TFL Sacks Int. 
2004 5-0 6 8 14/2.8 1,0-2 0.0-0 



GARRICK 

CLIG 




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Offensive Guard 
6-3 • 298 • So.-SQ 
Port Orange, Fla. 
(Spruce Creek HS) 

On Clig: Guard in his third year who will be competing 
for increased playing time this season ... a physical 
player whose strong suit is run blocking ... hard worker ... 
highest strength gain and strength index (730) among Terp 
offensive linemen . . . posted a 430-pound bench and 690- 
pound squat en route to Iron Terp status. 

2004 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw playing time in two 
games ... was in for a combined 20 plays against Temple 
and Duke. 

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

High School: A four-year lettenwinner at Spruce Creek 
High School in Port Orange, Fla. . . , spent time at offensive 
guard, offensive tackle and defensive tackle in his four 
years ... was the Silver Hawks' primary trap blocker ... 
started his senior season 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 ... 
rated as the fourth-best offensive line prospect in Central 
Florida by Orlando Sentinel analyst Bill Buchalter ... rated 
as the 53rd-best offensive guard in the nation by Rivals. 
com ... member of Spaice Creek's renowned weightlifting 



team (school has won 10 state lilies) ... was also recruited 
by Flonda, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and UCF ... coached by 
Jared Zito his senior year. 

Personal: Garrick Clig was bom November 26, 1984 
son of Tom and Jayne Clig . . . carried over a 3.0 cumulative 
grade-point average as a prep ... majoring in criminology 
and criminal justice. 

TREY 

COVINGTON 




Defensive End 
6-3 • 241 • Fr.-RS 
Bowie, Md. 
(Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 

On Covington: Hard-wori<ing second-year player who 
will get a good look in 2005 ... competing at the 'drop' 
defensive end spot ... has worked to improve his size 
and strength ... an excellent pass rusher ... has great feet 
and uses his hands well ... will share playing time with 
Jermaine Lemons regardless of who earns starting nod ... 
ran a 4.7 in the 40-yard dash in spring testing and posted a 
37 1/2-inch vertical jump. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... defensive scout 
team player of the year ... named defensive scout team 
Player of the Week for his wori< in practice leading up to the 
Northern Illinois and Florida State games. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at 
Eleanor Roosevelt High School in GreenbelL Md. ... 
finished his senior season with 112 tackles, 19 sacks, three 
forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, one blocked punt 
and two batted-down passes ...recorded 92 tackles, 13 
sacks. 17 TFLs and two interceptions 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 150 players in the country ... a 
SuperPrep Ail-American who was rated as the fifth-best 
player overall in the Mid-Atlantic region ... named to George 
Michael's "Golden 11" team ... team posted a 12-1 record 
in 2003, losing its only game of the season in the 4A state 
semifinals ... ERHS went to the state finals his sophomore 
year ... 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 Covington III was bom November 23. 
1 986 ... son of George and Deborah Covington . . . majoring 
in kinesiology ... carried better than a 3.0 grade-point 
average in high school ... worlced an internship his senior 
year with the Department of Agnculture. 







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CRUMMEY 




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Center/Guard 
6-5*294*So.-1V 
Van Wert, Ohio 
(Van Wert HS) 

On Crummey: Sophomore who saw significant action last 
season at guard . . . could play guard again but will also get 
a lool< at the center spot vacated by Kyle Schmitt ... an 
intelligent, athletic lineman ... has very good feet ... has 
added 22 pounds to his frame since 2003 ... an Iron Terp 
with a 350-pound clean, 370-pound bench and 585-pound 
squat. 

2004 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in 10 games, starting 
five at right guard ... missed one game due to injury ... 
a second team Freshman All-American by The Sporting 
News ... had seven "big blocks," allowing one sack and 
getting called for one penalty on 366 plays for the season 
... {vs. WFU) ... had three "big blocks" on 25 plays ... had 
a key block, sealing the outside on Josh Allen's 13-yard 
touchdown run in the first quarter ... (vs. TU) ... made his 
first career start and saw time on 62 plays to tie for the 
team lead ... was not called for any penalties ... (vs. NIU) 
... saw time at guard on six plays in his first game action 
as a Terp. 

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 nation by Rivals, 
com ... team went from narrowly qualifying for the playoffs 
to the state championship game his sophomore year ... 
also wrestled and competed in track (shot put and discus) 
... was also recruited by Purdue, Boston College, Wake 
Forest and Michigan State ... high school coach was Jeff 
Hood. 



Personal: Andrew Crummey was bom October 22, 1 984 . . . 
is the son of Janet and George Crummey ... is interested 
in political science and chose Maryland partially because 
of its close proximity to the nation's capital ... brother, Pat, 
was on the New York Giants' practice squad and was a 
former All-American at Youngstown State ... majoring in 
government and politics. 

VERNON 

DAVIS 




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Tight End 
6-3 • 253 • Jr.-2V 
Washington, D.C. 
(Dunbar HS) 




On Davis: A physically-gifted junior who will look to secure 
his spot as one of the nation's premier tight ends in 2005 
... had a breakout year in '04 but coaches expect an even 
bigger impact as his knowledge of the offense continues to 
improve ... was more of an H-back last year, lining up at 
tight end, fullback and wide receiver ... could return kicks 
this year ... has become a complete tight end as he is now 
an outstanding blocker ... size and speed create matchup 
problems ... an Iron Terp with the second-highest strength 
index on the team ... owns school strength records for a 
tight end in bench (460), power clean (355), vertical jump 
(40 inches), index (797), squat (685) and 40-yard dash time 
(4.41) ... all were recorded in spring of 2005, 

2004 (Sophomore): Saw action in all 11 games as an H- 
back, starting six ... led the Terps with 441 receiving yards 
(on 27 receptions) with a team-high three touchdown 
catches ... finished eighth in the ACC with 40.1 receiving 
yards per game ... (at UVaj ... set a career high with 104 
receiving yards on five receptions ... took a pass up the hght 
sideline for a 46-yard reception late in the third quarter ... 
split a pair of defenders across the middle after catching a 
pass from Jordan Steffy in the fourth quarter, picking up 43 
yards on the play ... (vs. FSU) ... had a 
career-high six receptions for 99 yards 
„. took a short Statham pass and ran 
after the catch for a 33-yard reception, 
hurdling two Florida State defenders 
and falling two yards short of the end 
zone in the second quarter, setting up 
Maryland's first touchdown ... (atDul<e} 
... had four catches for 101 yards and 
three touchdowns ... three touchdowns 
tied a school single-game record ... 
was named John Mackey Award Tight 
End of the Week and received ACC 
Player of the Week honors ... caught a 
Joel Statham pass 20 yards downfield, 
stayed in bounds and took it to the end 
zone for a 29-yard touchdown ... broke 
three tackles and gained 30 yards after 
the catch on a five-yard out for a 35- 
yard touchdown early in the second 
half ... (vs. NIU)... made his first career 
start and finished with five receptions 
for 72 yards ... 39-yard reception in the 
second quarter was the team's long 
play from scrimmage and led to a 43- 
yard Nick Novak field goal. 

2003 (Freshman): Saw the most 
consistent action of any true freshman, 
playing in all 13 contests ... finished 
with five receptions for 59 yards and 
eight solo special teams tackles ... (vs 
MU in the Gator Bowl) ... wade his 
most athletic play of the season, taking 
a quick out and turning 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, keeping the Terps' first scoring 



drive alive ... {at FSU) .. had his first career reception, 
which came on a one-yard pass from Orlando Evans in the 
fourth quarter ... (3/ NIU) ... saw action on punt and kick 
coverage teams in his first career action as a Terp ... the 
lone true freshman to play in the season-opener. 



High School: A 2003 graduate of Dunbar fHigh School 
in Washington, D.C. ..a three-year starter who primanly 
played tight end and safety but also saw lime at wide 
receiver, kick returner, linebacker and defensive end in his 
tenure caught 21 passes for 511 yards (24.3 avg.) and 
five touchdowns as a senior despite missing three games 
with a deep bone bruise below his knee ... also caught three 
two-point conversions and returned four kicks (two kickoffs 
and two punts) for touchdowns ... had 35 receptions for 
385 yards and 11 TDs as a junior ... selected to play in 
the U.S Army All-Amencan Bowl ... rated as the third-best 
tight end in the nation by ESPN.coms Tom Lemming ... a 
member of SuperPrep's Elite 50 and that publication's 39th- 
rated player nationally ... a Mid-Atlantic all-region pick by 
SuperPrep and the third-best player (at any position) in the 
region ... second team All-USA by USA Today ... ranked 
as the fourth-best tight end in the nation and the seventh- 
best player (overall) in the Atlantic East by Rivals.com ... 
first team All-Met by The Washington Post ... Gatorade 
Player of the Year for the District of Columbia . . . team went 
31-5 and won two city championships in his three years at 
Dunbar . . . competed in basketball and track & field ... was 
the DCIAA champion in the high jump with a leap of 6-5 .. . 
chose Maryland over Florida, Virginia, Purdue and Miami, 
among others . . . high school coach was Craig Jefferies. 

Personal: Vemon Davis was bom January 31, 1984 ... son 
of Jacqueline Davis ... an art studio major ... nickname is 
"The Duke." 



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2004 11-6 27 441 


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Career 24-6 32 500 


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IWIATT 

DEESE 




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Fullback 

5-1 1 • 253 • Fr.-RS 

Greensboro, N.C. 
(Northeast Guilford HS) 

On Deese: Second-year player competing for playing 
time at fullback ... missed time last season due to injury 
(concussion) ... drew praise from the coaching staff for his 
blocking in the fall ... could see playing time this season, 
giving the team three strong blocking fullbacks ... just 
missed becoming an Iron Terp in the spring, posting a 340- 



pound bench and 565-pound squat. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at 
Northeast Guilford High School in McLeansville, N.C. ... 
pnmanly 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 sprain as a junior ... earned all- 
area, all-county and All-Piedmont Triad Conference honors 
as a senior ... was all-county as a junior ... earned a spot 
in the Shrine Bowl ... a honorable mention selection by 
PrepS/ar magazine ... team appeared in the North Carolina 
3A finals his senior season ... lettered three years in track & 
field (threw the shot, discus and ran the 1 00 meters) ... also 
recmited by South Carolina and Clemson ... high school 
coach was Tom Pursley. 

Personal: Matt Deese was born September 23, 1985 ... 
son of Prince and Beveriy Deese ... played on traveling 
soccer teams until the 10th grade ... a cnminology and 
criminal justice major. 

BRIAN 

DICKERSON 



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Fullback 
6-1,247, Sr.-3V 

Hyattsviile, Md. 
(Northwestern HS) 

On Dickerson: Player in his final year at Maryland who has 
played both linebacker and fullback the last few years ... 
was primarily a rush end in third-down situations last year 
but will likely spend more time on offense this year, entering 
fall as the starting fullback ... 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 in 2004 with a 400-pound bench and 51 5-pound squat 
... did not test in 2005 due to injury. 

2004 (Junior): Played in all 11 games, seeing time on 
defense and offense ... posted 10 tackles (four solo) with 
a half-TFL and two QB hurries ... (vs. WFUj ... sealed 
a defender to the outside to spring Mario Menills on his 
longest run of the day (nine yards) ... (vs. FSU) ... finished 
with two tackles and a QB hurry ... forced QB Chns Rix 
to throw the ball away with pressure from his defensive 
end position in the fourth quarter ... (vs. GT) ... made a 
key block on Sammy Maldonado's two-yard touchdown run 
in the fourth quarter, sealing 
defenders to the 
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Linebacker 
5-10* 194 'Fr.-RS 
Bethesda, MD 
(Walt Whitman HS) 

On Dickerson: Second-year walk-on who 
work with the defensive scout team. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 2003 graduate of Walt 
Whitman High School in Bethesda, Md. 
... was an honorable mention All-Met 
his senior year (Washington Post) ... 
also named all-league and second-team 
all-county ... was a guard on the Viking 
basketball squad and a defenseman on 
the lacrosse team ... high school coach was 
Dean Swink. 



Personal: Brian Dickerson was bom April 22, 

1986 ... enrolled in the College of Letters and 
Sciences ... has aspirations to become a teacher. 




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2003 (Junior): Saw action in all but one game (Florida 
State) ... finished the season with four tackles (two 
unassisted) and one forced fumble ... played on both 
offense and defense during the same game against Eastern 
Michigan, West Virginia, and The Citadel ... fa( NCSU) ... 
forced a fumble on the last play of the game, a huge hit on 
T.A, McLendon that jarred the ball loose, ending NC State's 
hopes ... (vs. Duke) ... recorded his first two tackles of the 
season (one solo). 

2002 (Sophomore): Played in 11 games, starting 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 ... 
finished with six tackles (two solo) ... had one pass breakup 
... (vs. FSU) ... credited with a 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 
Williams) for his work on the practice field. 

High School: A three-year lettenA/inner and starter at 
Northwestern High School in Hyattsville, Md. ... saw playing 
time at linebacker and running back ... had 80 tackles, six 
sacks and one interception as a senior ... scored four TDs 
in '00 (two rush, one reception, and one fumble recovery) 
.had 63 tackles and three sacks as a junior .. , also ran for 
more than 250 yards in '99 ... earned his team's Hammer 
Award as a senior as NHS's hardest hitter ... named to 
the Maryland team which plays Virginia in the Super 44 all- 
star game between prep standouts from the two states ... 
also played in the Prince George's County All-Star Game 
... helped Northwestern to its first-ever playoff game in his 
junior season ... NHS went 10-2 that season ... lettered in 
basketball as well ... was recruited by UMass, Marshall and 
Howard ... high school coach was Ed Shields. 

Personal: Ricardo Dickerson was bom July 10, 1982 ... is 
the son of Sonya Dickerson and Ricky Kelly ... majoring in 
criminology and criminal justice. 



Dickerson's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT n/Avg TFL Sacks 



Int 



2002 


11-1 


8 


10 


18/1.6 


0,0-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 


2003 


12-0 


2 


2 


4/0.3 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 


2004 


11-0 


4 


6 


10/0.9 


0,5-1 


0.0-0 


0-0 


Career 


34-0 


14 


18 


32/0.9 


0.5-1 


0.0-0 


0-0 



OBI 

EGEKEZE 




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Placekiclfer 
6-3 • 205 • Fr.-RS 
Augusta, Ga. 
(Westside HS) 

On Egekeze: Big kicker with a big leg who will get a shot 
at the starting job this year ... competing with junior Dan 
Ennis ... will likely handle kickoff duties ... improved toward 
the end of spnng on field goals, bettering his chances at 
the starting job. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year starter and letterwinner 
at Westside High School in Augusta, Ga. ... handled 
placekicking and punting duties in his tenure with the 
Patriots ... was 9-of-11 on field goals and 21-of-22 on 
PATs as a senior ... hit a school-record 54-yard field goal 
twice (once as a senior and once as a junior) ... had 27 
touchbacks on 40 kicks in 2003 ... was 8-of-12 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 region by 
SuperPrep as a senior ... a PrepS(ar 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: Chukwuemeka Egekeze was born Nov 8, 1985 
... son of Uzoma Egekeze . . , brother, Ndu, played on Penn 
State's basketball team ... other brother (Nkem) played 
soccer at Mercer ... member of the National Honor Society 
who carried a 3.86 GPAas a prep ... name is pronounced 
choo-kweh-MEH-kuh egg-uh-KAY-zuh (or just OH-bee) ... 
enrolled in the College of Letters and Sciences. 

DAN 





Piacekicker 
5-11 •154* Jr.-SQ 
Sykesviiie, iVId. 
(Gleneig HS) 




On Ennis: Fourth-year walk-on who will be competing for 
the placekicking duties this season ... has proven to be 
consistent and reliable from inside 40 yards ... hard worker 
who has improved both his consistency and range the last 
few years. 

2004 (Sophomore): Served as the team's backup 
piacekicker but did not see game action. 

2003 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in two games ... 
attempted no field goals but converted all four PATs he 
attempted on the season, 

2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 2002 graduate of Gleneig (Md.) High 
School ... did not play football as a prep ,., earned letters 
as a junior and senior in soccer and track & field ... was 
his soccer team's most valuable midfielder as a senior ... 
member of the state champion 4x800-meter relay team . 
member of SGA, the Art Club and Christian Fellowship as 
a prep. 

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

Ennis' Career Statistics 



Kicking 


G-GS 


XP-A 


FGM-FGA 


Lq 


Pts 


2003 


2-0 


4-4 


0-0 




4 


2004 


0^ 


0-0 


0-0 


- 





Career 


2-0 


44 


0-0 


- 


4 



7B 










CARLOS 

FELICIANO 



DERRICK 




68% 83 



Nose Tackle 
6-5*298«So.-1V 
Elizabeth, N.J. 
(Elizabeth HS) 

On Feliciano: One of eight true freshmen to play in 2004 
... working at nose tackle behind Dre Moore and Rob 
Annstrong ,.. excels in run support .,, plays with very 
good leverage and will get even better as he continues to 
improve his strength. 



2004 (Freshman): Played in four games . 
any statistics. 



. did not record 



High School: A four-year lettenwinner and three-year 
starter at Elizabeth High School in Elizabeth. N.J. . . . played 
offensive tackle, offensive guard, tight end. defensive end 
and defensive 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-high 10 sacks as a senior ... first 
team all-state by the Newark Star Ledger and third team 
all-state by the Associated Press ... also an all-conference 
and all-county pick while earning all-region honors from 
SuperPrep as a senior ... a PrepSlar Ail-American ... ranked 
as the No. 11 offensive tackle in the nation by Rivals.com 
... all-county, all-conference and second team all-Group 4 
as a junior ... also lettered two years in track (shot put and 
javelin) and basketball ... was also recruited by Ohio State. 
Virginia, Iowa and Michigan State ... high school coach was 
Jeff Wiener. 

Personal: Carlos Feliciano was bom May 13. 1986 ... 
is the son of Tony and Idalmi Feliciano ... enrolled in the 
College of Letters and Sciences. 

Feliciano's Career Statistics 

Defense G-G S UT AT n/Avg TFL Sacks Int 
2004 40 0/0.0 0.M 0.0-0 0-0 



Wide Receiver 
6-0* 193'Sr.-3V 
Hampton, Va. 
(Hampton HS) 

On Fenner; Fifth-year receiver who enters his second 
season as a starter ... will again work at the "X" receiver 
spot . , . showed the ability to get downfield in his sophomore 
campaign - averaging 27.8 yards per reception - but was 
slowed somewhat by injury last season ... a good blocking 
receiver ... very athletic player who blazed to a 4.37 in 
the 40-yard dash in the spring, the second-fastest time 
on the team ... earned Iron Terp status, posting a 40-inch 
vertical jump. 330-pound bench. 530-pound squat and 
693 strength index, best among receivers ... earned his 
bachelor's degree in criminology in May 2005. 



2004 (Junior) ^.rnes. starting nioL 

missing one due tri injury (left fibula) ... led the team . 

a career-high 35 receptions with two goin': ' - ■ 

... second on the team with 430 receivm:; 
ninth In the ACC with 3.18 receptions pei game ... (va. 
WFU) ... led the team with five receptions and 67 yards ... 
four of his five catches were for first downs, including an 
11 -yard fourth-down conversion to set up a 47-yard Nick 
Novak field goal at the end of the first half ... (at VT) ... had 
a career-high seven receptions for 61 yards ... {at WVU) 
... caught two passes for 42 yards and had a TO reception 
for the second consecutive game ... touchdown came In 
the third quarter on a 27-yard fly pattern, as he out-leapt 
a WVU defender in the front right comer of the end zone 
... (vs. TUj ... had four receptions for 70 yards ... caught 
a 15-yard TD pass in the second quarter, adjusting to a 
ball thrown to his outside shoulder in the front comer of 
the end zone. 




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2003 (Sophomore): Saw action in 10 games with one start 
... despite being eigtith in receptions (12), was third on the 
team in receiving yards with 334 and had a pair of TDs 
... averaged 27.8 yards per catch ... missed the regular 
season's final three games after having an appendectomy 
. . . (Gator Sow/ vs. WVU) ... had two receptions for 36 yards 
... had what would have been a 50-yard touchdown catch 
called back due to a face-mask penalty ... {vs. UNC) ... tied 
a career-high with two receptions for 64 yards ... 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 ... 
{vs. CU) ... lone reception was a 69-yard touchdown where 
he came back on the field and made the catch after initially 
being forced out of bounds by the Clemson defender ... 
reception was the longest of his career ... {at EMU) ... 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 Citadel) ... showed great speed as he took a pass from 
Orlando 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 Hampton, 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 Virginia and Connecticut . . . high school coach 
at Hampton was Mike Smith. 

Personal: Derrick Fenner was born on Christmas Day, 
1982, in Hampton, Va. ... son of Darryl and Reglin Fenner 
... one of six children ... degree is in criminology and 
criminal justice ... now working on a second degree in 
family studies ... lists his parents as the people he most 
admires. 



MACK 

FROST 



Fenner's Career Statistics 

Receiving G-GS Rec. Yds. Avg. 


TD 


Lonq 


2002 8-0 1 8 


8.0 


1 


8 


2003 10-1 12 334 


27,8 


2 


69 


2004 10-9 35 430 


12.3 


2 


35 


Career 29-10 48 772 


16.1 


5 


69 





91 



Defensive End 
6-5 • 264 • Fr.-RS 
Columbia, S.C. 
(Spring Valley HS) 

On Frost: Redshirt freshman who is working as a backup 
at the rush end spot ... has the ideal build for the position 
...has a 32-inch vertical jump. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... named defensive 
scout team Player of the Week for his work leading up to 
the Georgia Tech game. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at 
Spring Valley High School in Columbia, S.C. ... notched 
45 tackles, five TFLs, three sacks, four forced fumbles and 
an interception as a senior despite missing the first three 
games with a high ankle sprain ... best season as a prep 
was his junior year, when he finished with 77 tackles, five 
sacks and 11 QB hurries ... an all-state pick by the High 
Sclioot Sports Report as well as an all-region and all-area 
selection as a senior ... 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 PrepS(ar All-American ... third team All- 
South by Fox Sports Net ... also lettered two years in 
basketball ... chose Maryland over Auburn, Florida, South 
Carolina and Virginia ... high school coach was Jimmy 
Noonan. 

Personal: Mack Frost, Jr, was born February 13, 1986 ... 
son of Mack and Cynthia Frost ... enrolled in the College 
of Letters and Sciences ... carried better than a 3.3 grade- 
point average as a prep ... born in Louisiana and loves 
cajun food, 

ISAIAH 

GARDNER 




20 



Strong Safety 
5-11 • 194*So.-RS 
Virginia Beach. Va. 
(Salem HS/Notre Dame) 



On Gardner: Speedy defensive back with very good 
cover skills who will be competing for playing time at the 
boundary corner spot ... transferred from Notre Dame in 
September of 2004 ... versatile enough to play both safety 
and cornerback ... an Iron Terp who is one of the most 
athletic players on the team ... ran a 4.43 in the 40-yard 
dash and recorded a 41-inch vertical jump in spring testing 
... also benched 355 and squatted 585. 

2004 (Redshirt Freshman): Sat out the season in 
compliance of NCAA transfer rules ... worked with the 
Terrapins' defensive scout team. 

2003 (Freshman at Notre Dame): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner at Salem High 
School in Virginia Beach, Va. ... rushed for 1,068 and 18 
touchdowns in seven games, while also playing cornerback 
his senior year ... an all-state pick as junior when he rushed 
for 1,118 yards and 25 touchdowns and caught 25 passes 
for 313 yards and two touchdowns ... finished his career 
with 2,415 yards rushing and 47 touchdowns ... named 
a SuperPrep and f/ie/s/ancfs.com Ail-American ... was an 
ESPN.com top 30 running back and theislands.com top 25 
back ... was listed as Virginia's top running back by Rivals, 
com ... ranked 11'" on The Sporting Wews/Student Sports 
High School Football magazine of the East's best running 
backs ... an all-city and all-conference selection his junior 
and senior years ... team MVP and captain as a senior ... 
also ran track, competing in the sprints. 

Personal: Isaiah Gardner was born January 16, 1985 
... son of Frances Knight and Ronald Gardner ... was a 
competitive gymnast from the ages of 8-12 ... major is 
criminology and criminal justice. 

JAMAL 

GARDNER 




Wide Receiver 
5-10* 184*Sr.-SO 
Staunton, VA 
(Robert E. Lee HS) 

On Gardner: A shifty receiver who will work with the 
offensive scout team ... posted a 36-inch vertical jump m 
spring testing. 

2004 (Redshirt Junior): Did not see game action. 

2003 (Junior): Redshirt season 






2001-2002 (Fr/Soph. @ S.C): Spent his first two years at 
Shepherd College in Shepherdstown, WVa. .. caught 38 
passes for 426 yards and six touchdowns as a freshman 
... had 50 receptions for 750 yards and a school-record 
nine touchdowns as a sophomore in 2002 ... third-team 
all-conference selection as a freshman ... earned second- 
team all-conference honors as a sophomore. 

High School: Atwo-year letterwinner at Robert E. Lee High 
School in Staunton, Va. ... averaged 27.6 yards per catch 
and scored seven touchdowns ... an all-region, all-city and 
alkity/county selection ... also lettered in basl<etball and 
track and field . . was recruited by James Madison and Elon 
. , high school coach was David Tibbs, 

Personal: Jamal Gardner was bom November 10, 1982 
son of Sarah Kelley and Tom Patterson ... majonng in 
sociology. 

MATT 

GOLDBERG 




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Wide Receiver 
6-2* 182'Fr.-RS 
Baltimore, IMd. 
(Mount St. Joe's HS) 

On Goldberg: Second-year receiver who worked with the 
offensive scout team last year ... has good size . , . made an 
outstanding diving catch in this years spnng game. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A two-year lettenAiinner at Mount St, Joseph 
High School in Baltimore, Md. ... was team captain his 
senior season . . a Super 22 award winner as a junior 
... voted Most Dedicated Player by his coaches ... also 
lettered in track and field ... named Team MVP for sprinters/ 
middle distance njnners in his senior year ... recruited by 
Richmond. Delaware and William & Mary .,, high school 
coach was Mike Working. 

Personal: Matthew Goldberg was bom February 7, 1986 
... parents are Bertha and Joseph Goldberg ... majoring 
in kinesiology. 



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JASON 

GOODE 



JACK 

GRIFFIN 





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H-Back 

6-3*231 'So.-IV 
Baltimore, Md. 
(Woodlawn HS) 

On Goode: Player whose versatility gives the Terp offense 
a number of options ... has good size, runs well and learns 
quickly ... will be the team's lone true H-back this year, 
improving his chances at significant playing time ... good 
enough blocker to line up at fullback or tight end while fast 
enough and a good enough route runner to split wide ... 
recorded a 35 Vi-inch vertical jump in spring testing. 

2004 (Freshman): Played in one game ... did not record 
any statistics ... got hurt in a two-minute drill the week after 
seeing action in his first game or he would have played a 
more significant role ... (vs. CU) ... had the key block on 
Josh Allen's one-yard touchdown run, the Terps' only score 
of the day 

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 Archbishop Curiey High School in Baltimore 
... played quarterback, tailback, fullback, wide receiver, 
tight end and defensive end in high school ... missed the 
first three games of 2003 after transferring but still finished 
with 56 canies for 509 yards (9.1 avg.) and 21 receptions 
for 438 yards (20.9 ypc) and five TDs ... accounted for 13 
total touchdowns and two two-point conversions, leading 
his team in scoring ... a Mid-Atlantic all-region selection 
by SuperPrep and honorable-mention pick by PrepStar ... 
first team All-Met by the Baltimore Sun ... a first team Big 
School all-state selection as an "athlete" by the Associated 
Press ... an all-conference pick as a junior and senior ... 
helped lead Woodlawn to a spot in the state 4A semifinals 
his senior year . . . lettered four years in basketball ... named 
Curleys Most Valuable Player in basketball as a junior ,,, 
was also recruited by Colorado, Boston College, UCI^and 
Penn State ... high school coach was Leonard Hart. 

Personal: Jason Goode was bom September 13, 1986 
... son of Nonis and Stephanie Goode ... enrolled in the 
College of Letters and Sciences. 



Defensive End/TacMe 
6-7«276*So.-1V 
Enfield, Conn. 
(Enfield HS) 

On Griffin: A hard-working player who earned playing time 
in his first season as a Terp ... has caught on quickly ... 
will open fall as the starter at the 'msh" end position, but is 
versatile enough to move back inside if needed. 

2004 (Freshman): Played in five games ... posted three 
tackles (one solo) .. also batted down one pass ... pass 
breakup came late in the Duke game as he batted down a 
Mike Schneider effort. 




High School: Afour-year letterwinner and three-year starter 
at Enfield (Conn.) High School ... team's second-leading 
tackier as a senior with 45 stops ... also had seven sacks, 
12 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 Courant ... an All-New England region selection by 
SuperPrep . . . rated by SuperPrep as the 1 2th-best player in 
the region ... PrepStar all-region as well ... all-conference 
as a junior and senior ... honorable mention M\-Courant as 
a defensive tackle his junior year ... team went 10-2 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 bom January 20, 1986 ... 
son of John and Jeris Griffin ... enrolled in the College of 

Letters and Sciences ... car-ied over 3 3 GPAas a prep. 




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Tight End 
6-6 • 262 • Fr.-RS 
Amherst, N.Y. 
(Williamsville North HS) 

On Gronkowski; Player with great size who originally 
joined the team as a quarterback but made the switch 
to tight end where he showed steady improvement last 
season ... has good hands considenng '04 was his first 
at tight end ... one of the program's first-ever "greyshirts" 
... joined the team for the first fime at the Gator Bowl after 
deferring his enrollment for the spnng of 2004 (was part of 
the 2003 signing class) ... an Iron Terp. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... was the offensive 
scout team Player of the Week for his work in practice the 
week of the Duke and Virginia games. 

High School: A tour-year letterwinner and three-year 
starter at Williamsville (N.Y.) North High School ... started 
two years at quarterback and one at wide receiver ... 
completed 122 of 207 passes for 1,407 yards and 16 
touchdowns as a senior ... completion, yardage and 
touchdown totals were all school records 
... Offensive Most Valuable Player of 
his league ... a Western New York All- 
Academic team selecfion ... set a then- 
school record with 539 yards receiving in 
his sophomore season ... also lettered 
four years in baseball, three in basketball 
and one in hockey ... hockey team was 
state champion the one year he played 
... was also recruited by Arizona, Purdue 
and Syracuse ... high school coach was 
Mike Mammoliti. 

Personal: Daniel Gronkowski was born 
January 21 , 1 985 ... son of Gordon and 
Diane Gronkowski ... is the second of 
five brothers ... National Honor Society 
... finished second nationally in the 
Punt, Pass and Kick competition as 
a ninth-grader ... father lettered three 
years as an offensive guard at Syracuse 
... brother, Gordie, Jr., is a senior first 
baseman at Jacksonville (Fla.) University 
... enrolled in the College of Letters and 
Sciences. 



Strong Safety 

5-11 •195*Sr.-1V 

Lanham, Md. 

(Duval HS / Delaware State) 

On Harris: Senior in his third year at Maryland who will 
enter fall camp as the slight favorite to start at a competitive 
strong safety posifion ... an instinctive player with good 
cover skills ... could also play in nickel and dime packages 
... walked on at Maryland in 2003 after transferring from 
Delaware State ... timed in the 4.5 range in the 40-yard 
dash in spring testing with a 37 '/j-inch vertical jump. 

2004 (Redshirt Junior): Played in all 1 1 games . . . finished 
the season with 18 tackles (eight unassisted) ... (vs. TU) ... 
posted a career-high seven tackles (three solo) in the most 
extensive playing time of his career as a Terp. 

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 11 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 11 games at 
tailback, starting six ... rushed for 76 yards on 21 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 (100 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 Harris III was born February 18, 1983 

... son of Saundra and Milton Harris Jr. ... majoring in 
criminology and criminal justice ... in the drama club and 
mock trial team as a prep. 



Harris' Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT n/Avg TFL Sacks 



Int. 



2004 



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



JOEY 

HAYNOS 




80 



Tight End 
6-8 •260 'So.- IV 
Rockville, Md. 
(Gonzaga College HS) 

On Haynos: Third-year player who has come along and 
could play a bigger role in 2005 ... saw action in two-tight 
end sets as a redshirt freshman ... strength has improved 
steadily over his last two years ... added 12 pounds of 
muscle since last year. 

2004 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in eight games 
did not record any receiving statisfics ... had the second- 
highest blocking grade of the season among tight ends 
(was in on 34 plays). 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: Athree-year lettenA/inner at Gonzaga College 
High School in Washington, DC, ... 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 quarterback 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 



I Personal: Joey Haynos was bom August 28, 1984 ,,, son 
of Maureen and Joe Haynos .., majoring In economics 



nu^F 



Haynos' Career Statistics 



Receiving G-GS 
20O4 M 



Rec Yards 




Avg 
0.0 



JD 




LP 



> ERIN 

I HENDERSON 




1 



Linebacker 
6-3 • 233 • Fr.-RS 
Aberdeen, Md. 
(Aberdeen HS) 

On Henderson: Second-year linebacl(er who looked good 
in his first season with the Terps ... had an outstanding 
spnng ... started last season at quarterback but quickly 
switched to weakside linebacker and showed the instincts 
and work ethic that suggest he will be the second member 
of his family to succeed on Maryland's defense ... can run 
and cover .has added over 23 pounds since enrolling ... 
posted a 510-pound squat in sphng, 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... named offensive 
scout team Player of the Week for his work in practice 
leading up to the Temple game ... had already moved to 
defense but ran the option to help the team prepare for 
Temple's Walter Washington. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and starter at 
Aberdeen 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 interceptions 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 138 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 18-point 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 (Associated Press), first 
team All-Met {Baltimore Sun) and all-county ... AP all-state 
as a junior 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 country by 
ESPN.com'$ Tom 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: Ehn Henderson was born July 1, 1986 ... son 
of Enc 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 Minnesota Vikings ... majonng in communications 
... hometown is the same as that of retired major league 
all-star Cal Ripken, Jr 

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Offensive Tackle 
6-7*319*Sr.-3V 
Lawrenceviiie. Ga. 
(Brookwood) 

On Heyer: True senior who enters his final season as 
the Terps' top returning offensive lineman ... enters his 
flnal year as one of the team's top postseason honors 
candidates... was the Terps' 
best pass protector last year 
... has very long arms ... 
wears a size-22 sneaker off 
the field but likes to squeeze 
into an 18 cleat on game 
days ... enters the season 
with 24 straight starts, most 
on the offense ... strength 
numbers - which improved 
dramatically since his 
arrival - included a 555- 
pound squat and a 32-inch 
vertical jump last year ... 
due to injury, he only tested 
in bench this last spring, 
improving to a 420-pound 
mark, up 55 pounds from 
'04. 

2004 (Junior): Started all 11 
games at left tackle ... the 
highest-rated Terp lineman 
... second on the team with 
18 "big blocks' ... allowed 
just three sacks on 651 
offensive plays ... (vs. WFU) 
...tied for second on the team 
with three "big blocks' ... 
called for no penalties on 71 
offensive plays ... (vs. FSUj 
... was the team's highest- 
rated lineman and tied for 
the team lead v^nth two 'big 
blocks" ... grade was the 
highest by a Terp lineman 
through eight games ivs 



NCSUj ... was the Terps' highest-graded offensivi 
and had one "big block", desr'" '" — - • 
during the game (which he pi^j 
was the team's second-highest ralec linerrian was m un 
59 plays and was not called for any penalties . . (3/ Duke) 
... led the team with 77 plays and tied for the team lead with 
three "big blocks" ... was not called for any penalties ... (vs. 
NIU) ... along with Kyle Schmitt, was the highest-graded 
lineman and tied for the team lead with four "big blocks' 
was called for no penalties on 62 plays. 

2003 (Sophomore): Started all 13 games at left tackle 
... finished the season with the offensive line's second- 
highest composite grade (1.261). trailing only Kyle Schmitt 
... had 24 "big blocks" and was called for just two penalties 
in 737 offensive plays ... (vs. UVa) ... finished with three 
"big blocks" on a team-high 69 offensive plays ... (vs. UNC) 
... Terps' highest-graded offensive lineman ... tied for the 
team lead among linemen with four "big blocks" ... (at GT} 
... notched one "big block" with no missed assignments ... 
(vs. Duke) ... recorded a team-high three "big blocks' ... 
(vs. CIS) ... Terps' second highest-graded offensive lineman 
... finished with two "big blocks" and 
no missed assignments on 
70 plays ... (vs. WJiJ) 
... recorded two 
'big blocks" on 60 
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2002 (Freshman): Saw action in each of the final 1 3 games, 
starting one ... posted seven "big blocl<s" 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 11 
snaps and graded very highly ... recorded one "big block" ... 
(3( UNC) ... made first career start at left tackle and graded 
highly in his debut ... start was necessitated by an injury 
to Matt Crawford (regular LT Eric Dumas moved to right 
tackle) ... recorded four "big blocks." 

High School: A two-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of Brookwood High School in Lawrenceville, Ga. ... had not 
played football before going out for the team as a freshman 
... added six inches and 100 pounds to his frame from his 
freshman to his senior year ... starter at left tackle as a 
senior after playing in a limited role on the varsity as a junior 
... helped Brookwood to a 5-5 record in 2001 ... played for 
a high school program which won 100 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: Stephen Heyer was born January 16, 1984 ... 
son of Ronald and Glenda Heyer ... name is pronounced 
"STEFF-ahn HIGH-err" ... majonng in criminology and 
criminal justice ... the Atlanta Falcons helped him find 
proper-fitting cleats in high school. 

SAM 

HOLLENBACH 




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Ouarterback 
6-5*218* Jr.-IV 
Sellersville, Pa. 
(Pennridge HS) 

On Hollenbach: Fourlh-year junior who enters this 
season with a slight lead in the competition for the starting 
quarterback job ... a hard-working player with good size 
and strength ... a pocket-type quarterback ... played well 
when given the chance at the end of 2004 ... seems to 
excel under pressure ... an Iron Terp for the second straight 
year ... posted a 340-pound bench and a 600-pound squat 
... strength numbers in index (701), power clean (320), 
vertical jump (33-1/2) and squat (655 in 2004) are best ever 
by a Maryland quarterback. 




2004 (Sophomore): Played in three games, starling the 
season finale against Wake Forest ... was 22-for-36 for 229 
yards with no touchdowns or interceptions ... {vs. WFU) ... 
went 16-for-27 for 164 yards with no TDs or interceptions 
... (a( l/T) ... played well when called upon late in the 
game, going 5-for-8 for 53 yards. 

2003 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw limited 
one game (The Citadel) ... did not 
statistics. 

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

High School: A three-year 
lettenwinner and two-year starter 
at Pennridge High School in 
Perkasie, Pa., where he played 
for his father, Jeff ... in his two 
seasons as a starter, he completed 
168 of 308 (.545) passes for 2,754 
yards and 26 touchdowns ... he 
also rushed 57 times for 140 yards 
and 11 scores ... as a senior, he 
led Pennridge to an 8-3 record, including four come-from- 
behind victories that were decided in the final minute of 
play ... two of those victones came on the road against 
perennial Pennsylvania powers North Penn and Central 
Bucks West . . . passed for 1 ,250 yards and 1 2 touchdowns 
in 2001 ... earned a host of awards and honors following 
his senior season, including the Maxwell Award (one of 25 
students-athletes in Philadelphia and South Jersey areas), 
first team all-area by the Philadelphia Daily News and the 
Philadelphia Inquirer, first team All-National Conference 
and third team all-state by the Pennyslvania Football News 
... a preseason and postseason SuperPrep all-region 
choice ... nominated to play in the Big 33 all-star game ... 
as a junior, passed for 1 ,504 yards while throwing about 1 
times per game for a team that totaled 2,500 yards rushing 
... was an all-league baseball player as a junior ... also 
recruited by Michigan State, Illinois and Pittsburgh. 

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




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HOLLOWAY 




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Hollenbach's Career Statistics 

Passing G-GS Att Comp Int Yds Pet TD 


LP 


2003 


1-0 


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2004 


3-1 36 22 


229 ,611 


21 


Career 


4-1 36 22 


229 .611 


21 


Rushing 


G-GS Att Net 


Ava TD 


LP 


2003 


1-0 


0.0 


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2004 


3-1 8 (-17) 


(-2.1) 


7 


Career 


4-1 8 (-17) 


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Linebacker 
6-2 •220* Jr.-IV 
Stephentown, N.Y. 
(Albany Academy) 

On Holloway: Junior linebacker who was one of the most 
pleasant surpnses of last season ... former walk-on who 
showed very good instincts in his first year as a starter ., 
sure tackier who plays the run very well , . , an Iron Terp with 
the highest strength index among linebackers and sixth- 
highest on the team ... recorded a 600-pound squat, 405- 
pound bench (a 75-pound improvement over last year) and 
36-inch vertical jump in 2004. 

2004 (Sophomore): Started all 11 games at strongside 
linebacker ... finished fifth on the team with 53 tackles 
(29 solo) ... tied for second in the ACC and for the team 
lead with two fumble recoveries ... also posted 4.0 TFLs 
1.5 sacks, one pass breakup and one QB hurry ,., (vs 
WFU) ... had five tackles and his first career PBU ... (at 
VT) ... set a career high with nine tackles (three solo) 
(at UVa) ... recorded six tackles (three solo) and one TFL 
... came around the right side to tackle Alvin Pearman on 
a run for a loss of one yard in the fourth quarter ... (vs 
FSU) ... finished with four tackles, a half-sack and a TFL 
... forced QB Wyatt Sexton out of the pocket with an inside 



blitz, leading to an 11-yard sack in ttie second quarter , 
(al CU) ... finished with two solo tackles, his first career 
sack and a blocked punt .,, broke through the right side of 
the line to dive and block a punt, giving the offense a short 
field on Its first-quarter touchdown dnve , , . came around the 
left end to sack Charlie Whitehurst for an eight-yard loss 
in the second quarter .., (al Duke) ... had one solo tackle 
and recovered his second fumble of the season ,,. fumble 
recovery at the end of first quarter led to a touchdov^n drive 
... {at WVU) .- had eight solo tackles and one TFL .. dove 
and dragged RB Jason Colson down by the collar with one 
hand on a second down in the third quarter ... (vs. NIU) ... 
made his first career start ... finished with eight tackles (four 
solo) and recovered a fumble on kickoff coverage that led 
to a Josh Allen touchdown run early in the third quarter 

2003 (Redshirt Freshman); Played in The Citadel and 
Flonda State games ... posted two unassisted tackles on 
the season , , was defensive scout team Player of the Week 
for his viork 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 2001 
... Offensive Player of the Year as a senior and Defensive 
Player of the Year as a junior ... earned 10 varsity letters 
during his prep career (also played basketball and track) . . . 
a New Yori< state scholar-athlete. 



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Personal: David Holloway was born December 4, 1983 ... 
his father, Bnan Holloway was an NFL All-Pro who played 
with the New England Patnots and Los Angeles Raiders ... 
his maternal grandfather, Johnny "Pie" McKenzie, played in 
the NHL for the Boston Bruins ... is the oldest son of eight 
children... majoring in economics. 



Holloway's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT H/Ava TFL Sacks 


Int 


2003 


2-0 2 2/1.0 0.0-0 0-0 


0-0 


2004 


1M1 29 24 53/48 40-14 15-11 


0-0 


Career 


13-11 31 24 55/4.2 4.0-14 1.5-11 


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Tailback 

6-0«225* Jr.-IV 
Lakeland, Fla. 
(George Jenkins HS) 

On Number: Fourth-year tailback expected to challenge 
for significant playing time ... 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 before missing 
most of 2004 with a shoulder injury ... did not participate in 
contact drills in the spring. 

2004 (Sophomore): Saw action in one game ... rushed 
six times for 17 yards ... missed most of the season due 
to injury (shoulder) ... (at Duke) ... rushed six times for 17 
yards, 

2003 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in four games with no 
starts ... finished the season with 14 carries for 68 yards, 
averaging 4.9 yards per carry ... (Gator Bowl vs. WVLf) ... 
had four carries for 29 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 Akron games. 

High School: A three-year 
letterwinner and two-year starter 
at George Jenkins High School 
in Lakeland, Fla. ... had never 
played football before his 
sophomore year of high school 
... combined for nearly 1,200 all- 
purpose yards (700 rushing) 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 touchdowns in 2U'Jl . : 
a career-long 94-yard TO run against rival Lakeland H: 
School .,. played tailback and receiver as a junior i-. 
accounted for 1,800 all-purpose y;j'- 
mention all-distnct and All-Polk Count; 
despite missing four games . . . second team all-county and 
honorable mention all-district as a junior ... an All-Dixie 
region pick by SuperPrep ... was the first football player 
from his high school to earn a Division l-A scholarship 
also a member of the GJHS weightlifting and track teams 
.. was also recruited by Alabama and Arkansas ... high 
school coach was Casey Vaughn. 

Personal: John Humber was bom August 9, 1983 ... son 
of Clement and Pauline Humber ... majonng in criminology 
and cnminal justice ... grew up playing soccer ... spent 
time volunteering at the Soaring Eagle Football Camp for 
kids in high school. 



Number's Career Statistics 

Rushing G-GS AH. Gain Lost Net Avg. TD 


LP 


2003 4-0 14 


68 68 4.9 


16 


2004 1-0 6 


17 17 2.8 


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Career 54 20 


85 85 4.2 


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Wide Receiver 
5-8*164*Fr.-RS 
Laurel, Md. 
(Laurel) 

On Ifon: Second-year player who will work with the Terp 
offensive scout team ... fell just shy of Iron Terp status ... 
posted a 300-pound bench and 430-pound squat at 164 
pounds. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A two-year letterwinner at Laurel (Md.) High 
School ... amassed close to 1.000 yards rushing his senior 
year, scoring four touchdowns ... on defense, he recorded 
eight interceptions ... a member of the Prince George's 
County North All-Star team ... selected as team captain 
and MVP his senior year ... lettered in track and field ... 
4x400 team placed second at the Maryland State Indoor 
Championships and third at the Outdoor states ... recmited 
by Georgetown and Davidson ... high school coach was 
Mike Rudden. 

Personal: Emem Abasi Ifon was bom August 14. 1986 
... parents are Dora and Ekwere Ifon ... enrolled in the 
College of Letters and Sciences. 




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Linebacker 
6-1 • 231 • Sr.-3V 
Largo, Fla. 
(Seminole HS) 

On Jackson: Fourth-year player who established himself 
as the leader of the Terrapin defense and one of the top 
defensive players in the country last season ... on the 
preseason "watch list" for the Bednarik, Lombardi, Nagurski 
and Lott Awards ... a cornplete linebacker who is also a 
viable candidate for the Butkus Award ... finished a close 
second in voting for ACC Defensive Player of the Year as a 
junior ... runs well and is a 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 ... excels against the run and in pass 
coverage ... an Iron Terp who posted a 35 1/2-inch vertical 
jump, a 350-pound bench and a 525-pound squat in off- 
season testing last year ... missed spring drills and testing 
in '05 after having surgery on his wrist. 

2004 (Junior): Started all 11 games ... a first team AII-ACC 
selection ... first team All-America by Collegefootballnews. 
com and second team by Rivals.com . . . honorable mention 
Ail-American by Pro Football Weekly ... led the ACC with 
123 tackles ... tied for the team lead with two interceptions 
... third on the team with five PBUs ... fourth on the team 
with seven TFLs and second with four sacks ... (vs. WFU) 
... had 11 tackles (two solo), 1.5 TFLs and a half-sack ... 
combined with Kevin Eli on a six-yard sack late in the third 
quarter and stopped TB Chris Barclay for a one-yard loss 
in the fourth quarter ... (at UVaj ... was all over the field. 








leading the Terrapins with 16 tackles (nine solo) ... pursued 
Marques Hagans as a passing play broke down, tackling 
tiim for no gam on a 3rd-and-4, forcing a Cavalier punt ... 
(vs. FSUj .. recorded a team-fiigti 11 tackles (eight solo). 
a half-sack, a half-TFL and a PBU ... combined with Kevin 
Eli on an 11 -yard sack in the first quarter ... named ACC 
Player of the Week ... (at CU) ... finished with a career-high 
18 tackles (nine solo), 2.5 TFLs and one sack ... pursued 
Charlie Whitehurst out of the pocket to knock him out of 
bounds for no-gain on a 4th-and-1 in the third quarter ... 
came around the right end to stuff a Reggie Merriweather 
run for a loss of four yards in the third quarter ... burst 
through the line on a blitz to sack Whitehurst for a loss of 
10 yards in the fourth quarter ... named ACC Player of the 
Week ... (vs. NCSU) ... notched eight tackles (four solo), 
had one PBU, forced one fumble and recovered his first 
career fumble ... came streaking downfield on the opening 
kickoff of the second half, and forced a fumble as he hit the 
returner ... recovered a fumbled punt by NC State in the 
fourth quarter ... (vs. GTj ... finished with 16 tackles (four 
solo), a PBU and a half-TFL ... hit QB Reggie Ball's arm 
as he threw for a PBU in the first quarter ... (at WVU) ... 
finished with 16 tackles (nine solo), had a sack and a PBU, 
while playing with a hyper-extended elbow ... leapt over 
one blocker to hit RB Kay-Jay Hams when Harris fumbled 
in the second quarter ... knocked down a pass by Marshall 
and forced a 3rd-and-long early in the second half ... buried 
Marshall after he was forced upfield for a one-yard sack 
at the end of the third quarter ... (vs. NIU) ... second on 
the team with nine tackles (eight solo) ... also intercepted 
two passes ... both interceptions led to Maryland scores, 
with one stopping an NIU drive at the Maryland 25 ... ACC 
Player of the Week. 

2003 (Sophomore): Started all 13 games at middle 
linebacker ... a second team AII-ACC selection ... ranked 
seventh in the ACC rankings for tackles per game with 10.5 
... led the team with 136 tackles (90 solo) ... other numbers 
include 7,5 TFLs. 2.5 sacks, two interceptions (one returned 
for a TD), two pass breakups, 1 QB humes and one forced 
fumble ... tackle total was one short of the Maryland record 
for a sophomore ... (Gator Bowl vs. WVU) ... posted 12 
tackles (eight solo) ... (at WFU) ... recorded eight tackles 
(six solo) and an interception ... 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 mn to the right side in the first quarter for no 
gain ... (at NCSif) ... had a big game with 11 tackles (nine 
solo), including one tackle for a loss ... (at GT) ... finished 
with 13 tackles (seven solo) and one QB hurry ... added 
a PBU in the second quarter as he neariy intercepted a 
pass from Reggie Ball ... (vs. Duke) ... led the Terps with 12 
tackles (eight solo) ... combined with Leon Joe for a sack on 
a third-and-11, forang a Duke punt ... on one of his two QB 
hurries, he broke straight through the offensive line to get 
to the Blue Devil quartert)ack, forcing him to throw the ball 
away ... (vs. Of) ... led the team with 10 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 ... 
(3f EMU) ... vras all over the field, leading the team with a 
career-high 16 tackles (nine solo) ... (vs. WtJ) ... finished 



with 12 tackles (10 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 Chns Rix's 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 11 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 15 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 
(second-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 
forced fumble .,, {vs. Notre Dame) ... had a strong Terrapin 
debut, finishing the game with season-high 12 total tackles, 
second-most on the team ... his 1 solo tackles also ranked 
second on the team behind E.J. Henderson (11) ... also 
contributed a forced fumble and two TFLs. 

High School: A three-year lettem/inner and 2002 graduate 
of Seminole High School in Seminole, Fla. ... spent time 
at linebacker, fullback, quarterback and punter as a prep 
... made 91 tackles as a senior including 10 sacks ... 
also rushed for 950 yards with a 5.7-yard average and 13 
touchdowns as a fullback ... made 150 tackles with 16 for 
loss, four forced fumbles and four fumbles recovered as a 
junior ... was the Warhawk's quarterback in 2000 ... 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 
Warner first-team pick, which encompasses Pinellas, Pasco 
and Hillsborough counties on Florida's Gulf Coast ... an 
All-Dixie region selection by SuperPrep ... an All-Southeast 
region pick by PrepStar . . . played in the prestigious Florida/ 
Georgia All-Star game ... led all tacklers with 10 in a 40-13 
Flonda win ... SHS went 23-4 in his last two years and 
made the regional finals both seasons ... 2000 team was 
undefeated in the regular season and finished 12-1 ... was 
also recruited by Flonda, NC State and Louisiana State ... 
high school coach was Sam Roper 

Personal: DQwell Jackson was bom September 26, 
1983 ... son of Willie and Debra Jackson ... served as a 
mentor for youngsters at a local elementary school ... vice 
president of the Varsity Lettemien's Club at his high school 
... majoring in criminology and criminal justice ... first name 
is pronounced "dee-KWELL." 



Jackson's 

Defense G-GS 


Career Statistics 

UT AT n/Avg TFL Sacks 


Int 


2002 


14-0 


38 13 51/3.6 3.0-3 0.0-0 


0-0 


2003 


13-13 


90 46 136/10.5 7.5-27 2.5-17 


2-58 


2004 


11-11 


63 60 123/11.1 7.0-35 4.0-26 


2-36 


Career 


38-24 


191 119 310/8.2 17.5-65 6.5^3 


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WESLEY 

JEFFERSON 




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Linebacker 
6-2*236*So.-1V 
Clinton, Md. 
(Gwynn Park HS) 

On Jefferson: Player in his third year who wori(ed at 
weakside linebacker last year but looks like he has found 
a home at "Mike" linebacker after a very solid spring ... an 
instinctive player who always seems to be around the ball 
... a sure tackier ... one of the most highly-recruited players 
on the Terp roster as a prep. 

2004 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in eight games, 
missing three due to injury ... finished the season with 
22 tackles (nine solo) with one TFL ... (vs. TUj ... had a 
team-high 12 tackles (seven solo), including his first career 
tackle on kick coverage in the first quarter and one TFL 
... combined with Ricardo Dickerson for a TFL to force a 
fourth down in the third quarter and with Jon Condo to stop 
a third-quarter screen pass in the backfield ... (vs. NIU) .. 
first career game action. 

2003 (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. 




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High School: A three-year starter and letterwinner at middle 
linebaderforGwynn Pari< High School in Brandywine, Md. 
... the consensus No^ 1 prep linebacker in the country ... 
notched 149 tackles (88 solo) as a senior to go along with 
10 sacks, one interception, nine forced fumbles and seven 
fumble recovenes ... also played fullback in short-yardage 
situations, scoring one touchdown ... recorded 168 
tackles, 39 TFLs, 13 sacks, three forced fumbles and three 
interceptions as a junior ... selected to play in the 2003 
U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... a Parade Ail-American 
.. first team All-USA by USA Today ... runner-up for state 
defensive player of the year honors ... first team all-state 
by the Associated Press as a junior and senior ... rated the 
No. 1 outside linebacker and the overall 25th-best player in 
the country by ESPN.com's Tom Lemming ... described by 
Lemming as a player who "plays like a young Ray Lewis" . . . 
first team All-liletro and Defensive Player of the Year by The 
Washington Post ... All-Amencan and top-rated linebacker 
in the country by SuperPrep ... also SuperPrep's 1 2th-rated 
player in the country overall. No. 2-rated player in the Mid- 
Atlantic region and a member of that publication's Elite 50 
... rated the second-best player, regardless of position, in 
the Atlantic East region by Rivals.com ... named Defensive 
Player of the Year as a junior by the Gazette newspapers 
... team went 9-1 his senior year ... sophomore season 
saw an appearance in the state championships and 
featured a linebacking corps that included Jefferson, Kellen 
Pruitt (Syracuse) and Seth Mitchell (Michigan State) ... 
also played basketball as a freshman and sophomore ... 
recruited by Miami (Fla.), Ohio State, Florida State, Notre 
Dame, Penn State and Virginia, among others ... high 
school coach was Danny Hayes. 

Personal: Wesley Jefferson was born April 23, 1985 ... 
son of Michael and Roscheta Jefferson ... nickname is 
"The Hawk" ... took up playing the piano in his senior year 
of high school and likes vintage automobiles . . . majoring in 
criminology and criminal justice. 







Jefferson's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT n/Avq TFL Sacks 
2004 8-0 9 13 22/2.8 1.0-1 0.0-0 0-0 



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JONES 




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Tailback 

5-11 •214' Jr.-Sa 

Brandywine, Md. 

(Gwynn Park HS/Deiaware State) 

On Jones: Tailback in his second year at Maryland ... 
worked at fullback last year. 

2004 (Junior): Redshirt season ... did not see game 

action 



2002-2003 (Fr/Soph. @ DSU): 
Played two years, lettering once, 
for Delaware State University in 
Dover, Del. ... played linebacker 
for the Hornets. 

HighSchoohTwo-timelettenivinner 
at Gv^^nn Park High School in 
Brandywine, Md. ... selected first- 
team all-league by the Washington 
Post and second-team All-Gazette 
... played in the Prince George's 
County All-Star Game ... was team 
captain in 2000 when Gwynn Park 
went 11-2 and finished second in 
the state, falling to Urbana in the 
finals ... helped basketball team 
to consecutive state runner-up 
finishes in 1999 and 2000 ... high 
school coach was Danny Hayes. 



Personal: Albert Jones, II was born June 14, 1983 ... 
parents are Hazel and Albert Jones, Sr. . . . plays drums and 
saxophone ... major is kinesiology 




J.J. 
JUSTICE 




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Free Safety 
6-2*217*So.-1V 
Lisbon, Conn. 
(Norwich Free Academy) 

On Justice: Big, athletic safety who saw action on special 
teams as a freshman but will get a shot at free safety this 
year ... has improved his cover skills and lateral movement 
since last year, the primary reason he moved from strong 
safety ... has outstanding speed ... a player to watch. 

2004 (Freshman): One of just two true freshmen to play 
in all 11 games ... made three tackles (two solo), all on 
special teams. 

High School: A four-year starter and lettenwinner at the 
Non/vich (Conn.) Free Academy . . . started at defensive back 
four years and at quarterback his last three ... also spent 
time at tailback and long snapper ... 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 14 touchdowns 
... an all-state selection by the New Haven Register and 
the Connecticut High School Coaches Association as a 
junior and senior ... a SuperPrep All-American rated as 
the second-best player, regardless of position, in the New 



England region . rated by Rivaiscom as the best player 
in New England ... a PrepSfar All-American ... a finalist for 
the Gatorade state Player of the Year ... also all-conference 
and all-area as a junior and senior ... rated the 15th-best 
safety in the nation by ESPN.com's Tom Lemming ... led 
his team to an 11-1 record and the state semifinals as a 
junior ... a three-year lettenwinner in track ... state champion 
javelin thrower as a junior and senior with a personal record 
of 176 feet ... timed at 11.3 in the 100 meters ... recruited 
by Boston College, Syracuse, Purdue, Penn State and 
Connecticut ... high school coach was Steve Robichaud. 

Personal: James Justice, Jr., was born April 29, 1986 ... 
son of Jim and Mary Justice . . . father played college football 
at Syracuse, lettering in 1973 ... major is sociology 

Justice's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT n/Avg TFL Sacks In t. 



2004 



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



WILLIAM 

KERSHAW 



a 48 

Linebacker 
6-3 • 232 • Sr.-3V 
Raeford, N.C. 
(Hoke County HS) 

On Kershaw: Tme senior who performed well in his 
first season as the starter at weakside linebacker ... hac 
an outstanding spring, drawing the praise of coaches 
and teammates alike ... an honors candidate ... a long 
athletic player who changes direction well ... started his 
career working at the "Mike" linebacker position but moved 
pnor to 2003 ... has put on 32 pounds since the start of 



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his freshman season ... ran a 4.69 in the 40-yard dash in 
spring testing with a 385-pound bench. 

2004 (Junior): Saw action in all 11 games, starling 10 
finished fourth on the team with 74 tacldes (38 solo) . . tied 
for 1 7th in the ACC with 6. 7 tackles per game ... also posted 
six TFLs, two sacks, an interception, a forced fumble and 
two pass breakups ... led the team with two blocked kicks ... 
(3/ VTj ... had one of his best games, setting a career high 
with 14 tackles ... powered around the right side to tackle 
Justin Hamilton on a run for no gain in the second quarter 
., stepped up to the line to stop Cedric Humes for no gain 
on a mn in the third quarter ... (at UVa) ... finished with 
seven tackles (two solo) and one blocked kick ... blocked a 
35-yard field goal attempt in the fourth quarter as he leaped 
at the line of scnmmage to deflect the kick ... (vs. FSU) ... 
had six tackles (four solo), an interception, a sack and 1 .5 
TFLs ... picked off a Wyatt Sexton pass after it was tipped 
by D'Qwell Jackson to end a Flonda State drive in Maryland 
territory at the end of the first half ... interception was the 
first of his career ... burst through the line of scrimmage in 
the fourth quarter to drag down QB Chris Rix for a sack 
.„ (at CU) ... totaled seven tackles (three solo), one TFL, 
one PBU and his first career sack ... contained Charlie 
Whitehurst before sacking him for a 10-yard loss in the 
second quarter ... (at Dukej ... had five tackles (three solo) 
and forced his first career fumble ... stnpped the ball from 
Duke's QB witti his left hand at the end of the first quarter ... 
put a big hit on Mike Schneider leading to an en-ant throw 
and an interception by Ray Custis midway through the third 
quarter ... (at WVU) ... tallied seven tackles (five solo) with 
two TFLs for six yards ... notched his first career blocked 
field goal vrth 1:10 remaining to keep the game tied at 
' 10-10 and send it into overtime ... (vs. NIU) ... earned his 
I first collegiate start, notching seven tackles (five solo) „. 



2003 (Sophomore): Played in 11 
games, posting 25 tackles (18 solo) 
as a reserve ... also registered one 
TFL and four QB hurries ... (at NCSU) 
.. recorded two solo tackles on special 
teams ... hit return man Tramain Hall on a 
kickoff late in the fourth quarter on NC State's 
own 3-yard line, where it would be forced to start 
the final drive of the game ... (at EMU) ... finished 
with a season-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 Quincy Wilson 
in the fourth quarter limiting him to a gain of just two yards 
on the play ... (a/ 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. 
Akron) ... finished second on the team with a season-high 
eight tackles ... six tackles were solo efforts ... (vs. Notre 
Dame) ... opened his college career by coming up with 
seven tackles (two solo) against the Insh ... five assisted 
tackles tied for a team-high. 

High School: A three-year lettenwinner and two-year 
starter at Hoke County High School in Raeford, NC. . . 
racked up 135 tackles with two interceptions, four fumble 
recoveries and seven sacks as a senior ... 69 of his 135 
tackles were of the solo variety ... a first team All-Mid 
Southeastern Conference selection as a senior and a 
junior ... also a first team all-region pick as a senior ... an 
honorable mention all-region selection by PrepStar ... also 
a two-year letterman in basketball ... was also recmited by 
Wake Forest, Duke and Richmond ... high school coach 
was Greg Bryant. 

Personal: William Kershaw was bom December 15, 1983 
... son of Betty and William Kershaw, Sr ... majoring in 
criminology and criminal justice. 



Kershaw's 

Defense G-GS 


Career Statistics 

UT AT n/Avg TFL Sacks 


Int 


2002 10-0 


13 16 29/2,9 0.04) 0.^0 


0^ 


2003 11-0 


18 7 25/2.3 1.0-1 0.^0 


0-0 


2004 11-10 


38 36 74/6.7 6.0-26 2.0-18 


1-3 


Career 32-10 


69 59 128/4.0 7.0-27 2.0-18 


1-3 



Tailback 

6-0 •235 'So.- IV 
Owings Mills, Md. 
(Hargrave Military/ 
Mt. St. Josephs HS) 

On Lattimore: Second-year back who will compete for the 
starting tailback spot as well as duties in the return game 
. . . excellent combination of size, speed and quickness ... a 
serious contender for the job if his knowledge of the offense 
keeps improving ... a good blocker ... looked good toward 
the end of spnng .. ran a 4,53 in the 40-yard dash with a 
460-pound squat in spnng testing. 

2004 (Freshman): Played in five games despite missing 
the first four with a dislocated shoulder ... rushed seven 
times for 15 yards ... njshed four times at Clemson (11 
yards) and three at Virginia Tech (four yards). 

Prep: Attended Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham. 
Va. ... played tailback for a team that finished 8-1 
oished for 425 yards with four touchdowns . . . caught a 28- 
yard touchdown 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 1 0.7 in the 1 00 meters and 20.0 in the 200 meters ... was 
hampered his senior season by an ankle injury, but caught 
28 passes for 346 yards and four touchdowns in the seven 
games that he played . . also aished for 643 yards and 1 1 
TDs, while returning two kickoffs for scores ... top game 
of 2002 came against Oilman when he scored five TDs 
(four njshing, one kickoff return), posted 121 yards njshing 
and 117 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 a junior 
... 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 
basketball team's 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. 



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Personal: Keon Lattimore was born July 6, 1984 ... son 
of Sunseria Keith ,, brother is Baltimore Ravens' star 
linebacl<er and 2004 Maryland graduate, Ray Lewis ,,, 
enrolled in the College of Letters and Sciences. 

JERMAINE 

LEMONS 




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Defensive End 
6-3 • 250 • So.-Sa 
Tampa, Fla. 
<Thomas Jefferson HS) 

On Lemons: Player in his third year who will get a shot at 

the starting job at the drop end spot this season ... will start 
the season splitting time with Trey Covington ... physical 
player who is tough against the run and in one-on-one 
situations ... recorded a 405-pound bench press and 550- 
pound squat in spring testing en route to Iron Terp status. 

2004 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in two games ... 
did not record any statistics ... named defensive scout 
team Player of the Week for his work in practice leading 
up to the Duke game. 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A tour-year letterwinner and starter at 
Thomas Jefferson High School in Tampa, Fla. ... recorded 
74 tackles and seven sacks as a senior ... posted 80 
tackles, 11 sacks and four fumble recoveries as a junior 
.an honorable mention all-state selection in 2002 ... first 
team All-North Sun Coast, All-Hillsborough County and All- 
Western Conference pick as a senior ... an all-conference 
and all-district performer as a junior ... rated as the 18th- 
best defensive end in the nation by Rivals.com ... ranked 
as the 82nd-best player overall in the state of Florida by the 
Orlando Sentinel .. Tampa Jefferson team went 13-2 in 
2002, losing in the state finals ... school had nine Division 
I prospects his senior season ... high school teammate of 
current Terp Donnie Woods . . . Jefferson went 24-4 his last 
two years ... lettered three years in basketball ... was also 
recruited by Michigan State, Notre Dame, South Carolina 
and Tulane ... high school coach was Mike Simmonds. 

Personal: Jermaine Lemons was born November 15, 1984 
... son of Curtis and Wanda Lemons . . . carried a 3.5 grade- 
point average in high school ... majoring in family studies. 




ERIC 

LENZ 



DENNIS I 




I 




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Linebacker 
6-4 • 228 • Fr.-RS 
Fredericif, Md. 
(Urbana HS) 

On Lenz: Second-year player who will be in his first 
year on the field ... missed last season rehabilitating an 
injured back (injury suffered as a prep) ... versatile, athletic 
performer whose presence in the lineup would give the 
Terps more options defensively ... a very good athlete ... 
recorded a 35-inch vertical jump, 51 5-pound squat and was 
timed at 4.63 in the 40-yard dash in the spring. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year lettenA/inner and two-year 
starter at Urbana High School in Ijamsville, Md, ... played 
defensive end, wide receiver, punter, placekicker and was 
a kick returner ... in his two years as a starter on defense, 
he posted 161 tackles, 17 sacks, six interceptions and two 
forced fumbles ... two of the interceptions were returned 
for touchdowns (2003) ... posted career-highs of 82 tackles 
and nine sacks as a senior ... numbers in 2003 included 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 a junior, 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 a junior and senior 
... The Washington Posts Defensive Player of the Year 
in 03 ... other senior honors included first team All-Met 
[Washington Post), AP Maryland Defensive Player of the 
Year, all-conference and all-area ... selected to George 
Michael's "Golden 11" team ... a SuperPrep Ail-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 10-2 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 eariy commitment who was 
also recruited by Boston College and Pittsburgh, among 
others ... high school coach was David Carruthers. 

Personal: Ere Lenz was born April 3, 1986 ... son of 
William and Kathleen Lenz ... enrolled in the College of 
Letters and Sciences. 




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Defensive Tacide 
6-4 • 290 • Fr.-RS 
Browns Summit, N.C. 
(iUortheast Guilford HS) 

On Marsh: Strong inside force who will line up at defensive 
tackle . . , switched from the nose in the spring. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

H igh School : A three-year lettera/inner and two-year starter 
at Northeast Guilford High School in McLeansville, N.C. ... 
played defensive tackle, nose tackle and offensive guard in 
his three years ... had an outstanding senior season from 
his nose tackle position, recording 103 tackles, 19 tackles 
for loss, five forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and 1 1 
QB hurries ... an All-Piedmont Triad Conference selection 
as a senior ... also all-county and all-area in 2003 ... earned 
a spot in the prestigious Shrine Bowl, starting at nose 
tackle in the game ... an All-American and Mid-Atlantic all- 
region selection by SuperPrep ... the ninth-rated player in 
the state - regardless of position •- according to SuperPrep 
... a PrepSfar All-Amencan ... team went 20-8 in his two 
years as a starter including an appearance in the North 
Carolina 3A finals his senior season ... named defensive 
MVP of the state finals ... lettered three years in track & 
field ... an eariy commit who selected Maryland over North 
Carolina, Clemson, Penn State and South Carolina ... high 
school coach was Tom Pursley. 

Personal: Dennis Marsh was born July 8, 1986 ... son 
of Richard and Nina Marsh ... enrolled in the College of 
Letters and Sciences. 



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BRENDAN 

McDERMOND 






Long Snapper 
6-2 • 260 • So.-SQ 
Columbia, Md. 
(River Hill HS) 

On McDermond: Player who served primarily as a scout- 
team specialist the last two years ... duties thus far have 
been limited pnmanly to long snapping ,,. could factor in 
with the departure of four-year long snapper Jon Condo 

2004 (Redshirt Freshman): Did not see game action. 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner at River Hill High 
School in Clari(sville, l^d. ,,, 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 Bnan Van Deusen. 

Personal: Brendan McDemiond was bom August 12, 1984 
in Philadelphia. Pa. ... son of Diane and James McDermond 
... majoring in kinesiology. 

RYAN 

Mcdonald 




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Center 
' 6-2*275*Sr.-1V 

I Hagerstown. Md. 
(Williamsport/Concord College) 

On McDonald: Offensive lineman who walked on at 
Maryland 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 . . listed as a backup center entenng 2005. 

2004 (Junior): Saw action in hifc games ..was in for a 
total of 32 offensive plays, allowing one sack but commiting 
no penalties or missed assignments. 



2003 (Redshirt Sophomore): Saw action in six games . 
did not allow a sack or commit a penalty in 45 plays on 
the season. 



2002 (Sophomore): Redshirt season 
working with the offensive scout team. 



spent season 



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

High School: A four-year letterwinner and 2001 graduate 
of Williamspon (Md.) High School ... a second team all- 
state selection as a senior ... first team all-Washington 
County as a junior and senior .,, team captain ... also ran 
track and wrestled ... finished second in state as a senior 
and set a school record for pins as a wrestler ... high school 
coach was Eric Michael. 

Personal: Ryan J. McDonald was bom September 10, 
1983, in Hagerstown, Md, ,,, is the son of Edward and 
Cindy McDonald ... majoring in biological sciences ... 
nickname is "Mac". 

GERRICK 

McPHEARSON 




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this past spring, is the fastest evei by any Maryland pla'/>" '' 
(regardless of position). 

2004 (Junior): Played in all 11 games, starting six .. 
finished the season with 38 tackles (24 solo) and a team- 
high 11 PBUs ... tied for fifth in the ACC with 1.00 passes 
defended per game ... also added a sack and one TFL ... 
{vs. WFU) ... had four tackles and two PBUs ... forced a 
turnover on downs late in the fourth quarter, knocking away 
a downfield pass intended for Jason Anderson ... (vs. FSU) 
... finished with three tackles and two PBUs ... stepped in 
front of a crossing route to knock away a third-down pass 
away in the fourth quarter ... knocked a Chris Rix pass 
down in the end zone on a third down to force a 52-yard 
field goal attempt in the fourth quarter (which was no 
good) ... (at CU) ... notched four tackles (two solo) ... was 
involved in several controversial plays ,., (vs. NCSU) . . set 
a career high with seven tackles to go along with two PBUs 
... hit Bobby Washington to ensure an incompletion on a 
3rd-and-9 in the fourth quarter, forcing NC State to punt 
... prevented a touchdown by knocking down a pass in the 
corner of the end zone in the fourth quarter ... (vs. GT) ... 
tallied three tackles (two solo) with one PBU ... ran down TB 
PJ. Daniels in the third quarter, preventing a touchdown as 
he was the last defender on the play ,,. (vs. TU) ... finished 
with five tackles (four solo) while recording the first sack 
of his career along with one PBU in his first career start ... 
blitzed and laid a punishing 
hit on QB Walter 
Washington from 
the blind side, 
causing a 
loss of 
eight 



Comerback 
5-10' 194*Sr.-2V 
Columbia, Md. 
(Howard HS) 

On McPhearson: Fifth-year 
senior who enters 2005 as the 
starter at field comerback ... 
fastest player on the team and 
certainly one of the fastest, if 
not the fastest, in the ACC .,, 
despite a strong junior season, 
still has not seemingly reached 
his potential ... named AII-ACC 
in indoor track for his third-place 
finish at the 2005 ACC Indoor 
Championships ... school 
record-holder with a 6.73 in the 
60-meter dash, breaking the 
mari< of Renaldo Nehemiah ... 
an Iron Terp who also posted 
a 42-inch vertical jump, 365- 
pound bench press and 515- 
pound squat . . . vertical jump is a 
Terp record for a defensive back 
and his 40 time of 4.21, posted 





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yards in the first quarter ... (vs. NIU) ... recorded four 
tackles (three solo) against the Husl<ies ... made up a five- 
yard deficit to catch A.J. Harris from behind in the third 
quarter, saving a touchdown on the play 

2003 (Sophomore): Saw action in the first two games of 
the season, recording one tackle. 

2002 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in 13 games, 
playing primanly on special teams ... finished the season 
with 16 tackles (13 solo), one pass breakup and one 
interception ... AII-ACC Freshman Team by The Sporting 
News ... (af Duke) ... had three tackles (two solo) ... (at 
WVU) ... made first career INT to halt a late Mountaineer 
scoring drive. 

2001 (Freshman): Redshirl season. 

High School: A 2001 graduate of Howard High School 
in Ellicott City, Md. ... as a senior, rushed 117 times for 
825 yards, caught 10 passes for 228 yards, and scored 
11 touchdowns ... on defense, totaled 43 tackles and two 
interceptions ... as a junior, rushed for 1,423 yards and 
scored 18 touchdowns ... was named Associated Press 
Small School all-state honorable mention as a defensive 
back as a senior ... named to SuperPrep's all-region team 
... a preseason Mid-Atlantic all-region choice by PrepStar . . . 
played his final season of prep ball at Howard High School 
after transferring from Cardinal Gibbons in Baltimore ... 
was also recruited by Boston College and Virginia ... high 
school coach was Vince Parnell. 

Personal: Gerhck McPhearson was born December 29, 
1 983 . . . son of Kim and Gerrick McPhearson . . . majoring in 
criminology and criminal justice ... father played defensive 
back at Boston College and with the New England Patriots 
. brother, Derrick, is a freshman football player at the 
University of Illinois. 



McPherson's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT H/Avg TFL Sacks 


Int 


2002 13-0 13 3 16/1.2 0.0-0 


0.0-0 


1-14 


2003 2-0 1 1/0.5 0.0-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 


2004 11-6 24 14 38/3.5 1.0-8 


1.0-8 


0-0 


Career 26-6 38 17 55/2.1 1.0-8 


1.0-8 


1-14 


DANNY 

MELENDEZ 




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85 



Wide Receiver 
6-2*1 79 'Sr-aV 
Lancaster, Pa. 
(J.P. IMcCasiiey HS) 

On Melendez: Senior who will get the most significant 
playing time of his career in 2005 ... was slowed by a 



hamstnng injury last year but has good speed and very 
good hands ... uses his hands well to create space between 
himself and the defender ... a good route runner ... also 
serves as a backup holder ... posted a 39-inch vertical 
jump and ran a 4.52 in the 40-yard dash in spring testing ... 
has run sub-4.5 in the past. 

2004 (Junior): Played in five games . . . posted six receptions 
for 109 yards ... stmggled with an injured hamstring much 
of the season ... (vs. FSU) ... caught one pass for a season- 
long 39 yards ... moved the Terps into FSU territory with a 
39-yard catch and run up the left sideline, leading to a 43- 
yard field goal by Nick Novak ... (vs. TU) ... tied his career 
high with three receptions, totaling 42 yards ... longest 
catch of the game (16 yards) came in the third quarter as 
he found space between a pair of defenders at midfield. 

2003 (Sophomore): Played in all but one game (West 
Virginia) ... had nine receptions for 136 yards and a pair 
of touchdowns ... had two carries for 22 yards as well ... 
(Gator Sow/ vs. WVU) ... Terps' third-leading receiver with 
three receptions for 61 yards ... had a 44-yard reception in 
the third quarter which set up a Nick Novak field goal ... (a/ 
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 touchdown reception of his 
career in the second quarter ... made a leaping grab along 
the nght sideline for 1 3 yards in the first quarter ...(vs. UNC) 
... took an end-around for a 14-yard gain in the third quarter 
... (at EMU) ... scored his first career touchdown on a 14- 
yard pass from Scott McBrien during the fourth quarter, in 
which he twisted his way into the end zone after the catch 
...(at NIU) ... had the Terps' second-longest reception (15 
yards) on his only catch of the game. 

2002 (Freshman): Played in each of the final 11 games of 
the season ... had six receptions for 62 yards ...{at Dul<e) 
... 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 15 yards. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at 
J.R McCaskey High School in Lancaster, Pa. ... named 
Associated 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 10-2 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, he 
totaled 87 receptions for 1,838 yards (21,1 average) and 17 
touchdowns . . . also participated on the track and field team, 
competing in the triple jump (44-11), 100 meters (10.8) and 
the 4x100 and 4x400 relays ... helped McCaskey to the 
county track championship in 2001 ... also recruited by 
Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech, Pitt, Penn State and Duke ... 
high school coach was Scott Feldman. 



Personal: Daniel Melendez was born February 16, 1984, ((| 

in Bronx, N.Y. ... son of Diana and Al McHenry ... majonng ^ 

in criminology and criminal justice. ] 

Meiendez's Career Statistics * 

Rec eiving G-GS Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long f 



2002 



11-0 



62 10.3 



25 



2003 12-0 

2004 5-0 
Career 28-0 



136 15.1 



44 



109 18.2 



39 



21 307 



14.6 



44 



MARIO 

MERRILLS 




Tailbaclf 

5-10* 203 'Sr-SV 
Columbia, Md. 
<Wiide Lalfe HS) 

On Merrills: Hard-working senior tailback who will get his 
best shot at a starting spot this year ... hits the hole hard 
and is dangerous in open space ... an Iron Terp with the 
highest strength index (814) on the team, a record for a 
Maryland running back ... numbers include a 39 '/a-inch 
vertical jump, a 4.48 time in the 40-yard dash, a 405-pound 
bench press and a 670-pound squat . . . squat is a 90-pound 
improvement over last year 

2004 (Junior): Saw action in all 11 games ... third on the 
team in rushing, finishing with 33 carries for 124 yards and 
a touchdown ... more than half of his carries (17) came 
in the season's final two games ... (vs. WFU) ... rushed 
10 times for 41 yards ... carried seven consecutive times 
after entering the game in the third quarter ... juked to the 
outside to gain nine yards and convert a third down in the 
third quarter ... (at Dul<e) ... rushed six times for 42 yards 
(7.0 avg.) and had a four-yard TD run ... burst through the 
line of scrimmage and carried Duke defenders on his way 
to a season-long 21 -yard gain ... pushed the pile fow/ard 
for a four-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. 

2003 (Sophomore): Played in four games ... finished the 
season with 23 carnes for 86 yards and one touchdown . 
(vs Tlie Citadel) ... had his top rushing effort of the season, 
rushing 1 3 times tor 42 yards and a touchdown ... TD was a 
4-yard effort that capped Maryland's sconng 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 14-yard 
catch in the second quarter ... finished tied for the team 
lead in receptions (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 10 yards (22, 

14,11) 

2001 (Freshman): Redshirl 
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, Mti. ... rushed for 
1,743 yards and 21 touchdowns 
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 81 yards for a touchdown to lead 
the Metro all-stars to victory .... had a 313-yard mshing 
perfomiance 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 

. Washington Post All-Met honorable mention pick as a 
running back ... a preseason Mid-Atlantic all-region choice 

^ by PrepStar ... was a second team Baltimore Sun All-Metro 
selection as a junior in 1999, totaling 1,050 rushing yards 

) and 13 touchdowns ... was also recaiited by Penn State ... 

. high school coach was Douglas DuVall. 

i Personal: Mario Merrills was bom January 23, 1983 ... son 
of Shirtey and Albert Menills , . , majoring in communications 
f first name is pronounced "MAHR-ee-oh." 

Merrils' Career Statistics 

^ Rushing G-GS Att Net Avg TD LP 



DEREK 




84 



2002 



W) 



40 



157 



3.9 



22 



2003 


40 


23 


86 


3.7 


1 


9 


2004 


11-0 


33 


124 


3.8 


1 


21 


Career 


244 


96 


367 


3.8 


2 


22 


Receiving 


G^S 


Rec 


Yds 


Avq 


TO 


LP 


2002 


94) 


6 


67 


1U 


1 


22 


2C03 


4^ 








0.0 





_ 


2004 


11-0 








0.0 





- 



Career 



134 



67 11.2 



1 22 



Tight End 
6-7 • 275 • Sr.-3V 
Carlisle, Pa. 
(Boiling Springs HS) 

On Miller: Senior tight end who is the Terps' pnmary 
blocking tight end ... a big target with good pass-catching 
skills who excels in short-yardage and goal line situations 
... saw the bulk of his action in two-tight end formations in 
his first two years but started every game last season .. 
posted a 35-inch vertical jump in spring testing. 

2004 (Junior): Started all 11 games ... had one reception 
for seven yards ... team's highest-graded tight end as a 
blocker ...(at Duke) ... caught his only pass of the season 
... bowled over a Duke defender to pick up seven yards on 
the catch. 

2003 (Sophomore): Played in all 13 games, starting one 
when the Terps' opened in a two-tight end fomiation ... 
finished the season with two receptions for 10 yards and 
a touchdown ... (at NCSU) ... had a 2-yard touchdown 

reception on a play-action pass from Scott McBrien in the 



second quarter .. louc; 

(3/ FSU) ... made his first reception ol the season, a dum^j 

effort in the fourth quarter for a gain n' '■•'•>-< ■■■■"<' 

2002 (Redshirl Freshman): Played in all 14 games, see.rg 
action as the Terps' No. 2 tight end ... finished the season 
with two receptions for 10 yards and a touchdown ... 
(Peach Bowl vs. UT) ... fractured his right fibula in the third 
quarter ... (a( Ct/) ... made his first career TD reception on 
a 1-yard pass from Scott McBrien in the first quarter ... (vs. 
Wofforcf} ... made his first career reception on a nine-yard 
pass ... play was good for a first down. 

2001 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 2001 graduate of Boiling Springs (Pa.) 
High School ... played tight end and defensive end as a 
senior ... helped his team allow just 9.6 points per game 
on defense in 2000 ... totaled 123 tackles (51 solos) and 
21 sacks in addition to catching 25 passes for 423 yards 
and five touchdowns ... set school career records by a 
tight end for receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns 
.. was the Bubblers' first-ever Division I football signee 
... helped BSHS to the district playoffs and a 9-1 overall 
record in 2000, equaling the most wins by the school in 
49 years ... named to the All-Sentinel All-Star team as a 
fight 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 second 
team all-league as a punter . . . selected team most valuable 
player as a senior ... also lettered in baseball ... was also 
recruited by Boston College. 




Personal; Derek Miller was bom June 10, 1983 ... son 
of Connie and Jon Miller ... degree is in criminology and 
criminal justice ... is working on a new major in family 

studies 

Miller's Career Statistics 



Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


TD L 


onq 


2002 


14-0 


2 


10 


5.0 


1 
1 


9 


2003 


13-1 


2 


10 


5.0 


e 


2004 


11-11 


1 


7 


7.0 


- 




Career 


38-12 


5 


27 


5A 





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92 



Nose Tackle 
6-4*298«So.-1V 
Charlotte, N.C. 
(Independence HS) 

On Moore: Third-year tackle who will get a shot at a 
starting role this year ... outstanding combination of size, 
speed and agility ... earned increased playing time at 
the end of last season and performed well ... could be a 
breakout year ,., originally signed as a grayshirt ... at 298 
pounds, posted the fourth-highest strength index (750) on 
the team ... timed at 4.89 in the 40-yard dash while posting 
a 440-pound bench and 670-pound squat (a 145-pound 
improvement), earning Iron Terp honors ... 365-pound 
clean is a school record for defensive linemen. 

2004 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in each of the season's 
final eight games ... registered 12 tackles (six unassisted), 
1.5 TFLs, one sack and three quarterback hurries ... (vs. 
WFUj ... tied a career high with four tackles, had a half- 
TFL and a QB hurry ... combined with D'Qwell Jackson to 
collapse the line and stop TB Chris Barclay for a four-yard 
loss in the second quarter ... hurried a Cory Randolph 
throw in the fourth quarter, forcing an incompletion and a 
third-and-long ... (at VTj ... finished with four tackles (one 
solo) ... recorded a QB hurry as he put pressure on Bryan 
Randall from the nght side and leveled him as he released 
the ball in the first quarter ... f3( CU) ... notched his first 
career sack, taking down Chariie Whitehurst for a loss of 
two yards after he was forced upfield in the fourth quarter 
... (vs. GT) ... made his first career tackles, collecting three 



(two solo) ... (at Duke) ... made his collegiate debut. 

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 
107 tackles (69 unassisted), 12 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-conference, 
all-county and all-district for the Patriots . . . invited to play in 
the Shrine Bowl (North Carolina all-stars vs. South Carolina 
all-stars) ... team went 13-0 and beat its opponents by an 
average of 51-8 en route to the state championship ... 
teammate was consensus national player of the year and 
current Florida star QB Chns 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 ... majoring in family studies 
.... first name is pronounced "dray" 

Moore's Career Statistics 

Defense G-G S UT AT n;Avg TFL Sacks Int. 

2004 8-0 6 6 12/1.5 1.5-4 1.0-2 0-0 



BRANDON 

NIXON 





58 



Offensive Tackle 
6-6*314«So.-1V 
Pottstown, Pa. 
(Pottstown HS) 

On Nixon: Physically-gifted tackle who had a 

very good off-season and is slated to start at 

right tackle ... will have to stave off a challenge 

from another talented young tackle, Scott 

Buriey ... one of several young linemen with 

bright futures on this year's squad . . a good run 

blocker whose technique has improved since 

jf last year . . . will need to cut down on assignment 

^ errors ... has very good feet for a player his size . . . 

posted a 31 -inch vertical jump and 570-pound squat 

in spring. 



2004 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in six games with one 
start ... posted six "big blocks" while allowing three sacks 
and being called for one penalty in 201 plays ...(atCU) ... 
first career start . . . registered one "big block" ...{vsTU) ... 
notched two "big blocks" in 32 offensive plays. 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A four-year starter and letterwinner at 
Pottstown (Pa.) High School ... played offensive tackle, 
defensive tackle, nose guard and defensive end .. 
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 offensive 
tackle as a senior ... rated as the 25th-best offensive tackle 
in the nation by ESPN.com's Tom Lemming , . . SuperPrep's 
15th-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 6-4, 270-pound ninth grader ... also competed in track 
& field ... top marks include a 53-foot mark in the shot put 
and 135 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 ... majoring in 
family studies. 



OLIVER 




61 



Offensive Guard 
6-2 • 298 • Fr.-RS 
Germantown, Md. 
(Northwest HS) 

On Oliver: An invited walk-on in 2004 who will work at left 
guard in the fall . . . will work with the offensive scout team. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner at Northwest High 
School in Germantown, Md. ... named all-league and all- 
county as a senior . . . honored as a member of the Northwest 
All-Half Decade Team . . . selected as Most Improved Player 
in 2002 ... helped team to 9-2 mark his senior season . 
also lettered in track and field and wrestling ... high school 
coach was Randy Trivers. 

Personal: Lee Oliver was born February 11, 1986 . 
parents are Sonnie and Jim Oliver ... enrolled in the 
College of Letters and Sciences. 






ROBERT 

PETTY 





37 



:^ RAY GUr 

AWARD CANDIDATE 



ADAM 

PODLESH 



Linebacker 
5-1 1 • 223 • Jr.-TR 
Hyattsville, MD 
(Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 

On Petty: Second-year linebacker who will work with the 
Terp defensive scout team. 

2004 (Sophomore): Redshirt season ... named defensive 
scout team Player of the Week for work in practice leading 
up to the Virginia game. 

High School: A three-year lettenA/inner at Eleanor 

Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt. Md. ... led team in 

tackles his senior year, recording 135 solos. 10 sacks, 

eight hurries and three safeties ... was named first-team 

All-Met by the Washington Post and first-team All-Gazette 

... selected as teams Defensive MVP in 1999 and 2001 

... helped the Raiders 

to the state title in 1999 

and an undefeated 

regular season in 2000 

... lettered one year in 

track and field ... high 

school coach was Rick 

Houchens. 

Personal: Robert Petty 
was bom May 26. 1984 
... son of Monica and 
Robert Petty, Sr 
his cousin, Barnngton 
Edwards, was a member 
of the national title team 
at LSU in 2003 and 
now plays for North 
Carolina ... majoring in 
criminology and criminal 
justice. 






36 



Punter 

6-0 • 1 92 • Jr.-2V 
PIttsford, N.V. 
(Pittsford Sutherland HS) 

On Podlesh: Two-time Ray Guy Award semifinalist now in 
his third year as the Terrapins' punter ..a good athlete 
with a strong leg ... strength as a punter is his consistency 
... excels at placement and directional kicks ... also serves 
as the Terps' holder and can handle kickoff duties if needed 
... has not had a punt blocked in his two years on the job . . . 




an Iron Terp with impressive strength and speed numbers 
... forty time (4 54) and 315-pound power clean are both 
school records for a punter, while his bench press (350) is 
second all-time. 

2004 (Sophomore): Started all 11 games at punter ... a 

second team AII-ACC pick ... a Ray Guy Award semifinalist 
... seventh in the nation with a net punting average of 39.4 
... second in the ACC and 10th nationally with an average 
of 43.8 yards per punt ... dropped 33 percent (21) of his 
63 punts inside the opponents' 20-yard line ... (at VT) 
...averaged 43.3 yards on six punts with two downed inside 
the Hokies' 20-yard line and one within their 10-yard line ... 
had a 46-yard punt downed at Virginia Tech's 16-yard line 
in the second quarter ... longest punt of the night (47 yards) 
downed at the Hokies' nine-yard line in the fourth quarter ... 
(vs. FSU) ... punted eight times and averaged 45.0 yards 
per punt ... downed punts of 52, 44 and 37 yards inside 
the Flonda State 20 ... (at CUj ... punted seven times and 
averaged 40.6 yards per punt ... downed three kicks inside 
the Clemson 20, including a 45-yard punt downed on the 
Tigers' seven-yard line in the first quarter ... downed punts 
of 30 and 31 yards inside the Clemson 15 in the fourth 
quarter ... (vs. NCSU) ... averaged 45.2 yards on 11 punts 
with two punts downed inside the Wolfpacks 10-yard line 
had a career-long 70-yard punt in the second quarter that 
was downed on NC State's five-yard line ... 51-yard punt at 
the end of the third quarter was downed on the Wolfpacks 
seven-yard line ... (vs. GT) ... named ACC Special Teams 
Player of the Week ... had an outstanding game, averaging 
49.8 yards on nine punts with one punt downed within the 
Georgia Tech 10-yard line ... had a season-long 59-yard 
punt in the first quarter ... had a 39-yard punt downed on 
the Yellow Jacket nine-yard line in the second quarter ...(at 
WVU) ... averaged 46.5 yards on two punts ... had his first 
punt of the game downed on West Virginia's nine-yard line 
.. punt was also his longest of the day (49 yards) ... second 
punt went for 44 yards in the third quarter and was 
downed on the Mountaineers' 20-yard line ... 
(vs. NIUj ... averaged 48.7 yards on three 
punts ... first punt of the game went for 
47 yards and pinned Northern Illinois 
at their 15-yard line ... had a net 
average of 50 yards for the game. 

2003 (Redshirt Freshman): 

Starting punter for all 13 games... 

a second team AII-ACC selection 

. a Ray Guy Award semifinalist ... 

nnished the regular season second 

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 ... (at WFU) 

averaged 37.8 yards on four punts with two 

downed within the 20-yard line ... had one punt downed 

within the 10-yard line ... (at NCSUj ... averaged 46 yards 

on five punts ., had one downed inskje NC State's 20- 




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yard line ... longest punt of ttie night went for 57 yards in 
ttie first quarter ... (vs. UNC) ... averaged 38.5 yards on 
tiis two punts of ttie 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 ... (vs. 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 Duke's 2-yard line ... (vs. CU) 
... finished with seven punts for a 41-yard average ... three 
of his punts were downed within the 20-yard line and two 
within the 10 ... had one downed on Clemson's 1-yard line 
in the fourth quarter ... five of his seven punts were kicked 
into the wind ... (vs. WVU) ... only punt of the night traveled 
58 yards and was downed at West Virginia's 4-yard line ... 
(vs. The Citadel) ... his only punt of the game was for 60 
yards, and was downed within the 20-yard line ... forced two 
touchbacks on three kickoffs ... (at FSU) ... averaged 43.7 
yards per kick on seven punts for 306 yards ... his longest 
kick of the night was 52 yards ... had three punts downed 
within the 20-yard line ... fat NIU) ... was outstanding in his 
first game at the collegiate level, averaging 45.4 yards on 
his eight punts ... had four downed inside the 20-yard line 
and one inside the 10 ... his longest punt of the night was 
63 yards, longest by a Terp in over two years. 

2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 



High School: A three-year lettenAfinner and 2002 graduate 
of Pittsford Sutherland High School (near Rochester, N.Y.) 
... a three-year varsity starter who punted and kicked in 
addition to playing fullback and linebacker as a senior ... 
named first team all-state as a scholar-athlete by the New 
York coaches' association ... earned all-region honors from 
SuperPrep and first team all-state honors as a punter/kicker 
from the New York State Writers Association in 2001 after 
connecting on 4 of 6 field goal attempts (including kicks of 
47 and 37 yards) and punting for a 40.7-yard average ... in 
addition, 86 percent of his kickoffs resulted in touchbacks 
, , also totaled 92 tackles, five sacks, 638 rushing yards 
and nine touchdowns while playing on both sides of the 
ball . . . was selected first team All-Greater Rochester by the 
Roctiester Democrat & Chronicle and first team All-Monroe 
County ... helped Pittsford Sutherland to a Class 1 -Section 
5 fitle and a 7-3 overall record as a senior ... as a junior, was 
named first team all-county honorable mention All-Greater 
Rochester and sixth team all-state for a Class 1 -Section 
5 semifinalist ... was first team all-county and honorable 
mention All-Greater Rochester as a sophomore ... posted 
the fastest 200- (21.58) and 400-meter times (50.5) in the 
state as a junior .. . ran the third leg of the state title-winning 
4x100 relay team in 2000 ... also recruited by Penn State, 
Syracuse, Michigan State, Wisconsin and Stanford ... high 
school coach was Scott Barker. 





MBlRQHS^^iL'' m 



DAVE 



DANE 



QUAINTANCE RANDOLPH 




75 



Offensive Guard 
6-4 • 293 • Jr.-SO 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
(Archbishop Ryan HS) 

On Quaintance: Former defensive tackle who made the 
switch to offensive guard prior to 2004 ... will work on the 
right side. 

2004 (Sophomore): Did not see game action. 

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 starter at 
Archbishop Ryan High School in Philadelphia, Pa. ... 
also spent time at tight end and offensive guard as well 
... led team in sacks with 11 in 2001 ... also caught four 
passes for 27 yards ... lone TD was the game-winner over 
arch-rival George Washington (alma mater of Bruce Perry 
and Jafar Williams) in the season finale ... a first team 
all-state selection by the Associated 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 Pennsylvania's top 25 prospects by the Pittsburgh 
Post-Gazette ... an All-Northeast region selection by 
SuperPrep and an All-East region pick by PrepStar .was 
also recruited by Penn State, Purdue, Virginia Tech, Notre 
Dame, Virginia and West Virginia ... high school coach was 
Glen Galeone. 

Personal: David Quaintance was born November 7, 1983 
... son of Sallie and David Quaintance, Sr. ... majonng in 
cnminology and cnminal justice ... was a human basketball 
goal on the MTV show "I Bet You Will" in the summer of 
2002. 



Offensive Tackle 
6-5 • 274 • Fr.-RS 
Columbia, Md. 
(Wilde Lake HS) 

On Randolph: Redshirt freshman who made the switch to 
the offensive side of the ball this off-season ... has put on 
30 pounds since arriving last year ... coaches have been 
impressed with his progress in the short time he has been 
at tackle ... moves very well ... an Iron Terp who benched 
400 pounds and squatted 590 in the spring. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A two-year lettenAfinner and starter at Wilde 
Lake High School in Columbia, Md. ... primarily played 
defensive end but also started at offensive guard as a 
senior .... finished his career at WLHS with 157 tackles 
and 14 sacks in his two seasons ... recorded 85 tackles, 10 
TFLs, eight sacks and batted down five passes as a senior 
... a SuperPrep All-American and Mid-Atlantic region pick 
... a PrepStar All-American ... a second team All-Met 
selection by the Baltimore Sun as a senior ... all-county 
as a junior and senior ... team went 18-3 in his two years, 
winning the Howard County Conference Championship in 
2003 ... also competed in track three years and basketball 
two ... attended Sandalwood High School in Jacksonville. 
Fla., as a sophomore ... an early commit who also 
considered Penn State and Virginia ... high school coach 
was Douglass DuVall. 

Personal: Dane Randolph was born September 4, 1986 
son of Angela Randolph and Kevin Coley ... enrolled in the 
College of Letters and Sciences ... mother is an officer in 
the Navy stationed at Fort Meade ... has lived in Maryland. 
Florida, West Virginia, Canada and Portugal due to military 
background ... earned over a 3.2 GPA in high school. 



Personal: Adam Podlesh was born August 1 1 , 1 983 ... son 
of Jack and Jean Podlesh ... majoring in finance ... last 
name is pronounced "PAHD-lesh." 



Podlesh's Career Statistics 

Punting G-GS Punts Yds Avq 120 


no 


LP 


2003 13-13 53 2,241 42.3 22 


9 


63 


2004 11-11 63 2,755 43,7 21 


9 


70 


Career 24-24 116 4,996 43.1 43 


18 


70 




fmwr 

CHRIS 

ROBERTS 




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24 



Placekicker 
6-2 • 1 89 • So.-TR 
Fallston, Md. 
(John Carroll HS) 

On Roberts: First-year kicker with a big leg ... could 
compete (or kickoff duties . . . needs to work on his form but 
could compete in time ... did not play in 2004. 

2003 (Freshman @ K.C.): Spent one season at Kings 
College in Wilkes-Barre Pa. . . . handled some kickoff duties 
and had one punt for 32 yards . . . punt was downed inside 
the 20-yard line 

High School; A three-year lettetwinner at John Carroll High 
School in Bel Air, Md. ... also lettered in soccer, wrestling 
and track and field ... high school coach was Sean Ireton, 

Personal; Chnstopher Roberts was born January 21 , 1985 
... parents are Jeanne and John Roberts ... enrolled in the 
College of Letters and Sciences. 



LANDRY 

SAHA 



il7 



Free Safety 

5-11 • 199*So.-SO 

Rockville, Md. 

(Richard Montgomery HS) 

On Saha; Defensive back who walked-on in the spring of 
last year ... worked primarily on the defensive scout team 
... an Iron Terp who recorded a 330-pound bench and 520- 
pound squat in the spring. 

2004 (Redshirt Freshman): Did not see game action. 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 



High School: A three-year letterwinner at Richard 
(Montgomery High School in Rockville, (uld. ... started at DB 
as a senior and earned the team's Best Defensive Back 
Award ... was an honorable mention selection on The 
Montgomery Journal's all-county team .. team posted an 
11-1 record in 2001 ... also lettered in basketball and track, 
helping the track team to the 4x100 regional title in 2002 .., 
high school coach was Mike Bonavic. 

Personal: Landry Saha was bom (iflay 24, 1984 in 
Cameroon, Africa ... son of Rosaline and Daniel Saha ... 
an American studies major. 



OMARR 

SAVAGE 




98 



Defensive End 
6-5«262*So.-1V 
Piscataway, N.J. 
(Piscataway HS) 

On Savage; Third-year player who enters 2005 competing 
for a starting job at the njsh end spot ... has long arms 
and good size ... has shown signs of being an effective 
pass rusher ... moves well ... has improved on playing with 
his pads lower, something he struggled with when he first 
arrived at (Maryland. 

2004 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in six games ... 
posted four tackles (all solo) with a TFL and a sack ... 
(vs. FSU) ... posted his first career sack, stopping Wyatt 
Sexton for a two-yard loss ... (vs. TU) ... recorded three 
solo tackles, the first of his career and a season-high. 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A 2003 graduate of Piscataway (N.J.) 
High School ... a three-year starter at defensive end 
who also saw time as a starter at tight end in his final two 
seasons ... posted 147 career tackles ... had 57 tackles, 
30 tackles for loss, three sacks and one fumble recovery 
as a senior ... made 55 tackles, 12 for a loss, six sacks, 
three forced fumbles and two interceptions as a junior .., 
an all-state selection and Super 100 pick (New Jersey 
Coaches Association) in 2002 ... an all-region 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 150 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 bom January 27, 1985 
son of Sally and Abdullah Savage . . . majoring in aiminoir 
and criminal justice. 

Savage's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT n/Avg TFL Sacks Int 
2004 6-0 4 AlOJ 1.0-2 1.0-2 0-0 

BRAD 

SCHELL 




86 



Tight End 
6-5>256' Jr.-IV 
Spencerwille, Md. 
(Paint Branch HS) 

On Schell; Intelligent tight end seeking playing time in 
his fourth year in the program ... has added 36 pounds 
since arriving in 2002 ... hard wori(er ... suffered a broken 
collarbone in the spring game but should be healthy by the 
start of fall camp ... an Iron Terp who posted a 410-pounc 
bench and 590-pound squat in spring testing. 

2004 (Sophomore): Played in 10 games .,, did not record 
any statistics . . was used primarily on special teams. 

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 wori< in practice the week of the Georgia Tech 
game. 

2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A two-year letterwinner and starter at Paint 
Branch High School in Burtonsville, Md, ... caught 30 
passes for 486 yards and one touchdown as a senior ... 
top game was a six-catch, 98-yard, one-touchdown effort 
against Springbrook ... had 21 receptions for 342 yards 
and three TDs as a junior ... a first team all-state selection 
by the Associated Press as a senior ... also earned first 
team All-Met ( Washington Post] and all-county (PG Journal 
and Gazette newspapers) honors in 2001 . . . was a second 
team all-county pick as a junior ,,. a Mid-Atlantic all-region 
selection by SuperPrep who was dubbed the 13th-best 
player in the region by the publication ,. .rated the No, 3 
tight end and an All-Atlantic region choice of PrepStar ... 
team went 16-4 in his two years as a starter ... an ail- 
state selection as a defenseman in lacrosse ... was also 
recruited by Virginia Tech and Illinois ... high school coach 
was Bob Windsor 



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Personal: Bradley Schell was born January 12, 1984 ... 
son of William and Jerri Schell ., majoring in criminology 
and criminal justice ... interested in the fields of aviation 
and aerospace as a career ... came to IVIaryland partially 
because of its close proximity to the Goddard Space Flight 
Center. 



Schell's Career Statistics 

Receiving G-GS Rec Yards Avg TD 



LP 



2003 



2-0 











0.0 







2004 



10-0 











0.0 







Career 



12-0 



0.0 



ANDREW 

SCHMITT 




31 



Long Snapper 
6-1 • 226 • Fr.-RS 

Derry, Pa. 
(Derry Area) 

On Schmitt: Younger brother of recently-departed center 
Kyle Schmitt ... was working at strong safety but will focus 
his attention on long-snapping duties ... recorded a 510- 
pound squat in the spnng. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... named defensive 
scout team Player of the Week for his work in practice 
leading up to the West Virginia game. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner at Derry Area 
High School in Derry, Pa. ... two-way player started at 
five different positions over his career ... was a Keystone 
Conference All-Star ... played quarterback at the Foothills 
Football Classic ... three-year starter and lettenwinner on 
the basketball and volleyball teams, as well ... a first team 
all-section and second team all-district setter in volleyball 
... high school coach was Jim Paul. 

Personal: Andrew Schmitt was born June 2, 1985 ... 
parents are Tina and Ed Schmitt ... brother, Kyle, played 
for the Terps from 2000-04 and is now in the NFL with 
the Minnesota Vikings ... majonng in geography and GIS 
cartography. 



JERIS 

SMITH 



JOEL 

STATHAM 




16 



Linebaclier 
6-2 • 236 • Jr.-SO 
Eidersburg, Md. 
(Liberty HS) 

On Smith: Linebacker who worked primarily with the scout 
team in his first two years with the team ... performed well 
enough in spring of last year to get consideration at the 
"Sam" spot but missed most of the season due to injury 
(fractured right fibula then a stress fracture in his left ankle) 
... not lightning-quick but very instinctive and a good 
tackier 

2004 (Sophomore): Saw action in one game (at Duke) but 

did not record any statistics. 

2003 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in one game (The 
Citadel) ... 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 at Liberty High 
School ... was a two-time All-Carroll County selection ... 
as a senior in 2001, he led his team with 112 total tackles, 
including 75 unassisted stops, despite missing time with 
an injury in the first part of the season ... a second team 
All-Central Maryland Conference selection ... played 
linebacker as a senior after playing defensive end as a 
sophomore and junior , . . also played basketball. 

Personal: Jeris Smith was born August 11, 1984 ... son of 
Kevin and Thelma Smith ... majonng in African American 
studies. 

Smith's Career Statistics 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT AT n/Avq 


TFL 


Sacks 


Int 


2003 


1-0 


1 1 2/2.0 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 


2004 


1-0 


0/0.0 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 
0.0-0 


0-0 


Career 


2-0 


1 1 2/1.0 


0.0-0 


0-0 



Ouarterbacic 
6-2«219* Jr.-2V 
Chatsworth, Ga. 
(Murray County HS) 

On Statham: Player who will be battling for the starting job 
again in 2005 ... an athletic player with all of the essential 
tools to be successful ... struggled at times and looked very 
good at others ... left spring just behind Sam Hollenbach on 
the depth chart .. . simply needs the success he sees on the 
practice field to translate on game day ... an Iron Terp who 
recorded a 300-pound bench press and 565-pound squat 
in spring testing. 

2004 (Sophomore): Started every game except the 
season finale ... finished 126-for-234 for 1,590 yards, eight 
touchdowns and 15 interceptions ... also rushed 62 times 
for 87 yards and a TD ... (vs. FSU) ... completed a career- 
high 21-for-40 passes for 333 yards and a touchdown ... 
also ran for his first career touchdown ... stayed in the 
pocket under pressure in his own end zone to hit Vernon 
Davis for a 26-yard gain in the first quarter ... hit Davis in 
stnde for a 33-yard gain to convert a 3rd-and-12 in the 
second quarter ... rushing touchdown was just the second 
allowed by FSU all season ... hit Josh Allen out of the 
backfield for a 72-yard touchdown early in the third quarter 
... (al Duke) ... completed 22-of-37 passes for a career- 
high 362 yards with four touchdowns and three INTs 
also rushed for 24 yards ... 22 completions and four TD's 
were also career-highs... hit Davis in stnde while being 
pressured for a 12-yard touchdown pass late in the first half 
... hit Rich Parson in stride on a slant pattern for 24 yards, 
setting up Nick Novak's 47-yard field goal at the end of the 
first half ... connected with Davis on a five-yard out pattern 
that Davis turned into a 40-yard touchdown eariy in the 
third quarter ... hit Parson on a comeback route for a 25- 
yard touchdown in the third quarter ... (vs. TU) ... finished 
18-of-25 for 268 yards ... threw the first touchdown pass 
of his career in the first quarter, threading a ball between 
two defenders in order to connect with Jo Jo Walker in the 
end zone for a 12-yard play ... used a pump fake to freeze 
Derrick Fenner's defender, allowing him to break free into 
the end zone, where Statham connected with him for a 14- 
yard touchdown ... (vs. NIU) ... started the first game of 
his collegiate career ... went 12-for-22 with one interception 
and 169 yards passing. 

2003 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in six games 
most significant action came as McBrien's replacement 
at Georgia Tech ... finished the season 12-for-25 for 156 
yards and one interception ... {vs. UNC) ... completed 
one of his two passing attempts .. pass was an 11-yara 
completion to Vernon Davis in the fourth quarter ... [at GT] 



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showed a glimpse of his ability early in his career when he 

recorded the longest run from scrimmage in school history 

as a freshman, going 98 yards for a touchdown vs 

Ringgold High School ... also played basketball 

and baseball ... led his basketball team in 

sconng as a junior and senior ... a 

pitcher/outfielder for the baseball 

team ... also recruited by 

Auburn, Wake Forest. Western 

Michigan, IVIiddle Tennessee 

and Georgia ...high school 

coach was Bill Napier 

PersonalJoelStatham 
was born April 23. 
1984 ... son of Mark 
Statham and Denise 
Bartley...majonngin 
family studies ... last 
name is pronounced 
STATE-um." 




... came in during the second quarter to replace the injured 
Scott McBrien ... finished 11-of-23 for 145 yards with one 
interception ... hung tough in the face of a relentless pass 
msh all game ... longest completion of the night was a 35- 
yard pass to Steve Suter on a crossing route in the middle 
of the field. 

2002 (Freshman): Redshirl season. 

High School: A four-year lettenAflnner at Mun'ay County 
High School in Chatsworlh, Ga. ... led his high school to 
more victories (19) in a two-year period than any other 
QB in school history ... njshed for more than 1,000 yards 
as a senior ... as a senior in 2001, he accounted for 18 
touchdowns (nine mshing, nine passing) while throwing for 
890 yards and aishing for 820 yards ... was a SuperPrep 
all-region choice in addition to being selected to the 
prestigious Georgia-Flonda All-Star game (top 35 players 
from each state) ... also was selected All-North Georgia 
by the Chattanooga News Free-Press and all-area by the 
Dalton Daily Citizen-News ... selected his team's Player of 
the Year after helping guide his team to a 9-3 record and 
the second round of the Class 4-A playoffs ... as a junior in 
2000. he rushed for 1,074 yards and 13 touchdowns while 
passing for 882 yards and 1 1 TDs . . . was selected his team 
MVP as a junior ... was his teams starting receiver as a 
sophomore and the teams four-year starting punter 



Statham's Career Statistics 

Passing G-GS Att Comp Int Yds Pet TD 



LP 



2003 


6-0 


25 


12 


1 


156 


.480 


35 


2004 


10-10 


234 


126 


15 


1,590 


.538 8 


72 


Career 


16-10 


259 


138 


16 


1,746 


.533 8 


72 


Rushing 


G-GS 




Att 


Net 


Avq 


TD 


LP 


2003 


W) 




9 


(-17) 


(-1.9) 





4 


2004 


10-10 




62 


87 


1.4 


1 


24 


Career 


16-10 




71 


70 


0.9 


1 


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JORDAN 

STEFFY 




19 



Quarterbaclc 
6-1 >222*So.-1V 
Leoia, Pa. 
(Conestoga Valley HS) 

On Steffy: Second-year quarterback who missed spring 
due to injury (knee, right am) ... if he can return and step 
right in, he could become a challenger for the starting job 
... an intelligent, athletic quarterback ... has a strong arm 
and throws a very nice ball ... an elusive runner . . . comfort 
in the system will play a large role in determining his role ... 
benched 345 pounds in spring testing. 

2004 (Freshman): Played in six games ... completed 12 
of 32 passes for 132 yards ... (at UVa) ... came in late in 
the fourth quarter, completing 2 of 6 passes for 48 yards 
... connected with Vernon Davis across the middle for a 
43-yard completion, the longest of his career ... (vs. GV, 
... came in during the third quarter and completed 5 of 9 
passing attempts for 38 yards ... hit Steve Suter along 
the right sideline on a 3rd-and-8 for 13 yards and a first 
down in the third quarter ... connected with Davis for a 
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quarter, leading the Terps down the field where they scored 
their only touchdown of the game ... (vs. TU) ... made his 
debut at the collegiate level, entering the game late in the 
third quarter ... rushed for three yards on two carnes and 
attempted three passes ... scrambled to pick up 14 yards 
on a run in the fourth quarter 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and starter at 
Conestoga Valley High School in Lancaster, Pa. ... took 
over the starting job midway through his freshman year 
(started that season at wide receiver) ... was 397-for- 
654 (60.7%) for 5,587 yards with 51 touchdowns and 25 
interceptions for his career ... last two seasons were his best 
as he completed 283 of 447 passes for 3,781 yards and 34 
TDs with only 13 interceptions ... rushed for 929 yards and 
22 touchdowns in his career ... a SuperPrep Ail-American 
and all-Northeast region selection ... an all-region pick by 
PrepStar ... first team all-section as a junior and second 
team as a senior ... named his section's Offensive Back of 
the Year as a junior ... also honorable mention all-state as 
a senior ... led his school to the District III championship 
game after taking over as the starting QB midway through 
his freshman season ... a four-year lettenA/inner in 
basketball ... is just the second player in school history to 
record 1,000 points in his career ... was recruited by Penn 
State, Clemson, Virginia Tech and Michigan State ... high 
school coach was Gerald Novak. 

Personal: Jordan Steffy was born September 26, 1985 ... 
son of Shari Steffy-Long and Arnie Long ... an excellent 
bowler (best game is a 243), his grandmother owns the 
local lanes ... volunteers in his free time with the Special 
Olympics ... enrolled in the College of Letters and 
Sciences. 



Steffy's Career Statistics 

Passing G-GS Att Comp Int Yds 


Pet TD 


LP 


2004 6-0 32 12 


1 


132 


375 


43 


Rushing G-GS Att 


Net 


Avq 


TD 


LP 


2004 6-0 24 


(-31) 


(-1.3) 





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RICHARD 

TAYLOR 




24 



Comerbaclt 
5-10* 189«Fr.-RS 
Centreviiie, Va. 
(Centreville HS) 

On Taylor: Second-year player who will work at comerback 
after starting at safety last season ... missed most of last 
season with a shoulder injury ... an Iron Terp ... ran a 4.45 
In the 40-yard dash with a 315-pound bench, 530-pound 
squat and 38-inch vertical jump. 



2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and two-year 
starter at Centreville (Va.) High School ... played tailback, 
cornerback and outside linebacker ... in nine games, 
rushed for 1,452 yards (161.3 ypg) and 16 touchdowns ... 
also had two receiving TDs ... rushed for over 750 yards 
in six games as a junior, but moved to OLB in the last four 
games to help a depleted defense ... 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 
Michael's "Golden 11" team ... a Mid-Atlantic all-region pick 
by SuperPrep ... also an all-region selection by PrepStar 
... 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 ... brothers played football 
at Purdue (Curtis) and South Carolina State (Steve) ... 
enrolled in the College of Letters and Sciences. 



JAIMIE 

THOMAS 




76 



Offensive Guard 
6-4 • 327 • Fr.-RS 
Harrisburg, Pa. 
(Bisiiop McDevitt HS) 

On Thomas: Second-year guard who is expected to be 
a fixture on the Terp offensive front for years to come ... 
very physical, athletic player ... has learned quickly in his 
short time ... has a 78-inch wingspan ... will compete for the 
starting job at left guard . . . recorded the second-best squat 
(655 pounds) among offensive linemen in spring testing. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... offensive scout 
team Player of the Week for his work in practice the week 
of the Northern Illinois game. 

High School: A three-year lettenwinner and starter at 
Bishop McDevitt High School in Harrisburg, Pa. ... played 
offensive tackle all three years while spending significant 
time at defensive tackle as a junior and senior ... 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 state's 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 a junior and senior ... an honorable-mention 
pick by PrepStar ... lettered three years in basketball ... 
also recruited by Notre Dame, Tennessee and Penn State 
... high school coach was Jeff Weachter. 

Personal: Jaimie Thomas was bom August 22, 1986 ... 
son of Jerome and Chariey 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 ... enrolled in the College of Letters 
and Sciences. 

CHRISTIAN 




3 



Free Safety 

5-11 'igs'Sc-iv 

Baltimore, Md. 
<Randaiistown HS) 

On Varner: Player whose hard work last season paid off in 
what will likely be a starting role at one of the safety positions 
... saw the playing field increasingly as 2004 progressed . . . 
played pnmarily in nickel and dime situations ... a heady 
instinctive player who has dramatically improved his speed 
and strength since his arrival at Maryland ... a big hitter ... 
added 15 pounds since the start of last year. 

2004 (Freshman): Saw action in all 11 games ... ACC 
All-Freshman by The Sporting News ... was one of two 
true freshman to have played in every game ... posted 
17 tackles (13 solo) and two pass breakups ... (vs. FSU} 
... had one tackle and a PBU ... tipped away a third-down 
pass to force a 45-yard field goal attempt, which was no 
good, late in the fourth quarter ... pass would have found 
an open Chauncy Stovall in the end zone if it hadn't been 
tipped away ... (at CU) ... recorded a career-high six tackles 
(five solo) ... (vs.TU) ... notched two solo tackles ... (vs 
NtU) ... made his collegiate debut, making one solo tackle 
and recording a PBU. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and three-year 
starter at Randallstown (Md.) High School ... saw action at 
cornerback, quarterback, wide receiver, safety and tailback 
in his career ... 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 passing 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 10 
touchdowns ... also notched three interceptions from his 



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free safety position as a junior ... a SuperPrep Ail-American 
and Mid-Atlantic all-region selection , , . named first team ail- 
state by the Associated Press ... first team All-Met by the 
Ballimore Sun ... was all-city and all-county as a junior and 
senior ... team went 1 2-2, making its way to the state 3A-4A 
semifinals ... also a four-year lettenA/inner 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: Chnstian Vamer was bom November 20, 1985 
... son of Donna Varner . . . enrolled in the College of Letters 
and Sciences ... nicknamed "Bam Bam' by his mother 
when he was in sixth grade for being a small player who 
made big hits on the football field. 



Valuer's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT n/Avfl TFL Sacks 



Int 



2004 



11-0 13 4 17/1.5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 



JO JO 

WALKER 




9 



Wide Receiver 
5-9*1 69 'Sr.-aV 
Carrollton, Texas 
(Creelnriew HS) 

On Walker: Speedy receiver who will get a shot to play 
outside and in the slot this season ... one of the quickest 
players on the team ... has the stop/start ability that few 
players possess ... leading candidate to 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 ... had a great spnng ... an Iron Terp 
with a 35-inch vertical jump, 4.43 time in the 40-yard dash 
and a 315-pound bench. 

2004 (Junior): Played in 10 games, starting three and 

missing one due to injury (concussion) ... finished the 

season fifth on the team in receiving with 14 catches for 

1 39 yards and a TD . . . also rushed four times for 46 yards 

and returned 11 kicks for 203 yards (18.5 avg.) ...(at UVa) 

... gained a career-high 112 yards on four kickoff returns 

while making one reception for 19 yards ... returned the 

opening kickoff for a career-long 39 yards after finding 

a seam up the middle ... returned a kickoff for 26 

yards after speeding up the left sideline in the 

second quarter ... (vs. FSU) ... caught four 

passes for 36 yards and ran twice for 

42 yards ... took a reverse up the 

left sideline for a 35-yard gain in 

the second quarter ... (at Duke} 

... caught two passes for a 

season-high 38 yards ... took 

a fourth-quarter pass from 

Joel Statham 37 yards up 

the left sideline to move 

the Terps into Duke 

territory ... (vs. TUj ... had 

one reception for 12 yards 

and a touchdown, while 

carrying the ball once for 

six yards ... touchdown 

was a leaping grab in the 

first quarter and was the 

Terps' first receiving TD of the 

season. 

2003 (Sophomore): Saw action in 

all 13 games. ..third on the team with 
23 receptions for 324 yards and three 
touchdowns ... also had four carries four 
11 yards, returned six kicks for 135 yards and 
nine punts for 122 yards ... (Gator Bowl vs. WVU) 
had three receptions for 51 yards and a touchdown 



TD was a 14-yard effort:/ 

NCSUj ... finished with a career-high six receptions total!- 
57 yards and one touchdown ... touchdown came midw^ 
through the fourth quarter and pulled the Terps within 
touchdown ... (vs. UNC) ... recorded a career-high ■ 
receiving yards on three catches ... scored his first care' 
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. Duke) ... 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, showing 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 defenders to gain 36 yards ... finished with 
two receptions ... (at FSU) ... led the Terps in receptions 
with four as well as receiving yards with 41 ... his four 
receptions and 41 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 
McBnen ., 
(at NtU) ... 
returned six 
punts for 53 
yards in his 
first game 
as the Terps' 








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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 17 
yards ... {Peach Bowl vs. UJ) ... had two receptions for 
27 yards ... had nice runs after both catches ... (vs. GT) ... 
had one reception for a season-long 22 yards ... (vs. EMU) 
... had a 28-yard kickoff retum in the second half ... had 
first career carry for three yards ... (vs. Akron) ... made first 
career reception for six yards ... (vs. Noire Dame) ... saw 
action on kick returns in his first collegiate game. 

High School: A two-year letterwinner and starter at 
Creekview High School in Carrollton, Texas ... played free 
safety ... led his high school in tackles and interceptions 
both seasons ., as a senior, had 112 total tackles, 
five interceptions, seven pass breakups and three 
fumble recoveries ... as a junior, totaled 111 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 state's highest classification, 
including an 8-3 mark and a spot in the distnct 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 Walker was born January 6, 1983 ... 
son of Barbara Walker and Louis McDonald ... majohng in 
criminology and criminal justice. 



Walker's Career Statistics 

Receiving G-GS Rec Yds Avg 


ID 


Long 


2002 


10-0 


4 


55 


13.8 





22 


2003 


13-0 


23 


324 


14.1 


3 


45 


2004 


10-3 


14 


139 


9.9 


1 


37 


Career 


33-3 


41 


518 


13.6 


4 


45 


Kickoff Ret. G-GS 


Ret. 


Yds. 


Avg. 


TD 


Long 


2002 


10-0 


3 


69 


23.0 





28 


2003 


13-0 


6 


135 


22.5 





28 


2004 


10-3 


11 


203 


18.5 





39 


Career 


33-3 


20 


407 


20.4 





39 


Punt Ret. 


G-GS 


Ret. 


Yds. 


Avg. 


TD 


Long 


2002 


10-0 








0.0 





- 


2003 


13-0 


9 


122 


13.6 





36 


2004 


10-3 


1 


(-2) 


(-2.0) 





(-2) 


Career 


33-3 


10 


120 


12.0 





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DREW 

WEATHERLY 




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Wide Receiver 
6-4*210* Jr.-2V 
Georgetown, Dei. 
(Sussex Central HS) 

On Weatherly: Third-year junior who will start camp 
working at the "X" receiver spot but could see playing time 
at "Z" as well ... has a shot at a starting job ... has the 
combination of size and speed that few collegiate receivers 
possess ... has good hands ... at 6-4, ran a 4.51 in the 40- 
yard dash in spring testing with a 40-inch vertical jump and 
345-pound bench, tops among receivers. 




2004 (Sophomore): Played in eight games ... posted 
nine receptions for 103 yards ... (vs. FSU) ... caught two 
passes for a season-best 25 yards ... caught a ball thrown 
behind him and hung on after taking a hit to pick up a first 
down in the first quarter ... took a Statham pass, turned and 
extended past the chains to pick up a first down late in the 
first half ... (al Duke) ... caught two passes for 22 yards ... 
caught a Statham pass near the left sideline for a 10-yard 
gain and a first down in the second quarter ... (vs. TU) ... 
caught two passes for a total of 21 yards ... eight-yard grab 
in the second quarter was the first reception of his career. 

2003 (Freshman): Saw the field as a reserve, playing in 
four games ... one of five true freshmen to play in as many 
as four games ... finished with one carry for one yard ... 
(vs. Duke) ... recorded his first career rushing attempt as he 



took an end-around from Joel Statham in the fourth quarter 
for a gain of one yard ... (vs. WVU) ... first game seeing 
playing time at WR. 

High School: A three-year lettenivinner and starter at 
Sussex Central High School in Georgetown, Del. ... played 
wide receiver and free safety ... had 24 receptions for 
415 yards with six touchdowns as a senior ... also had 
three rushing touchdowns and one kickoff return for a 
TD despite missing a game-and-a-half with a high ankle 
sprain ... posted a career-high four interceptions in 2002 
... had a breakout junior season in which he caught 26 
passes for 585 yards and nine touchdowns while rushing 
for another 300 yards and three TDs ... returned four kicks 
tor touchdowns as a junior as well ... named the Gatorade 
state Player of the Year as a senior ... second team all- 
state as a senior and first team as a junior ... first team 
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 made the playoffs 
all three years he was a starter but had never made it pnor 
to his arrival ... also competed in basketball ... was also 
recruited by Iowa, Oregon, Virginia Tech and Penn State 
high school coach was John Wells. 

Personal: Andrew Weatherly was born April 28, 1984 
... son of Andrew Brown and li^argarette Weatheriy , 
majoring in family studies. 

Weatherly's Career Statistics 

Receiving G-GS Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Lon g 
2003 4-0 0.0 - 



2004 



8-0 



103 



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CHRIS 

WILLIAMS 




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Defensive Back 
6-0* 184*Sr.-Sa 
Olney, Md. 
(Magruder HS) 

On Williams: Player in his final year who will work with the ^ 
defensive scout team. 

2004 (Junior): Did not see game action. m 

High School: A three-year lettenwinner at Magruder High 
School in Rockville, Md. ... played cornerback. running 
back, wide receiver and punt and kick returner ... had 650 
yards rushing, 148 receiving and eight interceptions in six 
games before being sidelined by injury the remainder of the 
2000 season ... led team in receptions with 17 as a junior 
... was an All-Jouma/ Coaches' Pick, all-county and All-Mel 



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Conference 4A selection ^ . defensive MVP as a senior 
was also a sprinter on the track team , , , high school coach 
was Tony Nazzaro. 

Personal: Chns Williams was born Hilay 6, 1983 . . . parents 
are Joan and Vaughn Williams ... an economics major. 

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Center 

6-2*317*Fr.-RS 
Washington, D.C. 
(DeMatha HS) 

On Williams: One of three freshmen linemen from last 
year (Burley and Thomas the others) to likely impact the 
two-deep in their second year ... listed as the backup to 
Andrew Crummey at center entering the season but has 
shown tremendous talent and will get a serious look for the 
job ... has impressed coaches with his strength and work 
ethic ... moves very well ... recorded a 610-pound squat in 
spring testing, 

2004 (Freshman); Redshirt season ... offensive scout team 
plaver of the year , earned scout team Player of the Week 
for his work in practice the week of the NC State, Florida 
State and Virginia Tech games (three of the season's final 
six games). 

High School: A two-year letterwinner and starter at 
DeMatha Catholic High School in Hyattsville, Md. ... 
went to DeMatha to play basketball but finished his prep 
career as the school's top offensive lineman ... switched 
from basketball to football pnor to his junior season and 
ultimately played offensive 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 The Wash/ngfon Poi{ and the Pigskin Club as 
a senior ... also earned first team All-WCAC, all-county 
and All-6azeffe honors in 2003 ... named a Mid-Atlantic 
all-region pick by SuperPrep ... also an all-region selection 
by PrepStar ... DeMatha finished 03 as the states No. 1 
team and the 14th-ranked team in the nation by USA Today 
... was in the basketball program two years ... an earty 
commit who was also recruited by Pittsburgh and Virginia 
Tech . . high school coach was Bill McGregor. 

Personal: Edwin Williams. Jr.. was bom December 10, 
1986 ... son of Edwin and Cheron Williams ... enrolled in 
the College of Letters and Sciences. 



JOSH 

WILSON 




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Comerback 
5-10 • 182 'Jr^V 
Upper Marlboro, Md. 
(DeMatha HS) 

On Wilson: Defensive back who will vie for postseason 
honors in his second year as a starter ... an intelligent 
player with very good speed, quickness and one-on-one 
cover skills ... plays with attitude ... will get a shot at 
returning punts this year ... ran a 4.40 in the 40-yard dash 
in spring testing ... an Iron Terp who also posted a 40-inch 
vertical jump, 340-pound bench and 475-pound squat ... 
40 time last year (4.35) was the third-best ever recorded by 
a Maryland defensive back ... ran sprints for the Maryland 
track team in the spring 



WR Nate Morion to ensurp an incompletion on WaKe's fir.al 
play of the game ... fal VT) ... notched three solo tackles 
with one PBU .. had good coverage downfield and neaily 
made an interception on a pass in the second quarter . (a( 
UVa) ... set a career high with seven tackle<; I'lhrfp ■^oio) 
and forced one fumble ... forced fumble w^ it 

on Alvin Pearman in the first quarter, jarring hk aaii loose 
... (vs. FSU) ... made his first career start at comerback and 
finished with four tackles and a QB hurry ... blitzed from his 
comerback position to hit QB Wyatt Sexton as he threw 
and forced an incomplete pass late in the third quarter ... 
(vs. NtUj ... recorded two tackles (one solo) and forced one 
fumble ... sped downfield on a kickoff and hit the NIU return 
man to knock the ball loose at the start of the second half 
... the forced fumble was the first of his career and led to a 
Maryland touchdown. 

2003 (Freshman): Saw action in 11 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 comerback in addition to retuming 
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 11" all-star team and was a 
SuperPrep all-region selection ... versafile 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 




2004 

(Sophomore): 

Played in all 11 

games, starting 

the last four 

... finished the 

season with 27 

tackles (13 solo), 

two pass breakups 

and five QB hurries 

... tied for second in 

the ACC and second on 

the team with two forced 

fumbles ... tied for third on 

the team with four QB hunies 

(vs. WFU) ... made his fourth start 

of the season and had three tackles 

... had a nice block on a Steve Suter punt 

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game as a senior ... also ran track at DeMatha, wtiere tie 
was a part of a sctiool record-setting 4x100 relay team ... 
also considered Clemson, Syracuse, Nortti Carolina, NC 
State and Soutti Carolina ... higti sctiool coacti was Bill 
McGregor. 

Personal: Jostiua Wilson was born Marcti 11, 1985 ... son 
of Valanda and Timottiy Wilson ... tiis father lettered as a 
fullback in football at Maryland from 1974-76 (the Terps 
won ACC titles all three years) ... majoring in marketing 
... mom is currently enrolled at the school of business at 
Maryland. 

Wilson's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT n TFL Sacks Int 



2003 11-0 2 


2/0.2 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 


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2004 11-4 13 


14 27/2.5 


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Career 22-4 15 


14 29/1.3 


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MARCUS 

WIMBUSH 




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Strong Safety 
5-11 •205* Jr.-1V 
Wasiiington, D.C. 
(Dunbar HS) 

On Wimbush: Hard-hitting safety who will be in a battle for 
the starting job at strong safety ... a very sure tackier and 
one of the most physical players on the defensive side of 
the ball ... did not test in strength events in the spring but 
ran a 4.63 in the 40-yard dash and recorded a 38 '/a-inch 
vertical jump. 

2004 (Sophomore): Saw action in one game (Duke) ... 
did not record any statistics ... missed three games due 
to injury (fractured right thumb) ... named scout team 
Player of the Week for his work in practice the week of the 
Clemson game. 



2003 (Redshirf Freshman): Played in three games . 
not record any statistics. 



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

High School: A three-year lettenA/inner at Dunbar High 
School in Washington, D.C. ... in his three-year career 
at DHS, he totaled 20 interceptions, 198 tackles and 12 
caused fumbles ... named The Washington Post Defensive 
Player of the Year as a senior in 2000 ... tabbed by the Post 
as one of the Washington area's hardest hitters ... was a 
SuperPrep All-America selection who totaled 58 tackles. 



three interceptions and caused four fumbles as a senior ... 
rated the 13th-best defensive back in the country and fifth- 
best player overall in the Mid-Atlantic Region by SuperPrep 
... team went 9-3 and won its third straight DCIAA 
championship in 2000 ... was a preseason Mid-Atlantic all- 
region choice by PrepStar ... named to George Michael's 
"Golden 11' All-Star team as a senior ... totaled more than 
100 tackles, nine interceptions and 10 pass breakups as 
a junior in captuhng All-Met and all-league recognition ... 
was also recruited by Pittsburgh and Michigan State ... high 
school coach was Craig Jefferies. 

Personal: Marcus Wimbush was born November 1, 1982 
... son of Jacqueline and Jessie Smith ... biological father 
is Fredenck Wimbush ... majoring in criminology and 
criminal justice. 




DOMMIE 

WOODS 




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Offensive Guard 
6-4 •292 'So.- IV 
Dade City, Fia. 
(Thomas Jefferson HS) 

On Woods: Third-year player who is listed as the starter 
at left guard heading into the fall ... a smart football player 
... played well in spot duty last year, making few mistakes 
for a young lineman ... one of the most highly-touted prep 
linemen in the nation before suffering a knee injury his 
senior year of high school. 

2004 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in eight games, 
starting the season finale ... posted four "big blocks" while 
committing just two penalties and three missed assignments 
in 177 offensive plays ... [vs. WFU) ... first career start ... 
tied for the highest grade among lineman, posting two "big 
blocks" with no penalties, sacks or missed assignments. 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season . . . offensive scout team 
Player of the Week for his work leading up to the Eastem 
Michigan game . . . joined the team at the Peach Bowl at the 
close of 2002, as he graduated from high school early. 

High School: A four-year starter and lettenA/inner at 
Thomas Jefferson High School in Tampa, Fla. ... started 
at offensive and defensive tackle ... played his first two 
years at Pasco High School in Dade City, Fla. ... tore the 
anterior cruciate ligament in his knee in practice prior to 
the sixth game of his senior season, but still managed first 
team all-state honors in class 4A ... returned a fumble for 
a touchdown as a freshman defensive tackle at Pasco ... 
was a second team All-Gridiron pick which is the all-state 
team in Florida that encompasses all players, regardless of 



their school's classification ... a PrepSfar and SuperPrep 
Ail-American ... first team all-county by the Tampa Tribune 
and St. Petersburg Times ... first team all-conference and 
all-county as a junior and senior ... rated as Hillsborough 
County's top offensive lineman after his junior year by the 
Tampa Tribune ... Tampa Jefferson team went 13-2 in 
2002, losing in the state finals ... school had nine Division 
I prospects his senior season ... high school teammate of 
fellow Terp recruit Jermaine Lemons ... Jefferson went 24- 
4 in his final two seasons ... competed in track (shot and 
discus), weightlifting and wrestling ... was also recruited 
by Florida State, Tennessee, Oklahoma and LSU ... high 
school coach was Mike Simmonds. 

Personal: Donald Woods was born January 27, 1984, in 
Dade City, Fla. ... son of Don and Donna Woods ... father 
played on two Florida state championship basketball 
teams ... brother, Brian, is an assistant coach at Jefferson 
and played college football at Ole Miss in 1994 & '95 ... 
grandfather, Lester Bales, was a pitcher in the Cleveland 
Indians organization . . . majoring in criminology and criminal 
justice ... one of 10 children in his family (has six sisters, 
three brothers). 

DURRELL 

WOOTEN 




Wide Receiver 
6-0«177*So.-SO 
Landover, Md. 
(C.H. Flowers HS) 

On Wooton: Second-year wideout who will work with the 
offensive scout team. 

2004 (Freshman): Did not see game action. 

High School: Four-year lettenA/inner at C.H. Flowers High 
School in Springdale, Md. ... saw time at wide receiver and 
defensive back ... helped team to 8-3 mark in 2003 ... also 
lettered in track and field ... high school coach was Michael 
Mayo. 

Personal: Durrell Wooten was born February 9, 1985 
... parents are Alesia Wilson and Grayin Woolen ... a 
member of the Young Democrats at Maryland ... majoring 
in computer science. 






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MELVIN ALAEZE 

Defensive End •6-2 • 280 • Fr. 
Baltimore. Md, 
(Randallstown HS) 



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High School: A two-year lettewinner and starter at Randall- 
stown (Md ) High School .. transferred from Calvert Hall after 
his sophomore season versatile athlete who saw action at 
defensive end. defensive tackle, tight end. fullback, tailback, 
punter and handling kickoff duties .. posted 110 tackles. 18,5 
sacks, and 30.5 tackles for loss as a senior ,,, also ran for 351 
yards and four touchdowns, caught 1 7 passes for 257 yards and 
four TDs while averaging nearly 40 yards per punt . . registered 
50 tackles and 16 sacks as a junior while rushing for one TO and 
catching another earned nearly every honor imaginable as 
a senior a Parade All-Amencan first team All-Amencan by 
USA Today consensus first team all-slate and All-lvletro Defen- 
sive Player of the Year (Baltimore Sun) ,, was ranked as the No, 
1 defensive end in the country by ESPN, corn's Tom Lemming 
and by Rivals, com ,,, named to PrepStar's Top 100 Dream Team 
and was that publication's No 19 player in the nation, regard- 
less of position ., named a SuperPrep All-Amencan and Elite 
50 selection who was that publication's second-rated defensive 
line prospect in the nation , , , rated the 1 3th-best player overall by 
RIvalscom ,.. played in and was the defensive MVP of the US 
Amy All-Amencan Bowl for the East squad ,, a second team 
all-state selection who was also f rst team All-Metro (Baltimore 
Sun), all-division and all-county as a junior ,,. also competed 
two years in basketball ... ran a 4.54 time in the 40-yard dash 
at the Nike combine at Penn State in May 2004 . . team made 
state semifinals his junior year teammate of fellow recruit 
Jaman McCollough ,, got offers from 55 schools with Virginia 
Tech, Miami (Fla). Southern California and Ohio State on his 
final list ... high school coach was Albert Howard, 

Personal: Melvin Alaeze was born May 25, 1987 ... is the 
son of Dinma and Theresa Alaeze ... last name is pronounced 
uh-LEEZ IS of Nigenan descent. 



JEFF ALLEN 

Safety -6-1 • 190 • Fr. 
Woodbridge. Va. (Deli/latha HS) 



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High School: A three-year letterwinner and two-year starter at 
DeMatha High School in Hyattsville. Md. ... a versatile athlete 
who played tailback, safety and retumed kicks ... rushed 133 
times for 1 . 1 28 yards and 1 5 touchdowns as a senior . . . averaged 
106-3 yanjs per game and 8.5 yards percan7 ... also recorded 
54 tackles and four interceptions ... rushed for 85 yards and 
tvro TDs in WCAC championship game ,. ran for over 800 
yards with eight touchdowns as a junior ... a consensus first 
team all-state pick as a defensive back .,, first team All-Metro 
(Washington Post). All-WCAC and all-county ... selected to play 
in the Good Samantan Bowl all-star game ... named to George 
Michael's Golden 11 team . , a Superi^rep All-Amencan .. an 
All-East region selection by PrepStar ... team won state his last 
two years and was 22-1 in that time . . . also lettered two years in 
track ... an earty commitment who was also recruited by Virginia 
Tech high school coach was Bill McGregor. 

Personal: Jeffrey Allen Jr was bom November9. 1986 ... son of 
Jeff and Jean Allen , . father and two uncles also played football 
at DeMatha ... traveled over one hour each way to school every 
' day from Woodbridge. Va 



NOLAN CARROL 

Wide Receiver • 6-1 • 185 • Fr. 
Green Cove Springs, Fla. (Clay HS) 



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High School: A three-year lettenwnner and starter at Clay 
High School in Green Cove Springs, Fla . . missed most of his 
senior year after suffenng a broken leg in game two of 2004 . , . 
still named to the Florida Times Union's Super 11 and Super 
24 teams . an All-Southeast region selection by PrepStar . . an 
All-Dixie region pick by SuperPrep . timed at 4 48 in the 40-yard 
dash at the Nike combine in Atlanta recorded a 39-inch vertical 
jump and benched 1 85-pounds 1 5 times at the camp . , played 
football for the first time as a 10th grader ., team won distnct 
his last two seasons... also lettered one year in soccer ,. also 
recruited by Ole Miss, Louisville, Colorado and Indiana ,.. high 
school coach as a senior was Jim Reape. 

Personal: Nolan Carroll Jr. was born January 16, 1987 ... son 
of Jennifer and Nolan Carroll ... planned major is business .. 
father earned the rank of Senior Master Sergeant in the Air 
Force and mother was a Lt, Commander in the Navy .. mother 
IS currently a Flonda state representative ... aunt works for the 
NSA at Fort Meade. 



JEFF CLEMENT 

Defensive End • 6-2 • 235 • Fr. 
Westville. N J (Deptford HS) 



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High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at Deptford 
High School in WesWille, N.J. ... played tight end and defensive 
end . finished his senior year with 79 tackles. 18 TFLs. nine 
sacks, five QB hurnes, nine pass breakups, two fumble recover- 
ies and an interception ,,. also had 11 receptions for 189 yards 
and two TDs .. recorded 69 tackles, nine tackles for loss, two 
sacks and an interception his junior year a first team all-county. 
all-Group III, all-conference and all-South Jersey selection . 
named Defensive Lineman of the Year by the Touchdown Club 
of Southern New Jersey ... an All-East region selecfion by 
PrepStar ... an All-Northeast region pick by SuperPrep . first 
team all-county and all-group as a junior ... team was 23-1 in his 
final two years, winning a pair of state championships ... also 
lettered one year in basketball . . was also recruited by Penn 
State, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Boston College 
and Purdue ,.. high school coach was Al Ono. 

Personal: Jeffrey Clement Jr. was bom July 19, 1987 ... son 
of Mary and Jeff Clement Sr. ... plans to major in criminal 
justice 



CHRIS CLINTON 

Linebacker '5-3 • 240 • Fr. 
Lakeland, Fla. (Evangel Christian H 



High School: A three-year lettenvinner and starter at Evangel 
Chnstian High School in Lakeland. Fla. ... primarily played 
linebacker and tight end ... recorded 110 tackles. 17 tackles for 
loss, nine sacks, seven pass breakups and one fumble recovery 
(retumed for a TD) his senior year .,, posted 110 tackles (63 
solo) as a junior ... first team all-state (1A) ,., an all-county 
selection ... an All-Southeast region pick by PrepStar .. an 
All-Dixie region selecfion by SuperPrep .. helped lead team 
to a 10-3 record and a regional championship appearance ... a 
good athlete who also lettered three years in track and field, two 




years in basketball and one in baseball ... reportedly ran in the 
4.5 range in the 40-yard dash as a prep .. was also recnjited 
by Georgia Tech, South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama . . from 
the same town as current Terrapin J.P Number .. high school 
coach was Brian Davis, 

Personal: Chnstopher Clinton was bom September 22. 1985 .. . 
son of Nadine Clinton ... planning on majoring in business. 



PHIL COSTA 

Center • 6-3 • 280 • Fr, 
Moorestown, N.J. (Holy Cross HS) 



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High School: A three-year starter and letterwinner at Holy Cross 
High School in Delran. N.J. . . , spent all three years at left guard 
and did not miss a game in his career ... had almost 80 pancake 
blocks his senior season ... a second team all-state pick by the 
Associated Press ... a first team All-South New Jersey selec- 
tion by the Philadelphia Inquirer and Couner Post ... also first 
team all-county ... was all-parochial as a junior and senior and 
all-county all three years ... an All-East region pick by PrepStar 
... team finished 9-2 his senior year, advancing to the NJSIAA 
non-public finals ... very agile ... posted a 4.58 pro shuttle time at 
the Nike Training Camp, fifth-best among 71 linemen participat- 
ing ... personal bests in high school were a 335-pound bench and 
480-pound squat ... also a three-year lettenwnner in golf ... also 
recruited by North Carolina. Temple, Minnesota and Syracuse 
... high school coach was Jerry McConnell. 

Personal: Phil Costa was bom July 11, 1987 ... son of Helen 
and Dr Richard Costa .. brother. Rick Jr., is a linebacker in his 
second year at Temple ... father is a former competitive body- 
builder who was Mr New Jersey in 1980 ... an avid fisherman 
.. started lifting weights at age seven. 



JARED GAITHER 

Offensive Tackle • 6-9 • 330 • Fr. 
White Plains, Md. (E. Roosevelt HS/Hai 



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Prep: Attended Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham. Va. ... 
started every game at nght tackle ... a four-star recruit by Rivals, 
com ... rated as the No, 3 prep school prospect in the nation by 
Rivals ... ran a 4.75 in the 40-yard dash in December. 2004 ... 
recoiited out of prep school by Penn State and Virginia Tech ... 
coach at Hargrave was Robert Prunty. 

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 fight 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 fight end. but finished the season with three receptkjns 
for 93 yards and a pair of touchdowns ... eamed significant 
postseason honors despite playing only one year ... ranked as 
the 36th-best defensive tackle m the nation by Rivals.com ... 
an honorable mention All-Met selection by the Washington Post 
.. a SuperPrep Ail-American and Mid-Atlantic all-region pick ... 
a PrepStar honorable mention selection ... selected to play for 
Maryland in the Super 44 all-star game ... first team all-league 
and all-county ... team posted a 12-1 record in 2003, losing its 
only game of the season in the 4A state semmnais . . lettered 
four years 'n basi'etball ... vras a msc D-! re^rjit ii basketball 



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... had verbally committed to South Carolina In hoops before 
deciding to play football ... was also recruited In football by 
Florida, Georgia, Pittsburgh and Clemson ... high school coach 
was Rick Houchens. 



Personal: Jared Gaither was born March 18 
Joyce Gaither and David Suggs. 



1986... son of 



DWIGHT GALT 

Defensive End • 6-4 • 245 • Fr. 
Silver Spring, Md. (Good Counsel Hi 



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High School: A three-year high school letterwlnner and two- 
year starter at Good Counsel High School in Wheaton, Md. ... 
played defensive end and defensive tackle ... can also work at 
long snapper ... team captain who finished his senior season 
with 53 tackles, six sacks, 15 TFLs, 10 QB hurries, two fumble 
recoveries, two pass breakups and a blocked punt ... a second 
team Big School all-state selection and All-Met pick (Washington 
Post) ... first team All-WCAC ... named to George Michael's 
Golden 11 team ... an All-Atlantic region selection by PrepStar 
... a Mid-Atlantic all-region pick by SuperPrep ... helped lead 
Good Counsel to an 11-1 record with its first loss coming in the 
state title game to DeMatha ... finished No. 2 in the state after 
the 30-29 thnller ... lettered two years in basketball ... was also 
recruited by Boston College, Virginia, Army and James Madison 
. . high school coach was Bob Milloy 

Personal: Dwight Gait IV was born March 12, 1 987, 1 6 minutes 
before twin brother and fellow signee. Tommy ... son of Jan 
and Dwight Gall III ... father is the Terps' long-time director of 
strength and conditioning . nickname is "Deege" ... planned 
major is business. 



TOMMY GALT 

Tight End • 6-5 • 235 • Fr. 

Silver Spring, Md. (Good Counsel Hi 



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High School: A three-year high school lettenwinner and two- 
year starter at Good Counsel High School in Wheaton, Md. .. 
played defensive end and tight end ... can also work at long 
snapper ... team captain who finished his senior season with 
71 tackles, five sacks, 11 TFLs, 11 QB hurries, three fumble 
recoveries, two interceptions and two pass breakups .. also had 
three receptions for 71 yards ..a consensus first team all-state 
selection ... also named second team All-Met (Washington Post) 
and first team All-WCAC ., a Maryland Dream Team and George 
Michael Golden 11 pick ... the 19th-rated player in the state of 
Maryland by Rivals.com ,. an All-Atlantic region selection by 
PrepStar ... a Mid-Atlantic all-region pick by SuperPrep ... helped 
lead Good Counsel to an 1 1 -1 record with its first loss coming in 
the state title game to DeMatha ... team finished second in the 
state after the 30-29 loss ... lettered two years in basketball 
was also recruited by Boston College, Virginia, Army and James 
Madison ... high school coach was Bob Milloy 

Personal: Tommy Gait was born March 12, 1987, 16 minutes 
after twin brother and fellow signee, Dwight ... son of Jan and 
Dwight Gait III ... father is the Terps' long-time director of strength 
and conditioning. 



MORGAN GREEN 

Tailback- 6-0 • 210 • Fr. 
White Plains, Md. • (Lackey HS) 



High School: A three-year letteoA/inner and starter at Lackey 
High School in White Plains, Md. ... one of the region's leading 




rushers from 2002-04 ... finished his career fifth on the state's 
all-time rushing list with 5,133 yards ... rushed 209 times for 
1,363 yards with 23 touchdowns as a senior despite missing 
six games with a hamstring injury ., season-best effort came 
in the opener when he ran for 220 yards on 23 carries with six 
touchdowns ... top season as a prep was 2003 when he ran 
for 2,630 yards on 360 carries with 26 TDs ... rushed for over 
1,200 yards as a sophomore ... was Big School second team 
all-state and first team All-SMAC as a senior ... a PrepStar and 
SuperPrep Ail-American ... rated as the 14th-best RB prospect in 
the nation by SuperPrep ... the sixth-rated player (regardless of 
position) in the state and 12th-rated tailback nationally by Rivals, 
com ... consensus first team all-state and All-Met (Washington 
Post) as a junior ... also a member of George Michael's Golden 
11 team that season and conference MVP . rated by ESPN, 
com's Tom Lemming as the No. 8 prep fullback in the nation . . 
team went 1 3-1 his senior year, falling in the state 3A title game 
(he rushed for 127 yards and a TD in the game) ... timed at 4.53 
in the 40-yard dash at the Elite Combine in East Rutherford, 
N.J. ... also benched 320, squatted 450 and posted a 33-inch 
vertical as a prep .. an early commit who was also recruited by 
Virginia. Penn State, NC State, Florida and Boston College ... 
high school coach was Scott Chadwick. 

Personal: Morgan Green was born March 7, 1987 ... son of 
James and Denise Green . . . aunt and uncle are both Maryland 
graduates .. plans to major in criminal justice. 



JARED HARRELL 

Defensive End • 6-6 • 230 • Fr. 
Milton, Mass. (Tabor Academy) 



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High School: A two-year lettera/inner and starter at Tabor 
Academy in Manon, Mass. ...spent his first two years at Thayer 
Academy in Braintree, Mass. ... started at defensive end but 
also played tight end and some wide receiver ... recorded 65 
tackles, four sacks and batted down three passes his senior year 
.. posted 70 tackles, eight sacks and recovered a fumble while 
catching seven passes for 159 yards as a junior ... had eight 
career receiving touchdowns ... an All-East region selection by 
PrepStar , , an All-New England region pick by SuperPrep ... 
the second-rated player overall in the state of Massachussetts 
and the No. 35 defensive end nationally by Rivals.com .. ranked 
as the 22nd-best tight end in the country by ESPN. com's Tom 
Lemming ... lettered two years in track and hockey ... an AAU 
All-American javelin thrower with a personal best of 1 83 feet . . 
was also recruited by North Carolina, Notre Dame, Purdue and 
Syracuse ... high school coach was Bill Hrasky 

Personal: Jared Harrell was born April 8, 1986 ... son of Dana 
and Michelle Harrell ... father played halfback at Syracuse in the 
eariy '70s ... planning on majoring in business. 



BARROD HEGGS 

Defensive End • 6-3 • 245 • Fr. 
Garden City, Ga. (Groves HS) 



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High School: A four-year starter and letterwlnner at the Groves 
High School in Garden City. Ga. . . . played tight end his first two 
years before spending his final two as an offensive tackle and 
defensive end . . . finished his senior season with 67 tackles (29 
solo) and 5.5 sacks ... recorded a career-high 16.5 sacks as 
a junior while blocking four punts ... named Region 3 AAAAA 
co-defensive player of the year as a senior ... an All-Coastal 
Empire first team selection by the Savannah Morning News as 
a junior and senior ... an All-Southeast region pick by PrepStar 
... first team all-region as a junior ... helped lead his school to 



an 8-3 record and its first playoff appearance in 29 years his 
junior season ,., team also appeared in the playoffs his senior 
year ... a four-year lettenwinner in basketball (forward/center) and 
baseball (nght field) . . . recruited by Georgia Tech, Auburn, UCF 
and Louisville . high school coach was Kari DeMasi. 

Personal: Barrod Heggs was born October 8, 1986 ... son of 
Archie and Terri Heggs ... first name is pronounced buhr-AHD 
... planned major is kinesiology 



DARRIUS HEYWi 

Wide Receiver • 6-3 • 195 • Fr. 
Silver Spring, Md. (McDonogh Schoi 






High School: A three-year lettera/inner and two-year starter 
at the McDonogh School in Owings Mills. Md. ... played wide 
receiver and outside linebacker as a prep ... had 47 receptions 
for 821 yards and 1 touchdowns as senior and 40 for 802 yards 
and 12 TDs as a junior . . consensus first team all-state as a 
senior ... a PrepStar All-Amencan ... SuperPrep All-American 
was ranked 17th nationally at his position by that publication 
... listed as the 23rd-best wide receiver in the nation by ESPN 
com's Tom Lemming ... a four star player by Rivals.com who is 
picked as the fourth-best player overall in the state of Maryland 
and the 1 2th-best wide receiver ... an all-area and all-conference 
selection as a junior ... a first team All-American in the indoor 
60 meters ... was fifth at nationals as a junior as well as MIAA 
champ in the 100 and 200 meters ... timed at4.38 in the 40-yard 
dash at the Nike combine hosted by Virginia ... ran a 6.35 in 
the 55-meter dash in January. 2005 ... also posted a 40-inch 
vertical jump as a prep ..was also recruited by Boston College 
Alabama, Pittsburgh, Virginia and Michigan State, among others 
... high school coach was Dominic D'Amico. 

Personal: Darrius Heyward-Bey was born February 26. 
1987 ... son of Vivian Heyward-Bey ... plans to major in com- 
munications. 



TRAVIS IVEY 

Defensive Tackle • 6-4 • 278 • Fr. 
Riverdale, Md. (Riverdale Baptist H 



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High School: A two-year lettenwinner and starter at Riverdale 
Baptist High School in Upper Mariboro, Md. ... took up football 
his junior year of high school ... transferred from DeMatha after 
his sophomore season .. played defensive end, tight end and 
offensive tackle in his two seasons ., recorded 53 tackles, 16 
sacks, 32 quarterback hurries and batted down six passes as a 
senior ... also had 16 receptions and two touchdowns from his 
tight end position in '04 ... an honorable mention All-Independent 
schools selection . also lettered in basketball where he played 
power fonA/ard, averaging eight points and seven rebounds a 
game ... recruited by Illinois, Kent State and Texas Southern . 
high school coach was Kervin Wyatt, a former Ten'apin lettenMin- 
ner (1976-79) who played linebacker and offensive line. 

Personal: Travis Ivey was born December 22, 1986 ... son of 
Curtis and Noreata Ivey. 



ZACH MARSHAL! 

Offensive Tackle • 6-7 • 285 • Fr. 
Mason, Ohio (William Mason HS) 



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High School: A three-year letterwlnner and two-year starter at 
William Mason High School in Mason, Ohio ... started at nght 
tackle and consistently graded over 90 percent , . saw action 
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line situations , , was second team All-Ohio as a senior ,,, first 
team All-Southwest DistncI as a senior and honorable mention 
his junior year . , first team all-conference as a senior and second 
team as a junior ..an All-Midwest region pick by PrepSlar and 

I SuperPrep . . selected to play in the Big 33 all-slar game , learn 
went 1 7-5 in his two years as a starter and were co-champions 

' of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference his senior year . . , lettered 
three years in wrestling . set the school record for pins early 

' in his senior year selected Maryland over IWichigan State, 

, Pittsburgh, Boston College and West Virginia .,, high school 
coach was Gary Popovich. 

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Personal: Zachary Marshall was bom February 21, 1987 .. 
I son of Belh Marshall. 




JAMARI McCOL 

Cornerback • 6-0 • 175 • Fr. 
Baltimore, Md. (Randallstown HS) 



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High School: A three-year lettenwinner and starter at Ran- 
dallstown High School in Randallstown, Md, ,,. transferred 
from Milford Academy after his freshman season . played 
cornerback and wide receiver ... posted 31 tackles (27 solo), a 
sack, one forced fumble and four interceptions his senior year 
.„ also rushed 14 times for 211 yards and caught 38 passes 
for 422 yards and a touchdown ,., notched 56 tackles and 
six interceptions while catching 28 passes and nine TDs as 
a junior ... senior honors include honorable mention all-state 
(Big School), second team All-Met (Baltimore Sun) and first 
team all-county ... a SuperPrep All-American ... an All-Atlantic 
region pick by PrepStar ... the 18th-ranked corner in the country 
and sixth-rated player overall in the state of Maryland by Rivals, 
com ... was selected as second team All-Met and all-Baltimore 
City/County by the Baltimore Sun as a junior ... also competed in 
track four years, specializing in the 200m, 400m and 300-meter 
hurdles ... timed at 4.46 in the 40-yard dash with a 485-pound 
squat and 36-inch vertical jump as a prep ... teammate of fel- 
low recruit Melvin Alaeze ... was also recruited by Penn State, 
Pittsburgh, Purdue and Virginia Tech ,.. high school coach was 
Albert Howard. 

Personal: Jaman McCollough was bom Febaiary 6, 1987 ... son 
of Gregory and Pamela McCollough . , . father played fullback at 
Bowie State in the '70s. 



JEREMY NAVARR 

Fullback • 64 • 245 • Fr 
Joppatowne, Md, (Joppatowne HS) 



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High School: A three-year lettenwinner and starter at Jop- 
patowne High School in Joppatowne, Md. ... graduated high 
school early and enrolled at Maryland ... started at both fullback 
and defensive end each of his last three years as a prep . . a 
very productive player who posted nearly 300 tackles in his 
final two seasons ... had 145 tackles (110 solo), 11 sacks and 
four fumble recovenes to go along with 15 receptions for 290 
yards and three TDs his senior year ... posted 14 tackles in the 
state championship game .., had 152 tackles, 11 sacks and six 
fumble recovenes as a junior ... a consensus first team all-state 
pick as a junior and senior ... first team All-Met (Baltimore Sun) 
both years as well . . named Harford County defensive player 
of Ifie year as a senior and Baltimore Sun Athlete of the Year 
as a junior ... a SuperPrep All-Amencan and that publication's 
I No. 2 fullback in the nation ... an All-Atlantic region choice by 
PrepStar . . selected as a National Football Foundation Scholar- 
\ Athlete, an award his father also earned in 1981 ... team was 
. 1 A state runners up his senwr season after going from 4-5 to 



8-5 en route to a slate championship his junior year . also 
a state champion wrestler who went 88-2 in his prep career 
closing with 71 -straight wins before enrolling at Maryland . 
also recruited by Penn Slate, Boston College and Virginia ... 
high school coach was Bill Waibel. 

Personal: Jeremy Navarre was born March 16, 1987 ... son of 
George and Shern Navarre ., wears a size 15 shoe ... father 
played football and wrestled at Joppatowne, also, and was the 
school's first-ever state wrestling champ 



DANNY OQUEND 

Wide Receiver -6-3 • 175 • Fr. 
Hackensack, N.J, (Hackensack HS) 



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High School: A three-year letten^||nner and starter at Hacken- 
sack (N.J.) High School ... played wide receiver and safety ... 
career-best numbers in 2004 included 45 receptions for 843 
yards with nine touchdowns .. also returned seven punts (125 
yards), 12 kickoffs (293 yards) and notched 81 tackles (53 solo) 
to go along with two sacks and three interceptions .. led his 
team in tackles as a junior with 94 while catching 27 passes for 
540 yards and seven touchdowns ... returned two kicks and one 
punt for TDs as a junior ... first team all-state by the Associated 
Press and Newark Star Ledger as a senior ... also an all-league 
and all-county pick as a junior and senior ... recipient of the 
Madison Square Garden High School Heisman ... an All-East 
region selection by PrepStar .. had a personal best time of 4.4 
in the 40-yard dash as a prep ... team went 10-2 and lost in the 
state championship game his senior year . . . lettered four years 
in track and was one of the state's top hurdlers ... 2005 time of 
7.62 in the high hurdles was fourth-best in the country ... was 
also recmited by Virginia Tech, Boston College, Purdue and 
Rutgers ... high school coach was Ralph Dass. 

Personal: Daniel Oquendo Jr, was bom July 8, 1987 ,.. son of 
Ana Garcia and Daniel Oquendo . . . planned major is computer 



MARVIN PEOPLE 

Linebacker -6-2 • 230 • Fr. 
Apopka, Fla, (Apopka HS) 



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High School: A one-year lettenfl/inner and starter at Apopka 
High School in Apopka, Fla. .,. transferred prior to his senior 
year from Evans High School in Orlando where he was a three- 
year letterwinner and two-year starter .. posted 105 tackles 
(70 solo), eight tackles for loss, five pass breakups, a fumble 
recovery and an interception as a senior ... retumed the fumble 
and interception for touchdowns ... registered 98 tackles and 
three sacks as a junior at Evans playing along current Flonda 
standout Brandon Siler ... senior honors included second team 
all-state, first team all-metro and first team all-district ... also 
named first team All-Orange County and All-Central Flonda by 
the Orlando Sentinel ... named to Florida recnjiting analyst Bill 
Buchalter's Top 100 list ... an All-Southeast region selection by 
PrepStar ... timed at4.68 in the 40-yard dash with a 340-pound 
bench and 290-pound power clean as a prep ... traditon-nch 
Apopka went 9-2 his lone year there, losing in the regional finals 
... lettered in track (shot put and discus) ... also recruited by 
UCF Notre Dame. Georgia Tech, West Virginia and Iowa State 
... high school coach as a senior was Ty Ensor. 

Personal: Marvin Peoples was bom January 5, 1987 .,, 
guardians are Greg and Lynn Thompson (aunt and unde) .., 
maintained a 4.0 grade point average in high school. 



DAVE PHILISTIN 

Linebacker • 6-2 • 218 • Fr, 
Manchester, N.H. (Manchester Centi 



High School: A four-year letterwinner and three-year slartei 
at Manchester Central High School in Manchester, N.H. .,, 
played inside linebacker and tailback his last two years after 
starting at defensive end as a sophomore . . . finished his senior 
season with 108 tackles, one interception (returned for a TD), 
4.5 sacks, one blocked punt (that he recovered and retumed for 
a TO) and one fumble recovery .., also mshed for 1,002 yards 
and 13 touchdowns, averaging 8 5 yards per carry ... had 27 
career sacks .„ a three-lime all-state selection who was New 
Hampshire state player of the year in 2004 ... rated as the No. 
5 outside linebacker in the country by ESPN.com's Tom Lem- 
ming . . a PrepStar All-Amencan ... an All-New England pick by 
SuperPrep (third-rated player in the region) ... ran a 4.52 in the 
40-yard dash and recorded a 385-pound bench as a prep . . , team 
won state championships all four years he played including a 
13-0 season in '04 .. team was 47-3 in his career ... lettered 
two years in track (sprints and shot put) ... also recruited by 
Ohio State, Michigan, Boston College and West Virginia , . . high 
school coach was Jim Schubert. 

Personal: Dave Philistin was bom September 24. 1986 ,., son 
of Liz Murphy ... brother, Jacques, was an Ail-American nose 

tackle at Norfolk State 



TERRELL SKINN 

Wide Receiver -6-3 • 190 • Fr. 
St. Petersburg, Fla. (Boca Ciega HS 



High School: A three-year lettem/inner and starter at Boca 
Ciega High School in Gulf Port, Fla. . . . played quarterback, cor- 
nerback and linebacker in his three years ... has good hands and 
a long wingspan (6-9") ... in the "Bogies " run-onented offense, 
he mshed for 91 7 yards on 97 cames with 1 3 touchdowns ... was 
32-of-61 for 382 yards passing with six touchdowns ... rushed 
for 200 yards in his team's lone playoff win ... also retumed 
an interception and a punt for a touchdown in 2004 ... named 
Pinellas County Player of the Year by the St. Petersburg Times 
... team captain who was All-Sun Coast, all-conference and a 
Pinellas County all-star ... was his teams defensive player of 
the year as an outside linebacker his sophomore season ... an 
All-Southeast region selection by PrepStar ... runs a reported 
4,5 in the 40-yard dash and posted a 4.3 second time in the pro 
shuttle . . team won its distnct his senior year . . also a two-year 
letterwinner in basketball ... was also recnjited by UCR Ole Miss, 
Iowa State, Michigan State and Georgia Tech ,,. high school 
coach was Jean Gordon. 

Personal: Te^ell Skinner Jr was bom February 24, 1987 .,. son 
of Yvonne and Terrell Skinner . . . father is a police detective. 




CHRIS TURNER 

Quarterback • 6-4 • 205 • Fr. 
West Hills, Calif. (Chaminade HS) 



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High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at Chami- 
nade High School in West Hills, Calif, ... a drop-back passer in 
a pass-oriented offense ... was 1 39K)f-265 for 2,047 yards with 
16 touchdowns and 11 Interceptions as a senior ... best season 
was his junior year when he passed for neariy 3,400 yards 
and 30 touchdovms with 10 interceptions ... had two 400-yard 
passing days as a junior ... second team All-CIF (California 
lnterschol3St)cFederat)on)asaseniof...anA -:ue 

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... also a three-year letterwinner in baseball (pitcher) ... also 
recruited by Louisville, Boise State, Oregon, Utah and Texas 
Tech ... high school coach was Ben McEnroe. 

Personal: Chnstopher Turner was born September 8, 1987 .. . 
son of John and Grace Turner ... an avid scuba diver ... father 
was the original drummer in the band fViTT ... planned major 
is political science. 



ISAIAH WILLIAM; 

Wide Receiver • 6-3 • 200 • Fr. 
Montclair, N.J. (Bergen Catholic HS; 



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High School: A two-year lettera/inner and starter at Bergen 

Catholic High School in Oradell, N.J. ... played wide receiver 
and some safety as a prep . . . set single-season school records 
in 2004 with 45 receptions for 897 yards and 1 2 touchdowns . , . 
also had nine kickoff returns for 308 yards (34,2-yard average) 
, , caught 11 passes for 229 yards and three TDs as a junior 
... named second team all-state by the Associated Press and 
Newark Star Ledger ... first team all-group, All-North Jersey 
and all-county ... an All-East region pick by PrepStar ... an All- 
Northeast selection by SuperPrep ... team lost its first two games 
before running the table for a 1 0-2 record and the Group 4 state 
championship his senior year ... also a three-year lettenA/inner in 
track ... was also recruited by Syracuse, Wisconsin and West 
Virginia ... high school coach was Fred Stengel. 

Personal: Isaiah Williams was born January 30, 1987 ... son 
of Ira and Rita Williams ... planned major is communications ... 
father played football at Rutgers and brother, Ira Jr., played at 
Wake Forest from 1998-2001 ... sister, Tahirah, is an Ail-Ameri- 
can fora/ard in basketball who signed with Connecticut. 



ANTHONY WISEMAN 

Cornerback'5-10 • 185 • Fr. 
Silver Hill, Md. (DeMatha HS) 



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High School: A three-year lettera/inner and starter at DeMatha 
High School in Hyattsville, Md. . . . played cornerback and tailback 
. . , missed most of his senior season after injuring his left knee 
on a punt return in game two vs. Gilman ... scored two rushing 
touchdowns in the Stags' season opener against H.D. Woodson 
... was the team's leading rusher as a junior and sophomore ... 
ran for over 1,000 yards with 18 touchdowns in 2003 ... had 
three TDs in his team's state championship win his junior year 
... listed as tlie lOth-best cornerback in the nation by Rivals, 
com ... a SuperPrep All-Amencan ... an All-East region selection 
by PrepStar ... honorable mention all-state as a junior by the 
Associated Press ... first team All-WCAC and All-Gazette as a 
junior ... clocked at 4.4 in the 40-yard dash as a prep ... also 
posted a 36-inch vertical jump ... team won state his last two 
years and was 22-1 in that time ... also a three-year letterwin- 
ner in track and three-time Ail-American ... is the national prep 
record holder in the indoor 200-meters with a time of 21 .64 . . . 
was also recruited by Miami, Florida, Nebraska, Michigan and 
Virginia Tech ... high school coach was Bill McGregor 

Personal: Anthony Wiseman was bom March 8, 1987 ... son 
of Vanessa Wiseman ... is the first member of his family to 
attend college. 




PRESEASON 
HONORS 



ACC Predictions 



The Sporting News 


3rd (Atlantic) 


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4th (Atlantic) 


Athlon 


5th (Atlantic) 


Street & Smith's 


5th (Atlantic) 



Individual Honors 

RALPH FRIEDGEN 

HEAD COACH 

I 2nd Among ACC Top Coaches The Sporting News 

GARY BLACKNEY 
DEF. COORDINATOR 

(5th Among ACC Def. Coordinators Th e Sporting News 
. CHARLIE TAAFFE 

I OFF. COORDINATOR 

I 2nd Among ACC Off. Coordinators The Sporting News 



MELVIN ALAEZE 

No. 2-rated recruit in ACC 



Athlon 



No. 6-rated recruit in nation 



Athlon 



Defensive Newcomer of the Y ear The Sporting New s 

No. 1 -rated incoming 

defensive lineman in ACC The Sporting News 

CONRAD BOLSTON 

No. 6-rated DT in ACC The Sporting News 

ANDREW CRUMMEY 

No. 4-rate d C in ACC The Sporting News 

VERNON DAVIS 

All-Conference Secon d Team Athlon 

No. 4-rated receiving TE In ACC The Sporting News 

DERRICK FENNER 

All-Co nference Second Team The Sporting News 
No. 1-rated route running WR in ACC The Sporting 
News 

MORGAN GREEN 

No. 5-rated incoming RB in ACC The Sgorting^NCTS 



STEPHON HEYER 

All-Conference Third Team 



Athlon 



No. 6-rated OT in ACC 



The Sporting News 



l-Conference First Team 



Street & Smith's c- 



DARRIUS HEYWARD-BEY 

No. 2-rated incoming WR in ACC The Sporting News 

D'QWELL JACKSON 

All-Conference First Team Athlon 



l-Conference First Team 



The Sporting News 



"The Best Vets" 



Athlon 



No. 1 -rated Middle LB in ACC The Sporting News 



,11-American Second Team 



Street & Smith's 



Outland Trophy/Lombardi 
Award Candidate 



Street & Smith's 



Bednarik Award/Nagurski 
Award Candidate 



Street & Smith's 



Butkus Award Candidate 



All-Conference First Team 



Street & Smith's 
Streets Smith's 



WESLEY JEFFERSON 

"The Next Generation " Athlon 

WILLIAM KERSHAW 

No. 7-rated Outside LB in ACC The Sp orti ng News 

ADAM PODLESH 

All-Confer ence First Team Athlon 

All-Confer ence Second Team The Sporting News 

No. 2-rated Pjn ACC The Sporting News 

Ray Gu^ Award Ca ndidate Street & S mith's 

Hon. Mention P reseason All-American Street & Smith's 

CHRIS TURNER 

No. 4-rated incoming QB in ACC The Spo rtin g News 

ANTHONY WISEMAN 

No. 5-rated incoming DB in ACC T he Sp orting News 

Team Honors 



LINEBACKERS 

Ist-rated unit in ACC 



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2004 REVIEW NOTEBOOK 



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The Season 

The University of Maryland football team completed 
its 112th season with a 5-6 record, finishing in a tie 
for eighth in the Atlantic Coast Conference. 
The season was the Terrapins' first sub-. 500 
campaign since 2000, but was not far from being the 
team's fourth consecutive bowl season. The Terps 
lost three games by 10 points or less (two of which 
were three-point losses) with an overtime loss at then 
No. 7/8 West Virginia and a controversial late loss at 
Clemson. 

The 2004 season was one marked by all the traits 
of a young team - which the Terrapins were. A 
total of 66 players with two or more years eligibility 
remaining (i.e. sophomores, redshirt freshmen and 
true freshmen) comprised the 1 07-man roster with 1 9 
seniors playing their final games as Terrapins. 
The Terps began the season ranked 22nd in the 
Associated Press poll and 20th in the ESPN/USA 
Today poll. The team spent a total of seven weeks 
ranked in the Top 25 with its highest ranking coming 
in Week 4 when it made it to 21 st in the AP and 1 9th 
in the coaches' poll. 

Quick Hits, Version 
2004 

Maryland's win over NIU was the first to open a 
season since head coach Friedgen's first year in 
College Park (2001 vs. North Carolina). 
Half of the Terps who started in the season opener 
were starting for the first time in their careers: 
Statham, Lombardo, Davis. Bonham, Haigler, 
Bolston, Holloway Kershaw, Keliey Custis, Scott. 
The Terrapins' home win over Temple was its 13th- 
straight at Byrd Stadium •■ then, the sixth-longest in 
the nation - a streak that would end in its next home 
game (vs. Georgia Tech). Maryland had only lost 
once in 22 games under Ralph Friedgen to that point 
at Byrd Stadium and though the season was the first 
under .500 for the fourth-year coach, the team i 
finished with a solid 4-2 record at home. 
• The Terrapins had several notable offensive 
performances in their win over Duke. From a team 
standpoint, the Terps: tied the school record for 
first downs (35); had the most offensive plays 
(100) since a school-record 105 against NC 
State in 1992; posted the most passing yards 
since throwing for 425 against Wake Forest 
in the last game of 1993; and finished with 
the second-most yards (685) in a game under 
Friedgen (first was 697 against the Blue Devils in 
2001). 

The Terrapins churned out 277 yards rushing 
against the Blue Devils but did so with no back 
going over 100 yards (Sammy Maldonado finished 
with 99). 

Maryland's 20-7 loss to Georgia Tech was its first 
loss at home since the 2002 season. 



The Terps held Clemson to 36 yards rushing (an 

average of 0.9 yards per carry), marking the third 

time in four games that the Terrapins' opponent had 

failed to rush for 1 00 yards or more. 

With the October 30th win over FSU, the Terps 

defeated the Seminoles for the first time ever in a 

series that dates to 1966. 

At the time, the Terrapins' win over FSU marked only 

the eighth by an ACC team over FSU since it joined 

the league in 1992. The Terps join Virginia (1995), 

NC State (1998, 2001. 2002), North Carolina (2001), 

Clemson (2003) and Miami (2004) as ACC victors 

over the Seminoles. 

The Flonda State win marked Maryland's first over 

a top-five opponent since Oct. 29, 1983, when the 

Terps downed No. 3 North Carolina, 28-26, at Byrd 

Stadium. The Terps' last top-10 win was a 35-30 

victory on Nov. 17, 1990, at Virginia. 

The Terrapin defense allowed Florida State only 

50 rushing yards and 17 points — the lowest in 

the senes Williams Kershaw and Omarr Savage 

recorded sacks to help the Terps to four on the 

night. 

Joel Statham's rushing touchdown against the 

Seminoles broke a stnng of 13 quarters FSU had 

gone without allowing its opposition to find the end 

zone. 

With 333 passing yards, Statham threw for the most 

yards by a Terrapin against Florida State since 1995, 

when Scott Milanovich threw for 380 in a 59-17 loss 

in Tallahassee. Statham's 333 yards were also the 

most against the Seminoles by any player since Nov 

15, 2003, when NC State's Philip Rivers passed 

for 422 (28-of-38) in a 5044 double-overtime FSU 

victory. 



Josh Allen's 72-yard catch-and-run in the third 
quarter against Florida State was the longest play 
of the season for Maryland. It was also a career- 
long reception for Allen, his second career receiving 
touchdown and his first of this season. 
Maryland gave up 55 points to Virginia Tech, the 
most in Fnedgen's tenure at Maryland. A closer 
look, however, shows that though the defensive 
performance was not the best of the season, 31 
points were scored off of turnovers. What's more, the 
Maryland defense was not put in a good spot early 
Virginia Tech's first four scoring drives averaged 
31 yards in length, and the Hokies were afforded 
six scoring opportunities of 38 yards or less (five 
touchdowns, one field goal) in the game. 
Josh Allen's 13-yard run in the first quarter against 
Wake Forest broke a string of eight quarters without 
a touchdown for Maryland and moved Allen up on the 
school's all-time rushing TD list. His fifth of the year, 
the score gave Allen 21 for his career, tying him for 
sixth all time with Ed "Big Mo" Modzelewski (1949- 
51). 

With a start in the season finale against Wake Forest. 
OT C.J. Brooks finished his career with 51 starts, 
most ever by a Maryland player. 




Sammy 

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the Terps 

leading rusher 

in 2004. while 

C.J. Brooks (above) 

finished his career 

with a school-record 

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Friedgen's 
ACCeptional Start 

Ralph Friedgen has opened his career as a head 
coach by setting one coaching record after another 
and with his fourth season in College Park now 
complete, he has once again placed his name in 
several record books for coaching wins. 
In his four years at Maryland. Friedgen has -- season- 
by-season " established himself as one of the top 
coaches in ACC history. His first season featured 
an ACC championship and 10 wins, his second had 
him at the top of the record books for second-year 
mentors with a 21-5 record, and his third year had 
him atop the record books of third-year ACC coaches 
with a 31-8 record. 

With 31 wins in those first three years. Friedgen . 
entered 2004 ranked seventh on the NCAA's all-time 
list for third-year head coaches. Along with Miami's 
Larry Coker (2nd), he is one of two active coaches 
on the list that features legendary names like Walter 
Camp (1st). Barry Switzer (4th) and John Robinson 
(6th). 

Now with 36 wins, Friedgen heads the list of fourth- 
year ACC head coaches. With the season-ending win 
over Wake Forest, he moved ahead of Clemson's 
Danny Ford who was 35-10-1 in his four years. 
Notably Fnedgen now stands just eight wins from 
tying Ford for the most wins by an ACC coach in his 
fifth year. When the 2005 season begins, Friedgen 
will already rank sixth on that list, tied with long-time 
fnend George O'Leary. 

Select Company 

Ralph Friedgen s 35 wins in four years ranks tied 
for 10th in NCAA Division l-A history for fourth-year 
coaches. His company on that list is noteworthy. 
Nestled between Nebraska's Tom Osborne (9th) and 
Boston College's Frank Leahy (12th) stand Friedgen 
and a coach who Terp fans may recognize -- current 
defensive coordinator Gary Blackney. Blackney 
posted a 36-8-2 record at Bowling Green from 1991- 
94, 

Raising the Bar 

With its season-ending win over Wake. Maryland 

has 36 victones over its last four seasons — all since 

Ralph Friedgen took over in 2001 

The Terps' total of 36 wins from 2001-04 is the 

second-highest four-year win total in school history. 

Maryland's top effort was 37 wins under Jerry 

Claiborne from 1975-78. 

This season marl^ed the first time in Friedgen's 

tenure that the team will have failed to win 10 games. 

In the 108 years of football pnor to Friedgen's amval. 

Maryland had never put together three straight nine- 

win seasons, much less 10 like the Terps' did from 

2001-03. • 

Since 1892. Maryland has had seven 10-win 

seasons, three of which have come in the last four 

years. 




Kevin Eli (left) and Chris Kelley he/ped anchor a Maryland defense 
that finished the season ranked 20th in the nation in total defense. 



Defense The 
Backbone 

When he was hired to come to Maryland, the talk 
about the mark Ralph Friedgen would make in 
College Park was all about offense. What has been 
unquestionably the team's most consistent unit in 
four seasons, however, has been its defense and it is 
once again proving to be a force in 2004. 
Defensive coordinator Gary Blackney's group has 
been a unit charactenzed by stopping the run and 
making teams score by moving the ball through the 
air With a sconng average of 1 8.0 points allowed per 
game since 2001 , that feat has obviously been a tall 
order for Terrapin foes. 

Just one team - Georgia - has finished higher than 
the Terrapins in scoring defense each of the last four 
years. 

The Terps' scoring average took a hit in the late- 
season loss to Virginia Tech as the team went from 
17th nationally and allowing an average of 17,6 
points per game to 36th and giving up 21.3 per 
outing. After a strong finish against Wake Forest, the 
Terps finished the season allowing an average of 20 
points per game, 27th-best in Division l-A. 
The Terrapins' defensive scoring average was skewed 
somewhat in 04 due to events beyond the defense's 
control. If one were to eliminate points scored off 
turnovers and kickoff retums for touchdowns, the 
Maryland defense allowed 11.9 points per game 
compared to its final average of 20.0. 
Since 2001. 35 of Maryland's 50 opponents (10%) 
have been held to 20 points or less. 
Maryland has yet to see a year under Blackney's 
watch where opponents average more than 20 points 
per game. 



Since 2002. Maryland has held its opposition 

scoreless in 73 quarters (18 in 2004). 

The Ten-apins finished 2004 ranked in the nation's 

top 25 in three defensive categories: total defense 

(20th), pass defense (8th) and pass efficiency 

defense (19th). 

Maryland has held six opponents to 1 00 yards or less 

passing since 2001. 

The Terps have not allowed a quarterback throw for 

250 yards or more since Philip Rivers of NC State 

did so in Game 1 1 of last season (FSU threw for over 

250. but did so with two different quarterbacks and 

attempting 51 passes). 

Virginia Techs Bryan Randall became the first QB 

to pass for more than one touchdown against the 

Terrapins since Chns Rix of Florida State did so in 

Game 2 of the 2003 season. 

Against Duke, the Terp defense held the opposition 

to 185 yards of total offense (83 rushing, 102 

passing). Along the way the defense held six of the 

Blue Devils' 12 dnves to three plays or less. 

Run Staffers 

Marylands defense got progressively better as 

the 2004 season went on, due in large part to the 

progression of a group of young defensive tackles. 

In the last eight games of the season, just four teams 

were able to manage 100 yards rushing against the 

Te^apins. 

Against Florida State. Maryland buckled down and 

held the Seminoles to 50 mshing yards. Florida State 

came into the game averaging 190 per game and the 

output was its lowest of the season. 

In their loss to Clemson, the Terps hekJ the Tigers to 

36 yards rushing (0.9 yards per carry), their lowest 

output of 2004. 

Since 2001 , Maryland has held its opposition below 

100 yards rushing 13 times. 



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Seniors Bid Adieu 

A total of 19 seniors played the final game of their 
careers when the Terps took the field against Wake 
Forest. The class was one of the most successful in 
Maryland history, finishing with a 36-14 record in their 
four years. They appeared in three bowl games, two 
of them wins. 

The following is a list of the seniors on the 2004 team 
(* = letters earned prior to 2004): 



Name 


Letters 


Hometown 


RobAbiamiri,TE/HB 


* 


Randallstown, Md. 


Quintin Beltran, SS 




Woodbridqe, Va. 


C.J. Brooks, OG 


*** 


Rex, Ga. 


Jon Condo, LS 


... 


Philipsburq, Pa. 


Ray Custis, FS 


*** 


Germantown, Md. 


Kevin Eli, DE 


.. 


Deptford, N.J. 


Ryan Flynn, OT 


** 


Younqstown, Ohio 


Domonique Foxworth, CB 


... 


Randallstown, Md. 


Reuben Haiqier, CB 


* 


New Cumberland, Pa. 


Chris Kelley, SS 


" 


Germantown, Md. 


Lou Lombardo, OT 


... 


Baltimore, Md. 


Sammy Maldonado, RB 


* 


Harrison, N.Y. 


Nick Novak, PK 


... 


Charlottesville, Va. 


Rich Parson, WR 


... 


Newark, Del. 


Kyle Schmitt, C 


... 


Derry, Pa. 


Henry Scott, DT 


. 


Baltimore, Md. 


Maurice Smith, FB 


... 


Waldorf, Md. 


Steve Suter, WR/KR 


.. 


Manchester, Md. 


Curtis Williams, WR 


... 


Huntington Sta., N.Y. 



Living Up To Tiieir 
Name 

After stumbling out of the blocks in their 
first year, Maryland's special teams have 
been nothing short of, well, special the 
last three years under coordinator Ray 
Rychleski 

In piacekicker Nick Novak, punter Adam 
Podlesh and return man Steve Suter, 
the Terrapins have the ACC's first team 
all-conference kicker from 2002 and 2003, 
its second-team punter from 2003 (and the 
first Terp freshman in history to make All- 
ACC) and a specialist who has been first 
team all-league since 2002. 
The Terps have drawn national attention 
for their unit in 2004, as they were ranked 
in the preseason as one of the best units 
in the nation by Collegefootballnews.com 
(1st), Lindy's (1st), ESPN (3rd) and Phit 
Steele (3rd). 

Suter (punt return yards) and Novak 
(scoring) finished their careers atop the 
Atlantic Coast Conference record books in 
their respective categories. Podlesh was 
named a Ray Guy Award semifinalist for 
the second year in a row. 



Suter ACC 
Record-Holder 

Steve Suter started his career as 

somewhat of an unknown on the 

Maryland football roster. Four years 

later, the Terrapins' "Mr. Everything" 

is leaving with his name penciled in 

the ACC record books. 

His eligibility at Maryland now 

exhausted, Suter did it all in his four 

seasons with the Terps. A starting 

wideout who returned punts and 

kicks, Suter was also involved in 

the running game and was one of the 

team's few receivers who could play at 

any spot (X, Z or slot). 

In the last three years, Suter has averaged 

15.0 yards per touch whether it be rushing, 

receiving or in the returns game. 

With his first return of the day against Georgia Tech 

in 2004, Suter became the ACC's all-time leader 

in punt return yardage, surpassing the mark of NC 

State's Ledel George (1,191, 1990-93). He finished 

his Terp career with 1 ,271 yards. 

In 2002, Suter tied the NCAA record for punt returns 

for a touchdown in a season (4). He returned two 

punts in 2003 for scores, leaving him just two shy 

of tying the current NCAA career record of eight 

(Wes Welker, Texas Tech, 2000-03; Antonio Perkins, 

Oklahoma, 2001 -pres.). 

Suter's six returns for a TD are a Maryland record. 





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Nick Novak finished h/s Terrapin career 
as the ACC's all-time leading scorer 



Novalf Finisiies Stellar 
Career 

It seems like ages since piacekicker Nick Novak 

hit a pair of memorable kicks at Georgia Tech that 

got the ball rolling for him and the Terrapins in 2001 . 

Eligibility now exhausted, Novak has gone from the 

focal point of a position of concern on the Terp roster 

to one of the premier players at his posifion in the 

country over the last four years. 

Starting with his game-tying kick at Georgia Tech in 

'01 , Novak made 76 of his final 93 field goal attempts 

(82%), with five of the 18 misses coming from 50 

yards or further (and two being blocks). 

A semifinalist for the Lou Groza Award in 2002 and 

2003, Novak finished his career 31 points shy of the 

NCAA scoring record. Novak finished his career with 

393 career points, a total which ranks tied for fifth in 

Division l-A history. 

For the efforts of his career, Novak was named the 

2004 recipient of the Jim Tatum Award, an honor 

bestowed upon the top senior student-athlete in the 

league. 

Novak's first field goal of 2004, a 43-yarder against 

Northern Illinois, set a new ACC scoring record, 

breaking the mark of FSU's Scott Bentley (326). 

With his game-winning 43-yard field goal in the '03 

NC State game. Novak became the all-time leading 

scorer in Maryland history, surpassing the 308 points 

ofJessAtkinson(1981-84). 

The Charlottesville, Va,, native made 54 percent (7- 

of-13) of his attempts for his career from 50 yards 

or further. He owns the school record with a 54-yard 

kick against Duke in 2003. 



Podlesh A Ray Guy 
Semifinalist 

Sdi'homore Adam Podlesh had a tall order as a 
ireshman in filling the shoes of Maryland's all-time 
leading punter. Brooks Barnard. Podlesh is playing 
like Barnard's record-setting career will barely have 
a chance for the ink to dry in the team's media guide 
before being moved aside. 
Podlesh averaged 42.3 yards per punt in 2002, 
third-best in the ACC. the fifth-best in school history 
and best ever by a freshman. It was his net punting 
and, more specifically, his ability to pin an opponent 
that had him finish the season as a Ray Guy Award 
semifinalist (an honor he achieved again in 2004), 
In 2004. Podlesh maintained a 44.8-yard average 
(second-best in the ACC and 10th-best in the nation) 
and his net average (39 4) led the ACC and was also 
seventh in the NCAA, 

On 116 career punts, Podlesh has dropped 37 
percent (43) inside the opponents' 20-yard line. 
Podlesh placed 21 of his 63 punts in 04 inside the 
20, 

Podlesh was cntical to the win over Florida State, 
averaging 45 yards per punt while dropping three 
inside the 20 and booting three for over 50 yards, 
A week after being named ACC Specialist of the 
Week for his play against Georgia Tech, Podlesh 
followed that performance with an 11 -punt day that 
featured a 45,2-yard average, two punts inside the 
20, no touchbacks and a career-long 70-yard effort 
that was downed at NCSUs 5-yard line. 
In being named a second team AII-ACC selection at 
punter in 2003, Podlesh became the first freshman 
in school history to be recognized by the league. He 
earned the honor for the second straight season in 
2004. 

DJ • Defensive 



Juggernaut 



The question sun-ounding the 2004 Terrapins 

heading into the season was virtually all about the 

quarterback position. In '03, however, that same 

'buzz' was sun'ounding "who would replace E,J, 

Henderson' at middle linebacker Thanks to the play 

of D'Qwell Jackson, those questions are as good as 

forgotten 

Maybe the fiercest competitor on the Terp roster, 

Jackson has led the Teaapms in tackles in 13 of 24 

games the last two years. He has also had 15 career 

games with double-digit tackles. 

Jackson, a first team AII-ACC selection who finished 

second in balloting for Defensive Player of the Year 

honors, led the league in tackles with 123. His 

average of 11 .2 tackles per game made him the only 

player in the ACC to average 10 or more tackles per 

game. 

Jackson's average of 11.2 tackles per game ranked 

llth-best in the NCAA for 2004. 

Jackson earned ACC Defensive Lineman of the 

Week three times in 2004 and was one of just three 



ACC players (Devin Hester, specialist: and Jonathan 

Abbate, rookie) to have earned ACC Player of the 

Week more than twice. 

The Largo, Fla,, native was everywhere against 

Clemson, notching a staggering career-high 18 

tackles (nine solo) to go along with 2,5 TFLs and a 

sack. 

Jackson was one of the few bright spots against 

Georgia Tech, tying what was then his career-high 

with 16 tackles (four solo) while adding a half-TFL 

andaPBU. 

After suffering a hyperextended elbow against 

Temple in week two, concern was that Jackson might 

have trouble playing against West Virginia. On the 

contrary, he finished with 16 tackles, a sack, one TFL 

and one PBU. 

In the opener, Jackson racked up nine tackles and 

intercepted two passes against Northern Illinois, both 

of which led to Terrapin scores. 

In the 2003 season - his first as a starter -- Jackson 

led the team in tackles with 136, one shy of the 

record for tackles by a sophomore at Maryland. His 

10.5 tackles per game ranked him seventh in the 

ACC and tops among sophomores. 

Jackson vs. Butkus 

Below are Jackson's statistics alongside the three 
finalists for the 2004 Butkus Award (nation's top 
linebacker), Virginia's Ahmad Brooks, USC's Matt 
Grootegoed and Texas' Derrick Johnson: 



Name 


G 


n 


TFL 


Sck 


Int 


FF 


Brooks (So.) 


12 


90 


9.0 


6.5 


2 


1 


Grooteqoed (Sr.) 


13 


68 


12.5 


3.0 


5 


1 


Jackson (Jr.) 


11 


123 


7.0 


4.0 


2 


1 


Johnson* (Sr.) 


12 


130 


19.0 


2.0 


1 


9 



*2004 Butkus Award recipient 



in Style 

After playing through injury most of 2003, Dfc 
Shawne Merriman - a.k.a "Lights Out" - had his 
best season in 2004. After earning first team AII-ACC 
status, he opted in eariy January to declare himself 
eligible for the NFL Draft, the second Maryland junior 
defensive lineman to do so. 
Merriman completed just his first season as the full- 
time starter but was still able to make waves in thf. 
Terrapin record books. In 37 career games, Merriman 
posted 33 tackles for loss and 22 sacks. 
In the team's season finale against Wake Forest 
- what was ultimately his final game as a Terp - 
■ Merriman registered a team-high 12 tackles, 3.5 
TFLs and 2,5 sacks. 

Merriman ends his career ranked seventh in tackles 
for loss (33) and second in sacks (22). His 17 TFLs 
tie him for the fifth-best single season in school 
history while his 8.5 sacks tie his own mari< of a 
season before which rank 11th on the single-season 
list. 

Merriman led all ACC defensive linemen and was 
second on the Terp team with 85 total tackles. 
Merriman led the Terrapins and finished tied for 
second in the ACC in sacks (8.5 total/0.8 avg.), was 
third in the league in TFLs (17 total/1 .55 avg.) and led 
the league in fumbles forced with three. 
Midway through the season. Meniman was added to 
the list of nominees for the Ted Hendricks Award, an 
honor given to the player considered the nation's top 
defensive lineman. 

At Clemson, Meniman made big play after big play, 
registenng seven tackles, three TFLs, one sack and 
one forced fumble. 

The Upper Mariboro native posted a career-high 16 
tackles from his defensive end position against NC 
State. 







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4 (o(a/ of 35 sophomores and freshmen saw action in 2004. Included in that number were eight 
true freshmen, including quarterback Jordan Steffy, who saw the field six times last season. 



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Youth is Served 

With 22 seniors (12 of whom were starters), the 2003 
Maryland squad was the most experienced in the last 
four years. One year later, the 2004 edition of the 
Terps had just three less seniors but it was easily the 
least expenenced of Ralph Friedgen's tenure. 
The '04 team had the largest group of true freshmen 
in recent memory (30). All told, there were 49 
Terrapins on the roster with four years or more of 
eligibility remaining at the beginning of the season. 
For the season, a total of 35 sophomores and 
freshmen saw action including eight true freshmen, 
two more than all of 2003. 

Upon Further Review 

In addition to the high number of youthful Terps 
taking the field, the more experienced Terps in terms 
of their academic eligibility were not what one would 
consider long in the tooth when it comes to playing 
time. 

A year after opening the season with 15 senior 
starters, Maryland finished 2004 with eight seniors 
in its starting lineup. Four of those players, however, 
were in their first season as starters. 
Of the 22 offensive and defensive players listed as 
starters on the two-deep heading into the season- 
ending Wake Forest game, 1 3 were in their first year 
as starters. 

Notably, Maryland lost 12 players in 2003 who made 
their way to in NFL camps in the fall. 



A iViiiestone Win 

The Terrapins' 20-17 win over Florida State on 
October 30 was notable in many respects. It was a 
landmark win for the current coaching staff and takes 
the program to heights not achieved in decades. The 
win was: 

- Maryland's first in 15 tnes against FSU. 

- The team's first over a top five opponent since 
1983. 

- The first over a top 10 team under Friedgen and for 
the school since 1990. 

- The first by Maryland over one of the "big three" in 
Florida since the Terps beat Miami in 1984, a game 
that saw them trail 31-0 at halftime. 



Terps Among IMation's 
Elite 

Over the course of the past four years, the Maryland 
football program has been among the best in the 
nation. The Terrapins are 36-14 in that span with a 
23-3 record at home. 

Maryland was one of just five BCS programs to win 
at least 10 games each season from 2001-2003. The 
four others were Miami (Fla.), Oklahoma, Texas and 
Washington State. 

The Terrapins are joined by just four other schools 
since 2001 to finish 2001, 2002 and 2003 ranked 
in the nation's top 20 In both major polls while also 
earning a spot in the top 25 of both preseason polls 
for 2004 (Miami (Fla), Oklahoma and Texas and 
Michigan are the others). 



A Class Act 

The success of the Maryland football team has not 

stopped on the playing field in recent years, as the 

team has improved its academic standing under 

Ralph Friedgen's watch. 

All 19 members of the 2004 senior class were on 

schedule to earn their degrees on time. 

Since Friedgen joined the Terps in 2001, 58 of 66 

football players who have exhausted their eligibility 

have graduated, including 30 in fewer than five 

years. 

Suter was one of the teams top scholar-athletes, 

earning a 4.0 grade point average in 2003-04. 

From the membership has its benefits file: when 

on the road, Friedgen lets players line up to eat by 

grade point average. The Terps must be hungry - 

11 players earned a 3.5 GPA or better for the entire 

2003-04 academic year. 



2004 SEASON STATISTICS 



RESULTS 



RECORD 


OVERALL 


HOME 


AWAY 


NEUTRAL 


ALLGAMU 


5-6 


4-2 


U 


0-0 


CONFERENCE 


M 


2-2 


1-3 


0-0 


NON-CONFERENCE 


M 


2-0 


0-1 


0-0 



Ranking 

Dale Md Opp Opponent 

-m;.: 22/21 ■-/- NORTHER N ILLINOIS 

Sep 11 2M1 -I- TEMPLE 



_W/L, Score Overall ACC 

W, 23-20 



Sep 18 21i19 7/8_ al West Virg inia^" 



Sep 25 23/23 -/- al Duke* '">^ 
Oct 9 23«3 -V- GEORGIA TECH- « 



W, 45-22 

L, 16-19 (OT) 

W, 55-21 

L, 7-20 



1-0 
2-0 
2-1 

3-2 



1-1 



Time 

2:58 
314 
3 26 
_3:14 
3:22 



Attend 

51,830 
51,292 
60,358 
16,298 
52733 



Oct 16 


-/- 


-1- 


NC STATE- ■-'^ 


L, 3-13 


3-3 


1-2 


3:23 


52,179 


Oct 23 


-1- 


-/- 


atClemson"""~" 


L, 7-10 


34 


1-3 


3:12 


78,000 


Oct 30 


-1- 


K 


FLORIDA STATE" « 


W, 20-17 


44 


2-3 


3:39 


52.203 


Nov 6 


-1- 


12rtl3 


alVitqinia"* 


1,0-16 


4-5 


2-4 


3:02 


63,072 


Nov 18 


-/- 


t15/15 


al Virginia Tech* «" 


L, 6-55 


4-6 


2-5 


3:20 


65,115 


Nov 27 


-/- 


-+- 


WAKEFORESr^" 


W,13-7 


5-* 


3-5 


3:06 


48,226 



RUSHING 



Sammy Mal donado 

Josh Allen 

Mano Merrills 
Joel Slalham 
Jo Jo Walker 
Sieve Suler 
J,P, Humber 
Keon Lallimore 
Lance Ball _ 

Drew Wealherly 
Vernon Davis _ 
Dan Melendez 
Sam Hollenbach _ 

Jordan Steffy 

TEAM 



Total. 

Opponents.,, 



G 

11 



Att 

138 



Galn^ 
592 



Lots 



144 



577 



450 

471 



1734 
1914 



Net 

560 

53:' 



AyjL _T0 



11 


33 


141 


17 


124 








10 


62 


231 


144 


87 


1.4 


1 


24 { 


10 


4 


48 


2 


46 


115 





35 ' 


10 


5 


35 


4 


31 


f ■ 






1 


6 


17 





17 


2 






4 


7 


15 





15 


2.1 





4 



419 
340 



1315 
1574 



0.2 



0.0 



-2.0 



-8.0 



.-2.1 



■1.3 



■3J_ 

2,9 

33 



12 

14 



40 



Avg/G 



2 
0.0 



-0.2 



-1.6 



-5.7 



-5.2 



-4.6 



119.5 



143.1 



■ denotes Atlantic Coast Conference game.. Rankings listed as AP .' ESPN-USA Today and are corect as to the 
dale of Ihe game or m case of future opcorients are current rankings 



TEAM STATISTICS 

MD 


OPP 


SCORING 


195 


220 


Points Per Game 


17.7 


20.0 


FIRST DOWNS 


183 


202 


Rushinq 


87 


93 


Passing 


84 


90 


Penally 


12 


19 


RUSHING YARDAGE 


1,315 


1,574 


Yards gamed rushing 


1734 


1914 


Yards lost nishing 


419 


340 


Rushing Attempts 


450 


471 


Average Per Rush 


2.9 


3.3 


Average Per Game 


119.5 


143.1 


TDs Rushing 


12 


14 


PASSING YARDAGE 


1,963 


1,894 


Att-Comp-lnl 


305-161-16 


292-141-6 


Average Per Pass 


6.4 


6.5 


Average Per Catch 


12.2 


13.4 


Average Per Game 


178.5 


172.2 


TDs Passing 


8 


7 


TOTAL OFFENSE 


3,278 


3,468 


Total Plays 


755 


763 


Average Per Play 


4.3 


4.5 


Averaoe Per Game 


2980 


315.3 


KICK RETURNS K-YARDS 


30-637 


35486 


PUNT RETURNS d-YAROS 


35-209 


27-273 


INTRrURNS »-YAROS 


6-50 


16-260 


KICK RETURN A\ E=W6E 


21.2 


25.3 


PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 


6.0 


10.1 


INT RETliRN AVERAGE 


8.3 


16.2 


FUMBLES-LOST 


29-9 


20-10 


PENALTIES-YARDS 


68-548 


61-505 


Ave'a^e -e- 3i-r 


49.8 


45.9 


PUNTS-YARDS 


63-2,755 


6&'2,514 


Average Per Punt 


43.7 


38.1 


Net :lii ave-age 


39.4 


34.9 


TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 


30:22 


29:38 


3RD-00\«N CONVERSIONS 


66/174 


50/162 


3rti-0c*- ?:: 


38% 


31% 


4TH-0OWN CONVERSIONS 


4ni 


7/15 


4lh-Dov»-i Pet 


36% 


47% 


SACKS BY-YAROS 


28-173 


30-225 


MISC YARDS 





103 


TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 


21 


26 


FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 


16-22 


12-23 


PAT-ATTEMPTS 


21-21 


22-23 


ATTENDANCE 


308,463 


282,843 


GamesiAvg Per Game 


6SL410 


5ffi6.569 




i 





PASSING 



Joel Slalham 



Eflic Att-Cmp-jnt^ 

109.38 234-f26-15 



Pet 

53,8 



Yds 



Sam Hollenbach 


3 


114.54 


36-22-0 


61.1 


229 


Jordan Steffy 


6 


65.90 


32-12-1 


37.5 


132 


Ryan Mitch 


1 


200.80 


1-1-0 


1000 


'2 



^mA 



0.00 



2-0-0 



Total .^ 

Opponents^ 



105.01 



305-161-16 



106.57 



292-141-6 



RECEIVING 



No 



Yds 



Derrick Fenner 



35 



430 



00 
52,8 
48,3 



AvB 



1963 
1894 



TD 



TD 



123 



Lg 



Vernon Davis 



27 



441 



16.3 



Avg /G 

159,0 
763 
22 



1765 
172.2 



Steve Suter 


10 


23 


270 




11.7 







43 




270 


Rich Parson 


11 


22 


254 




11.5 




1 


31 




231 


Jo Jo Walker 


10 


14 


139 




9.9 




1 


37 




154 


DrevirWeatheily 


8 


9 


103 




11.4 







18 




119 


Josh Allen 


11 


8 


96 




12.0 




1 


72 




8.7 


Rob Abiamiri 


11 


8 


68 




8.5 







16 




6.2 


Dan Melendez 




6 


109 




18.2 







39 




21.8 


Sammy Maldonado 


11 


6 


52 




8.7 







14 




4.7 


Derek Miller 


11 


1 


7 




7.0 







7 




0.6 


Keon Lallimore 




1 


-3 




-3.0 












■0.8 


Lou LombanJo 


10 


1 


-3 




■3.0 












■0.3 


Total 


11 


161 


1963 




112 




8 


72 




178.5 


Opponents 


11 


141 


1894 




13.4 




7 


44 




1712 


PUNTING 

No. 


Yds 


Avg 


Long 




TB 


FC 


50* 


120 


BIkd 


Adam Podlesh 


63 


2755 


43.7 


70 




7 


7 


14 


21 





Total 


63 


2755 


43.7 


70 




7 


7 


14 


21 





Opponents 


66 


2514 


38.1 


69 




4 





4 


22 


2 



PUNT RETURNS 

No. Yds Avg TD 


Long 


Steve Suter 27 163 6.0 


36 


Rrch Parson 5 36 7.2 


12 


David Holloway 1 12 12.0 





TEAM 1 0.0 





Jo Jo Walker 1 -2 -2.0 





Total 35 209 6.0 


36 


Opponents...... 27 273 10.1 


27 


INTERCEPTIONS 

No. Yds Avg TD 


Long 


RayCustis 2 0.0 





DQwell Jackson 2 36 18.0 


34 


ChnsKeHey 1 11 11.0 


11 


William Kershaw 1 3 3.0 


3 


Total 6 50 8.3 


34 


Opponents..... 16 260 16J 3 


85 



KICK RETURNS 

No. Yds Avg 


TD 


Lonq 


Steve Suter 


15 


362 


24.1 





52 


Jo Jo Walker 


11 


203 


18.5 





39 


RKhPareon 


3 


44 


14.7 





18 


RobAbianwi 


1 


13 


13.0 





13 


Demdc Fenner 





15 


0.0 





15 


Total.. _ 


30 


637 


21J 





52 


Opponents — 


35 


886 


25.3 


1 


94 


FUMBLE RETURNS 

No. Yds Avg TD Long 


Henfy Scott 








OS 


1 





Total 








OJt 


1 





Opponents— 


2 


103 


515 


1 


S5 



113 



3 



O 

a 

(0 



^WM^m 




■4>ri 



I RMmRQHG\tiL' 



SCORING 





TD 


FGs 


Kick 


PATs 

Rush Rev 


Pass 


DXP 


Saf 


Points 


Nick Novak 





16-22 


21-21 




0-0 





0-0 








69 


Josh Allen 


6 


0-0 


0-0 




0-0 





0-0 








36 


Sammy Maldonado 




0-0 


0-0 




0-0 





0-0 








30 


Vernon Davis 




0-0 


0-0 




0-0 





0-0 








18 


Derrick Fenner 




0-0 


0-0 




0-0 





0-0 








12 


Mario Merrills 




0-0 


0-0 




0-0 





0-0 








6 


Rich Parson 




0-0 


0-0 




0-0 





0-0 








6 


Jo Jo Walker 




0-0 


0-0 




0-0 





0-0 








6 


Joel Statham 




0-0 


0-0 




0-0 





0-0 








6 


Henry Scott 




0-0 


0-0 




0-0 





0-0 








6 


Total 


21 


16-22 


21-21 




0-0 





0-0 








195 


Opponents 


26 


12-23 


22-23 




1-1 


1 


1-1 





1 


220 


ALL PURPOSE 

G Rush 




Rec 




PR 


KOR 


IR 


Tot 


Avg/G 


Steve Suter 


10 


31 




270 




163 


362 





826 


82.6 


Josh Allen 


11 


533 




96 













629 


57.2 


Sammy Maldonado 


11 


560 




52 













612 


55.6 


Derrick Fenner 


11 







430 







15 





445 


40.5 


Vemon Davis 


11 


-2 




441 













439 


39.9 


Jo Jo Walker 


10 


46 




139 




-2 


203 





386 


42.9 


Rich Parson 


11 







254 




36 


44 





334 


30.4 


Mano Men-ills 


11 


124 


















124 


11.3 


Drew Weatherty 


8 







103 













103 


12.9 


Dan Melendez 


5 


-8 




109 













101 


20.2 


Joel Statham 


10 


87 


















87 


8.7 


Rob Abiamin 


11 







68 







13 





81 


7.4 


Total 


11 


1315 


1963 




209 


637 


50 


4174 


379.5 


Opponents 


11 


1574 


1894 




273 


886 


260 


4887 


444.3 



TOTAL OFFENSE 

G Plays 


7ush 




Pass 


Total 




Avq/G 


Joel Statham 




10 


296 


87 




1590 


1677 




167.7 


Sammy Maldonado 




11 


138 


560 







560 




50.9 


Josh Allen 




11 


144 


533 







533 




48.5 


Sam Hollenbach 




3 


44 


■17 




229 


212 




70.7 


Mario Merrills 




11 


33 


124 







124 




11.3 


Jordan Steffy 




6 


56 


-31 




132 


101 




16.8 


Total 




11 


755 


1315 




1963 


3278 




298.0 


Opponents 




11 


763 


1574 




1894 


3468 




315.3 


FIELD GOALS 

FGM-FGA Pet 


01-19 20-29 


30-39 


40-49 


50-99 


Lq 


BIk 


Nick Novak 


16-22 


72.7 


0-0 2-2 




5-8 


9-12 


0-0 


47 


1 


Novak -career 


80-707 


74.8 


1-1 26-29 


22-29 


24-35 


7-13 


54 


4 


Opponents 


12-23 


52.2 


1-1 5-6 




2-8 


3-5 


0-3 


49 





FG SEQUENCE 






Maryland 






Opponents 






Northern Illinois 






(43),(34),(44) 








(21) 






Temple 






45,(39) 














West Virginia 




(31),(46),49,(33) 






39,(45),(37),39 






Duke 






(20),(47) 














Georgia Tech 






44 








19).(27) 






NC Slate 






37,(40) 






(32),32,(49),51,30 






Clemson 






38 








(21) 






Flonda State 






(43),(45) 






(48),41, 52,45 






Virginia 












53,(27),35 






Virginia Tech 






(42),(33) 








(27),(34) 






Wake Forest 






(22),(47),37 








25 







Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made. 



DEFENSE 



1 Tackles | |-Sacks-1 |-Pass De 

GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yds Int-Yds 


-1 

BrUp 


QBH 


1 Fumbles j 

Rcv-Yds FF 


BIkd 
Kick 


Sa 




52 D'Qwell Jackson 11 63 60 123 7.0-35 4.0-26 2-36 5 1 1-0 1. 




45 ShawneMemman 11 53 32 85 17.0-87 8.547 . 2 10 1-0 3. 




2 Chns Kelley 11 45 40 85 13.5-36 2.5-14 1-11 2 . 2-0 2. 




48 William Kershaw 11 38 36 74 6.0-26 2.0-18 1-3 2 2 .12 




54 David Holloway 11 29 24 53 4.0-14 1.5-11 .11 2-0.1 




26 RayCustis 11 27 18 45 .2-0 4. 








38 Gerrick McPhearson 11 24 14 38 1.0-8 1.0-8 


11 










6 Domonique Foxworth 11 31 5 36 1.0-3 


8 1-C 










95 Conrad Bolston 11 9 18 27 50-20 2.5-16 


1 5 










4 Josh Wilson 11 13 14 27 


2 5 


2 








41 Kevin Eli 10 10 15 25 4.0-11 2.0-10 


1 6 










35 Wesley Jefferson 8 9 13 22 1.0-1 












76 Henry Scott 11 16 5 20 9.0-32 2.0-19 




2 2-C 










27 Milton Harris 11 8 10 18 














23 ChrisVamer 11 13 4 17 


2 












99 RobAmistrong 11 6 10 16 2.5-3 




3 










32 TimCesa 5 6 8 14 1.0-2 






1 








92 Dre Moore 8 6 6 12 1.5-4 1.0-2 




3 










5 Ricardo Dickerson 11 4 6 10 0.5-1 




2 










17 Reuben Haiqier 11 2 4 6 


4 












47 JonCondo 11 3 3 6 1.0-2 
















40 Maurice Smith 11 2 3 5 
















98 Omarr Savage 6 4.4 1.0-2 1.0-2 
















15 Curtis Williams 11 1 3 4 










1 






64 Justin Dullie 2 2 13 1.0-1 
















30 J.J. Justice 11 2 1 3 
















83 Derrick Fenner 11 3 . 3 
















21 Chris Choice 3 2 13 






1-C 










67 JackGriffin 4 12 3 


1 














74 C.J. Brooks 11 3 . 3 
















18 Vemon Davis 11 . 2 2 
















34 Steve Suter 10 1 . 1 
















19 Jordan Steffy 6 1.1 
















8 Mario Merrills 11 . 1 1 
















36 AdamPodlesh 11 . 1 1 
















33 JoshAllen 11 1 • . 1 
















22 Rich Parson 11 1 . 1 
















93 Davian Bryan 3 . . . 








1 






Total 11 43S 360 798 77.0-286 28-173 6-50 46 40 104 11 4 




Opponents 11 449 337 786 85.0-377 30-225 16-260 40 7 9-103 9 1 1 



BLOCKED KICKS 

1 5 - Curtis Williams (Punt vs. Northern Illinois) • 48 - William Kershaw (FG at West Virginia). (FG at Virginia) • 54 - David Holloway (Punt at Clemson) 



OFFENSIVE GAME-BY-C 



Rushing 



TC-Yds, . TD 
Northern Illinois 


#7 Number 


#8 Merrills 


#9 Walker 


#16Statham 


#19 Steffy 


#25 Lattimore 


#29 Maldonado 


#33 Allen 
1 22-102/1 


tU Siilor 


dnp-inj 


MIO 


0-0/0 


8^-4) /O 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


14-84/1 


Temple 


dnp-inj 


10-28/0 


1-6/0 


5-29/0 


2-3/0 


dnp-cd 


18-106/2 


12-39/1 , 


0-U ,' c 


ai Wesi Virginia 


dnp-inj 


0-0/0 


1-<-2)/0 


6-39/0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


13-69/0 


1^66/0 


1-15/0 


ai Duke 


6-17/0 


fr42/1 


0-0/0 


7-24/0 


2-8/0 


dnp^d 


23-99/1 


15-87:1 


0-0/0 
0^/0 


Georgia Tech 


dnp-cd 


0-0/0 


dnp-inj 


7-<-33)/0 


8-(-34)/0 


dnpKxi 


15-23/1 


7-54/0 


NC Stale 


dniHXl 


0-0/0 


0-0(0 


4-(-9);0 


6-(-5)/0 


0-0 / 


11-37 ;0 


1644/0 


0-0/0 


al Clemson 


dnp-cd 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


11-27/0 


dnp-cd 


4-11/0 


11-39/0 


10-8/1 


0-0/0 


Flonda State 


dnp<d 


0-0/0 


2-42/0 


6-(-5)/1 


dnp-cd 


0-0/0 


12-21/0 


13-23/0 


0-0/0 


at Virginia 


dniKd 


043/0 


0-0/0 


7-13/0 


4^-7)/0 


0-0/0 


5-8/0 


1fr39/0 


dnpHnj 


at Virginia Tech 


dnp-cd 


7-13/0 


dnp-inj 


1-6/0 


2-4/0 


3-4 '0 


7-29/0 


3K-3)/0 


2-0/0 


Wai(e Forest 


dnp-cd 


10-41/0 


0-0/0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


0-0 ■ 


9-45/0 


18-74/1 


0-0/0 


Receiving 


Rec-Yds./TD 


l»3 R.Abiamiri 


#9 Walker 


#11 Weatherly 


#15 C.Williams 


#18 V Davis 


#22 Parson 


#29 Maldonado 


#33 Allen 




Northern Illinois 


1-2,'0 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


5-72/0 


2-39/0 


0-0/0 


• . • f : 




Temple 


1-16/0 


1-12/1 


2-21/0 


0-0 .'C 


0^/0 


2-37/0 


2-14/0 






at West Virginia 


1-8/0 


2-17/0 


1-18/0 


0-0/0 


1-4/0 


1-11/0 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 




at Duke 


1-16/0 


2-38/0 


2-22/0 


0-0/0 


4-101/3 


5-94/1 


1-4/0 


0-0/0 1 


Georgia Tech 


2-15/0 


0-0/0 


dnpnnj 


0-0/0 


2-28/0 


0-0/0 


MIO 


1-<-6)/0 




NC State 


MIO 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


1-6/0 


2-9/0 


MIO 


1-{-8)/0 




at Clemson 


MIO 


1-7/0 


1-3/0 


0-0/0 


1-4/0 


5-35/0 


1-14/0 


MIO 


Flonda State 


MIO 


4-36/0 


2-25/0 


0-0/0 


6-99/0 


3-16/0 


2-20/0 


3-98/1 


at Virginia 


0-0/0 


1-19/0 


1-14/0 


MIO 


5-104/0 


1-7/0 


0-0/0 


1-(-3)/0 




at Virginia Tech 

\Va^e F:resl 


MIO 


dnpnnj 


dnp-inj 


0-0/0 


1-8/0 


1-6/0 


O-O/O 


0-0/0 




" • • ■ - 


3-10 '0 


dnp-inj 


0-0/0 


1-15/0 


G-0 ■ 


0-0 '0 


'-1J-G 




Rec-Yds. / TD 


#34 Suter 


#40 M.Smlth 


I #80Haynos 


#81 RAblamirl 


#83 Fenner 


#84 D.Miller 


#85 Melendez 




Northern Illinois 


0^/0 


0^1/0 


0-0/0 


dnp-cd 


1-27/0 


0^/0 


2-28/0 






Temple 


3-56/0 


0^/0 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


4-70/1 


frO/0 


342/0 






ai West Virginia 


1-8/0 


0^/0 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


242/1 


MIO 


dnp-inj 






al Duke 


5-53/0 


MIO 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


4-73/0 


1-7/0 


dnp-inj 






Georgia Tech 


3-24/0 


MIO 


dn[Kd 


0-0/0 


3-13/0 


0-0/0 


MIO 






NC State 


0^/0 


0-0/0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


2-20/0 


0-0/0 


MIO 






at Clemson 


1-13/0 


0-0/0 


MIO 


0-0/0 


4-35/0 


0-0/0 


dnp-cd 






Ronda State 


0-0/0 


MIO 


MIO 


dnp<d 


dnp-inj 


MIO 


1-39/0 






at Virginia 


dnHnj 


MIO 


MIO 


0-0/0 


3-22/0 


0-0/0 


dnp-inj 






at Virginia Tech 


&«9/0 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


7-61/0 


0-0/0 


dnp-inj 






Wake Forest 


4-47/0 


MIO 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


5-67/0 


0-0/0 


dnp-inj 




Passing 








Field Go< 


lis 




Punting 






A-C-l Y : TD 


#14 Hollenbach 


#16Statham 


#19 Steffy 


Made. Missed 


#46 Novak 




No-Avg. / In20 


#36 Podlesh 




Nonneni Illinois 


dn^cd 


22-12-1/169/0 


dnp-cd 


Northern Illinois 


43q.34q,44fl 




Northern Illinois 


348.7/1 




Temple 


dniKd 


25-18-0/268/2 


3-0-0/0/0 


Temple 


45wl,399 




Temple 


3-36.0/2 




at West Virginia 


dnp-cd 


20-9-3/108/1 


dnp-cd 


at West Virginia 


31g,46g,49wl,3 


}g 


at West Virginia 


246.5/1 


at Duke 


1-1-0/12/0 


37-22-3/362/4 


1-1-0/22/0 


at Duke 


20g,47g 


at Duke 


1-32.0/1 


Georgia Tech 


dnpKxJ 


14-6-0/36/0 


9-5^/38/0 


Georgia Tech 


44wr 


Georgia Tech 


949.8/1 




NC Stale 


dnfHxl 


11-6^/ 18/0 


7-1-0/6/0 


NC State 


37wl,40g 


NC State 


1145.2/2 




at Clemson 


dniKd 


31-14-2/111/0 


dniwd 


at Clemson 


38wl 


at Clemson 


740.6/3 




Flonda State 


dniKd 


40-21-1/333/1 


dnpnxJ 


Rorida State 


43g,45g 


Rorida State 


845.0/3 




at Virginia 


dn(Kd 


17-10-2/115/0 


6-2-0/48/0 


at Virginia 


none 


at Virginia 


54Z0/3 




at Virginia Tech 


8-5O/53/0 


17-8-3/70/0 


6-3-1/18/0 


at Virginia Tech 


42g.33g 




at Virginia Tech 


643.3/2 




Wake Forest 


27-16-0 '164/0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


Wake Forest 


22g. 47g, 37b 




Wake Forest 


8-39.8/2 





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DEFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME 



UT-AT-n/Sk 


#2 Kellev 


#4 J.Wilson 


#5 Dickerson 


#6 Foxworth 


#15 C. Williams 


#17 Halqler 


#18 Davis 


#23Varner 




Northern Illinois 


5-4-9/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


3-14/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0,0 


0-1-1/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 




Temple 


0-0-0/0.0 


2-24/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


2-0-2/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


2-0-2/0.0 




at West Virginia 


4-2-6/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


2-0-2/0.0 


4-04/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 




at Duke 


5-3-8/1.0 


0-2-2/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


4-04/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 




Georgia Tech 


6-6-12/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


3-0-3/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 




NC State 


6-5-11/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


2-0-2/0.0 




at Clemson 


2-24/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


5-1-6/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


5-1-6/0.0 




Florida State 


4-04/0.0 


2-24/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 


5-1-6/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 




al Virginia 


3-8-11/0.0 


34-7/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


3-2-5/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0,0 


1-1-2/0.0 




al Virginia Tech 


44-8/0.0 


3-0-3/0.0 


1-0-1/0,0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 




Wake Forest 


6-6-12/1.5 


1-2-3/0.0 


0-0-0/0,0 


3-0-3/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 






UT-AT-n/Sk 


#26 Custis 


#27 Harris 


#32 Cesa 


#35 Jefferson 


#38 McPhearson 


#40 M.Smith 


#41 Eli 






Northern Illinois 


3-14/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0,0 


3-14/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 






Temple 


1-2-3/0.0 


34-7/0.0 


4-3-7/0.0 


5-7-12/0,0 


4-1-5/1.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 






at West Virginia 


4-1-5/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


dnp-cd 


1-2-3/0.0 


2-0-2/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


3-14/0.0 






at Duke 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 


2-1-3/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


dnp-inj 






Georgia Tech 


3-14/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


dnp-cd 


0-1-1/0.0 


2-1-3/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


2-0-2/0.0 






NC State 


2-24/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


dnp-cd 


0-1-1/0.0 


4-3-7/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 






at Clemson 


3-2-5/0.0 


0-0-0/0,0 


dnp-cd 


0-1-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 






Florida State 


3-14/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


2-1-3/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-1-2/0.5 






at Virginia 


2-5-7/0.0 


2-1-3/0.0 


1-34/0,0 


dnp-inj 


2-1-3/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


2-3-5/1.0 






at Virginia Tech 


3-2-5/0.0 


0-3-3/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


dnp-inj 


1-2-3/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-2-3/0.0 






Wake Forest 


3-14/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


dnp-cd 


1-0-1/0.0 


2-24/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


1-34/0.5 








UT-AT-n / Sk 


#45 Merriman 


#47 Condo 


#48 Kershaw 


#52 Jackson 


#54 Holloway 


#64 Duffle 


#76 Scott 






Northern Illinois 


9-1-10/1.0 


0-0-0 / 0.0 


5-2-7 / 0,0 


8-1-9/0.0 


44-8/0.0 


2-1-3/0.0 


2-0-2/0.0 






Temple 


1-1-2/1.0 


0-3-3 / 0,0 


1-34/0,0 


2-24 / 0.0 


2-1-3/0.0 


0-0-0 / 0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 






at West Virginia 


8-1-9/1.0 


0-0-0 / 0.0 


5-2-7 / 0.0 


9-7-16/1.0 


8-0-8 / 0.0 


dnp-inj 


6-0-6/1.0 






at Duke 


2-24/1.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


3-2-5 / 0.0 


34-7 / 0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


dnp-inj 


0-0-0/0.0 






Georgia Tech 


4-5-9/1.0 


0-0-0 / 0.0 


1-6-7/0.0 


4-12-16/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


dnp-inj 


044 / 0.0 






NC State 


9-7-16/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


3-0-3 / 0.0 


44-8 / 0.0 


24-6/0.0 


dnp-inj 


2-0-2 / 0.0 






at Clemson 


34-7/1.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


34-7/1.0 


9-9-18/1.0 


2-0-2/1.0 


dnp-inj 


1-0-1/0.0 






Florida State 


1-1-2/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


4-2-6/1.0 


8-3-11/0.5 


2-24 / 0.5 


dnp-inj 


1-0-1/0.0 






at Virginia 


6-4-10/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


2-5-7/0.0 


9-7-16/0.0 


3-3-6/0.0 


dnp-inj 


2-1-3/0.0 






at Virginia Tech 


3-14/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


6-8-14/0.0 


5-2-7/1.0 


3-6-9/0.0 


dnp-inj 


0-0-0/0.0 






Wake Forest 


7-5-12/2.5 


1-0-1/0.0 


5-2-7 / 0,0 


2-9-11/0.5 


2-3-5/0,0 


dnp-inj 


1-0-1/1.0 








UT-AT-TT/Sk 


#92 Moore 


I #95 Bolston 


#98 Savage 


#99 Armstronq 








1 


Northern Illinois 


dnp-cd 


1-1-2/00 


dnp-inj 


0-1-1/0.0 












Temple 


dnp-cd 


1-1-2/0.0 


3-0-3/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 












at West Virginia 


dnp-cd 


3-3-6/1.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


3-14/0.0 












at Duke 


0-0-0/0.0 


2-1-3/1.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 












Georgia Tech 


2-1-3/0.0 


1-2-3/0.0 


dnp-cd 


0-1-1/0.0 












NC State 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-34/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 












at Clemson 


1-0-1/1.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


dnp-cd 


1-0-1/0.0 












Florida State 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-1-1/0.5 


1-0-1/1.0 


0-0-0/0.0 












at Virginia 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 


dnp-cd 


1-2-3/0.0 












at Virginia Tech 


1-34/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 












Wake Forest 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0/0.0 











dnp-inj - did not play/injury; dnp-cd ■■ did not play/coach's decision 



3 




GSM 



TEAM GAME-BY-GAME 



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 


TIME OF 
POSS. 


MARYLAND 

Northern Illinois 


23 

20 


21 
20 


12- 8-1 
7-11-2 


46-198-2 
38-118-1 


22-12-1 
37-19-2 


169 
219 




1 


68-367 
75-337 


3-48.7 
6-330 


4-2 

1-1 


5-45 
5-36 


1-9 
2-29 


5-12 
5-18 


0-0 
2-2 


29:36 
30:24 


MARYLAND 
Temple 


45 
22 


26 
19 


14-11-1 
11-6-2 


49-203-3 
37-158-3 


28-18-0 
27-16-0 


268 
188 


2 




77-471 
64-346 


3-36.0 
5-33.8 


3-1 
4-2 


9-69 
9-50 


2-13 
2-21 


11-16 
3-11 


1-1 
1-3 


33 Ki 
265 


MARYLAND 
at West Virginia 


16 
19 


17 
22 


10-5-2 
12-10-0 


41-187-0 
61-220-1 


20- 9-3 
22-10-0 


108 
132 


1 
1 


61-295 
83-352 


2-46 5 

5-35 2 


3-2 

2-1 


4-20 
6-60 


4-29 

0-0 


3-11 
9-18 


1-1 

0-1 


27 11; 
32:42 


MARYLAND 
at Duke 


55 
21 


35 
8 


17-18-0 
5-3-0 


60-277-3 
27- 83-0 


40-25-3 
19-8-1 


408 
102 


4 
1 


100-685 
46-185 


1-32,0 
6-41.8 


3-0 
4-3 


3-24 
2-5 


3-17 
1-5 


16-20 
2-9 


0-0 
0-0 


41:22 
18:38 


MARYLAND 
Georgia Tech 


20 


10 
16 


4-4-2 
6-8-2 


38- 8-1 
43-131-1 


23-11-0 
22-11-0 


74 
197 



1 


61-81 
65-328 


9-49.8 
8-33.5 


4-0 

1-0 


8-69 
8-62 


1- 1 
7-64 


2-16 
4-16 


0-2 
0-0 


28:26 
31:34 


MARYLAND 
NC Stale 


3 
13 


5 

18 


2-2-1 
5-11-2 


37- 67-0 
45- 95-1 


19-7-0 
30-13-0 


24 
208 






56-91 
75-303 


11-45.2 
641.7 


1-0 
3-1 


9-66 
8-70 


0-0 

5-31 


2-17 
7-18 


0-1 

0-0 


28:31 
31:29 


MARYLAND 
at Clemson 


7 
10 


13 
16 


8-4-1 
3-9-4 


37-83-1 
40- 36-1 


31-14-2 
31-14-0 


111 
170 






68-194 
71-206 


7-40.6 
9-40.0 


3-0 
0-0 


6-47 
4-55 


5-37 
3-15 


7-18 
3-16 


0-1 
1-2 


30:59 
29:01 


MARYLAND 
Flonda State 


20 

17 


17 

21 


3-13-1 
3-14-4 


38- 54-1 
23- 50-0 


40-21-1 
51-22-2 


333 
304 


1 
1 


78-387 
74-354 


8-450 
6-418 


2-1 

0-0 


5-55 
7-56 


4-26 

2-9 


7-20 

3-15 


0-0 

0-1 


34:45 
25:15 


MARYLAND 
at Virginia 



16 


7 
26 


3-4-0 
19-7-0 


27-51-0 
61-295-2 


23-12-2 
17-10-1 


163 
114 






50-214 
78-409 


5-42.0 
3-40.3 


1-1 

3-1 


4-35 
0-0 


1-1 
3-20 


2-12 
6-14 


1-2 


21:19 
38:41 


MARYLAND 
at Virginia Tech 


6 
55 


14 
22 


4-7-3 
14-6-2 


30- 56-0 
50-239-4 


31-16-4 
14- 8-0 


141 

137 




2 


61-197 
64-376 


6-43 3 
4-312 


2-1 

1-0 


11-89 
8-75 


1-7 
1-4 


5-14 

5-i: 


0-0 


30 32 
29 28 


MARYLAND 

Wake Forest 


13 

7 


18 

14 


10-8-0 

8-5-1 


47-131-1 
46-149-1 


28-16-0 
22-10-0 


164 
123 






75-295 
68-272 


8-39.8 
8-43 1 


3-1 
1-1 


4-29 
4-36 


6-33 
4-27 


6-18 

3-15 


1-1 

1-3 


28:07 

3153 



Turnovers 

■jkeaways - 16 
Giveaways - 25 
Points Following Turnovers 

Md. -54(6TD,4FG| 

Opp - 77 {10 TD 1 FG) 

Special Teams 

Biockefl Kicds (by Md.) - 3 
Blocked Kicks (by Opp ) - 1 

Kickoff Coverage 

Kickoffs - Md 46. Opp 46 
Fair Catches by - Md. 0. Opp. 
Touchbacks by - Md. 10. Opp. 11 
Onside Attempts - 

Md 1 (0 rec ). Opp. 4 (0 rec.) 
Out of Bounds by - Md 1 , Opp 4 
Returns Alkwred (Md.) - 35-886 (25.3 avg ) 
Returns Allowed (Opp.) - 30-637 (21 .2 avg.) 



Punt Coverage 

Punls-Md 63, Opp 66 

Blocksby-Md. 2. Opp 

Fair Catches by - Md 0. Opp 7 

Touchbacks - Md 7. Opp. 4 

Inside20-Md. 21.0pp 22 

Returns Allowed (Md.) - 27-273 (10.1 avg.) 

Returns Allowed (Opp.) - 35-209 (6.0 avg.) 

Red Zone 

Md. ScoresfTimes in Red Zone 

Sconng Percentage - 21-28 (750) 
TD Percentage -15-28 (.536) 
Scores -21 (15 TO. 6 FG) 
Non-Scores - 7 (2 Fumbles. 2 Inls. 
2 Missed FGs, Downs) 

Opp. Scores/Times in Red Zone 

Sconng Percentage - 29-38 ( 763) 
TD Percentage - 20-38 (.526) 
Scores - 29 (20 TD, 9 FG) 
Non-Scores - 9 (Int. End Game, 2 Downs 
4 Missed FGs, Fumblei 



TERRAPINS WHEN... 



Total 



AGO 



Record 5-6 , 

Home 4-2.. 

Away 1-4.. 



Total ACC 

, 3-5 Leading at Halftime 5-1 3-1 

.. 2-2 Tied at Halftime 0-0 00 

.. 1-3 Behind at Halftime 0-5 0-4 



Cun-ent Streak Won 1 Won 1 Leading After 3rd Qtr 5-1 3-1 

Current Home Streak Won 2 Won 2 Tied After 3rd Qtr 0-1 0-0 

Cun-ent Road Streak Lost 3 Lost 3 Behind After 3rd Qtr (M 0-4 



Day Game 3-5.. 

Night Game 2-1 .. 

TV Game 3-6.. 

September 3-1.. 

October 1-3.. 

November 1-2.. 

vs. Top 25 1-3.. 

Scoring Rrst 4-1 .. 

Come-From-Behind 2-6 1-5 



Leading After 1st Qtr 3-1 2-1 

Tied After 1st Qtr 1-1 1-1 

Behind After 1st Qtr 1-4 0-3 



..34 
.0-1 
.3-5 

.1-0 
.1-3 
.1-2 

.1-2 

.3-1 



Overtime 0-1. 



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Scoring 20+ Points 4-0 2-0 

Scoring 30* Points 2-0 1-0 

Allowing 10- Points 1-1 1-1 

Allowing 20- Points 3-5 2-4 

With 100-Yard Rusher 2-0 OO 

Allowing 100-Yard Rusher 1-2 1-1 

With 300-Yard Passer 2-0 2-0 

Allowing 300-YanJ Passer M 0-0 

Outgain Opponent M 3-0 

Fewer Turnovers 2-1 1-1 

More Time of Possession 3-2 2-2 



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SEASON SUPERLATIVES 

Individual Maryland Game Highs Individual Opponent Game Highs 



Rushes 


23 


Maldonado, S. at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


Yards Rushing 


106 


Maldonado, S vs Temple (Sep 11, 2004) 


TD Rushes 
Long Rush 


2 
40 


Maldonado, S vs Temple (Sep 11, 2004) 
Maldonado, S, at West Virginia (Sep 18, 2004) 


Pass attempts 


40 


Statham, J. vs Flonda State (Oct 30, 2004) 


Pass completions 


22 


Statham, J. at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


Yards Passing 


362 


Statham, J. at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


TD Passes 


4 


Statham, J. at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


Long Pass 


72 


Statham, J. vs Flonda State (Oct 30, 2004) 


Receptions 


7 


Fenner, D. at Virginia Tech (Nov 18, 2004) 


Yards Receiving 


104 


Davis, V. at Virginia (Nov 06, 2004) 


TD Receptions 


3 
72 


Davis, V, at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


Long Reception 


Allen, J. vs Flonda State (Oct 30, 2004) 


Field Goals 


3 


Novak, N. vs Norlhem Illinois (Sep 04, 2004) 


Novak, N, at West Virginia (Sep 18, 2004) 


Long Field Goal 


47 


Novak, N, at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 




Novak, N. vs Wake Forest (Nov 27, 2004) 


Punts 


11 


Podlesh,A.vs NO State (Oct 16, 2004) 


Punting Avq 


49.7 


Podlesh, A, vs Georgia Tech (Oct 09, 2004) 


Long Punt 


70 


Podlesh, A. vs NO State (Oct 16, 2004) 


Long Punt Return 


36 


Suter, S. at Clemson (Oct 23, 2004) 


Long Kickoff Return 


52 


Suter, S. vs Georgia Tech (Oct 09, 2004) 


Tackles 


18 


Jackson, D. at Clemson (Oct 23, 2004) 


Sacks 


2.5 


Merriman, S, vs Wake Forest (Nov 27, 2004) 


Tackles For Loss 


3.5 


Merriman, S, vs Wake Forest (Nov 27, 2004) 


Interceptions 


2 


Jackson, D. vs Northern Illinois (Sep 04, 2004) 


Maryland Team Highs 

Rushes 60 at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


Yards Rushing 


277 


at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


Yards Per Rush 


4.6 


at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


TD Rushes 


3 


vs Temple (Sep 11, 2004) 


at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


Pass attempts 


40 


at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


vs Florida State (Oct 30, 2004) 


Pass completions 


25 


at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


Yards Passing 


408 


at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


Yards Per Pass 


10.2 


at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


TD Passes 


4 


at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


Total Plays 


100 


at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


Total Offense 


685 


at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


Yards Per Play 


6.8 


at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


Points 


55 


at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


Sacks By 


6 


vs Wake Forest (Nov 27, 2004) 


First Doviins 


35 


at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


Penalties 


11 


at Virginia Tech (Nov 18, 2004) 


Penalty Yards 


89 


at Virginia Tech (Nov 18, 2004) 


Turnovers 


5 


atWestVirginia(Sep18,2004) 


at Virginia Tech (Nov 18, 2004) 


Interceptions By 


2 


vs Northern Illinois (Sep 04, 2004) 


vs Flonda State (Oct 30, 2004) 



Rushes 


32 


Hams, Kay-Jay, at West Virginia (Sep 18, 2004) 


Yards Rushing 


170 


Pearman, A, at Virginia (Nov 06, 2004) 


TD Rushes 


2 


Washington, W., vs Temple (Sep 11 , 2004) 


Lundy,W, at Virginia (Nov 06, 2004) 


lmoh,M., at Virginia Tech (Nov 18, 2004) 


Long Rush 


32 


Harris, A.J., vs Northern Illinois (Sep 04, 2004) 


Pass attempts 


36 


Horvath, Phil, vs Northem Illinois (Sep 04, 2004) 


Pass completions 


19 


Horvath, Phil, vs Northem Illinois (Sep 04, 2004) 


Yards Passing 


219 


Horvath, Phil, vs Northem Illinois (Sep 04, 2004) 


TD Passes 


2 


Randall,B., at Virginia Tech (Nov 18, 2004) 


Long Pass 


44 


Ball, R., vs Georgia Tech (Oct 09. 2004) 


Receptions 


5 


Henry, Chris, at West Virginia (Sep 18, 2004) 


Cunie, A, at Clemson (Oct 23, 2004) 


Thorpe, C, vs Flonda Slate (Oct 30, 2004) 


Stovall, C, vs Flonda State (Oct 30, 2004) 


Yards Receiving 


89 


Currie, A, at Clemson (Oct 23, 2004) 


TD Receptions 


1 


Wolfe, Garrett, vs Northem Illinois (Sep 04, 2004) 


Henry, Chris, at West Virginia (Sep 18, 2004) 


Patrick, B., at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


Curry, N., vs Georgia Tech (Oct 09, 2004) 


Stovall, C, vs Flonda State (Oct 30, 2004) 


Maz2etta,J., at Virginia Tech (Nov 18, 2004) 


Kinq,J„ at Virginia Tech (Nov 18, 2004) 


Long Reception 


44 


Johnson, C , vs Georgia Tech (Oct 09, 2004) 


Field Goals 


2 


Cooper, Brad, at West Virginia (Sep 18, 2004) 


Bell, T., vs Georgia Tech (Oct 09, 2004) 


Deraney, J., vs NC State (Oct 16, 2004) 


Pace,B., at Virginia Tech (Nov 18, 2004) 


Long Field Goal 


49 


Deraney, J., vs NC State (Oct 16, 2004) 


Punts 


8 


Arndt, B., vs Georgia Tech (Oct 09, 2004) 


Chason, C, at Clemson (Oct 23, 2004) 


Plackemeier, R, vs Wake Forest (Nov 27, 2004) 


Punting Avg 


45.0 


Chason, C, at Clemson (Oct 23, 2004) 


Long Punt 


69 


Plackemeier, R, vs Wake Forest (Nov 27, 2004) 


Long Punt Return 


27 


Pearman, A, at Virginia (Nov 06, 2004) 


Long Kickoff Return 


94 


Davis, C, at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


Tackles 


16 


Bennett, T, vs Temple (Sep 11, 2004) 


Sacks 


2.5 


Reis, C, vs Georgia Tech (Oct 09. 2004) 


Tackles For Loss 


3.0 


Reis, C, vs Georgia Tech (Oct 09, 2004) 


Interceptions 


2 


Jones, Adam, at West Virginia (Sep 18, 2004) 


Brooks, A, at Virginia (Nov 06, 2004) 


Opponent Team Highs 

Rushes 61 at West Virginia (Sep 18, 2004) 


at Virginia (Nov 06, 2004) 


Yards Rushing 


295 


at Virginia (Nov 06, 2004) 


Yards Per Rush 


4.8 


at Virginia (Nov 06, 2004) 


TD Rushes 


4 


at Virginia Tech (Nov 18, 2004) 


Pass attempts 


51 


vs Florida State (Oct 30, 2004) 


Pass completions 


22 


vs Flonda State (Oct 30, 2004) 


Yards Passing 


304 


vs Florida State (Oct 30, 2004) 


Yards Per Pass 


9.8 


atVirgima Tech (Nov 18, 2004) 


TD Passes 


2 


at Virginia Tech (Nov 18, 2004) 


Total Plays 


83 


at West Virginia (Sep 18, 2004) 


Total Offense 


409 


at Virginia (Nov 06, 2004) 


Yards Per Play 


5,9 


atVirginia Tech (Nov 18, 2004) 


Points 


55 


at Virginia Tech (Nov 18, 2004) 


Sacks By 


7 


vs Georgia Tech (Oct 09, 2004) 


First Dov»ns 


26 


at Virginia (Nov 06, 2004) 


Penalties 


9 


vs Temple (Sep 11, 2004) 


Penalty Yards 


75 


at Virginia Tech (Nov 18, 2004) 


Turnovers 


4 


at Duke (Sep 25, 2004) 


Interceptions By 


4 


atVirqinia Tech (Nov 18, 2004) 



WM^ 




PARTICIPATION CHAR1 



SENIORS (19) 


Nl 


TM 


WV 


DU 


GT 


ST 


CL 


FS 


VA 


VT 


WF 


R-FRESHMEN(19) 


Nl 


TM 


WV 


DU 


GT 


ST 


CL 


cd 
cd 


VA 


VT 


V/F 




2 KelleySS 


S 


S 


3 


S 


3 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


4 Moyseonko QB 
10 Milch OB 


Cd 
cd 


cd 
cd 


dm 
cd 


dnt 

X 


Cd 
cd 


cd 


dnt 
cd 


dm 


dr- 




3 RAblamiri TE 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


S 


3 


3 


X 


X 


dnt 


dn; 




6 Foxworth CB 
l5C.WIIIIamtWR 


S 

X 


3 

X 


S 

X 


S 

X 


S 

X 


S 

X 


S 

X 


3 

X 


S 

X 


S 

X 


3 

X 


19 AmadISS 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dm 


dm 


ca 




32 Cesa LB 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 




17HalBl«rCB 
22 Parson WR 


S 

X 


X 
X 


X 

3 


X 
X 


X 
X 


X 

X 


X 

X 


X 
X 


X 

X 


X 

X 


X 

X 


35 Jefferson LB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Inj 


Inj 


Inj 


X 


■ 


37 Saha OB 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dm 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dm 


dm 


od 


; 


24 Beltran SS 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


44 Ball TB 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


X 


X 




26 Custis FS 


S 


S 


3 


S 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


S 


50 Lemons DE 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 

dm 

inj 


cd 
cd 

X 




29 Maldonado TB 


X 


X 


X 


S 


X 


X 


X 


X 


3 


X 


X 


53 McDermond L3 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 
inj 


dm 
inj 




34 Suter WR 


S 


S 


S 


s 


3 


X 


S 


X 


inj 


S 


S 


58 Nixon OT 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


cd 


3 


1 


40 M.Smlth FB 


X 


S 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


3 


X 


X 


X 


63 Crummcy OG 


X 


8 


S 


S 


X 


3 


S 


inj 


X 


X 


X 


! 


41 Ell DE 


X 


S 


3 


inj 


X 


3 


S 


S 


S 


S 


3 


66 Clig OG 


cd 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 




46 Novak PK 


S 


S 


S 


3 


3 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


69 Woods OG 


cd 


X 


dnt 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 




47 Condo LS/DE 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


71 ChoateOT 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dm 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dm 


dm 


cd 




72K.SchminC 


S 


S 


S 


3 


3 


3 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


76 Matto OT 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dm 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 




74Brx)oksOG 


S 


S 


S 


S 


3 


3 


3 


S 


S 


3 


3 


80 Haynos TE 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


X 




76 Seolt DT 


S 


3 


S 


S 


S 


3 


S 


S 


S 


S 


3 


90 PPowell DE 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dm 


dni 


',0 




78 Flynn OT 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


92 Moore DT 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


y 










79 Lombardo OT 


S 


3 


S 


3 


3 


3 


inj 


S 


3 


S 


3 


98 Savage DE 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 


( 




A 






C/3SS Participation 
JUNIORS (21) 


18-10 18-11 

Nl TM 


18-11 

WV 


17-10 

DU 


18-9 
GT 


18-10 
ST 


17-10 
CL 


18-11 
FS 


16-11 
VA 


18-10 
VT 


18-10 
WF 


Class Participation 


5-0 


10-1 


4-1 


10-1 


4-0 


5-1 


6-2 


4-0 


5-0 


84 


8-1 




TRUE FRESHMEN (30) Nl 
1 Henderson LB cd 

12 SkeparniasQB cd 

13 GronkowsklTE cd 


TM 

cd 
cd 
cd 


WV 

cd 
dnt 
dnt 


DU 

cd 
dnt 
cd 


GT 

cd 
cd 
cd 


ST 

cd 
cd 
cd 


CL 
Cd 
cd 
Cd 


FS 
cd 
cd 
cd 


VA 

Cd 
dm 
cd 


VT 

cd 
dm 

cd 


WF 
cd 
cd 
cd 




5 Dickerson FB/LB 
V 8 Merrills TB 


X 
X 


X 
X 


X 
X 


X 
X 


X 
X 


X 
X 


X 
X 


X 
X 


X 
X 


X 
X 


X 
X 




9 Walker WR 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


X 


S 


S 


ini 


X 




1 27 Harris FS 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


19 SteffyQB 

20 Barnes CB 
23 Varner CB 


cd 
cd 

X 


X 

cd 

X 


cd 
dnt 

X 


X 

dnt 

X 


X 

cd 

X 


X 

cd 

X 


cd 
cd 

X 


cd 
cd 

X 


X 

dm 

X 


X 

dm 

X 


inj 
cd 

X 




33 Allen TB 


3 


3 


3 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


X 


3 


3 




38 McPhearson CB 


X 


S 


3 


3 


S 


3 


3 


X 


X 


X 


X 




43 Gruber FB 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


24 Taylor FS 

25 Lattimore TB 


cd 
inj 


cd 
inj 


dnt 
inj 


dnt 
inj 


cd 

X 


cd 

X 


cd 

X 


cd 

X 


dm 
cd 


dm 

X 


cd 
cd 




45 Merriman DE 


S 


S 


3 


3 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 




48 Kershaw LB 


S 


S 


3 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


3 


S 


3 


30 Justice SS 
36 Seek LB 


X 

cd 


X 

cd 


X 

dnt 


X 

dnt 


X 

cd 


X 

cd 


X 

cd 


X 

cd 


X 

dm 


X 

dm 


X 

cd 




' 52 Jackson LB 


S 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


S 


S 




56 Jenkins C 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


39 Egekeze PK 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dm 


dm 


cd 




' 61 NwachukwuLB 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


39 A.Schmitt LS 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dm 


cd 




. 64 Duffic NT 


S 


3 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


40 Hill LB 

42 Bullock LB 

43 Deese FB 


cd 
cd 
cd 


cd 
cd 
cd 


dnt 
dnt 
dnt 


dnt 
dnt 
dnt 


cd 
cd 
cd 


cd 
cd 
cd 


cd 

cd 
cd 


cd 
cd 
cd 


dnt 

dnt 
dnt 


dm 

dm 
dm 


cd 




' 65 M.Powell OT 


cd 


X 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


1 68 McDonald C 


cd 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 




70 Meyer OT 
1 77 Bonham OG 


S 
S 


S 

Inj 


S 

X 


S 

X 


S 
3 


3 

inj 


3 

inj 


3 
S 


3 
S 


3 
3 


S 

ini 


51 LenzLB 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


55 Covington LB/DE 
60 E.Williams OT 


cd 
cd 


cd 
cd 


dnt 
dnt 


dnt 
dnt 


cd 
cd 


cd 
cd 


cd 
cd 


cd 
cd 


dnt 
dnt 


dm 

dm 


cd 
cd 


83 Fenner WR 


s 


3 


S 


S 


S 


3 


X 


inj 


3 


3 


3 


1 84 Miller TE 


s 


3 


3 


3 


3 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


3 


61 Oliver OL 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dm 


cd 


85MelendezWR 


X 


X 


inj 


inj 


X 


X 


inj 


X 


inj 


inj 


inj 


64 Parker OT 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dm 


dm 


cd 


1 93 Bryan NT 
Cfass Participation 

SOPHOMORES (191_ 
' 4 Wilson CB 


cd 
15-9 

Nl 

X 


X 

17-9 
TM 

X 


cd 
13-8 

WV 

X 


X 

15-7 
DU 

X 


cd 
15-9 

GT 

X 


cd 
13-9 

ST 

X 


cd 
12-7 

CL 

X 


cd 
13-8 

FS 

S 


cd 
13-8 

VA 

S 


X 

13-8 

VT 
S 


cd 
13-7 

WF 

S 


67 Griffin DT 

68 Feliciano DT 
73 Burley OT 
75 Thomas OT 

87 Hayes WR 

88 Goode TE 


cd 
cd 
cd 
cd 
cd 
cd 


X 
X 
X 

cd 
cd 
cd 


cd 
cd 
cd 
dnt 
dnt 
cd 


X 
X 
X 

dnt 
dnt 
cd 


cd 
cd 
cd 
cd 
cd 
cd 


X 

cd 
cd 
cd 
cd 
cd 


cd 
cd 

X 

cd 
cd 

X 


cd 
cd 

X 

cd 
cd 
cd 


cd 
cd 
cd 
dm 
dm 
dm 


X 
X 

cd 
cd 
cd 
cd 


X 
X 

cd 
cd 
cd 
cd 


> 7 HumberTB 
' 11 EnnisPK 
k 11 WeattieityWR 

12 Wimbush SS 
i 14 Hollenbach QB 

16 Statham QB 
1 18 Davis TE 

21 Choice CB 


in| 
cd 

X 

inj 
cd 

s 

S 

cd 


inj 
cd 

X 

inj 
cd 
S 

X 
X 


inj 
cd 

X 

inj 
cd 
3 

X 

cd 


X 

cd 

X 
X 
X 

S 
3 

X 


cd 
cd 
inj 
cd 
cd 
3 
3 
cd 


cd 
cd 

X 

cd 
cd 
S 

X 

cd 


cd 
cd 

X 

cd 
cd 
S 
3 
cd 


cd 
cd 

X 

cd 
cd 
3 

X 

cd 


dnt 
cd 

X 

dnt 
cd 
3 

X 

cd 


dnt 
cd 
inj 
cd 

X 

3 
S 

X 


cd 
cd 
inj 
cd 
S 
cd 
S 
cd 


89 Goldberg WR 
91 Frost DE 


cd 
cd 


cd 
cd 


dnt 
dnt 


dm 
dm 


cd 
cd 


cd 
cd 


cd 
cd 


cd 
cd 


dnt 
dnt 


cd 
dm 


cd 
cd 


96 Randolph DE 

97 Marsh DT 
Class Participation 

ACTIVE PLAYERS 


cd 
cd 
2-0 

49 


cd 
cd 
6-0 

62 


dnt 
dnt 
2-0 

47 


dm 
dnt 
6-0 

64 


cd 
cd 
4-0 

50 


cd 
cd 
5-0 

50 


od 
cd 

50 


cd 
cd 
4-0 

48 


dm 
dm 

3-0 
46 


dm 
dnt 
64 

56 


cd 
cd 
44 

52 


► 35 Jones FB 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


X - indicates played in game 

3 - indicates started ganw 

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 redshiil 














Podlesh - 


S 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


S 


S 


3 


S 


3 




' - J Smith .3 


mj 


inj 


inj 


X 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


ral 


cd 




. 54 Holloway LB 
' 59 Quaintance OG 


S 
cd 


S 
cd 


S 
dnt 


3 
dnt 


3 
cd 


S 
cd 


S 
dnt 


S 
cd 


S 
dnt 


S 
cd 


S 
cd 




1 81 PJVblamIn WR 


cd 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


X 




' 82 CPowell WR 


cd 


od 


dnt 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 




1 86SchellTE 


X 


X* X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


X 




95 Bolston DT 


S 


X 


3 


3 


S 


3 


S 


3 


3 


S 


S 




\ 99 Aimstrong DT 


X 


X 


X 


S 


S 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 




Class Participation 


9-5 


11-3 


10-4 


^M 


9-6 


94 


10-5 


9-5 


9-5 


11-6 


9-6 






■ B 


B B 




































































119 








■ ^^ iV 











2004 STARTERS 



Offense 


GAME 


Wide Receiver 


Left Tackle 


Left Guard 


Center 


Right Guard 


Right Tackle 


Tight End 


Quarterback 


Tailback 


FB/TE/WR 


WR/TE 


Northern Illinois 


Fenner- 


Heyer" 


Brooks" 


K.Schmitt" 


Bonham' 


Lombardo' 


Miller' 


Statham' 


Allen* 


Davis' 


Suter" 


Temple 


Fenner 


Heyer'' 


Brooks'- 


K,Schmitt" 


Cnjmmey' 


Lombardo' 


Miller 


Slatham' 


«len'' 


M Smith 


Suter- 


al West Virginia 


Fenner' 


Heyer" 


Brooks" 


K,Schmitt" 


Cnjmmey-' 


Lombardo' 


Miller' 


Statham' 


Allen" 


Parson' 


Suter'' 


al Duke 


Fenner' 


Heyer" 


Brooks" 


KSchmitt" 


Crummey' 


Lombardo' 


Miller' 


Statham' 


Maldonado' 


Davis-" 


Suter" 


Georgia Tech 


Fenner 


Heyer" 


Brooks" 


KSchmitt- 


Bonham- 


Lombardo' 


Miller 


Statham' 


Allen'- 


Davis 


Suter" 


NC Stale 


Fenner' 


Heyer" 


Brooks'' 


K,Schmitt-' 


Cnjmmey' 


Lombardo' 


Miller' 


Statham' 


Allen" 


R.Abiamin' 


Walker' 


at Clemson 


Suter" 


Heyer^^ 


Brooks" 


K,Schmitl- 


Cnjmmey' 


Nixon' 


Miller* 


Statham' 


Allen" 


R.Abiamiri' 


Davis' 


Flonda Slate 


Walker- 


Heyer-' 


Brooks" 


K,Schmitt-"' 


Bonham' 


Lombardo" 


Miller' 


Statham' 


Allen" 


M.Smilh' 


RAbiamin' 


at Virginia 


Fenner 


Heyer- 


Brooks" 


KSchmitt" 


Bonham' 


Lombardo' 


Miller'- 


Stalham' 


Maldonado- 


R Abiamin' 


Walker' 


at Virginia Tech 


Fenner^ 


Heyer*-' 


Brooks*' 


K,Schmitt" 


Bonham' 


Lombardo' 


Miller" 


Statham"' 


Allen" 


Davis' 


Suter" 


Wake Forest 


Fenner'^ 


Heyer'' 


Brooks" 


KSchmitt-' 


Woods' 


Lombardo" 


Miller" 


Hollenbach' 


Allen'' 


Davis' 


Suter" 


Defense 


GAME 


Def. End 


Def. Tackle 


Nose Tackle 


Def. End 


WLB 


MLB 


SLB 


Cornerback 


Strong Safety 


Free Safety 


Cornerback 


Northern Illinois 


Scott' 


Bolston' 


Duffie' 


Memman' 


Kershaw' 


Jackson" 


Holloway 


Foiivolh 


Kelle;, 


Gusts 


Haigler' 


Temple 


Eir 


Scott- 


Duffie= 


Wemman' 


Kershaw- 


Jackson" 


Holloway' 


Foxworth" 


Kelley' 


Cuslis-' 


McPhearson' 


at WesI Virginia 


Eir- 


Bolston- 


Scott' 


Memman' 


Kershaw' 


Jackson" 


Holloway' 


Foxworth'-' 


Kelley' 


Custis' 


McPhearson' 


al Duke 


Scotr 


Bolston' 


Annstrong' 


Memman* 


Kershaw" 


Jackson" 


Holloway' 


Foxworth" 


Kelley' 


Custis' 


McPhearson' 


Georgia Tech 


Scott' 


Bolston' 


Armstrong' 


Memman" 


Kershaw' 


Jackson" 


Holloway' 


Foxworth" 


Kelley' 


Custis' 


McPhearson' 


NC State 


Ell-' 


Bolston' 


Scotf 


Memman" 


Kershaw* 


Jackson" 


Holloway' 


Foxworth" 


Kelley' 


Custis' 


McPhearson' 


at Clemson 


Eir' 


Bolston' 


Scott' 


Mernman" 


Kershaw' 


Jackson" 


Holloway' 


Foxworth" 


Kelley' 


Custis' 


McPhearson' 


Flonda State 


EIr 


Bolston' 


Scolt' 


Memman'' 


Kershaw' 


Jackson-' 


Holloway' 


Foxworth'' 


Kelley' 


Custis' 


Wilson' 


at Virginia 


Ell'' 


Bolston* 


Scotf 


Memman" 


Kershaw' 


Jackson^ 


Holloway* 


Foxworth" 


Kelley' 


Custis' 


Wilson- 


at Virginia Tech 


Ell" 


Bolston* 


Scotf 


Memman'' 


Kershaw" 


Jackson*' 


Holloway" 


Foxworth" 


Kelley" 


Custis" 


Wilson' 


Wake Forest 


Ell" 


Bolston'" 


Scott" 


Memman" 


Kershaw" 


Jackson" 


Holloway" 


Foxworth" 


Kelley" 


Custis" 


Wilson' 


Class Starters by Game (includes punter & kicker) 












GAME 


Seniors 


Juniors 


Sophomores 


R-Freshmen 


True Freshmen 


Total 




Northern Illinois 


10 


9 


5 








24 




Temple 


11 


9 


3 


1 





24 




al West Virginia 


11 


8 


4 


1 





24 




al Duke 


10 


7 


6 


1 





24 




Georgia Tech 


9 


9 


6 








24 




NC State 


10 


9 


4 


1 





24 




at Clemson 


10 


7 


5 


2 





24 




Flonda State 


11 


8 


5 








2-; 




at Virginia 


11 


8 


5 








24 




at Virginia Tech 


10 


8 


6 








2-; 




Wake Forest 


10 


7 


6 


1 





24 




Terrapin Playing-Experience Superlatives 

Offense 






Defense 








Most overall starts, career— 51, C.J, Brooks (OG) 






40, Domonique 


Foxworth (CB) 






26, Kyle Schmitt (OC) 






24, D'Q«/ell Ja( 


:kson (LB) 






Most overall starts 2004 - 1 1 , by Stephon Heyer (OT), CJ, E 


! rooks 


(OG), 




11. by 8 








Kyle Schmitt (OC), Derek Miller 


(TE) 


Most consec 


utive starts, career - 31 , C.J. Brooks (OG) 






38, Domonique 


FoxvKOrth [(^B) 








24, Kyle Schmitt (OC) 






25, D'Qwell Jar 


:kson (LB) 






Most consecutive starts, 2004 — 1 1 , by 5 






11, by 8 




























GAME1 

Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 
Sept. 4, 2004 



#22/21 MARYLAND 
NORTHERN ILLINOIS 



Box Score 

1st 


2ml 


M 


4th 


OT 


Final 


Northern III. (0-1) 2 





7 


11 




20 


MARYLAND |1-0| 


10 


10 


3 




23 



COLLEGE PARK, Md, - Nick Novak kicked three field goals to become the all-time leader in 
scoring in the Atlantic Coast Conference and the ((Maryland Terrapins won their first season-opener 
in three years in outlasting Northern Illinois before a sellout crowd at Byrd Stadium, 

Novak hit field goals of 43, 34 and 44 yards and added a pair of extra points. His 11 points gave 
him 335 for his career, breaking the league's previous record of 326 by Scott Bentley of Florida 
Slate 

His third field goal was a 44-yarder that gave [Maryland a 23-12 lead with 10:33 left in the game. 
But Northern Illinois pulled within three points five minutes later when Jason Hawkins scooped up a 
fumble and went 85 yards for a touchdown and Huskie quarterback Phil Horvath found Sam Hurd 
with a two-point pass, 

Maryland managed two first downs and drove to midf eld on its next possession, but was forced 
to punt. The Huskies got the ball back with 2:04 to play, but their attempt to tie the game fell short 
when the clock ran out with NIU on the Terp 33-yard line. 

Josh Allen opened his junior year by hitting the century mark, rushing for 102 yards on 22 carries 
and sconng on a 1 -yard touchdown on Maryland's opening dnve of the third quarter, 

Sammy Maldonado also ran well for the Terps, gaining 84 yards on 14 mshes and scoring 
Maryland's first touchdown of the season on a 9-yard scamper early in the second quarter 

Northern Illinois scored 
first when Josh Allen 
covered a fumbled pitchout 
by Terp QB Joel Statham in 
the end zone for a Huskie 
safety. 

The Terps rallied for a 
10-2 halftime lead and went 
ahead 17-2 early in the 
third quarter when Allen s 
1-yard sconng mn cashed 
in a Huskie tumover on the 
second-half kickoff, 

NIU came nght back 
to go 80 yards on 10 plays 
to set up a 4-yanJ sconng 
pass from Horvath to 
Garrett Wolfe 

Maryland came back on 
the next possession with a 
67-yard. 12-play dnve to 
set up a 34-yard field goal 
by Novak and pull ahead 
20-9. 

The Terrapin defense 
hetd NIU to iiBt 337 yards 
in total offense. The effort 
was led by junior defensive 
end Shawne Memman. 
who finished witti a career- 
high 10 tackles, including 
three fof kjss and one 
sack D Qwell Jackson, the 
Terps' leading tackier from 
a year ago, finished with 
nine tackles and a pair of 
interceptions. 



Fffsf Quarter 

NIU - Safety, Josh Allen ravers Md fumble in end zone, 10:28 
Second Quarter 

MD - Sammy Maldonado 9 mn (Nick Novak kick). 1424 

MO -FG Nick Novak 43, 8:48 
Third Quarter 

MO - Josh Alien 1 run (Novak kick), 1300 

NIU - Garrett Wo«e 4 pass from Phil Horvath (Chrts Nendick kick), 9:03 

MD-FG Nick Novak 34, 3:31 
Fourth Quarter 

NIU FGChns Nendick 21, 14:12 

MD-FG Nick Novak 44, 10:33 

NIU - Jason Hawkins 85 fumble return (Sam Hurd pass fr Horvath), 5:34 





Maryland 


NIU 


First Downs 


21 


20 


(Pushes-Yards 


46-198 


38-118 


Comp-AIt-lnl 


12-22-1 


19-37-2 


Passing Yartis 


169 


219 


Return YanJs 


105 


215 


Punis-Averaqe 


M8,7 


M3.0 


Fumbles-l.ost 


4-2 


1-1 


Penalties-YanJs 


545 


5-36 


Sacks By-Yartis Lost 


1-9 


2-29 


TmeofPossessan 


29:36 


30:24 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING ■ Maryland Josh Allen 22-102, Sammy Maldonado 14-84, Steve Suler 
2-16, Joel Statham 8-minus 4: Northern Illinois: A.J, Hams 22-94, Ganetl 
Wo«e 9-24, Josh HaM 1-5, Phil Horvath 4-3, Adhan Davis 1-minus 2, Dan 
Sheldon 1 -minus 6 

PASSWG - Maryland: Joel Statham 12-22-1-169: Northern Illinois Phil Horvalh 
19J6-2-219,JoshHaWiO-1-(MI 

RECEMMG - Maryland: Vernon Davts 5-72, Rich Parson 2-39, Dan Melendez 2-28, 
Deiti* Fermer 1-27. Rod Abamin 1-2, Josh Allen 1-1 ; Northern Illinois Sam 
Hi»d4-51.BradC«sia»4-4I,DanSheldon3-53,AJ Harns 3-14, Jake Nordin 
2-15 Jeremy Pugh 1-28, Maitus Perez 1-13, Garrett Wolfe 1-4 

■SSED FIELD GOALS -None 

TADOES - Maryland: Shame Memman 9-1-10, DQwell Jackson 8-1-9, Chns 
Kefcy 5-4-9, David Holoiray 4-4^, Wiiam Kershaw 5-2-7: Northern lllmos 
Ray Sn>«i 100-10, Lmel tfdenboltom 8-2-10, Bnan Atonson 8-2-10, Adnei 
Har)st«i 7-1-8. 

An - 51 ,830 WEATHER - 82 degrees, dear 




GAME 2 

Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 
Sept. 11,2004 



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23 #23/21 MARYLAND 



20 TEMPLE 



45 
22 



Box Score 





Isl 


2nd 


3rd 


4lh 


OT 


Final 


Temple (0-2) 








7 


15 




22 


MARYUND(2-0) 


14 


14 


7 


10 


. 


45 



COLLEGE PARK, Ivid, — Sammy Maldonado hit the century mark for the first time in his career, 
rushing for 106 yards and a pair of 1-yard touchdowns to lead li<aryland to a non-conference victory 
over Temple before the second straight sellout crowd at Byrd Stadium. 

t^aldonado, a transfer from Ohio State, sparked the Maryland njshing offense while sophomore 
quarterback Joel Statham passed for 268 yards to pace a balanced Ten-apin attach. 

Statham completed 18 of 25 passes and threw for two touchdowns before leaving the game in 
the middle of the third quarter. He threw for 201 yards in the first half, staking Maryland to a 28-0 
halftime lead. 

After the Terps' defense forced a three-and-out on the first Temple possession, Maryland went 
51 yards in nine plays to set up a 12-yard scoring pass from Statham to Jo Jo Walker. 

The same pattern again occurred on the next set of possessions, with a Maryland defensive 
stand setting up an 11-play, 46-yard drive that resulted in Maldonado's first touchdown. 

Josh Allen scored on a 5-yard njn early in the second quarter and Statham found Derrick Fenner 
on a 14-yard TD pass pnor 
to halftime, as Maryland 
scored on its first four 
possessions of the game. 

Temple got the first 
score of the second half, 
as quarterback Walter 
Washington ran for a 3- 
yard touchdown midway 
through the third quarter. 
But Maldonado's second 
score brought the Maryland 
lead back to 35-7 later in 
the penod, 

Washington added an 
18-yard scoring run early in 
the fourth quarter. The Owls 
QB ended the game as his 
team's leading msher with 
75 yards on 15 cames and 
threw for 188 yards on a 16- 
for-27 performance. 

Senior defensive 

lineman Henry Scott fell 
on a Temple fumble in the 
end zone for the Terps' final 
touchdown of the game. 

The victory was the 
13th straight at home for 
Maryland and ran Head 
Coach Ralph Fnedgen's 
Byrd Stadium record to 21- 
1 in three seasons plus two 
games. 

Freshman Wesley 
Jefferson led the Maryland 
defense v^ith 12 tackles, 
playing mostly with the 
second team. 



Firsl Quarter 

m - Jo Jo Walker 12 pass from Joel Stalham (Nick Novak kick), lO-iS 

MO - Sammy Maldonado 1 njn (Novak kit*), 5:11 
Seconrf Quarter 

MD - Josh Allen 5 run (Novak kick), 9:31 

MD ■ Demck Fenner 14 pass from Slatham (Novak kick), 354 
Third Quarter 

Temp < Walter Washington 3 run (Ryan Lux kick|, 8:15 

MD - Sammy Maldonado 1 ran (Novak kick). 3J0 
Fourth Quarter 

Temp • Waller Washington 18 run (Lux kick), 11:08 

MD - FG Novak 39, 5:20 

Temp - Tim Brown 1 run (Washington njn), 2:56 

MD - Henry Scott recovered fumble in eiKl zone (Novak kidi), 1:17 





Maryland 


Tom* 


First Downs 


19 


26 


Rushes-Yards 


49-203 


37-158 


Comp-Att-Int 


18-2W) 


16-27-0 


Passing Yards 


268 


188 


Return Yards 


58 


IX 


Punts-Average 


3-36,0 


5-33i 


Fumbtes-Lost 


3-1 


4-2 


PenalOes-Yanls 


»«9 


9« 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


2-13 


2-21 


TimeofPossessmn 


33:10 


26:50 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland: Sammy Makkjnado 18-106. Josh Men 12-39. Joel 

Statham 5-29. Mano Menis 10-28, Jo Jo Waker 1-6, Jonlan Slefiy 

2-3. Dan Melendez l-niius 8; Temple: VIMer mstm/on 15-75, Umar 

Ferguson 10-56, Tm Browi 1048. Team 2-ninus 21. 
PASSING - Maryland: Joel Slatham 13-25-0-268. Jonlan Sleliy 0-340: 

Temple: Walter VfesKnglor 16-27-0-188. 
RECEIVING - Maryland: Demck Fenner 4-70 Steve Suler 3-56. Dan Melendez 

3-42. Rich Pason 2-37. Drew WealheiV 2-21. Sammy MakkxBdo 2-14. 

Rob Atiamiri 1-16, Jo Jo water M2: Temple: PW Goodman 4-51. urn 

Brown 4-23, Ctvistian Duibar 2-46, Buctie beti 2-18, Umar Fenguson 

2-14. Janel Hanis 1-32, key Ct«*y 1-4 
MISSED FIELD GOALS - Maiytaid: Fick Novak 45. 
TACKLES-May(and:V»esfeyJe8e»son5-7-1ZTriCesa4.3.' •,»":' "5-% 

34-7. Gemck McPtiearscn 4-1-5 Josn Wson 2-2-! - 

2-2-4, WBamKersliaw 1-3-4 Terroie Trf, Br'-ieC' 

4-5-9, -teniPortcf 6-2-8, S; 
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GAME 3 

Mountaineer Field 
Morgantown, W.lfa. 
Sept. 18, 2004 




GAME 4 

Wallace Wade Stadium 
Durham, N.C. 
Sept. 25, 2004 



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#7/8 WEST VIRGINIA 



1 9 (OT) PUKE 



21 



#21/19 MARYLAND 



16 #23/23 MARYLAND 



MORGANTOWN, W.Va, — Chris Henry caught a 7-yard scoring pass from Rasheed Marshall 
to end the first overtime period and lift No, 7 West Virginia to an overtime victory over 19th- 
ranl<ed Maryland before a sellout crowd at Mountaineer Field, 

The WVU victory ended a four-game losing streak in the series. 

The Mountaineers won the overtime coin toss and selected to have the ball second in the 
extra period, Maryland scored first, as Nick Novak's third field goal of the day was a 33-yarder 
that put the Terps ahead 1 6-1 3 in the OT 

West Virginia got a first down on its possession, then faced a third-and-4 at the 7-yard line, 
Marshall found Henry on a 7-yard slant pattern in the corner for the victory. 

Despite four turnovers in the first half, Maryland trailed only 7-3 at halftime. Brad Cooper 
then hit a 45-yard field goal midway through the period to put West Virginia up 10-3, 

But two possessions later, Maryland took advantage of a short punt and started a drive 
on the WVU 43, It took the Terrapins only four plays to cover the 43 yards, as Joel Statham 
hit Derrick Fenner on a 27-yard touchdown pass that tied the game with 1 :21 left in the third 
quarter 

Maryland took its first lead of the game when Novak ended the Terps' opening possession 
of the fourth quarter with 



a 46-yard field goal. The 
score, with 9;23 left in the 
game, capped a 12-play 
52-yard dnve. 

West Virginia matched 
the field goal on its next 
possession, ending a 61- 
yard, nine-play drive with 
a 37-yard field goal by 
Cooper 

Novak and Cooper 
then traded misses, with 
the Terps' Novak missing 
from 49 yards with 1:15 
left and Cooper having 
a 39-yarder blocked by 
William Kershaw with 
five seconds to play in 
regulation, 

WVU's Kay-Jay Harris 
finished with 142 yards 
on 32 carries, scoring the 
game's first points on a 
6-yard touchdown run in 
the first quarter Henry 
finished with five catches 
for 72 yards, 

Sammy Maldonado 
had 69 yards rasing and 
Josh Allen added 66 for 
Maryland. 

A strong defensive 
performance by the 
Terps was led by D'Qwell 
Jackson, who finished 
with 16 tackles. 




Box Score 

1st 


2n<t 


M 


4th 


OT 


Final 


MARYLAND |2-1) 


3 


7 


3 


3 


ie 


West Virginia (3-01 7 





3 


3 


6 


19 



F/rst Quarter 

WV - Kay-Jay Harris 6 run (Brad Cooper kick). 8:29 
Second Quarter 

MD-FG Nick Novak31, 1148 
Third Quarter 

WV-FG Brad Cooper 45. 7:46 

MD - Demck Fenner 27 pass from Joel Slatham (Novak kick), 1 :21 
Fourlh Quarter 

MD-FG Nick Novak '16,9:23 

WV-FG Brad Cooper 37, 6:20 
Overtime 

MD-FG Nick Novak 33 

WV - Grins Henry 7 pass from Rasheed Marshall 





Maryland 


West Virginia 


First Downs 


17 


22 


Rushes-Yanls 


41-187 


61-220 


Comp-Alt-lnl 


9-20-3 


10-22-0 


Passing Yards 


108 


132 


Return Yards 


61 


133 


Punts-Average 


2-46,5 


5-35,2 


Fumbles-Losl 


3-2 


2-1 


Penallies-Vards 


4-20 


MO 


Sacks By.Yards Lost 


4-29 


M 


Time of Possession 


27:18 


32;42 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - MarylaniJ Sammy Maldonado 13-69, Josh Allen 18-66, Joel Slatham 
6-39 sieve Suler 1-15, Jo Jo Wallier 1-minus 2, Team 2-0: West Virginia 
KayJay Hams 32-142, Rasheed Marshall 15-47, Jason Colson 13-39, Team 
1-minus8 

PASSING - Maryland Joel Statham 9-20-3-lOe; WesI Virgima 10-20-0-132, 
Team 0-2-0-0 

RECEIVING -Maryland DernckFenner242, Jo Jo Walker 2-17, Drew Wealherlyl- 
18, Rich Parson Ml, RobAbiamin 1-8, Sieve Suter 1-8, Vernon Davis 1-4, WesI 
Virginia Chns Henry 5-72, Miquelle Henderson 3-30, Jason Colson 2-30 

MISSED FIELD GOALS • Maryland Nick Novak 49, West Virginia Brad Cooper 
39,39 

TACKLES • Maryland: D'Qwell Jackson 9-7-16, Shawne Memman 8-1-9, David 
Holioway 8*8, William Kershaw 5-2-7, Henry Scott 6-0-6, Chns Kelley 4-2-6, 
Conrad Bolston 3-3-6: WesI Virginia: Adam Jones 7-1-8, Scon Gyortio 7-0-7, 
Kevin McLee 5-1-6, Lawrence Audena 4-2-6, Jason Hanlee 3-2-5 

ATT ■ 60,358 WEATHER ■ 58 degrees, overcast, then cleanng 



DURHAM, N,C. — Vernon Davis tied a school record with three touchdown receptions and Maryland 
scored 38 unanswered points to earn a victory over Duke in its Atlantic Coast Conference opener 
played at Wallace Wade Stadium. 

The Terps also tied a school record with 35 first downs, finishing the game with 100 offensive 
plays. 

Sophomore quarterback Joel Statham passed for 362 yards and four touchdowns, completing 22 
of 37 passes in the game. He also hit Rich Parson with a 25-yard touchdown pass late in the third 
quarter 

Sammy Maldonado finished with 99 yards and a touchdown rushing to lead the Tentipins' offense, 
which finished with a 685-185 edge in total offense. 

Josh Allen, who had 87 yards rushing, and Mario Merrills, who finished with 42 yards, each added 
a touchdown on the ground for the Terrapins, 

Maryland led 17-7 eariy in the second quarter when Duke went on its best offensive drive of the 
day The Blue Devils went 



65 yards in seven plays to 
set up a 6-yard scoring pass 
from Mike Schneider to Ben 
Patrick. 

The Terps drove to 
the Duke 23 on their next 
possession, but John Talley 
intercepted a pass and went 
85 yards for a touchdown 
that put the hosts ahead 
21-17 with 8:46 remaining in 
the second quarter 

Maryland responded 
immediately, though, 

regaining the lead when 
Statham found Davis with 
a 12-yard scoring pass with 
4:36 left in the half, Nick 
Novak hit a 47-yard field 
goal with 14 seconds left 
to give the Terps a 27-21 
halftime lead. 

On their opening 
possession of the second 
half, Maryland needed just 
six plays to go 79 yards, 
with the final 40 yards being 
a Statham-to-Davis sconng 
pass, Maryland went ahead 
41-21 with 2.39 left in the 
third quarter when Statham 
hit Parson with a score. 

The Terps got rushing 
touchdowns from Allen and 
Mernlls in the fourth quarter 

Maryland finished the 
game with a 41:22 to 18:38 
edge in time of possession, 

Duke cut into an eariy 
10-0 lead when Chns 
Davis went 94 yards for 
a touchdown on a kickoff 
return 



Box Score 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


OT 


Final 


MARYUND (3-1,1-0) 


10 


17 


14 


14 




55 


Duke (0-4, 0-2) 


7 


14 










21 



First Quarter 

MD-FG Nick Novak 20, 9:53 

MO - Sammy Maldonado 1 run (Novak kick), 5:20 

DU - Chns Davis 94 kickoff return (Matt Brooks kick). 508 

Second Quarter 

MD - Vernon Davis 29 pass from Joel Stalfiam (Novak kick). 14:53 
DU - Ben Patnck 6 pass from Mike Schneider (Brooks kick). 12:31 
DU - John Talley 85 interception return (Brooks kick), 8 46 
MD - Vernon Davis 12 pass from Joel Slatham (Novak kick), 4 36 
MD-FG Nick Novak 47, 014 

Third Quarter 

MD - Vernon Davis 40 pass from Joel Statham (Novak kick), 9 55 
MD - Rich Parson 25 pass from Joel Slatfiam (Novak kick), 2:39 

Fourth Quarter 

MD - Josh Allen 5 ain (Novak kick), 12:37 
MD - Mario Mernlls 4 njn (Novak kick), 6,30 





Maryland 


Duke 


First Downs 


35 


8 


Rushes-Yards 


60-277 


27-83 


Comp-Att-Int 


2540-3 


8-19-1 


Passing Yards 


408 


102 


Return Yards 


67 


324 


Punls-Average 


1-32.0 


6-41.8 


Fumbles-Lost 


3-0 


4-3 


Penallies-Yards 


3-24 


2-5 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


3-17 


1-5 


Time of Possession 


41:22 


18:38 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland Sammy Maldonado 23-99, Josh Allen 15-87, Mario 

Merrills 6-42, Joel Slatham 7-24, JP Humber 6-17, Jordan SleHy 

2-8, Drew Weatherly 1-0: Duke Mike Schneider 8-28, Juslin Boyle 

10-22, Curt Dykes 4-17, Ronnie Oriimmer 3-14, Tim Ball 1-3. Team 

1-minus 1 
PASSING ■ Maryland Joel Slalham 22-37-3-362, Ryan Milch 1-1-0-12. 

Jordan Sleify 1 -1 -0-22, Sam Hollenbach 1 ■ I -0- 1 2: Duke Mike Schneider 

8-17-1-102, Curl Dukes 0-2-0-0 
RECEIVING - Maryland Rich Parson 5-94, Steve Suler 5-53, Vernon Davis 

4-101 , Demck Fenner 4-73, Jo Jo Walker 2-38, Drew Weatherly 2-22, 

RobAbiamin 1-16, Derek Miller 1-7. Sammy Maldonado 1-4: Duke 

Corey Thompson 2-44. Tim Ball 2-19. Jomar Wnght 1-18. Chancellor 

Young 1-8. Deonio McCortmck 1-7. Ben Patnck 1-6 
MISSED FIELD GOALS - None, 
TACKLES - Maryland Chns Kelley 5-3-8, DOwell Jackson 3-4-7, William 

Kershaw 3-2-5, Domonique Foxworlh 4-0-4, Shawne Memman 2-24. 

Duke Malcolm Rult 7-5-1 2, Alex Green 5-6-11, Kenneth Stanford 5-3-6, 

Giuseppe Aguanno 44-8. Eli Nichols 2-6-8 
An ■ 16,298 WEATHER ■ 68 degrees, mosUy sunny 



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GAMES 

Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 
Oct. 9, 2004 



#23/23 MARYLAND 



GEORGIA TECH 



COLLEGE PARK, Md, — Georgia Tech s Reggie Ball passed for 197 yards and a touchdown, 
while the Yellow Jackets' defense held Maryland to just 81 yards in total offense to earn an 
Atlantic Coast Conference victory over Maryland before a crowd of 52,733, the fifth-largest 
ever to see a game in Byrd Stadium. 

The loss snapped a 13-game winning streak in Byrd Stadium for the Terps. 

In the game, Maryland senior Steve Suter became the all-time leader in punt return 
yards in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Suter broke the record with his first return of the 
game, a 12-yarder in the first quarter, 

P.J. Daniels gained 91 yards on 26 carries for Georgia Tech, including a 12-yard 
touchdown 

Maryland's offense was led by Josh Allen, who finished with 54 yards on seven carries. 

Ball found Nate Cuny with an 11 -yard sconng pass with 6:44 left in the second quarter, 
putting Tech ahead. The touchdown capped a nine-play 77-yard sconng drive. 

On the Jackets' next possession, they went 62 yards in eight plays to set up a 19-yard 
field goal by Travis Bell. Maryland's defense stiffened on that play thwarting a first-and-goal 
at the Ten'apin 5-yard line. 

The 10-0 lead held up at halftime. 

Daniels' sconng mn came on Georgia Tech's opening possession of the second half and 
capped a 65-yard sconng 
drive that took five plays. 

Tech added another 
field goal by Ball before 
Maryland got on the 
scoreboard in the fourth 
quarter. The Ten-apins 
drove 63 yards in 12 
plays to set up a 2- 
yard score by Sammy 
Maldonado with 11:28 
left in the game. 

Maryland's 
quarterback duties were 
shared by Joel Statham 
and Jordan Steffy, who 
entered the game with 
6:17 left in the third 
quarter 

The Ten^pin defense 
was led by D'Qwell 
Jackson, who finished 
with 16 tackles, and 
Chns Kelley. who added 
a dozen. 



Box Score 

1st 


2nd 


3ill 


4th 


OT Rral 


G«rglaT«h 13-2. 2-2) 


10 


10 





20 


MARYLAND (^-2, 1-1) 








7 


7 



Second Qijarter 

GT ■ Nate Cuny 11 pass from Reggie Ball (Trans Bell kick), 6:44 

GT-FG Travis Bell 19 
Th/rO OuarTer 

GT.pj Daniels 12 run (Bell kick). 10:06 

GT-FG Travis Bell 27 
Fwrth Quarler 

MD ' Sammy Maldonado 2 mn (Nick Novak kick), 1 1 28 





Maryland 


GMrglaTech 


FifslDowTis 


10 


16 


Rustles-Yards 


38-7 


43-131 


Comp-Atl-lnl 


11-2W) 


11-22-0 


Passing Yai* 


74 


197 


Return Yanjs 


126 


83 


Punt^verage 


M9,8 


M3.5 


FumMes-Lost 


4^ 


1-0 


Pefialljes-Yards 


M9 


»«2 


Sacks By- Yards Lost 


1-1 


8-72 


Time of Possession 


2826 


31:34 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING Uarjiand Josh Allen 22-102. Sammy Maldonado 14-84. Steve Suler 
2-'6 Joe' Slatharn 8-minus 4: Northern Illinois AJ, Harm 22-94. Ganetl 
iVo-e 9-2i Jcsh Hadi 1-5. PM Hooalti 4-3. Adnan Davis 1-mnus 2. Dan 
Shedon 1 -minus 5 

RUSHING - Maryland: Josh AJen 7-54. Sammy Maklonado 15-23. Vferon Davis 
1 -mnus 2. Jortan Sleffy S^nnus 34. Joel SBIham 7-minus 34: Georgia TecJi: 
PJ Danels26-91.Re^B^ 14-43. Team 3-mnus3 

PASSING • Maiyland: Joel Statham 6-14*36, Jordan Sleify 5-M-38. Geoiga 
TetfiRegje 6^11-22-0-197 

RECEIVING - Maryland : Sieve Sotei 3-24 . Demck Fenner 3- 1 3. Vernon Davis 2-28. 
Rod Ahon* 2-15. Josh Allen l-ronjs 6. Georgia Tech: Calvin Johnson 3-76. 
Levw Thomas 3-59. Nate Curry 3-42 Pat Clartr 1-11, Jimmy Dwon 1-9 

WSSED HELD GOALS - Maryland Nidi Novak 44 

TACKLES-Maryiand: DQwel Jackson 4-1216, Chns Kelley 6«-12,Snavme Mem- 
man 44-9, w»am Kersha* 1 -6-7, Ray Custs 3- 1 4, Henry Scott 04-4 : Georga 
Tech 54-9, Dwan Landry 4-5-9.KaMichael Hall 5-M, Gems Wilkinson 34-7. 
Enc Henderson 2-M. Travis Parker 2-3-5. 

An ■ 52.733 WEATMER - 71 degees. cloudy. 




GAMES 

Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 
Sept. 4, 2004 



7 MARYLAND 



20 NC STATE 



13 



COLLEGE PARK, Md. - NC Slate quarterback Jay Davis threw for 208 yards and a strong 
Wolfpack defense held Maryland to 91 yards in total offense to take an Atlantic Coast 
Conference victory over the Ten-apins before a Homecoming crowd of 52,179 at Byrd 
Stadium. 

The victory gave NC State its first win in the series between the teams in four seasons. 

Davis completed 1 3 of 30 passes for the Wolfpack, including four for 46 yards to Richard 
Washington. Both defenses played well in the game, which saw NC State earn only 303 
yards in total offense, including just 95 on the ground. 

Maryland took the opening kickoff and marched down the field, but Nick Novak missed 
a 37-yard field goal to end the dnve. 

On Its second possession. NC State went 40 yards in 10 plays to set up a 32-yard field 
goal by John Deraney with 1 : 1 4 left in the first quarter 

The Wolfpack went ahead 10-0 eariy in the second penod when a 1-yard touchdown 
run by Reggie Davis capped a nine-play 60-yard dnve. He finished as NC State's leading 
rusher in the game, carrying 14 times for 45 yards after TA. McLendon left the game early 
with a hamstnng injury. 

Deraney hit his second field goal of the game, a 49-yarder, giving NC State a 13-0 lead 
with 7:39 left in the third quarter. 

Maryland got on the 
scoreboard eariy in the 
fourth quarter when Nick 
Novak hit a 40-yard field 
goal with 10:07 remaining 
in the game. The scoring 
drive was set up after NC 
State fumbled a punt on 
its own 28-yard line. 

Maryland's kickers 
had strong days as 
sophomore punter Adam 
Podlesh averaged 45.2 
yards on 11 punts, 
including a career-long 
70-yarder, and Novak 
moved into a tie for 
seventh on the NCAA 
career sconng list with 
371 points. 

Junior defensive end 
Shawne Meniman had a 
career-high 16 tackles, 
including nine solo stops. 
He added a pass breakup 
and 1.5 tackles for loss. 



Box Score 

1st 


2nd 


3rd 


m 


OT 


Final 


NC Stale (4-2, 3-1) 3 


7 


3 





. 


13 


MARYLAND (3-3, 1-2) 








3 


• 


3 



First Quarter 

NCS-FG John Deraney 32, 1:14 
Secor}d Quarter 

NCS - Reggie Davis 1 run (John Deraney kick), 10:59 
Thirjj Quarter 

NCS FG John Deraney 49, 7:39 
Fourth Quarter 

MD-FG Nick Novak 40, 10:07 





Maryland 


NC State 


RrstDovms 


5 


18 


Rushes-Yards 


37-67 


4S« 


Comp-Att-Int 


7-194) 


13-300 


Passing Yards 


24 


208 


Retum Yanis 


99 


61 


Punts-Average 


11-45i 


M1.7 


Fumtjies-Lost 


1-0 


3-1 


Penalties-Yanls 


M6 


8-70 


Sacks By-Yan)s lost 


M 


5-31 


Time of Possession 


28:31 


3ia 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Wa-,-3-.; Jcs-'Ae-'64J 5a--r. Vao:-.aJ: ■■-3" -lyis- Sle", 
b-Ti^njs 5 j:e Siara- --- -^i ? '<C ;■.=■= -<:".- -2.5 '--:■ '-5-5 - 
Ka 3-2i ja-e Ea-'-J- '•-'£ '^ '.''^roj- 'i iicc, t':^-X-^--i-z 
Rc\a": I'l'ss" -'^ly -- ' .i.Zi'i' ~ --i' Team ^/mus 4 

PASSING -Ua-,.a-o jx S-3r.iT, ->••-;-■; ,:.-:aiSiefyi-7.M,TeamO-1-00. 
NC Stale. Jay Davis 13-3(W-2CI8 

REC£IVMG-Mayland:DenickFenner2-20.R(^Par9><2-9.VemxDaiis1-6.Lcu 
LorTtodo1-mr>)s3, Josh Alenl-mas 8; NC Stale: Richard WM»i»)n 446. 
Oarel Btackmai 3-S3. Lamart Barren 2-27, Tianain Hal 1-Z7. TJ. Mams 
1-24, John Rilctier 1-20, Regge 03VB 1-11. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS - Matytand: Nidi Novak 37: NC Stale. John Deraney 
32.51.30, 

TACKLES - Maryland Shawne Merman 9-7-16. 0»-= Ifeley S-5-11. D'Qvtel 
Jadcson 4-4-8, Gem* McPhearayi 4-3-7 Hs/i Hu'mrJir 2-4-6: NC Stale: 
M«us Hudson 54-11. Pal ThotiBS 4-3-7, FAjo-nr^Lisay 1-2-6. Ray™nd 
Brooks 3-1-4, JoTm McCargo 2-2-4 

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GAME 7 

Frank Howard Field 
Clemson, S.C. 
Oct. 23, 2004 



CLEMSON 




MARYLAND 



CLEMSON. S.C. — Reggie Merriweather dove into the end zone from two yards out for a 
touctidown with 23 seconds left that lifted Clemson to an Atlantic Coast Conference victory 
over Maryland at Frank Howard Field. 

The touchdown by Merriweather put the Tigers ahead for the first time in the game, as 
Maryland had led since midway through the opening quarter. 

The loss sent the Terps to their third straight defeat. 

Justin Miller's 22-yard punt return late in the game set up the Tigers' final drive on their 
own 42-yard line. Charlie Whitehurst completed three passes and Merriweather gained 10 
on a run to give Clemson a first-and-goal at the Maryland 7-yard line. 

On third down, the Terps were called for a pass interference penalty in the end zone, 
giving Clemson a first down at the 2-yard line. Merriweather scored on the next play, giving 
the Tigers the lead. 

A Maryland comeback bid ended on the Terrapins' next offensive play from scrimmage 
when Miller intercepted a pass from Joel Statham. 

Maryland scored on its second possession of the game, cashing in a drive that was set 
up by a blocked punt by David Holloway The Terp sophomore blocked a punt and the Terps 
opened a drive on the Clemson 17. 

Six plays later. Josh Allen ran off nght tackle for a 1-yard touchdown, putting Maryland 
ahead with 7:12 left in 



the first quarter. 

Clemson scored on 
its final possession of the 
first half, going 73 yards 
in 18 plays to set up a 
21-yard field goal by Jad 
Dean. The Terrapins' 7-3 
lead held up until late in 
the game. 

Maryland's defense 
again played well, 
holding Clemson to 
just 206 yards in total 
offense, including just 36 
yards on the ground. The 
Terps allowed the Tigers 
just 3 of 16 third-down 
conversions and sacked 
Whitehurst five times. 

D'Qwell Jackson 
had 16 tackles to 
lead Maryland, while 
Shawne Merriman had a 
quarterback sack, giving 
him at least one sack in 
Maryland's seven games 
this season. 



Box Score 

1sl 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


OT 


Final 


MARYUND 13-4, 1-3) 7 













7 


Clemson (3-4, 2-3| 


3 





7 




10 



First Quarter 

MO - Josh Allen 1 run (Nick Novak kick), 7:12 
Second Quarler 

CU-FGJadDean21,009 
Fourth Quarter 

CU ■ Reggie Memweatfier 2 run (Dean kick). 0:23 





Maryland 


Clemson 


First Downs 


13 


16 


Rushes-Yards 


37-83 


40-36 


Comp-Alt-lnl 


14-31-2 


14-31-0 


Passing Yards 


111 


170 


Relum Yards 


74 


92 


Punts-Average 


7-40.6 


940.0 


Fumbles-LosI 


3-0 


M 


Penalties-Yards 


6-47 


4-55 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


5-37 


3-15 


Time of Possession 


30:59 


29:01 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland Sammy Maldonado 11-39. Joel Statham 11-27, Keon Latlmore 
4-11, Josh Alien 10-8. Team 1-minus2, Clemson Reggie Memweather 17-60, 
Duane Coleman 9-27. Airese Cume 1 -minus 6. Team 3-minus 8, Chansi Stuckey 
1 -minus 15. Chahie Whitehurst 9-minus 22 

PASSING ■ Maryland Joel Statham t4-31-2-111, Clemson Chartie Whitehurst 
14-31-0-170 

RECEIVING - Maryland Rich Parson 5-35. Demck Fenner 4-35, Sammy Maldonado 
1-14, Steve Suter 1-13. Jo Jo Walker 1-7. Vernon Davis 1-4. Ore* Weattierty 
1-3, Clemson: Airese Cume 5-89. Kelvin Grant 4-49. Michael Collins 1-14. 
Chansi stuckey 1-7. Duane Coleman 1-4. La'Donte Hams 1-4, Reggie Mer- 
nweather 1-3 

MISSED FIELD GOALS - Maryland: Nick Novak 38, 

TACKLES - Maryland DOiveii Jackson 9-9-18, Shawne Merriman 3-4-7. William 
Kershaw 3-4-7, Domonique Foxworth 5-1-6, Chns Vamer 5-1-6, Clemson Lenjy 
Hill 4-6-10, Tramaine Billic 2-5-7, Nick Walkins 2-3-5, Maunce Founlain 2-3-5 

ATT -78,000 WEATHER -57 degrees overcast 





GAMES 

Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 
Oct. 30, 2004 



MARYLAND 



20 



7 #5/5 FLORIDA STATE 



17 



COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Sophomore quarterback Joel Statham passed for 333 yards and a 
touchdown, also running for a touchdown to lift Maryland past No, 5 Flonda State in an Atlantic Coast 
Conference game played before the fifth straight sellout of the season at Byrd Stadium. 

The victory over the Seminoles was the first in 14 tries in the series. It also marked Maryland's first 
victory over a Top 5 team since 1983. 

Statham completed 21 of 40 passes in earning his second 300-yard passing game of the season. 
Maryland was able to generate 387 yards in total offense and held a nine-minute advantage in time of 
possession over FSU, 

Maryland scored on its first possession of the game, capping a 68-yard dnve with a 43-yard field 
goal from Nick Novak. After Xavier Beitia pulled Flonda State even at 3-3 late in the first quarter. Novak 
added a 45-yard field goal early in the second penod to regain the lead for the Terrapins. 

Statham completed passes of 35 and 33 yards on Maryland's next drive, leading to a 1-yard 
quarterback sneak by Statham that gave the Terrapins a 13-3 halftime lead, Statham's rushing 
touchdown capped a 68-yard dnve and came with 7:58 left in the half. 

Maryland got the second-half kickoff, but a Statham pass was intercepted by Antonio Cromartie, 
who went 40 yards with the return for a touchdown that brought Florida State within three points 




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Three plays later, 
though, Josh Allen took a 
swing pass and weaved 
his way through and around 
Seminole defenders (or a 
72-yard touchdown, giving 
Maryland a 20-10 lead Willi 
11:55 left in the third quarter 
The 72-yard gam was the 
Terrapins' longest single 
play of the season to that 
point. 

Flohda Stale came within 
three points midway through 
the fourth quarter when 
Chns Rix hit Chauncey 
Slovall with a 16-yard 
touchdown pass with 7:43 
left. 

The Seminoles missed 
two field goals in the fourth 
quarter in their attempt to 
come from behind, 

D'Owell Jackson 

had 11 tackles to lead a 
Maryland defense that 
held Flonda Slate to a 3- 
for-15 conversion rate on 
third downs. The Terps got 
four sacks and a pair of 
interceptions against the 
Seminoles' offense 



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Box Score 





lit 


2nd 


3rd 


4(h 


or 


Final 


Florida SI (e>2, 4-2) 


3 





7 


7 




17 


MARYLAND 14-4, 2-3) 


3 


10 


7 





■ 


20 



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MD-FGNtck Novak 43, 9:21 

FSFGXavierBeitia48.2;38 
Second Qmnm 

MO -FGNirt Novak 45, 1154 

MO - Joel Statham 1 run (Novak kick). 7 56 
nxn:/ Ouarter 

FS - Anionio Cromartie 40 interception return (Beilia kjck), 12,58 

MO ■ Josh Allen 72 pass from Joel Stalham (Novak kick), 11 55 
Powrth Quarter 

FS - Cfiauncey Stovall 16 pass from Chns Ra (Beitia kick), 7 43 





Maryland 


Florida Slate 


Firsl Downs 17 21 


Rushes-Yards 


38-M 


:3-50 


Comp-AlMnl 


2140-1 


22-51-2 


PassioQ Yards 


333 


304 


Return Yards 


78 


209 


PunisAverage 


MS.O 


641,8 


Fumbles-LosI 


2-1 


0-0 


Penalties-Yards 


5-55 


7-56 


Sacks By- Yards Lost 


4-26 


2-9 


Time o( Possession 


34:45 


25:15 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING ■ Maryland Jo Jo Walker 2-42, Josh Allen 13-23, Sammy Maldonado 
12-21, Joel Stalham 6-minus 5, Team 5-minus 27 Flonda Slate Lorenzo Booker 
13-51, James Coleman 1-8, Wyatt Sexton 5-minus 4, Chns Rix 4-minus 5 

PASSING ■ Maryland Joel Stalham 21-40-1-333, Flonda Slate Wyalt Sexlon 14- 
30-2-164, Chns Rix 8-21-0-140, 

RECEIVING - Maryland Vernon Da«s 6-99. Jo Jo Walker 4-36, Josh Allen 3-98, Rich 
Parson 3-16, Ore* Weathehy 2-25, Sammy Maldonado 2-20, Dan Melendez 
1-39. Fkinda State Chauncey Slovall 5-67, Craphonso Thorpe 5-56, Dominic 
Rodinson 4-81 Lorenzo Booker 2-23, Chns Daws 2-17, Paul Irons 1-24, Lome 
Sam 1-15. Matt Henshaw 1-13, James Coleman 1-8 

MISSED FIELD GOALS - Flonda Slate Xavier Beitia 41 , 52, 45 

TACKLES ■ Maryland: D'Owell Jackson 8-3-11, Domomque Foxworth 5-1-6, Wil- 
liam Kershaw 4-2-6, Chns Kelley 4-0-4, Ray Custis 3-1-4, Josh Wilson 2-2-4, 
Flonda State Travis Johnson 6-2-8, Ernie Sims 5-3-8, Pal Watkins 3-3-6 A J 
Nicholson 4-1-5 

f^ - 52 2C3 WEATHER - 66 deo-ees mostly doudy 




F"^:^^1 GAME 9 



Scott Stadium 
Charlottesville, Va. 
Nov. 6, 2004 



#12/13 VIRGINIA 
MARYLAND 



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Box Score 



CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va, — Alvin Pearman and Wall Lundy each surpassed the century 
mark on the ground to lead 12th-ranked Virginia to a victory over Maryland in an Atlantic 
Coast Conference football game played before a record crovi/d at Scott Stadium, 

The shutout was the first in three seasons suffered by the Terrapins, a stretch dating 
back to the opening game of the 2001 season against Notre Dame, 

Pearman gained 170 yards on 31 carries, while Lundy had 107 yards and a pair of 
touchdowns on 24 rushes. For the game, Virginia ground out 295 yards rushing and held 
the ball for more than 38 minutes in the game. 

Maryland had three dnves into Cavalier territory in the first quarter On the third, the 
Terrapins failed to pick up a first down on a third-and-1 and a fourth-and-1 at the Virginia 
14-yard line. 

After the defensive stand, the Wahoos went on the first sconng dnve of the game. They 
covered 86 yards in 13 plays to set up a 4-yard touchdown run by Lundy with 12:02 left in 
the second quarter 

On Virginia's next possession, the Cavs went 59 yards in 10 plays, with Lundy scoring 
from 15 yards out with 5:25 remaining in the half. Connor Hughes' extra-point kick bounced 
off the left upright, and Virginia held the 13-0 lead into halftime 

Virginia took the 
second-half kickoff and 
went 66 yards in 11 
plays, setting up a 27- 
yard field goal by Hughes 
with 10:17 left in the third 
quarter 

That would be the final 
scoring in the game, as 
both defenses stiffened. 

William Kershaw 
blocked a late field-goal 
attempt for the Terps, 
picking up his second 
blocked kick of the 
season. DQwell Jackson 
led Maryland in tackles 
for the third straight 
game with 16. Chris 
Kelley added 11 tackles, 
including three for losses 
and an interception, while 
Shawne Mernman had 
10 tackles and a fumble 
recovery. 





l5t 


2nd 


3rd 


4ttl 


OT 


Final 


MARYLAND (4-5, 2-4) 



















Virginia (7-1, 4-1) 





13 


3 







16 



Second Quarter 

VA • Wall Lundy 4 njn (Connor Hughes kk*). 12.<I2 
VA - Wall Lundy 15 mn (kick failed). 5:25 

Third Q\a!\& 

VA-FG Connor Hughes 27. 10:17 





Maryland 


VirjiiM 


First Downs 


7 


26 


Rushes- Yards 


27-51 


61-295 


Comi>-All-lnl 


12-23-2 


10-17-1 


Passing Yards 


163 


114 


Return Yards 


138 


57 


Punts-Average 


S42-0 


J40J 


Fumples-Losi 


1-1 


J-1 


Penalties-Yards 


4-35 


00 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


1-1 


3-20 


Time of Possession 


21:19 


3841 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland: Josh Alen 10-39. Joel StaDiam 7-1 3. Sammy Maklonado M 

Teami-<nnus2.JordanSle)ly4-riiiius7:Vrgna:AlvinPe3rTnan31'170.Wat 

Lundy 24-107. Manjues Hajans 6-18. 
PASSING < Maryland: Joel Stalham 10-17-2-115. Jordan Sleffy 2-6-048: V>gna: 

Marques Hagans 10-17-1-114. 
RECEIVING - Maryland. Verrwn Daws 5-104. Demck Fenner 3-22. Jo Jo Wato 

1-19. Dre* Weatherty 1-14. Ri* Parson 1-7, Josd Alen t-mnus 3, Vijrta: 

Tom Sant 3-33. Wcfiael Mc&e« 2-21 , Pam* EslES 1-27. Ahn Pearman 1-13. 

Wat Lundy 1-9 Head Mter 1-8. Deyon Wtans 1-3. 
MISSED nELD GOALS - Vrgna Dxmor Hughes 53. 35 
TACKLES - Marylaid. 0'0«l Jackson 9-7-16, Chns KeJey 3-8-11. Shawne Met- 

r»nan W-10. Josh Wilson W-7 Ray Cusa 2-5-7. Wifam Kerslwv 2-5-7: 

Virgna: Andrew Hodman 4-2-6. Amad Bracks 3-M. Tony Frankin 5*5. 

DsiylBbdrstoct 4-1-5, Manijs Weeks 1-1-5 
ATT - 63,072 WEATWER - 63 degrees fair 



Maryland's 20-17 win over No. 5 Florida State was the 
program's first victory over a Top 5 team since 1983. 




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GAME 1 

Lane Stadium 
Blacksburg, Va. 
Nov. 18, 2004 



#1 5/1 5 VIRGINIA TECH 



MARYLAND 



BLACKSBURG. Va, — Virginia Tech turned four first-half turnovers into a 41-3 halftime lead and went 
on to take a victory over Maryland in an Atlantic Coast Conference game played before a Thursday- 
night crowd at Lane Stadium. 

On the first possession of the game, the Terrapins threw an interception that turned into a short-field 
drive, as Tech went 29 yards to set up a 1-yard touchdown run by Mike Imoh. 

The next offensive play by the Terps resulted in a fumble that was recovered by the Hokies. This 
time, Imoh went over from six yards out, finishing a 17-yard dnve that led to a 14-0 Virginia Tech lead 
just four minutes into the game. 

Maryland's Nick Novak put the Terrapins on the board late in the opening quarter with a 42-yard 
field goal, his first of two field goals in the game. But Tech got a 35-yard pass from Bryan Randall to 
Jeff King for its third touchdown of the first quarter and a 21 -3 lead. 

Again, Maryland suffered an interception on its final possession of the first quarter, and Tech tumed 
the opportunity into a 5-yard touchdown run by Justin Hamilton on the opening play of the second 
quarter. The score capped a 24-yard sconng drive 

Virginia Tech got its 



offense going later in the 
quarter, going on scoring 
dnves of 74 and 62 yards 
to set up scores. The first 
ended in a 27-yard field 
goal by Brandon Pace, 
and the second was a 15- 
yard touchdown pass from 
Randall to Jared Mazzetta. 

TheTerps'fourth turnover 
of the penod, an interception 
in the final minute, led to a 
34-yard field goal by Pace 
as the first half ended. 

Randall scored on a 
1-yard run late in the third 
quarter, and Jimmy Williams 
returned an interception 34 
yards for a score for Tech 
just a minute later. 

Novak hit a 33-yard field 
goal for the Terps in the 
fourth quarter. 

Demck Fenner had a 
season-high seven catches 
for Maryland, while Steve 
Suter had six receptions 
Reserve quarterback Sam 
Hollenbach came off the 
bench to complete 5 of 8 
passes for 53 yards. 

Despite the lopsided 
score, the Maryland defense 
held a strong Tech offense 
to just 376 yards. The Terp 
defenders were led by 
William Kershaw, who had 
14 tackles. 



Box Score 

1st 


2(ld 


3rd 


4lll 


OT 


Final 


MARYLAND (4-6, 2-5) 3 








3 




6 


Virginia Tecli (8-2, 5-1) 21 


20 


14 







55 



First Quarter 

VT - Mike Imoh 1 njn (Brandon Pace ki(*), 12:21 

VT - Mike Imoh 6 njn (Pace kick), 11 00 

MD-FGNickNovak«.233 

VT ■ Jeff King 35 pass from Biyan Randall (Pace kick), 0:25 
Second Quarter 

VT - Juslin Hamilton 5 run (Pace kick). 14:56 

VT-FG Brandon Pace 27, 4 47 

VT - Jared Mazzetta 1 5 pass from Randall (Pace kick), 1 :00 

VT ■ FG Brandon Pace 34, 00 
Third Qjaner 

VT • Br/an Randall 1 mn (Pace kjck). 1 54 

VT - Jimmy Williams 34 interception return (Pace kick), 0:23 
Fourth Quarter 

MD-FG Nick Novak 33, 244 





Maryland 


Virginia Tech 


Fret Downs 


14 


22 


Rushes-Yards 


30-56 


50-239 


Comp-Alt-lnl 


1M1-4 


8-14-0 


Passing Yards 


141 


137 


Return Yards 


108 


180 


Punts-Average 


6-43,3 


4-31.2 


Fumbles-LosI 


2-1 


1-0 


Penalties-Yards 


11-89 


8-75 


Sacks By-Yanjs Lost 


1-7 


1-4 


Time of Possession 


30:32 


29:28 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland Sammy Maldonado 7-29. Mano Memlls 7-13, Joel Slalham 
1-6, Jortan Sleffy 2-4. Keon Lattimore 34, Sam Hollenbadi 1-2. Lance Ball 4-1 , 
Steve Suter 2-0, Josh Allen 3-minus 3 Vrgtnta Tech Cednc Humes 1 &^5. Jus- 
tin Hamilton 8-48, Bryan Randall 9-41 . Mike Imkoh 7-35. John Candetas 8-30 

PASSING - Maryland Joel Slalham 8-17-3-70. Sam HollenPach 5-84-53, Jordan 
SteHy M-t-18, Virginia Tech Bryan Randall 8-14-0-137 

RECEIVING - Maryland Demck Fenner 7-61 . Steve Suter 6^9, Vemon Davis 1-8. 
Rich Paison 1 -6, Keon Lattmore 1 -minus 3, Virginia Tech: Jared Mazzetta 3-34 
Jefl King 2-53, Josh Hyman 240. David Clowney 1-10 

MISSED FIELD GOALS - None 

TACKLES - Maiyland William Keisha* 6*14. David Hdkway 3*9. Chns Kelley 
4-4-8. DOweli Jaduon 5-2-7 Ray CusUs 3-2-5, Virgina Tech James Gnffin 
3-2-5. Brandon Manning 2-24, Blake Warren 2-24, Aaron Rouse 1-34 

An-65,115 WEATHER -57 degrees, cloudy 




GAME 1 1 

Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 
Nov. 27, 2004 



55 MARYLAND 



13 



6 WAKE FOREST 



COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Sam Hollenbach threw for 164 yards in his first college start and Maryland's 
defense held Wake Forest to just seven points as the Tenapins closed the 2004 season with an 
Atlantic Coast Conference victory before 48,226 at Byrd Stadium. 

Hollenbach, a sophomore making his first collegiate start, went 16-for-27 with no interceptions 
Going 7-for-10 in the opening quarter, as the Terrapins took a 7-0 lead. 

The Maryland defense was effective, holding the Demon Deacons to 272 yards in total offense, 
despite a 1 03-yard rushing effort by junior tailback Chris Barclay 

Maryland forced a cnjcial turnover by the Demon Deacons midway through the final period that 
preserved the victory. Wake Forest trailed 13-7 when Cory Randolph replaced starting quartertjack 
Ben Mauk and drove the Demon Deacons to the Maryland 10-yard line. But the march ended when 
safety Chns Kelley forced a fumble at the 1 and the Terrapins recovered with 8:25 remaining 

Maryland then punted, and Wake Forest failed on a fourth-down try from the Maryland 27 with 4:06 
to go. The Deacons' final dnve ended before they reached midfield. 

Nick Novak kicked two field goals for the Terrapins and finished his career with 393 points, most in 
ACC history and tied for fifth on the NCAA Division-I list. 

Wake Forest's only touchdown came in the third quarter on a 28-yard drive following a Terrapin 
turnover 

The Terrapins led 13-0 in the third quarter when a Wake Forest punt hit a Maryland player and the 
Deacons recovered the fumble. That set up a 5-yard touchdown run by Barclay and late in the quarter 
Jeremy Thompson blocked 



a 37-yard field goal try by 
Novak to keep the score at 
13-6, 

It was 13-0 at halftime, 
the first time this season the 
Demon Deacons were held 
scoreless in the first half. 

After Ryan Plackemeier 
missed a 25-yard field goal 
for Wake Forest, Hollenbach 
directed an 11 -play 80-yard 
drive that produced the 
Ten'apins' first touchdown. 
Hollenbach went 3-for-4 for 
40 yards before Josh Allen 
scored on a 13-yard run 

In the second quarter, 
Hollenbach engineered a 
13-play drive that produced 
a 22-yard field goal by 
Novak and a 10-0 lead with 
2:27 left. Allen carried nine 
times for 43 yards dunng the 
march. 

Maryland then forced 
a punt, and the Terrapins 
moved 34 yards In seven 
plays over 40 seconds 
before Novak kicked a 
47-yard field goal as time 
expired in the half 

Allen gained 74 yards on 
1 8 cames before leaving the 
game with an injury late in 
the half. 



Box Score 

1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4tll 


OT Final 


Wake Forest (4-7, 1-7) 





7 





7 


MARYLAND (5-6, 3-5) 7 


6 








13 



firsf Quarter 

MD - Josh Allen 13 mn (Nick Novak kick), 347 
Second Quarter 

MD - FG Nick Novak 22, 2:27 

MD-FG Nick Novak 47, 00 
Third Quarter 

WF - Chns Barclay 5 run (Ryan Plackemeier kick), 9 1 3 





Maiyland 


Walie Forest 


Fiisl Downs 


18 


14 


Rushes-Yards 


47-131 


46-149 


Com|^Atl-lnl 


1MM 


10-22-0 


Passing YanJs 


164 


123 


Return Yards 


20 


40 


Punis-Average 


8-39.8 


8431 


FumWes-Lost 


3-1 


1-1 


Penallies-Yatds 


4-29 


4-36 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


6-33 


4-27 


Time ol Possession 


28:07 


31:53 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland Josh Allen 18-74, Sammy Maldonado 945. Mano Memlls 
1041 Team 3-minu5 10. Sam HollentMCh 7-minus 19, Wake Forest Chns 
Barclay 25-103 Ben Mauk 10-18. Kevin Manoh 2-14, Chns Davis 3-9. Micah 
Andrews 2-8, Cory Randolph 4-minus 3 

PASSING - Maryland Sam HollenMch 16-27-0-164. Team 0-1-W); Wake Forest 
Ben Mauk 6-14-0-54. Cory Randolph 4-8-^69 

RECEIVING - Maryland Demck Fenner 5^7. Steve Suter 447 Jo Jo Walker 
3-10. Rob Abiamin 2-11. Vemon Davis 1-15. Josh Allen 1-14. Wake Forest 
John Tereshinski 3-37, Chns Barday 3-31, Kevin Manon 2-36. Zac Selmon 
1-12, Nate Morion 1-7 

MISSED FIELD GOALS - Maryland Nick Novak 37 

TACKLES - Maryland Shawne Memman 7-5-12 Chns Kelley 6-6-12, D'Qwell 
Jackson 2-9-11 William Kersha* 5-2-7. David Holkiway 2-3-5. Wake Forest 
Brad While 4-5-9. Josh Gatlis 34-9. Patrick Ghee 3-M. Caron Bracy 3-54. 
Jonathan Abtjate 1-6-7 

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THE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 



The Tradition 




John Swofford, 
ACC Commissioner 



Consistency, It's ttie mark of true excellence in any endeavor. 
However in today's intercollegiate athletics, competition tias 
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 Nov» in its 
53rd year of competition, the ACC has long enjoyed the reputation as one 
of the strongest and most competitive intercollegiate conferences in the 
nation. And that is not mere conjecture, the numbers support it. 

Since the league's inception in 1953, ACC schools have captured 
94 national champion-ships, including 49 in women's competition and 45 
in men's. In addition, NCAA individual titles have gone to ACC student- 
athletes 120 times in men's competition and 60 times in women's action. 
The conference had an immediate impact on the national college 
football scene in the fall of 1953 when the University of Maryland captured the first of what would 
eventually be five national football titles for the ACC, Clemson laid claim to the league's second 
national title in 1981 while Georgia Tech followed suit in 1990 Florida State pocketed national titles 
No. 4 and 5 in 1993 and 1999, respectively 

In addition, Miami has laid claim to five national gridiron titles over the past 22 seaons. 
Four of the Hurncanes' five national titles (1983, 1987, 1989, 2001) were unanimous with both the 
sportswriters and coaches polls in agreement, while in 1991 Miami (AP) shared the national title with 
Washington (coaches). 

The 1 2 institutions that lake to the field this fall under the ACC banner have produced 497 first or 
second team gndiron All-Amencans and 70 first-team academic All-Amencans. ACC schools have had 
2,125 players selected in the annual professional football draft, including 191 first round selections. 

If success is best measured in terms of wins and 
losses, then the ACC over the years has proved itself to pamBBBMHaii^MnBi^Hna 
be among the elite in Division l-A football. The ACC is the 
nation's winningesi bowl conference, as the 12 current 
league teams are a combined 132-115-5 (.533) in post- 
season play 

Following its 3-3 bowl mark in 2004, the ACC is the 
only conference to post a .500-or-better record in post- 
season play in each of the past four seasons. Since 2001 , 
the ACC IS 16-9 in postseason play and has the best bowl 
winning percentage (.640) among all BCS conferences 

In 2002, 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 51-14 win over Syracuse in last 
year's Champs Sports Bowl, the Yellow Jackets are 22-11 
(.667) while Boston College (.625) is fourth and Florida 
State (.606) is eighth. 

For the first time in league history, the ACC 
surpassed the 3.5 million mark in total attendance in 
2004 and for the fifth straight year, the league set new 
single-season records in attendance. In 66 home games 
during the 2004 season, ACC teams drew 3,693,032 fans, 
breaking the existing record of 3,006,841 set during the 
2003 season. 



ACC 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 


Phone 


336-851-6062 


Media Relations Fax 


336-854-8797 


336-547-6261 


Administrative Fax 


336-316-6097 


E-Mail 


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Web Address 


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ACC Media Relations Staff 


Bnan Morrison 


Assistant Commissioner 


Amy Yakola 


Associate Director 


Sarah Brown 


Assistant Director 


Jason Leturmy 
Barb Dery 


Media Relations Assistant 
Administrative Assistant 



Tiie Ciiampionsliips 



The conference will conduct championship competition in 25 sports during the 2005-06 
academic year - 1 2 for men and 1 3 for women. 

The first ACC championship was held in swimming on February 25, 1954. The conference did 
not conduct championships in cross country, wrestling or tennis during the first year 

The 1 2 sports for men include football, cross country, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and 
outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf and lacrosse. Fencing, which was started in 1971 , was 
discontinued in 1981 

Women's sports were initialed in 1977 with the first championship meet being held in tennis at 
Wake Forest University 

Championships for women are currently conducted in cross country, volleyball, field hockey, 
soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, tennis, golf, lacrosse, Softball and rowing. 



ACC Member Schools 

BOSTON COLLEGE - Charter member of the Big East Conference in 
1979; joined theACC in July, 2005, 

CLEMSON - Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic 
Association in 1894, a charter member of the Southern Conference in 
1 921 , a charter member of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) in 1953. 

DUKE - Joined the Southern Conference in December, 1928; charter 
member of the ACC in 1953, 

FLORIDA STATE - Charter member of the Dixie Conference in 1948; 
joined the Metro Conference in July, 1976; joined the ACC in July, 1991 . 

GEORGIA TECH - Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate 
Athletic Association in 1894, charter member of Southern Conference in 
1921, charter member of the SEC in 1932, joined the ACC in April, 1978. 

MARYLAND - Charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921, 

charter member of the ACC in 1 953. 

MIAMI - Charter member of the Big East Football Conference in 1991; 

joined the ACC in July, 2004. 



1 A History 



2004-05 in Review 

The 2004-05 academic year concluded with the 
league pocketing three more national team titles and 
seven individual NCAA crowns In all, the ACC has won 51 
national team titles over the last 15 years. 

The ACC's 2004-05 national champions were Wake 
Forest in field hockey. North Carolina in men's basketball 
and Duke in women's golf. In addition, a total of 181 
student-athletes from the ACC earned first, second or third 
team All-America honors this past year. 



NORTH CAROLINA - Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate 
Athletic Association in 1 894, charter member of the Southern Conference 
in 1921 , 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. 

VIRGINIA - Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic 
Association in 1894, charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921 , 
resigned from Southern Conference in December 1936, joined the ACC 
in December, 1953. 

VIRGINIA TECH - Charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921 ; 
withdrew from the Southern Conference in June, 1965; became a charter 
member of the Big East Football Conference in Feb 5. 1991 ; joined the 
ACC in July, 2004 

WAKE FOREST -- Joined the Southem Conference in Febmary, 1936, 
charter member of the ACC in 1953. 



The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded on May 
8, 1953, at the Sedgefield Inn near Greensboro, N.C., with 
seven charter members - Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North 
Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake 
Forest - drawing up the conference by-laws. 

The withdrawal of seven schools from the Southern 
Conference came early on the morning of May 8, 1953, 
during the Southern Conference's annual spnng meeting. 
On June 14, 1953, the seven members met m Raleigh, 
NC , where a set of bylaws was adopted and the name 
became officially the Atlantic Coast Conference 

Suggestions from fans for the name of the new 
conference appeared in the region's newspapers pnor to 
the meeting in Raleigh Some of the names suggested 
were: Dixie, Mid South, Mid Atlantic, East Coast, Seaboard, 
Colonial, Tobacco, Blue-Gray, Piedmont, Southern Seven 
and the Shoreline 

Duke's Eddie Cameron recommended that the 
name of the conference be the Atlantic Coast Conference, 
and the motion was passed unanimously. The meeting 
concluded with each member institution assessed $200.00 
to pay for conference expenses. 

On December 4, 1953, conference officials met 
again at Sedgefield and officially admitted the University 
of Virginia as the league's eighth member The first, and 
only, withdrawal of a school from the ACC came on June 
30, 1971, when the University of South Carolina tendered 
its resignation. 

The ACC operated with seven members until April 
3, 1978, when the Georgia Institute of Technology was 
admitted The Atlanta school had withdrawn from the 
Southeastern Conference in January of 1964. 

The ACC expanded to nine members on July 1, 
1991, with the addition of Florida State University. 

The conference expanded to 11 members on July 
1, 2004, with the addition of the University of Miami and 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University On 
October 17, 2003, Boston College accepted an invitation to 
become the league's 12th member starting July 1 2005 



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'2004 ACC REVIEW 



ACC Standings 



ACC Games 



Overall 



Team 


W 




For 


Opp 


Hm 


Rd 


W 


L 


For 


Opp 


Hm 


Rd 


Nu 


Virginia Tech 


7 




230 


114 


3-1 


4-0 


10 


3 


400 


167 


6-1 


4-0 


0-2 


Flonda State 


6 




208 


111 


4-0 


2-2 


9 


3 


302 


169 


5-1 


3-2 


1-0 


Miami 


5 




226 


143 


2-2 


3-1 


9 


3 


380 


204 


4-2 


4-1 


1-0 


Virginia 


5 




203 


151 


3-1 


2-2 


8 


4 


363 


212 


5-1 


3-2 


0-1 


North Carolina 


5 




230 


227 


3-1 


2-2 


6 


6 


214 


382 


4-2 


2-3 


0-1 


Georgia Tech 


4 




142 


177 


1-3 


3-1 


7 


5 


264 


227 


3-3 


3-2 


1-0 


Clemson 


4 




166 


189 


3-1 


1-3 


6 


5 


236 


229 


5-1 


1-4 


0-0 


Maryland 


3 




111 


159 


2-2 


1-3 


5 


6 


195 


220 


4-2 


1-4 


0-0 


NC Slate 


3 




156 


182 


1-3 


2-2 


5 


6 


264 


218 


2-4 


2-2 


1-0 


Wake Forest 


1 




140 


219 


1-3 


0-4 


4 


7 


230 


253 


3-3 


1-4 


0-0 


Duke 


1 




123 


263 


1-3 


04 


2 


9 


183 


322 


2-3 


0-6 


0-0 



Individual Honors 

Player of the Year: Bryan Randall, QB, Virginia Tech 
Defensive Player of the Year: Leroy Hill, LB, Clemsori^ 
Rookie of the Year: Calvin Johnson, WR, Georgia Tech 
Coach of the Year: Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech _ 

Brian Piccolo Award: Frank Gore, RB, Miami 

Jacobs Blocking Trophy: Elton Brown, OG, Vir ginia 
Jim Tatum Award: Nick Novak, PK, Maryland 



I Bowl Results 

I Champs Sports: Georgia Tech 51 . Syracuse 14^ 



MPC Computers: Fresno State 37, Virginia 34 (OT) __ 
Continental Tire: Boston College 37, North Carolin a 24 

Chick-fil-A Peach: Miami 27, Flonda 10 

Toyota Gator: Fl onda Sta te 30, We st Virginia 18 
Nokia Sugar: Au burn 16, Vi rg inia Tech 13 




Nick Novak is the second xMaryland player to win 
the Jim Tatum Award. 



First Team Offense 

QB Bryan Randall, Sr,, Virginia Tech_ 

RB Alvin Pearman, Sr, Virginia 

RB Chns Barclay. Jr. Wake Forest__ 

WR A irese Currie. Sr., Clem son 



WR Calvin John son, Fr, Georgia Tech 

TE Hea th Milller, Jr., Virginia 

OT A lex Barron, Sr., Florida State 

or D'Brichashaw Ferguson, Jr., UVa. 

OG Elton Brown. Sr. Virginia 

OG 
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PK 



SP 



C.J. Brooks, Sr., Maryland 

Jason Brown, Sr, North Carolinj_ 
_Brandon Pace, So., Virginia Tech 
Devin Hester, So., Miami 



Second Team Offense 

QB Brock Berlin, Sr,. Miami 

RB ^Frank Gore, Sr. fyliami 

RB ^Leon Washington, Fr., Florida S tate 

WR Chauncey S tovall, Sr., Florida State 
WR Roscoe Parrish, Jr., Miami 



TE 
0L_ 

OG 



Jeff King. Jr. Virginia Tech 
Chns Myers, Sr. Mia mi 



Jon Dunn, Sr. , Virginia Tech 



Steve Vallos, So., Wake Forest 



OG Kyle Ralph, Jr. , North Carolina 



^ac Yarbrough, Sr., Virginia 



PK Travis Bell. Fr, Georgia Tech 

SP Justin Miller, Jr., Clem son 

Honorable Mention 
Offense 

QB, Danan Durant. Sr, North Carolina. RB: 
Chadd Scott. Sr., North Carolina. OT Ray Willis. 
Sr, Florida State: Jimmy Martin, Jr. Virginia 
Tech; Willie McNeill. Sr„ North Carolina. OG: 
Cedric Johnson. Sr,. Clemson; Leroy Hanis. So., 
NC State: C; Will Montgomery. Jr.. Virginia Tech; 
Joel Rodriguez. Sr. Miami. PK: Connor Barth. Fr., 
North Carol ina; Nick Novak, Sr., Maryl and. 



First Team Defense 

DL Darryl Tapp, Jr , Virginia Tech 

PL Shawne Merriman, Jr., Maryland 
DL Travis Johnson. Sr. Florida State 
DL Mario Willliams. So,. NC State 
LB D'Qwell Jackson, Jr., Maryland 

LB Leroy Hill. Sr,. Clemson 

LB Ahmad Brooks, So . Virginia 

DB Antrel Rolle. Sr.. Miami 

DB Jimmy Williams, Jr., Virg inia Tech 
DB James Butl ler.Sr., Georgi a Tech 
DB A ntonio Cromartie, So., Florida Slate 
P Ryan Plackem eier, Jr., Wake Forest 



Second Team Defense 

DL Manny Lawson, Jr.. NC State 

DL Jim Davis. Sr., Virginia Jech_ 
DL Eric Hend erson, Jr., Geo rgia T ech 
DL Chauncey Davis . Sr., Florida State 



LB Da rryl Bla ckst ock, Jr, Virginia 

LB Gerris Wilkin son. Jr., Ge orgi a Tech 

LB Ernie Sims, So.. Florida State 




C,J, Brooks 



Shawne Mernman 




D'Qwell Jackson 



DB John Talley , So. Duke 

DB Eric King, Sr., Wake Forest 

DB Bryant McFadden, Sr, Florida State 

DB Domonique Foxworth, Sr., Marylan d 

DB Justin Miller. Jr., Clemson 



Honorable Mention 
Defense 

DL; Onen Harns. Jr., Miami; Andrew Hoffman. 
Sr., Virginia; Baraka Atkins. So.. Miami; Eric 
Moore. Sr. Florida State; Jonathan Lewis. Jr.. 
Virginia Tech; Eric Coleman, Sr., Clemson. LB; 
Jonathan Abbate. Fr., Wake Forest; Chris Reis. 
Jr.. Georgia Tech; A.J. Nicholson. Jr., Florida 
State; Roger Mcintosh. Jr., Miami. DB; Vincent 
Fuller. Sr,, Virginia Tech; Tye Hill, Jr., Clemson; 
Chris Kelley, Sr., Maryland; Pat Watkins, Jr., 
Florida State; Andre Maddox. Sr, NC State; 
Gerald Sensabaugh, Sr., North Carolina; Greg 
Threat, Jr.. Niami. 






Domonique 
Foxworth 




Chns Kelley 




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PASSING 

Team 

Miami 

North Carolina 



OFFENSE 

GAftCmp Int Pet. 

12 37 207 6 559 
12 339 202 11 59,6 



Yds Avg 

2812 76^ 
2573 7,6 



TDYds/G 

22 234 3 
18 214,4 



PASSING 

Team 

NC Slate 

Virginia Tecti 



DEFENSE 

G AttCmp Int Pel. 



Yds Avg TDYds/G 



11 272 118 9 43.4 1309 4,8 12 119.0 



QUARTERBACK SACKS BY 

Team G Sacks Yards G Opp Yards 

Clemson 11 40 277 11 25 178 



13 332 180 19 54.2 1986 6.0 8 152.8 Georgia Tecti 



12 38 



311 



12 28 196 



Florida State 



12 402 215 15 53.5 2526 6.3 11 210.5 



NC State 



11 343 191 16 55.7 2222 6.5 12 202.0 



Maryland 



11 292 141 6 48.3 1894 6.5 7 172.2 



Miami 



12 38 



259 



12 25 



139 



Miami 



12 336 170 13 50.6 2077 6.2 13 173.1 



Florida State 



12 



38 245 



12 29 



211 



Clemson 



11 355 178 17 50.1 2069 5.8 7188.1 



Clemson 



11 359 183 11 51.0 2108 5.9 10191.6 NC State 



11 



33 237 



11 31 



198 



Virginia Tech 



Georgia Tech 



13 319 179 9 56.1 2435 7.6 24187.3 Georgia Tech 12 395 215 10 54.4 2320 5.9 12 193.3 Virginia 



12 35 



239 



12 16 



12 346 169 18 48.8 2210 6.4 17 184.2 



Virginia 



12 333 202 9 60.7 2337 7.0 15 194.8 



Virginia 

Maryland 
Duke 
Wake Forest 



12 284 179 5 63.0 
11 305 161 16 52.8 



2167 7.6 
1963 6.4 



9 180.6 
8 178.5 



Duke 



11 277 162 15 58.5 2208 8.0 13 200.7 



Virginia Tech 
Maryland 



13 34 



183 



13 36 



247 



11 28 173 



11 30 225 



11 314 180 11 57.3 1885 6.0 10171.4 
11 243 128 7 52.7 1597 6.6 6 145.2 



Florida State 
North Carolina 



12 380 204 
12 361 222 



16 53.7 
8 61.5 



2409 6.3 
2737 7.6 



8 2O0.8 Wake Forest 
14 228.1 North Carolina 



11 



21 182 



11 25 



140 



12 20 



130 



12 21 



131 



Wake Forest 



11 370 205 11 55.4 2588 7.0 16 235.3 



Duke 



11 11 



53 



11 39 282 



SCORING 

T eam 

Miami 



Virginia Tech 



OFFENSE 

G TD _XP 2XP 

12 48 47- 47 

13 48 4546 1-2 



FG Saf 

15-24 
21-27 1 



Pts Avg 

380 317 
400 30.8 



SCORING 

Team 

Virginia Tech_ 



DEFENSE 

6 TD XP 2XP 



FG Saf Pts Avg 



13 18 17-17 0-1 14-22 167 12.8 



TIME OF POSSESSION 

Team G Time AvgJG Margin 



Virginia 



12 31:17 



28:43 



^2:34 



Flonda State 



12 18 14-16 0-1 15-21 1 169 14.1 



Virginia 



12 45 42-45 17-24 363 30.2 



Georgia Tech 



12 



31:09 



28:51 



+2:18 



North Car olina 12 40 35-37 1-3 14-18 319 26.6 
Flonda Sta te 12 33 33-33 23-34 1 302 25.2 

NC State 11 32 29-29 2-3 13-22 264 24.0 



Miami 



12 25 24-25 10-21 204 17.0 Virginia Tech 



13 



30:57 



29:03 



+1:54 



Virginia 



12 26 22-23 2-3 



Georgia Tech 



NC State 



12 28 2 3-25 2-3 
11 23 23-23 



10-14 1_ 
10-21 1_ 
19-25 



212 17.7 
227 18.9 
218 19.8 



Florida State 



12 30:36 



29:24 



t1:12 



Maryland 



11 



30:22 



29:38 



+0:44 



Miami 



12 30:20 



29:40 



tO:40 



Georgia Tech 
Clemson 



12 31 31-31 15-19 1 264 22.0 
11 27 23-25 1-2 15-20 2 236 21.5 



Maryland 



11 26 22-23 2-3 12-23 1 220 20.0 



Duke 



11 



30:08 



29:52 



+0:16 



Clemson 



11 26 25-25 16-18 229 20.8 



NC Slate 



30:01 



29:59 



+0:02 



Wake Forest 



11 29 29-29 9-17 230 20.9 



Wake Forest 



11 30 27-27 2-3 14-25 1 253 23.0 



North Carolina 



12 



29:02 



30:56 



-1:16 



Maryland 

Duke 



11 21 21-21 16-22 195 17.7 
11 21 18-19 0-2 13-19 183 16.6 



Duke 



11 37 34-37 22-26 322 29.3 



Wake Forest 



11 28:55 



31:05 



-2:10 



North Carolina 



12 48 45-47 1-1 15-20 1 362 31.8 



Clemson 



11 



27:58 



33:24 



-5:26 



KICKOFF RETURNS 

Team G Ret Yds 



L ong TD Avg 



PUNT RETURNS 

Team G Ret 



Yds Long TD Avg 



TURNOVER MARGIN 

Gained Lost 





Virginia 
Clemson 


12 
11 


35 

34 


932 

920 


100 
97 


1 
2 


26.6 
26.3 


Miami 
Clemson 


12 
11 


42 
32 


697 
385 


92 
69 
48 
70 


7 
2 


1 


16.6 
12.0 
11.3 
11.2 


Team 


Fum 


Int 


Tot 


Fum 


Int 


Tot 


Mar 


Avq 1 




Miami 

Virginia Tech 
Wake Forest 


14 
13 
9 


13 
19 
11 


27 
32 
20 


7 

10 
6 


6 
9 

7 


13 
19 
13 


14 
13 

7 


1.17 




Virginia Tech 


13 


31 


726 


48 





23.4 


Florida State 
Virginia 


12 
12 


53 
29 


597 
326 


1.00 ( 




NC State 


11 


25 


585 


74 


1 


23.4 


0.64 


J^ 


Georgia Tech 


12 


30 


653 


46 





21.8 


NC State 


11 


37 


397 


87 


3 


10.7 


Florida State 


13 


16 


29 


7 


15 


22 


7 


0.58 1 


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Duke 


11 


51 


1101 


94 


1 


21.6 


Virginia Tech 


13 


47 


439 


58 





9.3 


Virginia 


7 


9 


16 


5 


5 


10 


6 


0.50 


,"«s«« 


Maryland 


11 


30 


637 


52 





21.2 


North Carolina 


12 


27 


206 


28 


1 


7.6 


Duke 


11 


15 


26 


13 


11 


24 


2 


0.18 1 


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North Carolina 

FJonda State 

Miami 


12 
12 
12 


49 
31 
33 


1006 
629 
625 


46 
61 
100 





1 


20.5 
20.3 
18.9 


Georgia Tech 
Maryland 


12 
11 


50 
35 


350 
209 


32 
36 
12 
20 


1 





7.0 
6.0 
5.5 
4.1 


North Carolina 


7 


8 


15 


8 


11 


19 


-4 


■0.33 


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Clemson 
Maryland 


5 
10 


11 
6 


16 
16 


7 
9 


17 
16 


24 
25 


-8 
■9 


■0.73 i 


j^^^^g^ 


Duke 
Wake Fores! 


11 
11 


14 
29 


77 
119 


•0.82 


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Wake Forest 


11 


38 


676 


43 





17.8 


Georgia Tech 
NC State 


7 
6 


10 
9 


17 
15 


12 
16 


18 
16 


30 
32 


■13 
-17 


-1,08 i 


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2004 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 




Rashaun Grant, Fr , GaT 
Cednc Humes, Jr., VT 



10 



94 



425 



4.5 



33 



13 130 



605 



4.7 



37 



PASSING 

Player, Year, Team 

Brock Berlin, Sr,, Mi ami 
Marques Hagans , Jr,, UVa 



Att Cmp Int Yds 



Pet. 



TD 



12 348 



195 



2680 56.0 



22 



12 261 



164 



2024 62.8 



Danan Duranl. Sr., UNC 
Bryan Randall, Sr, yT_ 
Jay Davis, Jr , NCS 



12 299 



178 



2238 59,5 



13 306 



170 



2264 55,6 



21 



11 313 



175 15 2104 



55.9 



Mike Schneider, So.. Duke 
Wyatt Sexton, So,, FSU 
Reggie Ball. So,, GaT 



11 253 



150 



1527 



59.3 



10 252 



139 



8 1661 55.2 



12 330 



164 18 2147 49.7 



Joel St alham, So., Md. 



10 234 



126 15 1590 53.8 



Charlie Whitehutst, Jr., Clem. 



11 349 



177 17 



2067 



50.7 



TOTAL OFFENSE 

Player, Year, Team GP 



Run 



Pass 



Tot 



Ply PP TDR 



Brock Berlin, Sr., Miami 



12 



-53 



2680 2627 



Jay Davis. Jr, N CS 
Joel Statham, So., Md. 



11 -119 



2104 



1985 



10 



87 



1590 



1677 



296 5.7 



Wyati Sext on, So., FSU 



10 -94 



1661 



1567 



293 5.3 



Mike Schneider, So., Duke 



11 



-59 



1527 1468 



RECEPTIONS 

Player, Year, Team 



Att 



Yds 



Long TD Avg, 



Jarvvarski Pollock. Sr, UNC 



12 



45 



408 



38 



9.1 



CrBphqnso Thxpe. St.. FSU 



40 



496 



32 



Roscoe Pamsh, Jr., Miami 



12 



43 



693 



52 



8 16.1 



Heath Miller, Jr. UVa 



12 



541 



54 



Derrick Fenner, Jr., Md. 



35 



430 



35 



Nate Curry, Sr,, GaT 



32 



454 



80 



Ben Patnck, So , Dtike 



11 



32 



311 



45 



1 



RECEIVING YARDS 

Player, Year, Team G_ 



Rec 



Yards 



-■■•ese Cume, Sr,. Clem, 



11 



2 14.2 



Calvin Johnson. Ft, GaT 



12 



48 



837 



Chauncey Stovall, Sr., FSU 



53 



780 



14.7 



Roscoe Pamsh. Jr. Miami 



12 



43 



693 



8 16.1 



Craphofiso Thorpe, St.. FSU 



40 



496 



Heath Miller, Jr. UVa 



541 



Nate Curry, Sr, GaT 



32 



454 



14.2 



Levon Thomas, St.. GaT 



32 



15.3 



Vfemon Davis, So.. Md. 



RUSHING 

Player, Year, Team 


G 


Att 


Yds 


Avg 


Long 


TD 


Yds/G 


Leon Washington, Jr, FSU 


10 


138 


951 


6.9 


69 


7 


95,1 


Chns Barclay Jr,,WF 


11 


243 


1010 


4.2 


50 


9 


91,8 


AlvinPeamian,Sr,UVa 


12 


195 


1037 


5.3 


78 


10 


86,4 


Frank Gore, Jr.. Miami 


12 


197 


945 


4.8 


44 


8 


78.8 


TA McLendon, Jr, NCS 


10 


167 


770 


4,6 


41 


6 


77.0 


Lorenzo Booker, So,, FSU 


12 


173 


887 


5.1 


53 


4 


73.9 


Chad Scott, Sr , UNC 


11 


143 


796 


5.6 


48 


8 


72.4 


Wall Lundv, Jr. UV4 


12 


175 


864 


4.9 


44 


17 


72.0 


Mike Imoh, Jr. VT 


10 


158 


720 


4.6 


47 


6 


72.0 


Reggie Memwealher, So . Clem. 


10 


136 


670 


4.9 


62 


11 


67.0 


Sammv Maldonado. Sr. Md. 


11 


136 


560 


4.1 


40 


5 


50.9 


Jacoue Lewis, Sr, UNC 


11 


74 


557 


7.5 


53 


3 


50,6 


Josh Allen, Jr, Md. 


11 


144 


533 


3.7 


28 


5 


48.5 



2 12.4 



5 13.2 



2 12.3 



3 14.2 



9.7 



Lg TD Avg 



47 



17.4 51 



48 



52 



12.4 32 



13.2 54 



80 



59 



27 



441 



113 46 



Eddie Royal. Fr, VT 



28 



470 



i6.e 



80 



42.5 



46.5 



Effic. 



138.1 



135.5 



17 135.1 



134.5 



115.4 



1144 



8 114,7 



16 109,4 



8 109.4 



97.3 



PG 



390 6,7 22 218.9 



Bryan Randall, Sr, VT 


13 


511 


2264 


2775 


442 


6.3 


24 


213.5 


Reggie Ball, So,, GaT 


12 


332 


2147 


2479 


460 


5.4 


18 


206.6 


Danan Duranl, Sr., UNC 


12 


188 


2238 


2426 


380 


6.4 


18 


202.2 


Margues Hagans, Jr, UVa 


12 


394 


2024 


2418 


338 


7.2 


13 


201.5 


Charlie Whitehurst, Jr, Clem. 


11 


43 


2067 


2110 


430 


4.9 


8 


191.8 



356 5.6 13 180.5 



167,7 

156,7 



325 4.5 10 133,5 



Airese Cume, Sr, Ciem. 


11 


61 


868 


47 


2 14.2 


5.6 


Chauncey Stovall, Sr, FSU 


12 


53 


780 


48 


6 14.7 


4.4 


Calvin Johnson, Fr, GaT 


12 


48 


837 


51 


7 17.4 


4.0 



RPG 
M 

M 
M 
M 
31 
31 
M 

31 

21 
2.9 



PG 

78.9 
69.8 
65.0 
57.8 
45.1 
45.1 
41.3 
40.8 
40.1 
39.2 



ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 

Player, Year, Team G Run 


Rec 


PntR 


KoR 


Yds 


PG 


Alvin Pearman, Sr,, UVa 


12 


1037 


402 


314 


185 


1938 


161,5 


Leon Washington, Jr, FSU 


10 


951 


90 


3 


81 


1125 


112,5 


Mike Imoh, Jr , VT 


10 


720 


4 


50 


256 


1030 


103.0 


Chns Barclay, Jr., WF 


11 


1010 


118 








1128 


1025 


Airese Curne, Sr., Clem, 


11 


8 


868 





212 


1088 


98.9 


Justin Miller, Jr, Clem. 


11 


2 





339 


661 


1002 


92.4 


Eddie Royal, Fr.VT 


12 


11 


470 


274 


346 


1101 


91.8 


Levon Thomas, Sr, GaT 


12 


25 


489 





574 


1088 


90.7 


T.A. McLendon, Jr, NCS 


10 


770 


136 








906 


90.6 



Roscoe Parrish, Jr, Miami 12 



324 



1077 



PUNT RETURNS 



Player, Year, Team 


G 


Ret 


Yds 


Long 


TD 


Avg 


Darrell Blackman, Fr, NCS 


10 


12 


214 


b' 




176 


Devin Hester, So,, Miami 


12 


19 


326 


92 




'72 


Roscoe Parrish, Jr, Miami 


12 


20 


324 


72 


2 


16 2 


Willie Reid,Jr, FSU 


11 


38 


522 


48 


r. 


'"', 7 


Justin Miller. Jr, Clem. 


11 


26 


339 


69 






Alvin Pearman, Sr, UVa 


12 


28 


314 


70 




''..<: 


Eddie Royal. Fr, VT 


12 


25 


274 


58 




11.0 


Jarwarski Pollock, Sr, UNC 


12 


19 


160 


28 


„ 


84 



Tramain Hall, Jr. NCS 


11 


21 


136 




19 









6.5 


Steve Suter, Sr, Md. 


10 


27 


163 




36 









6A 


KICKOFF RETURNS 

Player, Year, Team G Ret 


Yds 


Long 




TD 




Avg 


Justin Miller, Jr, Clem. 


11 


20 


661 




97 




2 




33.0 


Devin Hester, So, Miami 


12 


15 


389 




10O 




1 




25.9 


Chns Davis. Fr, Duke 


10 


20 


516 




94 




1 




25.8 


Steve Suter, Sr, Md. 


10 


15 


362 




52 









24.1 


Mike Mason. So., UNC 


12 


22 


508 




45 









23.1 


Kevin Manon, Fr, WF 


11 


20 


460 




43 









23.0 


Antonio Cromartie, So., FSU 


12 


19 


435 




61 









22.9 


Levon Thomas, Sr , GaT 


12 


26 


574 




46 









22.1 


Mike Imoh, Jr, VT 


10 


12 


256 




42 









21.3 


Jo Jo Walker, Jr., Md. 


9 


11 


203 




39 









18.5 


PUNTING 

Player, Year, Team 


G 


Punt 


Yds 




LG 




120 




Ava 


Ryan Plackemeier, Jr, WF 




64 


2809 




69 




17 




43.9 


Adam Podlesh, So., Md. 




63 


2755 




70 




21 




43.7 


Chns Hall, Jr FSU 




67 


2820 




61 




21 




42.1 


John Deranev, So,, NCS 




60 


2514 




62 




17 




41.9 


David Wooldndqe, So., UNC 




48 


2003 




60 




25 




41.7 


Brian Monroe, So., Miami 




64 


2635 




67 




20 




41.2 


Vinnie Bums. Sr, VT 




57 


2296 




60 




18 




40.3 


Cole Chason, So , Clem, 




66 


2656 




52 




18 




402 


Trey McDonald, Sr, Duke 




64 


2541 




66 




12 




39.7 


BenAnidLJr,6aT 


12 


71 


2755 




64 




19 




38.8 


SCORING 

Player, Year, Team 




G 


TO 


XPT 




FG 




Pts 


Pts/G 


Wall Lundy Jr, UVa 




12 


17 












102 


8.5 


Brandon Pace, So,, VT 




13 





43-44 




21-27 




106 


S2 


Connor Hughes, Jr, UVa 




12 





42-45 




17-24 




93 


7.8 


Jon Peattie, So,, Miami 




12 





4545 




15-24 




90 


7.5 


Reggie Mertiweather, So., Clem. 


10 


11 












66 


6.6 


Xavier Beitia. Sr, FSU 




12 





29-29 




16-25 




77 


6.4 


Connor Barth,Fr, UNC 




12 





35^7 




14-18 




77 


6.4 


Travis Bell, Fr, GaT 




12 





31-31 




15-17 




76 


6.3 


Nick Novak. Sr,Md. 




11 





21-21 




16-22 




69 


6.3 


John Deraney, So.. NCS 




11 





29-29 




13-22 




68 


62 


HELD GOALS 

Player, Year Team 


G 


FG 


FGA 




LG 




Pet 




PG 


Brandon Pace, So,. VT 


13 


21 


27 




46 




778 




1.62 


Nick Novak, Sr, Md. 


11 


16 


22 




47 




727 




1.45 


Connor Hughes, Jr, UVa 


12 


17 


24 




50 




708 
640 




1.42 


Xavier Beitja, Sr. FSU 


12 


16 


25 




52 




1.33 



■ B a: le s ' 



131 




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INTERCEPTIONS 



Player, Year, Team 


G 


Int 


Yds 


Long 


TD 


Avg 


Jimmy Williams, Jr., VT 


13 


5 


81 


34 


1 


0.38 


John Talley, So,, Duke 


11 




172 


65 


2 


0,36 


PalWatkins,Jr„FSU 


12 




63 


31 





0.33 


Antonio Cromartie, So,, FSU 


12 




40 


40 


1 


0.33 


Devin Hester, So , Miami 


12 




28 


28 





0.33 


Marcus Hamilton, So,, UVa 


12 




-2 








0.33 


Marcus McGruder, Sr„ WF 


11 




68 


25 


3 


0,27 


Jamaal Fudge, Jr, Clem. 


11 




55 


30 





0,27 


Dovonte Edwards, Sr,, NCS 


11 




46 


44 





0.27 


Justin Miller, Jr,, Clem, 


11 




14 


14 





0.27 



SACKS 

Player, Year, Team 



Total 



Darryl Blacksloc k, Jr„ UVa 12 
Ctiris Reis, Jr, GaT 



10,5 



12 



10,0 



11 



9,0 



Leroy Hill, Sr , Clem,_ 

Shawne Merrima n, Jr., Md. 11 8.5 

Darryl Tapp, Jr„ VT 13 8.5 



Manny Lawson, Jr., NCS 



11 



7.0 



Mario Williams, So,, NCS 11 



6.5 



Atimad Brooks, So,, UVa 12 



6.5 



Ctiauncey Davis, Sr„ FSU 11 



5.5 



Ctiarles Bennett, Jr., Clem, 11 



5,0 



TACKLES 

Player, Year, Team 


G Solo 


Assist 


Total 


PG 


D'Qwell Jackson, Jr., Md. 


1 63 


60 


123 


11.2 


Gerns Wilkinson, Jr., GaT 


2 53 


66 


119 


9,9 


Greq Threat, Jr., Miami 


2 57 


53 


110 


9,2 


Jonathan Abbate, Fr,, WF 


1 59 


41 


100 


9,1 


Leroy Hill, Sr , Clem, 


1 47 


51 


98 


8.9 


Roger Mcintosh, Jr., Miami 


37 


52 


89 


8,9 


Alex Green, Sr,, Duke 


1 53 


40 


93 


8,5 


Shawne Merrlman, Jr., Md. 


1 53 


32 


85 


7.7 


Chris Kelley, Sr., Md. 


1 45 


40 


85 


7.7 


James Butler, Sr., GaT 


2 56 


35 


91 


7,6 


Ahmad Brooks, So., UVa 


2 39 


51 


90 


7,5 


Giuseppe Aguanno.Sr,, Duke 


1 32 


50 


82 


7,5 


A,J, Nicholson, Jr„ FSU 


2 39 


49 


88 


7,3 


Ernie Sims, So,, FSU 


2 41 


45 


86 


7,2 


Brendan Dewan, Jr,, Duke 


1 30 


46 


76 


6,9 


Dawan Landry, Jr,, GaT 


2 45 


36 


81 


6,8 


William Kershaw, Jr., Md. 


1 38 


36 


74 


6.7 


Kai Parham, So,, UVa 


2 32 


48 


80 


6,7 


Tony Franklin, So., UVa 


2 51 


27 


78 


6,5 


Gerald Sensabaugh, Sr„ UNC 


2 59 


19 


78 


6,5 


Josh Gattis, So , WF 


1 50 


21 


71 


6,5 


Oliver Hoyte, Jr , NCS 


1 31 


39 


70 


6,4 


Anthony Waters, So, Clem, 


1 25 


44 


69 


6,3 



TACKLES FOR LOSS 

Player, Year, Tearn G Total 



Leroy Hill, Sr , Clerrv, 



11 



17.5 



Shawne Merrlman, J r., Md. 11 



17.0 



Travis Johnson, Sr,, FSU 12 



18,0 



Gerns Wilkinson, Jr„ GaT 12 
Darr yl Tapp, Jr , VT 



17,0 



13 



16,5 



Chris Reis, Jr, GaT 



12 



15.0 



Darryl Blackstock, Jr„ UVa 12 13,5 

Chris Kelley, Sr,, Md, 11 13.5 

Mano Williams, So,, NCS 11 13.5 

Pat Thomas, Sr„ NCS 11 13,5 




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FUMBLES FORCED 

Player, Year, Team G Total 



PG 



Shawne Merrlma n, Jr., Md. 11 3 0.27 

Eric King, Sr, WF 10 2 0.20 



11 



Charles Bennett, Jr, Cle m, 11 
Casey Camero, So , Duke 
Chris Kelley, Sr,, Md, 
Jonathan Abbate, Fr , WF__ 
Josh Wilson, So., Md. 



0.18 



0.18 



0.18 



0,18 



0.18 



Alex Green, Sr,, Duke 



0,18 



Josh Gattis, So,, WF 



0,18 



Claudius Osei, Sr,, FSU 



2 0,17 



PASSES DEFENDED 

Player, Year, Team G Total 


PG 


John Talley So,, Duke 


11 


18 


1,64 


Tye Hill, Jr , Clem, 


11 


18 


1,64 


Jimmy Williams, Jr., VT 


13 


19 


1,46 


EncKing, Sr,WF 


10 


12 


1,20 


Gerrick McPhearson, Jr., Md 


11 


11 


1.00 


Jamaal Fudge, Jr , Clem 


11 


11 


1,00 


Lamont Reid, Sr , NCS 


11 


11 


1,00 


Troy Graham, Sr., NCS 


11 


10 


0.91 


Marcus McGruder, Sr„ WF 


11 


10 


0.91 


Justin Miller, Jr,, Clem. 


11 


10 


0.91 



ACC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 



OFFENSIVE BACK 

87 Chris Barclay Wake F orest 




S13 


Cory Randolph 


Wake Forest 


S20 


Jacque Lewis 


Nolh Carolina 


827 


Marques Hagans 


Virginia 


04 


lA, McLendon 


NO State 


Oil 


Danan Durant 


North Carolina 


018 


Brock Beriin 


Miami 


025 


Brock Berlin 


Miami 


N1 


Chad Scott 


North Carolina 


N8 


Mike Imoh 


Virginia Tech 


N15 


Frank Gore 


Miami 


N22 


Brock Beriin 


Miami 


N29 


Bryan Randall 


Virginia Tech 


OFFENSIVE LINE 

87 Jason Brown North Carolina 


813 


Elton Brown 


Virginia 


820 


Heath Miller 


Virginia 


827 


Vernon Davis 


Duke 


04 


Alex Barron 


Florida State 


Oil 


D Ferguson 


Virginia 


018 


Ray Willis 


Florida State 


025 


Ellon Brown 


Virginia 


N1 


Jason Brown 


North Carolina 




Stephen Heyer 


Maryland 


N8 


Zac Yarbrough 


Virginia 


N15 


Jason Brown 


North Carolina 


N22 


Jimmy Martin 


Virginia Tech 


N29 


Kyle Schmitt 


Maryland 



DEFENSIVE LINE 

37 D'Qwell Jackson Maryland 


S13 


Leroy Hill 


Clemson 


320 
327 


Fred Sparkman 

Manny Lawson 


North Carolina 
NO State 


04 


Leon Williams 


Miami 


Oil 


Eric Henderson 


Georgia Tech 


018 


Mano Williams 


NO Slate 


025 


D'Qwell Jackson 
D'Qwell Jackson 


Maryland 


N1 


Maryland 


N8 


Enc Coleman 


Clemson 




Ahmad Brooks 


Virginia 


N15 


Mano Williams 


NO State 




Chauncey Davis 


Florida State 


N22 


Hilee Taylor 


North Carolina 


N29 


Shawne Merrimar 

PENSIVE Bt 

Justin Miller 


Maryland 


DE 

87 


ACK 

Clemson 


813 


Antrel Rolle 


Miami 


320 


Jacoby Watkins 


North Carolina 


327 


Leroy Smith 


NC State 


04 


Vincent Fuller 


Virginia Tech 


011 
018 


Larry Edwards 
Marcus Hudson 


North Carolina 
NC State 




Ernie Sims 


Flonda Slate 


025 


Ernie Sims 


Florida State 


N1 


Roland Minor 


Virginia Tech 


N8 


Reuben Houston 


Georgia Tech 


N15 


Brendan Dewan 


Duke 



N22 


Darryl Blackstock 


Virginia 


N29 


Chris Kelley 


Maryland 


SPECIALIST 

S7 Nick Novak 


Maryland 




Alvin Pearman 


Virginia 


SI 3 


Marquis Weeks 


Virginia 


320 


Devin Hester 


Miami 


327 


Justin Miller 


Clemson 


04 


Xavier Beitia 


Florida State 


011 


Adam Podlesh 


Maryland 


018 


Devin Hester 


Miami 


025 


Devin Hester 


Miami 


N1 


Connor Barth 


North Carolina 


N8 


Gary Cismesia 


Florida State 


N15 


Matt Brooks 


Duke 


N22 


Jad Dean 


Clemson 




Connor Hughes 


Virginia 


N29 


Vinnie Burns 


Virginia Tech 


ROOKIE 

37 Jonathan Abbate 


Wake Forest 


313 


Calvin Johnson 


Georgia Tech 


S20 


Micah Andrews 


Wake Forest 


S27 


Anthony Reddick 


Miami 


04 


Jae Thaxton 


Flonda State 


011 


Jonathan Abbate 


Wake Forest 


018 
025 


_Calvin Johnson 
Matt Robinson 


Georgia Tech 
Wake Forest 


N1 


Jonathan Abbate 


Wake Forest 



N8 


Rashaun Grant 


Georgia Tech 


N15 


Calvin Johnson 


Georgia Tech 


N22 


Calvin Johnson 


Georgia Tech 


N29 


Josh Hyman 


Virginia Tech 








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NAVY MIDSHIPMEN 

September 3, 2005 

M&T Bank Stadium • Baltimore, iVId. 



GENERAL 

INFORMATION 

Location: Annapolis, Md, 

Founded: October 10, 1845 



Enrollme_nt:j4,000 

Nickname: Mids, Midshipmen 
Col ors: Na vy Blue and Gold 



Stadium: Navy-Marine Corps 
Memo ria l (34,000) 



Surface: Field Turf 



Co nference : Ind ependent 



Superintendent: Vice Admiral 
Rodney Rempt, USN 



Athletic Director: Ctiet Gladchuk 



HISTORY 

First Year of Football: 1883_ 
Ail -Time R eco rd: 599-498-57 
All-Tlme Bowl Record: 5-5-1 



Years in Postse ason Play: 11 



Last Postseason Appearance: 

2004 Emerald Bowl 

Result: Defeated New Mexico, 34-19 



SPORTS INFORMATION 

Footb all SID: Scott Strasemeier 

Office: (410) 293-8775 

Home: (443) 336-9023 



^•Mail: sstrasem@usna,edu_ 



Football Assistant: Stacie Michaud_ 
Home : (4 1 )212-3761 



E-Mail: Mictiaud@usna.edu 



Fax:(410) 293-8954 



Press Box P hone:(410)293-1489 
SID Mailing Address: 566 Brownson 

Road Annapolis, MD 21402 



Web Site Address: www.navysports.com 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Paul Johnson 

[Western Carolinaj'^] 

Career Record: 82-27 (8) 

At School: 20-1713) 



Football Office Phone: (410) 293 -8761 
Best Time to Reach Coach:Conta ct SID 
Weekly Press Conference: None.. 
Coach Johnson is available Monday- 
Thursday from 2-3 p.m. Contact 
SID to set up a day and time. 



Assistant Coaches: Ken Niumatalolo, 
AHC/OL. Buddy Green. DC/S; Ivin 
Jasper, QB; Chns Cullon, FB: Jeff 
Monken, SB; Brian Bohannon, WR; Todd 
Spence, OT Dale Pehrson, DL; LI, Jason 
Snider USN, DL: Kevin Kelly, IL; Keith 
Jones, OL; Ens. Tony Granthan USN, 
PL; Ens. Danny O'Rourke USN, S 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2004 Record: 10-2 

2004 Co nfere nce Record: N/A 

2004 Final Rankings: 24th (AP); 

24 (ESPN/USA Tod ay) 

Basic Offense: Spread 

Basic Defense: Multiple 



Lettermen Returning/Lo st: 29/37 
Starters Returning/Lost: 7/19 



SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: 5-14 



Series at Maryland: 3-2 



Series a t Nav y: 0-9 



First Meeting: 1905, Navy 17-0 






Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1964 (27-22) 
Last Terrapin Win at Navy: Never 


Last Midshipmen Win at 
Maryland 1916(14-7) 


Last Midshipmen Win at Navy: 
Current Series Streak: Navy ha 


1965(19-7) 
won one 


Maryland's Largest Margin of 
Victory: 31 (38-7, 1952) 


Navy's Largest Margin of 
Victory: 76 (76-0, 1913) 


2005 SCHEDULE 

Sep. 3 vs. Maryland 


Sep. 10 Stanford 


Sep. 24 at Rice 


Oct. 1 at Duke 


Oct. 8 Air Force 


Oct. 15 Kent State 


Oct. 29 at Rutgers 


Nov. 5 Tulane 


Nov. 12 at Notre Dame 


Nov. 19 Temple 


Dec. 3 vs. Army 


2004 RESULTS 

Sep. 4 Duke 


W 


27-12 


Sep. 11 Northeastern 


W 


28-24 


Sep. 18 at Tulsa 


W 


29-0 


Sep. 25 Vanderbilt 


W 


29-26 


Sep. 30 at Air Force 


W 


24-21 


Oct. 16 Notre Dame 


L 


9-27 


Oct. 23 Rice 


W 


14-13 


Oct. 30 Delaware 


W 


34-20 


Nov. 6 at Tulane 


L 


1042 


Nov. 20 Rutgers 


W 


54-21 


Dec. 4 Army 


W 


42-13 


Emerald Bowl 

Dec. 30 New Mexico 


W 


34-19 






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CLEIVISON TIGERS 

September 1 0, 2005 

Byrd Stadium • College Park, Md. 



GENERAL 
INFORMATION 

Location: Clemson, S,C. 29634 
Founded: 1889 



Enrollment: 1 6,911 
Nickname: Tigers 



Color s: BurnlOrange, Northwest Purple 
Stadium : Clemson Me morial (81 ,473) 

Surface: Natural Grass 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 



Presiden t : James F . Barker 

Athletic Director: Dr. Terry Don Phillips 

HISTORY 

First Year of Football: 1896 



AN-Time Record: 600-4 13-5 
AlUTime Boy^lRecord: 14-13 
Years in Postseason Pl ay: 27 



Last Postseason Appearance: 

2004 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl 
Result: Defeated Tennessee, 27-14 



SPORTS INFORMATION 

Football SID: Tim Bourret 



_Office: (864) 656-2114 
_Home: (864) 888-3490_ 



E-Mail: blimoth(5)cle mson.edu 



Football Assistant: Bri an Hennessy 

_Office: (864) 656-1921 

_Home: (864) 654-8508 

E-Mail: bhennes(5j clem5on,edu 

Fax:(8 6 4)656-0299 



Press B ox Phone : (8 64) 654-3326 
SID Mailing Address: PO Box 

31, Clemson, SC 29633 



Overnight Address: Jervey Athletic Center 
_ 100 Perimeter Road, Clemson, SC 29633 
Web Site Address: www clemsontigers com 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Tommy Bowden 

(West Virginia 77) 



Career Record: 62-33i8J 

At School: 44-29 (6) 

Football Office Phone: (864) 656-2796_ 



Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 
Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday, 11:00 am 
Assistant Coaches: David Blackwell. LB/RC; 

Burton Burns, RB; Jack Hines, TE; Vic 

Koenning, DC/S; Rob Spence, QB/OC; 

Brad Scott, OUAHC, Manon Hobby, DE; 

Dabo Swinney, WR, R on West, DL. 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2004 Record: 6-5 



2004 Conference Record: 4-4 (6th) 

2004 Final Rankings: NR 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: Multiple 



Lettermen Returning/ Lost: 46/18 



Starters Returning/Lost: 13/9 



SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record; Clemson leads, 28-23-2 



Series at Maryland: Cle mson leads , 11-11-1 
Series at Clemson; Clemson l eads, 16-11-1 
First Meeting 1952, Maryland, 28:0 



Last Terrapin Win at Maryland; 2003 (21-7)_ 
Last Terrapin Win at Clemson; 2002i30-12)_ 
Last Ti ger Win at Maryland; 1999 (42-30) 
Last T^ ger Win at Clemson; 200 4 (10-7) 
Current Series Streak: Clem son has won one 
Maryland's Largest Margin of 

Victory: 41 (4 1- 0, 1974) 



Clemson's Largest Margin of 

Victory: 33 (40-7, 1991) 



2005 

Sep, 3 



SCHEDULE 

Texas A&M 



Sep. 10 at Maryland 



Sep. 17 



Miami 



Sep. 24 Boston College 



Oct. 1 



at Wake Forest 



Oct. 13 



at NC State 



Oct. 22 



Temple 



Oct. 29 at Georgia Tech 



Nov 5 



Duke 



Nov 12 



Florida State 



Nov. 19 



at South Carolina 



2004 

Sep 4 
SepJl_ 
Sej), 18 _ 

Sep. 25 

Oct. 7 



RESULTS 

Wake Forest 



37-30 



Ge orgia Tech 



24-28 



at Texas A&M 



6-27 



at Florida State 



22-41 



at Virginia 



10-30 



Oct. 16 



Utah State 



W 



35-6 



Oct. 23 Maryland 



W 



Oct. 30 NC State 



N ov 6 at Miami (FL) 



Nov 13 at Duke 



^0-7 
26-20 
24-17 
13-16 



Nov 20 



South Carolina W 



29-7 








WEST VIRGINIA 
MOUNTAINEERS 

September 1 7, 2005 

Byrd Stadium • College Park, Md. 



GENERAL 
INFORMATION 

Location: Morqan lown. W.Va. 26506 

Founded: 1867 

Enrollment: 25,255 



Nickname: Mountaineers 



Colors: Old Gold, Blue 

Stadium: Mountaineer Field at Milan 
Puskar Stadium (60 ,000) 

Surface: Astrolurf 

Conference: Big East 

President: David C Hardesty Jr 

Athletic Director: Ed Pastilong 



HISTORY 

First Year of Football: 1891 

All-Time Record: 631-43 7-45 

All-Timc Bowl Record: 9-15 

Years in Postseason Play : 24 
Last Postseason Appearance: 
2005 Toyota_Gator Bowl 



Result: Lost to Florida State, 18-30 

SPORTS INFORMATION 

Football SID Sheiiy Poe 

Office: . 3,:!-: ■ 293-282J 

Home: 1 304 1 599-7259 



_ E-Mail: sheiiv poe@m ail.wvu.edu 



Football Assistant: Micha el Fragale 
Home: i304i 296-2029 



_ E-Mail: michael,fra gale(gmail.wvu.edu 

Fax:(304)2934105 

Press Box Phone: i304) 293-3799 

SID Mailing Address: PO Box 0877, 
Morganlown, WV26507 



Overnight Address: 107 Coliseum, West 

Virginia University, Morgantown, WV 265 05 
Web Site Addre ss: www,MS N sporlsNET.com 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Rich Rodnguez 
(We st Virginia 86) 



Career R ecord: 73-57-2 (12) 



At School: 2J:21:0J4]_ 



Football Office Phone: (3 04)2934194 
Best Time to Reach Coach: Th rough SID 



Weekly Press Conference : Tuesday, 1:00 p.m. 
Assistant Coaches: Butch Jones, WR: Jeff 

:.i5'-== ::.: :.B Tony Gibson, DB: Herb 
-r: ':=: Bill Kjrelawich, DL: Calvin 
:.':6iii ZZ RB, Bill Stewart. QB/ST; 
Bruce Tall, S:RkJiTrickett, OL/AHC. 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2004 Record: 8-4 



2004 Conference Rec ord: 4-2 (T-1st) 

2004 Final Rankings: NR 

Basic Offense: Spread 

Basic Defense: 3-3 Stack 



Lettermen Returning/L ost: 41/26 



Starters Returning/Lost: 12yi2_ 



SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record Maryland leads, 21-20:2^ 



Series at Maryland: Ma ryland leads, 10-9-1 
Series at West Virginia: West 



First Meeting 1919, West Virginia, 27-0 


Last Terrap 

Last Terrap 

Virginia 


in Win at Maryland: 
in Win at West 

2002(48-17) 


2003 


(34-7) 


Last Mountaineer Win at 
Maryland 1997(31-14) 






Last Mountaineer Win at West 

Virginia 2004 (19-16/OT) 


Current Series Streak: West 

Virginia has won one 


Maryland's 
Victory 


Largest Margin of 

47(54-7,1951) 






West Virginia's Largest Margin 
Victory: 31 (55-24, 1988) 


of 




2005 SCHEDULE 

Sep, 4 at Syracuse 


Sep, 10 


Wofford 






Sep. 17 


at Maryland 






Sep, 24 


East Carolina 






Oct.1 


Virginia Tech 






Oct. 8 


at Rutgers 






Oct, 15 


Louisville 






Oct, 22 


at South Florida 






Nov 2 


Connecticut 






Nov 9 


at Cincinnati 






Nov 24 


Pitt 






2004 RESULTS 

Sep. 4 East Carolina 


W 


56-23 


Sep. 11 


at Central Florida 


W 


45-20 


Sep. 18 


Maryland 


w 


19-16 


Sep. 25 


James Madison 


w 


45-10 


Oct. 2 


at Virginia Tech 


L 


13-19 


Oct. 13 


at Connecticut 


W 


31-19 


Oct. 21 


Syracuse 


W 


36-19 


Oct. 30 


at Rutgers 


W 


35-30 


Nov 6 


Temple 


w 


42-21 


Nov 13 


Boston College 


L 


17-36 


Nov 25 


at Pitt 


L 


13-16 


Toyota Gator Bowl 

Jan. 1 Florida State 


L 


18-30 



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WAKE FOREST 
DEMON DEACONS 

September 24, 2005 

Groves Stadium • Winston-Salem, N.C. 



GENERAL 
INFORMATION 

Location: VV mslon-Salem, N.C. 27109 

Founded: 1834 

Enrollment: 4,037 



Nickname: Demon Deacons 
Colors: Old Gold, Black 



Stadium: Groves Stadi um (31,500) 

Surface: Natural Grass 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 



President: Dr Nathan Hatc h (as of 7/1/05) 
Athletic Director: Ron Wellman 



HISTORY 

First Year of Football: 1888 
All-Time Record: 374- 567-33 
All-Time Bowl Record: 4-2 



Years in Postseason Play: 6 _ 
Last Postseason Appearance: 

2002 Seattle Bowl 



Result: Defeated Oregon, 38-17 

SPORTS INFORMATION 

Fo otball SID: Mike Vest 

Office: (336) 758-5640 

Hom e: (336) 575-7161 



E-Mail: vestma@w fu,edu 



Football Assistant: Dean Buchan 



Home: (336) 287-8954_ 



E-Mail: buchandw (Swfu,edu 
Fax: (336) 758-5140 



Press Bo x Phone: (336) 896-9158 

SID Mailing Address: PO Box 7426 Reynolda 
Station, Winston-Salem, NC 27109 



Overnight Address: 203 Athletic Center, 
Wingate Road, Wake Forest University, 
Winslon-S alem,NC 27109 

Web Site Address: www. 

WakeForestSports.rom 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Ji m Grobe (Virginia 75) 

Career Record: 55-58-1 (10) 

At School: 22-25J4) 



Football Office Phone: (336) 758-5633 
B est Time to R e ach Coach: Through SID 
Weekly Press Conference: 

Tuesday 11:00 a.m. 

Assistant Coaches: Tom EIrod, 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, QB; Kevin Shemian, WR. 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2004 Record: 4-7 



2004 Conference Record: 1-7 
2004 Final Rankings: NR 

Basic Offense: I^Pro 

Basic Defense;^W 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 43 18 
Starters Returning/Lost: 16 6 

SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record Maryland lea ds. 39-13-1 
Series at Maryland Maryland leads . 19-7-0 
Series at Wake Forest Mar/land l eads, 20-6-1 

First Meeting 1917 Maryland, 29-13 

Last Terrapin Win at Maryla nd: 2004 (13-7) 
Last Terrapin Win at Wake 

Forest 2003i41-MJ 

Last Demon Deacon Win at 

Maryland 1998(20-10) 



Last Demon Deacon Win at Wake 
Forest 1997(35-17) 



Current Series Streak: Maryl and has won six 
Maryland's Largest Margin of 

Victory 52(52-0,1996) 



Wake Forest's Largest Margin of 
Victory: 39 (39-0. 1944) 




2005 SCHEDULE 

Sep, 1 Vanderbill 


Sep. 10 


at Nebraska 




Sep. 17 


East Carolina 




Sep. 24 


Maryland 




Oct,1 


Ciemson 




Oct. 8 


at Florida State 




Oct. 15 


at Boston Colleqe 




Oct. 22 


NC State 




Ocl29 


at Duke 




Nov 5 


at Georgia Tech 




Nov 17 


Miami 




2004 RESULTS 

Sep. 4 a; Ciemson L 


30-37 


Sep. 11 


at East Carolina W 


31-17 


Sep. 18 


North Carolina AST W 


42-3 


Sep. 25 


Boston Colleqe W 


17-14 


Oct. 2 


at NC State L 


21-27 


Oct 9 


Virginia Tech L 


10-17 


Oct 23 


Florida State L 


17-20 


Oct 30 


Duke W 


24-22 


Nov 13 


North Carolina L 


24-31 


Nov 20 


at Miami L 


7-52 


Nov. 27 


at Maryland L 


7-13 



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VIRGINIA CAVALIERS 

October 1,2005 

Byrd Stadium • College Park, Md. 



GENERAL 
INFORMATION 

LocatLon: Ctiarlotte svilie. Va. 22904 

Founded: 1819 

Enrollment: 20,018 



Nickname: Cavalier s, Watioos, 'Hops 
Colors: Orange, Blue 



Sta dium: S cott Sta dium (61,500) 



Surface: P rescription Attile tic Turf 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 



President: Jotin T Casteen I 



Athletic Director: Craig Littlepage 



HISTORY 

First Year of Football: 18 



All-Tim^ Record: 587- 509-48 

All-Time Bowl Record: 6-9 

Years in Postseason Play : 15 
Last Postseason Appearance: 

2004 MPC Computers Bowl 



Result: Lost to Fresno State, 34-37 (OT) 

SPORTS INFORMATION 

Football SID: Mictiael Colley 

Office: (434)982-5500 

_ Home: (434) 975-5477 

E-Mail: mcc7k@virginia.edu 

Football Assist ant: Cajliy Stewart 

Home: (434)'589-3863 

E-Mail: cab5er@ virginia.edu 

Fax: (434) 982-5525 



Press Box Phone: (434i296-5910_ 
SID Mailing Address: PO Box 400853, 

Charlottesville. VA 229044853 



Overnight Address: Onesty Hall, Massie & 

Alderman Roads^Charlottesyil[e,^/A22903_ 
Web Site Address: www.virginiasports.com 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Al Gro h (Virginia '6 7) 

Career Record: 56- 61 (10) 

At School: 30-21 (4) 



Football Office Phone: (434) 982-5900 _ 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: Monday 2:0 pm 

Assistant Coaches: Danny Rocco, AHC/LB; 

Al Golden, DC/LB: Ron Pnnce. OC/OL: 

Levem Belin, DL; Mark D'Onofno, ILB/ST 

John Garrett, WR: Mike Groh, QB/RC; 

__ An thony Poinde xter , RB; Bob Price, TE. 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2004 Record: 8-4 



2004 Conference Record: 5-3 (3rd) 
2004 Final Rankings: 23 (AP): 

23 (ESPN/USA Today) 

Basic Offense: Multjple Pro Style 



Ba^ic Defense: Multiple Seven- Man Front 

Lettermen Returning/Los t: 34/24 

Starters Returning/Lost: 14/10 



SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: Maryland leads, 39-28-2 
Series at Ma ryl and: M a ryland leads, 19-11-2 
Series at Virg inia: Maryl and leads, 20-16-0 

Neutral: Senes tied. 1-1-0 

First Meeting: 1919, Maryland, 13-0 

Last Terrapin W in at Maryland : 2003 (27-17) 
Last T errapin Win at Virginia: 1990 ( 35-30) 
Last Cavalier Win at Maryland 2004 [1 W))_ 

Last Cavalier Win at Virginia 2002(48-13) 

Cjirrent Series Stj^ak: V irginia has won one 
Maryland's Largest Margin of 

Victory: 43 (55-12 , 1 959) 



Virginia's Largest Margin of 
Victory: 45 (45-0, 1997) 



2005 

Sep. 3 



SCHEDULE 

Western Michigan 



Sep. 17 at Syracuse 



Sep. 24 



Duke 



Oct. 1 at Maryland 



Oct 8 at Boston College 



Oct. 15 



Florida State 



Oct. 22 



at North Carolina 



Nov. 5 



Temple 



Nov 12 Georgia Tech 



Nov. 19 Virginia Tech 



Nov. 26 at Miami 



2004 RESULTS 

Sep. 4 al Temple 



44-14 



Sep. 11 



North Carolina 



56-24 



Sep. 18 



Akron 



51-0 



Sep. 2 5 Syracuse 



31-10 



Oct. 7 Clemson 


W 


30-10 


Oct. 16 at Florida State 


L 


3-36 


Oct. 23 at Duke 


W 


37-16 


Nov, 6 Maryland 


w 


16-0 


Nov 13 Miami 


L 


21-31 


Nov, 20 at Georgia Tech 


W 


30-10 


Nov. 27 at Virginia Tech 


L 


10-24 


MPC Computers Bowl 
Dec. 27 Boise State 


L 34-37 (ot) 



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TEMPLE OWLS 

October 8, 2005 

Lincoln Financial Field • Philadelphia, Pa. 


GENERAL 
INFORMATION 


TEAM INFORMATION 

2004 Record: 2-9 



Location : Ph ilade l phia, Pa. 19122 
Founded: 1884 



Enrollment: 34,C 



Nickname: Owls 

Colors: Cher ry, White 



Sta dium : Lincoln Financi al Field (68,532) 

Surface: Natural Grass 

Conference: Mid-Amencan 



President: Dr David Adamany 



Athletic Director: Bill Bradshaw 



HISTORY 

First Year of Football: 



1894 



Ail-Time Record: 388493-52 



All-Time Bowl Record: 1-1 



Ye ars in Postse as on Play: 2 



Last Postseason Appearance: 

1979 Garden State Bowl 



Result: Defeated California, 28-17 

SPORTS INFORMATION 

Football SID: Kevin Lorincz 

1 Office: (215) 204-1608 

Home: (856) 854-02_92 



_E-Mail: lorinczki3tem ple.edu 



Football Assistant: Larry Dougherty 

_Office: (215) 204-2588^ 

Hom e: (610) 449:7376 



E-Mail: lan-y.doughert y@temple.edu 

Fax:(215)2 04-7499 

Press Box Phone: 267-5704452 



SID Mailing Address: 1700 N Broad 
Street, Vivacqua Hall4th Floor, 

_ Philadelphia. PA 19122 

Overnight Address: Sanie 



Web Site Address: www. owlsports.com 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Bobby Wallace 

(Mississippi State_76) 



Career Record: 1 01-96-1 (17) 
At School: 19-60 (7) 



Football Office Phone: (215)204 -0858 
Best Time to Reach Coach: Monday 

11:00am MAC teleconference 

Weekly Press Conference: Tuesday 11:30 am 
Assistant Coaches: Raymond Monica, AHC/ 
DC, Toby Neinas, LB: Spencer Prescott, 
SAF: Nick Rapone. DB: Blair Thomas, RB: 
Willie Slater. WR; Rubin Carter, DL; Dennis 
Goldman, WR; Paul Lounsberr y, OL. 



2004 Conference Record: 1-5 ( 



2004 Final Rankings: NR 



Basic Offense: Multiple 



Basic Defense: 4-2-5 



Lette r men Returning/Lost: 46/21 

Starters Returning/Lost: 11/11 

SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record Marylandjeads. 5:0-0 

Series at Maryland: Maryland leads, 5 -0-0 



Series at 


Temple Maryland leads, 4-0-0 


First Meeting: 1997, Maryland, 24-21 


Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 2004 (45-22) 
Last Terrapin Win at Temple: 1999 (6-0) 


Last Owl Win at Maryland; N/A 


Last Owl Win at Temple: N/A 


Current Series Streak: Maryland has 
Maryland's Largest Margin of 
Victory 23 (45-22, 2004) 


won five 


Temple's 


Largest Margin of Victory: 


N/A 


2005 SCHEDULE 

Sep. 1 at Arizona State 


Sep. 10 


at Wisconsin 




Sep. 17 


Toledo 




Sep. 24 


Western Michigan 




Oct.1 


at Bowling Green State 




Oct. 8 


Maryland 




Oct. 15 


Miami (Fla.) 




Oct. 22 


at Clemson 




Oct. 29t 


Miami (Ohio) 




Nov. 5 


at Virginia 




Nov. 19 


at Navy 




2004 RESULTS 

Sep. 4 Virginia L 


1444 


Sep. 11 


at Maryland L 


22-45 


Sep. 18 


Florida A&M W 


38-7 


Sep. 25 


at Toledo L 


1745 


Oct 2 


Bowling Green L 


16-70 


Oct 9 


Pittsburgh L 


22-27 


Oct 16 


at Rutgers L 


6-16 


Oct 23 


at Connecticut L 


3145 


Nov. 6 


at West Virginia L 


2142 


Nov. 13 


Syracuse W 


34-24 


Nov. 20 


Boston College L 


17-34 



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VIRGINIA TECH 
HOKIES 

October 20, 2005 

Byrd Stadium • College Park, Md. 



GENERAL 
INFORMATION 

Location: BlacKsburg, Va. 24061 
Founded: 1872 '" 

Enrollment: 28,000 

Nickname: Hokies 



Colors: Chicago Maroon. BumI Orange 
Stadium: Lane StadiumAiVorsham 

Field (66,223) 

Surface: GreenTech I TM natural grass 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

President: Dr Charles Steger 

Athletic Director: Jim Weaver 



HISTORY 

First Year of Football: 1892 
Ali-Time Record: 616-413-46 



Ail-Time Bowl Record: 6-j2 

Years in Postseason Pla y: 16 
Last Postseason Appearance: 

2004 Sugar Bow! 

Result: Lost to Auburn, 13-16 



SPORTS INFORMATION 

Football SID^Dave Snith 

Offic e: (54 0) 231 -6726 



Home : (540) 951 -8024 
E-Mail: vtsid@vt.edu 



Football Assistant: Br yan Johnston 

Office: i540:i 231-3387 



E-M ail: fali@vt.edu 



Fax:(540)231-6 984 



Press Box Phone: (540)231-4905 
SID Mailing Address: 460 Jametson 

_ Athletic Center Blaclt sburg.VA 24061 
Overnight Address: Same 



Web Site Addres s: www.hokiesports.com 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: F^an^ Bea mer (Virginia Tech '69) 

Career Rec ord: 1 7 7-1004(24) 

At School:! 35-77^2 (18L 



Football Office Phone:( 540)231-6368 
Best Time to Reach Coach: Through SID 
Weekly Press Conference: ".esda^ 1 :00 pm 



Assistant Coaches: Billy Hite. AHC/RB: Bud 
Foster DC LB, Bryan Stinespnng, OC/OL; 
Jim Cavanaugh, LB/SS/RC; Tony Ball. WR; 
Danny Peamian. TE/OT Kevin Rogers. 
QB: Lorenzo Ward. DB: Charley Wiles, DL 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2004 Record: 10-3 



2004 Conference Recor d: 7-1 (1st) 
2004 Final Rankings: 10 (AP); 

10 (ESPN/USA Today) 
Basic Offense: M ultiple 



Basic Defense: 4-3 

Lettermen Returning/L ost: 42/21 



Starters Returning/Lo st: 14/8 



SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record Maryland leads. 15-12 -0 
Series at Maryland Maryland leads. 4-2^0 
Series at Virginia Tech Series tied^Jj^^O^ 



Last Terrapin Win at Maryjan^ 
Last Terrapin Win at Virginia 
Tech 1949(34-7) 


1990 


(20-13) 


Last Hokie Win at Maryland 1932(23-0) 
Last Hokie Win at Virginia Tech: 2004 (55-6) 
Current Series Streak: Virginia 

Tech has won two 


Maryland's Largest Margin of 

Victory: 56 (63-7. 1950) 


Virginia Tech's Largest Margin 
Victory: 49 (55-6. 2004) 


of 




2005 SCHEDULE 

Sep. 4 at NC State 


Sep. 10 


at Duke 






Sep. 17 


Ohio 






Sep. 24 


Georgia Tech 






Oct.1 


at West Virginia 






Oct. 8 


Marshall 






Oct 20 


at Maryland 






Oct. 27 


Boston College 






Nov. 5 


Miami 






Nov 19 


at Virginia 






Nov. 26 


North Carolina 






2004 RESULTS 

Aug. 28 Southern California 


L 


13-24 


Sep. 11 


Western Michigan 


W 


63-0 


Sep. 18 


Duke 


W 


41-17 


Sep. 25 


N.C. State 


L 


16-17 


Oct. 2 


West Virginia 


W 


19-13 


Oct 9 


at Wake Forest 


W 


17-10 


Oct. 16 


Florida ASM 


w 


62-0 


Oct. 28 


at Georgia Tech 


w 


34-20 


Nov. 6 


at North Carolina 


w 


27-24 


Nov. 18 


Maryland 


w 


55-6 


Nov. 27 


Virginia 


w 


24-10 


Dec. 4 


at Miami 


w 


16-10 


Nokia Sugar Bowl 
Jan. 3 Auburn 


L 


13-16 



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FLORIDA STATE 
SEMINOLES 

October 29, 2005 

Doak S. Campbell Stadium * Tallahassee, Fla. 



GENERAL 

INFORMATION 

Location: Tallahassee, Fla, 3 2316 

Founded: 1851 

Enrollment: 38,886 

Symbol: Seminoles 



Colors: Garnet, Gold 

Stadium: Bobby Bowden Field at Doak 
S Campbell Stadiu m (82,000) 

Surface: Natural Grass 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

President: Or TK. Wetherell 

Athletic Director: Dave Hart Jr 



HISTORY 

First Year of Football: '947 _ 
AH-Time Record: -'a^CO '7 _ 
All-fime Bowl Record: 19-12-2 

Years in Postseason Play: 33 

Last Postseason Appearance: 
2005 Gator Bowl 



Result: Defeated West Virginia, 30-18 

SPORTS INFORMATION 

Football SID: Rob_WilsOT 

Office: (85 0) 644-1403 

Home: (8 50) 894-5801 

E-Mail : rlwilson@mailerfsu.edu 

Footbal£Assjstant: J eff Putinton 

"office 1850J 644-06J5 

Home : (850') 298-4ri7 



^E-Mail: ipunnto(S mailerfsu.edu 

Faxri850i 644-3820 ^ 



Press Box Phone:( 850)644-4057 
SID Mailing Address: PO Drawer 

2195, Tallahassee, FLJ2316 

Overnight Address: UCC 5406 Athletic 

Mailroom, Tallahassee, FL 32306 
Web Site Address: www.seminoles.com 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Bo bby Bowden (Samtord '53) 
Career Record: 351 -102-4(39) 



At School: 2?8-70-J|29L 



Football Office Phone: (850)644-1465 
Best Time to Reach Coach: 

Contact SID Office 



Weekly Press Conference: Thr ough SID 
Assistant Coaches: Mickey Andrews. AUG/ 
DC/S: Jeff Bowden. WR/OC: Jody Allen. DE; 
Daryl Dickey QB: Odell Haggins. DT: Mark 
McHale. OL: John Lilly TE/RC: Billy Sexton, 
AHC/RB: Kevin Steele, Exec. HC/LB. 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2004 Record: 9-3 

2004 Conference Record; 6-2 (2nd) 

2004 Final Rankings: AP 115], 

ESPN/USA Today [14] 
Basic Offense: Pro Set 
Basic Defense: 4-3 Multiple 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 44 '6 
Starters Returnina/Lost 1 in3 



SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record Florida State leads. 14-1-0 



Series at Maryland Flonda State lead s, 6-1-0 
Series at Florida State: Flonda 

Stale lead s, 7-0-0 

Neutral: Flonda State leads, 1-0-0 

First Meeting 1966 Flonda Slate, 4 5-24 



Last Terrapin Win at Maryland 200 4(20-17) 
Last Terrapin Win at Florida State: N/A 



Last Seminole Win at Maryla nd. 2002 (37-10) 
Last Seminole Win at Florida 



Current Se 
Maryland's 


ties Streak: Maryland has » 
Largest Margin of Victory 
te s Largest Margin of 
52(59-7,2000) 


on one 

N/A 


Florida Sta 
Victory 




2005 SCHEDULE 

Sep, 5 Miarrj 


Sep. 10 


The Citadel 






Sep. 17 


at Boston Colleqe 






Ocl1 


Syracuse 






OcLS 


Wake Forest 






Oct 15 


at Virginia 






Oct 22 


at Duke 






Oct 29 


Maryland 






Nov. 5 


NC Slate 






Nov. 12 


at Clemson 






Nov. 26 


at Florida 






2004 RESULTS 

Sep. 10 ai MioiTii 


L 


10-16 


Sep. 18 


UAB 


W 


34-7 


Sep. 25 


Clemson 


W 


41-22 


Ocl2 


North Carolina 


W 


38-16 


OcL9 


at Syracuse 


w 


17-13 


Oct 16 


Virginia 


w 


36-3 


Oct 23 


at Wake Forest 


w 


20-17 


Oct 30 


at Maryland 


L 


17-20 


Nov. 6 


Duke 


w 


29-7 


Nov. 11 


at NC State 


w 


17-10 


Nov. 20 


Rorida 


L 


13-20 


Toyota Galor Bowl 
Jan.1 WestVirqinia 


w 


30-18 



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NORTH CAROLINA 
TAR HEELS 

November 1 2, 2005 

Kenan Stadium • Chapel Hill, N.C. 



GENERAL 

INFORMATION 

Locati on: Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514 



Founded: 1789 

Enrollment: 26,878 

Nickname: Tar Heels 

Colors: Caro lina Blue, White_ 
Stadium: Kenan Memonal (60,C 



Surface: Natural Grass 



Conference: Atlantic Coast 



President: Dr. James Moeser 



Attiletic Director: Dick Baddour 



HISTORY 

First Year of Football: 18 



Ail-Time Bowl Record: 12-13 



Years in Postseason Play: 25 



Last Postseason Appearance: 

2004 Continental Tire Bowl 



Result^Defeatedby Bost on College. 24-37 
All-Time Record: 617445-54 

SPORTS INFORMATION 

Football SID: Kevin Best 

Office: (9 19) 962-8916 

Home: (919) 484-1424 



E-Mail: kbesl(Suncaa. unc.edu 
Football Assistant: John Martin 



Home: (919) 967-6896 



E-iyiail: imartin @uncaa.unc.edu 
Fax:"(919) 843-2309 



Press Box Phone:(91 9)962-2123 
SID Mailing Address: PO Box 2126, 
Chaj)el Hi ll, NC 27515 



Overnight Address: Smith Center, Bowles 
Dnve, Chapel Hill , NC 27514 



Web Site Address: www.TarHeelBlue.com 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: John Bunting (No rth Carolina 72) 

Career Record: 5744-2 i?) 

At School : 1 9-30(4j 

Football Office Phone: (9 19)966-2575 

Best Time to Reach Coach: T hrough S I D 
Weekly Press Conference: 

Tuesday, 1 1 :00 a.m. 



Assistant Coaches: Dave Brock, WR; Ken 
Browning, DT John Gutekunst, TE; Hal 
Hunter, 01; Brad Lawing, DE; Andre' 
Powell, RB; Marvin Sanders, DB, Tommy 
_ TJiigpen, LB; GarYTranqu ill, QB. 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2004 Record: 6-6 



2004 Conference Reco rd: 5-3 (T-3rd) 

2004 Final Rankings; NR 

Basic Offense: Pro Set 



Basic Defense: 4-3 



Letterm en Ret urning/Lo st: 46/22 

Starters Returning/Lost: 14/8 

SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record; North Carolina leads, 35-29-1 



Series at Maryla nd ; Mary lan d leads, 16-11-0 
Series at North Carolina; North 
Carolina leads. 19-12-1 



Neutral; North Carolina l eads, 5-1-0 
First Meeting^ 1920, Maryland, 13-0 



Last Terrapin Win at Marylan d; 2001 (23-7) 
Last Terrapin Win at North 
_Carolina_2002 (59-7) 



Last Tar Heel Win at Ma ryland: 1997(40-14) 
Last Tar Heel Win at North 

Caro li na; 2000 (13-10) 

Current S eries Str eak: Maryland has won two 
Maryland's Largest Margin of 

Vict ory; 52 (59-7, 2002) 



North Carolina's Largest Marg 

ofVictory; 43 (43-0, 1929) 


n 




2005 SCHEDULE 

Sep. 10 at Georgia Tech 


Sep. 17 


Wisconsin 






Sep, 24 


at NC State 






Oct.1 


Utah 






Oct. 8 


at Louisville 






Oct, 22 


Virginia 






Oct, 29 


at Miami 






Nov. 5 


Boston Colleqe 






Nov. 12 


Maryland 






Nov. 19 


Duke 






Nov 26 


at Virginia Tech 






2004 RESULTS 

Sep. 4 William & Mary 


W 


49-38 


Sep. 11 


at Virginia 


L 


24-56 


Sep. 18 


Georgia Tech 


W 


34-13 


Sep 25 


Louisville 


L 


0-34 


Oct. 2 


Flonda State 


L 


16-38 


Oct. 9 


NC State 


W 


30-24 


Oct. 16 


Utah 


L 


1646 


Oct. 30 


Miami 


W 


31-28 


Nov, 6 


Virginia Tech 


L 


24-27 


Nov. 13 


Wake Forest 


W 


31-24 


Nov 20 


Duke 


W 


40-17 


Continental Tire 3owt 
Dec. 30 Boston Colleqe 


L 


24-37 








BOSTON COLLEGE 
EAGLES - 



November 1 9, 2005 

Byrd Stadium • College Park, Md. 




GENERAL 
INFORMATION 

Location: Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 



Founded: 1863 



Enrollment: 14,500 



Nickname: Eagles 



Colors: Maroon, Gold 



Stadium: Alumni Stadium (44,500) 



Surface: Field Turf 



Conference: Atlantic Coast 



President: Rev. William P Leahy, SJ 
Athletic Director: Gene DeFilippo 

HISTORY 

First Year of Football: 1893 



All-Time Record: 567421-36 



All-Time Bowl Record: 10-6 



Last Postseason Appearance: 

2004 Continental Tire Bowl 

Result: Defeated North Carolina, 37-24 



SPORTS INFORMATION 

Football SID: Chris Cameron 



_ Office: (617) 552-3004_ 
Home: (617) 244-7087 



E-Mail: cameroch@ bc.edu 



Football Assistant: Lis a Cascio 

_ Home; (617) 964-19^9 

_ E-Mail: cascioli@b c.edu 
Fax: (617)55 24903 



Press Box Phone: 617-5524747 



SID Mailing Address: 321 Conte 
Fomm Chestnut Hill, MA 2467 
Overnight Address: 



Web Site Address: www.bceag les.com 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Tom O'Bri en (Navy 71) 

Career Record: 57-39 (8) 

At School; 57-3918)^ 



Football Office Phone: ( 815)753-1825 

Best Time to Reach Coach; 

Weekly Press Conference;_ 

Assistant Coaches: Jeny Petercuskie, 
AHC/RC/ST Dana Bible, OC/QB/WR; 
Frank Spaziani, DC; Don Horton, 
OL; Bill McGovem, LB; Jim Bridge, 
TE; Kevin Lempa, DB, Jason 
Swepson, RB; Keith Willis, DL 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2004 Record: 9-3 



2004 C onference Re cord: 4-2 (Big East: T-lst) 

2004 Final Rankings: 21 (AP); 

_ 21 (ESPN/USA Today) 



Basic Offense: Multiple 
Basic Defense: 4-3 



Lettermen Returning/Lost: 39/15 
Starters Returning/Lost: 15/7 

SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record 1-1 



Series at Maryland B C leads 1-0 



Series at Boston College; Ma ryland leads 1-0 
First Meeting; 1985, Maryland 

31-1 3 (Foxboro, M ass.) 



Last Te rrapin Win at Maryla nd; N/A 



Last Terrapin Win at Boston College; 

_ 1985, (31-13. Foxboro. Mass.) 

Last Eagle Win at Maryland 1986(30-25) 
Last^Eagle Win at Bo ston College; N/A 
Current Series Streak: Boston 

Coll eg e has w on 1 

Maryland's Largest Margin of 
_VictoryM8i1985^3VI3) 



Boston College's Largest Margin 
OfVictory; 5(30-25, 1986) 



2005 

Sep 3 



SCHEDULE 

alBYU 



.10 



Amiy 



Sep. 17 



Florida State 



Sep. 24 at Clemson 



OcLI 



Ball State 



Oct. 8 



Virginia 



Oct. 15 



Wake Forest 



Oct, 27 at Virginia Tech 



Nov 5 



at North Carolina 



Nov 12 N.C. State 



Nov. 19 at Maryland 



2004 

Sep 2 
Sep. 11 



RESULTS 

_ai Ball SJite W_ 

Penn State W 



Sep. 17 



Connecticut 



W 



19-11 
21-7 
27-7 



Sep. 2 5 
Oct. 2 



at Wake Forest 



14-17 



UMass 



W 



29-7 



OcL 16 at Pittsburgh 



17-20 



Oct. 23 at Notre Dame W 24-23 



Nov 6 



Rutgers 



W 



21-10 



Nov 1 3 at West Vi rginia W 

Nov 20 at Temple W_ 

Nov 27 Syracuse L 

Continental Tire Bowl 

Dec 30 North Carolina W 37-24 



J6-17 

J4-17 

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NC STATE 
WOLFPACK 

November 26, 2005 

Carter-Finley Stadium • Raleigh, N.C. 



GENERAL 
INFORMATION 

Location: Raleig h. N.C. 27635 

Founded: 1887 

Enrollment: 29,637 

Nickname: Wolfpad( 



Colors: Red. White 

Stadium: Carter-Finley S tadium (56.800) 

Surface: Natural Grass 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

President: Dr James L Oblinger 

Athletic Director: Lee Fowler 



HISTORY 

First Year of Football: 1892 
Ail-Time Record: 508492-55 



Ail-Time Bowl Record: 11-10-1 

Years in Postseason Play: 23 

Last Postseason Appearance: 

2003 Mazda Tanqen ne Bowl 



Result: Defeated Kansas, 56-26 

SPORTS INFORMATION 

Football SID: Annabelle Vaughan 

Office : (919) 51 5-2101 

Home: (919) 858-9763 



E-Mail: annabelle_vaughan^ ncsu.edu 
Football Assistant Bnan Reinh ardt 
Home: (919) 819-8317 



E-Mail: bnan_reinha rdt@ncsu.edu 

Fax:,9'9'5'5-2898^" 



Press Box Phone; (91 9)515-3393 



SID Mailing Address: PO Box 8501, 
Raleigh NC 27695-8501 



Overnight Address: Weisiger-Brown 

Buildin g. Room 2133 Raleigh. NC 27695 
Web Site Address: wwwGoPack. com 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Chuck Amato (NC State 69) 

Career Record: 39-23 (5) 

At School: 39-23 5 



Football Office Phone: (919)515-2114 
Best Time to Reach C oach: Through SID 

Weekly Press Conference: 

Assistant Coaches 3 . - 3 retti. QB/RC; 

Steve Dunlap ,.5 ZZ l/a.-ny Diaz. S: 

Dwayne Dixon WR: Marc Trestman. 

OOQB: Dick Portee. RB; Greg Williams. 

CB: Todd Stroud. AHC/Dl: Mike Barry. OL 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2004 Record: 5-6 



2004 Conference Reco rd; 3-5 (t-81h) 

2004 Final Rankings: NR 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: 4-3 



Lettermen Returninglost: 3 7/17 
Starters Returning/Lost: 15/9 



SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record; NC State leads, 29-28-4 
Series at Maryland Maryland leads. 14-12-2 
Series at NC State; NC State leads. 16-13-1 
First Meeting 1909, NC Stale, 33-0 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland 2000 (35-28) 
Last Terrapin Win at NC State 2003 (26-24; 
Last Wolfpack Win at Maryland: 2004 (13-3) 
Last Wolfpack Win at NC State: 1999 (30-17J_ 
Current Series Streak: NC State has won one 
Maryland's Largest Margin of 



NC State's Largest Margin of 
Victory 35(48-13,1957) 


2005 SCHEDULE 

Sep, 4 Virginia Tech 




Sep. 10 


at Temple 






Sep. 17 


Eastern Kentucky 






Sep. 24 


North Carolina 






Oct. 6 


at Georgia Tech 






Oct. 13 


Clemson 






Oct. 22 


at Wake Forest 






Oct. 29 


Southern Mississippi 




Nov. 5 


at Flonda State 






Nov. 12 


at Boston College 






Nov 19 


Middle Tennessee State 




Nov. 26 


Maryland 






2004 RESULTS 

Sep. 4 Richmond 


W 


42-0 


Sep. 18 


Ohio State 


L 


14-22 


Sep. 25 


at Virginia Tech 


W 


17-16 


Oct. 2 


Wake Forest 


W 


27-21 


Oct. 9 


at North Carolina 


L 


24-30 


Oct. 16 


at Marvland 


W 


13-3 


Oct. 23 


Miami 


L 


31-45 


00.30 


at Clemson 


L 


20-26 


Nov 6 


Georgia Tech 


L 


14-24 


Nov 11 


Florida State 


L 


10-17 


Nov. 27 


at East Carolina 


W 


52-14 



TRAVEL 
ITINERARY 



Navy 



Depart College Park on Sept. 2 at 4:30 p.m. 

Headquarters: BWI Airport Marriott 

1743 West Nursery Rd. 

Baltimore, MD 21240 

410-859-8300 

Depart immediately following game 



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s 



Wake Forest 

Depart College Park on Sept. 23 at 11:00 a.m. 
Headquarters: Greensboro-High Point Airport Marriott 

One Marriott Dnve 

Greensboro, NC 27409 

336-852-6450 

Depart immediately following game 



Temple 



Depart College Park on Oct. 7 at 12 Noon 
Headquarters: Philadelphia Airport Marriott 

One Arrivals Road 

Philadelphia, PA 19153 

215-492-9000 

Depart immediately following game 



Florida State 

Depart College Park on Oct, 28 at 11:00 a.m. 
Headquarters: Ramada Inn & Conference Center 

2900 North Monroe Street 

Tallahassee, FL 32303 

850-386-1027 

Depart immediately following game 



North Carolina 

Depart College Park on Nov. 11 at 11 :00 a.m. 
Headquarters: Sheraton Imperial Hotel & Ck)nvention Center 

4700 Emperor Blvd. 

Durham. NC 27703 

919-941-5050 

Depart immediately following game 



NC State 



I 



Depart College Park on Nov. 25 at 11:00 a.m. 
Headquarters: Sheraton Impenal Hotel & Convention Center 

4700 Emperor Blvd. 

Durtiam, NC 27703 

919-941-5050 

Depart immediately following game 



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5 

s 



o 
o 






Maryland 


i 
Navy 


Clemson 


West 
Virginia 


Wake 
Forest 


Virginia 


Temple 




Florida 
State 


North 
Carolina 


Boston 
College 


NC State 


Virginia 
Tech 


SEPT. 

3 


vs. 

Navy 

(Baltimore) 


vs. 
Maryland 
(Baltimore) 


TEXAS 

A&M 


at 
Syracuse 
(Sept. 4) 


VANDERBILT 


WESTERN 
MICHIGAN 


at Arizona 

State 
(Sept. 1) 


at 
NC State 

(Sept. 4) 


MIAMI 
(Sept. 5) 




at 
BYU 


VIRGINIA 

TECH 

(Sept. 4) 


SEPT. 
10 


CLEMSON 


STANFORD 


at 
Maryland 


WOFFORD 


at 
Nebraska 




at 
Wisconsin 


at 
Duke 


THE 
CITADEL 


at 

Georgia 

Tech 


ARMY 




SEPT. 
17 


WEST 
VIRGINIA 




MIAMI 


at 

Maryland 


EAST 
CAROLINA 


at 
Syracuse 


TOLEDO 


OHIO 


at 
Boston 
College 


WISCONSIN 


FLORIDA 
STATE 


EASTERN 
KENTUCKY 


SEPT. 
24 


at 
Wake 
Forest 


at 
Rice 


BOSTON 
COLLEGE 


EAST 
CAROLINA 


MARYLAND 


DUKE 


WESTERN 
MICHIGAN 


GEORGIA 
TECH 




at 
NC State 


at 
Clemson 


NORTH 
CAROLINA 


OCT. 

1 


VIRGINIA 


at 
Duke 


at 

Wake 
Forest 


VIRGINIA 
TECH 


CLEMSON 


at 
Maryland 


at 
Bowling 
Green 


at 
West 

Virginia 


SYRACUSE 


UTAH 


BALL 
STATE 




OCT. 

8 


at 
Temple 


AIR 
FORCE 




at 
Rutgers 


at 
Florida 
State 


at 
Boston 
College 


MARYLAND 


MARSHALL 


WAKE 
FOREST 


at 
Louisville 


VIRGINIA 


at Georgia 

Tech 

(Oct. 6) 


OCT. 
15 




KENT 
STATE 


at 
NO State 


LOUISVILLE 


at 
Boston 
College 


FLORIDA 
STATE 


MIAMI 




at 
Virginia 




WAKE 
FOREST 


CLEMSON 
(Oct. 13) 


OCT. 
22 


VIRGINIA 

TECH 

(Oct. 20) 




TEMPLE 


at 
South 
Florida 


NC STATE 


at 

North 

Carolina 


at 
Clemson 


at 
Maryland 


at 
Duke 


VIRGINIA 




at 
Wake 
Forest 


OCT. 
29 


at 
Florida 
State 


at 
Rutgers 


at 

Georgia 

Tech 




at 
Duke 




MIAMI 
(OHIO) 


BOSTON 
COLLEGE 


MARYUND 


at 

Miami 


at Virginia 

Tech 
(Oct. 27) 


SOUTHERN 
MISS. 


NOV. 

5 




TULANE 


DUKE 


UCONN 
(Nov. 2) 


at 

Georgia 

Tech 


TEMPLE 


at 
Virginia 


MIAMI 


NC STATE 


BOSTON 
COLLEGE 


at 

North 

Carolina 


at 
Florida 
State 


NOV 
12 


at North 
Carolina 


at 
Notre 
Dame 


FLORIDA 
STATE 


at 

Cincinnati 




GEORGIA 
TECH 






at 
Clemson 


MARYLAND 


NC STATE 


at 
Boston 
College 


NOV. 
19 


BOSTON 
COLLEGE 


TEMPLE 


at 

South 

Carolina 




MIAMI 
(Nov. 17) 


VIRGINIA 
TECH 


at 
Navy 


at 
Virginia 




DUKE 


at 
Maryland 


MIDDLE 
TENN. 

STATE 


NOV. 
26 


at 
NO State 






Pin 

(Nov. 24) 




at 
Miami 




NORTH 
CAROLINA 


at 
Flonda 


at 

Virginia 

Tech 




MARYUND 


DEC. 

3 




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(( tiiladelphia) 


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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 , Ten nessee 13 




Jan. 1,1954 'Orange Bowl 

Oklahoma 7, Maryland 



Jan. 2, 1956 'Orange Bowl 

Ok lahom a 20 , Mary lan d 6 



Dec. 28, 1973 'Peach Bowl 

Georgia 17, Maryland 16 



Dec. 16, 1974 'Liberty Bowl 

Te nness ee 7, Ma ryla nd 3 



Dec. 29, 1975 'Gator Bowl 

M aryland 13, Florid a 



Jan. 1,1977 'Cotton Bowl 

Houston 30, Maryland 21 



Dec. 22, 1977 'Hall of Fame Bowl 

Maryland 1 7, Min nesota 7 



Dec. 23, 1978 • Sun Bowl 
Texas 42, Maryland 



Dec. 20, 1980 • Tangerine Bowl 

Florida 35, Maryland 20 



Dec. 25, 1982 'Aloha Bowl 

Washingto n 21, M aryl and 20 



Dec. 17, 1983 • Florida Citrus Bowl 

Tennessee 30, Maryland 23 



Dec. 22, 1984 'Sun Bowl 

Maryland 28, Tennesse e 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 Vir ginia 7 



GATOR 
BOWL 

GATOR BOWL 
JACKSONVILLE 
JAN. 1, 1948 




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, rushing 
for 165 yards and scoring three touchdowns, Gambino's 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 Maryland's four-yard line. Despite the tie, 
there was no question as to the game's most valuable player. 
Gambino won the Burkhalter Award, signifying the game's 
outstanding performer. Gambino was inducted into the Gator 
Bowl Hall of Fame in 1992. 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



Ii1ary1and_ 
Georgia 



- 



2^UM • G ambino 35 -vard run (McHugli kick) 



3-UG - Raucti 1-yard run (Geri l( ick) 
3-UM - Gambino 1-yard mn (kic k failed) 



3-UM - Gannbino 24-yard^|)ass fr om Baroni (McHugh kick) 
4-UG ■ Gen 4-yard run (kick failed) 



4-UG ■ Donaldson 9-yard pass from Raucti (Geri kick) 



UM 



UG 



First Do wns 
Rushin g Yards 

Passing 

Comp- AU-lnl 

Punls-Ayg^ 

Fumbles-Lost 



16 



19 



247 



216 



127 



190 



7-14-1 



12-20-1 



5-44 



4-40 



0-0 



2-1 



Penalties-Yards 



5-66 



4-80 



RUSHING-Maryland, Gambino 22-165. Idzik 2-32, Bonk 5-23, LaRue 
4-24, Turyn4-9, Brown 2-6, Tucker 2-3, Siebert 3-3, Roth 3-(-16) Georgia, 
Donaldson 10-69, Gen 7-56, Henderson 8-48, Reid 7-46, Nestorak 3-6, 

Bodine 3-2,Jradberry 1-2, Brunson3-(-2), Rauch3(-10), 

PASSING-Marylan d, Baroni 7-14-127. Georgia, Rauch 12-20-190. 
An 16,666 



GATOR 
BOWL 

GATOR BOWL 
JACKSONVILLE 
JAN. 2, 1950 




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MARYLAND 20 
MISSOURI 7 

Three times in the first half Missouri turned the ball over, and 
all three times Maryland scored a touchdown as the Terrapins 
defeated the Tigers, 20-7, to earn their first-ever postseason 
victory. The Terrapin running attack, led by Bob Shemonski and 
Ed Modzelewski, amassed 266 njshing yards, the second-most 
by a Maryland bowl team. Maryland defensive back John Idzik 
set up Maryland's first score with a 26-yard interception return 
to the Tiger 11 -yard line. Shemonski scored on a sweep on 
the next play for the go-ahead touchdown. Shemonski scored 
again on a six-yard run late in the second quarter to put the 
Terps up 20-0. 



Box Score 

1st 2nd 3rd 41h 



Maryland 


7 


13 





- 


20 


IVIissouri 











7 - 


7 


1-UM- Shemonski 11-yard 


njn (Dean 


kick) 






2-UM • Ivlodzelewsk 


3jarc 


njn (kick failed 






2-UM ■ Shemonski 6 


■yard njn (Dean 


kick) 






4-MO- Klein 4-vard 


run (Glonoso kick) 










UM 




MO 




First Downs 




11 




13 




Rushing Yards 




266 




100 




Passing 




16 




167 




Comp-Att-Int 




2-17-1 




11-29-3 




Punts-Avg. 




7-39.0 




3-38,0 




Fumbles-Lost 




1-1 




5-5 




Penalties-Yards 




63 




10 




Att: 18,409 














Sob 'Shoo-Shoo" Shemonski goes for a TD vs. 
Missouri, 



Marylar]d celebrates its first bowl in 1948. 



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SUGAR 
BOWL 




TULANE-SUGAR 

BOWL 

NEW ORLEANS 

JAN. 2, 1 952 




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MARYLAND 28 
TENNESSEE 1 3 

In what may have been perhaps the biggest win in Maryland 
football history, the Terps upset No 1 -ranked and regular 
season national champion Tennessee. 28-13, in the 1952 
Sugar Bowl The Terps were led by running back Ed "Mighty 
Mo" Modzelewski (153 yards on 28 carnes) and the bnlliant 
play of running back/defensive back Ed Fullerton who scored 
two touchdowns and threw for another. The Terps put the game 
out of reach in the third quarter with a 46-yard interception for a 
touchdown by Fullerton, giving the Terps a 28-6 lead. Maryland 
finished the season with an overall record of 10-0-0 and a No 
3 national ranking 



Box Score 

Isl 

Maryland 



2nd 3rd 41h 



7 



14 



23 



Tennessee 



7 -_ 



1-UM - Fullerton 2-vaiTi mn (Decker kick) 



2-UM ■ Sh eitKMiskI 7-yard pa ss from Fullerto n (Decker kick) 
2-UM ■ Scarbalh 1-yard run (Decker kick! 



2-IJT - Rechlchar4-y3rd pass fro m Payne ( kick failed) 



3-UM ■ Fullerton 46-Yard inlerceplion relum (Decker kick) 



■i-U T - Payne 2-yard njn (Rechictiar kick) 



UM 



UT 



First Downs 



Rushing Yards 


289 


81 


Passing 


63 


75 


Comp-Att-lnl 


7-11-1 


9-19-4 


Relum Yards 


29 


16 



Punts-Avg. 



8-38.0 



7^43.0 



FumWes-Lost 



7-1 



2-2 



Penaltes-Yante 



12-120 



2-20 



RUSHING-MarYtand. Modzel e wski 28-153. Tennessee. Payne 11-54. 
PASSING-Marytand. Scartalti 6-9-57. Tennessee, Payne 7-14-75. 
Alt: 80,271 



ORANGE 
BOWL 

ORANGE BOWL 

MIAMI 
JAN. 1, 1954 




OKLAHOMA 7 
MARYLAND 

This was the first game of the contract that pitted the Big 
Eight Conference champion against the Atlantic Coast 
Conference champion. The Terrapins took an undefeated 
season and the nation's No. 1 ranking into the game against 
an Oklahoma 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 10-yard line and failed to come away with 
any points. Despite the narrow loss, the Terrapins claimed 
the 1953 national championship. 



Box Score 

1st 2nd 3rd 4tli 



Maryland 





- 


Oklahoma 


7 


- 7 


2-OU - Griggs 25-yard m 


(Leake kick) 






UM 


OU 


Rtst Downs 


13 


10 


Rushing Yards 


176 


208 


Passing 


36 


22 


Comp-Att-Int 


5-12-0 


4-6-1 


Relum Yards 


25 


7 


Punls-Avg. 


5-29.0 


7-31.3 


Fumbles-Losl 


1-1 


2-2 


Penalty Yards 


15 


45 


RUSHING-Maryland, Fellon 10-51 Oklahoma. Gnggs 13-89. 


PASSING-Maryland, Boxold 3-942. Oklahoma, Calame 44-22, 


RECEIVING-Matyland, Nolan 2-31. Okiahoma, Buriis3-17. 


Att: 68.178 




^ Maryland celebrates Its 1951 undefeated season. 



Shoo-Shoo" 
Shemonski high- 
stepping in the 1954 
Orange Bowl. 



ORANGE 
BOWL 

ORANGE BOWL 

MIAMI 

JAN. 2, 1 956 




OKLAHOMA 20 
MARYLAND 6 

The third-ranked Terps came into the Orange Bowl riding 
a 15-game winning streak, only to have it snapped by an 
Oklahoma team that extended its winning streak to 30 
games with its 20-6 win. The Terps, who led 6-0 at halftime, 
were stunned when the Sooners went into their famous "fast 
break offense" and reeled off two third quarter touchdowns 
to earn the national championship, Ed Vereb. who scored 
the Terps' lone touchdown, finished with 108 rushing yards. 
Maryland was hurl by five turnovers. 



Box Score 

Isl 2nd 


3rd 


4lh 


F 


Maryland 6 





- 


6 


Oklahoma 


14 


6 - 


20 



2-UM - Vereb 15-yard mn (kick failed) 



3-OU - McDonald 4-Yard run (Prices kick) 



3-OU ■ Neil 1-yard lun (Prices kick) 



4-OU - Dodd 82-Yard inlerceplion return (kick failed) 



UM 



OU 



First Downs 



Rushing Yards 



187 



202 



Passing 



46 



53 



Comp-All-lnl 



3-10-3 



4-10-1 



Punls-Avg. 



740.0 



8-34.0 



Fumbles-Losl 



3-2 



1-1 



Penallies-Yards 



4^1 



4-35 



RUSHING-Maryland. Vereb 8-108. Oklahoma. Hams 9-63. 
PASSING-Maryland, Beighlol 2-7-46. Oklahoma. Hams 3-5-34. 
RECEIVING-Maryland. (Mte 1-21. Oklahoma, Bums 2-28. 
Att 75,561 




Ed Vereb rvshed 
for the Terps' only 
TD and 108 yards 
in the '56 Orange 
3ov/l. 



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PEACH 
BOWL 

FULTON 
COUNTY 
STADIUM 
ATLANTA 
DEC. 28, 1973 



GEORGIA 1 7 
MARYLAND 1 6 

Maryland came away from its first bowl game in 18 years 
a bitterly disappointed team. The Terrapins dominated 
Georgia in all phases, but the game was tied 10-10 at 
the half thanks to a couple of big plays by the Bulldogs. 
In the third quarter, a costly Terp fumble led to Georgia's 
go-ahead touchdown. Seven times the Terrapins were 
inside the Georgia 20-yard line, coming away with only nine 
points. The Terps' lone touchdown came via Walter White's 
68-yard touchdown reception. 






Box Score 

1sl 2nd 3rd 4th 



Maryland 



10 



6 - 



Ge orgia 







10 



-_ 



2-UG - Poulous 62-yard pass from Johnson (Leavitl kick), 5:27 
2-UM - White 68-yard pass from Ca rter (Mike-Mayer kick), 5:04 

2.UM • Mike-Mayer 3&iard field goal, 1:31 

2:UG ■ Leavitt 26-yaj;d field goal, 0j05 

3-U G • Johnson 1-yard run (Leavilt kick), 4:24 

4-UM ■ Mike -May er 25-ya rd field goal, 13:53 



4-UM - Mike-Mayer 28-yard field goal, 7:35 



UM 



UG 



First Downs 



Rushing Yards 



Passing 



219 



170 



242 



114 



Comp-A tt-Int 
Return Yards 

Punts-Avg^ 

Fumbies-Lost 



8-18-1 



5-16-1 



78 



135 



6-31,8 



8-41,3 



4-3 



2-2 



Penallies-Yards 



5-63 



1-5 



RUSHING-Maryland, Carter 29-126. G eorgi a, King 16-57. 
PASSING- Maryland, Kinard 4-8-113. Georgia, Johnson 5-16-114. 
RECEI VING: Maryland, While 2-106. Georgia, Poulous 2-62. 

Alt. 80.271 



LIBERTY 
BOWL 

LIBERTY BOWL 
MEMORIAL 
STADIUM 
MEMPHIS 
DEC. 16, 1974 



TENNESSEE 7 
MARYLAND 3 

The Maryland defense, led by AII-ACC defensive tackle 
Randy White, shut out Tennessee for nearly four quarters 
but lost the game when the Volunteers' quarterback, Randy 
Wallace, found Larry Seivers for an 11 -yard touchdown pass 
with 2:08 to play. The Terps were punting from their own 
13 when a bad snap from the center was recovered by the 
Volunteers on the Maryland seven-yard line. Maryland had a 
chance to win the game but an apparent 20-yard touchdown 
pass was ruled out of bounds. 




Box Score 



Isl 2nd 3rd 41h 



Maryland 3 


- 3 


Tennessee 


7 - 7 


2-UM - Mike-Mayer 28-vard field goal 


4-UT - Seivers 1 1-yard pass from Wallace (Towsend kick) 


UM 


UT 


First Downs 16 


15 


Rushing Yards 108 


173 


Passing 158 


65 


Cortip-Atl-Int 15-22-2 


7-16-0 


Return Yards 76 


65 


Punls-Avg, 6-41.0 


7-39.0 


Fumbles-Lost 3-3 


4-2 


Penalties-Yards 4-63 


8-69 


RUSHING-Maryland, Carter 22-65. Tennessee, Gayle 17-106, 


PASSING-Maryland, Avellini 15-22-158. Tennessee, Holloway 6-1 5-54. 
RECEIVING Maryland. While 5-68. Tennessee, Seivers 4-38, 
Alt. 51,284 





Coach Jerry Claiborne (left) congratulates Georgia 
coach Vince Dooley after the Bulldogs' win. 



Louis Carter 
rushed for 65 
yards in the 
Terps' 1974 
Liberty Bowl 
appearance. 



GATOR 
BOWL 



GATOR BOWL 
JACKSONVILLE 
DEC. 29, 1975 



. r/ . , MARYIRND 




MARYLAND 1 3 
FLORIDA 

The ACC champion Terrapins headed into the 1975 Gator 
Bowl as a seven-point underdog to the Florida Gators, 
However, this did not deter the Terps, who were coming 
off their best season (8-2-1) in 20 years. Maryland shut out 
the Gators, 13-0, in front of a large pro-Florida crowd in a 
steady downpour. The Maryland defense held the SEC's 
total offense leader scoreless and intercepted two Flonda 
passes which led to the first 10 Maryland points. This was 
the first Terp win over an SEC team since 1955, 



Box Score 

Isl 2nd 3nd 4th 



Maryland 7 3 


3 - 13 


Flonda 


- 


1-UM - Hoover 19-yard pass from Dick (Sochko kick) 6:15 


2-UM - Sochko 20-yard field goal 6:49 


4-UM -Sochko 27-yard field goal 11:41 


UM 


UF 


First Downs 15 


14 


Rushing Yards 209 


182 


Passing 82 


28 


Comp-All-Int 7-16-0 


3-19-3 


Return Yards 26 


25 


Punls-Avg. 7-39.5 


7-38.5 


Fumbles-Losl ^0 


1-1 


Penalties-Yards 5-47 


648 


RUSHING-Maryland, Atkins 20-127. Florida, DuBose 18-95, 
PASSING-Maryland, Dick 5-13-67 Flonda, Fisher 2-12-33. 


RECEIVING: Maryland, Hoover 2-24. Florida, Lecount 1-25. 


Alt: 64,012 






Kim Hoover 
hauls in the 
only TD of 
the Terps' 
win in the '75 
Gator Bowl. 



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COTTON 



BOWL 

COTTON BOWL 
DALLAS 
JAN. 1. 1977 




HOUSTON 30 
MARYLAND 21 

Maryland entered the 1977 Cotton Bowl witti a perfect 11-0 
record, but the hopes for a perfect season were dashed 
quickly when Houston scored 21 first-quarter points en 
route to a 30-21 win The Cougars rushed for a total of 320 
yards in the game and 144 in the 21-point first quarter The 
Terps cut the lead to 27-21 in the fourth quarter but a 5;42 
drive by the Cougars late in the quarter resulted in a field 
goal, slamming the door on any Terp comeback hopes. 



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HALL OF FAME SUN 



BOWL 

LEGION FIELD 
BIRMINGHAM 
DEC. 22, 1977 




MARYLAND 1 7 
MINNESOTA 7 

After allowing an early IVIinnesota 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 
mshed for 75 yards and two second-quarter touchdowns to 
put Maryland in the lead for good. The Maryland defense 
held the Gophers to only 69 yards of total offense in the 
second half. 



BOWL 

SUN BOWL 
EL PASO 
DEC. 23, 1978 





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TEXAS 42 
MARYLAND 

The Maryland Terrapins, appeanng in their sixth consecutive 
bowl and looking for their second straight bowl win, ran into 
a very determined Texas Longhorn team. The Longhoms' 
running game amassed 220 yards and five touchdowns, 
while the Texas defense held Maryland to 248 yards of total 
offense. It was the first time in 95 games the Terps had 
been held scoreless, ending the third-longest streak in the 
nation. 



Box Score 

1st 2n(l 3rtl 

Maryland 7 7 



4th 



Houston 



UJH • TMrnas 11-yard run (Coplin kick) 6:27 
1-UH ■ Blacl<well 33-y3rdain(Coplin kick) 3:13 



1-UH ■ Btackvitil I-yard run iCopljn kick) 0:5^ 
2-UM ■ Manges 6-yard ryi [Loncar_kick) 9:36_ 



2W ■ Bass 33-yanj pass from Davi s (kick failed) 0:55 
MM ■ Severs 1 1 -yard pass from Ma nges (Sochko Idckl 1:41 

4-UM ■ Wilson tjjardjiaiiiSpcfiko ki ck) 8:46 

4-U H - Coplin 28-vard field goal 0.1 8 



UM 



UH 



First Downs 
Rustling Y ards 
Passing 



17 



20 



120 



320 



179 



108 



Co mp-Alt-lnl 



17-32-0 



5<^) 



Return Yanls 

Punts-Avg, 

Fumtiles-Lost 



13 



6^4.0 



4-36.0 



1-1 



4-3 



Peflaltes-Yaids 



8-80 



5-22 



RUSHING-Marytand, Scott 11-47 H ouston Blackwell 22-149. 

PASSING-ManJiand, Manges 17-32-179 Houston, DavisM-10a_ 
RECEIVING: Maryland. Kinney 6-72 , Houston Foster 3-62 " 
An 58 500 




Eric Sievers 
caught his First 
college TD on 
this play in 
the 77 Cotton 
Bowl. 



Box Score 

1st_ 2nd 3rd 4lh 



Maryland 


3 14 - 17 


Minnesota 


7 - 7 


1-MN- Barber 1-yard 


ojn (Rogind kick) 9:02 


1-UM - Sochko 32-vard field goal 5:21 


2-UM • Scott 2-yard nin (Sochko kick) 7:04 


2-UM • Scott 1-yard ran (Sochko kick) 4:53 


UM MN 


First Downs 


15 17 


Rushing Yards 


120 113 


Passing 


211 155 


Comp-Att-Int 


12-23-1 13-2&fl 


Return Yards 


3 6 


Punts-Avg, 


5-36.8 9-27.7 


Fumbles-Lost 


3-2 3-2 


Penalbes-Yards 


12^ &54 


RUSHING-Maryland, SaM 24-75. Minnesota, Kitzmann 24-76, 
PASSING-Maryland, Dick 12-20-211. Minnesota, Avery 12-23-130. 


RECEIVING: Maryland, White 8-128. Minnesota, Anhom 5-49. 


Att: 47,000 





Box Score 

1st 2nd 3rd 4lh 

Maryland 



Texas 



14 



42 



1-UT - L. Jones 7- yar d ran (Erxleben kk*) 10:27 

1-UT - J. Jones 1-yard ran (Endeben kick) 7:15 

U/T- L, Jones 29-va rd pass from McBaeth (Endeben kick)437 

m - McBaeth 2- yard ran (Endeben kick) 12:55 

3-UT - J. Jones U-yard ran (Endeben kick) 2:42 



3-UT - H. Jones 32-yard ran ( En deben kick) 1 J8 



UM 



UT 



FjrslPowns 

Rushing Yards 



20 



220 



Passing 



214 



45 



Comp- A lt-lnl 



17-434 



2-7-0 



Return Yards 



Punts-Avg. 



8-37 



7-41 



Fumbtes-Lost 



2-1 



3-1 



Penalties-Yards 



5-35 



7^2 



RUSHING-Maryla nd, Atkins 10-15. Texas, H, Jones 14-104. 
PASSING-Maryland, O'Hare 12-27-146. Texas. McSaelti 2-545. 
RECEIVING: Maryland. Richanls 4-52. Texas. L Jones 245. 
Att: 33,122 




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TANGERINE 
BOWL 

TANGERINE BOWL 
ORLANDO 
DEC. 20, 1980 



FLORIDA 35 
MARYLAND 20 

Maryland's Charlie Wysocki rushed for 159 yards and a 
touchdown, but it was not enough to overcome the passing 
attack of the Gators' Wayne Peace, who threw for 271 
yards and two touchdowns. Peace's favorite receiver, Cris 
Colllnsworth, caught eight passes for 166 yards, including 
a 21-yard touchdown catch that led to Florida's 28-20 lead. 
Maryland's Dale Castro tied a Tangenne Bowl record and 
established a new Terrapin bowl record when he booted his 
fourth field goal in the third quarter. 



Box Score 

Isl 2nd 3rd 4th 

Maryland 3 6 11 



Florida 



14 14 



7 -_ 



1 -UM - Castro 34-vard field goal 4:50 



2-UF - Colllnswor th 2 4-vard pas s f rom Peace ICIark kick) 14:04 
2-UM- Castro 27-yard field goal 4:37 



2-UM ■ Cas tro 26-va rd field go al 428 
2-UF - Jon es 2-yard ain (Clark kic k) 1 :46 



3-UM - Wyso cki 2- vard run (Tice run) 14:48 
3-UM - Castro 42-vard field goal 10:00 



3-UF ■ Pea ce 1-yar d run (Cla rk ki ck) 4:43 



3-UF ■ Colllnswor th 21-yard pass f ro m Peace (Clark kick) 3:29 
4-UF - Brown 2-yard nj n (Clark kic k) 9:31 



UM 



UF 



First Downs 



Rushing Yards 



181 



108 



Passing 



155 



271 



Comp-Alt-lnl 



12-26-3 



20-34-1 



Return Yards 



54 



Punls-A vg. 
Fumbles-Lost 



4-39.0 



6-34.0 



4-2 



1-0 



Penalties-Yards 



6-44 



11-108 



RUSHING-Maryland Wysocki 39-159 Flonda, Bro wn 16-71. 



PASSING-Maryland, TiceJ1-23-129 Florida, Pea ce 20-24-271. 
RE CEIVING: M aryland, Havener 4-83. Florida. Colllnsworth 8-166. 
Att: 52,541 




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 Huskies' 
touchdown with :06 left secured Washington's come-from- 
behind, 21-20 victory. The Terps had a chance to go up by 
nine points with 3:39 left to play but Jess Atkinson's 32-yard 
field goal attempt fell short. The Terps had fallen behind 14-6 
in the first half and Boomer Esiason completed 10 passes 
for 120 yards and a touchdown in the third quarter, sparking 
Maryland to a 20-14 lead early in the fourth. 




Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 


F 


Maryland 6 6 8 — 


20 


Washington 7 7 7 — 


21 


1-UW - Allen 27-yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick) 10:14 



2-UW 



3-UM 



Allen 71-yard pas s from Cowan ( Nelson kick) 5:21 



Tice 36-ya rd pass from Esiason (conversion f ailed) 12:18 

4-UM_- Nash 2-yard run (Tice pass from Esiason) 10 44 

4-UW ■ Allen 11-yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick) 0:06 



UM 


UW 


First Downs 17 


20 


Rushing Yards 68 


63 


Passing 251 


369 


Comp-Atl-Int 19-32-1 


35-55-0 


Return Yards 45 


43 


Punts-Avg. 7-38.0 


5-45.0 


Fumbles-Lost 2-1 


44 


Penalties-Yards 8-55 


7-50 


RUSHING-Maryland, Nash 1141. Washington, Robinson 16-50. 


PASSING-Maryland, Esiason 19-32-251 
369. 


Washington, Cowan 33-55- 


RECEIVING: Maryland, Tice 6-85. Washington, Skansi 10-81. 


Att: 30,055 



Charlie Wysocki *► 



ran for 159 
yards in (he '80 
Tangerine Bowl. 




Dave D'Addio 
rushes past 
Washington 
in the Aloha 
Bowl. 



CITBUS 
BOWL 



FLORIDA 
CITRUS 
BOWL 
ORLANDO 
DEC. 17, 1983 



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TENNESSEE 30 
MARYLAND 23 

Tennessee scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to 
overcome a 20-16 deficit and defeat the Terps, 30-23, in the 
1 983 Citais Bowl. Maryland took a four-point lead into the fourth 
quarter, thanks to outstanding play from reserve quarterback 
Frank Reich. Reich entered the game in the second quarter 
when starter Boomer Esiason suffered a shoulder Injury. 
Reich's one mistake of the day, an interception early in the 
fourth quarter, set the Vols on Maryland's 14-yard line which 
led to a Tennessee touchdown ain that was the difference. 



Box Score 

1st 2nd 3rd 4lh 

Maryland 3 6 11 3 

Tennessee 



7 



3 



14 



1 -UM - Atkinson 18-yard field goal 4:01 



1 -UT - Taylor 1 2 pass from Cockrell (Reveiz kick) 1 :04 



2-UM -At kinson 4 8-vard field goal 13:43 
2-UM -Atkinson 31 -lard field goal 12:01 

24JT • Reveiz 25-yard field goal 4 34 

VM ■ Atkinson 22-iard field goa l10:47 



34JT - Henderson 19-var d run (Cockrell pass tailed) 5:29 

34JM - Badanjek S-yard mn (Badanjek run)4:14 

4-UT - Jones 1-yard run [Reveiz kick) 14:01 



4-UT - Jones 2:Yard run [Reveiz k ick) 11:58 
4-UM ■ Atkinson 26-yard field goal 4:34 



UM 



UT 



First Downs 



Rushing Yards 
Passing 



201 



253 



185 



Comp-A tt-lnl 
Relurn Yards 
Punts-A vg. 
Fumbles-Lost 



18-28-1 



16-23-1 



10 



0-0.0 



147.0 



3-1 



1-1 



Penalties-Yards 



6-32 



1-5 



RUSHING-I^aryland, Joyner 17-58 Tennessee, Jones 29-154 
PASSING- Maryland. Reich 14-22-192 Tennessee, Cockrell 16-23-1 85 
RECEIVI NG: Maryland, Dav id 4-66. Tennessee, Duncan 6-59. 
Att: 50,183 




Bobby Ross 
(far left) and 
Boomer 
Esiason 
(second 
from left) 
visit Goofy 
at the Magic 
Kingdom. 






ill'- Hi 15- p 

SUN 
BOWL 

< SUN BOWL 

f EL PASO 

^ DEC. 22. 1 984 





MARYLAND 28 
TENNESSEE 27 

The Maryland Terrapins were truly the comeback team of 1 984 . 
Maryland trailed Tennessee 21-0 at halftime and erupted for 
a Terrapin bowl record 22 points in ttie third quarter. Frank 
Reich's third-quarter touchdown pass to Ferrell Edmunds put 
the Terps up 22-21, but the ensuing kickoff was returned for 
a touchdown by the Volunteers to give them a 27-22 lead. 
Then with 8;03 left to play, the Terps' offense pounded out a 
5:05 dnve that was capped by a one-yard scoring run by Rick 
Badanjek for the game-winning touchdown. 



Box Score 

l5l 

Marytend 

Tennessee 



2nd3fd_41h 



22 



10 11 



- 



27 



1-yL Jones 2-yanl m (Reveiz kict) 6:34 



1 -UT - Revej2 24-yard field goal 2:29 



MJT : Reyeil 52:yard field goal 5:13_ 
2-UT ■ McGee 6 -yafd pass from Robinson 



(McGee pass from Robinson ) 0:37 



3-UM ■ Neal 57 -varO rvin ipass fail ed) 10:35 



3-UM ^ ;:v -so- "--y ard field goal 6:32 

3- . " ' , ard oin ^njn failedi3:47 

3-.' , 3"j pass 'rot Retcti (Anonson lock) 3:47 

3-UT p£ ■ -of f relum (pass failed) 0:10 

4 -UKf-B a' ^assla!ledi2^ 



UM 



UT 



FicsiDcwms 



22 



13 



Rusliin5\^t*_ 



229 



148 



Passing_ 
Comp- Atl-lnl 



201 



132 



17-28-1 



15-24-0 



RetuTi Y ards 
Punls-Avq 



80 



194 



4-39,0 



542.4 



-umbtes-lost 



2-2 



2-2 



^enalties-Yards 



8-63 



6-49 



RUSHINGAterytend, Neal 12-107, Tennessee. Jones 14^. 



PASSING-Waryland, Reidi 17-28-201. Tenn , Robinso n 15-24-132. 
RECEIVING: Marytend, Hil 4-69, Tennessee, McGee M6, 
An 50,126 




After rallying 
from a 21-0 
halftime 
deficit, the 
Terps carried 
coach Bobby 
Ross off the 
field after 
w/nn/ng the 84 
Sun Bowl. 



CHERRY 
BOWL 

PONTIAC 
SILVERDOME 
PONTIAC, MICH. 
DEC. 21, 1985 



MARYLAND 35 
SYRACUSE 1 8 

Quarterback Stan Gelbaugh completed 14 passes for 223 
yards, threw two TDs and rushed for another as Maryland 
defeated Syracuse 35-1 8, The Ten'apins, who trailed 3-0 eariy 
in the first quarter, took their first lead thanks to Gelbaugh's 
four-yard touchdown run. Trailing 10-6 in the second quarter, 
Gelbaugh hit tight end Chns Knight for a three-yard score to 
put the Terps in the lead for good. The touchdown pass also 
was the start of a 22-point second quarter that tied a Maryland 
bowl record for points scored in a quarter. 




Box Score 

1st 



2nd 3rd 4lh 



Syracuse 



Maryland 



6 22 



- 



1-SU - M cAulay 26-yard field goal 10:27 



1-UM ■ G elb augh 4-yard m (kick failed) 6:36 
2-SU - Dnimmond lO-yard nin (McAulay kick) 12:53 



2-UM - Kn ight S-^ard ja^om Gelbaugh (Ba daniek mn) 8:50 

2-UM-Tye 8- yard fumbie r eturn (Plocki kick) 3:41 

2-UM - Blount 20-yard run (Plocki kick) 1:43 

3-UM - Abdur-Ra'oof 6-yard pass from Gelbaugh (Plocki kick) 11:27 
3-SU - McPfierson 17-yafd njn (Schwedes from McPherson) 2:51 



UM 



SU 



First Downs 



Rushing Yards 



244 



241 



Passing 



223 



204 



Comp-Atl-lnl 



14-20-1 



18-30-3 



Return Yards 



135 



Punts-Ayg, 



3-38,7 



1-52,0 



FumWes-Losl 



0-0 



3-2 



PenalHes-Yards 



5-54 



3-26 



RUSHING-Maryland, Blount 24-135, Syracuse. McPherson 21-111, 
PASSING-Maryiand, Gelbaugh 14-20-223, Syracuse, McPherson 

16-30-204, 

RECEIVING: Maryland, Abdur-Ra'oot 5-86, Syracuse, Slano 4^9, 
Att: 51,858 




Len Lynch 
("63) hoists 
the 1985 
Cherry Bowl 
trophy. 



INDEPENb 



BOWL 

INDEPENDENCE 
STADIUM 
SHREVEPORT, LA. 
DEC. 15, 1990 



MARYLAND 34 
LOUISIANA TECH 34 

Tech's Chris Boniol hit a 29-yard field goal with no time 
remaining in the 1990 Independence Bowl, allowing the 
Bulldogs to escape Shreveport with a 34-34 tie. The Terrapins 
fell behind 31-20 early in the fourth quarter but rallied to take 
the lead when Scott Zolak threw a 15-yard touchdown pass 
to Brad Johnson with ;52 remaining. However, on the ensuing 
kickoff. Tech's Lorenzo Baker returned the kick 41 yards to 
start the Bulldog dnve on the Maryland 39-yard line. Five 
plays and 28 yards later, Boniol kicked his second field goal 
of the game to even the score. 




Box Score 



Isl 2nd 3rd 4lh 



Maryland 



14 



14 - 



Louisiana Tech 



14 14 



6 - 



1-UM - Jackson 1-yard njn (DeArmas kick) 11:59 

1-UM - Jackson 2- yanj run (DeAmias kick) 5:06 

2-L T - Richardson 5-yard njn (Boniol kjck) 8:30 

2-LT ■ Davis 3-yard njn (Boniol kick) 0:17 

3-LT Richardson 1-yard m (Bon i ol kick) 10:35 

3-UM - Jackson 11 -yard njn (kick failed) 7:44 

3-LT - Slaughter 7-yard pass from Johnson (Boniol kk*) 532 
4-LT - B o niol 36-yard field goal 13:52 



4-UM - Mason 28-yard pass from Zolak (DeArmas kk*l 1130 
4-UM - Johnson 15-yard pass from Zolak (DeAmias kick) 0:52 
4-LT - Bonid 28-yard field goal 0:00 



UM 



First Downs 



Rushing Yards 



191 



150 



Passing 



115 



254 



Comp-Atl-lnl 



11-18-1 



18-28-3 



Return Yards 



Punls-Avg, 



4-37.2 



1-34.0 



Fumbles-Lost 



3-1 



Penalties-Yards 



9-88 



6-53 



RUSHING-Matytand. Jackson 17-50. La. Tech, Richanlson 27-81. 
PASSING^Iaryland. Zolak 7-16-159. La. Tedi. Johnson 7-8-70. 
RECEIVING: Maryland, Johnson 5-107. La. Tech, Slaughter H6, 
Att 48,325 




Clarence Jones 
(74) lifts Troy 
Jackson in the air 
after the Terps' 
third-quarter 
score in the '90 
Independence 
3ov.'l. 



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ORANGE 
BOWL 

PRO PLAYER 
STADIUM 
MIAMI 
JAN. 2, 2002 



FLORIDA 56 
MARYLAND 23 

Maryland made its first bowl appearance since 1990, but 
fell to the fiftfi-ranked Florida Gators. 56-23. Florida's Rex 
Grossman came off tfie bencfi 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, however, 
scored five unanswered touchdowns to pull away Marc 
Riley rushed for two touchdowns for the Terps. The teams 
combined for an Orange Bowl record 79 points and 1,019 
total yards. 




Box Score 





ht 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


F 


Flonda 


14 


14 


21 


7 - 


56 


Maryland 


7 


3 





13 - 


23 



1-UF - Graham 1-yard Rin (Chandler kick) 9:51 



K)F - Jacobs 46-yard pass from Berlin (Chandler kick) 0:12 

KIM - Williams 64-yard pass from Hill (Novak kic k) 0:00 

2-UM - Notak 2Q-vard field qoalT2 20' " " ' 

2-UF - Jacobs iSyyard pass from Grossman (Cfiandler kick) 2:18 
2-UF - Gaffney 4-vard pass fromJ3rossman (Chandle r kick) 0:03 
3-UF - Graham 6-va rd njn (Chandler kick | 11:22 



3-UF-Gillespie11 -vard mn (C handler k ic k) 7:26 



3-]JF - Gaffney 33-yard pass from Grossma n (Chandler kick) 2:52 
4-UM - Ritey 1-yard run (Noyak_kick[ 11:56 



4-UF - Perez 10-vard pass from Grossman (Chandler kick) 10:16 


4-UM - Riley ID-yard m (Novak kick) 5:10 


UM 


UF 


First Downs 19 


30 


Rushing Yards 103 


203 


Passing 257 


456 


Comp-Att-Int 23-39-1 


3349-2 


Relurn Yards 189 


93 


Punts-Avg. 546.2 


2-53.0 


Fumbles-Lost 0-0 


2-1 


Penalties-Yards 4-20 


643 


RUSHING-Maryland. Hill 11-31. Florida, Graham 16-149. 


PASSING-Maryland. Hill 23-39-257. Florida, Grossman 20-28-248. 


RECEIVING-Maryland, Murphy 542. Florida, Jacobs 10-170. 


Att: 73 640 



X^'-'jn 




Marc Riley 
ran for two 
touchdowns, 
including this 
10-yard run 
in the fourth 
quarter 



PEACH 
BOWL 

GEORGIA DOME 
ATLANTA 
DEC. 31,2002 




MARYLAND 30 
TENNESSEE 3 

The Terps posted their first bowl win since 1985 with a 
dominating performance over the Tennessee Volunteers. 
QB Scott McBnen ran for a pair of touchdowns, Nick 
Novak booted three field goals, All-America linebacker 
E.J. Henderson registered 12 solo tackles, and cornerback 
Curome Cox returned an interception for a touchdown to 
highlight Maryland's performance. 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 17-3 
lead into intermission. It was the most lopsided bowl loss in 
UT history. 



Box Score 



nt 2nd 3rd 4th 



Tennessee 3 ( 


3 


Maryland 7 10 3 10 30 


1-UM - McBrien 1-yard run (Novak kick) 6:00 


2-UM - Cox 54-yard interception return (Novak kick) 11 :32 


2-UT- Walls 38-yard field goal 4:46 


2-UM - Novak 48-yard field goal 0:47 


3-UM - Novak 44-yard field goal 6:48 


4-UM - McBnen 6-yard run (Novak kick) 12:55 


4-UM -Novak 25-yard field goal 4:12 


UT 


UM 


First Dov»ns 18 


17 


Rushing Yards 45 


154 


Passing 242 


120 


Comp-Att-Int 23-37-1 


11-19-0 


Return Yards 85 


177 


Punts-Avg. 647.7 


3-50.3 


Fumbles-Lost 1-1 


2-1 


Penallies-Yards 8-68 


2-10 


RUSHING-Maryland, Perry 15-50. Tennessee: Houston 9-34. 


PASSING-Maryland. McBnen. 11-19-0-120, Tennessee. Clausen 23-37- 

1-242 


RECEIVING-Maryland, Harrison 4-74. Tennessee Brown 5-75. 


Att: 68,330 




Curome Cox set a 
school bowl record 
with a 54-yard 
interception return 
for touchdown in the 
Peach Bowl. 



t^3E3Swi 




ARHiilROHirsSLiL'' W^- 



GATOR 
BOWL 

ALLTEL 
STADIUM 
JACKSONVILLE 
JAN. 1,2004 




Kii''' 'ili 



MARYLAND 41 
WEST VIRGINIA 7 

Former Mountaineer Scott McBrien threw for a career-high 381 
yards to help Maryland to a 41-7 victory over 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 
2001, 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 reach 10 wins for the third-straight year under coach 
Ralph Friedgen 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



West Virginia 
Mary[ajid _ 







7 



10 14 



10 



41 



1-UM - Novak 26-yard field goal 9:36 



1-UM - J Williams 31-yard pass from McBrien (Novak kick) 0:00 

2-UM - Suter 76-yard punt r eturn (Novak k ick) 13:55 

2-UM - J Williams 22-yard pass from McB nen (Novak kick) 7:49 



34JM 
3AW 
3-UM 



4-UM 



McBneri_2:Yard run (Novak kick) 8 40 
R Marshall IS-^iard run (Coo per k i ck) 6:10 
Nick Novak 24 -y3rd field g oal 1 :25 



Walker 14-yard punt retur n (Novak kick) 6:42 

'^ m 



wv 



First Downs 26 


9 


Rushes-Yards 48-141 


29-155 


Passing Yards 381 


86 


Comp-Att-Int 21-33-0 


11-1M 


Return Yards 114 


165 


Punts-Avg. 2-33.5 


742.4 


Fumbles-Lost 5-0 


2-2 


Penalties-Yards 645 


640 


RUSHING- Maryland, Peny 20-67. West Vmm 


Harris 6-56. 


PASSING- Maryland, McBrien 21-33-0-381. West Virginia: Marshall 

10-16-0-87. 


RECEIVING- Maryland, Suter 4-84. West Virginia 


Henry 346. 


Att: 78,892. 




Gator Bowl f/IVP 
Scott McBrien 
threw for a career- 
high 381 yards 
against his former 
team in his final 
college game. 



m 




ALL-TIME BOWL GAME RECORDS 



Individual Records 

RUSHING YARDS 

165 (23 carries). Lu Gambino vs. Georgia, 1948 Gator 
153 (28), Ed Modzeiewski vs Tennessee, 1952 Sugar 
159 (39), Charlie Wysocki vs Flonda, 1980 Tangerine 
132 (24), Alvin Blouni vs, Syracuse, 1985 Cherry 
1 27 (20), Steve Atkins vs. Flonda, 1 975 Gator 
126 (29), Louis Carter vs Georgia, 1973 Peach 
108 (8), Ed Vereb vs Oklahoma, 1956 Orange 
107 (12). Tommy Neal vs Tennessee, 1984 Sun 

RUSHING ATTEMPTS 

39, Charlie Wysocki vs Flonda, 1980 Tangenne 

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 

■ iroy jacKson vs Louisiana Teen 1990 Independence 

LONGEST TOUCHDOWN RUN 

57 yards. Tommy Meal vs Tennessee. 1984 Sun 

PASSING YARDS 

381 (21 of 33. 3 TD, Int.), Scott McBnen vs. West Virginia. 2004 

Gator 
257 (23 of 39, 1 TD, 1 int.). Shaun Hill vs Flonda, 2002 Orange 

251 (19of32.2TD, 1 1nt). Boomer Esiason vs. Washington. 1982 Atoha 
223(14 of 20.2TO, 1 Int.). Stan Gelbaugh vs Syraase. 1985 Cherry 
215 (17 of 28, 1 TO, 3 Int.). Scott Zolak vs Louisiana Tech. 1990 

Independence 
211 (12of20. OTD. 1 Int.), Larry Dick vs. (Minnesota. 1977 Hall 

of Fame 
201 ! 17 0' 28 1 TD 1 Int ), Frank Reich vs. Tennessee, 1984 Sun 

PASS COMPLETIONS 

23. Shaun Hill vs. Flonda, 2002 Orange 

PASS ATTEMPTS 

39, Shaun Hill vs Flonda, 2002 Orange 

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS 

3. Scott McBnen vs West Virginia. 2004 Gator 
2. Boomer Esiason vs Washington. 1982 Aloha 
2, Stan Gelbaugh vs. Syracuse. 1985 Cherry 
2. Scott Zolak vs Louisiana Tech. 1990 Independence 

LONGEST TOUCHDOWN PASS 

68 Louis Carter to Waller White vs Georgia. 1973 Peach 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

367 yards (minus 14 run. 381 pass), Scott McBrien vs. West 

Virginia. 2004 Gator 
288 yards (31 run. 257 pass). Shaun Hill vs. Flonda. 2002 Orange 

252 yards (1 run. 251 pass), Boomer Esiason vs. Washington, 
'983 Aloha 

RECEPTIONS 

S '26 , a-:; :-.■- ^ ,',':evs. Minnesota, l977HallofFame 

RECEIVING YARDS 

•;6 S -ec TD) Charlie White vs. Minnesota, 1977 Hall of 

Fame 
107 (5 rec.. 1 TD). Barry Johnson vs. Louisiana Tech. 1990 

Independence 
106 (2 rec 1 TDV Walter White vs Georgia, 1973 Peach 

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 

2. Jafar Williams from Scott McBnen vs. West Virginia. 2004 Gator 
1 . Lu Gambirw from John Baroni. 1948 Gator 
1 . Bob Shemonski from Ed Fullerton. 1952 Gator 

' Walter White 'rwr Louis Carter ''973 Peach 



1, Kim Hoover from Larry Dick, 1975 Gator 
1, Eric Sievers from Mark Manges, 1977 Cotton 
1 , Dave D'Addio from Boomer Esiason. 1982 Aloha 
1. John Tice from Boomer Esiason. 1982 Aloha 
1. Ferrell Edmunds from Frank Reich. 1984 Sun 
1 . Chris Knight from Stan Gelbaugh. 1985 Cherry 
1 . Azizuddin Abdur-Ra oof from Stan Gelbaugh, 1 985 Cheny 
1 , Mark Mason from Scott Zolak. 1990 Independence 
1 , Bany Johnson from Scott Zolak, 1990 Independence 
1, Jafar Williams from Shaun Hill. 2002 Orange 
1. Jo Jo Walker from Scott McBnen. 2004 Gator 

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE 

198 (84 rec. 114 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 (31 pass. 22 pass, 2 njn, 14 pass) vs. West 

Virginia, 2004 Gator 
3, Lu Gambino (35 run, 1 run, 24 rec.) vs. Missouri, 1948 Gator 
3, Ed Fullerton (2 mn. 7 pass, 46 int.) vs. Tennessee. 1952 Sugar 
3. Troy Jackson (2 njn. 2 run, 11 run) vs. Louisiana Tech, 1990 

Independence 

HELD GOALS 

5 (18, 48. 31, 22, 26 yds). Jess Atkinson vs. Tennessee, 1983 Citius 
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 AVERAGE 

53.0 (3 for 159 yds ). Lynn Beightol vs. Oklahoma, 1956 Orange 
52.4 (5 for 262 yds.), Mike Sochko vs. Houston, 1977 Cotton 

LONGEST PUNT 

77 yards. Mike SochKo vs Houston 1977 Cotton 

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN 

80 yards. Tommy Neal vs. Tennessee, 1983 Citrus 

LONGEST PUNT RETURN/FOR A TD 

76 ,a'ds Sle.e So;e' .s .'.es; '..'ginia, LCC4 Galor 

FUMBLE RETURN FOR A TD 

8 yard return, Scott Tye vs. Syracuse. 1985 Cherry 

INTERCEPTION RETURN FOR A TD 

54 .ard reiurn, Curome Cox «s. Tennessee. 2002 Peach 




Lu Gsmbmo holds the Msrylsnd record for rushing yirds /n a game 
with 165. 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 

16, 2004 Gator vs. West Virginia 

12. 1983 Citrus vs. Tennessee 

FEWEST FIRST DOWNS 

9, 1956 Orange vs. Oklahoma 

RUSHING YARDS 

289 yards 1952 Sugar .s Tennessee 

RUSHING ATTEMPTS 

54. 1980 Tangenne (177 yards) vs Florida 

54. 1984 Sun (229 yards) vs. Tennessee 

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 

3. 1950 Gator vs. Missoun 
3. 1984 Sun vs. Tennessee 
3. 1990 Independence vs. Louisiana Tech 

FEWEST RUSHING YARDS 

68, 1982 Aloha vs Washington 

PASSING YARDS 

381 yards, 2004 Gator vs. West Virginia 

PASS COMPLETIONS 

23, 2002 Orange vs. Flonda 

PASS ATTEMPTS 

43 1978 Sun vs Texas ■'" co.-^pletions) 

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS 

3. 2004 Gator vs. West Vrginia 

FEWEST PASSING YARDS 

16, 1950 Gator vs. Missoun 

TOTAL YARDS 

522, 2004 Gator vs. West Virginia (141 aish, 381 pass) 
467. 1985 Cherry vs. Syracuse (244 njsh. 223 pass) 

FEWEST TOTAL YARDS 

212. 1954 Orange vs. Oklahoma 

PASS INTERCEPTIONS 

4, 1952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 

FUMBLES LOST 

3. :973Peacr vs Gecrga 
3, 1974 Liberty vs. Tennessee 

PENALTY YARDS 

120 on 12 penalties. 1952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 



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1949 



The latum system was clicking by ttie tliird season under the new coach 
Maryland scored more points than in any previous season in its history 
- 266 to Its opponents' 81. Jim latum and a collection of new players 
lifted Maryland to its first ranl(ing in the AP poll. Newcomers such as Ed 
Modzelewski, Bob Ward, Bob Shemonski and junior All-America tackle Ray 
Krouse were instrumental in leading the Terrapins to eight decisive regular 
season victories, losing only to No, 13 Michigan State, 14-7 The Terps 
plowed through the opposition, and after beating No, 15 Boston U by a 14- 
13 count, earned the No, 15 poll position themselves, Maryland ended the 
regular season with a 13-0 shutout at Miami, The Terps earned their first 
bowl victory with a 20-7 rout of Missoun in the Gator Bowl, 

SOUTHERN CONF. STANDINGS 



RANKED 1 4™ 



AA t X © -£. 5. J. f. IL f: 



l^t;*l«siV*U'^t/fViVt*^.t*' I' 



47 29 ^ 55 « ^e 54 16 OS f» 31 



w* 



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 & Lee 


3-1-1 


3-5-1 


Duke 


4-2-0 


6-3-0 


Wm. & Marv 


4-2-0 


6-4-0 


The Citadel 


2-2-0 


4-5-0 


Clemson 


2-2-0 


4-4-2 


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. Washington 


2-3-0 


4-5-0 


NC State 


3-6-0 


3-7-0 


Virginia Tech 


1-5-2 


1-7-2 


Richmond 


2-6-0 


3-7-0 


Davidson 


1-5-0 


2-8-0 



SOUTHERN CONF. ROWL GAME 

Gator Jpv»L Maryland 20, Missouri 7 



MARYLAND RESULTS (9-1, 

9-1-0 (4-0, 4-1, 1-0) -SC; 4-0-0, 2nd 


4-0) 




Head Coacti: Jim Tatum I 


S24 




• at Virginia Tech 


w 


34-7 


S30 




Georgetown 


w 


33-7 


08 [-1 


1131 


at l^^ichigan State 


L 


7-14 


022 




• at NC State 


vt 


14-6 


029 




• Soulti Carolina * 


w 


44-7 


N5 




• George Washington 


Vi 


40-14 


N12 1-1 


[151 


at Boston Llniversity 


w 


14-13 


N24 [151 


H 


West Virginia 


w 


47-7 


D2 1141 


[-1 


all^iami 


w 


13-0 


Gator Bowl I 


J2 [141 


[20] 


Missouri ' 


w 


20-7 


' at Jacksonville, Fla, 


Gator Bowl) 










Ed "Mighty Mo" Modzelewski running for 
a TD at NC State on Oct. 22. 



1951 

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" Modzelewski's 153 rushing yards and a 
28-13 victory prompted Tennessee coach Bob Neyland to state, "We were 
soundly beaten by a superior team," 




SOUTHERN CONF 

so Overall 
Team W-L-T W-L-T 

Maryland 



VMI 



STANDINGS 

so 

Team W-L-T 

5-0-0 10-0-0 G. Washington 2-3-1 



5-0-0 7-3-0 



Wash & Lee 



5-1-0 6-4-0 



Wm, & Mary 



5-1-0 7-3-0 



North Carolina 
West Virginia 



2-3-0 
2-3-0 



Overall 
W-L-T_ 

2-8-0 
5-5-0 



NC State 



Clemson 
Duke 



3-1-0 7-3-0 



4-2-0 54-1 



Richmond 



2-6-0 
2-6-0 



3-7-0 
3-8-0 



South Carolina 5-3-0 54-0 



The Citadel 



1-3-0 4-6-0 



Fumian 



Wake Forest 



5-3-0 6-4-0 



1-4-1 3-6-1 



Davidson 



1-5-0 1-8-0 



Virgi nia Tec h ___1.-7-0_ _J-8-p 



SOUTHERN CONF. ROWL GAME 

Sugar BpwL Maryland 28, Tennessee 13 



MARYLAND RESULTS (10-0, 5-0) 



10-0-0 (5-0, 3-0, 2-0) • SC, 5-0-0, Co-Champions 






Head Coacti: J 


m Tatum 






S29 1161 


1-1 •atWashinqton&Lee 


W 


54-14 


06 191 


(-] • George Washington 


W 


33-6 


013 1101 


[-1 al Georgia 


W 


43-7 


O20 [71 


(-1 • North Carolina 


W 


14-7 


027 151 


(-1 al Louisiana Slate 


W 


27-0 


N3 141 


[-1 Missouri * 


W 


35-0 


N10 131 


[-1 Navy' 


W 


40-21 


N17 151 


[-1 • NC State 


W 


53-0 


N24 141 


(-1 • West Virginia 


w 


54-7 


Sugar Bowl 








J2 13] 


111 Tennessee' 


w 


28-13 


' at Baltimore, 


Md, (Memorial Stadium) 






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1952 

The amazing win streak continued in 1952. but it ended abruptly and 
Maryland was kept out of a bowl game despite its No 13 final ranking. The 
Terps had amassed 1 9 straight wins and 22 straight games without a defeat 
before falling 21-14 at Mississippi on Nov 15 The end came in the eighth 
game of a schedule that was revised heavily after Southern Conference 
teams refused to play Maryland because the Terps had chosen to play in 
the previous season's Sugar Bowl, Ole Miss scored a pair of fourth-quarter 
touchdowns to upend the Terps. and Maryland fell 27-7 to Alabama the 
following week to quell any hopes of a bowl bid Bemie Faloney and Jack 
Scarbath both were All-Amencans and Scarbath. a preseason favonte to 
win the Heisman Trophy, finished second in the balloting 



RANKED 1 3^" 




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Chet Hanutak 
raced past 
the Boston U. 
defenders for a 
15-yard TD on 
Nov. 1. 



MARYLAND RESULTS (7-2) 

7-2-0 (3-0, 4-2i 




Head Coach: J 
S20 [2[ 


m Talucr 






H 


al Missouri 


W 13-10 


S27 121 


H 


at Auburn 


W 13-7 


04 (31 


[-1 


Clemson 


W 28-0 


Oil 141 


[191 


at Georgia 


W 37-0 


018 121 


[201 


Naw 


W 38-7 


025 121 


H 


Louisiana State * 


W 34-« 


N1 121 


1-1 


al Boston U. 


W 34-7 


N15 131 


1111 


at Mississippi 


L 14-21 


N22 181 


1141 


at Alabama 


L 7-27 


1 




Ed "Migf}ty Mo" Modzelewski running for 
a TD at NC State on Oct 22. 



1953 

ACC CO-CHAMPIONS 

wiiege Parx is home to the nation s No 1 football team The Maryland gnd 
team swept past its 10 regular-season opponents with a perfect record and 
in so doing, scored a total of 298 points while limiting its opposition to a 
record 31 . Coach Jim Tatum was named the national coach of the year and 
many Old Line players were selected to vanous all-star teams. Operating 
out of the split T, Maryland ranked sixth in the nation in total offense with 
a 359 5-yard average. On defense, the team yielded only 193.2 yards per 
game and led the country in rushing (83 9) and sconng defense (31) Dunng 
the 53 campaign, the Terps made up for two defeats handed them in 1952 
by decisively beating Mississippi and Alabama. After the Terps downed 
Miami 30-0. Humcanes coach Andy Gustafson summed up the nation's 
top team by saying. 'Maryland has one of the greatest teams Ive ever 
seen ■ Maryland began the season v»ith a No. 9 preseason ranking by the 
Associated Press and took over the top spot in the polls on the final week of 
the regular season after the No, 2 Terps waxed ttie No 11 Crimson Tide, 21- 
0, The top-ranked and undefeated Terps tied No 18 Duke for the inaugural 
ACC title, but fell to 10-1 after losing the Orange Bowl to Oklahoma. 7-0. 



ACC STANDINGS 



NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 




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First row, from left: Duke Wyre. head trainer: Ed O'Connor: Ralph Felton: Stan Jones: co-captains Bob Morgan and Bemie Fakxiey; 
Chet Hanulak: Dick (^olan: Charles Lattmer: Marty Crytzer: Tom Breunich: John Irvine: Herb Hoffman Second row: John Bcrwersox: 
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 Merricks: Stan Polyanski: Geofge Albrecht 
Don Broughen Ralph Baierl: Russell Dennis: Bob Haroth: Jim Ryan: Joe Homing Fourth row: Dick O'Donnell: Jim Skarda: Bill Venter 
Ed Peny: John Uzick: Augie Waibel: Hal Tray: Lynn Szafranski: Gene Dyson: Frank Bartko: Gene Sullivan: Joe Ponzo: Vic Gikxia: Bob 
Pellegnni Fifth row: Ben Kopet: Dave Ritter Dick Porter: Jim Parsons: Tom McLuckie: John Weiaecowski: Roger Curry; Ray Bladcbum: 
George Claves; Bob Pivec: Jim Kilgallen; Martin Greenberg. head manager: John Lacey, assistant trainer Sixth row: Managers Tom Cox. 
Donald Date and Tom O'Rourke: Assistant coaches Tom Mont, Vem Seibert, Jack Hennemier. Warren Giese and Emmett Cheek: Head 
coach Jim Tatum: Assistant coaches Bob Ward. Bill Dovell and Eddie Teague 



Team 


ACC 

W-L-T Pts. 


0pp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp, 


Duke 


4*0 105 


27 


7-2-1 


217 


81 


Marytand 


3*0 70 


6 


10-1-0 


298 


38 


South Carolina 


2-3-0 58 


70 


7-3-0 


198 


97 


North Carolina 


2-W) 67 


99 


4*0 


173 


187 


Wake Forest 


2*0 52 


75 


3*1 


123 


157 


Clemson 


1-2-0 25 


34 


3-5-1 


139 


17? 


NC State 


0-3^) 14 


80 


1-W) 


80 


263 


Wainia 






1*0 


7S 


?4? 


ACC BOWL GAME 

Orange Bowl : Owahoma 7 , Maryland 









MARYLAND RESULTS (10-1, 

10-1-0 (5-0. 4-0. 1-1) -ACC: 3-0-0. Co-Champions 


3-01 




Head Coach: Jim Tatum I 


S19 191 


H 


at Missouri 




w 


2M 


326 (91 


H 


Washington & Lee 




W 


52-0 


03 (31 


H 


• al Clemson 




w 


2fr0 


O10 (41 


H 


Georgia 




w 


40-13 


017 (31 


H 


•al North Carolina 




w 


2W) 


023 [31 


H 


at Miami 




w 


3(H) 


O30 [21 


H 


•South Carolina**: 




w 


24* 


N7 (21 


H 


George Washington ' 




w 


27-6 


N14 (21 


(111 


Mississippi 




w 


38-0 


N21 (21 


[111 


Alattama 




w 


21-0 


OranqeBowl I 


JI (11 


(41 


Oklahoma' 




L 


07 


Final AP Poll #1 1 


'at Washington 


DC 


Griffith Stadium): ■" at Miami. Fla 


(Orange Bowl) 




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Entering the season ranked No. 3 in the nation, the Terps began the 1954 
campaign in convincing style, shutting out Kentucky 24-0 in their season 
opener But the Terps stumbled in their next game, losing a close 12-7 
decision to fourth-ranked UCLA. That dropped Maryland to No. 13 in the 
polls heading into its ACC matchup vs. Wake Forest. A 13-13 tie with the 
Demon Deacons sent the Terps tumbling out of the national rankings for 
the first time since 1950. IVIaryland rebounded to shut out North Carolina 
33-0 before dropping a 9-7 road decision to Miami. The Terps v*ent on to 
vwn their final five games by a combined score of 200-33, including a 74-1 3 
Thanksgiving Day shellacking of Missouri. Maryland finished the season 
with a No. 8 national ranking. 



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ACC STANDINGS 



Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


0pp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


0pp. 


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 


64-0 


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 


0-4-0 


27 


109 


2-8-0 


104 


193 


ACC BOWL GAME 

Orange Bowl: Duke 34, Nebraska 7 









MARYLAND RESULTS (7-2-1, 

7-2-115-0, 2-2-ll-ACC: 4-0-1, 2nd 


4-0-1) 


Head Coach: Jim Talum I 


S18 [31 


[-1 


at Kentucky 


W 24-0 


01 [61 


(41 


at UCLA 


L 7-12 


09 [131 


H 


•at Wake Forest 


T 13-13 


016 




•North Carolina 


W 33-0 


022 H 


(161 


at Miami 


L 7-9 


O30 




• at South Carolina 


W 20-0 


N6 




• NC Slate "' 


W 42-14 


N13 [171 


H 


• Clemson 


W 16-0 


N20 [13] 


I-l 


George Washington 


W 48-6 


N25 [101 


H 


Missouri 


W 74-13 


1 




f 954 co-captains Dick Bielsid (41) and 
John Irvine (50). 



1955 

ACC CO-CHAMPIONS 

For the second time in the ACC's first three years, Maryland and Duke tied 
for the league title with identical 4-0 records. The Terps finished third in 
both polls while the Blue Devils earned a 16th listing in the UPI poll The 
ACC posted a 22-18-1 mark against non-conference opponents Maryland 
led the nation in defense against the rush, allowing 83,9 yards per game. 
Maryland had a 15-game win streak snapped with a 20-6 loss to Oklahoma 
in the Orange Bowl. Terp center Bob Pellegrini was a consensus All- 
American and national college lineman of the year. 




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ACC STANDINGS 

ACC 
Team W-L-T Pts. 


Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


4-^0 


105 


26 


10-1-0 


217 


77 


Duke 


4-0-0 


94 


14 


7-2-1 


196 


95 


Clemson 


3-1-0 


79 


59 


7-3-0 


206 


144 


North Carolina 


3-3-0 


90 


102 


3-7-0 


117 


218 


Wake Forest 


3-3-1 


105 


100 


5-4-1 


131 


157 


South Carolina 


1-5-0 


75 


176 


3-6-0 


120 


209 


NC State 


0-2-1 


38 


71 


4-5-1 


206 


193 


Virginia 


0-4-0 


42 


80 


1-9-0 


96 


201 


ACC BOWL GAME 

Orange Bowl: Oklahoma 20, Maryland 6 



MARYLAND RESULTS (10-1, 

10-1-0 (5-0, 5-0. Oil -ACC "t-O-O, Co-Champions 


4-0) 


Head Coach: J 


m Tatum 




S17 [8] 


1-1 


at Missouri 


W 13-12 


S24 (51 


[11 


UCLA 


W 7-0 


01 (11 


(201 


atBavlor 


W 20-6 


08 (11 


H 


•Wake Forest 


W 28-7 


015 (2( 


H 


•at North Carolina 


W 25-7 


022 (21 


H 


at Syracuse 


W 34-13 


029 (11 


I-l 


•South Carolina* 


W 27-0 


N5 (11 


H 


Louisiana State 


W 13-0 


N12 (21 


H 


• at Clemson 


W 25-12 


N19 (21 


(-1 


George Washinalon 


W 19-0 


Orange Bov»l 1 


J2__ 131_ 
' at Miami, Fla. 


[11 


Oklahoma' 


L 6-20 


(Oranoe Bowl) 




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Bob Pellegrini accepts his national 
college lineman of the year award. 



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1973 



Jerry Claibomes second season as Maryland coach lifted the Terps to a 
5-1 mark in the ACC, and their first national ranking in 12 seasons. The 
Terps were 5-3 after a 42-22 loss lo No 6 Penn Slate, but three decisive 
wins over Virginia, Clerrson and Tulane earned Maryland a bid to its first 
bowl game since the 1956 Orange Bowl, Maryland dominated Georgia in 
the Peach Bowl, oulgaining the Bulldogs 461 to 284 on offense and dnving 
inside the Georgia 20-yard line seven limes. Four turnovers proved cosily, 
however, and after a 10-10 tie al mlemiission, all Maryland could muster 
were a pair of fourth-guarter field goals by Steve Mike-Mayer Defensive 
tackle Randy White earned the first of his two All-Amenca awards. 



ACC STANDINGS 




Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


0pp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


0pp. 


NC Slate 


6-0-0 


197 


93 


9-3-0 


396 


251 


Maryland 


5-1-0 


173 


50 


8-4-0 


335 


141 


Clemson 


4-2-0 


147 


129 


5-6-0 


231 


263 


Virginia 


3-3-0 


122 


161 


4-7-0 


199 


300 


Duke 


1-4-1 


58 


99 


2-8-1 


132 


204 


North Carolina 


1-M 


150 


159 


4-7-1 


242 


266 


Wake Fores) 


0-5-1 


3fi 


194 


1-9-1 


73 


326 


ACC BOWL GAMES 

Peach Bowl: Georqia 17 


, Maryland 16 






Liberty Bowl; 


NC Stale 3 


, Kansas 18 







MARYLAND RESULTS (8-4, 

84-0 [4.2, 3-1 1.JJ-ACC 5.1.0,2nd 


5-1) 




Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 


S15 




West Virginia 


L 


13-20 


S22 




■ at North Carolina 


W 


23-3 


S29 




Villanova 


W 


31-3 


06 




Syracuse 


W 


38-0 


013 




• at NC State 


L 


22-24 


O20 




■al Wake Forest 


W 


37-0 


027 




•Duke" 


W 


30-10 


N3 H 


161 


Penn Slate 


L 


22-42 


N10 




•Virqinia* 


W 


33-0 


N17 




■ al Clemson 


W 


28-13 


N24 1181 


[171 


Tulane 


W 


42-9 


Peach Bowl 










D28 [181 


H 


Georqia ' 


L 


16-17 


'at Norfolk, Va 


, ' at Atlanta, Ga, (Fulton County Stadium) 







Mi-Americans Randy White (94) and Paul 
Vellano (72) bring down Penn State's 
Heisman Trophy winner John Cappelletti 
on Nov. 3. 



1974 

ACC CHAMPIONS 

Maryland won its first conference championship in 18 years, sweeping 
past all six of its league opponents. It marked the 10th lime in conference 
history that a team had gone unbeaten in league play. The Terps extended 
their win streak against ACC foes to 10, Maryland took a top-10 ranking into 
the Liberty Bowl before falling to Tennessee, 7-3, and ending the season 
'3lfi In (tie final AP poll, Maryland's Randy White was a consensus All- 
Amencan and won both the Outland and Lombardi trophies. 



RANKED 1 3™ 




ACC STANDINGS 

ACC 
Team W-L-T Pts. Odd. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


0pp. 


War^and 


6*0 


198 35 


8-4-0 


316 


104 


Clemson 


4-2-0 


130 135 


7-4-0 


246 


250 


North Carolina 


4-2-0 


146 115 


7-50 


364 


279 


NC State 


4-2-0 


145 120 


9-2-1 


317 


241 


Duke 


2-4^) 


110 136 


6-50 


201 


208 


Virqinia 


1-50 


61 111 


4-7-0 


207 


239 


Wake P-y??' 


rvAji 


V 169 1-1^0 

MES 

inessee 7, Maryland 3 


74 


348 


ACC BOWL GAI 

Liberty Bowl: Te 




BluebonnetBowl: 


NCStat^l, Houston 31 






Sun Bowl: 


Mssissill State 26. North Carolina 24 








MARYLAND RESULTS (8-4, 

B-i-C ^5■:, 2-\. l-2i 'ACC, 5-C'-, C,^a,T.p,i.ii 


6-0) 




Head Coach: Jerry Claibome 


S14 (141 


PI 


Alabama 




L 


16-21 


821 [141 


H 


Rorida ' 




L 


10-17 


828 




• North Carolina 




W 


24-12 


05 




al Syracuse 




W 


31-0 


012 




•Clemson 




w 


41-0 


019 [181 


H 


•Wake Forest* 




w 


47-C 


026 [151 


I'Tl 


•NC State 




w 


20-1: 


N2 [151 


[101 


at Penn State 




L 


17-2- 


N9 [141 


H 


Villanova 




W 


41--: 


N16 [131 


H 


•Duke' 




W 


56-:; 


N23 [111 


H 


•al Virqinia 




W 


1(H) 


UbertyBowl 


D16 [101 


[201 


Tennessee' 




L 


3-7 


' at Tampa. Fla. Hampa Stadium); ' al Norfolk. Va. (Foreman Field): 


^al Memphis. 


fenn. (bberty Bowl Memonal Stadium) 










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1975 

ACC CHAMPIONS 

Maryland captured its second consecutive ACC gndiron title by posting 
a perfect 5-0 league mark and extending its win streak over conference 
opponents to 15, tying a league record. For the third straight year the Terps 
look part in postseason competition, defeating Flonda, 13-0, in the Gator 
Bowl Maryland, which led the league in total offense with 375.2 yards per 
game, set an ACC single-game total offense mark with 802 yards in a 62-24 
victory over Virginia, Nov 22. Maryland's John Schultz was the nation's top 
kickoff returner with a 31 .0 average. 



ACC STANDINGS 

ACC 
Team W-L-T Pts. 


Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


5-0-0 


182 


73 


9-2-1 


312 


150 


Duke 


3-0-2 


131 


84 


4-5-2 


197 


212 


NC State 


2-2-1 


131 


115 


7-4-1 


260 


210 


Wake Forest 


3-3-0 


145 


137 


3-8-0 


221 


264 


Clemson 


2-3-0 


102 


141 


2-9-0 


177 


381 


North Carolina 


1-4-1 


119 


159 


3-7-1 


207 


272 


Virginia 


0-5-0 


98 


226 


1-10-0 


175 


428 


ACC BOWL GAMES 

Gator Bowl: Maryland 


3, Florida 






Peach Bowl: 


WestVirqir 


ia13,NCState10 








MARYLAND RESULTS (9-2-1. 

9-2-1 (4-1,4-1-1, 1-0) -ACC: 5-0-0, Champions 


5-0) 


Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 1 


S6 [171 


H 


Villanova 


W 41-0 


S13 [141 


[201 


at Tennessee 


L 8-26 


S20 




• at North Carolina 


W 34-7 


S27 [201 


[-1 


at Kentucky 


T 10-10 


04 




Syracuse * 


W 24-7 


Oil 




• NC Slate 


W 37-22 


018 [191 


(-1 


• at Wake Forest 


W 27-0 


Nl 1141 


[91 


Penn State 


L 13-15 


N8 [161 


I-l 


at Cincinnati 


W 21-19 


N15 




•at Clemson 


W 22-20 


N22 [201 


H 


• Virginia 


W 62-24 


Gator Bowl I 


D29 [171 


[13] 


Florida ' 


W 13-0 


'at Jacksonville. Fla. 


Gator Bowl) 




1 



LeRoy Hughes stacks up the NC State 
QB with Randy White closing in on Oct. 
11. 



1976 



ACC CHAMPIONS 

The powerful Terrapins swept through the regular season undefeated and 
became only the second team in ACC history to win three conseculiv>^ 
league titles outnght. Coach Jerry Claibome's club ran its conference 
victory string to a record 20 straight The Terps appeared in a bowl for the 
fourth straight year losing to Southwest Conference champion Houston, 
30-21 , in the Cotton Bowl. Maryland tackle Joe Campbell was a consensus 
All-Amencan. Maryland's No 8 ranking in the final AP poll was the first Top 
1 finish by an ACC team since 1 960. 



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ACC STANDINGS 

ACC 
Team W-L-T Pts. Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


5-0-0 


111 24 


11-1-0 


294 


115 


North Carolina 


4-1-0 


144 102 


9-3-0 


243 


220 


Wake Forest 


3-3-0 


124 118 


5-6-0 


177 


206 


Duke 


2-3-1 


125 145 


5-5-1 


234 


245 


NC State 


2-3-0 


97 98 


3-7-1 


205 


258 


Virginia 


1-4-0* 


40 111 


2-9-0 


106 


266 


Clemson 


0-4-1 


76 123 


3-6-2 


172 


237 


"Loss to Virginia 


Tech counted 


as conference 


game 






ACC BOWL GAMES 

Cotton Bowl: Houston 30, Maryland 21 


Peach Bowl: 


Kentucky 21, North Carolina 







MARYLAND RESULTS (11-1, 

11-1-0 (6-0, 5-0, 0-1) -ACC: 5-0-0, Champions 


5-0) 


Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 


S11 1121 I 


-] Richmond 


W 31-7 


S18 [101 I 


-1 at West Virginia 


W 24-3 


S25 [81 ( 


-1 at Syracuse 


W 42-28 


02 [71 1 


-1 Villanova 


W 20-9 


09 [71 ( 


-1 • at NC State 


W 16-6 


016 [51 1 


-1 • Wake Forest 


W 17-15 


023 161 1 


-1 • at Duke 


W 30-3 


O30 [51 1 


-1 Kentucky 


W 24-14 


N6 [61 1 


-1 Cincinnati 


W 21-0 


N13 [61 [ 


-1 •Clemson* 


W 20-0 


N20 [61 [ 


-1 •at Virginia 


W 26-0 


Cotton Bowl 




J1 [41 1 


31 Houston' 


L 21-30 


< at Dallas, Texas ( 


l^ottonBowl) 






Mark Manges was featured on the cover 
of Sports Illustrated on Oct. 4. 








1978 

The Terps fired out o( the gales 8-0 including a 31-7 homecoming win 
over No, 20 NC Slate Maryland steadily rose in the polls, and after a 27- 
shutout of Duke, was No, 5 heading into a showdown at No, 2 Penn 
Stale The Nitlany Lions won a 27-3 decision in front of 78.019 which 
dropped Maryland to No, 13 in the polls. But after a 17-7 win at Virginia, 
the Terps were paired with Clemson for an ACC first-place showdown No 
11 Maryland and No 12 Clemson entered the regular-season finale both 
tied al 5-0 Clemson emerged from the Byrd Stadium shootout a 28-24 
victor The loss sent Maryland into a Sun Bowl matchup with Texas, where 
il suffered its worst bowl loss ever, 42-0. 



RANKED 20™ 




,,,4 -p^r* 










ACC STANDINGS 



Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. 0pp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Clemson 


6-0-0 


183 71 


11-1-0 


368 


131 


Maryland 


5-1-0 


159 62 


9-3-0 


261 


167 


NC State 


4-2-0 


133 112 


9-3-0 


280 


108 


North Carolina 


3-3-0 


124 132 


5-6-0 


199 


216 


Duke 


2-4-0 


56 108 


4-7-0 


108 


247 


Wake Forest 


1-5^) 


59 161 


1-10-0 


104 


274 


Virainia 


0*0 


75 143 


2-9-0 


139 


236 


ACC BOWL GAMES 

Sun Bowl: Texas 42. Maivland 


Tangerine Bowl: 


NC State 30, Pittsburgh 17 






Gator Bowl: 


Clemson 17, Ohio State 15 







MARYLAND RESULTS (9-3, 5-1) 



a ? 0(4- 1,5-1,0^1) -ACC; 5-1-0,2nd_ 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborn e 

S9 Tulane 



W 31-7 



SI 6 120) [-1 al Louisville 



W 24-17 



S23 [18] 



• at North Carolina 



W 21-20 



S30 [151 



Kentucky 



W 20-3 



07 [12] [201 -NC State" 



W 31-7 



014 [101 [-1 at Syracuse 



W 



021 [6L 



• Wake Forest 



028 [5L 



•at Duke 



24-9 
39-0 
27-0 



N4 



[51 [21 at Penn State 



L 3-27 



Nil [131 


[-1 


•at Virginia 


W 17-7 


N18 [111 


[121 


• Clemson 


L 24-28 


Sun Bowl 



D23 [131 [141 Texas' 



I 0-A2 



' at El Paso, Texas (Sun Bowl) 




Jim O'Hare threw for a ID in the 
homecoming win on Oct. 7. 



Terps' 



1982 

Junior quarterback Boomer Esiason led the Ten-apins and first-year head 
coach Bobby Ross to a seven-game midseason win streak which earned 
Maryland its first national ranking in two seasons After early season losses 
at No, 7 Penn State and No, 17 West Virginia. Maryland scored points at 
will while rolling through its ACC schedule. The Ten^pins' 31-point average 
was second only to its undefeated season of 1951. and Ross was named 
the national coach of the year by the Washington Touchdown Club A 31- 
24 win at No, 10 North Carolina put Maryland back in the rankings, and 
another shootout with Clemson would determine the ACC champion. No, 
16 Maryland was invited to the inaugural Aloha Bowl in Honolulu where it 
sun^ndered a last-second touchdown to No, 9 Washington, losing 21-20. 



RANKED 20™ 




ACC STANDINGS 



\ Team 


ACC 

W-L-T Pts. Odd. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp, 


Clemson 


6-0-0 196 95 


9-1-1 


289 


147 


} Maryland 


5-1-0 222 121 


84-0 


373 


220 


North Carolina 


3-3-0 146 100 


8-4^ 


348 


149 


k Duke 


3-3^) 172 179 


6-5^ 


307 


290 


NC State 


3-3^ 111 131 


6-5-0 


206 


255 


t Virqinla 


1-5-0 92 214 


2-W) 


208 


320 


Wake Forest 


^W) 91 186 


3*0 


200 


286 


f GeofgiaTedi 




6*0 


239 


286 


\ ACC BOWL GAMES 

Aloha Bowl. Washington 21. 


Uarvland20 






1 Sun Bowl: 


Nortti Carolina 26. Texas 10 







MARYLAND RESULTS (8-4, 

84-0 (5-1, 3-2, 0-1) -ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 


5-1) 




Head Coach: 


SobbyRoss 






S11 (-1 


(71 


at Penn State 


L 


31-39 


S18 [-1 


|171 


al West Virginia 


L 


18-19 


S25 




•NC State 


W 


23^ 


02 




al Syracuse 


W 


26-3 


09 




Indiana Slate 


w 


38-0 


016 




•Wake Forest 


w 


52-31 


023 




• Duke "^ 


w 


49-22 


O30 [-1 


(101 


•at North Carolina 


w 


31-24 


N7 (191 


1-1 


Miami 


w 


18-17 


N13 118] 


1111 


•Clemson 


L 


22-24 


N20 [191 


l-I 


•alVirqmia 


W 


45-14 


Aloha Bowl 


D25 [161 


19) 


Washinqton' 


L 


20-21 


' at Honolulu, Hawaii {/M\a Stadium) 




Willie Joyner ran for a 15-yard TD in a 
win over Indiana State on Oct 3. 




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1983 



ACC CHAMPIONS 

Maryland claimed its first ACC title since 1976, finistiing 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 regular season and wrapped up the 
ACC crown topping NC State on the road, 29-6. 



' S^ ■ 35fGS?5?i^'^-»»-- 



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«* «* 



ACC STANDINGS 



Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. 0pp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts, 


Opp, 


Maryland 


6-0-0 


154 71 


8-4-0 


316 


253 


North Carolina 


4-2-0 


184 117 


84-0 


337 


216 


Georgia Tech 


3-2-0 


147 140 


3-8-0 


222 


313 


Duke 


3-3-0 


150 183 


3-8-0 


246 


350 


Virginia 


3-3-0 


145 150 


6-5-0 


252 


280 


NC Slate 


1-5-0 


108 159 


3-8-0 


236 


246 


Wake Forest 


1-5-0 


150 218 


4-7-0 


257 


281 


Clemson* 






9-1-1 


338 


200 


* Not eligible for championship by conference action 


ACC BOWL GAMES 

Florida Citrus Bowl: Tennessee 30, Maryland 23 


Peach Bowl: 


Florida State 28, North Carolina 3 





MARYLAND RESULTS (8-4, 

84-0 (5-1,3-2, 0-1) -ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 


6-0) 




Head Coach: 


Bobbv Ross 








S10 [171 


H 


at Vanderbilt 




w 


21-14 


S17 [17] 


[201 


West Virginia 




L 


21-31 


S24 [-1 


[171 


Pittsburgh 




W 


13-7 


01 [191 


H 


• Virginia 




w 


23-3 


08 [161 


H 


Syracuse 




w 


34-13 


015 [161 


H 


•at Wake Forest 




w 


36-33 


022 [151 


H 


• Duke "" 




w 


38-3 


029 [131 


13] 


• North Carolina 




w 


28-26 


N5 [71 


(31 


at Auburn 




L 


23-35 


N12 (111 


117] 


• at Clemson * 




L 


27-52 


N1?_ . [20]_ 
Florida Citrus 

D17 [161 


H 


• at NC State 




W 


29-6 


Bowl 










1-1 


Tennessee ' 




L 


23-30 


' at Orlando, Fia (Florida Citrus Bowl) I 


■ Clemson me 


qible fo 


r ACC title, game counts as 


Maryland win in ACC standings I 








1 




Frank Reich led the Terps to an upset 
win over Pittsburgh in his first college 
start on Sept. 24. 



1984 



ACC CHAMPIONS 

Maryland pocketed the championship for the second year in a row and 
earned its fifth outright crown over the past 11 seasons. The title was 
not decided until the season's final weekend when the Terps knocked 
off Virginia, 45-34, for the league crown. Maryland, trailing Miami 31-0 
at the half on Nov, 10, rallied for 42 second-half points to beat the No, 6 
Hurncanes. 42-40, setting a record for the greatest comeback in NCAA 
Division l-A football history The Terps, taking part in their third straight bowl 
game, defeated Tennessee in the Sun Bowl, 28-27 



RANKED 1 2™ 




ACC STANDINGS 



Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


6-0-0 


204 102 


9-3-0 


380 


280 


Virginia 


3-1-2 


189 108 


8-4-0 


337 


216 


North Carolina 


3-2-1 


119 125 


5-5-1 


234 


274 


Wake Forest 


3-3-0 


91 124 


6-5-0 


205 


232 


Georgia Tech 


2-2-1 


114 81 


6-4-1 


296 


201 


Duke 


1-5-0 


67 162 


2-9-0 


128 


301 


NC State 


1-5-0 


97 179 


3-8-0 


263 


311 


Clemson' 






7-4-0 


346 


215 


' Not eligible for 


championship by conference action 






ACC BOWL GAMES 

Sun Bowl: Maryland 28, Tennessee 27 


Peach Bowl: 


Virq 


nia 27, Purdue 24 









MARYLAND RESULTS (9-3, 

9-3-0 (2-2, 5-1, 2-01 -ACC. 6-0-0 Champions 


6-0) 


Head Coach; 


Jobby Ross 




S8 




Syracuse 


L 7-23 


S15 




Vanderbilt 


L 14-23 


S22 [-1 


[171 


at West Virginia 


W 20-17 


S29 




• Walte Forest 


W 38-17 


06 I-l 


("1 


at Penn Stale 


L 24-25 


013 




■ NC State ■^ 


W 44-21 


027 




•at Duke 


W 43-7 


N3 




• at North Carolina 


W 34-23 


N10 1-1 


[61 


at Miami 


W 42-40 


N17 [-1 
N24 1181 


(201 


■ Clemson ' 


W 41-23 


[-1 


■atVirainIa 


W 45-34 


Sun Bowl 1 


022 112J 


H 


Tennessee' 


W 28-27 


' at Baltimore, 


Md (M 


morial Stadium); ' at B Paso, Texas (S 


un Bowl) 







s^ 




Rick Badanjek was named ACC player of ' 
(he week after leading the Terps to a win t 



over NC State on Oct 13. 



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1985 



ACC CHAMPIONS 

Maryland niadt; il three championships in a row and six in 12 years by 
finishing unbeaten in ACC play For the fourth straight year and 1 1 th lime in 
13 seasons, the Terps took part in postseason play, knocking off Syracuse 
in the Cherry Bowl. 35-18 Maryland extended its ACC winning streak 
to 17 games with a 33-21 litle-clinching victory over Virginia on the final 
weekend of the season. Offensive tackle J.D, tvlaarleveld was tabbed as a 
consensus All-American. 



RANKED 1 S™ 



) ACC STANDINGS 



Team 


ACC 

W-L-T Pts. Opp, 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts, 


Opp. 


Maryland 


6-0^) 192 


92 


9-3-0 


326 


192 


Georgia Tech 


5-1-0 136 


55 


9-2-1 


252 


132 


Clemson 


4-3-0 167 


122 


6-6-0 


244 


222 


Virginia 


4-3-0 172 


150 


6-5-0 


262 


217 


North Carolina 


3-4-0 129 


154 


5-6-0 


224 


223 


Duke 


2-M 94 


174 


4-7-0 


193 


252 


NC State 


2-5-0 121 


189 


3-8-0 


186 


305 


Wake Forest 


1-6-0 99 


174 


4-7-0 


212 


249 


ACC BOWL GAMES 

Cherry Bowl: Maryland 35, Syracuse 18 


Independence Bow 


; Minnesota 20, Clemsoni 3 






All-American Bowl: 


Georqia Tech 17, Michigan Slate 14 






MARYLAND RESULTS (9-3, 

9-3-0(4-1, 3-1, Ml -ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 


6-0) 


Head Coach: Bol)by Ross 1 


S7 [71 


[191 Penn State 


L 18-20 


S14 [17] 


[-1 Boston College ' 


W 31-13 


S21 [17] 


[-1 West Virqinia 


W 28-0 


S28 (171 


[121 al Michiqan 


L 0-20 


05 


• at NC Stale 


W 31-17 


019 


•at Wake Forest 


W 26-3 


026 


•Duke 


W 40-10 


N2 


•North Carolina* 


W 28-10 


N9 f-1 


[81 Miami ' 


L 22-29 


N16 


• at Clemson 


W 34-31 


N29 


• Virqinia 


W 33-21 


Cherry Bowl 






D21 


Syracuse ' 


W 35-18 


' at Foxtmro, Mass (Sullivan Stadium): ' al Baltimore, Md, (Memorial Stadium), 
' at Ponliac, Mich (Pontiac Silverdome) 






Dan Plocki kicked a game-winning field 
goal with three seconds leH to lift the 
Terps past Clemson on Nov. 16. 



2001 

ACC CHAMPIONS 

Under first-year head coach Ralph Fhedgen. the consensus national 
Coach of the Year, the Terps claimed their first ACC title since 1985, 
Maryland became the first team other than Flonda State to win the ACC 
tide outnght since the Seminoles joined the league m 1992, Maryland was 
selected to the Bowl Championship Senes for the first time, meeting Flonda 
in the FedEx Orange Bowl at Pro Player Stadium in Miami. E.J. Henderson 
was ACC Player of the Year and a consensus All-American. 



RANKED 11™ 



ACC STANDINGS 

^ ACC 

Team W- L-T Pis. Opp. 

I Maryland 7-1-0 271 173 

Flond a State 6-2-0 304 194 

I North Carolina 5-3-0 237 145 



Overall 

W-L-T Pts. Opp. 




10-2-0 413 266 



8-4-0 403 304 



8-5-0 337 271 



Georgia Tech 
f NC State 



4-4-0 246 215 



8-50 405 281 



4-4-0 212 185 



7-5-0 319 257 



Clemson 



4-4-0 246 268 



I Wake Forest 3-SO 213 247 



7-5-0 369 339 
6-5-0 292 311 



Virqinia 
9 Duke 



3-50 178 244 



5-7-0 249 331 



(W) 164 390 



0-11-0 212 491 



I ACC BOWL GAMES 

FedEx Orange Bowl: Fl onda 56, Maryland 2 3 

Toyota Gator BowL^ 



Flohda 3Be 30. Virginia Tech 17 



Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl: North Carolina 1 6. Aubum 10 



I Humanitari an Bowl: Clemson 49. Louisiana Tech 24 

Seattl e Bowl: 
f Tangerine Bowl: 



Georgia Tech 24. Stanford 14 



Pittsbutqh34. NCStatelO 



MARYLAND RESULTS (10-2, 

10-2-0 (7-0. 3-1. 0-1) -ACC: M-0, ChamBiois 


7-1) 




Ralph Friedgen is interviewed by ESPN 


Head Coach: Ralph Fhedgen I 


81 -North Carolina 


w 


23-7 


88 Eastern Mchkjan 


w 


50-3 


822 -at Wake Forest 


w 


27-20 


829 West Virginia 


w 


32-20 


06 [251 (-1 -Virginia 


w 


41-21 


Oil [221 1151 -at Georgia Tech 


w 


0120-17 


O20 1121 [-1 -Duke* 


w 


59-17 


027 1101 [181 -at Florida Stale 


L 


31-52 


N3 [151 [-1 Troy State 


w 


47-14 


N10 (131 (-1 -Clemson 


w 


37-20 


N17 (101 (-1 - at NC State 


w 


23-19 


FedEx Orange Bowl 1 


J2 [61 [51 Ftaida' 


L 


23-56 1 


after Maryland captured the 2001 ACC 


' at Miami, Fla. (Pro Player Stadium) 


crown with a win over Clemson on 




Nov. 10. 



157 



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2002 

Maryland closed the season by winning 10 of its final 11 games to match 
the 1976 team for most wins in school history (11) 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 1985 - a 30-3 defeat of Tennessee in 
the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. Linebacker EJ, Henderson, the first two-time 
consensus All-Amencan in H/laryland history, won the Bednarik (nation's 
outstanding defensive player) and Butkus (nation's outstanding linebacker) 
awards, A school-record eight players were named first team AII-ACC, 



ACC STANDINGS 



Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


0pp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Flonda State 


7-1-0 


275 


142 


9-5-0 


428 


301 


Maryland 


6-2-0 


247 


161 


11-3-0 


451 


228 


Virginia 


6-2-0 


220 


185 


9-5-0 


402 


348 


NC State 


5-3-0 


192 


127 


11-3-0 


460 


238 


Georgia 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 


1-7-0 


113 


285 


3-9-0 


223 


421 


Duke 


0-8-0 


137 


254 


2-10-0 


227 


353 


ACC BOWL GAMES 

Chlck-fil-A Peach Bowl: Maryland 30, Tennessee 3 
Nokia Sugar Bowl: Georgia 26, Flonda State 13 


Mazda Tangerine Bowl: 


Texas Tech 55, Clemson 13 






Toyota Gator Bowl 




NC State 28, Notre Dame 6 






Continental Tire Bowl: 


Virginia 48. Wes 


Virginia 22 






Silicon Valley Classic: 


Fresno State 30 


Georgia Tech 21 




Seattle Bowl: 




Wake Forest 38 


Oregon 17_ 







MARYLAND RESULTS (11-3, 

11-3-0 (6-1, 3-1, 1-1) • ACC: 6-2-0, T-2nd 


6-21 




A25 [211 


H 


vs. Notre Dame' 






L 


0-22 


87 




Akron 






W 


44-14 


S14 I-l 


(51 


• Florida State 






L 


10-37 


S21 




E. Michigan 






W 


45-3 


328 




Wofford 






W 


37-8 


05 




at West Virginia 






w 


48-17 


017 




• Georpia 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 (191 


I-l 


• at Clemson 






w 


30-12 


N23 [181 


1-1 


• at Virginia 






L 


13-48 


N30 [251 


I-l 


• Wake Forest 






W 


32-14 


Chick-fil-A Peacti Bowl | 


D31 [181 


H 


vs Tennessee- 






W 


30-3 1 


' at East Rutherford, N J (Giants Stadium); ' 


at Atlanta, Ga 


(Georgia Dome) | 




"^"'f^ 



QB Scott McBrlen leaps into the end zone 
for the game-winning touchdown against 
NC State on Nov. 9. 



2003 

After starting its season 0-2, Maryland finished the season by winning 10 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 10 games 
after starting 0-2. The Terps finished 2003 10-3, winning the Toyota Gator 
Bowl by a resounding 41-7 margin over regional nval West Virginia, a team 
they had beaten once already earlier in the season Scott McBnen was 
named the game's MVP after posting a career performance (21-33, 381 
yards, 3 TDs, int, 2 rush TD) against his fomier school. Ralph Fnedgen's 
31 wins in three years marked the seventh-most in NCAA history by a third- 
year coach and most-ever by an ACC coach. Ten players were named first 
or second team AII-ACC, most by any team in the league. 



RANKED 1 7™ 




6 iS \^. is 27 2t 27 •"' 3J 



•\ ^4* 1 \0 n 13 19 23 24 W 37 4< 5J ISjA 7J. 



ACC STANDINGS 



Team 


ACC 
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 


Virginia 


44-0 


187 


164 


8-5-0 364 


265 


Georgia 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 


4-8-0 210 


343 


North Carolina 


1-7-0 


184 


322 


2-10-0 317 


459 


ACC BOWL GAMES 

Toyota Gator Bowl: Maryland 41 , West Virginia 7 


FedEx Orange Bow 


: 




Miami 16, Florida State 14 




Mazda Tangerine Bowl: 




NC State 56, Kansas 26 




Continental Tire Bowl: 




Virginia 


23, Pittsburgh 16 




Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl: 




Clemson 27, Tennessee 14 




Humanitarian Bowl 






Georgia 


Tech 52, Tulsa 10 





MARYLAND RESULTS (10-3, 6-2) 

10-3-0(6-0, 3-3, 1-01 'ACC 6-2-Q, 2nd 


Head Coach: Ralph Fnedgen 


«8JL5i Ji 


al Northern Illinois 


L 13-20 ot 


S6 I-l 1111 


• al Flonda Stale 


L 10-35 


S13 


The Citadel 


W 61-0 


820 


West Virginia 


W 34-7 


827 


at Eastern Michigan 


W 37-13 


04 


• Clemson 


W 21-7 


Oil 


•Duke 


W 33-20 


023 


■at Georgia Tech 


L 3-7 


N1 
N13 


•North Carolina* 


W 59-21 


• Virginia 


W 27-17 


N22 


■aINC State 


W 26-24 


N29 


•at Wake Forest 


W 41-28 


Toyota Gator Bowl 1 


J1 [231 (201 


vs. West Virginia' 


W 41-7 1 


Final AP Poll #17 


' at Jacksonville, Fla. (ALLTEL Stadium) 






Nicli Novak celebrates his game-winning 
kick to beat NC State on Nov 22. 



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ALL-AMERICANS 



Consensus 
First-Team 
Selections 

1951 Bob Ward 


G 


1952 Dick Modzelewski 


T 


Jack Scarbath 


QB 


1953 Stan Jones 


T 


1955 Bob Pellegrini 


C 


1961 Gary Collins 


E 


1974 Randv White 


DT 


1976 Joe Campbell 


DT 


1979 Dale Castro 


PK 


1985 J.D. Maarleveld 


OT 


2001 E.J. Henderson 


LB 


2002 E.J. Henderson 


LB 


1 


Associated Press 

First Team 


1950 Bob Ward 


G 


1951 Bob Ward 


G 


1952 Jack Scarbath 


OB 


Dick Modzelewski 


T 


1953 Stan Jones 


T 


1955 Bob Pellegrini 


C 


1973 Randv White 


DT 


1974 Randv White 


DT 


2001 E.J, Henderson 


LB 


2002 E.J. Henderson 


LB 


Second Team 


1923 BillSupplee 


E 


1928 Gerald Snyder 


FB 


1949 RavKrouse 


T 


1951 Dick Modzelewski 


T 


Ed Modzelewski 


FB 


1953 Bernie Falonev 


QB 


1954 Bill Walker 


E 


1961 Gary Collins 


E 


1976 Joe Campbell 


DT 


1984 Eric Wilson 


LB 


Walter Camp 

1951 Bob Ward 


G 


1952 Dick Modzelewski 


T 


Jack Scarbath 


QB 


1953 Stan Jones 


T 


1955 Bob Pelleqrini 





1961 Gary Collins 


E 


1974 Randv White 


DT 


1979 Dale Castro 


PK 


2001 E.J. Henderson 


LB 


2002 . E.J. Henderson 


LB 


UPI 

First Team 


1951 Bob Ward 


G 


1952 Jack Scarbath 


OB 


Dick Modzelewski 


T 


1953 Stan Jones 


T 


1955 Bob Pelleqnni 


C 


1961 Garv Collins 


E 


1974 Randy White 


DT 



FIRST-TEAM SELECTIONS 



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1 ini' 


ii 


1 




Sob Ward 



Dick Modzelewski Jack Scarbath S(an Jones 



International News 
Service 

First Team 



1979 Dale Castro 


PK 


1985 J.D. Maarleveld 


OT 


Second Team 


1950 Bob Ward 


G 


1951 Ed Modzelewski 


FB 


1953 Bernie Faloney 


QB 


1955 Mike Sandusky 


T 


Bill Walker 


E 


1973 PaulVellano 


DG 


1976 Joe Campbell 


DT 


American Football 
Coaches Assoc. 

First Team 


1961 Garv Collins 


E 


1973 PaulVellano 


DG 


1974 Randy White 


DT 


1976 Joe Campbell 


DT 


1985 J.D. Maarleveld 


OT 


2002 E.J. Henderson 


LB 


Football News 

First Team 


1984 Eric Wilson 


LB 


2001 E.J. Henderson 


LB 


2002 E.J. Henderson 


LB 


Second Team 


1995 Stephen Ingram 


OT 


1999 LaMont Jordan 


RB 


2001 Bruce Perrv 


RB 


Brooks Barnard 


P 


Football Writers 
Association 

First Team 


1961 Garv Collins 


E 


1974 Randv White 


DT 


1976 Joe Campbell 


DT 


1979 Dale Castro 


PK 


2001 E.J. Henderson 


LB 


2002 E.J. Henderson 


LB 



1951 


Bob Ward 


G 


1952 


Jack Scarbath 


QB 




Dick Modzelewski 


T 


1953 


Stan Jones 


T 




Bernie Falonev 


QB 


1955 


Bob Pellegrini 


C 


Second Team 


1952 


Tom Cosqrove 


C 


1953 


Chet Hanulak 


HB 


1955 


Ed Vereb 


HB 


The Sporting News 

First Team 


1951 


Bob Ward 


G 


1952 


Jack Scarbath 


QB 




Dick Modzelewski 


T 


1953 


Stan Jones 


T 




Bernie Falonev 


OB 


1955 


Bob Pellegrini 


C 




Mike Sandusky 


T 


1974 


Randy White 


DT 




Steve Mike-Mayer 


PK 


1976 


Joe Campbell 


DT 


1979 


Dale Castro 


PK 


1984 


Kevin Glover 


C 


1985 


J.D. Maarieveld 


OT 


2001 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


Second Team 


1976 


Ed Fulton 


OG 


1983 


Boomer Esiason 


OB 




Ron Soil 


OG 


2002 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 




Steve Suter 


SP 


2003 


Randy Starks 


DT 


2004 


Domonique Foxworth 


CB 




Shawne Merriman 


DE 


Third Team 


1999 


LaMont Jordan 


RB 




Lewis Sanders 


DB 


2002 


Matt Crawford 


OT 




Madieu Williams 


FS 



Bob Pellegrir}i 



Gary Collins 




Randy White Joe Campbell 

f7^ 




Dale Castro 



J.D. Maarleveld 




E.J. Henderson 



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OUTSTANDING AWARD WINNERS 



Walter Camp 
' Memorial Trophy 

(Player of the Year) 

iqss Bob Pellegrini 

Heisman Trophy 

(Outstanding Player) 

1952 JackScarbath 

(mnner-up) 

Chuck Bednarik 
Award 

(Outstanding Def. Player of the Year)_ 
2002 E.J.Henderson 



UPI Lineman off the 
Year 

1955 Bob Pellegrini C 

1974 Randy White DT 



QB 



LB 



Outland Trophy 

(Lineman of the Year) 

1952 Dick Modzelew skI 

1974 Randy White 



Lombardi Trophy 

(Lineman of the Year) 

1974 Randy White 



DT 



DT 



Butkus Award 

(Outstanding Linebacker of the Year) 

2002 EJ Henderson 

National Coach off 
the Year 

(The Sporting News) 

1953 Jim Tatum 
1974 Jerry Claibome 
2001 Ralph Friedgen 

(Washingto n Touchdown Club) 
1982 Bobby Ross 

(Associated Press) 

2001 Ralph Fri edgen 

(ESPN/Home Depot) 
2001 Ra lph Friedgen 



LB 



(Bobby Dodd) 

2001 Ralph Friedgen 

(Eddie Robinson/FWAA) 
2001 Ralph Friedgen 

(Football News) 

2001 Ralph Fnedgen 

(Walter Camp Foundation) 

2001 Ralph Friedgen _ 

(CNN/SI) 

2001 Ra lph Friedgen 



Postseason MVP 
Honors 

(Blue-Gray Game) 

1971 Guy Roberts 
1986 Chuck Faucette 
1998 Eric Ogbogu 



E 

LB 
DE 





(Coaches All-America Game) 

1974 Louis Carter 


TB 


(Liberty Bowl) 


1974 Randy White 


OT 


(Gator Bowl) 


1975 Steve Atkins 


RB 


2004 Scott McBrien 


2004 


(Sun Bowl) 





1984 RickBadaniek 


RB 


(Cherry Bowl| 


1985 SlanGelbaugh 


QB 


Scott Schankweiler 


LB 


(Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl) 





2002 E. J. H enderson (Def. MVP) 



LB 



Scott McBrien (Off. MVP) QB 






V> 




Guy Roberts 



Chuck Faucette 



Eric Ogbogu 



Louis Carter 



Steve Atkins 



Rick Badanjek 



Star] Gelbaugh Scott Schankweiler 



HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICANS 



1931 


Jess Kraicovic 


G 




Ray Poppelman 


QB 


1934 


Ed Minion 


T 




Nonwood Solhoron 


FB 




Vic Willis 


E 


1935 


Bill Guckeyson, 


HB 




Vic Willis 


E 


1936 


Bill Guckeyson 


HB 


1937 


Jim Meade 


HR 


1940 


Ralph Albarano 


T 




Bob Smith 


C 


1942 


Paul Flick 


C 




Tommy Mont 


OB 


1947 


Lu Gambino 


HB 




Gene Kinney 


C 


1948 


RayKrouse 


T 




Elmer Winqate 


E 


1950 


Ed ModzelewskI 


FB 


1951 


Dave Cianelli 


FB 




Tom Cosqrove 







Joe Petnjzzo 


HB 




Jack Scartwth 


OB 


1952 


Stan Jones 


T 


1953 


Ralph Felton 


FB 




Chet Hanulak 


H» 




John Irvine 


C 




BobMoman 


T 




Bll walker 


E 


1954 


Dk^kBtelski 


FB 




Jack Bowersox 


G 





John Irvine 


C 




George Palahunik 


G 




Bob Pellegrini 


G 




Ronnie Waller 


HB 




Bill Walker 


E 


1955 


Jack Davis 


G 




Ed Heurinq 


T 




Mike Sandusky 


T 




Frank Tamburello 


QB 


1956 


GeneAlderton 


C 




Jack Davis 


G 




Mike Sandusky 


T 


1957 


GeneAlderton 


C 




Rod Breedlove 


G 




Ed Cooke 


E 


1958 


Rod Breedkive 


G 




Fred Cole 


T 




Ben Scott! 


E 


1959 


Rod Breedtove 


G 




Gary Collins 


E 




Tom Gunderman 


G 




Jim Joyce 


FB 




Kurt Schwatz 


T 


1960 


Dale Betty 


QB 




Gary Collins 


E 


1961 


Bob Hacker 


C 


1962 


Tom Brown 


HB 




Walter Rock 


G 




Dick Shiner 


OB 




Roger Shoals 


T 



1965 


Bob Sullivan 


DB 


1969 


Ralph Sonntag 


OT 


1970 


Guy Roberts 


DE 


1972 


Bob Smith 


DB 




Paul Vellano 


DG 


1973 


Louis Carter 


TB 




Bob Smith 


DB 




Randy White 


DT 


1974 


Louis Carter 


TB 




Steve Mike-Mayer 


PK 




Stan Rogers 


OT 




Bob Smitti 


DB 




Hany Walters 


LB 




Walter White 


TE 


1975 


Kevin Benson 


LB 




Jim Brechbiel 


DB 




Paul Divito 


DG 




LeRoy Hughes 


DE 


1976 


Brad Can- 


LB 




Ed Fulton 


DG 




Mari( Manges 


QB 




Ken Roy 


DB 




Tom Schick 


OT 




Larry Seder 


DG 


1977 


Ted Klaube 


DG 


1978 


Steve Atkins 


TB 




Lloyd Burruss 


DB 




Charles Johnson 


DT 




Bnjce Palmer 


DG 


1979 


Lany Stewart 


OT 





Chariie Wysocki 


TB 


1980 


Lloyd Burruss 


DB 




Marlin Van Horn 


DG 




Charlie Wysocki 


TB 


1982 


Jess Atkinson 


PK 




Mark Duda 


OT 




Boomer Esiason 


QB 




Dave Pacella 


OT 




John Tlce 


TE 


1983 


Jess Atkinson 


PK 




Clarence Baldwin 


DB 




Boomer Esiason 


QB 




Pete Koch 


DT 




Ron Solt 


OG 




Eric Wilson 


LB 


1984 


Rick Badanjek 


RB 




Al Covington 


DB 




Ferrell Edmunds 


TE 




Chuck Faucette 


LB 




Kevin Glover 


C 




Greg Hill 


WR 




Len Lynch 


OG 




Bmce Mesner 


DG 


1985 


Rick Badaniek 


FB 




Al Covington 


DB 




Keeta Covington 


DB 




Fenell Edmunds 


TE 




Chuck Faucette 


LB 




Len Lynch 


OG 




J.D. Maarieveld 


OT 





Bruce Mesner 


DG 


1986 


Chuck Faucette 


LB 




Bmce Mesner 


DG 




Keeta Covington 


DB 




Ferrell Edmunds 


TE 


1987 


Ferrell Edmunds 


TE 




Kevin Walker 


LB 


1988 


MattD'Amico 


LB 




Ben Jefferson 


OT 




Dan Plocki 


PK 




Wanen Powers 


DT 




Scott Saytor 


LB 


1989 


Uny Webster 


DT 


1990 


Barry Johnson 


WR 


1992 


Marcus Badgett 


WR 


1993 


Scott Milanovich 


P 


1994 


Stephen Ingram 


OT 


1995 


Jemiaine Levns 


WR 


1998 


Eric Barton 


LB 


1999 


Brian Kopka 


PK 


2000 


Brooks Barnard 


P 


2002 


Brooks Barnard 


P 




Nick Novak 


PK 




Steve Suter 


PR 


2004 


D'Qwell Jackson 


L6 




Shawne Meniman 


DE 



161 




ACC HONORS 







o 
z 
o 



Special Honors 

PLAYER OF THE YEAR 

1953 Bernie Faloney B 



Bob Pellegrini 
Randy White 
EJ Henderson 



DT 



LB 



OFF. PLAYER OF THE YEAR 

2001 Bruce Perry RB_ 



DEF. PLAYER OF THE YEAR 

2001 E.J. Henderson LB 



E.J. Henderson 



LB 



COACH OF THE YEAR 

1953,55 Jim latum 



1973,75,76 Jerry Claiborne 



1982 



Bobby Ross 



2001 



Ralph Friedqen 



JACOBS BLOCKING AWARD 

1955 BobPeJIegnni _ C 

1969 Ralph Sonntaq OT 



1982 



Dave Pacella 



OT 



BRIAN PICCOLO AWARD 

1972 AINeyilte QB 



1974 



1984 



1989 



2001 



Dav id Visaggio_ 
_J.D Maarleveld _ 
Mike Anderson 
Matt Cravifford 



DG 



OT 



RB 



OT 



JIM TATUM AWARD 

1997 Jonathan Claiborne S 



2004 



Nick Novak 



PK 




Mike Anderson 



Matt i-rawford 



X^K^ 









Bernie Faloney Bob Pellegrini 



Randy White 



E.J. Henderson Bruce Perry 



Ralpti Friedgen 



ALL-ACC SELECTIONS 



First Team 

1953 Jack Bov^ersox, G 



1954 



_Bernie Falon ey. B 
_Chesler Hanulak, E 

_Stan Jones, T 

Dick Bielski, B 



Bill Walker, E 



1955 



_Ronoie Wall er, B 

Jack Davis, G 

Bob Pellegnni, C 



Mike Sandusky, T 



Ed Vereb, B 



1956 



Jack Davis, G 



1957 



Mike Sandusky T 
Rod Breedlov e, G 
Ed Cooke, E 



1960 



Gary Co llins, E 



1962 



1961 Ga r/ Collins, _E 

Bob Hacker, C 

Jom Brown, B 

_Walter Rock, G 

_Dick Shiner, QB 
_Dick Shiner, QB 
Jerry Fishm an, G 

Bob Sullivan, B 

DickAbsher, E 



1963 
196_4 
1965 
1966 
196? 
1970 
1971 



Ralph Sonnta g, OT 

Guy Roberts, E 

DanBu nqon , E 



1972 



Bob Smith, S 



Paul Vellano, DG 



1973 



Louis Carter, TB 



Bob Smith, 8 



Paul Vellano, DG 



1974 



_Randy White, DT 
Louis Carter TB 



1975 



_Steve Mike-M ayer, PK 
_Stan Rogers, OT 

Bob S mith, S 

Harry Walters. LB 
Randy White, DL 
Kevin Benson, LB 



Jim Brechbiel, DB 



Joe Campbell , DT 

Roy Hughes, DE 

1976 Jo e Campbell, DT 

^Bnan Carr, LB 

Ed Fulton, OG 
Mark Manges, QB 

Ken Roy, DB 

Tom Schick, OT 

Larry Seder, DG 



1977 
1978 



Ted Klaube, DG 

Lloyd Burruss, DB 
Charles Johnson, DT 
Bruce Palmer, DG 



1979 


Larry Stewart, OT 


Charlie Wysocki, TB 


1980 


Llovd Burruss, DB 


Marlin Van Horn, DG 


Charlie Wysocki, TB 


1982 


Jess Atkinson, PK 




Mark Duda, DT 


Dave Pacella, OT 


1983 


Clarence Baldwin, DB 


Pete Koch, DT 


Ron Solt, OG 


Enc Wilson, LB 


1984 


Al Covington, S 


Kevin Glover, C 


Greg Hill, WR 


Bruce Mesner, DG 


Eric Wilson, LB 


1985 


Al Covington, S 


Keeta Covington, CB 


Chuck Faucette, LB 


Bruce Mesner, DG 


1986 


Keeta Covington, CB 


Chuck Faucette, LB 


Bruce Mesner, DG 


1987 


Ferrell Edmunds, E 


Kevin Walker, LB 


1988 


Dan Plocki, PK 


Warren Powers, DT 


1990 


Barry Johnson, WR 


1992 


Marcus Badgett, WR 


1993 


Scott Milanovich, P 


1994 


Stephen Ingram, OT 


1995 


Jermaine Lewis, WR 


1998 


Eric Barton, LB 


1999 


Delben Cowsette, NT 


LaMont Jordan, RB 


Lewis Sanders, DB 


2001 


Brooks Bamard, P 


Melvin Fowler, C 


EJ, Henderson, LB 


Tonv Jackson, S 


Tony Okanlawon, CB 


Bruce Perry, TB 


Todd Wike, OG 


2002 


Brooks Bamard, P 


Matt Crawford, OT 


Chns Downs, TB 


Domonigue Foxworth, CB 


EJ. Henderson, LB 


Nick Novak, PK 


Steve Suter, SP 


Todd Wike, C 


2003 


C.J, Brooks, OG 


Nick Novak, PK 


Randy Starks, DT 


Steve Suter, SP 



2004 


C,J. Brooks, OG 


D'Qwell Jackson, LB 


Shawne Memiman, DE 


Second Team 

1953 Ralph Felton, B 


Bob Morgan, T 


Bill Walker, E 


1954 


John Irvine, C 


Bob Pellegrini, G 


1955 


Russell Dennis, E 


Frank Tamburello, B 


Bill Walker, E 


1957 


GeneAlderton,C 


1961 


Roger Shoals, T 


Bill Kirchiro, T 


1963 


Dick Shiner, QB 


1964 


Olaf Drozdov, DT 


Tom Hickey, B 


1989 


Larry Webster, DT 


1991 


Frank Wycheck, TE 


Mitch Suplee, C 


Dan DeArmas, PK 


Mike Webster, DL 


Mike Jarmolowich, LB 


1992 


Mike Jarmolowich, LB 


1993 


Jermaine Lewis, WR 


1994 


Geroy Simon, WR 


Scott Milanovich, QB 


1995 


Eric Oqboqu, LB 


Andreal Johnson, DB 


1998 


LaMont Jordan, RB 


1999 


Brad Messina, OT 


John Waeng, TE 


Jamie Wu, OG 


2000 


Kns Jenkins, DT 


LaMont Jordan, RB 


2001 


Matt Crawford, OT 


Guilian Gary, WR 


Shaun Hill, QB 


2002 


Lamar Bryant, OG 


Randy Starks, DT 


2003 


Jeff Dugan, TE 


Kevin Eli, LB 


Domonique Foxworth, CB 


DQwell Jackson, LB 


Adam Podlesh, P 


Madieu Williams, S 


2004 


Chns Kellev, DB 


Adam Podlesh, P 


Third Team 

1993 Stephen Ingram, OT 


Scott Milanovich, QB 



Note; Tlie second and third teams have not been 
selected continuously 



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Ntf' 




ACC 50th Anniversary Team 




Buonier Esiason 
Slan Jones 



QB Bob Pellegrini 
T Randy While 



C 
DT 



n 






m 


Boomer Esiason 


Stan Jonci 


Sob Pellegrini 


Randy White 



AP ALL-ACC SELECTIONS 



1953 



1954 
I 1955 



193€ 



Bernie faioney, B_ 
Ralph Felton,B_ 
Chel Hanulak, B__ 

Slan Jones, T 

Dick Bielski, B 

Jack Davis, G 



Bob Pellegnni, C_ 
Mike Sandusky, T_ 



1957 
1958 



Frank Tambure llo. B 

E(lVereb,B ' 

Gene Aldenon, C 

Jack Davis, G 

Mike Sandusk y. T 

Rod Breedlove, G 

Ed CookeJ 



Rod Breedlove, G 



1959 


Tom Gunderman, G 


Jim Joyce, B 


1960 


Gary Collins, E 


1961 


Gary Collins, E 


Bob Hacker, C 


1962 


Tom Brown, HB 


Waller Rock, G 


Dick Shiner, QB 


1970 


Guv Roberts, DE 


1971 


Dan Bunqon, E 


1972 


Bob Smith, DB 


Paul Vellano, DG 


1973 


Louis Carter, IB 


Bob Smith, DB 


Paul Vellano, DG 


Randv White, DT 



UPI ALL-ACC 

1955 Bob Pellegrini C^ 
Mike Sandusky, T 


Ed Vereb, B 


Bill Walker, E 


1956 


Jack Davis, G 


Mike Sandusky, T 


1957 


Ed Cooke, E 


1958 
1960 


Ben Scotli, E 
Gary Collins, E 


1961 


Gary Collins, E 


1962 


Waller Rock, G 


Dick Shiner, QB 


1970 


Guy Roberts, DE 


1971 


DanBungon, E 


1972 


Bob Smith, DB 


Paul Vellano, DG 


1973 


Louis Carter, TB 


Bob Smith, DB 


Paul Vellano, DG 


Randv White, DT 



ALL-SO^ 
CONFEifiBni^^i 



1935 


Bill Guckeyson, B 


1936 


Bill Guckeyson. B 


1937 


Jim Meade. B 


1947 


Lu Gambino, B 


1949 


Ray Krouse, T 


1950 


Elmer Wingate, E 


1951 


Ed Modzelewski, B 


1952 


Stan Jones. T 



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^M 




Dan Bungon 

ALL-ACC ACADEMIC SELECTIONS 



1954 John Irvine, C 



Joe Muffler, DE 



1955 



1956 



George Palahunik, G 
John Heatey HB 



Stanley Polyanski, G 

Pqn^ld_HeaJey, T 

Mike Sandusky, T 



1960 

1961 

1963 
1967 
1968 
1970 



Tom Selep, FB 



Dwayne Fletc her, HB 
Bob Hacker, C 
Dick Novak , QB 
David Nardo, G 

Chuck Tine^G 

Ralph Fhedgen. OG 
Pat Buri(e, OG 



Jerry Erhard, WB 



_Steye Fromang, C__ 
LenSantacroceC 



Scott Shank, FB 



1972 
1973 
1974 



Jerry Ertiard, E 



Kim Hoov er, WR 
BobAvellini .QB 



Jim Brechb iel, DB 
Denck Hams, DT 



RkJ( Jennings, TB 



Tom Schick. OG 



Phil Waqenheim. P 



1975 Mike Cielensky, DB 
Kim Hoover, WR 



John Schultz. WB 



1976 Jonathan Claiborne, S 



Gene Ochap. C 



Bob Raba. TE 



1977 Jonathan Claibome. S 



Ralph Lary, S 



Chns Ward. DB 



Kenny Watson. DT 



1978 John Baklante, DB 



Glenn Chamberlain. OG 



Scott Collins, OT 



Ralph Lary. 8 



Dean Richards, WB 


1979 


Jan Carinci, WB 


Ralph Lary, 8 


Phil Livingston, OT 


Kyle Lofton, C 


Jim Shaffer, DE 


1980 


Ralph Lary, 8 


Kyle Lorton, C 


1981 


Mike Mueller, LB 


Brian Riendeau, OG 


1982 


JoeAulisi,DE 


1983 


Greg Harraka, OT 


1984 


Greg Han^ka, OT 


Frank Reich, QB 


Richard Shure, FB 


1985 


Dolph Tokarczyk, TE 


1986 


Mark Agent, OT 


Richard Shure, FB 


John Soma, OT 


1987 


Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, WR 


Bob Arnold, DG 


KenOber1e,OT 


Richard Shure, FB 


John Soma, OT 


1988 


Ken Oberle, OT 


1989 


Dean Gneen, WR 


1990 


Rick Fleece. NO 


Barry Johnson, WR 


Glenn Page. LB 


Chad Wiestling. HB 


1991 


Lubo Zizakovic. DT 


1992 


Marcus Badqett, WR 


Scott Rosen. S 


1993 


Russ Weaver, WR 


1994 


Russ Weaver. WR 


Mike Settles. LB 


Al Wallace. DE 


1995 


Al Wallace. DE 


1996 


Al Wallace, DE 



1997 


Mike Hull, TE 


EncOqboqu.DE 


1998 


Jamie Wu,OG 


1999 


Kevin Bishop, LB 


Todd Wike, OG 


Jamie WuOG 


2000 


Guilian Gary, WR 


Charles Hill, DT 


Tony Jackson, 88 


Tony Okanlawon, CB 


2001 


Brooks Barnard, P 


Melvin Fowler, C 


Shaun Hill, QB 




Rod Littles, S 




Todd Wike OG 


20O2 


Brooks Barnard. P 


Nick Novak, PK 


Steve Suter, PR 


Todd Wike, C 


Madieu Williams, FS 


2003 


JeffDuqan TE 


C J, Feldheim, DT 


Kyle Schmitt, C 


Nick Novak, PK 



Louis Carter 



Adam Podlesh, P 



Bob Smith 



Ed Vereb 



_Steve Suter. SP 

Dennard Wilson, S 



2004 Do monique Fox worth, CB 

Nick Novak, PK 



Ada m Podlesh, P 
Kyle Schmidt C 
Steve Suter, WR 





Ralph Lary. the first ACC football 

player to be a four-time AII-ACC 

Academic Team choice. 



Richard Shure was or? the AII-ACC Academic 
Team in 1984, 1986 and 1987. 



PtiH Livingston, OT 



National Academic Honors 



Academic All- 
Americans 

19_53___Bernie Faloney B 
1?54,_Geprge Paiah^niK G 
1956 Mike Sandusny, T 
1975 Kim Hoove r, WR "' " 
1978 Joe Muffler, DE 



NCAA Postgraduate Scholar 

1978 Jonathan Claiborne, S 




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JERRY CLAIBORNE DICK MODZELEWSKI 



National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall off Fame (1999) 

Former Maryland football coach Jerry 
Claiborne was selected to join 12 legendary 
college football players and two other coaches 
among the 1999 class of inductees into the 
National Football Foundation College Hall of 
Fame. 

Claiborne coached 28 seasons overall 
between stints at Virginia Tech (1961-70), 
Maryland (1972- 81) and Kentucky (1982- 
89), and complied a 179-122-8 record in the 
process. 

At Maryland, Claibome was named The 
Sporting News National Coach of the Year in 
1974 after winning the Atlantic Coast Conference 
and finishing the season ranked No. 13 by the 
Associated Press. He was the District III Coach of 
the Yearin 1973, 1975 and 1976. 

In ail, Claiborne was the coach of the year 
in three different conferences - Southern (1 963), ACC ( 1 973, 75, 76) and Southeastern ( 1 983) 
— while leading his teams to 11 bowl games. Throughout his coaching career, he was a strong 
advocate of the right combination of academics and athletics. In his years as head coach, he 
had four players named Academic All-America and 87 players earn academic all-conference 
honors. On the field, he coached 13 All-Americans and 53 who earned all-conference status. 




National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall off Fame (1993) 

Through three All-America years at 
Maryland and 14 All-Pro years in the National 
Football League, Dick Modzelewski was always 
"Little Mo." At 6-0, 235 pounds during his playing 
days at Maryland, he was one of the bigger 
collegiate linemen dunng the eariy 1950s. He 
was the second Mo at Maryland, following his 
older brother Ed, "Big Mo." 

Dick Modzelewski played three years at 
defensive tackle for the Terps on the great teams 
which were 24-4-1. He became Maryland's 
first winner of a major national honor when he 
received the Outland Trophy as the nation's top 
lineman in 1952. Through his career at Maryland, 
the Terps fashioned a 22-game unbeaten streak. 

At the end of his senior season, Modzelewski 
was named to every All-America team. He was a 
second-round draft choice of the Washington 
Redskins. He spent 14 seasons in the NFL, with the Redskins, the 
York Giants and Cleveland Browns. Modzelewski was an All-Pro 
teams with both the Giants (1956) and the Browns (1964). 

Dick Modzelewski was inducted into the National Football 
Fame in 1993. 




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STAN JONES 

Pro Football 
Hall off Fame (1991) 
National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall off Fame (2000) 

Stan Jones was the starting nght tackle 
on the Terp defense that allowed only 31 points 
dunng 10 regular season games in 1953. With 
Jones leading the way Maryland recorded six 
shutouts and allowed only one team, Georgia, 
to score more than six points. 

It all added up to a 100 regular-season for ttie Terps 
who captured tlie national ctiampionship despite an upset 
loss to Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl. 

Jones earned consensus All-America lionors in 1953 
and was diosen "Outstanding College Lineman of 1953" by 
the College Football Coaching Board. A lifih-round draft choicf- 
of the Chicago Bears, Jones went on to have a lengthy pti 
career He spent a majority of his career with the Bears (195-^- 
65) before finishing at Washington (1966). 

"I was very prepared for the NFL when I left Maryland," Jones said. "From my coaches who 
taught me football to my professors who taught me anatomy, physiology and weight training, I 
received a great education. I couldn't have picked a better place to go." 

Jones was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1991 and selected for the College 
Football Hall of Fame in 2000. 




BOB PELLEGRINI 

National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall off Fame (1996) 

Bob Pellegnni was recruited to Maryland 
as a quarterback, but made his name as one 
of college football's best linemen. In his first 
season, Pellegnni was a 6-2, 215-pound 
sophomore guard for the 1953 national 
champion Terrapins. He would play guard 
again in 1954 in an era when players went both 
ways, before switching to center for his senior 
year to fill a Terrapin void. 

As a senior, Pellegnni led Maryland 
to its second 10-0 regular season and ACC 
championship in three years as the Terps 
defeated defending national champion UCLA 
He was selected ACC Player of the Year, 
named consensus Ail-American and pictured 
as Herman Hickman's cover boy for Lineman 
of the Year in 1955. 

Pellegrini led the Terps to a 27-4-1 record 
over his career, with rankings in the Top 10 each season. He was the first pick in the National 
Football League draft by the Philadelphia Eagles. Pellegrini became one of the building blocks 
of an Eagle turnaround that took the team to the top of the football world. A losing team when he 
joined, the Eagles defeated Vince Lombardi's Green Bay Packers for the World Championship 
four years later with Bob Pellegrini at linebacker. 

Pellegrini was inducted into the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame in 
December 1996. 




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National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall off Fame (1983) 

Jack Scarbalh is an integral part o( 
Maryland (oolball history In his first start, 
the All-America quartertjack scored the first 
touchdown in the new Byrd Stadium, a 21-yard 
run in the first game of the 1950 season, 

Scarbalh was the quarterback for head 
coach Jim Tatums new split T offense for three 
seasons (1950-52), Scarbath led the Terps 
to a 24-4-1 record, including a perfect 10-0 
season and a 28-13 upset of national champion 
Tennessee in the 1951 Sugar Bowl. Scarbalh 
called the signals dunng Ivlaryland's 22-game 
unbeaten streak over the course of the 1950, 
'51 and '52 seasons, 

Dunng his stellar career, Scarbath rewrote 
the Terrapin record book, completing 125 of 26i' 
passes for 2,287 yards, an average of 18,3 yards 
per completion. In 1951, AP and UPI voters 
named him honorable mention All-Amencan In 

1952, he was honored with first team All-America citations from AP, UPI, International News 
Service, Colliers, and Look, He finished runner-up to Oklahoma's Billy Vessels in the 1952 
Heisman Trophy balloting, 

A first-round draft choice of the Washington Redskins, Scarbath went on to play with the 
Redskins and Pittsburgh Steelers, 

He was inducted into the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame in 1983, 




JIM TATUM 



National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall off Fame (1984) 

In a brief time as a college football head 
coach - one season at North Carolina (1942 
5-2-2), one at Oklahoma (1946, 8-3, Gator 
Bowl victory over North Carolina State) anc 
nine years at Maryland (1947-55, 73-154, 2-2- 
1 in bowl games) - Jim Tatum had become a 
coaching legend 

Tatums fklaryland teams from 1950-5: 
were 51-8-2, with a perfect 10-0 record anc 
Sugar Bowl victory in 1951, The squad posted 
10-0 regular-season records in 1953 and 1955 
before both teams were upset by Oklahoma 
in the Orange Bowl, Tatums 1953 team was 
declared national champion, and Tatum was 
named natronal Coach of the Year, 

During his career at Maryland, Tatum 
led the Terps to 19 consecutive wins and an 
unbeaten streak of 22 games (21-0-1) dunng 

the 1950, '51 and '52 campaigns. In the 1952 Sugar Bowl, ttie Terrapins defeated top-ranked 
Tennessee 23-13, 

Tatum left Maryland following the 1955 season to return to his alma mater, North Carolina, 
He coached the Tar Heels for three more seasons. 




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National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall off Fame (1980) 

Bob Ward weighed all of 165 pounds 
throughout his four-year playing career at Maryland 
and, even in the early 1950s, thai was no size for 
a lineman. Especially a lineman who was a first 
team All-America middle guard on defense as a 
junior in 1950 and a first team offensive guard as 
a senior in 1951, 

The forte of the Maryland teams of the early 
1950s was consistency— a winning consistency. 
During Ward's four years, the team was a 
combined 32-7-1, winning two bowl games (1949 
Gator over Missouri, 1951 Sugar over Tennessee 
to complete a perfect 10-0 season). 

The awards and honors Ward earned as a 
Maryland player belie physical stature, but speak 
volumes about the man. He was the MVP of the 
1949 Gator Bowl, Maryland's first bowl victory. 
He was the only player ever to earn All-Amenca 
honors as both an offensive and defensive position 

player. He earned Southern Conference Player of the Year honors as a senior and was chosen 
Lineman of the Year by the Washington Touchdown Club and the Philadelphia Sportswriters 
Association in 1951, 

Bob Ward was inducted into the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame in 
1980, 



RANDY WHITE 

Pro Football 
Hall off Fame (1994) 
National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall off Fame (1994) 

Randy White changed the look of footballs 
defensive lines. At Maryland, and later in an 
All-Pro National Football League career with 
the Dallas Cowboys, he was regarded as the 
quickest defensive lineman to play the game 
He could be in an opponent's backfield before 
a quarterback could make a hand-off. 

In 1974, White cleaned up the college 
football awards plate. He was honored with 
the Outland and Lombardi trophies as the top 
collegiate lineman, was ACC Player of the Year, 
was an unanimous first-team All-Amenca choice, 
named the Delaware (his home state) Athlete 
of the Year and named the Amateur Athlete 
of the Year by the Philadelphia Sportswriters 
Association, 

A first round draft choice of the Dallas Cowboys, White was an All-Pro performer 
throughout his career and shared Super Bowl MVP honors with Dallas teammate Harvey 
Martin when the Cowboys defeated Denver in Super Bowl XII. 

White's jersey number, 94, has been retired at Maryland. He was inducted into the National 
Football Foundation College Hall of Fame and the Pro Football Hail of Fame in 1994. 



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RAY KROUSE 
MEMORIAL 



MOST VALUABLE 
PLAYER 

1972 Ron Kecman, C 

1974 Ran dy White^DT 

1975 John Sch ultz, WB 

1976 Tim Wilson, FB 

1977 Ted Klaube, DG 



1978 Nea l Oli<ewicz. LB 

1979 Bria n Malera, LB 



1980 Llo yd Burruss, PB 

1981 Greg V anderho ut, DG 



1982 JohnTice.TE 



1983 Boomer Esiason, QB 



1984 Eric Wilson, LB 



1985 Slan Gelbauqh. QB 



1986 Chuck Faucette, LB 



1987 Kevin Walker, LB 



1988 Dan Plocki, PK 



1989 Neil O'Donnell, QB 



Scott Saylor, LB 



1990 Scott Zolak,QB 



1991 Larry Webster, DT 



1992 Marcus Badgett, WR 



1993 Jason Kremus, WR 



1994 Stey e Ingram, OJ 

1995 Jerm aine Le wis, WR 
1997 Brian Cummings, QB 



1998 Eric Barton, LB 



1999 LaMont Jordan, TB 



2000 Shawn Forte, FS 



2001 E.J. Henderson, LB 



2002 E.J. H enderso n. LB 

2003 Scott McBnen. QB 



2004 D'Qwell Jackson, LB 



ALVINLAUBINOE 
TROPHY 

UNSUNG HERO OF THE 
SEASON 

1956 Al Wh arton, T 

1957 Wilbur Main, C 

1958 Ted Kershner, B 



1959 JoeGardi,T 



1960 Leroy Die tri ch, C 



1961 


Dick Barlund, E 




1962 


Murnis Banner, HB 




1963 


George Stem, HB 




1964 


John Kenny, E 




1965 


Charles Krahling, C 




1966 


Bobby Collins. B 




1967 


Pat Baker, B 




1968 


Rick Carlson, E 




1969 


Paul Fitzpatrick, B 





1971 


JeffShuqars, QB 


1972 


Ron Kecman, C 


1973 


Ken Scott, DT 


1974 


Frank Russell, WR 


1975 


Jim Richey, OT 


1976 


Bob Raba, TE 


1977 


Don Rhodes, C 


1978 


Mike Simon, C 


1979 


Richard Cummins, OG 


1980 


Scott Fanz, OT 


1981 


Todd Wright, C 


1982 


Frank Kolencik, DG 


John Nash, RB 


Doug Miller, C 


1983 


Tyrone Furman, DG 


1984 


Bill Rogers, TE 


1985 


George Coltcn. OG 


1986 
1987 


Sean Sullivan. WR 
Robert Klein. DG 


Sean Scott, LB 


1988 


Matt D'Amico, LB 


Dan Plocki, PK 


1989 


Dean Green, WR 


1990 


Doug Stump, RB 


1991 


Greg Hines, LB 


1992 


Dan Prunzik, WR 


1993 


Russ Weaver, WR 


1994 


David Hack, OG 


1997 


Eric Hicks, DE 


1998 


John Waerig, TE 


1999 


Matt Kalapinski, FB 


2000 


Melvin Fowler, C 


2001 


Rod Littles, S 


2002 


James Lynch, FB 


Durrand Roundtree, DE 


2003 


Bemie Fiddler FB 


Dennard Wilson, S 


2004 


Jon Condo, LS 


Rich Parson, WR 


Henry Scott, DT 



JOE F. BLAIR 
AWARD 

UNSUNG HERO OF THE 
SEASON 

1995 Kevin Plank, SB 

ANTHONY C. 
NARDO MEMORIAL 
TROPHY 

BEST LINEMAN OF THE 
YEAR 

1947 Pal McCart y, G 



1948 


Gene Kinney, T 


1950 


Bob Ward, G 


1951 


Bob Ward, G 


1952 


William Maletzkv, G 


1953 


Stan Jones, T 


1954 


Bob Pellegrini, 6 



1955 


Mike Sandusky, T 




1956 


Al Wharton, T 




1957 


Don Healy, T 




1958 


Fred Cole, T 




1959 


Tom Gunderman, G 




1960 


Gary Collins, E 




1961 


Bill Kirchiro, T 




1962 


Dave Crossan, T 




1963 


Olaf Drozdov, DT 




1964 


Fred Joyce, G 




1965 


DickAbsher, E 




1966 


DickAbsher,E 




1967 


Jim Lavoisky, LB 




1968 


Ron Pearson, E 




1969 


Peter Mattia, DT 





1960 


Vincent Scott, E 


1961 


Gary Collins. E 


1962 


Tom Brown, HB 


1963 


Bob Burton, HB 


1964 


Olaf Drozdov, DT 


1965 


George Stem, B 


1966 


DickAbsher, E 


1967 


Lou Slickel, B 


1968 


Billy Lovett, FB 


1969 


Ken Dutton, DB 


1970 


Peter Mattia, DT 


1971 


Tommy Miller B 


1972 


Don Ratliff, E 


1973 


Paul Vellano, DG 


1974 


Randy White, DT 



BOB BEALL, 
TOMMY MARCOS 
TROPHY 

BEST LINEMAN OF THE 

YEAR 

1970 Guy Roberts, DE 



1971 


Dennis O'Hara, E 


1972 


Paul Vellano. OG 


1973 


Randy White. DT 


1974 


Randy White, DT 


1980 


Eric Sievers, TE 


1981 


Dave Pacella, OT 


1982 


Dave Pacella, OT 


1983 


Ron Solt, OG 


1984 


Kevin Glover, C 


1985 


J.D Maarleveld, OT 


1986 


Billy Hughes. C 


1987 


Billy Hughes. C 


1988 


Mark Agent C 


1989 


Mike Kiselak, OG 


1990 


Clarence Jones, OT 


1991 


Mitch Suplee, C 


1992 


Steve Ingram. OT 


1993 


Steve Ingram, OT 


1994 


Steve Ingram. OT 


1995 


Johnnie Hicks, DT 



CLUB AWARD 

GREATEST 
CONTRIBUTION TO 
FOOTBALL 

1975 LeRoy Hughes, DE 

1976 Rob Raba, TE 

1977 BradCarr,LB 

1978 Dean Richards, WR 



1979 James Shaffer, DE 



TROPHY 

SERVICE OVER FOUR 
YEARS 

1949 JohnldzikB 



1950 


John Idzik, B 


1951 


Bob Ward, G 


1952 


Ed Fullerlon, B 


1953 


Bernie Faloney, B 


1954 


John Irvine, C 


1955 


Bob Pellegnni, C 


1956 


Mike Sandusky, T 


1957 


GeneAlderton, C 


1958 


Bob Rusevlvan. B 


1959 


Kurt Schwarz, T 



1980 


Lloyd Burruss. HB 


1981 


Charlie Wysocki. TB 


1982 


Mike Corvino. DG 


1983 


Boomer Esiason, QB 


1984 


Eric Wilson. LB 


1985 


Rick Badaniek. FB 


1986 


Chuck Faucette, LB 


1987 


Ferrell Edmunds, TE 


1988 


Dan Plocki. PK 


1989 


Mark Agent. C 


1990 


Barry Johnson. WR 


1991 


Larry Webster, DT 


1992 


Mike Jarmolowich. LB 


1993 


Mark Mason. RB 


1994 


Steve Ingram, OT 


1995 


Jermaine Lewis, WR 


1997 


Buddy Rodgers. RB 


1998 


Kendall Oqle. LB 


1999 


Jermaine Arnngton, WR 


Jason Hatala. WR 


Aaron Thompson. LB 


2000 


Jason Hatala, WR 


2001 


Melvin Fowler. C 


Aaron Thompson, LB 


2002 


Matt Crawford. OT 


2003 


Curome Cox, CB 



2004 Domonique Foxworth. DB 



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A.V. WILLIAMS 
AWARD 

OUTSTANDING AND 

CONSPICUOUS 

SPORTSMANSHIP 

1955 Ronnie Waller, HB 

1956 Lynn Beightol, QB 
Jack Davis, G 

1957 Howie Dare, HB 




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1958 


Bob Rusevlvan, QB 


1959 


Allen Bunae 


1960 


Dale Bertv. QB 


1961 


Donald Brown 


1962 


Clavlon Beardmore 


1963 


Samuel Bossert 


1964 


Bob Kooinskv 


1965 


Donald Dunphv 


1966 


Frank Coslello 


1967 


Roben Karch 


1968 


Roland Memtl, DE 


1969 


David Reiss 


1970 


John Baker 


1971 


James Norris 


1972 


Vince Stnible 


1973 


Al Neville, QB 


1974 


Tyrone Neal 


1975 


LeRoy Hughes, DE 


1976 


Bob Raba, TE 


Gene Ochap, C 


1977 


Brad Carr, LB 


1978 


Dean Richards, WR 


1979 


James Shaffer, DE 


1980 


Enc Sievers, TE 


1981 


Bnan Riendeau, OG 


1982 


Dave Pacella, OT 


1983 


Boomer Esiason, QB 


1984 


Eric Wilson, LB 


1985 


ScoR Schankweiler, LB 


1986 


Lewis Askew, DO 


1987 


Robert Klein. DG 


1988 Chad Sydnor. OB 



1989 Bren Lower y, TB 



1990 Barry Johnson, WR 



1991 Lubo Zizakovic, DT 



1993 Ed Regan, OG 



1994 Corey Holobetz.TE 



1995 M ike Settles. LB 
1997 Pat Ward 



1998 Paul Jackson, S 



1999 En^ Lyght. DE 

2000 Matt Kalapinski, FB 

2001 Shaun Hji QB 



Tony Jackson, S 



2002 Scootef Monroe, WR 



Leroy Ambush, LB 



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JIM TATUM 
MEMORIAL 
AWARD 

LINEMAN OF THE YEAR 



1959 


Kurt A Schwarti^.OT 


1960 


Thomas E. Sankovich, OT 


1961 


Bill Kirchiro, OG 


1962 
1963 


David Crossan, OT 
Olaf Drozdov, OT 


1964 


Larry Bagranoff, DT 


1965 


Larry Baqranoff, DT 


1966 


Thomas Cichowski, OT 


1967 


Tom Myslinski, OT 


1968 


Thomas Plevin, DT 


1969 


Peter Mattia, DT 


1970 


Peter Mattia, DT 


1971 


Guy Roberts, LB 


1972 


Paul Vellano, DG 


1973 


Randy While. DT 


1974 


Randy White. DT 


1975 


Manon Koprowski, OT 


Paul Divito, DG 


1976 


Joe Campbell, DT 


1977 


Ted Klaube, DG 


1978 


Charles Johnson, DT 


1979 


Kervin Wyatt, OG 


1980 


Ed Gall, DT 


1981 


Greq Vanderhout, DG 


1982 


Mark Duda, OT 


1983 


Ron Solt, OG 


1984 


Kevin Glover, OT 


1985 


Leonard Lynch, OG 


1986 


Bruce Mesner, DG 


1987 


Robert Arnold, DG 


1988 


Warren Powers, DT 


1989 


Mike Kiselak. OG 


1990 


Jack Bradford. LB 


Rick Fleece, NG 


1991 


Larry Webster. DT 


1992 


Steve Ingram, OT 


1993 


Steve Ingram, OT 


1994 


Steve Ingram, OT 


1995 


Johnnie Hicks, DL 


1997 


John Feugill, OT 


1998 


Delbert Cowsette, NT 


1999 


John Waerig, TE 


Jamie Wu, OG 


2000 


Kris Jenkins, DT 


2001 


Charies Hill, NT 


2002 


ToddWike.C 


2003 


Randy Stari^s, DT 


2004 


Shawne Merrimari, DE 



GEORGE C. COOK 

MEMORIAL 

AWARD 

HIGHEST ACADEMIC 

AVERAGE 

1962 Don White, QB 

1 963 David Nardo. E 

1964 David Nardo, E 

1965 Bruce Spnnger.B 

1966 Larry Bagranoff, OT 

1967 Chuck Tine, OT 

1968 Ralph Fnedgen, OG 
L969 Ralph Fnedgen, OG 
Bill Gram. E 

1970 P al Burke, OG 

1971 Ste ve Fromanq, OT 

1972 Stev e Fromanq, OT 

1973 J ames Martell,i 

1974 K im Hoover, WR 

1975 K im Hoover, WR 

1976 Jo nathan Claib orne, S 

1977 Jo nathan Claib orne, S 

1978 Jo e Muffler, DE 

1979 R alph Larv,S 

1980 Ralph Lary, S 

1981 Mark Sobel, DE 

1982 Greq Harraka, C 

1983 Greg Harraka, C 



1984 Gr eg Harraka , C 



1985 D olph Tokarc zyk, TE 

1986 Ri chard Shur e, FB 

1987 Ri chard Shu re, FB 

1988 John Ruqg, OG 



1989 Mark Agent, C 



1990 K en Oberle, OJ 

1991 M itch Suplee, C 

1992 D ave Marron e. LB 

1993 Enck Wood. LB 



1994 Co r ey Holobetz,TE 



1995 Ke n Lytle, PK 

1997 R yan Rezzelle, OT 

1998 Rya n Rezzelle, OT 



1999 Jamie Wu, OG 



2000 Brian Kopka, PK 



2001 Charies Hill, NT 



2002 ToddWike,C 



2003 C.J. Feldheim, NT 



2004 NickNovaLPK 



FABER / 

IRON MAN AWARD 

1992 John Kalto Ob 

1993 . Scott Milanovich, QB 

1994 Jamie Bragg, C/DT 

1998 Kendall Ogle, LB 

1999 Jamie Wu, OG 

2000 Scott Rudolph, LS 

2001 Durrand Roundtree, DL 

2002 Durrand Roundtree, DL 

2003 JeffDugan.TE 
Leon Joe, LB 

2004 Kyle Sch mitl. C 

OUTSTANDING 
SPECIALIST 

1988 Ricky J ohnson, TB 
Scott Whittier, LB 

1989 Ric ky Johnson, TE 

19?_0^ Scott Zolak,QB 

1991 Troy Jackson, RB 

1992 John K aleo, QB 

1993 Jemiai ne Lewis, WR 

TOP SPECIAL 

TEAMS PERFORMER 



1988 


Mark Agent C 


1989 


Mike Kiselak, OG 


1990 


Clarence Jones. OT 


1991 


Mitch Suplee. C 


1992 


Steve Ingram. OT 


1993 


Steve Inqram. OT 


1995 


Chad Scott. CB 


1997 


Lewis Sanders, FS 


1998 


Brian Kopka. PK 


1999 


Bnan Kopka PK 


2000 


Brooks Barnard, P 


Bnan Kopka. PK 


2001 


Brooks Barnard, P 


2002 


Brooks Bamard, P 


Steve Suler, PR 


2003 


Jon Condo, LS 


2004 


Adam Podlesh, P 



HAMMER 
AWARD 

1988 C .'-.a d Sydnor. CB 

1989 Eddie TomligS 



1990 Glenn Page. LB 



1991 Mike Jarmolowicti. LB 



Ray Custis, DB 



1992 Scott Rosen. S 



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Offensive Back 

1952 Chet Hanulak, HB 


1953 


Ralph Fellon, FB 


1954 


Ron Waller, HB 


1955 


Ed Vereb, HB 


1956 


Fred Hamilton, HB 


1957 


Bob Rusevlvan, QB 


1958 


Bob Rusevlvan, QB 


1959 


Jim Jovce, FB 


1960 


Dale Betty, QB 


1961 


Dick Shiner, QB 


1962 


Tom Brown, HB 


1963 


Dick Shiner, HB 


1964 


Tom Hickey, HB 


1965 


Walt Marcinak, HB 


1966 


Alan Pastrana, QB 


1967 


Billy Lovett, FB 


1968 


Billy Lovett, FB 


1969 


Tom Miller, FB 


1970 


ArtSevmore, HB 


1971 


Al Neville, QB 


1972 


BobAvellini, QB 


1973 


Louis Carter, TB 


1974 


Louis Carter, TB 


1975 


John Schultz, WB 


1976 


Mark Manqes, QB 


1977 


Larry Dick, QB 


George Scott, HB 


1978 


Steve Atkins, TB 


1979 


Charlie Wyscoki, TB 


1980 


Charlie Wyscoki, TB 


1981 
1982 


Boomer Esiason, QB 
Boomer Esiason, QB 
Willie Joyner. RB 


1983 


Willie Joyner, RB 


1984 


Rick Badaniek, FB 


1985 


Rick Badaniek, FB 


1986 


Tommy Neal, RB 


1987 


Bren Lowery, RB 



1988 


Ricky Johnson, TB 


1989 


Ricky Johnson, TB 


1990 


Scott Zolak,QB 


1991 


Troy Jackson, RB 


1992 


John Kaleo, QB 


1993 


Jermaine Lewis, WR 


1994 


Allen Williams, RB 


1995 


Buddy Rodgers, RB 


Offensive 
Lineman 

1952 TomCosqroveC 


1953 


Marty Crytzer, E 


1954 


Jack Bowersox, G 


1955 


Russell Dennis, E 


1956 


Al Wharton, OT 


1957 


Tom Gunderman, G 


1958 


Fred Cole, OT 


1959 


Tom Gunderman, G 


1960 


Bob Hacker, C 


1961 


Roger Shoals, OT 


1962 


Roger Shoals, OT 


1963 


Gene Feher, C 


1964 


Joe Frattaroli, C 


1965 


MattArbutina.OT 


1966 


Tom Cichowski, OT 


1967 


Ron Pearson, OG 


1968 


Bill Meister, OG 


1969 


Bill Meister, OG 


1970 


Pat Burke, OG 


1971 


Tim Brannon, OG 


1972 


Tim Brannon, OG 


1973 


Bart Purvis, OG 


1974 


Stan Rogers, OG 


1975 


Marion Koprowski, OT 


1976 


Ed Fulton, OG 


Tom Shick, OT 


1977 


Mike Yeates, OG 


1978 


Enc Sievers, TE 



1979 


Kerwin Wyatt, OG 


1980 


Eric Sievers, TE 


1981 


Dave Pacella. OT 


1982 


Dave Pacella, OT 


1983 


Ron Solt, OG 


1984 


Kevin Glover, C 


1985 


J.D. Maarleveld, OT 


1986 


Billy Hughes, C 


1987 


Billy Hughes, C 


1988 


Mark Agent, C 


1989 


Mike Kiselak, OG 


1990 


Clarence Jones, OT 


1991 


Mitch Suplee, C 


1992 


Steve Ingram, OT 


1993 


Steve Ingram, OT 


1994 


Steve Ingram, OT 


1995 


Darryl Gilliam, OT 


Defensive Bacic 

1952 Ed Fullerton, HB 


1953 


Dick Nolan, HB 


1954 


Joe Horning, HB 


1955 


Lynn Beiqhtol, QB 


1956 


Bob Rusevlvan, OB 


1957 


Bob Layman, HB 


1958 


Jim Joyce, FB 


1959 


Dwayne Fletcher, HB 


1960 


Jim Davidson, HB 


1961 


Tom Brown, HB 


1962 


Joe Hrezo, LB 


1963 


Ernie Arizzi, HB 


1964 


Bob Sullivan, HB 


1965 


Fred Cooper, HB 


1966 


Lou Stickel, HB 


1967 


Bob Colbert, HB 


1968 


Kenny Dutton, HB 


1969 


Tony Greene, S 


1970 


Tony Greene, S 


1971 


_ Larry Marshall, HB 



1972 


Bob Smith, S 


1973 


Harry Walters, HB 


1974 


Harry Walters, HB 


1975 


Kevin Benson, LB 


1976 


Brad Carr, LB 


1977 


Brad Carr, LB 


1978 


Neal OIkewicz, LB 


1979 


none 


1980 


Brian Matera, LB 


1981 


Llyod Burruss, HB 


1982 


Damelll Dailev, LB 


1983 


none 


1984 


Clarence Baldwin, HB 


1985 


Al Covington, S 


1986 


Al Covington, S 


1987 


Keela Covington, CB 


Chad Sydnor, CB 


1988 


Chad Sydnor, CB 


1989 


Eddie Tomlin,S 


1990 


Glenn Page, LB 


1991 


Mike Jarmolowich, LB 


1992 


Scott Rosen, DB 


1993 


Orlando Strozier, DB 


1994 


Andreal Johnson, CB 


1995 


Chad Scott, CB 


Defensive 
Lineman 

1952 John Adelman, E 


1953 


Bob Morgan, T 


1954 


Tom McLuckie, G 


1955 


Mike Sandusky, T 


1956 


Mike Sandusky, T 


1957 


Rod Breedlove, G 


1958 


Ben Scotti, E 


1959 


Rod Breedlove, G 


1960 


Tom Sankovich, T 


1961 


Dave Crossan, T 


1962 


Walter Rock, G 



1963 


Joe Ferrante, G 


1964 


OlafDrozdov, DT 


1965 


Larry Baqranoff, DT 


1966 


Jim Lavrusky, DT 


1967 


Mike Grace, DG 


1968 


Henry Gareis, DE 


1969 


Peter Mattia,DT 


1970 


Guy Roberts, DE 


1971 


Chris Cowdrey, DE 


1972 


Paul Vellano, DG 


1973 


Randy White, DT 


1974 


Randy White, DT 


1975 


Paul Divito, DG 


1976 


Joe Campbell, DT 


1977 


Ted Klaube, DG 


1978 


Charies Johnson, DT 


1979 


Bruce Palmer, DG 


1980 


James Shaffer, DE 


1981 


Ed Gall, DT 


1982 


Greq Vanderhout, DG 


1983 


none 


1984 


Pete Koch, DG 


1985 


Bruce Mesner, DG 


1986 


Bruce Mesner, DG 


1987 


Ted Chapman, DT 


1988 


Warren Powers, DT 


1989 


Larry Webster, DT 


1990 


Rick Fleece, DG 


1991 


Larry Webster, DT 


1992 


Darren Drozdov, DT 


1993 


Jaime Flores, DE 


1994 


Jamie Braqq, DT 


1995 


Johnnie Hicks, DT 



Note: These awards were 
discontinued after 1995. 



lefrak scholarship 




Josh Wilson 



The Samuel J. and Ethel LeFrak Foundation donated 
SI million in 2003 to establish the Samuel J, LeFrak 
Scholars Fund at the University of Maryland. 

The gift will fund annual LeFrak Scholars in the sports 
of men's basketball, football and men's track. Beginning in 
2004-05. the three LeFrak scholarships will be awarded 
annually concurrently and in perpetuity to three student- 
athletes who exhibit extraordinary athletic ability leadership 
and academic achievement. 

Men's basketball player Nik Caner-Medley was the 
first-ever recipient of the LeFrak Scholarship at Maryland 
for the 2003-04 season and Sean Lowe earned the honor for men's track. 

Cornerback Josh Wilson is this year's recipient from the football team. 

Prior to his death in Apnl 2003, Samuel J, LeFrak, a 1940 graduate of the 
University of Maryland and one of its most distinguished alumni, was chairman of the 
Lefrak Organization, one of the world's largest private development companies. The 
firm's accomplishments include building Lefrak City, a community of apartments, stores 
and office buildings in Queens. N.Y; and creating and developing Battery Park City in 
New York City as well as Newport, a S 1 billion mixed-use community in New Jersey on 
600 acres overlooking the Hudson River 



While a student at Maryland, 
LeFrak was a varsity track letterman, 
president of the Latch Key Honor 
Society and an officer of his class and 
ofTau Epsilon Phi. 

"In keeping with Dr. LeFrak's 
dedicated support of the university for 
more than 60 years, the foundation is 
happy to sustain his wishes to help 
the school in its many endeavors to 
maintain high scholastic and athletic 
standards," said Deborah Dolan, 
director of the LeFrak Foundation. 

Said athletics director Deborah 
A. Vow, "The LeFrak scholar-athletes 
will serve as role models to young 
people across the country. We are 
very grateful for the generosity of Dr. 
and Mr?. LeFrak." 




Samuel J. LeFrak 



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DICK ABSHER, LB-K 

Washington (1967) 
Atlanta (1967-68) 
New Orleans (1969-71) 
Philadelphia (1972> 

JOHN ALDERTON. DE 

Pittsburgh (1953) 

O'BRIEN ALSTON, LB 

Indianapolis (1988-92) 

STEVE ATKINS, RB 

Green Bay (1979-81) 
Philadelphia (1981) 

JESS ATKINSON, PK 

NY Giants (1985,1 
St. Louis (1985) 
Washington (1986-87) 
Indianapolis (1988) 

BOB AVELLINI, OB 

Chicago Bears (1975-«3) 
NY Jets (1984) 

RICK BADANJEK, FB 

Washington (1986) 
Atlanta (1987-88) 

BROOKS BARNARD 

New England (2003) 

Green Bay (2004-1 

ERIC BARTON, LB 

Oakland (1999-2003) 
N.YJets(2004-) 

DICK BIELSKI, FB-TE-PK 

Philadelphia (1955-59) 
Dallas (1960-61) 
Baltimore Colts (1962-63) 

ALVIN BLOUNT, RB 

Dallas (1987) 

ROD BREEDLOVE, LB 

Washington (1960-6-: 
Pittstxjrgh (1965-67) 

BROOKE BREWER, HB 

Cleveiar.0,1921) 
Akron (1922) 

DONALD BROWN, DB 

Miami I i 3001 
San Dtego (1986) 
NY Giants (1987) 

J.B. BROWN, DB 

Miami (1989-96 
Pittstxjrgh (1997) 
Arizona (1998) 
Detroit (1999-2000) 



TOM BROWN, S 

Green Bay (1964-68) 
Washington (1969) 

LLOYD BURRUSS, S 

Kansas City (1981-91, 1993) 
Denver (1992) 

HARRY BUTSKO, LB 

Washington (1963) 

JOE CAMPBELL, DE 

New Orleans (lyrr-^'S) 
Oakland (1979-81) 
Tampa Bay (1981) 

LOUIS CARTER, RB 

Oakland (1975) 
Tampa Bay (1976-78) 




TED CHAPMAN, DE 

LA, Raiders (19871 

TOM CICHOWSKI, T 

Denver (1967-68) 

FRED COLE, G 

LA Chargers 1 1960,) 

GARY COLLINS. FL-P 

Cleveland (1962-7- ) 

LLOYD COLTERYAHN, E 

Baltimore Colts (1954-56) 

GEORGE COLTON, G 

New England 1 1987 1 

ED COOKE, DE 

Chicago Bears (1958) 
Philadelphia (1958) 
Baltimore Colts (1959) 
N.y. Titans (1960-62) 
N.Y. Jets (1963) 
Denver (1964-65) 
Miami (1966-67) 

JIM CORCORAN, OB 

Boston (1966) 



DELBERT COWSETTE, DL 

Indianapolis (2000) 
Washington (2000-2002) 
N.Y. Giants (2004) 

RENARD COX, DB 

Jacksonville (20011 

CLIFF CROSBY, DB 

Cincinnati (1999) 
St, Louis (1999) 
Indianapolis (2000-03) 
Kansas City (2004-) 

DAVE CROSSAN, C 

Washington (1965-69) 

DAVE D'ADDIO, RB 

Detroit (1984) 

MATT D'AMICO, LB 

Cincinnati (1989) 

JACK DAVIS, G 

Boston (1960) 

CHRIS DOWNS, RB 

Oakland (2004) 

DARREN DROZDOV, DT 

Denver (1993) 

MARK DUDA. DT 

St, Louis (1983-87) 

JEFF DUGAN, TE 

Minnesota (2004) 

FERRELL EDMUNDS, TE 

Miami (1988-92) 
Seattle (1993-94) 

BOOMER ESIASON, OB 

Cincinnati (1984-92, 1997) 
NY, Jets (1993-95) 
Arizona (1996-97) 



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CHUCK FAUCETTE, LB 

San Diego (1987-88) 



RON FAZIO. TE 

Philadelphia (1987) 

RALPH FELTON, LB 

Washington (1954-60) 
Buffalo (1961-62) 

JOHN FEUGILL, OL 

Den/eryGG'j'';' 

ANDY FLETCHER. FB 

Buffalo (1920) 

MELVIN FOWLER, OL 

Cleveland (2002-) 

ED FULLERTON, DB 

Pittsburgh (1953 

ED FULTON, G 

LA, Rams (1978) 
Buffalo (1979) 

LU GAMBINO. HB 

Baltimore Colts (1948-49) 

STAN GELBAUGH. QB 

Buffalo (1986-89) 
Seattle (1992-95) 

O'NEIL GLENN. OT 

New England (1991) 

KEVIN GLOVER. C 

Detroit (1985-97, 
Seattle (1998-99) 

TONY GREENE. CB 

Buffalo. '^?--^^ 

CHET HANULAK, HB 

Cleveland (1954, 1957) 

DON HEALY, T 

Chicago (1958-59) 
Dallas (1960^1) 
Buffalo (1962) 

E.J. HENDERSON. LB 

Minnesota (2CC;- 

BO HICKEY, RB 

Denver (1967) 

ERIC HICKS. DE 

Kansas City 11956-) 

CHARLES HILL, DL 

Houston Texans (2002) 
Chaago (2003) 
Carolina (2004-) 

SHAUN HILL, OB 

Minnesota (2002-) 

STEVE INGRAM, OL 

Tampa Bay ('995/ 
Jacksonville (1999) 



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BEN JEFFERSON, OT 

Indianapolis (1989-90) 

KRIS JENKINS, DL 

Carolina Panthers (2001-) 

RICK JENNINGS, WR 

Oakland (1976-77) 
Tampa Bay (1977) 
San Francisco (1977) 

LEON JOE, LB 

Chicago (2004) 

BARRY JOHNSON, WR 

Denver (1991-92) 

CHARLES JOHNSON, NT 

Green Bay (1979-80. 1983) 

VERNON JOINES, WR 

Cleveland (1989-90) 
Denver (1991) 

CLARENCE JONES, OT 

N.Y. Giants (1991-94) 
St. Louis Rams (1995) 
New Orleans (1996-98) 
Carolina (1999) 

STAN JONES, G-T-DT 

Chicago Bears (1954-65) 
Washington (1966) 

LAMONT JORDAN, RB 

New York Jets (2001-04) 

WILLIE JOYNER, RB 

Houston (19841 

VINCE KINNEY, WR 

Denver (1978-79) 

BILL KIRCHIRO, G 

Baltimore Colts (1962) 

MIKE KISELAK, OL 

Dallas i:;998-99i 

PETE KOCH, DE 

Cincinnati (1984) 
Kansas City (1985-88) 
LA. Raiders (1989-90) 

RAY KROUSE, DT 

NY. Giants (1951-55) 
Detroit (1956-57) 
Baltimore Colts (1958-59) 
Washington (1960) 

PETE LADYGO, G 

Pittsburgh (1952, 1954) 

JERMAINE LEWIS, WR 

Baltimore Ravens (1996-2001,1 
Houston Texans (2002) 
Jacksonville (2003-) 

JOHN LOOKABAUGH, E 

Washington (1946-47) 




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defensive players in football in leading the Carolina Panthers to Super Bowl 
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JAMES LYNCH, FB 

(Minnesota (2003) 
Miami (2004) 

J.D. MAARLEVELD, T 

Tampa Bay (1986-87) 

MARK MANGES, OB 

St. Louis (1978) 

LARRY MARSHALL, KR-DB 

Kansas City (1972-73) 
Minnesota (1974) 
Philadelphia (1974-77) 
L.A. Rams (1978) 

JIM MEADE, FB 

Washington (193940) 

ROLAND MERRITT, WR 

Washington (1970) 

BRUCE MESNER, DT 

Buffalo (1987) 
Kansas City (1988) 

SCOTT MILANOViCH, QB 

Tampa Bay (1996-99) 



STEVE MIKE-MAYER, PK 

San Francisco (1975-76) 
Detroit (1977) 
New Orleans (1978) 
Baltimore Colts (1979-80) 






DICK MODZELEWSKI, DT (^ 

Washington (1953-54) , 

Pittsburgh (1955) * 

N.Y Giants (1956-63) ,, 

Cleveland (1964-66) | 

ED MODZELEWSKI, FB 

Pittsburgh (1952) 

Cleveland (1955-59) ' 

TOMMY MONT, QB < 

Washington (1947-49) 

BOB MORGAN, T I 

Chicago Cardinals (1954) | 

Washington (1954) | 

JOE MOSS, T ^ 

Washington (1952) 

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MATT MURPHY, TE 

Detroit (2002) | 
Houston Texans (2003-) 

CHIP MYRTLE, LB 

Denver (1967-72) ' 

San Diego (1974) . 

RENALDO NEHEMIAH, WR . 

San Francisco (1982-84) ' 

ED NICKLA, G ^ 

Chicago (1959) ( 

DICK NOLAN, DB ( 

NY Giants (1954-57, 1959-61) 

Chicago Cardinals (1958) { 

Dallas (1962) 

JACK NORRIS, E 

Staten Island (1932) ' 




JAMES MILLING, WR 

Atlanta (1988-911 
NY Giants (1991) 

CHARLIE MILLS. FB 

Buffalo (1920) 




NEIL O'DONNELL, OB 

Pittsburgh (1990-95) 
NY Jets (1996-97) 
Cincinnati (1998) 
Tennessee (1999-2003) 

ERIC OGBOGU, LB 

NY Jets (1998-200: 1 
Cincinnati (2002) 
Dallas (2003-) 



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KENDALL OGLE, LB 

Cleveland (1999-2000) 

TONY OKANLAWON, DB 

SanDiPqn(?nn?l 

! NEAL OLKEWICZ, LB 

i Washington (1979-89) 

DAVE PACELLA, G-C 

Philadelphia (198-) I 

ALAN PASTRANA, OB 

! Denver 1 1969-70) 

BOB PELLEGRINI, LB 

I Philadelphia (1956. 1958-61) 
' Washinqton (1962-651 

PHIL PERLO, LB 

Houston (I960) 

DANPLOCKI, K 

Cleveland (1989) 

WARREN POWERS, DE 

' Denver 11989-92) 

ROB RABA, TE 

NY Jels (1977-79) 
Baltimore Colts (1980) 
Washington (1981) 

DON RATLIFF, DE 

Philadelphia ■-'= 

FRANK REICH, OB 

Buffalo (1985-94) 
Carolina (1995) 
' N.Y Jets (1996) 
Detroit (1997-98' 




GUY ROBERTS, LB 

Houston (1972-75 
Atlanta (1976) 
Miami (1977) 



' WALTER ROCK, T 

. San Franasco (1963-67) ^ 

Washington (1968-731 

' JEFF RODENBERGER, RB 

I New Orleans (i987) 



STAN ROGERS, T 

Denver (1975) 

DURRAND ROUNDTREE, DE 

Indianapolis l20r)4 

LEWIS SANDERS, DB 

Cleveland (2000- ) 

MIKE SANDUSKY, T-G 

Pillsburgh (1957-65) 

JACK SCARBATH, OB 

)«ashinglon (1953-54) 
Pittsburgh (1956) 

SCOTT 

SCHANKWEILER, LB 

Buffalo (1987) 

KEN SCHROY. S 

NY Jels (1977-84) 

JOHN SCHULTZ, WR 

Denver (1976-78) 

CHAD SCOTT, DB 

Pittsburgh (1997-) 

SEAN SCOTT, LB 

Dallas (1988) 

BEN SCOTTI, DB 

Washington (1959-61) 
Philadelphia (1962-63) 
San Francisco (1964) 

DICK SHINER, OB 

Washington (1964-66) 
Cleveland (1967) 
Pittsburgh (1968-69) 
N.Y. Giants (1970) 
Atlanta (1971-73) 
New England (1973-74) 

ROGER SHOALS, T 

Cleveland (1963-64) 
Detroit (1965-70) 
Denver(1971) 

ERIC SIEVERS, TE 

San Diego (1981-88) 
LA Rams (1988) 
New England (1989-90) 

GEROY SIMON, WR 

IRV SMITH, DB 

Washington (1993) 

JERRY SNYDER, HB 

N.Y. Giants (1929) 
Staten Island (1930) 

RON SOLT, G 

Indianapoiisi 1984-68. 1992) 
Philadelphia (1988-91) 

RANDY STARKS, DT 

Tennessee (2004) 



CHAD SYDNOR, DB 

Chicago (1989) 

RATCLIFF THOMAS, LB 

liuli,iiM|K)lis (1998-2001 

JOHN TICE, TE 

NewOrleans(1983-91) 
Minnesota (1992-94) 

MIKE TICE, TE 

Seattle (1981-88. 1990-92) 
Washington (1989) 
Minnesota (1993, 1995) 

STEVE TRIMBLE, DB 

Denver (1981-83) 

BILLY VAN HEUSEN, SEP 

Denver (1968-76 

ED VEREB, HB 

Washington (I960) 

JOHN WAERIG, TE 

Detroit (2001) 

KEVIN WALKER, LB 

Cincinnati (1988-92) 

AL WALLACE, DE 

Philadelphia (1997-99) 
Chicago (2000) 
Carolina (2002-) 

RON WALLER, HB-KR 

LA. Rams (1955-58) 
L.A. Chargers (I960) 

LARRY WEBSTER, DT 

Miami (1992-94) 
Cleveland (1995) 
Baltimore Ravens (1996-2001) 
NY Jets (2002) 



RANDY WHITE, DT 

Dallas (1975-88) 

WALTER WHITE, TE 

Kansas City (1975-79,' 

TODD WIKE, OG 

Oakland (2004) 

MADIEU WILLIAMS, DB 

Cincinnati (2004) 

DENNARD WILSON, DB 

Washington (2004) 

ERIC WILSON, LB 

Buffalo (1985-86) 

Washinqton (1987) 

TIM WILSON, RB-TE 

Houston (1977-82) 
New Orleans (1983-84) 

ELMER WINGATE, DE 

Baltimore Colts (1953) 

JOHN WRIGHT. FB 

Baltimore Colts (1947) 

KERVIN WYATT, LB 

NY Giants f980i 

FRANK WYCHECK, HB 

Washington (1993-94) 
Houslon.Tennessee (1995-2003i 

SCOTT ZOLAK. QB 

New England (1991-98) 
Miami (1999) 

Note; Additions or corrections to the atxwe list should be 
submitted to the Maryland media relations office. 



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Maryland Head Coaches to Coach In NFL 

Bobby Ross 

Maryland imM^ 

San Diego Chargers (1992-96) 

Detroit Lions (1997-2000) 



Lou Saban 

Maryland (1966L 



Boston Patnots (1960-611_ 



Buffalo Bills (1962-65 . 1972-76) 
D enve r Bronco s (1967-71) 



Clark Shaughnessy 
Maryland (1942, 1946J 



Los Angeles Rams (19 48-49) 

Maryland Players 
to Coach In NFL 

Dicit Modzelewski 

Cleveland Brovms (1977) 

Dick Nolan 

San Francisco 49ers (1968-75) 

New Orleans Saints (1978-80) 




Lou Saban 



C Sftaug/inessy 



Mike Tice 

Minnesota Vikings (2001 -present) 

Ron Waller 

San Diego Chargers (1973) 



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PICKS 



1952 


Ed Modzelewski, B (5) 


Pittsburgh 


1953 


Jack Scarbath, B (2) 


Washington 


1954 


BernieFalonev,B(10) 


San Francisco 


1955 


Dick Bielski, B (8) 


Philadelphia 


1956 


Bob Pellegrini, C (3) 


Philadelphia 




EdVereb,B(11) 


Washington 


1962 


Gary Collins, E 


Cleveland 
Boston (AFL) 


1975 


Randy White, DT (2) 


Dallas 


1977 


Joe Campbell, DE (7) 


New Orleans 


1984 


Pete Koch, DE (16) 


Cincinnati 




RonSolt,OG(19) 


Indianapolis 


1997 


Chad Scott, DB (24) 


Pittsburgh 


2005 


ShawneMerriman, DE(12) 


San Diego 








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Ed Modzelewski Jack Scarbath BernieFaloney DickBietski Bob Pellegrini 




Ed Vereb 



Gary Collins Randy White Joe Campbell Pete Koch 




Ron Solt 



Chad Scott Shawne Merriman 



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1937 

6 Bill Guckeyson, B 


Philadelphia 


1944 

12 Tommy Mont, B 


New York Giants 


1945 

16 BillByrd,C 


New York Giants 


24 Lu Gambino, B 


Chicago Bears 


1946 

28 Don Gleasner, E 


Boston 


1947 

11 Emile Fritz, G 


Chicago Bears 


1948 

28 Harry Bonk, B 


Boston 


1950 

20 Fred Davis, E 


Detroit 


25 Jim Brasher, C 


Cleveland 


26 Earl Roth, B 


Washington 


1951 

2 Rav Krouse, T 


New York Giants 


4 Elmer Wingate, E 


New York Yanks 


9 Jake Rowden. C 


Washinoton 


10 Chester Gierula, G 


Cleveland 


1952 

1 Ed Modzele«(Ski, B 


Pittsburgh 


6 Dave Cianelli, C 


Texas 


6 Ed Kensler, G 


Washington 


13 Tom Cosgrove, C 


Cleveland 


14 Joe Moss, T 


Los Angeles Rams 


16 Pete Ladygo, G 


Pittsburgh 



23 Paul Nestor, T 


Chicago Bears 


24 Bob Ward, G 


Texas 


26 Chuck Fry, T 


Chicago Cardinals 


27 Bill Maletzky G 


Cleveland 


28 Karney Scioscia, B 


Chicago Bears 


30 Bob Shemonski, B 


Chicago Bears 


1953 

1 Jack Scarbath, B 


Washington 


2 Dick Modzelewski, T 


Washington 


4 Lloyd Colteryahn, E 


Pittsburgh 


4 Ed Fullerton, B 


San Francisco 


5 Stan Jones, T 


Chicago Bears 


7 John Alderlon, E 


Pittsburgh 


8 Bob Morgan, T 


Los Angeles Rams 


8 Lew Weidensaul, E 


Washington 


22 Ed O'Connor, T 


Pittsburgh 


25 ArtHurd.G 


Washington 


1954 

1 Bernie Falonev, B 


San Francisco 


2 Chet Hanulak, B 


Cleveland 


4 Dick Nolan, B 


New York Giants 


4 Charlie Boxold, B 


San Francisco 


4 Ralph Felton, B 


Washington 


12 Tom Breunich, T 


Cleveland 


13 Charles Lattimer, C 


Pittsburgh 


26 Ralph Baierl, T 


Green Bay 


1955 

1 Dick Bielski, B 


Philadelphia 


2 Ron Waller, B 


Los Angeles Rams 


6 Jack Bowersox, G 


Chicago Cardinals 


8 Sam Irvine, C 


Chicago Cardinals 


8 Bill Walker, E 


Detroit 


13 Tom McLuckie, G 


Chicago Cardinals 


15 Don Brougher, C 


Philadplphi.T 



17 Lynn Beightol, B 


Green Bav 


22 George Albrecht,B 


Detroit 


26 George Palahunik, G 


Philadelphia 


1956 

1 Bob Pellegrini, C 


Philadelphia 


1 Ed Vereb, B 


Washington 


8 Russ Dennis, E 


Green Bay 


10 Bob Laughery, B 


Green Bay 


11 TomSelep,B 


Detroit 


1957 

4 Mike Sandusky, T 


San Francisco 


14 Joe Lazzarino, T 


Los Angeles Rams 


15 GeneAlderton, C 


Detroit 


16 Ed Heunng, E 


Chicago Bears 


17 Frank Tamburello, B 


Cleveland 


18 Al Wharton, G 


Chicago Bears 


23 JackHealyB 


New York Giants 


29 Howie Dare, B 


Green Bay 


1958 

3 Ed Cooke, E 


Chicago Bears 


3 Don Healv, T 


Chicago Bears 


28 Wilbur Main, B 


Chicago Bears 


1959 

6 Fred Cole, G 


Chicago Bears 


14 KunSchwarz,G 


Washington 


1960 

3 Rod Breedlove, G 


San Francisco 


1961 

16 Roger Shoals, T 


Cleveland 


17 Everett Cloud, B 


Dallas 



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1 Gary Collins, E 


Cleveland 


7 Bill Kirchiro, G 


St, Louis 


14 Jim Davidson, B 


Detroit 


is Dick Barlund. E 


St. Louis 


1963 

2 Tom Brown, B 


Green Bay 


2 Walter Rock. G 


San Francisco 


3 Dave Crossan, G-C 


Philadelphia 


15 Harrv Butsko, LB 


Washinqton 


1964 

7 Dick Shiner, QB 


Washinqton 


14 Ernie Arizzi, B 


Philadelphia 


1965 

9 Ken Ambrusko. B 


Chicaqo Bears 


14 Jerry Fishman. LB 


Baltimore 


1966 

2 Tom Cichowski. OT 


Green Bay 


1967 

5 DickAbsher.TE 


Philadelphia 


14 Bo Hickev, FB 


St. Louis 


1968 

13 TomMyslinski.OG 


Ne»( York Jets 


1969 

10 Ron Pearson, TE-LB 


Chicaqo Bears 


11 Alan Pastrana, QB 


Denver 


12 Harry Blackney.RB 


New York Giants 


1970 

: Roland Memtt, WR 


Washinqton 


9 Ralph Sonntao. OT 


Washinqton 


1972 

8 Guv Roberts, LB 


Houston 


15 Lanv Marshall, DB 


Kansas City 


1974 

7 Bart Purvis, OT 


Green Bay 


14 Paul Vellano, DT 


Chicaqo Bears 


1975 

* 1 Randy White, DT 


Dallas 


3 Louis Carter. RB 


Oakland 


' 3 Steve Mike-Mayer, PK 


San Francisco 


, 3 Walter White, TE 


PIttsburqh 


' 5 Stan Rogers, OT 


Denver 


. 6 BobAvellini,QB 


Chicaqo Bears 


' 10 Phil Waqenhelm, P 


Baltimore 


j 10 Ken Schrov, DB 


PhlladelDhIa 


12 Harry Walters. LB 


Denver 


1 16 Robert Smith, 06 


Baltimore 


17 Frank Russell, WR 


Baltimore 


1976 

11 Rick Jenninos, RB 


Oakland 



1977 

1 Joe Campbell, DE 


New Orleans 


3 Tim Wilson, RB 


Houston 


3 Ed Fulton, OG 


Los Angeles Rams 


6 Tom Schick, OG 


New Orleans 


12 Dave Conrad, OT 


New York Jets 


1978 

4 Mark Manqes, QB 


Los Anqeles Rams 


10 Vince Kinney, WR 


Denver 


1979 

2 Steve Atkins, RB 


Green Bay 


3 Charles Johnson, DT 


Green Bay 


1980 

10 Larry Stevi/art, OT 


Baltimore 


1981 

3 Lloyd Bun-uss, DB 


Kansas City 


4 Enc Sievers, TE 


San Dieqo 


6 Sam Johnson, DB 


Detroit 


11 Ed Gall, DT 


New York Jets 


1982 

9 Darnell Dailey LB 


St. Louis 


1983 

3 John Tice, TE 


New Orleans 


4 Mark Duda, DT 


St. Louis 


7 Gumest Brown, DT 


Buffalo 


1984 

1 Pete Koch, DE 


Cincinnati 


1 Ron Solt, OG 


Indianapolis 


2 Boomer Esiason, QB 


Cincinnati 


4 Dave D'Addio, RB 


Detroit 


7 Willie Joyner, RB 


Houston 


12 Russell Davis, WR 


Buffalo 


1985 

2 Kevin Glover, C 


Detroit 


3 Frank Reich, QB 


Buffalo 


7 Eric Wilson, LB 


Green Bay 


1986 

5 J.D, Maarleveld, OT 


Tampa Bay 


5 Donald Brown, DB 


San Dieqo 


6 Stan Gelbauqh, QB 


Dallas 


7 Rick Badaniek. RB 


Washinqton 


9 George Colton, OG 


New Enqland 


11 Len Lynch, OG 


New Yort( Giants 


1987 

8 Bmce Mesner, DE 


Buffalo 


9 Alvin Blount, RB 


Dallas 


10 Chuck Faucette, LB 


New Yori< Giants 


11 Tommy Neal, RB 


Denver 


1988 

3 Kevin Walker, LB 


Cincinnati 


3 Fenrell Edmunds, TE 


Miami 


9 AzizuddinAbdur-Raoof.WR 


Kansas City 


10 O'Brien Alston, LB 


Indianapolis 


11 James Millinq, WR 


Atlanta 



1989 

i_ Warren Powers, DE 

5 Vernon Joines, WR 

11 Dan Plocki, PK 

12 J.B. Brown, DB 

1990 

3 Neil O'Donnell, QB 


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Pittsburgh 


12 Blaine Rose, OG 

1991 

4 Scott Zolak, QB 


New England 
New England 


4 Clarence Jones, OT 


New York Giants 


9 ONeil Glenn, OG 


New Enqland 


1992 

3 Larry Webster, DT 


Miami 


7 Derek Steele, DE 


Indianapolis 


1993 

6 Frank Wycheck, TE 


Washinqton 


1995 

7 Steve Inqram, OG 


Tampa Bay 


1996 

5 Jermaine Lewis, WR 


Baltimore 


1997 

1 Chad Scott, DB 


PIttsburqh 


1998 

6 Enc Oqboqu, DE 


New York Jets 


1999 

5 Enc Barton, LB 


Oakland 


6 Kendall Oqle, LB 


Cleveland 


2000 

4 Lewis Sanders, DB 


Cleveland 


7 DelbertCowsette.DT 


Washinqton 


2001 

2 Kns Jenkins, DT 


Carolina 


2 LaMont Jordan, RB 


New Yo(1( Jets 


2002 

3 Meivin Fowler, C 


Cleveland 


3 Charles Hill, DT 


Houston 


7 Matt Murphy TE 


Detroit 


2003 

2 E J Henderson, LB 


Minnesota 


2004 

2 Madieu Williams. S 


Cincinnati 


3 Randy Starks,DT 


Tennessee 


4 Leon Joe, LB 


ChKaqo 


7 JeffDuqan,TE 


Minnesota 


7 Bmce Penv, RB 


Philadelphia 


2005 

1 Shawne Merhman. DE 


San Dieqo 


3 Domonique Foxworth. CB 


Denver 



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NFL PLAYERS BY POSITION 



Quarterbacks 



Bob Avellini 


1975-84 


Jim Corcoran 


1968 


Boomer Esiason 


1984-97 


Stan Gelbauqh 


1986-95 


Shaun Hill 


2002- 


Mark Manges 


1978 


Scott Milanovich 


1996-99 


Tommy Mont 


1947-49 


Neil O'Donnell 


1990-2003 


Al Pastrana 


1969-70 


Frank Reich 


1985-98 


Jack Scarbath 


1953-56 


Dick Shiner 


1964-74 


Scott Zolak 


1991-99 



Bob Avellini 



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Running Backs 



Steve Atkins 


1979-81 


Rick Badaniek 


1986-88 


Dick Bielski 


1955-63 


Alvin Blount 


1987 


Brooke Brewer 


1921-22 


Louis Carter 


1975-78 


Dave D'Addio 


1984 


Chris Do«(ns 


2004 


Andy Fletcher 


1920 


Lu Gambino 


194849 


Chat Hanulak 


1954-57 


Bo Hickev 


1967 


LaMont Jordan 


2001- 


Willie Jovner 


1984 


James Lynch 


2003- 


Jim Meade 


1939-40 


Charlie Mills 


1920 


Ed Modzelewski 


1952, '55-59 


Jeff Rodenberqer 


1987 


Jen\ Snyder 


1929-30 


Ed Vereb 


1960 


Ron Waller 


1955-58, '60 


Tim Wilson 


1977-84 


John Wright 


1947 



LaMonf Jordan 




Receivers/Tight Ends 



Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof 


1988-89 


Dick Bielski 


1955-63 


Gary Collins 


1962-71 


Lloyd Colteryahn 


1954-56 


Jeff Duqan 


2004- 


Ferrell Edmunds 


1988-94 


Ron Fazio 


1987 


Rick Jennings 


1976-77 


Barry Johnson 


1991-92 


Vernon Joines 


1989-91 


Vince Kinney 


1978-79 


Jermaine Lewis 


1996-2004 


Roland Merritt 


1970 


James Milling 


1988-91 


Matt Murphy 


2002-2004 


Renaldo Nehemiah 


1982-84 


Rob Raba 


1977-81 


John Schultz 


1976-78 


Eric Sievers 


1981-90 


Geroy Simon 


1997 


John Tice 


1983-94 


Mike Tice 


1981-95 


Billy Van Heusen 


1968-76 


John Waenq 


2001 


Walter White 


1975-79 


Frank Wycheck 


1993-2003 



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Offensive Linemen 




Tom Cichowski 


1967-68 


Fred Cole 


1960 


George Colton 


1987 


Dave Crossan 


1965-69 


Jack Davis 


1960 


John Feugill 


2000-2001 


Melvin Fowler 


2002- 


Ed Fulton 


1978-79 


O'Neil Glenn 


1991 


Kevin Glover 


1985-99 


Don Healy 


1958-62 


Steve Ingram 


1995, 1999 


Ben Jefferson 


1989-90 


Clarence Jones 


1991-2000 


Stan Jones 


1954-66 


Bill Kirchiro 


1962 


Mike Kiselak 


1998-99 


Pete Ladygo 


1952. '54 


J.D. Maarleveld 


1986-87 


Bob Morgan 


1954 


Joe Moss 


1952 


Ed Nickia 


1959 


Dave Pacella 


1984 


Walter Rock 


1963-73 


Stan Rogers 


1975 


Mike Sandusky 


1957-65 


Ron Solt 


1984-92 


Todd Wike 


2004 



KeWn 6/over 




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Defensive Linemi 

JohnAlderton 1953 


Joe Campbell 


1977-81 


Ted Chapman 


1987 


Ed Cooke 


1958-67 


Delbert Cowsette 


2000- 


Darren Drozdov 


1993 


Mart( Duda 


1983-87 


Enc Hicks 


1998- 


Charles Hill 


2002- 


Kns Jenkins 


2001- 


Charles Johnson 


1979-80, '83 


Stan Jones 


1954-66 


Pete Koch 


1984-90 


Ray Krouse 


1951-60 


John Lookabaugh 


1946-47 


Bruce Mesner 


1987-88 


Dick Modzelewski 


1953-66 


Bob Moraan 


1954 


Jack Norris 


1932 


Eric Oqboau 


1998- 


Wan-en Powers 


1989-92 


Don Ratliff 


1975 


Walter Rock 


1963-73 


Dun-and Roundtree 


2004 


Roger Shoals 


1963-71 


Randv Starks 


2004- 


Al Wallace 


1997-2000, '02- 


Lanv Webster 


1992-2002 


Randv White 


1975-88 


Elmer Wingate 


1953 



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Randy White 




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Linebackers 



DickAbsher 


1967-72 


O'Brien Alston 


1988-92 


Enc Barton 


1999- 


Rod Breedlove 


1960-67 


Harry Butsko 


1963 


Matt D'Amico 


1989 


Chuck Faucette 


1987-88 


Ralph Felton 


1954-62 


E J. Henderson 


2003- 


Leon Joe 


2004- 


Chip Myrtle 


1967-72. '74 


Enc Ogbogu 


1997- 


Kendall Ogle 


1999 


Neal OIkewicz 


1979-89 


Bob Pelleqnni 


1956, '58-65 


Phil Perlo 


1960 


Guy Roberts 


1972-77 


Scott Schankweiler 


1987 


Sean Scott 


1988 


Ratcliff Thomas 


1998-2001 


Kevin Walker 


1988-92 


Enc Wilson 


1985-87 


Kervin Wyatt 


1980 



Ratcliff nomas 




Defensive Backs 



Kickers/Punters 



Donald Brown 


1986-87 


J.B. Brown 


1989-2000 


Tom Brown 


1964-69 


Lloyd Bumjss 


1981-93 


Renard Cox 


2001 


Cliff Crosby 


1999- 


Ed Fullerton 


1953 


Tony Greene 


1971-79 


Larry Marshall 


1972-78 


Dick Nolan 


1954-62 


Tony Okanlawon 


2002 


Lewis Sanders 


2000- 


Ken Schroy 


1977-84 


Chad Scott 


1997- 


BenScotti 


1959-64 


irvSmitfi 


1993 


Chad Svdnor 


1989 


Steve Trimble 


1981-83 


Madieu Willliams 


2004- 


Dennard Wilson 


2004 



J.B. Brown 




Dick Absher 


1967-72 


Jess Atkinson 


1985-88 


Brooks Barnard 


2003- 


Dick Bielski 


1955^3 


Gary Collins 


1962-71 


Lan^ Marshall 


1972-78 


Steve Mike-Mayer 


1975-80 


Dan Plocki 


1989 


Billy Van Heusen 


1968-76 


Ron Waller 


1955-58, '60 



Jess Atidnson 




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When it comes to engineenng 
record-setting comebacl< victories, no 
one tias done It better ttian IVIaryland's 
Frank Reicti, wtio was at ttie controls 
for ttie greatest comebacks In NCAA 
and NFL lilstory. 

Reich's first encounter with 
greatness occurred as a senior in 
1984, when he came off the bench 
to lead the Terps to what then ranked 
as the biggest comeback in NCAA 
history. Down 31-0 at halftlme to 
the defending national champion 
Miami Hurricanes, head coach Bobby 
Ross inserted Reich into the lineup 
in place of Stan Gelbaugh, and 
Reich proceeded to complete 12 of 
16 passes for 260 yards and three 
touchdowns in propelling the Terps to 
a 42-40 victory in the Orange Bowl. 

Eight years later, on Jan. 3, 1993, 
Reich met destiny again as he led the 
Buffalo Bills to the greatest comeback 
in pro football annals. As in the Miami 
game in 1984, Reich came off the 
bench and performed his heroics 
against a top-notch opponent. This 
time the foe was the Houston Oilers, 
who appeared on their way to an 
easy playoff win by building a 35-3 
lead eariy in the second half. 

Reich, however, wasn't deterred. 
Filling in for the injured Jim Kelly, he 
demonstrated grace under fire by 
throwing for a career-high 289 yards 
and four touchdowns as the Bills went 
on to win 41-38 in overtime. 




Reich led the Bills back from a 35-3 third-quarter deficit. 



Reich led Marylarid to victory after trailirtg 31-0 at the hall 




January 3, 1 993 
Buffalo 41, Houston 38 



Houston oilers 


7 21 7 3 


-38 


Buffalo Bills 


3 28 7 


3 -41 


1-Oilers 


9:09 


Haywood Jeflires 3 yard pass from Vi/anen Moon (Al Del Greco kick) 


Hou, 7-0 


1 -Bills 


13:36 


Steve Chrislie 36 yard field goal 


Hou, 7-3 


Milers 


6:01 


Webster Slaughter 7 yard pass from Moon (Del Greco kick) 


Hou, 14-3 


2-Oilers 


11:51 


Curtis Duncan 26 yard pass from Moon (Del Greco kick) 


Hou, 21-3 


2-Oilers 


14:46 


Jeffires 27 yard pass from Moon (Del Greco l(ick) 


Hou, 28-3 


3-Oilers 


1:41 


Johnny McDowell 58 yard interceplion return (Del Greco kick) 


Hou, 35-3 


3-Bins 


6:08 


Kenneth Davis 1 yard run (Chnslie kick) 


Hou, 35-10 


3-Bills 


7:04 


Don Beebe 38 yard pass from Frank Reich (Chrislie kick) 


Hou, 35-17 


3-Bills 


10:39 


Andre Reed 26 yard pass from Reich (Chnslie kick) 


Hou, 35-24 


3-Bills 


13:00 


Reed 18 yard pass from Reich (Chnslie kick) 


Hou, 35-31 


4-Bills 


11:52 
14:48 


Reed 17 yard pass from Reich (Christie kick) 


Buf, 38-35 


4-Oilers 


Del Greco 26 yard field goal 


Tie, 38-38 


OT-Bills 


3:06 


Chnslie 32 yard field goal 


Buf, 41-38 


Rushing: Oilers- Vl/hile 19-75, Moon 2-7, Monlgomery 1-0, Bills- Davis 13-6B, Tliomas 11-26. Gardner 1-5, 

Reich 1 .minus 1 


Passing: 


Oilers- Moon 36-50-371 4 TD, 2 INT; Bills- Reich 21-34-289 4 TD, 1 INT 




Receiving: Oilers- Givens 9-117, JefHres 8-98, Slaughter 8-73, Duncan 8-57, Harris 2-24, While 1-11: Bills- 
Reed 8-136, Beebe 4-64, Melzelaars 343, Davis 2-25, Lofton 2-24, Tliomas 2-minus 3 



November 1 0, 1 984 
Maryland 42, Miami 40 

Marvland 21 21 


-42 


Miami (Fla.l 


7 24 3 6 


-40 


1 -Miami 


Bemie Kosar 1 yard run (Greg Cox kick) 


Mia, 7-0 


2-Miami 


Willie Smilh 7 yard pass from Kosar (Cox kick) 


Mia, 14-0 


2-Miami 


Smilh 11 yard pass from Kosar (Cox kick) 


Mia, 21-0 


2-Miami 


Cox 48 yard field goal 


Mia, 24-0 


2-Miami 


Charies Henn/ 1 yard pass from Kosar |Cox kick) 


Mia, 31-0 


3-Maryl3nd 


Greq Hill 39 yard pass from Frank Reich (Jess Atkinson kick) 


Mia, 31-7 


3-Maryland 


Reich 1 yard run (Alkinson kick) 


Mia, 31-14 


3-Miami 


Cox 19 yard field goal 


Mia, 34-14 


3-Maryland 


Alvin Blount 1 yard pass from Reich (Alkinson kick) 


Mia, 34-21 


4-Maryland 


Tommy Neal 14 yard njn (Alkinson kick) 


Mia, 34-28 


4-Maryland 


Hill 68 yard pass from Reich (Atkinson kick) 


Md., 35-34 


4-Maryland 


Rick Badaniek 4 yard nm (Alkinson kick) 


Md., 42-34 


4-Miami 


Eddie Brown 5 yard pass from Kosar (2-pl pass failed) 


Md., 4240 


Rushing: Maryland- 
14 Miami- Brallon 1 
Passing: Maryland- 

4 TD 2 INT 


Badaniek 1840, Blounl 9-36, Neal 6-33, Hill 1-minus2, Reich 6-minus 14, Wrighl 1-minus 
-63, Highsmilh 11-43, Oliver 5-15, Kosar 4-minus 9, 


Reich 12-15-260 3 TD, INT, fifltaigh 6-14-35 TD. 1 1NT Miami- Kosar 30-50-363 


Receiving: Maryland- Hill 8-182. Holder 3-37. Blount 3-13. Abdur-Ra'oof 2-22. Radanjek 1-23, Edmunds 1-18 , 
Miami- Smilh 12-128. Bralton 7-169. Oliver 5-29 Highsmilh 3-24, Brown 2-12, Henry 1-1 





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ANNUAL RECORDS & FINISHES 

Annual win-loss records since 1892 (SAIAA-South Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Association; SC-Southern Conference; ACC-Atlantic Coast Conference.) 





Year 


Overall 
Record 


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PA 


Conf. 


Conf. 
Rec. 


Conf. 
Finish 


Final AP 
Coach Rank Bowl Game 


■1 


1892 


0-3-0 


0-1-0 


0-1-0 


0-1-0 


(0.0) 


128(42.7) 








Will Skinner 


2 


1893 


6-0-0 


5-0-0 


1-0-0 




104(17.3) 


16 (2.7) 








Samuel Hardinq 


1894 


4-3-0 


3-0-0 


1-3-0 




106(15.1) 


76 (10.9) 








J.G. Bannon 


1895 


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1896 


6-2-2 


5-2-2 


1-0-0 




112(11.2) 


34 (3.4) 








Grenville Lewis 


1897 


2-4-0 


2-2-0 


0-2-0 




44 (7.3) 


68(11.3) 








Grenville Lewis 


1898 


2-5-1 


1-2-0 


1-3-1 




80(10.0) 


147(18.4) 








Frank Kenlv 


1899 


1-4-0 


1-1-0 


0-3-0 




26 (5.2) 


157(31.4) 








S.M. Cooke 


1900 


3-4-1 


2-4-1 


1-0-0 




68 (8.5) 


67(8.4) 








F.H. Peters 


1901 


1-7-0 


1-4-0 


0-2-0 


0-1-0 


49(6.1) 


129(16.1) 








Emmons Dunbar 


1902 


3-5-2 


2-2-1 


0-2-1 


1-1-0 


28(2.8) 


90(9.0) 








D. John Markev 




1903 


7-4-0 


4-1-0 


1-3-0 


2-0-0 


104(9.5) 


64 (5.8) 








D. John Markev 




1904 


2-4-2 


0-0-1 


2-4-1 




33(4.1) 


62(7.8) 








0. John Markev 




1905 


6-4-0 


5-1-0 


1-3-0 




131(13.1) 


66(6.6) 








Fred Neilsen 




1906 


5-3-0 


3-0-0 


2-2-0 


0-1-0 


98 (12.3) 


73(9.1) 








Fred Neilsen 




1907 


3-6-0 


1-2-0 


1-4-0 


1-0-0 


44(4.9) 


71 (7.9) 








Charles Melick 




1908 


3-8-0 


3-4-0 


0-4-0 




27 (2.5) 


204 (18.5) 








Bill Lanq 




1909 


2-5-0 


1-1-0 


1-3-0 


0-1-0 


19(2.7) 


103(14.7) 








Bill Lano and Dr. Edward Larkin 




1910 


4-3-1 


2-0-0 


1-3-1 


1-0-0 


78 (9.8) 


42(5.3) 








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1911 


4-4-2 


4-3-2 


0-1-0 




37(3.7) 


72 (7.2) 








Charley Donnellv/H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1912 


6-1-1 


4-0-0 


2-1-1 




191 (23.8) 


60 (7.5) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1913 


6-3-0 


4-2-0 


2-1-0 




184 (20.4) 


139(15.4) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1914 


5-3-0 


3-1-0 


2-2-0 




72 (9.0) 


49(6.1) 








H.C, "Curley" Byrd 




1915 


6-3-0 


6-0-0 


0-3-0 




161 (17.9) 


69 (7.7) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1916 


6-2-0 


4-1-0 


2-1-0 




142(17.8) 


52 (6.5) 








H.C, "Curley" Byrd 




1917 


4-3-1 


3-0-0 


1-2-1 


0-1-0 


89(11.1) 


159(19.9) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1918 


4-1-1 


1-1-0 


1-0-1 


2-0-0 


57 (9.5) 


35(5.8) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1919 


5-4-0 


2-2-0 


3-2-0 




93(10.3) 


74(8.2) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1920 


7-2-0 


3-0-0 


4-2-0 




149(16.6) 


55(6.1) 


SAIAA 


1-1-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1921 


3-5-1 


0-1-0 


2-3-0 


1-1-1 


45 (5.0) 


127(14.1) 


SC 


1-2-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1922 


4-5-1 


0-0-1 


3-5-0 


1-0-0 


77(7.7) 


137(13.7) 


SC 


1-2-1 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1923 


7-2-1 


5-0-0 


2-1-0 


0-1-1 


216(21.6) 


56 (5.6) 


SC 


3-1-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1924 


3-3-3 


2-1-1 


1-1-1 


0-1-1 


74(8.2) 


78 (8.7) 


SC 


2-2-1 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1925 


2-5-1 


1-1-0 


0-2-0 


1-2-1 


53(6.6) 


82(10.3) 


SC 


0-4-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1926 


5-4-1 


3-0-1 


1-3-0 


1-1-0 


161(16.1) 


93 (9.3) 


SC 


1-3-1 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1927 


4-7-0 


2-1-0 


1-4-0 


1-2-0 


186(16.9) 


144(13.1) 


SC 


2-3-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1928 


6-3-1 


3-1-0 


1-1-1 


2-1-0 


132(13.2) 


70(7.0) 


SC 


2-2-1 


na 


H.C, "Curley" Byrd 




1929 


4-4-2 


1-2-1 


1-1-1 


2-1-0 


148(14.8) 


133(13.3) 


SC 


1-2-1 


na 


H,C, "Curlev" Bvrd 




1930 


7-5-0 


3-0-0 


2-4-0 


2-1-0 


231 (19.3) 


142(11.8) 


SC 


4-1-0 


na 


H,C, "Curley" Byrd 




1931 


8-1-1 


3-0-1 


2-1-0 


3-0-0 


194 (19.4) 


98(9.8) 


SC 


4-0-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1932 


5-6-0 


2-1-0 


2-2-0 


1-3-0 


148(13.5) 


158(14.4) 


SC 


1-3-0 


na 


H.C. 'Curley" Byrd 






1933 


3-7-0 


2-1-0 


1-3-0 


0-3-0 


107(10.7) 


149 (14.9) 


SC 


1-4-0 


9th 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1934 


7-3-0 


3-0-0 


0-3-0 


4-0-0 


143 (14.3) 


49(4.9) 


SC 


3-1-0 


T-3rd 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1935 


7-2-2 


1-0-1 


3-0-0 


3-2-1 


127(11.5) 


78(7.1) 


SC 


3-1-1 


3rd 


Jack Faber 




1936 


6-5-0 


1-2-0 


2-2-0 


3-1-0 


117(10.6) 


59(5.4) 


SC 


3-2-0 


T-5th 


Frank Dobson 




1937 


8-2-0 


3-0-0 


2-2-0 


3-0-0 


127 (12.7) 


65(6.5) 


SC 


2-0-0 


1st 


Frank Dobson 




1938 


2-7-0 


0-4-0 


0-3-0 


2-0-0 


86(9.6) 


235(26.1) 


SC 


1-2-0 


12th 


Frank Dobson 




1939 


2-7-0 


1-2-0 


0-3-0 


1-2-0 


64(7.1) 


106(11.8) 


SC 


0-1-0 


14th 


Frank Dobson 




1940 


2-6-1 


0-3-1 


0-3-0 


2-0-0 


39 (4.3) 


171(19.0) 


SC 


0-1-1 


12th 


Jack Faber/AI Heaqy/AI Woods 




1941 


3-5-1 


2-1-0 


0-2-0 


1-2-1 


49(5.4) 


196(21.8) 


SC 


1-2-0 


12th 


Jack Faber/AI Heaqy/AI Woods 




1942 


7-2-0 


3-0-0 


1-2-0 


3-0-0 


198 (22.0) 


124(13.8) 


SC 


1-2-0 


13th 


Clark Shauqhnessy 




1943 


4-5-0 


2-2-0 


1-3-0 


1-0-0 


105(11.7) 


194(21.6) 


SC 


2-0-0 


2nd 


Clarence Spears 




1944 


1-7-1 


0-3-1 


0-3-0 


1-1-0 


46(5.1) 


170(18.9) 


SC 


1-1-0 


6th 


Clarence Spears 




1945 


6-2-1 


3-1-0 


2-1-1 


1-0-0 


219 (24.3) 


105(11.7) 


SC 


3-2-0 


T-5th 


Paul "Bear" Bryant 




1946 


3-6-0 


2-2-0 


0-4-0 


1-0-0 


136(15.1) 


193(21.4) 


SC 


2-5-0 


12th 


Clark Shauqhnessy 


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1947 


7-2-2 


3-0-1 


4-1-0 


0-1-1 


207(18.8) 


121 (11.0) 


SC 


3-2-1 


T-6th 


Jim Tatum Gator Bowl (Georqia, T, 20-20) 


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1948 


64-0 


2-2-0 


4-2-0 




207 (20.7) 


132(13,2) 


SC 


4-2-0 


6th 


Jim Tatum 


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1949 


9-1-0 


4-0-0 


4-1-0 


1-0-0 


266 (26.6) 


81(8.1) 


SC 


4-0-0 


2nd 


Jim Tatum #14 Gator Bowl (Missoun. W. 20-7) 


■1 


1950 


7-2-1 


3-1-0 


3-1-1 


1-0-0 


274 127.4)_ 


120(12.0) 


SC 


4-1-1 


5th 


Jim Tatum 


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1951 


10-0-0 


5-0-0 


3-0-0 


2-0-0 


381 (38.1) 


75(7.5) 


SC 


5-0-0 


T-lst 


Jim Tatum #3 Suaar 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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Year 

1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
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Overall 
Record 

10-1-0 
7-2-1 
10-1-0 
2-7-1 
5-5-0 
4-6-0 
5-5-0 



H 
5-0-0 
5-0-0 
5-0-0 
0-3-1 
3-2-0 
1-2-0 
4-1-0 



A 


N 


PF 


4*0 


1-1-0 


298(27.1) 


2-2-1 




280 (28 0) 


5*0 


0-1-0 


217(19 7) 


2-4-0 




68 (6.8) 


2-3-0 




119(11.9) 


3*0 


0-1-0 


132(13,2) 


1-3-0 


0-1-0 


184(18,4) 


4-2-0 




171(17,1) 


3-2-0 




156(15,6) 


2-3-0 




170(17.0) 


1-3-0 


0-1-0 


148 (14.8) 


1-3-0 


1-0-0 


164(16,4) 


3-2-0 




132(13,2) 



PA Conf. 

38 (3 5) ACC 

67 (6 7) ACC 

77 (7,0) ACC 

168_(16i) ACC 

144 (14.4) ACC 

175(17 5) ACC 

188(18 61 ACC 



Conf. 
Rec. 

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



Conf. 
Finish 

T-lst 
2nd 

T-lst 
_ 4th_ 

T-3rd 
5th 
3rd 



Coach 

Jim latum 
Jim Tatum 
Jim Tatum 
Tommy Mont_ 
Tommy Mont 
Tommy Mont 
Tom Nugent 



Final AP 
Rank 

#1 



Bowl Game 
Orange Bg.. 



_#3_ ^ Orange Bowl (Oklahoma, L, 20-6j 



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1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 

m- 

1970 

1971 

1972 

1973 

1974 

1975_ 

1976 

1977_ 

1978 

mi. 

1980 

1981 

1982 

1983 

1984 

1985_ 

1986 

1987 

1 988 

1989 

1990 

1991 

1992 

1993 

1991. 

1995 

1996 

19?L 
19?8_ 

1S2L 

2000 

2001 

2002 

2003 

2004 



6-4-0 
7-3-0 
64-0 
3-7-0 
5-5-0 
4-6-0 
4-6-0^ 
0-9-0_ 
2-8-0 
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2-2-0 
4-1-0 
4-1-0 
2-3-0 
3-2-0 
1-4-0 
4-1-0 



164(16 4) ACC 
141 (14,1 ) ACC 



5:2-0 
3-3-0 



3rd 



3rd 



128 (12 ,8) ACC 5-2-0 



3rd 



201 (20_Jj ACC 

126(12, 6) A CC 



2-5* 
4-3-0 



Jth 
T-3rd 



0-54) 



180(18,0) 



164116,4) ACC 
204(204) ACC 



3 -3-0 
3-3-0 



T-5th 



Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
JTpm Nugent 
Tom Nugent 



T-3rd Lou Saban 



0-4-0 0-5-0 



46(5.1) 231(25.7) ACC 0*0 8th Bob Ward 



2-3-0 



04-0 

U-0 



0-1-0 



171 (17,1) 
lOOMOOl 



29 9 (29.9) ACC 
249 (24,91 ACC 



2-5*_ 



_7Lh_ 

T-3rd 



Bob Ward 

Rov Lester 



2-9-0 



2-9-0 



5-5-1 
8-4-0 
8-4-0 
9^2-1 



1-5-0 



1-3-0 



0-1-0 



112(10,2) _ 241 (2 1,9) ACC 2-4-0 T-6th Roy Lester 



2-4-0 0-5-0 



224(20,4) 2 83(2 5.7) ACC 1-4-0 7th Roy Leste r 



4-1-0 


1-4-1 




243 (22.1) 


217(19.7) 


ACC 


3-2-1 


3rd 


4-2-0 


3-1-0 


1-1-0 


335 (27.9) 


141(11.8) 


ACC 


5-1-0 


2nd 


5-1-0 


2-1-0 


1-2-0 


312(26.0) 


150(12.5) 


ACC 


6-0-0 


1st 



Jerty Claiborne 

Jerry Claiborne #20 
Jerry Claibo rne #13 



Peach B owl (Georg ia, L, 17-16) 



Liberty Bowl (Tennessee, L, 7-3) 



4-1-0 



4-1-1 



1*0 



312(26.0) 150(12.5) ACC 5-0-0 1st Jerry Cl aibome #13 



11-1-0 6*0 



5*0 



0-1-0 



294(24.5) 



115(9.6) ACC 5-0-0 



1st Jerry Claibome 



#8 



_GatorBowJ (Flor ida, W, 13-0) 
Cotton Bowl (Houston, L, 30-21) 



84-0 



4-2-0 3-2-0 



1-0-0 



254(21.2) 179(14.9) ACC 4-2-0 T-3rd Jerry Claibome 



Hall of Fame Bowl (Minnesota, W, 17-71 



9-3-0 



4-1-0 5-1-0 



0-1-0 



261(21.8) 167(13.9) ACC 



JM 5JJ 2M. 



198(18.01 135(12.31 ACC 



5-1* 
4-2-0 



2nd Jerr y Claibo me #20 Sun Bowl (Texas, L, 42-0) 



T-2nd Jerry Claibome 



84-0 
9-3-0 



1-0 


5-1-0 


3-2-0 


0-1-0 


211 (17.6) 


165(13.8) 


ACC 


5-1-0 


2nd 


Jerry Claibome 


Tanqerne Bowl (Flonda, L, 35-20) 


3-1 


2-2-0 


24-1 




232(21.1) 


194(17.6) 


ACC 


4-2-0 


3rd 


Jerry Claibome 




«-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 (Washington, 1,21-20) 



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 (Tennes see, L, 30-23) 



2-2-0 5-1-0 



2-0-0 



380(31.7) 280(23.3) ACC 6-0-0 



1st Bobby Ross 



#12 Sun Bowl (Tennessee. W, 28-27) 



9-3* 
5-5-1 



4-1-0 3-1-0 



2-1-0 



326(27.2) 192(16.0) ACC 6-0-0 1st Bobby R oss 



#18 Cherry Bowl (Syracuse, W, 35-18) 



1-3-0 4-2-0 



0*1 



262(23.8) 211(19.2) ACC 2-3-1 5th Bobby Ross 



4-7-0 



3-1-0 



1-5-0 



0-1-0 194(17.6) 301(27.4) ACC 3-3-0 5th JoeKrivak 



5*0 



JiL 



3-2-0 



2-3-0 



J4:0 
14-0 



260(23.6 ) 



0-0-1 



215(19.51 



304 (2 7.6) ACC 
238(21.61 ACC 



4-3 -0 T4th Joe Krivak 
2-5-0 6th Joe Kriyak 



&*1 



3-1-0 3-3-0 



0-1-1 



237(19.8) 284(23.7) ACC 4-3-0 4th JoeKrivak 



Independence Bowl (La. Tech, T, 34-34) 



2-9-0 



1-3-0 1-5-0 



0-1-0 



138(12.5) 302(27.5) ACC 2-5-0 6th JoeKrivak 



3*0 



24-0 



14-0 



292(26.5) 365(33.2) ACC 2-6-0 8th MarkDuffner 



2-9-0 



14-0 



1-5-0 



243(22.1) 479(43.5) ACC 2-6-0 T-7th MarkDuffner 



4-7-0 



3-2-0 



1-5-0 



270(24.5) 326(29.6) ACC 2-6-0 7th MarkDuffner 



6-5-0 



3-2-0 3-3-0 



210(19.1) 251(22.8) ACC 44-0 T-5th MarkDuffner 



5*0 



4-2-0 



1-3-0 



0-1-0 



187(17.0) 239(21.7) ACC 3-5-0 T-6th MarkDuffner 



2-»0 



1-5^ 14-0 



161(14.6) 355(32.3) ACC 1-7-0 



8th Ron Vanderlinden 



3*0 



2-3-0 



14-0 



0-1-0 



202(18.4) 290(26.4) ACC 1-7-0 T-8th Ron Vanderlinden 



.5M 3-3-0 2-3-0 



292(26.51 260(23.61 ACC 2-6-0 T-8th Ron Vanderlinden 



5*0 



11-3-0 



4-2-0 



14-0 



10-2-0 7-^0 3-1-0 



247(22.5) 284(25.8) ACC 3-5-0 T-6th 



0-1-0 



6-1-0 4-1-0 



390(35.5) 210(19.1) ACC 7-1-0 



1st 



Ron yandertinden_ 
Ralph F r iedqen 



#11 Orange Bowl (Ftohda. L, 56-23) 



1-1-0 



451(32.2) 228(16.3) ACC 6-2-0 T-2nd Ralph Friedqen #13 Peach Bowl (Tennessee, W. 30-31 



10-30 6*0 3-3-0 



1-0-0 



406(31.1) 206(15.8) ACC 6-2-0 2nd Ralph Friedqen #17 Gator Bowl (West Virqinia,W, 41-71 



S*0 



4-2-0 



14-0 



195(17.7) 220(20.0) ACC 3-5-0 T-6th Ralph Friedqen 



Ail-Time Composite Totals 



All-Time Record 


57249943 (.533) 


Total Games 


1,114 


Home 


311-170-17(642) 


At ByrtI Stadium (since 19S01 


179-102-1 (.637i 


Away 


197-274-16(421) 


Neutral 


64-55-10(5351 


Points Scored • 


19,078 


Points Against 


17,386 


Bowl Games 


8-10-2(450) 



All Conference Games 


251-205-13 (.549) 


South Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Assoc. Games 


1-1-0 (.500) 


Southern Conference Games 


65-55-9(523) 


Atlantic Coast Conference Games 


185-14M(.553) 


Total Atlantic Coast Conference Games 


338 



ACC HNISHES 



First 


9 


Second 


8 


Third 


11 


Fourth 


3 



Fifth 


6 


Sirth 


5 


Seventh 


4 


Eighth 


6 



181 




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Game-by-game results for every Maryland football 
season since 1892. Maryland was known as Maryland 
Agnculturat College from 1 892-191 5, and as Maryland State 
College from 1916-1919. Maryland's conference affiliations 
Atlantic Coast Conference since 1953, Southern Conference 
from 1921-51 (SC standings not available from 1921-32) 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 Baltimore 
Ave., from 1923-1947 and again in 1949 Home games in 
1948 were played at Gnffith Stadium in Washington, DC, 
Home games since 1950 have been played at Byrd Stadium 
on campus 

Home, road and neutral records are in parentheses (H, 
A, N). Maryland and opponent Associated Press rankings are 
in brackets - AP polls began in 1936. From 1961-1967, the 
Associated Press ranked only the nation's top 10 teams. 
• — indicates conference games 
"•^ — indicates homecoming games 
' — indicates games played on Thanksgiving Day 

1892 

0-3-0 (0-1, 0-1, 0-1) 
Head Coach: Will Skinner 

015 at St. John's (Annapolis) L 0-50 

N5 Johns Hopkins ' L 0-62 

N19 Episcopal High L 0-16 

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1896 



1901 



D.C. CHAMPIONS 



1893 

6-0-0 (5-0, 1-0) 

Head Coach: Samuel Harding 

012 Eastern High W 36-0 

021 Central High W 10-0 

026 Baltimore City College W 18-0 

N1 St John's (Annapolis) W 6-0 

Nil at Western Maryland W 18-10 

N17 Orient Athletic Club W 16-6 

1894 

4-3-0 (3-0, 1-3) 

Head Coach: J G Bannon 

O10 Onenl Athletic Club W 30-0 

012 Western Maryland W 52-0 

O20 at Washington College W 12-0 

027 at St John's (Annapolis) L 6-22 

N7 Georgetown W 6-4 

N21 at Colonial Athletic Club L 0-26 

N29 al Mount St Mary's' L 0-24 

1895 



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 1fr6 

N4 Alexandria High W 18-0 

N10 Bethel Military W 20-10 

Episcopal High L 0-6 

N14 at Western Maryland W 16-6 

Central High W 14-0 

N21 Old Maryland (Baltimore) T 0-0 



1897 



24-0 (2-2. 0-2) 

Head Coach: Grenville Lewis 

016 Central High W 24-6 

O20 Eastern High W 4-0 

O30 Johns Hopkins L 6-30 

N13 at SI John's (Annapolis) L 4-6 

N17 Gallaudet L 6-16 

N20 at Baltimore Medical ' L 0-10 

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1898 



2-5-1(1-2,1-3-1) 

Head Coach: Frank Kenly 

013 Columbian U L 5-17 

015 at Western Maryland L 0-32 

Eastern High W 36-0 

022 Gallaudet L 0-33 

026 at Rock Hill T 12-12 

029 at Johns Hopkins L 0-16 

N2 at Episcopal High L 0-37 

N5 at Rock Hill W27-0 

1899 

14-0(1-1,0-3) 

Head Coach: S M Cooke 

014 Western Maryland L 0-21 

025 Eastern High W 26-0 

028 at Johns Hopkins L 040 

N8 at Delaware L 0-34 

N10 at SL John's (Annapolis) L 0-62 



1900 



34-1 (2-4-1, 1-0) 

Head Coach: FH Peters 

012 Western High T 0-0 

O20 Gibraltar Athletic Club L 0-17 

024 Georgetown Prep L 0-5 

O30 Episcopal High L 6-34 

N12 Georgetown Prep W 15-0 

N13 Gonzaga High L 5-11 

N24 Gonzaga High W 21-0 

N29 at Charlotte Hall Academy W 21-0 



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6-0 mark and was crowned DC. champion. 



1-7-0(1-4,0-2,0-1) 

Head Coach: Emmons Dunbar 

05 al Delaware L 6-24 

016 Gallaudet L 10-11 

019 Johns Hopkins ' L 0-6 

O30 Central High L 0-11 

N9 Rock Hill L 6-11 

N13 U.S. Marines W 27-0 

N16 alWalbrook Athlete Club L 0-36 

N23 Western Maryland L 0-30 

' at American Legion Parii 



1902 



3-5-2(2-2-1,0-2-1,1-1) 
Head Coach: D John Mari<ey 

015 Georgetown L 0-27 

018 Mount St Joesph's W 5-0 

022 Columbian (G.W) W 11-10 

025 Olympia Athletic Club' W 6-0 

Nl at Washington College T 0-0 

N8 at MounI SI Mary's L 0-5 

N15 at Western Maryland L 6-26 

N19 Old Maryland (Baltimore) L 0-5 

N22 Johns Hopkins ' L 0-17 

N29 Delaware T 0-0 

' at Washington, DC 
^ at American Legion Parit 



1903 



74-0(4-1,1-3.2-0) 

Head Coach: D John Marttey 

328 Georgetown L 0-28 

02 Clifton Alhlelic Club W 5-0 

07 Gunton Temple W 21-0 

Oil Washington College W 28-0 

017 al St John's (Annapolis) L 0-18 

028 Tech High' W 27-0 

031 at Columbian W 6-0 

N7 al MounI SI Maiy's L 0-2 

N14 Western Maryland ' W 6-0 

(^21 Old Maryland (Baltimore) W 11-0 

1^27 at Delaware' L 0-16 

' at Washington. D.C. 
^ at Wilmington, Del. 



1904 



24-2(0-0-1.2-4-1) 

Head Coach: D John Maritey 

S24 alGeorgetown L 0-22 

01 Randolph Macon T 0-0 

08 alForlMonroe T 0-0 

015 at Mount SL Mary's W 11-6 

022 at Weslem Maryland L 0-5 

N5 at Old Maryland (Balimcre) L 0-6 

N19 at Gallaudet W 22-5 

N26 at Delaware' L 0-18 

' al Wilmington. Del. 



1905 



64-0(5.1.1-3) 

Head Coach: Fred Neilsen 

07 Baltimore Poly Inslilute W 20-0 

014 Gallaudet W 16-0 

021 Weslem Maryland L 0-10 

025 atNavy L 0-17 

028 Mount St Joseph's W 28-0 

N4 al William S Mary W 17-0 

Nil SI Johns (Annapolis) W 27-5 

N18 at Washington College L 0-17 

N25 Old Maryland (Baltimore) W 23-5 

N30 at Delaware L 0-12 



1906 



5-3-0 (3.0, 2-2.0-1) 
Head Coach: Fred Neilsen 

S29 Tech High W 5-0 

06 Baltimore Cily College W 22-0 

OlO al Navy L 0-12 

013 Georgetown' L 0-28 

O20 31 MounI Washington L 0-29 

NIO alSt Johns (Annapolis) W 204 

N17 al Rock Hill W 16-0 

N24 Washington College W 35-0 

' at Washinglon D C (Gnflith Sladium) 




Curley Byrd finistted his playing career in 
1907 and became head coach in 1911. 

1907 

3-6-0 (1-2. 14, 1-0) 

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 SI Mary's L 6-12 

026 George Washington ' W 10-0 

N9 al Washington College W 10-5 

N16 SI Johns (Annapolis) L 0-16 

N23 al Gallaudet L 0-5 

' at Washington. D,C. (Griffith Sladium) 

1908 

3-8-0 (34, 04) 

Head Coach: Bill Lang 

S26 Tech High L 5« 

S30 Central High W 5-0 

03 at Richmond L 0-22 

010 at Johns Hopkins L 0-10 

014 Navy L 0-57 

017 Gallaudet W 5-0 

024 at George Washington L 0-57 

031 at Fredncksburg (Va ) L 0-10 

N7 Baltimore Poly W 12-0 

N14 St John's (Annapolis) L 0-31 

N21 Washinglon College L 0-11 



1909 



2-5-0(1-1,1-3,0-1) 

Head Coach: Bill Lang and Dr Edward Larkin 

S25 Tech High L 0-11 

02 at Richmond L 0-12 

09 at Johns Hopkins L 0-9 

016 Rock Hill W5-0 

023 George Washinglon ' L 0-26 

O30 at NIC Slate L 0-33 

N6 at Gallaudet W 14-12 

' at Washington, DC, (Griflilh Stadium) 



1910 



4-3-1 (2-0, 1-3-1. 1-0) 
Head Coach: Royal Alston 

S26 CenlralHigh W 12-0 

01 al Richmond W 20-0 

08 al Johns Hopkins T 11-11 

015 Catholic U W 21-0 

019 George Washington ' W 11-0 

N12 at Virginia Military L 0-8 

N19 al Si Johns (Annapolis) L 0-6 

N24 al Western Maryland L 3-17 

' al Washington, DC. (Grifilh Sladium) 



1911 

4-4-2 (4-3-2, 0-1) 

Hoad Coach: Chartoy Donnelly/HC 'Curley" Byttl 

TodiHigh W6-0 

S30 Richmond TM 

014 Fredncksburg (VS.) W M 

CenlralHigh L 0-14 

021 Johns Hopkins L 3-6 

028 CalhokU T 6-6 

N4 SI John 5 (Annapolis) L 0-27 

Nil at Washinglon College L 5-17 

N18 Western Maryland W 6-0 

N25 Gallaudel W $-2 

1912 

6-1-1 (4-0-0, 2-1-1) 

HMd Coach: MC/Curte/Byrt 

S28 TediHigh W 31-6 

05 Richmond W46-0 

013 at Johns HopWij W 1J<I 

019 Old Maryland (Baltimore) W58^) 

026 alSl Johns (Annapolis) L 0-27 

N9 Gallaudel W 13-7 

N23 at Western Maryland W 17-7 

N30 at Pennsytvania Military T 13-13 

1913 

6-3-0(4-2,2-1) 

Head Coach: H.C •Curley" Byrd 

S27 Bailimofe City College W 27-10 

04 Richmond W45-0 

Oil at Johns Hopkins W 26-0 

018 Western Maryland W 4M 

025 at Navy L 0-76 

N8 al St Johns (Annapolis) W 13-0 

N14 Washington College W 2M 

N22 Gallaudel L 0-26 

N27 Pennsylvania MiSlaiy' L 7-27 

1914 

5-3-0 (3-1,2-21 

Head Coach: H C ■Curley' Byrd 

S;6 Baltimore My L 0-6 

03 Catholic U Wfrfl 

O10 al Western Marytend L 13-20 

024 al Johns Hopkjns W 14-0 

027 alSt Johns (Annapolis) W 10-0 

N6 Washington College W 3^) 

N13 at Gallaudel L 0-23 

N25 at Pennsylvania Maitaiy ' W 26-0 

1915 

6-3-fl iM, 0-3) 

Head Coach: H C 'Curley' Byrd 

S25 Baltimore Poly W 31-0 

02 alHavetfofd L 0-7 

09 atCalholicU L 0-16 

016 GaHaudet W 10J 

023 Pennsylvania Mililaty W 14-13 

O30 St. Johns (Annapolis) W 27-14 

N6 Washington College W 28-13 

N13 Western Maryland W 51-0 

N25 at Johns Hopidns' L 0-3 13,000 

1916 

6-2-0(4-1,2-1) 

Head Coach: HC, 'Curley' Byrt 

>; Ockjr^SOO W M 

on slNavy L 7-14 

018 WginaMlitaiy W 15-9 

025 Haveriort L 6-7 

N9 St Johns (Arniapois) W 31-6 

N16 Cathde U W 13-9 

N23 at Ne* York U W 10-7 

N30 at Johns Hopkins ' W 54-0 7.000 

1917 

■ M.O-I) 

Heac Coach H.C 'Cuiley' Byrd 



'2j 



013 

O20 

027 

N3 

N10 

N17 

N30 



at Navy 

atWgnalWafy 

WakeFcresl 

NC State' _,_.. 

SI Johns (Annapois)-. 
atPennSaie 



W 2M 

L0«2 

T 14-14 

w : 



W 



1918 

4-1-1(1-1,1-0-1,2-0) 

Head Coach: H C/Curley' Byrd 

026 American U L 6-13 

N2 at Virginia Military W 7-6 

N9 Western Maryland ' W 19-0 

N16 Ne*YorVU W 6-2 

N23 SI Johns (Annapolis) " W 19-14 

N28 al Johns Hopkins ' T 0-0 

' al Baltimore, Md, (Homewood Field) 



1919 

5-4-0 (2-2, 3-2) 

Head Coach: H.C 'Curie/ Byrd 

04 Swanhmore L 6-10 

Oil at\^rginia Vl 13-0 

018 at West Virginia L 0-27 

025 Virginia Tech L 0-6 

N1 31 Yale L 0-31 

NS al SI. John's (Annapolis) W 27-0 

N15 Catholic U W 13-0 

N22 Western Maryland W 20-0 

N27 al Johns Hopkins' W 14-0 15,000 



1920 



7-2-0 (3-0, 4-2) 

SAIAA: '-l-O 

Head Coach: H.C 'Curley' Byrd 

S25 Randolph Macon W 54-fl 

02 al Rutgers L 0-6 

09 -alRnncelon L 0-35 

016 Washington College W 27-0 

023 -at Virginia Tech W 7-0 

O30 al North Carolina W 13-0 

N6 at Catholic U W 14-0 

N13 at Syracuse W 10-7 3.500 

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' Byrd 

01 al Rutgers W 3-0 

08 al Syracuse L 0-42 9,000 

015 SI. John's (Annapolis) L 3-7 

022 -Virginia Tech' W 10-7 

029 • North Carolina ' L 7-16 

N5 alYale L 0-28 

N12 at Catholic U W 160 

N19 at Carnegie Tech L 0-21 

N24 -NC Stale" Tfr6 

' 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 M 

014 at Pennsylvania L 0-12 

021 atPnncelon L 0-26 

028 • al North Carolina L 3-27 

N4 -al Virginia Tech L 0-21 

Nil at Yale L 3-45 

N 1 8 al Johns Hopkins W M 

N25 al Catholic U W 5*0 

N30 • at NC State' W 7-6 

' al Baltimore. Md. (Homewood Field) 



1923 



L 

W IM 

L057 



at Johns Hopkre ' V» 7-0 

at WasNnglon. DC. (Cental KS. SMun) 



7-2-1(5^.2-1,0-1-1) 

SC: 3-1-0 

Head Coach: H C 'Curley' Byrd 

S29 Randolph Macon W 530 

06 al Pennsylvania W 30 

013 • Richmond W 230 

O20 • Virginia Tech ' 1 L 9-16 

027 • North Carolina W 14-0 

N3 St John's (Annapolis) W 280 

N10 at Yale L 14-16 20.000 

N17 •atNCState W 26-12 

N24 Catholic U. ■«' W40O 3.000 

N29 Johns Hopkins'' T 60 

' al Washington. DC. (Griffith Stadium) 
' at Balimois. Md. (Memoiial Sladiun) 



illlb 



1924 

3-3-312-1-1,1-1-1,0-1-1) 

SC: 2-2-1 

Head Coach: H.C, 'Curley' Byrd 

S27 Washington College W 230 

04 • Washington & Lee L 7-19 

Oil • Richmond W 380 

018 • Virginia Tech ' L 0-12 

025 • al North Carolina W 60 

N1 alCalholicU T OO 

N8 alYale L 0-47 20.000 

N15 -NC State T OO 

N27 Johns Hopkins" TOO 20.000 

' at Washington DC (Central H S Stadium) 
' at Baltimore, Md. (Memonal Stadium) 

1925 

2-5-1(1-1.0-2. 1-2-1) 

SC:0^-0 

Head Coach: H C 'Curley' Byrd 

S26 Washington College W 13-0 

O10 Rutgers' W 160 

017 -Virginia Tech' L 0-3 

024 -at Virginia L OO 

031 • North Carolina ' L 0-16 

N7 alYale L 14-43 

N14 • Washington &l*e L 3-7 

N26 Johns Hopkins" T 7-7 

■ at Philadelphia, Pa. 

' at Washington, DC (Gnffilh Stadium) 

' al Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 

1926 

54-1(3-0-1,1-3,1-1) 

SC: 1-3-1 

Head Coach: H C 'Curley' Byrd 

S25 Washington College W 630 

02 'al South Carolina L 0-12 

09 al Chicago L 0-21 

016 -Virginia Tech' L 8-24 11,000 

023 - North Carolina W 14-6 

O30 Gallaudel W 38-7 

N6 alYale W 150 

N13 -Virginia T 60 

N20 -al Washington &L£e L 0-3 

N25 Johns Hopkins " W 17-14 

' al Norfolk, Va. 

' al Baltimoie. Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

1927 

4-7-0(2-1.14,1-2) 

SC: 2-3-0 

Head Coach: H.C 'Curley' Byrd 

S24 Washington College W 80O 

01 South Carolina W 26-0 

08 - at North Carolina L 6-7 

015 - Virginia Tech ' W 13-7 

022 - al Virginia Military W 100 

029 - Washington S Lee L 6-13 

N5 alYale L 6-30 32.000 

N12 -al Virginia L 0-21 

N19 alVandertiilt L 20-39 

N24 Johns Hopkins" L 13-14 18.000 

D3 Flohda = L 6-7 

' al Norfolk. Va. 

'■ at Baltimore, Md, (Memorial Stadium) 

' at Jacksonwile, Ra, (Municipal Stadium) 

1928 

6-3-1(3-1.1-1-1,2-1) 

SC: 2-2-1 

Head Coach: H.C. 'Curley' Byrt 

S29 Washington College W 310 

06 • North Carolina L 19-26 

013 al South Carolina L 7-21 

O20 Western Maryland W 130 

027 -at Virginia Military T 00 

N3 -Virginia Tech' L 6-9 

N10 alYale W&O 

N17 -Virginia-'^ W 18-2 6.000' 

N24 - Washington i Lee ' W 50 

N29 Johns Hopkins " W 2&0 

'at Norfolk. Va. 

' at Washington. DC. (GrilTith Stadium) 

^ al Baltimore. Md. (Memorial Stadium) 



44-2 (1-2-1. 1-1-1, 2-1) 

8C: 1-2-1 

Head Coa^h " '■ '^ - ■■>,- 

S27 ,■.. VV34-7 

05 -t. ■ ,1043 

012 SoultiCaioi, ,L 6-26 

019 al Gallaudel W 130 

026 -at Virginia Military L 8-7 

N2 -Virginia"- T 13-13 

N9 alYale T 13-13 

N16 - Virginia Tech W 240 

N28 Johns Hopkins " W 390 

D7 Western Maryland' L 0-12 

'al Norfolk, Va 

' al Baltimore, Md. (Memonal Sladium) 

1930 

7-50(3-0,24,2-1) 

SC:4-Uj 

Head Coach: HC 'Curley' Byrt 

S27 Washington College W 600 

04 alYale L 1340 

Oil -al North Carofcia L 21-28 

018 St, John's (Annapolis) W 21-13 

025 - at Virginia Military W 20O 

N1 -at Virginia W 140 

N8 -Washington* Lee* W41-7 

N15 - Virginia Tech ' W 13-7 

N22 at Navy L OO 

N27 Johns Hopkins" W 210 

N29 alVandertnlt L 7-22 

D6 Western Maryland' L 0-7 

' al Norfolk, Va, 

' al Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Sladium) 



1931 



8-1-1(3-0-1.2-1,3-0) 

SC: 4-0O 

Head Coach: HC. 'Curley' Byrd 

S26 Washington College W 130 

03 -Virginia W 70 

O10 Navy' W 60 

017 Kentucky T 60 

024 -alWginiaMifitary W 41-20 

031 -at Virginia Tedi W 20O 

N7 alVanderbilt L 12-39 

N21 -Washington 8 Lee* W 13-7 

N26 Johns Hopkins ^' W 35-14 

D5 Westem Maryland ' W410 

' al Washington, DC, (Gnffith Stadium) 
' al Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 

1932 

500 (2-1. 2-2, 1-3) 

SC: 1-30 

Head Coach: HC. 'Curley' Byrt 

S24 Washington College W 630 

01 -al Virginia L 6-7 

08 -Virginia Tech L 0-23 

015 -alDuke L 0-34 

022 St Johns (Annapolis) W 24-7 

029 al Virginia Miitaiy W 12-7 

N5 Vandertjilt' L 0-13 

N12 Navy' L 7-28 

N19 -at Washington S Lee W60 

N24 Johns Hopkins " W 230 

D3 Western Maryland' L 7-39 

' at Washington, DC. (Grif)i»i Stadum) 
' at Baltimare. Md. (Memonal Stacttm) 



1933 



3-70(2-1,1-3,0-3) 

SC: 14-0. 9th 

Head Coach: H C "Cudey* Byrt 

S30 St John's (Annapolis) W200 

07 - Vrgnia Tech ' L 0-14 

014 atTulane L 0-20 

021 -atVrgmaMiltaiy L 13-19 

028 Western Marylanj ' L 7-13 

N4 -atVrginia L 00 

Nil -Duke 1 7-38 

N18 al Johns Hop^-Tis, " ''■' 

N25 -WashoigioniLee 

D2 Ftanda' '; 

alNorfcfcfe 

' al BaAmoie. Md. (Memoial SOi&ni) 
' atTampa. Fla. 



12,000 



20,000 



25,000 



16,000 



5,000 



183 



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1934 

7-3-0 (3-0. 0-3, 4-0) 

SC: 3-1-0, T-3rd 

Head Coach; H C "Curiey" Byrd 

S29 SI John's (Annapolis) W 13-0 4,500 

06 • al Washington & Lee L 0-7 

013 alNavy L 13-16 

O20 • Virginia Tech ' W 14-9 

027 Flonda^ W 21-0 

N3 -Virginia* W 20-0 7,000 

N10 -Virginia Military' W 23-0 

N17 at Indiana L 14-17 

N24 Georgetown W 6-0 

N29 Johns Hopkins" W 19-0 

' at Norfolk, Va 

' 31 Baltimore. Md. (Memorial Stadium) 



1935 

7-2-2 (1-0-1, 3-0, 3-2-1) 

SC:3-l-I,3rd 

Head Coach: Jack Faber 

S28 SI Johns (Annapolis) W 39-6 

05 - Virginia Tech ' W 7-0 

012 - North Carolina ' L 0-33 

019 - at Virginia Military W 6-0 

026 alFlonda W 20-6 

N2 -at Virginia W 14-7 

N9 Indiana' L 7-13 

N16 ■ Washington & Lee * T 0-0 

N23 Georgetown' W 12-6 

N28 Syracuse" T 0-0 

D4 Western Maryland ' W 22-7 

' at Baltimore, Md. (Memonal Sladium) 
' at Washington. D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 



T 




14.000 

8.000 
5,000 



1936 

6-5-0(1-2,2-2,3-1) 

SC: 3-2-0, T-Slh 

Head Coach: Frank Dobson 

S26 SlJohn's (Annapolis) W 20-0 

03 - Virginia Tech ' W 6-0 

O10 - at North Carolina L 0-14 

017 -at Virginia W 21-0 

024 Syracuse- W 20-0 

031 alFlonda L 6-7 

N7 at Richmond W 12-0 

N14 -Virginia Military* L 7-13 

N21 Georgelown L 6-7 

N26 • Washington & Lee" W 19-6 

D5 Western Maryland ' L 0-12 

' at Roanoke, Va 

= al New York. N Y (Polo Grounds) 

' al Baltimore, Md (Memonal Sladium) 



4,000 



15,000 



12,000 
13.000 
7.000 



1 937 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE 


8-2-«(3^),2-2,3-0) 


CHAMPIONS 


SC: 2-0-0, Champions 






Head Coach: Frank Dobson 






S25 SlJohn's (Annapolis) 


W 28-0 




02 al Pennsylvania 


L 21-28 




09 Western Maryland 


W 6-0 


7.000 


016 al Virginia 


W 3-0 




023 [-] (IT) Syracuse 


W 13^ 


8.000 


O30 Flonda* 


W 13-7 




^ - al Virginia Military 


W 9-7 




N13 alPenn Stale 


L 14-21 




N20 Georgetown' 


W 12-2 


22.000 


N25 -Washington 8 Lee" 


W 8-0 


9.600 


' al Baltimore. Md, (Memonal Sladium) 






'atWashington. DC (Gnffilh Stadium) 







1938 



2-7-0 (04. 0-3, 2-0) 

SC: 1-2-0 12th 

Head Coach: Frank Dobson 




- Richmond L 6-19 

al Penn Stale L 0-33 

al Syracuse L 0-53 

Western Maryland ' W 14-8 

Virginia L 19-27 

• Virginia Militaiy L 14-47 

alFlonda L 7-21 

Georgelown L 7-14 

• Washington i Lee " W 19-13 



6.000 
4.000 
10,000 

1.000 



' at Baltimore. Md. (Memonal Sladium) 



1939 

2-7-0 (1-2, 0-3, 1-2) 

SC: 0-1-0. 14lh 

Head Coach: Frank Dobson 

S30 Hampden-Sydney W 26-0 

07 Western Maryland ' W 12-0 

014 al Virginia L 7-12 

021 al Rutgers ,,L 12-25 

028 Flonda* ,L 0-14 

N4 al Penn Stale L 0-12 

Nil Georgelown ' L 0-20 

N18 -Virginia Military' L 0-13 

N30 Syracuse' L 7-10 

' at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Sladium) 
' at Washington. DC (Gnffilh Sladium) 
' al Norfolk. Va 

1940 

2-6-1 (0-3-1,0-3,2-0) 

SC: 0-1-1. 12lh 

Head Coach: Jack Faber 

S28 Hampden-Sydney L 6-7 

05 at Pennsylvania L 0-51 

012 Virginia* L 6-19 

019 alFlonda L 0-19 

025 Western Maryland ' W 6-0 

N9 [-] 19] Georgetown L 041 

N16 -at Virginia Military L 0-20 

N21 Rutgers" W 14-7 

N30 • Washington 8i Lee T 7-7 

' al Baltimore. Md. (Memonal Stadium) 

1941 

3-5-1(2-1,0-2.1-2-1) 

SC: 1-2-0. 12th 

Head Coach: Jack Faber 

S27 Hampden-Sydney W 18-0 

04 Western Maryland ' T 6-6 

Oil l-l [4] -Duke' L 0-50 

018 Flonda W 13-12 

025 (-1 |12) at Pennsylvania L 6-55 

N1 alRulgers L 0-20 

N8 Georgetown' L 0-26 

N15 • Virginia Military L 0-27 

N20 • Washington 8i Lee" W 6-0 

' at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Sladium) 
' at Washington. DC (Gnffilh Stadium) 



7.000 
15.000 
5.000 



5.000 
52.000 
9.000 



7.500 
40.000 



6,000 
4,000 



1942 



7-2-0 (3-0, 1-2, 3-0) 

SC: 1-2-0, 13lh 

Head Coach: Clark Shaughnessy 

S27 Connecticut W 34-0 

03 LakehursI Naval Air Slaton W 14-0 

O10 Rutgers' W 27-13 

017 -al Virginia Military L 0-29 

024 Western Maryland ' W 51-0 

031 Flonda' W 13-0 

N7 -at Duke L 042 

N14 al Virginia W 27-12 

N21 • Washington 81 Lee * W 32-28 

' at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 
' al Washington, D C (Gnffilh Stadium! 



10,000 



7,500 



1943 

4-5-0(2-2,1-3,1-0) 

SC: 2-0-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Clarence Spears 

S25 Curtis Bay Coast Guard L 7-13 

02 -WakeForest W 13-7 

09 Richmond Amiy Air Base W 19-6 

015 al West Virginia L 2-6 

023 Penn Stale* L 045 

O30 al Greenville Air Base W 43-18 

N6 alVirginia L 0-39 

N13 at Bainbndge Naval L 046 

N25 -Wginia Military" W 21-14 

' at Roanoke, Va 

1944 

1-7-1 (0-3-1, 0-3, 1-1) 

SC:1-1 6lh 

Head Coach: Clarence Spears 

S29 Hampden-Sydney L 0-12 

07 • al Wake Forest L 0-39 

014 West Virginia T 6-6 

021 Michigan Slate L 0-8 

N4 Virginia*' L 7-18 

Nil at Michigan Slate L 003 

N18 Penn State L 19-34 

N25 al Florida L 6-14 

N30 • Virginia Military " W ft« 

' al Washington, DC. (Griffith Sladium) 
' at Roanoke. Va 

1945 

6-2-1(3-1.2-1-1,1-0) 

SC: 3-2-0. T-51h 

Head Coach: Paul "Bear" Bryant 

S28 Guilford W 60-6 

06 -at Richmond W 21-0 

012 US Merchant Marine W 22-6 

020 -at Virginia Tech L 13-21 

027 al West Virginia T 13-13 

N3 • William & Mary L 14-33 

N10 • Virginia Military * W 38-0 

N24 I-] l'3| Virginia' W 19-13 

D1 -at South Carolina W 19-13 

' at Washington. DC. (Griffith Sladium) 

1946 

3-6-0 (2-2. 04, 1-0) 

SC: 2-5-0, 12th 

Head Coach: Clarit Shaughnessy 

S28 Bainbridge Naval W 540 

04 -Richmond L 7-37 

012 • al North Carolina L 0-33 

018 ■ Virginia Tech W 60 

N2 - al William & Mary L 741 

N9 - South Carolina L 17-21 

N16 • Washington & Lee ' W 24-7 

N23 al Michigan Slate L 14-26 

N30 -aINC State L 7-28 

' at Baltimore. Md. (Memonal Stadium) 




C/iar/ie kVeidinger completed this TD pass to Wilham Bryan; ;r 'f; ;':, \yps to a 193/ homecoming win over Florida. 




1947 

7-2-2(J-0-1.4-1,H-11 
SC:3-2-1 Ulh 
HMd Coach: Jim Talum 

S27 •slSouKiCarokm W 19-13 

03 Mnan W 43-19 

O10 •Rictimond W 1M 

018 H I") -SI Duke L 7-19 

025 •alVirgimaTech W 21-19 

N1 WostVirginia* W 27-0 

Hi atOuquesne W 32-0 

N15 H l'91 • North Caroliiu ' L 0-19 

N22 alVandwtill W 20-6 

N29 • NC Stale T 0-0 

Gator Bowl 

J1 Georgia' T 20-20 

' al Washnglon, C (Gnllilh Sladium) 
' 81 Ja<*50oville Ra (GalOfBowl) 

1948 

M-O (2-2. 4-21 
SC: 4-2^3 6»i 
HMd Coach: Jim Talum 

S25 -al Richmond W 19-0 

02 alOelawafB W 21-0 

09 • Virginia Te* W 2M 

016 H l'81 •Duke'* I 12-13 

023 -George Washington W 47-0 

029 at Miami W 27-13 

N6 • at Soulh Carolina W 19-7 

N13 H |6| • North Carolina L 20-49 

N20 alVandertcll L 0-34 

N27 alWesl Virginia L 14-16 

home games al Gnlfilh Stadium m Washington. DC. 

1949 

9-1-0(4-0,4-1.1-01 

SC:-!-0-0 2nd 

Head Coach: Jim Talum 

S24 -al Virginia Tech W 34-7 

S30 Georgetown W 33-7 

08 H ['31 alMichigan State L 7-14 

022 • at NC Stale W 14-6 

029 -South Carolina* W 44-7 

N5 -George Washington W 40-14 

N12 H I'S! al Boston Unnrecsily W 14-13 

N24 115] H WestVngra' W 47-7 

D2 |14] H alMomi _ W 134) 

GalorBowl 

j: ':>: [20] Missoun' _.. W 20-7 

Final AP Poll 114 

° al Jad(Sonv«e. Fla (Gator BowQ 



1950 



7-2-1(3-1,3-1-1.1-0) 
SC:.!-1-- 5tti 

Head Coach: J-f^ "atum 
PrtMasoflAPPoll ns 
I S23 115] H al Georgia.. 



S30 |151 H Navy 



07 
' 014 

021 
I 028 



H |2] at Michigan Slate.., 
H Georgetown' 



|8| H 



N4 (161 H 
Nil 1181 H 
N18 
02 



...W 
...W 
...W 
...L 
...W 
...W 

• al North Caolina .T 

• al West Virjna W 

-Vit^noTech W 



•NCSlale... 

■alOuke 

• George Washington... 



' 31 Washington. DC. (Gnffilh Sla(ium) 



7-27 

35-21 

34-7 

25-14 

13-16 

26-14 

23-7 

7-7 

41-0 

63-7 



16,460 

12.500 
16.500 

22.000 

14.000 

16.666 



12.000 
12.000 

22.000 

35.000 

34,588 

18.000 



12,000 
18,227 
35.000 
15.000 
17.762 



16117 
35.000 



18.409 



35.000 
43.836 
39.376 
8.869 
24.502 
22.577 
18,272 
32.000 
16.000 
11.773 



SOUTHERN CONFERENCE 
CHAMPIONS 



* 1951 

•.M-OlM 3-0,2-01 

I sc:n:-: ;::-3-: 

Head Coach .-'s'jm 
k Pran«anAPPo«f16 

S29 116] H -atWashmgtoniLee W 54-14 

.06 PI H • George W8shiig«n.._ W 3J6 



013 |10| H atGeor^a 

3M (7) H •NortiCaotna 

^ H alLousanaSMe. 

Kl H Msso** 

P) H N3*y 

p! H -NCSIalB.. 



..W 43-7 

,..W 14-7 

.W 27-0 

-W 350 

..W 40-21 

..W 530 

■ W 54-7 



W H -WeslVigine 

I SugarBoeH 

J2 Pi [1) Tennessee' W 28-13 

t FnalAPPaMR 

alBaMmore Md (MenonalSladunl 

a; New Orleans. U iTifane-Sugar Bowl SBAjr- 



9.000 
25732 
32.000 
31237 
35.000 
23.612 
38.000 
17.140 
14.385 

82.271 



1952 

7-2-0 (3-0. 4-2) 

Head Coach Jim Talum 

Preseason AP Poll »2 

S20 12] l-l al Missoun W 13-10 

S27 [2] H at Auburn W 13-7 

04 13] 1-1 Clemson W 280 

Oil 14] [191 al Georgia,, W 370 

018 |2] 120) Navy W 38-7 

025 12] H Louisiana Stale* W 34-6 

N1 |2| 1-1 al Boston U W 34-7 

N15 |3| |11] al Mississippi L 14-21 

N22 |8| [14] alAlabama L 7-27 

Final AP Poll #13 



18.000 
27.000 
32.000 
34,000 
44.746 
30.000 
32.568 
32.500 
33178 



1953 NATIONAL 

10-1-0(5-0.4-0.1-1) 

ACC: 3-0-0, Co-Champions CHAMPIONS 

Head Coach: Jim Talum 

Preseason AP Poll 119 

S19 |9| l-l at Missoun W 20-6 21,000 

326 |91 l-l Washington S Lee. W 520 35,000 

03 |3| l-l -al Clemson W 20O 25,000 

O10 |4I l-l Georgia W 40-13 27,000 

017 [31 l-l -al North Carolina W 260 35,000 

023 |31 l-l al Miami W 30O 42,157 

O30 |2| l-l -South Carolina* W 24-6 22,000 

N7 12] l-l George Washington' W 270 8,000 

N14 |2| 1111 Mississippi W 38-0 35,000 

N21 |21 1111 Alabama W 210 36,000 

Orange Bowl 

J1 m Kl Oklahoma' L 0-7 68,640 

Final AP Poll «1 

at Washington, DC (Gnllilh Stadium) 
' at Miami, Fla (Orange Bowl) 

1954 

7-2-1(50, 2-2-1) 
ACC:4-0-l,2nd 
Head Coach: Jim Talum 
Preseason AP Poll #3 



318 |31 l-l al Kentucky W 200 

01 |61 |41 at UCLA L 7-12 

09 |13| H -al Wake Forest T 13-13 

016 - North Carolina W 330 

022 l-l |161 at Miami L 7-9 

O30 - al South Carolina W 20O 

N6 -NCSlale* W 42-14 

N13 |171 l-l -Clemson W 160 

N20 113] l-l George Washington W 480 

N25 [lOJ (-] Missoun' W 74-13 

Final AP Poll «8 



36.000 
73.376 
12.000 
26.000 
52.506 
24.000 

21.000 

20.000 



SOUTHERN CONFERENCE 
CHAMPIONS 



1955 

lft-10 (50. 5-0.0-1) 
ACC: 4-0-0. Co-Champions 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll K 

317 18] l-l at Missoun W 13-12 

324 15| [11 UCLA W 70 

01 |1| (201 alBaytor. W 20O 

08 111 l-l -Wake Forest W 28-7 

015 12] (-1 - at North Carolina W 25-7 

022 [2] [-1 al Syracuse W 34-13 

029 |1| [-1 -South Carolina* W 270 

N5 [1] [-1 Louisiana State W 1M 

N12 |21 l-l -at Clemson W 25-12 

N19 [2] l-l George Washington W 190 

Orange Bowl 

J2 [31 ni Oklahoma' 
Final AP Poll M 
at Miami. Fla (Orange Bowl 



,.,.L 6-20 



18,000 
46,000 
39,000 
16,000 
30,000 
32.500 
25000 
28.000 
30.000 
20.000 

76.561 



1956 

2-7-1 10-3-1 241 
ACC:2-2-1 4ir 
Head Coach: Tommy Mont 
Preseason AP Poll K 



S22 

329 

06 

012 

020 

027 

N3 

N10 

N17 

\22 



[61 1-1 



Syracuse 

-at Wake Forest - 

Baylor 

al Miami 



....L 12-26 
..W 60 



H W 
H [111 



- at North Caiotaa- 

at Tennessee. 

Kentucky* _ 

-Clemson __ 

■ a( South CaraCna- 
-alNC Slate' 



0-14 
6-13 
6-34 
7-34 
0-14 
60 
0-13 



_W 25-14 



13.000 
25.000 
44.304 
21.000 
33.500 
20.000 
18.000 

4.500 



MARYIAIi 



APOl"-! 




The game program from Oct. 19, 1957. whet) Queen 
Elizabeth came to Byrd Stadium. 

1957 

5-5-0 (3-2, 2-3) 

ACC: 4-30, T.3rd 

Head Coach: Tommy Mont 

321 l-l |2| alTexasA&M I 13-21 25.000 

328 -NC Stale I 1348 24.000 

05 l-l |4| -at Duke L 0-14 25.000 

012 -Wake Forest W 27-0 16,000 

019 l-l |14| • North Carofina W 21-7 43,000 

026 Tennessee _.L 0-16 26,000 

N2 -at South Carolina W 104 18,000 

N9 -al Clemson L 7-26 28,000 

N15 al Miami W 160 42,701 

N23 -Virginia W 120 10,500 

1958 

4-6-0(1-2.3-3,0-1) 

ACC: 3-3-0 5lh 

Head Coach: Tommy Mont 

320 -al Wake Forest L 0-34 8.000 

327 -at NCSlale W 210 11.000 

04 l-l [101 -Clemson .......L 00 24.000 

Oil TexasASM L 10-14 23.000 

018 - al North Carolina L 0-27 25.000 

025 [-1 [51 alAubum L 7-20 28,000 

Nl - South Carolina W 100 20.000 

N8 Navy- L 14-40 M,035 

N14 at Miami W 26-14 26.747 

N22 -at Virginia W 440 18.000 

' at Baltimore. Md. (Memonal Stadium) 

1959 

5-5-0(4-1.1-3.0-1) 

ACC: 4-2-0, Srd 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 



319 

326 

03 

O10 

017 

031 

N7 

N14 

N21 

05 



West Virginia... 
H [15) al Texas... 



H [20] at Syracuse 

-Wake Forest.. 



H ["1 



- North CaroJna 

-at South Caroina 

Navy ■ _. 

■ at Clemson — . 



•Virginia'' 



...W 27-7 

...L 0-26 

...L 0-29 

...L 7-10 

..W 14-7 

_L 6-22 

_L 14-22 

-W 28-25 

,.W 55-12 



NC State W 33-28 

' at Baltimore. Md. (Memonal S^aSun) 

1960 

640(2-2.4-2) 
ACC: 5-20 3rd 
Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

317 atWeslVVgiria W 31-8 

324 [-1 [151 Teras _._ -L 0-34 

01 -Duke - 7-20 

08 -aiNCState - 10-13 

015 H [81 -Clemson '■ 19-17 

022 • a Wafce Forest ■: 14-13 

029 - South Camhia' '- 150 

N5 at Perm Slate - 9-28 

N12 -al North Caroina . 22-19 

N19 -atViijnia ' 44-12 



30.000 
47.000 

x.ooo 

21.000 
22.000 

20.000 
32.000 
26.000 
16.000 
15.000 



18.000 

3i.on 

25.000 
14.000 
18.000 
11.000 
21JX)0 
X.126 
26.000 
H.OOC' 



0) 



o 
o 



00 

o 

H 
0) 



mefflfTMEffl 




1961 

7-3-0 (4-1, 3-2) 

ACC: 3-3-0, 3rd 

Head Coach: Tom Nugen! 

Preseason AP Poll received votes 

S23 at Southern Meltiodisl W 14-6 

S30 -alClemson W 24-21 

07 l-l |7] Syracuse W 22-21 

014 |101 H • North Carolina L 8-14 

021 Air Force' W 21-0 

028 -at South Carolina L 10-20 

N4 Penn State"": W 21-1? 

N11 -NC State W 10-7 

N18 'Walie Forest W 10-7 

N25 'at Virginia L 16-28 

' at Denver Colo (Hill Top Stadium) 

1962 

64-0 (4-1, 2-3) 
ACC: 5-2-0, 3rd 
Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S22 Southem Methodist W 7-0 

S29 • at Wake Forest W 13-2 

06 • at NC State W 14-6 

013 • North Carolina W 31-13 

019 at Miami L 24-28 

027 -South Carolina « W 13-11 

N3 at Penn State L 7-23 

N10 -atDulie L 7-10 

N17 'Clemson L 14-17 

N24 -Virginia W 40-18 

1963 

3-7-0(2-3, 1-3, 0-1) 

ACC: 2-5-0, 5th 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S21 -NC State L 14-36 

S28 - at South Carolina L 13-21 

05 -Duke' L 12-30 

012 • North Carolina L 7-14 

019 Air Force W 21-14 

026 - at Wake Forest W 32-0 

N2 Penn State "= L 15-17 

N9 I-) |4| at Navy L 7-42 

N16 -alClemson L 6-21 

N28 -Virginia' W 21-6 

' at Richmond, Va. 

'The game was moved from Nov 23 due to the Kennedy assassination. 

1964 

5-5-0 (3-2, 1-3, 1-0) 

ACC: 4-3-0, T-3rd 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S19 H |2| Oklahoma L 3-13 

S26 - South Carolina W 24-6 

03 -aINC State L 13-14 

O10 -alDuke L 17-24 

017 - North Carolina ' W 10-9 

024 -Wake Forest L 17-21 

031 at Penn State L 9-17 

N7 Navy W 27-22 

N14 -Clemson W 34-0 

N21 -at Virginia W 10-0 

'at Norfolk, Va 

1965 

4-6-0 (1-4, 3-2) 

ACC: 3-3-0, T-5th 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S25 OhioU W 24-7 

02 Syracuse L 7-24 

09 -at Wake Forest W 10-7 

016 - at North Carolina L 10-12 

023 -NC State L 7-29 

O30 -at South Carolina W 27-14 

N6 at Navy L 7-19 

N13 -alClemson W 6-0 



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 



1966 

4-6-0 (4-1, 0-5) 
ACC: 3-3-0, T-3rd 
Head Coach: Lou Saban 



S17 

S24 

01 

08 

015 

029 

N5 

N12 

N19 

N26 



at Penn State L 7-15 

-Wake Forest W 34-7 

at Syracuse L 7-28 

-Duke W 21-19 

West Virginia W 28-9 

- South Carolina '^ W 14-2 

• at NC State L 21-24 

-Clemson L 10-14 

• at Virginia L 17-41 

at Flonda State L 2145 



1967 

0-9-0 (0-4, 0-5) 
ACC: 0-6-0, 8th 
Head Coach: Bob Ward 

S30 at Oklahoma ,' L 0-35 

07 Syracuse L 3-7 

014 I-] (91 -NC State L 9-31 

021 - at North Carolina L 0-14 

028 - at South Carolina L 0-31 

N4 Penn State L 3-38 

Nil -at Clemson L 7-28 

N17 -at Wake Forest L 17-35 

N25 -Virginia L 7-12 

1968 

2-8-0 (2-3, 04, 0-1) 

ACC: 2-5-0, 7th 

Head Coach: Bob Ward 

S21 

328 

05 

012 

019 

026 

N2 

N9 

N16 

N23 

' at Norfolk, Va. 

1969 

3-7-0(2-3,14) 
ACC: 3-3-0, T-3rd 
Head Coach: Roy Lester 



1-1 13] 



Flonda State L 14-24 

at Syracuse L 14-32 

- Duke ' L 28-30 

- North Carolina W 33-24 

- South Carolina W 21-19 

- at NC State L 11-31 

-at Wake Forest L 14-38 

- Clemson L 0-16 

Penn State L 13-57 

-at Virginia L 23-28 



S20 

S27 

04 

Oil 

018 

025 

N1 

N8 

N15 

N22 



1-1 |5| 



at West Virginia L 7-31 

-NC Slate L 7-24 

- at Wake Forest W 19-14 

Syracuse L 9-20 

-Duke W 20-7 

- at South Carolina L 0-17 

-alClemson L 040 

Miami-Ohio"* L 21-34 

at Penn Stale L 048 

-Virginia W 17-14 



1970 

2-9-0 (1-5, 1-3, 0-1) 
ACC: 24-0, T-61h 
Head Coach: Roy Lester 



S12 

S19 

S26 

02 

O10 

017 

024 

031 

N7 

N21 

N28 

'at Norfolk, Va 

1971 

2-9-0 (24, 0-5) 
ACC: 14-0, 7th 
Head Coach: Roy Lester 



Villanova L 3-21 

•at Duke L 12-13 

- North Carolina L 20-53 

at Miami L 11-18 

at Syracuse L 7-23 

-South Carolina'": W 21-15 

•NC State' L 0-6 

• Clemson L 11-24 

Penn Slate L 0-34 

•at Virginia W 17-14 

West Virginia L 10-20 




Villanova L 13-28 

-NC State W 35-7 

- at North Carolina L 14-35 

•Wake Forest L 14-18 

Syracuse L 13-21 

at South Carolina L 6-35 

at Florida L 23-27 

Virginia Military'* W 38-0 

at Penn Stale L 27-63 

- at Clemson L 14-20 

-Virginia 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 



1972 



5-5-1(4-1,14-1) 
ACC: 3-2-1, 3rd 
Head Coach: Jeny Claiborne 



S9 
S16 
S23 

S30 

07 

014 

021 

028 

N4 

Nil 

Nt8 



- at NC Stale T 24-24 

• North Carolina L 26-31 

Virginia Military W 28-16 

at Syracuse L 12-16 

-WakeForest W 23-0 

Villanova "= W 37-7 

•at Duke L 14-20 

• at Virginia W 24-23 

at Penn State L 1646 

•Clemson W 31-6 

at Miami L 8-28 



1973 

84-0 (4-2, 3-1, 1-1) 

ACC: 5-1-0 2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



S15 

S22 

329 

06 

013 

O20 

027 

N3 

N10 

N17 

N24 



1-1 161 



1181 1171 
Peach Bowl 

D28 |18) H Georgia-' 

Final AP Poll »20 

' al Norfolk, Va (Oyster Bowl) 

■ al Atlanta, Ga (Fulton County Stadium) 



West Virginia L 13-20 

- at North Carolina W 23-3 

Villanova W 31-3 

Syracuse W 38-0 

-aINC State L 22-24 

- at Wake Forest W 37-0 

-Duke' W 30-10 

Penn State L 2242 

-Virginia"' W 33-0 

•alClemson W 28-13 

Tulane W 42-9 



..L 16-17 



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 



1974 

8-4-0 (5-1, 2-1, 1-2) 
ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Jeny Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll ((14 



ACC CHAMPIONS 



S14 114) 131 

S21 [141 1-1 

S28 

05 

012 

019 (181 1-1 

026 [15] [17] 

N2 [15] [10] 

N9 [14] [-1 

N16 [13] [-1 

N23 [11] [-1 

Liberty Bowl 

016 [10] [20] Tennessee' L 3-7 

FinalAPPoll(l13 

' al Tampa, Fla (Tampa Stadium) 

^ at Norfolk. Va (Foreman Field) 

^ at Memphis. Tenn (Liberty Bowl Memonal Stadium) 



Alabama L 16-21 

Flonda' L 10-17 

• North Carolina W 24-12 

al Syracuse W 31-0 

• Clemson W 41-0 

•WakeForest"' W 47-0 

•NC State W 20-10 

al Penn State L 17-24 

Villanova W 41-0 

•Duke' W 56-13 

• at Virginia W 10-0 



54,412 

41,140 
17,800 
19,130 
32,644 
31,136 
49,647 
60125 
42,331 
24,000 
22,100 

51,284 



1975 

9-2-1 (4-1, 4-1-1, 1-0) 
ACC: 5-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll ((17 



ACC CHAMPIONS 



S6 

S13 

S20 

S27 

04 

011 

018 

N1 

N8 

N15 

N22 



(171 
[141 



[191 
[14| 
(16) 



1-1 



Villanova W 41-0 

at Tennessee L 8-26 

• al North Carolina W 34-7 

al Kentucky T 10-10 

Syracuse* W 24-7 

•NC Slate W 37-22 

• at Wake Forest W 27-0 

PennSlate L 13-15 

alCincinnal) W 21-19 

• at Clemson W 22-20 

-Virginia W 62-24 



[201 
Gator Bowl 

D29 (171 |13| Flonda W 13-0 

Final AP Poll #13 

' at Jacksonville, Fla (GalorBowh 



41,362 
74,161 
43,000 
55,000 
43,863 
39.221 
19.300 
58,973 
16,478 
35,400 
44,867 

64.012 






»• 



iJ 



fWJPr 



L 



1 976 ACC CHAMPIONS 

1l-l-«|6^). S-O.O-I) 
ACC: 5-O-0 ChampiodS 
Hud Coach: Jerry Claiborne 
PftWMonAP Poll 112 

S11 |I21 1-1 Ridimwid W 31-7 41,088 

SI8 |10| i-l 31 Wcsl Virginia W 24-3 35.107 

S25 |8| 1-1 al Syracuse W 42-28 21.109 

02 (7] H Villanova W 20-9 38.131 

09 (7) H •aINCSIalt W 16-6 38.500 

018 |5| 1-1 •WakoFofOSi W 17-15 46,321 

023 |61 I-l -alDuke W 30-3 20.200 

O30 (51 I-l Kenlucky W 24-14 43,013 

N6 (61 I-l Cinonnali „ W 21-0 45,315 

N13 (6) I-l •Clemson* W 20-0 40.288 

N20 |6| H -at Virginia W 28-0 23,100 

CoNofl Bowl 

J1 |4| |6| Houston ■ L 21-30 58,500 

nMiAPPdin 

' at Dalias. Texas (Cotton Bowii 

1977 

8-(4 14-2, 3-2. 1-01 

ACC 4..V1 T.3rt 

HMd Coach Jerry Claiborne 

Preseason AP Poll '10 



|101 
I'll 
H 



SIO 

S17 

S24 

01 

08 

015 

022 

029 

N5 

N12 

N19 

Hall of Fam Bowl 

022 



• al Ctemson W 21-14 

West Vitginia L 16-24 

alPennSlale L 9-27 

•aINCState L 20-24 

Syracuse W 24-10 

• al Wake Forest W 35-7 

•Duke* W 31-13 

• North Caralira L 7-16 

Villanova W 19-13 

al Richmond W 27-24 

• Virginia W 28-0 



Minnesota ' W 17-7 

at B«Tn<ngham, Ala (Legion FleW) 



1978 

9-J^) 14-1, 5-1. Ml 

ACC: 5-1-0. 2rd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

S9 Tglane 

S16 [201 H alLousville 

S23 |181 H -at North CanAra 

$30 |151 H Kentucky... 

07 |t21 [201 -NC State* 

014 |101 H at Syracuse 

021 |61 H -Wake Fores! 

028 |51 H -alDuke ... . 

N4 |51 |2] atPerviStale 

Nil |131 H -at Virginia. . 

N18 [111 |121 •Oemson.. 
Sun Bowl 

D23 1131 114) Texas' 

FnalAPPolIRO 

' at El Paso. Texas (Sun Bm/) 



..W 31-7 

W 24-17 

W 21-20 

W 20-3 

W 31-7 

W 24-9 

W 39^ 

W 27-0 

L 3-27 

W 17-7 

L 24-28 

...L 0-42 



1979 



7-WI|5-V2-3l 

ACC: ■i-2h; ■r.2nd 

H«ad Coach: Jerry Claitwm 



S8 
S15 
S22 
S29 

oe 

013 

020 

027 

N3 

N17 

N24 



H m 



Vtrnn 

•at Ctemson 

Ussiss^Slsle.. 

al Kentucky 

Penn Stale 

■at NO State 



H |iei 



• at wake Forest..- 
■alWte „ 

• Norlh Careina "* . 

Lousvie 

•V«gra 



...W 24-20 

..W 190 

..W 35-14 

....L 7-14 

...L 7-27 

™L 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-H^ 2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Qatone 



S6 

S13 

S20 

S27 

04 

Oil 

018 



Vlanova.... 
VandeftA... 



|19i |14] 
H H 

H M 



atWestVigna 

•aINoiliCaraina.. 

at Ptflstugh 

Pem State 

•*«is Forest 



..._. W 7-3 

■M- W 31-6 



-W 14-11 

-L 3-17 

_L 9-38 

_.L 10-24 

_W 11-10 



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 



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 



•atOuke W 17-14 



M •NC Stale*. 

N15 •Cleittson 

N22 •at Virginia. 

Tangerine Bowl 

D20 Flonda ' 

' at Orlando Fla (Tangenne Bowl) 



...L 20-35 



1981 



4-6-112-2. 2-4-1) 
ACC: 4.2-0, 3rd 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



S12 

S19 

S26 

02 

OtO 

017 

024 

031 

N7 

N14 

N21 



al Vanderbill L 17-23 

West Virginia L 13-17 

• at NO Stale W 34-9 

al Syracuse T 17-17 

alFtonda L 10-15 

■atWakeForesI W 45-33 

•Ouke* W 24-21 

• North Carolina L 10-17 

at Tulane L 7-14 

• at Clemson L 7-21 

■ Virginia W 48-7 



1982 

84-0 (5-1. 3-2, 0-1) 

ACC:5-1.0.2nd 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross 



Sll 

S18 

S25 

02 

09 

016 

023 

O30 

N7 

N13 

N20 



[-1 |7] at Penn Stale L 31-39 

1 |17] at West Virginia L 18-19 

•NCSIate W 23-6 

at Syracuse W 26-3 

Indiana State W 38-0 

•Wake Forest W 52-31 

•Duke* W 49-22 

• at North Carolina W 31-24 

Miami W 18-17 

• Clemson L 22-24 

• at Virginia W 45-14 



1101 
I-l 



119] 

|16) [111 
119] I-l 
Aloha Bowl 

025 [16| |91 Washington' L 20-21 

Final AP Poll »20 

al Honolulu Hawaii (Aloha Stadium) 



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 

8-44(5-1, 3-2, 0-1) 
ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 
Preseason AP #17 



ACC CHAMPIONS 



SIO 
817 
S24 
01 



117! H 

117] [20] 

I-l 117] 

119] H 

(161 H 

1161 H 

[151 H 

[13] |3] 

U\ |3) 

|111 [17] 

[20] H 
Florida Citrus Bowl 

D17 [16] [-1 Tennessee 



015 

022 

029 

NS 

N12 

N19 



at Vandetbilt W 21-14 

Wesi Virginia L 21-31 

Pittsburgh W 13-7 

•Virginia W 23-3 

Syracuse W 34-13 

■atWakeForest W 36-33 

•Duke* W 38-3 

■ North Carolina W 28-26 

at Auburn L 23-35 

•at Clemson" L 27-52 

•alNCSIate W 2M 



40.856 
54.715 
48.500 
40,200 
43,700 
22,300 
40,100 
51,200 
75.600 
81,000 
32,300 

50,185 



L 23-30 

at Orlando. Fla (Honda Citrus Bo*i) 

■ Clemson inefigibie for ACC Bte. game counts as Maryland win in ACC standings 



1984 

9-34)12-2,5-1,2-0) 
ACC: 6-0-0, Champkjns 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 

S8 

S15 

S22 I-l [17] 

S29 

06 H |111 

013 

027 

N3 

N10 H 16] 

N17 H 120] 

M24 [181 H 

Sun Bowl 

D22 [121 l-I 

FinalAPPol»12 

' at BaKmore, Md. (Memorial Stadun) 

■ at B Paso. Texas (Sun Bowli 



ACC CHAMPIONS 



Syracuse 

VSnderbill 

al West Virginia 

•Wake Forest 

at Penn State 


L 

L 

W 

W 

1 


•NC State* 

• at Duke 


W 

w 


•al North CaroTina 

at Miami _ 


w 

w 




w 


•atViginia 

Tennessee' 


w 

w 



7-23 

14-23 
20-17 
38-17 
24-25 
44-21 
43-7 
34-23 
42-40 
41-23 
45-34 

28-27 



38.850 
34.100 
58.353 
32.700 
85.456 
43.450 
17.500 
48.000 
31.548 
60.575 
43.017 

50.126 



1985 

»-M(4-1.3-1.2-1) 
ACC: 6-0-0 Cnamp'jns 
Head Coach: BotD/ Ross 
Preseason AP Poll tl 
S7 [71 [191 PennSlalf 
S14 (171 I-l Boston College 
S21 (17) j-j West Virginia 
S28 |17] |121 at Michigan 
05 • al NC Stale 

019 •atWakeForest 

026 -Duke 

N2 • North Carolina * 

N9 I-l |8| Miami' 

N16 •at Clemson 

N29 •Virginia 

Cheny Bowl 

D21 Syracuse 

Final AP Poll «18 

' al Foxboro Mass (Sullivan Stadium) 

' at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 

' at Ponliac, Mich (Ponliac Silverdome) 



,..W 31-13 
. W 284) 



'/I 28-10 

...L 22-29 

..W 34-31 

..W 33-21 



W 35-18 



1986 

5-5-1 (1-3, 4-2, 0-0-1) 

ACC: 2-3-1, 5th 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross 



SI 

S13 

S20 

S27 

Oil 

018 

025 

N1 

N8 

N15 

N28 



at Pittsburgh W 10-7 

Vanderbill W 35-2) 

at West Virginia W 24-3 

[131 [-] -NC Stale L 16-28 

Boston College* L 25-30 

• Wake Forest L 21-27 

• al Duke _...W 27-19 

• al North Carolina L 30-32 

I-l |21 al Penn State L 15-17 

I-] |151 •Clemson' T 17-17 

•atVirginia W 42-10 



' at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium) 

1987 

4-7-0 (3-1, 1-5, 0-1) 

ACC: 3-34), 5th 

Head Coach: Joe Knvak 



S5 

S12 

S19 

S26 

O10 

017 

024 

031 

N7 

N14 

N21 



H [3] 



|16] 
19] 



at Syracuse L 11-25 

•Virginia W 21-19 

West Virginia W 25-20 

•aINCState L 14-42 

at Miami L 1W6 

• at Wake Forest W 144) 

•Duke* W 23-22 

• North Carolina L 14-27 

Penn State' L 16-21 

• at Clemson L 16-45 

at Vandeitilt _.-.L 24-34 



' at Baltimore, Md. (Memorial Stadium) 

1988 

5*0(3-2.2-4) 
ACC: 4-34), T4lh 
Head Coach: Joe Knvak 

S3 Louisville W 27-16 

S17 H |121 al West Virginia L 24-55 

S24 •NCSIate W 30-26 

01 at Syracuse L 9-20 

08 •Georgia Tech W 13^ 

015 •WakeForest* L 24-27 

022 •at Duke W 34-24 

029 •at North Carolina W 41-38 

N5 atPennState L 10-17 

N12 H [161 •Clemson L 2M9 

N19 •atVirginia L 23-24 



1989 



3-7-1(2-3, 1-4, 04J-1) 

ACC:2-WI,6!h 

Head Coach: Joe Kiivak 

S2 • at NC State . 6-10 

S9 H [17] WestVigino - 10-14 

S16 WestemWchigar W 234) 

S23 H U] •atOemson L 7-31 

S30 H [61 atMictiigan L 21-41 

07 •atGeorgoTecti -L 24-28 

014 -atWakeForest W 27-7 

021 •Duke* - 25-46 

028 •NorthCaroSna _ '.V 3S4) 

Nil H [13] PereiSta'ie " 13-13 

N18 \-\ [161 •Vrgne 2'.-«3 
' at Baltimore. Md. (Memonal Siao,j.- , 



50,750 
30,210 
5U50 
105.282 
29500 
23,700 
46,175 
49,800 
62,350 
78,037 
48,950 

51,858 



48,120 
45i75 
63.500 
44,920 
45,380 
39,650 
18,600 
46,000 
85,651 
58,758 
27,800 



35234 

35,550 
40,125 
44,300 
43.020 
25.175 
37,400 
35,425 
62,500 
78.000 
34.816 



30,457 
60.188 
32.291 
45,197 
36,969 
41i78 
23,800 
45,000 
78,000 
45,000 
30,600 



41,780 
45,000 

20354 
77,000 
104,877 
32.062 
17i00 
38.617 
27.441 
61215 
38.113 



I 

I 



sr 



x 



(/) 



o 
o 



00 

> 

o 

H 
0) 



ij»*iSI 



ii 




1990 

6-5-1 (3-1, 3-3, 0-1-1) 

ACC: 4-3-0, 4th 

Head Coach: Joe Krivak 



S1 

S8 

S15 

S22 

S29 

06 

013 

O20 

027 

N10 

N17 



H 



1-1 



Virginia Tech W 20-13 

[251 al West Virginia W 14-10 

[161 ■Clemson' L 17-18 

•NC Stale W 13-12 

(6| at Michigan L 17-45 

|23] -Georgia Tech L 3-31 

• Wal(e Forest « W 41-13 

•atDuke W 23-20 

• at North Carolina L 10-34 

|211 alPenn State L 10-24 

•atVrginia W 35-30 

Independence Bowl 

D15 Louisiana Tech' T 34-34 

' at Baflimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 
■' al Shrevepon, La (Independence Stadium) 

1991 

2-9-0(1-3, 1-5,0-1) 

ACC: 2-5-0, 6lh 

Head Coach: Joe Knvak 

S7 -Virginia W 17-6 

S14 H 1221 Syracuse L 17-31 

S21 WestVirginia L 7-37 

05 1-1 117] al Pittsburgh L 20-24 

012 -at Georgia Tech L 10-34 

019 -atWakeForest W 23-22 

026 -Duke* L 13-17 

N2 • at North Carolina L 0-24 

N9 [-) [91 Penn State' L 7-47 

N16 l-l |151 -at Clemson L 7-40 

N23 H |221 -alNCState L 17-20 

' at Baltimore, Md. (Memonal Stadium) 

1992 

3-8-0 (2-4, 1-4) 
ACC: 2-6-0, 8th 
Head Coach: Mark Duffner 

S5 H [251 -at Virginia L 15-28 

S12 [-1 |19| -NC State L 10-14 

S19 al West Virginia L 33-34 

S26 [-1 [9] al Penn Slate L 1349 

03 Pittsburgh W 47-34 

O10 [-1 117] -Georgia Tech L 26-28 

017 -Wake Forest"' L 23-30 

024 -alDuke W 27-25 

031 H |221 - North Carolina L 24-31 

N7 H |61 • al Flonda State L 21-69 

N14 -Clemson W 53-23 

1993 

2-9-0 (1-4, 1-5) 

ACC: 2-6-0, T-7th 

Head Coach: Mark Duffner 

84 -Virginia L 29-43 

S11 H [14| - al North Carolina L 42-59 

S18 WestVirginia L 37-42 

S25 atWginiaTech L 28-55 

02 H 181 Penn Stale L 7-70 

09 -at Georgia Tech L 0-38 

016 -Duke* W 26-18 

O30 -atClemson L 0-29 

N6 I-] |1] -Florida Slate L 2049 

N13 - at NC Slate L 2144 

N20 - at Wake Foresl W 33-32 

1994 

4-7-0 (3-2, 1-5) 
ACC: 2-6-0, 7m 
Head Coach: Marit Duffner 

S3 -atDuke L 1649 

S10 1-1 14| -FlondaState L 20-52 

S17 al West Virginia W 24-13 

S23 -Wake Forest W 31-7 

01 -atClemson L 0-13 

015 1-1 [151 -at North Carolina L 1741 

022 -Georgia Tech W 42-27 

029 Tulane* W 38-10 

N5 -NC State L 4547 

N12 l-j (21) -at Virginia L 2146 

N19 al Syracuse L 16-21 




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 



20,831 
38,014 
62,852 
24,787 
68,000 
48,500 
30,429 
24,456 
27,126 
40,900 
48.309 



1995 

6-5-0 (3-2, 3-3) 

ACC: 44-0, T-5lh 

Head Coach: Mark Duffner 



S2 

S9 

S16 

S23 

S28 

07 

021 

028 

N4 

Nil 

N18 



124] 

[171 



alTulane W 29-10 

■ North Carolina W 32-18 

WestVirginia W 31-17 

-Duke W 41-28 

- at Georgia Tech L 3-31 



H [141 
1-1 [6! 



- at Wake Foresl W 

- Clemson "^ L 

at Louisville L 

- at NC Slate W 

-Virginia L 

- al Florida Slate L 



9-6 

0-17 

0-31 

30-13 

18-21 

17-59 



1996 

5-6-0 (4-2, 1-3, 0-1) 

ACC: 3-5-0, T-6th 

Head Coach: Mark Duffner 

A31 Northem Illinois W 30-6 

S7 Alabama-Birmingham W 39-15 

814 [-1 [22| -at Virginia L 3-21 

S28 [-1 [231 at West Virginia L 0-13 

05 -NC State L 8-34 

012 [-1 [13] -at North Carolina L 7-38 

019 - Wake Foresl « W 52-0 

026 -atDuke W 22-19 

N2 -atClemson L 3-35 

N14 -Georgia Tech W 13-10 

N23 [-1 [3] - Florida State ' L 1048 

' al Miami, Fla, (Pro Player Stadium) 

1997 

2-9-0(1-5,14) 

ACC: 1-7-0, 8th 

Head Coach: Ron Vanderiinden 

S6 Ohio L 14-21 

813 H |5] -at Flonda Slate L 7-50 

820 [-] |6] • North Carolina L 1440 

827 alTemple W 24-21 

04 -Duke W 16-10 

Oil WestVirginia L 14-31 

018 -atWakeForest L 17-35 

025 -Clemson* L 9-20 

N1 -Virginia L 045 

N8 -alNCState L 2845 

N22 - at Georgia Tech L 18-37 



1998 



3-8-0(2-3,14,0-1) 

ACC: 1-7-0, T-8th 

Head Coach: Ron Vanderiinden 

S5 James Madison W 23-15 

812 [-1 [121 -at Virginia L 19-31 

819 [-1 [19] al West Virginia L 2042 

826 Temple W 30-20 

03 [-] [9] - Florida Slate L 10-24 

O10 -atClemson L 0-23 

017 -Wake Forest* L 10-20 

031 [-] [23| - Georgia Tech ' L 14-31 

N7 - at North Carolina L 13-24 

N14 -alDuke W 42-25 

N21 -NC State L 21-35 

' at Baltimore, Md (PSINet Stadium) 

1999 

5-6-0 (3-3, 2-3) 

ACC: 2-6-0, T-81h 

Head Coach: Ron Vanderiinden 

S9 alTemple W 6-0 

S11 Western Carolina W 51-10 

S18 WestVirginia W 33-0 

830 [-] [9] at Georgia Tech L 3149 

09 atWakeForest W 17-14 

016 Clemson L 3042 

023 Nortti Carolina W 45-7 

O30 Duke* L 22-25 

N6 aINC Slate L 17-30 

N13 [-] [1] al Flonda State L 1049 

N20 Virginia L 30-34 

2000 

5-6-0(4.2.14) 

ACC 3-5-0, T-6th 

Head Coach Ron Vanderiinden 

S9 Temple W 17-10 

S16 al West Virginia L 17-30 

323 Middle Tennessee W 45-27 

S28 I-) 121 FlondaState L 7-59 



18,159 
32,215 
48,055 
41,015 
44,137 
19,107 
43,603 
36.386 
45,652 
45,720 
68,400 



32,517 
30,057 
39,200 
54,542 
32,550 
47,000 
30,212 
18,751 
60,000 
22,510 
31,989 



30,100 
72,237 
30,084 
12,672 
23,206 
31,210 
17,893 
27,270 
23,479 
43,500 
35,276 



36,547 
42,800 
52,279 
27,047 
33,134 
73,000 
23,419 
25,183 
51,200 
15,272 
21,589 



25,322 
36,376 
33,169 
44,612 
19,321 
34,097 
27,077 
30,222 
47,211 
80,340 
32,334 



46,950 
53,007 
31,126 
47,044 



07 

014 

021 

028 

N4 

Nil 

N18 



•C5/ MiiiisMtAUS/' «Sr?a! 

alVirginia L 23-31 53,655 : 

[-] [5] atClemson L 14-35 85,000 t 

Wake Forest* W 37-7 26,544 ' 

atDuke W 20-9 20,033 ' 

NC Stale W 35-28 (2ot) 28410 j 

at North Carolina L 10-13 40,000 ' 

[-] [22] Georgia Tech L 22-35 24,701 



2001 

10-2-0 (7-0, 3-1, 0-1) 
ACC: 7-1-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Ralph Friedgen 



ACC CHAMPIONS 



81 

S8 

822 

S29 

06 

Oil 

O20 

027 

N3 

N10 

N17 



[■1 
(15) 

[-1 
[18] 
[-1 
[■1 
[•1 



North Carolina W 23-7 

Eastern Michigan W 50-3 

atWakeForest W 27-20 

WestVirginia W 32-20 



Virginia . 



..W 41-21 



at Georgia Tech W 20-17 (ot) 

Duke* W 59-17 

at Florida Slate L 31-52 

Troy Stale W 47-14 

Clemson W 37-20 

alNCState W 23-19 



FedEx Orange Bowl 

J2 [6] [5] Flonda' 

Final AP Poll «11 

' al Miami, Fla (Pro Player Stadium) 



..L 23-56 



44,080 
42,105 
22,372 
40,166 
44,197 
40,574 
43,528 
82,565 
38,415 
52.462 
51.500 

73,640 



2002 



11-3-0(6-1,6-1,1-1) 
ACC: 6-2-0, T-2nd 
Head Coach: Ralph Fnedgen 
Preseason AP Poll #20 



A25 

87 

814 

S21 

S28 

05 

017 

026 

N2 

N9 

N16 

N23 

N30 



[21] 
[-1 



vs Noire Dame'. 

Akron 

Flonda Slate 

E Michigan.. 



Wofford W 

at West Virginia W 

Georgia Tech W 

alDuke W 

at North Carolina W 

NC Slate •« W 

atClemson W 

alVirginia L 

Wake Foresl W 

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl 

D31 |18] [-] vs. Tennessee' W 

Final AP Poll #13 

' at East Rutherford. N.J, (Giants Stadium): ' at AUanla, Ga 



|19] 

[18] 
125] 



|14] 

H 
H 
1-1 



0-22 

44-14 

10-37 

45-3 

37-8 

48-17 

34-10 

45-12 

59-7 

24-21 

30-12 

1348 

32-14 



72,903 
48,057 
51,758 
46,098 
44,098 
55,146 
41,766 
23,451 
44,000 
52,915 
72,000 
58,358 
39,006 



30-3 68,330 

(Georgia Dome) 



2003 



10-3-0 (6-0, 3-3. 1-0) 
ACC: 6-2-0 2nd 
Head Coach: Ralph Fnedgen 
Preseason AP Poll #15 



A28 [15] 1-1 

86 I-] 111] 

813 

820 

827 

04 

Oil 

023 

N1 

N13 

N22 

N29 

Toyota Gator Bowl 

Jl [23] [20] vs WesI Virginia' W 41-7 

Final AP Poll #17 

' at Jacksonville, Fla (ALLTEL Stadium) 



al Northem Illinois L 13-20 (ot) 

- at Florida Stale L 10-35 

TheCiladel W 61-0 

WestVirginia W 34-7 

al Eastem Michigan W 37-13 

-Clemson W 21-7 

-Duke W 33-20 

- at Georgia Tech L 3-7 

- North Carolina * W 59-21 

-Virginia W 27-17 

-alNCState W 26-24 

- al Wake Foresl W 41-28 



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 



2004 



5-6-0(4-2,14) 
ACC: 3-5-0. T-8lh 
Head Coach: Ralph Fnedgen 

Preseason AP Poll #22 

84 [22] [-] Northem Illinois W 

S11 [23] [-1 Temple W 

S18 121] [7] al West Virginia L 

825 [23| H -atDuke W 

09 [23] 1-1 - Georgia Tedi L 

016 -NC Slate L 

023 -atClemson L 

O30 1-1 |5| -FloridaSlate W 

N6 [-1 [12] -alVirginia L 

N18 [-1 [15) -alVirginia Tech L 

N27 • Wake Foresl W 



23-20 


51.830 


45-22 


51,292 


16-19(01) 


60.358 


55-21 


16,298 


7-20 


52.733 


3-13 


52,179 


7-10 


78,000 


20-17 


52,203 


0-16 


63,072 


6-55 


65,115 


13-7 


48,226 



fmp 



INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 

RUSHING 



RUSHING ATTEMPTS 

Career-tiOf, LdMonl Jorddii, 1997-2000 _ 
Season-334, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 _ 

Sr.-283, Steve Atkins, 1 978 

Jr.-334, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 __ 

SO.-247, Charlie Wysocki, 197? 



Fr.-159,LaMont Jordan, 1997 



Game-50, Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1980_ 



RUSHING YARDS 

Career-), 147, taMont Jordan, t997-20Cig_ 

Season-1 ,632, LaMont Jordan, 1999 

Sr.- 1,261, Steve Atkins, 1 978 

Jr.-1,632, LaMont Jordan, 1999 

So.-l,242, Bruce Perrv, 200_1 



Fr.-689, LaMont Jordan, 1997 



Game-306. LaMont Jordan vs. Virginia, 1999 

By Quarterback-139, Dennis O'Mara vs. Wake Forest, 
1969 

RUSHING YARDS PER CARRY 

Career (min. 300 att.)-5,57, Ed ModzelewskA 1949- 51 



Career (min. 175 att.}-8 13, Chet Hanulak, 1951-il^ 
Season (min, 200 att.)-6 14, LaMont Jordan, 1 999 
Season (min. 100 att.)-7.38, Ed Modzelews ki. 1951 
Season (min. 75 att.)-9.78, C het Hanulak. 1953 
Sr.-9,78, Chet Hanulak, 1953 



Jr.-6.29, Chet Hanulak, 1952_ 
S0.-5 93 Alvin Blount, 1984 _ 
Fr.-5 64 Steve Atkins 1975 



Game (min. 10 att.)-15.0, Willie Joyner vs. No. Carolina, 1982 

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 

Career-)-;, .R,;\ BacJanjek, 19S2-85 

Season-16, LaMont Jordan, 1999 



Sr.-14.EdVereb. 1955 



Jr.-16AaMont Jordan, 1999 



So.-10,Baice Perry, 2001 



Fr.-9, Rick BadanieK, 1982 



100-YARD RUSHING GAMES 

Career- 18, LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 

Season-8, Charlie Wysocki, 1980; Steve Al kins, 1978 

Sr.-8, Steve Atkins, 1978 

Jr.-8, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

So.-5, Bruce Perry, 2001, LaMont Jordan, 1998; Charlie 

Wysocki, 1979 



Fr.-2, LaMont Jordan, 1997; Wayne Winqfield, 1979 
Consecutive-7 Steve Atkins, 1978 



200-YARD RUSHING GAMES 

Career-3, Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 _ 
Season-2, LaMont Jordan, 1999: Charlie Wysocki, 1979 
Consecutive-2, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 



LONGEST TD RUN 

98, Steve Atkins vs. Clemso n, 1978 



LONGEST NON-SCORING RUN 

76, Harry Bonk vs. No. Carolina, 1948 




Charlie Wysocki 



Steve Atkins 





LaMont Jordan finished his career in 2000 as the 
all-time leading rusher in Terp history and third 
all-time in the ACC. 



Game-5, Bob Shemonski vs. Va. Tech, 1950 



Ed Modzelewski 



Bruce Perry 




I Steve Atkins holds the Terp record for all-purpose 
yards as a senior with 1.562 in 1978. 



ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING 



ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING 
ATTEMPTS 

Career-888, LaMont Jordan, 1997 -2000 
Season-338, Charlie Wys ocki, 1980 



Sr.-297, Steve Atkins, 1978 



Jr.-338, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 



SO.-258, Charlie Wysocki. 1979 



Fr.-1 86, LaMont Jordan, 1 997 



ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING YARDS 

Caree M.960, LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 

Season-1,840. LaMont Jordan, 1999 

Sr.-1.562. Steve Atkins. 1978 

Jr.-1,840. LaMont Jordan, 1999 



So.-1,71 8, Br uce Perry, 2001 



Fr.-920, LaMont Jordan. 1997 



ALL-PURPOSE YARDS PER PLAY 

Careef (min. 1.000 yds>-22 29. Lewis Sander s. 1995-99 

Season (mia'600y (ls) -21.00. Billy Van Heusen, 1966 
Sr.-18.50, Barry Johnson. 1990 



Jr.-21.00,BillyVan Heusen. 1966 



So.-18.54,AzizuddinAbdur-Raoof, 1985 



Fr.-15.37. Jennaine Lewis, 1992 



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PASSING 

PASSING ATTEMPTS 

Career-982, Scott Milanovich, 1 992-95 
Season-482, JohnKaleo, 1992 



Sr.-482. John Kaleo, 1992 



Jr.-35 3, DanHenning, 1 986 



So.^31, Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Fr.-1 79, Calvin McCalLI 999 



Game-fi2, Scott Milanovich vs. Florida St., 1995 

PASSING COMPLETIONS 

Caree r-650, Scott Mi la novich , 1992-95 

Season-286, John Kaleo, 1992 



Sr.-286, John Kaleo, 1992 



Jr.-229, Scott Milanovich, 1994 



SO.-279, Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Fr.-93, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Game-46, Sco tt Milanovich vs. Florida St.. 1995 

PASSING YARDAGE 

Caree r -7,301, Scott Milanovich. 1992-95 



Season-3,49 9, Scott Milanovic h, 1993 



Sr.-3,392, John Kaleo. 1992 



Jr.-2.7 25, Dan Henning, 1 986 



So.-3,499, Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Fr.-1,264, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Game-498, Scott Milanovich vs. Va. Tech, 1993 



PASSING COMPLETION PCT. 

Career (min. 200 att.)-.662. Scott Milanovich (650 of 982). 

1992-95 

Season (min. 125 att.h688. Scott Milanovich (229 of 333), 

1994 

Sr- 665, Scott Milanovicli{125 oj 188), 1995 



_Jr-.688, Scott Milanovich_1229 oL333), 1 994 
_Sg.- 647,_Scott Milanovich (279 of 431), 1993 



Fr.-,520, Calvin McCall (91 of 179), 1999 

Game (min. 10 att.)-.909, BobAvellini (10 of 11) vs. Duke, 
1974 

PASSING EFFICIENCY RATING 
POINTS 

Career (min. 200att.)-142.C3, Scott McBrien, 2002-03 
Season (min. 125 att.)-147.43, Frank Reich, 1984 

Sr.-147.43, Frank Reich, 1984 

Jr.-1 43.57 . Scott Mil anovich, 1994 

So.-144.48. Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Fr.-117.10, Calvin McCall, 1999 



PASSING TOUCHDOWNS 

Career-49, Scott Mila_novich,1992-i5 

Season-26, Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Sr.-19. S cott McBnen . 2003 



Jr.-20. Scott Milanovich, 1994 



SO.-26, Scott Milanovich , 1993 
Fr.-5, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Game-5, Scott Milanovich vs. NC State, 1994; Scott Mila- 
novich vs. Wake Forest, 1993; Scott Milanovich vs. W. 
Virginia, 1993; Scott Milanovich vs. No. Carolina. 1993; 
John Kaleo vs. Clemson. 1992 

400'YARD PASSING GAMES 

Career-5. Scott Milanovich. 1992-95 

Season-5. Scott Milanovich. 1993 

C onsecutive-3 . Scott Milanovich, 1993 

300-YARD PASSING GAMES 

Career-10, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 



Season-5, Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Consecutive-3, Scott Milanovich. 1993 



PASSING INTERCEPTIONS 

Career-35, Scott Milanovich, 1992i95, Dic k Shiner, 1961-63 
Season-22, John Kaleo, 1992 



LONGEST TOUCHDOWN PASS 

92, Stan Lavine to Ed Bolton vs. So. Carolina, 1949 



LONGEST NON-SCORING PASS 

76, Scott Milanovich to Jermaine Lewis vs. W. Virginia. 1993 



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TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS 

Career-1.15 0, Sratt Milanovic h, 1992-95 
Season-588. John Kaleo. 1992 



Sr.-588 . John Kaleo. 1992 
Jr.^18 , Dan Manning, 1986_ 



S0.-522, Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Fr.-258. Calvin McCall, 1999 



TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 

Careef-7. 111. S cott Milanov ich, 19 9 2-95 
Season-3,472, John Kaleo, 1992 



Sr.-3,472, John Kaleo, 1992 



Jr.-2,781 . Scott McBrien , 2002 



So.-3,437. Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Fr.-1,520, Calvin McCall, 1999 



TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE 

FOR 

Career-53, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 



Season-29, Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Sr.-22, John Kaleo, 1992 



Jr.-22, Scott McBrien, 2002 



SO.-29, Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Fr.-9, Rick Badanjek. 1982 



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RECEIVING 

PASS RECEPTIONS 

Career-193, Jermaine Lewis. 1992-95 



Season-77. Geroy Simon, 1994 

Sr.-75, Marcus Badgett, 1992 



Jr.-69,Russ Weaver, 1993 



S0.-7 7, Geroy Simon, 1994 
J r.:::58, Frank Wycheck, 1990_ 



Game-:16^Geroy Simon vs. Florida S t., 1995 



RECEIVING YARDAGE 

Career-2,932, Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 
Season-1,240, Marcus Badgett, 1 992 



Sr.-1,240, Marcus Badgett, 1992 
Jr.-692, Jermaine Lewis, 1994 



_So.-?57, Jermaine Lewis, 1993 
Fr.-509. Frank Wycheck, 1990 



Game-251 , M arcus Badgett vs. Pittsb u rgh, 1992 




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RECEIVING YARDS PER CATCH 

Career (min. 35 rec.)-19.15Jilly Van Heusen, 1965-67 
Season (min. 20 rec.)-21.44, Billy Van Heusen, 1966 

Sr.-18.53. Lloyd Colteryahn, 1952 



Jr.-21 .44, Billy Van Heusen, 1966 

So.-19.17,AzizuddinAbdur-Ra'oof, 1985 



Fr.-17.52, Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984 

RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS 

Career-21, Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 



Season-9, Jermaine Lewis, 1994; Marcus Badgett, 1992 
Sr.-9, Marcus Badgett, 1992 



Jr.-9. J ermaine Lewis, 1994 
So.-8 . ban Bungori, 1971 



Fr.-5, Sean Sullivan. 1983 



Game-3. Jermaine Lewis vs. W. Virginia. 1993; James Milling vs. 
No. Carolina, 1 986, Guilian G ary v s. Georgia Tech, 2000 



200-YARD RECEIVING GAMES 

Career-2,_JemiaioeLewis,_19?2-95,Marcus Badgett, 1990-92^ 
Season-2, Marcu s Badgett, 1 992 



Consecutive-2, Marcus Badgett, 1992^ 



100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES 

Career-15, Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 

Season-5, Marcus Ba dgett, 1992 



Con5ecutive-4, Jermaine Lewis, 1994 



LONGEST TOUCHDOWN 
RECEPTION 

92. Ed Bolton from Stan Lavine vs. So. Carolina, 1949 



LONGEST NON-SCORING PASS 

76, Jermaine Lewis from Scott Milanovich vs 

West Virginia. 1993 





Scoff Milanovich holds or shares 31 Maryland 
passing records, including career n^arks for attempts, 
completions, yards and completion percentage. 




Jermame Lewis holds the Maryland career marks for 
receptions, receiving yards, receiving touchdowns. 
200-yard receiving games and 100-yard receiving 
games. 



SCORING 

MOST POINTS SCORED 

Career-393, Nick Novak, 2001-U4 
Sea5on-125, Nick Novak, 2002 



Sr.-96, Ed Vereb, 1955; Lu Ga mbino. 1947 

_Jt-110, Nick Novak, 2003 

SO.-125, Nick Novak, 2002 

Fr.-89, Nick Novak, 2001 



MOST TOUCHDOWNS 

CareeM6, Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 

Season-17, LaMont Jordan, 1999 

Sr.-16 , Ed Vereb, 1955; Lu Gam bino, 1947 

Jr.-17 , LaMont Jordan, 1999 

S0.- I2, Bruce Perry, 2001 

Fr.-9, Rick Badanjek, 1982 

MOST TWO-POINT 
CONVERSIONS 

Career-5, Rick Badanjek, 1982:85 

Season-3, Rick Bad anjek, 1984 



MOST POINTS KICKING 

Career-393, Ni ck Novak, 200_1:04 

Season-125, N ick Novak, 20K 



Sr.-S8, Jess Atkinson, 1984 



Jr.-IIO, Nick Novak, 2003 



S0.-I25. Nick Novak, 2002 



Fr.-89, Nick Novak, 2001 



MOST PATS 

Career-153, Nick Novak, 20 01-04 
Season-53, Nick Novak, 2002 



Sr.-37, Jess Atkinson, 1984 



Jr.-38, Nick Novak, 2003_ 
S0.-53, Nick Novak, 2002 



Fr^l, Nick Novak, 2001 



Consecutive (C areer)-93, Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 
Consecutive (Season) -43, Nick Novak, 2002 



BEST PAT PERCENTAGE 

Career-1.000, Dan Plocki (92 of 92), 1985-88; Dan DeAmias 
(62 of 62), 1989-92 



Season-1,000, Jess Atkinson (39 of 39), 1982 

of29), 1986; Jess Atkinson (28o( 28), 19i, ■_■ 

(27 of 27), 1988; Dan DeArmas (24 of 24), 1989; Dan 
DeArmas (23 of 23), 1990; Dan Plocki (20 of 20). 1985, 
John Hannigan (17 of 17), 1961; Dan Plocki (16 of 16), 
1 987; Dan DeArmas ( 1 5 of 1 5), 1 991 ; Bernardo Bramson 

(15 oL15j, 1965; Ramon Paredes {13of 13), 1985 

Sf.-1.0 00, Dan Plocki (27 of 27), 1988 " 

Jr.-1.0 00, Jess Atkinson (28 of 28), 1983 _ 

So.-1 .000, Jess Atkinson (39 of 39), 1982 

_ Fr.-1 .000, Dan Plocki (20 of 20), 1985 

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 

Career-80, Nick Novak, 2001-04 

Season-24, Nick Novak, 2002 & 2003 

Sr.-17, Dan Plocki, 1988, Jess Atkinson. 1984 

Jr.-24, Nick Novak, 2003 
S0.-24, N ick Novak, 2002 

Fr.-1 6, Nick _Npvak, 2001 

Game-5, Dale Castro vs. Mississippi St, 1979 

Consecutive-16 Dale Castro 1979 



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FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 

Ca reer-107, Nick Novak, 2001-04 

Seaspn-28, Nick N ovak, 2002 

Sr.-26, Ed LoncarJ978 

Jr-32, Nick Novak, 2003 

SO.-28, Nick Nov ak, 2002 

Fr.- 25, Nick Novak, 2001 

Game-5, Dan Plocki vs. W. Virginia, 1985; Dale Castro vs. 

Mississippi St., 1979; Nick Novak vs. Duke, 2003 

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 

Career (mm, 20 att,)- 77? joe Oonne.! i2 6 of36). 1 994-96 
Season (min. 12 att.)-,857 Nick Novak (24 of 28), 2002 

Sr.-850, JessAtkin son(17of20), 1984 

Jr.-.809, Dale Ca stro (17 of 21), 1979 



SO.-.85 7, Nick Nov ak (24 of 28), 2002 
_Fr-.846, Dan Plocki (11 of 13), 1985 



Game-1 ,00 0, Dale Castro (5 of 5) vs. Miss. St, 1979 

LONGEST HELD GOAL 

54, Steve Mike-Mayer vs. Villanova, 1973 

54, Nick Novak vs. Duke, 2003 



PUNTING 



TOTAL PUNTS 

Career-268, Dan DeArmas. 1988-91 



Season-90, Dan DeArmas, 1991 



PUNTING AVERAGE 

Career^3 7 , Brooks Barnard, 1999-2002 
Season-44.7, Brooks Barnard, 2000 



Game-1 2, Steve Adams vs. Florida, 1981 

PUNTING YARDS 

Career-' C 627 Da- DeA-as, 1988-91 



Sr.-43.1. Brooks Barnard, 2002 



Jf.-44.5, Brooks Barnard, 2001 



S0.-44.7, Brooks Bamard, 2000 



Fr.-42.3, Adam Podlesf). 2003 



Season-3 6'5 Par jeA—as, 1991 



Gam e-53.8. Brooks Bamard vs. Temple. 2000 (6 punts) 



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88, John Fritscti vs. Miami. 1956 



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PUNT RETURNS 



PUNT RETURNS 

Caree r-1 21, si eve Suter, 2001-04 
Season-56, Steve Suter. 2002 



Sr.-35, Larry MarshalU 971 



Jr.-40, Bob Smith, 1973 



SO.-56, Steve Suter, 2002 



Fr.-16, Mike Lewis, 1979 



Game-S, Larry Marsliall vs. Villanova. 1971; 
Steve Suter vs. West Virginia, 2002 



PUNT RETURN YARDS 

Career-1, 271, S teve Sjier, 2001-04 
Season-771, Steve Suter, 2002 



Sr.-3 75, Larry l^ arsti al l, 1971 



Jr.-42 0, Bob SmithJ9i3 

SO.-771, Steve Suter, 2002 



Fr.-136, Orlando Strozier, 1993 



Ganie-146, Bob Shemonsl(i vs. NC State, 1950 



YARDS PER PUNT RETURN 

Career (min. 20 returns)-15.23, Joe Petruzzo, 1950-51 
Season (min. 12 retums)-21.23, Joe Petruzzo, 1950 

Sr.-15.31, Ronnie Waller, 1954 

Jr.-14.57, Bob Shemonski, 1950 



So.-21.23. Joe Petruzzo. 1950 



Fr.-10 .46, Orlan^ Strozier 1993 



PUNT RETURNS FOR 
TOUCHDOWN 

Career-6, Steve Suter, 2001 -present 



Season-4, Steve Suter, 2002 (Tied NCAA Record) 



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KICKOFF RETURNS 

Ca reer-72, Keeta Covington. 1983-86 



Season-34, Bren Lowery, 1988 



Sr.-23, Chad Scott, 1996 



Jr.-34, B ren Lowe ry, 1988 



$0.-25, Keeta Covi ngton, 1984 
Fr.-17, Rich Parson, 2001 



Sr.-587, Larry MarshalU 971_ 
Jr.-702 , Bren Low ery, 1988 



SO.-546, Steve Suter, 2002 



Fr.-375. Rich Parson, 2001 



YARDS PER KICKOFF RETURN 

Career (min. 20 returns)-26.24, Tom Brown, 1960-62 
Season (min. 12 returnsl-31.00, John Schultz, 1975 

Sr.-31.00, John Schultz, 1975 

Jr.-24.38, Dan-yl Hill, 1963 

So.-24.82, Steve Suter, 2002 



KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 

Career- 1520, Keeta Covington, 1 983-86 
Season-7g2, Bren Lower/. 1988 



Fr.-22.07, Tommy Neal.1983 



KICKOFF RETURNS FOR 
TOUCHDOWN 

Career-2, Lewis Sanders, 1996-99; Richard Jennings, 1972-75; 

Tom Brown, 1960-62; Dennis Condie, 1959-61 

Season-2, Richard Jennings, 1975; Dennis Condie, 1960 



LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN 
FORTD 

100, Kenny Ambrusko vs. Navy, 1964; Dick Novak/Dennis Condie 
vs. Virginia, 1960 (Novak returned to the 9-yard line, then 
lateraled to Condie who returned 91 yds, for TD) 

LONGEST NON-SCORING 
KICKOFF RET. 

97, Sammy Johnson vs. Vanderfailt, 1980 



Game-182, Allen Williams vs. Penn State, 1993 



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TACKLES (SINCE 1969) 

Career-^81 Eric Wilson, 1981-84 

Season-188, Neal OIkewicz, 1978 

Sr.-188, Neal OIkewicz, 1978 



Jr.-178, Eric Wilson, 1983 



S0.-137, Ratcliff Thomas, 1 994 



Fr.-136, Mike Corvino, 1979 



TACKLES FOR LOSS (SINCE 1974) 

Career-62, E.J. Henderson, 1999-2002 



Season-28. E.J Henderson, 1999 



Sr.-2 4. Randy VVhite, 1974 

Jr.-28, E.J. Henderson, 1999 



S0.-17, Aaron Thompson, 1999 



Fr.-8, Mike Corvino, 1979 



TACKLES FOR LOSS YARDAGE 
(SINCE 1974) 

Care er-2 06, Mike C oryino, 1979-1982 



Season-122. Randy White, 1 974 
Sr.-122 Randy White, 1974_ 



Jr.-101, Martin Van Horn, 1978 



SO.-75, EricOgbogu , 1995_ 
Fr.-76, Mike Whaley, 2000 



SACKS (SINCE 1969) 

Career-24, Mike Corvino, 1979-82 

Season-13, Mark Duda, 1982; Bruce Palmer, 1978 



Sr.-13, Mark Duda, 1982, Bruce Palmer. 1978 



Jr.-12, Bruce Mesner, 1985 



$0.-8.5, Shawne Merriman, 2003 



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INTERCEPTIONS 



INTERCEPTIONS 

Car eer-17, Tom Brown^1960-62_ 
Season-10, Bob Sullivan, 1965 



Sr.-IO, Bob Sullivan, 1965 



Jr.-8 Jbm Brown, 1961 



$0.-7, Bob S mith, 1972 



Fr.-6, Joe Homing, 1951 



Game-4. Lendell Jones vs. Duke, 1982 



INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 

Career-275, Tom Br own, 19 60-62 

Season-147, Joe Homing, 1951 



$r.-133. Cliff Crosby, 1998 

Jr.-112, Bill McFadden, 1981 



$0.-140, Frank Tamburell o, 1954 
Fr.-1 47, Joe Horning, 1951 



Game-111. Dick Lewis vs. NC State, 1956 

INTERCEPTION RETURNS FOR 

TOUCHDOWN 

Career-2, Bob Haley, 1966-68; Ernie Arizzi, 1961-63; 
Curome Cox, 2000-03, Dgmonique Foxworth, 2001 - pres. 
Season-2, Bob H aley. 1968; Curome Cox, 2000-2002 . 



LONGEST INTERCEPTION 
RETURN FOR TD 

100, Tom Brown vs. Virginia, 1962. Dick Lewis vs. NC State. 
1956; Joe Homin g vs. Missoun. 1951 

LONGEST NON-SCORING 
INTERCEPTION RETURN 

69, Kevin Benson vs. Virginia, 1973 




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HND UNDERSTAND AMDIGUITY. 

That phrase captures one way in which an educated person approaches the world and its challenges. 

Students who graduate from the University of IVIaryland have been exposed to the tools that allow 

them to put that perspective to work. Imparting such a perspective may be an ambitious project for 

undergraduate education, but to aim for anything less would be unworthy of a great university's goals 

for its students. Thirteen years ago, Promises to Keep, a plan for undergraduate education at Maryland, 

articulated those goals so eloquently we repeat them here. 



Undergraduate education at Maryland "aims to provide students with a sense of identity and purpose, 
a concern for others,'a sense of responsibility for the quality of life around them, a continuing eagerness 
for knowledge and understanding, and a foundation for a lifetime of personal enrichment." 

As we learn with and from one another, we try to "develop human values," 

"celebrate tolerance and fairness," "contribute to the social conscience," "monitor and assess private 

and collective assumptions," and "recognize the glory, tragedy and humor of the human condition." 

Your years at the University of Maryland can provide you with all the tools you need to accomplish these goals. 

Students here are "educated to be able to read with perception and pleasure, write and speak with clarity and verve, 

handle numbers and computation proficiently, reason mathematically, generate clear questions 

and find probable arguments, reach substantiated conclusions and accept ambiguity." 






2005 MARYLAND FOOTRALL 



UNIVERSITY OF MARl 



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The Campus 



By virtually every measure of quality, the University of Maryland has gained national 
recognition as one of the fastest-rising comprehensive research institutions in the country. 
The momentum of recent years has poised the university to move it into the top ranl<s 
of higher education and take leadership in shaping the research university of the 21" 
century. 

The university has enjoyed a decade of momentum in all of the areas that affect 
quality. The average high school GPA of entering students has zoomed from 3,01 to nearly 
3.90, and the average SATs are now more than 1270, The student body is a model of 
diversity, with minonties malting up more than 32 percent of all students, and at least one 
graduate and undergraduate student from every state in the nation. 

The university has 76 graduate and undergraduate programs ranked in the Top 25 by 
U,S, News and World Report, up from just one program in 1991, 

Sponsored research and outreach has nearly tnpled in the same 10-year period, 
exceeding S350 million last year. Private giving also has increased, and the university 
last year concluded its first campaign by topping its S350 million goal by more than S100 
million. Alumni Association membership has been growing at an average rate of 1 percent 
a year since 1992. 

One of the largest research universities in the United States, Fall 2002 enrollment 
was 25.240 undergraduate and 9,561 graduate students. There are 94 undergraduate 
programs, 89 masters programs, 70 doctoral programs and one first professional degree 
program. More than 100 centers and institutes are engaged in research and outreach. 

Faculty at the University of Maryland, in all fields of knowledge, are engaged at the 
highest levels of national and international concern. The university's location near the 
center of federal policy-making and international political and economic activity enables it 
to play an active role in research and analysis of public policy. 

Maryland is one of 30 public universities in the prestigious 63-member Association 
of American Universities and the only public institution in the Maryland-D.C. area with 
membership in the nation's most distinguished honor society Phi Beta Kappa. 




Did You Know? 

In 1991 . Maryland tiad one program listed among Top 25 entrants in the U.S. 

News & World Report Ranl(ings. Maryland now has 76 programs ranl(ed 

/ among ttie nation's elite, and the university is ranl<ed 18th nationally among 

public universities 

A report card published in Technology Review rated ttie top U.S. universities 
in their quest for intellectual property, commercial partners and profits. Johns 
1/ Hopkins University and the University of Maryland (28th) were the Mid- 
Atlantic (Delaware. Maryland, Virginia. Distnct of Columbia) schools to make 
the "campus patenting' top 50 list. 

Black Issues In Higher Education ranked the university fourth nationally 
in bachelor s degrees earned by Afncan-American students at traditionally 
1/ white schools Maryland ranks first in African-American undergraduate 
degrees in soaal sciences and history. 

The Wall Street Journal ranked the Robert H. Smith School of Business No. 
16 among the world's business schools, Maryland is the top-ranked school in 
1/ the Mid-Atlantic region (Delaware, Maryland. District of Columbia. Virginia). 
The Financial Times of London ranked the Robert H. Smith School of 
Business No, 8 in infomiation technology. No, 6 in faculty research and No. 
7 in entrepreneurship. 

In the only undergraduate program rankings released by U.S. News & 
World Report-business and engineering-both the A. James Clari< School of 
' Engineenng (No. 16) and the Robert H. Smith School of Business (No. 27) 
were ranked amo|g the top 25. 





Libraries 

Seven libraries make up the University of Maryland library system: McKeldin 
(main) Library, Architecture Library, Art Library, Engineering and Physical Sciences Library, 
Hornbake Library, Performing Arts Library and White Memorial (Chemistry) Library. 

These libraries constitute the largest university research library institution in the 
Washington metropolitan area, providing vital resources to researchers, visiting scholars, 
and businesses throughout the region. The libraries' holdings include more than 2,5 
million volumes, 24,000 subscriptions to periodicals and nearly 5 million items available in 
microfilm format. 

Research 

Opportunities for conducting research abound at the University of Maryland, 
College Park, and in the surrounding area, both for faculty to advance their own expertise 
and bring their insights into the classroom, and for students to begin their exploration of 
their unique interests with practical experience. On campus, special facilities and a number 
of organized research centers, bureaus and institutes promote the acquisition and analysis 
of new knowledge in the arts, sciences and applied fields. 

The university's enviable location — just nine miles from downtown Washington, 
D.C., and approximately 30 miles from both Baltimore and Annapolis — enhances the 
research of its faculty and students by providing access to some of the finest libranes and 
research centers in the country. 

Service 

Programs of public service are central to the overall mission of the university. The 
philosophy is reflected in the wide an-ay of programs and initiatives that benefit the state's 
business, agriculture and education communities. 

With more than 90 high-technology firms in the three-county area of Montgomery, 
Prince George's and Frederick counties, the university has found abundant opportunity 
to extend its business and technology outreach programs to the region. Many of these 
programs are part of the Engineering Research Center, which operates the Technology 
Advancement Program and the Maryland Industrial Partnerships, programs designed to 
provide Maryland entrepreneurs and small businesses with research facilities, technical 
assistance, administrative support and access to technology that will advance their 
economic base. 

The Institute for Systems Research has formed partnerships with major corporations, 
including Lockheed Martin, Westinghouse, BF Goodrich. Hughes Aircraft and Dupont 
to apply advanced systems research to solving industry problems in the fields of 
communications, manufacturing, controls and robotics. 

The university last year opened the Clance Smith Performing Arts Center, with 
its six state-of-the art performance halls, which has quickly become a center of cultural 
programming in the Washington metropolitan area. The university also boasts four art 
galleries and a broad range of public art throughout the beautiful campus. Additionally 
intercollegiate, club and intramural sports provide students of all levels an opportunity to 
participate as spectators or athletes. 





DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI 



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William Appolony, '69, Sociology 

Senior Vice President, M4T Bank 
Sade Baderinwa, '93, Agriculture 

Co Anchor, ABC 7 New York 
Zvi Barzilay, '73, Architecture 

President, Toll Brothers Builders 
Robert Basham '70, Bus. Admin, 

Co-founder, Outback Steakhouse 
Gail Berman, '78, Theatre 

President, Fox Entertainment 
Bonnie Bernstein, '92, Journalism 

Reporter, CBS Sports 
Carl Bernstein, '65, Arts & Sciences 

Author, Watergate reporter 
Robert Bonner, '63, Government 

Commissioner, US. Customs Service 
Tim Brant, '73, Journalism 

Sportscaster, ABC and Jefferson-Pilot 
Hal Brierley, '65, Chemical Engineering 

Developer of frequent flyer programs 
Sergey Brin, '93, Mathematics 

Co-founder, Google, Inc. search engine 
Kenneth Brody, '64, Electrical Eng. 

Former chairman, US, Export-Import Bank 
John Brophy, '71, History 

President, ACS Solutions 
Vicky Bullett, '90, General Studies 

WNBA& US Olympian 
Dennis Cardoza, '82, Gov,/Politics 

Congressman, California 18th District 
Alan Carey '78, Government 

President, Sales, Pepsico 
Connie Chung, '69, Journalism 

Emmy-winning Correspondent 
Mark Ciardi, '83, Marketing 

Producer, The Rookie" 4 "Miracle" 
A, James Clark '50, Civil Eng. 

President, Clark Enterprises 
Fran Contino, '68, Accounting 

CFO, McCormick & Co. 
Bob Corliss, '76, Gov/Politics 

President, Athlete's Foot 
Larry David, '69, Bus. Admin, 

Executive producer, Seinfeld 
Raymond Davis, '37, Chemistry 

Nobel Prize Winner, Physics 
Dominique Dawes, '02, Speech 

US. Olympian 
Len Elmore, '78, English 

Senior Counsel, LeBouef, Lamb, Greene & Lamb, LLP; 

ESPN Commentator 
Gordon England, '61, 

Electrical Engineering 

Deputy Defense Sectretary 
Boomer Esiason, '84, 

Undergraduate Studies 

Sportscaster, former NFL player 
Raul Fernandez, '90, Economics 

Chairman, Object Video 
Carly Fiorina, '80, M,B,A. 

Pioneenng Woman CEO 
Robert Fischell, '53, M,S, Physics 

Chairman, Fischell Biomedical, LLC 
Jon Franklin, '70, Journalism 

Two-time Pulitzer Pnze winner 
Ralph Friedgen, '70, P,E, 

Head coach. University of Maryland football 
Fred Funk, '80, Criminology 

Pro golfer 
Tom Gallagher, '70, Marketing 

Chairman, President & CEO, Genuine Auto Parts 




Carl Bemslein 




Connie Chung 




Gordon England 



Joseph Gildenhorn, '51, 
Bus. Administration 

Partner, The JBG Companies; 

retired US Ambassador 
Dave Goldfarb, '79, Accounting 

CAO, Lehman Brothers 
Michael Griffin, '77, Ph,D, 

Aerospace Engineering 

Chief Administrator, NASA 
Roger Hale, '65, History 

Board of Directors, HiR Block and Ashland Oil 
Herbert Hauptmann, '55, Math 

Nobel Prize winner, physics 
Jane Henson, '55, Art Education 

Creator. The Moppets 
Jim Henson, '60, Home Economics 

Creator, The Moppets 
Donald Himelfarb, '67, History 

CAO, Thrifty & Dollar Rental Cars 
Steny Hoyer, '63, Political Science 

Congressman, Maryland's 5th dislnct 
Harry Hughes, '49, Bus, Admin. 

Former governor of Maryland 
Stan Jones, '56, Education 

NFL Hall of Fame inductee, '91 
Jeong Kim, '91, Ph,D, Engineering 

President, Bell Labs 
Jeffrey Kluger, '76, Gov./Politics 

Author. Apollo 13 
Chris Kubasik, '83, Accounting 

E-VP S CFO, Lockheed Martin 
Tim Kurkjian, '78, Journalism 

Reporter, ESPN & ESPN Magazine 
John Lauer, '63, Chemical Eng, 

Former president, B F Goodnch 
George Laurer, '51, Electrical Eng. 

Inventor, Universal Price Code 
Samuel LeFrak, '40, Bus, Admin, 

Chairman, The LeFrak Organization 
Liz Lerman, '70, Dance 

MacArthur Award Winner; Dance Co. Owner 
Barbara Lucas, '67, Gov/Politics 

Senior Vice President, Black & Decker 
Marvin Mandel, '39, Arts/Law 

Former governor of Maryland 
Odonna Mathews, '72, Nutrition 

Vice President, Giant Food 
William Mayer, '66, Bus, Admin, 

Chair, Exec Comm . Park Ave 

Equity Partners 
Mark McEwen, '76, Radio/TV/Film 

Anchor, WKMG News 6 Orlando 
Tom McMillen, '74, Chemistry 

Co-founder, Fortress America Corp. 
Mike Miller, '64, Economics 

President, Maryland Senate 
Paul Mullan, '68, Marketing; '70, li/IBA 

Strategic Partner, Charterhouse 

Group International 
Renaldo Nehemiah, '81, Radios/Film 

U S Track & Field Hall of Fame inductee, 1997 
PaulNorris, '71,M,B,A, 

Non-Executive Chairman, W. R, Grace 
Tom Norris, '67, Sociology 

Congressional Medal of Honor Winner 
Jay Nussbaum, '66, Journalism 

Head of Global Sales, Citigroup 
Preston Padden, '70, Economics 

Executive Vice President, Disney 
George Pelecanos, '80, Radio, TV, Film 

Novelist 




Fred Funk 




Mark McEwen 



Robert Pincus, '68, Bus, Admin, 

Chairman, Milestone Advisors 
Kevin Plank, '97, Business Admin, 

Founder & CEO, Under Armour 
Jesus Rangel, '78, Journalism 

Vice President, sales department, 

Anheuser-Busch 
Robert Ratliff, '58, Industrial Education 

Chairman. Massey-Ferguson tractors 
Judith Resnick, '77, Electrical 

Engineering 

Second woman in space; died 

in '86 Challenger explosion 
Paul Richards, '91, M.S. Electrical Eng, 

NASA Astronaut 
Jimmy Roberts, '79, Radio/TV/Fllm 

Reporter, NBC 
Mark Rosenker, '69, Radio/TV 

Chairman, National Transportation Safely Board 
Harvey Sanders, '72, Journalism 

Founder, Nautica Enterprises 
Ben Scotti, '59, Arts & Sciences 

Original syndicator. Baywatch senes 
Tony Scotti, '61, Arts i Sciences 

Original syndicator, Baywatch series 
David Simon, '83, Undergraduate Studies 

Created TV series Homicide 
Harry Smith, '49, Electrical Eng, 

Inventor, pulse doppler radar 
Robert H, Smith, '50, Accounting 

Developer of Crystal City complex 
Ed Snider, '55, Accounting 

Chairman, Philadelphia Flyers 
Michele Snyder, '86, Architecture 

Minonty Owner, 

Washington Redskins 
Bert Sugar, '57, Bus, Admin. 

Boxing historian 
Mark Turner, '78, Urban Studies 

President, Steak Escape 

restaurant chain 
Joe Tydings, '51, Arts-Law 

Attorney 
Leo Van Munching, '50, 

Marketing/Bus. Admin, 

Headed one of America's 

top Import companies 
Scott Van Pelt, '88, 

Radio, TV, Film 

ESPN Anchor 
Jim Walton, '81, Radio/TV/Film 

President, News Group, CNN 
Michael Ward, '72, Marketing 

Chairman & CEO, CSX 
Pam Ward, '84, Radio/TV/FjIm 

Co-anchor. ESPN and ESPN2 
Randy White, '74, PE, 

NFL Hall of Fame inductee, '94 
Dianne Wiest, '69, Arts 8; Sciences 

Two-time Academy Award winner 
Gary Williams, '68, Marketing 

Head coach. University of Maryland men's basketball 
Morgan Wootten, '56, Phys Ed, 

U S Basketball Hall of Fame 
Dennis Wraase, '66, Accounting 

Chairman, President & CEO, PEPCO Holdings 




Kevin Plank 




Ben Sugar 




Scott Van Pelt 



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PRESIDENT CD. MOTE JR, 




University 
President 
California '59 
Seventii Year 

In September 1998, 
C D, (Dan) Mote, Jr began 
his tenure as President of 
the University of Maryland 
and Glenn L, Martin Institute 
rioicsbui of Engineenng, He was recruited to lead the 
University of Maryland to national eminence under a 
mandate by the state. Since assuming the presidency 
he has encouraged an environment of excellence across 
the University and given nevi/ impetus to the momentum 
generated by a talented faculty and student body. Under 
his leadership, academic programs have flourished. 
In 2005, the University was ranked 18th among public 
research universities, up from 30th in 1998. President 
Mote has emphasized broad access to the university's 
model, ennched undergraduate curriculum programs 
and launched the Baltimore Incentive Awards Program to 
recmit and provide full support to high school students of 
outstanding potential who have overcome extraordinary 
adversity dunng their lives. 

He has spumed the university to lead the state in 
the development of its high-tech economy especially 
in the information and communication, bioscience and 
biotechnology and nano-technology sectors. President 
Mote has greatly expanded the university's partnerships 
with corporate and federal laboratones and successfully 
negotiated to bnng to the College Park area the first Science 
Research Park sponsored by the People's Republic of 
China. Under his leadership, the University has established 
a research park. The University of Maryland Enterpnse 
Campus. M-Square. located on a 115-acre site adjacent 
to the University of Maryland/College Park Metro with 3 
million square feet of development potential. Among its first 
tenants are the Center for Advanced Study of Language, a 
joint venture of the University and Department of Defense, 
and the National Oceanic and Atmosphenc Administration's 
new World Weather and Climate Prediction Center. 

During President Mote's second year in office, the 
University began the largest building boom in its history, 
with more than SlOO million in new projects breaking 
ground that year. New facilities address every aspect of 
university life, from the arts to recreation to classrooms 
and laboratories, and, in creative partnership with the 
private sector, new residential facilities. Highlights of the 
constnjction activity include the stunning Clance Smith 
Performing Arts Center; the Comcast Center, a state of the 
art sports complex: a high tech research greenhouse: and 
new classrooms for chemistry, computer science, business 
and engineenng President Mote also led the development 
of a new Facilites Master Plan for development in the next 
20 years, which is noted for its emphasis on environmental 
stewardship. • 



Dr. Mote is a leader in the national dialogue on higher 
education and his analyses of shifting funding models have 
been featured in local and national media. He has testified 
on major educational issues before Congress, representing 
the University and higher education associations on the 
problem of visa bamers for international students and 
scholars and on deemed export control issues. He has 
been asked to serve on a high level National Academies 
Committee appointed at the request of the Senate 
Energy Subcommittee of the Senate Energy and Natural 
Resources Committee to identify challenges to United 
States leadership in key areas of science and technology 
and to be a member of the Leadership Council of the 
National Innovation Initiative, an activity of the Council 
on Competitiveness, He has served as vice chair of the 
Department of Defense Basic Research Committee, and 
is a member of the Council of the National Academy of 
Engineenng, In 2004-2005, he served as President of 
the Atlantic Coast Conference, In its last ranking in 2002. 
"Washington Business Forward" magazine counted him 
among the top 20 most influential leaders in the region. 

Prior to assuming the Presidency at Maryland, Dr, 
Mote served on the University of California, Berkeley faculty 
for 31 years. From 1991 to 1998. he was Vice Chancellor 
at Berkeley held an endowed chair in Mechanical Systems 
and was President of the UC Berkeley Foundation, He led 
a comprehensive capital campaign for Berkeley that raised 
Si .4 B. He eariier sen/ed as chair of Berkeley's Department 
of Mechanical Engineering and led the department to its 
number one ranking in the National Research Council 
review of graduate program effectiveness. 

Dr. Mote's research lies in dynamic systems 
and biomechanics. Internationally recognized for his 
research on the dynamics of gyroscopic systems and the 
biomechanics of snow skiing, he has produced more than 
300 publications, holds patents in the U.S., Nonway Finland 
and Sweden, and has mentored 56 PhD, students. He 
received the B.S., M,S. and Ph.D. in mechanical engineenng 
from the University of California. Berkeley. President Mote 
has received numerous awards and honors, including 
the Humboldt Prize awarded by the Federal Republic of 
Germany He is a recipient of the Berkeley Citation, an 
award from the University of California-Berkeley similar 
to the honorary doctorate, and was named Distinguished 
Engineering Alumnus. He has received two honorary 
doctorates. He is a member of the U.S. National Academy 
of Engineering and serves on its Council, and is a member 
of the Amencan Academy of Arts and Sciences. He was 
elected to Honorary Membership in the ASME International, 
its most distinguished recognition, and is a Fellow of the 
International Academy of Wood Science, the Acoustical 
Society of Amenca. and the American Association for the 
Advancement of Science. In Spring 2005. he was named 
recipient of the 2005 J. P Den Hartog award by the ASME 
International Technical Committee on Vibration and Sound 
to honor lifelong contribution to the teaching and/or practice 
of vibration engineering. 



He and his wife of over 40 years 
have two manied children, Melissa and Aoam, and four 
grandchildren. Patsy Mote has continued her strong 
support of the arts and is spokesperson for the Clarice 
Smith Performing Arts Center and a member of Prince 
George's County Arts Commission. 



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University System Of 
Maryland 

William Kifwan. Chancellor 

Irwin Goldstein, Vice Chancellof for Academic Affairs 
Joseph A Vivo na, Vice Chancellor for Admin. And FinaiKe 

University 
Administration 

CD. M ote Jr, Pr e sident 

William Destler, Vice President for Academic Affairs, 

Provost 

Linda Clement, Vice President for Student Affairs 

Jacques Gansler, Vice President for Research 



Jeffrey Huskamp. Vice President and Chief Information 
Officer 

John Porcan, Vice President for Administrative Affairs 
Brodie Remington, Vice President for University Relations 

Board off Regents 

Adela Acosia 

Thomas B Fin an. Jr. 

Patncia S Fl orestano 

R Michael Gill 

Nina Rodale Ho ughton 

Richard E.Hug 

Orlan M.^qhnson 

Clifford U . Kendall 

The Hon. t^an/in Mandel 

Robert L. Mitchell 



David H. Nevlns 



A Dw ight Pettit 



Robert L. Pevenstein 



The Hon. Lewis R. Riley, e x officio 
The Hon. Jame s C. R osapepe 



The Hon Joseph D Tydings 



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Deborah A. Yow has 
just completed the 11th 
year of her outstanding 
tenure as director of 
athletics at the University 
of Maryland, a tenure that 
has seen unprecedented 
success and achievement 
in Maryland athletics. 
Each year has brought 
continued improvement and 
accomplishment in Terrapin athletics. In Yovi/'s 11 years at 
Maryland, the Terrapins have w/on a remarkable nine NCAA 
national championships and graduated its student athletes 
at an enviable rate as Maryland athletics has soared to 
sustained new heights. 

The comprehensive success of Terrapin athletics 
under Debbie Vow's leadership is a clear and compelling 
testimony of her values of excellence, teamwork and 
accountability. 

Likewise, her prior election to the presidency of the 
National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics is 
an indication of the wide respect with which she is regarded 
among its 6,100 members representing 1 ,600 colleges and 
universities in the U.S. and Canada. 

She was honored in December, 2004, by Street 
and Smith's Sports Business Journal as one of the 20 



most influential people in intercollegiate athletics, and 
she has received the Carl Maddox Sport Management 
Award presented by the United States Sports Academy for 
excellence in athletics administration. 

Yow was selected to serve on the U.S. Department 
of Education's Commission on Opportunities in Athletics 
to review the status of Federal Title IX regulations. She 
recently served as the chair of the Atlantic Coast Conference 
Committee on Television. The committee is charged with 
overseeing the league's TV contracts and dealing with 
issues related to television. Yow led the committee during 
the successful renegotiation of comprehensive, multi-year 
ACC football and basketball contracts with ABC, ESPN, 
ESPN2 and syndication entities. 

Additionally, she has represented intercollegiate 
athletics with presentations in a number of prominent 
settings such as the Harvard University School of 
Law conference on "Shaping the Future of Collegiate 
Athletics" and the Street and Smith's Sports Business 
Journal "National Forum on the Direction of Intercollegiate 
Athletics. " She was also recently inducted into the State of 
Maryland Women's Hall of Fame. 

Yow, who has served on the NCAA Management 
Council and the NCAA Division I Budget Committee, is 
a strong and steady voice on behalf of intercollegiate 
athletics in America. 



IN DECEMBER OF 2004, DEBORAH A. YOW WAS NAMED ONE 

OF THE MOST INFLUENTIAL PEOPLE IN COLLEGE ATHLETICS BY 

STREET & SMITH'S SPORTS BUSINESS JOURNAL 



Since taking over as AD at Maryland in 1994, she 
and her staff have: 

Transformed Terrapin athletics into a responsive, 

goal-oriented organization. 

Balanced all 11 of the department's annual budgets 

(the first balanced budgets in the 10 years prior to 

her arrival). The budget has now reached $53 million 

annually and the multi-million dollar accumulated 

operating debt which her administration inherited 

has been eradicated. 

Greatly enhanced the academic support services 

provided for student-athletes, with an enviable 

exhausted eligibility graduation rate of approximately 

85 percent for student athletes at Maryland. 

Led the Terrapins to a national all-sports ranking 

in the upper seven percent of all NCAA Division I 

institutions. 

Significantly expanded marketing and fund-raising 

efforts on behalf of Ten-apin athletics. As a result, 

private gifts to athletics have increased over 350% 

and corporate sponsorship revenues have increased 

by over 300 percent during her tenure at Maryland. 

Continued to dramatically improve venues and 

facilities for the department's 27 teams. The Comcast 

Center for men's and women's basketball and other 

sports that use the facility is a prime example of the 

dramatic upgrade of athletic facilities. 

Implemented a strategic management model. 

Developed a comprehensive Internet strategy 

with management, marketing and fund-raising 

applications. 

Significantly improved customer care in every area of 

Maryland athletics. 




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The most recent achievements of Maryland athletics 
exceptional: 
Maryland was selected by U.S. News & World Report 
as one of the Top 20 athletic programs In the nation 
(for overall quality and competitive excellence). 
In mens basketball, the Terps won the Atlantic Coast 
Conference title over Duke in the championship game 
in 2004 and won the NCAA National Championship 
in 2002, Under Coach Gary Williams, the men's 
basketball team has appeared in 11 of the last 12 
NCAA Tournaments, one of only six schools to do 
so. 

Women's basketball also won its way to the NCAA 
Tournament in 2004 and 2005, advancing to the 
second round. 

In football, the Terps won the 2001 Atlantic Coast 
Conference championship and played in the 2002 
Orange Bowl, followed that with an 11 -win season 
and a 30-3 victory over the University of 
Tennessee in the Peach Bowl, again followed 
by a 10-win season and a 41-7 win over 
West Virginia in the Gator Bowl on New 
Year's Day 2004. 

Additionally. Maryland is one of only 
six universities to win a National 
Championship in both basketball and 
football (UCLA, Michigan, Michigan State, 
Syracuse. Ohio State and Maryland). 
Maryland was ranked as the sixth-finest 
athletic program in the nation by the Laboratory 
for the Study of Intercollegiate Athletics in 2004. 
based on comprehensive cntena such as graduation 
rates, financial efficiency, equity effectiveness and 
competitive excellence. 

Hired the Associated Press National Coach of the 
Year, Brenda Frese. as the new women's basketball 
coach. In her third season at the helm, her team 
drew more than 17,243 to a regular-season game 
and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. 
Hired Dave Cottle, the third-winningest active men's 
lacrosse coach in the U.S.. who guided his team to 
the NCAA Final Four in his second year. 
Field Hockey played for the National Championship 
in 2001 and continues to be a Final Four team. 
Women's Lacrosse has continued its winning ways 
with seven national championships from 1995-2001. 
with additional Final Four appearances. 
Football facilities have been significantly enhanced 
with team house, stadium and practice field upgrades. 
The Academic Center was the first improvement, as 
it took pnonty over all other initiatives. 
The TenBpins have moved into the new Si 25 million 
Comcast Center, housing athletic deparlment offices 
and seating for 18.000 fans for basketball and other 
events. 

In 2004-05. 13 Maryland teams competed in NCAA 
postseason play. 

The productivity, morale, and the competitive and 
academic achievement of Terrapin athletics are 
exceptional and continue to gain momentum. 




Debbie Yow is in her 12tl^ year as Maryland's athletics director 



Dr. Yow wth Boomer Esiason (left) 
and Bonnie Bernstein (center). 



Regarding the many achievements of Terrapin 
athletics over the past 11 years. Yow says, "We are 
pleased, but we are not satisfied... our vision is to be 
one of the Top 5 programs in the nation consistently... 
we see no reason to settle for less. " 

Yow IS known for her goal-onented and proactive 
management style. She consistently inspires and 
challenges those around her to "raise our sights and 
sharpen our tools... to work hard and smart... to 
recognize that our only limitations are those that we 
place upon ourselves." 

As a manager and a leader, she clearfy models 
these pnnciples. She is the only known current AD in 
NCAA Division I who has hired both the National Coach 
of the Year in football (while at Maryland) and the National 
Coach of the Year in men's basketball (while at Saint Louis 
University). Yow is known as "a coach's AD." while also 
being highly organized and a strategic and proactive leader 
and administrator Quite simply Debbie Yow personifies the 
relational and management dynamics that are necessary to 
be an excellent administrator. 

A successful fonner basketball coach at the 
University of Kentucky and University of Florida, she moved 
into athletics administration at the University of Florida and 
the University of North Carolina. Greensboro, followed by 
a successful tenure as AD at Saint Louis University from 
1990 through 1994. 

She has authored numerous articles and books 
on athletics management and human behavior, and is a 
respected leader in intercollegiate athletics in the United 
States. 



Reflecting on the status of the Ten-apin football 
program, Maryland's Director of Athletics points out. 
'Our 2001 ACC Championship and three consecutive 
major bowls are an important part of our emergence as 
a preeminent national football program. Our football 
coaches care greatly about their players and their 
welfare. They emphasize the importance of going to class, 
being good students and getting their college degree. 
Parents of our football players understand that these young 
men are in good hands with this wonderful staff of coaches. 
Our young men in Terrapin football have a full range of 
support in training, academics and career guidance from 
our coaches and staff of canng specialists We are winning 
in the classroom and on the football field' 

Summing up the entire Maryland athletics program, 
our athletics director recently stated. "We have the finest 
student-athletes, coaches, support staff and administrative 
team in America. It is because of their courage, hard wori< 
and cooperative spirit that we now have a strong, viable 
athletic program. I am immensely proud of each of them. I 
am equally proud of our Ten'apin fans who buy tickets, our 
Terrapin Club members who faithfully support the Maryland 
athletic program with their donations for scholarships, and 
the M Club members who serve and give liberally. We are 
also blessed with a tenific President, Dr. Dan Mote, who 
has fostered a mindset of excellence across our institution. 
He is a strong and balanced advocate for what he calls 
'the three As of the University - Academics, the Arts and 
Athletics'. We have a great Terrapin family. Thafs the 
foundation for all of our success... and the basis for our 
bright future. It's a great time to be a Ten?.' 




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ACADEMIC SUPPORT & 
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The University of Maryland is committed to providing the highest quality education 
to all of its students. The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics strives to provide student- 
athletes excellent opportunities to participate in an intercollegiate athletics program of the 
highest quality, with the result that their athletics participation becomes an integral and 
valued component of their total educational experience at the university. 

Terrapin student-athletes will find 
that the same hard worl( and discipline 
that has earned them success in 
athletics competition is also required in 
the classroom. Balancing the significant 
time demands and responsibilities 
required to be a successful student- 
athlete at the highest collegiate level 
is no small tasl<. Therefore, as a result 
of their commitment to representing the 
university through athletics, Terrapin 
student-athletes are able to utilize 
support programs designed to meet 
their specific needs. 

Led by assistant athletics director 
Anton Goff, the mission of the Academic 

Support and Career Development Unit (ASCDU) is to provide quality developmental 
programs and need-based services that will enhance academic progress, facilitate career 
development, and encourage the psychosocial growth of all UM student-athletes. 

The Gossett Academic Support and Career Development Center for Terrapin 
student-athletes, named for long-time Terp supporters Barry and Mary Gossett, is located 
in the Comcast Center. It features a study center that includes 25 desktop computers, a 
tutoring center, a classroom, a CHAMPS/Life Skills resource room and individual offices 
for six professional academic counselors, a director of enrichment programs, an assistant 
program coordinator and two graduate assistants. In addition, a new academic wing was 
added to the Gossett football team house last Fall. It features offices for two counselors, 
a program assistant and the learning specialist; as well as a quiet study area, 29-desk 
computer lab, classroom, tutor rooms and classroom/lab for the individualized learning 
program. 

Academic courses, programs and services offered by ASCDU include the 
following: 

• Student-athlete onentation 

• Academic counseling 

• NCAA academic eligibility monitoring 

• Academic enrichment and career development presentations and workshops 

• Accredited tutorial support 

• Individualized learning program 

• EDCP 108-K (College learning strategies and skills) 

• EDCP 108-M (Math learning strategies and skills) 

• UNIV 100 (First-year transitions to the university) 



Maryland Gameplan 

The Maryland Gameplan is intended to assist 
graduating Terrapin student-athletes as they begin 
the job search process. It is distributed to more than 
500 corporations and businesses across the country, 
in addition to being featured on the M Club website. 
Prospective employers are introduced to our graduating 
student-athletes with resume information relative to 
academic, career and personal achievements. The 
Maryland Gameplan directory is produced annually in 
collaboration with the M Club. 



Career Networking Night 

Because career development is an ongoing process, ASCDU provides a variety of 
programs for student-athletes throughout the year Professional assistance with resume- 
writing, interviewing skills, graduate school search and job search is readily available to 

all student-athletes. During the spring 
semester ASCDU hosts the Career 
Networking Night, where student- 
athletes can learn about career 
interests and career planning. Unlike 
typical "job fairs," the purpose of this 
program is to allow student-athletes to 
explore multiple career opportunities by 
speaking directly to individuals in their 
chosen areas of interest. Employers at 
the Career Networking Night recognize 
the marketable qualities student- 
athletes have gained through athletic 
participation. Student-athletes learn 
about opportunities for internships and 
full-time jobs. 





Student-Athlete Advisory Council 

The Student-Athlete Advisory Council 
(S.A.A.C.) plays an important role in the 
Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. It 
consists of two representatives from each 
varsity sport and meets on a regular basis 
with representatives from the athletic 
administration. The S.A.A.C. mission is to 
enhance the total student-athlete experience 
by developing leadership skills, promoting 
student-athlete welfare and fostering a 
positive student-athlete image on the 
Maryland campus, local area and nationally 



CHAMPS/Life Skills Programs 

ASCDU houses the NCAA's (National 
Collegiate Athletic Association) Challenging 
Athletes' Minds for Personal Success 
(CHAMPS.) Life Skills Program. The 
ASCDU staff, in collaboration with various 
other Department of Intercollegiate Athletics' 
units and campus resources, strives to provide 
a systematic personal development program 
designed to reach each student-athlete based 
on his or her individual needs. The focus of 
the program is on the individual academically, 
athletically and emotionally and on the changing 
needs and skills of that individual in the years 
dunng college and after graduation. The menu 
of presentations, workshops and seminars is 
a comprehensive and balanced system of "life 
learning" programs promoted for use by each 
varsity sport team. 



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Highlights of the CHAMPS/Life Skills Programs: 

• Support efforts of every student-athlete toward 
intellectual development and graduation 

• Use athletics as preparation for success in life 

• Meet the changing needs of student-athletes 

• Promote respect for diversity among student-athletes 

• Enhance interpersonal relationships in the lives of 
student-athletes 

• Assist student-athletes in building positive self-esteem 

• Enable student-athletes to make meaningful 
conthbutions to their communities 

• Promote ownership by the student-athletes of their 
academic, athletic, personal and social responsibilities 

• Enhance partnerships between the NCAA, member 
institutions and their communities for the purpose of 
education 

• Encourage the development of leadership skills 

CHAMPS/Life Skills 
Programs Commitment 
Statements 

Commitment to Academic Excellence To support 
the academic progress of the student-athlete toward 
intellectual development and graduation. 

Commitment to Athletic Excellence To build 
philosophical foundations for the development of athletic 
programs that are broad-based, equitable and dedicated to 
the well-being of the student-athlete 

Commitment to Personal Development To support 
the development of a well-balanced lifestyle for student- 
altileles, encouraging emotional well-being, personal 
growth and decision-making skills. 

Commitment to Career Development To 
encourage the student-athlete to develop and pursue 
career and life goals 

Commitment to Service To engage student- 
athletes in service to his/her campus and surrounding 
communities. 

Academic Support For 
Returning Athletes Program 

The Academic Support for Returning Athletes 
Program was aeated in 1986 to support the academic 
efforts of fonner varsity student-athletes at the University 
of Maryland. College Park. In 1989. ASf^P was assigned 
by the President's Office to the Academic Achievements 
Program and enrolled 40 students that year As a member 
of the National Consortium for Academics and Sports 
(NCAS). the University of Maryland is committed to 
assisting its former athletes with degree completion. A key 
component of the program is community outreach. Each 
returning student completes a workship' that allows the 
cost of tuition and fees to be exchanged for community 
services with youth. In 2002. ASfRAP moved into the 
ASCDU. 



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COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND 
NATURAL RESOURCES (AGNR) 

Agricultural and Resource Economics 

Agncullural Sciences, General 

Animal and Avian Saences 

Biologicjl Resources Engineenng 

Environmenlal Science and Policy 

Landscape A/cfiiledure 

Nalural Resources ManagemenI _ 

Nalural Resource Saences 

Nulnlion and Food Sciences 

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE. 
PLANNING. AND PRESERVATION (ARCH) 

Arcnileclure 

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND 
HUMANITIES (ARHU) 

Amencan Studies 
Studio Art 


UATE PROGRA 

ROBERT H SMITH SCHOOL OF 
BUSINESS (BMGT) 


iMS OF STUDY 

Phy 

PHILIP MERRILL COLLEGE OF 
JOURNALISM (JOUR) 

Journalism 

COLLEGE OF LIFE SCIENCES (LFSC) 

Biochemistry 


Accounting 

beasion and Inlomnation technologies 

Finance 

General Business and Management 

Logistics. Transponalion. and Supply 

Cham Management 

Mahtetjng 


Operations and Quality Management 

COLLEGE Of COMPUTER, MATHEMATICAL. 
AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES (CMPS) 

Astronomy 

Computer Engineenng 

Computer Science 

Enwronmental Science and Policy 

Geology 

Mathematics 

Physical Saences 

Physics 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (EDUC) 

Early Childhood Education 
Elementary Education 
Secondary Education 


Biological Saences 


Chemistry 


Environmenlal Science and Policy 
Microbiology 


UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES (UGST) 


Civiojs 

College Pai ■ • 

Division o' .'- 

Gemstone 

Individual Studies Progran- 

\m and Heallh Professions 

Pre-Dcntai Hygiene 

Pre-Dentistry 

Pre-Law 

Pfe-Biomedicai Sen.- 

and Medical Technoiogj 

Pre-Medicine 

Pre-Nursing 

Pte-Occupational Therapy 

Pre-Oplometry 

PreOsteopathicMeifdne 

PiE-Phamiacy 

Pie-Physical Therapy 


Art History and Archaeology 


Asian and East European 


Lanquaqes and Cultures 


Central European. Russian, and Eurasian 

Studies 

Classics 

Communication 
Comparative Literature 
Dance 


Special Education 
Art 


English 


Enqlish Language and Literature 


Foreign Language 

Mathematics 

Science 


French and Italian Languages 


and Literatures 


Germanic Studies 
History 
Jewish Studies 


Social Studies 
Speech and English 
Theatre and English 


Pre-Physioan Assistant 
Pre-Podiatnc Medicine 
Pre-Velerinary Medicine 
University Honors Program 


Linguistics 

MusicMusic Performance/ 


A. JAMES CLARK SCHOOL OF 
ENGINEERING (ENGR) 


Music Education 


Philosophy 


Aerospace Engineenng 


CAMPUS-WIDE CERTIFICATES 
Air Force Aerospace Studies 
AraiyROTC 

African American Studies 
Asian-American Studies 
East Asian Studies 
International Aqnculture and 
Natural Resounies 
Lalm-American Studies 
Lesbian. Gay, Bi-Sexual and 
Transqender Studies 
Science. Technology, and Society 


Romance Languages 


Biological Resources Engineering 


Spanish and Portugese Languages 
and Literatures 


Chemical Engineenng 


Civil and Environmental Engineenng 
Computer Engineering 
Electrical Engineenng 
Engineering (B S in) 
Fire Protection Enqmeerinq 
Matenais Saence and Engineering 
Mechanical Engineenng 


Theatre 


Women's Studies 


COLLEGE OF BEHAVIORAL AND 
SOCIAL SCIENCES (BSOS) 


Afncan Amencan Studies 


Anthropology 


COMBINED PROGRAMS 


Cnminology and Criminal Justice 


Economics 

Environmental Soence and Policy 

Geography 


Arts ■ DenKlr-f 


Arts -La* 


Biochemistry /Pharmacy 


MULTI-COLLEGE PROGRAMS 

Computer Engineering (CMPS. ENGR) 
Environmental Science and Policy (AGNR, 
BSOS CMPS. LFSC) 


Government and Politics 


Animal ScienceiVetennary Medicine 


Heanng and Speech Sciences 

Psychology 

Soaology 


COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND HUMAN 
PERFORMANCE |HLHP) 

Family Studies 







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Assistant AD 



Heather Arianna 

Assoc Director 



Don Pearman Laura Mecldey 

Assoc. Director Academic Counselor Academ 



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Natasha Criss 

Acadenic Counselor 



Dahlia Levin 

Learning Specialist 



Sharon Staples 

Prograr Coordinator 



Brian Vitagliano 

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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING 



In today's highly competitive world of collegiate 
football, the off-field preparation of the student-athlete is a 
critical component to the on-field success of any Division I 
program. Dwight Gait, Maryland's director of strength and 
conditioning, believes strongly that a solid off-field training 
program can dramatically improve levels of performance, 
as w/ell as significantly reduce the chance of injury. The 
benefit of performing structured strength and power training 
throughout the entire year has allowed the Terps to reach 
new levels in physical development. 

At the University of Maryland, the maximal 
development of athleticism is the primary goal of the 
strength and conditioning program. To accomplish this 
requires more than just strength and power training in 
the weight room. Speed improvement, agility flexibility 
conditioning, plyometrics and nutrition also play critical 
roles. The Terps' strength staff places substantial emphasis 
on all these areas, with special attention to the improvement 
of speed potential. Gall and his staff employ a wide range 
of state-of-the-art training methods to assist in enhancing 
all aspects of speed development. 

The Terrapins are fortunate to train in one of the 
premier weight training facilities in the country. Conveniently 
located in the Gossett Football Team House, this facility has 



excellent aesthetic appeal, with two magnificent skylights 
and large windows overlooking the playing field at Byrd 
Stadium. The Terps' spacious weight room includes 7,200 
square feet of functional floor space, with two elevated 
offices that are easily accessible to the training floor. 

Maryland football players train with some of 
the best equipment available, including 20,000 
pounds of customized York free weights 
seven pieces of Keiser progressive air 
resistance machines, and a full line 
of Hammer strength equipment. 
The weight complex also features 
immense, self-contained power 
rack stations, Olympic lifting 
platforms with Eleiko bumper 
plates and 10 upper body 
pressing stations. 

A meaningful goal of 
every Terrapin football player is 
achievement of the prestigious 
"Iron Terp" award, which is 
recognized twice a year to those 
team members who achieve 
extremely challenging strength goals. 



based on body weight. It is a great honor and matter of 
pride to earn an "Iron Terp" award, and the Terps must "pay 
the toll" to accomplish this. 





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SPORTS MEDICINE 



The University of Maryland Department of 
Intercollegiate Attiletics and ttie University of Maryland 
Medical Center's Sports Medicine program have joined 
forces to provide the best possible medical attention and 
care to all Terrapin student-athletes. 

Says Deborah A, Yow, Maryland's director of athletics; 
"When we recruit student-athletes to play for Maryland, we 
owe them the best education, the best coaching and the 
best comprehensive health care. It is especially gratifying 
for us to partner with our medical center in the same fashion 
as other ACC institutions do with their medical schools, " 

DARRYL CONWAY 

Assistant AD/Sports 

Medicine 

Delaware '93 




Second Year at 
Maryland 

Danyl Conway was hired in 
June 2004 as Maryland's assistant 
athletics director for sports medicine after spending 
three years as the head athletic trainer at the University 
of Central Flonda. Conway will oversee all medical and 
athletic training operations for the Terrapins' 27 varsity 
athletic programs, 

Conway, who has been an athletic trainer at both the 
collegiate and professional levels, comes to the Terrapins 
after serving as head athletic trainer at the University 
of Central Florida for three years. There he was the 
head trainer for the Golden Knight football squad, while 
supervising the assistant trainers, graduate assistants 
and student assistants who provide training coverage of 
Central Flondas 17 varsity sports. At UCR Conway was 
responsible for overseeing the compilation and input of 
daily medical records, the computerized injury surveillance 
program and the NCAA injury surveillance system. He 
served as a clinical instmctor/field expenence supervisor 
for athletic training students, assisted in the development 
of marketing and fundraising projects for the sports 
medicine department and served as the site coordinator for 
the NCAA drug testing program at UCR 

Pnor to his position at Central Florida, Conway 
served as the Director of Sports Medicine at the University 
of Northern Iowa, worthing as the head trainer for the 
Panthers' football and men's basketball teams from 1999 
to 2001 . He was the head athletic trainer at Morgan State 
University in Baltimore for one season and was an assistant 
trainer and professor at Delaware, his alma mater, for two 
years. From 1 993 to 1 996, Conway was an assistant trainer 
with the NFL's New York Jets, 

Conway earned a bachelor's degree in physical 
education studies, magna cum laude, from the University 
of Delaware in 1993, before receiving a master's degree in 
physical education and a certificate in sports management 
from Adelphi University two years later, 

Conway has taught numefcus collegiate courses 
related to athletic training, has made numerous 
presentations and has co-authored several scholarly 




publications and book chapters. He has been a member 
of the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) 
since 1989, and is also a member of the United States 
Weightlifting Federation, 

Conway and his wife, Tracy, have a son, Michael. 

CRAIG BENNETT, 
M.D. 

Head Team 
Physician/ 

Orthopaedic Surgeon 
Second Year 

Craig H Bennett, M.D.. is in 
his second season as the head team 
physician and orthopaedic surgeon 
for Maryland. Dr. Bennett is the Chief of Orthopaedic Sports 
Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine 
and has also served as the head orthopaedic surgeon for the 
NFL's Baltimore Ravens. Prior to his amval at Maryland, Dr 
Bennett was at the University of Pittsburgh where he served 
as an assistant professor of orthopaedics, as a team physician 
for Pittsburgh's athletic department and as the associate team 
physician for the Pittsburgh Steelers, 

A native of Buffalo, NY, Dr. Bennett graduated with 
honors from Brown University in 1985. He earned his medical 
degree from the University of California at San Francisco and 
completed his residency in orthopaedic surgery at Emory 
University in Atlanta. Georgia He then completed a sports 
medicine-knee and shoulder fellowship at the University of 
Pittsburgh and subsequently stayed on staff at Pittsburgh for 
five years. While at Pittsburgh, he also served as the team 
physician for the men's basketball team. 

Dr. Bennett was selected to the American 
Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Leadership Fellows 
Program in 2003-04 and Towson University honored him as 
their Afncan-Amencan Scholar of the Year in 2004. He is a 
board certified member of the Amencan Board of Orthopaedic 
Surgery and a member of the NFL Team Physicians 
Association 

YVETTE 
ROOKS, M.D. 

Primary Care 
Physician 




Eighth YeajL 



Dr. Yvette Rooks is in her eighth 
year as a primary care physician 
for Maryland's athletics programs. 
Dr. Rooks graduated from Update 
Medical School/Health Science Center in Syracuse, N.Y, 
in 1993. She completed her residency in family medicine 
and a sports medicine fellowship at the University of 
Maryland, Baltimore, and is cun-ently an assistant professor 
in the Department of Family Mediane at the University of 
Maryland School of Medicine, 

In addition. Rooks the Residency Program Director 
in the Department of Family Medicine at University of 



Maryland Medical School. She also sen/es as the Director 
of the Pnmary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship. 

Rooks graduated with honors from the State 
University of New York at Albany where she was a four-year 
starter on the volleyball team. She currently lives In Ellicott 
City, Md., and has an eight-year old daughter, Madison. 



Athletic Training Staff 




Darryl Conway 

Assistant AD/ 
Sports (Medicine 



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Head Trainer 






Matt Charvat 
Associate Head Trainer 




J J Bush 
Assistant lo A.O 





Deanna Bennett 

Assistant Athletic Trainer 



Terrence Gee 

Assistant Attiletic Trainer 



Student Health Center 

Dr Sacareo Bodison and Dr Stepnen Faney are 
full-time University Health Center physiaans who specialize 
in sports mediane, Dr Bodison is the assistant director for 
medical senflces at the Health Center and has t)een involved 
with the care of student-athletes since 1982, Dr. Fahey is an 
emergency physiaan who is in his 16th year working with the 
Tenapins. Both doctors are available to treat student-athletes 
daily on an as-needed basis in the Hea'th Center 





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ATHLETIC DEVELOPMENT 



Terrapin Club 

Athletic excellence is a tradition at the University of 
Maryland— a tradition alumni and friends alike want to see continue 
and flourish. That's why we are inviting you to be a member of the 
Maryland Athletics Family by joining the Terrapin Club Whether you 
are an alumnus of the University of Maryland or a friend interested 
in supporting the stale's flagship campus, belonging to the Terrapin 
Club enables you to: 

Provide annual scholarship support for our student-athletes 

who will contribute to the community 

Share our vision to fully scholarship all sports to best 

represent the University 

Take pride in the achievement of athletic excellence 

Participate in the camaraderie and fellowship unique to 

Terrapin Club members 

Receive a tax deduction for your financial contribution for 

scholarships 

Enjoy access to great benefits including priority sealing 

in Byrd Stadium for football and Comcast Center for 

basketball, priority parking and tickets to other events 

At Maryland, the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics 
operates without significant University funding and receives no 
state appropnalions or tax dollars for operational expenses. 
Sanctioned by the University of Maryland College Park 
Foundation, 100% of the funds raised through the Ten-apin Club 
are managed by the Foundation for the exclusive use of Maryland 
Athletics, Your contnbution directly supports an annual student- 
athlete scholarship cost of over $8 million and Terrapin Club and 
department expenses. The Terrapin Club provides scholarship 
support to many of the 700 student-athletes who compete on 27 
varsity team representing the University of Maryland, 

Getting Involved 

Direct Gifts are the most common way of contributing. 
They are made in the form of cash, stock, checks or credit card 



(Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover), For your 
convenience, a personal checking account can be debited a set 
amount every month 

In many cases, corporate matching gifts may be used 
to make your Terrapin Club contribution. Please contact your 
employer to see if you are eligible for a matching gift program. 

Contribution Levels 

Recent Graduate $25 (year 1 after graduation) 

Rece nt Graduate $75 (year 2 after graduation) 



Bronze 



$50 



Silver 



$125-$249 



Silver 250 



$250-$599 



Gold 



$600-$1,199 



Diamondback 



$1,200-$1,999 



Super Terrapin 



$2,000-34,999 



Coaches Club 



$5,000-$9,999 



Top Terp 



$10,000 and More 



Board of Directors 

Presi dent: Larry Grabenstein 72 



Vice President: John Alahouzos '71 



Secretary/Treasurer: Mary P ratt-Henaqhan '02 



Past President: Deborah Potter '87, '90 



Bob Baker '66; Chuck Carr '85: Rick Furiouqh; 



Stan Goldstein '68; Richard Greenberg '77; Barbara Hartjey;_ 
Alan Horowitz '81: S Bruce Jaffe '77, Rick Jaklitsch '8 0, '83; 

Alan Jefferson: Dan Komck '68; Deborah Lawrence '76; 

Ben McCarler, Karel Petraitis ;67, Karabelle Pizzigali, 

J^R Randels: Rosalie Reggetz; Cecelia Speake '73; 

James D StaHings'72 




301-314-7020 

800-653-7667 

terrapinclub.com 



The M Club 

An 82-Year Tradition off "Athletes Helping Athletes"^"" 

The M Club was founded in 1923 by a group of former University of 
Maryland athletes led by Dr, H,C, "Curiey" Byrd to encourage excellence in 
athletics. It is one of the oldest and most respected lettera/inner clubs in 
the country with an organization of more than 4,500 former Maryland varsity 
athletes and a leader in the National Letter Winners Association, 

The M Club goals are to help achieve the very best overall academic 
and athletic program for all the varsity teams, to aid the athletes in making 
positive contributions to the community to obtain and maintain funds for 
awards and scholarships and to cultivate networking, social contact and 
good sportsmanship among the wearers of the "M, " 

Membership participation, through the payment of annual dues, helps 
build the scholarship endowment fund, support student-athletes' awards and 
recognition efforts and provide for career development initiatives. Members 
receive information about the current teams and news about former 
teammates through a monthly electronic newsletter and a quarterly printed 
newsletter. 

In addition, active members receive information about, and discounts 
for, vanous M Club activities. Many benefits are intangible, though, including 
the satisfaction of having lettered at a great university and being a part of a unique and exclusive organization. 

University of Maryland letterwinners interested in the M Club should call David Diehl at (301 ) 314-5372 or Dotti Warren at 
(301) 314-7020, or visit our website at www themclub org. 

Remember the IVI Club, "Athletes Helping Athletes." 



M Club Executive Co mmittee 

Gerald Bechlle, President 

Chris Rimonn,President-Elect 

HelenaBragg^ice President 

Dan D'Armas, Assistant Se cretary 

Marshall Fesche, Treasurer 

Phil Calder, Assistant Treasurer 

Al Naylor, Immediate Past President 

Lisa Gibson, Executive Committee 

Steve Hayleck, Executive Committee 

Bryan Borda, Executive Committee 

John Lamon, Executive Committee 

Laura LeMire, Executive Committee 

Jack Heise, Legal Advisor 

David Diehl, Executive Director 




Major Gifts 
Fundraising 

The University of Maryland is about to launch 
its largest fund-raising campaign ever in our quest 
to be one of the top public research universities 
in the nation. The Department of Intercollegiate 
Athletics will have a challenging, major goal for 
private donations to the campaign. We are seeking 
gifts to improve our athletic facilites and endow 
scholarships for student-athletes to a level that 
matches the university's great expectations for the 
future. 

During this new campaign, the Athletics Major 
Gifts staff will raise money for capital improvements 
to our football facilities. Varsity Team House, 
Ludwig Field, Shipley Field and others that will 
benefit our entire athletics program. Ua\or gifts for 
facility renovation and scholarship endowment are 
an opportunity to have your name permanently and 
prominently linked with the tradition of Maryland 
Athletics. Many exciting naming opportunities for 
athletic facilities (such as Field Hockey/Women's 
Lacrosse Stadium and the Softball Stadium) are 
available in recognition of major gifts. 

To obtain information on facility naming 
opportunities or endowments for student-athlete 
scholarships, please contact the Athletics Major 
Gifts Office at (301) 314-7020, or toll-free at 800- 
653-7667, or by e-mail at terrapinclub@umd edu 



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TERPS ON THE RADIO 



All of Maryland's games will be broadcast live on 
the Terrapin Sports Radio Network, which boasts one of 
the strongest coverage areas in college sports. Terrapin 
Sports Marketing, a division of Viacom Sports, manages 
the Terrapin Sports Radio Network. In it's fourth year as 
the multi-media marketing rights partner for University of 
Maryland Athletics. Terrapin Sports Marketing has built 
a stronger network that provides coverage in Maryland, 
Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, New 
Jersey and Washington DC, 

Live 105,7 FM (WHFS) and ESPN Radio 1300 
AM (WJFK-AM) in Baltimore sen/e as network's flagship 
stations, with many more affiliates across the state picking 
up the games. 

Maryland's broadcasts will be accessible on the 
Internet via the Terps official athletics website, 
wwwumterpscom, 

JOHNNY 
HOLLIDAY 






Play-by-Play 
Announc er 
27th Year 



^ " -^ Johnny Holliday, now in his 

B -f*^^^ 27th year as "Voice of the Terps.' is 
^— ^S^-^^B considered one of the finest play- 
by-play announcers in the country. 
Entering this season, he will have broadcast over 1 ,050 
Maryland football and basketball games, including nine 
bowl games. 10 NCAA Sweet 16s. two Final Fours and the 
Terps' dramatic njn to the national championship in 2002, 
In addition to his exploits calling Ten-apin contests. 
Holliday also hosts the Ralph Fnedgen and Gary Williams 
Television and Radio Shows as well as a myriad of other 
athletics department speaking engagements. 

Now in his 25th year with ABC Sports Radio and heard 

.; nationwide weekday mornings. Holliday's experiences in 

' entertainment are as notable as those in sports. He was a 

|! long-time disc jockey in Cleveland, Ohio, once named the 

nation's premier DJ. He has had leading roles as an actor 

I in musicals worthing the summer stock and dinner theatre 

|i circuit in shows such as The Music Man. 42nd Street and 

I Bye Bye Birdie to name a few. In addition, he penned an 

^ autobiography in 2002, From Rock to Jocl<. which details 

'•' his nse to one of the nation's most recognizable voices. 

In the sports field, his credits include anchonng the 

radio coverage of every summer and winter Olymics since 

1984 for ABC. major golf tournaments, the Onoles. Bullets. 

Wizards and Washington Senators to name a few. 

A Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee (2003 1. 
Holliday earned a Distinguished Service Award from the 
Atlantic Coast Conference for his pioneering wori( in the 
league's broadcasts of women's basketball. He has also 
been named one of the top 1 6 radiaannouncers for college 
basketball by ESPN personality Dick Vitale. And when 
Washingtonian Magazine named him one of their annual 
Washingtonians of the Year, it was not just because of his 




The Terrapin Radio Nefwork crew (left to right):Johnny Holliday, Tom 
Marchitto, Steve Rear, Ralph Friedgen. Brett Bessell and Tim Strachan. 



voice, Holliday has helped raise in excess of SI. 5 million 
for charity with his basketball and softball teams as well as 
spent countless hours working with the Special Olympics. 
March of Dimes, the Catholic Charities, Operation Smile 
and Victory Youth Center to name a few. In 1998, he 
was honored by the Greater Washington. DC. chapter of 
Operation Smile with the "Smile Award" recognizing his 
service while in 1995 he earned Maryland's own M Club 
Distinguished Citizen Award. 

A native of Miami. Fla., Holliday began his 
broadcasting career in Perry. Ga.. and has worked in 
some of the nation's premier markets - Cleveland, New 
York, San Francisco and Washington. He and his wife. 
Mary Clare, are the proud parents of three daughters 
and grandparents seven children. His daughter Kellie is 
a physician who resides in Bel Air. Md.. with her husband 
and fellow-physician. Steve; Tracie is a neonatal nurse 
at Shady Grove Hospital who resides in Potomac with 
husband Chns, an attorney: and Moira who is a freelance 
TV producer and resides with her husband. Bob, who is an 
account executive with the Lending Group, in Jacksonville. 
Fla 

JONATHAN 
CLAIBORNE 



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Sixth Year 




Former Terrapin standout 
Jonathan Claiborne is in his sixth 
season as the color analyst on 
Maryland's radio broadcast team. 
Claibome. who lettered from 1975- 
77 as a safety, is the son of former 
Terp head coach Jerry Claibome, who was inducted into 
the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame in 
1 999 after a 28-year career as head coach at Virginia Tech, 
Maryland and Kentucky. 

Originally a walk-on at Maryland in the mk)-'70s, 
Jonathan Claibome eventually worf(ed his way into a first- 



stnng safety position and earned a scholarship. He was 
a two-year starter and played on three bowl teams. The 
Terps were 28-7-1 during his varsity playing career. 

Claiborne, who is now a practicing attorney In the 
Baltimore area for the firm Whiteford. Taylor and Preston, 
excelled on and off the field while playing with the Ten'apins 
He was a two-time AII-ACC Academic selection and a 1 977 
CoSIDA Academic All-Amencan. He also was the recipient 
of a NCAA Post-graduate Scholarship in addition to earning 
a fellowship from the National Football Foundation and Hall 
of Fame. Claiborne earned a double degree at Maryland 
(history and accounting) with a cumulative GPA of 3.57. He 
was a two-time winner of the George C. Cook Award (given 
to the Terp varsity football player with the highest grade 
point average) and also won the Talbot T Speer Award for 
leadership, scholarship and athletic ability. 

Claiborne previously spent four years as a color 
analyst on Towson Tiger football radio broadcasts. 

TIM STRACHAN 

Sidelin e Reporter 
1 0th Year 

Fomier DeMatha standout Tim 

Strachan is in his 10th season as 

the sideline reporter on Maryland's 

football broadcasts. Strachan, a 1999 

raduate of the University of Maryland 

with a degree in communication, was 

a student assistant coach with the Terps from 1996-99. He 

graduated from Georgetown University Law Center in the 

spnng of 2004. 

Strachan, who was paralyzed in a swimming 
accident before his senior year of high school, launched 
T13 Charities — A Foundation for Spinal Cord Injuries as 
a way to benefit others with spinal cord injuries. He is a 
professional motivational speaker and also is a freelance 
reporter for the Ralph Friedgen and Gary Williams coaches' 
television shows. He was named the 1999 Washingtonian 
of the Year by Washingtonian magazine. 



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Football Contact Info 

Greg Creese (primary contact) 

Assistant Director, Attilelic Media Relations 

Doug Dull 

Associate Attiletics Director/ 
Athletic Media Relations 

Mike Gerton 

staff Assistant 

IVIailing Address 

University of Maryland: Athletic Media Relations 
2725 Comcast Center; Ten'apin Trail 
College Park. MD 20741-0295 

Important Telephone Numbers 
(301) 314-7064 - Media Relations Office 
(301) 314-9094 - Media Relations Fax 
(301) 405-7810 - Byrd Stadium Press Box 
(301) 314-7095 -Football Office 
Athletics Web Site — wwwumterps.com 



Credentials 

Credentials and working space for media members are issued 
at the sole and exclusive discretion of the University of Maryland 
Athletics Media Relations Office, Issuance of credentials may be 
based on the following pnonties and guidelines: 
1, Originating radio and television personnel involved in a live 

broadcast, 
2 Daily newspapers regularly covenng the University of 

Maryland, the current-game opponent or another Atlantic 

Coast Conference school. Wire sen/ices, regional and national 

publications are also afforded this pnonty, 

3, Non-onginating radio and television personnel producing 
reports on the game. Only local radio stations with a full-time 
sports director conducting a regular sports show receive 
consideration for credentials, 

4, Officially recognized University of Maryland daily student 
publications or student electronic media outlets with daily 
sports reports, 

5 Non-daily newspapers or publications reporting on the game. 

Other Guidelines 

• Season media credentials are issued to those outlets which 
cover Maryland Athletics on a regular basis. They do not 
guarantee working space in media work areas, 

■ With the exception of Ten-apin beat reporters covering the team 
on a daily basis and producing daily reports, all passes are 
approved and issued on a game-by-game basis, 

• Passes are non-transferable and are subject to immediate 
revocation if transferred to non-working members of a media 
outlet. 

• Due to limited space and to ensure compliance with NCAA 
guidelines, no credentials will be issued to "free-lance" writers 
or photographers without a specific assignment received in 
wnting by the assigning organization, 

• The University of Maryland and the NCAA prohibit the issuance 
of credentials to representatives of an organization that 
regularly publishes gambling information, such as "tout sheets" 
or "tip sheets," 

• Credentials are issued to web sites that are affiliated with 
national or regional media organizations, eg, USATodaycom, 
ESPN.com, CBS SportsLine. etc. for web sites of Atlantic 
Coast Conference schools or non-conference opponents, or 
for the Atlantic Coast Conference office. 



• Web sites that sponsor "message boards" or "chat rooms" where 
people are allowed to post anonymous information or rumors 
are ineligible for credentials or access to media functions. If a 
news-gathenng medium has an online site that sponsors these 
anonymous forums, they may continue to request credentials 
under their traditional medium (newspaper, magazine, radio or 
television), but will not be granted additional passes or access 
for online staff, 

■ All persons picking up credentials will be required to furnish 
positive identification. All credentials are non-transferable, and 
no credentials will be issued to those under the age of 1 8, 

Credential Requests 

Credential requests must be made by sports editors or sports 
directors on official letterhead no later than five days prior to an 
event. They should be sent to the attention of Kelly Bramble, 
Athletic Media Relations Office, University of Maryland. 2725 
Comcast Center College Park. MD 20741-0295, They may also 
be faxed to 301-314-9094, No credential requests will be accepted 
via e-mail or by phone. 

Admission to media facilities are for working media only. 

E-mail Service 

Football releases can be obtained electronically by contacting 
Greg Creese at gcreese@umd.edu. List TERP NEWS in the 
subject heading, and include the name of your media outlet and 
phone number in your message, (This is a media service only), 

Internet Guidelines 

The acceptance of media credentials is an acknowledgement 
of the University of Maryland's nghts to the game and play-by-play 
coverage and an outlet's agreement to abide by any restnctions 
the University of Maryland may place on real-time play-by-play 
coverage and use of comprehensive game statistics. Failure 
to abide by these restrictions implemented by the University of 
Maryland may result in revocation of press credentials, Maryland 
resen/es the nght to grant approval for distribution of real time 
play-by-play game-related statistics and information through 
the Internet ("real time" is defined as any online media providing 
live continual play-by-play coverage, in-game statistics, digital 
photographs, or audio or video of an event). 

Parking 

Game-day press parking is located in the Union Lane Garage 
which is adjacent to Cole Field House and along Field House 
Drive, The parking garage is best accessed from the Stadium 
Dnve entrance to campus. Access is via pass only and is 
available on a limited basis. 

Photography Regulations 

Photo passes will be issued only to accredited photographers 
on assignment. Photographers should obtain an armband from 
the media-relations assistant on the field below Section 28 to gam 
admittance to the field. Under NCAA and ACC ailes. photographers 
are not allowed between the 25-yard lines and must remain outside 
of the restraining lines surrounding the playing field. 

Photographers are expected to comply with all University 
regulations and policies. Any photographer or any media a member 
not complying with instmctions of University staff may be required 
to surrender their credentials. 

Player Interviews 

All player interviews must be arranged through Greg Creese 
or Doug Dull. Players have been instmcted not to participate in 
interviews unless they have been arranged through the Media 
Relations Office. Interviews will be conducted Monday through 
the start of practice on Thursday No interviews will be allowed 
on Sunday or Friday Player phone numbers will not be released, 



and members of the media are asked not to attempt to contact 3 
student-athletes or relatives on the telephone or via e-mail. Players ' 
are not available for live call-in radio shows, 

Postgame Interviews 

Head coach Ralph Fnedgen and selected players will be brought 
to the Gossett Team House Dining Facility on the second floor of 
the Gossett Football Team House for postgame interviews following 
home games. The team room is accessed through the front door 
of the complex, located one level above the playing field Please 
enter the glass doors and follow the hallway to the team room on 
the right. Interviews with the visiting team coach and players will be 
coordinated by the opponent SID staff. The interview area for the 
opposing coach is in the weight room of the Varsity Team House, 
located outside the stadium on the opposite side of the field from 
the Tyser Tower Press Box, The Terps follow similar guidelines for 
coach and player interviews for road games, 

Maryland's locker room is closed following games. 

Practice Coverage 

Only the first 30 minutes of practice are open. Media wishing 
to attend practice should contact the Media Relations Office in 
advance All members of the media are asked to view practice 
from the sloped portion of the field (along Stadium Dnve), Once 
the team goes into pads in the fall, TV B-roll and still photographers 
will be allowed to shoot warm-ups, stretching dnils and the first 
four periods of practice. Team meetings before, dunng and after 
practice are private. Practices generally begin at 3:45 p,m, and 
conclude at 6 p,m The team does not practice on Sunday during 
the season with the exception of the weeks on Thursday night 
games, 

Ralph Friedgen Interviews 

Coach Fnedgen will be available to the media at his weekly 
Tuesday media luncheons, which begin at 1 p.m. in the Gossett Team 
House Dining Facility. Friedgen will also be available on the weekly 
ACC Teleconference held each Wednesday at 1 1 :20 a m ET 



Staying In College 

Hotels 


Park 


UMUC Inn & Conference Center 


301-985-7310 


Greenbelt Marnott 


301-441-3700 


Best Western Maryland Inn 


301-474-2800 


Greenbelt Holiday Inn 


301-982-7000 


Colleqe Park Holiday Inn 


301-345-6700 


College Park Comfort Suites 


301-441-8110 


Courtvard by Marnott 


301-441-3311 


Quality Inn 


301-864-5820 


Days Inn 


301-345-5000 


Restaurants 1 


R J Bentlev's 


301-277-8898 


94th Aero Squadron 


301-699-9400 


Applebee's 


301-864-6118 


Benniqan's 


301-982-9780 


Chefs Secret 


301-345-6101 


Chipotle 


240-582-0015 


Cornerstone 


301-779-7044 


Ledo's 


301-422-8622 


New York Deli 


301-345-0366 


Santa Fe Cafe 


301-779-1345 


Sir Walter Raleiah Inn 


301-474-6500 


TGI Fndav's 


301-345-2503 


Local Taxi Cabs 1 


Bonnette Sedan Taxi Service 


30U22-2687 


Capital Cab Company 


301-322-8877 


Greenbelt Cab Company 


301-577-2000 


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Game Week Media Schedule 



Sunday 

■ Updated offensive statistics posted on www.umlerps.com 
by noon 

Monday 

• Weeldy release posted on www.umlerps.com by 2 p.m. 

• Weeldy release e-mailed by 5 p.m. 

• ACC players of the week announced 

Tuesday 

• Coach Friedgen media luncheon, 1 p.m. (Gossett Team 
House Dining Facility) 

(One-on-ones with Coach Friedgen are NOT available) 

■ Selected player interviews following media luncheon 
(Gossett Team House Dining Facility) 

• Coach Fhedgen press conference quotes posted on www. 
umlerps,comby3p.m. 

■ Press conference can be heard live on wvwv.wmucsports. 



Press Box 

The press box is located on the south side of Byrd Stadium in 
Tyser Tower. Access to Level 3 (print) and Level 4 (radio, television 
booths) IS via elevators. 

Statistical Services 

Complete team and individual statistics by quarter, play-by-play, 
and postgame notes and quotes will be provided to the working 
media Scores of other college games are provided before, dunng 
and afterihe game. In-game stat monitors are stationed throughout 
the press box. An internal PA system will provide updated statistics 
and notes throughout the game. 

Teleconference 

The '2 ACC football coaches will be featured on a weekly 
teleconference each Wednesday from 10:30 am,, to 12:30 
p,m , beginning Aug, 31 and concluding Nov, 29, Each coach 
will have 10 minutes to make an opening statement and answer 
questions. There will be an instant replay of each teleconference 
on the Conferences internet site TheACCcom each Wednesday 
aftemoon. The media phone number for the teleconference is to be 
announced at a later date. 



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10:30 Toniniv Bowden. Clemson 10:40 
10:50 B obby Bowden Fl onda S late 11:00 



C han Galley, Geortiia Tech 11:10 R alpti Friedgen. Maryland 11:20 



Larry CoKer, Miami 
Chuck Amato.NC Slate 



11:30 John Bunting, North Carolina 11 :40 



11:50 Al Groh, Mrqinia 



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Franfc Beatrcr yinjini a Tec>i 12:10 Jim Grobe. Wake Forest 12:20 

Telephones 

A limited number of telephones are available in the Tyser 
Tower Press Box (calling card required). Any additional telephone 
requests should be directed to Scott Sargent. Asst Director of 
Operations and Faalities. at 301-314-9729, List Doug Dull or Greg 
Creese as the contact person for all installations. 

Video Services 

Highlights of Maryland home games not televised will be 
distributed via satellite. In addition, the Atlantic Coast Conference 
uplinks game highlights and selected interviews from each ACC 
school on Wednesday afternoons during the season. 

Web Site . 

All of Maryland's news releases and statistics, as well as quotes 
Ij from head coach Ralph Friedgen s weekly press conference, can 
^ be accessed via the Work) Wide Web at umterpscom 



• Players available by appointment for electronic Interviews 
following practice 

• Players may return phone calls to out-of-town media 
following practice (after 6:30 p.m.) 

• Friedgen and players attending luncheon not available after 
practice. 

Wednesday 

• Coach Friedgen on ACC teleconference (11:20 a.m.) 

• ACC weekly satellite feed during the aftemoon 

• Players available following practice 

• Players may return phone calls to out-of-town media 
following practice (after 6:30 p.m.) 

• Coach Friedgen available for brief post-practice interview 

Thursday 

• No player availability after practice 

• Coach Friedgen available for brief post-practice interview 



Directions to Byrd Stadium 

From Baltimore and Points North 

Take 1-95 South to Washington. D.C.'s Capital Beltway 
(1-495 East). Take Exit 27 and then follow signs to Exit 25 
(U.S. 1 South toward College Park). Proceed approximately 
one mile south on US, Route 1 and take the exit for 193 
West- At the second traffic light, tum left onto Stadium 
Dnve. Follow signs for paridng. 

From Virginia and Points South 

Take 1-95 North to Washington. D.Cs Capital Beltway 
(1-495), Continue North on 1-95/1495 toward Baltimore, 
Take Exit 25 (US, 1 South toward College Park), Proceed 
approximately one mile south on US, Route 1 and take the 
exit for 193 West, At the second traffic light, follow signs for 
parking. 

From Virginia and Points West 

Take 1-66 East or 1-270 South to Washington, DC, s 
Capital Beltway (1-495), Go East on 1-495 toward Baltimore/ 
Silver Spnng, Take Exit 25 (US, 1 South toward College 
Park), Proceed approximately one mile south on US, 
Route 1 and take the exit for 1 93 West At the second traffic 
light, tum left onto Stadium Dnve, Follow signs for padding. 

From Annapolis and Points East 

Take US, 50 to Washington, DCs Capital Beltway 
(1-495 West), Go North on 1-95/1-495 toward Baltimore, 
Take Exit 25 (U.S. 1 South toward College Park), Proceed 
approximately one mile south on US, Route 1 and take the 
exit for 193 West, At the second traffic light, tum left onto 
Stadium Dnve Follow signs for parking. 

From Washington, D.C. (Northwest/Southwest) 

Take 16th St North, which becomes Georgia Ave North 
at Maryland/D C, line. Go East on 1-495 toward Baltimore, 
Take Exit 25 (US, 1 South toward College Park), Proceed 
approximately one mile south on US, Route 1 and take the 
exit for 193 WesLAt the second traffic light, follow signs for 
pari(ing. 

From Washington. D.C. (Northeast/Southeast) 

Take Rhode Island Ave, (US. 1 North) which becomes 
Baltimore Ave, North at Marytand/D C, line. Proceed through 
the city of College Part(, Tum left at mam entrance. At the 
traffic cirde with an "M" in it. take second nghL Go straight 
on Campus Drive, Follow signs for parking 



MEDIA RELATIONS 
STAFF 



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Doug Dull 

Assoc, Athletics Director 

Office: 301-314-7064 
Home: 410-7964449 
E-Mail ddull@umd,edu 




Natalia Ciccone 

Assistant Director 

Office- 301-314-7063 

Cell: 814-880-9062 

E-Mail: nciccone@umd,edu 




Mark Fratto 

Assistant Director 

Office 301-314-8052 

Cell: 240417-5763 

E-Mail fratto§umd,edu 




Adam Zundell 

Assistant Director 

Office 3C1-314-7G66 

Home: 301-617-9089 

E-Mail azundeJI@umd edu 





Mike Gerton 

Saff Assistant 

OfSce: 301-314*193 

E-Mal: mgefton@umd.edu 



Greg Creese 

Associate Director 

Office, 301-314-7065 

E-Mail: gaeese@umd,edu 




Patrick Fischer 

Assistant Director/ 
Publications Coordinator 

Office 301-314-7062 
E-Uail: pfischer@umd,edu 



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Amy Mulligan 

Assistant Director 

Office: 301-314-7068 

Home: 410-897-1054 

E-Mail: mulli93n@umd,edu 




Kelly Bramble 

Office Vanager 

Credential Requests 

Office: 301-314-7064 

E-Mail: kt>ramble@umd.edu 



Gameday Staff 

Sam Angell, Manel Brady, 

Alan Brody, Anne Cofer. 

Doug Gouk), Stephanie 

Hayes. Phil Hochberg, Kate 

Homan. Daren Jenkins, 

Ben Kochanski, Dave Loeb, 

John Stiatton. Andy Zink. 

Monica Zink. 



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Key: |SE| indicates sports editor 
[ASE] indicates assistant 
sports editor 

[SD] indicates sports director 
[B| indicates beat wnter 
[C] indicates columnist 
|SW| indicates stall wnter 
[SA] indicates sports anctior 
[SR] indicates sports reporter 
isTH] indicates sports lalli host 
|ESP| indicates exec, sports producer 
|SP| indicates sports producer 
[AM] indicates assignment manager 

Maryland 
Radio Network 

Jolmny Holliday 
ABC Radio 
1717DesalesSt.NW 
Wastiington D.C, 20036 
(301)9464261 [tiome] 
(301)946-9111 [fax] 
jholliday6@aol.com 

Jonathan Claiborne 

1410 Bolton Street 
Baltimore, MD 21217 
(410) 523-5174 [home] 
(410) 347-9409 [work] 
jclaiborne@wtplaw,com 

Tim Strachan 

3925 Washington SI 
Kensington, MD 20071 
(301) 949-7110 [home] 
t13lund@aol com 

Print Outlets 

Washington Post 

1150 15th SI NW 
Washington DC 20071 
(202) 334-7350 
(202) 334-7685 (lax] 
sports@washpost com 
Emilio Garcia-Ruiz |SE] 
Matt Rennie (ASE) 
TBA|B] 

Barry Svriuga [SW] 
Michael Wilbon |C] 
Tony Komheiser [CI 
Thomas Boswell (C| 
Mike Wise |C1 

Baltimore Sun 

501 North Calvert Street 
Baltimore, MD 21278 
(410) 332-6200 
(410) 783-2518 [lax] 
sports@baltsun,com 
Randy Harvey |SE] 
Steve Marcus |ASE| 
George VanDaniker [ASE] 
Kevin Van Valkenburg (B] 

Washington Times 
3600 New York Ave, NE 
Washington DC 20002 
(202)636-3261 
(202) 529-7869 |lax] 
sports@washinglontimes.com 
rsniderigwashinglontimes.com 
Mark Hartsell |SE1 
**»•* Rick Snider |B| 
^^0 Tom Knott |C] 
Dan Daly |C| 
Dick Heller |C] 
Thorn Loverro [C] 



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Annapolis Capital 

2000 Capital Drive 
Annapolis, MD 21404 
(410) 280-5923 
(410) 280-5953 [fax] 
sports@capitalgazette.com 
Joe Gross |SE] 
Bill Wagner |B1 
John McNamara [B/C] 

Washington Examiner 

6208 Edsall Road 
Alexandria, VA 22312 
(703) 846-8335 
(703) 846-8366 [fax] 
sportsexaminer@washin 
gtonexaminercom 
Dan Rubin |SE| 
Leon Saflelle (ASE) 
Jeff Emiann [SW] 
Brian McNally [SW] 
Kevin Dunleavy |SW] 
Craig Slouffer [SW] 

Frederick News-Post 

200 E. Palhck Street 
Frederick, MD 21701 
(301)662-1177 
(301) 662-8299 |fax] 
s90ldberg@fredericknewspost-com 
Stan Goldberg (SE) 
John Cannon [SW] 
Brandon Oland (SW] 

Hagerstown Herald/Mail 

lOOSummilAve 
Hagerstown, MD 21740 
(301)733-5131 
(301) 714-0245 |fax| 
sports@herald-mail.com 
Mark Keller |SE, Morning Herald] 
Larry YanoslSE, Daily Mail] 
Bob Parasiliti ]B] 

Montgomery Gazette 

1200 Quince Orchard Blvd, 

Gaithersburg, MD 20878 

(301)670-2050 

(3011 670-7183 ][ax] 

sports@gazelte.net 

Brian Heard ]SE] 

Josh Cooley [ASE] 

John Wehmueller [ASE/SW] 

Jennifer Beekman [SW] 

Chay Rao [SW] 

James Peters [SW] 

Montgomery Sentinel 

30 Courthouse Square 
Suite 405 

Rockville, MD 20850 
(301)838-0788 
(301) 838-3458 [fax] 
editor-mc@thesentinel.com 
Bnan Karem [SE| 
Brandy Simms [SW] 
Ryan Gallagher [SW] 

Prince George's Gazette 

8201 Corporate Dnve, Suite 1200 

Landover MD 20785 

(301)731-2117 

(301)731-2116 

(301)731-2141 [fax] 

selkin@gazetle,net 

Selh Elkin |SE] 

Adam Rubenslein [ASE] 

Ted Black [SW] 

Derek Toney[SWl 

Terron Hampton [SW] 



Salisbury Times 

115 E Carroll Street 
Salisbury, MD 21801 
(410)749-7171,0x1 212 
(410) 749-7290 [fax] 
syonker@smgpogannett.com 
Shawn Yonker [SE] 
Tim Brennan [SW] 
Jason Barbalo [SW] 

Terrapin Times 

PC Box 993 
Bel Air, MD 21014 
(800) 594-9320 
(410) 256-8838 [fax] 
Kcfish4life@hotmail.com 
Keith Cavanaugh [SE] 
Mart; Clem [SW] 
Mike Ashley ]SW1 

Wire/National Services 
Associated Press 
218N ChariesSl 
Suite 330 

Baltimore, MD 21201 
(410) 837-8315 (API 
(410) 560-2735 [home office] 
(410) 727-1550 [fax] 
sptswtrgaol com 
Dave Ginsburg JSE] 

USA Today 

7950 Jones Branch Dnve 
McLean, VA 22108 
(703)854-7629 
(703) 854-2072 [fax) 
Tom O'Toole [SE] 
Kelly Whiteside [SW] 
Jack Carey [SW] 
Malcolm Moran [SW] 

ESPN/Network Radio 
Correspondent 

Craig Heist 

9757 Mountain Laurel Way #1C 
Laurel, MD 20723 
(301)490-8041 [home] 
(301)906-8011 [celll 
)l,com 



Student Media 

The Diamondback 

3136 South Campus Dining Hall 

University of Maryland 

College Parts, MD 20742 

(301)314-8200 

(301) 314-8358 [lax] 

sports@dbk,umd edu 

Ryan Mink [SE] 

David Selig [B] 

WMUC Radio 

3130 South Campus Dining Hall 

University ot Maryland 

College Paris, MD 20742 

(301)314-7866 

(301)314-78791(3x1 

Mali Ray (SD) 

Nick Sekkas 

Mari< Butman 

Jeff Sundram 

Radio Outlets 

WHFS (105.7-FM) 
600 Washington Ave 
Suite 201 

Baltimore, MD 21204 
(410)828-7722 
(410) 821-8256 [fax] 



ESPN (1300-AIVI) 

600 Washington Ave 
Suite 201 

Baltimore, MD 21204 
(410)823-1570 
(410) 821-5482 Ifax] 
Paul Mittermeier [STH] 
Doug Kibbler (SP] 

WBAL(1090-AM) 

3800 Hooper Avenue 
Baltimore, MO 21211 
(410) 338-6592 
(410) 338-6675 [fax] 
sdavis@wbal.com 
Steve Davis [SD] 
Jerry Coleman [SA] 
Stan While [SA] 
Lee Ricketts ISP] 

WTEM (980-AIVI) 

8750 Brookville Road 
Silver Spring, MD 20910 
(301)770-5701 
(301) 881-8025 [fax] 
scotllinn@clearchannel.com 
Andy Pollin ISD] 
Steve Czaban ]STH] 
Rick -Doc" Walker ]STH] 
Chns Johnson [SP] 
Scott Linn ]SA] 
Bram Weinstein ]SR] 
Al Galdi [SA] 
Scott Jackson [SA] 
Kevin Sheehan [SA] 

WCBM (680-AM) 

1726 Reislerstown Road, Suite 117 
Baltimore, MD 21208 
(410) 580-6800 
(410) 580-6810 [fax] 
Ted Patterson jSTH] 

WFMD(930-AM) 

5966 Grove Hill Road 
Fredenck.MD 21703 
(301)6634181 
(301) 682-8018 [fax] 

WJFK(106.7-FM) 
10800 Main Street 
Fairtax,VA 22030 
(703)691-1900 
(703) 352-0111 [fax] 

WMAL (630-AM) 

4400 Jeniler St. 
Washington DC 20015 
(202) 686-3020 
(202) 537-0009 [fax] 
Tom.e,blaz@abc.com 
Tom BIaz [SR] 
Bryan Nehman [SR] 

WNST(1570-AM) 

1550 Hart Road 
Towson.MD 21286 
(410)821-9678 
(410) 8284698 [fax] 
steveh@wnst net 
Paul Kopeike [GMj 
■Nasty' Nestor Aparicio[SD] 
Bob Haynie [STH] 
Steve Hennessey [SP] 
Ray Bachman [SP] 
Terry Ford [STH] 
Drew Forrester [STH] 
Jeremy Conn [STH] 



WOLB (1450-AM) 

5900 Pnncess Garden Parkway 
Lanham, MD 20706 
(301)306-1111 
(301) 306-1149 [fax] 

WTOP(1500-AM,820- 
AM, 107,7-FM) 

3400 Idaho Ave, NW 
Washington DC 20016 
(202)895-5060 
(202) 895-5149 [fax) 
djohnson@vrtopnews.com 
Dave Johnson [SD] 
Byron Kerr [SR] 
Frank Hanrahan [SR] 

TV Outlets 

WBAL(NBC-11) 

3800 Hooper Ave. 
Baltimore, MD 21211 
(410) 338-1750 
(410) 467-6671 [fax] 
Hsportsgthewbalchannefcom 
Geny Sandusky [SD] 
Pete Gilbert [SA] 
Chris Dachille [SP] 

WBFF(FOX-45) 

2000 W 41 St St. 
Baltimore, MD 21211 
(410)467-5595 
(410)467-5093 [fax] 
Brtice Cunningham [SD] 
Amber Theohartis[SAl 
Vince Villani [SP] 
Steve Penczek [SP] 

WJZ(CBS-13) 

Television Hill 
Baltimore, MD 21211 
(410) 578-7522 
(410) 578-0642 [fax] 
mpupo@cbs,com 
Marts Viviano[SD] 
Mike Pupo [ESP] 
Stan Saunders |SR/SP] 
ScoltCurtsinlSR/SP] 

WMAR(ABC-21 

6400 York Road 
Baltimore. MD 21212 
(410) 377-7558 
(410) 377-0493 (lax] 
martiyan@wmarcom 
Scott Garceau [SD] 
Keith Mills [SA] 
Adam Martiyan [SP] 
Lon Snyder [SP] 

WJLA(ABC-7) 

1100 Wilson Blvd. 
6th Floor 

Ariinglon.VA 22209 
(703)236-9552 
(703) 236-9263 [fax] 
sports@wjla,com 
Tim Brant [SD] 
Greg Toland [SA] 
Keith Abemathy[SP] 
Alex Parker [SP] 
Ross McCallum |SP| 

WRC(NBC-4| 

4001 Nebraska Ave NW 
Washington, DC 20016 
(202)8854451 
(202) 8854002 [lax] 
wrcsports@nbc,com 
George Michael |SD| 
Wally Brtjckner |SA] 
Joe Schreiber [ESP] 



WHG (FOX-5) 

5151 Wisconsin Ave. 
Washington, DC 20016 
(202) 895-3026 
(202) 895-3010 Ifax] 
feldyfox5@yahoo com 
Dave Feldman [SD] 
Lou Holder [SA/SR] 
Diane Roberts [SR] 

WUSA(CBS-9) 

4100 Wisconsin Ave. NW 
Washington, DC 20016 
(202) 895-5600 
(202) 363-6472 (fax) 
Brett Haber [SD] 
Joyce Jackson [SA] 
Levan Reid [SA] 

WHAG (NBC-25) 

13 E Washington St. 
Hagerstown, MD 21740 
(301)7974408 
(301) 7454093 [fax] 
Josh Reed [SD] 
James Hill [SR] 
Shawn Stepner [SR] 

WNIDT (ABC47) 

202 Downtown Plaza 
Salisbury, MD 21803 
(410) 7424747, ext. 324 
(410) 7494777 [fax] 
sports@wmdt com 
Sean Smith [SA] 

Newschannel 8 

1100 Wilson Blvd. 
6th Floor 

Ariinglon.VA 22209 
(703) 236-9628 
(703) 912-5329 [fax] 
sports@newschannel8 net 
Glenn Hams [SA] 
Ross McCallum [SP] 
Colvin Undendood [SRj 
Terry Comwell [SPl 
John Giacomo [SP] 

Comcast SportsNet 

7700 Wisconsin Ave 

Suite 200 

Bethesda.MD 20814 

(240)497-3401 

(301) 718-3324 (fax) 

lyasha roff@comcastsportsnet.com 

Chick Hernandez [SA] 

Scott Hanson [SA] 

Brent Harris [SA] 

Kelli Johnson ]SA] 

Sage Steele [SA] 

Michael Jenkins [SAj 

Russ Thaler ISA] 

Marius Payton |SA| 

Joe Yasharolf [AM] 

Prince George's Co. 
Cable News 15 

9475 Lotlsford Rd 
Suite 125 
Largo. MD 20774 
(301)366-7627 
(301) 322-6132 [fax] 
Dave Goldman [SD] 
ChnsMart(s|SR| 






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SepL 10 CLEMSON' (ESPNl 

SepL 17 WEST VIRGINIA (JP/Raycoml NOON ^ 

SepL 24 at Wake Forest* 

OCL 1 VIRGINIA* Wofnecom/ng/ I 

OcL 8 at Temple 1 

OcL 20 VIRGINIA TECHMESPNl 7:30 PM 

OcL 29 at Florida State* TBA 

Nov. 12 at North Carolina* T" 

Nov. 19 BOSTON COLLEGE* 

Nov. 26 at NO State* 1 

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