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This is Maryland Football 1-30 Ilk 

2006 Schedule 1 

Table of Contents 2 I 

The Maryland Philosophy 4 I 

Game Day at Byrd 6 

Byrd Stadium 8 

Gossett Team House 10 

Terps NFL Connection 12 

Terps and the NFL Draft 14 

Terps Quarterback Legacy 15 

Fridge Fever 16 

Honored Terps 18 

Going Bowling 20 

ACC - Conference of Champions 22 

In the Media Spotlight 24 

No Better Place to Be 26 

So Much. . . So Close 28 

Walk-ons 30 

Coaching Staff 31-50 

Head Coach Ralph Friedgen 32 

Assistant Coaches 38 

Chris Cosh, Def. Coordinator/ 

Inside Linebackers 38 

Tim Banks, Secondary 39 

Bryan Bossard, Wide Receivers 40 

Tom Brattan, Offensive Line 41 

John Donovan, Quarterbacks 42 

Ray Rychleski, Special Teams/ 

Tight Ends & H-Backs 43 

Al Seamonson, Outside Linebackers/ 

Special Teams Asst 44 

Dave Sollazzo, Defensive Line/ 

Recruiting Coordinator 45 

Phil Zacharias, Running Backs 46 

Support Staff 47 

Coaching Aides 50 

2005 Season Outlook 51-60 

2005 Season Preview 52 

Preseason Depth Chart 60 

Alphabetical Roster 62 

Numerical Roster 64 

Terps By State 66 

Personnel Breakdown 67 

Quick Facts 68 

2006 Terrapin Profiles 69-108 

Player Profiles 70 

Newcomer Profiles 105 

2006 Preseason Honors 108 

2005 Season Review 109-126 

2005 Review Notebook 110 

2005 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 120 

Game-by-Game Capsules 121 

2006 Travel Itinerary 126 

Atlantic Coast Conference. . 127-132 

About the Atlantic Coast Conference 128 

2005 ACC Review 129 

2005 Team Statistics 130 

2005 Individual Statistics 131 

2005 ACC Players of the Week 132 




2006 Media Guide Credits 

The 2006 University of Maryland Football Media Guide was 
published by the Maryland athletic media relations office with 
the intent to serve all media and followers of Terrapin football. 
Additional copies may be purchased for $20. Mail orders should 
include $3 for postage and handling. Call (3011 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 for 
media relations. Layout and design by Patrick Fischer, publica- 
tions coordinator and assistant media relations director. Covers 
and first 30 pages designed by John Schaffhauser. 

Research and editorial assistance by Michael S. Gerton, Kelly 
Bramble, Adam Zundell, Jamie Zertz, Mariel Brady and Sam Angell. 

Photography by Greg Fiume, Tony Quinn, Larry French, John 
Studwell, John H. Rent III, Dave Christianson, Bruce 
Schwartzman, John Consoli, Bill Welch, Karl Merton Feron, Bill 
Vaughan, NFL Photos, Annapolis and Anne Arundel County 
Chamber of Commerce. 

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




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nne Turkos and her staff in university archives, and all members 
F past sports information staffs that have assisted in compiling 
iformation that is an integral part of this guide. Any corrections 
r additions to the media guide are welcome and should be 
irected, in writing, to Greg Creese. 

The University of Maryland is an equal opportunity institution 
ith respect to both education and employment. The university 
oes not discriminate on the basis of race, color, origin, sex or 
andkap in admission or access to, or treatment or employment 
i, its programs and activities as required by federal (Title VI, 
itle IX. Section 504) and state laws and regulations. Inquiries 
igarding compliance with Title VT f the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 
s amended, Title IX of the 1972 Educational Amendment, 
ection 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, or related legal 
iquirements should be directed to the Office of Human 
elations, 1130 Shriver Laboratory, East Wing, College Park, 
laryland 20742-4321; telephone— 301-405-2838. Inquiries con- 
eming the application of Section 504 and Part 34 of the C.F.R. 
> the University of Maryland, College Park, Maybe directed to 
ie Director, Disabled Student Services, 0126 Shoemaker Hall, 
niversrty of Maryland, College Park, Md. 20742; telephone — 
01-314-7682 (voice) or 301-314-7683 (TTY|.e or Doug Dull. 



Opponent Information 133-140 

William & Mary (Sept. 2) 134 

Middle Tennessee (Sept. 9) 134 

West Virginia (Sept. 14) 135 

Florida International (Sept. 23) 135 

Georgia Tech (Oct. 7) 136 

Virginia (Oct. 14) 136 

NC State (Oct. 21) 137 

Florida State (Oct. 28) 137 

Clemson (Nov. 4) 138 

Miami (Nov. 11) 138 

Boston College (Nov. 18) 139 

Wake Forest (Nov. 25) 139 

2006 Composite Schedule 140 

Postseason History 141-158 

Bowl Game Results 142 

Bowl Game Capsules 142 

All-Time Bowl Records 149 

Team Capsules 150 

1949 & 1951 150 

1952 & 1953 National Champions 151 

1954 & 1955 152 

1973 & 1974 153 

1975 & 1976 154 

1978 & 1982 155 

1983 & 1984 156 

1985 & 2001 157 

2002 & 2003 158 

All-Time Honors 159-168 

Ail-Americans 160 

Outstanding Award Winners 161 

Honorable Mention Ail-Americans 161 

ACC Special Honors 162 

AII-ACC Selections 162 

Academic All-Americans 163 

AII-ACC Academic Selections 163 

Terps in the Hall of Fame 164 

Maryland Team Awards 166 

Coaches' Awards 168 

LeFrak Scholarship 168 

Terps in the Pros 169-178 

Terps on 2006 NFL Rosters 170 

Terps in Other Pro Leagues 170 

Ail-Time Terps in the NFL 171 

Terp Coaches in the NFL 173 

First Round Draft Picks 174 

Ail-Time NFL Draft Picks 174 

NFL Players by Position 176 

Frank Reich: King of the Comeback 178 

History 8 Records 179-192 

Annual Records & Finishes 180 

All-Time Composite Totals 181 

Year-by-Year Results 182 

Individual Records 189 

Rushing Records 189 

All-Purpose Records 189 

Passing Records 190 

Total Offense Records 190 

Receiving Records 190 

Scoring Records 191 

Punting Records 191 

Punt Return Records 192 

Kickoff Return Records 192 

Tackles/Sacks Records 192 

Interception Records 192 

University of Maryland 193-208 

University of Maryland 194 

Distinguished Alumni 196 

President CD. Mote Jr. 197 

Athletics Director Deborah Yow 198 

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 the Terps 208 



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Attendance at Byrd Stadium has contin- 
ued to break records over the last five 
years. In 2005, Maryland set a school 

^record for per-game attendance when an 
average of 52,426 fans attended the five 
home games at Byrd. The Terrapins have 

; drawn more than 50,000 fans in each of 
the last three seasons, the first time in » 
school history that milestone has been 
achieved. In Friedgen's five seasons, a ' 

~ total of 1,506,721 fans have attended 31 
home games, an average of 48,604. The 
home attendance in the last five years is 
more than the previous eight years 
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The Gossett Football Team House expansion project, 
which began with the first phase in the Spring of 
2002, will improve the University of Maryland's 
football facility to better meet the needs of Terrapin 
student-athletes and recruits through the expansion 
of four components: 

Expanded academic support and 
career development unit 

> New recruit meeting room/dining 
facility with kitchen 

New team meeting auditorium 

> Expanded entrance and lobby 

Phase One of the 15,500 square-foot renovation 
included the creation of an expanded academic 
support lab. This increased the existing space dedi- 
cated to support and strengthen the academic and 
career-achievement initiatives of football student- 
athletes by more than 4,000 square feet. In 
addition, a brand new video board was finished in 
time for the 2002 season, giving fans a more 
vibrant and exciting experience in Byrd Stadium 
with game action and replays shown on a board 
measuring 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 
families. 

It also includes a new team meeting auditorium 
which will give the entire football team the opportu- 
nity to meet together in one room, allowing the 
coaching staff to teach using state-of-the-art tech- 
nology in an 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 game plans. 

The construction also includes an enhanced 
entrance and lobby for the Gossett Team House that 
will showcase the program's tradition, importance 
and success. A striking first impression for recruits 
and visitors, the entrance and lobby will highlight 
the rich past of Maryland football and will showcase 
the Terps' return to national prominence. 



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Beginning with Maryland's first-eve 
draft pick in 1937 and continuing in 2000 
with Frank Wycheck's lateral in the "f 
City Miracle," the Terrapins have fash- 
ioned an impressive tradition in the 
National Football League. Names like 
Scarbath, Jones, Nolan, White, Avellini, 
Esiason, Shiner, O'Donnell, Collins, 
Nehemiah, Lewis, Glover, Atkinson and 
Mike-Mayer have dotted NFL rosters over 
the years. In all, nearly 150 Terrapins 
have gone on to play professionally follow- 
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Maryland has had 192 National Football 
League Draft choices since 1937, fourth- 
most among Atlantic Coast Conference 
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Including Vernon Davis, the 6th pi 
overall in the 2006 Draft, there have been 
14 Terrapins taken in the first round of the 
NFL Draft, including a pair of No. 2 overall 
selections in Jack Scarbath (1953) and 
Randy White (1975). 

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

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

27 former Terrapins were on NFL rosters 



Three former Maryland head coaches 
(Bobby Ross, Lou Saban and Clark 
Shaughnessy) and four former Maryland 
players (Dick Modzelewski, Dick Nolan, 
Ron Waller, Mike Tice) have gone on to 
serve as head coaches in the NFL. 

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






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players in the last thre 
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signed as free agents by 
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Jo. 6 overall pick of the 2006 
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Four Terrapins were invited to the NFL Combine in Indianapolis and were limited in their work at Maryland's annual Pro Day. 
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quarterback was runner-up to Billy Vessels for the 
Heisman Trophy and was a unanimous All-America 
selection in 1952. In three seasons, the Terps were 
24-4-1 with Scarbath as QB, including 10-0 in 
1951. 

DICK SHINER (1961-63) — An honorable mention 
All-America selection in 1962 and a two-time first 
team AII-ACC choice who helped lead the Terps to a 
21-17 win over Penn State. 



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f BOB AVELLINI (1972-74) — Set school marks at 
f the time for total offense (312 yards) and passing 
yards (314) while completing 21 of 31 passes in a 
game in his first career start his sophomore year vs. 
Duke. Went on to have a 10-year NFL career. 

BOOMER ESIASON (1981-83) — A two-tame All- 
American who set 17 school records, led the Terps 
to the ACC championship in 1983 and a berth in the 
I Tangerine Bowl. Arguably the most prolific left- 
F handed quarterback in NFL history, Esiason was a 
four-time Pro Bowl selection and league MVP in '88. 

FRANK REICH (1983-84) — Best known for leading 
the Buffalo Bills back from a 32-point deficit in the 
'(, 1992 NFL playoffs against Houston, he also com- 
I manded the greatest comeback in the college game 
f as well rallying the Terps after halftime against No. 
■ 6 Miami (Fla.) and down 31-0. Maryland pulled off 
'/ the miracle upset, 42-40, and Reich finished the 
yV* season as one of the top-rated passers in the 
country. Appeared in four Super Bowls. 

STAN GELBAUGH (1984-85) — Played behind 
Esiason and Reich before moving into the Terps' 
starting lineup in '84 when Reich went down to 
> injury. Gelbaugh stepped in to lead Maryland to four 
wins and a one-point loss on the road to Penn State. 
The following season, the Terps went on to win the 
ACC title and a Cherry Bowl championship. 



in college, he ended his career in the No. 2 spot 
on most major Terp passing charts. Drafted by the 
Steelers in 1990, he became the team's franchise 
player during his six seasons, making a Pro Bowl 
appearance in only his second year and leading 
Pittsburgh to an appearance in Super Bowl XXX. 

SCOn ZOLAK (1989-90) — Despite starting just 
one season for the Terps, he finished his collegiate 
career among Terp leaders in passing yards 
(3,124) and completions (270). His 2,589 passing 
yards in 1990 ranked as the second-highest 
single-season total in school history and helped 
earn him honorable mention All-America recogni- 
tion from Football News. He was taken in the 
fourth round of the 1991 NFL draft by the New 
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SCOn MILANOVICH (1993-95) — Left campus as 
one of the most decorated Terrapin QBs ever. In . 
fact, Milanovich still owns most Maryland passing 
records, including career standards for yards "* 
(7,301), TDs (49) and completions (650). 

SHAUN HILL (2000-2001) — Sparked the Terra- 
pins to the 2001 ACC championship and earned 
team MVP honors, throwing for 13 touchdowns 
and rushing for seven more. Originally picked up - 
by the Vikings, Hill is currently with the 49ers and 
in his fifth NFL season. 

SCOn MCBRIEN (2002-2003) — Southpaw 
transfer from West Virginia who led the Terrapins 
to 21 wins in his two years as a starter — most by 
any Terp QB in two years — and was named MVP 
of the Peach and Gator Bowls. Currently with the 
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It caught on quickly and 
continues to spread... 

Fridge Fever, that is. 

Perhaps never in the history of Maryland Athletics has a coach overseen a more 
immediate and dramatic turnaround of his team's fortunes than Ralph Friedgen, the 
consensus national Coach of the Year in 2001, who is second all-time in the Atlanta 
Coast Conference in the number of wins in the first five years of his career. 

Friedgen's rookie season included an ACC title, a BCS appearance in the FedEx 
Orange Bowl, and a final ranking of No. 10... Maryland finished each of the next two 
seasons by winning 10 of its last 11 games, including dominating performances 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). • 

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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 impor- 
tant, Ralph has the skill to teach 
what he sees to his players. 

You always hear about great 
middleweight^ who are 'pound for 
pound' the best fighters in the 
world. That's meant as a compli- 
ment to smaller men. Ralph is not a 
small man, but pound for pound 
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that if any school would finally have the good sense to hire him, he would be a 
dynamic head coach. His first three years at Maryland have certainly proven 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 g 
contender for the ACC championship. Ralph Friedgen is the real deal. 

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Peach and Gator 
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years with the Terps. 



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three-time AII-ACC and 2005 
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D'QWELL JACKSON, LB 
ACC Defensive Playerof the Year 
First team Ail-American by the 
AFCA and Sports Illustrated 




D'Qwell JacKSon- attended the 
2005 ESPN/Home Depot Colle 
Football Awards Show as a 
finalist for the Bednarik Award. 
Jackson was also a semif inalist 
for the Butkus Award in '05. 



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made its third bowl trip in as 
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invited to play West Virginia 
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efforts for a national TV 
audience and the postsea- 
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The Atlantic Coast Conference 
enjoyed its best season ever in 200 
and looks for even brighter things it 
2006. Last year, the league added 
its 12th member, Boston College, 
which made an immediate impact b 
tying for the best record in the 
Atlantic Division. 

ACC teams have won two of the 
last seven national championships, 
five titles since 1990 and nine 
national crowns overall since the 
1981 season. 

The ACC now features three team 
who played in five of the first six Rl 
National Championshpi games. 

In 2005, the ACC had a league 
record eight teams earn bowl bids. 
Since 2001, a total of 33 ACC team 
have taken part in postseason play. 
In 2002, the ACC set an NCAA 
record for the percentage of teai 
in a conference that reached the 
postseason when seven of the then- 
nine teams earned bids. 

For the first time ever, the ACC 
surpassed 3.8 million in attendance 
The 12 league teams drew 
3,835,260. Ten of the 12 ACC 
schools, including Maryland, drew 
85 percent or better in percentage 
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appearances. The ACC is 21-12 in 

■ postseason play over the last five _. 

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leagues during that span. 
, With 10 of its 12 teams listed i 
the top 45, the ACC was the secon 
ranked conference in the nation in 
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EMERALD BOWL 

Date & Time: Wednesday, December 27 

Stadium & Site: AT&T Park (38,437), San Francisco, Calif. 

Teams: ACC vs. Pac-10 








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GAYLORD HOTELS MUSIC CITY BOWL 

Date & Time: Friday, December 29 

Site & Stadium: The Coliseum (67,000), Nashville, Tenn. 

Teams: ACC vs. SEC 

CHAMPS SPORTS BOWL 

Date & Time: Friday, December 29 

Stadium & Site: Florida Citrus Bowl (65,438), Orlando, Fla 

Teams: ACC vs. Big Ten 

MEINEKE CAR CAR BOWL 

Date & Time: Saturday, December 30 

Stadium & Site: Bank of America Stadium (73,238), Charlotte, N.C. 

Teams: ACC vs. Big East/Navy 



CHICK-FIL-A BOWL 

Date & Time: Saturday, Decern . . 

Stadium & Site: Georgia Dome (71,149), Atlanta, Ga 

Teams: ACC vs. SEC 




MPC COMPUTERS BOWL 

Date & Time: Sunday, December 31 

Stadium & Site: Bronco Stadium (30,000), Boise, Idaho 

Teams: ACC vs. Western Athletic 

TOYOTA GATOR BOW 

Date & Time: Monday, Ja.. 

Stadium & Site: Alltel Stadium (73,000), Jacksonville, Fla 

Teams: ACC vs. Big 12/Big East/Notre Dame 

FEDEX ORANGE BOWL 

Date & Time: Tuesday, January 2 

Stadium & Site: Dolphins Stadium (72,230), Miami, Fla. 

Teams: ACC vs. BCS opponent 

BOWL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES 

Date & Time: TBA 

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DID YOD KNOW? l 

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

1§ The Terps are covered extensively by two of 
the nation's top 10 newspapers: the Washing- 
ton Post and the Baltimore Sun. 

|f USA Today, the nation's newspaper, is head- 
quartered 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 col- 
legiate sports. Johnny Holliday, one of the top 
announcers in college football, is in his 28th 
year as Voice of the Terps. 

£J> Every major national television network - ABC, 
NBC, CBS and FOX - has a major news-gather- 
ing 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. 

I ACC football will receive extensive live televi- 
sion coverage over the next decade, with ABC, 
ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU and Lincoln Financial 
Sports combining for more than 200 telecasts. 

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

£\j 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 
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in 2004 in a comprehensive rating system 
that determines the new Excellence in y 
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Athletics at Texas A&M University.^ 

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

Attracting them are some 111 
majors and some of the highest-ranked 
programs in the country. As of 2005, 
70 programs rank in the Top 25 
nationally and 45 programs are in the 
Top 15. For instance, in the latest U.S. 
News & World Report undergraduate 
rankings, the University of Maryland's 
business school was ranked 22nd 
nationally, while the engineering 
school was also 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 
-f internships, work-study opportu- 
ities and career choices for students, 
nd, the campus is surrounded by the 
ynamic cultural opportunities that 
nly a major metropolitan area can 
rovide. 

Whether your focus is the sciences 
r the humanities, a small-town 
tmosphere or a metropolitan feel, the 
niversity of Maryland offers a wide 
range of educational and cultural 
opportunities. 

There truly is no better place to be 
than the University of Maryland, .- 
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fronts, monumental landscapes. Jazz, 
film festivals, marches and demon- 
strations. Shopping, professional 
sports, regattas on the Chesapeake 
Bay. Not just one city, but three. Not 
just any city, but the nation's capital] 
a major port city, and the state capita! 
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The nation's capital and its major 
attractions are within 10 miles of Byrd 
Stadium. And the highly efficient Metro 
rail system, with a station at the 
campus doorstep, makes navigating the 
greater Washington, D.C, area easy. 
Campus shuttle buses serve the College 
Park Metro station, allowing easy 
access to one of the country's model 
transportation systems. 



The 12th-largest city in the United 
States is often referred to as the 
"Charm City/' Located just 35 miles 
north of the University of Maryland, its 
^rejuvenation as an urban center is 
unprecedented. The Inner Harbor, its 
National Aquarium and tall ships, and 
the nearby Oriole Park at Camden 
Yards create an exciting, vibrant 
holiday atmosphere in a city that boasts 
one of the world's great sea ports. 



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 opportu- 
nities. There are few places in the world 
that rival the Chesapeake Bay area for 



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Arlington National 
Cemetery 
FDR Memorial 
Federal Bureau of 

Investigation 
Ford's Theatre 
Frederick Douglass 
Museum 
John F. Kennedy 
Center for the 
Performing Arts 
Library of Congress 
Lincoln Memorial 
MCI Center 
National Aquarium 
National Archives 
National Gallery 
of Art 

National Mall 
National Zoo 
Oriole Park at 
Camden Yards 
Pentagon 
Smithsonian 
Institution 
Supreme Court of the 

United States 
U.S. Capitol 
Union Station 
Vietnam Veterans 
Memorial 
Washington 
Monument 

Washington National 
Cathedral 
White House 




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Important to any college 
program are walk-on players, who 
not only make a difference in 
aiding a team's depth and 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 Terrapin co-captain for 
his senior year in 19%. The rest 
is history. Scott was a first-round 
draft choice of the Pittsburgh 
Steelers in 1997 and is now a 
member of the World Champion 
New England Patriots. 

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

Another example is receive 
Jermaine Arrington, who walk 
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 y 
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 Cincinnati 
Bengals. Williams was one of the 
top defensive rookies in the NFL in / 
2004, finishing with 103 tackles, 
three interceptions and two sacks 
as a starting comerback. 




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Linebacker David Holloway 
and kicker Dan Ennis were > 
each walk-ons when they 
started at Maryland. Both 
now on scholarship, Hollovva 
has started the last two 
seasons and racked up 116 
tackles while Ennis enters 
2006 as the team's starting ' 
placekicker after holding the 
duties in 2005. 



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Players who walk 
Maryland and made signifi- 
cant contributions under 
Coach Friedgen: 

Dan Ennis, PK 

Team's starting placekicker in 
2005 and heading into 2006. 

Moises Fokou, LB 

Player to watch at "Will" line- 
backer and special teams in 'M 

Joey Haynos, TE 

Competing tor the starting job 
2006. 

David Holloway, LB 

An honors candidate who enter 
his third year as a starter. 

Scott McBrien, QB 

Peach Bowl and Gator Bowl , 

Ryan McDonald, C 

Starting center in 2005. 

Nick Novak, PK 

ACC's all-time leading scorer 
current Arizona Cardinal. 

Madieu Williams, S 

AII-ACC selection in 2003 and 
current Cincinnati Bengal. 



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MARYLAND 70 • SIXTH YEAR AT MARYLAND 




Ralph Friedgen, the 

second-winningest fifth- 
year head coach in Atlantic 
Coast Conference history, 
enters his sixth year at the 
University of Maryland with 
a reputation as one of the 
top minds in college football. This season, Friedgen will 
also assume the duties of the team's offensive coordinator, 
marking the first time he will call the offensive plays in his 
tenure at Maryland. 

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 41-20 record and 
a trio of major bowl appearances - including two decisive 
wins - in his five seasons as a collegiate head coach. 

Not only do his 41 wins match the mark of Terp 
legend Jerry Claiborne in his first five years. They also fall 
just shy of the all-time ACC mark of 44, set by Clemson's 
Danny Ford in the early '80s. In addition, in his first three 
seasons at the helm of the Terrapin program, Friedgen 
became the first coach in conference lore to lead a team 
to three-straight seasons of 10 wins or more while his 36 
wins in his first four years ranked him in the top 1 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 (41) in the five seasons under Friedgen 
than they had in the 10 seasons prior to his arrival (37). 

Long overlooked as a head-coaching candidate, 
the 1970 Maryland graduate was tapped as the Terps' 
head football coach following the 2000 season, and he 
wasted no time in returning the program to the glory days it 
achieved when Friedgen was an assistant to Bobby Ross 
in the 1980s. 

Five 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' FedEx Orange Bowl. In 2002, 
despite a 1 -2 start and without 1 9 seniors from the previous 
year, the Terps made their way back to a major bowl game, 
winning 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. 

Friedgen's Terps have gone to bowl games in three 
of five 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. 

His offensive success notwithstanding, Friedgen's 
teams at Maryland have been superb on defense, ranking 
among the nation's leaders annually while producing the 
ACC's Defensive Player of the Year in three of the last 
five seasons (E.J. Henderson in 2001 and 2002; D'Qwell 
Jackson in 2005). 

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 59-year-old Friedgen (pronounced FREE-jun) 
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 NFL's San Diego Chargers. He returned to 




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 world. 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." 

- Ivan Maisel, ESPN.com 



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ech in 1997, where he served another successful stint as 
iffensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach under good 
■ lend George O'Leary. 

A 1970 graduate of Maryland, where he earned 
degree in physical education, Friedgen launched his 
oaching career as a graduate assistant before heading 
iff to a series of jobs that included The Citadel ( 1 973-79), 
tflllam & Mary (1980) and Murray State (1981). In '82, he 
3turned to Maryland as offensive coordinator and offensive 
ne coach under Ross, with Friedgen's tenure lasting 
iintil 1986. During that stretch, the Terps captured three 
consecutive ACC championships (1983-85) and played in 
our bowl games. All told, the Terrapins were 39-15-1 from 
982-86 and won two bowl games (the Sun Bowl in 1984 
iind the Cherry Bowl in 1985). It is the type of success 
•'riedgen has re-instilled in his current group of Terrapins. 

The Ross-Friedgen connection began in 1973, 
vhen Ross hired the former Maryland offensive guard 
is defensive line coach at The Citadel. Friedgen spent 
;even seasons at The Citadel, the last three as offensive 
:oordinator and offensive line coach. He then worked 
me season (1980) as offensive coordinator at William & 
jlary and one season (1981) as assistant head coach at 
Murray State before Ross tapped him to be his offensive 
aordinator at Maryland in 1982. 

During his five-year stay at Maryland under Ross, 
-"riedgen was instrumental in the development of future 
to quarterbacks Boomer Esiason, Frank Reich and Stan 
3elbaugh, all of whom spent at least 10 seasons in the 
National Football League. Esiason played professionally 
rom 1984-97, Reich from 1985-98 and Gelbaugh from 
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ACC BEST CAREER 
STARTS BY WINS 

FIRST FIVE SEASONS 



1. 


Danny Ford, Clemson 
Ralph Friedgen, Maryland' 


1979-83 


44 


2. 


2001-05 


41 




Jerry Claiborne, Maryland 


1972-76 


41 


4 


Dick Crum, North Carolina 


1978-81 


40 


5 


Bobby Ross. Maryland 


1982-86 


39 




Chuck Amato.NC State* 


2000-04 


39 


7. 


Tommy Bowden, Clemson' 


1999-2003 


38 


8 


Georqe O'Leary, Georqia Tech 1995-99 


36 


9. 


Dick Shendan, NC State 


1986-90 


34 


10. Tommy West, Clemson 


1994-98 


31 



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THE ACC 

vs Boston College 




0-1 


vs. Clemson 




3-2 


vs. Duke 




4-0 


vs. Florida State 




1-4 


vs. Georqia Tech 




2-2 


vs Miami 




0-0 


vs. North Carolina 




4-0 


vs NC State 




3-2 


vs. Vlrqinia 




3-2 


vs. vlrqinia Tech 




0-2 


vs. Wake Forest 




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Friedgen 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. 



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 



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(Minimum five years as Division I A head coach; Record at four-year colleges only) 

Postseason 







Yrs 


Won 


Lost 


Tied 


Pet 


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1 


LARRY COKER, Miami, Fla, 


5 


53 


9 





855 


3-2-0 


2. 


PETE CARROLL, Southern California 


5 


54 


10 





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3-2-0 


3 


BOB STOOPS, Oklahoma 


7 


75 


16 





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44-0 


4 


URBAN MEYER, Florida 


5 


48 


11 





.814 


3-0-0 


5 


DAN HAWKINS, Colorado 


10 


93 


22 


1 


806 


0-4-0 


6 


MARK RICHT, Georqia 


5 


52 


13 





.800 


3-2-0 


7. 


PHILLIP FULMER, Tennessee 


14 


128 


37 





.776 


7-6-0 


8 


BOBBY BOWDEN, Florida State 


40 


359 


107 


4 


.768 


"9-9-1 


9 


STEVE SPURRIER, South Carolina 


16 


149 


45 


2 


.765 


6-7-0 


10 


LLOYD CARR. Michiqan 


11 


102 


34 





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JOE PATERNO. Penn State 


40 


354 


117 


3 


.750 


21-10-1 


12 


JIM TRESSEL, Ohio State 


20 


185 


70 


2 


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4-1-0 


13. 


DENNIS ERICKSON, Idaho 


17 


144 


57 


1 


.714 


5-54 




TOM AMSTUTZ, Toledo 


5 


45 


18 





.714 


2-2-0 


15 


CHRIS AULT, Nevada 


21 


177 


73 


1 


.707 


1-2-0 


16. 


FRANK SOLICH, Ohio 


7 


62 


26 





.704 


2-3-0 


17 


GARY PATTERSON, Texas Christian 


6 


42 


18 





.700 


2-3-0 


18. 


RALPH FRIEDGEN, Maryland 


5 


41 


20 





.672 


2-1-0 


19 


TOMMY BOWDEN, Clemson 


9 


70 


37 





.654 


3-34 


20 


DENNIS FRANCHIONE, Texas A&M 


2; 


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92 


2 


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"Those of us who watched Coach Friedgen for all those years as an assistant knew that if any school would 
finally have the good sense to hire him, he would be a dynamite head coach. His first three years at Maryland have 
certainly proven that to be true. 

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

-Tony Barnhart, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 



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 Friedgen pupil, Shawn Jones (1989-92). Friedgen 
was a finalist for the Broyles Award as the nation's top 
assistant coach in 1998 when the Rambling Wreck set a 
then-school record with 50 touchdowns. 

The first Maryland alum since Bob Ward (1967-68) to 
serve as the Terps' head football coach, Friedgen originally 
came to Maryland as a quarterback in the mid-'60s and 
spent most of his career as an offensive lineman, lettering 
in 1966 and '68 and capturing Academic AII-ACC honors. 
He was a two-time winner of the George C. Cook Memorial 
Award (1968-69) for having the highest academic average 
on the football team. 

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 
qame runninq 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 Gloria Spina, have 
three daughters: Kelley, Kristina 
and Katie. Gloria is currently the 
Coordinator of Alumni Affairs 
and Outreach for the College of 
Health and Human Performance 
at Maryland while both she and 
Coach Friedgen serve on that 
college's Board of Visitors. Kelley is 
in her second year as an associate 
at Arnold and Porter in D.C., 
specializing in pharmaceutical 
and medical device law; Kristina 
is in her third year in the theater 
program at Maryland; and Katie 
will be attending her first year of 
college at Maryland, majoring 
in the fall of 2006. 



On Friedgen... 



"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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IName 


Ralph Harry Fnedgen 


inunciation 


FREE-jun 


;e of Birth 


April 4, 1947 


metown 


Harrison, NY 


na Mater 


Maryland, 70 


nily 


Wife, Gloria; daughters, Kelley (29), 
Knstina (20). Katie (18) 


lying Experience 


Guard, two letters at Maryland 
(1966 and 68) 


ars in Coaching (College) 


37 (32) 



OACHING 
XPERIEIMCE 

laryland 

36- 

01-05 



Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator 



Head Coach 



eorgia Tech 

97-2000 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 

an Diego Chargers 

34-96_ Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator 

32-93 Assistant Coach - Running Game 

Co ordinator/H-Backs/Tight Ends 
eorgia Tech 

37-9 1 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordina tor/Quarterbacks 
laryland 
B2-86 Assistant Coach 



Offensive Coordinator/ 
Offensive Line 



lurray State 

31 



Assistant Head Coach 



filliam & Mary 

80 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator 



he Citadel 

77-79 

73-76 



Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator 
Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 



laryland 

| 69-72 



Graduate Assistant 



tALPH FRIEDGEN'S 
tOWL HISTORY 

J Overall, 2-1 as a head coach 

;ars as head coach in bold) 

B2 - Aloha Bowl (Washington 21 , Maryland 20) 

83 - Citrus Bowl (Tennessee 30, Maryland 23) 

84 - Sun Bowl (Maryland 28, Tennessee 27) 

85 - Cherry Bowl (Maryland 35, Syracuse 18) 

90 - Citrus Bowl (Georgia Tech 45, Nebraska 21) 

91 -Aloha Bowl (Georgia Tech 18, Stanford 17) 

97 - Carquest Bowl (Georgia Tech 35, West Virginia 30) 

98 - Gator Bowl (Georgia Tech 35, Notre Dame 28) 

99 - Gator Bowl (Miami 28. Georgia Tech 13) 

01 - Orange 8owl (Florida 56, Maryland 23) 

02 - Peach Bowl (Maryland 31, Tennessee 3) 



YEAR-BY-YEAR HEAD COACHING RESULTS 

2003 



2001 

10-2-0 (7-0, 3-1, 0-1) • ACC: 7-1-0 


Champions 




S1 North Carolina 


W 


23-7 


44,080 


S8 Eastern Michiqan 


W 


50-3 


42,105 


S22 at Wake Forest 


W 


27-20 


22,372 


S29 West Virqmia 


w 


32-20 


40,166 


06 [251 [] Virqinia 


w 


41-21 


44,197 


011 [22] [15] at Georgia Tech 


W 20-17 (ot) 


40,574 


O20 [12] [-] Duke 


W 


59-17 


43,528 


027 [10] [18] at Florida State 


L 


31-52 


82,565 


N3 [15] [■] Troy Stale 


w 


4/- 14 


38,415 


N10 [J 3] [-] Clemson 


w 


37-20 


52,462 


N17 [10] [-] at NC State 


W 


23-19 


51,500 


FedEx Orange Bowl 


J2 [6] [5] Florida' 


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 [211 vs. Notre Dame' 


L 


0-22 


72,903 


S7 Akron 


W 


44-14 


48,057 


SI4 Florida State 


L 


10-37 


51.758 


S21 E. Michiqan 


W 


45-3 


46,098 


S28 Wofford 


W 


37-8 


44,098 


05 at West Virqinia 


W 


48-17 


66 146 


017 GeorqiaTech 


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 Virqinia 


L 


13-48 


58.358 


N30 [251 Wake Forest 


W 


32-14 


39.005 


Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl 


D31 [181 vs. Tennessee- 1 


W 


30-3 


68,330 


' at East Rutherford, N.J. (Giants Stad 

Georgia Dome! 


urn); ' at Atlanta, Ga. 




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



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






A28 [151 at Northern Illinois 


1 


13-21, 'ot, 


28.018 


S6 [11) at Flonda State 


L 


10 35 


82,885 


S13 The Citadel 


W 


61-0 


51 504 


S20 West Virginia 


w 


34-7 


51 073 


S27 at E. Michigan 


w 


37-13 


19.628 


04 Clemson 


,'/ 


21-7 


51545 


011 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 


20-24 


53,800 


N29 at Wake Forest 


w 


41-28 


18.783 


Toyota Gator Bowl 


J1 [23] [20] vs West Virginia' 


vV 


41-7 


78,892 


' at Jacksonville, Fla. 


2004 

5-6-0 (4-2, 1-4) • ACC: 3-5-0, T-8th 


S4 [22] [-1 Northern Illinois 


w 


23-20 


51,830 


S11 [231 H Temple 


w 


45-22 


51,292 


S18 [211 [71 at West Virqinia 


L 


16-19 (ot) 


60,358 


S25 [231 [-1 -at Duke 


w 


55-21 


16,298 


09 [23] [-1 -GeorqiaTech 


L 


7-20 


52,733 


016 • N.C. State 


L 


3-13 


52,179 


023 • at Clemson 


L 


7-10 


78,000 


O30 [-1 [51 -Florida State 


w 


20-17 


52,203 


N6 [-1 [121 * at Virqinia 


L 


0-16 


63 072 


N18 [-] [151 • at Virqinia Tech 


L 


6-55 


65 115 


N27 -Wake Forest 


W 


13-7 


48,226 


2005 

5-6-0 (1-4, 3-2, 1-0) • ACC: 3-5-0 '-4th Atlantic Division 


S3 vs. Navy ' 


W 


23-20 


67,809 


S10 [-1 [251 -Clemson 


L 


24-28 


50 609 


S17 West Virqinia 


L 


19-31 


52,413 


S24 -at Wake Forest 


W 


22-12 


26 322 


01 [-1 [191 -Virqinia 


W 


45-33 


52 656 


08 at Temple 


w 


38-7 


11,311 


O20 [-1 [31 -Virqinia Tech 


L 


9-28 


54 536 


029 [-] [101 -at Flonda State 


L 


27-35 


82,626 


N12 • at North Carolina 


W 


33-30 (ot) 


50,000 


N19 [-1 [231 • Boston Colleqe 


L 


16-31 


51,585 


N26 • at NC State 


L 


14-20 


52 312 



' at Baltimore, Md. (M&T Bank Stadium) 




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



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A 41 -20 record in his first five 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 1 of their last 1 1 games. Only the 1 976 
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 2003 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 by the Associated Press A year 
ago, the Terps were ranked 13th in both polls and in 
2001 the team finished 10th in the ESPN/USA Today 
poll and 1 1 th in the AP standings. It was the program's 
best three-year ranking finish since 1974-76 (when the 
Terps finished 13th, 13th and eighth). 

Friedgen is the second-most successful fifth-year 
coach in ACC history, with his 41-20 mark eclipsing 
those of such former league mentors as Bobby Ross 
and Lou Holtz. Friedgen is currently 18th among all 
active coaches for Division l-A victories. 

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

A 25-1 5 (.625) Atlantic Coast 
Conference record, including a 7-1 mark 
in 2001 when the Terps became the first 
team other than Florida State to win an 
outright ACC title since the Seminoles 
joined the league, and a 6-2 mark and 
runner-up finish in 2002. 



Twenty-four wins in 31 games at Byrd Stadium, where 
the Terps averaged a school-record 52,426 fans in 
2005. 

The program's first major national award winner 
since '74 in linebacker E.J. Henderson, a two-time 
consensus first team All-American who was named the 
winner of the Dick Butkus Award (nation's outstanding 
linebacker) and the Chuck Bednarik Trophy (nation's 
outstanding defensive player) in 2002. 




Back-to-back school records in number of first team 
AII-ACC performers in 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. 

Three-straight seasons of over 31 ,000 season tickets 
sold (2004-present). 

Back-to-back school scoring records (2001 and 2002] 
and a two-year team scoring average of more than 3^ 
points per game in those seasons. 

A NCAA-low four passing touchdowns allowed in 200 
The defense also had four-straight seasons (2001- 
2004) where is allowed 20 points or less a contest. 

Seventeen Terps earning All-American recognition, 
including two first teamers (Vernon Davis and D'Qwel 
Jackson) in 2005. 

Three of the last five ACC Defensive Players of the 
Year. 

Twenty-seven national TV appearances, including a 
school-record eight showings in 2002. (The Terrapins 
played on national television or ABC Regional a tot; 
of six times in 2005). 




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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. 




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




Friedgen, winner of the 1999 Frank Broyles Award as 
(he 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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DEF. COORDINATOR/INSIDE LINEBACKERS 

CHRIS COSH 

VIRGINIA TECH 83 • SECOND YEAR AT MARYLAND 






Chris Cosh enters 
his first year as defensive 
coordinator and inside 
linebackers coach at 
Maryland. The 2006 
season will be his 25th 
as a full-time coach at the 
collegiate level and the second of his career in College 
Park. 

Cosh comes to College Park after spending the last 
two seasons as a linebackers coach at Kansas State. The 
Wildcats defense ranked 32nd nationally in 2005 allowing 
an average of 128.9 yards per game in one of the nation's 
toughest-running conferences. Junior linebacker Brandon 
Archer was an honorable mention All-Big 12 selection, an 
honor which came a year after Cosh helped coach the 
newcomer to second team honors in his first year as a 
starter. 

In the four years prior to his trek to Manhattan, Kan., 
Cosh served under Lou Holtz as linebackers coach (1999- 
2002) and defensive coordinator (2003) at South Carolina. 
In his tenure, he helped produce some of the Southeastern 
Conference's top linebackers, Kalimba Edwards (two-time 



first team All-SEC, Butkus and Lombardi Awards finalist in 
2001) among them. His success as a position coach also 
included ultimate New York Jets first round pick and Pro 
Bowler John Abraham (1999) and freshman All-American 
Lance Laurey (2002). 

In addition to serving under coaching legends Snyder 
and Holtz (who he also worked under as a graduate assistant 
at Virginia Tech), Cosh was the defensive coordinator at 
Michigan State under current Miami Dolphins head coach 
Nick Saban. In that 1998 season, the Spartans upset No. 
1 Ohio State and knocked off Notre Dame. Cosh's unit 
helped spark those wins with the 10th-ranked pass defense 
in the nation. 

Cosh's current stint at Maryland is his second, as he 
coached the Terp linebackers in 1997 while also heading up 
the team's recruiting efforts. In that lone year at Maryland, 
linebackers Eric Barton and Kendal Ogle finished second 
and third, respectively, in the ACC in tackles. The greatest 
testament to his skill as a coach of linebackers may have 
come in his previous job at Illinois (1992-96) when he 
coached Dana Howard (1994) and Kevin Hardy (1995) 
to consecutive Butkus Awards while also coaching DE 
Simeon Rice while a defensive coordinator to consensus 
All-America honors. 



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A former linebacker who earned his bachelo 
degree in physical education from Virginia Tech in 19! 
Cosh also got his start in coaching in Blacksburg. He th 
made five different stops (Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Southe. 
Missouri State, UNLV and two at Minnesota) before settli 
in at Illinois with all but one full-time job working either 
defensive coordinator or linebackers coach. 

Born May 12, 1959, Cosh and his wife, Mary, ha 1 
two sons, James Joseph and Billy. Cosh is a native 
Washington, D.C., and graduated from Bishop McNamE 
High School in Forestville, Md. 



The Cosh File 

Personal 



Date of Birth: 


May 12, 1959 


Hometown: 


Washington, D.C. 


Alma Mater: 


Virginia Tech, 83 


Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2006- Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator/ 
Inside Linebackers 


1997 


Assistant Coach - Inside Linebackers/ 
Recruiting Coordinator 


Kansas State 

2004-05 


Assistant Coach - Linebackers 


South Carolina 

2003 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator/ 
Linebackers Coach 


1999-2002 


Assistant Coach - Linebackers 


Michigan State 

1 998 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 


Illinois 

1995-96 


Asssistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator/ 
Linebackers Coach 


1994 


Assistant Head Coach/Linebackers Coach 


1991-92 


Assistant Coach - Linebackers 


Minnesota 

1991 


Assistant Coach - Linebackers 


1984 


Graduate Assistant 


UNLV 

1990 


Assistant Coach - Linebackers 


Southeast Missouri State 

1 989 Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 



Wisconsin-Oshkosh 

1 985-88 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 

Virginia Tech 

1983 Student Assistant 

Playing Experience 

Virginia Tech Football (linebacker), 1977-81 



Recruiting Areas 

Maryland (pnvate schools and Anne Arundel County), Wash- 
ington D C. and Northern Ohio 



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TIM BANKS 




CENTRAL MICHIGAN '95 • FOURTH YEAR AT MARYLAND 



Tim Banks enters 
his fourth season at the 
University of Maryland, 
assuming the role of 
secondary coach after 
serving his first three 
seasons as the Terrapins' 
nside linebackers coach. Banks came to College Park 
v om the University of Memphis. 

In his first three seasons with the Terps, Banks 
elped coach a linebacking unit that was one of the keys to 
defense that has been consistently among the national 
,;aders since 2001. Under his tutelage, D'Qwell Jackson 
arned first team AII-ACC honors in 2004 and 2005 while 
eing named the league's Defensive Player of the Year as 
senior. A Bednarik Award finalist in 2005, Jackson led 
,ie ACC as a junior and senior and finished second in the 
ICAA in tackles as a senior with 137. The Terp defense 
anked 21" nationally in 2004 and 15'" in 2003 while 
casting the nation's sixth-best scoring defense (15.6 ppg) 
I that inaugural season for Banks. 

Banks joined the Memphis staff when former 
;iemson head coach Tommy West took the reins of the 
Iger program in '01 . He oversaw outside linebackers in his 



The Banks File 



Personal 

Date of Birth 
Hometown: 



December 16, 197 1 
Detroit, Mich 



Alma Mater: 



Central Michigan, 94 



Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2006 - Assistant Coach - S econdary 



2003-05 



Assistant Coach - Inside Linebackers 



Memphis 

2002 Assistant Coach - Comerbacks 

2001 Assistant Coach - Outside Linebacke rs 

Bowling Green 

2000 Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 

1999 Assistant Coach - Running Bac ks 

Ferris State University 

1 997-98 Assistant Coa ch - D efensive B acks 

Bowling Green 

1996 Graduate Assistant - Defense 

Playing Experience 

Central Michigan University 

1991-94 Football (comerback) 

Recruiting Areas 

Maryland (Calvert, Charles, St. Mary's and Baltimore 
Counties: Baltimore city). Central Florida. Detroit (Mich.) 
and Geor gia 



first season in Memphis before taking over as comerbacks 
coach for the 2002 campaign. In his first season coaching 
comerbacks, the Tigers finished ninth in Division l-A in 
pass defense, allowing an average of just 165.8 yards per 
game. 

Now entering his 11th year of coaching at the 
collegiate level, Banks is another Terrapin coach with ties 
to recently-retired defensive coordinator Gary Blackney. 
Prior to his being hired at Memphis, Banks served as 
defensive backs coach at Bowling Green State under 
Blackney where he coached defensive backs. In Banks' 
first season coaching the secondary at Bowling Green, the 
Falcons posted immediate results, tripling 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. 





Tim and Robin Banks 



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 Ferns State University in Big Rapids. 
Mich. In his two seasons, he worked as the Bulldogs' 
defensive backs coach while also having a hand in the 
passing game and special teams. 

A four-year letterwinner at comerback 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-MAC honors as a junior 
and a senior while also being named his team's most 
valuable defensive back in those seasons. A 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 married in 1994. 



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DELAWARE '89 • SECOND YEAR AT MARYLAND 




Bryan Bossard is in his 
second year as wide 
receivers coach at 
Maryland after joining the 
staff in March, 2005. 

In his first season in 
College Park, Bossard's 
troops had the strongest campaign of any in Ralph 
Friedgen's first five years. In fact, it had not been since the 
pass-happy days of 1993 that the Terrapins had three wide 
receivers with 34 or more receptions, a feat accomplished 
by the 2005 group of senior receivers (Melendez (40), 
Walker (35) and Fenner (34)). This on the heels of a unit 
whose leader posted just 23 catches the year before. 

Bossard came to the Terps after a three-year stint 
at nearby Delaware where his 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 1 5-1 record 



The Bossard File 



Personal 

Date of Birth 



June 29, 1967 



Hometown 


Dover, Del. 


Alma Mater 


Delaware, '89 


Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2005- Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 


Delaware 

2002-04 
1994-98 
1990 


Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 

Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 

Graduate Assistant - Defensive Backs 


Wyoming 

2000-01 


Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 


U.S. Military Academy 

1999 Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 


Bucknell 
1992-93 


Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 


West Chester 

1992 


Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 



Morehouse College 

1991 A ssistant Coa ch - Defe nsive Backs 

Glasgow High School 

1989 Assistant Coach -Running Back s/Defensive Backs 

Playing Experience 

Delaware 

1985-88 Defensive Back 

Recruiting Areas 

Maryland (Prince Georges County), Washington D.C., 
Eastern Pennsylvania an d Dela ware. 



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 s1 , 5.91) and receiving yards per game (2T, 
82.1). 

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* 1 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 coacf 
Bossard served one year as an assistant coach at Glasgow 
High School in Newark, Del., helping lead his team to th 
state title in his only season. 

In addition to his coaching at the collegiate leve 
Bossard also served summer coaching internships wil 
the National Football League's Chicago Bears in 1996 an 
'97. 

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

Bossard graduated from Delaware in 1989 with 
bachelor's degree in agricultural business managemen 
He and his wife, Kimber, have a three-year old son, Xen. 




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DELAWARE '72 • SIXTH YEAR AT MARYLAND 



Tom Brattan is in his sixth 
season as the Terps' 
offensive line coach. He 
boasts 34 years of coaching 
experience, including 24 at 
the collegiate level. 

The Maryland offen- 
ve line has been one of the strengths under Brattan since 
001, producing six first team AII-ACC performers and a 
andful of other players honored by both the conference 
nd national media. In 2006, the Terps will return four 
carters to an offensive line with arguably more depth and 
ilent than any the team has produced in Brattan's tenure. 
In that five-year span. Brattan's accomplishments 
ave been noteworthy to say the least. In 2005, he 
lentored a first-year player in Jared Gaither to third team 
eshman All-America honors and helped a young line to 



The Brattan File 



Personal 

Date of Birth 
Hometown 
Alma Mater 
Pronunciation 



Octobe r 14, 19 50 
Newark, Del. 



Delaware, 72 



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Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2001- Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 



Stanford 

1999-2000 

Northwestern 

1997-98 

1992-98 



Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 
(centers and guards) 

Assistant Head Coach 
Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 



William & Mary 

1984-91 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator/ 

Offensive Line 
1983 Assistant Coach - Offensive Backfield 



Highland Springs (Va.) High School 
1979-82 



Head Coach 



Lloyd C. Bird (Va.) High School 
1978 



Head Coach 



McKean (Del.) High School 
1977 



Head Coach 



Highland Springs (Va.) High School 

1973-75 Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 



Delaware 
1972 



Graduate Assistant 



Playing Experience 

Delaware 

1971 Center 

Recruiting Areas 

Southeast Virginia (RichmondfTidewater). Georgia and 
metropolitan Chicago. 





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a season that helped 
Lance Ball to second 
team AII-ACC recognition 
at tailback, all despite 
losing its top player (OT 
Stephon Heyer) prior to 
the season. The season 
was reminiscent of the 
2003 campaign when an 
injury-plagued unit still 
produced the nation's 
24"'-best rushing offense, 
allowed just 20 sacks and 
had a first team AII-ACC 
performer in C.J. Brooks. 

In previous 

seasons, the Terp line 
has had similar success. 

In 2002, Brattan had four of five linemen earn AII-ACC 
recognition while the team had the ACC's second-rated 
rushing attack (198.8 ypg) and scoring offense (32.2 ppg) 
while allowing a paltry 21 sacks in 14 games. In his first 
year of 2001, the Terps averaged 35.5 points per game, 
allowed just 18 sacks and paved the way for a 1,242-yard 
season from Doak Walker finalist Bruce Perry. In doing so, 
Melvin Fowler earned AII-ACC recognition en route to being 
drafted by the Browns in the third round and Todd Wike 
also earned a first team all-league nod. 

Prior to coming to Maryland. Brattan spent two years 
at Stanford University, where he served as the Cardinal's 
line coach in charge of centers and guards. Of the two years 
Brattan spent with the Cardinal, 1999 was the brightest. 
Stanford went 8-4 that season and had wins over Arizona, 
UCLA, Oregon State and Notre Dame on the way to a Rose 
Bowl bid. The '99 Stanford offense scored at least 31 points 
in all but three games and hit the 50-point plateau three 
times. That year, Brattan's offensive line allowed just 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. In that time, the Tribe advanced to the 
NCAA Division l-AA playoffs on three occasions. From 
1986 to 1990, William & Mary earned national rankings 
in three seasons (No. 9 in 1986; No. 13 in 1989; No. 7 
in 1990). The success was largely a product of Brattan's 
offensive design as his unit ranked in the top 20 in offense 
in 1985 and '86, while it had the top-rated attack in Division 
l-AA for the 1 990 season and the sixth-best in '91 . 

Brattan took his success at the l-AA level to his next 
job, Northwestern, where he resided from 1992-98 as 
offensive line coach. In Brattan's first three years at the 



Megan, Tom, Anne, Kristen and Kate Brattan 



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 that season — despite 
the Rose Bowl loss — ranked seventh in the nation with 
a 10-2 record. Brattan's offensive line allowed just eight 
sacks all year while helping propel Darnell Autry to a new 
school rushing record. Northwestern finished fifth nationally 
that season in rushing. 

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

Brattan got his start in coaching as a graduate 
assistant at his alma mater. Delaware, in 1972. After one 
year in Newark, he took his first full-time coaching post at 
Highland Springs (Va.) High School as an offensive line 
coach. After three years (1973-75) at Highland Spnngs, 
he moved back to his home state and took his first head 
coaching job at McKean High School in 1977. He spent 
one year at McKean - the same high school that helped 
produce Maryland legend Randy White - before moving 
back to Virginia and taking over as the head coach at 
Lloyd C. Bird High School. After serving at Bird in 1978, he 
returned to Highland Springs — this time as a head coach 
— for his final four years ( 1 979-82) at the prep level . 

A native of Newark, Del., Brattan is a 1972 graduate 
of his hometown school where he earned his bachelor's 
degree in history and later earned his master's degree 
in education in 1977. He was a member of the Blue Hen 
football team and earned a varsity letter in 1971. He and 
his wife, Anne, have three children — Kristen, Kate and 
Megan, a current Maryland student. 




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JOHNS HOPKINS '97 • SIXTH YEAR AT MARYLAND 




John Donovan is 
in his sixth season at 
Maryland and his first 
as quarterbacks coach. 
Donovan spent his first 
four years with the Terps 
as assistant recruiting 
coordinator, last year mentoring the running backs and was 
named quarterbacks coach in June of 2006. 

Donovan's first year as a full time assistant at the 
Division l-A level was a strong one. His unit came into 2005 
as a question mark with no returning starter and without 
the services of Josh Allen. In the end, Donovan got strong 
performances from Mario Merrills and Keon Lattimore and 
ultimately found a viable starter in Lance Ball. Ball ended 
up rushing for over 100 yards in four of the team's final 
seven games, earning second team AII-ACC honors along 
the way. 

Prior to taking over as running backs coach, 
Donovan's position in the recruiting department included 
maintaining and organizing the Terrapins' recruiting 
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 from 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 



The Donovan File 



Personal 

Date of Birth: 

Hometown: 

Alma Mater: 



September 11, 1974 



River Edge, N.J. 
Johns Hopkins University, '97 



Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2005 Running Backs 

2001-04 Assis tant Recruiting Co ordinator 

Georgia Tech 

1998-2 001 Graduate Assistant -Offense 

Villanova University 

1997-98 



Assistantjecondary Coach 



Playing Experience 

Johns Hopkins University 

1993 96 Foo tball (defensive back] 

Recruiting Areas 

Maryland (Cecil and Harford Counties), Southern New 
Jersey, Southern and Central Ohio. 



assistant at Georgia Tech for three years, working directly 
with then-offensive coordinator Ralph Friedgen. In that 
time, he broke down all opponent game film, assisted with 
coaching quarterbacks (1998) and the offensive line (1999- 
2000) while helping Friedgen 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 Friedgen 
departed at the end of the 2000 season 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. 





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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 
l-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 
worked as a training 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 married the 
former Stacey Spicer of Potomac, Md., in May, 2005. The 
couple had their first child, John Patrick, in May of 2006. 



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Ray Rychleski is in his sixth 
year as Maryland's special 
teams coordinator and tight 
ends/H-backs coach. He is 
in his 27th year of coaching 
overall, and his 25th at the 
collegiate level. 
The last two seasons were special ones for Rychleski 
as a tight ends coach. He helped harness the extreme 
physical talents of Vernon Davis, resulting in Davis being 
the team's leading receiver in 2004 and the ACC's leading 
receiver in 2005. Davis went on to become the first tight 
end in school history named first team AH-American by the 
Associated Press and was ultimately the sixth overall pick 
of the NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers, highest by a 
Terrapin since Randy White in 1975. 

On special teams in 2005, Rychleski helped produce 
a kicker in Dan Ennis -- who had never played football prior 



The Rychleski File 



Personal 

Date of Birth 

Hometown 

Alma Mater 

Pronunciation 



September 27, 1957 
Old Forge, Pa. 

Millersville (Pa.], 79 
nch-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 CpordiratpjVtefensjve Backs 
Toronto Argonauts 

Summer, 1992 V olunteer Assistant Coach - Defense 
Penn State 

1991 Graduate Assistant - Offensive Line 

Northeastern 

1 989-90 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator/ 

Inside Lineba ckers 
Temple 
1981-88 



GA/ Assistant Coach - 
Outside Linebackers and Rovers 



Neshaminy (Pa.) High School 



1980 



Head Coach - Freshman Team 



Manheim (Pa.) Township High School 

1 979 Assistant Coach - Quarterbacks/Defensive Backs 



Recruiting Areas 

Maryland (Cecil and Harford Counties; Western Mary- 
land), North Carolina and West Virginia 



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to college - and got the team a respectable season from 
him including 1 1 -straight field goals to start the year. Punter 
Adam Podlesh was again solid, earning second team All- 
ACC honors for the third consecutive season and finishing 
13th nationally in puntin average (43.6). The year previous, 
Nick Novak became the Atlantic Coast Conference's all- 
time leading scorer with 393 points (tied for fifth in NCAA 
history) while return man Steve Suter set the all-time ACC 
record for punt return yards as he finished his career with 
1,271. 

In 2003, Rychleski's tight ends and special teamers 
both made headway. 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 semifmalist. 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 '02, 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 16th in scoring, and Brooks Barnard led the ACC in 
punting and finished 12th nationally with a 43.1 -yard 
average. But while the Terrapin return game was neariy 
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. 



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 descnbed 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 
coach. For the three years pnor to becoming tight ends 
coach and special teams coach (1996-98), he worked with 
WFU's outside linebackers. During 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 teams 
coordinator and defensive backs coach at East Stroudsburg 
University where he helped the Warriors to their best record 
in 13 years. After his brief stint there, he left for Wake Forest 
in 1993. 

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






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AL SEAMONSON 

WISCONSIN 82 • SIXTH YEAR AT MARYLAND 




Al Seamonson is in 
his sixth season as outside 
linebackers coach for the 
Terrapins. He also assists 
Ray Rychleski in working 
with special teams. 

In five years in College 
Park, Seamonson has quickly gained the respect of pundits 
and peers as an outstanding, organized defensive football 
coach. 

Last season, Seamonson helped David Holloway to 
another productive year (61 tackles, 4.5 TFLs, 3.0 sacks) 
from his "Sam" spot while working to replace one of the 
defense's top players of the year in Shawne Merriman. 
Merriman was a first team AII-ACC pick in '04 and 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 and 
the eventual NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year. In addition, 
Holloway - a former walk-on - was one of the pleasant 
surprises of the season as he finished fifth on the team in 
tackles and tied for the team lead in fumble recoveries in his 
first year as a starter. 

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). Merriman finished the season with 



The Seamonson File 



Personal 

Date of Birth 



Septe mber 7, 1959 



Hometown 



Stouqhton, Wis. 



Alma Mater 



Wisconsin, '82 



Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2001 ■ Assistant Coach - Outside Linebackers/ 

Special Teams Assistant 
Bowling Green 

2000 Assistant Coach - 

Special Teams Coordinator/Linebackers 
The Citadel 

1987-99 Assistant Coach - Special Teams Coordinator/ 
Linebackers/Wide Receivers 
United States Military Academy (Army) 
1 985-86 Assistant Coach - Linebackers 

Wisconsin 

1 983-84 Graduate Assistant - Defensive Backs 

1 982-8 3 P a rt-Time Assist ant Coach - Wide Receivers 

Playing Experience 

Wisconsin 

1978-81 Wide Receiver 

Recruiting Area s 

Northern and Western Virginia, South Carolina and North 
Florida 



the second-most sacks in the ACC. In '02, he helped coach 
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 Sporting 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 23 years of collegiate coaching 
experience. Prior to coming to Maryland, he spent the 
2000 season at Bowling Green State University — where 
he worked under former Terp defensive coordinator Gary 
Blackney — as the Falcons' special teams coordinator 
and linebackers coach. In his lone year at Bowling Green, 
Seamonson helped the Falcons produce a defensive unit 
that ranked fourth in the MAC in rushing defense and total 
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 former 
Terp offensive coordinator Charlie Taaffe and worked 
alongside current defensive line coach Dave Sollazzo. He 
helped coach five linebackers to All-Southern Conference 
honors and one (J.J. Davis) to an appearance in the Senior 
Bowl. The highlight of his tenure was in 1992 when the 
Bulldogs led Division I- 
AA in scoring 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. 

Born 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 1 977. He 
and his wife, Kristi, have three children: Kylen, Kalvin and 
Karter. 




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DEFENSIVE LINE/RECRUITING COORDINATOR B 

DAVE SOLLAZZO 

THE CITADEL '77 • SEVENTH YEAR AT MARYLAND 




Dave Sollazzo is in 
his seventh season as 
defensive line coach 
and second season as 
recruiting coordinator at the 
University of Maryland. It is 
his ninth season overall at 
the university as he was a volunteer defensive line coach 
for the Terps in 1 986 and '87 as well as a graduate assistant 
in 1984. In his five years with the Terps, Sollazzo's unit has 
been one of the most overachieving groups on the team. 

Last year, Maryland's defensive line was one 
somewhat in transition but the unit again played well. 
Conrad Bolston had his best season, leading the team with 
5.0 sacks and the team found what appears to be a player 
it will count on for years to come in first-year player Jeremy 
Navarre (25 tackles, 2.5 TFLs), a converted fullback. 

In 2004, the Terrapin defense ranked 21st nationally, 
giving up an average of 315.3 yards per game. Though 



The Sollazzo File 



Personal 

Date of Birth 
Hometown 
Alma Mater 
Pronunciation 



December 24, 1955 



Harnson, NY. 



The Citadel, 77 



so-LAH-zo 



Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2005- Assistant Coach - Defensive Line/ 

Recruiting Coordinator 

2001-04 Assistant Coach - Defensive Line/NFL Liaison 



Georgia Tech 

1999-2000 
The Citadel 
1989-98 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Tackles 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 



Graduate Assistant - Linebackers 



Guilford (N.C.) College 

1988 Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 

Maryland 

1 986- 87 Volunteer Assistant Coach ■ Defensive Line 

Stratford (S.C.) High School 

1985 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 

Maryland 

1984 

North Charleston (S.C.) High School 

1983 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 

Fori Johnson (S.C.) High School 

19 78-82 Assistant Coach ■ Defensive Coordinator 

Playing Experience 

The Citadel 

1973-76 Defensive line 

Recruiting Areas 

Maryland (Howard and Montgomery Counties), Northern 
New Jersey, Eastern New Yorfr and Co nne cticut 



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 
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. 




Dave, Ellen and Christopher Sollazzo 




Prior to his current stint 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, Sollazzo coached Brad 
Keeney to All-Amenca 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 sixth 
in pass efficiency defense. In 1997. he was a part of an 
impressive defensive effort in which the Bulldogs finished 
their season by not allowing a touchdown in their final 13 
quarters. 

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

Sollazzo was born in the same hometown as 
Fnedgen. Harrison. N.Y., on Christmas Eve. 1955. 
and earned his degree from The Citadel in 1977. He is 
married to the former Ellen Beloin of Farmington. Conn. 
The couple's first child. Christopher Francis, was bom in 
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PHIL ZACHARIAS 

SALEM COLLEGE '81 • FIRST YEAR AT MARYLAND 




Phil Zacharias is in 
his first season coaching 
running backs at Maryland. 
He joined the Terps in June, 
2006. 

Zacharias possesses 
a wealth of experience, his 
resume dotted with successful stints at both the professional 
and collegiate levels. He spent the 2005 season working 
with the defensive line at Temple and the 2006 campaign 
will be his 26th year in coaching (20 as a college coach). 



The Zacharias File 



Personal 

Date of Birth 



February 12, 1959 



Hometown 
Alma Mater 



Sewickley. Pa 



Salem College 



Pronunciation 



zak-uh-RYE-us 



Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2 006- Assistant Coach - Running Backs 



Temple 

2005 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 



Baltimore Ravens 

2002-04 Defensive Assistant/Outside Linebackers 

Notre Dame 

2002 Assistant Coach - Linebackers/Special Teams 



Stanford 

1995-2001 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Ends/ 
Special Teams Coordinator 



Los Angeles Rams 
1994 



Intern 



Rutgers 

1991-93 



Assistant Coach - Outside Linebackers 



Eastern Michigan 

1989-90 Assistant Coach - Outside Linebackers 

Morehead State 

1986-88 Assistant Coach - Linebackers, Special Teams 
and Def. Coord. 



Graduate Assistant - Defense 



North Carolina 

1985 

St. Paul's College (Va.) 

1982-84 Assistant Coach - Seco ndary 

Georgetown College (Ky.) 

1981 Assistant Coach - Linebackers 

Playing Experience 

Salem College 

1977-80 Running Back/Linebacker 

Recruiting Areas 

Maryland (Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne's. Somer- 
set, Worchester and Wicomico counties), upstate New York, 
Canada, Massachussetts and Rhode Island 



Zacharias, 47, has spent his coaching career prior 
to this season on the defensive side of the ball while 
also working with special teams. He joined the Baltimore 
Ravens in 2002 as a defensive line assistant and coached 
outside linebackers in 2003 before serving as defensive 
assistant in 2004. In 2003, linebacker Terrell Suggs was 
named Defensive Rookie of the Year and fellow linebackers 
Peter Boulware and Adalius Thomas were both selected to 
the Pro Bowl. Thomas was the conference's special teams 
selection. In 2004, the Ravens ranked sixth in the National 
Football League in total defense and had four defensive 
players selected to the Pro Bowl (Suggs, safety Ed Reed, 
linebacker Ray Lewis and cornerback Chris McAlister). 

Prior to his move into the NFL ranks, Zacharias spent 
seven years at Stanford (1995-2001), directing defensive 
ends and special teams under Tyrone Willingham In four of 
his seven seasons, he coached a Pac-10 leader in sacks. 
Under his tutelage, the Cardinal ranked second nationally in 
punt returns (2001) and kickoff returns (1995). In addition, 
Zacharias tutored first team All-America kick returner Luke 
Powell and Lombardi Award finalist Kailee Wong, a second- 
round selection of the Minnesota Vikings. 



No stranger to success at the college level, Zacharias' 
stops have included trips to the Rose, Sun, Liberty and 
Seattle bowl games. 

Zacharias began his coaching career at Georgetown 
(Kentucky) College in 1981 as a secondary coach before 
moving to Saint Paul College in Virginia, where he 
monitored defensive backs from 1982-84. He also served 
as an assistant at North Carolina (graduate assistant, 1 985), 
Morehead State (defensive coordinator, 1988; outside 
linebackers and special teams, 1987; strength coach and 
outside linebackers, 1986), Eastern Michigan (outside 
linebackers, 1989-90), Rutgers (outside linebackers, 1991- 
93) and Asbury Park (N.J.) HS (defensive coordinator, 
1994). 

A four-year letterwinner at Salem College (W.Va.), 
Zacharias earned a bachelor's degree in physical 
education and health in 1981 before receiving his master's 
in education at Georgetown College in 1982. He attended 
Quaker Valley High School in Leetsdale, Pa., where he 
played football, baseball and ran track. 

Zacharias was born February 12, 1959, in Sewickley, 
Pa. He and his wife Linda have a 15-year old son 
Jameson. 




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DIRECTOR OF STRENGTH S CONDITIONING 

DWIGHT GALT 





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MARYLAND '81 • 17TH YEAR AT MARYLAND 



Dwight Gall, a member 
of the Terps' strength 
staff since 1989, is in his 
17th year at Maryland 
and his 12th year as the 
school's director of strength 
and conditioning. His 
esponsibilities include managing the department's three 
veight-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 
lusiness management in 1981 and his master's degree 
■) exercise physiology in 1989 from Maryland, Gait is 
faster Strength and Conditioning Coach (MSCC) certified 
jvith the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches' 
Association and is currently one of just 43 coaches to earn 
jhis distinction. 

Gait began his career at Maryland as an intern 
■trength coach in 1984 and assisted with the training of the 
984 and 1985 ACC champion football teams. In 1989, he 
lecame a full-time assistant strength coach at the university, 
ind for the next three years worked with all of Maryland's 
itercollegiate sports programs. In 1992, Gait became the 
jissistant strength coach for football and he is now in his 1 6" 1 
rear of providing complete athletic development training to 
erp football team members. 

Gait. 48, and his wife Jan are natives of Silver Spnng, 
/td.. and have four children: Angie, Ten, Dwight IV and 
bmmy, with the two boys joining the Terrapin football team 
|i 2005. 





Teri, Tommy, Angie, Deege, Jan and Dwight Gait 



DIRECTOR OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS 

DAN HICKSON 





SECOND YEAR AT MARYLAND 



Dan Hickson is in 
his second season with 
the Terrapins and his first 
as Director of Football 
Operations. He served 
as an assistant recruiting 
coordinator in 2005. 
Hickson gives the Terrapins a presence both as a 
ocal recruiter and as a football mind. He comes to Maryland 
ifter three years as offensive line coach at Georgetown 
Jniversity 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 DC. 

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. 



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Football Video 
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Maryland, '85 



19th Year at 
Maryland 



Ron Ohringer is in his 1 9th year as 
the Terrapins' head equipment manager. Ohringer oversees 
the ordering, inventory, maintenance and distribution of all 
athletic equipment for the university's 27 intercollegiate 
sports programs. While managing the overall equipment 
operation for the entire department, Ohringer primarily 
serves as the football equipment manager on a day-to-day 
basis. 

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

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

Ohringer was married on November 28, 1 992 to Amy 
Brennan. The couple resides in Laurel, Md., and has two 
children: Casey Ryan (9) and Derek James (5). 

KEVIN GLOVER 

^Bk I Director of Character 
Education 

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Maryland, '84 
Third Year at 
Maryland 



A name that 



be familiar to 



Terp and local NFL fans alike, Kevin Glover is in his third 
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-American (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. 



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Catawba College, 

'99 

Third Year at 

Maryland 



Jonah Bassett is in his third year as the Terrapins' 
football video director. His duties entail working with his 
staff to videotape all Maryland practices, scrimmages 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 former 
Terrapin offensive coordinator Charlie 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. 

JOHN KELLEY 

Graduate Assistant 
— Offense 




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Towson, '96 



Second Year at 
Maryland 

John Kelley is in his second 
season with the Maryland football team and his first year 
as the offensive graduate assistant. He served as a video 
intern in 2005. His duties include breaking down opponent 
film, working with the defensive scout team and assisting 
with the offensive line. 

Kelley, the older brother of former Maryland safety/ 
quarterback Chris Kelley, coached at outside linebackers 
at Wesley College in 2004, helping lead the Wolverines to 
an 8-2 mark. Before his stint at Wesley, Kelley served as 
a student assistant to the defensive coordinator at Towson, 
working with the defensive line at his alma mater. 

A 2002 graduate of Towson, Kelley was a defensive 
end for the Tigers in 2001-02, serving as team captain 
his senior year. A native of Germantown., he earned his 
bachelor's degree in sports studies in 2004. 



JOHN 
PACZKOWSKI 




Graduate Assistant 
~ Defense 



The College of New 
Jer sey, '96 



Third Season 







John Paczkowski is in his third 
season with the Maryland football team and his second 
year as the defensive graduate assistant. He served as 
a video intern in 2004. His duties include breaking dowi 
opponent film, working with the offensive scout team an 
assisting with the secondary. 

Prior to coming to Maryland, "Petch" 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 199€ 
graduate of The College of New Jersey where he wa 
a linebacker/defensive end, earning his degree ini 
psychology. 

DARRYL CONWAY 

Assistant AD/ 
Sports Medicin e 
Delaware '93 
Third 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 
oversees 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, came 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 Florida's 17 varsity sports. At UCF, 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 instructor/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 1 993 to 1 996, Conway was an assistant trainer 
with the NFL's New York Jets. 



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

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

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

BRYAN MATSON 

Head Football 
Trainer 



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Towson, '99 
Second Season 



Bryan Matson is in his second 
^ — *-^^ year as the Terrapins' head football 
ainer. He joined the team just prior to the 2005 season 
id is responsible for the day-to-day medical care of the 
■wtball team. Matson supervises a staff of staff assistant 
Ithletic trainers, and student athletic trainers at the Gossett 
sam House athletics training room, overseeing the team's 
ijury treatment at practices, games and in rehabilitation. 

Matson comes to Maryland after two years serving in 
'ie same capacity with the University of Cincinnati football 
rogram. His travels in the field have included stops at UCF 
nd Florida Hospital in Orlando (2001-03) and as a trainer 
i HEALTHSOUTH (2001 ). While with the Golden Knights, 
'latson worked with football, men's basketball and men's 
'nd women's golf. 

In his current post at Maryland. Matson returns to his 
pots in many respects. A 1999 graduate of Towson with a 
iA in athletic training, he was a student athletic trainer for 
lie Tigers. Also a graduate of Sparrows Point High School 
i Baltimore, Matson went on to earn his M.Ed at Auburn 
j'hile serving as a graduate assistant trainer and working 
.'ith the Tigers' football team. 

Prior to enrolling at Towson, Matson was in the U.S. 
lavy (1991-95), ultimately rising to the rank of Second 
tes Petty Officer. He and his wife, Alii, currently reside in 
'aurel with their son Jake who will turn two in December of 
|006. 

MATT CHARVAT 

Associate Head 

Trai ner 

Baldwin-Wallace '96 
Seventh Year at 



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Matt Charvat is in his seventh 
'ear with the athletic training staff at the University of 
laryland, handling responsibility with the football and 
Somen's basketball teams. Charvat came to College Park 
fter three years on the training staff at Morehead State, 
j'here he worked with the football, women's basketball and 
'aseball teams. 

A native of Hinckley. Ohio. Charvat earned his 
! achelor'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 
10th Year at 
Maryland 




Heather Arianna, Associate 
Director of ASCDU, coordinates the academic support 
services for Terrapin football student-athletes. Arianna, 
who is in her 10th 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 Florida 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. 

GREG CREESE 

Football SID 




Florida St. '94 
Sixth Year at 
Maryland 



tt fj» ^m Greg Creese is in his sixth 

^* — 2—M1 y ear j n ^e Terrapin Athletics Media 
Relations Department. He is Maryland's primary media 
contact for the football program after spending his first 
three seasons working with both the Terp football and 
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 worked with the Aztecs football, women's 
water polo and baseball teams. In his time in the Mountain 
West, he helped lead successful All-America campaigns 
for then-safety Bnan Urlacher (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, Orlando 
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 (6) and Carter (2). 




DAHL IA LEVIN 

^*™^~ l Head Learning 

O Specialist for 

Mr^^k Football 

vL W\ Maryland '99 

W £. Fif * hYearat 

ST 9k Maryland 



Dahlia Levin, head learning specialist for football, 
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 completed 
her master's degree in Education and Jewish Studies. 



SUPPORT STAFF 






Paula Broglio 

Administrative Assistant 




Mona Felder 
Administrative Assistant 





Jess Klaube 

Administrative Assistant 



Teri Smith 

Administrative Assistant 



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Barry Kagan 

Strength & Conditioning 




Marc Heineke 

Strength & Conditioning 





Corliss Fingers 



Nathaniel Park 

Assistant Equipment Manager 





Rob Anthony 
Sports Turf Manager 



Butch Rhoderick 
Maryland State Police 



COACHING STAFF • 49 



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When it comes to coaching aides, the University of 
Maryland football program has been on the cutting 
edge since Ralph Friedgen arrived in 2001. 

The Terrapins were at the forefront in video technol- 
ogy, being one of the first schools to own XOS Tech- 
nologies (formerly known as Pinnacle). All Maryland 
practices and games are digitized into a computer 
system, broken down and tagged and then made into 
a database that can be sorted any way a player or 
coach wants (for example: a game could be sorted by 
all 3rd down plays in the red zone run to the short side 
of the field). Opponent's film is also loaded onto com- 
puters in the Gossett Team House and laptops so 
players and coaches can look at film both in College 
Park and on the road. Every coaches office and 
meeting room has an XOS computer so the Terrapins 
are completely "tapeless" (no video tape, all on 
computer). 

The latest on the technological forefront for the Ter- 
rapins is the simulator the team recently purchased 
from Gridiron Technologies. The Pro Simulator is, at 
its core, is a football video game similar to the popular 
Madden series. But where it differs is that it has 
Maryland's plays and some of its opponent's forma- 
tions loaded so that when players are off the field and 
in their leisure time playing video games, they can be 
reinforcing what is in their playbook that week. The 
system can also grade a player for his decision-making 
and knowledge of the offense or defense. 



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The song remains the same around College Park as 
the 2006 football season approaches for the University of 
Maryland, and so do the questions from those wondering 
what Ralph Friedgen's sixth year on the job will hold. 
Phrased as many different ways as there are blades of 
grass on the Byrd Stadium turf, the query "Do the recent 
5-6 campaigns signal a decline in the Terp program?" will 
continue to be asked until the Terps return to the form of the 
three seasons under Friedgen prior to 2004-05, 

In 2006, Maryland will again field a young team, but 
unlike in the past two seasons, it will be a youthful team that 
has seen its share of work on game day. An experienced 
quarterback, talent and depth on the offensive line and 
at tailback, and arguably the deepest and most versatile 
linebacking corps in the Atlantic Coast Conference are 
among the strengths. 

The primary question comes at wide receiver, where 
the team is extremely talented but equally green, as well as 
in depth and who will start at several other spots, but there 
is no arguing that the pieces are in place for significant 
improvement in the win column. 



"WE HAVE TALENT - WE ARE JUST VERY YOUNG. OUR 
WORK IN THE SUMMER AND THE PRESEASON SHOULD 
HELP THEIR TECHNIQUE AND THINGS LIKE COMING OUT 
OF THEIR CUTS. CATCHING THE BALL WILL COME WITH 
CONFIDENCE. BUT HOW FAST THEY DEVELOP WILL PLAY 
A BIG ROLE IN WHAT KIND OF AN OFFENSE WE ARE." 
RALPH FRIEDGEN 



With the ACC's schedule's strength unquestioned 
year-in and year-out now, the Terrapins will have to earn 
their way to a fourth bowl in Friedgen's tenure. And if 
that is to happen, it will with the man called an "offensive 
mastermind" at the helm as Friedgen will serve as the 
team's offensive coordinator for the first time in his current 
stint with the Terps. 

The following is a position-by-position look at the 
2006 Maryland Terrapins: 







52 • 2006 SEASON PREVIEW 



OFFENSE 

Despite the loss of its most explosive player (Verm 
Davis) a year early to the NFL Draft, the Terrapin offen: 
could be more potent in 2006. 

The Terps return an experienced, hard-worku 
senior quarterback and a young talented signal-call 
eons ahead of where he was when he took the field as 
freshman in 2004. They return an AII-ACC back and a< 
one of the school's all-time leaders in touchdowns wl 
returns from injury. They return the most experienced ai 
talented offensive line in years (which also gets back 
senior scheduled to have been the top player at the positu 
in 2005 but was also lost to injury). Last, but certainly n 
least, its offensive coordinator this season will, for the fir, 
time, be the man who knows the system best - the ms 
who devised it. 

At a glance, there is a single question mark to ' 
entire offense heading into fall. 

"I believe the key to our offense right now is tr 
development of our young wide receivers," said he; 
coach/offensive coordinator Ralph Friedgen. "We ha\ 
talent - we are just very young. Our work in the summ> 
and the preseason should help their technique and thine 
like coming out of their cuts. Catching the ball will corr 
with confidence. But how fast they develop will play a b 
role in what kind of an offense we are." 

They are the tallest, fastest, most athletic group 
receivers Friedgen has had at Maryland. They are also tt 
youngest and least experienced. And though their progre 
will be paramount to the team's success, they are not tt 
lone area of focus. 

"We also have to get better at quarterback than v 
have been the last few years," said Friedgen. "We have he 
the ability to make plays, we need to eliminate mistake 
Heading in, I don't think we are where we have to be, bu 
don't think we are very far off either." 

Quarterback 

Sam Hollenbach's first season as the Terps' start 
was met with mixed reviews. His gunslinger's mental: 
gave Maryland the feeling that it could stay in any gam 
a sentiment not present the season previous. A secoi 
look shows that completing just one pass in the Florn 
State game (he left due to injury) and interceptior 
kept him from leading the league in passing yards ai 
quarterback rating. His other numbers were that got 
(61% completions percentage, 2,539 yards). A year latt 
he is more comfortable in the offense, an injured should! 



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Josh Allen (left) and 

Lance Ball (right) 

could provide the 

Maryland offense with 

a dynamic one-two 

punch at tailback. 



QUARTERBACK 



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Bobby Sheahm 


QB 


6-1 


172 


So. 


RS 


10 


Chris Turner 


QB 


6-3 


217 


Fr. 


RS 


12(d) 


Josh Ports 


QB 


6-3 


200 


So. 


TR 


14 


Sam Hollenbach 


QB 


64 


214 


Sr. 


2V 


16 


Jeremy Ricker 


QB 


6-2 


201 


Fr 


HS 


19(d) 


Jordan Steffy 


QB 


6-1 


214 


So. 


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Sam Hollenbach returns as the incumbent 
starter at quarterback for the Terps in 2006. 



he played the second half of the season with is healed and 
the hope is that the turnovers will be a thing of the past. It 
is with these expectations that he enters the season as the 
clear-cut starter. 

Hollenbach's primary competition for the starting job 
in 2006 will be sophomore Jordan Steffy. Steffy redshirted 
a year ago and in spring showed that he is clearly improved 
from a mental and mechanical standpoint. A complete 
quarterback who throws and runs with equal proficiency, 
Steffy would be a more viable option as the starter if he had 
shown that he could consistently move the offense in the 
spnng. That success came in spurts. Regardless, he gives 
the team the best one-two punch it has had at the position 
in years. 

Behind the top duo will be redshirt freshman Chris 
Turner, sophomore Bobby Sheahin and true freshman 
Jeremy Ricker, with all three having the same stumbling 
block to playing time - experience. Turner is the most 
comfortable at this point in the offensive system and heads 
the group. Sheahin, a transfer from West Virginia prior to 
2005. throws and runs very well but is still working to pick 
up the system. Of the three this year, he is the most likely 
to move closer to the top of the depth chart if he can make 
progress in that department. Ricker is the highest-recruited 
quarterback in Friedgen's tenure and will likely redshirt. 

The last of Maryland's quarterbacks. Josh Portis. will 
be sitting out the season due to NCAA transfer rules. Portis 
spent 2005 at Flonda (as a reserve, he was the Gators' 
fourth-leading rusher) and in his short time at Maryland in 
the spring, he showed that the running skills he displayed 
in Gainesville were no fluke. Also possessing a strong ami. 
this year will serve as a learning experience and if he picks 
up on things well, expect him to be a serious challenger to 
the starting role in '07. 



TAILBACK 

7 J.P Humber 


TB 


6-0 


221 


Sr. 


2V 


20 Morqan Green 


TB 


5-11 


213 


Fr. 


HS 


21 Keon Latbmore 


TB 


5-11 


221 


Jr. 


2V 


23 (d) De'Rel Scott 


TB 


6-0 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


33 Josh Allen 


TB 


5-11 


215 


Sr. 


3V 


40(d) David Akatu 


TB 


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Fr. 


HS 


44 Lance Ball 


TB 


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Jr. 


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"Sam needs to cut down on turnovers, but he knows 
our offense and I have confidence in him," said Friedgen. 
"I am encouraged by our depth this year also and heading 
into future seasons. In the past we have struggled with 
having a senior quarterback leave and there is no one 
ready to step in but I feel like the numbers we have now are 
good for our future at the position as well as for competition 
this year." 

Tailback 

In 2005. the Terps entered a season for the first time 
in nearly a decade without a clear-cut starting tailback. A 
year later, the situation could not be more different. 

Not only does the team return a player who looked 
like an emerging star at the end of last season in second 
team AII-ACC back Lance Ball, but it also returns its top 
breakaway threat since 2002 in senior Josh Allen. Ball 
- the ACC's leading returning rusher (903 yards. 4.8 avg. 
in 05) - is not yet the home run hitter Allen has been in 
his career, but the package he possesses lacks little else. 
He has great balance, quick feet, sees the hole well and is 
a good pass catcher. The objective for Allen in the spring 
was to take it slow and not get hurt but by the end of the 



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"I AM ANXIOUS TO SEE THE PROGRESS OF JOSH ALLEN 
AND WHAT HE CAN BRING BACK TO OUR OFFENSE. IF HE 
CAN GIVE US THE BREAKAWAY THREAT THAT HE GAVE 
US IN THE PAST AND YOU ADD THAT TO A LANCE (BALL), 
WHO I THINK WILL ONLY CONTINUE TO IMPROVE, I THINK 
WE CAN BE PRETTY GOOD. " - RALPH FRIEDGEN 



session, the senior - who missed all of last season with 
a knee injury - was healthy, regaining his old speed and 
chomping at the bit. In short, the top of the Terrapins' depth 
chart looks to be in more than capable hands. 

The possible contributions, however, do not end 
with the top two backs. Senior J. P. Humber looked like a 
downhill runner in the spring, putting himself next in line for 
playing time. His main competition will come from junior 
Keon Lattimore, a back who performed well last year but 
still seems to have untapped physical potential. Rounding 
out the group will be first-year players Morgan Green and 
Da'Rel Scott. Green showed in spring that he still has 
some learning to do while coaches are excited to see if the 
speedy Scott can adjust to life at the collegiate level. 

"I am anxious to see the progress of Josh Allen and 
what he can bring back to our offense," said Friedgen. "If 
he can give us the breakaway threat that he gave us in the 
past and you add that to a Lance (Ball), who I think will 
only continue to improve, I think we can be pretty good. 
Behind them, J. P. Humber showed us in the spring that we 
will have a real good battle between he and Lattimore and 
you throw a couple of the young guys in the mix and we are 
pretty deep and talented." 



Fullback 

Leading the way for the Terp tailbacks will be a group 
whose main objective will be to add depth. Junior Tim Cesa 
has settled in at the position to the point where "converted 
linebacker" will likely no longer be required in front of his 
name. Cesa is an aggressive blocking back who began 
learning the finer points of the position last year and has 
clearly found a home. 

The team's depth was depleted somewhat last year, 
but 2005 walk-on Chris Gronkowski - one of the strongest 
players on the team pound-for-pound - looks like he will 
be able to step in and give some solid support. Newcomer 
Cory Jackson will also get a good look and have a shot to 
play. The Morgantown, W.Va., native could bring a running 
threat to the position. 



FULLBACK 

25 (d) Kyle Fraser FB 


6-0 


261 


Fr. 


RS 


26 (d) Chris Gronkowski FB 


6-2 


245 


Fr. 


RS 


32 Tim Cesa FB 


6-1 


256 


Jr. 


2V 


38 Cory Jackson FB 


6-0 


240 


Fr. 


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Friedgen has hinted that first-year center Eva 
Eastburn could also get a look in goal line situations ar 
the Terp H-backs can also factor in when splitting up tr 
repetitions. 

"It is clear that Tim Cesa is developing into a goc 
fullback," said Friedgen. "What we need is for some of tr 
young kids like Gronkowski or Cory Jackson to come c 
and give us some help there. We could also get some he 
there from the H-back position from a player like (Jasoi 
Goode or Drew Gloster." 




Isiah Williams (let 

is one of the youn 

talents at wia 

receiver, while Ore' 

Weatherly (right) i 

the team's mo; 

experienced wideoL 

returninc 



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Wide Receiver 

The Terp trio of Derrick Fenner, Danny Melendez and 
o Jo Walker have moved on, leaving the team without 109 
f the 210 balls caught last season. That pretty much sums 
p the team's concerns at the position headed into 2006. 

On the positive, the five players recruited for last 
aason all appear to have panned out from a talent 
erspective, a feat not often achieved in a single signing 
lass. This year's group of receivers, though lacking 
xpenence, have the athletic intangibles that few - if any 
have ever had at Maryland. 

At the "X" spot, second-year players Isaiah Williams 
nd Terrell Skinner will square off for the starting job. 
Villiams is the total package athletically, but has not put 
all together on the field. If he is able to, the team will 
ave a top-flight receiver. Skinner is a quiet, go-about-your- 
usiness player who Fnedgen praises for his toughness on 
i regular basis. A former quarterback, Skinner runs well, 
Us long arms and made plays when given a chance in the 
..pring. Sophomore Matt Goldberg is the veteran of the 
iroup while first-year player Adrian Cannon could also be 
i factor as the most highly-touted incoming receiver. 

The team's most experience will reside at the "Z" 
;pot where Drew Weatherly, one of just two senior wide 
eceivers, resides. In the offseason, Weatherly looked like 
'he player the Terps thought they had when he arrived on 
ampus with then-wide receiver Vernon Davis. He has 
jood size and speed and looked in the spring like he will 
ie able to utilize that this season. Sophomore Danny 
Dquendo (the starter in the slot) will back up Weatherly. 
3quendo is quick and hard-nosed and has become one 
if the quarterbacks' favorite targets because of his reliable 
lands. Another player who may be a difference-maker 
s redshirt freshman Darrius Heyward-Bey. the fastest 
jlayer on the team. Heyward-Bey is a field stretcher and 
is he continues to learn the offense, could become a major 
actor. True freshman Emani Lee-Odai will also work at 



Behind Oquendo in the slot is the fifth 2005 signee 
ooking to make his mark. Nolan Carroll Carroll started 
Tiaking his move midway through last year, showing he 
lad overcome an injury suffered as a prep and looks as 
:hough the move from the outside was the correct one. He 
s quick and has shown the ability to make plays in traffic. 




WIDE RECEIVERS 

X 

84 Isaiah Williams WR 6-2 


200 


So. 


IV 


85 


Terrell Skinner WR 


6-2 


205 


Fr. 


RS 


89(d) 


Matt Goldberq WR 


6-2 


187 


So. 


SQ 


89(d) 


Adrian Cannon WR 


6-3 


200 


Fr. 


HS 


Z 

8 


D. Heyward-Bey WR 


6-2 


206 


Fr. 


RS 


11 


Drew Weatherly WR 


6-3 


216 


Sr. 


3V 


17(d) 


Danny Oquendo WR 


6-0 


188 


So. 


1V 


87 


Kevin Gresham WR 


5-11 


170 


So. 


Tr. 


83 


Emani Lee-Odai WR 


6-3 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


Slot 

17(d) 


Danny Oquendo WR 


6-0 


188 


So. 


IV 


23(d) 


Emen Ifon WR 


5-8 


165 


So. 


SQ 


81 


Stephen Smalls WR 


6-- 


190 


Fr. 


HS 


82 


Nolan Carroll WR 


60 


201 


Fr. 


RS 


88 


Greg Powell WR 


5-11 


187 


Sr. 


IV 






Danny Oquendo (left) takes over the starting spot at the slot, while Dan Gronkowski (right) is a former 
quarterback who will look to help fill the void left by the departed Ail-American Vernon Davis. 



Senior Greg Powell is a steady receiver who will help 
from an experience standpoint while Stephen Smalls, the 
team's best leaper (47-inch vertical jump), will look to learn 
the offense. 

"I like the group of receivers we have," said Friedgen. 
"You can't lose as much as we lost and just expect to move 
on without a hiccup. My hope is that they continue to 
progress throughout the season and give us some of what 
we see from an athletic standpoint. They should be a good 
group, it is just a matter of when." 



TIGHT END/H-BACKS 

13 Dan Gronkowski TE 6-6 266 


So. 


SQ 


15 

45(d) 


Jason Goode 


TE 


6-3 


233 


Jr. 


2V 


Tommy Gait 


TE 
TE 


6-5 

6-7 


253 
267 


Fr 
Jr 


RS 
2V 


80 


Joey Haynos 


86 


Drew Gloster 


TE 


6-3 


225 


Fr. 


HS 





Tight End 



The ACC's top receiver and the Terps' top offensive 
player of a year ago has departed for the National Football 
League and has left in his wake shoes that no one expects 
to be filled completely. But what the Terrapins still have in 
the fold will hopefully add up to close to what has been lost 
with the departure of Vernon Davis. 

Much in the same mold as Maryland's other 
departed tight end, Derek Miller, Dan Gronkowski and 
Joey Haynos will enter the season atop the depth chart 
serving as the squad's "big" tight ends. Both are over 6-5, 
have added size and strength in their last few years in the 
program and improved as blockers. What they have to offer 
in the passing game is not yet known, but both have good 
hands. Gronkowski's transition from quarterback, which he 
was when he arrived at Maryland, has been one of steady 



improvement while in the spring, Haynos showed the ability 
to get down the middle of the field and use his height to 
make plays. 

The other player fitting the "big" tight end mode is 
Tommy Gait, a redshirt freshman who could get a look in 
multiple tight end or goal line formations. 

The Terrapins do not utilize an H-back the way they 
did two years ago, but with the departure of Davis and the 
addition of Friedgen as offensive coordinator that could 
change that a bit. Junior Jason Goode and true freshman 
Drew Gloster each have the versatility to catch, block 
and split out wide. Goode has yet to break out but will 
be counted on to provide more of a spark to the passing 
game. Goode and Gloster both run well and could provide 
Friedgen with potential matchup problems for a defense as 
they progress. 

"Our tight ends did better in the spring than I 
anticipated." said Fnedgen, "Gronkowski and Joey Haynos 
both block pretty well. Are they Vemon Davis? No. But they 
are two good tight ends and hopefully they can continue to 
improve." 



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Offensive Line 

Strength or weakness at any other unit can always 
make a difference in an offense's performance, but no 
other unit can help compensate for shortcomings or 
accentuate strengths like an offensive line. Heading into 
this season, the Maryland offensive line looks to be the best 
and deepest of any in the Friedgen Era, and could be that 
difference-making type of group. 

This year's offensive line returns three starters from 
2005, its top lineman from 2004 (who missed '05 due to 
an injury) and starting-caliber depth at both tackle and 
guard. The lone concern as the season approaches is an 
inexperienced center position. 

Maryland entered spring camp with sophomore 
Edwin Williams, the frontrunner for the starting job with 
the goal of improving his comfort at the pivot as much as 
his overall play. Less than a week into practice, he went 
down with a finger injury that required surgery and kept 
him out the remainder of spring. Williams has good size, 
quickness, strength and intelligence, but in work as a 
reserve a year ago, nerves got the better of him at times. 



He will be ready for fall camp but will see competition from 
redshirt freshman Phil Costa for the job as Costa took all 
of the reps with the first team in spring and continued to 
impress while getting noticeably bigger and stronger than 
he was as a true freshman. Newcomer Evan Eastburn will 
provide depth and hopefully get up to speed quickly. 

Junior Andrew Crummey leads the pack of guards 
from his post on the right side. Once noticeably thin by 
lineman standards, the heady junior now looks that part at 
301 pounds and could be poised for a breakout season. 
Garrick Clig and Lee Oliver will line up behind him. One 
of the team's strongest linemen, Clig got work as a backup 
center with the numbers low in the offseason, joining 
Crummey as possibilities to fill in if needed. 

On the left side, it will be a battle for the starting 
job between incumbent Donnie Woods and sophomore 
Jaimie Thomas. Woods, who started all of last year 
despite an injured shoulder, missed spring as the injury 
healed while Thomas made ground. Woods plays smart 
and with passion and will be tough to unseat, while Thomas 
has been moving closer to the play anticipated of him 
when he first arrived, showing size and athleticism. Junior 



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Jack Griffin will likely redshirt while working to make the 
transition from the defensive side of the ball. 

If the Terps don't lay claim to the league's best line, it 
will be hard to debate against their tackles. The team's top 
lineman from 2004 (and an anticipated honors candidate a 
year ago), Stephon Heyer returns after injuring his knee 
in camp a year ago. Heyer successfully made his way 
through spring and gives Maryland an experienced pass 
blocker with impeccable credentials on Hollenbach's blind 
side. Unlike in season's past, however, Heyer will not be a ' 



"I THINK OUR OFFENSIVE LINE SHOULD BE SOLID AT 
ITS WORST. WE HAVE MORE DEPTH THAN WE HAVE 
HAD THAN IN THE PAST. IF WE CAN STAY HEALTHY, WE 
HAVE A CHANCE TO BE PRETTY DARNED GOOD." - RALPH 
FRIEDGEN 



OFFENSIVE LINE 

Tackle 

58 (d) Brandon Nixon OT 


6-6 


314 


Jr. 


2V 


67 


Jack Griffin OT 


6-7 


294 


Jr. 


2V 


70 


Stephon Heyer OT 


6-6 


320 


Sr. 


3V 


75 


Dane Randolph OT 


6-5 


285 


So. 


IV 


77 


Scott Burley OT 


6-5 


326 


Jr. 


2V 


78 


Jared Gaither OT 


6-9 


350 


So. 


1V 


Guard 
61 


Lee Oliver OG 


6-2 


298 


So. 


SQ 


63 


Andrew CrummeyOG 


6-5 


301 


Jr. 


2V 


66 


Garrick Cliq OG 


64 


296 


Jr. 


1V 


69 


Donnie Woods OG 


6-3 


289 


Jr. 


2V 


76 


Jaimie Thomas OG 


64 


328 


So. 


1V 


Center 

60 


Edwin Williams C 


6-2 


318 


So. 


1V 


64 


Evan Eastburn C 


6-2 


290 


Fr. 


HS 


72 


Phil Costa C 


6-2 


299 


Fr. 


RS 








Jared Gaither (left) emerged as a dominant offensive tackle as a freshman in 2005. He got the chance to play due to a 
a season-ending injury to Stephon Heyer (right) who returns in 2006 to team with Gaither to make a formidable tandem at tackle. 



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hoe-in for the job as junior Scott Burley is healthy and. at 
stout 6-5, 326 pounds, is playing his best ball. 

On the right side, a potential star was born in 2005. 
t/ith Heyer out, then-true frosh Jared Gaither stepped in 
fter game three at left tackle and did not relinquish the 
.(Dot - or give up a sack - the entire season. At 6-9 and 350 
lounds, Gaither is a load who can run and pass block and 
wed in last year's NC State game that he can handle 
!ie duties on the right side. Midway through that contest, 
iaither shifted from the left to the right side of the line after 
h ie team struggled with overall No. 1 pick Mario Williams, 
nd from that point forward the freshman shut the star 
efensive end down. 

Gaither's chief competition will come from Dane 
:andolph, another Terp bookend on the rise. Randolph 
aw significant action last year and has impoved seemingly 
•ith every snap since moving from defensive tackle his 
eshman year. He continues to get bigger and stronger, yet 
as maintained his good feet, giving the team yet another 
ompetitive player at the tackle position. 

"I think our offensive line should be solid at its worst," 
•aid Friedgen. "We have more depth than we have had 
ran in the past. If we can stay healthy, we have a chance 
) be pretty darned good. 

DEFENSE 

For the first time in five years, the defensive side of 
ie ball had its share of difficulties last season. Though 
■ie scoring average was relatively low based on the help 
pposition was given from turnovers, Maryland's defense 
tumbled at crucial points in games last year, often when 
ie Terps were trying to hold off the opposition or mount a 
omeback late in the contest. 

On the other hand, the Terps were 19th nationally 
i pass defense and led the nation in passing touchdowns 
llowed, yielding just four TDs the entire season. That 
be something to build on for first-year defensive 
oordinator Chns Cosh, a local product who has had his 
hare of coaching at institutions known for producing a 
nigh, attacking defense (Illinois, Michigan State, Kansas 
tate). Cosh's style will not look drastically different from 
ie successful, upfield style of that of his predecessor 
iary Blackney, yet his in-your-face coaching approach 
nd attention to every minute detail already has his players' 
ttention. 

Maryland returns every top defensive lineman this 
eason, a slew of talented linebackers, and an improving 
roup of defensive backs. On paper, the weaknesses are 
>w and the expectation is a return to one of the nation's 
ading defensive units. 

"I anticipate that we will be improved on defense 
lis year," said Fnedgen. "I don't think our philosophy has 
hanged with Coach Cosh coming on - we still like to get 
fter people. I have been pleased with what I have seen 
nd look forward to seeing how things go when we crank 
lings up." 

Defensive Line 

This year's defensive line will have at least one 
enefit that groups in previous yeais did not - all of its 
garters and key reserves return this year. Last year, DE 
ihawne Mernman left a year early for the NFL; the year 




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Jeremy Navarre saw significant playing time 

as a freshman in 2005 and should be an even 

bigger factor in the Terps defense this season. 

before, DT Randy Starks did as well. This season, the hope 
is that continuity and the return of its top senior will help the 
unit take the next step. 

At defensive tackle, senior Conrad Bolston returns 
after his finest season as a Terrapin. Bolston led the team 
in sacks (5.0) and was second in TFLs (5.5) from his spot 
on the interior last year, showing that he can fill a gap and 
get through one with equal proficiency. Bolston is strong, 
moves well, plays with great intensity and should be set 
for postseason honors if he continues on the track set last 
season. Behind him will be second-year player Travis Ivey 
who could be a Bolston-in-waiting and will likely benefit 
greatly from working behind the senior standout. Ivey has 
the ideal combination of size and athleticism, needing only 
to learn the finer points of playing the position to be an 




DEFENSIVE LINE 

Defensive End 

40 (d) Jeremy Navarre DE 


6-3 


263 


So. 


IV 


56 Deege Gait DE 


6-4 


254 


Fr. 


RS 


91 Mack Frost DE/DT 


6-5 


257 


So. 


1V 


98 Omarr Savage DE'DT 


6-5 


284 


Jr. 


2V 


Defensive Tackle 

68 Carlos Feliciano NT 


6-4 


307 


Jr 


2V 


90 Travis Ivey DT 


6-4 


J11 


Fr 


RS 


91 Mack Frost DE/DT 


6-5 


257 


So 


1V 


92 Dre Moore DT 


6-4 


312 


Jr. 


2V 


95 Conrad Bolston DT 


6-3 


303 


Sr. 


3V 


98 Omarr Savage DE/DT 


6-5 


284 


Jr. 


2V 


99 Rob Armstrong DT 


6-4 


327 


Jr. 


2V 





effective contributor Omarr Savage one of two defensive 
ends who will move inside to get a look. 

At nose tackle, juniors Carlos Feliciano and Dre 
Moore will do battle for the starting job. Feliciano is good 
against the run, playing with good leverage and is a steady 
force. Moore will look to get off to a start that matches 
the finishes he experienced in his first two seasons at 
Maryland. One of the strongest players on the team, he 
moves tremendously well and has the skills of an all- 
conference player. If he can get the "motor" running early 
and not let it stop, he could have a breakout year. Behind 
that duo will be Rob Armstrong, a player who returned 
from injury in the spring and played well at times. Also in 
the mix will be Mack Frost, the second end who will get a 
look inside. 

The player who excited players as much as any 
in the offseason was defensive end Jeremy Navarre 
Navarre has noticeably added weight to his frame, plays 
with intensity and continues to use his hands well, and 
looked simply like he will be a force in year two. A former 
wrestler, Navarre has the strength to deal with men larger 
than him yet is quick enough to get around them Behind 
Navarre, Frost and Savage will be battling for playing time 
as will second-year player Deege Gait. Frost has shown 
flashes in his time with the Terps and hope is he will make 
those appearances more frequently. Same goes for Savage 
whose long arms help him in the pass rushing department. 




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"I would expect that we would be improved on the 
defensive line this year with the returnees and the progress 
of certain players," said Friedgen. "Jeremy Navarre's 
progress has been good to see and I hope a few other 
players at that position can help us out. Conrad Bolston 
had a good junior year and should be even better this 
season and at the nose. Dre Moore just needs to play at a 
high level every down. We know what we have in Feliciano 
so he will be challenged." 

Linebackers 

Similar to the concerns at tight end, the linebacking 
corps has lost a standout in 2005 ACC Defensive Player 
of the Year D'Qwell Jackson and fellow starter William 
Kershaw. Despite those losses, Maryland enters this year 
excited about its group of linebackers. 

At LEO, Trey Covington returns after a solid first 
season as a starter. Covington is a sideline-to-sideline type 
of player and a good pass rusher. He improved on his run 
support last season, the strength of teammate Jermaine 
Lemons. Include in the mix redshirt freshmen Barrod 
Heggs and Jared Harrell (2005 defensive scout team 
Player of the Year) as well as athletic newcomer Brian 
Whitmore, and the Terrapins appear set for years to come. 
Heggs is growing at a rate that makes him a potential 
candidate at end, but regardless, Maryland has 3-4 players 
sophomore or younger at LEO and no lack of experience 
- a good combination. 

The man looking to replace Jackson and move 
into the position that has produced three of the last five 
league defensive players of the year is junior Wesley 
Jefferson. Jefferson dc°s not possess the size that 
made E.J. Henderson a r ce nor the quickness that 
catapulted Jackson all over the field. Simply put, he is a 
natural football player. He makes plays on game day, rarely 
misses a tackle and always seems to be around the ball. 
There could be additions to the group of "Mike" linebackers, 
but for now that group includes Jefferson, veteran Chase 



Bullock. Alex Schultz and newcomer Alex Wujciak. 

Wujciak, a highly-touted prep, is athletic enough to have 
been a standout for his high school basketball team in the 
fall while also working to add weight for his first camp as a 
collegian. 

Despite the loss of Kershaw, the Terps could be 
better than last year at "Will" linebacker. Sophomore 
Erin Henderson returns from injury and will battle for the 
starting job with Moses Fokou, a transfer who has excited 
coaches. Henderson will be tough to beat out, however, as 
he is a playmaker who runs well, has good size and plays 
with as much intensity as any player the Terrapins have. 



LINEBACKERS 

LEO 

50 Jermaine LemonsLEO 


6-2 


254 


Jr. 


IV 


51 (d) Brian Whitmore LEO 


6-3 


240 


Fr. 


HS 


55 Trey Covinqton LEO 


6-2 


252 
231 


So. 
Fr. 


1V 
RS 


57 Jared Harrell LEO 


6-4 


93 Barrod Heqqs LEO 


6-2 


265 


Fr. 


RS 


Middle ("Mike") 

35 Wesley Jefferson LB 


6-2 


233 


Jr. 


2V 


42 (d) Chase Bullock LB 


6-2 


235 


So. 


SQ 


45(d) Alex Schultz LB 


6-1 


234 


Fr. 


RS 


59 Alex Wujciak LB 


6-3 


235 


Fr. 


HS 


Weakside (Will") 

1 Erin Henderson LB 


6-3 


242 


So. 


SQ 


42 (d) Brian Dickerson LB 


5- 10 


207 


So. 


SQ 


43 Rick Costa LB 


6-0 


246 


So. 


SQ 


48 Moses Fokou LB 


6-1 


216 


So 


RS 


52 Chris Clinton LB 


6-2 


245 


Fr. 


HS 


Strongside ("Sam") 

34 Dave Philistin LB 


6-2 


223 


So. 


1V 


47 Jeff Clement LB 


6-2 


231 


Fr. 


KS 


51 (d) Steve Pfister LB 


6-2 


217 


Fr. 


RS 


54 David Holloway LB 


6-2 


230 


Sr. 


2V 


58 (d) Adrian Moten LB 


6-1 


210 


Fr 


HS 





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Fokou spent last season on the scout team but opene< 
coaches' eyes every week. He continued to make plaj 
after play in the spring and the likelihood is that he ant 
Henderson will share the field, regardless of who start; 
True freshman Chris Clinton joined the team as an earl 
enrollee in the spring and performed well, while anoths 
athletic player who sat out last season due to transfer rules 
Rick Costa, also joins the fray. The brother of center Phi. 
Rick Costa has good speed and strength and seems t 
thrive on hitting. 

Entering his third year starting at the "Sam" spc 
is senior David Holloway, the team's leading retuminj 
tackier from a year ago. Holloway is a steady force wh< 
rarely makes assignment errors and combines skill in rui 
support as well as the pass rush. He will get a push froi 
the speedy Dave Philistin, one of several Terps who sa 
action as a true freshman in 2005. Philistin is slightly bigge 
than Holloway and runs under a 4.6 in the 40-yard dash 
Also working on the strong side will be Jeff Clement am 
Steve Pfister 

"I am never going to have a problem with competitioi 
and that is what we have at linebacker this year," sa 
Friedgen. "We are young, but I don't see that as a problen 
with this group. I am looking forward to seeing a health 
Erin Henderson and what he can do and also what role th 
transfers will play. I have complete confidence in Wesle 
(Jefferson). I don't expect him to be an E.J. or D'Qwell, bi 
you can't have those type of expectations for any player 
his first year starting." 

Defensive Backs 

Friedgen credits Tim Banks, a former colleg 
defensive back and a Gary Blackney disciple from hi 
days at Bowling Green, for the work he has done with th 
secondary following Blackney 's retirement last year. Bankj 
has done nice work with the returning players, but when 
his coaching has shown is with several of the younge 
defensive backs. 



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DEFENSIVE BACKS 

Field Cornerback 

5 Isaiah Gardner CB 5-11 


194 


Jr. 


IV 


6 Anthony WisemanCB 


5-9 


185 


Fr. 


RS 


9 Richard Taylor CB 


5-10 


194 


So 


1V 


27 Taji Thornton CB 


6-1 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


31 (d) Colin Nelson DB 


5-10 


183 


Jr. 


RS 


37 (d) B Jackson-Mills CB 


5-11 


160 


Fr. 


HS 


Boundary Cornerback 

2 Kevin Barnes CB 


6-1 


181 


So 


IV 


4 (d) Josh Wilson CB 


5-9 


187 


Sr. 


3V 


17(d) AdamKareem CB 


5-9 


187 


Fr. 


RS 


18(d) LaQuan Williams CB 


6-1 


175 


Fr. 


HS 


24 P. Washington CB 


6-0 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


25(d) J. McCollough CB 


5-11 


194 


Fr. 


RS 


Strong Safety 

12(d) Marcus Wimbush SS 


5-10 


202 


Sr. 


2V 


18(d) Hunter Reddick S 


6-1 


199 


Jr. 


RS 


29 Jeff Allen S 


6-0 


190 


So 


1V 


37 (d) Jared Baum DB 


6-0 


200 


Fr. 


RS 


Free Safety 

3 Christian Vamer FS 


5-11 


196 


Jr. 


2V 


19(d) ChimaAmadi FS 


5-11 


203 


Jr. 


SQ 


30 J.J. Justice S 


6-1 


219 


Jr. 


2V 





Senior Josh Wilson is the anchor of the group at 
boundary cornerback. Wilson is one of the team's fastest 
'players, good in coverage and is arguably one of the best 
comers in the league in run support. He is also versatile 
enough to move to field comer if called upon. Sophomore 
Kevin Barnes works behind Wilson and - along with 
'Jamari McCullough - is coming off of a very good spring. 
At 6-1. Barnes is the team's tallest comer and a a good 
leaper. McCullough showed a nose for the ball in spnng 
and made great strides over last season, giving the Terps 
added depth. Redshirt Adam Kareem and newcomers 
Pha'Terrell Washington and LaQuan Williams will also 
work on the boundary side. 

There will be competition for playing time at field 
cornerback. Junior Isaiah Gardner will look to lock down the 
Starting job in fall. The former Notre Dame transfer played 
Well last season and will look to make use of what might be 
the secondary's all-around most athletic frame (sub-4.4 in 
the 40-yard dash; 42-inch vertical). Challenging Gardner 
will be Richard Taylor - another player who has made 
'great strides in the last year - and Anthony Wiseman, the 
Second-year player who seems fully recovered from a knee 
injury suffered his senior year of high school and back to his 
Speedy ways. Two newcomers. Brandon Jackson-Mills 
and Taji Thornton, will also get their first crack at playing 
tome on the field side. 

Senior Marcus Wimbush heads the list at strong 
safety playing the pass better than he has at in point in 
his tenure. A big hitter, Wimbush will get competition from 
former Navy cornerback Hunter Reddick and second-year 
player Jeff Allen. Reddick will give the team versatility in 
■nickel and dime packages with his cover ability and showed 
[in the spring that he is a playmaker. 

Christian Varner enters his second year as the 
'team's starting free safety. Vamer is instinctive and brings 
'another big hitter to the defensive backfield. His cover skills 
'are improved and he bnngs leadership to the secondary 
|Fellow junior J.J. Justice has also stepped up his skills in 




Josh W/7son (left) is the leader of the Maryland secondary and could garner AII-ACC recognition. 
Punter Adam Podlesh (right) is one of the leading candidates for the Ray Guy Award. 



coverage and will compete with Vamer at the spot. Justice 
runs well for a player his size and is has played both safety 
spots, giving the Terps even more versatility 

"I couldn't be happier with the job Tim Banks has 
done," said Friedgen. "Players like Josh Wilson we didn't 
have to worry about - we knew we would be okay there. 
But where I have seen a difference is in players like Jamari 
McCullough and Kevin Barnes. Even a player like Marcus 
Wimbush. They just seem to be more comfortable with 
what they are doing and I think Tim has done a great job 
communicating with them. It has improved our depth and 
improved competition." 



Specialists 



SPECIALISTS 

Placekicker 

11 Dan Ennis 


PK 


5-10 


158 


Sr. 


1V 
RS 
SQ 


22 Greq Gaston 


PK 


5-9 


181 


Fr. 


39 Obi Eqekeze 


PK 


6-2 


218 


So. 


49 Chns Roberts 


PK 


6-1 


194 


So. 


1V 


Punters 

36 Adam Podlesh 


P 


5-11 


205 


Sr. 


3V 


Snaps 

31 Andrew Schmitt 


LS 


6-0 


230 


So. 


1V 


53 B McDermond 


SS 


6-2 


25' 


Jr. 


1V 





Maryland returns nearly every player in key special 
teams slots this year. It did not lose a kicker, punter or 
snapper and appears to be in good shape in the returns. 

Senior Dan Ennis and sophomore Obi Egekeze will 
be at it again in the fall, working to determine the team's 
starting placekicker. Ennis got off to a fast start last season, 
hitting his first 11 field goals, but had a little trouble down 
the stretch, opening the race back up. Egekeze injured his 
leg in camp last year and was never a factor, but hopes 
to display the strong leg that had him highly-touted as a 
prep. He will also be in a battle for kickoff duties with Chris 
Roberts 

Entering his final season. Adam Podlesh is a viable 
All-American candidate at punter. Podlesh has had three 
outstanding seasons to date, displaying any quality the 
Terps could have hoped for out of the position - distance, 
hang time, directional kicking and placement. 

The long snapping duties will be manned by Andrew 
Schmitt. while Brendan McDermond will handle short 



snaps. The Terrapins enter this season with the second- 
longest streak in the nation for games without a punt block, 
dating back to November of the 1999 season (Georgia 
has the longest streak with its last block taking place in 
September. 1999). 

The lone loss from last season was Jo Jo Walker, one 
of the league leaders in all-purpose yards. Handling punts 
will be Danny Oquendo. a tough player whose good hands 
won him the job. Josh Wilson will open the year getting a 
look returning kicks, giving the team a speedy breakaway 
threat at that spot. 

"We need to improve at kicker." said Friedgen. "It's as 
simple as that. I don't know if I need to put more pressure 
on them, but that is what I am going to do and we will see 
who comes out best. Adam Podlesh is one of the best 
punters in the country and hopefully he closes his career 
with his finest season. He has given us all that we could 
have asked to this point." 






2006 SEASON PREVIEW • 59 




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PRESEASON DEPTH CHART 

OFFENSE ^ 





WIDE RECEIVER (X) 


84 


Isaiah Williams 6-2 200 So-W 


or 85 


Terrell Skinner 6-2 205 Fr.-RS 


89 


Matt Goldberg 6-2 187 So.-SQ 


89 


Adrian Cannon 6-3 200 Fr.-HS 




LEFT TACKLE 

70 StephonHeyer 6-6 320 Sr.-3V 

73 Scott Burley 6-5 326 Jr.-2V 






FULLBACK :" 


32 


TimCesa 6-1 256 


Jr.-2V 


26 


Chris Gronkowski 6-1 245 


Fr.-RS 


25 


KyleFraser 6-0 261 


Fr.-RS 


38 


Cory Jackson 6-0 240 


Fr.-HS j 







QUARTERBACK 


14 


Sam Hollenbach 6-4 214 


Sr.-2V. 


19 


Jordan Steffy 


6-1 214 


SO.-1V 


4 


Bobby Sheahin 


6-1 172 


So.-RS 


10 


Chris Turner 


6-3 217 


Fr.-RS 


12 


Josh Portis 


6-3 200 


So.-TR [ 


16 


Jeremy Ricker 


6-2 201 


Fr.-HS 









TAILBACK 


44 


Lance Ball 


5-9 216 


Jr.-1V 


33 


Josh Allen 


5-11 215 


Sr.-3V 


7 


J.P. Humber 


6-0 221 


Sr.-2V ! 


20 


Morgan Green 


5-11 213 


Fr.-HS 


25 


Keon Lattimore 


5-11 221 


Jr,-2V 


40 


David Akatu 


5-8 184 


Fr.-HS fc 


23 


Da'Rel Scott 


6-0 185 


Fr.-HS 




SLOT RECEIVER 



Danny Oquendo 6-0 188 

Nolan Carroll 6-0 201 

Greg Powell 5-11 187 

Stephen Smalls 6-1 190 

Ememlfon 5-8 165 






LEFT GUARD 


69 


Donnie Woods 6-3 289 Jr.-2V 


or 75 


Jaimie Thomas 6-4 328 So.-1V 


67 


Jack Griffin 6-7 294 Jr-2V . 










CENTER 


60 


Edwin Williams 


6-2 


318 SO.-1V 


72 


Phil Costa 


6-2 


299 Fr.-RS 


64 


Evan Eastburn 


6-4 


290 Fr.-HS 






RIGHT GUARD 


63 


Andrew Crummey6-5 301 Jr.-1V 


66 


Garrick Clig 6-4 296 Jr.-1V [ 


61 


Lee Oliver 6-2 298 So.-SQ 











RIGHT TACKLE 


78 


JaredGaither 6-9 350 So.-1V 


75 


Dane Randolph 6-5 285 So.-1V | 


58 


Brandon Nixon 6-6 314 Jr.-2V i 






WIDE RECEIVER (Z) ' 


11 


Drew Weatherly 6-3 216 Sr.-3V 


17 


Danny Oquendo 6-0 188 So.-1V 


8 


D Heyward-Bey 6-2 206 Fr.-RS 


87 


Kevin Gresham 5-11 170 So.-Tr. 


83 


Emani Lee-Odai 6-3 180 Fr-HS 








TIGHT END 


13 


Dan Gronkowsk 


6-6 266 


So.-SQ 


or 80 


Joey Haynos 


6-8 267 


Jr.-2V 


15 


Jason Goode 


6-3 233 


Jr.-2V 


45 


Tommy Gait 


6-5 253 


Fr.-RS I 


86 


Drew Gloster 


6-3 225 


Fr.-HS 




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27 SPOR1 








DEFENSE 



DEFENSIVE END 






40 Jeremy Navarre 6-3 


263 


So.-W 


91 Mack Frost 6-5 


257 


So.-W 


98 Omarr Savage 6-5 


284 


Jr-2V 


45 Deege Gait 6-4 


254 


Fr.-RS 



LEO 




55 Trey Covington 6-3 252 


So.-W 


50 Jermaine Lemons6-2 254 


Jr-W 


93 Barrod Heggs 6-2 265 


Fr-RS 


57 Jared Harrell 6-4 231 


Fr.-RS 


51 Brian Whitmore 6-3 240 


Fr.-HS 





NOSE TACKLE 




92 Dre Moore 6-4 312 


Jr.-2V 


or 68 Carlos Feliciano6-5 307 


Jr.-2V 


99 Rob Armstrong 6-4 327 


Jr.-2V 


91 Mack Frost 6-5 257 


So.-W 





DEFENSIVE TACKLE 




95 Conrad Bolston 6-3 303 


Sr.-3V 


90 Travis Ivey 6-4 311 


Fr.-RS 


98 Oman Savage 6-5 284 


Jr.-2V 





FIELD CORNER 






5 Isaiah Gardner 5-11 


194 


Jr.-1V 


| 9 Richard Taylor 5-10 


194 


SO.-1V 


I 6 Anthony Wiseman 5-9 


185 


Fr-RS 


31 Colin Nelson 5-10 


183 


Jr.-RS 


37 B. Jackson-Mills 5-11 


160 


Fr-HS 


27 Taji Thornton 6-1 


180 


Fr-HS 



MIKE 






35 Wesley Jefferson 6-2 


233 


Jr.-2V 


42 Chase Bullock 6-2 


235 


So.-1V 


45 Alex Schultz 6-1 


234 


Fr-RS 


59 Alex Wujciak 6-3 


235 


Fr.-HS 




STRONG SAFETY 

12 Marcus Wimbush5-10202 
8 Hunter Reddick 6-1 199 
or 29 Jeff Allen 6-0 190 

37 Jared Baum 6-0 200 



Sr.-2V 
Jr.-RS 
So.-W 
Fr-RS 




WILL 








1 Erin Henderson 


6-3 


242 


So-SQ 


53 Moises Fokou 


6-1 


216 


Jr.-SQ 


48 Chns Clinton 


6-2 


245 


Fr.-HS 


49 Rick Costa 


6-0 


246 


So-SQ 


42 Bnan Dickerson 


5-10 


207 


So-SQ 




FREE SAFETY 






1 3 Christian Varner5-11 


196 


Jr.-2V 


f 30 J J. Justice 6-1 


219 


Jr.-2V 


19 ChimaAmadi 5-11 


203 


Jr-SQ 




WILL 








54 David Holloway 


6-2 


230 


Sr.-2V 


34 Dave Philistin 


6-2 


233 


So.-W 


47 Jeff Clement 


6-2 


231 


Fr.-RS 


51 Steven Pfister 


6-2 


217 


Fr.-RS 


58 Adnan Moten 


6-1 


210 


Fr.-HS 




, ROUNDARY CORNER 




2 Kevin Barnes 6-1 181 


So.-W 


' 25 Jaman McCollough 5-11 194 


Fr.-RS 


17 AdamKareem 5-9 187 


Fr.-RS 


24 P.T.Washington 6-0 185 


Fr.-HS 


18 LaQuan Williams 6-1 175 


Fr.-HS 




o 
o 
o 

S 



SPECIALISTS 

PK 11 Dan Enms 

39 Obi Egekeze 

49 Chns Roberts 

22 Greg Gaston 



5-10 158 Sr.-1V 

6-2 218 So-SQ 

194 S0-1V 

181 Fr-RS 



KO 



6-1 
5-9 



Obi Egekeze 
Chns Roberts 



218 So-SQ 
194 So.-W 



36 AdamPodlesh 5-11 205 Sr.-3V 



PR 



KR 



17 

S5 
3 

4 
95 



Danny Oquendo 
Terrell Skinner 
C" r s'a- Imaa 

Josh Wilson 
Terrell Skinner 



188 So.-1V 
205 Fr.-RS 
Jr.-2V 



196 



5-9 187 
6-2 205 



Sr.-3V 
Fr.-RS 



LS 



SS 



32 
32 

53 

2: 



Adam Podlesh 
Matt Goldberg 

Andrew Schmitt 
TimCesa 

B. McDermond 
Andrew Schmitl 



5-11 
6-2 



205 Sr.-3V 
187 So-SQ 



M 230 So.-W 

6-1 256 Jr.-2V 

6-2 251 Jr.-W 

60 230 So.-W 



2006 SEASON PREVIEW • 61 




JT S\ 



ALPHABETICAL ROSTER 



No. 



19M_ 



99 



44 



Name 



Chima Amadi 



Rob Armstrong 



Lance Ball 



Pos. 



Hgt Wgt 



CI. 



Exp. 



Homet own (High School/Last S chool) 



40 


David Akatu 


TB 


5-8 


184 


Fr. 


HS 


Rockville, Md. (Bethesda-Chevy Chase HS) 


29 


Jeff Allen 


S 


6-0 


190 


So. 


1V 


Woodbridqe, Va. (DeMatha HS) 


33 


Josh Allen 


TB 


5-11 


215 


Sr. 


3V 


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



FS 5-11 203 Jr. SQ River dale. Md. (Laurel HS) 

DT 6-4 327 Jr. 2V Arlington, Va. (W as hington Lee HS/Fork Union Military) 



TB 



5-9 



216 



1V 



Teaneck, N .J . (Te aneck HS) 



Kevin Barnes 



CB 



6-1 



181 



So. 



IV 



Glen Burnie, Md (Old Mill HS) 



371 



Jared Baum 



DB 



6-0 



200 



Fr. 



RS 



Bel Air. Md. (Archbishop Curley HS) 



95 



42JdL 



77 



89(d) 



82 



Conrad Bolston 



Chase Bullock 
Scott Burley 

Adrian Cannon 
Nolan Carroll 



DT 



6-3 



303 



Sr. 



3V 



Burton sville, Md : (St. John's Co llege HS) 



LB 



6-2 



235 



So. 



SQ 



Durham, N.C. (Northern HS) 



OT 



6-5 



326 



2V 



Baltimore. Md. (Woodlawn HS) 



WR 



6-3 



200 



Fr. 



HS 



Pontiac, Mich . (Avon dale HS) 



WR 



6-0 



201 



Fr. 



RS 



Green Cove Springs, Fla. (Clay HS) 



32 



47 



Tim Cesa 



Jeff Clement 



FB 



6-1 



256 



Jr. 



2V 



Kennesaw. Ga (Harrison HS) 



LB 



6-2 



231 



Fr. 



RS 



Westville, N.J. (Deptford HS) 



66 



52 



72 



Garr ick Clig_ 



Chris Clinton 
Phil Costa 



OG 



6-4 



296 



1V 



Port Orange, Fla. (Spruce Creek HS) 



LB 



6-2 



245 



Fr. 



HS 



Lakeland, Fla. (Evangel Christian HS/Fork Union I 



6-2 



299 



Fr. 



RS 



Moorestow n, N.J. (Holy Cro ss HS) 



43 



Rick Costa 



LB 



6-0 



246 



So. SQ 



Moorestown. N.J. (Holy Cross HS/Temple Univ.) 



55 



Trey Covington 



LEO 



6-3 



252 



So. 



1V 



Bowie, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 



63 



Andrew Crummey 



OG 



6-5 



301 



Jr. 



2V 



Van Wert, Ohio (Van Wert HS) 



42(d) 



39 

22(d) 



Brian Dickerson_ 
Evan Eastburn 

Obi Egekeze 



Dan Ennis 



LB 



5-10 



207 



So. 



SQ 



Bethesda, Md. (Walt Whitman HS) 



PK 



6-2 290 Fr. HS Boulder, Colo. (FairyiewHS) 

6-2 218 So. SQ Augusta, Ga. (W es tside HS) 



PK 



5-10 



158 



Sr. 



1V 



Sykes ville, M d. (Glenelg H S) 



68 



48 



Carlos Feliciano 



Moses Fokou 



NT 



6-4 



307 



Jr. 



2V 



Elizabeth, N.J. (Elizabeth H?L 



LB 



6-1 



216 



So. RS 



Rockville, Md. (The Bullis Sc hool/Frostbu rg State) 



25 (d) Kyle Fraser 



FB 



6-0 



261 



Fr. 



RS 



Herndon, Va. (Langley HS) 



91 



78 



56 



45 



Mack Frost 

Jared Gaither 
Deege Gait 



Tommy Gait 



DE 



6-5 



257 



So. 



1V 



Columb ia, S.C, .(Spring. Valley HS) 



OT 



6-9 



350 



So. 



1V 



White Plains, Md. (RooseveJtHS/Hargrave f 



DE 6-4 254 Fr. RS S ilver Spring, Md. (Good Co unsel HS) 

TE 6-5 253 Fr RS Silver Spring, Md. (Good Counsel HS) 





5 


Isaiah Gardner 


CB 


5-11 


194 


Jr. 


1V 


Virqinia Beach, Va. (Salem HS/Notre Dame) 




22(d) 


Greq Gaston 


PK 


5-9 


181 


Fr. 


RS 


Memphis, Tenn. (Christian Brothers HS) 




86 


Drew Gloster 


TE 


6-3 


225 


Fr. 


HS 


Germantown. Md. (Good Counsel HS) 


r-^m J 


89(d) 


Matt Goldberg 


WR 


6-2 


187 


So. 


SQ 


Baltimore, Md. (Mount St. Joseph HS) 


15 


Jason Goode 


TE 


6-3 


233 


Jr. 


2V 


Baltimore, Md. (Woodlawn HS) 




20 


Morqan Green 


TB 


5-11 


213 


Fr. 


HS 


White Plains, Md. (Lackey HS/Harqrave Milit.) 


|R i 


87 


Kevin Gresham 


WR 


5-11 


170 


So. 


Tr. 


Lothian, Md (Riverdale Baptist HS'Cheyney Univ ) 


r«5 


67 


Jack Griffin 


OT 


6-7 


294 


Jr. 


2V 


Enfield, Conn. (Enfield HS) 


H/^ 


26(d) 


Chris Gronkowski 


FB 


6-2 


245 


Fr. 


RS 


Amherst, N.Y. (Williamsville North HS) 


j ' 1 i 


13 


Dan Gronkowski 


TE 


6-6 


266 


So. 


SQ 


Amherst, N.Y. (Williamsville North HS) 




57 


Jared Harrell 


LEO 


6-4 


231 


Fr. 


RS 


Milton, Mass. (Tabor Academy) 


)> 


80 
93 


Joey Haynos 


TE 


6-7 


267 


Jr. 


2V 


Rockville, Md. (Gonzaqa Colleqe HS) 




Barrod Heggs 


LEO 


6-2 


265 


Fr. 


RS 


Garden City, Ga. (Groves HS) 


-*"" ", 


1 


Erin Henderson 


LB 


6-3 


242 


So. 


SQ 


Aberdeen, Md. (Aberdeen HS) 




70 


Stephon Heyer 


OT 


6-6 


320 


Sr. 


3V 


Lawrenceville, Ga. (Brookwood HS) 


_l 


8 


Darrius Heyward-Bey 


WR 


6-2 


206 


Fr. 


RS 


Silver Spring, Md. (McDonogh School) 


—l 
< 


14 


Sam Hollenbach 


QB 


6-4 


214 


Sr 


2V 


Sellersville, Pa. (Pennridqe HS) 


54 


David Holloway 


LB 


6-2 


230 


Sr. 


2V 


Stephentown, N.Y. (Albany Academy) 


H 


7 


J P Humber 


TB 


6-0 


221 


Sr. 


2V 


Lakeland, Fla. (George Jenkins HS) 


o 


23(d) 


Emen Ifon 


WR 


5-8 


165 


So. 


SQ 


Laurel. Md (Laurel HS) 


o 


90 


Travis Ivey 


DT 


6-4 


311 


Fr. 


RS 


Riverdale. Md. (Riverdale Baptist HS) 




38 


Cory Jackson 


FB 


6-0 


240 


Fr. 


HS 


Morgantown, W.Va. (University HS) 




37 


Brandon Jackson-Mills 


CB 


5-11 


160 


Fr. 


HS 


Germantown, Md. (Northwest HS) 




35 


Wesley Jefferson 


LB 


6-2 


233 


Jr. 


2V 


Clinton, Md. (Gwynn Park HS) 




30 


J.J. Justice 


S 


6-1 


219 


Jr. 


2V 


Lisbon. Conn. (Norwich Free Academy) 




17 

21 


Adam Kareem 
Keon Lattimore 


CB 
TB 


5-9 
5-11 


187 
221 


Fr. 
Jr. 


RS 
2V 


Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Polytechnic Inst) 
Owings Mills, Md. (Mt. St. Joseph HS/Hargrave M.A.) 




83 


Emani Lee-Odai 


WR 


6-3 


180 


Ft 


HS 


Washington, D.C. (Anacostia HS) 




50 


Jermaine Lemons 


LEO 


6-2 


254 


Jr. 


1V 


Tampa, Fla. (Thomas Jefferson HS) 




25(d) 


Jamari McCollough 


CB 


5-11 


194 


Fr. 


RS 


Baltimore, Md. (Randallstown HS) 




53 


Brendan McDermond 


LS 


6-2 


251 


Jr. 


IV 


Columbia, Md. (River Hill HS) 







62 • 2006 SEASON PREVIEW 



27 SPORT] 







2 

8 

0(d) 

1(d) 

8(d) 

1 

7 (d) 

1(d) 

4 

6 

2(d) 

5 

8(d) 
6 
9 



Name 

Dre Moore 
Adrian Molen 
Jeremy Navarre 



DT 
LB 
DE 



Colin Nelson 


DB 


Brandon Nixon 


OT 


Lee Oliver 


OG 


Danny Oquendo 


WR 


Steve Pfister 


LB 


Dave Philistin 


LB 


Adam Podlesh 


P 


Josh Portis 


QB 


Greg Powell 


WR 


Dane Randolph 


OT 


Hunter Reddick 


S 



Pos. Hgt Wgt CI. Exp. Hometown (High School/Last School) 

6-4 312 Jr. 2V Charlotte, N.C. (Independence HS) 

6-1 210 Fr. HS Suitland, Md. (Gwynn Park HS) 

6-3 263 So, 1V Joppatowne, Md. (Joppatowne HS) 

5-10 183 Jr. RS Landover, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt/McDaniel College) 

6-6 314 Jr. 2V Pottstown, Pa. (Pottstown HS) 

6-2 298 So. SQ Germantown, Md. (Northwestern HS) 

6-0 188 So. 1V Hackensack, N.J. (Hackensack HS) 

6-2 217 Fr. RS Columbia, Md. (Mount St. Joseph HS) 

6-2 223 So. 1V Manchester, N.H. (Manchester Central HS) 

5-11 205 Sr. 3V Pittsford, N.Y. (Pittsford Sutherland HS) 

6-3 200 So. TR Woodland Hills, Calif. (W.H. Taft HS/Florida) 

5-11 187 Sr 1V Annapolis, Md. (Annapolis HS) 

285 So. 1V Columbia, Md. (Wilde Lake HS) 




1(d) 
5(d) 



Jeremy Ricker 
Chris Roberts 
Omarr Savage 
Andrew Schmitt 
Alex Schultz 



QB 



6-5 
6-1 
6-2 



PK 



6-1 



DE 



6-5 



199 Jr. RS San Diego, Calif. (Navy) 

201 Fr. HS Hummelstown, Pa. (Bishop McDevitt HS) 

194 So 1V Fallston, Md. (John Carroll HS/Kings College) 

284 Jr. 2V Piscataway, N.J. (Piscataway HS) 



LS 



6-0 



230 



So. 



IV 



LB 



6-1 



234 



Fr. 



RS 



Derry, Pa. (DerryArea HS) 
Gretna, La. (DeLaSalle HS/Towson) 



3(d) 


Da'Rel Scott 


TB 


6-0 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


Conshohocken, Pa. (Plymouth-Whitemarsh HS) 


[d] 


Bobby Sheahin 


QB 


6-1 


172 


So. 


RS 


Brookville. Md. (Sherwood HSAAA/U) 


5 


Terrell Skinner 


WR 


6-2 


205 


Fr. 


RS 


St. Petersburg, Fla. (Boca Cieqa HS) 


1 


Stephen Smalls 


WR 


6-1 


190 


Fr. 


HS 


Lancaster, Pa. (Conestoqa Valley HS) 


9(d) 


Jordan Steffy 


QB 


6-1 


214 


So. 


1V 


Leola. Pa. (Conestoga Valley HS) 




Richard Taylor 


CB 


5-10 


194 


So. 


1V 


Centreville, Va. (Centreville HS) 


6 


Jaimie Thomas 


OG 


6-4 


328 


So 


1V 


Harnsburq, Pa. (Bishop McDevitt HS) 


7 


Taji Thornton 


CB 


6-1 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


Homestead, Fla. (South Dade HS) 





Chris Turner 


QB 


6-3 


217 


Fr. 


RS 


Simi Valley, Calif. (Chaminade HS) 




Christian Vainer 


FS 


5-11 


196 


Jr. 


2V 


Baltimore, Md. (Randallstown HS) 


4 


Pha Terrell Washington 


CB 


6-0 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


White Plains, Md. (Westlake HS) 


1 


Drew Weatherly 


WR 


6-3 


216 


Sr. 


3V 


Georqetown, Del. (Sussex Central HS) 


Kd) 


Brian Whitmore 


LEO 


6-3 


240 


Fr. 


HS 


Chesapeake, Va. (Oscar F. Smith HS) 





Edwin Williams 


C 


6-2 


318 


So. 


1V 


Washington DC (DeMatha HS) 


4 


Isaiah Williams 


WR 


6-2 


200 


So. 


1V 


Montclair, N.J. (Berqen Catholic HS) 


8(d) 


LaQuan Williams 


CB 


6-1 


175 


Fr. 


HS 


Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Polytechnic HS) 


(d) 


Josh Wilson 


CB 


5-9 


187 


Sr. 


3V 


Upper Marlboro, Md. (DeMatha HS) 


?_M 


Marcus Wimbush 


SS 


5-10 


202 


Sr. 


2V 


Washinqton, D.C. (Dunbar HS) 




Anthony Wiseman 


CB 


5-9 


185 


Fr. 


RS 


Silver Hill, Md. (DeMatha HS) 


9 


Donnie Woods 


OG 


6-3 


289 


Jr. 


2V 


Dade City, Fla. (Thomas Jefferson HS) 


9 


Alex Wuiciak 


LB 


6-3 


235 


Fr. 


HS 


West Caldwell, N.J. (Seton Hall Prep) 


1) indicates duplicate number. 


ey: * 


ndicates varsity letters earned; RS indicates redshirted in 2005; SQ indicates on 


squad in 


>005 but did not letter; HS indicates high school; TR indicates transfer. 






PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 



Player 


Pronunciation 


ChimaAmadi 


CHIH-muh uh-MAH-dee 


Tim Cesa 


CHASE-uh 


Phil and Rick Costa 


KAH-stuh 


Obi Eqekeze 


oh-bee eqq-uh-KAY-zuh 


Carlos Feliciano 


fuh-lee-see-AH-noh 


Moses Fokou 


MOH-zes FO-koo 


Stephon Heyer 


steff-ahn hiqh-err 


Sam Hollenbach 


HALL-un-bock 


Deeqe Gait 


DEEJ GAWLT 


Jared Harrell 


huh-RELL 


Joey Hay nos 


HAY-nohce 


Barrod Heqqs 


beh-RAHD 


Darrius Heyward-Bey 


HAY-werd BAY 


Emen Ifon 


EH-min EYE-fahn 


Keon Lattimore 


KEE-ahn 


Emani Lee-Odai 


eh-MON-ee lee oh-DYE 


Jamari McCollouqh 


iuh-MAR-ree muh-KUHL-luh 


Garrick Cliq 


pronounced with hard q 


Dre Moore 


DRAY 



Player 


Pronunciation 


Jeremy Navarre 


nuh-VAR 


Danny Oquendo 


oh-KEHN-doh 


Dave Philistin 


FILL-liss-teen 


Adam Podlesh 


pod-lesh 


Bobby Sheahin 


SHEE-in 


Terrell Skinner 


tuh-REHL 


Stephen Smalls 


STEFF-ahn 


Jaimie Thomas 


iay-mee 


Pha'Terrell Washinqton 


fuh-TARE-ull 


LaQuan Williams 


luh-KWAN 


Alex Wuiciak 


WOO-iack 


Coach 


Pronunciation 


Bryan Bossard 


BO-sard 


Tom Brattan 


rhymes with latin 


Ralph Friedqen 


FREE-iun 


Ray Rychleski 


rich-LESS-key 


Dave Sollazzo 


so-LAH-zo 


Phil Zacharias 


zack-uh-RY-us 



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No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Hqt 


Wgt 


CI. 


Exp. 


Hometown (Hiqh School/Last School) 


1 


Erin Henderson 


LB 


6-3 


242 


So. 


SQ 


Aberdeen, Md. (Aberdeen HS) 


2 


Kevin Barnes 


CB 


6-1 


181 


So. 


1V 


Glen Burnie, Md. (Old Mill HS) 


3 


Christian Varner 


FS 


5-11 


196 


Jr. 


2V 


Baltimore, Md. (Randallstown HS) 


4(d) 


Bobby Sheahin 


QB 


6-1 


172 


So. 


RS 


Brookville, Md. (Sherwood HS/WVU) 


4(d) 


Josh Wilson 


CB 


5-9 


187 


Sr. 


3V 


Upper Marlboro, Md. (DeMatha HS) 


5 


Isaiah Gardner 


CB 


5-11 


194 


Jr. 


1V 


Virginia Beach, Va (Salem HS/Notre Dame) 


6 


Anthony Wiseman 


CB 


5-9 


185 


Fr. 


RS 


Silver Hill, Md. (DeMatha HS) 


7 


J.P Humber 


TB 


6-0 


221 


Sr. 


2V 


Lakeland, Fla. (Georqe Jenkins HS) 


8 


Damns Heyward-Bey 


WR 


6-2 


206 


Fr. 


RS 


Silver Spring, Md. (McDonoqh School) 


9 


Richard Taylor 


CB 


5-10 


194 


So 


1V 


Centreville, Va. (Centreville HS) 


10 


Chris Turner 


QB 


6-3 


217 


Fr. 


RS 


Simi Valley, Calif. (Chaminade HS) 


11 


Drew Weatherly 


WR 


6-3 


216 


Sr. 


3V 


Georqetown, Del. (Sussex Central HS) 


12(d) 


Josh Portis 


QB 


6-3 


200 


So. 


TR 


Woodland Hills, Calif. (W.H. Taft HS/Florida) 


12(d) 


Marcus Wimbush 


SS 


5-10 


202 


Sr. 


2V 


Washington. D.C (Dunbar HS) 


13 


Dan Gronkowski 


TE 


6-6 


266 


So. 


SQ 


Amherst, N.Y. (Williamsville North HS) 


14 


Sam Hollenbach 


QB 


6-4 


214 


Sr. 


2V 


Sellersville, Pa. (Pennridqe HS) 


15 


Jason Goode 


TE 


6-3 


233 


Jr. 


2V 


Baltimore, Md. (Woodlawn HS) 


16 


Jeremy Ricker 


QB 


6-2 


201 


Fr. 


HS 


Hummelstown, Pa. (Bishop McDevitt HS) 


17(d) 


Adam Kareem 


CB 


5-9 


187 


Fr. 


RS 


Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Polytechnic Inst.) 


17(d) 


Danny Oquendo 


WR 


6-0 


188 


So. 


1V 


Hackensack, N.J. (Hackensack HS) 


18(d) 


Hunter Reddick 


S 


6-1 


199 


Jr. 


RS 


San Dieqo, Calif. (Navy) 


18(d) 


LaQuan Williams 


CB 


6-1 


175 


Fr. 


HS 


Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Polytechnic HS) 


19(d) 


ChimaAmadi 


FS 


5-11 


203 


Jr. 


SQ 


Riverdale, Md. (Laurel HS) 


19(d) 


Jordan Steffy 


QB 


6-1 


214 


So. 


1V 


Leola, Pa. (Conestoqa Valley HS) 


20 


Morqan Green 


TB 


5-11 


213 


Fr. 


HS 


White Plains, Md. (Lackey HS/Harqrave Milit.) 


21 


Keon Lattimore 


TB 


5-11 


221 


Jr. 


2V 


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


22(d) 


Dan Ennis 


PK 


5-10 


158 


Sr. 


1V 


Sykesville, Md. (Glenelq HS) 


22(d) 


Greq Gaston 


PK 


5-9 


181 


Fr. 


RS 


Memphis, Tenn. (Christian Brothers HS) 


23(d) 


Emen Ifon 


WR 


5-8 


165 


So. 


SQ 


Laurel, Md. (Laurel HS) 


23(d) 


Da'Rel Scott 


TB 


6-0 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


Conshohocken, Pa. (Plymouth-Whitemarsh HS) 


24 


Pha'Terrell Washinqton 


CB 


6-0 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


White Plains, Md. (Westlake HS) 


25(d) 


Kyle Fraser 


FB 


6-0 


261 


Fr. 


RS 


Herndon, Va. (Lanqley HS) 


25(d) 


Jamari McCollouqh 


CB 


5-11 


194 


Fr. 


RS 


Baltimore, Md. (Randallstown HS) 


26(d) 


Chris Gronkowski 


FB 


6-2 


245 


Fr. 


RS 


Amherst, N.Y. (Williamsville North HS) 


27 


Tap Thornton 


CB 


6-1 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


Homestead, Fla. (South Dade HS) 


29 


Jeff Allen 


S 


6-0 


190 


So. 


1V 


Woodbridqe, Va. (DeMatha HS) 


30 


J.J. Justice 


S 


6-1 


219 


Jr. 


2V 


Lisbon, Conn. (Norwich Free Academy) 


31(d) 


Colin Nelson 


DB 


5-10 


183 


Jr. 


RS 


Landover, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt/McDaniel Colleqe) 


31(d) 


Andrew Schmitt 


LS 


6-0 


230 


So 


1V 


Derry, Pa. (Derry Area HS) 


32 


Tim Cesa 


FB 


6-1 


256 


Jr. 


2V 


Kennesaw, Ga. (Harrison HS) 


33 


Josh Allen 


TB 


5-11 


215 


Sr. 


3V 


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


34 


Dave Philistin 


LB 


6-2 


223 


So 


1V 


Manchester, N.H. (Manchester Central HS) 


35 


Wesley Jefferson 


LB 


6-2 


233 


Jr. 


2V 


Clinton, Md. (Gwvnn Park HS) 


36 


Adam Podlesh 


P 


5-11 


205 


Sr. 


3V 


Pittsford, N.Y. (Pittsford Sutherland HS) 



Jared Baum 



DB 



6-0 



200 



Fr. 



RS 



Bel Air, Md. (Archbishop Curley HS) 



Brandon Jackson-Mills 



CB 



5-11 



160 



Fr. 



HS 



Germantown, Md. (Northwest HS) 





38 


Cory Jackson 


FB 


6-0 


240 


Fr. 


HS 


Morgantown, W.Va. (University HS) 


—J 


39 


Obi Eqekeze 


PK 


6-2 


218 


So. 


SQ 


Augusta, Ga. (Westside HS) 


-J 

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Q3 


40(d) 


David Akatu 


TB 


5-8 


184 


Fr. 


HS 


Rockville, Md. (Bethesda-Chevy Chase HS) 


40(d) 


Jeremy Navarre 


DE 


6-3 


263 


So. 


1V 


Joppatowne, Md. (Joppatowne HS) 


H 


42(d) 


Chase Bullock 


LB 


6-2 


235 


So. 


SQ 


Durham, N.C. (Northern HS) 


° 


42(d) 


Brian Dickerson 


LB 


5-10 


207 


So. 


SQ 


Bethesda, Md. (Walt Whitman HS) 


o. 


43 


Rick Costa 


LB 


6-0 


246 


So. 


SQ 


Moorestown, N.J. (Holy Cross HS/Temple Univ.) 




44 


Lance Ball 


TB 


5-9 


216 


Jr. 


1V 


Teaneck, N.J. (Teaneck HS) 


Q 


45(d) 


Tommy Gait 


TE 


6-5 


253 


Fr. 


RS 


Silver Spring, Md. (Good Counsel HS) 


45(d) 


Alex Schultz 


LB 


6-1 


234 


Fr. 


RS 


Gretna, La. (DeLaSalle HS/Towson) 


-J- 


47 


Jeff Clement 


LB 


6-2 


231 


Fr. 


RS 


Westville, N.J. (Deptford HS) 




48 


Moses Fokou 


LB 


6-1 


216 


So. 


RS 


Rockville, Md. (Frostburg State) 




49 


Chris Roberts 


PK 


6-1 


194 


So. 


1V 


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




50 


Jermaine Lemons 


LEO 


6-2 


254 


Jr. 


1V 


Tampa, Fla. (Thomas Jefferson HS) 




51 Id) 


Steve Pfister 


LB 


6-2 


217 


Fr. 


RS 


Columbia, Md. (Mount St. Joseph HS) 




51(d) 


Brian Whitmore 


LEO 


6-3 


240 


Fr. 


HS 


Chesapeake, Va. (Oscar F. Smith HS) 




52 


Chris Clinton 


LB 


6-2 


245 


Fr. 


HS 


Lakeland, Fla. (Evangel Christian HS/Fork Union Milit.) 







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Name 

Brendan McDermond 
David Holloway 
Trey Covington 
Deege Gait 
Jared Harrell 
Adrian Moten 
Brandon Nixon 
Alex Wujciak 
Edwin Williams 
Lee Oliver 
Andrew Crummey 
Evan Eastburn 
Garnck Clig 
Jack Griffin 
Carlos Feliciano 
Donnie Woods 
Stephon Heyer 
Phil Costa 
Dane Randolph 
Jaimie Thomas 
Scott Burley 
Jared Gaither 
Joey Haynos 



Pos. 



Hgt Wgt 



CI. 



Exp. 



LS 


6-2 


251 


Jr. 


1V 


LB 


6-2 


230 


Sr 


2V 


LEO 


6-2 


252 


So 


1V 


DE 


il .1 


254 


Fr. 


RS 


LEO 


1,-4 


231 


Fr. 


RS 


LB 


6-1 


210 


Fr. 


HS 


OT 


6-6 


314 


Jr. 


2V 


LB 


6-3 


2:i c , 


Fr. 


HS 


C 


6-2 


318 


So. 


1V 


OG 


6-2 


298 


So. 


SQ 


OG 


6-5 


301 


Jr. 


2V 


C 


6-2 


290 


Fr. 


HS 


OG 


1,4 


296 


Jr 


IV 


OT 


6-7 


294 


Jr. 


2V 


NT 


6-4 


307 


Jr. 


2V 



OG 



6-3 



289 



Jr. 



2V 



OT 



6-6 



320 



Sr. 



3V 



6-2 



299 



Fr. 



RS 



OT 



6-5 



285 



So. 1V 



OG 



6-4 



328 



OT 



6-5 



326 



So. 
Jr. 



1V 
2V 



OT 



6-9 



350 



So. 



1V 



TE 



6-7 



267 



2V 



Hometown (High School/Last School) 

Columbia, Md. (River Hill HS) 

Stephentown, NY. (Albany Academy) 

Bowie, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 

Silver Spring, Md. (Good Counsel HS) 

Milton, Mass. (Tabor Academy) 

Suitland, Md. (Gwynn Park HS) 

Pottstown, Pa. (Pottstown HS) 

West Caldwell, N.J. (Seton Hall Prep) 

Washington, D.C. (DeMatha HS) 

Germantown, Md. (Northwestern HS) 

Van Wert, Ohio (Van Wert HS) 

Boulder, Colo. (Fairview HS) 

Port Orange, Fla. (Spruce Creek HS) 

Enfield, Conn. (Enfield HS) 

Elizabeth, N.J. (Elizabeth HS) 

Dade City, Fla. (Thomas Jefferson HS) 

Lawrenceville, Ga. (Brookwood HS) 

Moorestown, N.J. (Holy Cross HS) 

Columbia, Md. (Wilde Lake HS) 

Harrisburg, Pa. (Bishop McDevitt HS) 

Baltimore, Md. (Woodlawn HS) 

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

Rockville, 



(GonzagaCoJIege HS) 



I Stephen Smalls 


WR 


6-1 


190 


Fr. 


HS 


Lancaster, Pa. (Conestoga Valley HS) 


1 Nolan Carroll 


WR 


6-0 


201 


Fr. 


RS 


Green Cove Sprinqs, Fla. (Clay HS) 


i Emani Lee-Odai 


WR 


6-3 


180 


Fr. 


HS 


Washington, DC. (Anacostia HS) 


]l Isaiah Williams 


WR 


6-2 


200 


So. 


1V 


Montclair, N.J. (Bergen Catholic HS) 


j Terrell Skinner 


WR 


6-2 


205 


Fr. 


RS 


St. Petersburg, Fla. (Boca Ciega HS) 



Drew Gloster 



TE 



6-3 



225 



Fr. 



HS 



Germantown, Md. (Good Counsel H S) 



r 



Kevin Gresham 



WR 



5-11 



170 



So. 



Tr. 



Loth ian, Md. (Rive rdale Baptist HS/Cheyney Univ.) 



}(d) 

)(dl 



Greg Powell 
Adrian Cannon 
Matt Goldberg 



WR 5-11 187 Sr. 1V Annapol is, Md. (Annapolis HS) 

WR 6-3 200 Fr HS Pontiac, Mich. (Avondale HS) 

WR 6-2 187 So. SQ Balti more, Md. (M ount St. JosephHS) . 



Travis Ivey 



DT 



6-4 



311 



Fr. 



RS 



Riverdale, Md. (Riverdale Baptist HSJ 



Mack Frost 



DE 



6-5 



257 



So. 



1V 



Columb ia, S.C. (Spring Vall ey HS) 



Dre Moore 



DT 



6-4 



312 



2V 



Charlotte, N.C. (Ind ependence HS) 



\ Barrod Heqqs 


LEO 


6-2 


265 


Fr. 


RS 


Garden City, Ga. (Groves HS) 


i Conrad Bolston 


DT 


6-3 


303 


Sr. 


3V 


Burtonsville. Md (St John's Colleqe HS) 


1 Omarr Savage 


DE 


6-5 


284 


Jr. 


2V 


Piscataway, N.J. (Piscataway HS] 


l Rob Armstronq 


DT 


6-4 


327 


Jr 


2V 


Arlington, Va [Washington Lee HS/Fork Union Military) 


) indicates duplicate number. 



^indicates varsity letters earn ed; RS indicates redshirted in 2005; SQ indicate s on squad in 2005 but did not letter; HS indicates high school; TR indicates transfer. 




PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 



Player 


Pronunciation 


Chima Amadi 


CHIH-muh uh-MAH-dee 


Tim Cesa 


CHASE-uh 


Phil and Rick Costa 


KAH-stuh 


Obi Eqekeze 


oh-bee eqq-uh-KAY-zuh 


Carlos Feliciano 


fuh-lee-see-AH-noh 


Moses Fokou 


MOH-zesFO-koo 


Stephon Heyer 


steff-ahn hiqh-err 


Sam Hollenbach 


HALL-un-bock 


Deeqe Gait 


DEEJ GAWLT 


Jared Harrell 


huh-RELL 


Joey Haynos 


HAY-nohce 


Barred Heqqs 


beh-RAHD 


Darrius Hevward-Bey 


HAY-werd BAY 


Emen Ifon 


EH-min EYE-fahn 


Keon Lattimore 


KEE-ahn 


Emani Lee-Odai 


eh-MON-ee lee oh-DYE 


Jamah McCollouqh iuh-MAR-ree muh-KUHL-luh 


Garnck Cliq 


pronounced with hard q 


Dre Moore 


DRAY 



Player 


Pronunciation 


Jeremy Navarre 


nuh-VAR 


Danny Oquendo 


oh-KEHN-doh 


Dave Philistin 


FILL-liss-teen 


Adam Podlesh 


pod-lesh 


Bobby Sheahin 


SHEE-in 


Terrell Skinner 


tuh-REHL 


Stephen Smalls 


STEFF-ahn 


Jaimie Thomas 


iay-mee 


Pha'Terrell Washinqton 


fuh-TARE-ull 


LaQuan Williams 


luh-KWAN 


Alex Wujciak 


WOO-jack 


Coach 


Pronunciation 


Bryan Bossarc 


BO-sard 


Tom Brattan 


rhymes with latin 


Ralph Friedqen 


FREE-iun 


Ray Rychleski 


rich-LESS-key 


Dave Sollazzo 


so-LAH-zo 


Phil Zacharias 


zack-uh-RY-us 



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TERPS BY STATE 



No. Name 


Pos. 


CI. 


Hometown (Hiqh School/Last School) 


CALIFORNIA (3) 

12 (d) Josh Portis 


QB 
S 


So. 

Jr. 


Woodland Hills, Calif. (W.H. Taft HS/Florida) 


18(d) Hunter Reddick 


San Dieqo, Calif (Navy) 


10 Chris Turner 


QB 


Fr. 


Simi Valley, Calif (ChammadeHS) 


COLORADO (1) 

64 Evan Easlburn 


C 


Fr. 


Boulder, Colo. (Fairview HS) 


CONNECTICUT (2) 

67 Jack Griffin 


OT 


Jr. 


Enfield, Conn. (Enfield HS) 


30 J.J. Justice 


S 


■Jr. 


Lisbon, Conn. (Norwich Free Academy) 


DELAWARE (1) 

11 Drew Weatherly 


WR 


Sr 


Georqetown, Del. (Sussex Central HS) 


FLORIDA (9) 

33 Josh Allen 


TB 


Sr. 


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


82 Nolan Carroll 


WR 


Fr. 


Green Cove Sprinqs, Fla. (Clay HS) 


66 Garrick Cliq 


OG 


Jr. 


Port Oranqe, Fla (Spruce Creek HS) 


52 Chris Clinton 


LB 


Fr. 


Lakeland, Fla (Evanqel Christian HSfork Union Milit ) 


7 J.P Humber 


TB 


Sr. 


Lakeland, Fla (Georqe Jenkins HS) 


50 Jermaine Lemons 


LEO 


Jr. 


Tampa. Fla (Thomas Jefferson HS) 


85 Terrell Skinner 


WR 


Fr. 


St. Petersburq, Fla (Boca Cieqa HS) 


27 Taji Thornton 


CB 


Fr. 


Homestead, Fla. (South Dade HS) 


69 Donnie Woods 


OG 


Jr. 


Dade City, Fla (Thomas Jefferson HS) 


GEORGIA (4) 

32 Tim Cesa 


FB 


Jr 


Kennesaw, Ga (Harnson HS) 


39 Obi Eqekeze 


PK 


So 


Auqusta, Ga. (Westside HS) 


93 Barrod Heqqs 


LEO 


Fr. 


Garden City, Ga. (Groves HS) 


70 Stephon Heyer 


OT 


Sr. 


Lawrenceville, Ga. (Brookwood HS) 


LOUISIANA (1) 

45 (d) Alex Schultz 


LB 


Fr. 


Gretna, La. (DeLaSalle HS/Towson) 


MARYLAND (42) 

40 David Akatu 


TB 


Fr. 


Rockville, Md. (Bethesda-Chevy Chase HS) 


19(d) ChimaAmadi 


FS 


Jr. 


Riverdale, Md (Laurel HS) 


2 Kevin Barnes 


CB 


So 


Glen Bumie. Md (Old Mill HS) 


37 (d) Jared Baum 


DB 


Fr. 


Bel Air, Md Archbishop CurieyHS) 


95 Conrad Bolston 


DT 


Sr. 


Burtonsville, Md (St John's Colleqe HS) 


77 Scott Burtey 


OT 


Jr. 


Baltimore. Md [Woodlawn HS) 


55 Trey Covinqton 


LEO 


So 


Bowie, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 


86 Drew Gloster 


TE 


Fr. 


Germantown. Md (Good Counsel HS) 


42 (d) Brian Dickerson 


LB 


So 


Bethesda. Md (Walt Whitman HS) 


22 (d) Dan Ennis 


PK 


Sr. 


Sykesville, Md (Glenelg HS) 


48 Moses Fokou 


LB 


So 


Rockville, Md (The Bullis School/Frostburq State) 


78 Jared Gaither 


OT 


So 


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


56 Deeqe Gait 


DE 


Fr. 


Silver Spnnq, Md (Good Counsel HS) 


45 Tommy Gall 


TE 


Fr. 


Silver Spnnc] Md. (Good Counsel HS) 


89 (d) Matt Goldberq 


WR 


So 


Baltimore. Md (Mount St Joseph HS) 


15 Jason Goode 


TE 


Jr. 


Baltimore. Md (Woodlawn HS) 


20 Morqan Green 


TB 


Fr 


White Plains, Md (Lackey HS/Harqrave Milit ) 


87 Kevin Gresham 


WR 


So 


Lothian, Md (Riverdale Baptist HS/Cheyney Univ ) 


1 Enn Henderson 


LB 


So 


Aberdeen, Md (Aberdeen HS) 


8 Damus Heyward-Bev 


WR 


Fr. 


Silver Spnnq, Md (McDonoqh School) 


23 (d) Emen Ifon 


WR 


So 


Laurel, Md (Laurel HS) 


90 Travis Ivey 


DT 


Fi 


Riverdale. Md (Riverdale Baptist HS) 


37 Brandon Jackson-Mills 


CB 


Fr. 


Germantown. Md (Northwest HS) 


35 Wesley Jefferson 


LB 


Jr. 


Clinton, Md (Gwynn Park HS) 


17 Adam Kareem 


CB 


Fr. 


Baltimore. Md (Baltimore Polytechnic Inst.) 


21 Keon Lattimore 


TB 


Jr 


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


25 (dj_ Jaman McCollough 


CB 


Fr. 


Baltimore, Md (Randallstown HS) 


53 Brendan McDermond 


LS 


Jr. 


Columbia Md (River Hill HS) 


58 Adrian Moten 


LB 


Fr. 


Suitland. Md (Gwynn Park HS) 


40 (d) Jeremj Navarre 


DE 


So 


Joppatowne, Md (Joppatowne HS) 



31 fd| 


Colin Nelson 


DB 


Jr. 


61 


Lee Oliver 


OG 


So. 


51(d) 


Steve Pfister 


LB 


Fr. 


88 


Greq Powell 


WR 


Sr. 


75 


Dane Randolph 


OT 


So. 


4') 


Chris Roberts 


PK 


So. 



Landover, Md (Eleanor Roosevelt/McDaniel College) 

G erman town, Md (Northwestern HS) 

Columbia. Md (Mount St Joseph HS) 

Annapolis, Md (Annapolis HS) 

Columbia. Md (Wilde Lake HS) 



4 (d) Bobby Sheahin 

3 

24 

18Jd_ 

4(d) 
6 



QB So 



Christian Varner 

Pha Terrell Washington 
L aQuan W illiam s 
Josh Wilson 



FS 

CB 



Jr 



Fr 



Fallston, Md (John Carroll HS/Kings Colleqe) 
Brookville, Md (Sherwood HS/WVU) 
Baltimore. Md [Randallstown HS) 



CB Fr 



CB Sr 



Anthony Wiseman 



CB Fr. 



White Plains, Md (Westlake HS) 
Baltimore. Md (Baltimore Polytec hnic HS ) 
Upper Marlboro, Md (DeMatha HS) 
Silver Hill. Md (DeMatha HS) 



No. Name 


Pos. 


CI 


Hometown (Hiqh School/Last School) 


MASSACHUSSETTS (2) 

57 Jared Harrell LEO 


Fr. 


Milton, Mass. (Tabor Academy) 


80 Joey Haynos 


TE 


Jr. 


Rockville, Md. (Gonzaqa Colleqe HS) 


MICHIGAN (1) 

89 (d) Adnan Cannon 


WR 


Fr. 


Pontiac. Mich (Avondale HS) 


NEW HAMPSHIRE (1) 

34 Dave Philistin LB 


So. 


Manchester. N H (Manchester Central HS) 



NEW JERSEY (9) 

44 Lance Ball 



TB Jr 



Teaneck, N.J. (Teaneck HSJ 



47 Jeff Clement 


LB 


Fr. 


Westville, N.J (Deptford HS) 


72 Phil Costa 


C 


Fr. 


Moorestown, N.J (Holy Cross HS) 


43 Rick Costa 


LB 


So 


Moorestown. N.J. (Holy Cross HS/Temple Univ.) 


68 Carlos Feliciano 


NT 


Jr. 


Elizabeth, N J (Elizabeth HS) 


17(d) Danny Oquendo 


WR 


So. 


Hackensack, N J (Hackensack HS) 


98 Omarr Savaqe 


DE 


Jr. 


Piscataway, N J (Piscataway HS) 


84 Isaiah Williams 


WR 


So. 


Montclair, N J (Bergen Catholic HS) 


59 Alex Wujciak 


LB 


Fr. 


West Caldwell. N.J. (Seton Hall Prep) 


NEW YORK (5) 

26 (d) Chns Gronkowski 


FB 


Fr. 


Amherst, N.Y. (Williamsville North HS) 


13 Dan Gronkowski 


TE 


So 


Amherst, N.Y (Williamsville North HS) 


54 David Holloway 


LB 


Sr. 


Stephentown. NY (Albany Academy) 


36 Adam Podlesh 


P 


Sr. 


Pittsford, N.Y. (Pittsford Sutherland HS) 


96 Eric Levy 


DT 


Fr. 


Cornwall, N.Y. (Don Bosco Prep) 


NORTH CAROLINA (2) 

42 (d) Chase Bullock LB 


So 


Durham. N.C. (Northern HS) 


92 Ore Moore 


DT 


Jr. 


Charlotte. N.C. (Independence HS) 


OHIO(1) 

63 Andrew Crummev 


OG 


Jr. 


Van Wert, Ohio (Van Wert HS) 


PENNSYLVANIA (8) 

14 Sam Hollenbach 


QB 


Sr. 


Sellersville, Pa. (Pennridqe HS) 


58 (d) Brandon Nixon 


OT 


Jr 


Pottstown, Pa. (Pottstown HS) 


16 Jeremy Ricker 


QB 


Fr. 


Hummelstown. Pa (Bishop McDevitt HS) 


31(d) Andrew Schmitt 


LS 


So. 


Deny, Pa. (Deny Area HS) 


23 (d) De'Rel Scott 


TB 
WR 


Fr. 
Fr. 


Conshohocken. Pa (Plymouth-Whitemarsh HS) 


81 Stephen Smalls 


Lancaster, Pa (Conestoqa Valley HS) 


19 (d) Jordan Steffy 


QB 


So 


Leola, Pa (Conestoqa Valley HS) 


76 Jaimie Thomas 


OG 


So. 


Hamsburq, Pa. (Bishop McDevitt HS) 


SOUTH CAROLINA (1 ) 

91 Mack Frost DE 


So 


Columbia, S.C, (Sprinq Valley HS) 


TENNESSEE (1) 

22 (d) Greq Gaston 


PK 


Fr. 


Memphis, Tenn. (Chnstian Brothers HS) 


VIRGINIA (6) 

29 Jeff Allen 


S 


So 


Woodbndqe, Va. (DeMatha HS) 


99 Rob Armstronq 


DT 


Jr. 


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


25 (d) Kyle Fraser 


FB 


Fr. 


Herndon, Va (Langley HS) 


5 Isaiah Gardner 


CB 


Jr. 


Virginia Beach. Va (Salem HS/Notre Dame) 


9 Richard Taylor 


CB 


So. 


Centreville, Va (Centreville HS) 


51 (d) Bnan Whitmore 


LEO 


Fr. 


Chesapeake, Va. (Oscar F. Smith HS) 


WASHINGTON D.C. (3) 

83 Emani Lee-Odai WR 


Fr. 


Washinqton, DC (Anacostia HS) 


60 Edwin Williams 


C 


So. 


Washington, D.C. (DeMatha HS) 


12(d) Marcus Wimbush 


SS 


Sr. 


Washinqton, D.C. (Dunbar HS) 


WEST VIRGINIA (1) 

38 Cory Jackson 


FB 


Fr 


Morqanlown, W.Va. (University HS) 





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PERSONNEL BREAKDOWN 



.ettermen Returning (46) 
Mfense(21) 

jarierback Sam Hollenbach 

.ilback Lance Ball, J.P. Humber, Keon Lattimore 

Tim Cesa 

Danny Oquendo, Greg Powell, Drew 
Wealherly, Isaiah Williams 
Jason Goode, Joey Haynos 
Scott Burley, Gamck Clig, Andrew 
Crummey, Jared Gaither. Jack Griffin (DL 
in '05), Brandon Nixon, Dane Randolph, 
Jaimie Thomas, Edwin Williams, Donnie 
Woods 



Lettermen Lost (17) 



illback 
ide Receiver 



ght End 



ie 



Jefense (20) 

ne Conrad Bolston, Carlos Feliciano, Mack 

Frost, Jack Gnffm, Dre Moore, Jeremy 
Navarre, Omarr Savage 
Trey Covington, David Holloway, Wesley 
Jefferson. Jermaine Lemons, Dave 
Philistjn 



nabackei 



Offense (13) 

Quarterback Joel Statham 


Tailback 


Mario Merrills 


Fullback 


Matt Deese , Ricardo Dickerson 


Wide Receiver 


Paschal Abiamin, Dernck Fenner, Danny 
Melendez, Jo Jo Walker 


Tight End 


Vernon Davis, Derek Miller, Brad Schell 


Line 


Russell Bonham, Ryan McDonald 


Defense (4) 

Linebacker D'Qwell Jackson, William Kershaw 


Secondary 


Milton Hams, Gernck McPhearson 


Specialists (0) 

Kicker 


Punter 


Snaps 



acondary 



Jeff Allen, Kevin Barnes, Isaiah Gardner, 
J.J. Justice, Richard Taylor, Chnstian 
Vamerjosh Wilson. Marcus Wimbush 



Specialists (5) 



jnter 

cker 



Adam Podlesh 

Dan Ennis, Chns Roberts 



naps 



Brendan McDermond, Andrew Schmitt 




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



Starters Returning (16) 

Offense (7) 



QB Sam Hollenbach 


10/11 


tb Lance Ball 


4/4 


FB Tim Cesa 


3/3 


OT Jared Gaither 


8/8 


OG Andrew Crummey 


11 16 


OG Donnie Woods 


10/11 


OT Brandon Nixon 


11/12 


Defense (7) 

DE Jeremy Navarre 


10/10 


DT Conrad Bolstor 


11/21 


DT Dre Moore 


3/3 


LB David Holloway 


H22 


LB Trey Covington 


9/9 


CB Josr. Wilson 


11/15 


S Chnstian Vamer 


10/10 


Specialists (2) 

?y Dan Ennis 


11/11 


P Adam Podlesh 


35/35 


Starters Lost (8) 

Offense (4) 

TE Vernon Davis 11/17 


.'. R Derrick Fenner 


9/19 


WR Jo Jo Walker 


8/11 


C Ryan McDonald 


11/11 


Defense (4) 

LB D'Qwell Jackson 


10/34 


LB William Kershaw 


10/20 


CB Gerrick McPhearson 


10/16 


S Milton Harris 


11/11 


Specialists (0) 

Note: 2005 starts/career starts in third column. 






2006 Lettermen 

at a Glance 

Offense 

Returning: 21 Lost 13 

Defense 

R eturning: 20 Lost: 4 

Specialists 

Returning: 5 LostO 




2006 Starters 

at a Glance 

Offense 

Returning: 7 



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Lost 4 



Defense 



Lost 4 



Specialists 

Returning: 2 LostO 



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QUICK FACTS 



General 

Name of School 


University of Maryland 


City, Zip 


Colleqe Park, Md. 20742 


Founded 


1856 


Enrollment 


35,392 


Nickname 


Terrapins, Terps 


School Colors 


Red, White, Black, Gold 


Stadium 


Byrd Stadium 


Capacity (Surface) 


51,500 (Natural Grass) 


Affiliation 


NCAA Division l-A 


Conference / Division 


Atlantic Coast Conference /Atlantic 


President (Alma Mater, Year) 


Dr. CD. Mote, Jr. (California '51) 


Athletics Director (Alma Mater, Year) 


Deborah A. Yow (Eton 74) 


History 

First year of football 


1892 


All-time record 


575-504-43 (.532/1,125 qames) 


All-time bowl/playoff record 


8-10-2 


Yrs. in postseason 20 (194749-51-53-55-73-74-75-76-77-78-80-82-83-84-85-90-01-02-03) 


Last postseason appearance 


2003 


Last postseason result 


def. West Virqinia, 41-7 (Toyota Gator Bowl, 1/1/04) 


Media Relations 

Associate Director/Football Contact 


Greq Creese 


Office 


301-314-7065 


E-Mail 


qcreese@umd.edu 


Assoc. A.D./Media Relations 


Douq Dull 


SID office phone 


(301)314-7064 


Home phone 


(410) 796-4449 


E-Mail 


ddull(5>umd.edu 


Press Box Phone 


301-405-7810 


SID Mailinq Address 


2725 Comcast Center, Colleqe Park, MD 20742 


Overniqht Address 


2725 Comcast Center, Colleqe Park, MD 20742 


Web Site 


www.umterps.com 





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Coaching Staff 

Head Coach 




Ralph Friedq 


Alma Mater, Year 




Maryland Pi 


Record at school (years) 




41-20 1 


Career record (years) 




sat 


Football office phone 




301-314-70 


Best time to reach coach 


Throuqh Media Relations Off? 


Weekly Press Conference 


(available online at 


Tuesday, 1 p 
www.wmucsports.co 


ASSISTANT COACHES 


Chris Cosh (Virginia Tech '83) 


Def. Coordinator/ 
Inside Linebackers 


2nd year at Maryla. 


Tim Banks (Central Michiqan '94) 


Secondary' 


4th year at Maryla 


Bryan Bossard (Delaware '89) 


Wide Receivers 


2nd year at Marylai 


Tom Brattan (Delaware 72) 


Offensive Line 


6th year at Marylai 


John Donovan (Johns Hopkins '97) 


Quarterbacks 


6th year at Marylai 


Ray Rychleski (Millersville 79) 


Special Teams Coordinator/ 
Tiqht Ends 


6th year at Marylai 


Al Seamonson (Wisconsin '82) 


Outside Linebackers/ 
Special Teams Assistant 


6th year at Marylai 


Dave Sollazzo (The Citadel 77) 


Defensive Line/ 
Recruitinq Coordinator 


7th year at Marylai 


Phil Zacharias (Salem Colleqe '81) 


Runninq Backs 


1st year al Marylai 


John Paczkowski (Col. of N.J. '96) 


Graduate Assistant (Defense]_ 


3rd year at Marylai 
3rd year at Marylai 


John Kelley (Towson '04) 


Graduate Assistant (Offense) 


FOOTBALL STAFF 


Dan Hickson 


Director of Football Operations 


2nd year at Marylai 


Jonah Basset! (Catawba Col '99} 


Video Coordinator 


3rd year at Marylar 



B ryan Matso n (Toson '99) 
Dwiqht Gait (Maryl and '81) 
Brian White (Juaniata '04) 



Hea d Football Athletic Trainer 
Strength & Conditioning Coach 

Strength & Conditioning Intern 



2nd year at Marylar 

13th year at Marylar 

1st year at Ma rylar 



Team Informatk 

2005 overall record 


in 


5! 


2005 conference record/finish 




3-5 (T-4th Atlantic Divisioi 


2005 final rankings 




Not rank-; 


Basic offense 




Multip 


Basic defense 




Multip 


Letterwinners returning 


Offense: 21 


Defense: 20 




Specialty: 5 


Total: 46 


Letterwinners lost 


Offense: 13 


Defense: 4 




Specialty: 


Total: 17 


Starters returning 


Offense: 7 


Defense: 7 




Specialty: 2 


Total: 16 




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76-81 - CLEMENT - GARDNER 



82-87 - GASTON - HUMBER 



88-93 - IFON - PFISTER 



94-99 - PHILISTIN - TAYLOR 



100-104 - THOMAS - WOODS 



105-107 - NEWCOMERS 



108 - PRESEASON HONORS 



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AKATU 




TAILBACK 

5-8 • 203 • FR.-HS 

ROCKVILLE. MD. 

(BETHESDA CHEVY CHASE HS) 

On Akatu: First-year walk-on who joined the Terps in spring 
... competing at one of the team's deepest spots, will likely 
work with the scout team in '06. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner at Bethesda-Chevy 
Chase High School in Bethesda, Md. ... a three-year varsity 
captain ... also lettered two years in track ... part of the 
Maryland 4A bronze medal 4x1 00 relay team ... high school 
coach was John Zehner. 

Personal: David Akatu was bom February 15, 1988 in Lagos, 
Nigena ... son of Margaret and Patrick Akatu . . . brother, Ber- 
nard, was a walk-on receiver at Notre Dame from 1 998-2002 
... enrolled in the College of Letters and Sciences. 



ALLEN 




SAFETY 

6-0- 190 SO IV 
WOODBRIDGE. VA. 
(DEMATHA HS) 

On Allen: Promising young safety who will get a shot at 
increased playing time this season ... saw significant action 
on special teams as a freshman .. . athletic player with a nose 
for the ball ...solid tackier. 

2005 (Freshman): Played in all 11 games, primarily on 
special teams (kick coverage) . . . recorded eight tackles (four 
solo) ... (vs. CU) ... lone tackle came when he took out the 
legs of KR Duane Coleman on opening kickoff ... (vs. Navy) 
... finished with one tackle in the first game of his career. 

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 returned kicks ... 
rushed 133 times for 1,128 yards and 15 touchdowns as a 
senior ... averaged 106.3 yards per game and 8.5 yards per 
carry ... also recorded 54 tackles and four interceptions ... 



rushed for 85 yards and two 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 Samaritan 
Bowl all-star game ... named to George Michael's Golden 
11 team ... a SuperPrep All-American ... 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 early commitment who was also recruited by Virginia 
Tech ... high school coach was Bill McGregor. 

Personal: Jeffrey Allen Jr. was born November 9, 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. .enrolled in 
the College of Letters and Sciences. 

ALLEN'S CAREER STATISTICS 

Defense G-GS UT AT TTVAvg TFL Sacks Int. 



2005 



11-0 



0.0-0 0.0-0 



JXDSDO 

ALLEN 




TAILBACK 

5-11 • 215 • SR.-3V 

TAMPA, FLA. 

(ELEANOR ROOSEVELT HS [MD]) 

On Allen: Fifth-year back missed all of last season 
rehabilitating an injury suffered at the end of 2004 ... was 
a significant contributor in each of his first three years ... is 
completely recovered ... a good north-south runner with 
breakaway speed ... has posted 21 rushing touchdowns, 
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. WFU) ... rushed 
1 8 times for 74 yards and a touchdown ... went off left tackle 
and bounced outside for a 1 3-yard touchdown run in the first 
quarter ... left the game in the second quarter with an injured 
knee ... dislocated his left knee, tearing the anterior cruciate 
and lateral collateral ligament ... (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 scnmmage 
of the season and Pontiac's nominee for National Play of the 
Week ... (at Duke) ... had 15 carries for 87 yards (5.8 avg.) 



M -K 



♦ 



and a TD ... touchdown came on a five-yard rush off ri 
tackle at the beginning of the fourth quarter ... (vs. NIU 
carried the ball 22 times for 1 02 yards and one TD ... cam 
the ball on all four plays of the Terps' first scoring drive of I 
second half, finishing the drive with 24 yards and cappir; 
with a one-yard touchdown run. 

2003 (Sophomore): Played in all 13 games, starting ei< 
... ranked sixth in the ACC with 70.9 rushing yards p 
game ... led Maryland with eight rushing touchdowns a 
922 yards ... (at NCSU) ... averaged 6.3 yards per car 
finishing with 144 rushing yards on 23 attempts ... longi 
run of the game was 32 yards but his 28-yard scamper 
the sideline (on 1st-and-21 from the 11) was one of the k 
plays in the Terps' comeback ... run came on the Terps' fn 
touchdown drive ... added a 25-yard reception on a sere 
pass in the second quarter to gain a first down ... (vs. Ul 
. . . named ACC Offensive Back of the Week ... had an inert 
ible performance, rushing for 257 yards on 38 carries w 
two touchdowns ... 257-yard day was the 11th-best in A( 
history and the third-best single-game rushing performan 
in Maryland history behind only LaMont Jordan's 306 yan 
against Virginia in 1999 and Bruce Perry's 276 yards \ 
Wake Forest in 2001 ... it was also the second-best rushi 
day in the ACC (eighth-best nationally) in 2003 ... 38 rushir 
attempts in the game stands as the fifth-highest total in 
single game in Terp history ... second touchdown came 
an 80-yard run in the second quarter when he bounced 
right tackle and outran the Virginia defenders downfield 
the end zone ... run was the longest of his career . 
UNC) ... had a career-long reception for 43 yards and I 
first career-receiving touchdown on a screen pass from Sc 
McBrien in the second quarter ... ran for a touchdown in t 
second quarter on a 5-yard play as he banged his way up tl 
middle to the end zone ... (at EMU) ... finished with 71 yar< 
on 18 rushing attempts and three receptions for 31 yards 
scored two rushing touchdowns ... second touchdown r 
of the game featured a stiff-arm of the linebacker on the w; 
to an 8-yard score ... (vs. WVU) ... gained 54 yards on 
rushing attempts ... showed good awareness by catching 
pass which deflected off Jo Jo Walker for a gain of 1 8 yards 
the first quarter... scored a touchdown in the second quarts 
... (vs. The Citadel) ... finished with 136 yards on 11 rushirf 
attempts ... sprinted off left tackle for a 72-yard touchdowl 
on the first offensive play of the game ... also had a 28-yai 
reception that came in the second quarter after he broke W 
tackles ... (at NIU) ... had 67 yards on 20 rushing attempt 
... scored the Terps' first offensive touchdown of the seasa 
on a one-yard run in the first quarter. 



2002 (Freshman): Saw action in eight games . . . finished thl 
season second on the team in rushing yards (405) and TD 
(eight) despite missing five games . . . averaged a robust 6 
yards per carry ... tackled for a loss only twice on 60 carnes 
(at UNC) ... had six carries for 91 yards (15.6 avg.) with tw 
touchdowns ... scored the Terps' final two TDs of the gan 
with a 2-yard run in the third quarter and a 60-yard jaunt 
the fourth quarter ... (at Duke) ... had two carries for 16 yard: 
including an 11 -yard TD run in the second quarter ... left th 
game with a sprained left wrist ... (at WVU) ... had a tear 
and career-high 116 yards on 16 carries, while also addir 
two TDs ... named ACC Rookie of the Week for his play 
broke through two tackles to score the second Marylar 
touchdown of the day, a 70-yard run in the first quarter 
became the first Terp freshman to run for over 100 yard 
since 1998 ... had first career catch for five yards ... (v 









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folford) ... posted 63 yards rushing on 14 carries ... scored 
to rushing touchdowns (1 and 10 yards) ... had 38 yards 
ishing and a touchdown in the fourth quarter alone ... (vs. 
MW ... saw the first action of his collegiate career and led 
ieTerps in rushing with 86 yards on 10 carries ... scored his 
st career TD on an 8-yard run in the fourth quarter. 

igh School: A three-year letterwinner and 2002 gradu- 
« of Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, Md. .. . 
ghly rated running back who was named a SuperPrep All- 
merican following his senior season ... rated 34th among 
e nation's running backs by SuperPrep ... totaled 2.999 
shing yards his junior and senior seasons ... a consensus 
l-state selection who was named second team All-Met 
/ The Washington Post in 2001 ... named first team all- 
ague and first team all-county ... rushed for 1,771 yards 
id 21 touchdowns on just 129 carries (13.7 average) as 
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 
inner-up finish and a final Associated Press state ranking 
i No. 7 ... as a junior in 2000. he rushed for 1.228 yards 
id 14 touchdowns ... had three TD catches among his 
x receptions ... named second team all-state and second 
am all-county ... an outstanding track athlete who was the 
301 state Class 4A champion in the 100 meters (10.8) and 
e Pnnce George's County champion in the triple jump and 
ng jump as a junior ... ran on the winning 4x200 relay team 
:the Nike New Balance Games in January of 2002. posting 



a time of 1 28 62 (the 10th-fastest high school indoor mark 
ever, according to Track & Field News) .also recruited 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 
year of high school when his father was transferred for 
job-related reasons. 



ALLEN'S CAREER STATISTICS 

Rushing G-GS Alt. Gain Lost Net Avq. TD 


LP 


2002 


8-0 60 407 2 


405 


68 e 


70 


2003 


13-8 186 957 35 


922 


50 8 


80 


2004 


11-9 144 577 44 


533 


37 5 


28 


Career 


32-17 390 1,941 81 


1,860 


4.8 21 


80 


Receiving 


G-GS Rec Yds 


Avg 


TD 


LP 


2002 


8-0 3 8 


2.7 





5 


2003 


13-8 14 220 


157 


1 


4.'' 


2004 


11-9 8 96 


120 


1 


72 


Career 


32-17 25 324 


13.0 


2 


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AMADI 




FREE SAFETY 
5-11* 203 • JR.-SQ 
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 (713) among defensive backs the last two years ... 
strength index is sixth-highest on the team this year ... at 
203 pounds, bench presses 385. 

2005 (Sophomore): Did not see game action ... named 
defensive scout team Player of the Week for his work in 
practice leading up to the Virginia Tech game. 

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

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A2003 graduate and four-year letterwinner 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 bom February 3. 1 985 . . . 
son of Letiaa and Clement Amadi ... nickname is pronounced 
"chimm-uh' ... majoring in cell biology 



ARMSTRONG 




NOSE TACKLE 
6-4 • 327 • JR.-2V 
ARLINGTON, VA. 
(WASHINGTON LEE HS/ 
FORK UNION MILITARY) 

On Armstrong: A strong inside force who saw significant 
action in his first two years (23 games) before missing last 
year due to injury ... will work once again at nose tackle ... 
came back from injury in the spnng and played well. 




2005 (Junior): Redshirt season . 
an injured back. 



sat out the season with 



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 gain on Duke's second play from 
scrimmage ... (at WVU) ... had a career-high four tackles 
(three solo) and had his first career TFL ... combined with 
Conrad Bolston to stop Kay-Jay Harris for a one-yard loss 
late in the third quarter. 

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

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

High School: A 2002 graduate of Washington Lee High 
School in Arlington. Va. ... originally signed with Virginia out 
of high school ... saw action as an offensive and defensive 
tackle ... led team in tackles from his defensive tackle spot 
... a first team All-Northern Region selection ... earned all- 
district honors as both an offensive and defensive lineman 
... first team all-district all three years ... rated the No. 31 
overall prospect in the state of Virginia by SuperPrep ... 
also competed in wrestling ... was a top five finisher in 



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heavyweight division as a junior and senior ... initially 
signed with Virginia out ot high school ... high school coach 
was Chad Lewis. 

Personal: Robert Armstrong was born July 6, 1983, in 
Woodbndge, Va. . . . is the son ot Willie and Kathy Armstrong 
... a family studies major ... is one of five siblings (has three 
brothers and one sister). 

ARMSTRONG'S 
CAREER STATISTICS 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT AT TT/Avg 


TFL 


Sacks 


Int. 


2003 


12-0 


6 6 12/1.0 


0.0-0 


0-0 





2004 


11-2 


6 10 16/1.5 


2.5-3 


0.0-0 





2005 




Redshirt season 








Career 


23-2 


12 16 28/1.2 


2.5-3 


0.0-0 






OMSX3S 

BALL 




TAILBACK 
5-9-216* JR.- IV 
TEANECK, N.J. 
(TEANECK HS) 

On Ball: Fourth-year junior who is coming off of a breakout 
sophomore campaign ... finished 2005 as the starting 
tailback and closed the campaign with four 100-yard efforts 
in his last seven games ... a natural runner with good vi- 
sion ... has very good feet for a player his size, can make 
defenders miss or go through them ... has a knack for 
finding holes ... also has good hands as a pass-catcher ... 
an Iron Terp in 2005. 

2005 (Sophomore): Saw action in all 1 1 games, starting four 
. . . second team AII-ACC ... led the Terps and finished third in 
the ACC in rushing with 903 yards on 1 89 carries (4.8 yards 
per carry) ... posted four 100-yard rushing games, tied for 
seventh-most in a season in school history ... also recorded 
18 receptions for 153 yards ... (vs. BC) ... rushed for 135 
yards and a touchdown on 28 carries ... had a career-long 
65-yard run down the right sideline to set up 1 st-and-goal in 
the fourth quarter ... six-yard touchdown run put Maryland on 
the board 1 :08 into the second quarter ...(at UNC) ... led the 
team with 163 rushing yards on 39 carries ... racked up 47 
yards and a touchdown (on a one-yard pitch) on the Terps' 
opening drive ... finished the first half with 111 yards on the 
ground ... 39 carries was the third-most in school history 
and most since 1980 ... (at FSUj ... led the team in rushing 
with 120 yards on 21 carries (5.7 ypc) ... caught a pass out 
of the backfield with one hand and scampered 24 yards to 
the Florida States six-yard line in the second quarter, set- 
ting up the Terps' first touchdown ... first rush of the fourth 
quarter went 37 yards to the Florida State 22-yard line ... 
run was a new career-long ... (vs. VTJ ... led the team in 
rushing with 75 yards on 15 carries (5.0 yards per carry) ... 
broke through a hole on the right side for an 18-yard gain in 



Hokie territory during the second quarter ...(at TU) ... finished 
with 54 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries (4.9 ypc) ... 
rushed for a five-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter, the 
fifth rushing score of the game for the Terps ...(vs. UVA) ... 
in his first-ever start, rushed for a career-high 163 yards 
and two touchdowns ... scored from 14 yards out on the first 
play of the fourth quarter, his first career touchdown ... later 
in the quarter, took a draw out of the shotgun and went in 
for a 35-yard score ... (vs. Navy) ... rushed for 39 yards on 
five carries ... had a 17-yard run with under five minutes to 
go in the game, bringing the Terps to the Navy 33 ... kept 
Maryland's game-winning scoring drive alive on 4th-and-8, 
taking a short Sam Hollenbach pass and slipping numerous 
Navy defenders to pick up 20 yards (career-high) and the first 
down ... catch-and-run was the play of the game. 



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

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

High School: Athree-year letterwinner and two-year start* 
at Teaneck High School in Teaneck, N.J. . . . rushed for 3,40 
yards on 457 career carries with 39 touchdowns ... ran f< 
1,473 yards on 240 carries (6.1 avg.) with 18 touchdowr 
as a senior ... also had 10 receptions for 180 yards in X 




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;. a first team all-state, all-county and all-league selection 
B a senior . . , first team All-Northern New Jersey, all-league 
id all-county while rushing for 1,591 yards as a junior ... 
Staged 9.3 yards a carry and posted 20 TDs as a junior . . . 
tin the fastest 20-yard shuttle at the Northeast Nike Football 
lamp hosted by Penn State ... team went 8-3 in 2002, 
lling to the eventual state champ in the second round of 
je playoffs ... also competed in track and baseball ... was 
cruited by Michigan State, Penn State, Syracuse, Virginia 
id Boston College. 
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ersonal: Lance Ball was born June 19, 1985 ... son of 
brenzo and Betty Ball ... a peer leader at his high school 
L brother, Lorenzo, Jr., was an assistant coach at his high 
shool ... majoring in family studies. 

(ALL'S CAREER STATISTICS 



ushing 


G-GS 


Att. Gain 


Lost 


Net 


Avq. 


TD LP 


)04 


4-0 


4 6 


5 


1 


2 

48 


3 


)05 


11-4 


189 956 


53 


903 


6 65 


areer 


15-5 


193 962 


58 


904 


47 


6 65 


eceiving 


G-GS 


Rec. 


Yds. 


Avg. 




TD Long 


KM 


4-0 
















X)5 


11-4 


18 


153 


8.5 




24 


areer 


15-4 


18 


153 


8.5 




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BARNES 





:ORNERBACK 
i-1 -181 *SO.-1V 
SLEN BURNIE, MO. 
OLD MILL HS) 

■ Barnes: Third-year player who will compete for a starling 
oot at cornerback this year ... has good speed and cover 
kills ... a good leaper ... needs to get stronger but is a 
layer to watch ... one of five Terp defensive backs who ran 
sub-4.5 40-yard dash in the spring ... played very well in 
ie latter half of spring ball this year. 

005 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in 10 games, playing 
rimarily on special teams ... finished the season with four 
tckles. all solo, and a pass breakup ... (Vs. CU) ... knocked 
own RB James Davis for first career tackle in first quarter 
. finished the game with a season-best two tackles (both 
Dlo)andaPBU. 

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

igh School: A three-year letterwinner and two-year starter 
1 Old Mill High School in Millersville, Md ... saw action at 
omerback and wide receiver ... posted 62 tackles (32 solo), 
iree 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 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 early 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. 

BARNES' CAREER STATISTICS 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT/Avg TFL Sacks Int. 
2005 10-0 4 4/0.4 0.0-0 0.0-0 



BOLSTOLM 




NOSE TACKLE 
6-3 • 303 • SR.-3V 
BURTONSVILLE, MD. 
(ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE HS) 

On Bolston: Fourth-year senior enters his third year as a 
starter and the anchor of the Terp defensive line ... strong 
player who has shown the ability to get upfield ... can hold 
the point and rush the passer with nearly equal proficiency 
... an honors candidate in 2006 ... a quick first step and 
gets a great push ... an Iron Terp with, at 303 pounds, the 
second-highest strength index on the team (a measure of 
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i (Junior): Started all 11 games at nose tackle, posting 
38 tackles (17 solo) and career-highs in tackles for loss (5.5) 
and sacks (5.0) ... led the team in sacks and tied for third 
in TFLs ... led all Terp linemen in tackles ... (vs. BC) ... was 
in on five tackles, including his fourth sack of the season 
... also forced a fumble ... (at FSU) ... registered three 
tackles, including one TFL ... teamed with D'Qwell Jackson 
for a loss of four yards on a Lorenzo Booker sweep... (vs. 
UVa) ... registered three tackles, including one for a loss ... 
sacked QB Marques Hagans for a loss of four yards in the 
third quarter ... (at WFU) ... recorded three tackles ... fell on 
a Chris Davis fumble with 3:22 to go in the first half, setting 
up the Terps for 1st-and-10 at the Wake Forest 15-yard line 
... (vs. WVU) ... was around the ball all game, registering 
a sack and forcing a fumble while making three tackles ... 
(vs. CU) ... finished with five tackles, including three solos 
... fought through the middle of the line to sack QB Charlie 
Whitehurst, forcing 4th-and-long. 

2004 (Sophomore): Played in all 11 games, starting 10 at 
defensive tackle ... finished the season with 27 tackles (nine 
solo) ... tied for third on the team with 2.5 sacks ... also had 
five TFLs, batted down a pass and posted five QB hurries . . . 
(vs. FSU) ... recorded one tackle, a half-sack and a half-TFL 
... contained QB Wyatt Sexton before combining with David 
Holloway for a five-yard sack early in the third quarter ... 
(vs. NCSU) ... finished with four tackles (one solo) and two 
TFLs for four yards ... (at Duke) ... recorded three tackles 
(two solo) and a sack ... sacked Mike 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-Met (defense) choice and first 
team All-WCAC selection in addition to being named all-area 
by the Pigskin Club of Washington, D.C. ... 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-Met 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, 
Flonda, Tennessee and Penn State, among others ... high 
school coach as a senior was former Maryland offensive 
line coach Elliot Uzelac. 



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

BOLSTON'S 
CAREER STATISTICS 

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



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 





2005 


11-11 


17 


21 


38/3.5 


5.5-32 


5.0-30 





Career 


31-21 


30 


42 


72/2.3 


12.5-57 


8.5-49 






BULLOCK 




LINEBACKER 
6-2 • 235 • SO.-SQ 
DURHAM, N.C. 
(NORTHERN HS) 

On Bullock: Athletic linebacker who has improved on 
his size and strength and will compete for playing time at 
linebacker this year ... worked as a reserve at the "Mike" 
spot last year. 

2005 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in one game ... re- 
corded four tackles (all assisted) in reserve action against 
Temple. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: Athree-year letterwinner and two-year starter 
at Northern High School in Durham, N.C. ... also started 
the second half of his sophomore season ... posted 277 
tackles in his two years as a starter ... posted 150 tackles 
as a senior ... finished his junior season with 16 TFLs, five 
sacks and an interception ... a Shrine 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 ... 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. 

BULLOCK'S 
CAREER STATISTICS 



Defense 


G-GS UT AT TT/Avg 


TFL Sacks 


Int. 


2005 


1-0 4 4/4.0 


0.0-0 0.0-0 






BURLEY 







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OFFENSIVE TACKLE 
6-5 • 326 • JR.-2V 
BALTIMORE, MD. 
(WOODLAWN SENIOR HS) 

On Burley: Third-year tackle who will compete for a starting 
job on what has become a deep and talented offensive line 
... has ideal size and good strength . . . played through injury 
(back) in his sophomore season and should be improved - 
for no other reason but his health - in 2006. 

2005 (Sophomore): Played in the season's final eight game^ 
after missing the first three due to injury (back) ... was ir 
for a total of 44 plays, allowing one sack and committing 
one penalty. 

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

High School: Afour-year letterwinner and starter at Wood 
lawn Senior High School in Woodlawn, Md. ... spent all foui 
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 twc 
seasons and none as a junior ... finished with six sacks as £ 




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anior in spol duty at DT graded out at over 90 percent on 
flense as a junior ... an all-state selection by the Associated 
ress and the Maryland High School Football Coaches Asso- 
"ation as a senior ... also first team All-Met by the Baltimore 
un as a senior and second team his junior season ... was 
■l-city. all-county and all-division as a junior and senior ... 
, SuperPrep All-American and the third-rated player overall 
I the Mid-Atlantic region ... named to the PrepStar "Dream 
?am" as one of the best 1 50 players in the country ... rated 
s the 1 1 th-best offensive tackle in the nation by SuperPrep 
1 team went 34-1 in his four years ... set the school record 
:ith a 540-pound squat ... also lettered two years in track & 
eld and one each in basketball and wrestling . . . county shot 
ut champion as a senior ... also recruited by Penn State, 
Kami, Florida, Virginia Tech and Notre Dame . . . high school 
oach as a senior was Leonard Hart. 

ersonal: Scott Burley was born January 2, 1986 ... son of 
■abrina Burley ... active in a child-mentoring program as a 
'rep called "Each One Teach One" . . . enrolled in the College 
I Letters and Sciences. 



CARROLL 




VIDE RECEIVER 

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jREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA. 

CLAY HS) 

In Carroll: Second-year player who is one of a number 
f young receivers who will get a good look this season ... 
ame to Maryland after being sidelined with a leg injury his 
enior season in high school, but quickly showed that he is 
covered and possesses the coveted speed he possessed 
efore the injury ... has good hands and performed well in 
le spring ... could be a player to watch. 

005 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... named offensive 
cout team Player of the Week for his work in practice leading 
p to the Florida State game. 

ligh School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at Clay 
ligh School in Green Cove Springs, Fla. ... missed most of 
is senior year after suffenng a broken leg in game two of 
004 ... still named to the Florida Times Unions Super 11 
nd Super 24 teams ... an All-Southeast region selection by 
'repStar ... an All-Dixie region pick by SuperPrep ... timed 
1 4.48 in the 40-yard dash at the Nike combine in Atlanta 
. recorded a 39-inch vertical jump ... team won district his 
sst two seasons... also lettered one year in soccer ... also 
2cruited by Ole Miss. Louisville, Colorado and Indiana ... 
igh school coach as a senior was Jim Reape. 



Personal: Nolan Carroll Jr. was born January 16, 1987 ... 
son of Jennifer and Nolan Carroll ... enrolled in the College of 
Letters and Sciences... 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 Florida state representative ... aunt works for the 
NSA at Fort Meade. 



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FULLBACK 
6-1 • 256 • JR.-2V 
KENNESAW, GA. 
(HARRISON HS) 

On Cesa: Fourth-year player who successfully made the 
transition from linebacker to fullback last season ... enters 
2006 as the starter ... very physical blocker who runs well 
. . . plays with a non-stop motor ... a tandem of he and Lance 
Ball in the backfield had great success down the stretch in 
'05 ... team's backup long snapper ... posted a 425-pound 
bench in spring testing. 

2005 (Sophomore): Played in nine games, starting four 
of the last five at fullback ... missed first two games with 
mononucleosis ... had one reception for five yards ... (vs. 
BC) ... recorded the first catch of his career, a five-yard gain 
... (at UNCj ... was the prime blocker for TB Lance Ball all 
day, helping him reach 161 yards on the ground ...(at FSU) 
... made first career start at fullback ... (vs. WVU] ... saw 
first action of the season ... opened up a big hole for Mario 
Merrills, setting up an eight-yard run in the first quarter. 

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. TU) ... 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 gain on a 3rd-and-1 in the fourth 
quarter, then posted his first career forced fumble the next 
play(4th-and-1). 

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

High School: Afour-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 Harnson 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 ... ranked as the 
1 8th-best linebacker in the nation by Tom 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 state playoffs 
... Harrison finished the year ranked fifth in the state ... 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 bom September 15. 1984 ... son 
of Mary and Joe Cesa ... last name is pronounced "chase- 
uh" ... carried a 3.9 grade-point average in high school ... 
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Rushing G-6S Att. Gain Lost Net Avg. TD LP 


2004 SO 


(played defense) 


2005 3-3 


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Career 14-3 


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2004 54 


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2005 9-3 


1 5 5.0 5 


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LINEBACKER 
6-2 • 231 • FR.-RS 
WESTVILLE, N.J. 
(DEPTFORD HS) 

On Clement: Second-year player looking to compete 
for playing time behind starting "Sam" linebacker David 
Holloway. 

2005 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at Dept- 
ford High School in Westville, N.J. ... played tight end and 
defensive end ... finished his senior year with 79 tackles, 
18 TFLs, nine sacks, five QB hurries, nine pass breakups, 
two fumble recoveries 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 selection by PrepStar ... an All-North- 
east 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 Orio. 

Personal: Jeffrey Clement Jr. was born July 19, 1987 ... 
son of Mary and Jeff Clement Sr. . . .majoring in criminology 
and criminal justice. 



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OFFENSIVE GUARD 
6-4 • 296 • JR.-1V 
PORT ORANGE, FLA. 
(SPRUCE CREEK HS) 

On Clig: Guard in his fourth /ear who will be competing for 
playing time ... a physical player whose strong suit is run 
blocking ... an Iron Terp with the ninth-highest strength index 
on the team and highest among offensive linemen for the 
second year in a row. 



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2005 (Sophomore): Played in five games, seeing action on 
field goal and PAT special teams units. 

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 work in practice in the week leading 
up to the Florida State game. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner 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 10 games at offensive tackle as a junior ... 
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 Spruce Creek's renowned weightlifting 
team (school has won 10 state titles) ... was also recruited 
by Florida, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and UCF ... coached by 
JaredZito his senior year. 

Personal: Garrick Clig was born 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. 



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CENTER 

6-2 • 299 • FR.-RS 
MOORESTOWN, N.J. 
(HOLY CROSS HS) 

On Costa: Second-year player who will get a good look 
at center ... performed well enough in practice to make 
every road trip as a true freshman, though his redshirt was 
preserved ... hard-nosed player who is intelligent and has 
good feet ... spent most of spring as the No. 1 center with 
Edwin Williams out due to injury. 

2005 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

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 selection by the Philadelphia Inquirer 



and Courier Post ... also first team all-county ... was all-pa' 
rochial as a junior and senior and all-county all three year; 
... an All-East region pick by PrepStar ... team finished 9- 
his senior year, advancing to the NJSIAA non-public finalll 
... very agile ... posted a 4.58 pro shuttle time at the Nitej 
Training Camp, fifth-best among 71 linemen participating . 
personal bests in high school were a 335-pound bench an* 
480-pound squat ... also a three-year letterwinner in golf 
also recruited by North Carolina, Temple, Minnesota amj 
Syracuse ... high school coach was Jerry McConnell. 

Personal: Phil Costa was born July 1 1 , 1987 ... son of Helei 
and Dr. Richard Costa . . . brother, Rick Jr., is a linebacker who 
transferred to Maryland at the start of last year after spendini 
his freshman year at Temple ... father is a former competitivi 
bodybuilder who was Mr. New Jersey in 1980 ... an avu 
fisherman ... started lifting weights at age seven. ..majorin 
in criminology and criminal justice. 



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LINEBACKER 
6-0 • 246 • SO.-RS 
MOORESTOWN, N.J. 
(HOLY CROSS HS/TEMPLE) 

On Costa: Physical, athletic linebacker who could be in the 
mix this year . . . transferred in from Temple prior to the 2005 
season . . . before injuring his shoulder toward the end of '05: 
showed he has a non-stop motor ... missed the first half 
of spring, but started working his way back in at weakside 
linebacker as the session wore down ... set the school record 
in spring for linebackers with a 42-inch vertical jump. 

2005 (Sophomore): Sat out the season due to NCAA 
transfer rules. 

2004 (Freshman at Temple): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner at Holy Cross High 
School in Delran, N.J. ... played linebacker, safety and wide 
receiver ... posted 127 tackles and three interceptions as a 
senior and 77 stops as a junior ... had seven interceptions 
his junior year, returning three for interceptions . . . earned first 
team all-state honors from the Associated Press and Gannett 
newspapers as a senior . . . first team All-South Jersey by the 
Philadelphia Inquirer in 2003 . . . first team All-Parochial by 
the Camden Courier Post . . . was second team all-state and 
all-area as a junior ... also lettered three years in basetball 
... first team All-South Jersey as a senior, hitting .514 with 
five homers and 36 stolen bases ... high school coach was 
Jerry McConnell. 

Personal: Richard Costa Jr. was born December 22, 1985 
in Moorestown, N.J. ... son of Helen and Dr. Richard Costa 
... brother, Phil, is a center in his second year with the Terp; 







I father is a former competitive bodybuilder who was Mr 
.ew Jersey in 1 980 . plays the piano and is a nine-handicap 
olfer ... enrolled in the College of Letters and Sciences. 

COVINGTON 




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IOWIE. MD. 

ELEANOR ROOSEVELT HS) 

m Covington: Third-year end who came onto the scene in 
005, his first as a starter . . has worked to improve his size 
!nd strength ... an excellent pass rusher ... has great feet 
nd uses his hands well ... an Iron Terp with the third-highest 
trength index among outside linebackers. 

005 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in all 11 games, starting 
le final nine ... finished the season with 39 tackles ( 1 5 solo) , 
.5 tackles for loss, 3.0 sacks and three passes batted down 
. (at NCSU) ... registered three tackles, including one for 
loss ... (vs. VT) ... registered nine tackles, including three 
nassisted ... teamed with Jeremy Navarre to stop the 
irginia Tech ball carrier for a loss in the first quarter ... (vs. 
;'Va) ... finished with four tackles, including a career-high 
vo sacks ... sacked Marques Hagans from behind to set up 
rd-and-15 in the second quarter ... sacked Hagans again to 
et up 4th down late in the fist half ... (at WFU) ... recorded 
&ur tackles and one pass breakup ... brought down QB 
en Mauk behind the line of scrimmage with :37 seconds 
D go in the first half for his first career sack ... named ACC 
'ookie of the Week ... (vs. WVU) ... made first career start 




at defensive end ... finished with a career-high nine tackles, 
including five unassisted ... (vs. Navyj ... recorded two tackles 
in first college game. 

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

High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at El- 
eanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, 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 selec- 
tion by the Associated Press ... first team All-Met by The 
Washington Post ... named to the PrepStar "Dream Team" 
as one of the best 1 50 players in the country ... a SuperPrep 
All-American who was rated as the fifth-best player overall 
in the Mid-Atlantic region ... named to George Michael's 
"Golden 11" team ... team posted a 12-1 record in 2003, 
losing its only game of the season in the 4A state semifinals 
... 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 born November 23, 
1986 ... son of George and Deborah Covington ... major- 
ing in kinesiology ... carried better than a 3.0 grade-point 
average in high school ... worked an internship his senior 
year with the Department of Agriculture. 

COVINGTON'S 
CAREER STATISTICS 



Defense 


G-GS UT AT TT/Avg 


TFL Sacks 


Int 


2005 


11-9 15 24 39/3.5 


5.5-24 3.0-14 


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GUARD 

6-5 • 301 • JR.-2V 
VAN WERT, OHIO 
(VAN WERT HS) 

On Crummey: Junior lineman who enters the season as 
the incumbent at right guard ... can play either guard spot 
or center ... an intelligent, athletic lineman ... has very good 
feet ... has the most starts (16) of any returnee on offense 
... has added 26 pounds to his frame since 2003 ... an Iron 
Terp for the second straight season. 

2005 (Sophomore): Started all 11 games at right guard 
... finished the season with the second-highest cumulative 
grade on the team ... on a team-high 684 total plays, he 







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posted 1 5 big blocks against just two sacks and no penalties 
... (af UNC) ... had arguably his finest game of the season ... 
recorded a team-high five big blocks on 72 plays ... allowed 
no sacks ... (at FSU} ... was in on 52 plays ... missed no 
assignments and allowed no sacks while registering one 
big block ... (vs. VT) ... recorded one big block and missed 
just one assignment on 41 plays ... (at TU) ... had no missed 
assignments and did not allow a sack in 61 plays ... credited 
with one big block ... finished as team's second-highest rated 
lineman ... (vs. UVa) ... in on 78 plays and recorded two big 
blocks ... (af WFU) ... played the most downs of any offensive 
lineman, recording three big blocks ... (vs. WVU) ... played 
a team-high 59 plays and did not allow a sack ... (vs. Navy) 
... had one big block and just two missed assignments on 
a team-high 74 plays. 

2004 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in 10 games, starting 
five at right guard ... missed one game due to injury ... a 
second team Freshman All-Amencan 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. 



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High School: A 2003 graduate of Van Wert (Ohio) High 
School ... a three-year starter and varsity letterman ... started 
at both offensive guard and defensive end as a junior and 
senior while serving as a starter at tackle as a sophomore 
... first team all-state in Division III and Offensive Lineman 
of the Year in the Western Buckeye League as a senior ... 
also first team all-district while earning all-league honors as 
a 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 . . . 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 born 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. 



DICKERSON 




LINEBACKER 

5 10 207 • SO.-SQ 
BETHESDA. MD 
(WALT WHITMAN HS) 

On Dickerson: Third-year walk-on who will work with the 
defensive scout team ... injured his knee in the spring and 
his status for 2006 is uncertain. 

2005 (Redshirt Freshman): Did not see game action ... 
defensive scout team Player of the Week for the week of 
practice leading up to the West Virginia game. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A2003 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 born April 22, 1986 ... 
enrolled in the College of Letters and Sciences ... has 
aspirations to become a teacher. 



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PLACEKICKER 
62-2I3SO.SQ 
AUGUSTA, GA. 
(WESTSIDE HS) 

On Egekeze: Sophomore kicker who will compete again this 
season with Dan Ennis for the starting job ... injury slowed 
his chance at earning the spot last year ... will also compete 
with Chris Roberts for kickoff duties. 

2005 (Redshirt Freshman): Did not see game action ... 
missed the first eight games after injuring his right quad 
covering a kickoff in a preseason scrimmage. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year starter and letterwinner at West- 
side 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 




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and senior ... an all-area pick as a sophomore and sen.c 
... all-Dixie region by SuperPrep as a senior ... a PrepSti 
all-region pick as well ... also a three-year letterwinner i 
soccer and basketball ... also recruited by Georgia, Ohi 
State, Texas and Penn State ... high school coach wai 
Gerald Barnes. 

Personal: Chukwuemeka Egekeze was born Nov. 8, 198J 
... son of Uzoma Egekeze ... brother, Ndu, played on Pen| 
State's basketball team ... other brother (Nkem) playe< 
soccer at Mercer ... member of the National Honor Societ) 
who carried a 3.86 GPAas a prep ... name is pronounce* 
choo-kweh-MEH-kuh egg-uh-KAY-zuh (or just OH-bee) . 
majoring in finance. 




PLACEKICKER 
5 10 158 SR. IV 
SYKESVILLE, MD. 
(GLENELG HS) 

On Ennis: Former walk-on who had a solid year in his first 
as the Terrapins' full-time placekicker ... player had nevei 
played football before coming to Maryland and ended up 
ranked in the nation's top 20 in field goals last season . 
hard worker who has improved both his consistency are 
range the last few years ... bench presses nearly twice hij 
body weight (290 pounds). 

2005 (Junior): The team's starting placekicker in all 1| 
games ... was 17-of-25 with a long of 45 yards in his firs! 
season as the Terps' kicker ... opened the season hitting 
his first 11 field goal attempts ... finished the season fourth 
in the ACC and 19th in NCAA in field goals per game with 
1.55 ... (at UNC) ... made the game-winning field goal ir 
overtime, putting the Terps up 33-30 after they started the; 
extra session with the ball ... connected from 37 yards out 
to tie the score at 10 late in the first half ... was 2-for-4 or! 
field goals for the game... (at FSUj ... was 2-for-2 on fielc 
goals ... nailed a 40-yard field goal to open the second hal' 
scoring ... hit from 35 yards out to put Maryland up 27-21 
early in the fourth quarter ... (at TU) ... was successful from 
24 yards out to put the Terps on the scoreboard in the firs 
quarter ... had his first unsuccessful field goal attempt of the 
season, a 38-yard try late in the third quarter ... (vs. UVa, 
... drilled 45-yard field goal in the third quarter, the longest 
of his career ... converted all six of his extra point attempts 
... (at WFU) ... successful on all three field goal attempts . 
connected from 23, 25 and 37 yards out ... (vs. Navy) ... was; 
a perfect 3-for-3 on field goals in his first game as Maryland = 
placekicker ... hit from 26, 27 and 40 yards. 

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



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003 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in two games ... 
ttempted no field goals bul converted all four PATs he 
ittempted on the season. 

002 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

ligh School: A2002 graduate of Glenelg (Md.) High School 
'■ . did not play football as a prep . . earned letters as a junior 
^nd senior in soccer and track & field ... was his soccer 
tarn's most valuable midfielder as a senior ... member of 
ne state champion 4x800-meter relay team ... member of 
SGA, the Art Club and Christian Fellowship as a prep. 

"ersonal: Daniel Ennis was born on August 31, 1984 in 
ialtimore. Md. ... son of Danny and Rebecca Ennis ... 
lajoring in history ... a Terp fan growing up, he lists running 
>ut of the locker room in full uniform for the first time at Byrd 
itadium as his biggest athletic thrill. 

ENNIS' CAREER STATISTICS 




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11-11 


23-27 


17-25 


45 


74 


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13-11 


27-31 


17-25 


45 


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FELICIANO 




YOSE TACKLE 
5-4 • 307 • JR.-2V 
ELIZABETH, N.J. 
(ELIZABETH HS) 

)n Feliciano: A consistent performer who will factor in on 
tie defensive front as he has the last two years . . . working at 
rase tackle behind Dre Moore and Rob Armstrong . . . excels 
n run support . . . plays with very good leverage and will get 
jven better as he continues to improve his strength. 

!005 (Sophomore): Played all 11 games, working as a 
oackup nose tackle . . . recorded 1 1 tackles (two solo) and 
>atted down one pass ... (at Til) ... tied a career high with 
hree tackles ... (vs. CU) ... recorded three tackles. 

2004 (Freshman): Played in four games ... did not record 
iny statistics. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and three-year starter 
it Elizabeth High School in Elizabeth, N.J. ... posted 75 
ackles. 26 TFLs and 18 sacks in the last two years at 
iefensive tackle ... had a career-high 10 sacks as a senior 
.. first team all-state by the Newark Star Ledger and third 
earn all-state by the Associated Press . . . also an all-confer- 
ince and all-county pick while earning all-region honors from 
SuperPrep as a senior ... a PrepStar All-Amencan ... ranked 
is 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 born May 13, 1986 ... is 
the son of Tony and Idalmi Feliciano ... criminology and 
criminal justice major. 

FELICIANO'S 
CAREER STATISTICS 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT/Avg TFL Sacks Int 
2004 4-0 0/0.0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 



2005 
Career 



11-0 2 9 11/1.0 0.0- 0. 0-0 0-0 
15-0 2 9 11/0.7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 



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FOKOU 




LINEBACKER 
6-1 -216'SO.RS 
ROCKVILLE, MD. 
(THE BULLIS SCHOOL/ 
FROSTBURG STATE) 

On Fokou: Player who walked on before the 2005 season 
after playing his first two seasons at Frostburg State ... 
virtually came out of nowhere last year to be one of the 
surprise defensive scout team players and enters 2006 as 
the backup at "Will" linebacker ... showed great instincts 
and toughness in spring ball ... is the team's second-fastest 
outside linebacker. 

2005 (Sophomore): Redshirt season ... sat out the season 
due to NCAA transfer rules ... was defensive scout team 
player of the week for his work leading up to the Virginia 
and Boston College games. 

2004 (Freshman at FSU): Played in all 10 games, finishing 
second on the team in tackles with 70 total . . . also posted 5.5 
tackles for loss, 1 .5 sacks and blocked a pair of kicks. 

High School: A two-year letterwinner at The Bullis School 
in Potomac, Md. ... played running back and linebacker ... 
All-IAC and a second team All-Met pick by the Washington 
Post his senior year ... conference MVP his senior year as 
well ... also lettered two years in basketball ... high school 
coach was Walt King. 

Personal: Moise Fokou was born August 28, 1985 in 
Cameroon ... son of Jean-Mane and Louise Takougre ... 
legal guardian was Debbie Dyson ... brother, Achille Kolla. 
is a defensive back on Catholic University's football team 
... enrolled in the College of Letters and Sciences ... career 
ambition is to be an electrical engineer. 



FOKOU'S CAREER STATISTICS 

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

2004 (@ FSUJ10-10 34 36 70/7 5.5-40 1.5-11 0-0 

2005 Redshirt season 

Career 10-10 34 36 70/7.0 5.5-40 1.5-11 0-0 



FRASER 




FULLBACK 
6-0 • 261 • FR.-RS 
HERNDON. VA. 
(LANGLEY HS) 

On Fraser: Second-year walk-on will work as a backup at 
fullback . . . will most likely work with the offensive scout team 
but could play a role in goal-line situations. 

2005 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: Athree-year letterwinner and starter at Langley 
High School in McLean, Va. . . . led the North region in tackles 
as a junior with 1 04 . . . career numbers included two intercep- 
tions, one returned for a touchdown, one blocked field goal, 
five forced fumbles and 800 yards rushing . . . all-district as a 
junior ... also lettered three years in baseball ... high school 
coach was John Howerton. 

Personal: Kyle Fraser was born November 23, 1986 ... 
son of Margaret and Eric Fraser ... enrolled in the College 
of Letters and Sciences. 



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DEFENSIVE END 
6-5* 257 • SO.- IV 
COLUMBIA, S.C. 
(SPRING VALLEY HS) 

On Frost: Third-year player who saw playing time for trie 
first time in his career last season ... has the ideal height 
but could add a few more pounds ... an athletic player with 
a 32-inch vertical jump. 

2005 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in six games ... 
finished the season with three tackles and batted down 
a pass ... (at NCSU) ... posted first career pass breakup. 



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

High School: Athree-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 intercep- 
tion 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 School 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 PrepStar Ail- 
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 Col- 
lege of Letters and Sciences ... carried better than a 3.3 
grade-point average as a prep ... born in Louisiana and 
loves cajun food. 

FROST'S CAREER STATISTICS 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT/Avg TFL Sacks Int 

2005 6-0 2 1 3/0.5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 



GAITHER 




OFFENSIVE TACKLE 
6-9 -350 SO.- IV 
WHITE PLAINS, MD. 
(E. ROOSEVELT HS/ 
HARGRAVE MILITARY) 

On Gaither: Second-year player who looks like one of 
the ACC's burgeoning young stars ... had a tremendous 
campaign in his first at the college level, not allowing a 
single sack from his left tackle position ... could play right 
tackle this season with the return of Stephon Heyer ... ideal 
combination of size and athleticism . . . player who is naturally 
very strong and has yet to reach his physical potential ... 
an honors candidate, despite his youth ... in the spring, set 
the school record for an offensive lineman with a 36-inch 
vertical jump. 

2005 (Freshman): Saw action in all 11 games, starting the 
last eight ... named a third team Freshman All-American 
by College Football News and honorable mention by The 
Sporting News ... finished the season with a 1.122 grade, 



second-highest on the team ... did not allow a sack in 583 
offensive plays (all at left tackle) ... was whistled for just 
two penalties all year ... (at NCSUj ... on a day the team 
struggled in pass protection (6 sacks), gave up no sacks 
and managed two pancake blocks and no penalties in 70 
offensive plays ... (vs. BC) ... was in on 83 plays ... did not 
allow a sack and recorded two pancake blocks ... (at UNC) 
... was team's highest-rated blocker on 77 plays ... yielded 
no sacks and has just one missed assignment ... cleared a 
hole on the right side for Lance Ball for a 1 3-yard gain in the 
first quarter ... opened up a similar seam later in the quarter, 
setting up a 10-yard Ball pickup... (at FSU) ... was in for all 
65 plays ... did not allow any sacks and credited with a pair 
of big blocks ... (vs. VT) ... was team's second-highest rated 
lineman ... in on a team-high 64 plays ... credited with a 
team-high tying three big blocks ... made a big block on LB 
Xavier Adibi to open up a hole for Lance Ball on a 12-yard 
pickup where he knocked the star linebacker two yards out 
of bounds ... (vs. UVa) ... started and was in on a team-high 
80 plays ... credited with three big blocks ... was second on 
the team with three pancake blocks ... allowed no sacks 
and was whistled for no penalties ... (at WFU) ... made first 
career start at left tackle ... did not allow a sack and was 
credited with one big block. 

Prep: Attended Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Va. 
... started every game at right tackle ... a four-star recruit 
by Rivals.com ... rated as the No. 3 prep school prospect 
in the nation by Rivals.com ... recruited out of prep school 



by Penn State and Virginia Tech . 
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High School: Aone-year letterwinner and starter at Elearj 
Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, Md. ... played bask 
ball for three years before going out for football for the f 
time as a senior ... played defensive tackle and tight end 
one of the top teams in the state ... recorded 89 tackl^ 
nine sacks, and one forced fumble while batting down fc 
passes at the line of scrimmage ... was primarily a blocki 
tight end, but finished the season with three receptions 
93 yards and a pair of touchdowns ... earned signifies 
postseason honors despite playing only one year ... rank' 
as the 36th-best defensive tackle in the nation by Rivals.cc, 
... an honorable mention All-Met selection by the WashingM 
Post... a SuperPrep All-American and Mid-Atlantic all-regil 
pick ... a PrepStar honorable mention selection ... selectij 
to play for Maryland in the Super 44 all-star game ... fill 
team all-league and all-county ... team posted a 12-1 recol 
in 2003, losing its only game of the season in the 4A stal 
semifinals . . lettered four years in basketball ... was a mal 
D-l recruit in basketball ... had verbally committed to SojI 
Carolina in hoops before deciding to play football ... w. 
also recruited in football by Florida, Georgia, Pittsburgh ar| 
Clemson ... high school coach was Rick Houchens. 

Personal: Jared Gaither was born vlarch 1! , 1 9 36 . st 1 

of Joyce Gaitherand David Suggs.. ennllecintreO lej 
of Letters and Sciences. 




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EFENSIVE END 
4 • 254 • FR.-RS 
ILVER SPRING, MD. 
iOOD COUNSEL HS) 

Gait: Second-year player who worked with the defensive 
jut team in 2005 ... hard worker who will continue to 
jrove with time ... could factor in on snaps. 



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jh School: A three-year high school letterwinner and two- 
ar starter at Good Counsel High School in Wheaton, Md. . . 
im captain who finished his senior season with 53 tackles, 
sacks, 15 TFLs, 10 QB hurries, two fumble recoveries, 
D pass breakups and a blocked punt ... a second team Big 
hool all-state selection and All-Met pick (Washington Post) 
irstteam All-WCAC ... named to George Michael's Golden 
team ... an All-Atlantic region selection by PrepStar ... a 
d-Atlantic all-region pick by SuperPrep ... helped lead 
>od Counsel to an 1 1 -1 record with its first loss coming in 
i state title game to DeMatha ... finished No. 2 in the state 
erthe 30-29 thriller ... lettered two years in basketball ... 
s also recruited by Boston College, Virginia, Army and 
mes Madison ... high school coach was Bob Milloy. 

rsonal: Dwight Gait IV was born March 12, 1987, 16 
nutes before twin brother and fellow Terp, Tommy ... 
n of Jan and Dwight Gait III ... father is the Maryland's 
ig-time director of strength and conditioning ... nickname 
pronounced DEEJ ... enrolled in the College of Letters 
d Sciences. 



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IGHT END 
-5 • 253 • FR.-RS 
ILVER SPRING, MD. 
SOOD COUNSEL HS) 

i Gait: Player in his second season who has shown 
jmise as a tight end, a position that will be tightly contested 
s season with the loss of Vernon Davis and Derek Miller 
like his brother, Deege, will also continue to work at long 



and short snapper ... more in the mold of Maryland's "big" 
or blocking tight ends. 

2005 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year high school letterwinner and 
two-year starter at Good Counsel High School in Wheaton, 
Md .... team captain who finished his senior season with 7 1 
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 11-1 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, 16minutes 
after twin brother and fellow Terp, Deege ... son of Jan and 
Dwight Gait III ... father is the Terps' long-time director of 
strength and conditioning... enrolled in the College of Let- 
ters and Sciences. 

GARDNER 





CORNERBACK 
5-11 194 JR. IV 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA 
(SALEM HS/NOTRE DAME) 

On Gardner: Player in his third year at Maryland who will 
get a shot at the starting cornerback spot opposite Josh 
Wilson in 2006 ... has good speed and is a solid tackier 
... transferred from Notre Dame in September of 2004 ... 
versatile enough to play both safety and cornerback ... 
played very well in the spring ... an Iron Terp last season 
who did missed several tests due to injury this year ... set 
the school record for defensive backs with a 42-inch vertical 
jumpinthespnng. 

2005 (Sophomore): Saw action in 10 games, starting 
one ... finished the season with 15 tackles (nine solo) and 
two pass breakups ... (vs. UVa) ... recorded a career-high 
four tackles, including three solos ... (at WFU) ... broke up 
passes on consecutive plays in the fourth quarter to impede 
the Deacons' comeback attempt ... (vs. Navy) ... made first 
career start as a Terp, playing cornerback. 




2004 (Redshirt Freshman): Sat out the season in compli- 
ance 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 theislands.com All-Amencan ... 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 11th on The Sporting News/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. 

GARDNER'S 
CAREER STATISTICS 



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G-GS UT AT TT/Avg 


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10-1 9 6 15/1.5 


0.0-O 0.0-0 


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GASTON 




PLACEKICKER 
5-9*181 •FR.-RS 
MEMPHIS, TENN. 
(CHRISTIAN BROTHERS HS) 

On Gaston: Walk-on kicker in much the same position Dan 
Ennis was years ago . . . will not compete for a job this season 
but could work to compete in coming years. 

2005 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A one-year letterwinner at Christian Brothers 
High School in Memphis, Tenn. ... was 6-of-9 with a long of 
39 yards his senior year ... 39-yarder was a game winner 
... also lettered one year in soccer ... part of the Maryland 
4A bronze medal 4x100 relay team ... high school coach 
was Kevin Locastro. 

Personal: Greg Gaston Jr. was born July 15. 1987 in 
Salisbury, Md. ... son of Greg and Mary Gaston ...father is 
the television voice of the Memphis Tigers and a Memphis 
sports talk radio host . . . enrolled in the College of Letters and 
Sciences ... member of National Honor Society as a prep. 

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GOLDBERG 




WIDE RECEIVER 
6 2 187 SO SO 
BALTIMORE, MD. 
(MOUNT ST. JOSEPH HS) 

On Goldberg: Second-year receiver who worked with the 
offensive scout team last year ... has good size ... made 
some plays in last year's spring game. 

2005 (Redshirt Freshman): Did not play . . . name offensive 
scout team Player of the Week for his work in practice leading 
up to the Navy and Boston College games. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A two-year letterwinner 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 runners in his senior year ... recruited by Richmond, 
Delaware and William & Mary ... high school coach was 
Mike Working. 

Personal: Matthew Goldberg was born February 7, 1986 
... parents are Bertha and Joseph Goldberg ... majoring in 
general business. 



GOODE 





TIGHT END 
6-3 • 233 • JR.-2V 
BALTIMORE, MD. 
(WOODLAWN HS) 

On Goode: Third-year Terp who will be expected to help fill 
the vacancies left at tight end, especially as a pass catcher 
... has good size, good hands and runs well ... was more 
of an H-back last year ... posted the fastest 40-yard dash 
time among tight ends in the spring as well as a 37-inch 
vertical jump. 

2005 (Sophomore): Played in all 11 games ... recorded 
seven receptions for 40 yards ... (at NCSU) ... caught two 
passes for a season-high 12 yards ... (vs. Navy) ... made 
first career reception (eight yards) in the red zone to help 
set up a Dan Ennis field goal. 




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2004 (Freshman): Played in one game ... did not n\ 
any statistics ... got hurt in a two-minute drill the week J 
seeing action in his first game or he would have placid 
more significant role ... (vs. CU) ... had the key bloclM 
Josh Allen's one-yard touchdown run, the Terps' only si|j 
of the day. 

High School: A four-year high school letterwinner | 
three-year starter who finished his prep career at Wood!'i 
High School in Woodlawn, Md. . . . spent his first three y«) 
at Archbishop Curley High School in Baltimore ... plajj 
quarterback, tailback, fullback, wide receiver, tight end { 
defensive end . . . missed the first three games of 2003 i 
transferring but still finished with 56 carries for 509 yards tj 
avg.) and 21 receptions for 438 yards (20.9 ypc) and i 
TDs ... accounted for 1 3 total touchdowns and two two-pH 
conversions, leading his team in scoring ... a Mid-AtlaJ 
all-region selection by SuperPrep and honorable-menJ 
pick by PrepStar ... first team All-Met by the Baltimore A 
... a first team Big School all-state selection as an "athifi 
by the Associated Press ... an all-conference pick al 
junior and senior ... helped lead Woodlawn to a spot ir ! 
state 4A semifinals his senior year ... lettered four yed 
in basketball ... named Curley's Most Valuable Playei) 
basketball as a junior ... was also recruited by Colors, I 
Boston College, UCLAand Penn State . . . high school co i] 
was Leonard Hart. 

Personal: Jason Goode was born September 13, 1989 
son of Norris and Stephanie Goode . . . enrolled in the Collo! 
of Letters and Sciences. 



GOODE'S CAREER STATISTICS 

Receiving G-GS Rec. Yds. Avg. TD L a 

2005 10-0 7 40 5.7 



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OFFENSIVE GUARD 
6-7 • 294 • JR.-2V 
ENFIELD. CONN. 
(ENFIELD HS) 

On Griffin: A blue-collar type performer who spent his f 
two seasons working on the defensive line but will mc 
to offensive guard this season ... was a quick learner 
defense, playing in his first season ... has good feet ;i 
height for the position ... has added 24 pounds since join 
the Terps in 2004. 

2005 (Sophomore): Played in all 11 games, starting the f 
eight at defensive tackle ... made 11 tackles (three solo 
had two multi-tackle games . . . recorded two assisted tack 
against West Virginia and a career-high four (all-assists 
at Temple. 



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)4 (Freshman): Played in five games ... posted three 
'kles (one solo) ... also batted down one pass ... pass 
':akup came late In the Duke game as he batted down a 
ie Schneider effort. 

jh School: A four-year letterwmner and three-year starter 
Enfield (Conn.) High School ... team's second-leading 
'kler as a senior with 45 stops ... also had seven sacks, 
1 QB hurnes, two forced fumbles, one fumble caused and 
;en pass breakups ... had 40 tackles and 15 sacks as a 
iior ... named first team all-state as an offensive guard by 
1 New Haven Register and as a defensive tackle by the 
irffo/t/ Couranl ... an All-New England region selection by 
•perPrep ... rated by SuperPrep as the 12th-best player in 
\ region . PrepStar all-region as well ... all-conference as 
■unior and senior ... honorable mention All-Courant as a 
: fensive tackle his junior year ... team went 1 0-2 and made 
D the state semifinals - best in school history - his senior 
*ar ... also lettered three years in basketball ... recruited 
iPenn State, Boston College, Iowa and Wisconsin ... high 
iooI coach was Jay Gaucher. 

rsonal: John Griffin, Jr., was bom January 20, 1986 ... son 
'John and Jeris Griffin . . . enrolled in the College of Letters 
>d Sciences ... carried over a 3.0 GPAas a prep. 



RIFFIN'S CAREER STATISTICS 

fense G-GS UT AT TT/Ava TFL Sacks Int. 


54 


54 


2 


1 


3/0.6 


0.0-0 


0-0 





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11-8 


3 


9 


12/1.1 


0-0 


0-0 





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16-8 


5 


10 


15/0.9 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 






HZEBB 

SRONKOWSKI 




ULLBACK 

-2 • 245 • FR.-RS 

MHERST, N.Y. 

VILLI AMSVILLE NORTH HS) 

i Gronkowski: Player who walked on last year and 
iS a possibility of working his way into the rotation at 
Iback ... played well enough in the spnng to challenge 
" playing time behind Tim Cesa ... an Iron Terp with the 
jhth-highest strength index on the team and tops among 
nning backs. 

i05 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

gh School: A three-year letterwinner at Williamsville North 
gh School in Williamsville. NY... averaged 6.2 yards per 
fry his senior year while posting 453 receiving yards ... 
>o made 82 tackles on defense, forcing four fumbles and 
cording a pair of defensive touchdowns ...an all-league 
id second team All-Western New York pick . . . also lettered 
ree years in baseball ... recruited by Penn, Buffalo and 
jw Hampshire to name a few ... high school coach was 
ike Mammolitti. 



Personal: Chris Gronkowski was born December 26. 1986 
in Buffalo. N.Y. ... son of Gordon and Diane Gronkowski ...is 
the third of five brothers . . . National Honor Society . . . father 
lettered three years as an offensive guard at Syracuse ... 
brother. Gordie, Jr.. is a senior first baseman at Jacksonville 
(Fla.) University ... brother, Dan, is a tight end for the Terps 
. enrolled in the Robert H. Smith School of Business. 

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TIGHT END 

6 6-266SO.1V 
AMHERST, N.Y. 
(WILLIAMSVILLE NORTH HS) 

On Gronkowski: Player with good size who originally joined 

the team as a quarterback but made the switch to tight end 
where he has shown steady improvement every year ... has 
good hands ... one of the program's first-ever "greyshirts" 
... joined the team for the first time at the Gator Bowl after 
deferring his enrollment for the spring of 2004 (was part of 
the 2003 signing class) ... an Iron Terp the last two seasons 
... highest strength index among tight ends this season. 

2005 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in five games ... 
finished the season with two receptions for 37 yards ... (vs. 
CU) ... hauled in a 25-yard Sam Hollenbach pass, a career- 
long ... (vs. Navy) ... recorded his first career reception, a 
12-yard effort. 

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. 




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High School: A four-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 selection 
... 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 ... was also recruited 
by Arizona, Purdue and Syracuse ... high school coach was 
Mike Mammoliti. 

Personal: Daniel Gronkowski was born January 21, 1985 
... 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 . . . brother. Chris, walked on as 
a fullback last year at Maryland ... a marketing major. 

GRONKOWSKI'S 
CAREER STATISTICS 

Receiving G-GS Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long 



2005 



5-0 



37 



18.5 



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HARRELL 




LEO 

6-4 • 231 • FR.-RS 
MILTON, MASS. 
(TABOR ACADEMY) 

On Harrell: Promising young linebacker who will get a look 
this season ... an athletic player who needs to continue to 
get bigger and stronger. 

2005 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... Defensive Scout 
Team Player of the Year . . . named scout team Player of the 
Week for his work in practice leading up to the Navy, Virginia 
and North Carolina games. 

High School: A two-year letterwinner and starter at Tabor 
Academy in Marion. 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 ... re- 
corded 65 tackles, four sacks and batted down three passes 
his senior year ... posted 70 tackles, eight sacks and recov- 
ered 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 



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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 Syra- 
cuse in the early 70s ...enrolled in the College of Letters and 
Sciences... planning on majoring in business ... last name 
is pronounced huh-RELL. 



HAYNOS 




TIGHT END 
6-7 • 267 • JR.-2V 
ROCKVILLE, MD. 
(GONZAGA COLLEGE HS) 

On Haynos: Third-year player who has come along and 
should play a bigger role in 2005 ... will vie for the starting 
job this year . . . saw action in two-tight end sets as a redshirt 
freshman ... strength has improved steadily over his last 
two years ... has good hands and can use his height to 
his advantage. 

2005 (Sophomore): Played in nine games ... had one 
reception for three yards and a touchdown ... (vs. CU) ... 
caught first career touchdown (on first career reception), a 
three-yard strike that capped a 67-yard scoring drive. 

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




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HAYNOS 



2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 



High School: A three-year letterwinner at Gonzaga Col- 
lege High School in Washington, D.C. ... started both ways 
(TE/LB) as a senior .. . totaled 30 catches for 375 yards and 
one touchdown in 2003, including a five-catch, 75-yard game 
against Good Counsel ... lettered as a 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. 

Personal : Joey Haynos was bom August 28, 1 984 . . . son of 
Maureen and Joe Haynos ... majoring in economics. 



HAYNOS' 

Receivinq G-GS 


CAREER STATISTICS 

Rec Yards Avq TD 


LP 


2004 


8-0 








0.0 





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2005 


9-0 


1 


3 


3.0 


1 


3 


Career 


17-0 


1 


3 


3.0 


1 


3 



HEGGS 




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6-2 • 265 • FR.-RS 
GARDEN CITY, GA. 
(GROVES HS) 

On Heggs: One of a number of young linebacker/ends who 
will get a shot at playing time in 2006. 

2005 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... named defensive 
scout team Player of the Week for his work in the week of 
practice leading up to the Clemson game. 

High School: A four-year starter and letterwinner 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 its first playoff appear- 
ance in 29 years his junior season ... team also appeared 
in the playoffs his senior year ... a four-year letterwinner 
in basketball (forward/center) and baseball (right field) ... 
recruited by Georgia Tech, Auburn, UCF and Louisville ... 
high school coach was Karl DeMasi. 

Personal: Barrod Heggs was bom October 8, 1986 ... son 
of Archie and Terri Heggs ... first name is pronounced buhr- 
AHD ... enrolled in the College of Letters and Sciences. 



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LINEBACKER 
6-3 • 242 • SO.-SQ 
ABERDEEN, MD. 
(ABERDEEN HS) 

On Henderson: Third-year linebacker who will get his s 
at a starting job in 2006 ... young legacy who looked c 
standing last spring and in fall camp of '05 before injuring 
knee (left ACL) . . . started his first season at quarterback 
quickly switched to weakside linebacker . . . runs well and 
playmaker ... emotional, hard-working player ... 365-poi 
bench tied for highest among inside linebackers. 

2005 (Redshirt Freshman): Missed the entire season a 
tearing his left anterior cruciate ligament in the second wf 
of fall camp. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... named offens 
scout team Player of the Week for his work in practice lead 
up to the Temple game ... had already moved to defer 
but ran the option to help the team prepare for Tempi 
Walter Washington. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and starter at At 
deen High School in Aberdeen, Md. ... played quarterb; 
and linebacker, excelling on both sides of the ball . 
84-of-1 55 for 1 ,580 yards, 20 touchdowns and four interc 
tions as a senior while leading his team to its first-ever st 
championship . . . also ran for 883 yards with eight TDs wf 
posting a team-high 1 38 tackles and two interceptions ... b 
game may have been in the state 2A semifinals when 
threw for three TDs on a sprained ankle, bringing his te 
back from an 18-point deficit to advance ... junior numb 
included 1,005 yards passing, 15 TDs. 350 yards rush 
and six TDs while averaging over 13 tackles per game 
Baltimore Sun Player of the Year as a senior ... also first te 
all-state (Associated Press), first team All-Met (Battiw 
Sun) and all-county ... AP all-state as a junior at mid 
linebacker ... a Mid-Atlantic all-region pick by SuperPrep 
an all-region selection by PrepStar ... ranked the sixth-b 
inside linebacker in the country by ESPN.com's Tom Le 
ming ... also played basketball and ran track ... recruited 
Virginia, Purdue and North Carolina ... high school co, 
was Joseph Harbert. 

Personal: Erin Henderson was born July 1, 1986 .. 
of Eric and Quinette Henderson ... older brother, 
was a two-time All-American who won the Butkus I 
Bednarik awards while at Maryland and currently pla 
for the Minnesota Vikings ... majonng in communicatii 
... hometown is the same as that of retired major lea; 
all-star Cal Ripken, Jr. 



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: FENSIVE TACKLE 
6 • 320 • SR.-3V 
tWRENCEVILLE, GA. 
ROOKWOOD) 

JHeyer: Fifth-year senior who returns for his final season 
r missing 2005 due to injury ... a postseason honors 
didate ... was the Terps' top lineman in 2004 ... has 
i long arms . . . wears a size-22 sneaker off the field but 
s to squeeze into an 18 cleat on game days ... 24 career 
Is . will likely line up at left tackle, the spot he manned 

003 and 2004. 

5 (Redshirt Junior): Redshirt season . . . missed the year 
r tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in 
first week of fall camp. 

4 (Junior): Started all 11 games at left tackle ... the 
lest-rated Terp lineman ... second on the team with 18 

blocks" ... allowed just three sacks on 651 offensive 
'S ... (vs. WFU) ... tied for second on the team with three 
blocks" ... called for no penalties on 71 offensive plays 
vs. FSU) ... was the team's highest-rated lineman and 
for the team lead with two "big blocks" ... (vs. NCSU) 
vas the Terps' highest-graded offensive lineman and 
one "big block", despite suffering a knee injury during 
game (which he played through) ... (vs. GT) ... was the 
TVs second-highest rated lineman ... was in on 59 plays 
was not called for any penalties ... (at Duke) ... led the 
n with 77 plays and tied for the team lead with three 
blocks" ... was not called for any penalties ... (vs. NIU) 
long with Kyle Schmitt. was the highest-graded lineman 
tied for the team lead with four "big blocks" ... was called 
io penalties on 62 plays. 

3 (Sophomore): Started all 13 games at left tackle ... 
ihed the season with the offensive line's second-highest 
lposite grade (1.261), trailing only Kyle Schmitt ... had 
'big blocks" and was called for just two penalties in 737 
nsive plays . . . ( vs. UVa) ... finished with three "big blocks" 
a team-high 69 offensive plays ... (vs. UNC) ... Terps' 
lest-graded offensive lineman ... tied for the team lead 
>ng linemen with four "big blocks" ... (af GT) ... notched 
"big block" with no missed assignments ... (vs. Duke) ... 
)rded a team-high three "big blocks" ... (vs. CU) ... Terps' 
ond highest-graded offensive lineman ... finished with two 
blocks" and no missed assignments on 70 plays ... (vs. 
V) ... recorded two "big blocks" on 60 plays. 



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2002 (Freshman): Saw action in each of the final 1 3 games, 
starting one . . posted seven "big blocks" and was called for 
just two penalties in 178 plays ... (vs. WFU) ... played nine 
snaps and and posted a strong composite grade in limited 
action ... had one "big block" ... (af CU) ... saw the most ac- 
tion of the reserve offensive linemen, playing 11 snaps and 
graded very highly ... recorded one "big block" ... (at 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 ... helped Brookwood to a 5-5 
record in 2001 ... played for a high school program which 
won 100 games dunng the decade of the 1990s and won 
a state title in 1996 ... also recruited by Georgia, Michigan, 
Arkansas, Clemson, Ohio State. Florida, Alabama, Auburn, 
Vanderbilt and Kentucky ... Brookwood High is the alma 
mater of Denver Broncos placekicker Jason Elam. 

Personal: Stephon Heyer was bom January 16. 1984 ... 
son of Ronald and Glenda Heyer ... name is pronounced 
"STEFF-ahn HIGH-err" ... majoring in criminology and 
criminal justice ... the Atlanta Falcons helped him find 
proper-fitting cleats in high school. 



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WIDE RECEIVER 
6-2 • 206 ■ FR.-RS 
SILVER SPRING, MD. 
(MCDONOGH SCHOOL) 

On Heyward-Bey: A promising young receiver who could 
add another dimension to the Terps' offensive attack ... 
has good size and amazing speed ... one of several young 
wideouts who will be asked to step up this season ... made 
big plays in game situations in the spring ... one of the fastest 
players in the ACC. 

2005 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: Athree-year letterwinner 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 10 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-American 
... 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 was picked as the 
fourth-best player overall in the state of Maryland and the 
12th-best wide receiver in the country ... an all-area and all- 
conference selection as a junior ... a first team All-Amencan 
in the indoor 60 meters ... was fifth at nationals as a junior 
as well as MIAA champ in the 100 and 200 meters ... timed 
at 4.38 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: Darnus Heyward-Bey was bom February 26. 
1987 ... son of Vivian Heyward-Bey ... enrolled in the 
College of Letters and Sciences ... plans to major in com- 
munications. 



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QUARTERBACK 
6-4 -214 -SR.-2V 
SELLERSVILLE, PA. 
(PENNRIDGE HS) 

On Hollenbach: Fifth-year senior who enters the season 
as the incumbent at quarterback ... a hard-working player 
with good size and strength ... had a solid first season as a 
starter ... will be one of the league leaders in most passing 
categories if he can cut down on mistakes . . . three-time Iron 
Terp ... did not test in 2006 as he continued to rehabilitate his 
shoulder ... strength numbers in index (701), power clean 
(320), vertical jump (33-1/2) and squat (655) recorded in past 
seasons set team records for a quarterback. 

2005 (Junior): Played in all 11 games, starting 10 ... was 
injured for lone non-start (Florida State) ... finished the 
season 192-of-315 for 2,539 yards with 13 TDs and 15 
interceptions . . . yardage total ranks sixth for a single season 
in school history ... ranked fourth in the conference in total 
offense with 229.2 yards per game ... stood second in the 
league in passing yards per game (230.8) .... was fifth in 
the ACC in passing efficiency (132.8) ... (at UNC) ... was 
19-for-32 for a career-high 374 yards and two touchdowns 
... hit Jo Jo Walker (67 yards down the middle) and Danny 
Melendez (80 yards on 1st-and-10, down the right sideline) 
to give Maryland the lead late in the fourth ... the pass 
was new a career long and Maryland's longest play from 
scrimmage this year ... connected with Vernon Davis for a 
24-yard touchdown to open the scoring in the second half ... 
(at FSU) ... did not start in an effort to rest his sprained left 
shoulder ... entered the game on second down of the final 
drive of the first quarter, replacing starter Joel Statham ... 
was forced back out after just five snaps due to injury (back) 
... completed his only pass attempt of the day, to Vernon 
Davis for 29 yards ... (vs. VT) ... finished 14-of-30 for 158 
yards and a touchdown, playing through a shoulder that was 
sprained in the first half ... went 22 yards on an option to pick 
up a first down on 2nd-and-15 in the first quarter ... (at TU) 
... was 19-of-29 for 228 yards ... plunged into the end zone 
for his second rushing touchdown of the season with 7:45 
left in the third quarter ... (vs. UVa) ... threw two touchdowns 
and set then-career highs in passing yards with 320 and 
completions with 25 on 33 attempts ... hit Danny Melendez 
in the back of the end zone for a 10-yard touchdown strike 
to give the Terps their first lead of the day ... found Vernon 
Davis in the end zone from 24 yards out in the second quarter 
... (vs. WVU) ... finished the day 20-for-31 for 291 yards 
and two touchdowns with no interceptions ... sparked the 
Terp offense in the second half, leading two scoring drives 
in the fourth quarter to close the gap from 15 to two ... (vs. 
CU) ... was 18-for-28 with two touchdowns and 288 yards 
... scored first career rushing touchdown, a one-yard dive 
in the second quarter to give Terps their first lead of the day 




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... (vs. Navy) ... threw for 21 7 yards and a touchdown in the 
win ... engineered Maryland's game-winning scoring drive, 
starting at their own 18 with 4:43 remaining and moving the 
Terps 82 yards in 3:42 ... capped the drive with an 11 -yard 
touchdown pass to Drew Weatherly. 

2004 (Sophomore): Played in three games, starting 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 
...(at VI)... played well when called upon late in the game, 
going 5-for-8 for 53 yards. 

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

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

High School: A three-year letterwinner 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 all 
1 1 scores ... as a senior, he led Pennridge to an 8-3 recofl 
including four come-from-behind victories that were decid,i 
in the final minute of play . . . two of those victories came I 
the road against perennial Pennsylvania powers North Pel 
and Central Bucks West ... passed for 1,250 yards and I 
touchdowns in 2001 ... earned a host of awards and hori 
following his senior season, including the Maxwell Awa] 
(one of 25 students-athletes in Philadelphia and South Jersj 
areas), first team all-area by the Philadelphia Daily News al 
the Philadelphia Inquirer, first team All-National Conferenj 
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 juni 
passed for 1,504 yards while throwing about 10 times | 
game for a team that totaled 2,500 yards rushing ... was 
all-league baseball player as a junior ... also recruited 
Michigan State, Illinois and Pittsburgh. 

Personal: Samuel Hollenbach was born September9, 191 
in Doylestown, Pa. ... son of Jeff and Elizabeth Hollenbach 
majoring in mechanical engineering . . . would like to take ' 
degree and combine it with his interest in cars ... his fath 
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74) as well as at Pennridge ... had a 3.93 grade-point 
age and was a member of the National Honor Society 
prep ... also served as the president of the Fellowship 

Christian Athletes in high school ... pronounced "HALL- 

bock." 



OLLENBACH'S 
M1EER STATISTICS 

.sing G-GS Art Comp Int Yds 


Pet TD 


LP 


I 1-00000 


- 


- 


4 3-1 36 22 229 


.611 


21 


5 11-10 315 192 15 2,539 


610 13 


80 


eer 15-11 351 214 15 2,768 


.610 13 


80 


ihing G-GS Art Net Avg 


TD 


LP 


3 1-0 0.0 





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4 3-1 8 (-17) (-2.1) 





7 


5 11-10 72 (-18) (-0.2) 


2 


22 


NT 15-11 80 (-35) (-2.3) 


2 


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lOLLOWAY 




INEBACKER 
2 • 230 • SR.-2V 
TEPHENTOWN, N.Y. 

CANY ACADEMY) 
>way: Senior who is the lone returning 
irter at linebacker ... former walk-on who 
s shown very good instincts and strong 
y in his first two years as a starter ... a 
•e tackier who makes limited assignment 
ors ... an Iron Terp with the highest strength 
:ex on the team .. . enters the season having 
irted a team-high 22 consecutive games 
recorded a 605-pound squat. 420-pound 
nch (a 90-pound improvement since 2003) 
d 36 1/2 -inch vertical jump. 

05 (Junior): Started all 11 games at 
ongside linebacker ... posted 61 tackles 
I solo), fifth-most on the team ... added 4.5 
:kles for loss, three sacks, an interception, 
ee pass breakups, two QB hurnes, two 
ced fumbles and one blocked kick ... (vs. 
'■).., recorded six tackles and a quarterback 
ny ... (at UNC) ... recorded four tackles. 
iluding one for a loss ... also credited with 
quarterback hurry ... (at FSU) ... recorded 
ven tackles, a sack, an interception and a 
ced fumble ... sacked Drew Weatherford on 
rd down with under two minutes to go in the 
;t half, setting up fourth-and-long ... forced 
Weatherford fumble late in the third quarter 
came up with a big interception late in the 
rd quarter, halting a Seminole drive that 
d advanced deep into Maryland temtory . 



(vs. UVaj ... recorded three tackles, including a sack, forced 
a fumble and broke up a pass ... hit QB Marques Hagans 
from behind as he released the ball, causing an incomplete 
pass on 3rd-and-10 on the Cavaliers' first drive of the day ... 
(vs. WVU) ... recorded a career-high 10 tackles ... blocked 
an Adam Bednarik punt, causing it go just six yards ... (vs. 
CU) ... tied for third on team with seven tackles ... halted 
Clemson's final drive of the first half, tackling RB James 
Davis on third down inducing the Tigers to run out the clock 
... (vs. Navy) ... finished third on the team in tackles with six 
... tracked down QB Lamar Owens from behind at the line of 
senmmage to set up a 4th-and-long with under four minutes 
to go in the first half. 

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 1 1 -yard sack in the 
second quarter ... (at 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 drive ... came around 
the left end to sack Charlie Whitehurst for an eight-yard loss 
in the second quarter ... (at Duke) ... had one solo tackle 
and recovered his second fumble of the season ... fumble 
recovery at the end of first quarter led to a touchdown drive 
... (at WVU) ... had eight solo tackles and one TFL ... dove 




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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 
Florida State games . . . posted two unassisted tackles on the 
season ... was defensive scout team Player of the Week for 
his work in practice leading up to the Duke game. 

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

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

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

HOLLOWAY'S CAREER 
STATISTICS 






Defense 


G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT/Avg 


TFL 


Sacks 


Int 


2003 


2-0 


2 





2/1.0 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 


2004 


11-11 


29 


24 


53/4.8 


4.0-14 


1.5-11 


0-0 


2005 


11-11 


31 


30 


61/5.5 


4.5-24 


3.0-21 


1-0 


Career 


24-22 


62 


54 


116/4.8 


8.5-38 


4 5-32 


1-0 



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TAILBACK 
6-0 • 221 • SR.-2V 
LAKELAND, FLA. 
(GEORGE JENKINS HS) 

On Humber: Senior tailback who hopes to be in the mix at 
tailback this season ... has good size, runs well and has 
good quickness for a player of his stature ... has never 
been thrown for a loss and averages 5.8 yards per carry on 
24 career attempts heading into 2006 ... has struggled with 
injury in trie past ... runs downhill when healthy. 

2005 (Junior): Played in eight games, rushing four times for 
53 yards ... (at TU) ... ran hard in first action of trie season 
... rushed for 53 yards on four carries (1 3.2 yards per carry) 
had a long of 37 yards. 



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2004 (Sophomore): Saw action in one game ... rushed six 
times for 1 7 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. WVU) ... 
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 2001 
... had a career-long 94-yard TD run against rival Lakeland 
High School . . . played tailback and receiver as a junior and 
accounted for 1,800 all-purpose yards ... an honorable 
mention all-district and All-Polk County selection as a senior 
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 born August 9, 1983 ... son 
of Clement and Pauline Humber . majoring in criminology 
and criminal justice ... grew up playing soccer ... spent 
time volunteering at the Soaring Eagle Football Camp for 
kids in high school. 



NUMBER'S CAREER STATISTICS 2005 (Freshman): Redshirt season 



Rushing 


G-GS Att, 


Gain Lost 


Net 


Avg. TD 


LP 


2003 


4-0 14 


68 





68 


4.9 


16 


2004 


1-0 6 


17 





17 


2.8 


5 


2005 


8-0 4 


53 





53 


13.2 


37 


Career 


13-0 24 


138 





138 


5.8 


37 



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WIDE RECEIVER 
5 8 165 SO SO 
LAUREL, MD. 
(LAUREL) 

On Ifon: Third-year player who will work with the Terp 
offensive scout team ... an Iron Terp who posted the fourth- 
highest strength index on the team ... could get a look on 
special teams . . . ran a sub-4.5 time in the 40-yard dash with 
a 43-inch vertical jump in spring testing. 

2005 (Redshirt Freshman): Did not play. 

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 ... 
recruited by Georgetown and Davidson ... high school coach 
was Mike Rudden. 

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



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DEFENSIVE TACKLE 
6-4 • 31 1 • FR.-RS 
RIVERDALE, MD. 
(RIVERDALE BAPTIST HS) 

On Ivey: Redshirt freshman looking to earn playing time on 
the defensive line ... lacks experience but has all of the physi- 
cal intangibles ... ideal size and is athletic for his build. 



High School: A two-year letterwinner and starter at River 1 
Baptist High School in Upper Marlboro, Md. . . . took up fc| 
ball his junior year of high school ... transferred from DeM al 
after his sophomore season ... played defensive end, il 
end and offensive tackle in his two seasons ... recorded 
tackles, 16 sacks, 32 quarterback hurries and batted da 
six passes as a senior ... also had 16 receptions and t 
touchdowns from his tight end position in '04 ... an honora 
mention All-Independent schools selection... also letterei 
basketball where he played power forward, averaging ei 
points and seven rebounds a game ... recruited by I 
Kent State and Texas Southern ... high school coach v 
Kervin Wyatt, a former Terrapin letterwinner (1976-79) w 
played linebacker and offensive line. 

Personal: Travis Ivey was born December 22, 1986 
son of Curtis and Noreata Ivey ... enrolled in the College 
Letters and Sciences. 

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JEFFERSON 




LINEBACKER 
6-2 • 233 • JR.-2V 
CLINTON, MD. 
(GWYNN PARK HS) 

On Jefferson: Fourth-year linebacker who is the slated 
move into the starting "Mike" linebacker position this seasc 
a spot that has produced three of the last five ACC Defensi 
Players of the Year (E.J. Henderson in 2001 and '02; D'Qw 
Jackson in 2005) ... an instinctive player who always seer 
to be around the ball ... a sure tackier ... one of the mc 
sought-after recruits on the Terp roster as a prep . . . recordi 
a 38 14-inch vertical jump in offseason testing. 

2005 (Sophomore): Played in all 11 games, starting h 
... finished the season with the highest tackle total (57, 
solo) among non-starters ... also had three TFLs, a sat 
a fumble recovery and two forced fumbles ... [si NCSUj 
finished second on the team in tackles with eight in secor 
career start ... wrapped up the ball carrier behind the lir, 
of scrimmage on 3rd-and-1 at the end of the first quart 
... (at TU) ... made first career start at "Mike" linebacker 
registered a team-high tying nine tackles ... also recover* 
a fumble ... (vs. UVa) ... registered two tackles ... tackle 
RB Cedric Peerman for a loss on 3rd-and-short inside It 
Maryland five-yard line to bnng up fourth down late in V 
game ... (vs. WVU) ... recorded 12 tackles, tying a caree 
high ... combined with D'Qwell Jackson to stuff RB Jast 
Gwaltney at the goal line in the second quarter ... forced 
fumble on a kick return in the fourth quarter, giving Marylai 
possession deep in Mountaineer territory ... (vs. CU) 
saw time at linebacker, making one tackle ... wrapped i 
RB James Davis for no gain on 3rd-and-short forcing th 



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gers to punt in the third quarter ... (vs. Navy) ... saw action 
"Will" linebacker ... finished with three tackles, including 
o unassisted. 

104 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in eight games, missing 
ree due to injury ... finished the season with 22 tackles 
ine solo) with one TFL ... (vs. TU) ... had a team-high 12 
ckles (seven solo), including his first career tackle on kick 
iverage in the first quarter and one TFL ... combined with 
cardo Dickenson for a TFL to force a fourth down in the 
ird quarter and with Jon Condo to stop a third-quarter 
:reen pass in the backfield ... (vs. NIU) ... first career 
ime action. 

103 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... named Defensive 
»ut Team Player of the Year . . . named scout team Player 
the Week three times during the season . . . weekly honors 
ime against Northern Illinois. West Virginia and Georgia 
!Ch. 

gh School: A three-year starter and letterwinner at middle 
ebackerforGwynn Park High School in Brandywine, Md. 
the consensus No. 1 prep linebacker in the country ... 
itched 149 tackles (88 solo) as a senior to go along with 
) sacks, one interception, nine forced fumbles and seven 
mble recovenes ... recorded 168 tackles, 39 TFLs. 13 
icks. three forced fumbles and three interceptions as a 
r»or... selected to play in the 2003 U.S. Army All-American 
)wl . . a Parade All-American . . . first team All-US A by USA 
nfey ... first team all-state by the Associated Press as a 
nior and senior ... rated the No. 1 outside linebacker and 
e 25th-best player overall 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-Metro and 
Defensive Player of the Year by The Washington Post ... 
All-American and top-rated linebacker in the country by 
SuperPrep ... also SuperPrep's 12th-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 in the Atlantic East region by Rivals.com 
... named Defensive Player of the Year as a junior by the 
Gazette newspapers . . . sophomore season saw an appear- 
ance in the state championships and featured a linebacking 
corps that included Jefferson, Kellen Pruitt (Syracuse) and 
Seth Mitchell (Michigan State) . . . also played basketball as a 
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, 1 985 , . . son 
of Michael and Roscheta Jefferson ... took up playing the 
piano in his senior year of high school and likes vintage au- 
tomobiles ... majoring in criminology and criminal justice. 

JEFFERSON'S 
CAREER STATISTICS 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT/Avg 


TFL 


Sacks 


Int. 


2004 


8-0 


9 


13 


22 2 8 


1.0-1 


0.0-0 


0-0 


2005 


11-2 


19 


38 


57 5 2 


3.0-16 


1.0-12 


0-0 


Career 


20-2 


28 


51 


79/3.9 


4.0-17 


1.0-12 


0-0 



JUSTICE 




SAFETY 

6-1 -219- JR. 2V 
LISBON, CONN. 
(NORWICH FREE ACADEMY) 

On Justice: Big, athletic defensive back who has spent time 
at both free and strong safety in his first two years ... has 
a good combination of size and speed ... earned Iron Terp 
status for the first time in his career this season . . . second- 
highest strength index among defensive backs. 

2005 (Sophomore): Played in all 11 games, starting one 
(Clemson) ... recorded nine tackles (four solo) ... (vs. CU) 
... made first career start, playing free safety in place of an 
injured Christian Vamer ... finished with one tackle ... (vs. 
Navy) ... recorded three tackles. 

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 letterwinner at the 
Norwich (Conn.) Free Academy ... started at defensive 
back four years and at quarterback his last three ... also 



spent time at tailback and long snapper ... 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 touch- 
downs ... 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 Rivals.com as the best player 
in New England ... a PrepStar All-Amencan ... a finalist for 
the Gatorade state Player of the Year ... 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 letterwinner 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 bom April 29. 1 986 ... son 

of Jim and Mary Justice ... father played college football at 
Syracuse, lettenng in 1973 ... major is sociology. 

JUSTICE'S CAREER STATISTICS 

Defense G-GS UT A T TT/Avg TFL Sacks Int 
2004 11-0 2 1 3/0.3 0.0-0 0.0-0 (H) 



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2005 


11-1 


4 


5 


9/0.8 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 


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Career 


22-1 


6 


6 


12/0.5 


0.04 


0-0 


0-0 



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CORNERBACK 
5-9* 187-FR.-RS 
BALTIMORE, MD. 
(BALTIMORE POLYTECHNIC 
INSTITUTE) 

On Kareem: Walk-on who will likely work with the defensive 
scout team in 2006. 

High School: A one-year letterwinner at Baltimore (Md.) 
Polytechnic Institute ... played cornerback ... also lettered 
two years in track ... ran hurdles and relays ... high school 
coach was Stephen Williams. 

Personal: Adam Kareem was born February 7, 1987 in 
Washington, D.C. ... son of Zainab Kareem and Paul Hen- 
derson ... is one of five children ... a mechanical engineering 
major ... interested in a career in automotive design. 

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LATTIMORE 




TAILBACK 
5-1 1 • 221 • JR.-2V 
OWINGS MILLS, MD. 
(HARGRAVE MILITARY/ 
MT. ST. JOSEPHS HS) 

On Lattimore: Player who showed flashes at tailback last 
year . . . good combination of size, speed and quickness . . . 
competing for playing time at a position that has become well- 
stocked ... a strong blocker ... did not participate in spring 
drills as he continued to rehabilitate his right shoulder. 

2005 (Sophomore): Played in eight games, starting two 
at tailback ... rushed 58 times for 181 yards and three 
touchdowns ... (at 71/) . . . made first career start at tailback .. . 
finished with 20 yards on 10 carries ... (vs. UVa) ... rushed for 
46 yards and two touchdowns on 1 6 carries ... took a handoff 
and bounced out to the left for a nine-yard touchdown run 
to tie the game at 14 in the second quarter ... other score 
was a one-yard plunge at the goal line ... (at WFLf) ... led the 
team in rushing with a career-high 76 yards and a touchdown 
on 15 carries ... all of his yards came in the second half ... 
rushed for 1 2 yards on his first carry of the day, then followed 



it up on the very next play with a 10-yard run ... pounded 
into the end zone for his first career touchdown from three 
yards out early in the fourth quarter ... (vs. Navy) ... caught 
one pass for a two-yard gain ... made two big blocks out of 
the backfield in blitz coverage to enable a pair of first down 
completions by Sam Hollenbach during the Terps' final first 
half scoring drive. 

2004 (Freshman): Played in five games despite missing the 
first four with a dislocated shoulder ... rushed seven times 
for 1 5 yards . . . rushed four times at Clemson ( 1 1 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 ... rushed for 
425 yards with four touchdowns . . . caught a 28-yard touch- 
down pass against West Virginia's junior varsity team. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at Mount 
Saint Josephs High School in Baltimore ... played wide 
receiver and spent some time at defensive back ... 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 rushed for 643 yards and 11 
TDs, while returning two kickoffs for scores ... top game of 
2002 came against Gilman when he scored five TDs (four 
rushing, one kickoff return), posted 121 yards rushing 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-be 
receiver in the East by The Sporting News ... ranked t' 
20th-best wide receiver in the country by ESPN.com s To: 
Lemming ... also ran track and was his basketball team 
starting forward ... was also recruited by Miami, NC Stai 
and Virginia ... high school coach was Mike Working. 

Personal: Keon Lattimore was born July 6, 1984 ... sc 
of Sunseria Keith ... brother is Baltimore Ravens' star lini 
backer and 2004 Maryland graduate, Ray Lewis ... enrolle 
in the College of Letters and Sciences. 

LATTIMORE'S 

CAREER STATISTICS 

Rushing G-GS Att. Gain Lost Net Avg. TD L 



2004 


4-0 


7 15 





15 


21 





2005 


8-2 


58 211 


30 


181 


3.1 


3 2 


Career 


12-2 


65 226 


30 


196 


3.0 


3 2 


Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec. 


Yds. 


Avg. 




rD Lon 


2004 


4-0 


1 


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(-3.0) 




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2005 


8-2 


4 


5 


1.2 







Career 


12-2 


5 


2 


0.4 








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LEMONS 




LEO 

6-2-254' JR.- IV 

TAMPA, FLA. 

(THOMAS JEFFERSON HS) 

On Lemons: Fourth-year junior who saw the most significa 
playing time of his career last season at "LEO" ... a phys 
cal player who is tough against the run and in one-on-on J 
situations. 

2005 (Sophomore): Saw action in all 1 1 games . . . registere&j 
18 tackles, seven of which were unassisted ... (vs. Navy) I 
nothced a career-high eight tackles in his first career start J 
stood up a Navy ball carrier at the line on opening drive of th J 
second half, clearing the way for William Kershaw and other! 
to pile onto the back and force a third and long. 

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

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: Afour-year letterwinner and starter at Thoma 
Jefferson High School in Tampa, Fla. ... recorded 74 tackled 
and seven sacks as a senior . . . posted 80 tackles, 1 1 sack; 
and four fumble recoveries as a junior ... an honorable men 
tion all-state selection in 2002 ... first team All-North Sur^ 
Coast, All-Hillsborough County and All-Western Conference 



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2005 (Sophomore): Played in all 11 games, serving as the 
Terps' first stnnger on short snaps (kicks) ... was part of a 
unit that did not allow a blocked kick. 

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

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 




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ck as a senior ... an all-conference and all-district performer 
5 a junior ... rated as the 18th-best defensive end in the na- 
>n by Rivals.com . . . ranked as the 82nd-best player overall 
the state of Florida by the Orlando Sentinel ... Tampa 
jfferson team went 13-2 in 2002, losing in the state finals 
. school had nine Division I prospects his senior season 
I. high school teammate of current Terp Donnie Woods ... 
ttered three years in basketball ... was also recruited by 
Jichigan State, Notre Dame, South Carolina and Tulane ... 
igh school coach was Mike Simmonds. 

ersonal: Jermaine Lemons was born November 15, 1984 
i. son of Curtis and Wanda Lemons . . . earned a 3.5 grade- 
Dint average in high school ... majoring in family studies. 



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efense G-GS 


CAREER STATU 

UT AT TT/Avq TFL 


•TIC) 

Sacks 
0.0-0 


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Int 


004 


2-0 








0/0.0 


0-0 


0-0 


005 


11-2 


7 


11 


18/1.6 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 


areer 


13-2 


7 


11 


18/1.4 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 



OSMMHI 

McCOLLOUGH 




SORNERBACK 
Ml • 194 • FR.-RS 
1ALTIMORE, MD. 
RANDALLSTOWN HS) 

)n McCullough: Second-year player who will be among a 
andful of comers competing for playing time this season . . . 
/ill start fall working at the boundary spot . . made noticeable 
trides in the spring. 

005 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 



High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at Ran- 
dallstown High School in Randallstown, Md. ... transferred 
from Milford Academy after his freshman season ... 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 200 meters, 400 meters and 
300-meter hurdles ... was also recruited by Penn State, 
Pittsburgh. Purdue and Virginia Tech ... high school coach 
was Albert Howard. 

Personal: Jamari McCollough was born February 6. 1987 
... son of Gregory and Pamela McCollough ... father 
played fullback at Bowie State in the 70s ... is a family 
studies major. 

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McDERMOND 



High School: A three-year letterwinner at River Hill High 
School in Clarksville, Md. ... recorded nine tackles on spe- 
cial teams his senior year ... received the Minds In Motion 
Scholar-Athlete Award in 2000. 2001 and 2002 ... a recipient 
of the Boosters Athletic Scholarship Award for excellence in 
athletics and academics in 2003 ... high school coach was 
Brian Van Deusen. 

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

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LONG SNAPPER 
6-2*251 • JR. -IV 
COLUMBIA, MD. 
(RIVER HILL HS) 

On McDermond: Specialist who earned the duties of field 
goal (short) snaps last year ... performed well in his first 
season on the job ... Terps had no kicks blocked in 2006. 




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DEFENSIVE TACKLE 
6-4 • 312 • JR.- IV 
CHARLOTTE, N.C. 
(INDEPENDENCE HS) 

On Moore: Talented third-year player who finished last sea- 
son as the starter at defensive tackle ... good combination 
of size, speed and agility ... history at Maryland has been 
of slow starts, but very strong play at the end of the year ... 
fast start could mean an honors campaign in '06 . . . originally 
signed as a grayshirt ... at nearly 300 pounds, posted the 
third-highest strength index (a measure of pound-for-pound 
strength) on the team ... an Iron Terp ... 365-pound clean in 
2005 is a school record for defensive linemen. 




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2005 (Sophomore): Played in 10 games, starting the last 
three . . . finished the season with 1 8 tackles (eight solo) and 
one tackle for loss ... (at UNC) ... first career start ... finished 
the day with a pair of tackles ... took down TB Ronnie McGill 
for a loss of five yards, his lone TFL of the season ... (vs. 
VT) ... recorded a season-high six tackles (two solo) ... (vs. 
Navy) ... finished with three tackles, including two solos ... 
stopped RB Matt Hall for no gain to set up fourth down near 
the end of the third period. 

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. 
WFU) ... 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 
VT) ... finished with fourtackles (one solo) ... recorded a QB 
hurry as he put pressure on Bryan Randall from the right side 
and leveled him as he released the ball in the first quarter ... 
(atCU) ... notched his first career sack, taking down Charlie 
Whitehurst for a loss of two yards ... (vs. 67] ... 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: A2003 graduate of Independence High School 
in Charlotte, N.C. . . . played just one year with the varsity ... 
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 1 3-0 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 QB Chris Leak ... was also 
recruited by North Carolina, East Carolina, Wake Forest and 
Duke ... high school coach was Tommy Knotts. 

Personal: Marchondray Moore was born June 9, 1985 ... 
son of Melvin and Lois Moore ... majoring in family studies 
.... first name is pronounced "dray." 



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MOORE'S CAREER STATISTICS 

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


2004 


8-0 


6 


6 


12/1.5 


15-4 


1.0-2 


0-0 


2005 


10-3 


10 


18 


28/2.5 


1.0-5 


0.0-0 


0-0 


Career 


18-3 


14 


16 


40/2.2 


2.5-9 


1.0-2 


0-0 




DEFENSIVE END 
6-3* 263 -SO.- IV 
JOPPATOWNE, MD. 
(JOPPATOWNE HS) 

On Navarre: Young defensive end who earned the starting 
role last season . . . switched from fullback - where he worked 
in the spring of 2005 - to defensive end during fall camp . . . 
has good hands and plays with good leverage ... had an 
outstanding spring ... should be improved after a year at 
the position and in the weightroom ... has added nearly 18 
pounds since arriving at Maryland last spring. 

2005 (Freshman): Played in all 11 games, starting 10 ... 
posted 25 tackles (2.5 for a loss) with one pass breakup . . . 
(at UNC) ... in on a season-high tying five tackles ... (at FSU) 
... had one of the finest games of his freshman campaign 
... finished with three tackles, including two for losses ... 




tackled TB Lorenzo Booker for a five-yard loss in the 1 i 
quarter ... (vs. VT) ... recorded the first TFL of his care 
wrapping up RB Mike Imoh behind the line in the first qua ' 
... (vs. WW) ... registered a career-high five tackles . 
Wavy) ... finished with two tackles in his first career start' 
became the first true freshman to start a season opener 
the Ralph Friedgen era. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at Jq 
patowne High School in Joppatowne, Md. ... gradual 
high school early and enrolled at Maryland ... started 
both fullback and defensive end each of his last three yea 
as a prep ... a very productive player who posted nea. 
300 tackles in his final two seasons ... had 145 tackl 
(110 solo), 11 sacks and fourfumble recoveries to go alo: 
with 15 receptions for 290 yards and three TDs his seni 
year ... posted 14 tackles in the state championship gan 
... had 152 tackles, 11 sacks and six fumble recoveries I 
a junior ... a consensus first team all-state pick as a juni 
and senior ... first team All-Met (Baltimore Sun) both yea 
as well ... named Harford County defensive player of tl 
year as a senior and Baltimore Sun Athlete of the Year ; 
a junior ... a SuperPrep All-American and that publicatior 
No. 2 fullback in the nation ... an All-Atlantic region choii 
by PrepStar ... selected as a National Football Foundatic 
Scholar-Athlete, an award his father also earned in 1981 
team was 1 A state runners up his senior season after goil 
from 4-5 to 8-5 en route to a state championship his juni 
year ... a state champion wrestler who went 88-2 in 
prep career, closing with 71-straight wins before enrolling 
Maryland ... also recruited by Penn State, Boston Collet 
and Virginia ... high school coach was Bill Waibel. 

Personal: Jeremy Navarre was born March 16, 1987 
son of George and Sherri Navarre ... wears a size 15 she 
... father also played football and wrestled at Joppatowrj 
and was the school's first-ever state wrestling champ 
majoring in kinesiology. 



NAVARRE'S 
CAREER STATISTICS 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT/Avg 



TFL Sacks In 



2005 



11-10 7 18 25/2.3 2.5-9 0.0-0 



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OFFENSIVE TACKLE 
6 6 314 JR.-2V 
POTTSTOWN, PA. 
(POTTSTOWN HS) 

On Nixon: Physically-gifted tackle who started last season 
right tackle ... cut down on assignment errors as the seasc 
went on last year, but still needs to improve ... has good fee 
for a player his size . . . will not play in 2006 ... plan is that h 
return for his senior season in 2007. 



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D5 (Sophomore): Started all 11 games at right tackle 

'posted 20 "big blocks" - second most on the team ... 

! s in on a line-high 703 offensive plays ... (at FSU) ... 

d the team's second-highest grade, posting three "big 

*>cks" with no penalties, sacks allowed or missed assign- 

; >nts in 65 plays ... (vs. UVa) ... recorded three pancake 

;cks and had just one penalty with no sacks allowed in 

I offensive plays. 

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04 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in six games with one 

lirt ... posted six "big blocks" while allowing three sacks 

id being called for one penalty in 201 plays... (atCU) ... 

I;t career start ... registered one "big block" ,., (vs. TU) ... 

(ched two "big blocks" in 32 offensive plays. 

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03 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

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gh School: A four-year starter and letterwmner at Pott- 
iwn (Pa.) High School . . . played offensive tackle, defensive 
iikle, nose guard and defensive end ... averaged over 
B pancake blocks a game in '02 ... did not allow a sack 
I junior year ... first team all-league and all-area on both 
tes of the ball ... first team All-Southeast Pennsylvania 
i the Philadelphia Inquirer at offensive tackle as a senior 
1 rated as the 25th-best offensive tackle in the nation by 
'<PN.com s Tom Lemming . . SuperPrep's 1 5th-rated player 
[the in the state of Pennsylvania . . started at tackle as a 
it, 270-pound ninth grader .also competed in track & field 
top marks include a 53-foot mark in the shot put and 1 35 
'it in the discus ... selected Maryland over West Virginia, 
E State, Virginia, Purdue and Penn State ... high school 
ach was Jody Cwik. 

'rsonal: Brandon Nixon was born December 2, 1984 ... 
n of Darryl Nixon and Margo Boekhoudt ... majoring in 
! Tiily studies. 



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FFENSIVE GUARD 
-2 ' 298 * SO.-SQ 

ERMANTOWN, MD. 
NORTHWEST HS) 

i Oliver: An invited walk-on in 2004 who worked at left 
ard last year ... will likely work with the offensive scout 
am. 

05 (Redshirt Freshman): Did not see game action ... 
med offensive scout team Player of the Week for his work 
practice leading up to the Clemson game. 



04 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 



High School: A three-year letterwmner 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 ... also lettered in track and field and wrestling ... 
high school coach was Randy Trivers. 

Personal: Lee Oliver was born February 1 1 , 1 986 . . . parents 
are Sonnie and Jim Oliver ... enrolled in the College of Let- 
ters and Sciences. 

OQUENDO 




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WIDE RECEIVER 
6-0* 188 • SO.- IV 
HACK ENSACK, N.J. 
(HACKENSACK HS) 

On Oquendo: Promising second-year receiver who will get a 
look in the slot . . . played some in the slot as a true freshman 
while seeing time on special teams as well ... a heady player 
who is fast and tough ... will enter fall camp as the team's 
punt returner ... has good hands led the team in special 
teams tackles last year. 

2005 (Freshman): One of four true freshmen to see action in 
all 11 games . . . started the finale against NC State . . . finished 
the season with three receptions for 20 yards ... outstanding 
on special teams, finishing with 10 tackles and two fumble 
recoveries ... fumble recoveries were against West Virginia 
and Boston College ... (vs. NCSU) ... first career start ... 
finished with a season-high two receptions for 10 yards. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at Hack- 
ensack (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 Slar 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 
... 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 recruited 
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 ... enrolled in the 
College of Letters and Sciences . . . last name is pronounced 
"oh-KEN-doh." 



OOUENDO'S 
CAREER STATISTICS 

Receiving G-GS Rec , Yds 



Avg TD Long 



2005 



11-1 



20 



6.7 



10 



PFISTER 





LINEBACKER 
62-217FR-RS 
COLUMBIA MD. 
(MOUNT ST. JOSEPH HS) 

On Pfister: Player in his second year who will likely work with 
the defensive scout team ... walked on in 2005. 

2005 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 






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High School: Lettered three years in football, his most 
recent at Mount St. Joseph High School in Baltimore ... 
spent his first two years at Long Reach HS . . . in nine games 
as a senior, led his team in tackles (93), sacks (5), tackles 
for loss (10) and blocked kicks (5) ... first team all-city ... a 
Baltimore Touchdown Club All-Star and Super 22 selection 
. . . All-MIAA first team . . . also lettered four years in lacrosse 
... high school coach was Mike Working. 

Personal: Steven Pfister Jr. was born June 8, 1987 in Co- 
lumbia, Md. ... son of Steven and Theresa Pfister ... major 
is criminology and criminal justice. 

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LINEBACKER 
6 2- 223 SO IV 
MANCHESTER, N.H. 
(MANCHESTER CENTRAL HS) 

On Philistin: Athletic linebacker who saw significant action 
as a backup in his true freshman season ... will be in the mix 
this year at the "Sam" spot ... got better as the year went 
on last season ... is the team's fastest linebacker ... an Iron 
Terp with the seventh-highest strength index on the team . . . 
posted a 40 '/2-inch vertical jump in spring testing. 

2005 (Freshman): Played in 10 of 11 games ... lone game 
he did not play was the season-opener ... finished fourth 
on the team among true freshmen in tackles, notching 
seven (five solo) ... also had 0.5 tackles for loss and a QB 
hurry ... (atNCSU) ... finished with a season-high tying two 
tackles (one solo) and shared his his first career TFL ... 
(at UNC) ... recorded a pair of solo tackles ... (vs. VT) ... 
finished the day with one tackle and the first quarterback 
hurry of his career. 

High School: Afour-year letterwinner and three-year starter 
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 
returned for a TD) and one fumble recovery ... also rushed 
for 1,002 yards and 13 touchdowns, averaging 8.5 yards 
per carry ... had 27 career sacks ... a three-time 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 Lemming ... a PrepStar Ail-American ... 
an All-New England pick by SuperPrep (third-rated player in 
the region) ... team won state championships all four years he 
played including a 1 3-0 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 born September 24, 1986 ... 
son of Liz Murphy . . . brother, Jacques, was an All-American 
nose tackle at Norfolk State ... enrolled in the College of 
Letters and Sciences. 

PHILISTIN'S 
CAREER STATISTICS 



Defense 


G-GS UT AT TT/Avg 


TFL Sacks 


Int. 


2005 


10-0 5 2 7/0.7 


0.5-0 0.0-0 






PODLESH 




PUNTER 

6-0 • 205 • SR.-3V 

PITTSFORD, N.Y. 

(PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND HS) 

On Podlesh: Two-time Ray Guy Award semifinalist now in 
his final 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 ... has not had a punt blocked in his tit 
years on the job ... has three of the top seven punting ai 
age seasons in Maryland history . . . second all-time in sen 
history for punting average ... an Iron Terp with impress 
strength and speed numbers ... set the school record f 
punter in the spring with a 325-pound clean and a 4.44 ti 
in the 40-yard dash in spring testing. 

2005 (Junior): Started all 11 games at punter ... secc; 
team AII-ACC behind Ray Guy Award winner Ryan Pla 
emeierof Wake Forest ... an Academic AII-ACC selectior 
ranked second in the ACC and 13th in the nation in punt 
average at 43.6 yards per punt ... (at UNC) ... averaged 4 
yards on four punts ... downed three inside the 20-yard line 
(at FSU) ... averaged 43 yards on four punts ... had first p 
of the game downed at the two-yard line ... long boot of 
day was 57 yards ... (vs. VT) ... averaged 43.6 yards on f 
punts ... deadened a 54-yard punt at the Hokie one-yard I 
late in the third quarter ... (vs. UVa) ... averaged 49.5 ya 
on two punts ... first punt of the game went 52 yards to 
Cavalier 13-yard line ... (at WFU) ... in the battle betwe 
the ACC's top two punters (Podlesh and Ryan Plackemeii 
Podlesh came out on top with an average of 49.7 ya; 
on six punts ... pinned the Deacons inside the 20 witl 
49-yard punt in the first quarter ... had his punt downec 
the two-yard line by Josh Wilson ... booted a 60-yardei 
the fourth quarter, his longest of the day ... had an amaz 
47.7-yard net average on the day ... earned ACC Specia 
of the Week honors ... (vs. CU) ... averaged 47.3 yards; 
three punts ... booted a 59-yard punt in the fourth quan 
leaving Clemson to start at their own 14 after a short reti 
... (vs. Navy) ... averaged 49.5 yards on two punts, his b 
being a season-long 61-yarder. 

2004 (Sophomore): Started all 11 games at punter . 
second team AII-ACC pick ... a Ray Guy Award semifma 
... seventh in the nation with a net punting average of o { 
... second in the ACC and 10th nationally with an avera 
of 43.8 yards per punt ... dropped 33 percent (21-of-63) 
his punts inside the opponents' 20-yard line ... (at VTi 
averaged 43.3 yards on six punts with two downed insi 
the Hokies' 20-yard line and one within their 10-yard line 
had a 46-yard punt downed at Virginia Tech's 16-yard 
in the second quarter ... longest punt of the night (47 yar 
downed at the Hokies' nine-yard line in the fourth quarter 
(vs. FSU) ... punted eight times and averaged 45.0 yai 
per punt ... downed punts of 52, 44 and 37 yards inside I 
Florida State 20 ... (at CU) ... punted seven times and av 
aged 40.6 yards per punt ... downed three kicks inside I 
Clemson 20, including a 45-yard punt downed on the Tige 
seven-yard line in the first quarter ... downed punts of 30 a 
31 yards inside the Clemson 15 in the fourth quarter ... | 
NCSU) ... averaged 45.2 yards on 11 punts with two pui 
downed inside the Wolfpack's 10-yard line ... had a care 
long 70-yard punt in the second quarter that was down 
on NC State's five-yard line ... 51-yard punt at the end 
the third quarter was downed on the Wolfpack's seven-y, 
line ... (vs. GT) ... named ACC Special Teams Player of t 
Week ... had an outstanding game, averaging 49.8 yards 
nine punts with one punt downed within the Georgia Td 
10-yard line ... had a season-long 59-yard punt in the fi 
quarter ... had a 39-yard punt downed on the Yellow Jacl 
nine-yard line in the second quarter ... (at WVU) ... averag 
46.5 yards on two punts ... had his first punt of the gar 
downed on West Virginia's nine-yard line ... punt was al 



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f longest of the day (49 yards) ... (vs. NIU) ... averaged 
i 7 yards on three punts ... first punt of the game went for 
■yards and pinned Northern Illinois at their 15-yard line ... 
4 a net average of 50 yards for the game. 



03 (Redshirt Freshman): Starting punter for all 13 
nes ... a second team AII-ACC selection ... a Ray Guy 

ard semifinalist ... finished the regular season second 
'he ACC with a 42.3-yard average per punt, which was 

fifth-best single-season mark in school history and best 
j:r by a freshman ... (at WFU) ... averaged 37.8 yards on 
iir punts with two downed within the 20-yard line ... had 
s punt downed within the 10-yard line ... (at NCSU) ... 
eraged 46 yards on five punts ... had one downed inside 
| State's 20-yard line ... longest punt of the night went for 
| yards in the first quarter ... (vs. UNC) ... averaged 38.5 
■ds on his two punts of the game ... had one downed on 
:rth 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 ... (at NIU) ... was outstanding in his 
first game at the collegiate level, averaging 45.4 yards on 




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adam 
PODLESH 



his eight punts ... had four downed inside the 20-yard line 
and one inside the 1 . . . 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 letterwinner and 2002 graduate 
of Pittsford Sutherland High School (near Rochester, N.Y.) . . . 
punted and also played 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 
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle and first team All-Monroe 
County ... posted the fastest 200- (21.58) and 400-meter 
times (50.5) in the state asa junior . ran the third leg of the 
state title-winning 4x1 00 relay team in 2000 . . . also recruited 
by Penn State, Syracuse, Michigan State, Wisconsin and 
Stanford ... high school coach was Scott Barker. 



Personal: Adam Podlesh was born August 11 . 1983 . 
of Jack and Jean Podlesh ... is a marketing major . 
name is pronounced "PAHD-lesh." 



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PODLESH'S 
CAREER STATISTICS 

Punting G-GS Punts Yds Avg 


I20 


110 


LP 


2003 13-13 53 2,241 42.3 


22 


9 


63 


2004 11-11 63 2,755 43.7 


21 


9 


70 


2005 11-11 44 1,918 43.6 


17 


i 


61 


Career 35-35 160 6,914 43.2 


60 


26 


70 



PORTIS 



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QUARTERBACK 
6-3, 200, SO.-TR 
WOODLAND HILLS, CALIF. 
(WM. HOWARD TAFT HS/ 
FLORIDA) 

On Portis: Transfer from the University of Florida who should 
be a factor at quarterback in 2007 ... will sit out 2006 due 
to NCAA transfer rules ... one of the first players in Ralph 
Fnedgen's five-plus years to bring the run-pass skills that 
seem to best fit the Fnedgen offense ... an excellent runner 
with a live arm ... set school record for 40-yard dash time 
for quarterbacks in spnng testing. 





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2005 (Freshman @ UF): Saw action in six of Florida's 
11 games ... decided to transfer prior to the Gators' trip 
to the Outback Bowl ... was 6-of-11 for 81 yards with no 
touchdowns and one interception ... was also the team's 
fourth-leading rusher heading into the bowl game with 24 
carries for 163 yards (5.6 avg.) ... led the Gators in rushing 
twice (at Kentucky and vs. Wyoming) ... top passing day was 
a 3-for-5 performance for 45 yards against Mississippi State 
... season-high rushing day saw him carry the ball eight times 
for 59 yards at Kentucky . . . career-high 29-yard carry to the 
one-yard line set up a DeShawn Wynn touchdown. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner at William Howard 
Taft High School in Woodland Hills, Calif. . . . threw for 2,294 
yards and 36 touchdowns with only seven interceptions ... 
he also ran for 865 yards with 1 3 rushing TDs . . . as a junior, 
he threw for 1 ,881 yards with 21 touchdowns while rushing 
for 245 yards and three touchdowns ... an all-state selection 
as a senior ... was also league Offensive Player of the Year 
and first team all-city in Los Angeles ... rated the fifth-best 
dual threat quarterback in the country by Scout.com . . . high 
school coach was Troy Starr. 

Personal: Josh Portis was born July 14, 1987 ... son of 
Patricia Portis ... cousin is Washington Redskins running 
back Clinton Portis ... enrolled in the College of Letters 
and Sciences. 



PORTIS' CAREER STATISTICS 

Passinq G-GS Att Comp Int Yds Pet TD 


LP 


2005 (@ UF) 6-0 6 11 1 81 .545 


28 


Rushing G-GS Att Net Avq TD 


LP 


2005 (# UF) 6-0 24 163 6.8 


30 


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WIDE RECEIVER 
5-11 • 187SR.-1V 
ANNAPOLIS, MD. 
(ANNAPOLIS HS) 

On Powell: Senior slot receiver who has been an integral 
part of the Terps' kick coverage teams ... walked-on in 
2002 ... has good quickness and reliable hands ... an Iron 
Terp with the sixth-highest strength index on the team ... 
posted a 525-pound squat in spring testing, highest among 



2005 (Junior): Played in all 11 games, seeing action primar- 
ily on special teams ... recorded seven tackles (four solo) 
... was in on a career-high two stops against Clemson and 
posted special teams tackles against Navy, Wake Forest, 
Temple, Boston College and NC State. 




2004 (Redshirt Sophomore): Played in one game ... did not 
record any statistics ... named offensive scout team Player 
of the Week for his work in practice in the week leading up 
to the Clemson game. 

2003 (Sophomore): Redshirt season. 

High School: A one-year letterwinner at Annapolis High 
School in Annapolis, Md. ... transferred to Annapolis after 
spending two years as a prep in Canada, playing football, 
rugby and volleyball ... played tight end and linebacker in 
high school ... lettered in wrestling at AHS as well ... high 
school coach was Roy Brown. 

Personal: Gregory Powell was born March 19, 1984 in 
Annapolis ... son of Dawn and Dean Powell ... uncle, Alan 
Pastrana, played football for Maryland in the late '60s and 
later for the Denver Broncos .... cousin is professional mo- 
tocross rider and X Games gold medalist, Travis Pastrana 
... a kinesiology major ... lists bull riding and triathlons as 
activities in which he has participated. 



RANDOLPH 




OFFENSIVE TACKLE 
6-5 • 285 ♦ SO.- IV 
COLUMBIA, MD. 
(WILDE LAKE HS) 

On Randolph: Sophomore who made the switch frc 
defense to offense before last season and performed » 
enough to see the field in his first year at tackle ... has 
on 41 pounds since arriving at Mvaryland . . . moves very J 
... had an outstanding spring ... an Iron Terp for the secc 
straight year ... has the 10th-highest strength index on | 
team and second-highest among offensive linemen. 

2005 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in four games 
had two "big blocks" and allowed two sacks in 56 playsi 
was not called for any penalties ... highest grade of 
season came in limited action against Clemson, but b 
effort was in his play at Temple ... spelled Brandon Nil 
in the NC State game. 

2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A two-year letterwinner and starter at \ 
Lake High School in Columbia, Md. . . . attended Sandalwc 
High School in Jacksonville, Fla., as a sophomore ... prim 




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layed defensive end but also started at offensive guard 

senior .... finished his career at WLHS with 1 57 tackles 

14 sacks in his two seasons ... recorded 85 tackles, 10 

js, eight sacks and batted down five passes as a senior 

SuperPrep All-American and Mid-Atlantic region pick ... 

■epSfar All-American ... a second team All-Met selection 

. le Baltimore Sun as a senior ... all-county as a junior and 

tar ... also competed in track three years and basketball 

... an early commit who also considered Penn State and 

inia ... high school coach was Douglass DuVall. 
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sonal: Dane Randolph was born September 4, 1986 ... 
of Angela Randolph and Kevin Coley ... enrolled in the 
ege of Letters and Sciences ... mother is an officer in 
Navy stationed at Fort Meade ... has lived in Maryland, 
ida, West Virginia, Canada and Portugal due to military 
kground ... carried over a 3.2 GPA in high school. 




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tEDDICK 





IFETY 

1 • 199- JR.-RS 
\IM DIEGO, CALIF. 
IORSE HS/NAVY) 

Reddick: Player in his second year who will compete 
strong safety this season ... sat out last season after 
isferring from Navy ... a hard-working player ... saw 
tificant action in his first two years at the Naval Academy 
ilayed comer for the Midshipmen ... runs well and is an 
eptional leaper (40-inch vertical jump) . . . showed a nose 
the ball in the spring. 

5 (Redshirt Sophomore): Sat out due to NCAA transfer 



4 (Sophomore @ Navy): Played in all 12 games, start- 
the last 10 at comerback ... recorded 52 tackles, had 
« PBUs. blocked an extra point and led the team with 
* interceptions ... (vs. UNM) ... posted eight tackles 
irsolo) in the Emerald Bowl ... (vs. Army) ... had five 
■des, broke up a pass and blocked an extra point ... 
Air Force) ... posted a career-high seven tackles and 
rcepted two passes. 

I (Freshman @ Navy): Played the final six games of the 
son ... missed the first seven after suffering an injury in 
camp ... played pnmanly on special teams. 

h School: A three-year letterwinner at Morse High School 
>an Diego. Calif. . . . played defensive and strong safety ... 
m captain his senior year and most valuable player as a 
or and senior . . . also lettered four years in basketball and 
ie years in track ... defensive player of the year as a junior 
his basketball team ... was also recruited by Colorado 
ite ... high school coach was John Shacklett. 



Personal: Hunter Reddick was born June 5, 1984 in San 
Diego ... son of Ton! Reddick . . . major is mathematics. 

REDDICK'S CAREER STATISTICS 



Defense G-GS UT 


AT TT/Avg 


TFL 


Sacks 


Int. 


2003 (@ Navy) 6-0 


0/0.0 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 


2004 (@ Navy) 12-10 29 


23 52/4 I 


0-0 


0-0 


3-8 


2005 


Did not play 








Career 18-10 29 


23 52/2.9 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 


3-8 



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ROBERTS 




PLACEKICKER 
6-1 • 194- JR. IV 
FALLSTON, MD. 
(JOHN CARROLL HS/ 
KINGS COLLEGE) 

On Roberts: First-year kicker with a big leg ... handled 
kickoff duties last year and will compete for that job again 
this season ... did not play in 2004 . . . posted the best squat 
among placekickers (490). 

2005 (Sophomore): Played in all 11 games ... handled 
kickoff duties ... posted 11 touchbacks in 59 kickoffs ... 
kicked just one ball out of bounds. 

2003 (Freshman @ K.C.): Spent one season at Kings Col- 
lege 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 letterwinner 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: Christopher Roberts was bom January 21, 1985 
... parents are Jeanne and John Roberts ... majoring in 
chemistry. 



SAVAGE 




2004 


6-0 


4 





4/0.7 


1.0-2 


1.0-2 


0-0 


2005 


11-1 


4 


5 


9/0.8 


1.0-2 


■ :-i 


0-0 


Career 


17-1 


8 


5 


13/0.8 


2.0-4 


2.0-4 


0-0 






DEFENSIVE END 
6-5 • 284 • JR.-2V 
PISCATAWAY. N.J. 
(PISCATAWAY HS) 

On Savage: Fourth-year junior who saw his most significant 
action last season ... has long arms and good size ,., has 
improved on playing with his pads lower, something he 
struggled with when he first arrived at Maryland ... has 
shown the ability to get upfield. 

2005 (Sophomore): Played in all 11 games, starting the 
season finale against NC State ... finished the season with 
nine tackles (four solo), a sack , a tackle for loss and one 
fumble recovery ... (af NCSU) ... lone start of the season 
produced his finest effort . . . finished with a career-high four 
tackles and a sack . . . third quarter, two-yard sack of Marcus 
Stone produced an intentional grounding call. 

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 ... posted 147 career 
tackles ... had 57 tackles, 30 tackles for a 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 criminology 
and criminal justice. 

SAVAGE'S CAREER STATISTICS 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT/Avg TFL Sacks Int 




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SCHMITT 




LONG SNAPPER 
6-0 * 230 * SO.-1V 
DERRY, PA. 
(DERRY AREA) 

On Schmitt: Third-year player who took over long snapping 
duties last season . . . Terps continued their streak of seasons 
without a punt blocked, the second-longest in the nation 
(none since 1 999) . . . recorded a 525-pound squat in spring 
. . . does a good job of getting down field in punt coverage. 

2005 (Redshirt Freshman): Served as long snapper in all 
11 games ... did not have a punt blocked or an errant snap 
... finished the season with three tackles (one unassisted) 
and a forced fumble. 

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 letterwinner on the basketball 
and volleyball teams ... a first team all-section and second 
team all-district setter in volleyball ... high school coach 
was Jim Paul. 

Personal: Andrew Schmitt was bom June 2, 1 985 . . . parents 
are Tina and Ed Schmitt ... brother, Kyle, played center for 
the Terps from 2000-04 and is currently with the Arizona 
Cardinals ... nickname is "Duey" ... majoring in geography 
and GIS cartography. 

SCHMITT S 

CAREER STATISTICS 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT/Avg TFL Sacks Int 



2005 



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



SCHULTZ 




LINEBACKER 
6-1 • 234 • FR.-RS 
GRETNA, LA. 
(DELASALLE HS/TOWSON) 

On Schultz: Linebacker who joined the Terps in spring 
of 2006 after redshirting his first year at Towson (Md.) 
University ... 365-pound bench tied for highest among 
inside linebackers. 

2005 (Freshman @ Towson): Redshirt season. 

High School: A four-year letterwinner at DeLaSalle High 
School in New Orleans, La. . . . recorded 78 tackles, 1 1 TFLs, 
six sacks on defense while registering 44 pancake blocks 
and five receptions for 158 yards on offense his senior year 
... played every position other than quarterback, defensive 
back, kicker and punter his senior year ... an All-Metro, all- 
region, All-Elite (Catholic Schools) selection ... also lettered 
three years in basketball and one in rugby ... high school 
coach was Richard Walker. 

Personal: Alex Schultz was born February 7, 1986 in Hot 
Springs, Ark. . . . son of Dr. Melvin Schultz ... is one of seven 
children (has three brothers, three sisters) ... father played 
football at Harvard from 1964-67 ... majoring in physiology 
and neurobiology. 



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QUARTERBACK 
6-0, 172, SO.-RS 
BROOKVILLE, MD. 
(SHERWOOD HS/ 
WEST VIRGINIA) 

On Sheahin: Signal caller in his second year at Maryland 
after transferring from West Virginia prior to the 2005 season 
... eligible to play this year after sitting out last season ... 
a right-handed clone of fellow WVU transfer Scott McBrien 
in that he is quick and has a live arm, and did not experi- 
ence playing time in Morgantown as McBrien had before 
transferring ... recorded a 36 1/2-inch vertical jump in 
spring testing. 



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2005 (Redshirt Freshman): Sat out due to NCAAtrai 
rules ... worked with the scout team offense ... namecij 
tensive scout team Player of the Week for his work lea] 
up to the Temple game. 

2004 (Freshman @ WVU): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner at Sherwood h 
School in Sandy Spring, Md. . . . passed for over 1 ,200 y; 
his senior year ... an honorable mention All-Met pick by 
Washington Post ... also an all-county and all-league , 
. . . selected to play in the East-West All-Star game his se 
year ... team was 10-2 and 4A state runner-up in 200; 
high school coach was Tom Crowell. 

Personal: Robert Sheahin Jr. was bom May 1 0, 1 985 . 
of Bob and Linda Sheahin ... majoring in communicati 
... brother, Chris, spent one year on Navy's football tear 
lists his parents as the people he most admires. 

WMJUMML 




WIDE RECEIVER 
6-2 • 205 • FR.-RS 
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. 
(BOCA CIEGA HS) 

On Skinner: One of a number of receivers who shov 
promise in their first year with the Terps ... will get a | 
this season ... a high school quarterback who has the bi 
speed and quickness to make an impact ... hard worke 
has a long wingspan (6'-9") ... has a 36-inch vertical jui 

2005 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... Defensive Sc 
Team Player of the Year . . . named scout team Player of 
Week for his work in practice leading up to the West Virg 
and North Carolina games. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at Bi 
Ciega High School in Gulf Port, Fla. . . . played quarterbc 
cornerback and linebacker in his three years ... in the Bog 
run-oriented offense, he rushed for 917 yards on 97 carl 
with 13 touchdowns ... was 32-of-61 for 382 yards pas: 
with six touchdowns ... rushed for 200 yards in his team's I 
playoff win ... also returned an interception and a punt ft 
touchdown in 2004 ... named Pinellas County Player of 
Year by the St. Petersburg Times ... team captain who \ 
All-Sun Coast, all-conference and a Pinellas County all 
... was his team's defensive player of the year as an out: 
linebacker his sophomore season ... an All-Southeast reg 
selection by PrepStar... team won its district his senior v 
... also a two-year letterwinner in basketball ... was i 
recruited by UCF, Ole Miss, Iowa State, Michigan State I 
Georgia Tech ... high school coach was Jean Gordon. 



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>.;onal: Terrell Skinner Jr. was born February 24, 1987 
.on of Yvonne and Terrell Skinner ... father is a police 
;ctive ... majoring in pre-physical therapy. 

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TEFFY 





JARTERBACK 

1 -214S0.1V 
OLA, PA. 
ONESTOGA VALLEY HS) 

Steffy: Redshirt sophomore who will look to compete for 
starting job this season ... an intelligent, athletic quar- 
•ack ... has a strong arm and throws a nice ball ... has 
d feet ... showed in the spring that the redshirt season 
, helped him both physically and mentally ... recorded 
:hool record for quarterbacks with a 355-pound bench 
'>s in spnng testing. 

5 (Sophomore): Redshirt season. 

4 (Freshman): Played in six games ... completed 12 

2 passes for 132 yards ... (at UVa) ... came in late in 
fourth quarter, completing 2 of 6 passes for 48 yards ... 
nected with Vernon Davis across the middle for a 43-yard 
ipletion, the longest of his career ... (vs. GT) ... came in 
ng the third quarter and completed 5 of 9 passing at- 
pts for 38 yards ... hit Steve Suter along the nght sideline 
a 3rd-and-8 for 13 yards and a first down in the third 
rter ... connected with Davis for a 1 3-yard completion on a 
'-action pass in the fourth quarter, leading the Terps down 
field where they scored their only touchdown of the game 
fs. TU)... made his debut at the collegiate level, entering 
game late in the third quarter ... rushed for three yards 
wo cames and attempted three passes ... scrambled to 
; up 14 yards on a run in the fourth quarter. 

h School: A four-year letterwinner and starter at Cones- 
) Valley High School in Lancaster. Pa. ... took over the 
ting job midway through his freshman year ... was 397- 
554 (60.7%) for 5.587 yards with 51 touchdowns and 25 
rceptions for his career ... last two seasons were his best 
ie completed 283 of 447 passes for 3.781 yards and 34 
iwith only 13 interceptions ... rushed for 929 yards and 
ouchdowns in his career ... a SuperPrep All-American 
all-Northeast region selection ... an all-region pick by 
pSfar ... first team all-section as a junior and second 
n as a senior ... named his section's Offensive Back of 
Year as a junior ... also honorable mention all-state as 
Jnior ... led his school to the District III championship 
ie after taking over as the starting QB midway through 
reshman season ... a four-year letterwinner in basketball 
JSt 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 Shan Steffy-Long and Arnie Long ... an excellent 
bowler (best game is a 243), his grandmother owns the 
local lanes ... volunteered in his free time with the Special 
Olympics as a prep ... enrolled in the College of Letters 
and Sciences. 



STEFFY S CAREER STATISTICS 

Passing G-GS Att ComD Int Yds Pet TD LP 


2004 


6-0 


3? 


12 1 132 


376 43 


2005 






Redshirt season 




Career 


6-0 


32 


12 1 132 


.375 43 


Rushing 


G-GS 




Att Net Avg 


TD LP 


2004 


6-0 




24 (-31) (-1.3) 


14 


2005 






Redshirt wason 




Career 


6-0 




24 (-31) (-1.3) 


14 



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TAYLOR 








CORNERBACK 
5-10* 194 • SO.- IV 
CENTREVILLE. VA. 
(CENTREVILLE HS) 

On Taylor: Third-year cornerback who saw marked improve- 
ment last season ... athletic player who could compete for 
playing time this season ... played mostly on special teams 
last year ... an Iron Terp the last two years ... ran sprints 
(60 meters) for the Terp track team in the spring of 2006 ... 
posted a 3714-inch vertical jump in the spring. 

2005 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in seven games, includ- 
ing each of the last four ... made one assisted tackle ...(at 
NCSU) . . . recorded first career tackle. 



2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season 
work due to a shoulder injury. 



did not get much 



High School: A three-year letterwinner and two-year starter 
at Centreville (Va.) High School ... played tailback, comer- 
back 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-distnct 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 ... lettered three years in 
basketball ... was also recruited by Georgia Tech and Boston 
College ... high school coach was Mike Skinner. 

Personal: Richard Taylor was bom November 5, 1985 ... 
son of Curtis and Abigail Taylor ... brothers played football 
at Purdue (Curtis) and South Carolina State (Steve) ...is a 
communication major. 

TAYLOR'S CAREER STATISTICS 

Defe nse G-GS UT AT TDAvg TFL Sacks Int 



2005 



7-0 1 1/0.1 0.0-0 0.0-0 (H) 





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TERRAPIN PROFILES • 99 





THOMAS 







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OFFENSIVE GUARD 
6 4-328SO. IV 
HARRISBURG, PA 
(BISHOP MCDEVITT HS) 

On Thomas: Offensive guard who will be fighting for playing 
time and possibly a starting spot this year ... very physical, 
athletic player ... has a 78-inch wingspan ... recorded the 
second-best squat (655 pounds) among offensive linemen 
in spring testing last year ... did not test in 2006. 

2005 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in all 1 1 games, starting 
one . . . posted three "big blocks" and allowed one sack in 1 62 
total plays ... (at NCSU) ... team's highest-graded lineman 
... (at TV) ... earned first career start. 

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: Athree-year letterwinner 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 born August 22, 1986 ... 
son of Jerome and Charley Thomas ... member of the 
National Honor Society ... carried over a 3.7 grade-point 
average in high school ... brothers Jonathan and Joseph 
both attend Maryland ... enrolled in the College of Letters 
and Sciences. 



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TURNER 




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OUARTERBACK 
6-3 217FR.-RS 
WEST HILLS, CALIF. 
(CHAMINADE HS) 

On Turner: Redshirt freshman who will be counted on to 
provide depth in 2006 ... showed improvement throughout 
his first year in his accuracy and knowledge of the offense. 

2005 (Freshman): Redshirt season ... named offensive 
scout team Player of the Week for his work in practice leading 
up to the Wake Forest game. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at 
Chaminade High School in West Hills, Calif. ... a drop-back 
passer in a pass-oriented offense ... was 139-of-265 for 
2,047 yards with 16 touchdowns and 11 interceptions as a 
senior ... best season was his junior year when he passed for 
nearly 3,400 yards and 30 touchdowns with 10 interceptions 
... had two 400-yard passing days as a junior ... second team 
All-CIF (California Interscholastic Federation) as a senior 
... an All-Mission league selection as a junior and senior 
... named a "Far West" all-region pick by SuperPrep ... an 
all-region selection by PrepStar ... 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: Christopher Turner was born September 8, 1 987 
... son of John and Grace Turner ... an avid scuba diver ... 
father was the original drummer in the band RATT ... majoring 
in government and politics. 



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FREE SAFETY 
5-11 *196* JR.-2V 
BALTIMORE, MD. 
(RANDALLSTOWN HS) 

On Varner: One of two returning starters in the defensive 
backfield ... a heady, instinctive player who has dramati- 
cally improved his speed and strength since his arrival at 
Maryland ... a big hitter ... has added 16 pounds since the 



start of 2004 ... an Iron Terp ... posted a 37 1 / 2 -inch veij 
jump and 545-pound squat in the spring. 

2005 (Sophomore): Played in all 11 games, starting ' 
finished the season with 36 tackles (18 solo), a TFL. I 
pass breakups, one forced fumble and a team-high t 
interceptions ... (at UNC) ... recovered a North Cart 
fumble late in the game, halting the Tar Heels on a potq 
game-winning scoring drive ... (atFSU) ... recorded a ca( 
high nine tackles ... (vs. VT) ... recorded five tackles! 
interception and a pass breakup ... intercepted Marcus 
near midfield late in the third quarter ... (at TU) ... finis 
with a tackle and an interception ... picked off a pass thr 
by WR Michael Loveland in the third quarter ... (af WFi 
started and recorded two solo tackles ... went up high i 
air to knock down a pass which would have gained a 
down in the fourth quarter ... (vs. WVU) ... recorded 
tackles ... had a pass break up on a deep Adam Bedr 
ball late in third quarter to force 3rd-and-8 ... (vs. Nav\ 
made four tackles despite spraining his elbow in the first 
... interception at the end of the game was the first q 
career and clinched the victory for Maryland. 

2004 (Freshman): Saw action in all 11 games ... j 
All-Freshman by The Sporting News ... played primari 
nickel and dime situations ... was one of two true freshi 
to have played in every game ... posted 17 tackles (13 s 
and two pass breakups ... (vs. FSU) ... had one tackle ai 




christian i 
RMEF 



100 • TERRAPIN PROFILES 



27SP( 



1 ... tipped away a third-down pass to force a 45-yard field 
attempt, which was no good, late in the fourth quarter ... 
would have found an open Chauncy Stovall in the end 
'if it hadn't been tipped away ... (at CU) ... recorded a 
sr-high six tackles (five solo) ... (vs.TU) ... notched two 
ackles . . . (vs. NIU) ... made his collegiate debut, making 
-olo tackle and recording a PBU. 

School: A four-year letterwinner and three-year 
.•rat Randallstown (Md.) High School ... saw action at 
jrback, quarterback, wide receiver, safety and tailback 
■; career ... recorded seven interceptions - returning 
Dr touchdowns - as a senior ... set the school record 
'terceptions in a game with four against Perry Hall ... 
caught 41 passes for 635 yards and six touchdowns 
. passing for over 500 yards and three TDs ... had his 
■year at QB as a junior, passing for 1,200 yards and 
Os while running for more than 1,300 yards and 10 
idowns ... also notched three interceptions from his 
safety position as a junior ... a SuperPrep All-American 
Mid-Atlantic all-region selection ... named first team 
ate by the Associated Press ... first team All-Met by 
Baltimore Sun ... was all-city and all-county as a junior 
senior ... also a four-year letterwinner in baseball and 
-year letterwinner in basketball ... was also recruited by 
nia Tech, Virginia and Ohio State . . . high school coach 
Mbert Howard. 

onal: Christian Varner was born November 20, 1985 
in of Donna Varner ... is a communication major ... 
lamed "Bam Bam" by his mother when he was in sixth 
5 for being a small player who made big hits on the 
all field. 

RIMER S CAREER STATISTICS 

lse G-GS UT AT TT/Avg TFL Sacks Int 





11-0 


13 - 


17/1.5 


0.0-0 


0-0 


0-0 




11-10 


18 18 


36/3.3 


1.0-1 
1.0-1 


0-0 
0.0-0 


3-0 


:r 


22-10 


31 22 


53/2.4 


3-0 



/EATHERLY 




IDE RECEIVER 
l*216*SR.-3V 
ORGETOWN, DEL. 
JSSEX CENTRAL HS) 

Veatherly: Senior receiver who has the most expenence 
iy returnee at the position ... the leading returning wide 
ver, trailing only RB Lance Ball in overall receptions ... 
good size and is a good possession receiver ... at 6-3. 
very good speed and showed the ability to get down- 
in the spnng, something he had not done as much in 
ious seasons. 





2005 (Junior): Played in nine games, starting two ... finished 
the season sixth on the team in receiving with 1 catches for 
83 yards and a touchdown ... (vs. CU) ... earned first start of 
his career at wide receiver ... had two receptions for 28 yards 
... (vs. Navy) ... set new career-highs for receptions (four) 
and yards (36) ... caught the game-winning touchdown pass 
with 1:01 to go, an 11-yard strike from Sam Hollenbach in 
the back of the end zone between two defenders ... caught 
back-to-back balls, both for first downs, to keep Maryland's 
final first-half sconng drive alive. 

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 
... (at Duke) ... caught two passes for 22 yards ... caught a 
Statham pass near the left sideline for a 10-yard gam 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 letterwinner and starter at Sussex 
Central High School in Georgetown, Del. ... had 24 recep- 
tions for 4 1 5 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 for touchdowns 
as a junior as well ... named the Gatorade state Player of 
the Year as a senior ... second team all-state as a senior 
and first team as a junior ... first team all-conference both 
seasons . . . ranked a top 50 player at his position by Rivals, 
com . . . 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 bom Apnl 28, 1 984 ... son 
of Andrew Brown and Margarette Weatherly ... majoring in 
family studies. 

WEATHERLY'S 
CAREER STATISTICS 



Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds. 


Avg. 


TD Long 


2003 


4-0 








0.0 


- 


2004 


8-0 


9 


103 


11.4 


18 


2005 


9-2 


10 


83 


9.4 


1 15 


Career 


21-2 


19 


186 


10.5 


1 18 



warns 
WILLIAMS 



CENTER 

6 2 -318 SO. IV 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 
(DEMATHA HS) 

On Williams: The favorite to take over the starting center 
spot vacated by Ryan McDonald ... has impressed coaches 
with his strength and work ethic ... moves very well ... will 
be effective if he can cut down on assignment errors ... fell 
four points shy of Iron Terp status this year. 

2005 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in each of the season's 
final 10 games ... played a total of 145 plays, recording two 
"big blocks" while allowing one sack ...fat TU) ... was in on 
46 plays and did not allow a sack or commit a penalty ... 
had no missed assignments ... (vs. UVa) ... was in on 26 
plays and did not allow a sack ... faf WFU) ... credited with 
three "big blocks' while not allowing a sack ... (vs. WVU) ... 
played 25 plays at center and did not allow a sack ... (vs. 
CU) ... made college debut, splitting time at center with 
Ryan McDonald. 





TERRAPIN PROFILES • 101 




edwin 
WILLIAMS 



2004 (Freshman): Redshirt season . . . offensive scout team 
Player 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 
prior 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 Washington Post and the 
Pigskin Club as a senior ... also earned first team All-WCAC, 
all-county and All-Gazette honors in 2003 ... named a Mid- 
Atlantic all-region pick by SuperPrep ... also an all-region 
selection by PrepStar... DeMatha finished '03 as the state's 
No. 1 team and the 14th-ranked team in the nation by USA 
Today... was in the basketball program two years ... an early 
commit who was also recruited by Pittsburgh and Virginia 
Tech ... high school coach was Bill McGregor. 

Personal: Edwin Williams was born December 10, 1986 ... 
son of Edwin and Cheron Williams . . . enrolled in the College 
of Letters and Sciences. 



On Williams: Second-year receiver who has all the tools to 
be a standout ... has good size and blazing speed . . . needs 
to continue to learn the offensive system ... one of several 
young receivers who will be asked to step up this season. 

2005 (Freshman): Saw action in four games ... caught 
one pass for four yards ... (at TU) ... recorded first career 
reception, a four-yard catch from Joel Statham in the fourth 
quarter ... (vs. CUj ... made collegiate debut at wide receiver 
but did not record any statistics. 

High School: A two-year letterwinner and starter at Bergen 
Catholic High School in Oradell, N.J. ... 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 
... learn lost its first two games before running the table for a 
10-2 record and the Group 4 state championship his senior 
year ... a three-year letterwinner 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 ... is a communication major ... 
father played football at Rutgers and brother, Ira Jr., played 
at Wake Forest from 1998-2001 ... sister, Tahirah, is a guard 
on the UConn basketball team. 

I. WILLIAMS' 
CAREER STATISTICS 



Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec. 


Yds. 


Avg. 


TD Long 


2005 


4-0 


1 


4 


4.0 


4 



CORNERRACK 
5-9*1 87 SR.-3U 
UPPER MARLRORO, MD. 
(DEMATHA HS) 

On Wilson: Honors candidate who is one of the most a 
plete cornerbacks in the ACC ... an intelligent player with 
good speed, quickness and one-on-one cover skills . 
with attitude ... a good tackier who isn't afraid to mix it u| 
ran sprints for the Maryland track team last year . . . blaze 
the fastest time of his career in spring testing this year . 
Iron Terp in 2005 (did not test in clean or squat in '06). 

2005 (Junior): Started all 11 games at boundary cor 
... an Academic AII-ACC selection ... team's fourth-leat 
tackier with 73 ... also had 3.5 tackles for loss, two sat 
eight pass breakups, two fumble recoveries and an interc 
tion . . . ranked 20th in the ACC in tackles with 6.6 per ga 
and 10th in passes defensed with 0.82 ... led team with 
blocked punts ... (at NCSU) ... finished with six tackles j 
his first career interception ... picked off a pass near the r 
sideline in the fourth quarter ... (vs. BC) ... finished with d 
tackles, a fumble recovery and a pass breakup ... blockei 
punt deep in Boston College territory, setting the offensej 
at the 24-yard line ... recovered a Matthew Ryan fumble! 
4th-and-3 in Maryland territory ... (at UNC) ... was in on se< 
tackles ... left the game in the second half after sufferin 
concussion ... (atFSU) ... registered four tackles, includ 
two TFLs ... wrapped up TB Leon Washington for no gain 
first down in the first quarter ... tackled TB Lorenzo Boo; 
for a loss on 1st-and-10 late in the third quarter ... (vs. 
... finished with seven tackles, a sack and one pass bre 
up ... ran up the middle on a corner blitz to sack Marcus V 
for an eight-yard loss and force fourth-and-long in the 
quarter ... (at TU) ... registered five tackles and one ps 
break up ... blocked a punt early in the third quarter, 
first of his career ... (vs. UVa) ... notched a career-high ! 
tackles to go along with three pass break ups ... (af I 
... saw action at safety for the first time in his career i 
finished with three tackles and his first career touchdoi 
... raced down on punt coverage to tackle PR Willie I 
at the 16-yard line in the first quarter ... went down to 
knees to down another Adam Podlesh punt at the two-y 
line ... recovered a Chris Davis fumble deep in Wake For' 
territory and took it 20 yards for the score ... (vs. WW 
finished with 1 1 tackles, including the first sack of his car 
... broke up a pass down the right sideline to WR Brand 
Myles ... sacked QB Adam Bednarik for a four-yard los3 
the third quarter, setting up4th-and-long ...(vs. CUj ... pos 
seven tackles ... flew in seemingly out of nowhere in goal 
to stop RB Reggie Merriweather short of the end zone ■ 
force fourth down ... (vs. Navy) ... recorded three tackles 
had one pass breakup ... stuffed QB Lamar Owens in 
red zone on a crucial fourth down run midway through 



102 • TERRAPIN PROFILES 



27SPC 



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cond quarter, causing the ball carrier to attempt an illegal 
ward pass ... play forced a turnover on downs. 

04 (Sophomore): Played in all 11 games, starting the last 
ir . . . finished the season with 27 tackles ( 1 3 solo), two pass 
;akups and five QB hurries ... tied for second in the ACC 
d second on the team with two forced fumbles ... tied for 
rd on the team with four QB hurries ... (vs. WFUj ... made 
; fourth start of the season and had three tackles ... had a 
* block on a Steve Suter punt return in the third quarter ... 
d a hard hit on WR Nate Morton to ensure an incompletion 
Wake's final play of the game ... (at VT) ... notched three 
lo tackles with one PBU ... had good coverage downfield 
d nearly made an interception on a pass in the second 
arter ... (at UVa) ... set a career high with seven tackles 
ree solo) and forced one fumble ... forced fumble when 
laid a hit on Alvin Pearman in the first quarter, jarring 
; ball loose ... (vs. FSU) ... made his first career start at 
merback and finished with four tackles and a QB hurry ... 
tzed from his comerback position to hit QB Wyatt Sexton 
he threw and forced an incomplete pass late in the third 



quarter ... (vs. NIU) ... 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 returning kickoffs 
and punts ... as a senior in 2002, was named first team all- 
state, first team All-Met, first team All-WCAC and first team 
All-Pnnce George's County ... also was named to George 
Michael's "Golden 11" all-star team and was a SuperPrep 
all-region selection . . . versatile player who had five intercep- 
tions and was also his team's leading receiver (27 catches, 
694 yards, six touchdowns) as a senior ...helped DeMatha 
to a spot in the WCAC championship game as a senior ... 



also ran track at DeMatha, where he was a part of a school 
record-setting 4x100 relay team . also considered Clemson, 
Syracuse, North Carolina, NC State and South Carolina ... 
high school coach was Bill McGregor. 

Personal: Joshua Wilson was bom March 1 1 , 1 985 ... son of 
Valanda and Timothy Wilson . . his father (deceased) lettered 
as a fullback in football at Maryland from 1974-76 (the Terps 
won ACC titles all three years) and was the blocking back 
for NFL Hall of Famer Earl Campbell in Houston ... carnes 
his father's NFL trading card for good luck ... majoring in 
marketing ... mom is currently enrolled at the school of 
business at Maryland. 



WILSON'S CAREER STATI 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL 


STIC 

Sacks 

0-0 


:s 

Int 


2003 


11-0 


2 





2/0 2 


0.0-0 


0-0 


2004 


11-4 


13 


14 


27 2 


0.0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


2005 


11-11 


41 


32 


73 6 6 


3.5-17 


2.0-12 


1-6 


Career 


33-15 


56 


46 


102/3.1 


3.5-17 


2.0-12 


1-6 



nzmasBS 
WIMBUSH 





SAFETY 

5 10-202SR.-2V 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 
(DUNBAR HS) 

On Wimbush: Safety in his final season who came on last 
year as a contributor in nickel and dime situations . . , enters 
fall camp as the starter at strong safety this season ... also 
played on special teams last year ... a sure tackier. 

2005 (Junior): Saw the most extensive playing time of his 
career, seeing action in all 11 games ... finished the season 
with 20 tackles (11 solo), a half TFL and one quarterback 
hurry ... (atFSUj ... recorded a career-high seven tackles ... 
on 4th-and-8, stopped WR Greg Carr short of the first down 
marker, forcing a turnover on downs in Maryland temtory 
... (at TU) ... credited with one tackle ... hurned QB Mike 
McGann on 3rd-and-long, causing him to overthrow his 
target early in the second half ... (vs. WVU) ... posted three 
tackles, then a career-high ... (vs. CUj ... made first tackle 
of his career, on special teams, forcing ball carrier down at 
his own 13-yard line. 

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 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in three games ... did 
not record any statistics. 



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TERRAPIN PROFILES • 103 




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WtMs 9 j 



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

High School: A three-year letterwinner at Dunbar High 
School in Washington, 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 ... 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 1 1 ' All-Star team as 
a senior ... totaled more than 100 tackles, nine interceptions 
and 10 pass breakups as a junior in capturing All-Met and 
all-league recognition ... was also recruited by Pittsburgh and 
Michigan State ... high school coach was Craig Jefferies. 

Personal: Marcus Wimbush was born November 1, 1982 
... son of Jacqueline and Jessie Smith ... biological father 
is Frederick Wimbush ... majoring in criminology and 
criminal justice. 

WIMBUSH'S 

CAREER STATISTICS 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks Int 



2003 


3-0 








0/0.0 


0.0-0 


0-0 


0-0 


2004 


1-0 








0/0.0 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 


2005 


11-0 


11 


9 


20/18 


0.5-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 


Career 


15-0 


11 


9 


20/1.3 


0.5-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 



WISEMAN 





CORNERBACK 
5-9- 185FR.RS 
SILVER HILL, MD. 
(DEMATHA HS) 

On Wiseman: Second-year player who could compete for 
playing time at cornerback this season ... came to Maryland 
after injuring his knee his senior season, but seemed to 
return to the form that had him as one of the most coveted 
corners in the country as a prep ... showed in spring testing 
that his speed has returned (tied for the second-fastest time 
among defensive backs). 

2005 (Freshman): Redshirt season. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at De- 
Matha High School in Hyattsville, Md. ... played cornerback 
and tailback . . . missed most of his senior season after injur- 
ing 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 the 1 0th-best 
cornerback in the nation by Rivals.com ... a SuperPrep 
All-American ... 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 
... team won state his last two years and was 22-1 in that 
time ... also a three-year letterwinner in track and three-time 
All-American ... was 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 born March 8, 1987 
... son of Vanessa Wiseman ... is the first member of his 
family to attend college . . . enrolled in the College of Letters 
and Sciences. 



H 

WOODS 




OFFENSIVE GUARD 
6-3 • 289 • JR.-2V 
DADE CITY, FLA. 
(THOMAS JEFFERSON HS) 

On Woods: Junior who enters this season as the starter at 
left guard and is one of the team's most consistent offensive 
linemen ... a smart football player ... the highest-rated of- 
fensive lineman for the Terps a year ago ... missed spring 
ball rehabilitating his left shoulder . . . played the entire 2005 
campaign with shoulder problems. 

2005 (Sophomore): Played in all 11 games, starting 10 
at left guard ... lone non-start came when he tweaked his 
knee in pregame warm-ups against Temple . . . team's high- 
est-graded lineman on the season ... had a team-high 22 
"big blocks" while giving up just one sack in 662 plays ... 
(vs. BC) ... was the team's highest-rated offensive lineman 

on 83 plays tied for team lead in "big blocks" with three 

...(at UNO) ... was in on 78 plays ... did not allow a sack 
and was credited with three "big blocks" ... (at FSU) ... in 
on 65 plays ... did not allow a sack and was credited with 
a "big block" ... (vs. VT) ... team's highest-rated lineman on 
50 plays ... yielded no sacks, had no missed assignments 
and was whistled for no penalties ... credited with one "big 
block" ... (at TU) ... was team's highest-rated lineman ... in 
on 44 plays ... made a team-high four "big blocks" ... did not 
allow a sack, had no missed assignments and committed no 
penalties despite injuring his knee in pregame warm-ups ... 
nominated for ACC Player of the Week ... (vs. UVa) ... was 
in on 69 plays and made four "big blocks" ... (at WFU) ... 
was team's second-highest rated lineman ... did not allow a 
sack and made three "big blocks" ... (vs. WVU) ... in on 46 







donnie 
WOODS 






plays and did not yield a sack ... (vs. Navy) ... earned highe 
rating of all offensive lineman. 

2004 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in eight game 
starting the season finale ... posted four "big blocks" wh> 
committing just two penalties and three missed assignmer 
in 1 77 offensive plays ... (vs. WFU) ... first career start . . . tii 
for the highest grade among lineman, posting two "big block 
with no penalties, sacks or missed assignments. 

2003 (Freshman): Redshirt season . . . offensive scout tea 
Player of the Week for his work leading up to the Eastel 
Michigan game . . . joined the team at the Peach Bowl at If 
close of 2002, as he graduated from high school early. 

High School: Atwo-year starter and letterwinner at Thorny 
Jefferson High School in Tampa, Fla. ... one of the md 
highly-touted prep linemen in the nation before suffering; 
knee injury his senior year of high school . . . played his fir 
two years at Pasco High School in Dade City, Fla. ... to 
the ACL in his knee in practice prior to the sixth game of h 
senior season, but still managed first team all-state hono- 
in class 4A ... was a second team All-Gridiron pick which 
the all-state team in Florida that encompasses all player 
regardless of their school's classification ... a PrepStar ar 
SuperPrep All-American ... first team all-county by the Jamr. 
Tribune and St. Petersburg Times . . . first team all-conferent) 
and all-county as a junior and senior . . . rated as Hillsborouc 
County's top offensive lineman after his junior year by tt 
Tampa Tribune ... Jefferson went 13-2 in 2002, losing 
the state finals ... school had nine Division I prospects IV 
senior season ... high school teammate of fellow Terp recn 
Jermaine Lemons ... competed in track (shot and discus 
weightlifting and wrestling ... was also recruited by Flonc 
State, Tennessee, Oklahoma and LSU ... high school coac 
was Mike Simmonds. 

Personal: Donald Woods was born January 27, 198' 
in Dade City, Fla. ... son of Don and Donna Woods , 
father played on two Florida state championship basketbo 
teams ... brother, Brian, is an assistant coach at Jeffersa 
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 criminj 
justice ... one of 10 children in his family (has six sister! 
three brothers). 



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immm 
ANNO 

IDE RECEIVER 
3 • 200 • FR. 
>IMTIAC. MICH 
VONDALE HS) 



h School: A four-year starter and letterwmner at 
ndale High School in Auburn Hills, Mich, , . . played wide 
aiver, safety, cornerback and started one game at run- 
back ... finished his senior season with 57 receptions 
802 yards and nine touchdowns ... also returned one 
,off 90 yards for a TD ... in only game at tailback, ran for 
I yards and three touchdowns ... recorded two intercep- 
s as a defensive back ... finished his four years as the 
ime leading receiver at AHS ... first team all-state by the 
iro/f News, Detroit Free Press and the Associated Press 
nil-area, all-county and all-league as a junior and senior 
,:hosen as the No. 4 "blue chip" prospect in the state by 
■Detroit News ... a PrepStar All-American ... an all-region 
< by SuperPrep ... lettered three seasons in basketball . . . 
b recruited by Kentucky, Illinois, Iowa State and NC State 
ligh school coach was Steven Deutsch. 

-sonal : Adnan Cannon was bom August 1 2, 1 988 ... son 
lulious and Shirla Cannon. 



:linton 




NERACKER 

2 • 245 • FR.-HS 

IRELAND, FLA. 

ORK UNION MILITARY) 

Clinton: An early enrollee who joined the Terps in the 
ing ... worked at "Will" linebacker ... posted a 36-inch 
rticaljump in spnng testing. 

;p: Spent 2005 at Fork Union Military Academy in Fork 
ran, Va. ... played inside and outside linebacker, starting 
111 games ... recorded 110 tackles, four sacks, three 
srceptions and 10 tackles for loss ... coach at Fork Union 
sJohnShuman. 

jh School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at 
angel Christian High School in Lakeland. Fla. ... pnmarily 
yed linebacker and tight end . . . recorded 1 1 tackles, 1 7 
kles for loss, nine sacks, seven pass breakups and one 
ible recovery (returned for a TD) his senior year ... posted 
) tackles (63 solo) as a junior ... first team all-state (1A) 
an all-county selection ... an All-Southeast region pick by 
tpStar ... an All-Dixie region selection by SuperPrep ... 
ped lead team to a 10-3 record and a regional champion- 
p appearance ... a good athlete who also lettered three 
ars in track and field, two years in basketball and one in 
seball ... reportedly ran in the 4.5 range in the 40-yard 
ah as a prep ... was also recruited by Georgia Tech, South 
rolina, Georgia and Alabama ... high school coach was 
an Davis. 



Personal: Christopher Clinton was born September 22, 
1985 ... son of Nadine Clinton ... planning on majoring in 
business. 




7/JW 

EASTBU 

CENTER 

6-2 • 290 • FR.-H 
BOULDER, COLO. 
(FAIRVIEW HS) 

High School: A two-year starter and letterwinner at Fairview 
High School in Boulder, Colo. ... attended Bergen Catholic 
High School in New Jersey his sophomore year ... was team- 
mates at Bergen Catholic with current Terp Isaiah Williams ... 
played center, defensive line and fullback in short yardage 
situations ... though primarily an offensive lineman, rushed 
for 160 yards and two TDs as a senior ... first team all-state 
by the Denver Post as a junior and senior ... an All-Colorado 
selection (all classifications) ... all-league and all-county ... 
team captain who was also a PrepStar All-Region pick ... the 
14th-best player in the state of Colorado according to Rivals, 
com ... earned his team's Gold Helmet Award, the annual 
honor to the team's top student-athlete ... timed at 4 .9 in the 
40-yard dash with a 400-pound bench and 675-pound squat 
... also recruited by Purdue, Clemson, San Diego State and 
Colorado ... high school coach was Tom McCartney (son 
of Bill McCartney). 

Personal: Evan Eastburn was born November 11, 1987 ... 
son of Greg and Terri Eastburn ... is the first known Terp 
gridder from the state of Colorado. 

GLOSTE 

TIGHT END 
6-3 • 225 • FR. 
GERMANTOWN, MD. 
(GOOD COUNSEL HS) 

High School: A three-year starter and letterwinner at Good 
Counsel High School in Wheaton, Md. . .. played H-back and 
defensive end ... posted 33 receptions for 552 yards (16.7 
avg.) and six touchdowns his senior year ... also recorded 
42 tackles, seven sacks, two tackles for loss and a pass 
breakup ... averaged 23.6 yards per kick return with one TD 
... caught six passes for 125 yards and a TD in the WCAC 
finals ... had 25 receptions for 362 yards and two touchdowns 
as a junior ... an all-state seiection ... first team All-Metro by 
the Washington Post and the Pigskin Club ... first team All- 
WCAC and all-county ... named to George Michael's Golden 
11 team ... the 30th-ranked wide receiver in the nation and 
seventh-ranked player overall in the state of Maryland by 
Rivals.com .... the No. 21 receiver in the nation by ESPN.com 
... a PrepStar Ail-American ... a Mid-Atlantic all-region pick 
by SuperPrep ... team was 19-5 his last two years, losing in 
the WCAC finals both years ... also an all-league selection 





in basketball ... recruited by Virginia Tech, Georgia, Miami, 
Penn State and Oklahoma, to name a few ... played with 
current Terps Tommy and Deege Gait in high school ... high 
school coach was Bob Milloy. 

Personal Drew Gloster was bom August 10, 1988 ... son of 
Terry and Jocelyn Gloster . . . father is a Montgomery County 
police officer ... grandfather. Sandy Stephens, was an All- 
American quarterback - the first in school history - who led 
Minnesota to the Rose Bowl in 1960 and 1961 while finishing 
fourth in balloting for the Heisman Trophy in '61 . 

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GREEN 

TAILBACK 
5-11 • 213 • FR.-HS 
WHITE PLAINS, MD. 
(HARGRAVE MILITARY ACAD.) 

On Green: First-year tailback who joined the team in the 
spring ... impressively, earned Iron Terp status in his first- 
ever spring testing session ... the second-strongest tailback, 
pound-for-pound, of those who tested in 2006. 

Prep : Spent the 2005 season at Hargrave Military Academy 
in Chatham, Va. ... on a talent-rich team, rushed 21 times 
for 151 yards (7.2 avg.) with one touchdown ... coach at 
Hargrave was Robert Prunty. 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at Lackey 
High School in White Plains, Md. ... one of the regions lead- 
ing 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 hamstnng injury ... season-best 
effort came in the opener when he ran for 220 yards on 23 
cames 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 PrepSfarand SuperPrep All-Amencan ... 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 1 1 team that 
season and conference MVP ... rated by ESPN.com's Tom 
Lemming as the No. 8 prep fullback in the nation ... team 
went 13-1 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. ... 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 bom March 7, 1987 ... son 
of James and Denise Green ... aunt and uncle are both 
Maryland graduates ... plans to major in criminal justice. 



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JACKSON \ 

FULLBACK Q^ J 

6-0 • 240 • FR.-HS 
MORGANTOWN, W.VA. 
(UNIVERSITY HS) 



High School: A four-year starter and letterwinner at 
University High School in Morgantown, W.Va. ... played 
linebacker, tailback and defensive end in his tenure ... had 
an outstanding senior season, finishing with 1,307 rushing 
yards and 17 touchdowns to go along with 161 tackles, two 
sacks, one interception and two fumble recoveries ... had 
nearly 1 ,000 yards rushing and over 100 tackles as a junior 
... posted 224 yards rushing with a touchdown in a playoff 
game as a junior ... a first team all-state pick as a junior and 
senior ... was second team all-state as a defensive lineman 
as a sophomore ... conference player of the year ... the 
12th-ranked inside linebacker in the country by ESPN.com 
... a PrepStar All-American ... ranked the second-best player 
in the state of West Virginia by Rivals.com ... also lettered 
one year in wrestling ... spent most seasons weight training 
... posted a 625-pound squat as a prep ... was also recruited 
by Stanford, NC State, Iowa and West Virginia . . . high school 
coach was John Kelley. 

Personal: Cory Jackson was born March 12, 1988 ... son 
of Terrence and Melissa Jackson ... comes from a very 
athletic family (four brothers, one sister) ... brother, Todd, 
played football at West Virginia ... brother, Drew, was a 
junior college All-American in baseball who was ultimately 
drafted ... father played football and baseball at Yale ... an 
avid reader who carried nearly a 4.0 grade point average 
in high school. 



JACKSON- , 
MILLS ^J 

CORNERBACK 
5-11 • 160 • FR.-HS 
GERMANTOWN, MD. 
(NORTHWEST HS) 



High School: Athree-year letterwinner and one-year starter 
at Northwest High School in Germantown, Md. ... played 
cornerback and wide receiver in high school ... recorded 
32 tackles, four pass breakups, an interception, two forced 
fumbles and two blocks (one kick, one punt) his senior 
season ... named his school's special teams player of the 
year as a junior and senior ... honorable mention all-county 
by the Montgomery County Coaches Association and the 
Gazette newspapers ... a PrepStar all-region selection ... 
timed at 4.4 in the 40-yard dash ... a three-year letterwinner 
in track ... finished third in state with a time of 22.32 in the 
200 meters as a junior . . . signed with Maryland prior to his 
senior year ... high school coach was Randy Trivers. 

Personal: Brandon Jackson-Mills was born March 10, 1988 
... son of Jackie Jackson and Tommy Mills. 





LEE-ODAI ° ) 

WIDE RECEIVER \J_) 
6-3 • 180 • FR.-HS 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 
(ANACOSTIA HS) 



High School: A three-year starter and letterwinner at 
Anacostia High School in Washington, D.C. ... did it all for 
the Indians, playing wide receiver, defensive back, return- 
ing punts and kicks ... finished his senior season with 46 
receptions for 796 yards and five touchdowns ... an honor- 
able mention All-Met pick by the Washington Post ... an 
all-conference selection as a sophomore, junior and senior 
... named to the D.C. Coaches' all-star team ... an honorable 
mention all-region pick by PrepStar... team MVP as a junior 
... also lettered three years in track (sprints) ... also recruited 
by West Virginia, Pittsburgh, Illinois, North Carolina and NC 
State ... high school coach was Willie Stewart. 

Personal: Emani Lee-Odai was born January 13, 1988 
... son of Sharrone Lee and Ben Odai ... inducted into the 
National Honor Society as a prep. 

MDUMaM 

MOTEN 

LINEBACKER 
6-1 • 210 • FR.-HS 
SUITLAND, MD. 
(GWYNN PARK HS) 

High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at 
Gwynn Park High School in Brandywine, Md. ... versatile 
athlete who played quarterback, tight end, linebacker and 
safety ... finished his senior season with 118 tackles, nine 
sacks, four interceptions (two returned for a touchdown) and 
seven fumble recoveries ... one of his returns for a TD was 
an 80-yard scamper in the state championship game against 
Westminster ... posted 90 tackles, 10 sacks and three in- 
terceptions as a junior ... a consensus all-state selection ... 
first team All-Met by the Washington Post ... Mi-Gazette and 
M\-Examiner pick who was the Gazette's Defensive Player 
of the Year ... named to George Michael's Golden 11 team 
... PrepStar all-region ... 39th-ranked outside linebacker in 
the country by ESPN.com ... a Mid-Atlantic all-region pick 
by SuperPrep ... runs a reported 4.5 in the 40-yard dash ... 
teammate of fellow recruit Quintin McCree ... GPHS was 
14-0, winning its first-ever state championship his senior 
year ... was also recruited by Penn State, Syracuse and 
Illinois ... high school coach was Danny Hayes. 

Personal: Adrian Moten was born April 22, 1988... son of 
Anthony and Vanette Moten. 





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RICHER 

QUARTERBACK 
6-2 • 201 • FR. 
HUMMELSTOWN, PA. 
(BISHOP MCDEVITT HS) 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and three-yeJ 
starter at Bishop McDevitt High School in Harrisburg, P| 
... signal-caller who had a strong career, completing 37-1 
of-603 (.625) passes for 5,245 yards with 67 touchdowi 
and 25 interceptions ... was 1 38-of-256 for 2,186 yards wi 
30 TDs and 13 interceptions as a senior ... also rushed f 
six touchdowns in 2005 ... threw for over 1 ,800 yards ar 
17 TDs as a junior ... served as his team's punter and w; 
a second team all-state selection by the Associated Pre; 
... all-conference as a junior and senior ... the ninth-ranke 
quarterback in the nation by ESPN.com ... the fifth-ranker 
dual threat quarterback in the nation by Rivals.com ... name, 
to the Rivals Top 100 team ... named to PrepStafs Drea' 
Team ... a SuperPrep all-region selection ... despite losir 
its star TB LeSean McCoy, the Ricker-led Crusaders we< 
13-1, losing in the state 4A semifinals ... committed to tr 
Terps prior to his senior season ... also recruited by Orego 
North Carolina, Pittsburgh and Virginia ... high school coaci 
was Jeff Weachter. 

Personal: Jeremy Ricker was born on Halloween, 1987 . 
son of Robert and Patricia Ricker ... has three aunts wr 
were Division I javelin throwers. 



mEfnmL 
SCOTT 



TAILBACK 
6-0 • 185 



FR.-HS 




CONSHOHOCKEN, PA. 
(PLYMOUTH-WHITEMARSH HS) 

High School: Afour-year letterwinner and three-year starts 

at Plymouth-Whitemarsh High School in Plymouth Meetino 
Pa. ... played tailback and free safety ... had a monster seme 
season, rushing 232 times for 2,523 yards (10.9 yards pe 
carry) and 38 touchdowns ... rushed for over 1,200 yard 
as a junior ... was the Maxwell Award winner for conferenc 
player of the year as a junior and senior ... all-state by t 
Associated Press as a senior ... a Big 33 All-Star gami 
selection ... area player of the year by the Times-Herald . 
ranked by Rivats.com as the No. 21 "athlete" in the nation . 
a SuperPrep all-region selection ... team was 8-3, winning th 
league championship his senior year . . . lettered four years i 
track (sprints) and basketball (guard) ... won state in the 10 
meters as a junior with a time of 10.56 ... was also recruitet 
by Virginia, Penn State, Boston College and Georgia Tec! 
... high school coach as a senior was Joe lacovitti. 

Personal: Da'Rel Scott was born May 26, 1988 ... son o] 
Gloria Scott ... brother, Lee, was a defensive back at LaSail* 
and brother, James, ran track at St. Joseph's. 



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SMALLS 

flDE RECEIVER 
■1 • 185 • FR. HS 
ANCASTER, PA. 
OIUESTOGA VALLEY HS) 





WASHI 



CORNERRACK 
6-0 • 185 • FR.-HS 
WHITE PLAINS. MD. 
(WESTLAKE HS) 




WILLIA 

CORNERRACK 

6-1 • 175 • FR.-HS 

RALTIMORE. MD. 

(RALT. POLYTECHNIC HS) 




i: Smalls: An early enrollee who joined the Terps in 
-ing camp ... posted an amazing 46Vi-inch vertical jump 
■offseason testing. 

gh School : A four-year letterwinner and three-year starter 
Conestoga Valley High School in Lancaster, Pa. ... played 
le receiver and cornerback ... played both ways his final 
: years ... recorded 95 career receptions for 1 ,854 yards 
; d 13 touchdowns ... averaged 68.7 receiving yards per 
'me for his career and 19.5 yards per catch ... had 52 
'ceptions in his senior season (2004) ... first team all-sec- 
in ... a War of the Roses and Tri-County all-star ... league 
«de Receiver of the Year as a junior ... as a senior, was 
fa 28th-ranked player in the state of Pennsylvania and the 
'nd-ranked wide receiver in the nation by Rivals.com ... 
tyed in the Manheim Touchdown Club North-South All-Star 
ime in 2005 ... posted a 43-inch vertical jump at the Nike 
bmbine in Charlottesville in 2004 ... a prep teammate of 
rdan Steffy ... lettered four years in track and three years 
basketball ... also recruited by Connecticut, Indiana, 
-chigan State and Pittsburgh ... high school coach was 
3rad Novak. 

irsonal: Stephen Smalls was born September 10, 1986 . . 
In of Greg Smalls ... first name is pronounced "STEFF-ahn" 
attended Hamsburg Community College in 2005. 

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THORN 

ORNERBACK 
-1 • 180 • FR.-HS 
IOMESTEAD. FLA. 
SOUTH DADE HS) 

gh School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at South 
sde High School in Homestead, Fla. ... recorded 38 tackles 
4 unassisted), three interceptions, nine pass breakups 
Tile forcing two fumbles his senior season ... member of 
defense that was ranked first in the Miami-Dade County 
ea. yielding just 115 yards per game ... all four defensive 
icks from his team were recruited to play college ball this 
or (on to Maryland, two to NC State, one to UMass) ... 
illed the nation's "top sleeper recruit" by the Miami Herald 
\d listed as one of that paper's Top 25 recruits in the area... 
am finished 10-1, falling in the state 6A quarterfinals ... a 
ree-year letterwinner in track & field ... personal best of 
1.8 in the 100 meters as a prep ... was also recruited by 
Z State. UCF, USF and Eastern Michigan ... high school 
>ach was Don Dnnkhahn. 

jrsonal: Taji Thornton was bom September 17. 1987 ... 
in of Michelle Clumie and Herham Thornton ... name is 
onounced TAH-jee. 




High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter at 
West Lake High School in Waldorf, Md . ... played tailback, 
slotback, cornerback and safety as a prep ... as a senior, 
rushed 51 times for 478 yards (9.4 avg.) and six TDs, caught 
12 passes for 129 yards and three TDs and recorded two 
interceptions and four pass breakups ... ran for 1 54 yards on 
six carried against Great Mills (25.7 avg.) ... rushed for 608 
yards and 1 TDs as a junior and 1 , 1 87 yards with 1 4 TDs as 
a sophomore ... posted a career-high five interceptions as a 
junior ... second team all-state (big school) as a senior ... also 
first team all-county and All-Southern Maryland (Washington 
Post) ... first team all-conference and All-Southern Maryland 
as a junior ... the 1 5th-ranked safety in the nation by ESPN, 
com ... the 10th-ranked player in Maryland and the 13th- 
ranked safety in the nation by Rivals.com ... a Mid-Atlantic 
all-region pick by SuperPrep ... runs a reported 4.4 in the 
40-yard dash with a 39-inch vertical jump ... lettered two 
years in track ... also recruited by Penn State, Virginia 
Tech, Florida and North Carolina ... high school coach was 
Dominic Zacharelli. 

Personal: Pha'Terrell Washington was bom November 28. 
1987 ... son of Gary and Cheryl Washington ... has been 
a big Maryland football and basketball fan since childhood 

WHITM 

LEO 

6-3 • 240 • FR.-HS 
CHESAPEAKE, VA. 
(OSCAR F. SMITH HS) 

High School: A four-year letterwinner and starter at Oscar F. 
Smith High School in Chesapeake. Va. ... played left tackle 
all four years, his last three doubling as defensive end as well 
... had 75 tackles in his junior and senior seasons, setting 
the school record for tackles for loss (27) in the process ... 
posted 22 of the 27 TFLs his senior year ... also had five 
forced fumbles, three recoveries and an interception returned 
for a TD in '05 ... recorded 24 sacks in his last two years ... 
first team all-state as a defensive end and offensive tackle 
his senior year ... honorable mention all-state as a junior ... 
all-district and all-region as a junior and senior ... the No. 
17 defensive end in the nation by ESPN.com ... the 22nd- 
ranked strongside defensive end in the country by Rivals, 
com ... team was 22-2 in his last two seasons, finishing 
fourth in the state in 2005 ... also ran track (sprints, relays 
and shot) ... was also recruited by Virginia Tech. Florida. 
Miami. Ohio State and Tennessee ... high school coach 
was Rich Morgan. 




High School: A three-year letterwinner and two-year 
starter at Baltimore (Md.) Polytechnic Institute ... played 
quarterback and safety ... as a senior, rushed 67 times for 
804 yards and six touchdowns ... passed for over 630 yards 
and seven TDs . . . posted 37 tackles and 1 interceptions his 
senior year ... had an amazing 20 interceptions his last two 
seasons ... posted three interceptions in a game twice in his 
career ... returned two punts and one kickoff for a touchdown 
his senior year ... first team all-city as a defensive back by the 
Baltimore Sun ... honorable mention all-state (small school) 
... also second team all-city by the Sun as a junior ... has 
a reported a 40-inch vertical jump ... lettered four years in 
basketball (shooting guard), averaging over 20 points per 
game ... also recruited by Virginia. Virginia Tech and James 
Madison ... high school coach was Anthony Knox. 



Personal: LaQuan Williams was born June 27, 1988 . 
of Daphne Boone and Lasalle Williams. 



son 




MUSS 

WUJCIA 

LINEBACKER 
6-3 • 235 • FR.-HS 
WEST CALDWELL, N.J. 
(SETON HALL PREP) 

High School: Afour-year letterwinner and three-year starter 
at Seton Hall Prep School in West Orange. N.J. ... played 
linebacker, tight end and punter ... senior statistics included 
1 40 tackles, five sacks, four forced fumbles, one interception. 
20 receptions for 250 yards and four touchdown receptions ... 
had 145 tackles, five sacks and one interception as a junior ... 
also caught 23 passes for 450 yards and three touchdowns 
in '04 ... state of New Jersey Defensive Player of the Year 
in 2005 ... first team all-state by the Associated Press and 
Newark Star Ledger ... the 17th-rated inside linebacker in 
the nation by ESPN.com ... the 18th-ranked player in New 
Jersey and the 24th-rated middle linebacker in the country 
by Rivals.com ... team was a state semifinalist his senior 
season ... also a three-year starter (power forward) for his 
school's basketball team ... team was ranked No. 1 in the 
state his junior year ... also recruited by Michigan State. 
Louisville, Nebraska. Wisconsin and Rutgers ... high school 
coach was John Finnegan. 

Personal: Alex Wujciak was born April 15, 1988 ... son of 
Alan and Enn Wujciak ... father played offensive guard at 
Notre Dame during the Irish's national championship season 
in 1 974 ... played at the same time as Daniel "Rudy" Ruetfiger 
and can be seen in the famous shot of Ruettiger shown at the 
end of the film ... last name is pronounced "WOO-jack." 



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Personal Brian Whitmore was bom March 10, 1988 . 
of Alfanza and Ocia Whitmore. 



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Q. 




JC I 




cSEASON HONORS 



TEAM 



NATIONAL RANKINGS 

38th 



Phil Steele 



41st 


Lindy's 


47th 


The Sportinq News 


ACC PREDICTIONS 

3rd/Atlantic 


Phil Steele 


4th/Atlantic 


The Sportinq News 


4th/Atlantic 


Lindy's 


5th/Atlantic 


Athlon 


#17, Most Improved Teams of '06 


Phil Steele 


UNIT 

5th-ranked OL in NCAA 


The Sportinq News 


16th-ranked OL in NCAA 


Phil Steele 


20th-ranked RBs in NCAA 


Phil Steele 



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SEASON 




2005 REVIEW NOTEBOOK 



- 2005 SEASON STATISTICS 



115 - OFFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME 



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2005 REVIEW NOTEBOOK 



Friedgen Ranks Fifth Sam Quarter-bach 




Ralph Friedgen was the top second-, third- and 
fourth-year coach in ACC history by wins. At the end 
of season five, he ranks second all-time among ACC 
coaches having completed five years at an institution. 
The mark of 44 wins set by Clemson's Danny Ford 
from 1979-83 is three more than the 41 of Friedgen 
between 2001 and 2005. His mark of 41 ties him for 
second with former Terrapin great Jerry Claiborne 
(1972-76) on the list, also making it a school record 
for victories in that amount of time. 

Seniors Bid Farewell 

A total of 13 seniors played their final game as 
Terrapins as the 2005 season closed at NC State. 
The following is a list of the seniors on last year's 
team (* = letters earned prior to 2005): 




Name 


Letters 


Hometown 


Russell Bonham, OG 


*** 


Winston-Salem, N.C. 


Ricardo Dickerson, FB/LB 


t** 


Hyattsville 


Derrick Fenner, WR 


... 


Hampton, Va. 


Milton Harris, S 


* 


Lanham 


D'Qwell Jackson, LB 


... 


Larqo, Fla. 


William Kershaw, LB 


it* 


Raeford, N.C. 


Ryan McDonald, C 


* 


Haqerstown 


Gerrick McPhearson. CB 


** 


Columbia 


Danny Melendez, WR 


*** 


Lancaster, Pa. 


Mario Merrills, TB 


*** 


Columbia 


Derek Miller, TE 


*** 


Carlisle, Pa. 


Jo Jo Walker, WR 


#+* 


Carrollton, Texas 


Chris Williams, DB 




Olney, Md 




Q 




Sam Hollenbach threw for more 

yards than any other first year starter 

under Coach Friedgen at Maryland. 



In the last few seasons, all eyes have been on the 
quarterback position at Maryland. In 2004, there 
was little mention of Sam Hollenbach as a serious 
contender for the job, but a start against Wake 
Forest in the 2004 finale and a solid season in 2005 
suggested the Terps may have found their man. 

Hollenbach had found the bottom of the depth chart 
in his first two years, struggling both with the offense 
and with delivering the football. Perseverance, work 
and a change in his throwing motion, however, have 
steadily moved him to the starting job and early 
season success. 

In his 11 games last season, the Pennsylvania native 
was 192-of-315 (61 percent) for 2,539 yards with 13 
touchdowns and 1 5 interceptions. He also rushed for 
a pairof TDs. 

Hollenbach finished 2005 ranked in the top five of 
the ACC in efficiency (132.8/5th), passing average 
(230.8/2nd) and total offense (229.2/4th), a claim 
only one other league QB (Charlie Whitehurst) could 
make. 

Eliminate the five plays he played injured against 
FSU (he completed his lone pass for 29 yards before 
coming back out) and Hollenbach averaged 251 
yards passing per game in '05, tops in the ACC. 

Hollenbach is 6-5 in his career as a starter. 

In the win at UNC, he threw two interceptions that 
each led to Tar Heel scores, but overcame the 
setbacks to post some career numbers. He finished 
19-of-31 for 374 yards and three touchdowns. The 
yardage total (second-highest single-game total in 
the ACC in 2005) and touchdowns were both new 
career highs and his two late TDs -- both over 60 
yards - paced the Terrapin comeback. 

Against #19/18 Virginia, Hollenbach didn't start slow, 
but the way he finished made it seem like it. Two 
early interceptions dogged the Pennsylvania native, 
but his final three quarters showed no fear as he 
completed 18 of his final 22 passes for 249 yards. 
On the day, he finished 25-of-33 for 320 yards with 
a pair of TDs and interceptions. His completion and 
yardage totals were both career highs. 

How He Stacks Up 

Below is a look at how Sam Hollenbach compares 
to the other three starting quarterbacks (Shaun Hill, 
Scott McBrien and Joel Statham) in their first seasons 
under Ralph Friedgen 



Player (Yr.) 


Att-Cmp-Int 


TO 


Yds. 


Eff. Rtg. 


YPG 


S.Hill ('01) 


329 197 9 


13 


2,380 


128 2 


216.4 


S MrBnen i02) 


284-162-10 


15 


2.497 


141.3 


1784 


J. Statham ('04) 


217-118-12 


8 


1,520 


114.3 


168.9 


S. Hollenbach (05) 


315-192-15 


13 


2,539 


132.8 


230.8 



'Hollenbach only played five snaps in game 8 vs. FSU 



Receivers Have Big 
Year 

One of the noticeable differences in the 2005 tearl 
was that of the team's receivers under first-yea] 
coach Bryan Bossard 

In 2004, Maryland's leading wide receiver wal 
Derrick Fenner, who caught 35 passes for 43 
yards and two touchdowns. The top three receiver 
accounted for 80 receptions, 954 yards and thre 
touchdowns. 

By comparison, the top three wide receivers of 200 

- Danny Melendez, Jo Jo Walker and Fenner 

- posted 109 receptions for 1,481 yards and sevei 
TDs. The team had three wide receivers and a tigr 
end with more receptions and yards than last year' 
leading receiver had with one game still left in tin 
season. 

The team's top producer in the passing game in '0: 
was tight end Vernon Davis who had 51 reception 
for 871 yards and six TDs. Davis led the ACC 
receiving yards per game. 




Sen/or Danny Melendez was an integral 
part of the Terrapin receiving corps in 20051 

Green Shells 

Though the 2004 Terrapins were a young group 
Maryland out-did itself when it came to playing wilt 
youth on the field in 2005. 

Early in the season, Coach Friedgen liked to throw 
out a note about the number of players on the rostei 
with three or more years eligibility remaining, but his 
number (58) had been based on a look at student- 
athletes receiving financial aid. 

A look at the entire roster is astounding. Atotal of 72 
Maryland players were sophomore or younger witf 
47 of those Terps being freshmen (redshirt or true). 

On the season, Maryland had seven true freshmen 
and 13 redshirt freshmen see action. 

With DE Jeremy Navarre starting in game one anJ 
OT Jared Gaither in game four, the Terps had a true 
freshman start the earliest in a season in Friedgen'; 
tenure on either side of the ball. 



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ioting the Terp 
lefense 

When he was hired to come to Maryland, the talk 
about the mark Ralph Friedgen would make in 
College Park was all about offense. In each of the 
four seasons heading into 2005, however, the most 
consistent Terp unit was the defense. 

Since 2001, the Maryland defense has allowed 
an average of 19.0 points per game. The 2005 
campaign was the team's first in that time finishing 
a season with a scoring average above 20.0 as it 
allowed 24.5 points per contest. 

Since 2001, 39 of Maryland's 61 opponents (64%) 
have been held to 20 points or less. 

Since 2002, Maryland has held its opposition 
scoreless in 88 quarters (15 in 2005). When it 
held Virginia Tech scoreless in the first quarter of 
this year's game, it became the first team to hold 
the Hokies scoreless in any quarter through seven 
games of 2005. 

Maryland has held eight opponents to 100 yards or 
less passing since 2001 and two (Navy and West 
Virginia) this season. 

Under Fnedgen, Maryland has held its opposition 
below 100 yards rushing 14 times. 

In week five of 2005, Virginia's Marques Hagans 
became the first quarterback since Chris Rix in 2003 
to throw for more than 250 yards against Maryland. 
Hagans was 17-of-35 (.485) for 270 yards and no 
TDs against the Terps. 

Just twice since game two of 2003 has a quarterback 
been able to pass for more than one touchdown 
against the Terrapins (Virginia Tech's Bryan Randall 
last year and Clemson's Charlie Whitehurst in week 
two of this season). 

The Terps' effort in game four of 05 was its first true 
notable accomplishment of 2005. The Terrapins held 
Wake Forest to just 244 yards of offense, but more 
importantly. 111 on the ground, 159 below the Deacs' 
average coming into the game. 

Though it struggled holding Virginia Tech in check 
in the fourth quarter, the Maryland defense did have 
at least one notable accomplishment against the 
Hokies as it intercepted QB Marcus Vick three times 
(Vick had only been picked twice in his previous six 
games of the season). 

rerps Lead Nation 

Opposing offenses struggled to find the end zone 
through the air against Maryland's defense last 
year. The Terrapins finished the year as the national 
leaders in fewest passing touchdowns allowed and 
ranked 19th nationally in pass defense. The ledger: 

t Team Pass TDs Allowed 

4 
8 
9 



Maryland 



Auburn, Georgia, Miami (Fla.), Ohio State 8 







D'Qwell Jackson was named theACC Defensive Player of the Year, the second Terp to earn that honor under 
head coach Ralph Friedgen, after finishing second in the nation with an average of 13.7 tackles per game. 



Jackson ACC Defensive P.O.T.Y. 



Alabama, Tennessee, Tulsa 



D'Qwell Jackson was considered undersized as a 
prep. He began his career playing in the shadows 
of a legend (E.J. Henderson) early in his career. 
His career now complete at Maryland, the team's 
emotional leader has been through just about 
everything and emerged as the unquestionable star 
of the Maryland defense, an All-American. and one 
of the top defensive players at any position in the 
country. 

In 2005, Jackson made the cut on several of the 
nation's premier postseason awards. He earned 
mention for the Butkus Award (semifinalist), Lott 
Trophy (finalist) and Bednarik Award (finalist). He 
follows the heels of his predecessor, E.J. Henderson, 
who won both the Butkus (nation's best linebacker) 
and Bednarik (nation's best defensive player) in 2002 
and in December of 2005 was named the ACC's 
Defensive Player of the Year. 

Jackson led the Terrapin defense in tackling in each 
of his three years as a starter (136 in 2003; an ACC- 
best 123 in 2004; and an ACC-best 137 in 2005). 

In '05, Jackson finished second in the nation with an 
average of 13.7 tackles per game and led the NCAA 
for much of the year. 

Jackson posted 15 or more tackles in a game five 
times in 2005. 

Against West Virginia. Jackson moved into the 
Maryland career top 10 with his 359th tackle. He 
finished his career fourth with 447. 



The fiercest competitor on the Terp roster, Jackson 
led Maryland in tackles in 22 of 34 games the last 
three years and all but one of the 10 games he 
played in this year. 

Jackson had 22 career games with double-digit 
tackles (in 34 starts). 

In the final game of his career at Maryland. Jackson 
was all over the field against NC State. He finished 
with 13 tackles (nine solo), 3.5 tackles for loss, and 
two sacks. 

In his final regular season trip to his home state of 
Flonda, Jackson posted a game-high (both teams) 
15 tackles and a tackle for loss against No. 10/9 
FSU. 

After missing the Temple game due to injury, Jackson 
returned to the lineup against No. 3 Virginia Tech 
and finished with a team-high 11 tackles and an 
interception - his first of the year - which he returned 
21 yards to the Hokie 33-yard line. 

Against No. 19/18 Virginia, Jackson led the team 
in tackles with 14 while recording a sack and a half 
TFL. 

Jackson - a first team AII-ACC selection who finished 
second in balloting (by two votes) for Defensive 
Player of the Year honors - averaged 11.2 tackles 
per game last year, making him the lone player in the 
league to average 10 or more tackles per game, 

Jackson was selected in the second round (the 
second pick of the round) in the 2006 NFL Draft by 
the Cleveland Browns. 



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Ine Duke' Leads the ACC 

One of the most physically-gifted players in the 
history of Maryland football, TE Vernon "Duke" 
Davis has had a breakout season in 2005. 

Davis led the team in receiving yards last year 
from his H-back position, posting 441 yards (on 27 
receptions) in what could best be described as a 
down year for Maryland's pass offense. As a junior, 
he shattered those marks. 

Davis finished 2005 with 51 receptions for 871 yards 
and six touchdowns. His 79.2 yards per game 
receiving led the ACC and 42nd nationally. 

Davis averaged 17.1 yards per reception, an amazing 
number for a tight end and a total that ranks in the 
Maryland top 10 for a single season. 

When the season closed, Davis owned three of the 
top five games in terms of receiving yards by a tight 
end in the NCAA. The other two were posted by 
Tulsa's Garrett Mills. 

Against North Carolina, Davis set a career high with 
seven receptions for 138 yards and a touchdown. 
His 24-yard TD grab was one-handed, falling 
backwards and was one of the "Top Plays" on ESPN 
that evening. 



In catching five passes for a career-high 158 yards 
against West Virginia (the NCAA's current 15th- 
ranked team against the pass), Davis became the 
first Maryland player to record back-to-back 100-yard 
receiving games since 1995 when Jermaine Lewis 
posted 205 yards on nine catches (9/23/95 vs. Duke) 
and 189 (9/28/95 at Georgia Tech) in consecutive 
contests. 

Against Clemson, the Washington, D.C. native had 
his first big game of 2005. He finished with a career- 
high six receptions for 140 yards and a touchdown, 
often dragging tacklers with him if not running by 
them. 

For his efforts against both Clemson, West Virginia 
and North Carolina this year, Davis was named John 
Mackey National Tight End of the Week. He and 
UCLA's Marcedes Lewis are the only two players to 
receive the award three times. 

Davis was named a first team All-American by the 
Associated Press and AFCA, among others. He was 
ultimately selected with the sixth overall pick of the 
2006 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers. 





Vernon Davis was a finalist for the Mackey Award after leading the 
Terps in receptions and receiving yards in 2005 



Adam Podlesh finished 2005 with a 3l 

net punting average, which led theACl 

and was seventh in the NCA 

Podlesh Has Another 
Strong Season 

Junior Adam Podlesh settled into his career 
Maryland before the ink had dried in the recq 
books on his predecessor Brooks Barnard's strop 
career. Though Podlesh has not broken the major! 
of Barnard's records, Maryland finds itself w( 
arguably the most complete and versatile punter 
the nation. 

On 160 career punts, Podlesh has dropped j 
percent (60) inside the opponents' 20-yard line. 

With a 43.6-yard average in 2005, Podlesh ranks 
13th nationally and second in the ACC in puntir 
average (trailing only Ray Guy Award winner Ry; 
Plackemeier). 

Against North Carolina, Podlesh averaged 42.5 yartj 
on his four punts, but more impressively landed thre 
punts inside the 20-yard line. 

Podlesh had one of his best games as a Terp 
Wake Forest this year. Dueling the ACC's other tc 
punter, Ryan Plackemeier, Podlesh posted a 49 
yard average on six punts with three balls downa 
inside the 20-yard line. In addition, his net averac 
for the day was an impressive 47.7 yards per kick 

In 2004, Podlesh maintained a 44.8-yard averac 
(second-best in the ACC and 1 0th-best in the natioi 
while his net average (39.4) led the ACC and w; 
also seventh in the NCAA. 

In being named the second team AII-ACC punter i 
2003, Podlesh became the first freshman in schc 
history to be recognized by the league. He eame 
the honor for the second-straight season in 2004. 



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2005 SEASON STATISTICS 






ESULTS 

.ORD OVERALL 

GAMES 

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J-CONFERENCE 



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1-4 

1-3 

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W/L, Score Overall ACC Time Attend 

W, 23-20 1-0 0-0 

L, 24-28 1-1 0-1 

L, 19-31 1-2 0-1 



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W. 22-12 



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a! Temple 



W. 45-33 



3-2 2-1 



313 
315 
3:15 
1-1 3:21 

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W. 38-7 4-2 2-1 



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L, 9-28 



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L. 27-35 
W, 33-30 (Oil 



44 2-3 3:35 



67,809 
50,609 
52,413 
26 122 
52 656 
1! 311 
M 8 18 
82,626 



54 3-3 346 



L. 16-31 



5-5 34 3:27 



50,000 
51,585 



L. 14-20 



5-6 3-5 3:35 52,312 



notes Atlantic Coast Conference game. . . Rankings listed as AP / ESPN-USA Today and are correct as to the 
» of the game or in case of future opponents, are current rankings 

EAM STATISTICS 





MD 


OPP 


)RING 


270 


275 


ints Per Game 


24.5 


25.0 


ST DOWNS 


242 


195 


Shmq 


95 


92 


ssmg 


128 


85 




19 


18 


5HING YARDAGE 


1,483 


1,823 


ids gained rushing 


1,867 


2,108 


rds lost rushing 


384 


285 


shinq Attempts 


432 


459 


erage Pe' Rls^ 


3.4 


4.0 


eraqe Pet Game 


134.8 


165.7 


s Rushing 


16 


24 


SING YARDAGE 


2.740 


2.033 


-Comp-lnt 


351-210-17 


274-168-9 


erage Per Pass 


7 8 


7.4 


eraqe Per Catch 


13.0 


12.1 


eraqe s e r Game 


249.1 


184.8 


s Pass — 


15 


-1 


TAL OFFENSE 


4213 


3,856 


a: -3.5 


783 


733 


erage Per Play 


5.4 


53 


eraqe °e'G3me 


383.9 


350 5 


K RETURNS: #- YARDS 


36-794 


47-944 


IT RETURNS: #- YARDS 


27-147 


20-253 


RETURNS: #-YARDS 


9-53 


17-215 


K RETURN AVERAGE 


22 1 


20.1 


IT RETURN AVERAGE 


5.4 


12.6 


RETURN AVERAGE 


5.9 


12.6 


HBLES-LOST 


21-8 


23-11 


WLTIES-YARDS 


56-455 


73-627 


eraqe p er Gane 


44.1 


57.0 


NTS-YARDS 


44-1,918 


54-2,043 


erage Per Punt 


43.6 


37.8 


X punt averaqe 


35.6 


32.9 


E OF POSSESSION/GAME 


30:06 


29:54 


3-DOWN CONVERSIONS 


53.150 


55/156 


d-Dc-A- c c: 


35% 


35% 


1-DOWN CONVERSIONS 


10/17 


6/17 


i-D:,'.- Pet 


59% 


35% 


CKS BY-YARDS 


21-121 


31-220 


cyards 


32 


108 


UCHDOWNS SCORED 


32 


34 


U) GOALS-ATTEMPTS 


17-25 


12-16 


r-ATTEMPTS 


23-25 


33-33 


rENDANCE 


262. 129 


222 2-1 


mes/Avq Per Game 


5/52,426 


5/44.454 


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1/67.809 



OREBYQTRS 


1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


OT 


TOTAL 


rytand 


2c 


95 


50 


96 


3 


270 


Dcre-:s 


55 


54 


48 


118 





275 



Lance Ball 
Mario Mernlls 
Keon Lattimore 
Jo Jo Walker 
J P Humber 
Vernon Davis 
Joel Statham 
Sam Hollenbach 
TEAM 

Total 

Opponents 



Att Gain 
956 



18 



347 



58 
14 

4_ 

1_ 

8_ 

72 

4_ 

432 
459 



211 
66 
53 

7_ 

13_ 

214 



1867 

2108 



Loss 
53 

34_ 

30 
11 

0_ 

0_ 

13_ 

2^2 

11 

384 

285 



Net 
903 
313 
181 

55_ 

53 

7_ 

0_ 

■18 

■11 

1483 

1823 



Avg TD Lg Avg/G 



4.8 

38 

3.9 
13 2 
7.0 
0.0 

■0 2 
-2 8 
34 
40 



PASSING 





G 


Effic 


Att-Cmp-Int 


Pet 


Yds 


Sam Hollenbach 


11 


1 32 75 


315-192-15 




253''' 


Joel Statham 


3 


104 12 


36-18-2 






Total 


11 


129.82 


351-210-17 


59 3 


2740 




11 


121.89 


274-168-9 


61.3 


2033 



I. 

4 

3 




1 

2 


16 
U 



TD 



65 
24 
23 
12 
37 
7 
9 

22 

65 
38 



821 

CQ 

5.9 

06 

O0 

-1.6 
-1.0 

134.8 
165.7 



Lg Avg/G 



13 
2 
15 



BO 






67.0 



249.1 



184.8 



RECEIVING 

G 


No 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 


Lg 




Avg/G 


Vernon Davis 


11 


51 


87' 


17.1 


6 


73 




79.2 


Danny Melendez 


11 


40 


564 


14.6 


2 


80 




53.1 


Jo Jo Walker 


11 


35 


480 


13.7 


3 


67 




43.6 


Dernck Fenner 


9 


34 


417 


12.3 


2 


45 




46 3 


Lance Ball 


11 


18 


153 


8.5 





24 




13.9 


Drew Weatrierly 


9 


10 


83 


8.3 


1 


15 




92 


Jason Goode 


11 


7 


40 


57 





9 




3.6 


Keon Lattimore 


8 


4 


5 


1.2 





5 




0.6 


Danny Oquendo 


11 


3 


20 


67 





10 




1.8 


Dan Gronkowski 


5 


2 


37 


18.5 





25 




7.4 


Mane Mernlls 


11 




21 


21.0 





21 




1.9 


J P Humber 


9 




10 


10.0 





10 




1.1 


RicardoDn kersor 


11 




7 


7.0 





7 




0.7 


Tim Cesa 


9 




5 


5.0 





5 




6 


Isaiah Williams 


4 




4 


4.0 





4 




10 


Joey Haynos 


9 




3 


3.0 


1 


3 




0.3 


Total 


11 


210 


2740 


13.0 


15 


80 




249" 




11 


168 


2033 


121 


4 


59 




184.8 


PUNTING 

No. 


Yds 


Avg 


Long TB 


FC 


50+ 


120 


Blkd 


Adam Podlesh 


44 


1918 


43.6 


61 5 


7 


10 


17 





Total 


44 


1918 


43.6 


61 5 


7 


10 


17 





Opponents 


54 


2043 


37.8 


61 6 


4 


7 


11 


3 



PUNT RETURNS 

No Yds Avg TD 


Long 


Jo Jo Walker 25 141 5.6 


22 


Josh Wilson 2 6 3.0 





Total 27 147 5.4 


22 


Opponents 20 253 12.6 1 


61 


INTERCEPTIONS 

No. Yds Avg TD 


Lonq 


Christian Vamer 3 0.0 





D'Qwell Jackson 2 22 11.0 


21 


Milton Harris 1 23 23.0 


23 


Josh Wilson 1 6 6.0 


6 


William Kershaw 1 2 2.0 


2 


David Holloway 1 0.0 





Total 9 53 5.9 


23 


Opponents 17 215 12.6 4 


37 



KICK RETURNS 

No. Yds Avg 


TD 


Lonq 


Jo Jo Walker 


29 


674 


23.2 





60 


Vernon Davis 


3 


68 


22 7 





31 


Dam, Oquendo 


3 


35 


11.7 





17 


Derrick Fenner 


1 


17 


17.0 





17 


Total 


36 


794 


22.1 





60 


Opponents 


47 


944 


20.1 





35 


FUMBLE RETURNS 

No. Yds Avg TD Long 


Josh Wilson 


1 


20 


20.0 


■ 


20 


Chnstian Vamer 


1 


7 


7.0 


: 


7 


Gerrick McPhearson 1 


5 


5.0 





5 


Total 


3 


32 


10.7 


1 


20 


Opponents 


2 


108 


540 


1 


94 



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SPRING 

TD 


FGs 










DXP 


Saf 




Kick 


Rush 


Rev 


Pass 


Points 


Dan Ennis 





17-25 


23-25 




0-0 





0-0 








74 


Lance Ball 


6 


0-0 


0-0 




0-0 





0-0 








36 


Vernon Davis 


6 


0-0 


0-0 




0-0 





0-0 








36 


Mario Merrills 


4 


O-O 


0-0 




1-1 





0-0 








26 


Keon Lattimore 


3 


0-0 


0-0 




0-0 





0-0 








18 


Jo Jo Walker 


3 


0-0 


0-0 




0-0 





0-0 








18 


Derrick Fenner 


2 


0-0 


0-0 




0-0 


1 


0-0 








14 


Danny Melendez 


2 


0-0 


0-0 




0-0 





0-0 








12 


Sam Hollenbach 


2 


0-0 


0-0 




0-0 





0-5 








12 


Joey Haynos 


1 


0-0 


0-0 




0-0 





0-0 








6 


DrewWeatherly 


1 


0-0 


0-0 




0-0 





0-0 








6 


Josh Wilson 


1 


0-0 


0-0 




0-0 





0-0 








6 


Joel Statham 


1 


0-0 


0-0 




0-0 





1-1 








6 


Total 


32 


17-25 


23-25 




1-1 


1 


1-6 








270 


Opponents 


34 


12-16 


33-33 




0-1 





0-0 





1 


275 


ALL PURPOSE 

G Rush 




*ec 




PR 


KOR 


IR 


Tot 


Avg/G 


Jo Jo Walker 


11 


55 




480 




141 


674 





1350 


122.7 


Lance Ball 


11 


903 




153 













1056 


96.0 


Vemon Davis 


11 


7 




871 







68 





946 


86.0 


Danny Melendez 


11 







584 













584 


53.1 


Derrick Fenner 


9 







417 







17 





434 


48 2 


Mano Mernlls 


11 


313 




21 













334 


30 4 


Keon Lattimore 


8 


181 




5 













186 


23.2 


Drew Weatherjy_ 


9 







83 













83 


9.2 


J.P Humber 


9 


53 




10 













63 


7.0 


Danny Oquendo 


11 







20 







35 





55 


5 


Total 


11 


1483 


2740 




147 


794 


53 


5217 


474.3 


Opponents 


11 


1823 


2033 




253 


944 


215 


5268 


4789 



TOTAL OFFENSE 







G 


Plays 


Rush 




Pass 


Total 




Ave! 


Sam Hollenbach 




11 


387 


-18 




2539 


2521 




im 


Lance Ball 




11 


189 


903 







903 




81 
2j| 


Mario Merrills 




11 


82 


313 







313 




Joel Statham 




3 


44 







201 


201 




4 


Keon Lattimore 




8 


58 


181 







181 




2 


Total 




11 


783 


1483 




2740 


4223 




38i 


Opponents 




11 


733 


1823 




2033 


3856 




351 


KICKOFFS 


No. 


Yds 


Avg 


TB 


OB 


Retn 


Net 


Yd 


Chris Roberts 




58 


3487 


60.1 


11 


1 








Adam Podlesh 




1 


52 


52.0 














Total 




59 


3539 


60.0 


11 


1 


944 


40.3 




Opponents 




55 


3384 


615 


19 





794 


40.2 




FIELD GOALS 

FGM-FGA Pet 


01-19 20-29 30-39 


40-49 


50-99 


Lq 


B 


Dan Ennis 


17-25 


68.0 


0-0 


8-8 


6-9 


3-8 


0-0 


45 




Opponents 


12-16 


75.0 


0-0 


4-5 


3-5 


5-6 


0-0 


45 




FG SEQUENCE 






Maryland 






Opponents 






Navy 






(26).(27).(40) 








- 






Clemson 






(21) 








- 






West Virqinia 






(33),(34) 








(40) 






Wake Forest 






(23),(37).(25) 








(42) 






Virginia 






(45) 






(43),(39),(29) 






Temple 






(24),38,36 








- 






Virqinia Tech 






(38),38.47 








20 






Florida State 






(40).(35) 








47 






North Carolina 






42,43,(37)^28) 






(45).(41),(2< 






Boston Colleqe 






(27) 








38,(27) 






NC State 






45,44 








38),(29) 







Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field qoal was made 



DEFENSE 



GP 



Solo 



-Tackles 

Ast Total 



TFL/Yds 



|-Sacks-| 
No-Yds 



|— Pass Def— I 
Int-Yds BrtJp 



QBH 



I Fumbles | 

Rcv-Yds FF 



Blkd 
Kick 



Saf 



52 


D'Qwell Jackson 


10 


56 


81 


137 


6.5-24 


4.0-1 £ 


2-22 


1 1 








27 


Milton Harris 


11 


46 


36 


82 


6 0-54 


1.0-S 


1-22 


3 2 4 




48 


William Kershaw 


10 


(4 


42 


76 


5.5-12 


1 0-2 


1-2 


1 ... 




4 


Josh Wilson 


11 


41 


32 


73 


3 5-'? 


2.0-12 


i-e 


8 2-20 2 




54 


David Holloway 


11 


31 


30 


61 


4.5-24 


3.0-21 


1-C 


3 2 2 1 




35 


Wesley Jefferson 


11 


19 


38 


57 


3.0-16 


1.0-12 




1-0 2 




55 


Trey Covinqton 


11 


15 


24 


39 


5 5-24 


3.0-14 




3 






95 


Conrad Bolston 


11 


17 


21 


38 


5.5-32 


5.0-3C 




1-0 2 






38 


Gernck McPhearson 


11 


26 


11 


37 


0.5-0 






6 3-5 1 






3 


Christian Varner 


11 


18 


18 


36 


1.0-1 




3-C 


3 1-7 






40 


Jeremy Navarre 


11 


7 


18 


25 


2.5-9 






1 1 








12 


Marcus Wimbush 


11 


11 


9 


20 


0.5-0 






1 








92 


Dre Moore 


10 


8 


10 


18 


1 0-5 














50 


Jermaine Lemons 


11 


7 


11 


18 
















20 


Isaiah Gardner 


10 


9 


6 


15 








2 








67 


Jack Griffin 


11 


3 


8 


11 
















68 


Carlos Feliciano 


11 


2 


9 


11 








1 








17 


Danny Oquendo 


11 


5 


5 


10 








2-0 








29 


Jeff Allen 


11 


4 


5 


9 
















% 


Omarr Savaqe 


11 


4 


5 


9 


1.0-2 


1.0-2 




1-0 








30 


J J Justice 


11 


4 


5 


9 
















34 


Dave Philistin 


10 


5 


2 


7 


0.5-0 






1 








88 


Greq Powell 


11 


4 


3 


7 
















2 


Kevin Barnes 


10 


4 




4 








1 








42 


Chase Bullock 


1 




4 


4 
















31 


Andrew Schmitl 


11 


1 


2 


3 
















91 


Mack Frosl 


6 


2 


1 


3 








1 








36 


Adam Podlesh 


11 


1 


1 


2 
















69 


Donnie Woods 


11 


2 




2 
















83 


Derrick Fenner 


9 


2 




2 
















24 


Richard Taylor 


7 




1 


















84 


Derek Miller 


11 


1 




















58 


Brandon Nivon 


11 


1 




















49 


Chris Roberts 


11 


1 




















18 


Vemon Davis 


11 


1 




















44 


Lance Ball 


11 


1 




















9 


Jo Jo Walker 


11 


1 












1 









Total 


11 


401 


438 


839 


47-220 


21-121 


9- 53 


33 


10 


11- 32 


12 


3 




Opponents 


11 


432 


417 


849 


89-353 


31-220 


17-215 


34 


25 


8-108 


14 




1 



BLOCKED KICKS 

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OFFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME 



JSHING 



•Yds /TD 


#7 Humber 


#8 Merrills 


#9 Walker 


#14 Hollenbach 


#16 Statham 


#21 Lattimore 


#44 Ball 


. Navy 


dnp-cd 


30-149 1 


1-21 


3-2 i 


dnp-cd 


H-fl/0 


5-39 / 




'•■rnson 


dnp-cd 


15-21/0 


0-0/0 


8-(-25)/1 


dnp-cd 


7-26/0 


8-34/0 




st Virginia 


0-0 / 


9-35/0 


2-11/0 


10-2/0 


dnp-cd 


1-(-3)/0 


7-5/0 




Afake Forest 


0-0 / 


6 t 


l-(-6)/0 


6-45/0 


dnp-cd 


15-76; 1 


17-51/0 




ginia 


0-0 1 


0-0 ' l) 


4-23/0 


7-23 : 


dnp-cd 


16-46/2 


17 163/2 




■Temple 


4-53/0 


12-66 3 


1-6 


5-26 / 1 


3-(-5)/0 


10-20/0 


11-54/1 




ginia Tech 


0-0 / 


1-0/0 


1-(-1)/0 


8-5 1 


dnp-cd 


8-17/0 


15-75/0 






-"londa State 


0-0 : 


3-17/0 


2-(-3)/0 


2-(-13) /0 


5-5 / 1 


dnp-inj 


21-120/0 






North Carolina 


0-0 : 


0-0 / 


2-4 / 1) 


7-(-14l 1) 


dnp-cd 


0-0 / 


39-161 / 1 






ston College 


0-0/0 


3-21/0 


0-0/0 


7-(-30) / 


0-0/0 


dnp-inj 


26-135/1 






n|C Slate 


0-0/0 


3-3/0 


0-0/0 


9-(-39)/0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


21-66/1 


ECEIVING 


6-Yds. / TD 


#5R.Dickerson 


#8 Merrills 


#9 Walker 


#11 Weatherly 


#13Gronkowski 


#15Goode 


#17 0quendo 


Navy 


1-7/0 


0-0 / 


5-53/0 


4-36 I 


1-12/0 


1-8/0 


0-0/0 






mson 


0-0/0 


0-0 / 


1-14 


2-28/0 


1-25/0 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 






st Virginia 


0-0 / 


0-0 / 


5-48 1 


0-0 / 


0-0/0 


1-4 


0-0/0 






A/ake Forest 


0-0 / 


0-0 / 


2-47/0 


dnp-mj 


dnp-cd 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 






jima 


0-0 ' 


0-0/0 


6-69 ' 


0-0 / 


dnp-cd 


1-7 


0-0/0 






remple 


0-0 l 


0-0 1 


2-18/0 


0-0 / 


0-0/0 


1-4/0 


1-10/0 






ginia Tech 


0-0 ' 


0-0/0 


1-6/0 


0-0 / 


0-0/0 


0-0 / 


0-0/0 






-"londa State 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


3-50/1 


2-11/0 


dnp-cd 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 






\lorth Carolina 


0-0 I 


0-0/0 


1-67/1 


dnp-inj 


dnp-cd 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 






ston College 


0-0 / 


1-21 


6-47:0 


0-0 / 


dnp-cd 


1-5-0 


0-0/0 






nIC State 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


3-61/0 


2-8/0 


dnp-cd 


2-12/0 


2-10/0 




c-Yds. / TD 


#18 Davis 


#21 Lattimore 


#44 Ball 


#80 Haynos 


#81 Abiamiri 


#83 Fenner 


#85 Melendez 


Navy 


2-26/0 


1-2/0 


2-37/0 


0-0 


dnp-cd 


2-36/0 


0-0/0 




■mson 


6-140/1 


24/0 


0-0/0 


1-3/1 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


5-74/0 






'St Virginia 


5-158/1 


0-0 / 


1-1/0 


0-0/0 


dnp-cd 


6-48/0 


2-32/0 






,Vake Forest 


2-28 ' 


0-0 / 


2-9 i 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


3-33/0 


3-52/0 






ginia 


4-59/1 


1+1) /o 


1-4/0 


0-0/0 


dnp-cd 


3-57/0 


9-125/1 






Temple 


5-79/0 


0-0/0 


2-7/0 


0-0/0 


dnp-cd 


442/0 


5-78/0 






•ginia Tech 


448/0 


0-0/0 


2-9/0 


0-0/0 


dnp-cd 


3-63/1 


4-32/0 






Florida State 


4-54/0 


dnp-mj 


2-27/0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


349/1 


2-15/0 






!N)orth Carolina 


7-139/1 


0-0 / 


3-28/0 


0-0/0 


dnp-cd 


6-53/0 


2-87/1 






ston College 


4-32/1 


dnp-inj 


2-25/0 


0-0/0 


dnp-cd 


4-36/0 


6-59/0 






NC State 


8-108 / 1 


dnp-inj 


1-6 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


2-30/0 






ASSINC 


k 






FIELD G< 


)ALS 




PUNTING 


By] td 


#14 Hollenbach 


#16 Statham 




Made, Missed 


#22 Ennis 




No-Avq. / In20 #36 Podlesh 




Navy 


30-19-2/217/1 


dnp-cd 




vs. Navy 


26q, 27q, 40q 


vs. Navy 


249.5/0 




imson 


28-18-1/288/2 


dnp-cd 




Clemson 


21a 


Clemson 


347.3/1 




st Virginia 


31-20-0 / 291 / 2 


dnp-cd 




West Virginia 


33g, 34g 


West Virginia 


6-38.7/1 




^ake Forest 


22-12-1/169/0 


dnp-cd 




at Wake Forest 


23g, 37g, 25g 


at Wake Forest 


649.7/3 




ginia 


33-25-2/320/2 


dnp-cd 




Virginia 


45g 


Virginia 


249.5/1 




femple 


29-19-1/228/0 


6-3-0/24/0 




at Temple 


24g, 38wl, 36wr 


alTe-ipe 


149.0/1 




ginia Tech 


30-14-2/158/1 


dnp-cd 




Virginia Tech 


38g, 38sh. 47wr 


Virginia Tech 543.6/1 




^da State 


1-1-0/29/0 


29-15-1/177/2 




at Florida State 


40g,35g 




at Florida State 443.0/2 


North Carolina 


31-19-2/374/3 


dnp-cd 




at North Carolina 


42w1, 43wl, 37g, 2 


Bg 


at North Carolina 442.5/3 




ston College 


45-25-2/230/1 


1-0-1/0/0 




Boston College 


27g 




Boston College 6-37.8/2 




NC State 


35-20-2/235/1 


inp-cd 




atSCStatt 


45wr. 44wl 




it NC State 542.4/2 






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UT-AT-n/Sk 


#2 Barnes 


#3 Varner 


#4 Wilson 


#12Wimbush 


#17 0quendo 


#20 I.Gardner 


#27 Harris #29 Jf.Allen 




vs. Navy 


0-0-0/0.0 


4-0-4/0.0 


1-2-3/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


2-0-2/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 




Clemson 


2-0-2/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


3-4-7/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


3-3-6/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 




West Virginia 


1-0-1/0.0 


1-34/0.0 


5-6-11/1.0 


2-1-3/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 


dnp-inj 


4-2-6/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 




at Wake Forest 


0-0-0/0.0 


2-0-2/0.0 


3-0-3/0.0 


2-1-3/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


6-0-6/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 




Virginia 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-5-6/0.0 


9-3-12/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


1-0,1/0.0 


3-14/0.0 


4-1-5/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 




at Temple 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


2-3-5/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


0-3-3/0.0 


44-8/1.0 


0-1-1/0.0 




Virginia Tech 


1-0-1/0.0 


2-3-5/0.0 


3-4-7/1.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


5-2-7/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 




at Florida State 


0-0-0/0.0 


3-6-9/0.0 


2-24/0.0 


34-7/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


2-1-3/0.0 


1-5-6/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 




at North Carolina 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


34-7/0.0 


2-1-3/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


2-1-3/0.0 


9-7-16/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 




Boston College 


dnp-cd 


1-1-2/0.0 


5-3-8/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


5-7-12/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 




at NC State 


0-0-0/0.0 


2-0-2/0.0 


5-1-6/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


3-5-8/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 




UT-AT-TT/Sk 


#30 Justice 


#34 Philistin 


#35 Jefferson 


#38 McPhearsn 


#40 Navarre 






vs. Navy 


2-1-3/0.0 


dnp-cd 


2-1-3/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 










Clemson 


1-0-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


2-6-8/0.0 


2-24/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 










West Virginia 


0-1-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


3-10-13/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


14-5/0.0 










at Wake Forest 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


5-1-6/1.0 


2-0-2/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 










Virginia 


1-0-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 


2-3-5/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 










at Temple 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


0-9-9/0.0 


5-1-6/0.0 


2-24/0.0 










Virginia Tech 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 


4-2-6/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 










at Florida Stale 


0-1-1/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


1-34/0.0 


2-0-2/0.0 


2-1-3/0.0 










at North Carolina 


0-2-2/0.0 


2-0-2/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


0-5-5/0.0 










Boston College 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 


5-2-7 


1-1-2/0.0 










at NC State 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 


44-8/0.0 


2-1-3/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 












UT-AT-TT/Sk 


#48 Kershaw 


#50 Lemons 


#52 Jackson 


#54 Holloway 


#55 Covinqton 


#67 Griffin 


#68 Feliciano 


vs. Navy 


1-1-2/0.0 


2-6-8/0.0 


9-9-18/1.0 


5-1-6/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 






Clemson 


2-5-7/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 


4-12-16/0.0 


34-7/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


1-2-3/0.0 






West Virginia 


5-5-10/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


2-13-15/0.0 


3-7-10/0.0 


54-9/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 






at Wake Forest 


8-0-8/0.0 


1-0-1 


8-1-9 


2-24/0.0 


4-1-5/1.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 






Virginia 


3-4-7/1.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


5-9-14/1.0 


2-1-3/1.0 


2-24/2.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 






at Temple 


1-8-9/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


dnp-mj 


0-3-3/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 


044/0.0 


0-3-3/0.0 






Virginia Tech 


4-5-9/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


4-7-11/0.0 


3-3-6/0.0 


3-6-9/0.0 


1-0-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 






at Florida State 


4-7-11/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


5-10-15/0.0 


4-3-7/1.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 






at North Carolina 


5-4-9/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


5-5-10/0.0 


2-24/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 






Boston College 


1-34/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 


5-11-16/0.0 


3-3-6/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 






at NC State 


dnp-cd 


1-0-1/0.0 


94-13/2.0 


4-1-5/1.0 


1-2-3/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 








UT-AT-TT/Sk 


#88 G.Powell 


#91 Frost 


#92 Moore 


#95 Bolston 


#97 Marsh 


#98 Savage 








i/s Navy 


1-0-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


2-1-3/0.0 


2-1-3/0.0 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0/0.0 








Clemson 


0-2-2/0.0 


2-0-2/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


3-2-5/1.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 








West Virginia 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 


1-2-3/1.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 








at Wake Forest 


1-0-1/0.0 


dnp-cd 


1-0-1/0.0 


1-2-3/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 








Virginia 


0-0-0/0.0 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-2-3/1.0 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0/0.0 








at Temple 


0-1-1/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 


dnp-mj 


14-5/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-2-2/0.0 








Virginia Tech 


0-0-0/0.0 


dnp-cd 


24-6/0.0 


1-2-3/0.0 


dnp-cd 


0-1-1/0.0 








at Florida State 


0-0-0/0.0 


dnp-cd 


0-2-2/0.0 


2-1-3/0.0 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0/0.0 








at North Carolina 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


1-1-2/0.0 


2-24/0.0 


dnp-cd 


0-0-0/0.0 








Boston College 


1-0-1/0.0 


dnp-cd 


1-1-2/0.0 


2-3-5/1.0 


dnp-cd 


0-1-1/0.0 








at NC State 


1-0-1/0.0 


0-0-0/0.0 


0-0-0 


1-0-1/1.0 


dnp-cd 


4-04/1.0 









dnp-inj - did not playfmjury; dnp-cd - did not play/coach's decision 



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TEAM GAME-BY-GAME 



Turnovers 

''akeaways - 20 

giveaways - 25 

Mots Following Turnovers 

! Md - 33 (4 TD. 3 FG) 

|Opp.-83(11TD.2FG) 

Special Teams 

.■flocked Kicks (by Md.) - 3 
Blocked Kicks (by Opp.) - 

Kick off Coverage 

flckoffs - Md. 59. Opp 55 
Fair Catches By - Md. 0, Opp. 
Touch backs By - Md. 11.0pp. 19 
Onside Attempts - 
I Md. 1 (0 rec.). Opp. (0 rec.) 
Out of Bounds By - Md 1 . Opp. 
Returns Allowed (Md.) - 47-944 (20 1 avg ) 
Returns Allowed (Opp.) - 36-794 (22.1 avg ) 



Punt Coverage 

Punts - Md. 44. Opp. 54 

Blocks By - Md. 3. Opp. 

Fair Catches Forced - Md 7, Opp. 4 

Touchbacks By - Md. 5, Opp. 6 

Inside 20 -Md. 17, Opp. 11 

Returns Allowed (Md.) - 20-253 (12.6 avg.) 

Returns Allowed (Opp ) - 27-147 (5.4 avg.) 

Red Zone 

Md Scores/Times in Red Zone 
Sconng Percentage - 37-47 (.787) 
TD Percentage - 23-47 (.489) 
Scores - 37 (23 TD. 14 FG) 
Non-Scores - 10 (2 Fumbles, 4 Int. 
3 Missed FG. 1 Downs) 

Odd. Scores/Times in Red Zone 
Sconng Percentage - 33-38 (.868) 
TD Percentage - 26-38 (.684) 
Scores - 33 (26 TD. 7 FG) 
Non-Scores - 5 (2 Downs, Fumble. 2 

M-FG) 



V 



, 


SCORE 


FIRST DOWNS 
Tot Ru-Pa-Pe 


RUSHING 
No-Yds-TD 


PASSINC 
A-C-l 


Yds 


TD 


TOTAL OFF. 
Pl-Yds 


PUNTS 
No-Avg 


FUM 
F-L 


PEN 
No-Yds 


SACKS BY 
No-Yds 


3RD 
DNS 


4TH 
DNS 


TIME OF 
POSS. 


I ■YLAND 
avy 


23 
20 


29 

17 


16-12-1 
12- 5-0 


40-210-1 
49-246-3 


30-19-2 
12- 5-1 


217 
97 


1 



70-427 
61-343 


249.5 
444,2 


2-0 
0-0 


2-20 
8-51 


1- 2 
1-13 


2- 9 
6-14 


1-1 
24 


29:43 
30:17 


YLAND 
ison 


24 
28 


19 
19 


4-13-2 
7- 7-5 


38- 56-1 
40-114-2 


28-18-1 
22-18-0 


288 
178 


2 
2 


66-344 
62-292 


•:4- | 
4-36,5 


2-1 
3-0 


8-98 
4-37 


1- 5 
3-18 


4-13 
5-14 


34 
1-2 


30:26 
29:34 


YLAND 
Virginia 


31 


15 
18 


2-12-1 
13- 3-2 


29- 50-0 
64-301-4 


31-20-0 
11- 8-0 


291 
86 


2 



60-341 
75-387 


6-38 7 
6-30,8 


4-1 
3-1 


4-30 
9-68 


2- 6 
2-17 


2-13 
9-19 


1-3 
0-0 


24 20 
35:40 


YLAND 

9ke Forest 

- 


22 
12 


19 
14 


11- 7-1 
6- 7-1 


46-162-1 
39-111-1 


22-12-1 
35-18-0 


169 
133 






68-331 
74-244 


649 7 
847.4 


2-1 
4-2 


445 
5-50 


2-16 
1- 2 


3-12 
5-19 


0-0 
0-3 


30:30 
29:30 


"YLAND 


45 
33 


33 
19 


15-16-2 
9-10-0 


46-250-4 
35-136-2 


33-25-2 
35-17-0 


320 
270 


2 



79-570 
70406 


249.5 
441,5 


2-0 

1-0 


5-31 
2-30 


6-22 
1-9 


7-11 

7-17 


1-1 
1-2 


32:02 
27:58 


.YLAND 
me 


v- 


11 


13-11-2 
3- 6-2 


46-220-5 
37-110-1 


35-22-1 
16- 8-1 


252 

116 






81-472 

53-226 


1490 
7-29 


3-1 
3-3 


5-34 
7-71 


1- 9 
2-11 


5-13 
3-12 


1-3 
0-0 


33:21 
26:39 


:yland 
nia Tech 


9 
28 


16 
25 


8- 5-3 
15- 8-2 


33- 96-0 
48-286-4 


30-14-2 
23-14-3 


158 
211 


1 




63-254 
71497 


543.6 
243.0 


1-0 

2-1 


549 
7-71 


1- 8 
4-28 


4-15 
5-10 


0-0 
0-1 


29:25 
30:35 


IYLAND 
onda Slate 


27 

35 


19 

Li. 


6-10-3 
9-11-2 


33-126-1 
33-136-3 


30-16-1 
37-27-2 


206 
264 


2 

1 


63-332 
70400 


4430 
2-34.5 


1-1 
1-0 


440 
9-91 


1- 6 
3-18 


6-14 
6-12 


1-2 
0-1 


27:02 
3258 


IYLAND 
or* Carolina 


30 


24 
18 


9-14-1 
5-13-0 


49-150-1 
28- 89-1 


31-19-2 
40-25-0 


374 
335 


3 

1 


80-524 
68424 


442.5 
741.1 


0-0 
2-1 


4-35 
8-55 


0-0 
3-21 


6-18 
3-13 


1-1 

1-1 


31:59 
28:01 


TrlAND 
on College 


16 
31 


24 

18 


8-15-1 
9- 9-0 


39-133-1 
44-221-2 


46-25-3 
24-16-1 


230 
230 


1 



85-363 
68451 


6-37.8 
3-26.0 


2-1 
3-3 


1-10 
7-54 


1-11 
4-29 


8-18 
3-12 


0-1 
0-2 


32:29 
27:31 


MAND 
C State 


14 
20 


18 

14 


3-13-2 
4- 6-4 


33- 30-1 
42- 73-1 


35-20-2 
19-12-1 


235 
113 


1 



68-265 
61-186 


5424 
7-38.0 


2-2 
1-0 


14-93 
749 


5-33 
7-54 


6-14 
3-14 


1-1 


29 5". 



TERRAP 

Record 

Home 

Away 

Neutral 


INS WW 

Total ACC 

5-6 3-5 

14 1-3 

3-2 2-2 


IEN... 

Leading at Halftime 


Total 

.3-3 


ACC 

2-3 


.0-0 


0-0 

1-2 


Behind at Halftime 

Leading After 3rd Qtr 
Tied After 3rd Qtr 
Behind After 3rd Qtr 

Overtime 

Sconng 20+ Points 

Sconng 30+ Points 


...2-3 


1-0... 

...Lost 2... 


0-0 

Lost 2 
Lost 2 
Lost 1 

34 
0-1 
1-5 

1-1 
1-2 
1-2 

14 

2-0 

2-5 

3-0 

0-1 


...2-2 

....0-0 

....34 

....1-0 

....5-2 

....3-0 


1-2 
0-0 
2-3 

1-0 

3-2 
2-0 


Current Home Streak 
Current Road Streak 

Day Game 

Night Game 

TV Game 

September 

October 


...Lost 2... 
. Lost 1 

4-5... 

1-1... 

4-6... 

2-2... 

2-2.... 


Allowing 10- Points 

Allowing 20- Points 


...1-0 

...3-1 


0-0 

1-1 

2-2 
0-2 
2-0 
1-0 

3-2 
0-1 


With 100- Yard Rusher 
Allowing 100- Yard Rusher 
With 300- Yard Passer 


...3-2 

...1-2 

....2-0 

....1-0 

...5-2 


November 

vs. Top 25 

Sconng First 

Come-From-Behind 

Leading After 1st Qtr 
Tied After 1st Qtr 


1-2.... 

14... 

3-0... 

4-6... 

30.... 

0-2... 


Allowing 300-Yard Passer 
Outgam Opponent 




....1-1 


More Time of Possession 


....4-2 


3-2 


Behind After 1st Qtr 


24.... 


04 








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SEASON SUPERLATIVES 

Individual Maryland Game Highs Individual Opponent Game Highs 



Rushes 


39 


Lance Ball at North Carolina (Nov 12, 2005) 


Yards Rushing 


163 


Lance Ball vs Virqinia (Oct 01, 2005) 


TD Rushes 


3 


Mario Merrills at Temple (Oct 08, 2005) 


Lonq Rush 


65 


Lance Ball vs Boston College (Nov 19, 2005) 


Pass attempts 


45 


Sam Hollenbach vs Boston College (Nov 19, 2005) 


Pass completions 


25 


Sam Hollenbach vs Virginia (Oct 01, 2005) 


Yards Passinq 


374 


Sam Hollenbach vs Boston College (Nov 19, 2005) 
Sam Hollenbach at North Carolina (Nov 12, 2005) 


TD Passes 


3 


Sam Hollenbach at North Carolina (Nov 12, 2005) 


Lonq Pass 


80 


Sam Hollenbach at North Carolina (Nov 12, 2005) 


Receptions 


9 


Danny Melendez vs Virginia (Oct 01 , 2005) 


Yards Receivinq 


158 


Vernon Davis vs West Virginia (Sep 17, 2005) 


TD Receptions 


1 


15 times, most recent by 

Vernon Davis at NC State (Nov 26, 2005) 


Lonq Reception 


80 
3 


Danny Melendez at North Carolina (Nov 12, 2005) 


Field Goals 


Dan Ennis vs Navy (Sep 03, 2005) 


Dan Ennis at Wake Forest (Sep 24, 2005) 


Lonq Field Goal 


45 


Dan Ennis vs Virginia (Oct 01 , 2005) 


Punts 


6 


Adam Podlesh vs West Virginia (Sep 17, 2005) 


Adam Podlesh at Wake Forest (Sep 24, 2005) 


Adam Podlesh vs Boston College (Nov 19, 2005) 


Punting Avg 
Long Punl 


49 7 
61 


Adam Podlesh at Wake Forest (Sep 24, 2005) 
Adam Podlesh vs Navy (Sep 03, 2005) 


Lonq Punt Return 


22 


Jo Jo Walker at Temple (Oct 08, 2005) 


Lonq Kickoff Return 


60 


Jo Jo Walker at Florida State (Oct 29, 2005) 


Tackles 


18 


D'Qwell Jackson vs Navy (Sep 03, 2005) 


Sacks 


2.0 


Trey Covinqton vs Virqinia (Oct 01, 2005) 






D'Qwell Jackson at NC State (Nov 26, 2005) 


Tackles For Loss 


3.5 


D'Qwell Jackson at NC State (Nov 26, 2005) 


Interceptions 


1 


Christian Varner vs Navy (Sep 03, 2005) 


Christian Varner at Temple (Oct 08, 2005) 


Christian Varner vs Virqinia Tech (Oct 20, 2005) 


Milton Harris vs Virqinia Tech (Oct 20, 2005) 


D'Qwell Jackson vs Virqinia Tech (Oct 20, 2005) 


William Kershaw at Florida State (Oct 29, 2005) 


David Holloway at Florida State (Oct 29, 2005) 


D'Qwell Jackson vs Boston College (Nov 19, 2005) 


Josh Wilson at NC State (Nov 26, 2005) 


Maryland Team Highs 

Rushes 49 at North Carolina (Nov 12, 2005) 


Yards Rushinq 


250 


vs Virginia (Oct 01, 2005) 


Yards Per Rush 


5.4 


vs Virginia (Oct 01, 2005) 


TD Rushes 


5 


al Temple (Oct 08, 2005) 


Pass attempts 


46 


vs Boston College (Nov 19. 2005) 


Pass completions 


25 


vs Virginia (Oct 01, 2005) 


Yards Passing 


374 


vs Boston College (Nov 19, 2005) 
at North Carolina (Nov 12, 2005) 


Yards Per Pass 


12.1 


at North Carolina (Nov 12, 2005J 


TD Passes 


3 


at North Carolina (Nov 12, 2005) 


Total Plays 


85 


vs Boston College (Nov 19. 2005) 


Total Offense 


570 


vs Virqinia (Oct 01, 2005) 


Yards Per Play 


7.2 


vs Virginia (Oct 01, 2005) 


Points 


45 


vs Virginia (Oct 01, 2005) 


Sacks By 


6 


vs Virginia (Oct 01, 2005) 


First Downs 


33 


vs Virqinia (Oct 01 , 2005) 


Penalties 


14 


at NC State (Nov 26, 2005) 


Penalty Yards 


98 


vs Clemson (Sep 10, 20051 


Turnovers 


4 


vs Boston College (Nov 19. 2005) 




at NC State (Nov 26, 2005) 


Interceptions By 


3 


vs Virginia Tech (Oct 20, 2005) 



Rushes 


25 


FERGUSON, Umar, at Temple (Oct 08, 2005) 


Yards Rushinq 


133 


Vick, M„ vs Virqinia Tech (Oct 20, 2005) 


TD Rushes 


2 


Hall, Matt, vs Navy (Sep 03, 2005) 


Mernweather.R, vs Clemson (Sep 10, 2005) 


GWALTNEY, Jason, vs West Virqinia (Sep 17, 2005) 






Marques Haqans, vs Virqinia (Oct 01 , 2005) 




Imoh, M , vs Virqinia Tech (Oct 20, 2005) 


Lonq Rush 


38 


Merriweather.R, vs Clemson (Sep 10, 2005) 


Vick, M„ vs Virqinia Tech (Oct 20, 2005) 


Pass attempts 


40 


Baker, M, at North Carolina (Nov 12, 2005) 


Pass completions 


27 


Weatherford, D, at Florida State (Oct 29, 2005) 


Yards Passing 


335 


Baker, M, at North Carolina (Nov 12, 2005) 


TD Passes 


2 


WhitehurstC, vs Clemson (Sep 10, 2005) 


Lonq Pass 


59 


Marques Haqans, vs Virginia (Oct 01, 2005) 


Receptions 


7 


Davis, C, at Flonda State (Oct 29, 2005) 


Reid, W, at Florida State (Oct 29, 2005) 


Yards Receivinq 


115 


Holley, J, at North Carolina (Nov 12, 2005) 


TD Receptions 


2 


Baham.C, vs Clemson (Sep 10, 2005) 


Long Reception 


59 


Fontel Mines, vs Virginia (Oct 01, 2005) 


Field Goals 


4 


Connor Hughes, vs Virginia (Oct 01 . 2005) 


Lonq Field Goal 


45 


Barth, C, at North Carolina (Nov 12, 2005) 


Punts 


8 


Plackemeier, R, at Wake Forest (Sep 24, 2005) 


Puntinq Avq 


47.4 


Plackemeier, R, at Wake Forest (Sep 24, 2005) 


Long Punl 


61 


Plackemeier, R, at Wake Forest (Sep 24, 2005) 


Lonq Punt Return 


61 


Reid, W, at Flonda State (Oct 29 2005 


Lonq Kickoff Return 


35 


Michael Johnson, vs Virginia (Oct 01, 2005) 


Tackles 


14 


SCHULTZ, G„ at Temple (Oct 08, 2005) 


Hall, V., vs Virqinia Tech (Oct 20, 2005) 


Silva, J, vs Boston College (Nov 19, 2005) 


Sacks 


4.0 


Williams, M„ at NC State (Nov 26, 2005) 


Tackles For Loss 


5 


Williams, M„ at NC State (Nov 26, 2005) 


Interceptions 


2 


Hudson, M„ at NC State (Nov 26, 2005) 



Opponent Team Highs 



Rushes 


64 
301 


vs West Virqinia (Sep 17, 2005) 


Yards Rushing 


vs West Virqinia (Sep 17, 2005) 


Yards Per Rush 


6.0 


vs Virqinia Tech (Oct 20, 2005) 


TD Rushes 


4 


vs West Virqinia (Sep 17, 2005) 




vs Virqinia Tech (Oct 20, 2005) 


Pass attempts 


40 


at North Carolina (Nov 12, 2005) 


Pass completions 


27 


at Florida State (Oct 29, 2005) 


Yards Passing 


335 


at North Carolina (Nov 12, 2005) 


Yards Per Pass 


9.6 


vs Boston Colleqe (Nov 19, 2005) 


TD Passes 


2 


vs Clemson (Sep 10, 2005) 


Total Plays 


75 


vs West Virginia [Sep 17, 2005) 


Total Offense 


497 


vs Virqinia Tech (Oct 20, 2005) 


Yards Per Play 


7.0 


vs Virginia Tech (Oct 20, 2005) 


Points 


35 


at Florida State (Oct 29, 2005) 


Sacks By 


7 


at NC State (Nov 26, 2005) 


First Downs 


25 


vs Virginia Tech (Oct 20, 2005) 


Penalties 


9 


vs West Virginia (Sep 17, 2005) 
at Flonda State [Oct 29, 2005) 


Penalty Yards 


91 


at Flonda State (Oct 29, 2005) 


Turnovers 


4 


at Temple (Oct 08, 2005) 


vs Virginia Tech (Oct 20, 2005) 


vs Boston College (Nov 19, 2005) 


Interceptions By 


3 


vs Boston College (Nov 19, 2005) 



118 • 2005 SEASON IN REVIEW 



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PARTICIPATION CHART 




,JI0RS(15) 


NA 


cu 


wv 


WF 


VA 


TM 


VT 


FS 


NC 


BC 


ST 


',}.DIckerson FB 


s 


s 


s 


S 


s 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Merrills TB 


s 


s 


s 


s 


X 


X 


X 


S 


X 


X * 


X 


Walker WR 


s 


s 


s 


s 


S 


X 


S 


S 


X 


S 


X 


C.Williams DB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


Ml 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


Harris SS 


S 


s 


s 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


Js.Allen TB 


ln| 


Inj 


in) 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


'"I 


inj 


inj 


inj 


McPhearson CB 


X 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


Kershaw LB 


S 


s 


s 


s 


S 


s 


S 


s 


S 


S 


cd 


Jackson LB 


S 


s 


s 


s 


s 


inj 


s 


s 


s 


S 


S 


McDonald C 


s 


s 


s 


s 


S 


S 


s 


s 


s 


s 


s 


Heyer OT 


Inj 


m| 


ini 


ini 


m| 


in| 


inj 


inj 


in| 


in| 


ini 


Bonham OG 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


Fenner WR 


S 


m| 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


cd 


Miller OT TE 


S 


S 


s 


X 


X 


S 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Melendez WR 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


X 


X 


S 


X 


S 


ss Participation 


11-9 


10-9 


12-10 


11-9 


11-8 


11-7 


12-7 


11-8 


11-7 


11-7 


10-5 


YIORS (22) 


NA 


CU 


WV 


WF 


VA 


TM 


VT 


FS 


NC 


BC 


ST 


Wilson CB 


s 


s 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


Humber TB 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Weatherly WR 


X 


S 


X 


inj 


X 


X 


X 


X 


inj 


X 


S 


Wimbush SS 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Hollenbach QB 


S 


s 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


X 


S 


S 


S 


Stalham QB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


S 


cd 


X 


cd 


Davis TE 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


Reddick OB 


tr 


tr 


tr 


tr 


tr 


Ir 


tr 


tr 


tr 


tr 


tr 


Ennis PK 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


Jones TB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


Podlesh P 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


Petty LB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


Brooks LB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


Callahan TB 


inj 


inj 


ini 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


Smith L B 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


ini 


Holloway LB 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


Quaintance OG 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


Abiamin WR 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


Schell It 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Powell WR 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Bolston DT 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


Armstrong DT 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


iss Participation 


11-7 


11-8 


12-7 


11-7 


12-7 


14-7 


12-7 


13-7 


11-7 


13-7 


12-8 


'PHOMORES (25) 


NA 


CU 


WV 


WF 


VA 


TM 


VT 


FS 


NC 


BC 


ST 


Vamer CB 


S 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


Goode H-Back 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


SteftyQB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


Amadi FS 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


I.Gardner SS 


s 


X 


inj 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Lattimore TB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


S 


inj 


X 


inj 


inj 


Saha FS 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


Justice SS 


X 


s 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


CesaFB 


inj 


inj 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


X 


Jefferson LB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


Ball TB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


X 


X 


X 


S 


S 


S 


Lemons DE 


S 


S 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Fokou _S 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


McDermond LS 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Nixon OT 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


Crummey OG 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


Clig : 3 


inj 


inj 


X 


cd 


X 


inj 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


Griffin DT 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


X 


X 


X 


Feliciano DT 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Woods OG 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


BurteyOT 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Haynos TE 


X 


X 




X 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


)PHOMORES(Cont.)NA 


CU 


WV 


WF 


VA 


TM 


VT 


FS 


NC 


BC 


ST 



M WootenWR cdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcd 

92 Moore DT XXX X X inj X x S S S 

98 Savage DE xxxxxxxxx > 

Class Participation 17-7 17-6 19-5 19-5 21-6 19-6 19-6 19-6 20-7 18-7 18-8 



R-FRESHMEN (21) 

1 Henderson LB 

2 Barnes CB 
4 Sheahin OB 

13 D.Gronkowski TE 

23 Hon WR 

24 Taylor FS 

31 A.SchmittLS 
39 Egekeze PK 
42 Bullock LB 

42 B.Dickerso n LB 

43 DeeseFB 

49 R.Costa LB 



NA 
ill) 



CU 
_inj_ 



WV WF 

inj inj 



cd cd 



cd cd 



cd 

cd 
cd 



VA 

inj 

cd 
cd 

cd 



TM 
inj 



VT FS NC 



ST 

inj 



cd cd 



Cd 

cd 
cd 



cd 
cd 
cd 



BC 

JdL 

cd x 

cd cd 

cd cd 

cd cd 



cd 



cd 



inj inj inj inj inj inj 



mj cd cd 



cd 



cd cd cd cd cd 



cd cd cd cd 



cd 



cd cd cd cd cd inj cd cd cd cd 



cd 



inj inj inj 



cd cd cd cd cd cd cd cd cd cd 



cd 



49 Roberts PK 



55 Covington DE 



60 E.Williams OT 



61 Oliver OL 



cd 



cdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcd 



75 Randolph OT 

76 Thomas OT 



cd 



cd cd 



cd cd cd cd 



89 Goldberg WR cdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcd 



cd 



91 Frost DE 



cd cd 



cd cd 



cd 



97 Marsh NT 



cd 



cd 



cd cd cd cd 



cd 



Class Participation 7-0 10-0 10-1 8-1 8-1 13-2 8-1 8-1 9-1 7-1 10-1 



TRUE FRESHMEN (25) NA 
6 Wiseman CB cd 



CU WV WF VA TM VT FS NC BC ST 

cdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcd 



10 Turner QB 



cdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcd 



cd 



17 Oquen doWR 



23 Skinner WR 



cdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcd 



25 Fraser TB 



cdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcd 



cd 



25 McColloufl h CB cdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcd 



cd 



26 C.Gronkowski FB cd 



cd 



cd cd cd cd cd cd cd cd 



29 Jf.Allen DB 



34 Philistin LB 



40 Navarre DT 



cd 



45 T.Galt DE 



cdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcd cd 



cd 



46 Peoples LB 



cdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcd 



cd 



47 Clement DE 



51 PfisterLB 



cdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcd 



cd 



cdcdcdcdcdcdcdcd 



cd 



cd cd 



56 D.Galt DE 



cd cd cd cd cd cd 



cd 



cd cd cd cd 



57 Harrell DE 



cdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcd 



cd 



72 P.Costa OC 



cdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcd 



cd 



78 Gaither OT 



79 Marshall OT 



cdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcd 



cd 



82 Carroll WR 



cdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcd 



cd 



87 I.Williams WR 



cd 



cd 



cd 



cd 



cd cd 



cd 



89 Heyward-Bey WR cd 

90 Ivey DT cd 



cd cd cd cd 



cd 



cd cd cd cd 



cd cd cd cd cd cd 



cd cd 



cd 



93 Heggs DE 



d cd 



cd cd cd cd 



cd cd 



cd 



96 Le vy DT 



cd cd cd cd cd cd cd cd cd cd 



cd 



Class Participation 4-1 7-1 5-1 6-2 5-2 6-2 5-2 5-2 5-2 5-2 6-2 



ACTIVE PLAYERS 



50 55 58 55 57 63 56 56 56 



56 



x - indicates played in game 

S - indicates started game 

cd - indicates did not play/coach's decision 

inj - indicates did not play or travel due to injury 

dnt - indicates did not travel for reason other than injury 

rs - indicates will sit out season as a redshirt 



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2005 STARTERS 



Offense 



GAME 


Wide Receiver 


Left Tackle 


Left Guard 


Center 


Right Guard 


Right Tackle 


Tight End 


Quarterback 


Tailback 


FB/TE/WR 


WR/TE 


vs. Navy 


Fenner 


Miller" 


Woods 3 


McDonald' 


Crummey 6 


Nixon 2 


Davis' 


Hollenbach 2 


Merrills 


R Dickerson 


Walker 


Clemson 


Weatherly 1 


Miller" 


Woods 3 


McDonald 2 


Crummey' 


Nixon 3 


Davis* 


Hollenbach 3 


Merrills 2 


R.Dickerson 2 


Walker 


West Virginia 


Fenner" 


Miller" 


Woods' 


McDonald 3 


Crummey" 


Nixon' 


Davis 9 


Hollenbach' 


Merrills 3 


R.Dickerson 3 


Walker* 


at Wake Forest 


Fenner" 


Gaither' 


Woods 5 


McDonald' 


Crummey' 


Nixon 5 


Davis 10 


Hollenbach 5 


Merrills' 


R Dickerson 4 


Walker 


Virginia 


Fenner" 


Gaither 2 


Woods 6 


McDonald 5 


Crummey" 


Nixon 5 


Davis" 


Hollenbach 5 


Ball' 


R.Dickerson 5 


Walker 1 


at Temple 


Fenner" 


Gaither 1 


Thomas' 


McDonald 5 


Crummey" 


Nixon' 


Davis' 2 


Hollenbach' 


Lattimore' 


Miller" 


Melende:' 


Virginia Tech 


Fenner" 


Gaither 4 


Woods' 


McDonald 7 


Crummey 12 


Nixon 1 


Davis" 


Hollenbach' 


Lattimore 2 


Cesa' 


Walker 9 


at Florida State 


Fenner" 


Gaither 5 


Woods 1 


McDonald 8 


Crummey" 


Nixon' 


Davis" 


Statham" 


Merrills 5 


Cesa 2 


Walker" 


at North Carolina 


Fenner" 


Gaither 5 


Woods' 


McDonald 9 


Crummey" 


Nixon" 


Davis" 


Hollenbach' 


Ball 2 


Cesa 3 


Melendez 2 


Boston College 


Fenner" 


Gaither' 


Woods 10 


McDonald" 


Crummey" 


Nixon" 


Davis" 


Hollenbach" 


Ball 3 


Cesa' 


Walker" 


at NC State 


Weatheriy 2 


Gaither" 


Woods" 


McDonald" 


Crummey" 


Nixon" 


Davis" 


Hollenbach" 


Ball' 


Oquendo' 


Melende; 


Defensi 


B 


GAME 


Def. End 


Def. Tackle 


Nose Tackle 


Def. End 


WLB 


MLB 


SLB 


Comerback 


Strong Safety 


Free Safety 


Comerback 


vs Navy 


Navarre' 


Griffin' 


Bolston" 


Lemons' 


Kershaw' 2 


Jackson 25 


Holloway" 


1 Gardner 1 


Harris 1 


Vamer' 


Wilson 


Clemson 


Navarre 3 


Griffin 1 


Bolston 12 


Lemons 3 


Kershaw" 


Jackson 26 


Holloway" 


McPhearson' 


Hams 3 


Justice' 


Wilson 5 


West Virginia 


Navarre 3 


Gnftn 3 


Bolston" 


Covington 1 


Kershaw" 


Jackson 27 


Holloway" 


McPhearson* 


Hams 3 


Vamer 2 


Wilson' 


at Wake Forest 


Navarre' 


Griffin' 


Bolston 14 


Covington 2 


Kershaw" 


Jackson 2 " 


Holloway" 


McPhearson' 


Harris' 


Vamer 3 


Wilson' 


Virginia 


Navarre 5 


Griffin 


Bolston 15 


Covington 3 


Kershaw" 


Jackson 28 


Holloway" 


McPhearson" 


Hams 5 


Vamer* 


Wilson 


at Temple 


Navarre 6 


Griffin 5 


Bolston" 


Covington' 


Kershaw" 


Jefferson' 


Holloway" 


McPhearson" 


Harris 6 


Vamer 5 


Wilson" 


Virginia Tech 


Navarre' 


Griffin 7 


Bolston" 


Covington' 


Kershaw" 


Jackson 30 


Holloway" 


McPhearson 12 


Hams' 


Vamer 5 


Wilson" ; 


.ii Florida Stale 


Navarre* 


Griffin' 


Bolston 111 


Covington 5 


Kershaw" 


Jackson 3 ' 


Holloway" 


McPhearson" 


Harris* 


Vamer' 


Wilson" 


at North Carolina 


Navarre' 


Moore 1 


Bolston" 


Covington' 


Kershaw 20 


Jackson 32 


Holloway 20 


McPhearson" 


Hams' 


Vamer 


Wilson 13 


Boston College 
at NC State 


Navarre" 


Moore 2 


Bolston 20 


Covington 1 


Kershaw 21 


Jackson 13 


Holloway 21 


McPhearson" 


Harris" 


Vamer 9 


Wilson 1 ' 


Savage' 


Moore 3 


Bolston 21 


Covington 8 


Jefferson 2 


Jackson 34 


Holloway 22 


McPhearson" 


Hams" 


Vamer" 


Wilson 15 



Class Starters 


by Game (includes punter & kicker) 




GAME 


Seniors 


Juniors 


Sophomores 


Redshirt Freshmen 


True Freshmen 


Total 


Northern Illinois 


9 


7 


7 





1 (Navarre) 


24 


Clemson 


9 


8 


6 





1 (Navarre) 


24 


West Virginia 


10 


7 


5 


1 (Covington) 


1 (Navarre) 


24 


at Wake Forest 


9 


7 


5 


l (Covington) 


2 (Navarre/Gaither) 


24 


Virginia 


8 


7 


6 


1 (Covington) 


2 (Navarre/Gaither) 


24 


at Temple 


7 


7 


6 


2 (Covington/Thomas) 


2 (Navarre/Gaither) 


24 


Virginia Tech 


7 


7 


7 


1 (Covington) 


2 (Navarre/Gaither) 


24 


at Florida State 


8 


7 


6 


1 (Covington) 


2 (Navarre/Gaither) 


24 


at North Carolina 


7 


7 


7 


1 (Covington) 


2 (Navarre/Gaither) 


24 


Boston College 


7 


7 


7 


1 (Covington) 


2 (Navarre/Gaither) 


24 


a! NC State 5 


8 


8 


1 (Covington) 


2 (Oquendo/Gaither) 


24 



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Terrapin Playing-Experience Superlatives 



Most overall starts, career — 



Most overall starts, 2005 - 



Most consecutive starts, career - 



Most consecutive starts, 2005 - 



Offense 

19, Derrick Fenner (WR) 

17, Derek Miller (OT/TE), Vernon Davis (TE) 

11, Ryan McDonald (OC), Brandon Nixon (OT), 
Andrew Crummey (OG), Vernon Davis (TE) 

13, Vernon Davis (TE) 

11, McDonald (OC), Nixon (OT), Crummey (OG) 

11, Ryan McDonald (OC), Brandon Nixon (OT), 



Defense 

34, D'Qwell Jackson (LB) 
22, David Holloway (LB) 

11, Conrad Bolston (NT), David Holloway (LB), 
Milton Harris (SS), Josh Wilson (CB) 

22, David Holloway (LB) 
20, Conrad Bolston (NT) 

11, Conrad Bolston (NT), David Holloway (LB), 



120 • 2005 SEASON IN REVIEW 



GAME1 

M&T Bank Stadium 
Baltimore, Md. 
Sept. 3, 2005 





MARYLAND 
IAVY 



•JIMORE. Md (AP) — Sam Hollenbach threw an 11 -yard touchdown pass to Drew Weatherly with 
.. seconds left, capping a frantic 82-yard dnve that earned Maryland past Navy in a game played at 
! T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. 

-Hollenbach went 19-for-30 for 21 7 yards, and Mano Memlls ran for 149 yards on 30 carries to help 
-yland recover from an early 11 -point deficit in the opener for both teams. 
U After a 6-yard touchdown run by Matt Hall gave Navy a 20-15 lead with 4:43 left, Hollenbach 
'ught the Terrapins back. The key play came just before the touchdown, when Lance Ball took a 
Vt pass on a fourth-and-8 from the Navy 31 and slipped several tackles dunng a 20-yard gain. 
B Hollenbach then fired the winning pass to Weatherly in the middle of the end zone before Merrills 
. in the conversion. 

iA crowd of 67,809 nearly filled the Baltimore Ravens' stadium for the first meeting between the 
ms since 1965 

, Hollenbach, who won the starting job during spnng practice, threw two early interceptions that 
■wed Navy to lake a 14-3 lead But he and Merrills got the Terrapins' offense going in the second 
I, and Maryland's defense permitted only six points over the final three quarters. 
'Hall scored two touchdowns, and quarterback Lamar Owens ran for 122 yards for the 
'tshipmen 

.Midway through the third quarter, the Terrapins launched a 58-yard drive that produced Dan Ennis' 
-d field goal, a 40-yarder that cut Navy's lead to 14-9 with 6 seconds left in the penod. Memlls ran 
. 45 yards on six carnes 
,ing the march 
.'The Terrapins later had 
•en the lead for the first 
ie, on a 12-yard run by 
.mils with 9:15 to go 
I Owens ran for 80 yards 
jl passed for 73 in the 
t half, and Navy scored 
jchdowns on its first two 
•sessions in taking a 14-6 
Ifbme lead 

I After Ennis kicked a 
.-yard field goal to cap a 
(yard opening dnve. Navy 
>wered with a 12-play. 80- 
d dnve that ended with a 
,ard touchdown run by 
tt Hall The Midshipmen 
averted four third downs, 
Jluding a 37-yard pass 
■n Owens to Jason 
iTilinson on third-and-5 
ti the Navy 25. 
' The Terrapins' 
ssession ended 
interception by 
abacker Jake Biles 



next 
with 
Navy 
The 

Jshipmen promptly moved 
yards in six plays, taking 
4-3 lead on a 7-yard run 
Marco Nelson on the final 
y from scrimmage in the 
•t quarter. 



Box Score 

1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


47H 


FINAL 


MARYLAND (1-0) 3 


3 


3 


14 


23 


NAVY(O-I) 14 








6 


20 



First Quarter 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 26. 10:42 

NA - Malt Hall 3 run (Joey Bullen kick I 4 43 

NA - Marco Nelson 7 run (Bullen kick), 0:04 
Second Quarter 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 27. 0:11 
Third Quarter 

MD - FG Dan Ennis 40, 06 
Fourth Quarter 

MD - Mano Memlls 12 run (Sam Hollenbach pass failed), 9:15 

NA ■ Malt Hall 6 njn (Bullen njsh failed), 4 43 

MD ■ Drew Weathetty 11 pass from Sam Hollenbach (Mano Memlls run), 1:01 





Maryland 


NA 


First Downs 


29 


17 


Rushes-Yards 


-.:-:•. 


49-2J6 


Comp-Att-Int 


19-30-2 


5-12-1 


Passing Yards 


217 


97 


Return Yards 


95 


78 


Punts-Average 


2-49.5 


4-44.2 


F'^mbles-Ust 


24 


M 


Penaffjes-Yards 


2-21 


8-51 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


1-2 


1-13 


line ■:' Possessor 


29:43 


30:17 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland Mano Memlls 30-149, Lance Ball 5-39, Jo Jo Walker 1-21, 
Sam Hollenbach 3-2, Keon Lattmore 1-mmus 1 ; Navy - Lamar Owens 19-122, 
Matt Hal 17-68. Reggie Campbell 3-25. Marco Nelson 2-10. Brian Hampton 
3-9. Karl Whittaker t-8. Enc Shuey 1-7, Trey Hines 1-0, Team 1-minus 1 
Edde Martin 1 -minus 2 

PASSING -Maryland Sam Hollenbach 19-30-2-217, Navy Lamar Owens 5-11-0-97. 
Bnan Hampton 0-1-1-0 

RECEIVING - Maryland Jo Jo Walker 5-53, Drew WeatJierty 4-36. Lance Ball 2-37, 
Derrick Fenner 2-36, Vernon Davis 2-26, Dan Gronkowski 1-12 Jason Goode 
1-8, Ricardo Dickerson 1-7. Keon Lattjmore 1-2. Navy Jason Tomlinson 3-72, 
Reggie Campbell 1-17 Marco Nelson 1-8. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS -None 

TACKLES -Maryland DOwell Jackson 9-9-18. Jermame Lemons 2-6-8, David Hoi- 
5- ' -6. Christian Vamer 4-0-4; Navy Rob CaMwel 9-4-13. Keenan Utile 
5-4-9. Jake Biles 4-5-9, Greg Thrasher 2-5-7, Jeremy McGown 2-5-7 

ATT - 67.809 WEATHER - 81 degrees, moslty sunny 




GAME 2 

Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 
Sept. 10,2005 



■ 



23 MARYLAND 



20 25 CLEMSON 



24 
28 



Box Score 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


FINAL 


CLEMSON |24. 1-0) 


7 





7 


14 


29 


MARYLAND I1-1 0-1) 


3 


7 


14 





24 



COLLEGE PARK, Md (AP) — Reggie Mernweather scored his second touchdown on a 38-yard run 
with 2:58 remaining, capping a furious fourth-quarter rally that carried Clemson past Maryland, 

Clemson (2-0, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) trailed 24-14 before Charlie Whitehurst's second 
touchdown pass to Curtis Baham cut the deficit to three points with 7:35 remaining. 

After a punt by Maryland, Whitehurst directed a 61-yard dnve that concluded on Merriweather's 
winning carry around nght end. 

Whitehurst went 18-for-22 for 178 yards. With Clemson down by 10, he took the Tigers 86 yards in 
five plays, including a outstanding long pass to Baham that covered the final 51 yards. 

Sam Hollenbach went 18-for-28 for 288 yards and two touchdowns for Maryland (1-1, 0-1). His 
mam target was Vernon Davis, who had six catches for 140 yards and a touchdown. 

Clemson took a 14-10 lead in the third quarter on a 6-yard touchdown pass from Whitehurst to 
Baham. The 63-yard dnve followed an interception by Tye Hill and was aided by two personal foul calls 
against Maryland 

The Terrapins came nght back, using a 29-yard TD pass from Hollenbach to Davis to go up 17- 
14. The play capped an 80-yard drive in which Davis caught a 30-yarder on a third-and-7 from the 
Maryland 23. 

After Clemson punted. Hollenbach deftly engineered a 63-yard dnve in which he went 5-for-5 for 
57 yards After completing a 25-yard swing pass to tight end Dan Gronkowski on fourth-and-1 from the 
Clemson 31 , Hollenbach averted pressure in the pocket and flipped a 3-yard TD pass to Joey Haynos, 
the sophomores first career 
reception. 

Hollenbach went 5-for-9 
for 126 yards in the first half, 
helping Maryland take a 10- 
7 lead. 

Clemson appeared 
stopped on its opening 
possession when Whitehurst 
fumbled a snap and 
inadvertently dropped to one 
knee on a third-and-3 from 
his 32. But Maryland was 
called for unsportsmanlike 
conduct, giving the Tigers a 
first down. 

Merriweather ultimately 
concluded the 17-play 
dnve with a fourth-down 
touchdown run from the 1. 
The Tigers held the ball for 
9 minutes. 47 seconds - the 
longest drive in Clemson 
history 

The Terrapins answered 
with a field goal, then took 
advantage of a Clemson 
miscue to take a 10-7 lead. 

The Tigers were 
prepared to punt when 
the snap soared over the 
head of Cole Chason. who 
chased down the ball and 
was tackled on his 2. On 
fourth down. Hollenbach 
scored on a sneak. 



First Quarter 

CU - Reggie Mernweather 1 run (Jad Dean tuck). 5 13 
MD-FG Dan Ems 21. 020 

Second Quarter 

MD - Sam Hollenbach 1 run (Dan Ennis kick). 11:05 

Third Quarter 

CU - Curtis Baham 6 pass fr Charlie Whitehurst (Dean kick). 9 14 
MD - Vernon Davis 29 p3ss fr Sam Hollenbach (Ennis kick). 6:34 
MD - Joey Haynos 3 pass fr Sam Hollenbach (Ennts kick), 0:43 

Fourth Quarter 

CU - Curtis Baham 51 pass fr Cbartre Whitehurst (Dean kick). 7 35 
CU - Regge Mernweather 38 run (Dean kick), 2:58 





Maryland 


Clemson 


First Downs 


19 


19 


Rushes-Yards 


38-56 


4:---4 


Comp-Att-Int 


18-28-1 


18-22-0 


Passing Yards 


288 


178 


RebiTi tanfe 


119 


111 


Punts-Average 


3-47.3 


4-365 


FumbtesvLosI 


2-1 


30 


Penalties-Yards 


8-98 


4-37 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


1-5 


3-18 


Tine of Possession 


JC26 


29:34 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland Lance Ball 8-34. Keon Lattjmore 7-26. Mano Men* 15-21. 
Sam HoHenbacn r^niniis 25 Clemson James Davts 20-82 Reggre Memweatrer 
10-75 Charlie Whitehurst 5-1 Clans Stuckey 1-mmus \ Team 4-nrvjs 43 

PASSING - Maryland Sam Hoienoach 18-28-1-288. Clemson Cnarte Whrtehuns 
18-22-0-178. 

RECEIVING -Maryland Vernon Davis 6- • Aj Darr-, Meenora 5-74 Drew Weatherly 
2-28. Keon Lattmore 2-4, Dan Gronkowski 1-25, Jo Jo Water 1-14, Joey Haynos 
1-3: Clemson: Aaron Kely 4-26. James Davs 3-24. Cures Baham 2-57. Bobby 
Wfemson 2-23. Ketwi Grant 2-1 9. Chansi Smctey 2-15. Rendnck Taylor 2-10, 
Regge Mernweather 1 4 

MISSED FIELD GOALS - None 

TACKLES -Maryland DCr*elJackson4-12-16, VVestey Jefferson 2-6-8, Da- 
vid Hoioway 3-4-7. Josh VWson 3-4-7. WBam Kershaw 2-5-7: Clemson 
Anthony Waters 5-8-13 MckWatkre 4-5-9 TramareBfc 3-5-8, Serge 
G*am 6-1-7. Gaines Adams 3-34. C J. Gaddrs 2-4-6 

ATT - 50.607 WEATHER - 77 degrees hazy 



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GAME 3 



Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 
Sept. 17, 2005 



MARYLAND 



WEST VIRGINIA 



COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Backup quarterback Pat White directed three fourth-quarter touchdown drives, 
and West Virginia rushed for 301 yards in a victory over the Terrapins before 52,41 3, the seventh-largest 
crowd in Byrd Stadium history. 

Freshman Jason Gwaltney scored two touchdowns for the Mountaineers (3-0), who had lost three 
straight at Maryland (1-2) since 1997 West Virginia let a 15-pomt lead dwindle to 21-19 before Gwaltney 
scored on a 15-yard run with 4:56 left. 

The Mountaineers then recovered a fumble by Maryland quarterback Sam Hollenbach, and Pat 
McAfee kicked a 40-yard field goal to make it 31-19 with 2:18 remaining. 

Holding a 7-6 lead late in the third quarter, WVU went on an 80-yard scoring drive. Darius Reynaud 
gained 27 yards on a reverse, and Owen Schmitt capped the march with a 3-yard TD run with 14:52 
remaining. 

Schmitt had runs of 20 and 34 yards on the Mountaineers' next series, and Pemell Williams scored 
from the 1 to make it 21-6. 

The lead held up - barely. 

The Terrapins began their comeback with a 73-yard touchdown throw from Hollenbach to tight end 
Vernon Davis with 10:22 left. Davis caught the medium-length pass at the right sideline and easily outran 
the Mountaineers to the end zone. 

Antonio Lewis fumbled away the kickoff, and Hollenbach converted the mistake into a 12-yard 
touchdown pass to Jo Jo Walker, But the conversion pass failed. 

Hollenbach went 20-for-31 for 291 yards Davis caught five passes for 158 yards, but the Terrapins 
could muster only 50 yards rushing against a defense that entered the game ranked No 1 in the nation 
in yards allowed (128.5). 

The Mountaineers led 7-3 
athalftime.. 

Faced with a third-and-10 
from his own 3 on the first 
play of the second quarter, 
Bednank completed a 48- 
yard pass to Brandon Myles. 
It was his only throw on the 
15-play drive, which ended 
on a 1-yard touchdown run 
by Gwaltney for a 7-0 lead. 

Walker returned the 
ensuing kickoff 57 yards to 
the West Virginia 36. but the 
drive fizzled when Maryland 
was stopped on a fourth-and- 
1 from the 27. 

Late in the half, a 27-yard 
completion from Hollenbach 
to Danny Melendez set up 
a 33-yard field goal by Dan 
Ennis. 

Maryland closed to 7-6 in 
the third quarter when Ennis 
kicked a 34-yard field goal 
four plays after the Terrapins 
converted a fourth-and-6 
from the West Virginia 35. 
Hollenbach was 3-for-3 for 
40 yards on the 45-yard 
drive. 



Box Score 

1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


FINAL 


WEST VIRGINIA (3-0) 


7 





24 


31 


MARYLAND 11-2) 


3 


3 


13 


19 



Second Quarter 

WV - Jason Gwaltney 1 run (Pa! McAfee kick). 9:39 

MD - FG Dan Ennis 33, 55 
Third Quarter 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 34, 5:18 
Fourth Quarter 

WV • Owen Schmitt 3 run (McAfee kick), 14:52 

WV - Pemell Williams 1 run (McAfee kick). 10:41 

MD - Vernon Davis 73 pass fr Sam Hollenbach (Ennis kick), 10:22 

MD - Jo Jo Walker 12 pass fr Sam Hollenbach (pass failed), 8 24 

WV - Jason Gwaltney 15 tun (McAfee kick), 4:56 

WV-FG Pat McAfee 40. 218 





Maryland 


West Virginia 


Firsl Downs 


15 


18 


Rushes-Yards 


29-50 


64-301 


Comp-Att-Int 


20-31-0 


8-11-0 


Passing Yards 


291 


86 


Return Yards 


79 


142 


Punts-Average 


6-38.7 


6-30.8 


Fumbles-Losl 


4-1 


3-1 


Penalties-Yards 


4-30 


9*8 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


2-6 


2-17 


Time of Possession 


24:20 


15:40 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland Mano Memlls 9-35. Jo Jo Walker 2-11 . Lance Ball 7-5. Sam 
Hollenbach 10-2. Keon Lattimore 1-minus 3: West Virginia: Owen Schmitl 6-80, 
Pat White M2, Pemell Williams 1646, Jason Gwaltney 12-44, Danus Reynaud 
2-38, Adam Bednank 9-31 , Jeremy Bruce 1-9, Jason Colson 1-7 

PASSING - Maryland: Sam Hollenbach 20-31-0-291 , West Virginia Adam Bednank 
M-0-57, Pal White 3-5*29. 

RECEIVING - Maryland Derrick Fenner 6-48, Vernon Davis 5- 1 58, Jo Jo Walker 546, 
Danny Melendez 2-32, Jason Goode 14, Lance Ball 1-1; West Virginia: Brandon 
Myles 3-52, Jason Colson 2-22, Vaughn Rivers 2-8, Pemell Williams 1-4 

MISSED FIELD GOALS -None 

TACKLES - Maryland: DQwell Jackson 2-13-15. Wesley Jefferson 2-10-12. Josh 
Wilson 5-6-11. William Kershaw 5-5-10, David Holloway 3-7-10, West Virginia 
Jay Henry 4-2-6, Mike Lorello 3-3-6, Antonio Lewis 4-1-5 Craig Wilson 2-3-5 

ATT - 52.413 WEATHER - 84 degrees, hazy 



Groves Stadium 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 
Sept. 24, 2005 



19 WAKE FOREST 



12 



31 MARYLAND 



22 



Box Score 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


47H 


FINAL 


MARYLAND (2-2. 1-1) 


3 


10 


3 


6 


22 


WAKE FOR. (1-3, 0-1) 





3 


7 


2 


12 



WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) - Josh Wilson returned a fumble 20 yards for a touchdown to lea 
Maryland's solid defensive effort in a win over Wake Forest. 

Keon Lattimore ran for 76 yards and the only offensive touchdown for the Terrapins (2-2, 1- 
Atlantic Coast Conference), who continued their recent dominance against the Demon Deacons (K 
0-1). Man/land has won seven straight in the series. 

Chris Barclay ran for 86 yards and a touchdown for Wake Forest, which fell behind 1 3-0 in the fin 
half and never recovered. 

Wake Forest came into the game averaging better than 270 yards rushing, tops in the conferenc 
and eighth-best in the nation. Micah Andrews led the league and ranked fourth nationally at 1 53 yaro 
per game, while Barclay was coming off a 210-yard, four-touchdown game against East Carolina - pa 
of a 407-yard rushing day for the Demon Deacons. 

Meanwhile, the Terrapins came in rated last in the league in rushing defense after allowing We: 
Virginia to run for 301 yards in last week's loss. 

But things looked quite different Saturday for both teams, a welcome sight for the Terps. 

Maryland allowed Wake Forest 111 yards rushing and 244 total yards, while recovering tw 
fumbles and holding the Demon Deacons to 5-for-19 on third-down conversions. And except ft 
Barclay's 4-yard scoring run late in the third, Wake Forests offense seemed out of rhythm all day. 

Andrews, meanwhile, wasn't a factor, finishing with six carnes for 23 yards - all in the first hal 
He also had a costly fumble when he was hit from behind while scrambling for yards in the secon 
quarter. 

Wilson ran in and 
scooped up the loose ball in 
stride, racing down the left 
sideline for the touchdown 
and a 10-0 lead with 4 
minutes left in the half. The 
Terrapins increased that 
lead on Dan Ennis' second 
field goal with 1:50 left, and 
led 13-3 at halftime after 
Sam Swank got the Demon 
Deacons on the board with a 
42-yard kick on the final play 
of the half. 

Wake Forest closed 
to within 16-10 on Barclay's 
run, but got no closer. The 
Terrapins responded two 
possessions later with a 
77-yard touchdown drive, 
getting a 33-yard pass 
from Sam Hollenbach to 
Danny Melendez to set up 
Lattimore's 3-yard run for a 
22-10 lead with 13:19 left. individual statistics 

RUSHING - Maryland Keon Lattimore 15-76. Lance Ball 17-51. Sam Hollenbach 

6-45, Mano Memlls 6-1, Team 1-minus 5, Jo Jo Walker 1-mmus 6, Wake 

Forest Chns Barclay 20-86, MAndrews 6-23. B Mauk 11-8. N Morion 1-1, 

C Davis 1-mmus 7 
PASSING - Maryland: Sam Hollenbach 12-22-1-169: Wake Forest B Mauk 

18-350-133. 
RECEIVING • Maryland: Danny Melendez 3-52. Derrick Fenner 3-33. Jo Jo Walker 

2-47, Vernon Davis 2-28, Lance Ball 2-9, Wake Forest N. Morton 545, D. 

McWhite 4-23. C Davis 3-8, R Bellon 2-20. K Manon1-16.D Boldin 1-14,1 

Selmon 1-8, Chns Barclay 1-minus 1 
MISSED FIELD GOALS - None 
TACKLES - Maryland DQwell Jackson 8-1-9, William Kershaw 8-0-8, 

Milton Hams 7-0-7, Wesley Jefferson 4-1-5, Trey Covington 3-1-4, 

David Holloway 2-2-4: Wake Forest: P Ghee 9-1-10, J Gattis 4-2-«. J. 

Abbate 3-3-6. S Amoux 5-0-5. 
An • 26.022 WEATHER - 79 degrees, cloudy 



First Quarter 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 23, 1000 
Second Quarter 

MD - Josh Wilson 20 fumble return (Ennis kick), 4:00 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 37, 1:50 

WF-FG Sam Swank 42, 0:00 
Third Quarter 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 25, 7:31 

WF - Chns Barclay 4 run (Swank kick), 2:36 
Fourth Quarter 

MD - Keon Lattimore 3 run (pass failed). 13:19 

WF - safety, Anderson tackled Hollenbach in end zone 1 1 24 





Maryland 


Wake Forest 


First Downs 


19 


14 


Rushes-Yards 


46-162 


39-111 


Comp-Att-lnl 


12-22-1 


18-354) 


Passing Yards 


169 


133 


Return Yards 


33 


141 


Punts-Average 


64H7 


847 4 


Fumbles-Losl 


2-1 


4-2 


Penalties-Yards 


4-45 


5-50 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


2-16 


1-2 


Time of Possession 


10 30 


29 30 



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GAME 5 

Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 
Oct. 1,2005 



/IARYLAND 



19/1 8 VIRGINIA 



Box Score 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 
6 


4TH 
7 


FINAL 


VIRGINIA (3-1. 1-1) 





20 


33 


MARYLAND (3-2. 2-1 ) 


7 


14 


3 


21 


45 



ULLEGE PARK, Md (AP) • Lance Ball ran for 163 yards and scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns, and Maryland 
assed 570 yards in offense to hand No 19 Virginia its first defeat. 

i Sam Hollenbach went 25-for-33 for 320 yards and two touchdowns, and Danny Melendez had nine calches for 
ll yards to lead the Terrapins (3-2, 2- 1 Atlantic Coast Conference) to their third straight home win over Virginia (3-1 

I 
Marques Hagans threw for 270 yards and scored two rushing touchdowns for the Cavaliers, who also got four 

(1 goals from Connor Hughes Chns Cook also returned an interception 30 yards for a touchdown, but it wasn't 

ough 

i) Seeking to reverse their fortunes at home after losses to Clemson and West Virginia, the Terps wore their 

;imale black |erseys for Homecoming, Maryland's offense was more of a factor than the uniform switch, but whatever 

reason, the Terrapins avoided their first 0-3 start at home since 1993 
' The Terrapins trailed 26-24 before a 44-yard pass from Hollenbach to Demck Fenner set up a 14-yard touchdown 

by Ball on the opening play of the fourth quarter Maryland then forced the Cavaliers to punt for the first time since 
*1y in the first quarter 

I Virginia appeared poised to get the ball back, but a pass interference call on Marcus Hamilton on a third-and-8 
tn the Maryland 8 extended the dnve, and Ball ran in from the 35 to end the 94-yard march and put the Terrapins up 
(26 with 8:44 to go 

J Hagans scored on a 3-yard run to pull Virginia to 38-33, but Maryland clinched the win with an 80-yard drive that 
"iduded with Keon Lattimore's 
'.:ond touchdown run. a 1- 
'ider with 1:50 left. 
1 Ball, who finished with 17 

ties, ran for 93 yards in the 
■t half to help Maryland take a 
1 20 haffbme lead 
' After being intercepted 
, the Terrapins' second 
Issession, Hollenbach capped 
•>2-yard drive with a 10-yard 
|chdown pass to Melendez 
Itenbach went 4-for-5 on 

dnve and also converted a 

rth-and-1 from the Virginia 43 
h a quartertack sneak 

The Cavaliers scored two 
Khdowns in a 71 -second span 
|go up 14-7 After Hagans ran 
[an 11 -yard score to complete 
rrive in which he accounted for 

of 69 yards Cook got his first 
reer interception return for a 
■Mown. 

! Lattimore bed it with a 
»art TO run. but Hughes put 
iginia back in front with a 43- 
tJ field goal 

' After Hollenbach went 5- 
-5 for 62 yards on an 88-yard 
irch that ended with a 24- 
"d TD pass to Vemon Davis, 
■ghes kicked a 39-yard field 
alto make 1121-20 

tThe back-and-forth duel 
ued into the third quarter 
•yidnd's Dan Ennis kicked a 
-yaid field goal on the opening 
ve, and Hughes answered 
h 29-yarder to get Virginia 
ck within a point 

The Cavaliers finally forced 
uytand to punt, then took a 26- 
lead on Hughes' fourth field 
al 



First Quarter 

MD ■ Danny Melendez 10 pass fr Sam Hollenbach (Ennis kick). 4:05 
Second Quarter 

VA • Marques Hagans 1 1 njn (Connor Hughes kick). 14:53 

VA - Chns Cook 30 interception return (Hughes kick). 13 42 

MD - Keon Lattimore 9 run (Dan Ennis kick), 9:51 

VA - FG Connor Hughes 43, 7:43 

MD - Vemon Daws 24 pass fr Hollenbach (Ennis kick). 4 34 

VA - FG Connor Hughes 39, 0:16 
Third Quarter 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 45. 1212 

VA-FG Connor Hughes 29, 554 

VA-FG Connor Hughes 36, 144 
Fourth Quarter 

MD - Lance Ball 14 run (Ennis kick), 14 55 

MD - Lance Ball 35 run (Ennis kick). 844 

VA - Marques Hagans 3 run (Hughes kick). 5 27 

MD - Keon Larbmore 1 njn (Enns kick), 1:50 





Maryland 


Virginia 


First Downs 


33 


■i 


Rushes- vards 


46-250 


35-136 


JOmp-AtHnl 


25-33-2 


17-354) 


Passing Yards 


320 


270 


Return v a njs 


38 


180 


Punts-Average 


2-49.5 


4-41.5 


f-umbles-Los! 


2-0 


1-0 


Penalties-Yards 


5-31 


2-30 


Sacts By-Yards Losi 


6-22 


1-9 



Time of Possession 



32:02 



27:58 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland: Lance Ball 17-163. Keon Lattimore 16-16. Jo Jo Walker 4- 
23, Sam Hollenbach 7-23, Team 2-mtnus 5 Virginia Marques Hagans 1 7-55 
Michael Johnson 10-46, Wall Lundy 5-18, Cednc Peerman 3-17 

PASSING - Maryland Sam Hofenbach 25-33-2-320. Virginia: 17-35-0-270. 

RECEIVING - Maryland Danny Melendez 9-125. Jo Jo Walker 6-69. Vemon Davis 
4-59, Demck Fenner 3-57, Jason Goode 1-7 Lance Ball 1-4 Keon Lattimore 
1-minus 1, Virginia Deyon Williams 5-62 Jonathan Srupar 3-51. Fontel Mines 
2-77, Ottawa Anderson 2-17. Emmanuel Byers 2-16, Tom Sand 1-33, Michael 
Johnson 1-8 Jason Snelting 1-6. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS -None 

TACKLES - Man/land D dwell Jackson 5-9-14. Josh Wilson 9-3-12. William Kershaw 
3-4-7. Christian Vainer 1-5-6, Milton Hams 4-1-5, Germ* McPhearson 2-3-5, 
VugMr Kai Pamam 5-5-10, Brennan Schmidt 5-3-8. Nate Lyfes 5-3-8, Chns 
Gortiam 6*6, Marcus Hamilton 4-2-6 

AH - 52.656 WEATHER - 70 degrees cJear 



^3 GAME 6 




Lincoln Financial Field 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Oct. 8, 2005 



45 TEMPLE 



33 MARYLAND 



38 



Box Score 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


1TH 


FINAL 


MARYLAND (4-2) 


3 


14 


14 


7 


X 


TEMPLE (0-6) 


/ 


11 








7 



PHILADELPHIA, Pa - Mano Merrills ran for three touchdowns as Maryland ran its winning 
streak to three games by scoring 38 unanswered points in a non-conference victory at Temple played 
before 11,311 at Lincoln Financial Field. 

Merrills led a tno of Terrapin rushers who gained at least 50 yards, as the Terps rolled up 220 
yards and five touchdowns on the ground The senior had 66 yards on 12 carries and scored three 
straight TDs for the Terps in the second and third quarters. 

Lance Ball added 54 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries, while J. P. Humber came off the 
bench for 53 yards in his first four rushes of the year, 

Maryland quarterback Sam Hollenbach completed 19 of 29 passes for 228 yards to lead the 
Terps, while Vernon Davis and Danny Melendez each had five catches. 

Temple took advantage of a Maryland fumble in the first quarter and drove 38 yards for the 
opening score Umar Ferguson, who led all rushers in the game with 96 yards on 25 cames. scored for 
the Owls from 2 yards out to give the hosts a lead with 4:15 left in the first quarter 

Maryland responded immediately with a 73-yard scoring drive to set up a 24-yard field goal by 
Dan Ennis, who had his string of successful field goals ended at 11 later in the game. 

The Terps' next dnve ended in an interception in the Temple end zone, but Maryland rallied later 
in the second quarter to go 66 yards in seven plays to set up a 6-yard touchdown by Mernlls. giving 
the Terps the lead with 5:36 before halftime Memlls scored on a 1-yard run to cap a 67-yard drive on 
Maryland's next possession and the Terps took a 17-7 lead into halftime. 

Josh Wilson blocked a Temple punt on the opening possession of the second half, settup up 
the Terps at the Temple 45- 
yard line. From there, the 
Terps needed five plays to 
score, as Merrills went over 
from the 2. 

Again, Maryland 
scored on its next 
possession, using a 22- 
yard punt return from Jo Jo 
Walker to set up a 31 -yard 
sconng dnve that ended on a 
1-yard dive by Hollenbach. 
Ball ended the 
Maryland scoring eaeriy in 
the fourth quarter on a 5- 
yard run 

The Terrapin 

defense, led by nine tackles 
each from William Kershaw 
and Wesley Jefferson, 
forced four second-half 
turnovers from the Owls, 
Senior linebacker D'Qwell 
Jackson, the leading tackier 

in the ACC comino into the individual statistics 

in tne ALL Coming into trie rushing -Maryland Manok4erris12-66.LanceBal11-54.JPH U ^4-53.Sam 

game, did not play due to a ilc*nbach5-26.KeonLattmcre1u^20.JoJoVi^ 

leg injury. 5: Temple Umar Ferguson 25-96. G Cdeman2-6,B AJbrocte 2-5. Josh Bundy 

14, CoSn Clancy 1-3. M Brlops 1-1. Mte McGann 5*linus 5. 
PASSING -Maryland SamHc4enbadi19-29-1-228,Joe(Staliam3*fl-24.Terii(ile 

Mike McGann 8-140-116, Coin Clancy 0-1-0-0. M Loveland 0-1-1-0 
RECEIVING - Maryland: Vemon Davis 5-79. Danny Melendez 5-78. Demck Fenner 
4-42. Jo Jo Water 2-18. Lance Bal 2-7. Danny Oquendo 1-10. J P Hurter 
1-10, Isaiah Wfcms 1-4. Jason Goode 1-4: Temple B Atxooks 443. Jame 
Harris 2-28, LAzubute 1-13. D. HarrHlon 1-12 
MISSED FIELD GOALS - Man/tend: Dan Ems 38. 36 
TACKLES - Maryland W*am Kershaw 1-8-9. Wesley Jefferson 0-9-9, Mfcxi 
Hams 4-4-8. Gemc* McPnearson 5-1-6. Josh VWson 2-3-5. Conrad 
Bolston 1-4-5: Temple: G. Schute 7-7-14, Ray Lamb 6-5-11. Jus* 
Johnson 5-6-11 . D Wlboum 5-4-9. AmVwn Burton 1-8-9. 
An - 11.311, WEATHER - 74. steady rail, gusty wrds 



First Quarter 

TEM - Umar Ferguson 2 run (Ryan Lux kick), 4:15 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 24. 0:15 
Seayitj Quarter 

MD - Mano Memlls 6 run (Ems kick). 5:36 

MD • Mano Memlls 1 run (Ennis kick), 1:04 
Tbirti Quarter 

MD - Mano Memlls 2 njn (Ennis kick) 12 11 

MD - Sam Hollenbach 1 run lEnnis kick), 7 25 
Fourth Quarter 

MD - Lance Ball 5 run (Ennis tack), 11:15 





Maryland 


Temple 


First Downs 


26 


11 


Rushes-Yards 


>..: 


37-110 


Comp-Att-M 


22-36-1 


8-161 


Passing Yards 


252 


116 


Return Yards 


76 


73 


Punts-Average 


1-49.0 


7-290 


c .-:?i-.- ; ' 


3-1 


W 


Penalfes-Yarts 


•:-:•- 


7-71 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


14 


2-11 


Time of Possession 


3321 


2639 



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Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 
Oct. 20, 2005 




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COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) • Marcus Vick ran for a career-high 1 33 yards and a touchdown and a strong 
defensive performance from No. 3 Virginia Tech helped the unbeaten Hokies pull away in the second half 
for a 28-9 win in a Thursday Night game at Byrd Stadium. 

Mike Imoh had two touchdowns for Virginia Tech (7-0, 4-0 Atlantic Coast Conference), which scored 21 
straight points after halftime to keep alive its hopes of playing for the national championship in January. 
The Terrapins (4-3, 2-2) came in with a three-game winning streak. 

Although he threw a career-high three interceptions - all in the third quarter - the little brother of Atlanta 
Falcons star Michael Vick rushed 16 times for 1 33 yards and completed 14 of 23 passes for 21 1 yards. 

His 8-yard touchdown run in the second quarter made it 7-0, and he directed scoring drives of 81 , 99 
and 37 yards in the second half. 

That was more than enough support for a defense that forced two turnovers and kept the Terrapins 
out of the end zone until Sam Hollenbach threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Derrick Fennerwith 2:16 to 

go. 

Hollenbach was 14-of-30 for 158 yards and two interceptions, and Lance Ball had 75 yards rushing on 
15 attempts. 

The Terrapins wore their alternate black jerseys for the second time this season, hoping for the same 
result as the last time: a 45-33 victory over Virginia on Oct. 1 . 

The Hokies scored on their first possession of the third quarter to take a 14-3 lead. A 38-yard run by 
Vick got Tech to the Maryland 31 , and five plays later Imoh scored from the 2. 

The teams then traded interceptions before Maryland missed a field goal attempt. 

After the Terrapins failed to capitalize on Vick's third interception, a punt left Virginia Tech on its own 1 . 
Ten plays later, Imoh ran in from the 10 to make it 21-3 with 10:45 left. 

Branden Ore added a 4-yard TD run with 6:47 to go. 

Maryland threatened first, moving to the Tech 21 in the first quarter before James Anderson intercepted 
Hollenbach at the 12. 



The Hokies ran only 11 
plays and had minus-2 yards 
rushing during a scoreless 
first period, the only quarter 
this season in which Virginia 
Tech has failed to score. 

Vick finally got the 
offense moving on Tech's 
third possession. He began 
an 80-yard drive with an 
18-yard completion to David 
Clowney, then added four 
runs for 43 yards, including a 
sprint around right end for a 
touchdown 

The next time Tech got 
the ball, Vick completed a 
48-yard pass to Clowney to 
set up a first-and-goal at the 
7. On fourth down from the 
1, Imoh lost possession of 
the ball while trying to dive 
over the top and Maryland 
recovered - the first time this 
season Tech lost a fumble. 

The Terrapins then 
moved 73 yards in 13 plays 
before Ennis kicked a 38- 
yard field goal and Maryland 
was within 7-3 at halftime. 



Box Score 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


RIVAL 


VA. TECH (7-0, 4-0) 





7 


7 


14 


28 


MARYLAND (4-3, 2-2) 





3 





6 


9 



Second Quarter 

VT- Marcus Vick 8 run (Brandon Pace kick). 11:35 

MD - FG Dan Ennis 38. 3:00 
Third Quarter 

VT • Mike Imoh 2 run (Pace kick), 11:35 
Fourth Quarter 

VT - Mike Imoh 10 njn (Pace kick), 10 45 

VT - Branden Ore 4 run (Pace kick), 647 

MD • Derrick Fenner 10 pass fr Sam Hollenbach (pass failed), 2:16 





Maryland 


Virginia Tech 


First Downs 


H, 


25 


Rushes-Yards 


33-96 


48»ri 


Comp -All-lnl 


14-30-2 


14-23-3 


Passing Yards 


158 


211 


Return Yards 


93 


87 


Punts-Average 


5-43.6 


243.0 


Fumbles-Losl 


1-0 


2-1 


Penalties-Yards 


549 


7-71 


Sacks By-Yards Los! 


1-8 


4-28 


Time ot Possession 


29:25 


30:35 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland: Lance Ball 15-75, Keon Latlimore 8-17, Sam Hol- 
lenbach 8-5. Mario Merrills 1-0, Jo Jo Walker 1 -minus 1; Virginia Tech: 
Marcus Vick 16-133, Mike Imoh 18-86, Branden Ore 9-48. George Bell 
2-10, Eddie Royal 1-8. Josh Morgan 1-3, Team 1-minus 2 

PASSING - Maryland Sam Hollenbach 14-30-2-158, Virginia Tech Marcus 
Vick 14-23-3-211 

RECEIVING - Maryland: Vernon Davis 448. Danny Melendez 4-32, Dernck 
Fenner 3-63, Lance Ball 2-9, Jo Jo Walker 1-6: Virginia Tech: David 
Clowney 3-76. Josh Morgan 3-63. Eddie Royal 3-33, Mike Imoh 3-21, 
Jeff King 1-11, Jesse Allen 1-7. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS - Maryland Dan Ennis 38, 47 

TACKLES - Maryland: D'Qwell Jackson 4-7-11, William Kershaw 4-5-9, 
Trey Covinglon 3-6-9, Milton Hams 5-2-7, Josh Wilson 34-7, Virginia 
Tech Vmce Hall 6-8-14, Xavier Adibi 4-6-10, James Anderson 2-7-9, 
Jimmy Williams 3-3-6 

AH - 54,838 WEATHER - 54 degrees, cloudy 



GAME 8 

Doak S. Campbell Stadium 
Tallahassee, Fla. 
Oct. 29, 2005 



9 #10/9 FLORIDA STATE 



3! 



28 MARYLAND 



21 



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Box Score 

1ST_ 

MARYLAND (44, 2-3) 
FLORIDA ST (7-1, 5-1 ) 7 



14 



TALLAHASSEE, Fla (AP) - Drew Wealherford and James Coleman scored fourth-quarter touchdown 
to lead No. 10 Florida State to a come-from-behind victory over Maryland. 

Weatherford's 15-yard run with 8:52 left gave the Semmoles a 28-27 lead and they scored thre 
minutes later on Coleman's 1-yard run. Coleman's score was set up by Ernie Sims' interception. 

Maryland's final bid for a tie ended with 52 seconds left when Joel Statham was sacked by A 
Nicholson at the Florida State 40. 

The Seminoles avoided losing to the Terps for a second straight year. 

Maryland (4-4, 2-3) scored 24 straight points midway through the game, building a 24-14 lead c 
Dan Ennis' 40-yard field goal three minutes into the second half. 

But the Semmoles turned to their favorite weapon, freshman wide receiver Greg Carr, to get bac 
into the game. 

The 6-foot-6 Carr caught a 37-yard pass to the Maryland 1 and then, after two plays lost yards, 
broke open in the end zone to snag a 4-yard scoring pass to cut Maryland's lead to 24-21 . 

After Ennis kicked a 35-yard field goal to start the fourth quarter and give the Terrapins a 27-; 
lead, Carr was again center stage. 

Leon Washington scored on a 3-yard run on Florida State's first offensive senes and Willie Reii 
added a 61-yard punt return TD to give the Seminoles a 14-0 lead in the opening minute of the secon 
quarter. 

But Maryland countered 
with three touchdowns in 
a span of nine minutes to 
take a 21-14 halftime lead. 
Statham ran for a score and 
added touchdown passes 
covering 29 yards to Derrick 
Fenner and 20 yards to Jo 
Jo Walker. 

Statham, who sparked 
Maryland's 20-17 victory 
over Florida State a year 
ago, completed 15 of 29 
passes for 177 yards. 

Weatherford, a redshirt 
freshman leading the ACC 
in passing, completed 27 of 
37 passes for 264 yards, but 
was intercepted twice. Reid 
had seven catches for 90 
yards and finished with 227 
all purpose yards. 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING ■ Maryland Lance Ball 21-120, Mano Memlls 3-17, Joel Statham 5-5. Jo 
Jo Walker 2 -minus 3, Sam Hollenbach 2-mmus 13, Florida State Lorenzo Booker 
14-60, Leon Washington 1041 Drew Wealherford 3-25, Chns Daws 1-8, James 
Coleman 2-5, B J Dean 1-0, Antone Smith 1-0, Team 1-minus 3 

PASSING - Maryland- Joel Siatham 15-29-1-177, Sam Hollenbach 1-1-0-29: Flonda 
State Drew Weatherford 27-37-2-264 

RECEIVING -Maryland Vernon Davis 4-54, Jo Jo Walker 3-50, Dernck Fenner 349, 
Lance Ball 2-27, Dan Melendez 2-15, Drew Weatherty 2-11 . Flonda Stale Willie 
Reid 7-90. Chns Daws 7-63. Greg Can 4-55, Lorenzo Booker 4-19, Joslin Shaw 
2-16, James Coleman 24. Rod Owens 1-17 

MISSED FIELD GOALS - Flonda State Gary Cismesia 47 

TACKLES - Maryland D'Qwell Jackson 5-10-15, William Kershaw 4-7-11, Chnstian 
Vamer 3*9, David Holloway 4-3-7, Marcus Wimbush 34-7, Flonda Slate Ernie 
Sims 3-8-11 , Roger Williams 44-8, Pat Watkins 2-5-7, Kyler Hall 1-6-7 

AH ■ 82,626 WEATHER - 70 degrees, clear 



First Quarter 

FS - Leon Washington 3 njn (Gary Cismesia kick), 11 51 
Second Quarter 

FS - Willie Reid 61 punt return (Cismesia kick), 14:05 

MD - Joel Statham 1 run (kick failed). 9:20 

MD - Dernck Fenner 29 pass fr Joel Statham (Fenner pass fr Statham), 
2:24 

MD - Jo Jo Walker 20 pass fr Joel Statham (Dan Ennis kick), 0:47 
Third Quarter 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 40, 12:16 

FS - Greg Can 4 pass fr Drew Weatherford (Cismesia kick), 6:45 
Fourth Quarter 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 35, 1303 

FS - Drew Weatherford 15 run (Cismesia kick), 8:52 

FS - James Coleman 1 run (Cismesia kick), 5:33 





Maryland 


Flonda State 


First Downs 


19 


22 


Rushes-Yards 


33-126 


33-136 


Comp-Atl-Int 


16-30-1 


27-37-2 


Passing Yards 


206 


:m 


Return Yards 


136 


214 


Punts-Average 


443.0 


2-34.5 


Fumbles-Lost 


1-1 


1-0 


Penalties-Yards 


440 


9-91 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


1-6 


3-18 


Time of Possession 


27 02 


32:56 



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GAME 9 

Kenan Stadium 
Chapel Hill, IMC 
Nov. 12,2005 



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Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 
Nov. 19, 2005 



UORTH CAROLINA 
MARYLAND 



30 MARYLAND 



16 



33 (OT) #23/23 BOSTON COLLEGE 31 



Box Score 

1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


Of FINAL 


MARYLAND (5-4,3-3) 7 


3 


7 


13 


3 33 


NORTH CAR (4-5, 3-3) 3 


10 


7 


10 


30 



t'HAPEL HILL. N C (AP) - Dan Ennis kicked a 28-yard field goal in overtime to give Maryland a victory 
orth Carolina 

l The Terrapins (5-4, 3-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) bolstered their bowl hopes by rallying from a 10- 
3int deficit with 9 minutes to play Lance Ball ran tor 161 yards and a touchdown, while Vernon Davis had 

Vjven catches for 139 yards and a score. 

Connor Barth - who kicked the tying field goal with 9 seconds left in regulation - missed a 38-yarder in 
>cond part of the overtime for the Tar Heels (4-5, 3-3). 

j Matt Baker threw for 335 yards, while Jesse Holley had six catches for 11 5 yards for the Tar Heels 
Both teams came into Kenan Stadium needing the win for their postseason push But Maryland leaves 

it 3edmg to beat either Boston College at home next week or win at North Carolina State in the season 

lale to earn its sixth win 

I Sam Hollenbach threw two long touchdown passes - the second 80 yards to Danny Melendez - to help 

laryland rally and take a 30-27 lead The Tar Heels responded, moving 76 yards in the 2-mmute drill to 

•ja! up Barth's 24-yard field goal. 

i But after Ennis' kick to start the overtime, the Tar Heels had a chance to win the game when Holley 

.saded alone for the end zone But Baker's throw was late, and Gemck McPhearson got there just in time 

J tip the ball away. 
Barth - who kicked the game-winner on the final play of last year's upset of unbeaten Miami - then 

.olted on the field looking 

ir his fourth field goal. But 
high snap appeared to take 

jim out of rhythm, and the 

•ck went wide hght as the 

'airapms spilled on the field 

i celebration 

. The Tar Heels led 20- 

! 7 when Baker connected 

nth a diving Mike Mason 

if a 19-yard touchdown 

Jite m the third quarter, and 

lareen Taylor returned an 

literception 25 yards for a 

Duchdown and a 27-17 lead 

Vrtfl 9:07 left in the fourth. 

! But Hollenbach led the 

sips to a quick response. 

actng a third-and-long, the 

"uarterback sidestepped 

n oncoming rusher and 

■H Jo Jo Walker deep for a 

'7-yand touchdown Then, 

'Iter a North Carolina punt, 

tollenbach again went deep, 

lis time to Melendez for the 

3ng score down the nght 

idelme and a 30-27 lead 
Ennis hit the left upnght 

n this point after, which individual statistics 

!«Uld have given the Terps a RUSHING -Maryland LanceBail39-161.JoJoWalker2-4.Team1-minus1 Sam 

OUf-pomt lead That allowed Hollenbach 7-minus 14: UNC: R McGill 22-65, M Baker 1-21 B Edwards 

Unrth r I l f th 4-3.W. WngM1-0 

jiortn Carolina tO torce me PASSING - Maryland Sam Hollenbach 19-31-2-374; UNC M Baker 25-10-0-335 

i'Vertme on Barth'S kick. RECEIVING - Maryland Vernon Davis 7-139. Derrick Fenner 6-53, Lance Ball 

3-28. Danny Melendez 2-87. Jo Jo Walker 1-67: UNC J Holley 6-115. J 

Pollock 6-74. R McGill 4-28 M Mason 3-72. J. Hamletl 3-19. B Edwards 

2-7. W Wright 1-20 

MISSED FIELD GOALS - Maryland Dan Ennis 42. 43. Connor Barth 38 

TAC <L£S - Maryland: Mton Hams 9-7-16. DQweH Jackson 5-5-10, Wfcm Kershaw 

5-4* Josh Wison 3-4-7. Jeremy Navarre 0-5-5: UNC: T Goddard 6-5-11 T 

Richardson 5*11. L Edwards 4-7-11. K. Taylor 3*11, 0. Mapp 4-6-10. 

AH - 50000 WEATHER - 62, dear 



First Quarter 

NC-FG Connor Barth 45, 1235 

MD - Lance Ball 1 run (Dan Ennis kick), 6:51 
Second Quarter 

NC - R. McGill 6 run (Bartji krck). 4 22 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 37, 1:11 

NC-FG Connor Barth 41, 0:00 
Third Quarter 

MD - Vernon Davis 24 pass Ir Sam Hollenbach (Ennis kick), 8:57 

NC-M Mason 19 pass trM Baker (Barth kick), 2 52 
Fourth Quarter 

NC - K Taylor 25 interception return (Barth kk*). 9:07 

MD - Jo Jo Walker 67 pass fr Hollenbach (Ennis kick). 7 26 

MD - Dan Melendez 80 pass tr Hollenbach (kick railed). 3:52 

NC-FG Connor Barth 24. 0:09 
Overtime 

MD - FG Dan Ennis 28 





Maryland 


North Carolina 


First Downs 


24 


18 


Rushes-Yards 


J-.'-.- 


2849 


C;~ : -it!-i- 


19-31-2 


25-4IH) 


PassitgYanls 


374 


335 


Retu^ Yards 


121 


154 


Punts-Average 


4-42.5 


7-41,1 


Pumt, : es-Lcsi 


04) 


2-1 


-'-1-.- -VI- 


445 


6-55 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


04) 


3-21 


Time of Possession 


31:59 


28:01 



Box Score 



1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


47H 


FINAL 


80ST0N COLL (8-3, 5-31 14 








17 


31 


MARYLAND (5-5, 3-4) 


10 





6 


16 



COLLEGE PARK, Md (AP) - Jolonn Dunbar scored on a 94-yard fumble return, Ray Henderson took an 
interception 35 yards for a touchdown, and the No. 23 Boston College Eagles overcame four turnovers but 
forced four from Maryland in a victory 

BC got two touchdowns apiece from its offense and defense 

Matt Ryan completed 16 of 24 passes for 230 yards, and Andre Callender had 121 yards rushing for the 
Eagles, who never trailed in their regular-season finale. 

Playing in its first year in the Atlantic Coast Conference, Boston College (8-3. 5-3) finished tied with 
Flonda State atop the Atlantic Division. But the Seminoles will advance to the title game by virtue of their 
28-17 win over the Eagles in September 

Lance Ball ran for 135 yards and a touchdown for Maryland (5-5. 3-4), which still needs one win to 
become eligible to receive a bowl bid. The Terrapins conclude the regular season next week at NC State 

Dunbar's school-record fumble return gave Boston College a 14-0 lead in the first quarter The sophomore 
linebacker picked up the ball in stride and spnnted down the right sideline, outdistancing Maryland wide 
receiver Danny Melendez, who was screened by BC safety Larry Anam. 

Henderson's touchdown came with 4:36 left after the Terrapins closed to 24-16. 

Maryland quarterback Sam Hollenbach went 25-for-45 for 230 yards and a touchdown 

Boston College also gave the ball away four times, but the Terrapins didn't capitalize on their takeaways 
as well as the Eagles 

The Terrapins trailed 14-10 at halftime, and after a scoreless third quarter. Boston College went up 21-10 
on a 1-yard touchdown run by L V Whitworth with 10:57 left. 

A 65-yard run by Ball set up a 7-yard touchdown pass from Hollenbach to Vernon Davis, and after a 
Boston College field goal, Henderson made his victory-clinching play. 

The Eagles took the 
opening kickoff and moved 79 
yards in eight plays to take a 
7-0 lead. After Whitworth ran 
four times for 19 yards and 
gained 34 yards on a screen 
pass, Callender scored on a 
14-yard run. 

Josh Wilson blocked a 
punt for Maryland at the end of 
the Eagles' next possession, 
and the Terrapins advanced to 
the 5 before Dunbar picked up 
a fumble on a third-down play. 

Another mistake by the 
Eagles' special teams enabled 
Maryland to close to 14-7. 
After De|uan Tnbble fumbled a 
punt at the BC 20. Hollenbach 
completed a 14-yard pass 
to Melendez on third-and-10 
before Ball ran it in from the 
6. 

Minutes later, Maryland 
botched an excellent chance 
to pull even. Hollenbach 
moved the Terps 56 yards to 
the BC 8. then threw a pass in 
the end zone that was picked 
off by Eagles linebacker Jamie 
Silva. 

But Maryland closed to 
14-10 on a 27-yard field goal 
by Dan Ennis with 1 :53 left in 
the half. 



First Quarter 

BC • Andre Callender 14 run (William Troost kick). 11:39 

BC - Jolonn Dunbar 94 tumble return (Troost kick), 4:35 
Second Quarter 

MD • Lance Ball 6 run (Dan Ennis kK- 

MD-FG Dan Ennis 27, 153 
Fourth Ouarfer 

BC - LV Whitworth 1 run (Ryan Ohhger tack), 10:57 

MD - Vernon Davis 7 pass fr Sam Holenbach (pass faied). 8:12 

BC-FGRyanOhllger27,4 56 

BC - Ray Henderson 35 interception return (Ohiger tack), 4:36 





Maryland 


Boston College 


First Downs 


24 


18 


Rushes-Yards 


39-133 


44-221 


Comp-Att-Int 


25-46-3 


16-24-1 


Passing Yards 


230 


230 


Rstuii ronta 


91 


l<i 


-.-':■-.-'-;- 


6-37J 


3-26.0 


; .Thes Lost 


2-1 


3-3 


Penales-Yards 


1-10 


7-54 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


1-11 


4-29 


TfiK DfPossessni 


3229 


27:31 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland Lance Bal 28-135, Mario Merrls 3-21. Vernon Davis 1-7. 

Sam Holenbach 7-mnus 30: Boston Coiege Andre Calender 17-121. LV. 

Whitworth 19*9 Mail Ryan 7-13. Team 1-mrus 2 
PASSING - Maryland Sam Holenbach 25-45-2-230. Joel Sstham 0-1-1-0: Boston 

Coiege: Mao Ryan 16-24-1-230. 
RECEIVING - Maryland: Darviy Melendez 6-59. Jo Jo Water 6-47 . Demek Ferrer 

4-36. Vernon Dans 4-32 Lance Bal 2-25. Mano Merits 1-21. Tn Cesa 1-5. 

Jason Goode 1-5: Boston Coiege Tony Gonzalez 4-40. LV. Whemorth 3*4. 

Wi Hackmon 3-50. Chris Mfcr 2-20. Kewn Chatenger 1-37. Ryan Thompson 

1-8, Larry Lester 1* Ryan Putvb 1-3 
MISSED FIELD GOALS -Boston Coiege Wfcm Troost 38 
TACKLES - Maryland D Owe! Jackson 5-11-16. Mfcn Harris 5-7-12 Josh Wison 

5-3-8. Gemck McPhearson 5-2-7. Dam Hofoway 3-34: Boston Coiege Jarre 

Siva 9-5-14. Nek Larkr 5-2-7. Jazzmen Wtams 4-2-6. Lany Anam 1*6 
ATT- 5' 585 WEATHER -46 degrees, clear 






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Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. 
Nov. 26, 2005 



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MARYLAND 



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NC STATE 



20 



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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - Toney Baker had the go-ahead touchdown on a 1-yard leap over the pile, — ; — 

Marcus Hudson returned one of his two interceptions 28 yards for a clinching score and North Carolina GGOfQId TGCh 
State beat Maryland in the ACC regular-season finale for both teams 

Mano Williams tied his own school record with four sacks for the Wolfpack (6-5, 3-5 Atlantic Coast 
Conference), who allowed a total of mmus-6 yards in the third quarter 

The Terrapins (5-6, 3-5) were hampered by repeated turnovers and other mistakes down the 
stretch. 

With Maryland trailing 10-7 in the fourth quarter, Hollenbach tried to connect with Danny Melendez, 
but Williams forced him to throw early Hudson stepped in front of Melendez and ripped the ball out of 
his hands, then sprinted up the sideline with his first interception of the season. 

That made it 17-7, and on the next possession, Williams sacked Hollenbach and forced a fumble, 
with defensive tackle DeMano Pressley recovenng for the Wolfpack. When the Terps held. John 
Deraney came on for a 29-yard field goal to increase the margin to 20-7. 

Hollenbach bounced back to lead Maryland on a 75-yard drive to pull within 20-14, finishing it off 
with a sconng toss to tight end Vernon Davis that covered 1 5 yards. But NIC State held on for its fourth 
win in the final five games when Hudson intercepted another of Hollenbach's passes with 34 seconds 
left. 



Fri„ October 6 at 10:00 a.m. 
Marriott Atlanta Airport 
4711 Best Road 
Atlanta, Ga. 30337 
(404) 766-7900 




Virginia 



Depart College Park: 
Headquarters: 



larlottesville 



Fri„ October 13 at Noon 
Doubletree Hotel - Charlottesville 
909 Hilton Heights Road 
Charlottesville, Va. 22901 
494-9467 



Hollenbach was 20-for- 
35 for 235 yards. 

Maryland completely 
controlled the first half, yet 
led only 7-3 after Dan Ennis 
hooked two field goals wide 
left. And the only points for 
NC State - a 38-yard field 
goal by Deraney - came 
after Jo Jo Walker bobbled 
a punt into the hands of 
Hudson. 

The Wolfpack needed 
to dnve 13 yards to take a 
3-0 lead. They struggled 
offensively in the opening 
half and finished with only 
39 yards on 21 plays 



Box Score 

1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


47W 


- FINAL 


MARYLAND (M, 3-5) 


7 





7 


14 


NC STATE (6-5, 3-5) 3 





7 


10 


20 



First Quarter 

ST -FG John Deraney 38, 8:18 
Second Quarter 

MD - Lance Ball 1 run (Dan Ennis kick), 2:35 
Third Quarter 

ST • Toney Baker 1 run (Deraney kick), 4 37 
Fourth Quarter 

ST - Marcus Hudson 28 interception return (Deraney kick), 9:50 

ST -FG John Deraney 29, 6 44 

MD - Vemon Davis 15 pass fr Sam Hollenbach (Ennis kick), 4:21 





Maryland 


NC State 


First Downs 


18 


14 


Rushes-Yards 


33-30 


42-73 


Comp-Att-M 


20-35-2 


12-19-1 


Passing Yards 


235 


113 


Retum Yards 


145 


81 


Punts-Average 


542.4 


7-38.0 


Fr,mbles-Losl 


2-2 


1-0 


Penalties-Yards 


14-93 


7-49 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


5-33 


7-54 


Time ot Possession 


29:50 


30:10 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland Lance Ball 21-66, Mano Memlls 3-3, Sam Hollenbach 9-minus 
39, NC State Toney Baker 15-65. Andre Brown 1 3-4 1 , Darren Blackman 1-minus 
LTeam 1-minus 1, Marcus Stone 12-minus 31 

PASSING - Maryland Sam Hollenbach 20-35-2-235: NC State: Marcus Stone 
12-19-1-113. 

RECEIVING - Maryland Vemon Davis 8-108, Jo Jo Walker 3-61 , Danny Melendez 
2-30, Jason Goode 2-12, Danny Oquendo 2-10, Drew Weatherly 2-8, Lance Ball 
1-6; NC State Tramain Hall 2-29, Andre Brown 2-23, Lamart Barrett 2-21 , Bnan 
Clark 2-17, T J Williams 2-11, Darrell Blackman 1-12, Toney Baker 1-0 

MISSED FIELD GOALS - Maryland: Dan Ennis 45, 44. 

TACKLES - Maryland. D'Qwell Jackson 9-4-13, Wesley Jeflerson 44-8, Milton 
Hams 3-54, Josh Wilson 5-1-6, David Holloway 4-1-5; NC State Gartand 
Heath 5-4-9, Mano Williams 5-3-8, Oliver Hoyte 34-7, Stephen Tulloch 5*5. 
Marcus Hudson 4-1-5 

ATT - 52.312 WEATHER - 44 degrees, clear 



Clemson 

Depart College Park: 
Headquarters: 



Fri, November 3 at 10:00 a.m. 
Marriott Greenville-Spartanburg Airport 
One Parkway East 
Greenville, S.C. 29615 
(864) 297-0300 



Boston College 



Depart College Park: 
Headquarters: 



Fri., November 17 at 10:00 a.m. 
The Westin Waltham-Boston 
70 Third Avenue 
Waltham, Mass. 02451 
(781)290-5600 




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THE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCI 



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John Swofford, 
ACC Commissioner 



THE TRADITION 

Consistency. It is the mark of true excellence in any endeavor. 
However, in today's intercollegiate athletics, competition 
has become so balanced and so competitive that it is virtually 
impossible to maintain a high level of consistency. 

Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds. 
Now in its 54th 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 100 national champion-ships, including 52 in women's 
competition and 48 in men's. In addition, NCAA individual titles have gone to ACC student- 
athletes 130 times in men's competition and 71 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 seasons. 
Four of the Hurricanes' 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). 

This past season an all-time high 14 ACC players earned first team All-America 
recognition while two others garnered second team honors. The 12 institutions that take 
to the field this fall under the ACC banner have produced 51 3 first or second team gridiron 
All-Americans and 71 first-team academic All-Americans. 

Led by NC State junior Mario Williams, the first overall selection, the ACC set an NCAA 
record with 12 players selected in the first round of the 2006 NFL draft. Williams was the 
first ACC player to be the NFL's first overall selection. Seven of the top 15, and 15 of the 
first 37 players drafted were from the ACC and the conference led all conferences with a 
league-record 51 players selected over the seven rounds. 

The 12 current ACC schools have had 2,093 players selected in the annual professional 
football draft, including 204 first round selections. 

If success is best measured in terms of wins and losses, then the ACC over the years 
has proved itself to be among the elite in Division l-A football. The ACC is the nation's 
winningest bowl conference as the 12 current league teams are a combined 139-119-5 
(.538) in post-season play. 

Following its 5-3 bowl mark in 2005, the ACC is the only conference to post a .500-or- 
better record in post-season play in each of the past five seasons. Since 2001 , the ACC is 
21-12 in post-season play and has the best bowl winning percentage (.636) among all BCS 
conferences. 

In 2002, the ACC set an NCAA record when seven of its nine teams (78%) received bowl 
bids. 

Georgia Tech and Boston College are tied for the second-best bowl game winning 
percentages in Division l-A history. The Yellow Jackets are 22-12 (.636) while the Eagles 
are 11-6. Florida State 20-13-2 (.600) is eighth. 

For the first time in ACC history, league schools surpassed the 3.8 million mark in total 
attendance in 2005. Over 73 home games, ACC teams drew 3,835,260 fans, breaking the 
existing record of 3,693,032 set in 2004. 

2005-06 IN REVIEW 

The 2005-06 academic year concluded with the league pocketing an all-time high six 
national team titles and 15 individual NCAA crowns. In all, the ACC has won 57 national 
team titles over the last 16 years. The ACC has won two or more NCAA titles in 24 of the 
past 26 years. 



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4512 Weybridge Lane 
Greensboro, NC 27407 



Phone 



336-85 l -6062 ACC Media Relations Staff 



Media Relations Fax 



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Administrative Fax 



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l oner 

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E-Mail 
Web Address 



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bmorrison(5)theacc.org Kristie Le 



theacc.com Barb Dery 



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Assistant Director 



Administrative Assistanl 



2005-06 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 

Field Hockey Maryland Men's Soccer Maryland 

Women's Basketball . . .Maryland Men's Lacrosse Virginia 

Women's Golf Duke Men's Track & Field . . . Florida State 

THE CHAMPIONSHIPS 

The conference will conduct championship competition in 25 sports during the 2006-0 
academic year - 1 2 for men and 1 3 for women. 

The first ACC championship was held in swimming on February 25, 1954. Th 
conference did not conduct championships in cross country, wrestling or tennis during th 
first year. 

The 12 sports for men include football, cross country, soccer, basketball, swimming 
indoor and outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf and lacrosse. Fencing, which wa 
started in 1971, was discontinued in 1981. 

Women's sports were initiated in 1977 with the first championship meet being held i 
tennis at Wake Forest University. 

Championships for women are currently conducted in cross country, volleyball, fief 
hockey, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, tennis, golf, lacrosse 
Softball and rowing. 

A HISTORY 

The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded on May 8, 1 953, at the Sedgefield Inn neg 
Greensboro, N.C., with seven charter members, Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Caroline 
NC State, South Carolina and Wake Forest, drawing up the conference by-laws. 

The withdrawal of seven schools from the Southern Conference came early on th 
morning of May 8, 1953, during the Southern Conference's annual spring meeting. On Jun 
14,1 953, the seven members met in Raleigh, N.C., where a set of bylaws was adopted am 
the name became officially the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

Suggestions from fans for the name of the new conference appeared in the region' 
newspapers prior to the meeting in Raleigh. Some of the names suggested were: Dixie 
Mid South, Mid Atlantic, East Coast, Seaboard, Colonial, Tobacco, Blue-Gray, Piedmon 
Southern Seven and the Shoreline. 

Duke's Eddie Cameron recommended that the name of the conference be the Atlanti 
Coast Conference, and the motion was passed unanimously. The meeting concluded wit 
each member institution assessed $200.00 to pay for conference expenses. 

On December 4, 1953, conference officials met again at Sedgefield and officiall 
admitted the University of Virginia as the league's eighth member. The first and onlj 
withdrawal of a school from the ACC came on June 30, 1971 , when the University of Sout 
Carolina tendered its resignation. 

The ACC operated with seven members until April 3, 1978, when the Georgia Institit 
of Technology was admitted. The Atlanta school had withdrawn from the Southeaster 
Conference in January of 1964. 

The ACC expanded to nine members on July 1 , 1 991 , with the addition of Florida Stat 
University. 

The conference expanded to 11 members on July 1, 2004, with the addition of th 
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 on Jul 
1,2005. 



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2005 ACC REVIEW 

CC Standings 






antic Division 


ACC Games 
W L 


For 


Opp 


Hm 


Rd 


Overall 
W 


L 


For 


Opp 


Hm 


Rd 


Nu 


vs.Div. 


Streak 


,ida State 


5 


3 


219 


180 


3-1 


2-2 


8 


5 


376 


286 


5-1 


2-3 


1-1 


3-2 


Lost 1 


iton College 


5 


3 


181 


160 


3-1 


2-2 


9 


3 


310 


191 


5-1 


4-2 


0-0 


4-1 


Won 3 


f mson 


4 


4 


222 


161 


2-2 


2-2 


8 


4 


316 


211 


4-2 


3-2 


1-0 


VI 


Won 4 


<; State 


3 


5 


136 


182 


1-3 


2-2 


7 


5 


24') 


212 


4-3 


2-2 


1-0 


2-3 


Won 3 


ryland 


3 


5 


190 


217 


1-3 


2-2 


5 


6 


270 


275 


1-4 


3-2 


1-0 


1-4 


Lost 2 


ke Forest 


3 


5 


202 


227 


2-2 


1-3 


4 


7 


269 


316 


3-3 


1-4 


0-0 


2-3 


Lost 2 


astal Oivision 


W 


L 


For 


Opp 


Hm 


Rd 


W 


L 


For 


Opp 


Hm 


Rd 


Nu 


vs.Div. 


Streak 


jmia Tech 


7 


1 


263 


86 


3-1 


4-0 


11 


2 


440 


168 


5-1 


5-0 


1-1 


4-1 


Won 1 


imi 


6 


2 


238 


118 


3-1 


3-1 


9 


3 


325 


171 


6-1 


3-1 


0-1 


4-1 


Lost 1 


orgia Tech 


5 


3 


154 


162 


3-1 


2-2 


7 


5 


222 


241 


4-2 


3-2 


0-1 


3-2 


Lost 2 


1h Carolina 


4 


4 


148 


188 


3-1 


1-3 


5 


6 


198 


288 


4-2 


14 


0-0 


2-3 


Lost 1 


ginia 


3 


5 


177 


202 


3-1 


0-4 


7 


5 


320 


279 


5-1 


1-4 


1-0 


2-3 


Won1 


^e 





8 


95 


342 


0-4 


0-4 


1 


10 


177 


408 


1-5 


0-5 


0-0 


0-5 


Lost 8 



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f"TT W. 



idividual Honors 

iyer of the Year: Chris Barclay, RB, Georgia Tech 



tensive Player of the Year: D'Qwell Jackson, LB, 

Maryland 

okie of the Year: James Davis. RB, Clemson 

ach of the Year: Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech 

an Piccolo Award: Ryan Best, DB, Virginia 



1 st Team Offense 

QB Marcus Vick, Jr., Virginia Tech 
RB Chris Barclay, Sr. , Wake Forest ' 
RB Tyrone Moss, Jr., Miami 



WR Ca lvin Johnson, So., Georgia Tech * 
WR Chansi Stuckey, Jr., Clemson 



1 st Team Defense 

DL Mathias Kiwanuka, Sr., Boston College 
PL D arryl T app, Sr„ Virgini a Tech 
Mario Williams, Jr., NC State 
Manny Lawson, Jr., NC State 
D'Qwell Jackson, Sr., Maryland 



:obs Blocking Trophy: Eric Winston, OT, Miami 

i Tatum Award: Bredan Dewan, Duke; David Castillo, 

' Florida State 

(owl Results 

amps Sports Bowl: Clemson 19, Colora do 10 
|'C Computers Bowl: Boston College 27, Boise St. 21 
herald Bowl: Utah 38, Georgia Tech 10 




Vernon Davis, Jr., Maryland 

Eric Winston, Sr., Miami 



isic City Bowl: Virginia 34, Minnesota 31 



ick-fil-A Peach Bowl: LSU 40, Miami 3 



ineke Car Care: NC State 14, South Flonda 



D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Sr., Virginia 
Jason Murphy, Sr., Virginia Tech 
Kyle Ralph, Sr, North Carolina 
Montgomery, Sr., Virgi nia Tech 

Connor Hughes, Sr., Virginia 

'denotes unanimous selection 

2nd Team Offense 

QB Charlie Whitehurst, Sr., Clemson 
RB Lance Ball, So., Maryland 

RB P.J. Daniels, Sr, Georgia Tech 



LB 
DB 
DB 



Stephe n Tulloch, Jr., NC State 

Kai Parham Jr. Virginia 



Jimmy Williams, Sr., Virginia Tech 

Kelly Jennings. Sr, Miami 



yota Gator Bowl: Virginia Tech 35, Louisville 24 



dEX Orange Bowl: Penn St. 2 6, Florida State 23 (3ot) 




WR Will Blackmon, Sr., Boston College 

WR Greg Carr. Fr„ Florida St ate 

TE Jeff King, Sr., Virginia Tech 

TE T.J. Williams, Sr., NC State 



Jimm y Martin, Sr., Virginia Tech 
Jere my Tru ebloo d , Sr., Boston College 



G Josh Beekman, Jr.. Boston College 

G Roman Fry, Jr., Clemson 



Pat Ross Sr . Boston College 



PK JadDeam Jr., Clemson 



Qwell Jackson is the second Maryland player to 
n the ACC Defensive Player of the Year honors. 



Honorable Mention: 

QB: Kyle Wnght, So., Miami (29). RB: James 
Davis, Fr, Clemson (21). WR: Jesse Holley. 
Jr., North Carolina (28); Deyon Williams. Jr., 
Virginia (28): Sinonce Moss. Sr., Miami (23). TE: 
Greg Olsen, So., Miami (25). T: Steve Vallos, Jr., 
Wake Forest (33); Brad Honeycutt, Sr.Georgia 
Tech (26). G: Tony Telia. Jr., Miami (52); Tyler 
McMeans, Sr„ Miami (47). C: David Castillo. Sr., 
Flonda State (31). 




DB 
P 



Daw an Landry, Sr, Georgia T ech 
Adam Podlesh, Jr., Maryland 



Darrell Blackman So . NC State 



Honorable Mention: 

DL: Onen Harris, Sr., Miami (31); Gaines Adams. 
Jr., Clemson (26); Tommy Davis. Sr., North 
Carolina (22). LB: Anthony Waters. Jr.. Clemson 
(32): Jon Abbate, So., Wake Forest (27); Ernie 
Sims. Jr., Florida State (23): Roger Mcintosh, 
Sr„ Miami (21); Tommy Richardson, Sr„ North 
Carolina (20). DB: Marcus Hudson Sr.„ NC State 
(29); Jamaal Fudge, Sr„ Clemson (23): Jamie 
Silva. So., Boston College (23); Milton Harris, 
Sr.. Maryland (22): Garland Heath. Jr.. NC State 
(21); Pat Watkins. Sr.. Flonda State (20). 



Milton Harris 

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2005 TEAM STATISTICS 



TOTAL OFFENSE 

School NCAA G Run Pass 


Plys 


Yds 


PP 


TD 


PG 


Boston Colleqe 


51 


12 


1740 


2913 


865 


4653 


5 4 


38 


387.8 


Clemson 


53 


12 


1836 


2779 


827 


4615 


6 6 


34 


!84 6 


Maryland 


56 


11 


1483 


2740 


783 


4223 


5.4 


31 


383.9 


Virqmia Tech 


57 


13 


2479 


2473 


900 


4952 


5 5 


48 


380 9 


Flonda State 


59 


13 


1222 


3674 


902 


4896 


5 4 


41 


376.6 


Virginia 


64 


12 


1711 


2684 


813 


4395 


54 


35 


366.2 


Wake Forest 


68 


11 


2173 


1774 


817 


3947 


4 8 


27 


358 3 


Miami 


73 


12 


1651 


2586 


788 


4237 


54 


38 


353.1 


Georgia Tech 


78 


12 


1845 


2343 


682 


4188 


47 


25 


349.0 


North Carolina 


102 


1! 


1116 


2357 


759 


3473 


46 


19 


315.7 


NC State 


103 


12 


1493 


2282 


775 


3775 


49 


27 


314.6 


Duke 


116 


11 


1398 


1331 


719 


2729 




21 


248.1 


RUSHING OFFENSE 

School NCAA G Att Yds 


Avq 


Lq 


TD 


PG 


Wake Forest 


23 


11 


525 


2173 


4.1 


71 


20 


197.5 


Virqinia Tech 


29 


13 


599 


2479 


4.1 


45 


30 


190.7 


Georqia Tech 


49 


12 


464 


1845 


4 


51 


13 


153 8 


Clemson 


50 


12 


450 


1836 


4.1 


65 


20 


153.0 


Boston Colleqe 


59 


12 


449 


1740 


3.9 


57 


21 


145.0 


Virqinia 


63 


12 


450 


1711 


3.8 


70 


20 


142.6 


Miami 


70 


12 


443 


1651 


3.7 


4b 


18 


137.6 


Maryland 


73 


11 


432 


1483 


3 4 


65 


16 


134.8 


Duke 


81 


11 


435 


1398 


3.2 


81 


16 


127.1 


NC State 


83 


12 


440 


1493 


3.4 


65 


13 


124.4 


North Carolina 


106 


11 


403 


1116 


2.8 


62 


10 


101.5 


Flonda State 


109 


13 


376 


1222 


3.2 


58 


20 


94.0 


PASSING OFFENSE 

School NCAA G Att Cmp Int Pet. Yds Avg TD 


PG 


Flonda State 


18 


13 526 


303 19 57.6 3674 7.0 21 


282.6 


Maryland 


31 


11 


351 


210 17 59 


.8 2740 7.8 15 


249.1 


Boston Colleqe 


35 


12 416 


260 12 62.5 2913 7.0 17 


242.8 


Clemson 


45 


12 


377 


248 10 65.8 2779 7.4 14 


231.6 


Virqinia 


57 


12 


363 


224 13 61.7 2684 7.4 15 


223.7 


Miami 


71 


12 340 


195 12 57.4 2586 7.6 20 


215 5 


North Carolina 


72 


11 


356 


183 12 51.4 2357 6.6 9 


214.3 


Georqia Tech 


89 


12 


418 


197 12 47 1 2343 5.6 12 


195.2 


Virqinia Tech 


91 


13 


301 


181 10 60.1 2473 8.2 18 


190.2 


NC State 


92 


12 


335 


183 14 54.6 2282 6.8 14 


190.2 


Wake Forest 


104 


•1 


292 


172 10 58.9 1774 6.1 7 


161.3 


Duke 


113 


•1 


284 


134 17 47.2 1331 4.7 5 


121.0 


SCORING OFFENSE 

School NCAA G TD XP 2XP 


FG 


Sat 


Pts 


Avg 


Virqinia Tech 


17 


13 


55 


51-52 


1-3 


19-22 





440 


33.8 


Flonda State 


44 


'3 


46 


43-44 


2-2 


17-24 


1 


376 


28.9 


Miami 


55 


12 


41 


34-39 


0-2 


15-20 





325 


27.1 


Virginia 


59 


12 


3b 


36-36 


0-0 


22-25 


1 


320 


26.7 


Clemson 


61 


'2 


35 


34-35 


0-0 


24-31 





316 


26.3 


Boston Colleqe 


64 


12 


40 


37-39 


0-0 


11-18 





310 


25.8 


Maryland 


69 


11 


32 


23-25 


2-7 


17-25 





270 


24.5 


Sake Fires! 


71 


11 


30 


30-30 


0-0 


19-24 


1 


269 


24.5 


NC Stale 


95 


12 


29 


28-29 


0-0 


15-20 


1 


.4'! 


20 8 


Georqia Tech 


103 


•2 


27 


27-27 


0-0 


11-21 





222 


18.5 


North Carolina 


104 


11 


23 


23-23 


0-0 


11-21 


2 


198 


18.0 


Duke 


110 


1' 


22 


20-21 


1-1 


7-10 


1 


177 


16.1 


KICKOFF RETURNS 

School NCAA G Ret Yds Long 


TD 


Avq 


NC State 


5 




12 


34 


864 


77 





25.4 


North Carolina 


7 




11 


40 


997 


96 


2 


24.9 


Virqinia 


24 




12 


43 


961 


68 





22.3 


Maryland 


32 




11 


36 


794 


60 





22.1 


Clemson 


35 




12 


30 


658 


81 





21.9 


Dure 


40 




11 


50 


1089 


100 


1 


21.8 


Boston Colleqe 


50 




12 


34 


715 


43 





21.0 


Georqia Tech 


67 




12 


35 


707 


58 





20.2 


Flonda Slate 


72 




13 


44 


885 


46 





20.1 


Virqinia Tech 


88 




13 


24 


457 


36 





19.0 


Miami 


106 




12 


24 


433 


33 





18.0 


Wake Forest 


116 




11 


43 


688 


32 





16.0 



TOTAL DEFENSE 

School NCAA G Run Pass Plys Yds 


PP 


TD PG 


Virginia Tech 


1 


13 


1214 


2005 789 3219 


4.1 


17 247.6 


Miami 


4 


12 


1415 


1826 828 3241 


39 


19 270.1 


NC State 


8 


12 


1286 


2298 841 3584 


4.3 


21 298.7 


Florida State 


14 


13 


140 J 


2611 896 4020 


4 5 


32 309.2 


Boston Colleqe 


16 


'2 


1090 


2650 846 3740 


44 


16 311.7 


Clemson 


20 


12 


1447 


2352 804 3799 


47 


22 316.6 


Georqia Tech 


22 


12 


'24? 


2563 793 3810 


4 8 


25 317.5 


North Carolina 


42 


11 


1520 


2321 762 3841 


5 


34 349.2 


Maryland 


43 


11 


1823 


2033 733 3856 


5.3 

53 


28 350.5 


Virqinia 


60 


12 


1814 


2695 857 4509 


33 375.8 


Wake Forest 


69 


11 


1468 


2780 766 4248 


5 5 


35 386.2 


Duke 


89 


11 


2280 


2244 740 4524 


61 


52 411.3 


RUSHING DEFENSE 

School NCAA G Att Yds Avq 


Lq 


TD PG 


Boston Colleqe 




5 


12 


420 1090 2.6 


65 


6 90.8 


Virqinia Tech 




8 


13 


402 1214 3.0 


44 


6 93.4 


Georqia Tech 


13 


12 


409 1247 3.0 


52 


9 103.9 


NC State 


14 


12 


461 1286 2.8 


62 


11 107.2 


Florida State 


18 


13 


492 1409 2.9 


78 


17 108.4 


'.'an 


23 


12 


474 1415 3.0 


81 


11 117.9 


Clemson 


25 


'2 


431 1447 3.4 


49 


12 120.6 


Wake Forest 


35 


11 


369 1468 4.0 


6 7 


13 133.5 


North Carolina 


42 


11 


434 1520 3.5 


42 


21 138.2 


Virqinia 


62 


12 


456 1814 4.0 


56 


18 151.2 


Maryland 


78 


11 


459 1823 4.0 


38 


24 165.7 


Duke 


108 


11 


444 2280 5.1 


71 


30 207.3 


PASSING DEFENSE 

School NCAA G Att Cmp Int Pet. Yds Avq TD PG 


Miami 


1 


12 354 


165 14 46.6 1826 5.2 8 152.2 


Virqinia Tech 


3 


13 


387 


192 19 49.6 2005 5.2 11 154.2 


Maryland 


19 


11 


274 


168 9 61.3 2033 7.4 4 184.8 


NC State 


26 


12 


380 


185 13 48,7 2298 6.0 10 191.5 


Clemson 


29 


12 373 


211 14 56.6 2352 6.3 10 196.0 


Florida State 


33 


13 404 


239 12 59.2 2611 6.5 15 200.8 


Duke 


36 


11 


296 


176 9 59.5 2244 7.6 22 204.0 


North Carolina 


49 


11 


328 


189 11 57.6 2321 71 13 2110 


Georqia Tech 


52 


•: 


384 


205 21 534 2563 6.7 16 213.6 


Boston Colleqe 


62 


12 426 


260 11 61.0 2650 6.2 10 220.8 


Virqinia 


71 


12 401 


249 15 62.1 2695 6.7 15 224.6 


Wake Forest 


92 


11 


397 


218 14 54.9 2780 7.0 22 252.7 


SCORING DEFENSE 

School NCAA G TD XP 2XP FG 


Saf 


Pts Avg 


Virqinia Tech 


2 


13 


19 


18-18 0-1 12-18 





168 12.9 


Miami 


4 


12 


19 


19-19 0-0 12-21 


1 


171 14.2 


Boston Colleqe 


7 


12 


21 


20-20 0-1 15-20 





191 15.9 


Clemson 


11 


12 


23 


20-20 1-2 17-22 





211 17.6 


NC State 


12 


12 


25 


24-25 0-0 12-22 


1 


212 17.7 


Georqia Tech 


23 


12 


28 


26-27 1-1 15-17 





241 20.1 


Flonda State 


28 


13 


34 


30-31 1-3 16-24 


1 


286 22.0 


Virqinia 


40 


12 


34 


31-33 1-1 14-22 





279 23.2 


Maryland 


55 


11 


34 


33-33 0-1 12-16 


1 


275 25.0 


North Carol na 


63 


11 


37 


34-36 0-1 10-15 


1 


288 26.2 


Wake Foresl 


77 


•1 


39 


35-38 0-1 15-15 


1 


316 28.7 


Duke 


111 


11 


54 


54-54 0-0 10-15 





408 37 1 


PUNT RETURNS 

School NCAA G Ret Yds Lonq 


TD Avg 


Florida State 


9 




'3 


54 801 


87 


4 14.8 


Miami 


35 




12 


37 407 


48 


2 11.0 


Boston Colleqe 


50 




12 


31 302 


32 


9.7 


North Carolina 


58 




11 


31 286 


40 


1 9.2 


Virginia Tech 


62 




13 


46 406 


44 


8.9 


Clemson 


86 




12 


30 207 


47 


1 6.9 


Virqinia 


87 




12 


20 137 


16 


6.8 


NC State 


90 




12 


36 242 


26 


6.7 


Duke 


97 




11 


25 159 


23 


6.4 


Georgia Tech 


105 




12 


35 198 


20 


5.7 


Maryland 


107 




11 


27 147 


22 


5.4 


Wake Foresl 


110 




11 


28 149 


22 


6 3 



NET PUNTING 

School NCAA G No. 


Yards Avg 


Yds. Avq N 


Wake Forest 


1 


11 68 


3195 47.0 


221 3.2 4' 


Miami 


25 


12 66 


2572 39.0 


150 2.3 36 


Georqia Tech 


27 


12 87 


3433 39.5 


282 3.2 3( 


Florida State 


29 


13 74 


2859 38.6 


116 1.6 3! 


Maryland 


31 


11 44 


1918 43.6 


253 5.8 3! 


Duke 


34 


11 76 


3144 41.4 


430 5.7 3! 


North Carolina 


36 


11 68 


2736 40.2 


207 3.0 3! 


Virqinia Tech 


49 


13 52 


2244 43.2 


230 4.4 3 


Virginia 


70 


12 54 


2122 39.3 


278 5.1 3! 


NC State 


82 


12 76 


2931 38.6 


381 5.0 3i 


Boston Colleqe 


102 


12 66 


2561 38.8 


383 5.8 3 


Clemson 


114 


12 55 


1845 33.5 


207 3.8 2! 


3RD DOWN CONVERSIONS - (Oil 

School G Conv Att Pet 


Virqinia 


12 


76 


176 


43 2 


Boston Colleqe 


12 


76 


177 


42.9 


Virqinia Tech 


13 


72 


170 


42.4 


Clemson 


12 


62 


163 


38.0 


Florida State 


13 


68 


188 


36.2 


Georqia Tech 


12 


71 


198 


35.9 


Maryland 


11 


53 


150 


35.3 


North Carolina 


11 


58 


166 


34.9 


Wake Forest 


11 


63 


186 


33 9 


Duke 


11 


58 


172 


33.7 


Miami 


12 


51 


159 


32.1 


NC State 


12 


42 


165 


25.5 


QUARTERRACK SACKS RY 

School G Sacks Yards PG 


NC State 


12 


42 


293 


8 50 


Flonda State 


13 


44 


273 


3 38 


Georqia Tech 


12 


36 


257 


3.00 


Boston Colleqe 


12 


35 


203 


2.92 


Virqinia Tech 


13 


37 


219 


2.85 


Miami 


12 


34 


250 


2.83 


North Carolina 


11 


31 


219 


2 82 


Clemson 


12 


32 


195 


2.67 


Maryland 


11 


21 


118 


1.91 


Duke 


11 


19 


121 


1.73 


Virqinia 


12 


19 


115 


158 


Wake Forest 


11 


15 


98 


1.36 


TIME OF POSSESSION 

School G For Opp 


Mar. 


Virqinia Tech 


13 


32:37 


27 23 


•5 14 


Wake Forest 


11 


32:06 


27:54 


+4:12 


Georqia Tech 


12 


3149 


28 11 


+3:38 


Duke 


11 


30:46 


29:14 


+1:32 


North Carolina 


11 


30:44 


29:16 


•128 


Clemson 


12 


30:37 


29:23 


+1:14 


Maryland 


11 


30:06 


29:54 


+0:12 


Virqinia 


12 


29:02 


30:58 


-1:56 


NC State 


12 


29:01 


30:59 


-1:58 


Boston Colleqe 


12 


29:01 


30:59 


-1:58 


Miami 


12 


28:28 


31:32 


-3:04 


Flonda State 


13 


28:12 


31:48 


-3:36 


FIRST DOWNS PER GAME 

School G Rush Pass Pen Total PG 


Maryland 


11 


95 


128 19 


242 22.0 


Virqinia Tech 


13 


148 


113 21 


282 21.7 


Boston Colleqe 


12 


97 


140 18 


255 21.2 


Clemson 


12 


110 


119 23 


252 21.0 


Georqia Tech 


12 


104 


112 24 


240 20.0 


Virqinia 


12 


98 


114 23 


235 19.6 


Florida State 


13 


67 


156 20 


243 18.7 


Wake Forest 


11 


113 


74 14 


201 18.3 


Miami 


12 


83 


114 20 


217 18.1 


North Carolina 


11 


77 


100 21 


198 180 


NC Stale 


12 


76 


91 18 


185 15.4 


Duke 


11 


79 


60 15 


154 14.0 



130 • THE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 



2005 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 



JSHIIMG YARDAGE PER GAME 



NCAA 



Avg 



TD 



Ire Callender, So BC 
nden Ore Fr VT 
li Lundy. Sr . UVa 



142 



708 



5.0 



109 



647 



5.9 



144 



574 



4.0 



Mlie Jones, So, Miami 
■tin Boyle So , Duke 
ey Baker, Fr , NCS 



123 



507 



4.1 



42 



134 



458 



3.4 



34 



124 



546 



4.4 



ECEPTIONS PER GAME 

yer, School 



NCAA 



Rec Yards 



TD 



LG Avg 



OTAL OFFENSE YARDAGE PER GAME 

ayer, School NCAA GP Run Pass Plays Total PP 



TDR 



PG 



, Sr WF 


15 


10 


218 




52 


10 


71 


1127 


Daniels, Sr GT 


49 


11 


198 


Mil 


4,7 


3 


51 


84,5 


,ce Ball, So. Md. 


51 


11 


189 


903 


48 
5 3 


6 
9 


65 
40 


82 1 


i les Davis, Fr Clem 


56 


11 


165 


879 


79 9 


Whirworth So BC 


80 


12 


169 


80/ 


4.3 


5 


47 


h/.' 


Inc Humes. Sr VT 


90 


12 


162 


752 


4r 


11 


41 


62 7 


ah Andrews, So WF 


92 


10 


110 


621 


56 


1 


44 


62 1 


|IB Brown, Fr NCS 


100 


11 


129 


667 


52 


6 


65 


60,6 


igie Mernwealher, Jr Clem 




12 


144 


715 


4.8 


7 


38 


59 6 



57 590 



45 53.E 



52.2 



46.1 



458 



36 45.5 



PG 



msi Sluckey, Jr. Clem 
ion Williams, Jr UVa 


46 
61 


12 
12 


64 
58 


770 
767 




4 
7 


40 

90 


12.0 

13 2 


5 33 
4 8 1 


-non Davis, Jr. Md. 


70 


11 


51 


871 




6 


73 


171 


4 64 


lie Reid Sr FSU 


76 


11 


50 


634 




1 


43 


12? 


4 55 


vin Johnson, So. GT 


77 


12 


54 


888 




6 


59 


16.4 


4.50 


seHolley Jr UNC 


90 


11 


47 


670 




1 


49 


14.3 


4.27 


I Blackmon Sr BC 


93 


12 


51 


763 




4 


61 


15.0 


4.25 


is Davis, Jr FSU 




13 


51 


1*6 




5 


56 


13.1 


192 


■on Kelly Fr Clem 




12 


47 


575 




2 


41 


12.2 


3.92 


rrick Fenner. Sr. Md. 




9 


34 


417 




2 


45 


12.3 


3 78 


ECEIVING YARDAGE PER 

.yer. School NCAA G Rec 


GAR 

Yards 
871 


IE 


TD 
6 


LG 
73 


Avg 
17.1 


PG 


-non Davis, Jr. Md. 


42 


11 


51 


79.2 


Ivin Johnson, So GT 


52 


12 


54 


888 




6 


59 


16.4 


74.0 


ansi Sluckey Jr Clem 


70 


12 


64 


770 




4 


40 


12.0 


64.2 


yon Williams Jr UVa 


71 


12 


58 


767 




7 


90 


13.2 


63 9 


I Blackmon Sr BC 


72 


12 


5! 


763 




4 


61 


!50 


63 6 


faBHofev.Jr.UNC 


77 


11 


47 


670 




1 


4^ 


14.3 


60 9 


■Reid. Sr. FSU 




11 


50 


634 




1 


43 


12? 


57.6 


jsq Can. Fr. FSU 




11 


30 


618 




9 


63 


20.6 


56.2 


jrC.r. 5- NCS 




10 


25 


537 




6 


96 


21.5 


53.7 


nny Melendez. Sr, Md 




11 


40 


584 




2 


80 


14.6 


53.1 


I 

ASSING EFFICIENCY 

iyer. School NCAA G 


(MINIMUM 15 ATTEMPTS PER GAME) 

Art CmD Int Pet. Yds. TD 


Erf. 


IDE . * Jr. VT 


23 


13 


289 


177 


10 


61.2 


2393 


17 


143.3 


leWnqhl. So. Miami 


33 


12 


307 


180 


10 


58.6 


2403 


18 


137.2 


•lew Ryan, So. BC 


36 


10 


195 


121 


5 


62.1 


1514 


8 


135.7 


ariie .', " :e h i.rs: 5 r Cem 


39 


11 


340 


229 


10 


67.4 


2483 


11 


133.5 


m Hollenbach, Jr. Md. 


43 


11 


315 


192 


15 


61.0 


2539 


13 


132.8 


irgues Hagans Sr UVa 


51 


12 


343 


213 


12 


62.1 


2492 


■4 


129.6 


a .,- ■•-■ - -" " FSU 
•reus Stone, So. NCS 


66 
80 


13 
9 


469 

154 


276 

75 


lb 

6 


58 8 
48.7 


3208 
1015 


18 

8 


121.3 
113.4 


ill 6a«e- 5- .. NC 


83 


11 


346 


180 


11 


52.0 


2345 


9 


111.2 


■ggie Ball. Jr. GT 


95 


11 


379 


182 


'2 


48.0 


2165 


11 


99.3 



PG 



ewWeatherford.Fr.FSU 


35 


13 


-28 


3208 


5 -,h 




5.9 


21 


244.6 


•ques Haqans, Sr. UVa 


43 


12 


310 


2492 


458 


2802 


6.1 


17 


233.5 


::-3 


47 


11 


381 


2165 


483 


2:46 


53 


15 


231.5 


m Hollenbach, Jr. Md. 


49 


11 


•18 


2539 


387 


2521 


65 


15 


229.2 


tarfe Whrtehurst. Sr, Clem. 


50 


11 


26 


2483 


390 


25:,4 


6.5 


14 


228.1 


musVick.Jr.VT 


60 


13 


380 


2393 


43c 


2773 


6.4 


23 


213.3 


ill Baker. Sr. UNC 


64 


11 


-34 


2345 


425 


2311 


5.4 


11 


210.1 


teWriqht. So. Miami 


72 


12 


-101 


2403 


371 


2302 


62 


19 


191.8 


Whew Ryan. So. BC 


90 


10 


94 


1514 


232 


1608 


6.9 


13 


160.8 


ckAsack. Fr. Duke 




9 


95 


966 


258 


1061 


4.1 


7 


117.9 



ALL PURPOSE YARDAGE PER GAME 



Player. School 


NCAA 


G Run 


Rec 


PntR 


KoR 


Yds 

1596 


PG 


Chns Barclay, Sr WF 


15 


1127 


159 




222 


'50 8 


Jo Jo Walker, Sr. Md. 


49 


1 55 


480 


141 


674 


1350 


122 7 


Willie Reid, Sr FSU 


56 


1 5 


634 


541 


145 




120 5 


Will Blackmon. Sr BC 


62 


2 21 


763 


124 


489 




1164 


P.J Daniels, Sr GT 


100 


1 930 


■74 








1104 


10( 4 


Lance Ball, So Md. 


1 903 


153 








1056 


96 


James Davis. Fr Clem 


1 879 


152 








1031 


93 7 


Chansi Sluckey, Jr Clem 

Darrell Blackman, So NCS 


2 78 
2 203 


770 
151 


199 

122 


22 

562 


1069 

■066 


B9.1 
88.2 


I V Whitworth, So. BC 


2 607 


244 








1051 


87! 



SCORING PER GAME 




Player, School 


NCAA 


G 


TD 


XPT 


PAT 


FG 


Ptt 


PG 


Jad Dean, Jr Clem 


19 


12 








34-35 


24-31 


106 


8.8 


Brandon Pace, Jr VT 


28 


13 








51-52 


•9-22 


108 


8.3 


Connor Huqhes, Sr UVa 


29 


12 








36 36 


21-24 


99 


82 


Sam Swan) Fr WF 


40 


11 








29-29 


■9-24 


86 


7.8 


Gary Cismesia So FSU 


64 


13 








42-43 


17-24 


93 


72 


Dan Ennis, Jr. Md. 


79 


11 








23-25 


17-25 


74 


6.7 


Jon Peattie, Jr. Miami 


63 


12 








■A- '9 


•5-20 


79 


66 


John Deraney, Jr. NCS 




12 








28-28 


15-20 


73 


6.1 


Chns Barclay, Sr WF 




10 


10 











60 


6.0 


Wali Lundy, Sr. UVa 




11 


11 











66 


6.0 


FIELD GOALS PER GAME 

Player, School NCAA G FG 


FGA 


LG 


Pet 


PG 




Jad Dean Jr Ciem 


3 


12 


24 


31 


49 


.774 


2 00 




Connor Huqhes. Sr. UVa 


8 


12 


21 


24 


50 


.875 


1.75 




SamSwant Fr WF 


9 


11 


19 


24 


52 


792 


173 




Dan Ennis. Jr Md 


19 


11 


17 


25 


45 


.680 


155 




Brandon Pace, Jr. VT 


22 


13 


19 


22 


45 


.663 


1.46 




Gary Cismesia, So. FSU 


32 


13 


17 


24 


49 


.708 


1.31 




Jon Peattie, Jr Miami 


39 


12 


15 


20 


49 


.750 


1.25 




John Deraney, Jr. NCS 


39 


12 


15 


20 


48 


.750 


1.25 




Connor Bar*. So. UNC 


64 


11 


•• 


21 


45 


523 


1.00 




Travis Bell, So. GT 


70 


12 


11 


21 


48 


.523 


3 92 




PUNTING AVERAGE 

Player. School NCAA G 


Punt 


Yds 


LG 


120 


Avg 




Ryan Plackemeier. Sr. WF 


1 


11 


67 


3165 


82 


20 


47.2 




Adam Podlesh. Jr. Md 


13 


11 


44 


1918 


61 


17 


43.6 




Nic Schmrtl Jr ." 


15 


13 


52 


2244 


65 


14 


43.2 




Chris Spraque, Sr. Duke 


41 


11 


76 


3144 


64 


20 


41.4 




Johnny Ayers, So. BC 


43 


12 


62 


2561 


56 


19 


4'; 




David Wooldridqe, Jr. UNC 


46 


11 


66 


2713 


56 


13 


4- ' 




John Deraney, Jr. NCS 


60 


12 


72 


2864 


57 


23 


40.1 




Chns Gould, So. UVa 


62 


12 


53 


2'22 


53 


13 


40.0 




Bnan Monroe. Jr. Miami 


66 


12 


64 


2549 


57 


24 


39.8 




Ben Amdt, Sr. GT 


70 


12 


87 


3433 


78 


22 


39.5 




KICKOFF RETURNS < M,NIMUM •■» returns per gamei 

Player, School NCAA G Ret Yds Long TD 


Avg 




Darrell Blackman. So. NCS 


6 


12 


20 


582 


77 





29.1 




Cednc Peerman. Fr. UVa 


22 


12 


21 


-X 


43 





25 6 




Brandon Tate. Fr. UNC 


22 


11 


1' 


=-i 


96 


1 


25.8 




Kenny O'Neal. Fr. FSU 


38 


11 


21 


503 


46 





24.0 




Ronnie Drummer, So, Duke 


40 


11 


16 


382 


100 


1 


23.9 




Jo Jo Walker, Sr.Md. 


50 


11 


29 


674 


60 





23.2 




Will Blackmon, Sr BC 


67 


12 


22 


489 


43 





222 




Chns Davis, So. Duke 


76 


11 


20 


425 


35 





21.2 




Michael Johnson, Jr. UVa 


77 


11 


16 


336 


65 





21.0 




Chris Woods. Sr.GT 


82 


11 


17 


346 


58 





20.4 




PUNT RETURNS 

Player, School NCAA 


MINIMUM 1.2 RETURNS PER GAMEI 

G Ret Yds Lonq TD 


Avg 




Willie Reid. Sr FSU 


4 


11 


31 


541 


87 


3 


17.5 




Devin Hester. Jr. Miami 


12 


10 


22 


312 


48 


1 


14.2 




Brandon Tate. Fr. UNC 


46 


11 


29 


267 


40 





92 




WSI Blackmon, Sr.BC 


52 


12 


15 


124 


32 





8.3 




E;:e=-,a =: ." 


53 


13 


32 


263 


29 





82 




Chns Davis. So. Duke 


63 


11 


22 


167 


23 





7.6 




Chansi Stuckey. Jr. Clem. 


67 


12 


27 


199 


47 


1 


7.4 




Pat Clark, So. GT 


73 


12 


30 


•9' 


20 





64 




Darrell Blackman, So. NCS 


78 


12 


21 


122 


20 





5.8 




Jo Jo Walker. Sr. Md. 


81 


11 


25 


141 


22 





5.6 








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INTERCEPTIONS PER GAME 

Player, School NCAA G Int Yds 


Long 


TD 


PG 


Marcus Hamilton, Jr. UVa 


5 


12 


6 


28 


14 





0.50 


Josh Gattis, Jr. WF 


9 


11 


5 


126 


41 


2 


0.45 


John Talley, Jr. Duke 


9 


11 


5 


73 


35 





0.45 


Garland Heath, Jr. NCS 


16 


12 


5 


40 


40 





0.42 


Philip Wheeler. So. GT 


42 


12 


4 


18 


10 





0.33 


Dawan Landry, Sr GT 


42 


12 


4 


12 


12 





0.33 


Aaron Rouse, Jr. VT 


62 


13 


4 


52 


25 





0.31 


Lovon Ponder, Fr. Miami 


68 


11 


3 


44 


42 





0.27 


Alphonso Smith, Fr. WF 


68 


11 


3 


27 


23 


1 


0.27 


Trimane Goddard. So UNC 


68 


11 


3 


1 


1 





0.27 


TACKLES PER GAME 

Player NCAA G 


Solo 


Assist 


Sack 


Total 


PG 


D'Qwell Jackson, Sr. Md. 


2 


10 


56 


81 


4.0 


137 


13.7 


Stephen Tulloch, Jr. NCS 


12 


12 


59 


75 


6.0 


134 


11.2 


Anthony Waters, Jr. Clem. 


39 


11 


65 


37 


1.5 


102 


9.3 


Vince Hall, So. VT 


63 


13 


43 


69 


3.0 


112 


8.6 


Kai Parham, Jr. UVa 


65 


12 


54 


49 


8.5 


103 


86 


A.J. Nicholson, Sr. FSU 


79 


12 


53 


47 


1.0 


100 


8.3 


Larry Edwards, Jr. UNC 


80 


11 


43 


48 


1.5 


91 


8.3 


Tommy Richardson. Sr. UNC 


80 


11 


46 


45 


1.0 


91 


8.3 


Michael Brown, Fr, Duke 




11 


49 


35 


1.0 


84 


7.6 


JonAbbate.So.WF 




10 


41 


35 


2.0 


76 


7.6 


William Kershaw, Sr. Md. 




10 


34 


42 


1.0 


76 


7.6 


Milton Harris, Sr. Md. 




11 


47 


36 


1.0 


83 


7.5 


Roqer Mcintosh Sr. Miami 




12 


50 


39 


5.5 


89 


74 


Brandon Meriweather, Jr. Miami 


12 


57 


31 


1.0 


88 


7.3 


Jamie Silva. So. BC 




12 


60 


27 


1.0 


87 


7.2 


Oliver Hoyte. Sr NCS 




11 


27 


52 


1.0 


79 


7.2 


Gems Wilkinson. Sr. GT 




12 


42 


43 


4.; 


85 


7.1 


Buster Davis, Jr. FSU 




13 


38 


53 


2.0 


91 


7.0 


Chris Reis, Sr GT 




12 


57 


27 


0.5 


84 


7.0 


Josh Wilson, Jr. Md. 




11 


41 


32 


2.0 


73 


6.6 


Josh Gattis, Jr. WF 




11 


46 


26 


0.0 


72 


65 


Dawan Landry, Sr GT 




12 


51 


25 


0.0 


76 


6 3 


James Anderson, Sr VT 




13 


41 


41 


3.0 


82 


6.3 


Ray Henderson Sr BC 




12 


39 


36 


0.0 


75 


6.2 



QUARTERBACK SACKS 

Player, School G Total PG 

Mano Williams . Jr NCS 12 14.5 1.21 

Manny Lawson, Sr. NCS 12 10.5 0.88 



Mathias Kiwanuka, Sr BC 



11 



9.5 



0.86 



Darryl Tapp. Sr. VT 



10.0 



0.77 



Tommy Davis Sr UNC 


11 


8.0 


073 


Gaines Adams, Jr. Clem. 


12 


8.5 


0.71 


Kai Parham, Jr. UVa 


12 


8.5 


0.71 



Brodnck Bunkley. Sr. FSU 



13 



9.0 



Kameno n Wimbley, Sr FSU 11 



7.5 



0.68 



Eric Henderson, Sr GT 



10 



6.5 



0.65 



TACKLES FOR LOSS 

Player, School G Total PG 



Mario Williams, Jr NCS 



24 



200 



Brodrick Bunkley, Sr FSU 
Stephen Tulloch Jr NCS 
Manny Lawson, Sr NCS 



250 



1.92 



21.0 



1.75 



19.5 



1.62 



Mathias Kiwanuka, Sr BC 


11 


16.5 


1.50 


Kai Parham Jr UVa 


12 


14.5 


121 


Charles Bennett. Sr. Clem. 


12 


14.5 


1.21 


KaMichael Hall, Jr GT 


12 


14.0 


1.17 


Anthony Waters, Jr. Clem. 


11 


12.5 


1.14 


Darryl Tapp Sr VT 


13 


14.5 


1.12 




Milton Hai 



PASSES DEFENDED 

Player, School G Total 



PG 



Kelly Jennings Sr Miami 



FUMBLES CAUSED 

Pl ayer, School G Total 



16 1.33 



John Talley. Jr. Duke 



13 1.18 



Josh Gattis. Jr WF 



12 1.09 



Alphonso Smit h, Fr, WF 



12 1.09 



Cedrick Holt, Sr, UNC 



12 1.09 



Marcus Hudson. Sr. NCS 



13 1.08 



Marcus Hamilton, Jr, UVa 



12 12 1.00 



Tony Carter, Fr, FSU 



12 0,92 



Garland Heath, Jr NCS 



11 0,92 



Josh Wilson, Jr. Md. 



0.82 



Milton Harris. Sr Md. 


11 


5 


oJ 


Eric Henderson, Sr. GT 


10 


4 


0,' 


Kelly Jenninqs, Sr. Miami 


12 


4 


oj 


Michael Brown, Fr. Duke 


11 


3 


0,; 


Oliver Hoyte, Sr. NCS 


11 


3 


01 


Gaines Adams, Jr. Clem. 


12 


3 


o.; 


Darryl Tapp, Sr. VT 


13 


3 


o; 


Durrell Mapp, So UNC 


10 


2 





Conrad Bolston. Jr. Md. 


11 


2 


0. 


David Holloway, Jr. Md. 


11 


2 


0.1 



Pat Watkms. Sr FSU 


13 44 


33 0.0 77 


5.9 








ACCPI 

OFFENSIVE BACK 

S6 Micah Andrews Wake Forest 
S12 Reggie Ball Georgia Tech 
S19 Tyrone Moss Miami 
S26 Barrington Edwards North Carolina 
03 Marcus Vick Virginia Tech 
Cory Randolph Wake Forest 


JVYERS 

DEFENSIVE LINE 

S6 Kamenon Wimbley Florida State 


OF1 

SPECIALIST 

S6 Jad Dean 
S12 NickWatkins 
S19 Connor Hughes 
S26 AdamPodlesh 


Ciemson 
Ciemson 
Virqinia 
Maryland 


WEEK 


Mil'* 


D'Qwell Jackson 


Man/land 


SI 2 Gaines Adams Ciemson 
S19 Kai Parham Virqinia 
S26 Kai Parham Virginia 

Brian Toal Boston College 
03 Jon Abbate Wake Forest 
01 VinceHall Virginia Tech 
017 Kai Parham Virginia 
024 VinceHall Virginia Tech 
031 Eric Henderson Georgia Tech 
N7 Manny Lawson NC State 

Brodrick Bunkley Florida State 
N14 Mathias Kiwanuka Boston College 
N21 Darryl Tapp Virginia Tech 
N28 Mario Williams NC State 

DEFENSIVE BACK 

S6 Aaron Rouse Virginia Tech 


03 Brandon Tate 


North Carolina 


O10 Devin Hester 


Miami 


01 Qumton Porter 
Brian Clark 


Boston College 

NC Stale 


017 Connor Hughes 


Virginia 


024 Ryan Plackemeier 
031 Willie Reid 


Wake Forest 
Florida State 


017 Marques Hagans 
024 Charlie Whitehurst 
031 Chris Barclay 
Tyrone Moss 


Virginia 
Ciemson 
Wake Forest 
Miami 


N7 Wallace Wright 
N14 Lawrence Timmons 
N21 BenAmdt 
N28 Nic Schmitt 

ROOKIE 

S6 James Davis 


North Carolina 
Florida State 

Georgia Tech 
Virqinia Tech 

Ciemson 


N7 Andre Brown 
N14 Kyle Wright 
N21 James Davis 


NC State 

Miami 

Ciemson 


N28 Cednc Humes Virginia Tech 

OFFENSIVE LINE 

S6 Brad Honeycutt Georgia Tech 


S12 Drew Weatherford 
S19 Kenny Phillips 


Florida State 

Miami 


S26 Trey Covington 

Branden Albert 


Maryland 

Virginia 


S12 Will Montgomery 


Virqinia Tech 


S12 Roland Minor 


Virginia Tech 


S19 Vernon Davis 


Maryland 


S19 AJ Nicholson 


Florida State 


03 Drew Weatherford 
O10 GregCarr 

017 James Davis 


Florida State 
Florida State 

Ciemson 


S26 Jeff King 


Virqinia Tech 


S26 Brandon Meriweather 
03 Larry Edwards 
01 Garland Heath 
017 Jamie Silva 

024 Alphonso Smith 


Miami 

North Carolina 
NC State 
Boston College 
Wake Forest 


03 Ryan McDonald 


Maryland 


O10 Enc Winston 


Miami 


024 GregCarr 

031 Andre Brown 


Florida State 
NC State 


017 Barry Richardson 


Ciemson 


024 Brian Chacos 
031 Eric Winston 


North Carolina 

Miami 


N7 Andre Brown 


NC State 


031 Ernie Sims 
N7 AJ Davis 


Florida State 
NC State 


N14 James Davis 


Ciemson 


N7 Anthony Wollschlager 


Miami 


N21 Branden Ore 


Virginia Tech 


N14 D'Bnckashaw Ferguson Virginia 


N14 Milton Harris 


Maryland 


N28 Branden Ore 


Virginia Tech 


N21 Will Montgomery 


Virginia Tech 


N21 KaMichael Hall 


Georgia Tech 






Vernon Davi: 


N28 Will Montgomery 


Virginia Tech 


N28 Marcus Hudson 


NC Slate 











132 • THE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 



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OPPONENT 






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134 - WILLIAM & MARY 

134 • MIDDLE TENNESSEE 

135 - WEST VIRGINIA 

135 - FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL 
136 -GEORGIA TECH 

136 - VIRGINIA 
137 -NC STATE 
137 -FLORIDA STATE 
138 - CLEMSON 

138 - MIAMI 

139 - BOSTON COLLEGE 

139 • WAKE FOREST 

140 - COMPOSITE SCHEDULE 



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WILLIAM & MARY 



September 2, 2006 

Byrd Stadium • College Park, Md. 



GENERAL 
INFORMATION 

Locati on: Williamsburg, Va. 23187 



Founded: 1693 



Enrollment: 5.700 



Nickname: Tribe 



Colors: Green, G old an d Silver 
Stadium: Walter J. Zable Stadium 
at Cary Field (12,259) 



Surface: Field Turf 



Conference: Atlantic 10 
President: Gene R Nichol 



Athletic Director: Terry Driscoll 

HISTORY 

Firs t year of Football: 1893 
Ajl-Time R ecord: 509-49041 
All-Time Postseason Record: 8-8 



Years in Postseason Play: 12 



Last Post season App earan ce: 2004 
Result: Lost to James Madison, 
34-48 in l-AA semifinals 



SPORTS INFORMATION 

Football SID: Pete Clawson 



Off ice: (757) 221-3369 



Home: (7571645-4040 



E-mail: pmclaw@wm.edu 



Football Assistant: Mark Hoskms 



Phone:(757)221-3344 



Fax:(757)221-3412 



Press Box P hone: (757) 221-3414 
SID Mailing Address: PO Box 399, 

Williamsburg, VA 23187 
Website Address: www.TnbeAthletics.com 



COACHING STAFF 

Head C oach: Jimmye Laycock 



(William and M ary, 70) 



Career Record: 175-119-2(26) 
At School: Same 



Football Office Phone: (757) 221 -3337 



Best Time to Reach Coach: Mornings 



Weekly Press Conference: Tuesdays. Noon 
Assistant Coaches: Zbig Kepa, OC/WR; 
Bob Soldentch, AHC/OL; Matt McLeod, 
DC/LB; Trevor Andrews, RC/DL: Steven 
Jerry, RB; Scott Boone, S: Chns Willets, 
TE; Wes Dodson, DA; John Sauer, SC 



TEAM INFORMATION 

20 05 Record: 5-6 

2005 Conference Record: 3-5 (T 

3rd, Southern Division) 

2005 Final Rankings: N/A 

Basic Offense: Pro-Style 

Basic Defense: Multip le 4-2 



Letterme n Returni ng/Lost: 29/18 
Starters Returning/Lost: 13/11 

SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: 1-2 
Series at Maryland: William 
and Mary leads 1-0 



Series at Willi am and M ary: Series tied 1-1 
Fir st Meeting: 1905, Maryland, 17-0 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: N/A 
Last Terrapin Win at William 

and Mary: 1905 (17-0) 
Last Tribe Win at Maryland: 1945 (33-14) 
Last Tribe Win at William and 

Mary: 1946 (41-7) 
Current Series Streak: William 

and Mary has won two 

Maryland's Largest Margin of 

Victory: 17 (17-0, 1905) 
William and Mary's Largest Margin 

of Victory: 34 '(41-7, 1946) 

2006 SCHEDULE 

Sept, 2 at Maryland 



Sept, 16 Maine 



Sepl 23 



VMI 



Sept. 30 Hofstra 



Oct. 7 



at Massachusetts 



Oct. 14 at Liberty 



Oct 28 



Villanova 



Nov 4 



at Towson 



Nov 11 



at Delaware 



Nov 18 



Richmond 



2005 

Sept. 1 



RESULTS 

at Marshall L 



Sept. 10 at VMI 



Sept. 17 at Rhode Island 



Sepl 24 
Oct 8 
Oct 15 
Oct. 22 

Oct 29 



Nov. 5 



Nov. 12 



Nov. 19 



Liber ty W_ 

New Hampshire W 
at Northeastern W 

Tows on W 

at Villano va L_ 

James Madison L 

Delaware L_ 

at Richmond L 



24-36 
41-7 

29-48 
42-0 



42-10 

44-41 
44-13 
21-35 



29-30 



21-22 



7-41 



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MIDDLE TENNESSEE 
BLUE RAIDERS 

September 9, 2006 

Byrd Stadium • College Park, Md. 



GENERAL 
INFORMATION 

Location: Murfreesboro, Tenn. 37132 
F ounded: 1911 

Enrollment: 22 554 
Nickname: Blue Raiders 



Colors: R oyal Blue an d White 



Stadium: Johnny "Red" Floyd Stadium 
(Horace Jones Field) (30,788) 

Surface: Synthetic 

Conference: Sun Belt 



President: Dr. Sidney McPhee 



Ath letic Director: C hns Massaro 

HISTORY 

First year of Football: 1911 
Ail-Time Record: 493-352-28 



All-Time Bowl Record: 2-2 



Years in Po stseason Play: 11 



Last Postseason Appearanc e: 1994 
Result: Lost to Marshall in first 

round of l-AA playoffs 

SPORTS INFORMATION 

Fo otball SID : Mark O wens 
Office: (615) 898-2450 
Home: (615) 907-5797 



E-mail: owens@go blueraiders.com 
Football Assistant: Tony Stinnett 

Office : (615) 904-8209 
Fax:(615)8 98-5626 



Press Box Phone: (615)8 98-2312 

SID Mailing Address: MTSU Box 

20, Murfreesboro, TN 37132 



Website Address: www GoBlueRaiders.com 



COACHING STAFF 

Hea d Coach: Rick Stockstill 

(Florida State, '82) 

Career Record: 0-0 (1st Year) 

At School: Same 

Football Office Phone: (615) 898-2926 



Best Time to Reach Coach: Contact SID 
Weekly Press Conference: 

Tuesdays, Noon CST 



Assistant Coaches: G.A. Mangus, OC/QB, 
Jimmy Ray Stephens. OL: Larry Kirksey, 
AHC/RB: Justin Watts, WR/RC; Brent 
Brock, TE; Manny Diaz, DC/S; Les Hernn, 
DL; Art Kaufman, LB; Antonio Goss, CB 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2005 Record: 4-7 



200 5 Conferen ce Record: 3-4 (T4th) 

2005 Final Rankings: N A 

Basic O ff ense: Multiple 



Basic Def ense: 4- 3/Multiple 



Lettermen Returning/L ost: 44/2 3 
Starters Returning/Lost: 12/10 

SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: 1-0 



Serie s at Marylan d: Maryland leads 1-0 
Series at Middle Tenness ee: N/A 
First Meeting: 2000 



Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 2000 (45-2 7 
Last Terrapin Win at Middle Tennessee:JJ ^ 
Last Blue Raider Win at Maryland: N/A 
Last Blue Raider Win at Middle 
Tennessee: N/A 



Curren t Series Strea k: Maryland has won on 
Maryland's Largest Margin of 

Victory: 18 (45-27) 
Middle Tennessee's Largest 

Mar gi n of Victory: N/A 



2006 

Aug. 31 



SCHEDULE 

FIU 



Sept. 9 at Maryland 



Sept. 14 Tennessee Tech 



Sept. 23 at Oklahoma 



Sept 30 at North Texa_s_ 



Oct. 6 



Louisville 



Oct. 21 



at Louisiana-Monroe 



Oct. 28 


at Louisiana-Lafayette 




Nov. 4 


Florida Atlantic 






Nov. 11 


at Arkansas State 






Nov. 18 


at South Carolina 






Nov 25 


Troy 






2005 RESULTS 

Sept. 3 at Alabama 


L 


7-2 


Sept. 10 


North Texas 


L 


7-1 


Sept. 17 


Akron 


L 


7-1 


Oct. 1 


at Vanderbilt 


W 


17-1 


Oct. 15 


at Florida Atlantic 


W 


35-1 


Oct. 22 


Louisiana-Lafayett* 


L 


10-1 


Nov. 5 


Arkansas State 


W 


45- 


Nov. 12 


Louisiana-Monroe 


L 


31-3 



Nov 19 

Nov 26 



at NC State 

at Troy 



3-2 



W 



Dec .3 



at FIU 



31-3 



134 • OPPONENT INFORMATION 



WEST VIRGINIA 
MOUNTAINEERS 

September 1 4, 2006 

flountaineer Field • Morgantown, W.Va. 



ENERAL 
^FORMATION 

cation: Morgantown, W Va. 26507 

unded: 1867 
irollment: 26 051 
ckname: Mountaineers 
)lors: Old Gold and Blue 
adium: Mountaineer Field at Milan 

Puskar Stadium (60\000) 

irface: Astroturf 

inference: Big East 



esident: David C Hardesty. Jr 
hletic Director: Ed Pastilong 



IISTORY 

rst year of Football: 1891 

l-Time Record: 642438-45 



l-Time Bowl Record: 10-15 



>ars in Postseason Play: 25 
: )st Postseason Appearance: 
2006 Nokia S ugar Bowl 



esult: Defeated Georgia, 38-35 



•PORTS INFORMATION 

DOtball SID: Shelly Poe 

Office: (304) 293-2821 

Home: (304) 599-7259 



E-mail: shelly poe@mail.wyu.edu_ 
ootball Assistant: Michael Fragale 
Home: (304) 296-2029 



, E-mail: Michael fragale@mail.wvu.edu_ 

■ ax: (304 ) 293-3799 

ress Box Phone: (304) 293-3799 

ID Mailing Address: PO Box 0877, 

; Jtorgantown. WV 26507 



iebsite Address: www msnsportsnet com 

COACHING STAFF 

lead Coach: Rich Rodnguez 

(West Virginia, '86) 



areer Record: 84-58-2 1 13! 
t School: 39-2 2 (5) 



ootball Office Phone: (3 04)2934194 
lest Time to Reach Coach : Throu gh SID 
Veekly Press Conference: 
Tues days, 1 00 p.m. 



assistant Coaches: Rick Tnckett. AHC/OL: 
Jeff Casteel. DCLB. Calvin Magee. 
OC/RB: Tony Gibson, DB: Herb Hand, 
TE/RC: Butch Jones, WR: Bill Kirelawich, 
PL: Bill Stewart. QB/ST: Bruce Tall, S 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2005 Record: 1__ 

2005 Conference Record: 6-0 (1st) 

2005 Final Rankings: 5 [AP], 6 [USA Today] 

Basic Offense: Spread 

Basic Defense: 3-3 St ack 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 49. 1 7 

Starters Returning/Lost: 159 



SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: Tied, 21-21-2 



Series at Maryland: Tied 10-10-1 
Series at West Virginia: West 
Virginia leads , 11-9-1 



First Meeting: 1919, West Virginia, 27-0 
Last Terrapin Win at Marylan d: 2003 (34-7) 
Last Terrapin Win at West 

Virginia: 2002 (48- 17) 
Last Mountaineer Win at 

Maryland: 2005 (3 0-19) 
Last Mountaineer Win at West 

Virginia: 2004 (19-16/OT) 



Current Series Streak: West 
Virgini a has wo n t wo 



Maryland's Largest Margin of 
Victory: 46 (54-7, 1951) 



West Virginia's Largest Margin of 
Victory: 31 (55- 24. 1988] 



2006 

Sept 2 



SCHEDULE 

Marshall 



Sept. 9 Eastern Mi chigan 



Sept. 14 Maryland 



Sept. 23 at East Carolina 



Oct. 7 



at Mississippi State 



Oct. 14 Syracuse 



Oct. 20 



at Connecticut 



Nov. 2 



at Louisville 



Nov. 16 at Pitt 



Nov. 25 



USF 



Dec. 2 



Rutge rs 



2005 RESULTS 

Sept. 4 at Syracuse 



15-7 



Sept. 10 Wo fford 



Se___17 at Maryland 



Sept. 24 East Carolina 



35-7 
31-19 

20-15 



Oct. 1 



Virginia Tech 



17-34 



Oct. 8 at R utgers 



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27-14 



Oct 15 



Louisville 



W 4644 



Nov. 2 



Connecticut 



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45-13 



Nov. 9 



at Cincinnati 



38-0 



Nov. 24 



Pitt 



45-13 



Dec. 3 



at USF 



28-13 



Nokia Sugar Bowl 
Jan. 2 Georgia 



38-35 



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FLA. INTERNATIONAL 
GOLDEN PANTHERS 

September 23, 2006 

Byrd Stadium • College Park, Md. 



GENERAL 
INFORMATION 

Location: Miami, Fla. 33199 
Founded: ______ 

Enrollment: 34,000 



Nickname: Golden Panthers 
Colors: Blue and Gold 



Stadium: FIU Stadium (17,000) 
Surface: Astroplay 
Conference: Sun Belt 



President: Dr Modesto A Maidique 
Athletic Director: Rick Mello 



HISTORY 

First year of Football: 2002 
All-Time Record: 15-29 



All-Time Bowl Record: N/A 

Years in Postseason Play: N A 



Last Postseason Appearance: N/A 
Result: N/A 

SPORTS INFORMATION 

Football SID: Rich Kelch 

Office: (305) 348-3164 

Home: (954) 680-0992 

Cell: (786) 256-0464 

E-mail: kelchr@fiu.edu 

Football Assistant: Margare t Belch 

Office: '305) 348-6666 
Fax: (305) 348-2963 



Press Box Phone: (305) 348-0257 

SID Mailing Address: 11200 SW8 Street" 

Go lden P anth er Arena, Miami, Flo r ida 33199 
Website Address: www FIUSports.com 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Don Strock 



(Virginia Tech 73 



Career Record: 1 5-29(4) 
At School: Same 



Football Office Phone: (305) 2 224150 
Best Time to Reach Coach: Contact SID 



Weekly Press Conference: Monday 
Mornings, times TBA 



Assistant Coaches: Bruce Hardy, AHC/ST/TE; 
Joe Barantovich, OL; Greg Bnner, OC/WR: 
Hudie Brown, DB: Kevin Fouquier, DC/DL: 
Carmen Grosso. TE: Vernon Hargreaves, 
LB: Madre Hill, RB; Leon Searcy, OL; 
David Tabor. GA. Marcus Wilder, GA 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2005 Record: 5-6 



2005 Conference Record: 34 (T 4thj 
2005 Final Rankings: N A 


Basic Offense: Pro-Set 


Basic Defense: 4-3 


Lettermen Returning/Lost: 40/28 


Starters Returning/Lost: 12/11 


SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: First Meeting 


2006 SCHEDULE 

Auq. 31 at Middle Tennessee 


Sept. 9 


at South Florida 






Sept. 16 


Bowling Green 






Sept 23 


at Maryland 






Sept. 30 


Arkansas State 






Oct. 7 


at North Texas 






Oct. 14 


at Miami 






Oct. 28 


at Alabama 






Nov. 11 


Louisiana-Monroe 






Nov. 18 


Louisiana-Lafayette 






Nov. 25 


at Flonda Atlantic 






Dec. 2 


Troy 






2005 RESULTS 

Auq. 31 at Kansas State 


L 


21-35 


Sept. 10 


at Texas Tech 


L 


3-56 


Sept 24 


at Arkansas State 


L 


24-66 


Oct 1 


Florida A&M 


!l 


23-6 


Oct 15 


North Texas 


L 


10-13 


Oct. 20 


at Troy 


L 


i 3-ie 


Nov. 5 


at Louisiana-Monroe 


W 


31-29 


Nov. 12 


at Louisiana-Lafayette 


L 


7-28 


Nov. 19 


Western Kentucky 


,v 


38-35 


Nov. 26 


Flonda Atlantic 


W 


52-6 


Dec. 3 


Middle Tennessee 


,v 


35-31 




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GEORGIA TECH 
YELLOW JACKETS 

October 7, 2006 

Bobby Dodd Stadium • Atlanta, Ga. 



GENERAL 
INFORMATION 

Location: Atlanta. Ga. 30332 
Founded: 1885 



Enrollment: 16,000 

Nickname: Yellow Jackets, Rambling Wreck 
Colors: Old Gold and White 



Stadium: Bobby Dodd Stadium 
Surface: Natural Grass 



Conference: Atlantic Coast/Coastal Division 

President: Dr G. Wayne Clough 

Athletic Director: Dan Radakovich 

HISTORY 

First year of Football: 1892 
Ail-Time Record: 637431-43 



l-Time Bowl Record: 22-12 



Years in Postseason Pl ay: 33 



Last Postseason Appearance: 

2005 Emerald Bowl 



Result: Lost to Utah, 10-38 



SPORTS INFORMATION 

Football SID: Allison George 

Office: (404) 8 94-5445 

Home: (678) 595-7728 

E-ma il: ageorqe@at.gtaa. gatech.edu 
Football Assistant: Chris Capo 

Office: (404) 894-5445 



Email ccapo@atgtaag atech.edu 



Fax: (404) 894-1 248 



Press Box Phone :(404)894-1204 
SID Mailing Address: 150 Bobby Dodd 
Way. N.W. Atlanta, GA 30332-0455 
Website Address:_www.RamblinWreck com 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Chan Galley 

(Florida, 74) 
Career Recor d: 52-33 (7) 
At School: 28-22J4) 



Football Office Phone: (404] 894-5420 
Best Time to Reach Coach: Contact SID 
Weekly Press Conference: 

Tuesd ays, 11:30 a.m. 



Assistant Coaches: Joe DAIessandris, OL; 
Buddy Geis, AHC/WR; Jeep Hunter, TE: 
Bnan Jean-Mary, LB; Charles Kelly, ST; 
Curtis Modkms, RB; Patrick Nix, OC/QB; Gift 
Smith, PL; RC; Jon Tenuta, AHC/DC/DB 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2005 Record: 7-5 

2005 Conference Record: 5-3 3rd Coastal) 
2005 Final Rankings: N/A 



Basi c Offense: Multiple 
Basic De fense: Multiple 



Letterm en Returning/Lost: 47/18 
Starters Returning/Lost: 15/10 



SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: Georgia Tech leads. 12-5-0 
Series at Maryland: Series tied, 3-3 
Series at Georgia Tech: Georgia 

Tech leads, 7-1 

First Meeting:J988 



Last T errapin Win at Maryland: 2002 (34-10) 
Last Terrapin Win at Georgia 

Tech: 2001 (2 0-17) 



Last Yellow Jacket Win at 
Maryland: 2004 (20-7) 



Last Yellow Jacket Win at 
Georgia Tech: 2003 (7-3) 



Current Series Streak: Georgia 
Tech has won two 



Maryland's Largest Margin of 
Victory: 35 (42-7, 1994) 



Georgia Tech's Largest Margin of 
Victory: 38 (38-0, 1993) 



2006 

Sept. 2 



SCHEDULE 

Notre Dame 



Sept. 9 



Samford 



Sept. 16 Troy 



Sept. 21 V irginia 



Sept. 30 at Virginia Tech 



Oct. 7 



Maryland 



Oct 21 



at Clemson 



Oct. 28 



Nov. 4 



Nov 11 



Miami 

at NC Stale 
at North Carolina 



Nov. 18 



Duke 



Nov. 25 at Georgia 



2005 RESULTS 

Sept. 3 at Au burn W 23-14 

Sept. 10 North Carolina W 27-21 

Sept. 17 Connecticut W 28-13 

Sept. 24 at Virginia Tech L 7-51 

Oct. 6 NC State L 14-17 

Oct. 15 at Duke W 35-10 



Oct. 29 Clemson 



W 



10-9 



Nov. 5 



Wake Forest 



W 30-17 



Nov. 12 at Virginia 



17-27 



Nov. 19 at Miami 



W 14-10 



Nov. 26 Georgia 



7-14 



Emerald Bowl 
Dec. 29 Utah 



10-38 



VIRGINIA CAVALIERS 

October 14,2006 y . 

Scott Stadium • Charlottesville, Va. 



GENERAL 
INFORMATION 

Location: Charlottesville, Va. 22904 



Founded: 1819 



Enrollment: 20,018 



Nickname: Cavaliers, Wahoos, 'Hoos 



Colors: Ora nge and Blue 



Stadium: Harnson Field at Scott 

Stadium (61,500) 

Surface: Pr escnption At hletic Turf 



Confere nce: Atlantic Coast/Coa stal Division 
President: John T. Casteen III 



Athl etic Director: Craig L ittlepage 

HISTORY 

First year of Football: 1888 



All-Time Record: 594-51348 



All-Time Bowl Record 7-9 



Years in Postseason Play: 16 



Last Postseason Appearance: 

2005 Music City Bowl 
Result: Defeated Minnesota, 34-31 



SPORTS INFORMATION 

Footbal l SID: Michael Colley 

Office: (434) 982-5500 

Home: (434) 975-5477 

E-mail: mcc7k@virginia.edu 
Football Assistant: Cathy Bongioyi 



Home: (434) 825-6711 



E-mail: c ab5er @virgi nia.edu 
F ax: (434) 982-5525 



Press B o x Phone: (4 34) 296-5910 
SID Mailing Address: PO Box 400853 
Charlottesville. VA 229044853 



Website Address: www virginiasports com 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coac h: Al Groh 
(Virginia, '67) 



Career Record: 63-76 (11) 
At School: 37-26 (5) 



Football Office Phone: (434) 982-5900 
Best Time to Reach Coach: Contact SID 
Weekly Press Conference: 

Tuesdays, 12: 15 p.m. 



Assistant Coaches: Levem Belin, DAC/ 
DL; Steve Bernstein, AHC/DB; Dave 
Borbely, RGC/OL; Bob Diaco, ST/LB; 
John Garrett, AHC/WR; Mike Groh, OC/ 
RC/QB, Mike London, DC/DL; Anthony 
Pomdexter, AST/RB; Bob Pnce, ARC/TE; 
Rich Yahner. GA; Kase Luzar, GA 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2005 Record: 7-5 



2005 Conference Reco rd: 3-5 (5th, Coastal) 

2005 Fin al R ankings: N/A 

Ba sic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: Multiple 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 32/17 
Starters Returners/Lost: 13/10 

SERIES HISTORY 

Series Re cord: Marylan d leads, 40-28-2 



Series at Maryland: Maryl and leads, 20-11-2 
Serie s at Virg inia: M aryland le ads, 20-16-0 
First M eeting: 1919, Maryland 13-0 _ 



Last Terrapin Win at Ma ryland: 200 5 (45-3 3! 
Last Terrapin Win at Virginia: 1990 (35-30) 
Last Cavalie r Win at Maryland: 1999 (34-30i 



Last Cavalier Win at Virginia: 2004 (16-0) 
Current Series Streak: Maryland has won on 
Maryland's Largest Margin of 

Victory: 43 (55-12, 1959) 
Virginia's Largest Margin of 

Victory: 45 (45-0, 1997) 



2006 

Sept. 2 



SCHEDULE 

at Pittsburgh 



Sept. 9 Wyoming 



Sept. 16 Western Michigan 
Sept. 21 at Georgia Tech 



Sept. 30 at Duke 



Oct.7 



at East Carolina 



Oct, 14 Maryland 



Oct. 19 



North Carolina 



Oct. 28 



NC State 



Nov. 4 



at Flonda State 



Nov. 18 Miami 



Nov. 25 at Virginia Tech 



2005 RESULTS 



Sept 3 


Western Michigan 


W 


31-1 


Sept. 17 


at Syracuse 


W 


27-2 


Sept. 24 


Duke 


w 


38 


Oct.1 


at Maryland 


L 


45- 


Oct 8 


at Boston College 


L 


17-2 


Oct. 15 


Flonda State 


W 


26-2 


Oct. 22 


at North Carolina 


L 


5- 


Nov. 5 


Temple 


W 


51- 


Nov. 12 


Georgia Tech 


W 


27-1 


Nov 19 


Virginia Tech 


L 


14-5 


Nov 26 


at Miami 


L 


17-2 



Music City Bowl 

Dec. 30 Minnesota 



W 34-3 



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JC STATE 
WOLFPACK ^fj= 

October 21, 2006 

yrd Stadium • College Park, Md. 



ENERAL 
.FORMATION 

cation: Raleigh. N.C 27695 
unded: 1887 
rollment: 29,957 



:kname: Wolfpack 

•lore: Red and White 

adium: Carter-Fmley Stadium (57.082) 

rface: Natural Grass 



nference: Atlantic Coast/Atlantic Div ision 

ancellor: Dr James L. Oblinger 

iletic Director: Lee Fowler 



IISTORY 

st year of Footbal l: 1892 



■Time Record: 515497-55 



■Time Bowl Record: 12-10-1 



are in Postseason Pla y: 24 



st Postseason Appearance: 2005 
Meineke Car Care Bowl 
isult: Defeated South Florida 14-0 



PORTS INFORMATION 

otball SID: Annabelle Vaughan 



Office: (919) 515-2102 
Home: (919) 858-9763 



E-mail: Annabelle_vaughan@ncsu.edu 
otball Assistant: Pat Norris 

Office: .9191 515-1180 
Home: (919) 7954095 



E-mail: pat_norns@ncsu.edu 

x: (9191 515-2898 



ess Box Phone: ( 919)515-3393 
D Mailing Address: P.O. Box 8502 
Raleigh, N C 27695-8501 



ebsite Address: www gopack com 

OACHING STAFF 

iad Coa c h: Chuck Amato 

(NC S tate, '69) 



ireer Record: 46-28 j6j_ 
School: Same 



iotball Office Phone: (919) 515-2114 



sst Time to Reach Coach: Contact SID 
eekly Press Conference: 
Mond ays, 2:00 p.m. 



sistant Coaches: Curt Cignetti. TE'RC; 
Dwayne Dixon. WR: Steve Dunlap. DC/LB: 
Rick Kravitz. S/ST: Pat Meyer. OL: Dick 
Portee, RB: Todd Stroud. AHC/DL: Marc 
Trestman, OC/QB: Greg Williams, CB 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2005 Record: 7^5 

2005 Conference Recor d: 3-5 ( 4th, Atlantic) 
2005 Final Rankings: N/A 
Basic Offense: Multiple 
Basic Defense: 4-3 



Lettermen Returning/Lost: 29/24 
Starters Returning/Lost: 13/11 



SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: NC Slate leads. 30-28-4 
Series at Maryland: Maryland leads, 14-12-2 
Series at NC State: NC State leads, 17-13-1 
First Meeting: 1 909. NC State, 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: 2004 (20-14J 
Current Series Streak: NC State has won two 
Maryland's Largest Margin of 



Victory 


: 53 (53-0, 1951 






NC State's Largest Margin of 
Victory: 35 (48-13, 1957) 






2006 SCHEDULE 

Sept. 2 Appalachian State 


Sept. 9 


Akron 






Sept '6 


at Southern Mississippi 




Sept. 23 


Boston Colleqe 






Ocl 5 


Florida State 






Oct '4 


Wake Forest 






Oct. 21 


at Maryland 






Oct. 28 


at Virqinia 






Nov. 4 


Georqia Tech 






Nov. 11 


at Clemson 






Nov, 18 


at North Carolina 






Nov. 25 


East Carolina 






2005 RESULTS 

Sept. 4 Virginia Tech 


L 


16-20 


Sept. 17 


Eastern Kentucky 


W 


54-10 


Sept. 24 


North Carolina 


L 


24-3' 


Oct. 6 


at Georqia Tech 


W 


17-14 


Oct. 13 


Clemson 


L 


10-31 


Oct ;; 


at Wake Forest 


L 


19-27 


Oct. 29 


Southern Mississippi 


21-17 


Nov. 5 


at Florida State 


W 


20-15 


Nov. 12 


at Boston Colleqe 


L 


10-30 


Nov. 19 


Middle Tennessee 


W 


24-3 


Nov. 26 


Maryland 


w 


20-14 


Meineke Car Care Bowl 
Dec. 31 USF 


w 


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FLORIDA STATE 
SEMINOLES 

October 28, 2006 

Byrd Stadium • College Park, Md. 



GENERAL 
INFORMATION 

Location: Tallahassee, Fla 32306 
Founded: 1851 
Enrollment: 38,886 
Symbol: Seminoles 
Colors: Garnet and Gold 



Stadium: Bobby Bowden Field at Doak 

S. Campbell Stadium (8 2,300) _ 
Surface: Natural Grass 
Conference: Atlantic Coast/Atlantic Division 
Presiden t: Dr. T.K. Wetherell 
Athletic Director: Dave Hart, Jr. 



HISTORY 

First year of Football: 1947 



Ail-Time Record: 426-205-17 



All-Time Bowl Record: 19-13-2 



Years in Postseason Play: 34 
Last Postseason Appearance: 

2006 Orange Bowl 



Result: Defeated by Penn State, 23-26 

SPORTS INFORMATION 

Assoc. AD: Rob Wilson 

Office: (850)644-1403 
Home: (8 50) 894-5801 



E-mail: rlwilson@mailer.fsu edu 
Football SID: Jeff Punnton 



Office: (850) 644-0615 



E-ma il: ipunnto ® mailer.fsu.edu 
Fax: (850) 644-3820 



Press Box Phone: (850) 644-3820 
SID Mailing Address: FSU Athletics, 
Sports Information, University Center 
D, Room 103, Tallahassee. FL 32306 



Website Addr ess: www seminoles.com 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Bob by Bowden 

(Howard, '53) 
Career Record: 359-107-4 (40) 
At School: 286-794 (30) 



Football Office Phon e:(850)644-1465 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Contact SID 

Weekly Press Conference: 

Sundays, times TBA 

Assistant Coaches: Mickey Andrews 
AHC/DC: Jeff Bowden, OC/WR; Mark 
McHale, OL: Billy Sexton, AHC/RB; Kevin 
Steele. EHC/LB; Jody Allen. DE: Daryl 
Dickey. QB: Odell Haggins, DT: John 
. . "E ; : .ares Colzie GAD 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2005 Record: 8-5 

2005 Conference Record: 5-3 (1st. Atlantic) 

2005 Final Rankings: 23/23 

Basic Offense: Pro Set 

Basic Defense: 4-3 Multiple 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 46/26 

Starters Returning/Lost: 10/14 



SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: Flonda State leads. 15-1-0 



Series at Maryland: Flonda State leads 6-1-0 
Series at Florida State: Florida 
State leads, 8-0-0 




First Meeting: 1966, Flonda Stale, 45-24 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 2004 (20-17) 
Last Terrapin Win at Florida State: N/A 
Last Seminole Win at Maryland: 2002 (37-10) 
Last Seminole Win at Florida 

State: 2005_35_2___ 
Current Series Streak: Florida 

State has won one 



Maryland's Largest Margin of 
Victory: 3 (20-17. 2 004) 



Florida State's Largest Margin of 
Victory: 52 (59-7. 2000) 




2006 SCHEDULE 

Sept. 4 at Miami 




Sept. 9 


Troy 






Sept. 16 


Clemson 






Sept. 23 


Rice 






Oct. 5 


at NC State 






Oct. 14 


at D^e 






Oct. 21 


Boston Colleqe 






Oct 28 


at Maryland 






Nov. 4 


Virqinia 






Nov. 11 


Wake Forest 






Nov. 18 


Western Michiqan 






Nov. 25 


Florida 






2005 RESULTS 

Sept. 5 Miami 


W 


10-7 


Sept. 10 


The Citadel 


W 


62-10 


Sept. 17 


at Boston Colleqe 


w 


28-17 


Oct. 1 


Syracuse 


W 


38-14 


Oct 8 


Wake Forest 


w 


41-24 


Oct. 15 


at Virqinia 


L 


21-26 


Oct. 22 


at Duke 


W 


55-24 


Oct 29 


Maryland 


w 


35-27 


Nov. 5 


NC State 


L 


15-20 


Nov. 12 


at Clemson 


L 


14-35 


Nov. 26 


at Florida 


L 


7-34 


Dec. 3 


Virginia Tech 


W 


27-22 


Orange Bowl 

Jan. 3 Penn State 


L 


23-26 





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CLEMSON TIGERS 

November 4, 2006 

Clemson Memorial Stadium • Ciemson, S.C. 



GENERAL 
INFORMATION 

Founded: 1889 



Enrollment: 17,181 



Nickna me: Tigers 



Colors: Burnt Orange and Northwest Purple 
Stadium: Clemson Memonal 

Stadium (Death Valley) 

Surface: Natural Grass 

Conference: Atlantic Coast/Atlantic Division 



President: J ames F, Barker 

Athletic Director: Dr. Terry Don Phillips 

HISTORY 

First year of Football: 1896 
Ail-Time Record: 608-417-5 
Ail-Tim e Bowl Record: 15-13 

Years in Postseason Play: 28 

Last Postseason Appearance: 

2005 Champs Sports Bowl _ 
Result: Defeated Colorado, 19-10 



SPORTS INFORMATION 

Football SID: Tim Bourret 



Office 


(864i656-1926 


Home: 


(864) 888-3490 


E-mail 


btimoth@clemson.edu 


Football Assistant: Brian Hennessy 


Office 


(864) 656-1921 


Fax: (864] 656-0299 



Press Box P hone: (864) 654-3326 
SID Mailing Address: P.O. Box 31, 

Jarvey Athletic Center, 100 Perimeter 

Rd. Clemson, SC 29633 



Website Address: www clemsontigefs com 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Tommy Bowden 

(West Virginia, 77) 

Career Record: 70-37 (9) 

At School: 52-33 (7) 

Fo otball Office Phone: (864) 656-2796 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Contact SID 

Weekly Press Conference: 
Tuesdays, 11:00 a.m. 



Assistant Coaches: Brad Scott, AHC/OL; 
Vic Koenning, DC/DB; Rob Spence, 
OC/QB; David Blackwell, RC/IL; Burton 
Burns, RB; Bily Napier, TE; Chns Rumph, 
PL; Dabo Swinnev, W R; R on West, P L _ 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2005 Record: M 

2005 Conference Record: 44 (3rd, Atlantic) 
2005 Fin al Rankin gs: 21/21 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Ba sic De fense: Mu ltiple 

Lettermen Retur ning/Lost: 47/20 

Starters Returning/Lost: 15/7 

SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: Clemson leads, 29-23-2 



Series at Maryland: Clemson leads, 12-11-1 
Series at Clemson: Clemson leads, 16-11-1 
First Meeting: 1952, Maryland, 28-0 



Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 2003 (21-7) 
Last Terrapin Win at Clemson: 2002 (30-12) 

Last Tiger Win at Maryland: 2005 (28 -24) 

Last Tiger Win at Clemson: 2004 (10-7) 
Current Series Streak: Clemson has won two 
Maryland's Largest Margin of 

Victory: 41 (41-0, 1974) 
Clemson's Largest Margin of 

Victory: 33 (40-7, 1991) 



2006 

Sept 2 
Sept 9 



SCHEDULE 

Florida Atlantic 

at Boston College 



Sept. 16 al Florida State 



Sept. 23 North Carolina 



Sept. 30 Louisiana Tech 



Oct. 7 



at Wake Forest 



Oct. 12 



Oct. 21 



Oct. 26 



Temple ' 

Geo rgia Tech 

at Virginia Tech 



Nov, 4 Mary land 



Nov 11 



NC State 



Nov. 25 South Carolina 



1 -Charlotte, N.C. 

2005 RESULTS 

Sept. 3 Texas A&M 



W 



25-24 



Sept. 10 at Maryland W 28-24 



Sept. 17 Miami 



30-36 



Sept. 24 Boston College 



13-16 



Oct. 



at Wake Forest 



27-31 



Oct. 13 



at NC State 



W 31-10 



Oct. 22 



Temple 



Oct. 29 at Georgia Tech 



W 
L 



Nov. 5 



Duke 



Nov. 12 Florida State 



37-7 

9-10 
49-20 
35-14 



Nov. 19 South Carolina 



13-9 



Champs Sports Bowl 
Dec. 27 Colorado 



W 19-10 






MIAMI HURRICANES 

November 1 1 , 2006 

Ryrd Stadium • College Park, Md. 



GENERAL 
INFORMATION 

Location: Coral Gables, Fla. 33146 
Founded: 1926 
Enrollment: 15,250 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2005 Record: 9-3 



Nickname: Hurncanes 



Colors: Orange, Green and White 



Stadium: Orange Bowl (72,319) 

Surface: Prescription Athletic Turf 

Conference: Atlantic Coast/Coastal Division 

President: Dr, Don na E, Shalala 

Athletic Director: Paul Dee 



HISTORY 

First year of Fo otball: 1926 
Ail-Time Record: 533-291-19 
Ail-Time Bowl Record: 18-14 
Years in Postseason Play: 32 
Last Postseason Appearance: 

2005 Peach Bowl 

Result: Lost to Louisiana State, 40-3 



SPORTS INFORMATION 

Football SID: Rick Korch 

Office: (305) 284-3249 



2005 Conference Record: 6-2 (2nd, Coastal) 
2005 Final Rankings: 17 AP/18 USA Today 

Basic Offense: Pro Set 

Basic Defense: Multiple 
Lettermen Returning/Lost: 57/22 
Starters Returning/Lost: 11/11 

SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: Series Tied, 7-7 



Series at Maryland: Maryland leads, 1-0 
Series at Miami: Series Tied, 6-6 
First Meeting: 1948, Maryland, 2 7-13 



Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 1982 (18-17) 
Last Terrapin Win at Miami: 1984 (4240) 
Last Hurrica ne Win at Ma ryland: N/A 
Last Hurrican e Win at Miami: 19 87 (46-16) 
Current Series Streak: Miami has won two 
Maryland's Largest Margin of 

Victory: 30 (30-0, 1953) 
Miami's Largest Margin of 

Victory: 30 (46-1 6, 1987) 



E-mail: rkorch@miami.edu 



2006 

Sept. 4 



SCHEDULE 

Florida State 



Football Assistant: Evan Koch 
Office:"(305) 284-3241 



Sept. 9 



FlondaA&M 



Sept. 16 at Louisville 



E-ma il: fekoch@miami.edu 



Sept. 30 Houston 



Fax: (305) 28 4-2807 



Oct. 7 



North Carolina 



Oct. 14 



Florida International 



Oct 21 



at Duke 



Press Box Phone: (305) 643-6864 
SID Mailing Address: 5821 San Amaro 

Drive Coral Gables, FL 33146 

Website Address: www. hurricanesports.com Nov. 4 Virginia Tech 



Oct. 28 at Georgia Tech 



Nov. 11 at M aryland 



COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Larry Coker 



Nov 18 



al Virginia 



Nov. 23 Boston College 



(Northeastern State, 70) 



Career Record: 53-9 (5) 
At School: Same 



2005 RESULTS 

Sept. 5 at Florida State 



7-1 



Football Office Phone: Contact 

SID, (305) 284-3249 
Best Time to Reach Coach: 

Tuesdays, 11:00 am. 
Weekly Press Conference: 

Tuesdays, 11:30a.m. 



Sept. 17 at Clemson 
Sept. 24 Colorado 



W 36-3 



W 



23- 



Oct. 1 



South Florida 



27- 



Oct.8 



Duke 



52- 



Oct. 15 at Temple 



W 



34- 



Oct. 29 



North Carolina 



W 34-1 



Assistant Coaches: Rich Olson, OC; Randy 
Shannon, DC; Todd Berry, QB; Mario 
Cristobal, OL; Clint Hurt!, ADL: Marques 
Mosely, WR; John Palmero, DL; Joe 
Pannunzio, TE/ST; Tim Walton, DB 



Nov.5_ 
Nov. 12 



at Virginia Tech W 



27- 



at Wake Forest W 47-1 



Nov. 19 Georgia Tech 



10-1 



Nov 26 



Virginia 



25-1 



Peach Bowl 

Dec. 30 Louisiana State 



3-4 



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30st0n college 

-:agles 

•Jovember 1 8, 2006 

lumni Stadium • Chestnut Hill, Mass. 



iENERAL 
^FORMATION 

•cation: Chestnut Hill, Mass. 02467 
unded: 1863 
irollment: 14,500 
ckname: Eagles 
ilors: Maroon and Gold 



adium: Alumni Stadium (44.500) 
irface: Field Turf 



inference: Atlantic Coast 
esident:Rev William P Leahy, S J. 
hletic Director: Gene DeFilippo 



IISTORY 

rst year of Football: 1893 
l-Time Record: 576-424-36 
•Time Bowl Record: 11-6 
iars in Postseason Play: 14 
ist Postseason Appearance: 
2005 MPC Computers Bowl 
.■suit: Defeated Boise State, 27-21 



PORTS INFORMATION 

lotball SID: Chns Cameron 

Office: (617) 552-3004 



Home: (617) 553-0264_ 
E-mail: cameroch@bc.edu 



wtball Assistant: Dick Kelley 
Office: (617) 552-3004 
Home: (617) 244-7087 
E-mail: kelleyn@bc.eckj 

«: 6T 552-4903 



■ess Box Phone: (617) 5524747 
D Mailing Address: 140 Commonwealth Ave. 
Conle F orum 321 Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 
ebsite Add ress: www.bceagles.com 

O ACHING STAFF 

Bad Coach: Tom O'Bnen 

(Navy . 71) 
areer Reco rd: 6642 (9) 

I School: Same 



xitball Office Phone: (617) 552-3010 
est Time to Reach Coach: Co ntact SID 
eekly Press Conference: 
_Sundays. 4: 00 p.m. 



ssistant Coaches: Dana Bible. OC/ 
QBWR; Jim Bridge, TE; Dan Horton. 
OL: Kevin Lempa, DB; Bill McGovem. 
LB, Jerry Petercuskie, AHC: Frank 
Spaziani. DC. Jason Swepson, RB: 
Keith Willis, PL: Jay Qvett i.GA 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2005 Record: 9-3 

2005 Conference Record: 5-3 (T 1st. Atlantic) 

2005 Final Rankings: 18 AP/ 17 USA Today 

Basic Offense: Pro-Style 

Basic Defense: 4-3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 37/16__ 

Starters Returning/Lost: 14/10 



SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: Boston Colleg e leads, 2-1 
Series at Maryland: Boston College leads, 2-0 

Series at Boston College: N/A 

First Meeting: 1985 (Maryland, 31-13) 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: N/A 
Last Terrapin Win at Boston College: N/A 
Last Eagle Win at Maryland: 2005 (31-16) 
Last Eagle Win at Boston College: N A 
Current Series Streak: Boston 

College has won two 

Maryland's Largest Margin of 

Victory: 18 (31-13, 1985) 



Boston College's Largest Margin 
of Victory: 15 (31 -16. 2005) _ 



2006 

Aug. 31 



SCHEDULE 

at Central Michigan 



Sept, 9 

Sept 16 
Sep! 23 
Sept. 30 
Oct. 12 



Clemson 



BYU 



at NC State 



Maine 



Virginia Tech 



Oct. 21 



at Flonda State 



Oct. 28 



Buffalo 



Nov. 4 



at Wake Forest 



Nov 11 



Duke 



Nov. 18 Mary land 



Nov. 23 



at Miami 



2005 RESULTS 

Sept. 3 at BYU W 20-3 



Sept. 10 Army 



W 



44-7 



Sept. 17 Flonda State 



17-28 



Sept. 24 at Clemson 



W 



16-13 



Oct. 1 



Ball State 



W 



38-0 



Oct 8 



Virginia 



W 



28-17 



Oct. 15 Wake Forest 



W 



35-30 



Oct. 27 at Virginia Tech 



10-30 



Nov. 5 



at North Carolina L 14-16 



Nov. 12 



NC State 



W 



30-10 



Nov. 19 at Maryland W 31-16 



MPC Computers Bowl 
Dec. 28 Boise State 



27-21 




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WAKE FOREST 
DEMON DEACONS 

November 25, 2006 

Byrd Stadium • College Park, Md. 



GENERAL 
INFORMATION 

Location: Winston-Salem, NC. 27109 
Founded: 1834 
Enrollment: 4,037 
Nickname: Demon Deacons 
Colors: Old Gold and Black 



Stadium: Groves Stadium (31 .500) 
Surface: Natural Grass 



Conference: Atlantic Coast/Atlantic D ivision 
President: Dr Nathan O Hatch 



Athletic Director: Ron Wellman 



HISTORY 

First year of Football: 1888_ 
Ail-Time Record: 378-574-33 
All-Time Bowl Record: 4-2 



Years in Postseason Play: 6 
Last Postseason Appearance: 

2002 Seattle Bowl 



Result: Defeated Oregon, 38-17 

SPORTS INFORMATION 

Football SID: Mike Vest 
Office: '336! 758-5640 
Home: 336' 575-7161 
E-mail: vestma@wfu.edu 



Football Assistant: Lisa Hu nter 

E-mail: hunterlr@wfu.edu 

Fax: (336) 758-5140 



Press Box Phone: (336) 896 -9158 



SID Mailing Address: PO Box 
7426 Wake Forest University, 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 27109 



Website Address: www WakeForestSports com 

COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach: Jim Grobe 

(Virginia, 75) 

Career Rec ord: 59-65-1 (11) 

At School: 26-3 2 (5) 

Football Office Phone: (3 36) 758-5633 

Best Time to Reach Coach: Contact SID 

Weekly Press Conference: 

Tuesdays, 11:00 am 

Assistant Coaches: Dean Hood, DC/DB: 
Steed Lobotzke. OC/OL: Tim Billings, OR: 
Tom Elrod. FB/TE; Keith Henry, DE. Brad 
Lambert, LB: Billy Mitchell, AHC/RB/K: 
Ray McCartney, DL/RC: Jeff Mullen. QB 



TEAM INFORMATION 

2005 Record: 4-7 

2005 Conference Record: 3-5 (T4th, Atlantic) 

2005 Final Rankings: N A 

Basic Offense: Multiple 

Basic Defense: 4-3 

Lettermen Returning/Lost: 48/10 

Starters Returning/LosfcJ9/5 



SERIES HISTORY 

Series Record: 39-13-1 
Series at Maryland: Maryland leads 20-7 
Series at Wake Forest: Maryland leads. 20-6-1 
First Meeting: 1917. Mary land. 29-13 
Last Terrapin Win at Maryland: 2004 (13-7) 
Last Terrapin Win at Wake 



Last Demon Deacon Win at 

Maryland: 1998 (20-10) 


Last Demon Deacon Win at Wake 
Forest: 1997 (35-17) 


Current Series Streak: Maryland 
has won seven 


Maryland's 
Victory 


Largest Margin of 
52 (52-0. 1996) 


Wake Forest's Largest Margin of 
Victory: 39 (39-0. 1944) 


2006 SCHEDULE 

Sept 2 Syracuse 


Sept 9 


Du'e 


Sept. 16 


at Connecticut 


Sept. 23 


at Ole Miss 


Sept. 30 


Liberty 


Oct. 7 


Clemson 


Oct. 14 


at NC State 


Oct. 28 


at North Carolina 


Nov. 4 


Boston College 


Nov 11 


at Florida State 


Nov. 18 


Virginia Tech 


Nov. 25 


at Maryland 





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2005 RESULTS 

Sept. 1 Vanderbilt 




20-24 


SepL 10 


at Nebraska 




3-31 


Sept 17 


East Carolina 


W 


44-34 


Sept 24 


Maryland 




12-22 


Oct1 


Clemson 


W 


31-27 


Oct. 8 


at Florida State 




2441 


Oct. 15 


at Boston College 




30-35 


Oct. 22 


NC State 


W 


27-19 


Oct 29 


aij-'e 


W 


«-£ 


Nov. 5 


at Georgia Tech 




17-30 


Nov. 12 


Miami 




1747 






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2 


WILLIAM 
&MARY 


at 
Maryland 


FLORIDA 
INT'L 

(Aug. 31) 


MARSHALL 


at 

Middle 
Tennessee 
(Aug. 31) 


NOTRE 
DAME 


at 
Pittsburgh 


APPALACHIAN 
STATE 


at 

Miami 
(Sept 4) 


FLORIDA 
ATLANTIC 


FLORIDA 
STATE 
(Sept. 4) 


at 
Central 
Michigan 
(Aug. 31) 


SYRACUSE 


SEPT. 

9 


MIDDLE 
TENN. 




at 

Maryland 


EASTERN 
MICHIGAN 


at 
South 
Florida 


SAMFORD 


WYOMING 


AKRON 


TROY 


at 
Boston 
College 


FLORIDA 
A&M 


CLEMSON 


DUKE 


SEPT. 
16 


at 

West 
Virginia 
(Sept 14) 


MAINE 


TENN. 

TECH 

(Sept. 14) 


MARYLAND 
(Sept. 14) 


BOWLING 
GREEN 


TROY 


WESTERN 
MICHIGAN 


at 

Southern 
Mississippi 


CLEMSON 


at 
Flonda State 


at 
Louisville 


BYU 


at 
Connecticut 


SEPT. 
23 


FLORIDA 
INT'L 


VMI 


at 
Oklahoma 


at 

East 
Carolina 


at 
Maryland 


VIRGINIA 


at 

Georgia 

Tech 


BOSTON 
COLLEGE 


RICE 


NORTH 
CAROLINA 




at 
NC State 


at 
Ole Miss 


SEPT. 
30 




HOFSTRA 


at 
North 
Texas 




ARKANSAS 
STATE 


at 

Virginia 

Tech 


at 
Duke 






LOUISIANA 
TECH 


HOUSTON 


MAINE 


LIBERTY 


OCT. 

7 


at 
Georgia Tech 


at 
UMass 


LOUISVILLE 
(Oct. 6) 


at 

Mississippi 

State 


at 
North 

Texas 


MARYLAND 


at 

East 
Carolina 


FLORIDA 
STATE 
(Oct. 5) 


at 
NC State 
(Oct. 5) 


at 
Wake 
Forest 


NORTH 

CAROLINA 




CLEMSON 


OCT. 
14 


at 
Virginia 


at 
Liberty 




SYRACUSE 


at 
Miami 




MARYLAND 


WAKE 
FOREST 


at 
Duke 


TEMPLE 

(Oct 12) 

Charlotte, 

NC 


FLORIDA 
INT'L 


VIRGINIA 
TECH 
(Oct. 12) 


at 
NC State 


OCT. 
21 


NC STATE 




at 
Louisiana- 
Monroe 


at 

Connecticut 
(Oct. 20) 




at 
Clemson 


NORTH 

CAROLINA 

(Oct. 19) 


at 

Maryland 


BOSTON 
COLLEGE 


GEORGIA 
TECH 


at 
Duke 


at 
Florida 
State 




OCT. 

28 


FLORIDA 
STATE 


VILLANOVA 


at 
Louisiana- 
Lafayette 




at 

Alabama 


MIAMI 


NC STATE 


at 

Virginia 


at 
Maryland 


at 

Virginia 

Tech 

(Oct. 26) 


at 

Georgia 
Tech 


BUFFALO 


at 

North 

Carolina 


NOV. 
4 


at 
Clemson 


at 
Towson 


FLORIDA 
ATLANTIC 


at 
Louisville 
(Nov, 2) 




at 
NC State 


at 
Flonda 
State 


GEORGIA 
TECH 


VIRGINIA 


MARYLAND 


VIRGINIA 
TECH 


at 

Wake 
Forest 


BOSTON 
COLLEGE 


NOV. 
11 


MIAMI 


at 
Delaware 


at 

Arkansas 

State 


CINCINNATI 


LOUISIANA- 
MONROE 


at 

North 

Carolina 




al 
Clemson 


WAKE 
FOREST 


NC STATE 


at 

Maryland 


DUKE 


at 

Flonda 
State 


NOV. 
18 


at 
Boston 
College 


RICHMOND 


at 
South 
Carolina 


at 
Pitt 

(Nov. 16) 


LOUISIANA- 
LAFAYETTE 


DUKE 


MIAMI 


at 
North 

Carolina 


WESTERN 
MICHIGAN 




at 

Virginia 


MARYLAND 


VIRGINIA 
TECH 


NOV. 
25 


WAKE 
FOREST 




TROY 


SOUTH 
FLORIDA 


at 
Florida 
Atlantic 


at 
Georgia 


at 

Virginia 

Tech 


EAST 

CAROLINA 


FLORIDA 


SOUTH 
CAROLINA 


BOSTON 
COLLEGE 

(Nov 23) 


at 

Miami 
(Nov. 23) 


al 
Maryland 


DEC. 

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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, Tennessee 13 

Jan. 1, 1954 • Orange Bowl 

Oklahoma 7, Maryland 

Jan. 2, 1956 • Orange Bowl 

Oklahoma 20, Maryland 6 

Dec. 28, 1973 -Peach Bowl 

Georgia 17, Maryland 16 

Dec. 16, 1974 -Liberty Bowl 

Tennessee 7, Maryland 3 

Dec. 29, 1975 -Gator Bowl 

Maryland 13, Florida 

Jan. 1,1977 -Cotton Bowl 

Houston 30, Maryland 21 

Dec. 22, 1977 • Hall of Fame Bowl 

Maryland 17, 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 

Washington 21, Maryland 20 



Dec. 17, 1983 • Florida Citrus Bowl 
Tennessee 30, Maryland 23 



Dec. 22, 1984 -Sun Bowl 

M aryland 28, Tennessee 27 



Dec. 21, 1985 -Cherry Bowl 

Maryland 35, Syracuse 18 



Dec. 15, 1990 • Independence Bowl 

Maryland 34, Louisiana Tec h 34 



Jan. 2, 2002 • FedEx Orange Bowl 
Florida 56, Maryla nd 23 



Jan. 1, 2004 • Toyota Gator Bowl 
Maryland 41, W est Virginia 7 



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MARYLAND 20 
GEORGIA 20 

In front of the first capacity crowd in Gator Bowl history. 1 6,666, 
Maryland's Lu Gambino was a one-man wrecking crew, rushing 
for 165 yards and scoring three touchdowns. Gambino's three 
scores propelled Maryland to a 20-7 lead, but Georgia reeled 
off 13 points in the fourth quarter to tie the game. The Bulldogs 
threatened to win the game in the closing seconds, but time ran 
out with Georgia on Maryland's four-yard line. Despite the tie, 
there was no question as to the game's most valuable player. 
Gambino won the Burkhalter Award, signifying the game's 
outstanding performer. Gambino was inducted into the Gator 
Bowl Hall of Fame in 1992. 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd 4 th 



Maryland 







7 



13 



Georgia 



13 - 



2-UM - Gambino 35-yard run (McHugh kick) 



3-UG - Rauch 1-yard run (Gen kick) 



3-UM - Gambino 1-yard run (kick failed) 



3-UM - Gambino 24-yard pass from Baroni (McHugh kick) 

4-UG ■ Ger 4-yard run ik ck failed] 



4-UG - Donaldson 9-yard pass from Rauch (Gen kick) 



UM 



UG 



First Downs 



16 



19 



Rushing Yards 



247 



216 



Passing 



127 



190 



Comp-Att-Int 



7-14-1 



12-20-1 



Punts-Avg. 



5-44 



440 



Fumbles-Lost 



0-0 



2-1 



Penalties-Yards 



5-66 



4-S 



RUSHING-Maryland, Gambino 22-165, Idzik 2-32, Bonk 5-23, LaRue 
4-24, Turyn 4-9, Brown 2-6, Tucker 2-3, Siebert 3-3, Roth 3+16). Georgia, 
Donaldson 10-69, Gen 7-56, Henderson 8-48, Reid 7-46, Nestorak 3-6. 

Bodine 3-2. Bradberry 1-2. Brunson 3-(-2). Rauch 3 (-10). 

PASSING-Manyl and, Baroni 7-14-127. Georgia, Rauch 12-20-190. 
Alt: 16.666 



Dec. 31, 2002 • Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl 
Maryland 30, Tennessee 3 




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MARYLAND 20 
MISSOURI 7 

Three times in the first half Missouri turned the ball over, 3| 
all three times Maryland scored a touchdown as the Terraai 
defeated the Tigers, 20-7, to earn their first-ever postseasJ 
victory. The Terrapin running attack, led by Bob Shemonski al 
Ed Modzelewski, amassed 266 rushing yards, the second-mr. 
by a Maryland bowl team. Maryland defensive back John Id, 
set up Maryland's first score with a 26-yard interception reti 
to the Tiger 11 -yard line. Shemonski scored on a sweep 
the next play for the go-ahead touchdown. Shemonski scor 
again on a six-yard run late in the second quarter to put t 
Terps up 20-0. 



Box Score 





1st 


2nd 3rd 


4:h 


F 


Maryland 


7 


13 


- 


20 


Missoun 








7 - 


7 




1-UM- Shemonski 11-yard 


run (Dean kick) 






2-UM - Modzelewski 3-yarc 


run (kick failed) 






2-UM - Shemonski 6-yard run (Dean kick) 


4-MO - Klein 4-yard 


run (Glorioso kick) 












UM 


MO 




First Downs 




11 


'3 




Rushing Yards 




266 


100 




Passinq 




16 


167 




Comp-Att-Int 




2-17-1 


11-29-3 




Punts-Avq. 




7-39 


3-38.0 




Fumbles-Lost 




1-1 


5-5 




Penalties-Yards 




63 


10 






Att: 18,409 




Bob "S/100-Snoo" Shemonski goes for a TD ii 
Missouri. 



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MARYLAND 28 
ENNESSEE 1 3 

what may have been perhaps the biggest win in Maryland 
otball history, the Terps upset No. 1 -ranked and regular 
iason national champion Tennessee, 28-13, in the 1952 
ugar Bowl, The Terps were led by running back Ed "Mighty 
0" Modzelewski (153 yards on 28 carries) and the brilliant 
ay of running back/defensive back Ed Fullerton who scored 
io touchdowns and threw for another. The Terps put the game 
'it of reach in the third quarter with a 46-yard interception for a 
uchdown by Fullerton, giving the Terps a 28-6 lead. Maryland 
Wished the season with an overall record of 10-0-0 and a No. 
national ranking. 



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 


4th 


F 


Maryland 7 14 


7 


- 


28 


Tennessee 6 





7 - 


13 



UJM - Fullerton 2-yard run [Deck er kick) 

MJM - Shemonski 7-yard pass from Fullerton (Decker kick) 
MJM - Scarbath 1-yard run (Decker kick) 



MIT - Rechichar 4-yard pass from Payne (kic k failed) 
J-UM - Fullerton 46-yard interception return [Decker kick) 



1-UT - Payne 2-yard run (Rechichar kick) 






UM 


UT 


Fist Downs 18 


12 


Rushinq Yards 289 


81 


J ass;-.: 63 


75 


iomp-AtMnl 7-13-1 


9-194 


Return Yards 29 


16 


Punts-Avq, 8-38.0 


743.0 


Fumbtes-lost 7-1 


2-2 


Penalties-Yards 12-120 


2-20 




RUSHING-Maryland, Modzelewski 28-153. Tennessee, Payne 11-54. 


PASSING-Maryland Scarbath 6-9-57. Tennessee, Pavne 7-14-75. 


«t 80,271 







Box Score 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



Maryland 








- 


Oklahoma 





7 


- 7 




2-OU - Griqqs 25-yard run 


(Leake kick) 










UM 


OU 


First Downs 




13 


10 


Rushing Yards 




176 


208 


Pass.ng 




36 


22 


Comp-Att-Int 




5-12-0 


4*1 


Return Yards 




25 


7 


Punts-Avq. 




5-29.0 


7-31.3 


Fumbles-Losf 




1-1 


2-2 


Penalty Yards 




15 


45 




RUSHING-Maryland 


Felton 10-51. Oklahoma. Griqqs 13-89. 


PASSING-Maryland, 


Boxo 
: N 


d 3-942 Oklahoma, Calame 44-22 


RECEIVING-Marylar 


Ian 2-31 Oklahoma, Bums 3-17. 


Alt: 68,178 













dryland celebrates its 1951 undefeated season 



"Shoo-Shoo" 
Shemonski high- 
stepping in the 1954 
Orange Bowl. 



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BOWL 

ORANGE ROWL 

MIAMI 
JAN. 2, 1956 




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 hurt by five turnovers. 




Box Score 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



Maryland 


6 


- 6 


Oklahoma 


14 


6 - 20 




2-UM - Vereb 15-yarc 


run (kick failed) 




3-OU - McDonald 4-yard run (Prices kick) 


3-OU - O'Neil 1-yard 


run (Pnces kick) 




4-OU • Dodd 82-yard interception return (kick failed! 






UM 


OU 


First Downs 


9 


16 


Rushinq Yards 


187 


202 


Passinq 


46 


53 


Comp-Att-Int 


3-10-3 


4-10-1 


Punts-Avq. 


740.C 


8-34.0 


Fumbles-Lost 


3-2 


1-1 


Penalties-Yards 


4-61 


4-35 




RUSHING-Maryland 


Vereb 8-108. Oklahoma, Hams 9-63. 


PASSING-Maryland, 


Beiqhtol 2-746 Oklahoma. Hams 3-5-34. 


RECEIVING-Maryland, Cooke 1-21 . Oklahoma, Bums 2-28. 


Att: 75,561 






Ed Vereb rushed 
for the Terps' only 
TD and 108 yards 
in the '56 Orange 
Bowl. 



73 

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o 

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POSTSEASON HISTORY • 




' ~ :: %. 




BOWL 

FULTON 
COUNTY 
STADIUM 
ATLANTA 
DEC. 28, 1973 



sixth >*nual 






15 



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 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



Maryland 



Georgia 



10 



7 







2-UG - Poulous 62- yard pass from Johnson (Leavitl kick), 5:27 
2-UM- White 68-yard pass fr om Carter (Mike-May er kick), 5:04 
2 -UM - Mike-Mayer 36-yard field goal, 1 :31 



2-UG ■ Leav itt 26-yard field goal, 0:0 

3-UG - Johnson 1 -yard run (Leavitl kick), 4:24 

4-UM - Mike-Maye r 25-yard field goal, 13:53 



4-UM ■ Mike-Mayer 28-yard field goal, 7:35 



UM 



UG 



First Downs 



Rus hing Yards 



219 



170 



Passing 



242 



114 



Comp-Att-Int 



1-18-1 



5-16-1 



Return Yards 



135 



Punts-Avg 



5-31.8 



8-41,3 



Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 



4-3 



2-2 



5-63 



1-5 



RUSHING-Maryland, Carter 29-J26 Georgia, King 16-57 



PASSING-Maryland,_Kinard 4-8-113 Georgia, Johnson 546-114^_ 
RECEIVING: Maryland, White 2-106. Georgia, Poulous 2-62. 

Alt 80 271 




Coach Jerry Claiborne (left) congratulates Georgia 
coach Vince Dooley after the Bulldogs' win. 



144 • POSTSEASON HISTORY 



LIBERTY 
BOWL 

LIBERTY BOWL 
MEMORIAL 
STADIUM 
MEMPHIS 
DEC. 16, 1974 




MARYLAND 3 

The Maryland defense, led by AII-ACC defensive tackle 
Randy White, shut out Tennessee for nearly four quarters 
but lost the game when the Volunteers' quarterback, Randy 
Wallace, found Larry Seivers for an 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 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th F 


Maryland 3 - 3 


Tennessee 7 — 7 




2-UM • Mike-Mayer 28-yard field goal 


4-UT - Seivers 11 -yard pass from Wallace (Towsend kick) 




UM UT 


First Downs 16 15 


Rushing Yards 108 173 


Passing 158 65 


Comp-Att-Int 15-22-2 7-16-0 


Return Yards 76 65 


Punts-Avg. 641.0 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 6-15-54 


RECEIVING: Maryland, White 5-68. Tennessee, Seivers 4-38. 


Att: 51,284 









■ 



Louis Carter 
rushed for 65 
yards in the 
Terps' 1974 
Liberty Bowl 
appearance. 



GATOR 
BOWL 



GATOR BOWL 
JACKSONVILLE 
DEC. 29, 1975 



Brh 



: 
FUffilDfl 










MARYLAND 1 3 
FLORIDA 

The ACC champion Terrapins headed into the 1975 Gat, 
Bowl as a seven-point underdog to the Florida Gato 
However, this did not deter the Terps, who were comi 
off their best season (8-2-1 ) in 20 years. Maryland shut c 
the Gators, 13-0, in front of a large pro-Florida crowd il 
steady downpour. The Maryland defense held the SEC: 
total offense leader scoreless and intercepted two Flori- 
passes which led to the first 10 Maryland points. This wl 
the first Terp win over an SEC team since 1955. 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



Maryland 



3 - 



Florida 



1-UM - Hoover 19-yard pass from Dick (Sochko kick) 6.15 



2-UM ■ Sochko 20 : yard field goat 6.49 



4-UM -Sochko 27-yard field goal 11:41 



UM 



UF 



First Downs 15 


14 


Rushinq Yards 209 


182 


Passinq 82 


28 


Comp-Att-Int 7-16-0 


3-19-3 


Return Yards 26 


25 


Punts-Avg, 7-39.5 


7-38.5 


Fumbles-Lost 0-O 


1-1 


Penalties-Yards 547 


648 




RUSHING-Maryland, Atkins 20-127. Florida, DuBose 18-95. 


PASSING-Maryland, _Dick_5-1 3-67. Flonda 


Fisher 2-12-33. 



RECEIVING Maryland, Hoover 2-24 Flonda, Lecount 1-25 
Att: 64,012 




Kim Hoover 
hauls in the 
only TD of 
the Terps' 
win in the '1 
Gator Bowl. 



27 SPO 



SOTTON 
JOWL 




OTTOIM BOWL 

ALLAS 

AN. 1, 1977 



JJiii/iU'lliJ 
lil.MlJCUllT.L) 




IOUSTON 30 
MARYLAND 21 

dryland entered the 1977 Cotton Bowl with a perfect 11-0 
bord. but the hopes for a perfect season were dashed 
tickly when Houston scored 21 first-quarter points en 
j!e to a 30-21 win. The Cougars rushed for a total of 320 
,rds in the game and 144 in the 21-point first quarter The 
irps cut the lead to 27-21 in the fourth quarter, but a 5:42 
ive by the Cougars late in the quarter resulted in a field 
al, slamming the door on any Terp comeback hopes. 



HALL OF FAME SUN 



BOWL 

LEGION FIELD 
BIRMINGHAM 
DEC. 22. 1977 




MARYLAND 1 7 
MINNESOTA 7 

After allowing an early Minnesota touchdown run, the Terps 
scored the next 1 7 points and shut out the Golden Gophers 
over the next three quarters to leave Birmingham with a 
17-7 win. Offensively, the Terps looked to George Scott who 
rushed for 75 yards and two second-quarter touchdowns to 
put Maryland in the lead for good. The Maryland defense 
held the Gophers to only 69 yards of total offense in the 
second half. 



BOWL 

SUN BOWL 
EL PASO 
DEC. 23, 1978 




TEXAS 42 
MARYLAND 

The Maryland Terrapins, appearing in their sixth consecutive 
bowl and looking for their second straight bowl win, ran into 
a very determined Texas Longhorn team. The Longhorns 
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 2nd 3rd 4 th 



Maryland 
Houston 



7 - 



3 - 



-UH - Thomas 11-yard run (Coplin kick) 6 27 



•UH • Blackwell 33-yard run (Coplin kick) 3 13 
•UH • Blackwell 1-yard run [Coplin kick^05]__ 
■UM - Manges 6-yard run (Loncar kick) 9.36 
•UH - Bass 33-yard pass from Davis (kick failed) 0:55 



•UM - Severs 1 1-jard pass from Ma nges (Sochko kick) 1:41 

-UM - Wilson 1-yard run (Sochko kick) 8:46 

-UH- Coplin 26-yard field goal 018 



UM 



UH 



: «stJ)owns 
Pushing Yards 

passing 

^wip-Att-lnl 
^etum Yards 
"unts-Avg 
•umbles-Lost 



17 



20 



120 



320 



179 



108 



17-32-0 



5*0 



13 



644.0 



4-360 



4-3 



'enalties-Yards 



8-80 



5-22 



WSHING-Matyland. Scott 1147 Houston, Blackwel l 22-149. 
'ASSING-Maryland. Manges 17-32-179 Houston, Davis 5-6-108 
DECEIV ING Maryland Kinney 6-72 Houston, Foster 3-62 
i 58,500 






Eric Sievers 
caught his first 
co//ege TD on 
this play in 
the 77 Cotton 
Bowl. 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



Maryland 


3 14 


- 17 


Minnesota 


7 


- 7 




1-MN - Barber 1-ya re 


run (Rogind kick) 9:0; 




1-UM • Sochko 32-yard field qoal 5:21 


2-UM - Scott 2-yard 


un (Sochko kick) 7:04 




2-UM- Scott 1 -yard 


un (Sochko kick) 4:53 








UM 


'.". 


F rsl Downs 


15 


17 


Rushinq Yards 


120 


113 


Passing 


211 


155 


Comp-Att-Int 


12-23-1 


13-26-0 


Return Yards 


3 


6 


Punts-Avq. 


5-36.8 


9-27.7 


Fumbles-Lost 


3-2 


3-2 


Penalties-Yards 


12-80 


6-54 




RUSHING-Maryland, Scott 24-75, Minnesota, Kitzmann 24-76. 


PASSING-Maryland, 


Dick 12-20-211. Minnesota. Avery 12-23-130. 


RECEIVING Maryland. White 8-126 Minnesota, Anhom 5-49. 


Alt 47 000 




George Scott 
ran for two 
TDs and 75 
yards in the 
Terps"77Hall 
of Fame Bowl 



Box Score 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

Maryland 



(I - 



Texas 



21 



- 



1-UT - L, Jones 7-yard run (Erxleben kick) 10:27 
1-UT - J Jones 1-yard run (Erxleben kickj 7 15 



1-UT-L Jones 29-yard pass from McBaeth (Erxleben kick) 4:37 
2-UT ■ McB aeth 2-yard run (Erxlebe n kick) 12:55 _ 
3-UT - J. Jones 14-yard run (Erxleben kick) 2:42 



3-UT-H Jones 32-yard run Erxleben kid ' ' ; 



UM 



UT 



First Downs 



20 



Rushing Yards 



220 



Passing 



214 



45 



Comp-Att-Int 



1743-4 



2-7-0 



Ret„ r - Yards 
Punts-Avq 



8-37 



741 



Fumbles-Lost 



2-1 



3-1 



Penalties-Yards 



5-35 



742 



RUSHING-Maryland, Atkins 10-15. Texas, H. Jones 14-104. 
PASSING-Maryland, O'Hare 12-27-146 Texas. McBaeth 2-545, 
RECEIVING: Maryland, Richards 4-52. Texas. L Jones 245. 

An 33,122 




1113 - 


^m . : 



Charles 




Johnson's 




mood tells the 




story after the 




Terps lost in 




the 78 




Son Bowl. 





POSTSEASON HISTO 









TANGERINE ALOHA 
BOWL 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 
Collinsworth, caught eight passes for 166 yards, including 
a 21 -yard touchdown catch that led to Florida's 28-20 lead. 
Maryland's Dale Castro tied a Tangerine Bowl record and 
established a new Terrapin bowl record when he booted his 
fourth field goal in the third quarter. 



Box Score 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



Maryland 3 6 11 


- 20 


Florida 14 14 


7 35 




1-UM - Castro 34-yard field qoal 4:50 


2-UF - Collinsworth 24-yard oass from Peace (Clark kick) 14:04 


2-UM - Castro 27-yard field qoal 4 37 


2-UM - Castro 26-yard field qoal 4 28 


2-UF - Jones 2-yard run (Clark kick) 1:46 


3-UM - Wysocki 2-yard run (Tice run) 14 48 


3-UM - Castro 42-yard field qoal 1 0:00 


3-UF - Peace 1-yard run (Clark kick) 4:43 


3-UF - Collinsworth 21-yard pass from Peace (Clark kick) 3:29 


4-UF - Brown 2-vard run (Clark kick) 9:31 


UM 


UF 


First Downs 19 


16 


Rushinq Yards 181 


108 


Passinq 155 


271 


Comp-Att-Int 12-26-3 


20-34-1 


Return Yards 14 


54 


Punts-Avq. 4-39.0 


6-34.0 


Fumbles-Lost 4-2 


1-0 


Penalties-Yards 6-44 


11-108 


RUSHING-Maryland, Wysocki 39-159. Florida, Brown 16-71. 


PASSING-Maryland Tice 1 1 -23- 1 29 Florida , Peace 20-24-271 


RECEIVING: Maryland. Havener 4-83 Flonda, Collinsworth 8-166. 


AC 52 541 



rOL 




Charlie Wysocki 
ran for 159 
yards in the '80 
Tangerine 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 



Maryland 



Washington 



7 



7 



7 



21 



1-UW -Allen 27-yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick) 10:14 

2-UM - D'Addio 19-yard pass from Esiason (kick failed) 1452 

2-UW -Allen 71-yard pass from Cowa n [Nelson kick] 5.21 

3-UM - Tice 36-y ard pass from Esiason (conyersion failed) 1218 

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 



Rushinq Yards 



68 



p asb r g 



251 



369 



Comp-Att-Int 



19-32-1 



35-55-0 



Return Yards 



45 



Punts-Avg 



7-38.0 



5-45.0 



Fumbles-Lost 



2-1 



4-4 



Penalties-Yards 



8-55 



7-50 



RUSHING-Maryland, Nash 11-41. Was hington, Robinson 16-50 



PASSING-Maryland, Esiason 19-32-251 Washington, Cowan 33-55- 

361 

RECEIVING: Maryland, Tice 6-85 Washington, Skan si 10-81. 

An 30.055 




Dave D'Addio 
rushes past 
Washington 
in the Aloha 
Bowl. 



CITBUS 
BOWL 



FLORIDA 
CITRUS 
BOWL 
ORLANDO 
DEC. 17, 1983 




TENNESSEE 30 
MARYLAND 23 

Tennessee scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter 
overcome a 20-16 defcit and defeat the Terps, 30-23, in 
1983 Citrus Bowl. Maryland took a four-point lead into the foi 
quarter, thanks to outstanding play from reserve quarterb; 
Frank Reich. Reich entered the game in the second qua 
when starter Boomer Esiason suffered a shoulder inji 
Reich's one mistake of the day, an interception early in 
fourth quarter, set the Vols on Maryland's 14-yard line wf 
led to a Tennessee touchdown run that was the difference. 



Box Score 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



Maryland 



Tennessee 



1-UM -Atkinson 18-yard field qoal 4:01 



1-UT - Taylor 12 pass from Cockrell (Reyeiz kick) 1:04 



. -UM ■ Atk nson 48-yard field goal 1 3 43 



2-UM -Atkinson 31-yard field goat 12:01 



2-UT - Reveiz 25-yard field goal 4:34 



3-UM ■ Atkin son 22-yard field goal 10:47 



3-UT - Hen derson 19 -yard run (Cockrell pass failed) 5:29 

3-UM - Badaniek 3-yard run (Badaniek run) 4:14 

4-UT - Jones 1-yard run (Reyeiz kick) 14:01 



4 -UT - Jones 2-yar d run (Reveiz kick) 11:58 



4-UM - Atkinson 26-yard field goal 4 34 



UM 



UT 



First Downs 



Rushinq Yards 



201 



Passing 



253 



185 



Comp-Att-Int 



18-28-1 



16-23-1 



Relum Yards 



10 



26 



Punts-Avg 



0-0.0 



H7.0 



Fumbles-Lost 



3-1 



1-1 



6-32 



1-5 



Penalties -Yards 

RUSHING-Maryland, Joyner 17-58 Tennessee, Jones 29-154 
PASSING-Maryland, Reich 14-22-192 Tennessee, Cockrell 16-23-13! 
RECEIVING Maryla n d, David 4-66 Tennessee, Du ncan 6-59. 
Att: 50,183 




146 • POSTSEASON HISTORY 



Bobby Rosi 
(far left) ant 
Boomer 
Esiason 
(second 
from left) 
visit Goofy 
at the Magic 
Kingdom. 



27SPC 



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¥' ^atv 




IOWL 

IN BOWL 
PASO 

C 22, 1984 




1ARYLAIMD 28 
ENNESSEE 27 

i Maryland Terrapins were truly the comeback team of 1 984. 
'yland trailed Tennessee 21-0 at halftime and erupted for 
|>rrapin bowl record 22 points in the third quarter Frank 
:h's third-quarter touchdown pass to Ferrell Edmunds put 
'Terps up 22-21. but the ensuing kickoff was returned for 
mchdown by the Volunteers to give them a 27-22 lead, 
n with 8:03 left to play, the Terps' offense pounded out a 
I dnve that was capped by a one-yard scoring run by Rick 
lanjek for the game-winning touchdown. 



ok Score 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 
_0 22 6 



28 



10 11 



27 



rrjones 2-yard run (Reveiz kick) 6:34 



iT - Reveiz 24-yard field goal 2 29 
IT - Reveiz 52-yard field goal 5 13 
IT- McGee 6-yard pass from Ropjnson_ 

(McGee pass from Robinson) 37 
IM - Neal 57-yard run (pass failed) 10 35 
IM - Atkinson 23-yard field goal 6 32 



IM ■ B adaniek 1 -yard run ^run failed) 347 

IM- Edmu nds 40-yard pass from Reich (Atkinson ki ck) 3:47 



T-Pe"uska 100-yard kickoff return (pass failed) 0:10 
M - Bacanjek 1-yard run (pass failed 1 2 28 






UM 


or 


it Downs 




22 


13 


shmg Yards 




229 


148 


ssing 




201 


132 


np-Art-nt 




'7-28-1 


15-24-0 


lum Yards 




80 


194 


nts-Avq. 




4-39.0 


5-42.4 


-nWes-Lost 




2-2 


2-2 



nalties-Yards 



8^3 



6-49 



SHING-Maryian d. Neal 12-107. Tennessee, Jones 14-80. 



SSING-Maryland, Reich 17-28-201. T enn., Ro b inson 15-24-132. 
CEIVING Maryland. Hill 4-69. Tennessee, McGee 6-66 
: 50,126 



V 


LS^ a 



After rallying 
from a 21-0 
halftime 
deficit, the 
Terps carried 
coach Bobby 
Ross off the 
field after 
winning the '84 
Sun Bowl. 



CHERRY 
ROWL 

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 Terrapins, who trailed 3-0 early 
in the first quarter, took their first lead thanks to Gelbaugh's 
four-yard touchdown run. Trailing 10-6 in the second quarter, 
Gelbaugh hit tight end Chris Knight for a three-yard score to 
put the Terps in the lead for good. The touchdown pass also 
was the start of a 22-point second quarter that tied a Maryland 
bowl record for points scored in a quarter 




Rox Score 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



Syracuse 



- 



Maryland 



22 



- 



I^SU-McAulay 26-yard field goal 10 27 
1-UM -Gelbaugh 4-yard run (kick failed] 6 36 
2-SU - Drummond 10-yard run [McAulay kick) 12 53 



2-UM - Knight 3-yard pass from Gelbaugh (Badaniek run) 8:50 

2-UM - Tye 8-yard fumble return jPlockj kick) 341 

2-UM - Blount 20-yard run [Plocki kick) 1 43 



3-UM ■ A bdur-Raoof 6-yard pass from Gelbaugh (Plocki kick) 11 27 
3-SU - McPherson 1 7-yard run (Sc hwedes from McPherson) 2:51 



UM 



SU 



First Downs 



22 



28 



Rushin g Yards 

Passing 



244 



241 



223 



204 



Comp-Att-lnl 



14-20-1 



18-30-3 



Return Yards 



» 



135 



Purts-Avg 



3-387 



1-52.0 



Fumbles-Lost 



0-0 



3-2 



Penalties-Yards 



5-54 



3-26 



RUSHING-Maryland, Blou nt 24-135 Syracuse. McPherson 21-111. 
PASSING-Maryland, Gelbaugh 14-20-223 Syracuse, McPherson 

18-30-204 

RECEIVING: Maryland. Abdur-Raoof 5-86. Syracuse, S!ano4-69. 
Art: 51.858 




Len Lynch 
(63) hoists 
the 1985 
Cherry Bowl 
trophy. 



INDEPENDENCE 



ROWL 

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 drive on the Maryland 39-yard line. Five 
plays and 28 yards later, Boniol kicked his second field goal 
of the game to even the score. 




Rox Score 



'si 



Maryland 

Louisiana Tech 



2nd 3rc 
6 



4th 
14 



6 - 



1-UM -Ja ckson 1-yard run (DeA rmas kick) 11:59 
1-UM - Jackson 2-yard run (DeArmas kick ) 5:06 
2-LT - Richardson 5-yard njn (Boniol kick] 8 30 
2-U ■ Davis 3-y ard run Boniol kick ' 7 
3-LT- Rich ardson 1-yard run (B oniol kick] 10 35 



3-UM - J ackson 11 -yard run [kick failed) 7 44 



3-LT - Slaughter 7-yard pass from Johnson (Boniol kick) 5 52_ 
4-LT~- Boni ol 36-"yand field goal 1 3 52 



4-UM - Mason 28-yard pass .from Zolak (DeArmas k ■:■ 
4-UM- Johnson 15-yard pass from Zolak i DeArmas ■ • 
4-LT - Boniol 28-yard field goal 0:00 " 



UM 



LT 



First Downs 



16 



25 



Rushin g Yards 

Passing 

Comp- Att-lnl 

Return Yards 



191 



150 



115 



254 



11-18-1 



18-28-3 



Punls-Avg 
Fumbles-Losl 



4-372 



1-34.0 



1-1 



3-1 



Penalties-Yards 



9-88 



6-53 



RUSHIN G-Maryland. Jackson 17-50. La. Tech, Richardson 27-81. 
PASSING-M aryland. Zolak 7-16-159. La. Tech, Johnson 7-6-70. 
RECEIVING Maryland Johnson 5-107 .3 led] Slaudhterfrff 
Art: 48,325 






Clarence Jones 
(74) lifts Troy 
Jackson in the air 
after the Terps' 
third-quarter 
score in the '90 
Independence 
Bowl. 



POSTSEASON HISTORY • 




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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 fifth-ranked Florida Gators, 56-23, Florida's Rex 
Grossman came off the bench to throw for 248 yards and 
four touchdowns. The Gators jumped out to a 14-0 lead, but 
the Terps rallied to close to within 14-10. Florida, 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 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



Florida 



14 21 



Maryland 



13 



1-UF - Graham 1-yard run (Chandler kick) 9:51 



l-UF - Jacobs 46-yard pass from Berlin (Chandler kick) 0:12 



1-UM - Williams 64-yard pass from Hill (Novak kick) 0:00 



2-UM - Novak 20-yard field goal 12:20 



2-UF -Jacobs 15-yard pass from Grossman (Chandler kick) 2:18 
2-UF - Gaffney 4-yard pass from Grossman (Chandler kick) 0:03 



3-UF - Graham 6-yard run (Chandler kick) 11:22 



3-UF - Gillespie 11 -yard run (Chandler kick) 7:2 



3-UF - Gaffney 33-yard pas s f rom G rossman (Chandler kick ) 2:5 2 
4-UM - Riley 1-yard run (Novak kick)'l1 56 



4-UF - Perez 10-yard pass from Grossman (Chandler kick) 10:16 
4-UM - Riley 10-yard run (Novak kick) 5:10 



UM 



UF 



First Downs 



Rushing Yards 



103 



203 



Passing 



257 



456 



Comp-Aft-lnl 



23-39-1 



3349-2 



Return Yards 



93 



Punts-Avg. 



546.2 



2-530 



Fumbles-Lost 



0-0 



2-1 



Penalties-Yards 



4-20 



6-43 



RUSHING-Maryland, Hill 11-31 Flpnda, GrahamJ6-149 
PASSING-Maryland. Hill 23-39-257 Florida, Grossman 20-28-248 
RECEIVING -M aryland, Murphy5-42 Florida, Jacobs 10-170. 

Att: 73.640 




Marc Riley 
ran for two 
touchdowns, 
including this 
10-yard run 
in the fourth 
quarter. 



PEACH GATOR 



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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 McBrien ran for a pair of touchdowns, Nick 
Novak booted three field goals, All-America linebacker 
E.J. Henderson registered 12 solo tackles, and comerback 
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 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



Tennessee 



Maryland 



1-UM - McBrien 1-yard run (Novak kick) 6:00 



2-UM - Cox 54-yard inte rception 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 Downs 



Rushing Yards 



45 



154 



Passing 



242 



120 



Comp-Att-Int 



23-37-1 



11-19-0 



Return Yards 



85 



177 



Punts-Avg. 



6-477 



3-50.3 



Fumbles-Lost 



1-1 



2-1 



Penalties-Yards 



2-10 



RUSHING-Ma ryland, Perry 15-50 Tennessee: Houston 9-34. 

PASSING-Maryland, McBnen, 11-19-0-120. Tennessee, Clausen 23-37- 
1-242, 



RECEiyiNG-Maryland, Harrison 4-74 Tennessee Brown 5-75. 
Att: 68.330 




Curome Cox set a 
school bowl record 
with a 54-yard 
interception return 
lor touchdown in the 
Peach Bowl. 



BOWL 

ALLTEL 
STADIUM 
JACKSONVILLE 
JAN. 1,2004 




MARYLAND 41 
WEST VIRGINIA 7 I 

Former Mountaineer Scott McBrien threw for a career-high I 
yards to help Maryland to a 41-7 victory over West Vim 
in the Gator Bowl, a rematch of a regular-season game it 
was almost as lopsided. Playing against the team he le~ 
2001, McBrien threw for three scores and ran for anal 
His teammate, Steve Suter, returned a punt for a touchd' 
and made a highlight-reel catch to help the once-downtrccl 
Terrapins reach 10 wins for the third-straight year under ccl 
Ralph Fnedgen. 



I 



Box Score 





1st 


2nd 


3rd 


4th 


F 


West Virginia 








7 





7 


Maryland 


10 


'4 


10 


7 


41 



1-UM -Novak 26-yard field goal 9:36 



1-UM -J Williams 31-yard pass from McBnen (Novak kick) 0:00 



2-UM 



2-UM 



3-UM 



3-WV 



Suter 76-yard punt return (Novak kick) 13:55 



liams 22-yard pass from McBrien (Novak kick) 7:49 



McBnen 2-yard run (Novak kick) 8:40 



R. Marshall 15-yard run (Cooper kick) 61 



3-UM - Nick Novak 24-yard field goal 1 :25 



4-UM - Walker 14-yard punt return (Novak kick) 6 42 



UM 


WV 


First Downs 26 


9 


Rushes-Yards 48-141 


29-155 


Passing Yards 381 


86 


Comp-Att-Int 21-33-0 


11-19-0 


Return Yards 114 


165 


Punts-Avg. 2-33.5 


742.4 


Fumbles-Lost 5-0 


2-2 


Penalties-Yards 6-45 


640 


RUSHING- Maryland, Perry 20-67. WestVirg 


nia, Harris 6-56. 


PASSING- Maryland, McBrien 21-33-0-381. 
10-16-0-87. 


West Virginia: Marst 


RECEIVING- Maryland, Suter 4-84. West Virginia, Henry 346. 


Att: 76 893 






Gator Bowl MVP 
Scott McBrien 
threw for a career 
high 381 yards 
against his form 
team in his final 
college game. 



148 • POSTSEASON HISTORY 



ILL-TIME BOWL GAME RECORDS 




idividual Records 

ISHING YARDS 

1 23 carries), Lu Gambmo vs. Georgia, 1948 Gator 
K28). Ed Modzelewski vs. Tennessee, 1952 Sugar 
f{39). Charlie Wysocki vs. Flonda, 1980 Tangenne 
,(24). Alvin Blount vs. Syracuse, 1 985 Cherry 
(20), Steve Atkins vs, Flonda, 1975 Gator 
(29), Louis Carter vs. Georgia, 1973 Peach 
(8), Ed Vereb vs. Oklahoma, 1956 Orange 
(12), Tommy Neal vs. Tennessee, 1984 Sun 

ISHING ATTEMPTS 

;harlie Wysocki vs. Flonda, 1980 Tangenne 

ISHING TOUCHDOWNS 

oy Jackson vs Louisiana Tech, 1990 Independence 

INGEST TOUCHDOWN RUN 

parts. Tommy Neal vs. Tennessee. 1984 Sun 

kSSING YARDS 

1(21 of 33. 3 TD. Int.). Scott McBnen vs. West Virginia, 2004 

tetor 

((23 of 39. 1 TD. 1 1nt.), Shaun Hill vs. Florida, 2002 Orange 

19of32,2TD, 1 1nl), Boomer Esiason vs. Washington. 1982 Aloha 

\H of 20, 2 TD. 1 1nt.), Stan Gelbaugh vs. Syracuse, 1985 Cherry 

(17 of 28, 1 TD, 3 Int.), Scott Zolak vs Louisiana Tech. 1990 

idependence 

,(12 of 20, TD, 1 Int.), Larry Dick vs. Minnesota, 1977 Hall 

fFame 

(17 of 28, 1 TD, 1 1nt.), Frank Reich vs. Tennessee, 1984 Sun 

1SS COMPLETIONS 

ihaun Hill vs. Flonda, 2002 Orange 

ISS ATTEMPTS 

jhaun Hill vs. Florida. 2002 Orange 

tSSING TOUCHDOWNS 

Mtt McBnen vs. West Virginia, 2004 Gator 
jomer Esiason vs. Washington, 1982 Aloha 
lan Gelbaugh vs. Syracuse, 1985 Cherry 
M Zolak vs. Louisiana Tech. 1990 Independence 

INGEST TOUCHDOWN PASS 

.ouis Carter to Walter White vs. Georgia, 1973 Peach 

ITAL OFFENSE 

,a r 3s minus 14 run. 381 pass), Scott McBnen vs. West 
'irgmia. 2004 Gator 
yards (31 run, 257 pass). Shaun Hill vs. Florida, 2002 Orange 

yards (1 run. 251 pass). Boomer Esiason vs. Washington. 
.983 Aloha 

CEPTIONS 

!6 yards). Charlie White vs. Minnesota. 1977 Hall of Fame 

CEIVING YARDS 

(8 rec. TD). Charlie White vs. Minnesota, 1977 Hall of 
ame 

(5 rec., 1 TD), Barry Johnson vs. Louisiana Tech, 1990 
^dependence 
;2 rec, 1 TD). Walter White vs. Georgia, 1973 Peach 

UCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 

iifar Williams from Scott McBnen vs West Virginia 2004 Gator 
! i Gambmo from John Baroni, 1948 Gator 
<& Shemonski from Ed Fullerton, 1952 Gator 
latter White from Louis Carter, 1973 Peach 



1, Kim Hoover from Larry Dick, 1975 Gator 
1, Enc Sievers from Mark Manges, 1977 Cotton 
1, Dave DAddio from Boomer Esiason, 1982 Aloha 
1. John Tice from Boomer Esiason, 1982 Aloha 
1, Ferrell Edmunds from Frank Reich, 1984 Sun 
1, Chns Knight from Stan Gelbaugh, 1985 Cherry 
1, Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof from Stan Gelbaugh, 1985 Cherry 
1 , Mark Mason from Scott Zolak. 1990 Independence 
1 , Barry Johnson from Scott Zolak, 1990 Independence 
1 , Jafar Williams from Shaun Hill, 2002 Orange 
1 , Jo Jo Walker from Scott McBrien, 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 run, 14 pass) vs. West 

Virginia, 2004 Gator 
3, Lu Gambino (35 run, 1 run, 24 rec.) vs. Missouri. 1948 Gator 
3, Ed Fullerton (2 run. 7 pass, 46 int.) vs Tennessee, 1952 Sugar 
3, Troy Jackson (2 run, 2 run, 11 run) vs. Louisiana Tech, 1990 

Independence 

FIELD GOALS 

5 (18, 48, 31, 22, 26 yds.), Jess Atkinson vs. Tennessee, 1983 Citrus 
4 (35, 27, 27, 43 yds), Dale Castro vs. Florida, 1980 Tangenne 

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 yards. Steve Suter vs. West Virginia, 2004 Gator 

FUMBLE RETURN FOR A TD 

8 yard return, Scott Tye vs Syracuse, 1985 Cherry 

INTERCEPTION RETURN FOR A TD 

54 yard return, Curome Cox vs. Tennessee, 2002 Peach 




Lu Gambino holds the Maryland record for rushing yards in 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 vs. 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. Florida 

PASS ATTEMPTS 

43, 1978 Sun vs. Texas (17 completions) 

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS 

3, 2004 Gator vs. West Virginia 

FEWEST PASSING YARDS 

16, 1950 Gator vs Missoun 

TOTAL YARDS 

522, 2004 Gator vs. West Virginia (141 rush, 381 pass) 
467, 1985 Cherry vs. Syracuse (244 rush, 223 pass) 

FEWEST TOTAL YARDS 

212. 1954 Orange vs Oklahoma 

PASS INTERCEPTIONS 

4, 1952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 

FUMBLES LOST 

3. 1973 Peach vs. Georgia 

3. 1974 Liberty vs. Tennessee 

PENALTY YARDS 

120 on 12 penalties, 1952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 







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POSTSEASON HISTORY • 149 





I T 



1949 



The Tatum system was clicking by the third season under the new coach. 
Maryland scored more points than in any previous season in its history 
- 266 to its opponents' 81. Jim Tatum and a collection of new players 
lifted Maryland to its first ranking in the AP poll. Newcomers such as Ed 
Modzelewski, Bob Ward, Bob Shemonski and junior All-America tackle Ray 
Krouse were instrumental in leading the Terrapins to eight 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 Missouri in the Gator Bowl. 



RANKED 1 4 th 



o 



& A t JL £L £ 






\ 



d 



SOUTHERN CONF. 

SC Overall 
Team W-L-T 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. & Mary 


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 



STANDINGS 

SC Overall 
Team W-L-T 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. BOWL GAME 

Gator Bowl: 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 Coach: Jim Tatum 


S24 




• at Virqinia Tech 


w 


34-7 


S30 




Georqetown 


w 


33-7 


08 1-1 


[131 


at Michiqan State 


L 


7-14 


022 




• at NC State 


W 


14-6 


029 




•South Carolina" 


w 


44-7 


N5 




• Georqe Washinqton 


w 


40-14 


N12 H 


[151 


at Boston University 


w 


14-13 


N24 [15] 


H 


West Virqinia 


w 


47-7 


D2 [14] 


H 


at Miami 


w 


13-0 


Gator Bowl 










J2 1141 


1201 


Missouri ' 


w 


20-7 


' at Jacksonville, Fla. 


Gator Bowl) 










Ed "Mighty Mo" Modzelewski running U 
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. STANDINGS 




Team 

Ma ryland 
VMI 



SC Overall 
W-L-T W-L-T 



5-0-0 10-0-0 



5-0-0 7-3-0 



Wash & Lee 



5-1-0 6-4-0 



Wm & Mary 5-1-0 7-3-0 
Clemson 3-1-0 7-3-0 

Duke 4-2-0 54-1 



South Carolina 5-3-0 
Wake Forest 5-3-0 



JLiL. 

64-0 



Sugar Bowl: 



Team 


SC 

W-L-T 


Overall 
W-L-T 


G Washington 


2-3-1 


2-6-1 


North Carolina 


2-3-0 


2-8-0 


West Virginia 


2-3-0 


5-5-0 


NC Slate 


2-6-0 


3-7-0 


Richmond 


2-6-0 


3-8-0 


The Citadel 


1-3-0 


4-6-0 


Furman 


14-1 


3-6-1 


Davidson 


1-5-0 


1-8-0 


Virginia Tech 


1-7-0 


2 8-0 


BOWL GAME 

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 Coach: Jim Tatum 








S29 [16] 


H 


• at Washinqton & Lee 


W 


54-14 


06 [91 


H 


• Georqe Washinqton 


W 


33-6 


013 [101 


H 


at Georqia 


w 


43-7 


O20 [71 


H 


• North Carolina 


w 


14-7 


027 [51 


H 


at Louisiana State 


w 


27-0 


N3 141 


H 


Missouri " c 


w 


35-0 


N10 [31 


H 


Navy 


w 


40-21 


N17 [51 


H 


■ NC State 


w 


53-0 


N24 [41 


1 1 


• West Virginia 


w 


54-7 


Sugar Bowl 


J2 [31 


'1 


Tennessee : 


w 


28-13 


' at Baltimore, Md 


(Memorial Stadium) 







; at New Orleans, La (Tulane-Sugar Bowl Stadium) 



/.-,, J >.. . , 




j^__^lJ^M 



Chet "The Jet" Hanulak raced for this 
31-yard TD vs. Missouri on Nov. 3. 



150 • POSTSEASON HISTORY 



27SPC 



■^ET 



1952 

3 amazing win streak continued in 1952, but it ended abruptly and 
ryland was kept out of a bowl game despite its No 13 final ranking. The 
os had amassed 1 9 straight wins and 22 straight games without a defeat 
ore falling 21-14 at Mississippi on Nov. 15. The end came in the eighth 
le of a schedule that was revised heavily after Southern Conference 
ns refused to play Maryland because the Terps had chosen to play in 
previous season s Sugar Bowl Ole Miss scored a pair of fourth-quarter 
chdowns to upend the Terps, and Maryland fell 27-7 to Alabama the 
wing week to quell any hopes of a bowl bid. Bemie Faloney and Jack 
hrbath both were All-Amencans and Scarbath, a preseason favorite to 
. the Heisman Trophy, finished second in the balloting. 




RANKED 1 3 th 








Chet Hanulak 
raced past 
the Boston U. 
defenders for a 
15-yard TD on 
Nov. 1. 



MARYI 

7-2-0(3-0.4-2 
Head Coach J 


LAND RESULTS (7-2) 




m Taturr 






S20 [2] 


[-1 


at Missouri 


W 13-10 


S27 [2] 


1-1 


at Auburn 


W 13-7 


04 [31 


1-1 


Clemson 


W 28-0 


011 141 


1191 


at Georqia 


W 37-0 


018 121 


1201 


Navy 


W 38-7 


025 [21 


1-1 


Louisiana State * 


W 34-6 


N1 [21 


1-1 


al Boston U. 


W 14-7 


N15 131 


[11] 


al Mississippi 


L 14-21 


N22 [81 


[141 


al Alabama 


L 7-27 






Ed "Mighty Mo" Modzelewski running for 
a TD at NC State on Oct. 22. 



1953 

ACC CO-CHAMPIONS 

iltege Park is home to the nation's No 1 football team. The Maryland gnd 
im swept past its 10 regular-season opponents with a perfect record and. 
so doing, scored a total of 298 points while limiting its opposition to a 
cord 31 . Coach Jim Tatum was named the national coach of the year and 
my Old Line players were selected to vanous all-star teams. Operating 
I of the split T, Maryland ranked sixth in the nation in total offense with 
J59.5-yard average. On defense, the team yielded only 193 2 yards per 
me and led the country in rushing (83.9) and scoring defense (3.1). During 
* '53 campaign, the Terps made up for two defeats handed them in 1952 
decisively beating Mississippi and Alabama. After the Terps downed 
ami 30-0, Hurncanes coach Andy Gustafson summed up the nation's 
) team by saying, "Maryland has one of the greatest teams I've ever 
en.' Maryland began the season with a No. 9 preseason ranking by the 
sociated Press and took over the top spot in the polls on the final week of 
s regular season after the No. 2 Terps waxed the No 11 CnmsonTide,21- 
The top-ranked and undefeated Terps tied No. 18 Duke for the inaugural 
IC title, but fell to 10-1 after losing the Orange Bowl to Oklahoma, 7-0. 



CC STANDINGS 



NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 





First row, from left: Duke Wyre. head trainer, Ed O'Connor; Ralph Felton; Stan Jones; co-captains Bob Morgan and Bemie Faloney; 
Chet Hanulak; Dick Nolan; Charles Lattimer; Marty Crytzer; Tom Breumch, John Irvine; Herb Hoffman Second row: John Bowersox; 
Dick Shipley; Dick Bielski; Lynn Beighlol, 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 Merncks; Stan Polyanski; George Albrecht: 
Don Brougher; Ralph Baler); Russell Dennis; Bob Haroth; Jim Ryan; Joe Homing Fourth row: Dick O'Donnell: Jim Skarda; Bill Venter; 
Ed Perry; John Uzick; Augie Waibel; Hal Tray, Lynn Szafranski; Gene Dyson; Frank Bartko; Gene Sullivan; Joe Ponzo; Vic Gilona; Bob 
Pellegnni Fifth row: Ben Kopet; Dave Ritter; Dick Porter Jim Parsons; Tom McLuckie; John Weiciecowski: Roger Curry. Ray Blackburn, 
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, Vern Seibert, Jack Hennemier, Warren Giese and Emmett Cheek; Head 
coach Jim Tatum; Assistant coaches Bob Ward, Bill Dovell and Eddie Teague 




am 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Overall 

W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


\e 


4*0 


105 


27 


7-2-1 


217 


81 


hand 


3*0 


70 


6 


10-1-0 


298 


38 


«th Carolina 


2-3-0 


58 


70 


7*0 


198 


97 


nth Carolina 


2-3-0 


67 


99 


4*0 


173 


187 


ake Forest 


2-3-0 


52 


75 


3*1 


123 


157 


smson 


1-2-0 


25 


34 


3-5-1 


•39 


172 


: Stale 


0-3-0 


14 


80 


1-9-0 


80 


263 


■gima 








1*0 


75 


242 


CC BOWL GAME 

anqe Bowl: Oklahoma 7, Maryland 



MARYLAND RESULTS (10-1, 

10-1-0 (5-0, 4-0, 1-1) -ACC: 3*0, Co-Champions 


3-0) 


Head Coach: Jim Tatum 






S19 [9] 


H 


at Missouri 




W 2M 


S26 [9] 


H 


Washinqton & Lee 




W 52-0 


03 [3] 


H 


• at Clemson 




W 20-0 


O10 [4] 


H 


Georqia 




W 40-13 


017 [3] 


H 


• at North Carolina 




W 264 


023 [31 


H 


al Miami 




W 2*0 


030 [21 


H 


• South Carolina * 




W 24-6 


N7 [21 


H 


Georqe Washinqton ' 




W 27-6 


N14 [2] 


[111 


Mississippi 




W 2*0 


N21 [2] 


mi 


Alabama 




W 21-0 


Oranqe Bowl 


J1 Ml 

Final AP Poll #1 


m 


Oklahoma 2 




L 0-7 








' at Washington 


DC 


Griffith Stadium); -" at Miami, Fla 


(Oranqe Bowl] 






The Terps carried coach Jim Tatum off the field at UNC after a 26-0 shutout of the Tar Heels. 



POSTSEASON HISTORY • 15 



xV 







954 



RANKED 8 th 






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. Maryland rebounded to shut out North Carolina 
33-0 before dropping a 9-7 road decision to Miami. The Terps went on to 
win their final five games by a combined score of 200-33, including a 74-13 
Thanksgiving Day shellacking of Missouri, Maryland finished the season 
with a No. 8 national ranking. 




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ACC STANDINGS 

ACC 
Team W-L-T Pts. 


Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Duke 


4-0-0 


122 


47 


8-2-1 


270 


161 


Maryland 


4-0-1 


124 


27 


7-2-1 


280 


67 


North Carolina 


4-2-0 


93 


126 


4-5-1 


140 


222 


South Carolina 


3-3-0 


86 


94 


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 


Virqinia 


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, 

7-2-1 (5-0, 2-2-1) -ACC: 4-0-1, 2nd 


4-0-1) 


Head Coach: Jim Tatum 


S18 [31 


H 


at Kentucky 


W 24-0 


01 [61 


m 


at UCLA 


L 7-12 


09 [131 


H 


• at Wake Forest 


T 13-13 


016 




• North Carolina 


W 33-0 


022 [-1 


[16] 


at Miami 


L 7-9 


O30 




• at South Carolina 


W 20-0 


N6 




•NC State* 


W 42-14 


N13 [171 


H 


• Clemson 


W 16-0 


N20 [131 


[-1 


Georqe Washinqton 


W 48-6 


N25 [101 


l-l 


Missouri 


W 74-13 






7954 co-captains Dick Bielski (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 Ail- 
American and national college lineman of the year. 



RANKED 3 rd 







10 j 71 i 21 j ?6 , 12 44 43 33 S2 30 50 30 5? 33 83 1 8J .45 77 .70 , 



;ffc-t:fl<rig?L..r,^w.JV/l 



ACC STANDINGS 






tjp _. sfflMH 



"ZjuimLiT 



Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


4-0-0 


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 


Virqinia 


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, 0-1) -ACC: 4-0-0, Co-Champions 


4-0) 


Head Coach Jim Tatum 


S17 [81 


H 


at Missouri 


W 13-12 


S24 [51 


[11 


UCLA 


W 7-0 


01 [11 


[20] 


at Baylor 


W 20-6 


08 [11 


H 


• Wake Forest 


W 28-7 


015 [21 


1 1 


• at North Carolina 


W 25-7 


022 [21 


H 


al Syrai use 


W 34-13 


029 [11 


H 


• South Carolina * 


W 27-0 


N5 [11 


[-1 


Louisiana Stale 


W 13-0 


N12 [21 


[-1 


• at Clemson 


W 25-12 


N19 [21 


l-l 


Georqe Washington 


W 19-0 


Oranqe Bowl 


J2 [31 


[11 


Oklahoma ' 


L 6-20 


' at Miami, Fla 


(Oranqe Bowl) 








Sob Pellegrini accepts his national 
college lineman of the year award. 



152 • POSTSEASON HISTORY 



1973 



Jirry Claiborne's second season as Maryland coach lifted the Terps to a 
Si mark in the ACC, and their first national ranking in 12 seasons. The 
j.rps were 5-3 after a 42-22 loss to No. 6 Penn State, but three decisive 
'■ns over Virginia, Clemson and Tulane earned Maryland a bid to its first 

!")wl game since the 1956 Orange Bowl Maryland dominated Georgia in 
e Peach Bowl, outgammg the Bulldogs 461 to 284 on offense and dnving 
(side the Georgia 20-yard line seven times Four turnovers proved costly, 
,)wever. and after a 10-10 tie at intermission, all Maryland could muster 
,ere a pair of fourth-quarter field goals by Steve Mike-Mayer. Defensive 
ickle Randy White earned the first of his two All-Amenca awards. 



RANKED 20 th 




CC STANDINGS 

ACC 
am W-L-T Pts. Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


; State 


6-0-0 


197 93 


9-3-0 


396 


251 


jryland 


5-1-0 


173 50 


8-4-0 


335 


141 


smson 


4-2-0 


147 129 


5-6-0 


231 


263 


•gmia 


3-3-0 


122 161 


4-7-0 


199 


300 


ike 


1-4-1 


58 99 


2-8-1 


132 


204 


irth Carolina 


1-5-0 


150 159 


4-7-1 


242 


266 


ake Forest 


0-5-1 


38 194 


1-9-1 


73 


326 


XC BOWL GAMES 

>ach Bowl: Georgia 17, Marylanc 


16 






berty Bowl: 


NC State 31. Kansas 18 









MARYLAND RESULTS (8-4. 

8-4-0 (4-2, 3-1J-1)' ACC 5-1-0. 2nd 


5-1) 


HeadCoaci J( 


"\ Claiborne 




S15 




West Virginia 


L 13-20 


S22 




■ at North Carolina 


W 23-3 


S29 




Villanova 


W 31-3 


06 




Syracuse 


W 3*0 


013 




• at NC State 


L 22-24 


O20 




■ il Wake Forest 


W 37-0 


027 




■ Duke ' 


W 30-10 


N3 [-1 


[61 


Penn State 


L 22-42 


MO 




• . rqinia ' 


W 33-0 


N17 




• at Clemson 


W 28-13 


N24 [181 


[171 


Tulare 


W 42-9 


Peach Bowl 


D28 [181 


[-1 


Georgia ■' 


L 16-17 


' at Norfolk, Va 


• at Atlanta, Ga (Fulton County Stadium) 















All-Americans Randy White (94) and Paul 
Vellano (72) bring down Penn State's 
Heisman Trophy winner John Cappelletti 
on Nov. 3. 




1974 

ACC CHAMPIONS 

an/land won its first conference championship in 18 years, sweeping 
ist all six of its league opponents. It marked the 10th time in conference 
story that a team had gone unbeaten in league play. The Terps extended 
eirwin streak against ACC foes to 10. Maryland took a top-10 ranking into 
e Liberty Bowl before falling to Tennessee, 7-3. and ending the season 
Ith in the final AP poll. Maryland's Randy White was a consensus All- 
nerican and won both the Outland and Lombardi trophies 



RANKED 1 3 th 



ICC STANDINGS 

ACC 

•am W-L-T Pts. 


Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


aryland 


6-0-0 


198 


35 


8-4-C 


316 


104 


lemson 


4-2-0 


130 


135 


7-4-0 


246 


250 


orth Carolina 


4-2-0 


146 


115 


7-5-0 


364 


: 7 9 


: S!a:e 


4-2-0 


145 


120 


9-2-1 


317 


241 


uke 


2-4-0 


110 


136 


6-5-0 


201 


208 


rqinia 


1-5-0 


61 


111 


4-7-0 


207 


239 


fcke Forest 


0-6-0 


31 


169 


1-10-0 


74 


348 


ICC BOWL GAP 

berty Bowl: Ter 


flES 

nessee 7, Maryland 3 
State 31. Houston 31 






uebonnet Bowl: 


NC 




jnBowl 


Mississippi 


State 26, North Carolina 24 








MARYLAND RESULTS (8-4, 

8-4-0 (5-1.2-1. 1-2) -ACC: 6-0-0. Champions 


6-0) 




Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 


S14 [141 


[31 


Alabama 




L 


16-21 


S21 [14] 


H 


Florida ' 




L 


10-17 


S28 




• North Carolina 




A 


24-12 


05 




at Syracuse 




.', 


31-0 


012 




• Clemson 




v\ 


41-0 


019 [181 


H 


• Wake Forest * 




w 


47-0 


026 [151 


[171 


• NC State 




.'. 


20-10 


N2 [151 


fioi 


at Penn State 




L 


17-24 


N9 1141 


H 


Vla-o.a 




.'. 


41-0 


N16 [131 


H 


•Duke 2 




.'. 


56-13 


N23 [111 


H 


• at Virginia 




.', 


1M 


Liberty Bowl 


D16 [101 


[201 


Tennessee ' 




L 


3-7 


' at Tampa. Fla 


(Tampa Stadium); -' at Norfolk. Va (Foreman FieWj: 






5 at Memphis, Tenn. (Liberty Bowl Memonal Stadium) 






Jerry Claiborne (left) collects the Terps' 
1974 ACC title trophy. 



POSTSEASON HISTORY 



1975 

ACC CHAMPIONS 

Maryland captured its second consecutive ACC gridiron title by posting 
a perfect 5-0 league mark and extending its win streak over conference 
opponents to 15, tying a league record. For the third straight year, the Terps 
took part in postseason competition, defeating Florida, 13-0, in the Gator 
Bowl. Maryland, which led the league in total offense with 375.2 yards per 
game, set an ACC single-game total offense mark with 802 yards in a 62-24 
victory over Virginia, Nov. 22. Maryland's John Schultz was the nation's top 
kickoff returner with a 31 .0 average. 



ACC STANDINGS 





Team 


ACC 
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 


2-7-1 


207 


272 


Virqinia 


0-5-0 


98 226 


1-10-0 


175 


428 




ACC BOWL GAMES 

Gator Bowl: Maryland 13, Florida 




Peach Bowl: 


West Virginia 13, NC State 10 











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 


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 


011 




• NC State 


W 37-22 


018 [191 


H 


• al Wake Forest 


W 27-0 


N1 [141 


[91 


Penn State 


L 13-15 


N8 [161 


[-1 


at Cincinnati 


W 21-19 


N15 




■ at Clemson 


W 22-20 


N22 [201 


H 


• Virginia 


W 62-24 


Gator Bowl 


D29 [171 


[13[ 


Florida ' 


W 13-0 


' at Jacksonville, Fla [Gator Bowl) 





LeRoy Hughes stacks up the NC State 
QB with Randy White closing in on Oct. 
11. 



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1976 



ACC CHAMPIONS 

The powerful Terrapins swept through the regular season undefeated and 
became only the second team in ACC history to win three consecutive 
league titles outright. Coach Jerry Claiborne's club ran its conference 
victory string to a record 20 straight. The Terps appeared in a bowl for the 
fourth straight year, losing to Southwest Conference champion Houston, 
30-21, in the Cotton Bowl. Maryland tackle Joe Campbell was a consensus 
All-American Maryland's No. 8 ranking in the final AP poll was the first Top 
10 finish by an ACC team since 1960. 



RANKED 8 th 




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 


Virqinia 


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 [121 


[-1 


Richmond 


W 31-7 


S18 [101 


H 


at West Virqinia 


W 24-3 


S25 [81 


[-1 


at Syracuse 


W 42-28 


02 171 


1-1 


Villanova 


W 20-9 


09 [7] 


[-1 


• at NC State 


W 16-6 


016 [51 


H 


• WakeForesi 


W 17-15 


023 [61 


H 


• at Duke 


W 30-3 


O30 [51 


11 


Kentucky 


W 24-14 


N6 [61 


H 


Cincinnati 


W 21-0 


N13 [61 


H 


• Clemson K 


W 20-0 


N20 [61 


[1 


•at Virginia 


W 284) 


Cotton Bowl 








J1 [41 


[6J 


Houston 


L 21-30 


' at Dallas, Texa 


s (Cotton Bowl) 












Mark Manges was featured on the cover 
of Sports Illustrated on Oct. 4. 



154 • POSTSEASON HISTORY 



-^r 



^ ^JCV 'II 1 

1978 

he Terps fired out of the gates 8-0 including a 31-7 homecoming win 

/er No 20 NC State. Maryland steadily rose in the polls, and after a 27- 

shulout of Duke, was No, 5 heading into a showdown at No. 2 Penn 

tate. The Nittany Lions won a 27-3 decision in front of 78,019 which 

rapped Maryland to No. 13 in the polls. But after a 17-7 win at Virginia, 

» Terps were paired with Clemson for an ACC first-place showdown. No 

1 Maryland and No. 12 Clemson entered the regular-season finale both 

led at 5-0. Clemson emerged from the Byrd Stadium shootout a 28-24 

iictor The loss sent Maryland into a Sun Bowl matchup with Texas, where 

I suffered its worst bowl loss ever, 42-0. 




RANKED 20 th 




pii 1 



-^ "* « « r . ; " » pi 

r\ Or #% « f r\ 

■ r , r\ r 



Si 




ICC STANDINGS 

ACC 
Veam W-L-T Pts. Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts, 


Opp. 


)lemson 


6-0-0 183 71 


11-1-0 


368 


131 


laryland 


5-1-0 159 62 


9-3-0 


261 


167 


IC State 


4-2-0 133 112 


9-3-0 


260 


108 


lorth Carolina 


3-3-0 124 132 


5-6-0 


199 


216 


Juke 


24-0 56 108 


4-7-0 


108 


247 


Vake Forest 


1-5-0 59 161 


1-10-0 


104 


274 


/irgima 


0-6-0 75 143 


2-9-0 


139 


236 


ACC BOWL GAMES 

iun Bowl: Texas 42, Maryland 


angerine Bowl: 


NC State 30, Pittsburgh 17 






jator Bowl: 


Clemson 17, Ohio State 15 







MARYLAND RESULTS (9-3, 

9-3-0(4-1, 5-1, 0-1)- ACC:5-1-0,2nd 


5-1) 




Head Coach 


Jerry Claiborne 






S9 




Tulane 


w 


31-7 


516 [20] 


[-] 


at Louisville 


w 


24-17 


S23 [18] 


[-1 


•at North Carolina 


w 


21 20 


S30 [15] 


[ 1 


Kentucky 


w 


.'(1 i 


07 [12] 


[20| 


• NC State 


w 


il / 


014 [10] 


l-l 


at Syracuse 


w 


24-9 


021 [6] 


[-1 


•Wake Forest 


w 


39-0 


028 [5] 


1 1 


• at Duke 


w 


27-0 


N4 [5] 


Ul 


at Penn State 


L 


3-27 


Nil [13] 


[-1 


■at Virginia 


W 


17-7 


NIK [11| 


[12] 


■ Clemson 


L 


24-28 


Sun Bowl 


D23 [13] 


[14] 


Texas 


L 


42 


at El Paso, Texas (Sui 


Bowl) 














Tim O'Hare threw 
homecoming win 



for a TD in the Terps' 
on Oct. 7. 



*-' 



1982 

lunior quarterback Boomer Esiason led the Terrapins and first-year head 
x»ch Bobby Ross to a seven-game midseason win streak which earned 
Maryland its first national ranking in two seasons. After early season losses 
i\ No 7 Penn State and No. 17 West Virginia, Maryland scored points at 
Mil while rolling through its ACC schedule The Terrapins' 3 1 -point average 
*as second only to its undefeated season of 1951 , and Ross was named 
lie national coach of the year by the Washington Touchdown Club, A 31- 
>4 win at No 10 North Carolina put Maryland back in the rankings, and 
another shootout with Clemson would determine the ACC champion. No. 
16 Maryland was invited to the inaugural Aloha Bowl in Honolulu where it 
surrendered a last-second touchdown to No. 9 Washington, losing 21-20. 



RANKED 20 th 



ACC STANDINGS 



Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Cie"-$: r 


6-04 


196 


95 


9-1-1 


289 


147 


Maryland 


5-1-0 


222 


121 


84-0 


373 


220 


North Carolina 


3-30 


146 


100 


84-0 


348 


149 


Duke 


3-3-0 


172 


179 


6-5-0 


307 


290 


NC State 


3-3-0 


111 


131 


6-5-0 


206 


255 


Ignia 


1-M 


92 


214 


2-9-C 


208 


320 


Wake Forest 


0-6-0 


91 


186 


3-8-0 


200 


286 


Georgia Tech 








6-54 


239 


286 


ACC BOWL GAMES 

Aloha Bowl : Washington 21 , Maryland 20 


Sun Bowl 


North Carolina 26. Texas 10 








MARYLAND RESULTS (8-4, 

8-4-0 (5-1 , 3-2, 0-1 )• ACC: 5-1 -0, 2nd 


5-1) 




Head Coach: Bobby Ross 


S11 H 
S18 [-1 


[71 


at Penn State 


L 


31-39 


[171 


at West Virqinia 


L 


18-19 


S25 




•NC State 


W 


230 


02 




at Syracuse 


W 


26-3 


09 




Indiana State 


W 


380 


016 




• Wake Forest 


W 


52-31 


023 




•Duke* 


W 


49-22 


O30 H 


[101 


• at North Carolina 


w 


31-24 


N7 [191 


H 


Miami 


w 


18-17 


N13 [181 


["1 


• Clemson 


L 


22-24 


N20 [191 


1-1 


•at Virginia 


W 


45-14 


Aloha Bowl 


D25 [161 


[91 


Washington ' 


L 


20-21 


' at Honolulu. Hawaii (Aloha Stadium) 






lnV/7//'e Joyner ran for a 15-yard TD in a 
win over Indiana State on Oct. 9. 



POSTSEASON HISTORY • 155 




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1983 



ACC CHAMPIONS 

Maryland claimed its first ACC title since 1976, finishing undefeated to top 
runner-up North Carolina (4-2). Maryland opened the season by winning 
six of its first seven contests, including ACC matchups vs. Virginia, Wake 
Forest, Duke and North Carolina. The Terps were ranked seventh in the 
nation prior to suffering a 35-23 setback at the hands of No. 3-ranked 
Auburn on Nov. 5. Maryland closed the regular season and wrapped up the 
ACC crown topping NC State on the road, 29-6. 



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ACC STANDINGS 

ACC 
Team W-L-T Pts. Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


6-0-0 


154 71 


8-4-0 


316 


253 


North Carolina 


4-2-0 


184 117 


8-4-0 


337 


216 


Georqia Tech 


3-2-0 


147 140 


3-8-0 


222 


313 


Duke 


3-3-0 


150 183 


3-8-0 


246 


350 


Virqmia 


3-3-0 


145 150 


6-5-0 


252 


280 


NC State 


1-5-0 


108 159 


3-8-0 


236 


246 


Wake Forest 


1-5-0 


150 218 


4-7-0 


257 


281 


Clemson* 






9-1-1 


338 


200 


• Not eliqible for championship by conference action 


ACC BOWL GAMES 

Florida Citrus Bowl: Tennessee 30, Maryland 23 


Peach Bowl: 


Florida State 28, North Carolina 3 





MARYI 

8-4-0(5-1,3-2 


LAN 

0-1) •/ 
Bobby F 


ID RESULTS (8-4, 

CC: 6-0-0, Champions 


6-0) 




Head Coach: 


OSS 






S10 [17] 


H 


at Vanderbilt 


w 


21-14 


S17 [17] 


[201 


West Vlrqinia 


L 


21-31 


S24 [-1 


[171 


Pittsburqh 


W 


13-7 


01 [191 


H 


• Virqinia 


W 


23-3 


08 [16] 


[-1 


Syracuse 


W 


34-13 


015 [161 


[-1 


• at Wake Forest 


w 


36-33 


022 [15] 


[-1 


•Duke HC 


w 


38-3 


029 [13] 


[31 


• North Carolina 


w 


28-26 


N5 (71 


[3] 


at Auburn 


L 


23-35 


N12 [11| 


[171 


• at Clemson " 


L 


27-52 


N19 [201 


[-1 


• at NC State 


W 


29-6 


Florida Citrus Bowl 


D17 [161 


H 


Tennessee ' 


L 


23-30 


1 at Orlando, Fla. (Florida Citrus Bowl) 



' Clemson ineligible tor ACC title, game counts as Maryland win i n ACC standings 




Frank Reich led the Terps 
win over Pittsburgh in his 
start on Sept. 24. 



to an upset 
first college 



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ACC CHAMPIONS 

Maryland pocketed the championship for the second year in a row and 
earned its fifth outright crown over the past 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 
Hurricanes, 42-40, setting a record for the greatest comeback in NCAA 
Division l-A football history. The Terps, taking part in their third straight bowl 
game, defeated Tennessee in the Sun Bowl, 28-27. 



RANKED 1 2 th 



ACC STANDINGS 

ACC 
Team 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 


84-0 


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 


Georqia 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 


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 










at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium], ■ at El Paso, Texas (Sun Bowl) 



Rick Badanjek was named ACC player of 
the week after leading the Terps to a win 
over NC State on Oct. 13. 



156 • POSTSEASON HISTORY 



f> ??*cv 







1985 



ACC CHAMPIONS 

(Maryland made it three championships in a row and six in 12 years by 
finishing unbeaten in ACC play. For the fourth straight year and 11th time in 
■13 seasons, the Terps took part in postseason play, knocking off Syracuse 
*,n the Cherry Bowl, 35-18. Maryland extended its ACC winning streak 
!;o 17 games with a 33-21 title-clinching victory over Virginia on the final 
ikend of the season. Offensive tackle J.D. Maarleveld was tabbed as a 
nsensus All-American 



RANKED 1 8 th 



ACC STANDINGS 



ACC 
Team W-L-T 


Pts. Opp, 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 6-0-0 


192 "J 


9-3-0 


326 


192 


■Seorqia Tech 5-1-0 


136 55 


9-2-1 


252 


'32 


bemson 4-3-0 


167 132 


6-6-0 


244 


222 


Wirgmia 4-3-0 


172 150 


6-5-0 


262 


217 


(North Carolina 3-4-0 


129 154 


5-6-0 


224 


223 


buke 2-5-0 


94 174 


4-7-0 


193 


252 


INC 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 

iCherryBowl: Maryland 35, Syracuse 18 


Independence Bowl: Minnesota 20. Clemson 13 


Ail-American Bowl: Georgia Tech 17, Michigan State 14 




MARYLAND RESULTS (9-3, 

9-3-0(4-1 3-1 2-1 -ACC 6-0-C Champion! 


6-0) 


Head Coach 


iobby Ross 




S7 m 


(191 


Penn State 


L 18-20 


S14 [171 


[-1 


Boston Colleqe ' 


W 31-13 


S21 [171 


1-1 


West Vlrqinia 


W 28-0 


S28 [171 


[121 


at Michigan 


L 0-20 


05 




• at NC State 


W 31-17 


019 




• at Wake Forest 


W 26-3 


026 




•Duke 


W 40-10 


N2 




■ North Carolina 


W 28-10 


N9 [-1 


[81 


Miami ' 


L 22-29 


N16 




•at Clemson 


W 34-31 


N29 




• Virginia 


W 33-21 


Cherry Bowl 


02' 




Syracuse ' 


W 35-18 


1 at Foxboro, Mass (Sullivan Stadium), • at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium): 


' at Pontiac, Mich (Pontiac Silverdome) 



Dan Plocki kicked a game-winning field 
goal with three seconds left to lift the 
Terps past Clemson on Nov. 16. 




2001 

ACC CHAMPIONS 

Under first-year head coach Ralph Fnedgen, the consensus national 
Coach of the Year, the Terps claimed their first ACC title since 1985, 
Maryland became the first team other than Florida State to win the ACC 
title outnght since the Seminoles joined the league in 1992. Maryland was 
selected to the Bowl Championship Senes for the first time, meeting Florida 
in the FedEx Orange Bowl at Pro Player Stadium in Miami. E.J. Henderson 
|was ACC Player of the Year and a consensus All-Amencan. 



ACC STANDINGS 



Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


7-1-0 


271 173 


10-2-0 


413 


266 


Flonda State 


6-2-0 


304 194 


8-4-0 


403 


304 


North Carolina 


5-3-0 


237 145 


8-5-0 


337 


271 


Georqia Tech 


j-i-C 


246 215 


8-5-0 


405 


281 


NC Stale 


44-0 


212 185 


7-5-0 


319 


257 


Clemson 


4-4-0 


246 268 


7-5-0 


369 


339 




3-5-0 


213 247 


6-5-0 


292 


311 


Virqima 


3-5-0 


178 244 


5-7-0 


249 


331 


Duke 


0-8-0 


164 390 


0-11-0 


212 


491 


ACC BOWI 

FedEx Orange Bow 
Toyota Gator Bowl: 
Chick-fil-A Peach B 
Humanitarian Bowl 
Seattle Bowl: 


L GAMES 

Florida 56, Maryland 23 






Florida State 30, Vi 


■qiniaTech 17 






owl: North Carolina 16, Auburn 10 






Clemson 49, Louisiana Tec 24 






Georqia Tech 24, Stanford 14 






Tangerine Bowl: 


Pittsburgh 34. NC State 19 









MARYLAND RESULTS (10-2, 

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


7-1) 




Head Coach: Ralph Friedqen 


S1 • North Carolina 


W 23-7 


^i <* 


5- Eastern Michiqan 


W 50-3 


B 


S22 -at Wake Forest 


W 27-20 


P _& HB^Ba 


S29 WestVirqinia 


W 32-20 




06 [251 [-1 • Virqinia 


W 41-21 


011 [221 [151 -at Georqia Tech 


W ot 20-17 


O20 [121 M -Duke* 


W 59-17 


027 [101 [181 • at Flonda State 


L 31-52 


N3 [151 [-1 Troy State 


W 47-14 


f— vsH9l 


N10 [131 H •Clemson 


W 37-20 


Bs BttBl 


N17 [101 [-1 • at NC State 


W 23-19 


Ralph Friedgen is interviewed by ESPN 


FedEx Oranqe Bowl 


J2 [61 [51 Florida' 


L 23-56 


after Maryland captured the 2001 ACC 


' at Miami, Fla (Pro Player Stadium) 


crown with a win over Clemson on 




Nov. 10. 



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POSTSEASON HISTO 



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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 1 3th 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 E.J. Henderson, the first two-time 
consensus All-American in Maryland 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 

ACC 



Overall 



Team 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Florida 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 


Georqia Tech 


4-4-0 


148 


150 


7-6-0 


280 


267 


Clemson 


4-4-0 


197 


223 


7-6-0 


330 


349 


Wake Forest 


3-5-0 


196 


198 


7-6-0 


356 


327 


North Carolina 


1-7-0 


113 


285 


3-9-0 


223 


421 


Duke 


0-8-0 


137 


254 


2-10-0 


227 


353 


ACC BOWL GAMES 

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl: Maryland 30, Tennessee 3 
Nokia Suqar Bowl: Georqia 26, Florida State 13 


Mazda Tangerine Bowl: 


Texas Tech 55, Clemson 13 






Toyota Gator Bowl 




NC State 28, Notre Dame 6 






Continental Tire Bowl: 


Virqinia 48, West Virqinia 22 






Silicon Valley Classic: 


Fresno State 30, Georqia Tech 21 




Seattle Bowl: 




Wake Forest 38, Oreqon 17 








MARYLAND RESULTS (11-3, 

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


6-2) 


A25 1211 


H 


vs. Notre Dame 1 




L 0-22 


S7 




Akron 




W 44-14 


S14 M 


[51 


•Florida Slate 




L 10-37 


S21 




E. Michiqan 




W 45-3 


S28 




Wofford 




W 37-8 


05 




at West Virqinia 




W 48-17 


017 




• Georqia Tech 




W 34-10 


026 




• at Duke 




W 45-12 


N2 




• at North Carolina 




W 59-7 


N9 [251 


[141 


• NC State 




W 24-21 


N16 [191 


H 


• at Clemson 




W 30-12 


N23 [181 


H 


•at Virqinia 




L 13-48 


N30 [25] 


H 


• Wake Forest 




W 32-14 


Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl 


D31 [181 


1-1 


vs. Tennessee 2 




W 30-3 


' at East Rutherford, N.J. (Giants Stadium): - 


at Atlanta, Ga. (Georqia Dome) 



QB Scott McBrien leaps into the end ion 
for the game-winning touchdown agaim 
NC State on Nov. 9. 



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2003 

After starling 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 rival West Virginia, a team 
they had beaten once already earlier in the season. Scott McBrien was 
named the game's MVP after posting a career performance (21-33, 381 
yards, 3 TDs, int, 2 rush TD) against his former school. Ralph Fnedgens 
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 th 



ACC STANDINGS 



ACC 
Team W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T Pts. 


Opp. 


Florida State 7-1-0 


269 


138 


10-3-0 419 


219 


Maryland 6-2-0 


220 


159 


10-3-0 406 


206 


Clemson 5-3-0 


212 


168 


9-4-0 367 


250 


NC State 4-4-0 


256 


250 


8-5-0 489 


385 


Virginia 4-4-0 


187 


164 


8-5-0 364 


265 


Georqia Tech 4-4-0 


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 Virqinia 7 


FedEx Orange Bowl: 




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 1-0) -ACC 6-2-0 2nd 


Head Coach: Ralph Fnedgen 


A28 [151 1-1 at Northern Illinois 


L 


13-20 ot 


S6 [-] [11] • at Florida State 


L 


10-35 


S13 The Citadel 


W 


61-0 


S20 West Virqinia 


W 


34-7 


S27 at Eastern Michiqan 


W 


37-13 


04 • Clemson 


W 


21-7 


011 • Duke 


W 


33-20 


023 -at Georqia Tech 


L 


3-7 


N1 ■ North Carolina H 


W 


59-21 


N13 -Virqinia 


W 


27-17 


N22 • .it NC State 


w 


26-24 


N29 • at Wake Forest 


w 


41-28 


Toyota Gator Bowl 


J1 [231 |20l vs. West Virqinia' 


W 


41-7 


Final AP Poll #17 


1 at Jacksonville, Fla (ALLTEL Stadium) 






Nick Novak celebrates his game-winnii 
kick to beat NC State on Nov. 22. 



158 • POSTSEASON HISTORY 



27 SPOf 




164 - TERPS IN THE HALL OF FAME 



168 - COACHES AWARDS 



168 - LeFRAK SCHOLARSHIP 






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ALL-AMERICANS 



Consensus 
First-Team 
Selections 

1951 Bob Ward 


G 


1952 


Dick Modzelewski 
Jack Scarbath 


T 
QB 


1953 


Stan Jones 


T 


1955 


Bob Pelleqrini 


C 


1961 


Gary Collins 


E 


1974 


Randy White 


DT 


1976 
1979 


Joe Campbell 


DT 


Dale Castro 


PK 


1985 


J.D. Maarleveld 


OT 


2001 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


2002 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 




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 Pelleqrini 


C 


1973 


Randy White 


DT 


1974 


Randy White 


DT 


2001 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


2002 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


2005 


Vernon Davis 


TE 


Second Team 


1923 


Bill Supplee 


E 


1928 


Gerald Snyder 


FB 


1949 


Ray Krouse 


T 


1951 


Dick Modzelewski 


T 




Ed Modzelewski 


FB 


1953 


Bernie Faloney 


QB 


1954 


Bill Walker 


E 


1961 


Gary Collins 


E 


1976 


Joe Campbell 


DT 


1984 


Eric Wilson 


LB 


2005 


D'Qwell Jackson 


LB 


Walter Camp 

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 


1979 


Dale Castro 


PK 


2001 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


2002 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


UPI 

First Team 


1951 


Bob Ward 


G 


1952 


Jack Scarbath 


OR 




Dick Modzelewski 


T 


1953 


Stan Jones 


T 


1955 


Bob Pellegrini 


C 


1961 


Gary Collins 


E 



FIRST-TEAM SELECTIONS 



Cij 


■- 
tsano 

mil 


-^2 




Bob Ward 



Dick Modzelewski Jack Scarbath Stan Jones 



International News 
Service 

First Team 



1974 


Randy White 


DT 


1979 


Dale Castro 


PK 


1985 


J.D. Maarleveld 


OT 


Second Team 


1950 


Bob Ward 


G 


1951 


Ed Modzelewski 


FR 


1953 


Bemie Faloney 


QB 


1955 


Mike Sandusky 


T 




Bill Walker 


E 


1973 


Paul Vellano 


DG 


1976 


Joe Campbell 


DT 


American Football 
Coaches Assoc. 

First Team 


1961 


Gary Collins 


E 


1973 


Paul Vellano 


DG 


1974 


Randy White 


DT 


1976 


Joe Campbell 


DT 


1985 


J D Maarleveld 


OT 


2002 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


2005 


Vernon Davis 


TE 




D'Qwell Jackson 


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 Perry 


RB 




Brooks Barnard 


P 


Football Writers 
Association 

First Team 


1951 


Gary 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 




Bemie Faloney 


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 Faloney 


QB 


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 


QB 




Ron Sol: 


OG 


2002 


EJ Henderson 


LB 




Steve Suter 


SP 


2003 


Randy Starks 


DT 


2004 


Domonique Foxworth 


CB 




Shawne Merriman 


DE 


2005 


D'Qwell Jackson 


LB 


Third Team 


1999 


LaMont Jordan 


RB 




Lewis Sanders 


DB 


2002 


Matt Crawford 


OT 




Madieu Williams 


FS 





Y 9, 


* * 


i 



Bob Pellegrini Gary Collins 








Randy White Joe Campbell 




Dale Castro J.D. Maarleveld 




E.J. Henderson 



160* ALL-TIME HONORS 




OUTSTANDING AWARD WINNERS 



Valter Camp 
Memorial Trophy 

' layer of the Year) 
'•55 Bob Pellegrini 



UPI Lineman off the 
Year 

1955 Bob Pellegrini C 

1974 Randy White DT 



ieisman Trophy 

flutstanding Player) 
I52 Jack Scarbath QB 

(runner-up) 

Shuck Bednarik 
Iward 

Jutstanding Def. Player of the Year) 
302 E.J. Henderson LB 

Jutland Trophy 

ineman of the Year) 

)52 Dick Modzelewski T 

m Randy White 



Butkus Award 

(Outstanding Linebacker of the Year) 
2002 E.J. Henderson LB 

National Coach off 
the Year 

(The Sporting News) 

1953 JimTatum 

1974 Jerry Claiborne 

2001 Ralph Fnedgen 



(Bobby Dodd) 

2001 Ralph Fnedgen 

(Eddie Robinson/FWAA) 
2001 Ralph Fnedgen 

(Football News) 
2001 Ralph Friedgen 



Postseason MVP 
Honors 



(Walter Camp Foundation) 
2001 Ralph Friedgen 



(CNN/SI) 

2001 Ralph Friedgen 



(Washington Touchdown Club) 
1982 Bobby Ross 



DT (Associated Press) 



ombardi Trophy 



2001 Ralph Fnedge n 



ineman of the Year) 
174 Randy White 



DT 



(ESPN/Home Depot) 

2001 Ralph Friedgen 




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2001 National 
Coach of the 
Year Ralph 
Friedgen 



1971 Guy Roberts 


E 


1986 Chuck Faucette 


LB 


1998 EncOgbogu 


DE 


(Coaches All-America Game) 


1974 Louis Carter 


TB 


(Liberty Bowl) 


1974 Randy White 


DT 


(Gator Bowl) 




1975 Steve Atkins 


RB 


2004 Scott McBnen 


2004 


(Sun Bowl) 


1984 Rick Badanjek 


PB 


(Cherry Bowl) 


1985 StanGelbauqh 


OB 


Scott Schankweiler 


LB 


(Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl) 


2002 E.J. Henderson (Def. MVP) 


LB 


Scott McBnen (Off MVPi 


OB 







^ 



uy Roberts 



Chuck Faucette 



Eric Ogbogu 



Louis Carter 



Steve Atkins 



Rick Badanjek 



Stan Gelbaugh 



Scott Schankweiler 



HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICANS 



131 


Jess Krajcovic 


G 




Ray Poppelman 


QB 


m 


Ed M nion 


T 




Norwood Sothoron 


FB 




Vic Willis 


E 


935 


Bill Guckeyson, 


HB 




Vic Willis 


E 


436 


Bill Guckeyson 


HB 


07 


Jim Meade 


HB 


440 


Ralph Albarano 


T 




Bob Smith 


C 


342 


Paul Flick 


C 




Tommy Mont 


QB 


347 


Lu Gambino 


HB 




Gene Kinney 


C 


348 


Ray Krouse 


T 




Elmer Wmqate 


E 


950 

351 


Ed Modzelewski 


FB 


Dave Cianelli 


FB 




Tom Cosqrove 


C 




Joe Petruzzo 


HB 




Jack Scarbath 


QB 



152 



Stan Jones 



S3 Ralph Felton 



Chet Hanulak 



John Irvine 



Bob Morgan 



Bill Walker 



354 Dick Bielski 



.a;- 3:\ , .= r s:> 



John Irvine 



T 

FB 

HB 

C 

T 

E 

FB 

G 

C 





George Palahunik 


G 




Bob Pellegnni 


G 




Ronnie Waller 


HB 




Bill Walker 


E 


1955 


Jac> Davis 


G 




Ed Heurinq 


T 




Mike Sandusky 


T 




Frank Tamburello 


QB 


1956 


Gene Alderton 


C 




Jack Davis 


G 




Mike Sandusky 


T 


1957 


Gene Alderton 


C 




Rod Breedlove 


G 




Ed Cooke 


E 


1958 


Rod Breedlove 


G 




Fred Cole 


T 




Ben Scotti 


E 


1959 


Rod Breedlove 


G 




Gary Collins 


E 




Tom Gunderman 


G 




Jim Joyce 


FB 




Kurt Schwarz 


T 


1960 


Dale Betty 


QB 




Gary Collins 


E 


1961 


Bob Hacker 


C 


1962 


Tom Brown 


HB 




Walter Rock 


G 




Dick Shiner 


QB 




Roqer Shoals 


T 


1965 


Bob Sullivan 


DB 


1969 


Ralph Sonntaq 


OT 



1970 


Guv Roberts 


DE 


1972 


Bob Smith 


DB 




Paul Vellano 


DG 


1973 


Louis Carter 


TB 




Bob Smith 


DB 




Randy White 


DT 


1974 


Louis Carter 


*B 




Steve Mike-Mayer 


PK 




Stan Roqers 


OT 




Bob Smith 


DB 




Harry Walters 


LB 




Walter White 


TE 


1975 


Kevin Benson 


LB 




Jim Brechbiel 


DB 




Paul Divtto 


DG 




LeRoy Huqhes 


DE 


1976 


Brad Carr 


LB 




Ed Fulton 


OG 




Mark Manqes 


QB 




Ken Roy 


DB 




Tom Schick 


OT 




Larry Seder 


DG 


1977 


Ted Klaube 


DG 


1978 


Steve Atkins 


TB 




Uoyd Burruss 


DB 




Charles Johnson 


DT 




Bruce Palmer 


DG 


1979 


Larry Stewart 


OT 




Charlie Wysocki 


TB 


1980 


Uoyd Burruss 


DB 




Martin Van Horn 


DG 





Charlie Wysocki 


TB 


1982 


Jess Atkinson 


PK 




Mark Duda 


OT 




Boomer Esiason 


QB 




Dave Pacella 


OT 




John Tice 


TE 


1983 


Jess Atkinson 


PK 




Clarence Baldwin 


DB 




Boomer Esiason 


QB 




Pete Koch 


DT 




Ron Solt 


OG 




Enc Wilson 


LB 


1984 


Rick Badanjek 


RB 




Al Covinqton 


DB 




Fen-ell Edmunds 


TE 




Chuck Faucette 


LB 




Kevin Glover 


C 




Greq Hill 


WR 




Len Lynch 


OG 




Bruce Mesner 


DG 


1985 


Rick Badanjek 


FB 




Al Covinqton 


DB 




Keeta Covinqton 


DB 




Ferrell Edmunds 


TE 




Chuck Faucette 


LB 




Len Lynch 


OG 




J.D. Maarteveld 


OT 




Bruce Mesner 


DG 


1986 


Chuck Faucette 


LB 




Bruce Mesner 


DG 




Keeta Covinqton 


DB 





Ferrell Edmunds 


TE 


1987 


Ferrell Edmunds 


TE 




Kevin Walker 


LB 


1988 


Matt D'Amico 


LB 




Ben Jefferson 


OT 




Dan Plocki 


PK 




Warren Powers 


DT 




Scott Savior 


LB 


1989 


Larry Webster 


DT 


1990 


Barry Johnson 


WR 


1992 


Marcus Badqett 


WR 


1993 


Scott Milanovich 


p 


1994 


Stephen Inqram 


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1995 


Jermaine Lewis 


WR 


1998 


Eric Barton 


-B 


1999 


Brian Kopka 


PK 


2000 


Brooks Barnard 


P 


2002 


Brooks Barnard 


P 




Nick Novak 


PK 




Steve Suter 


PR 


2004 


D'Qwell Jackson 


LB 




Shawne Merriman 


DE 



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ALL-TIME HONORS 




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ACC HONORS 



Special Honors 

PLAYER OF THE YEAR 

1953 Bernie Faloney B 


1955 


Bob Pelleqrini 


C 


1974 


Randy White 


DT 


2001 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


OFF. PLAYER OF THE YEAR 

2001 Bruce Perry RB 


DEF. PLAYER OF THE YEAR 

2001 E.J. Henderson LB 


2002 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


2005 


D'Qwell Jackson 


LB 


COACH OF THE YEAR 

1953,55 JimTatum 


1973,75,76 


Jerry Claiborne 




1982 


Bobby Ross 




2001 


Ralph Fnedgen 




JACOBS BLOCKING AWARD 

1955 Bob Pelleqrini C 


1969 


Ralph Sonntaq 


OT 


1982 


Dave Pacella 


OT 


BRIAN PICCOLO AWARD 

1972 Al Neville QB 


1974 


David Visaqqio 


DG 


1984 


J.D. Maarleveld 


OT 


1989 


Mike Anderson 


RB 


2001 


Matt Crawford 


OT 


JIM TATUM AWARD 

1997 Jonathan Claiborne 


S 


2004 


Nick Novak 


PK 






D'Qwell Jackson Matt Crawford 



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Bernie Faloney Bob Pellegrini Randy White E.J.Henderson 

ALL-ACC SELECTIONS 

First Team 



Vernon Davis 



Ralph Friedgen 



1953 


Jack Bowersox, G 


Bernie Faloney, B 


Chester Hanulak, B 


Stan Jones, T 


1954 


Dick Bielski, B 


Bill Walker, E 


Ronnie Waller, B 


1955 


Jack Davis, G 


Bob Pelleqrini, C 


Mike Sandusky, T 


Ed Vereb, B 


1956 


Jack Davis, G 


Mike Sandusky, T 


1957 


Rod Breedlove, G 


Ed Cooke, E 


1960 


Gary Collins, E 


1961 


Gary Collins, E 


Bob Hacker, C 


1962 


Tom Brown, B 


Walter Rock, G 


Dick Shiner, QB 


1963 


Dick Shiner, QB 


1964 


Jerry Fishman, G 


1965 


Bob Sullivan, B 


1966 


Dick Absher, E 


1969 


Ralph Sonntaq, OT 


1970 


Guy Roberts, E 


1971 


Dan Bunqori, E 


1972 


Bob Smith, S 


Paul Vellano, DG 


1973 


Louis Carter, TB 


Bob Smith, S 


Paul Vellano, DG 


Randy White, DT 


1974 


Louis Carter, TB 


Steve Mike-Mayer, PK 


Stan Rogers, OT 


Bob Smith, S 


Harry Walters, LB 


Randy White, DT 


1975 


Kevin Benson. LB 


Jim Brechbiel, DB 


Joe Campbell, DT 


Roy Hughes, DE 


1976 


Joe Campbell, DT 


Brian Carr, LB 




Ed Fulton, OG 




Mark Manqes, QB 




Ken Roy, DB 


Tom Schick, OT 


Larry Seder, DG 


1977 


Ted Klaube, DG 


1978 


Lloyd Burruss, DB 


Charles Johnson, DT 


Bruce Palmer, DG 


1979 


Larry Stewart, OT 





Charlie Wysocki, TB 


1980 


Lloyd Burruss, DB 


Marlin Van Horn, DG 


Charlie WysockjJB 


1982 


Jess Atkinson, PK 


Mark Duda, DT 


Dave Pacella, OT 


1983 


Clarence Baldwin, DB 


Pete Koch, DT 


Ron Solt, OG 


Eric Wilson, LB 


1984 


Al Covinqton, S 


Kevin Glover, C 


Greq Hill, WR 


Bruce Mesner, DG 


Eric Wilson, LB 


1985 


Al Covinqton, S 


Keeta Covinqton, CB 


Chuck Faucette, LB 


Bruce Mesner, DG 


1986 


Keeta Covinqton, 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 Badqett, WR 


1993 


Scott Milanovich, P 


1994 


Stephen Ingram, OT 


1995 


Jermaine Lewis, WR 


1998 


Eric Barton, LB 


1999 


Delbert Cowsette, NT 


LaMont Jordan, RB 


Lewis Sanders, DB 


2001 


Brooks Barnard, P 


Melvin Fowler, C 


E.J. Henderson, LB 


Tony Jackson, S 


Tony Okanlawon, CB 


Bruce Perry, TB 


Todd Wike, OG 


2002 


Brooks Barnard, P 


Matt Crawford, OT 


Chris Downs, TB 


Domonique Foxworth, CB 


E.J. Henderson, LB 


Nick Novak, PK 


Steve Suter, SP 


Todd Wike, C 


2003 


C.J. Brooks, OG 


Nick Novak, PK 


Randy Slarks, DT 


Steve Suter, SP 


2004 


C.J. Brooks, OG 


D'Qwell Jackson, LB 


Shawne Mernman, DE 



2005 


Vernon Davis, TE 


D'Qwell Jackson, LB 


Second Team 

1953 Ralph Felton, B 


Bob Morqan, T 


Bill Walker, E 


1954 


John Irvine, C 


Bob Pelleqrini, G 


1955 


Russell Dennis, E 


Frank Tamburello, B 


Bill Walker, E 


1957 


Gene Alderton, C 


1961 


Roqer 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 Oqbogu, LB 


Andreal Johnson, DB 


1998 


LaMont Jordan, RB 


1999 


Brad Messina, OT 


John Waeriq, TE 


Jamie Wu, OG 


2000 


Kris 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 




D'Qwell Jackson, LB 




Adam Podlesh, P 


Madieu Williams, S 


2004 


Chris Kelley, DB 


Adam Podlesh, P 


2005 


Lance Ball, RB 


Adam Podlesh, P 


Third Team 

1993 Stephen Ingram, OT 




Scott Milanovich, QB 



Note The second and third teams have not been selecte 
continuously 




ACC 50th Anniversary Team 




Boomer Esiason 
Stan Jones 



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1955 



Bob Pellegrini, C 
Mike Sandusky, T 
Ed Vereb, B 



CONFERENCE 



1956 

1957 
1958 
1960 
1961 
1962 



Bill Walker, E 
Jack Davis, G 
Mike Sandusky, T 
Ed Cooke, E 
BenScotti E 



Gary Collins, E 
Gary Collins, E 



Walter Rock, G 



1935 


Bill Guckeyson, B 


1936 


BillGuckeyson, B 


1937 


Jim Meade, B 


1947 


Lu Gambino, B 


1949 


Ray Krouse. T 


1950 


Elmer Wmgate, E 


1951 


Ed Modzelewski. B 


1952 


Stan Jones. T 



IP ALL-ACC SELECTIONS 



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Bemie Faloney, B 
Ralph Felton B 
ChetHanulak B 
Stan Jones, T 



Dick Bielski, B 
Jack Davis, G 
Bob Pellegrini, C 
MiteSandiJsky, T 
Frank Tamburello, B 
Ed Vereb, B 



GeneAlderton, C 



Jack D avis, G 
Mike Sandusky T 
Rod Breedlove, G 
Ed Cooke E 
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 


Guy Roberts, DE 


1971 


Dan Bunqori, E 


1972 


Bob Smith, DB 


Paul Vellano, DG 


1973 


Louis Carter, TB 


Bob Smith, DB 


Paul Vellano, DG 


Randy White, DT 




Dan Bungori 

ILL-ACC ACADEMIC SELECTIONS 



'54 John Irvine, C 

George Palahunik, G 
S5 John Healey, HB 

Stanley Polyanski, G 
66 Donald Healey, T 



Joe Muffler. DE 

Dean Richards, WB 



1979 Jan Carinci, WB 

Ralph Lary S 
Phil Livingston, OT 



Mike Sandusky T 

Tom Se'ep c 6 



Kyle Lorton, C 



Jim Shaffer, DE 



'60 Dwayne F'e:c h e' HB 
61 Bob Hacker. C 



1980 Ralph Lary, S 



Kyle Lorton, C 



Dick Novak OB 
Dav d Nardo G 
Chuck Tine. G 



Ralph Friedqen, OG 

Pat Burke OG 
Jerry Ertiard WB 
Steve Fromanq, C 

Le r 5a n :acroce C 
Scott Shank C B 



19 81 Mike Mueller, LB 
Brian Riendeau, OG 

1982 Joe Aulisi, DE 

1983 Greg Harraka, OT 



1984 Greg Harraka, OT 
Frank Reich, QB 



Richard Shure, FB 



172 Jerry Ertiard, E 

173 Kim Hoover, WR 

174 BobAvellim. QB 
Jim Brechbiel, DB 
Derick Harris, DT 
Rick Jennings, TB 
Tom Schick. OG 



1985 Dolph Tokarczyk, TE 

1986 Mark Agent, OT 
Richard Shure. FB 
John Soma, OT 

1987 Azizuddin Abdur-Raoof, WR 
Bob Arnold, DG 

Ken Oberle, OT 
Richard Shure, FB 



John Soma, OT 



1997 


Mike Hull, TE 


Eric Ogbogu, DE 


1998 


Jamie Wu, OG 


1999 


Kevin Bishop, LB 


Todd Wike. OG 


Jamie Wu, OG 


2000 


Guilian Gary, WR 




Charles Hill, DT 


Tony Jackson, SS 


Tonv Okanlawon, CB 


2001 


Brooks Barnard, P 




Melvin Fowler. C 


Shaun Hill, QB 


Rod Littles, S 


Todd Wike, OG 


2002 


Brooks Barnard, P 


Nick Novak, PK 


Steve Suter, PR 


Todd Wike C 


Madieu Williams, FS 


2003 


Jeff Dugan, TE 


C.J. Feldheim, DT 


Kyle Schmitt, C 


Nick Novak, PK 



Louis Carter 



Adam Podlesh, P 



Bob Smith 



Ed Vereb 



Steve Sut er, SP 
Dennard Wilson, S 



2004 



Domonique Fo xworth, CB 
Nick Novak, PK 
Adam Podlesh P 
Kyle Schmitt, C 



Steve Suter WR 

2005 Adam Podlesh P 

Josh Wilson, CB 





Ralph Lary. the first ACC football 

player to be a four-time AII-ACC 

Academic Team choice. 



Richard Shure was on the AII-ACC Academic 
Team in 1984. 1986 and 19S7. 



Phil Wagenheim P 
I75 Mike Cielensky, DB 



1988 
1989 



Ker Oberle OT 



Dean Green, WR 



Kim Hoover, WR 



1990 Rick Fleece, NG 



John Schultz, WB 

I76_. Jonathan Claiborne, S 



Barry Johnson, WR 



Glenn Page. LB 



Gene Ochap, C 

BobRaba.TE 
I77 Jonathan Claiborn e. S 

Ralph Lary, S 

Chris Ward, DB 

Kenny Watson, DT 
ITS John Baldante, DB 

Glenn Chamberlain, OG 

Scott Collins, OT 

Ralph Lary S 



Chad Wiestlmg HB 



1991 Lubo Zizakovic, DT 

1992 Marcus Badgett. 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 



Pm Livingston C' T 



National Academic Honors 



Academic All- 
Americans 

1953 Bemie Faloney, B 

1954 George Palahunik, G 



NCAA Postgraduate Scholar 

1978 Jonathan Claiborne, S 



1956 Mike Sandusky, T 
1975 Kim Hoover, WR 



1978 Joe Muffler, DE 




Bemie Faloney Mike Sandusky Joe Muffler 



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JERRY CLAIBORNE DICK MODZELEWSKI 




National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of 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 compiled a 179-122-8 record in the 
process. 

At Maryland, Claiborne was named The 
Sporting News National Coach of the Year in 
1974 after winning the Atlantic Coast Conference 
and finishing the season ranked No. 13 by the 
Associated Press. He was the District III Coach of 
the Year in 1973, 1975 and 1976. 

In all. Claiborne was the coach of the year 
in three different conferences — Southern ( 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 1 3 All-Amencans and 53 who earned all-conference status. 

STAN JONES 

Pro Football 
Hall off Fame (1991) 
National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame (2000) 

Stan Jones was the starting right tackle 
on the Terp defense that allowed only 31 points 
during 10 regular season games in 1953. With 
Jones leading the way. Maryland recorded six 
shutouts and allowed only one team, Georgia, 
to score more than six points. 

It all added uptoa 10-0 regular-season for the Terps. 
who captured the national championship despite an upset 
loss to Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl. 

Jones earned consensus AJI-Amenca honors in 1953 
and was chosen "Outstanding College Lineman of 1953" by 
the College Football Coaching Board. A fiflh-round draft choice 
of the Chicago Bears, Jones went on to have a lengthy pro 
career. He spent a majority of his career with the Bears ( 1 954- 
65) before finishing at Washington (1966). 

1 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. 





National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of 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 during the early 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-Amenca team. He was a 
second-round draft choice of the Washington 
Redskins. He spent 14 seasons in the NFL, with the Redskins, the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Ne* 
York Giants and Cleveland Browns. Modzelewski was an All-Pro and on NFL championship 
teams with both the Giants (1956) and the Browns (1964). 

Dick Modzelewski was inducted into the National Football Foundation College Hall oi 
Fame in 1993. 



BOB PELLEGRINI 

National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame (1996) 

Bob Pellegrini was recruited to Maryland 
as a quarterback, but made his name as one 
of college football's best linemen. In his first 
season, Pellegrini was a 6-2, 215-pound 
sophomore guard for the 1953 national 
champion Terrapins. He would play guard 
again in 1954 in an era when players went both 
ways, before 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 All-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 Nation 
Football League draft by the Philadelphia Eagles. Pellegnni became one of the building blod 
of an Eagle turnaround that took the team to the top of the football world. A losing team when I 
joined, the Eagles defeated Vince Lombardi's Green Bay Packers for the World Champions! 
four years later with Bob Pellegrini at linebacker, 

Pellegnni was inducted into the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame 
December 1996. 




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JACK SCARBATH 

Jational Football 
oundation College 
lall off Fame (1 983) 

Jack Scarbath is an integral part of 
aryland football history. In his first start, 
i All-America quarterback scored the first 
uchdown in the new Byrd Stadium, a 21-yard 
n in the first game of the 1950 season. 

Scarbath was the quarterback for head 
>ach Jim Tatum's new split T offense for three 
asons (1950-52). Scarbath led the Terps 
a 24-4-1 record, including a perfect 10-0 
ason and a 28-13 upset of national champion 
mnessee in the 1951 Sugar Bowl. Scarbath 
illed the signals during Maryland's 22-game 
ibeaten streak over the course of the 1950, 
1 and '52 seasons. 

During his stellar career. Scarbath rewrote 
t Terrapin record book, completing 125 of 260 
isses for 2,287 yards, an average of 18.3 yards 
I completion. In 1951. AP and UPI voters 
imed him honorable mention All-American. In 

152, he was honored with first team All-America citations from AP, UPI, International News 
irvice, Colliers, and Look. He finished runner-up to Oklahoma's Billy Vessels in the 1952 
jisman Trophy balloting. 

A first-round draft choice of the Washington Redskins, Scarbath went on to play with the 
sdskms and Pittsburgh Steelers. 

He was inducted into the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame in 1983. 

JIM TATUM 

iational Football 
oundation College 
lall of Fame (1984) 

In a brief time as a college football head 
ach - one season at North Carolina (1942. 
2-2), one at Oklahoma (1946. 8-3, Gator 
Ml victory over North Carolina State) and 
ne years at Maryland (1947-55. 73-15-4, 2-2- 
in bowl games) - Jim Tatum had become a 
lachmg legend. 

Tatum's Maryland teams from 1950-55 
see 51-8-2, with a perfect 10-0 record and 
jgar Bowl victory in 1951. The squad posted 
M) regular-season records in 1953 and 1955 
ifore both teams were upset by Oklahoma 
the Orange Bowl. Tatum's 1953 team was 
idared national champion, and Tatum was 
imed national Coach of the Year. 

Dunng his career at Maryland. Tatum 
d the Terps to 19 consecutive wins and an 
ibeaten streak of 22 games (21-0-1) during 

e 1950. 51 and '52 campaigns. In the 1952 Sugar Bowl, the Terrapins defeated top-ranked 
innessee 23-13. 

Tatum left Maryland following the 1955 season to return to his alma mater. North Carolina. 
e coached the Tar Heels for three more seasons. 

He was inducted into the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame in 1984. 




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, that 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. 
Dunng 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 Sportswnters 
Association in 1951. 

Bob Ward was inducted into the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame in 
1980. 



RANDY WHITE 

Pro Football 
Hall of Fame (1994) 
National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall off Fame (1994) 

Randy White changed the look of football's 
defensive lines. At Maryland, and later in an 
All-Pro National Football League career with 
the Dallas Cowboys, he was 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 Sportswnters 
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 Hall of Fame in 1994. 




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MEMORIAL 

AWARD 

MOST VALUABLE 
PLAYER 

1972 Ron Kecman, C 



1974 


Randy White, DT 


1975 


John Schultz, WB 


1976 


Tim Wilson, FB 


1977 


Ted Klaube, DG 


1978 


Neal Olkewicz, LB 


1979 


Bhan Matera, LB 


1980 


Lloyd Burruss, DB 


1981 


Greq Vanderhout, DG 


1982 


John Tice, TE 


1983 


Boomer Esiason, QB 


1984 


Eric Wilson, LB 


1985 


Stan Gelbauqh, QB 


1986 


Chuck Faucette, LB 


1987 


Kevin Walker, LB 


1988 


Dan Plocki, PK 


1989 


Neil O'Donnell, QB 


Scott Saylor, LB 


1 990 


Scott Zolak, QB 


1991 


Larry Webster, DT 


1992 


Marcus Badqett WR 


1993 


Jason Kremus, WR 


1994 


Steve Inqram, OT 


1995 


Jermaine Lewis, WR 


1997 


Brian Cumminqs, QB 


1998 


Eric Barton, LB 


1999 


LaMont Jordan, TB 


2000 


Shawn Forte, FS 


2001 


E.J. Henderson, LB 


2002 


E.J. Henderson, LB 


2003 


Scott McBrien, QB 


2004 


D'Qwell Jackson, LB 


2005 


D'Qwell Jackson, LB 



1972 


Ron Kecman, C 


1973 


Ken Scott, DT 


1974 


Frank Russell, WR 


1975 


Jim Richev, OT 


1976 


Bob Raba, TE 


1977 


Don Rhodes, C 


1978 


Mike Simon, C 


1979 


Richard Cummins, OG 


1980 


Scott Fanz. OT 


1981 


Todd Wnqht, C 


1982 


Frank Kolencik, DG 


John Nash, RB 


Doug Miller, C 


1983 


Tyrone Furman, DG 


1984 


Bill Roqers, TE 


1985 


Georqe Colton, OG 


1986 


Sean Sullivan, WR 


1987 


Robert Klein, DG 


Sean Scott, LB 


1988 


Matt D'Amico, LB 


Dan Plocki, PK 


1989 


Dean Green, WR 


1990 


Douq Stump, RB 


1991 


Greq Hines, LB 


1992 


Dan Prunzik, WR 


1993 


Russ Weaver, WR 


1994 


David Hack, OG 


1997 


Eric Hicks, DE 


1998 


John Waenq, TE 


1999 


Matt Kalapinski, FB 


2000 


Melvin Fowler, C 


2001 


Rod Littles, S 


2002 


James Lynch, FB 


Durrand Roundtree, DE 


2003 


Bernie Fiddler, FB 


Dennard Wilson, S 


2004 


Jon Condo, LS 


Rich Parson, WR 


Henry Scott, DT 


2005 


Ryan McDonald, C 


William Kershaw, LB 



1955 


Mike Sandusky, T 


1956 


Al Wharton, T 


1957 


Don Healy, T 


1958 


Fred Cole, T 


1959 


Tom Gunderman, G 


1960 


Gary Collins, E 


1961 


Bill Kirchiro, T 


1962 


Dave Crossan, T 


1963 


Olaf Drozdov, DT 


1964 


Fred Joyce, G 


1965 


Dick Absher, E 


1966 


Dick Absher, E 


1967 


Jim Lavrusky, LB 


1968 


Ron Pearson, E 


1969 


Peter Mattia, DT 



1961 Gary Collins, E 



1962 Tom Brown, HB 



1963 Bob Burton, HB 



1964 Olaf Drozdov DT 



1965 Georqe Stem, B 



1966 Dick Absher, E 



1967 LouStickeLB 



1968 Billy Lovett, FB 



1969 KenDutton.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 



ALVINL.AUBINOE 
TROPHY 

UNSUNG HERO OF THE 
SEASON 

1956 Al Wharton, T 



1957 


Wilbur Main, C 


1958 


Ted Kershner, B 


1959 


Joe Gardi, T 


1960 


Leroy Dietrich, C 


1961 


Dick Bariund, E 


1962 


Murnis Banner, HB 


1963 


George Stem, HB 


1964 


John Kenny, E 


1965 


Charles Krahlinq, C 


1966 


Bobby Collins, B 


1967 


Pa: Baker. B 


1968 


Rick Carlson, E 


1969 


Paul Fitzpatrick, B 


1970 


Robert MacBnde, OT 


1971 


Jeff Shugars, QB 



JOE F. BLAIR 

AWARD 

UNSUNG HERO OF THE 
SEASON 

1995 Kevin Plank, SB 

ANTHONY C. 
NARDO MEMORIAL 
TROPHY 

BEST LINEMAN OF THE 
YEAR 

1947 PatMcCarty G 

1948 Gene Kinney, T 

1950 Bob Ward, G 

1951 Bob Ward, G 



1971 


Dennis O'Hara, E 


1972 


Paul Vellano, OG 


1973 


Randy White, DT 


1974 


Randy White, DT 


1980 


Enc 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 Huqhes, C 


1987 


Billy Huqhes, C 


1988 


MarkAqent, C 


1989 


Mike Kiselak, OG 


1990 


Clarence Jones, OT 


1991 


Mitch Suplee, C 


1992 


Steve Inqram, OT 


1993 


Steve Inqram, OT 


1994 


Steve Inqram, OT 


•995 


Johnnie Hicks, DT 



CLUB AWARD 

GREATEST 
CONTRIBUTION TO 
FOOTBALL 

1975 LeRoy Huqhes, DE 

1976 Rob Raba, TE 

1977 BradCarr.LB 

1978 Dean Richards, WR 

1979 James Shaffer, DE 



19 



Lloyd Burruss HB 



1981 Charlie Wysocki, TB 



1982 Mike Corvino, DG 



1 983 Boomer Esiason^QB 



1984 
1985 

1986 



Enc Wilson, LB 
Rick Badanjek FB 
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 Jarmolowictv LB 



1993 Mark Mason, RB 



1994 Steve Inqram, OT 



1995 Jermaine Lewis, WR 



1997 Buddy RodqersJRB_ 



1998 Ke ndall Ogle, LB 



1999 Jermaine Arlington, WR 



TROPHY 

SERVICE OVER FOUR 
YEARS 

1949 John ldzik,B 



Jason Hatala,WR 
Aaron Thompson, LB 



2000 Jason Hatala, WR 



2001 Melvin FowlerC 



Aaron Thompson LB 



2002 Matt Crawford, OT 



1952 William Maletzky, G 



1953 Stan Jones, T 



1950 


John Idzik, B 


1951 


Bob Ward, G 


195? 


Ed Fullerton, B 


1953 


Bernie Faloney, B 


1954 


John Irvine C 


1955 


Bob Pellegrini, C 


1956 


Mike Sandusky, T 


1957 


Gene Alderton, C 


1958 


Bob Rusevlyan, B 


1959 


Kurt Schwarz, T 


1960 


Vincent Scott, E 



2003 Curome Cox, CB 



2004 Domoniqu e F oxworth, DB 

2005 D'Qwell Jackson, LB 



1954 Bob Pellegrini, G 



166 'ALL-TIME HONORS 



A.V. WILLIAMS 
HWARD 

)UTSTANDING AND 

CONSPICUOUS 

SPORTSMANSHIP 




JIM TATUM 
MEMORIAL 
AWARD 

LINEMAN OF THE YEAR 



955 


Ronnie Waller, HB 


956 


Lynn Beightol, QB 




Jack Davis, G 


957 


Howie Dare, HB 


958 


Bob Rusevlyan, QB 


959 


Allen Bunge 


960 


Dale Betty, QB 


961 


Donald Brown 


96? 


Clayton Beardmore 


963 


Samuel Bossert 


964 


Bob Kopinsky 


965 


Donald Dunphy 


966 


Frank Costello 


967 


Robert Karch 


968 


Roland Merritt, DE 


969 


David Reiss 


970 


John Baker 


971 


James Norris 


972 


Vince Struble 


973 


Al Neville, QB 


974 


Tyrone Neal 


975 


LeRoy Hughes, DE 


976 


Bob Raba, TE 




Gene Ochap, C 


977 


Brad Carr, LB 


978 


Dean Richards, WR 


979 


James Shaffer, DE 


980 


Enc Sievers, TE 


981 


Bnan Riendeau, OG 


98? 


Dave Pacella. OT 


483 


Boomer Esiason, QB 


984 


Eric Wilson, LB 


985 


Scott SchankweilerJ.B 


986 


Lewis Askew, DG 


96' 


Robert Klein, DG 


98S 


Chad Svdnor, DB 


989 


Bren Lowery, TB 


990 


Barry Johnson, WR 


991 


Lubo Zizakovic, DT 


993 


Ed Regan, OG 


994 


Corey Holobetz, TE 


995 


Mike Setlles. LB 


997 


Pat Ward 


998 


Paul Jackson S 


999 


Erwyn Lyqht, DE 


000 


Matt Kalapinski, FB 


001 


Shaun Hill, QB 


Tony Jackson, S 


002 


Scooter Monroe, WR 


003 


Lerov Ambush, LB 


004 


Ray Custis, DB 


005 


Derek Miller, TE 



1959 


Kurt A, Schwartz, OT 


1960 


Thomas E. Sankovich, OT 


1961 


Bill Kirchiro, OG 


1962 


David Crossan, OT 


1963 


Olaf Drozdov, OT 


1964 


Larry Bagranoff, DT 


1965 


Larry Bagranoff, DT 


I966 


Thomas Cichowski, OT 


1967 


Tom Myslinski, OT 


1968 


Thomas Plevin, DT 


1969 


Peter Mattia, DT 


1970 


Peter Mattia, DT 


1971 


Guy Roberts, LB 


197? 


Paul Vellano, DG 


1973 


Randy White, DT 


1474 


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 


Greg 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 Inqram, OT 


1993 


Steve Inqram, OT 


1994 


Steve Inqram, OT 


1995 


Johnnie Hicks, DL 


1997 


John Feuqill, OT 


1998 


Delberl Cowsette, NT 


1999 


John Waerig, TE 


Jamie Wu OG 


2000 


Kris Jenkins, DT 


2001 


Charles Hill, NT 


2002 


Todd Wike, C 


2003 


Randy Starks, DT 


2004 


Shawne Merriman, DE 


2005 


Conrad Bolston. DT 



GEORGE C. COOK 

MEMORIAL 

AWARD 

HIGHEST ACADEMIC 
AVERAGE 

1962 Don White, QB 



DR. JOHN E. 
FABER AWARD 



I963 


David Nardo, E 


191,4 


David Nardo, E 


1965 


Bruce Spnnqer, B 


1966 


Larry Baqranoff, OT 


1967 


Chuck Tine ''>! 


1968 


Ralph Fnedgen, OG 


1969 


Ralph Fnedgen, OG 


Bill Grant, E 


1970 


Pat Burke, OG 


1971 


Steve Fromang, OT 


1972 


Steve Fromanq, OT 


1973 


James Martell. E 


1974 


Kim Hoover, WR 


1975 


Kim Hoover, WR 


1976 


Jonathan Claiborne, S 


1977 


Jonathan Claiborne, S 


1978 


Joe Muffler, DE 



1979 Ra lph Lary, S 

1980 Ralph Lary, S 



1981 MarkSobeLDE 



1982 Greg Ha rraka, C 



1983 Greg H arraka, C 



1984 Greg Harraka, C 



1985 
1986 
1987 



Dolph Tokar czyk, TE 
Richard Shure, FB 



Richard Shure, FB 



1988 John Ru qq, OG 



1989 

1990 

1991 



Mark Agent , C 
Ken Ob erie, OT 
Mitch Suplee, C 



1992 Dave Marrone, LB 



Enck Wood, LB 



Corey Holobetz. TE 



1993 
1994 
1995 Ken Lytle, PK 

1997 Ryan Rezzelle, OT 

1998 Ryan Rezzelle, OT 



1999 Jamie Wu, OG 



2000 Bnan Kopka, PK 



2001 Charles Hill. NT 



2002 Todd Wike. C 



2003 C.J. Feldheim, NT 



2004 Nick Noval, PK 



2005 Ryan McDonald, C 



IRON MAN AWARD 

1992 JohnKaleo.QB 


1993 


Scott Milanovich, QB 


1994 


Jamie Bragg, C/DT 


1998 


Kendall Oqle, LB 


1999 


Jamie Wu, OG 


2000 


Scott Rudolph, LS 


2001 


Durrand Roundtree, DL 


2002 


Durrand Roundtree, DL 


2003 


Jeff Dugan, TE 




Leon Joe, LB 


2004 


Kyle Schmitt, C 


2005 


Vernon Davis, TE 



OUTSTANDING 
SPECIALIST 



1988 


Ricky Johnson, TB 


Scott Whittier, LB 


1989 


Ricky Johnson. TB 


1990 


Scott Zolak, QB 


1991 


Troy Jackson. RB 


1992 


John Kaleo, QB 


1993 


Jermaine Lewis, WR 




TOP SPECIAL 

TEAMS PERFORMER 



1988 


MarkAqent, C 


1989 


Mike Kiselak, OG 


1990 


Clarence Jones OT 


1991 


Mitch Suplee, C 


1992 


Steve Inqram, OT 


1993 


Steve Inqram, OT 


1995 


Chad Scott CB 


1497 


Lewis Sanders, FS 


1998 


Brian Kopka, PK 


1999 


Brian Kopka, PK 


2000 


Brooks Barnard, P 


Brian Kopka, PK 


2001 


Brooks Barnard, P 


2002 


Brooks Barnard, P 


Steve Suter, PR 


2003 


Jon Condo, LS 


2004 


Adam Podlesh, P 


2005 


Adam Podlesh, P 




HAMMER 
AWARD 

1988 C had Sydnor, CB 




1989 Eddie Tomlin, S 



1990 Glenn Page, LB 



1991 Mike Jarmolowich, LB 



1992 Scott Rosen. S 






ALL-TIME HONORS • 1 




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COACHES AWARDS 



Offensive Back 

1952 Chet Hanulak, HB 



1953 


Ralph Felton, FB 


1954 


Ron Waller, HB 


1955 


Ed Vereb, HB 


1956 


Fred Hamilton, HB 


1957 


Bob Rusevlyan, QB 


1958 


Bob Rusevlyan, QB 


1959 


Jim Joyce, FB 


1960 


Dale Betty, QB 


1961 


Dick Shiner, QB 


1962 


Tom Brown, HB 


1963 


Dick Shiner, HB 


1964 


Tom Hickey, HB 


1965 


Wall Marcmak, HB 


1966 


Alan Pastrana, QB 


1967 


Billy Lovett, FB 


1968 


Billy Loyett, FB 


1969 


Tom Miller, FB 


1970 


Art Seymore, HB 


1971 


Al Neville, QB 


1972 


Bob Avellini, QB 


1973 


Louis Carter, TB 


1974 


Louis Carter, TB 


1975 


John Schultz, WB 


1976 


Mark Manqes, QB 


1977 


Larry Dick, QB 


Georqe Scott, HB 


1978 


Sieve Atkins, TB 


1979 


Charlie Wyscoki, TB 


1980 


Charlie Wyscoki, TB 


1981 


Boomer Esiason, QB 


1982 


Boomer Esiason, QB 
Willie Joyner, RB 


1983 


Willie Joyner, RB 


1984 


Rick Badanjek, FB 


1985 


Rick Badanjek, 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 Rodqers, RB 


Offensive 
Lineman 

1952 Tom Cosqrove C 


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 


Roqer Shoals, OT 


1962 


Roqer 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 


TomShick.OT 


1977 


Mike Yeates, OG 


'978 


Eric Sievers. TE 



1979 


Kerwm 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 Huqhes, C 


1987 


Billy Huqhes, C 


1988 


Mark Aqent, C 


1989 


Mike Kiselak, OG 


1990 


Clarence Jones, OT 


1991 


Mitch Suplee, C 


1992 


Steve Inqram, OT 


1993 


Steve Inqram, OT 


1994 


Steve Inqram, OT 


1995 


Darryl Gilliam. OT 


Defensive Back 

1952 Ed Fullerton, HB 


1953 


Dick Nolan, HB 


1954 


Joe Hominq, HB 


1955 


Lynn Beiqhtol, QB 


1956 


Bob Rusevlyan, 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 Anzzi, 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 Olkewicz, LB 


1979 


none 


1980 


Brian Matera, LB 


1981 


Uvod Burruss, HB 


1982 


Darnelll Dailey, LB 


1983 


none 


1984 


Clarence Baldwin, HB 


1985 


Al Covinqton, S 


1986 


Al Covinqton, S 


1987 


Keeta Covinqton, CB 


Chad Sydnor, CB 


1988 


Chad Sydnor, CB 


1989 


Eddie Tomlin, S 


1990 


Glenn Paqe, LB 


1991 


Mike Jarmolowich, LB 


1992 


Scott Rosen, DB 


1993 
1994 


Orlando Strozier, DB 
Andreal Johnson, CB 


1995 


Chad Scott, CB 


Defensive 
Lineman 

1952 John Adelman, E 


1953 


Bob Morqan, 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 
1966 


Larry Bagranoff, DT 
Jim Lavruskv, 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 While. DT 


1975 


Paul Divito, DG 


1976 
1977 


Joe Campbell, DT 
Ted Klaube, DG 


1978 


Charles 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. 



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LeFRAK scholarship 




Adam Podlesh 



The Samuel J. and Ethel LeFrak Foundation donated 
$1 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 have been 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. 

Punter Adam Podlesh is this year's recipient from the football team. 

Prior to his death in April 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 $10 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 
of Tau 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. Yow, "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 Mrs. LeFrak." 




Samuel J. LeFrak 



168 'ALL-TIME HONORS 



HEIfSS 




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TERPS IN THE PROS 



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\ / I 



IMFL 



RobAbiamiri 


TE 


Baltimore Ravens 


Eric Barton 


LB 


New York Jets 


C.J. Brooks 


OG 


Miami Dolphins 


John Condo 


LS 


New Enqland Patriots 


Curome Cox 


FS 


Denver Broncos 


Jeff Duqan 


TE 


Minnesota Vikinqs 


Melvin Fowler 


OG 


Buffalo Bills 


Domonique Foxworth 


CB 


Denver Broncos 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


Minnesota Vikinqs 


Eric Hicks 


DE 


Kansas City Chiefs 


Shaun Hill 


QB 


San Francisco 49ers 


Kris Jenkins 


DT 


Carolina Panthers 


Leon Joe 


LB 


Chicaqo Bears 


LaMont Jordan 


RB 


Oakland Raiders 


Shawne Merriman 


DE 


San Dieqo Charqers 


Nick Novak 


K 


Anzona Cardinals 


Eric Oqboqu 


DE 


Dallas Cowboys 


Bruce Perry 


RB 


Philadelphia Eaqles 


Lewis Sanders 


CB 


Houston Texans 


Kyle Schmitt 


C 


Arizona Cardinals 


Chad Scott 


CB 


New Enqland Patriots 


Randy Starks 


DT 


Tennessee Titans 


Al Wallace 


DE 


Carolina Panthers 


Madieu Williams 


FS 


Cincinnati Benqals 


Dennard Wilson 


DB 


Washinqton Redskins 


NFL EUROPE 

Kyle Schmitt C Coloqne Centurions/Arizona 


Curtis Williams 


WR 


Berlin Thunder/Giants 



FOOTBALL 
LEAGUE 



Delbert Cowsette 


OL/DL 


New York Draqons 


Latrez Harrison 


WR/LB 


New York Draqons 


Charles Hill 


OL/DL 


Orlando Predators 


John Kaleo 


QB 


Columbus Destroyers 


Marlon Moye-Moore 


FB/LB 


Orlando Predators 


CFL 

Renard Cox 


DB 


Hamilton Tiqer-Cats 


Scott McBrien 


QB 


Montreal Alouettes 


Geroy Simon 


SB 


B.C. Lions 




Scott McBrien played for the 
Rhein Fire in NFL Europe in 2005 
before moving on to the Montreal 
Alouettes in the Canadian Football 
League. 



John Kaleo led the 
Tampa Bay Storm to 
the Arena Bowl XVII 
championship in 200X 
He is now with the 
Columbus Destroyers. 



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AZIZUDDIN ABDUR- 
RA OOF. WR 

<ansas City (1988-89) 

ROB ABIAMIRI, TE 

Baltimore (2005-) 

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 

N.Y. Giants (1985) 
St. Louis (1985) 
Washington (1986-87) 
Indianapolis (1988) 

BOB AVELLINI, OB 

Chicago Bears (1975-83) 
N.Y Jets (1984) 

RICK BAD AN JEK, FB 

Washington (1986) 
Atlanta (1987-88) 

BROOKS BARNARD 

New England (2003) 
Green Bay (2004) 

ERIC BARTON, LB 

Oakland (1999-2003) 
N.Y. Jets (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 (1960-64) 
Pittsburgh (1965-67) 

BROOKE BREWER, HB 

Cleveland (1921) 
Akron (1922) 

C.J. BROOKS, G 

Miami (2005-) 

DONALD BROWN, DB 

Miami ( 1986l 
San Diego (1986) 
N.Y. Giants (1987) 



JJ3. BROWN. DB 

Miami (1989-96) 
Pittsburgh (1997) 
Anzona (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 (1977-78) 
Oakland (1979-81) 
Tampa Bay (1981) 

LOUIS CARTER, RB 

Oakland (1975) 
Tampa Bay (1976-78) 




TED CHAPMAN, DE 

LA. Raiders (1987) 

TOM CICHOWSKI, T 

Denver (1967-68) 

FRED COLE, G 

LA Chargers (1960) 

GARY COLLINS, FL-P 

Cleveland (1962-71) 

LLOYD COLTERYAHN, E 

Baltimore Colts (1954-56! 

GEORGE COLTON, G 

New England (1987) 

JON CONDO, LS 

New England (2005-) 



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 (1968) 

DELBERT COWSETTE. DL 

Indianapolis (2000) 
Washington (2000-2002) 
N.Y. Giants (2004) 

CUROME COX, CB 

Denver (2005-) 

RENARD COX, DB 

Jacksonville (2001) 

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 119841 

MATT D'AMICO, LB 

Cincinnati (1989) 

JACK DAVIS, G 

Boston (1960) 

CHRIS DOWNS, RB 

Oakland (2004) 

DARREN DROZDOV, DT 

Denver (1993) 

MARK DUD A, DT 

St. Louis (1983-87) 

JEFF DUG AN, TE 

Minnesota (2004-) 

FERRELL EDMUNDS, TE 

Miami (1988-92) 
Seattle (1993-94) 



BOOMER ESIASON, OB 

Cincinnati (1984-92. 1997) 
N.Y Jets (1993-95) 
Anzona (1996-97) 




CHUCK FAUCETTE, LB 

San Diego (1987-88) 

RON FAZIO, TE 

Philadelphia (1987) 

RALPH FELTON, LB 

Washington (1954-60) 
Buffalo (1961-62) 

JOHN FEUGILL, OL 

Denver (2000-01) 

ANDY FLETCHER, FB 

Buffalo (1920) 

MELVIN FOWLER, OL 

Cleveland (2002-05i 
Buffalo (2006-) 

DOMONIOUE 
FOXWORTH, CB 

Denver (2005-) 

ED FULLERTON, DB 

Pittsburgh (1953) 

ED FULTON, G 

L.A. Rams (1978) 
Buffalo (1979) 

LU GAMBINO, HB 

Baltimore Colts (194849) 

STAN GELBAUGH, OB 

Buffalo (1986-89) 
Seattle (1992-95) 

O'NEIL GLENN, OT 

New England (1991) 

KEVIN GLOVER, C 

Detroit (1985-97) 
Seattle (1998-99) 



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TONY GREENE, CB 

Buffalo (1971-79) 

CHET HANULAK, HB 

Cleveland (1954, 1957) 

DON HEALY, T 

Chicago (1958-59) 
Dallas (1960-61) 
Buffalo (1962) 

E.J. HENDERSON, LB 

Minnesota (2003-) 

BO HICKEY, RB 

Denver (1967) 

ERIC HICKS, DE 

Kansas City (1 998-) 

CHARLES HILL, DL 

Houston Texans (2002) 
Chciago (2003) 
Carolina (2004-05) 

SHAUN HILL, OB 

Minnesota (2002-05) 
San Francisco (2006-) 

STEVE INGRAM, OL 

Tampa Bay (1995) 
Jacksonville (1999) 

BEN JEFFERSON, OT 

Indianapolis (1989-90) 

KRIS JENKINS, DL 

Carolina Panthers (2001-) 




Kris Jenkins was named a first team All-Pro and drew acclaim as one of the best 
defensive players in football in leading the Carolina Panthers to Super Bowl 
XXXVIII. 



JAMES MILLING, WR 

Atlanta (1988-91) 
N.Y. Giants (1991) 

CHARLIE MILLS, FB 

Buffalo (1920) 

DICK MODZELEWSKI, DT 

Washington (1953-54) 
Pittsburgh (1955) 
N.Y. Giants (1956-63) 
Cleveland (1964-66) 

ED MODZELEWSKI, FB 

Pittsburgh (1952) 
Cleveland (1955-59) 

TOMMY MONT, OB 

Washington (194749) 

BOB MORGAN, T 

Chicago Cardinals (1954) 
Washington (1954) 

JOE MOSS, T 

Washington (1952) 

MATT MURPHY, TE 

Detroit (2002) 

Houston Texans (2003-05) 

CHIP MYRTLE, LB 

Denver (1967-72) 
San Diego (1974) 

RENALDO NEHEMIAH, WR 

San Francisco (1982-84) 

ED NICKLA, G 

Chicago (1959) 



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RICK JENNINGS, WR 


VINCE KINNEY, WR 


J J). MAARLEVELD, T 






Oakland (1976-77) 


Denver (1978-79) 


Tampa Bay (1986-87) 


DICK NOLAN, DB 




Tampa Bay (1977) 






N.Y Giants (1954-57. 1959-61) 


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San Francisco (1977) 


BILL KIRCHIRO, G 


MARK MANGES, QB 


Chicago Cardinals (1958) 


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LEON JOE, LB 


Baltimore Colts (1962) 


St Louis (1978) 


Dallas (1962) 


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Anzona (2004) 


MIKE KISELAK, OL 


LARRY MARSHALL, KR-DB 


JACK NORRIS, E 


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Chicago (2005-) 


Dallas (1998-99) 


Kansas City (1972-73) 


Staten Island (1932) 


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BARRY JOHNSON, WR 


PETE KOCH, DE 


Minnesota (1974) 
Philadelphia (1974-77) 


NICK NOVAK, PK 


ti 


Denver (1991-92) 


Cincinnati (1984) 


LA. Rams (1978) 


Washington (2005) 


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CHARLES JOHNSON, NT 


Kansas City (1985-88) 
LA. Raiders (1989-90) 


JIM MEADE, FB 


Anzona (2005-) 


Green Bay (1979-80, 1983) 




Washington (1939-40) 


NEIL O'DONNELL, QB 






RAY KROUSE, DT 




Pittsburgh (1990-95) 




VERNON JOINES, WR 


N.Y. Giants (1951-55) 


SHAWNE MERRIMAN, LB 


N.Y. Jets (1996-97) 


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Cleveland (1989-90) 


Detroit (1956-57) 


San Diego (2005-) 


Cincinnati (1998) 


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Denver (1991) 


Baltimore Colts (1958-59) 




Tennessee (1999-2003) 


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Washington (1960) 


ROLAND MERRITT, WR 




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CLARENCE JONES, OT 




Washington (1970) 


ERIC OGBOGU, LB 


I-, 


N.Y. Giants (1991-94) 


PETE LADYGO, G 




N.Y. Jets (1998-2001) 


Oj 


St. Louis Rams (1995) 


Pittsburgh (1952, 1954) 


BRUCE MESNER. DT 


Cincinnati (2002) 


New Orleans (1996-98) 




Buffalo (1987) 


Dallas (2003-) 


Carolina (1999) 


JERMAINE LEWIS, WR 


Kansas City (1988) 




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STAN JONES, G-T-DT 


Baltimore Ravens (1996-2001) 
Houston Texans (2002) 


SCOTT MILANOVICH, OB 


KENDALL OGLE, LB 

Cleveland (1999-2000) 




Chicago Bears (1954-65) 


Jacksonville (2003-04) 


Tampa Bay (1996-99) 






Washington (1966) 






TONY OKANLAWON, DB 






JOHN LOOKABAUGH, E 


STEVE MIKE-MAYER, PK 


San Diego (2002-04) 




LAMONT JORDAN, RB 


Washington (1946-47) 


San Francisco (1975-76) 






New York Jets (2001-04) 




Detroit (1977) 


NEAL OLKEWICZ, LB 




Oakland (2005- 


JAMES LYNCH, FB 


New Orleans (1978) 


Washington (1979-89) 




WILLIE JOYNER, RB 


Minnesota (2003) 
Miami (2004) 


Baltimore Colts (1979-80) 






Houston (1984) 








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DAVE PACELLA, G-C 

Philadelphia (1984) 

ALAN PASTRANA, QB 

Denver (1969-70) 

BOB PELLEGRINI, LB 

Philadelphia (1956, 1958-61) 
Afashington (1962-65) 

PHIL PERLO, LB 

Houston (1960) 

BRUCE PERRY, RB 

Philadelphia (2004-) 

DAN PLOCKI, K 

Cleveland (1989) 

WARREN POWERS, DE 

Denver (1989-92) 

ROB RABA, TE 

M.Y Jets (1977-79) 
3altimore Colts (1980) 

Washington (1981) 

DON RATLIFF, DE 

Philadelphia (1975) 

FRANK REICH, OB 

■Wo (1985-94) 

Carolina (1995) 
K Jets (1996) 
Detroit (1997-98) 




GUY ROBERTS, LB 

touston (1972-75) 
fcnta(1976) 
iami (1977) 

WALTER ROCK, T 

Jan Francisco (1963-67) 
Vashmgton (1968-73) 

JEFF RODENBERGER, RB 

tew Orleans (1987) 

STAN ROGERS, T 

)enver(1975) 

BURRAND ROUNDTREE, DE 

ndianapolis (2004) 



LEWIS SANDERS. DB 

Cleveland (2000-04) 
Houston (2005-) 

MIKE SANDUSKY, T-G 

Pittsburgh (1957-65) 

JACK SCARBATH, QB 

Washington (1953-54) 
Pittsburgh (1956) 

SCOTT 
SCHANKWEILER, LB 

Buffalo (1987) 

KYLE SCHMITT, OL 

Arizona (2006-) 

KEN SCHROY, S 

N.Y. Jets (1977-84) 

JOHN SCHULTZ, WR 

Denver (1976-78) 

CHAD SCOTT, DB 

Pittsburgh (1997-2004) 
New England (2005-) 

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) 
NY 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 

Tampa Bay (1997) 

IRV SMITH, DB 

Washington (1993) 

JERRY SNYDER, HB 

N.Y Giants (1929) 
Staten Island (1930) 

RON SOLT, G 

Indianapolis (1984-88. 1992) 
Philadelphia (1988-91) 

RANDY STARKS, DT 

Tennessee (2004-) 



CHAD SYDNOR, DB 

Chicago (1989) 

RATCLIFF THOMAS, LB 

Indianapolis (1998-2001) 

JOHN TICE, TE 

New Orleans (1983-91) 
Minnesota (1992-94) 

MIKE TICE, TE 

Seattle (1981-88, 1990-92) 
Washington (1989) 
Minnesota (1993, 1995) 

STEVE TRIMBLE, DB 

Denver (1981-83) 

BILLY VAN HEUSEN. SEP 

Denver (1968-76) 

ED VEREB, HB 

Washington (1960) 

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) 
LA. Chargers (1960) 

LARRY WEBSTER, DT 

Miami (1992-94) 
Cleveland (1995) 
Baltimore Ravens (1996-2001) 
N.Y 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| 
Washington (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 (1980) 

FRANK WYCHECK, HB 

Washington (1993-94) 
Houstonfiennessee (1995-2003) 

SCOTT ZOLAK, OB 

New England (1991-98) 
Miami (1999) 

Note: Additions or corrections to the above list should be 
submitted to the Maryland media relations office. 



TERPS AS COACHES IN THE NFL 

Maryland Head Coaches to Coach In NFL 

Bobby Ross 

Maryland (1982-86) 



San Diego Chargers (1992-96) 
Detroit Lions (1997-2000) 

Lou Saban 

Maryland (1966) 



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Boston Patriots (1960-61 .! 



D. Modzelewski Bobby Ross 



Buffalo Bills (1962-6 5,1972-76) 
Denver Broncos (1967-71) 
Clark Shaughnessy 
Maryland (1942, 1946) 
Los Angeles Rams (1948-49) 

Maryland Players 
to Coach In NFL 

Dick Modzelewski 

Cleveland Browns (1977) 

Dick Nolan 

San Francisco 49ers (1968-75) 
New Orleans Saints (1978-80) 



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Lou Saban 



C. Shaughnessy 



Mike Tice 

Minnesota Vikings (2001-05) 

Ron Waller 

San Diego Chargers (1973) 



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PICKS 



1952 


Ed Modzelewski, B (5) 


Pittsburgh 


1953 


Jack Scarbath, B (2) 


Washinqton 


1954 


Bernie Faloney, B (10) 


San Francisco 


1955 


Dick Bielski, B (8) 


Philadelphia 


1956 


Bob Pelleqrini, C (3) 


Philadelphia 




EdVereb, B(11) 


Washinqton 


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) 


Pittsburqh 


2005 


Shawne Merriman, DE (12) 


San Dieqo 


2006 


Vernon Davis, TE (6) 


San Francisco 




Ed Vereb 



Gary Collins 



Randy White Joe Campbell Pete Koch 




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Ron Solt 



Chad Scott Shawne Merriman Vernon Davis 



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1937 

6 Bill Guckeyson, B 


Philadelphia 


1944 

12 Tommy Mont, B 


New York Giants 


1945 

16 Bill Byrd, C 


New York Giants 


24 Lu Gambino, B 


Chicaqo Bears 


1946 

28 Don Gleasner. E 


Boston 


1947 

11 Emile Fritz, G 


Chicaqo Bears 


1948 

28 Harry Bonk, B 


Boston 


1950 

20 Fred Davis, E 


Detroit 


25 Jim Brasher, C 


Cleveland 


26 Earl Roth, B 


Washinqton 


1951 

2 Ray Krouse, T 


New York Giants 


4 Elmer Wingate ± E 


New York Yanks 


9 Jake Rowden, C 


Washington 


10 Chester Gierula, G 


Cleveland 


1952 

1 Ed Modzelewski^ 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 


Chicaqo Bears 


30 Bob Shemonski, B 


Chicaqo Bears 


1953 

1 Jack Scarbath, B 


Washinqton 


2 Dick Modzelewski, T 


Washinqton 


4 Lloyd Colteryahn, E 


Pittsburqh 


4 Ed Fullerton, B 


San Francisco 


5 Stan Jones, T 


Chicago Bears 


7 John Alderton, E 


Pittsburgh^ 


8 Bob Morgan, T 


Los Angeles Rams 


8 Lew Weidensaul, E 


Washington 


22 Ed O'Connor, T 


Pittsburqh 


25 Art Hurd, G 


Washinqton 


1954 

1 Bernie Faloney, B 


San Francisco 


2 Chet Hanulak, B 


Cleveland 


4 Dick Nolan, B 


New York Giants 


4 Charlie Boxold, B 


San Francisco 


4 Ralph Felton, B 


Washington 


12 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 


Philadelphia 



17 Lynn Beiqhtol, B 


Green Bay 


22 Georqe Albrecht, B 


Detroit 


26 Georqe Palahunik, G 


Philadelphia 


1956 

1 Bob Pellegrini, C 


Philadelphia 


1 Ed Vereb. B 


Washinqton 


8 Russ Dennis, E 


Green Bay 


10 Bob Lauqherv, B 


Green Bay 


11 Tom Selep, B 


Detroit 


1957 

4 Mike Sandusky, T 


San Francisco 


14 Joe Lazzarmo. T 


Los Angeles Rams ; 


15 Gene Alderton, C 


Detroit j 1 


16 Ed Heunng, E 


Chicaqo Bears J 


17 Frank Tamburello, B 


Cleveland 


18 Al Wharton, G 


Chicaqo Bears 


23 Jack Healy, B 


New York Giants 


29 Howie Dare, B 


Green Bay 


1958 

3 Ed Cooke, E 


Chicago Bears 


3 Don Healy, T 


Chicago Bears 


28 Wilbur Main, B 


Chicaqo Bears 


1959 

6 Fred Cole, G 


Chicaqo Bears 


14 Kurt Schwarz, G 


Washingtoi 


1960 

3 Rod Breedlove, G 


San Francisco 


1961 

16 Roger Shoals, T 


Cleveland 


17 Everett Cloud, B 


Dallas 



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1962 

1 Gary Collins, E 


Cleveland 


1 Bill Kirchiro, G 


St. Louis 


4 Jim Davidson, B 


Detroit 


5 Dick Barlund, E 


St. Louis 


1963 

) Tom Brown, B 


Green Bay 


\ Walter Rock, G 


San Francisco 


) Dave Crossan, G-C 


Philadelphia 


5 Harry Butsko, LB 


Washington 


1964 

1 Dick Shiner, QB 


Washington 


4 EmieAnzzi, B 


Philadelphia 


1965 

) Ken Ambrusko, B 


Chicago Bears 


4 Jerry Fishman, LB 


Baltimore 


1966 

l Tom Cichowski, OT 


Green Bay 


1967 

> Dick Absher, TE 


Philadelphia 


4 Bo Hickey, FB 


St. Louis 


1968 

3 Tom Myslinski, OG 


New York Jets 


1969 

Ron Pearson, TE-LB 


Chicaqo Bears 


1 Alan Pastrana. QB 


Denver 


2 Harry Blackney. RB 


New York Giants 


1970 

r Roland Merritt, WR 


Washington 


) Ralph Sonntaq, OT 


Washinqton 


1972 

i Guv Roberts, LB 


Houston 


5 Larry Marshall, DB 


Kansas City 


1974 

1 Bart Purvis, OT 


Green Bay 


4 Paul Vellano DT 


Chicaqo Bears 


1975 

Randv White, DT 


Dallas 


5 Louis Carter, RB 


Oakland 


5 Steve Mike-Mayer, PK 


San Francisco 


5 Walter White, TE 


Pittsburqh 


5 Stan Roqers, OT 


Denver 


5 Bob Avellini, QB 


Chicaqo Bears 


Phil Waqenheim, P 


Baltimore 


Ken Schroy, DB 


Philadelphia 


2 Harry Walters LB 


Denver 


6 Robert Smith, DB 


Baltimore 


7 Frank Russell, WR 


Baltimore 


1976 

1 Rick Jennings, RB 


Oakland 



1977 

1 Joe Campbell, DE 

_3 Tim Wilson, RB 

3 Ed Fulton, OG 
6 Tom Schick., OG 
12 Dave Conrad, OT 



New Orleans 

Houston 

Los Angeles Rams 

New Orleans 

New York Jets 



1978 

4 Mark Manges, 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 Stewart, OT 


Baltimore 


1981 

3 Lloyd Burruss, DB 


Kansas City 


4 Eric 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 Gurnest Brown, DT 


Buffalo 


1984 

1 Pete Koch, DE 


Cincinnati 


1 Ron Solt, OG 


Indianapolis 


2 Boomer Esiason, QB 


Cincinnati 


4 Dave D'Addio, RB 


Detroit 


7 Willie Joyner, RB 


Houston 


12 Russell Davis, WR 


Buffalo 


1985 

2 Kevin Glover, C 


Detroit 


3 Frank Reich, QB 


Buffalo 


7 Eric Wilson, LB 


Green Bay 


1986 

5 J.D. Maarieveld, OT 


Tampa Bay 


5 Donald Brown, DB 


San Dieqo 


6 Stan Gelbauqh, QB 


Dallas 


7 Rick Badaniek, RB 


Washinqton 


9 Georqe Colton, OG 


New Enqland 


11 Len Lynch, OG 


New York Giants 


1987 

8 Bruce Mesner, DE 


Buffalo 


9 Alvin Blount, RB 


Dallas 


10 Chuck Faucette, LB 


New York Giants 


11 Tommy Neal.RB 


Denver 


1988 

3 Kevin Walker, LB 


Cincinnati 


3 Fen-ell Edmunds, TE 


Miami 


9 AzizuddinAbdur-Ra'oof.WR 


Kansas City 


10 O'Brien Alston, LB 


Indianapolis 


11 James Milling. WR 


Atlanta 



1989 

2 Warren Powers, DE 


Denver 


5 Vernon Joines, WR 


Cleveland 


11 Dan Plocki. PK 


Cleveland 


12 J.B. Brown, DB 


Miami 


1990 

3 Neil ODonnelL QB 


Pittsburgh 


12 Blaine Rose. OG 


New England 


1991 

4 Scott Zolak, QB 


New Enqland 


4 Clarence Jones, OT 


New York Giants 


9 O'Neil Glenn. OG 


New England 


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 Eric Oqboqu, DE 


New York Jets 


1999 

5 Eric Barton, LB 


Oakland 


6 Kendall Oqle, LB 


Cleveland 


2000 

4 Lewis Sanders, DB 


Cleveland 


7 Delbert Cowsette, DT 


Washinqton 


2001 

2 Kris Jenkins, DT 


Carolina 


2 LaMont Jordan, RB 


New York Jets 


2002 

3 Melvin Fowler, C 


Cleveland 


3 Charles Hill, DT 


Houston 


7 Matt Murphy, TE 


Detroit 


2003 

2 E.J. Henderson, LB 


Minnesota 


2004 

2 Madieu Williams, S 


Cincinnati 


3 Randy Starks.DT 


Tennessee 


4 Leon Joe, LB 


Chicaqo 


7 Jeff Duqan, TE 


Minnesota 


7 Bruce Perry, RB 


Philadelphia 


2005 

1 Shawne Merriman, DE 


San Dieqo 


3 Domonique Foxworth, CB 


Denver 


2006 

1 Vernon Davis, TE 


San Francisco 


2 D'Qwell Jackson, LB 


Cleveland 


7 Gerrick McPherson. CB 


New York Giants 




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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 



Running Backs 

Steve Atkins 1979-81 




Bob Avellini 



Rick Badanjek 


1986-88 


Dick Bielski 


1955-63 


Alvin Blount 


1987 


Brooke Brewer 


1921-22 


Louis Carter 


1975-78 


Dave D'Addio 


1984 


Chris Downs 


2004 


Andy Fletcher 


1920 


Lu Gambino 


194849 


Chet Hanulak 


1954-57 


Bo Hickey 


1967 


LaMont Jordan 


2001- 


Willie Joyner 


1984 


James Lynch 


2003-05 


Jim Meade 


193940 


Charlie Mills 


1920 


Ed Modzelewski 


1952, '55-59 


Bruce Perry 


2004- 


Jeff Rodenberqer 


1987 


Jerry Snyder 


1929-30 


Ed Vereb 


1960 


Ron Waller 


1955-58, '60 


Tim Wilson 


1977-84 


John Wriqht 


1947 




Receivers/Tight Ends 



LaMont Jordan 



Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof 


1988-89 


Dick Bielski 


1955-63 


Gary Collins 


1962-71 


Lloyd Colteryahn 


1954-56 


Vernon Davis 


2006- 


Jeff Duqan 


2004- 


Ferrell Edmunds 


1988-94 


Ron Fazio 


1987 


Rick Jenninqs 


1976-77 


Barry Johnson 


1991-92 


Vernon Joines 


1989-91 


Vince Kinney 


1978-79 


Jermaine Lewis 


1996-2004 


Roland Merritt 


1970 


James Millinq 


1988-91 


Matt Murphy 


2002-2005 


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 Waeng 


2001 


Walter White 


1975-79 


Frank Wycheck 


1993-2003 


Offensive Lineme 

C.J. Brooks 2005- 


Tom Cichowski 


1967-68 


Fred Cole 


1960 


Georqe Colton 


1987 


Dave Crossan 


1965-69 


Jack Davis 


1960 


John Feuqill 


2000-2001 


Melvin Fowler 


2002- 


Ed Fulton 


1978-79 


O'Neil Glenn 


1991 


Kevin Glover 


1985-99 


Don Healy 


1958-62 


Steve Inqram 


1995, 1999 


Ben Jefferson 


1989-90 


Clarence Jones 


1991-2000 


Stan Jones 


1954-66 


Bill Kirchiro 


1962 


Mike Kiselak 


1998-99 


Pete Ladygo 


1952, '54 


J.D. Maarleveld 


1986-87 


Bob Morgan 


1954 


Joe Moss 


1952 


Ed Nickla 


1959 


Dave Pacella 


1984 


Walter Rock 


1963-73 


Stan Rogers 


1975 


Mike Sandusky 


1957-65 


Kyle Schmitt 


2005- 


Ron Solt 


1984-92 


Todd Wike 


2004 




Frank Wychec 




Kevin Glo\ £ 



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Defensive Linemen 



ohn Alderton 
oe Campbell 
ed Chapman 
:d Cooke 
lelbert Cowsette 
(arren Drozdov 
lark Duda 
ric Hicks 
Varies Hill 

,ris Jenkins 

Varies Johnson 
►tan Jones 
'ete Koch 
!ay Krouse_ 



1953 



1977-81 



1987 



1958-67 



2000-05 



1993 



1983-87 



1998- 



2002-05 



2001- 



1979-80/83 



1954-66 



1984-90 



1951-60 



ohn Lookabaugh 
Iruce Mesner 
lick Modzelewski 
lob Morgan 
ack Norris 



1946-47 
1987-88 



1953-66 



1954 



1932 



he Ogbogu 
barren Powers 
Ion Ratliff 
Valter Rock 



1998- 



1989-92 



1975 



1963-73 



lurrand Roundlree 
toger S hoals 



2004 



1963-71 



landy Starks 
J Wallace 



2004- 



1997-2000/02- 



any We bster 

landy White 

ilmer Wingate 



1992-2002 



1975-88 



1953 



Defensive Backs 




Linebackers 

Dick Absher 1967-72 


O'Brien Alston 


1988-92 


Eric Barton 


1999- 


Rod Breedlove 


1960-67 


Harry Butsko 


1%'', 


Matt D'Amico 


1989 


Chuck Faucette 


1987-88 


Ralph Felton 


1954-62 


E.J. Henderson 


2003- 


D'Qwell Jackson 


2006- 


Leon Joe 


2004- 


Shawne Merriman 


2005- 


Chip Myrtle 


1967-72, 74 


Eric Ogbogu 


1997- 


Kendall Ogle 


1999 


Neal Olkewicz 


1979-89 


Bob Pellegrini 


1956/58-65 


Phil Perlo 


1960 


Guy Roberts 


1972-77 


Scott Schankweiler 


1987 


Sean Scott 


1988 


Ratcliff Thomas 


1998-2001 


Kevin Walker 


1988-92 


Eric Wilson 


1985-87 


Kervin Wyatt 


1980 






Randy White 



onald Brown 


1986-87 


.8. Brown 


1989-2000 


om Brown 


1964-69 


loyd Burruss 


1981-93 


urome Cox 


2005- 


enard Cox 


2001 


lift Crosby 


1999-2004 


omonique Foxworth 


2005- 


d Fullerton 


1953 


ony Greene 


1971-79 


any Marshall 


1972-78 


ick Nolan 


1954-62 


ony Okanlawon 


2002 


ewis Sanders 


2000- 


en Schroy 


1977-84 


,had Scott 


1997- 


ten Scotti 


1959-64 


v smith 


1993 


had Sydnor 


1989 


teve Trimble 


1981-83 


ladieu Willliams 


2004- 


tennard Wilson 


2004-05 




J.B. Brown 



Kickers/Punters 



Dick Absher 


1967-72 


Jess Atkinson 


1985-88 


Brooks Barnard 


2003- 


Dick Bielski 


1955-63 


Gary Collins 


1962-71 


Larry Marshall 


1972-78 


Steve Mike-Mayer 


1975-80 


Nick Novak 


2005- 


Dan Plocki 


1989 


Billy Van Heusen 


1968-76 


Ron Waller 


1955-58/60 




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When it comes to engineering record-setting 
comeback victories, no one has done it better than 
Maryland's Frank Reich, who was at the controls for the 
greatest comebacks in NCAA and NFL history. 

Reich's first encounter with greatness occurred as a 
senior in 1984, when he came off the bench to lead the 
Terps to what then ranked as the biggest comeback in 
NCAA history. Down 31-0 at halftime to the defending 
national champion Miami Hurricanes, head coach Bobby 
Ross inserted Reich into the lineup in place of Stan 
Gelbaugh, and Reich proceeded to complete 12 of 16 
passes for 260 yards and three touchdowns in propel- 
ling 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 early 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 touch- 
downs as the Bills went on to win 41-38 in overtime. 



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MARYLAND 42, MIAMI 40 



Maryland 


21 21 


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Miami (Fla.| 


7 24 3 6 


-40 


1-Miam 


Bemie Kosar 1 yard run (Greq Cox kick) 


Mia, 7-0 


2-Miami 


Willie Smith 7 yard pass from Kosar (Cox kick) 


Mia, 14-0 


2-Miami 


Smith 11 yard pass from Kosar (Cox kick) 


Mia, 21-0 


2-Miami 


Cox 48 yard field qoal 


Mia, 24-0 


2-Miami 


Charles Henry 1 yard pass from Kosar (Cox kick) 


Mia, 31-0 


3-Maryland 


Greq Hill 39 yard pass from Frank Reich (Jess Atkinson kick) 


Mia, 31-7 


3-Maryland 


Reich 1 yard run (Atkinson kick) 


Mia, 31-14 


3-Miami 


Cox 19 yard field goal 


Mia, 34-14 


I-Maryjand 


Alvm Blount 1 yard pass from Reich (Atkinson kick) 


Mia, 34-21 


4-Marylar : 


Tommy Neal 14 yard run (Atkinson kick) 


Mia, 34-28 


4-Maryland 


Hill 68 yard pjiss from Reich (Atkinson kick) 


Md„ 35-34 


4-Maryland 


Rick Badaniek 4 yard run (Atkinson kick) 


Md, 42-34 


4-Miami Eddie Brown 5 yard pass from Kosar |2-pl pass failed) 

Rushing: Maryland- Badanjek 18-40, Blount 9-36, Neal 6-33, Hill 1-minus 2, Reich 6-minus 

14; Miami- Bratton 11-63. Hiqhsmith 11-43. Oliver 5-15, Kosar 4-minus 9. 


Md., 42-40 
4. Wright 1-minus 


Passing: Maryland- 

4 TD ; KIT 


Reich 12-15-260 3 TD, INT, Gelbaugh 6-14-35 TD, 1 INT Miami 


Kosar 30-50-363 


Receiving: Maryland- Hill 8-182, Holder 3-37, Blount 3-13, Abdur-Ra'oof 2-22, Badanjek 1-23, Edmunds 1-18 ; 
Miami- Smith 12-128, Bratton 7-169, Oliver 5-29, Hiqhsmith 3-24, Brown 2-12, Henry 1-1 





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BUFFALO 41, HOUSTON 38 

Houston Oilers 7 21 7 3 



-38 



Buffalo Bills 


3 28 7 


3 -41 


1 -Oilers 


9:09 


Haywood Jeffires 3 yard pass from Warren Moon (Al Del Greco kick) 


Hou, 7-0 


1 -Bills 
2-0ilers 


13:36 
6:01 


Steve Chnstie 36 yard field goal 


Hou, 7-3 


Webster Slaughter 7 yard pass from Moon (Del Greco kick) 


Hou, 14-3 


2-0ilers 


11:51 


Curtis Duncan 26 yard pass from Moon (Del Greco kick) 


Hou, 21-3 


2-0ilers 


14:46 


Jeffires 27 yard pass from Moon (Del Greco kick) 


Hou, 28-3 


3-0ilers 


1:41 


Johnny McDowell 58 yard interception return (Del Greco kick) 


Hou, 35-3 


3-Bills 


6:08 


Kenneth Davis 1 yard run (Chnstie kick) 


Hou, 35-10 


3-Bills 


7:04 


Don Beebe 38 yard pass from Frank Reich (Chnstie kick) 


Hou, 35-17 


3-Bills 


10:39 


Andre Reed 26 yard pass from Reich (Chnstie kick) 


Hou, 35-24 


3-Bills 


13:00 


Reed 18 yard pass from Reich (Christie kick) 


Hou, 35-31 


4-Bills 
4-0ilers 


11:52 
14:48 


Reed 1 7 yard pass from Reich (Chnstie kick) 
Del Greco 26 yard field goal 


Buf, 38-35 
Tie 38-38 


OT-Bills 


3:06 


Chnstie 32 yard field qoal 


Buf, 41-38 


Rushing: Oilers- White 19-75, Moon 2-7, Montgomery 1-0. Bills- Davis 13-68, Thomas 11-26, Gardner 1-5, 
Reich 1 -minus 1 


Passing: 
Receiving 
Reed 8-13 


Dilers- Moc 

Oilers- G 
6, Beebe 4 


n 36-50-371 4 TD 2 INT Bills- Reich 21-34-289 4 TD 1 INT 




vens 9-117, Jeffires 8-98, Slaughter 8-73, Duncan 8-57, Harris 2-24, White 1-11; Bills- 
64, Metzelaars 3-43, Davis 2-25, Lofton 2-24, Thomas 2-minus 3 







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182 - YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 
189 - INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 

189 - RUSHING, ALL-PURPOSE 

190 - PASSING, TOTAL OFFENSE, 

RECEIVINING 

191 - SCORING, PUNTING 

192 - PUNT & KICKOFF RETURNS 

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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.) 

Overall Conf. Conf. Final AP 

Year Record HAN PF PA Conf. Rec. Finish Coach Rank Bowl Game 



1892 


0-3-0 


0-1-0 


0-1-0 


0-1-0 


(0.0) 


128(42.7) 








Will Skinner 




1893 


6-0-0 


5-0-0 


1-0-0 




104(17.3) 


16(2.7) 








Samuel Harding 




1894 


4-3-0 


3-0-0 


1-3-0 




106(15.1) 


76 (10.9) 








J.G. Bannon 




1895 


NO TEAM 






















1896 


6-2-2 


5-2-2 


1-0-0 




112(11.2) 


34 (3.4) 








Grenville Lewis 




1897 


24-0 


2-2-0 


0-2-0 




44 (7.3) 


68(11.3) 








Grenville Lewis 




1898 


2-5-1 


1-2-0 


1-3-1 




80(10.0) 


147(18.4) 








Frank Kenly 




1899 


1-4-0 


1-1-0 


0-3-0 




26i5 2i 


157(314) 








S.M. Cooke 




1900 


3-4-1 


24-1 


1-0-0 




68(8.5) 


67 (8.4) 








F.H. Peters 




1901 


1-7-0 


14-0 


0-2-0 


0-1-0 


49(6.1) 


129(16.1) 








Emmons Dunbar 




1902 


3-5-2 


2-2-1 


0-2-1 


1-1-0 


28 (2.8) 


90 (9.0) 








D. John Markey 




1903 


7-4-0 


4-1-0 


1-3-0 


2-0-0 


104 (9.5) 


64 (5.8) 








D. John Markey 




1904 


24-2 


0-0-1 


24-1 




33(4.1) 


62 (7.8) 








D. John Markey 




1905 


64-0 


5-1-0 


1-3-0 




131(13.1) 


66 (6.6) 








Fred Neilsen 




1906 


5-3-0 


3-0-0 


2-2-0 


0-1-0 


98 (12.3) 


73(9.1) 








Fred Neilsen 




1907 


3-6-0 


1-2-0 


14-0 


1-0-0 


44 (4.9) 


71 (7.9) 








Charles Melick 




1908 


3-8-0 


34-0 


0-4-0 




27 (2.5) 


204(18.5) 








Bill Lang 




1909 


2-5-0 


1-1-0 


1-3-0 


0-1-0 


19(2.7) 


103(14.7) 








Bill Lang and Dr. Edward Larkin 


1910 


4-3-1 


2-0-0 


1-3-1 


1-0-0 


78 (9.8) 


42 (5.3) 








Royal Alston 




1911 


44-2 


4-3-2 


0-1-0 




37(3.7) 


72 (7.2) 








Charley Donnelly/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 17 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 


54-0 


2-2-0 


3-2-0 




93(10.3) 


74 (8.2) 








H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1920 


7-2-0 


3-0-0 


4-2-0 




149(16.6) 


55(6.1) 


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 


04-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1926 


54-1 


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 


14-0 


1-2-0 


186(16.9) 


144(13.1) 


SC 


2-3-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1928 


6-3-1 


3-1-0 


1-1-1 


2-1-0 


132(13.2) 


70 (7.0) 


SC 


2-2-1 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1929 


4-4-2 


1-2-1 


1-1-1 


2-1-0 


148(14.8) 


133(13.3) 


SC 


1-2-1 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1930 


7-5-0 


3-0-0 


2-4-0 


2-1-0 


231 (19.3) 


142(11.8) 


SC 


4-1-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1931 


8-1-1 


3-0-1 


2-1-0 


3-0-0 


194(19.4) 


98 (9.8) 


SC 


4-0-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1932 


5-6-0 


2-1-0 


2-2-0 


1-3-0 


148(13.5) 


158(14.4) 


sc 


1-3-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1933 


3-7-0 


2-1-0 


1-3-0 


0-3-0 


107(10.7) 


149(14.9) 


SC 


1-4-0 


9th 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1934 


7-3-0 


3-0-0 


0-3-0 


4-0-0 


143 (14.3) 


49 (4.9) 


SC 


3-1-0 


T-3rd 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1935 


7-2-2 


1-0-1 


3-0-0 


3-2-1 


127(11.5) 


78(71) 


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 


04-0 


0-3-0 


2-0-0 


86 (9.6) 


235(26.1) 


sc 


1-2-0 


12th 


Frank Dobson 




1939 


2-7-0 


1-2-0 


0-3-0 


1-2-0 


64(7.1) 


106(11.8) 


sc 


0-1-0 


14th 


Frank Dobson 




1940 


2-6-1 


0-3-1 


0-3-0 


2-0-0 


39 (4.3) 


171 (19.0) 


sc 


0-1-1 


12th 


Jack Faber/AI Heagy/AI Woods 


1941 


3-5-1 


2-1-0 


0-2-0 


1-2-1 


49 (5.4) 


196(21.8) 


sc 


1-2-0 


12th 


Jack Faber/AI Heagy/AI Woods 


1942 


7-2-0 


3-0-0 


1-2-0 


3-0-0 


198 (22.0) 


124(13.8) 


sc 


1-2-0 


13th 


Clark Shaughnessy 




1943 


4-5-0 


2-2-0 


1-3-0 


1-0-0 


105(11.7) 


194(21.6) 


sc 


2-0-0 


2nd 


Clarence Spears 
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 


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 




194b 


3-6-0 


2-2-0 


(I-4-0 


1-0-0 


136(15.1) 


193(21.4) 


sc 


2-5-0 


12th 


Clark Shaughnessy 


1947 


7-2-2 


3-0-1 


4-1-0 


0-1-1 


207 (18.8) 


121 (11.0) 


sc 


3-2-1 


T-6th 


Jim Tatum 


Gator Bowl (Georgia, T, 20-20) 


1948 


64-0 


2-2-0 


4-2-0 




207 (20.7) 


132(13.2) 


sc 


4-2-0 


6th 


Jim Tatum 




1949 


9-1-0 


4-0-0 


4-1-0 


1-0-0 


266 (26.6) 


81i8 1i 


sc 


4-0-0 


2nd 


Jim Tatum 


#14 Gator Bowl (Missouri, W, 20-7) 


1950 


7-2-1 


3-1-0 


3-1-1 


1-0-0 


274 (27.4) 


120(12.0) 


sc 


4-1-1 


5th 


Jim Tatum 




1951 


10-0-0 


5-0-0 


3-0-0 


2-0-0 


381(38 11 


75(7 5) 


sc 


5-0-0 


T-1st 


Jim Tatum 


#3 Sugar Bowl (Tennessee, W, 28-1 3) 


1952 


7-2-0 


3-0-0 


4-2-0 




218 (24.2) 


85(9 4) 








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Overall 
Record 


H 


A 


N 


PF 


PA 


Conf. 


Conf. 
Rec. 


Conf. 
Finish 


Final AP 
Coach Rank 


Bowl Game 


1953 


in l 


5-0-0 


4 0(1 


1 1 


298(27.1) 


38 (3.5) 


ACC 


3 


T-1sl 


Jim Tatum 


#1 


Oranqe Bowl (Oklahoma, L, 7-0) 


1954 


7: i 
linn 


5-0-0 
5-0-0 


2-2 1 
5-0-0 


0-1-0 


280 (28.0) 


67(6 7) 


ACC 


4-0-1 


2nd 


Jim Tatum 


#8 




1955 


217(19.7) 


77(7.0) 


ACC 


4-0-0 


T-1st 


Jim Tatum 


tf, 


Orange Bowl (Oklahoma. L, 20-6) 


1956 


2-7-1 


0-3-1 


24-0 




68(6.8) 


168(16 8) 


ACC 


2-2-1 


4th 


Tommy Mont 






1957 


5-5-0 


3-2-0 


2-3-0 




119(119) 


144(14.4) 


ACC 


4-3-0 


T-3rd 


Tommy Mont 






1958 


4-6-0 


1-2-0 


3-3-0 


0-1 


132(13.2) 


175(1/5) 


ACC 


3-3-0 


5th 


Tommy Mont 






1959 


5-5-0 


4-1-0 


1-3-0 


0-1-0 


184(18 4) 


188(18.8) 


ACC 


4-2-0 


3rd 


Tom Nugent 






1960 


6-4-0 


2-2-0 


4-2-0 




171(17 1) 


164(164) 


ACC 


5-2-0 


3rd 


Tom Nugent 






1961 


7-3-0 


4-1-0 


3-2-0 




156(15.6) 


141(14.1) 


ACC 


3-3-0 


3rd 


Tom Nugent 






1962 


6-4-0 


4-1-0 


2-3-0 




170(17.0) 


128(12.8) 


ACC 


5-2-0 


3rd 


Tom Nuqent 




1963 


3-7-0 


2-3-0 


1-3-0 


0-1-0 


148(14.8) 


201 (20 1) 


ACC 

ACC 


2-5-0 
4-3-0 


5th 

T 3rd 


Tom Nugent 
Tom Nuqent 






1964 


5-5-0 


3-2-0 


1-3-0 


1-0-0 


104(164) 


126(12 6) 




1965 


4-6-0 


14-0 


3-2-0 




132(13.2) 


164(16 4) 


ACC 


3-3-0 


T 5th 


Tom Nugent 






1966 


4-6-0 


4-1-0 


0-5-0 




180(18 0) 


204 (20.4) 


ACC 


3-3-0 


1 3rd 


Lou Saban 






1967 


0-9-0 
2-8-0 


04-0 
2-3-0 


0-5-0 




46(5.1) 


231 (25.7) 


ACC 


0-6-0 


8th 


Bob Ward 






1968 


0-4-0 


0-1-0 


171 (17.1) 


299j29.9]_ 


ACC 


2-5.0 


7th 


Boii Ward 






1969 


3-7-0 


2-3-0 


14-0 




100(10 0) 


249 (24.9) 


ACC 


3-3-0 


T-3rd 


Roy Lester 






1970 


2-9-0 


1-5-0 


1-3-0 


0-1-0 


112(10.2) 


241(219) 


ACC 


24-0 


T-6lh 


Roy Lester 






1971 


2-9-0 


24-0 


0-5-0 




224(20.4) 


283(25 7) 


ACC 


14-0 


7th 


Roy Lester 






197: 


5-5-1 


4 1-0 


14-1 




243(22.1) 


217(19.7) 


ACC 


3-2-1 


3rd 


Jerry Claiborne 






1973 


8-4-0 


4-2-0 


3-1-0 


1-1-0 


335 (27.9) 


141(11.8) 


ACC 


5-1-0 


2nd 


Jerry Claiborne 


#20 


Peach Bowl (Georgia, L, 17-16) 


1974 


84-0 


5-1-0 


2-1-0 


1-2-0 


312(26.0) 


150(12.5) 


ACC 


6-0-0 


1st 


Jerry Claiborne 


#13 


Liberty Bowl (Tennessee. L 7-3) 


1975 


9-2-1 


4-1-0 


4-1-1 


1-0-0 


312(26.0) 


150(12 5) 


ACC 


5-0-0 


1st 


Jerry Claiborne 


#13 


GatorBowl (Florida, W, 13-0) 


1976 


11-1-0 


6-0-0 


5-0-0 


0-1-0 


294 (24.5) 


115 i0 6; 


ACC 


5-0-0 


1st 


Jerry Claiborne 


#8 


Cotton Bowl (Houston, L, 30-21) 


1977 


8-4-0 


4-2-0 


3-2-0 


1-0-0 


254(21.2) 


170(14 9) 


ACC 


4-2-0 


T-3rd 


Jerry Claiborne 




Hall of Fame Bowl (Minnesota, W, 17-7) 


1978 


9-3-0 


4-1-0 


5-1-0 


0-1-0 


261 (21.8) 


167(13.9) 


ACC 


5-1-0 


2nd 


Jerry Claiborne 


#20 


Sun Bowl (Texas, L, 42-0) 


1979 


7-4-0 


5-1-0 


2-3-0 




198(18.0) 


135(12 3) 


ACC 


4-2-0 


T-2nd 


Jerry Claiborne 






1980 


8-4-0 


5-1-0 


3-2-0 


0-1-0 


211(176) 


165(13.8) 


ACC 


5-1-0 


2nd 


Jerry Claiborne 




Tangerine Bowl (Flonda. L, 35-20J 


1981 


4-6-1 


2-2-0 


24-1 




232(21.1) 


194(17.6) 


ACC 


4-2-0 


3rd 


Jerry Claiborne 






1982 


8-4-0 


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, L, 21-20) 


1983 


84-0 


5-1-0 


3-2-0 


0-1-0 


316(26.3) 


253(21.1) 


ACC 


6-0-0 


1st 


Bobby Ross 




Fla. Citrus Bowl (Tennessee, L, 30-23) 


1984 


9-3-0 


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) 


1985 


9-3-0 


4-1-0 


3-1-0 


2-1-0 


326 (27.2) 


192(16.0) 


ACC 


6-0-0 


1st 


Bobby Ross 


#18 


Cherry Bowl (Syracuse, W, 35-18) 


1986 


5-5-1 


1-3-0 


4-2-0 


0-0-1 


262 (23.8) 


211 (19.2) 


ACC 


2-3-1 


5th 


Bobby Ross 






1987 


4-7-0 


3-1-0 


1-5-0 


0-1-0 


194(17.6) 


301 (27.4) 


ACC 


3-3-0 


5th 


Joe Krivak 






19S8 


5-6-0 


3-2-0 


24-0 




260 (23.6) 


304 (27.6) 


ACC 


4-3-0 


T4th 


Joe Krivak 






1989 


3-7-1 


2-3-0 


14-0 


0-0-1 


215(19.5) 


238(21.6) 


ACC 


2-5-0 


6th 


Joe Krivak 






1990 


6-5-1 


3-1-0 


3-3-0 


0-1-1 


237 (19.8) 


284 (23.7) 


ACC 


4-3-0 


4th 


Joe Krivak 




Independence Bowl (La. Tech, T, 34-34) 


1991 


2-9-0 


1-3-0 


1-5-0 


0-1-0 


138(12.5) 


302 (27.5) 


ACC 


2-5-0 


6th 


JoeKnvak 






199: 


3-8-0 


24-0 


14-0 




292 (26.5) 


365 (33.2) 


ACC 


2-6-0 


8th 


Mark Duffner 






1993 


2-9-0 


14-0 


1-5-0 




243(22.1) 


479 (43.5) 


ACC 


2-6-0 


T-7th 


Mark Duffner 






1994 


4-7-0 


3-2-0 


1-5-0 




270 (24.5) 


326 (29.6) 


ACC 


2-6-0 


7th 


Mark Duffner 






1995 


6-5-0 


3-2-0 


3-3-0 




210(19.1) 


251 (22.8) 


ACC 


44-0 


T-5th 


Mark Duffner 






1996 


5-6-0 


4-2-0 


1-3-0 


0-1-0 


187(17.0) 


239(21.7) 


ACC 


3-5-0 


T-6th 


Mark Duffner 






1997 


2-9-0 


1-5-0 


14-0 




161 (14.6) 


355 (32.3) 


ACC 


1-7-0 


8th 


Ron Vandertinden 






1998 


3-8-0 


2-3-0 


14-0 


0-1-0 


202(18.4) 


290 (26.4) 


ACC 


1-7-0 


T-8th 


Ron Vandertinden 






1999 


5-6-0 


3-3-0 


2-3-0 




292 (26.5) 


260 (23.6) 


ACC 


2-6-0 


T-8th 


Ron Vandertinden 






2000 


5-6-0 


4-2-0 


14-0 




247 (22.5) 


284 (25.8) 


ACC 


3-5-0 


T-6th 


Ron Vandertinden 






2001 


10-2-0 


7-0-0 


3-1-0 


0-1-0 


390 (35.5) 


210(19.1) 


ACC 


7-1-0 


1st 


Ralph Fnedgen 


#11 


Oranqe Bowl (Florida, L, 56-23) 


2002 


11-3-0 


6-1-0 


4-1-0 


1-1-0 


451 (32.2) 


228 (16.3) 


ACC 


6-2-0 


T-2nd 


Ralph Friedqen 


#13 


Peach Bowl (Tennessee, W, 30-3) 


2003 


10-3-0 


6-0-0 


3-3-0 


1-0-0 


406(31.1) 


206(15.8) 


ACC 


6-2-0 


2nd 


Ralph Fnedgen 


#17 


Gator Bowl (West Virginia, W, 41-7) 


2004 


5-6-0 


4-2-0 


14-0 




195(17.7) 


220 (20.0) 


ACC 


3-5-0 


T-8th 


Ralph Friedqen 






:oo5 


5-6-0 


14-0 


3-2-0 


1-00 


270 (24.5) 


275 (25.0) 


ACC 


3-5-0 


T4thi A0( 


Ralph Fnedgen 







All-Time Composite Totals 

All-Time Record 


576-50543 (.532) 


Total Games 




1 125 


Home 




312-174-17 (.636) 


At Byrd Stadium (since 1950) 




180-106-1 (.629) 


Away 




200-276-16 (.423) 


Neutral 




65-55-10 (.538) 


Points Scored 




19,348 


Points Aqainst 




17,661 


Bowl Games 




8-10-2 (.450) 



All Conference Games 



South Atlant ic Intercollegiate Athletic Assoc. Games 
Southern Conference Games 



1-1-0 (.500) 



Atlantic Coast Conference Games 
Total Atlantic Coast Conference Games 



ACC FINISHES <"«3-2oo«) 
First Fifth 

Second 



Third 



11 



Fourth 



Sixth 


5 


Seventh 


4 


Eighth 


6 



65-55-9 (.523) 



188-1544(549) 



346 



ACC FINISHES ""• "" 

First Fourth 1 



Second 







Fifth 







Third 







Sixth 







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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 



Game-by-game results for every Maryland football 
season since 1892 Maryland was known as Maryland 
Agricultural College from 1892-1915, 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 Griffith 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 
HC — indicates homecoming games 
T — 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 

! at Clifton Park. Md 

1 893 D.C. CHAMPIONS 

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 

N11 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 Orient 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 64 

N21 at Colonial Athletic Club L 0-26 

N29 at Mount St Mary's ' L 0-24 



1895 



NO TEAM 



1896 

6-2-2(5-2-2.1-0) 

Head Coach: Grenville Lewis 

O10 Eastern High L 0-6 

017 Gallaudet T 0-0 

021 Business High W34-0 

029 Central High W 10-6 
N4 Alexandna 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 

U. 2-4-0 (2-2, 0-2) 

Head Coach: Grenville Lewis 
IB 016 Central High W 24-6 

O20 EastemHigh W4-0 

030 Johns Hopkins L 6-30 

N13 at St John's (Annapolis) L 4-6 

N17 Gallaudet L 6-16 

N20 at Baltimore Medical ' L 0-10 

' at Baltimore, Md (Electric Park) 



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 

1-4-0 (1-1, 0-3) 

Head Coach: S M Cooke 

014 Western Maryland L 0-21 

025 EastemHigh W 26-0 

028 at Johns Hopkins L 0-40 

N8 at Delaware L 0-34 

N10 at St John's (Annapolis) L 0-62 

1900 

3-4-1 (2-4-1, 1-0) 
Head Coach: F.H Peters 

012 Western High T 0-0 

020 Gibraltar Athletic Club L 0-17 

024 Georgetown Prep L 0-5 

030 Episcopal High L 6-34 

N12 Georgetown Prep W 15-0 

N13 GonzagaHigh L 5-11 

N24 Gonzaga High W 21-0 

N29 at Charlotte Hall Academy W 21-0 

1901 

1-7-0(1-4.0-2,0-1) 

Head Coach: Emmons Dunbar 

05 at Delaware L 6-24 

016 Gallaudet L 10-11 

019 Johns Hopkins ' L 0-6 

030 Central High L 0-11 

N9 Rock Hill L 6-11 

N13 US Mannes W 27-0 

N16 at Walbrook Athletic Club L 0-36 

N23 Western Maryland L 0-30 

' at Amencan Legion Park 

1902 

3-5-2 (2-2-1, 0-2-1, 1-1) 
Head Coach: D John Markey 

015 Georgetown L 0-27 

018 Mount SI. Joesph's W 5-0 

022 Columbian (G.W.) W 11-10 

025 Olympia Athletic Club' W 6-0 

N1 at Washington College T 0-0 

N8 at Mount St 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, D.C. 

- at Amencan Legion Park 

1903 

7-4-0(4-1,1-3,2-0) 

Head Coach: D John Markey 

S28 Georgetown L 0-28 

02 Clifton Athletic Club W 5-0 

07 Gunton Temple W 21-0 

011 Washington College W 28-0 

017 at St John's (Annapolis) L 0-18 

028 Tech High' W 27-0 

031 at Columbian W 6-0 

N7 at Mount St. Mary's L 0-2 

N14 Western Maryland ' W 6-0 

N21 Old Maryland (Baltimore) W 11-0 

N27 at Delaware 1 L 0-16 

' at Washington, DC 

at Wilmington. Del 



1904 

2-4-2(0-0-1,2-4-1) 

Head Coach: D John Markey 

524 at Georgetown L 0-22 

01 Randolph Macon T 0-0 

08 at Fort Monroe T 0-0 

015 at Mount St. Mary's W 11-6 

022 at Western Maryland L 0-5 

N5 at Ok! Maryland (Baltimore) L 0-6 

N19 at Gallaudet W 22-5 

N26 at Delaware' L 0-18 

1 at Wilmington. Del 

1905 

6-4-0 (5-1, 1-3) 

Head Coach: Fred Neilsen 

07 Baltimore Poly Institute W 20-0 

014 Gallaudet W 16-0 

021 Western Maryland L 0-10 

025 at Navy L 0-17 

028 Mount St Joseph's W 28-0 

N4 at William& Mary W 17-0 

N11 SI. John's (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 

529 Tech High W 5-0 

06 Baltimore City College W 22-0 

O10 at Navy L 0-12 

013 Georgetown ' L 0-28 

O20 at Mount Washington L 0-29 

N10 at St John's (Annapolis) W 20-4 

N17 at Rock Hill W 16-0 

N24 Washington College W 35-0 

' at Washington, DC (Griffith Stadium) 

1907 

3-6-0 (1-2, 1-4, 1-0) 

Head Coach: Charles Melick 

S28 Tech High W 13-0 

Georgetown L 0-10 

05 at Richmond L 5-11 

09 at Navy L 0-12 

012 at Mount St Mary's L 6-12 

026 George Washington ' W 10-0 

N9 at Washington College W 10-5 

N16 St John's (Annapolis) L 0-16 

N23 at Gallaudet L 0-5 

' at Washington. D.C (Griffith Stadium) 

1908 

3-8-0 (3-4, 0-4) 

Head Coach: Bill Lang 

S26 Tech High L 5-6 

530 Central High W 50 

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 Washington College L 0-11 

1909 

2-5-0 (1-1, 1-3, 0-1) 

Head Coach: Bill Lang and Dr Edward Larkin 

525 Tech High L 0-11 

02 at Richmond L 0-12 
09 at Johns Hopkins L 0-9 

016 Rock Hilt W5-0 

023 George Washington ' L 0-26 

030 at NC State L 0-33 

N6 at Gallaudet W 14-12 

' at Washington. D C (Griffith Stadium) 



1910 

4-3-1 (2-0, 1-3-1, 1-0) 
Head Coach: Royal Alston 

526 Central High W 12-0 

01 at Richmond W 20-0 

08 at Johns Hopkins T 11-11 

015 Catholic U W 21-0 

019 George Washington ' . W 11-0 

N12 at Virginia Military L 0-8 

N19 at St John's (Annapolis) L 0-6 

N24 at Western Maryland L 3-17 

' at Washington. D.C. (Gnffith Stadium) 

1911 

4-4-2 (4-3-2, 0-1) 

Head Coach: Charley Donnelly/H C "Curley" Byrd 

Tech High W 6-0 

S30 Richmond T 0-0 

014 Fredncksburg (Va.) W 5-0 

Central High L 0-14 

021 Johns Hopkins L 3-6 

028 Catholic U T 6-6 

N4 St John's (Annapolis) L 0-27 

N11 at Washington College L 5-17 

N18 Western Maryland W 6-0 

N25 Gallaudet W 6-2 

1912 

6-1-1 (4-0-0, 2-1-1) 

Head Coach: H C "Curley" Byrd 

S28 Tech High W 31-6 

05 Richmond W 46-0 

013 at Johns Hopkins W 13-0 

019 Old Maryland (Baltimore) W 58-0 

026 at St. John's (Annapolis) L 0-27 

N9 Gallaudet W 13-7 

N23 at Western Maryland W 17-7 

N30 at Pennsylvania Military T 13-13 

1913 

6-3-0(4-2,2-1) 

Head Coach: H C "Curley - Byrd 

527 Baltimore City College W 27-10 

04 Richmond W 45-0 

011 at Johns Hopkins W 26-0 

018 Western Maryland W 46-0 

025 at Navy L 0-76 

N8 at St John's (Annapolis) W 13-0 

N14 Washington College W 20-0 

N22 Gallaudet L 0-26 

N27 Pennsylvania Military ' L 7-27 

1914 

5-3-0 (3-1, 2-2) 

Head Coach: HC "Curley" Byrd 

S26 Baltimore Poly L 0-6 

03 Catholic U W 6-0 

010 at Western Maryland L 13-20 

024 at Johns Hopkins W 14-0 

027 at St John's (Annapolis) W 10-0 
N6 Washington College W 3-0 
N13 at Gallaudet L 0-23 
N25 at Pennsylvania Military ' W 26-0 

1915 

6-3-0 (6-0, 0-3) 

Head Coach: H C "Curley" Byrd 

S25 Baltimore Poly W 31-0 

02 atHaverford L 0-7 

09 at Catholic U L 0-16 

016 Gallaudet W 10-3 

023 Pennsylvania Military W 14-13 

O30 St John's (Annapolis) W 27-14 

N6 Washington College W 28-13 

N13 Western Maryland W 51-0 

N25 at Johns Hopkins ' L 0-3 13,000 



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i-2-0 (4-1, 2-1) 

-load Coach: H C "Curley" Byrd 

36 Dickinson W 6-0 

311 at Navy L 7-14 

J18 Virginia Military W 15-9 

•325 Havertord L 6-7 

49 SI John's (Annapolis) W 31-6 

(16 Catholic U W 13-9 

423 at New York U W 10-7 

430 at Johns Hopkins' W 54-0 7,000 



1917 



W-1|3-0, 1-2-1.0-1) 

tad Coach: H C "Cudey" Byrd 

36 Delaware W 20-0 

313 at Navy L 0-62 

320 at Virginia Military T 14-14 

327 Wake Forest W 29-13 

43 NC Stale I 6-10 

410 SI John's (Annapolis) W 13-3 

117 at Penn Slate 1 0-57 

430 at Johns Hopkins ' W 7-0 

81 Washington. DC. (Central H.S. Stadium) 



1918 



1-1-1 (1-1, 1-0-1, 2-0) 

lead Coach: H.C. "Curley' Byrd 

326 AmencanU L 6-13 

12 at Virginia Military W 7-6 

49 Western Maryland ' W 19-0 

416 NewYorkU W 6-2 

423 St John's (Annapolis) ' W 19-14 

428 al Johns Hopkins r T 0-0 

at Baltimore, Md (Homewood Field) 



1919 



i-4-0 (2-2, 3-2) 

lead Coach: HC "Cudey - Byrd 

34 Swarthmore L 6-10 

311 at Virginia W 13-0 

318 at West Virginia L 0-27 

325 Virginia Tech L 0-6 

41 at Yale L 0-31 

(6 at St John's (Annapolis) W 27-0 
415 Catholic U. . W 13-0 

422 Western Maryland W 20-0 

427 at Johns Hopkins" W 14-0 15,000 



1920 



'•2-0 (3-0, 4-2) 

iAIAA: 1-1-0 

lead Coach: H.C. "Cudey" Byrd 

25 Randolph Macon W 54-0 

32 at Rutgers 1 0-6 

39 -alPnnceton L 0-35 

316 Washington College W 27-0 

323 • at Virginia Tech W 7-0 

330 at North Carolina W 130 

46 at Catholic U W 14-0 

(13 at Syracuse W 10-7 

(25 Johns Hopkins ' W 24-7 

1921 

1*1(0-1,2-3, 1-1-1) 

SC: 1-2-0 

lead Coach: H C "Cudey' Byrd 

31 at Rutgers W 30 

36 at Syracuse L 042 

315 St John's (Annapolis) L 37 

322 • Virginia Tech ' W 10-7 

329 • North Carolina ; I 7-16 

45 atYale 10-28 

(12 at Catholic U W 16-0 

(19 at Carnegie Tech I 0-21 

424 -NC State"' TM 

at Washington, DC 
al Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium) 



1922 

4-5-1 (0-0-1, 3-5, 1-0) 

SC: 1-2-1 

Head Coach: H C "Cudey" Byrd 

S30 Third Army Corps' W 7-0 

07 • Richmond . T 0-0 

014 at Pennsylvania L 0-12 

021 at Princeton .1 0-26 

028 • at North Carolina L 327 

N4 • at Virginia Tech L 0-2) 

N11 atYale L 3-45 

N18 at Johns Hopkins W 3-0 

N25 at Catholic U W 54-0 

N30 • at NC Slate 1 W 7-6 

at Baltimore. Md (Homewood Field) 

1923 

7-2-1 (5-0. 2-1. 0-1-1) 

SC: 3-1-0 

Head Coach: H C "Cudey" Byrd 

S29 Randolph Macon W 53-0 

06 at Pennsylvania W 3-0 

013 •Richmond W 23-0 

O20 • Virginia Tech ' L 9-16 

027 • North Carolina W 14-0 

N3 St John's (Annapolis) W 28-0 

N10 atYale L 14-16 20,000 

N17 ■ at NC State W 26-12 

N24 Catholic U. •« W 40-6 3,000 

N29 Johns Hopkins '■ T 6-6 

' al Washington, DC (Griffith Stadium) 

■ at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 

1924 

3-3-3 (2-1-1. 1-1-1. 0-1-1) 

SC: 2-2-1 

Head Coach: H C "Cudey" Byrd 

S27 Washington College W 23-0 

04 • Washington & Lee L 7-19 

011 -Richmond W 38-0 

018 -Virginia Tech' L 0-12 

025 • at North Carolina W 6-0 

N1 at Catholic U T 0-0 

N8 atYale L 047 20,000 

N15 • NC State T 0-0 

N27 Johns Hopkins " T 0-0 20,000 

1 at Washington D C. (Central H.S. Stadium) 

■ at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Stadium) 



1925 



2-5-1(1-1,0-2,1-2-1) 

SC04-0 

Head Coach: H C "Cudey' Byrd 

S26 Washington College W 13-0 

O10 Rutgers' W 16-0 

017 -Virginia Tech ■ L 0-3 

024 -at Virginia L 0-6 

031 • North Carolina ' L 0-16 

N7 atYale .1 1443 

N14 • Washington 8 Lee L 37 

3500 N26 Johns Hopkins T - T 7-7 

' at Philadelphia. Pa 

: at Washington. D C (Griffith Stadium) 

1 at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 

1926 

54-1(3-0-1,1-3. 1-1) 
SC: 1-3-1 
9 000 Head Coach: HC "Cudey" Byrd 

S25 Washington College W 63-0 

02 • at South Carolina L 0-12 

09 at Chicago L 0-21 

016 -Virginia Tech' L 324 

023 • North Carolina W 14-6 

O30 Gallaudet W 337 

N6 atYale W 15-0 

N13 -Virginia T 36 

N20 -at Washington* Lee L 33 

N25 Johns Hopkins "■ W 17-14 

' at Norfolk, Va. 

■ at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 



1927 

4-7-0(2-1,14.1-2) 

SC: 2-3-0 

Head Coach: H C "Curley' Byrd 

S24 Washington College W 80-0 

01 South Carolina W 26-0 

08 • at North Carolina L 6-7 

015 ■ Virginia Tech W 13-7 

022 -at Virginia Military W 10-6 

029 • Washington & Lee L 6-13 

N5 atYale L 6-30 32,000 

N12 -at Virginia.. L 0-21 

N19 al Vanderbilt L 20-39 

N24 Johns Hopkins ' L 1314 18,000 

D3 Flonda '., L 6-7 

' at Norfolk. Va 

■' at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 
at Jacksonville, Fla (Municipal Stadium) 

1928 

6-3-1 (3-1, 1-1-1, 2-1) 

SC: 2-2-1 

Head Coach: H C 'Cudey' Byrd 

S29 Washington College W 31-0 

06 ■ North Carolina L 1326 

013 al South Carolina L 7-21 

O20 Western Maryland W 13-6 

027 • at Virginia Military T 0-0 

N3 • Virginia Tech ' L 6-9 

N10 atYale W 6-0 

N17 -Virginia" W 18-2 6,000 

N24 -Washington 8 Lee' W 6-0 

N29 Johns Hopkins " W 26-6 

' at Norfolk. Va. 

• at Washington, DC (Griffith Stadium) 

1 at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 

1929 

4-4-2 (1-2-1, 1-1-1, 2-1) 

SC: 1-2-1 

Head Coach: H C "Cudey" Byrd 

S27 Washington College W 34-7 

05 • North Carolina L 043 

012 South Carolina L 6-26 

019 at Gallaudet W 13-6 

026 -at Virginia Military L 6-7 

N2 ■ Virginia ^ T 1313 

N9 atYale T 1313 

N16 ■ Virginia Tech ' W 24-0 

N28 JohnsHopkins" W 39-6 

D7 Weslem Maryland ' L 0-12 12.000 

'at Norfolk, Va 

! at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 

1930 

7-5-0(3-0,24,2-1) 

SC: 4-1-0 

Head Coach: H.C "Cudey" Byrd 

S27 Washington College W 60-6 

04 atYale L 1340 

011 • al North Carolina L 21-28 

018 St John's (Annapolis) W 21-13 

025 • at Virginia Military W 20-0 

N1 -al Virginia W 14-6 

N8 • Washington S Lee * W 41-7 20.000 

N15 -Virginia Tech' W 137 

N22 at Navy L 0-6 25,000 

N27 Johns Hopkins' 7 W 21-0 

N29 at Vanderbilt L 7-22 

D6 Western Maryland ' L 37 

'at Norfolk, Va 

! at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 



1931 

8-1-1 (3-0-1, 2-1, 3-0) 

SC: 4-0-0 

Head Coach: H C "Cudey" Byrd 

S26 Washington College W 13-0 

03 • Virginia W 7-6 

O10 Navy W 30 

017 Kentucky , T 36 

024 • at Virginia Military W 41-20 

031 • at Virginia Tech W 20-0 

N7 atVanderbill L 12-39 

N21 • Washington & Lee* W 13-7 

N26 Johns Hopkins W 3314 

D5 Western Maryland ' W 41-6 

' at Washington. D C (Gnffith Stadium) 
1 at Baltimore Md (Memonal Stadium) 

1932 

36-0 (2-1, 2-2, 1-3) 

SC: 1-30 

Head Coach: H C 'Cudey" Byrd 

S24 Washington College W 630 

01 -al Virginia L 37 

08 ■ Virginia Tech L 323 

015 -atDuke. .1 334 

022 St John's (Annapolis) W 24-7 

029 at Virginia Military W 12-7 

N5 Vanderbilt ' L 313 

N12 Navy ' L 7-28 

N19 • at Washington & Lee W 30 

N24 Johns Hopkins W 23-0 

D3 Western Maryland ' L 7-39 

' at Washington, D C (Gnffith Stadium) 
1 at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 

1933 

3-7-0 (2-1, 1-3, 0-3) 

SC: 14-0, 9th 

Head Coach: HC "Cudey" Byrd 

S30 SL John's (Annapolis) W 230 

07 • Virginia Tech ' L 314 

014 at Tulane ,L 320 

021 -at Virginia Military L 1319 

028 Western Maryland ' L 7-13 

N4 -at Virginia L 36 

N11 -Duke 1 7-38 

N18 at Johns Hopkins W 27-7 

N25 • Washington S Lee * W 3313 

D2 Florida 1 L 319 

'at Norfolk, Va. 

' at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Stadium) 

1 at Tampa, Fla 



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1934 

7-3-0 (3-0, 0-3, 4-0) 
SC: 3-1-0, T-3nd 

Head Coach: H.C."Cuitey"By!d 

S29 St. John's (Annapolis) W 13-0 4,500 

06 • at Washington S Lee L 0-7 

013 at Navy L 13-16 

O20 • Virginia Tech ' W 14-9 

027 Florida 2 W 21-0 

N3 -Virginia* W 20-0 7,000 

N10 -Virginia Military 2 W 23-0 

N17 at Indiana L 14-17 

N24 Georgetown W 6-0 

N29 Johns Hopkins" W 19-0 

1 at Norfolk, Va. 

1 at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 

1935 

7-2-2(1-0-1,3-0, 3-2-1) 

SC: 3-1-1, 3rd 

Head Coach: Jack Faber 

S28 St. John's (Annapolis) W 39-6 

05 'Virginia Tech 1 W 7-0 

012 ■ North Carolina ' L 0-33 

019 -at Virginia Military W 6-0 

026 atFlonda W 20-6 14,000 

N2 - at Virginia W 14-7 

N9 Indiana' L 7-13 

N16 • Washington S Lee HC T 0-0 8,000 

N23 Georgetown 2 W 12-6 

N28 Syracuse" T 0-0 5,000 

D4 Western Maryland ' W 22-7 

' at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Stadium) 

2 at Washington, DC (Griffith Stadium) 

1936 

6-5-0 (1-2, 2-2, 3-1) 

SC: 3-2-0, T-5th 

Head Coach: Frank Dobson 

S26 St. John'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 1 W 20-0 

031 atFlonda L 6-7 

N7 at Richmond W 12-0 

N14 • Virginia Military* L 7-13 

N21 Georgetown L 6-7 

N26 ■ Washington & Lee " W 19-6 

D5 Western Maryland ' L 0-12 

' at Roanoke, Va 

2 at New York, NY (Polo Grounds) 

3 at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 

1 937 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE 

8-2-0(3-0.2-2,3-0) CHAMPIONS 

SC: 2-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Frank Dobson 

S25 St. John's (Annapolis) W 28-0 

02 at Pennsylvania L 21-28 

09 Western Maryland W 6-0 7,000 

016 at Virginia W 3-0 

023 H |17] Syracuse' W 13-0 8.000 

O30 Florida* W 13-7 

N6 • at Virginia Military W 9-7 

N13 at Penn State L 14-21 

N20 Georgetown 2 W 12-2 22,000 

N25 ■ Washington & Lee " W 8-0 9,600 

' at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Stadium) 
2 at Washington, D.C. (Griffith Stadium) 

1938 

2-7-0 (0-4, 0-3, 2-0) 

SC: 1-2-0, 12th 

Head Coach: Frank Dobson 

S24 -Richmond L 6-19 

01 at Penn State L 0-33 

08 at Syracuse L 0-53 

015 Western Maryland ' W 14-8 

022 Virginia L 19-27 6,000 

029 • Virginia Military L 14-47 4.000 

N12 atFlonda L 7-21 10.000 

N19 Georgetown L 7-14 

N24 • Washington S Lee " . W 19-13 1,000 

' at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Stadium) 



4,000 



15.000 



12,000 
13.000 
7,000 



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1939 

2-7-0 (1-2. 0-3, 1-2) 
SC: 0-1-0, 14th 
Head Coach: Frank Dobson 

S30 Hampden-Sydney W 26-0 

07 Western Maryland ' W 12-0 

014 at Virginia L 7-12 

021 at Rutgers L 12-25 

028 Florida* L 0-14 7,000 

N4 at Penn State L 0-12 

N11 Georgetown 2 L 0-20 15,000 

N18 • Virginia Military ' L 0-13 

N30 Syracuse' L 7-10 5,000 

' at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 
2 at Washington, DC. (Griffith Stadium) 

1 at Norfolk, Va 

1940 

2-6-1 (0-3-1, 0-3, 2-0) 
SC: 0-1-1, 12th 
Head Coach: Jack Faber 

S28 Hampden-Sydney L 6-7 5,000 

05 at Pennsylvania L 0-51 52,000 

012 Virginia* L 6-19 9,000 

019 atFlonda L 0-19 

025 Western Maryland ' W 6-0 

N9 [-] [9) Georgetown L 0-41 

N16 • at Virginia Military L 0-20 

N21 Rutgers" W 14-7 

N30 • Washington S Lee T 7-7 

' at 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 10,000 

011 [-] [4) • Duke ' L 0-50 

018 Florida W 13-12 7,500 

025 [-] [12] at Pennsylvania L 6-55 40,000 

N1 at Rutgers L 0-20 

N8 Georgetown • L 0-26 

N15 • Virginia Military L 0-27 6,000 

N20 -Washington 8 Lee" W 6-0 4,000 

' at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 

2 at Washington, D C (Griffith Stadium) 

1942 

7-2-0 (3-0, 1-2, 3-0) 

SC: 1-2-0, 13th 

Head Coach: Clark Shaughnessy 

S27 Connecticut W 34-0 

03 Lakehurst Naval Air Station W 14-0 

O10 Rutgers' W 27-13 

017 -at Virginia Military L 0-29 

024 Western Maryland ' W 51-0 

031 Florida 2 W 13-0 10,000 

N7 • at Duke L 042 

N14 at Virginia W 27-12 

N21 • Washington 8. Lee * W 32-28 7,500 

' at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 
2 atWashington, DC (Griffith Stadium) 



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 -Wake Forest W 13-7 

09 Richmond Army Air Base W 19-6 

016 at West Virginia L 2-6 

023 Penn State* L 0-45 

O30 at Greenville Air Base W 43-18 

N6 at Virginia L 0-39 

N13 at Bainbridge Naval L 0-46 

N25 -Virginia Military" W 21-14 

' at Roanoke, Va. 

1944 

1-7-1 (0-3-1, 0-3. 1-1) 

SC: 1-1, 6th 

Head Coach: Clarence Spears 

S29 Hampden-Sydney L 0-12 

07 -at Wake Forest L 0-39 

014 West Virginia T 6-6 

021 Michigan State L 0-8 

N4 Virginia*' L 7-18 

N11 at Michigan State L 0-33 

N18 Penn State L 19-34 

N25 atFlonda L 6-14 

N30 -Virginia Military 12 W 8-6 

' at Washington, DC (Griffith Stadium) 
2 at Roanoke. Va 

1945 

6-2-1 (3-1, 2-1-1, 1-0) 

SC: 3-2-0, T-5th 

Head Coach: Paul "Bear" Bryant 

S28 Guilford W 60-6 

06 -at Richmond W 21-0 

012 U.S. Merchant Manne W 22-6 

020 -at Virginia Tech L 13-21 

027 at West Virginia T 13-13 

N3 • William & Mary L 14-33 

N10 • Virginia Military* W 38-0 

N24 [-] [13] Virginia ' W 19-13 

D1 • at South Carolina W 19-13 

' at Washington, DC (Griffith Stadium) 

1946 

3-6-0(2-2,0-4,1-0) 

SC: 2-5-0, 12th 

Head Coach: Clark Shaughnessy 

S28 Bainbridge Naval W 54-0 

04 • Richmond L 7-37 

012 ■ at North Carolina L 0-33 

018 -Virginia Tech W 6-0 

N2 -at William& Mary L 741 

N9 • South Carolina L 17-21 

N16 • Washington & Lee ' ... W 24-7 

N23 at Michigan State L 14-26 

N30 • at NC State L 7-28 

' at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 



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1947 

7-2-2 (3-0-1, 4-1. 0-1-1) 

SC: 3-2-1. T-6th 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S27 • al South Carolina W 19-13 

03 Delaware . W 43-19 

O10 'Richmond W 18-6 

018 [-1 |17] • al Duke L 7-19 

.025 • al Virginia Tech W 21-19 

N1 West Virginia - W 27-0 

N8 alDuguesne W 32-0 

N15 H [19] ■ North Carolina L 0-19 

,N22 at Vanderbill W 20-6 

N29 • NC State T 0-0 

Gator Bowl 

J1 Georgia T 20-20 

' at Washington, O C (Griffith Stadium! 

1 at Jacksonville, Fla (Gator Bowl) 

1948 

6-4 (2-2. 4-2) 

SC: 4-2-0, 6th 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S25 -at Richmond W 19-0 

02 at Delaware W 21-0 
09 • Virginia Tech W 28-0 
1016 H |18] -Duke" L 12-13 
,023 ■ George Washington W 47-0 
;029 at Miami W 27-13 
N6 ■ at South Carolina W 19-7 
•N13 I-] |6) • North Carolina L 20-49 
,N20 at Vanderbill L 0-34 

JC7 at West Virginia L 14-16 

tome games at Griffith Stadium in Washington, DC. 

1949 

9-1-0 (4-0, 4-1.1-0) 

SC : 2nd 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S24 • at Virginia Tech W 34-7 

530 Georgetown W 33-7 

'08 |-| |13| at Michigan Slate L 7-14 

022 • at NC State W 14-6 

»29 ■ South Carolina * W 44-7 

N5 • George Washington W 40-14 

N12 |-| [15] at Boston University W 14-13 

N24 [15] H West Virginia ' W 47-7 

JDS [14] [-] at Miami W 134 

Gator Bowl 

12 [14] [20] Missoun* W 20-7 

-'inal AP Poll #14 

I at Jacksonville, Fla (Gator Bowl) 

1950 

'•2-1 (3-1. 3-1-1. 1-0) 

4-1-1 5th 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll #15 

523 [15] [-] at Georgia L 7-27 

1530 [15] [-] Navy W 35-21 

07 [-] [2] at Michigan State W 34-7 

014 [8] [-] Georgetown' W 25-14 

021 [8] [-] -NC State L 13-16 

028 -at Duke W 26-14 

1* [16] [-] • George Washington W 23-7 

J11 [18] [-] • at North Carolina T 7-7 

m ■ at West Virginia W 41-0 

)2 • Virginia Tech W 63-7 

at Washington. DC (Grrffrth Stadium' 




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 



16,117 
35,000 



18,409 



35,000 
43,836 
39,376 
8.869 
24.502 
22,577 
18,272 
32,000 
16.000 
11.773 



1951 




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334 


9.000 


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25.732 


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43-7 


32,000 


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27-0 
354 
40-21 
534 
54-7 


31,237 




35,000 




23.612 




38.000 


• NC State 


17.140 


•West Virginia 


14.385 








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1952 

7-2-0 (3-0, 4-2) 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

Preseason AP Poll #2 

S20 |2| [-[ at Missoun W 13-10 18,000 

S27 [2] [-1 at Auburn, W 13-7 27,000 

04 [3] [-] 'Clemson ,...W 28-0 32,000 

011 [4] [19] at Georgia W 37-0 34.000 
018 [2] [20] Navy W 38-7 44.746 
025 [2] [-] Louisiana State" W 34-6 30.000 
N1 [2] [-] at Boston U W 34-7 32.568 
N15 [3] [11] at Mississippi L 14-21 32.500 
N22 [8] [14] atAlabama L 7-27 33.178 
Final AP Poll #13 

1953 NATIONAL 

10-1-0 (5-0. 4-0. 1-1) 

ACC: 344. Co-Champions CHAMPIONS 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

Preseason AP Poll #9 

S19 [9] [-] atMissoun W 204 21.000 

S26 [9| [-] Washington & Lee W 524 35.000 

03 [3| [-] -at Clemson W 204 25.000 

O10 [4| H Georgia W 40-13 27.000 

017 p| [-] • at North Carolina W 264 35.000 

023 [3] [-] al Miami W 304 42.157 

O30 [2| [-] -South Carolina* W 24-6 22,000 

N7 [2] [-) George Washington' W 27-6 8,000 

N14 |2| |11] Mississippi W 384 35,000 

N21 |2| [11] Alabama W 21-0 36,000 

Orange Bowl 

J1 [1] [4] Oklahoma- L 0-7 68,640 

Final AP Poll #1 

'at Washington, DC (Gnffith Stadium) 

■ at Miami. Fla (Orange Bowl) 

1954 

7-2-1 (5-0, 2-2-1) 

ACC: 44-1, 2nd 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

Preseason AP Poll #3 

S18 [3] [-] at Kentucky W 20-0 36.000 

01 [6] [4] at UCLA L 7-12 73,376 

09 [13] [-] -at Wake Forest T 13-13 12,000 

016 -North Carolina W 334 26,000 

022 [-] [16] at Miami L 7-9 52,506 

O30 -at South Carolina W 204 24,000 

N6 -NC State* W 42-14 

N13 [17] [-] -Clemson W 164 21,000 

N20 [13] [-] George Washington W 484 

N25 [10] [-] Missoun' W 74-13 20,000 

Final AP Poll #8 

1 955 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE 

10-14(5-0.54.0-1) CHAMPIONS 

ACC: 4-0-0, Co-Champions 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll #8 

S17 [8] [-] atMissoun W 13-12 18.000 

S24 [5] [1] UCLA W 74 46.000 

01 [1] [20] at Baylor W 204 39.000 

08 [1] [-] -Wake Forest W 28-7 16,000 

015 [2[ [-] • at North Carolina W 25-7 30,000 

022 [2] [-] at Syracuse W 34-13 32,500 

029 [1] [-1 -South Carolina* W 274 25,000 

N5 [1] [-] Louisiana State W 134 28.000 

N12 [2[ [-] -at Clemson W 25-12 30,000 

N19 I2J [-] George Washington W 194 20.000 

Orange Bowl 

J2 [31 |1| Oklahoma' L 6-20 76,561 

Final AP Poll #3 
at Miami, Fla (Orange Bowl) 

1956 

2-7-1 (0-3-1, 2-4) 

ACC: 2-2-1. 4th 

Head Coach: Tommy Mont 

Preseason AP Poll #6 

S22 [6) [-] Syracuse L 12-26 

S29 • at Wake Forest W 64 13.000 

06 [-] [16] Baylor L 0-14 25.000 

012 [-] [11] at Miami L 6-13 44.304 

020 -at North Carolina L 6-34 21.000 

027 [-1 [4] at Tennessee L 7-34 33.500 

N3 Kentucky* . L 0-14 20.000 

N10 [-1 (111 -Clemson ,.T 64 18.000 

N17 • at South Carolina L 0-13 

N22 • at NC State" W 25-14 4.500 



1957 

5-5-0 (3-2, 2-3) 

ACC ■• if) T-3rd 

Head Coach: Tommy Mont 

S21 [-] |2| alTexasA&M L 13-21 

S28 -NC Slate L 13-48 

05 [-] [4] -at Duke L 0-14 

012 -Wake Forest W 274 

019 [-] [14] • North Carolina W 21-7 

026 Tennessee L 0-16 

N2 • at South Carolina W 104 

N9 -at Clemson L 7-26 

N15 at Miami W 164 

N23 -Virginia ,. W 124 

1958 

4-6-0(1-2.3-3.0-1) 

ACC: 3-34, 5th 

Head Coach: Tommy Mont 

S20 -at Wake Forest L 0-34 

S27 -atNCState W 214 

04 [-] [10] -Clemson L 04 

011 Texas A&M L 10-14 

018 -at North Carolina L 0-27 

025 [-] [5] at Auburn L 7-20 

N1 ■ South Carolina W 104 

N8 Navy' L 14-40 

N14 at Miami W 26-14 

N22 -at Virginia W 444 

at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Stadium) 

1959 

5-5-0 (4-1, 1-3, 0-1) 

ACC: 4-24, 3rd 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S19 West Virginia W 27-7 

S26 [-1 [15] a' T «as L 0-26 

03 [-] [20] at Syracuse L 0-29 

O10 -Wake Forest L 7-10 

017 • North Carolina W 14-7 

031 • al South Carolina L 6-22 

N7 Navy' L 14-22 

N14 [-] [11] -at Clemson W 28-25 

N21 -Virginia*, W 55-12 

D5 • NC State ... W 33-28 

' al Balfjmore. Md (Memonal Stadium) 

1960 

6-4-0 (2-2, 4-2) 

ACC: 5-24, 3rd 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S17 

S24 [-] [15] 

01 

08 

015 [-] [8] 

022 

029 

N5 

N12 

N19 -at Virginia W 44-12 

1961 

7-3-0 (4-1, 3-2) 

ACC: 3-34. 3rd 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

Preseason AP Poll received votes 

S23 al Southern Methodist W 144 

S30 -at Clemson. W 24-21 

07 [-] IT] Syracuse W 22-21 

014 [101 H -North Carolina L 8-14 

021 Air Force W 214 

028 -al South Carolina L 10-20 

N4 Penn State* W 21-17 

N11 -NC State W 10-7 

N18 -Wake Forest W 10-7 

N25 •atWgima... L 16-28 

' at Denver, Colo (Hill Top Stadium) 





L 0-34 


•Duke 


L 7-20 


• al NC State 


L 10-13 


• Clemson 

• at Wake Forest 

• South Carolina " c 


W 19-17 
W 14-13 
W 154 
L 9-28 


• at North Carolina 


W 22-19 



1962 



25,000 
24,000 
25,000 
16,000 
43,000 
26,000 
18.000 
28,000 
42,701 
10,500 



G DOC 

11,000 
24 000 



20.000 
30,035 
26,747 
18,000 



30,000 
47,000 
30,000 
21,000 
22,000 
20,000 
32,000 
26,000 
16.000 
15.000 



18,000 
31.000 
25.000 
14,000 
18,000 
11,000 
21,000 
30.126 
26.000 
14.000 



17.000 
28.000 
35.000 
23.000 
21.500 
18.000 
39.000 
25.000 
24.000 
20,000 



O 

o 



6-44(4-1,2-3) 

ACC: 5-24. 3rd 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S22 Southern Methodist W 74 

S29 -al Wake Forest W 13-2 

06 -atNCState W 144 



33.000 
12.000 
13.000 



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019 

027 

N3 

N10 

N17 

N24 



■ North Carolina W 31-13 26.000 

al Miami L 24-28 50,000 

• South Carolina HC W 13-11 32,000 

at Penn State L 7-23 41,834 

■ at Duke L 7-10 26.000 

•Clemson L 14-17 23,000 

•Virginia W 40-18 18.000 



1963 

3-7-0 (2-3. 1-3, 0-1) 

ACC: 2-5-0. 5th 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S21 • 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 [-1 |4] aINavy L 7-42 

N16 -at Clemson L 6-21 

N28 •Virginia-' W 21-6 

' ai 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 [-] [2] Oklahoma L 3-13 

S26 • South Carolina W 24-6 

03 • at NC State L 13-14 

O10 -atDuke 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 NugenI 

S25 OhioU W 24-7 

02 Syracuse L 7-24 

09 • al 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 -at Clemson W 6-0 

N20 -Virginia L 27-33 

D4 Penn State L 7-19 

1966 

4-6-0 (4-1, 0-5) 
ACC: 3-3-0. T-3rd 
Head Coach: Lou Saban 

S17 at Penn State L 7-15 

S24 -Wake Forest W 34-7 

01 at Syracuse L 7-28 

08 -Duke W 21-19 

015 West Virginia W 28-9 

029 • South Carolina " c W 14-2 

N5 ■ at NC State L 21-24 

N12 -Clemson L 10-14 

N19 • at Virginia ...L 1741 

N26 at Flonda Slate L 2145 

1967 

0-9-0 (0-4, 0-5) 

ACC: 0-6-0, 8th 

Head Coach: Bob Ward 

S30 al Oklahoma L 0-35 

07 Syracuse L 3-7 

014 [-] [9| -NC State L 9-31 

021 • at North Carolina L 0-14 

028 ■ at South Carolina L 0-31 

N4 Penn Stale L 3-38 

N11 -atClemson L 7-28 

N17 -atWakeForesI L 17-35 

N25 -Virginia L 7-12 



28,550 
13.550 
20.000 
21.000 
32,000 
5.000 
35,550 
30,000 
30,000 
15,000 



36,500 
23,500 
14,800 
27,000 
28,000 
22,000 
33,500 
40,000 
26,500 
17,500 



28,000 
35,000 
18,000 
30,000 
30,000 
30,000 
28,000 
26,000 
21.000 
24,000 



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 



1968 

2-8-0(2-3,0-4,0-1) 

ACC: 2-5-0, 7th 

Head Coach: Bob Ward 

521 Flonda Slate L 14-24 33.600 

528 at Syracuse L 14-32 26,591 

05 -Duke' L 28-30 21,000 

012 • North Carolina W 33-24 27,480 

019 ■ South Carolina W 21-19 28.200 

026 -atNCState L 11-31 29,700 

N2 -atWake Forest L 14-38 15,500 

N9 -Clemson L 0-16 27,300 

N16 [-] [3] Penn State L 13-57 30,000 

N23 -at Virginia L 23-28 16,000 

at Norfolk, Va 

1969 

3-7-0 (2-3, 1-4) 
ACC: 3-3-0, T-3rd 
Head Coach: Roy Lester 

S20 al West Virginia L 7-31 31,000 

S27 -NC State L 7-24 28.400 

04 -atWakeForesI W 19-14 16,000 

011 Syracuse L 9-20 23,400 

018 -Duke W 20-7 26,700 

025 -at South Carolina L 0-17 42,756 

N1 -atClemson L 040 20.000 

N8 Miami-Ohio* L 21-34 20,000 

N15 [-] [5] atPennState L 048 42,000 

N22 -Virginia W 17-14 22,000 

1970 

2-9-0(1-5, 1-3,0-1) 
ACC: 24-0. T-6th 
Head Coach: Roy Lester 

S12 Villanova L 3-21 24.500 

S19 -atDuke L 12-13 12,877 

S26 ■ North Carolina L 20-53 20,806 

02 at Miami L 11-18 30.190 

O10 at Syracuse L 7-23 19.872 

017 • South Carolina MC W 21-15 15.400 

024 -NC State' L 0-6 18,200 

031 -Clemson L 11-24 12.500 

N7 Penn State L 0-34 23,400 

N21 -at Virginia W 17-14 14,000 

N28 West Virginia L 10-20 12,821 

' al Norfolk. Va. 

1971 

2-9-0 (2-4, 0-5) 
ACC: 14-0. 7lh 
Head Coach: Roy Lester 

S11 Villanova L 13-28 22,600 

S18 -NC State W 35-7 16,500 

S25 • at North Carolina L 14-35 43,000 

02 -Wake Forest L 14-18 16,200 

09 Syracuse L 13-21 20,100 

016 at South Carolina L 6-35 45,653 

023 at Florida L 23-27 53,012 

O30 Virginia Military HC W 38-0 22,300 

N6 [-1 [6] at Penn Stale L 27-63 50,144 

N13 -atClemson L 14-20 25,000 

N20 -Virginia L 27-29 12.600 

1972 

5-5-1(4-1.1-4-1) 

ACC: 3-2-1. 3rd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

S9 • at NC State T 24-24 31,000 

S16 • North Carolina L 26-31 28,000 

S23 Virginia Military W 28-16 22,000 

S30 at Syracuse L 12-16 15.681 

07 -Wake Forest W 23-0 15.000 

014 Villanova HC W 37-7 26.842 

021 -at Duke L 14-20 21,300 

028 -at Virginia W 24-23 21,500 

N4 [-I |101 atPennState L 1646 58,171 

N11 -Clemson W 31-6 29,326 

N18 al Miami L 8-28 17,342 

1973 

8-4-0 (4-2, 3-1, 1-1) 

ACC: 5-1-0. 2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

S15 West Virginia L 13-20 35,112 

522 -at North Carolina W 23-3 37,500 

529 Villanova W 31-3 31,260 

06 Syracuse W 38-0 32,800 

013 ■ at NC State I 22-24 39,200 

020 ■ al Wake Forest W 37-0 19,500 



^N/ii \ / 

027 -Duke' W 30-10 20,500 

N3 H (61 Penn Slate L 2242 44,135 

N10 -Virginia* W 33-0 22,300 

N17 -atClemson W 28-13 31,500 

N24 [181 |17] Tulane W 42-9 19,416 

Peach Bowl 

D28 (18) [-] Georgia 2 L 16-17 38.107 

Final AP Poll #20 

' at Norfolk. Va (Oyster Bowl) 

J at Atlanta. Ga (Fulton County Stadium) 

1 974 ACC CHAMPIONS 

8-4-0 (5-1, 2-1, 1-2) 
ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll #14 

S14 [14J PI Alabama L 16-21 54,412 

S21 [14] [-] Florida' L 10-17 41,140 

S28 • North Carolina W 24-12 17,8( 

05 at Syracuse W 31-0 19,130 

012 -Clemson W 41-0 32,644 

019 [18] (-1 -WakeForest" W 47-0 31,136 

026 [151 ("1 -NC State W 20-10 49,647 

N2 [15] [10] atPennState L 17-24 60,125 

N9 [14] [-] Villanova W 41-0 42.331 

N16 [13] [-] -Duke 1 W 56-13 24,000 

N23 |11] [-] - at Virginia W 10-0 22,100 

Liberty Bowl 

D16 [10] [20] Tennessee 1 L 3-7 

Final AP Poll #13 

1 at Tampa, Fla (Tampa Stadium) 

; at Norfolk, Va. (Foreman Field) 

' at Memphis, Tenn (Liberty Bowl Memonal Stadium) 

1 975 ACC CHAMPIONS 

9-2-1 (4-1, 4-1-1, 1-0) 
ACC: 5-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll #17 

S6 [17] [-] Villanova W 41-0 41,362 

S13 [14] [20] atTennessee L 8-26 74,161 

S20 • at North Carolina W 34-7 43,000 

S27 [20] [-] at Kentucky T 10-10 55,000 

04 Syracuse * W 24-7 43,863 

011 -NC State W 37-22 39.221 

018 [19] [-] • al Wake Forest W 27-0 19.300 

N1 [14] [9] Penn State L 13-15 58,973 

N8 [16] [-] atCincinnati W 21-19 16,478 

N15 -atClemson W 22-20 35,400 

N22 [20] [-] -Virginia W 62-24 44,867 

Gator Bowl 

D29 [17] [13] Florida' W 13-0 64,012 

Final AP Poll #13 

' at Jacksonville, Fla (Gator Bowl) 

1 976 ACC CHAMPIONS 

11-1-0(6-0,5-0,0-1) 
ACC: 5-0-0. Champions 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll #12 

S11 [12] H Richmond W 31-7 41,0 

S18 [10] [-] at West Virginia W 24-3 35,107 

S25 [8] [-] at Syracuse W 42-28 21,109 

02 [7] [-] Villanova W 20-9 38,131 

09 [7] [-] • at NC State W 16-6 38.500 

016 [5] [-] -WakeForest W 17-15 46,321 

023 [6] |-| -atDuke W 30-3 20,200 

O30 [5] |-| Kentucky W 24-14 43,013 

N6 [6| (-I Cincinnati W 21-0 45,315 

N13 [6| [-] -Clemson* W 20-0 40,288 

N20 [6] [-1 • at Virginia W 28-0 23,100 

Cotton Bowl 

Jt [4[ [6] Houston' L 21-31 

Final AP Poll #8 

' al Dallas. Texas (Cotton Bowl) 



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II* *** III 

1977 

8-4-0(4-2, 3-2. 1-0) 

ACC 4-2-0. T-3rd 

Hud Coach; Jerry Claiborne 

Preseason AP Poll #10 

'S10 |10| |-1 -alClemson W 21-14 

1S17 [11] H West Virginia L 16-24 

,S24 H |5] alPenn Slale L 9-27 

01 • at NC Stale L 20-24 

: 06 Syracuse W 24-10 

1 015 -al Wake Forest W 35-7 

022 -Duke" W 31-13 

029 ■ North Carolina L 7-16 

N5 Villanova W 19-13 

\\: al Richmond W 27-24 

•Virginia W 28-0 

Hall of Fame Bowl 

Minnesota' W 17-7 
i ' at Birmingham, Ala (Legion Field) 

1978 

9-3-0(4-1,5-1,0-1) 
ACC 5 1-0 2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

S9 Tulane W 31-7 

<S16 [20] |-| at Louisville W 24-17 

IS23 |16] H • at North Carolina W 21-20 

iS30 [15] I-] Kentucky W 20-3 

16? |12] [20] -NC Slate* W 31-7 

014 [10] [-] al Syracuse W 24-9 

,021 [6] [-] -Wake Forest W 39-0 

028 [5] [-] -at Duke W 27-0 

1N4 [5] [2] at Penn Slate L 3-27 

|N11 [13] I-] ■ al Virginia W 17-7 

IN18 [11] [12] -Clemson L 24-28 

Sun Bowl 

'023 [13] [14] Texas' L 042 

Final AP Poll #20 
,'al El Paso Texas (Sun Bowl) 



1979 



7-4-0 

ACC 

Head 

S8 

S15 

*S22 

06 
013 
O20 
027 
rfl 
|N17 



(5-1,2-3) 

4-2-0, T-2nd 

Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

Villanova W 24-20 

•at Clemson W 19-0 

Mississippi Slate W 35-14 



H [17| 



H [18] 



al Kentucky 
Penn Slate 

• al NC Slate 

• al Wake Forest .. 



L 7-14 

,.L 7-27 

L 0-7 

L 17-25 

•alDuke W 27-0 

• North Carolina * W 17-14 

Louisville W 28-7 

■Virginia W 17-7 



1980 

*4-0(5-1.3-2,0-1) 

UCC: 5-1-0. 2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



[19] [14] 
H [6] 
H l'4] 



>6 
513 

520 
527 
104 
01' 
: 018 
I025 
N1 
N15 

'.:; 

Tangerine Bowl 
.020 



Villanova W 7-3 

Vanderbilt W 31-6 

at West Virginia W 14-11 

• at North Carolina L 3-17 

at Pittsburgh L 9-38 

Penn State L 10-24 

•Wake Forest W 11-10 

■alDuke W 17-14 

•NC State'- W 24-0 

•Clemson W 34-7 

- al Virginia W 31-0 



Flonda ' 



L 20-35 



' at Orlando, Fla (Tangerine Bowl) 

1981 



|«.1 
KC 

Meao 
512 

51? 



(2-2,2-4-1) 

4-2-0, 3rd 

Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

at Vanderbilt L 17-23 

WestVirginia L 13-17 

• at NC State W 34-9 

at Syracuse T 17-17 

a! Flonda L 10-15 

•al Wake Forest W 45-33 

•Duke" ,._... W 24-21 

• North Carolina L 10-17 
at Tulane L 7-14 





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 



H 
H 



•alClemson L 7-21 

•Virginia W 48-7 



31,684 
52,274 
37.212 
57,800 
52,348 
39,800 
26,050 
34,200 
35,618 
25,104 
26,071 



32.650 
27.150 
48,038 
51,400 
47,409 
48,123 
36,472 
17.400 
40,016 
32,650 
22,407 

52,541 



38,624 
38,300 
47,500 
32,000 
56,316 
25.500 
31.800 
32.100 
32,474 
64.000 

:'3c; 



1982 

8-4-0(5-1,3-2,0-1) 

ACC: 5-1-0. 2nd 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross 

S11 |-| |7| at Penn Slate L 31-39 

S18 H [17] at Wesl Virginia L 18-19 

S25 ' • NC Stale W 23-6 

02 al Syracuse W 26-3 

09 Indiana Stale W 38-0 

016 -Wake Forest W 52-31 

023 -Duke" W 49-22 

O30 H [10| • at North Carolina W 31-24 

N7 [19] [-1 Miami W 18-17 

N13 [18] [11] -Clemson L 22-24 

N20 [19] [-1 ■ at Virginia W 45-14 

Aloha Bowl 

D25 [16] |9] Washington' L 20-21 

Final AP Poll #20 

' at Honolulu, Hawaii (Aloha Stadium) 



84,597 
56,042 
34,300 
30,214 
31,500 
35,100 
40,100 
51,319 
43.200 
51.750 
20.002 

30,055 



1 983 ACC CHAMPIONS 

8-4-0 (5-1, 3-2, 0-1) 
ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 
Preseason AP #17 

S10 [17] |-| at Vanderbilt W 21-14 40,856 

S17 [17] [20] WestVirginia L 21-31 54,715 

S24 |-| |17] Pittsburgh W 13-7 48,500 

01 [19] |-| -Virginia W 23-3 40,200 

08 [16] [-] Syracuse W 34-13 43,700 

015 [16] H 'atWakeFores! W 36-33 22,300 

022 [15] [-] -Duke" c W 38-3 40,100 

029 [13] [3] • North Carolina W 28-26 51.200 

N5 [7] [3] al Auburn L 23-35 75.600 

N12 [11] [17] -atClemson" L 27-52 81.000 

N19 [20] [-] • at NC State W 29-6 32.300 

Florida Citrus Bowl 

D17 [16] [-] Tennessee L 23-30 50.185 

' at Orlando, Fla (Flonda Citrus Bowl) 

" Clemson ineligible for ACC tide, game counts as Maryland win in ACC standings 

1 984 ACC CHAMPIONS 

9-3-0(2-2.5-1.2-0) 
ACC: 6-0-0. Champions 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 

S8 Syracuse L 7-23 38,850 

S15 Vanderbilt L 14-23 34,100 

S22 I-] [17] at West Virginia W 20-17 58,353 

S29 -Wake Forest W 38-17 32.700 

06 [-] [11] at Penn Stale L 24-25 85.456 

013 -NC Slate" W 44-21 43.450 

027 -atDuke W 43-7 17,500 

N3 • al North Carolina W 34-23 48,000 

N10 [-] [6] at Miami W 4240 31,548 

N17 [-] [20] •Clemson' W 41-23 60,575 

N24 [18] [-] • at Virginia W 45-34 43.017 

Sun Bowl 

D22 [12] [-] Tennessee 1 W 28-27 50.126 

Final AP Poll #12 

1 at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 

3 at El Paso, Texas (Sun Bowl) 

1 985 ACC CHAMPIONS 

9-3-0(4-1,3-1,2-1) 
ACC: 6-0-0, Champbns 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 
Preseason AP Poll #7 

S7 [7] [19] PennState L 18-20 50,750 

S14 [17] [-] Boston College ' W 31-13 30,210 

S21 [17] [-] WestVirginia W 28-0 51.250 

S28 [17] [12] at Michigan L 0-20 105.282 

05 -atNCState W 31-17 29.500 

019 -atWakeForest W 26-3 23.700 

026 -Duke W 40-10 46.175 

N2 • North Carolina *■ W 28-10 49,800 

N9 [-] [8] Miami' L 22-29 62,350 

N16 -atClemson W 34-31 78,037 

N29 -Virginia W 33-21 48,950 

Cherry Bowl 

D21 Syracuse 1 W 35-18 51,858 

Final AP Poll #18 

' at Foxboro, Mass tSullivan Stadium) 
\ at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadiumi 
! at Ponbac, Mich (PonDac Silverdome) 



1986 

5-5-1 (1-3, 4-2, 0-0-1) 

ACC: 2-3-1, 5th 

Head Coach: Bobby Ross 

51 at Pittsburgh W 10-7 48,120 
S13 Vanderbilt W 35-21 45,275 
S20 at Wesl Virginia W 24-3 63.500 
S27 [13] [-] -NC State, L 16-28 44,920 

011 Boston College * L 25-30 45,380 

018 -Wake Forest I >1-27 39.650 

025 • al Duke W 27-19 18,600 

N1 ■ al North Carolina L 30-32 46.000 

N8 [-] |2] at Penn State L 15-17 85,651 

N15 [-] [15] -Clemson' ..... T 17-17 58.758 

N28 ■ at Virginia W 42-10 27.800 

' at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 

1987 

4-7-0 (3-1, 1-5, 0-1) 

ACC: 3-3-0. 5th 

Head Coach: Joe Knvak 

S5 at Syracuse ,L 11-25 35.234 

S12 -Virginia W 21-19 35,550 

S19 WestVirginia W 25-20 40,125 

S26 • al NC State L 1442 44,300 

O10 [-] [3] at Miami L 1646 43,020 

017 -atWakeForest W 14-0 25,175 

024 -Duke" W 23-22 37,400 

031 -North Carolina L 14-27 35.425 

N7 [-] [16] Penn Stale' ,1 16-21 62.500 

N14 [-] [9] -atClemson L 1645 78.000 

N21 al Vanderbilt L 24-34 34.816 
' at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 

1988 

5-6-0 (3-2, 24) 
ACC: 4-3-0, T4lh 
Head Coach: Joe Knvak 

S3 Louisville W 27-16 30.457 

S17 [-] [12] at West Virginia L 24-55 60,188 

S24 -NC Slate W 30-26 32,291 

01 atSyracuse L 9-20 45,197 

08 -Georgia Tech W 13-8 36,969 

015 -WakeForest"- L 24-27 41,278 

022 -atDuke W 34-24 23,800 

029 ■ at North Carolina W 41-38 45,000 

N5 al Penn Slate L 10-17 78,000 

N12 [-] [16] -Clemson L 2549 45.000 

N19 • at Virginia L 23-24 30,600 

1989 

3-7-1 (2-3, 14, 0-0-1) 

ACC: 2-5-0, 6th 

Head Coach: Joe Knvak 

52 -atNCState I 6-10 41,780 
S9 [-] [17] Wesl Virginia L 10-14 45,000 

S16 Western Michigan W 230 20.354 

S23 [-] [7] -atClemson L 7-31 77.000 

S30 [-] [6] at Michigan L 2141 104,877 

07 ■ at Georgia Tech L 24-28 32,062 

014 -atWakeForest W 27-7 17.500 

021 -Duke* L 2546 38,617 

028 • North Carolina W 38-0 27,441 

N11 [-] [13] PennState' T 13-13 61,215 

N18 |-j [16] -Virginia L 2148 38.113 
" at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadiumi 

1990 

6-5-1(3-1,3-3,0-1-1) 

ACC: 4-3-0, 4 th 

Head Coach: Joe Knvak 

S1 Virginia Tech W 20-13 34.198 

S8 [-] [25] at West Virginia W 14-10 64.950 

S15 [-] (16] -Clemson' L 17-18 39.255 

S22 -NC Slate ,W 13-12 25,371 

S29 [-J [6] at Michigan. L 1745 102.894 

06 [-] [23] -Georgia Tech L 3-31 31.941 

013 -WakeForest* W 41-13 27,554 

O20 -atDuke W 23-20 23200 

027 -at North Carolina L 10-34 46,000 

N10 [-] [21] at Penn State ...L 10-24 83.000 

N17 [-] [8] -at Virginia... W 35-30 43.500 

Independence Bowl 

D15 Louisiana Tech ■ _T 34-34 48.325 

' at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 

: at Shreveport. La (Independence Stadium) 



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1991 

2-9-0 (1-3, 1-5,0-1| 

ACC: 2-5-0, 6th 

Head Coach: Joe Krtvak 

S7 -Virginia W 17-6 36,198 

S14 H [22] Syracuse L 17-31 41,310 

S21 Wesl Virginia L 7-37 40,442 

05 [-] [17] at Pittsburgh L 20-24 38,328 

012 • at Georgia Tech L 10-34 42,011 

019 • at Wake Forest W 23-22 17,342 

026 -Duke" L 13-17 35,423 

N2 • at North Carolina L 0-24 50,000 

N9 [-] [9] Penn State ' L 7-47 57,416 

N16 [-] [15] -atClemson L 740 73,000 

N23 [-] [22] • at NC State L 17-20 36,491 

' at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium) 

1992 

3-8-0 (2-4, 1-4) 
ACC: 2-6-0, 8th 
Head Coach: Mark Duffner 

S5 [-] [25] • at Virginia L 15-28 44,400 

S12 [-] [19] • NC State L 10-14 27,550 

S19 at West Virginia L 33-34 55,727 

S26 [-] [9] at Penn State L 1349 95,818 

03 Pittsburgh W 47-34 35.891 

O10 [-) [17] -Georgia Tech L 26-28 26.250 

017 -WakeForest" L 23-30 31,132 

024 -atDuke W 27-25 17,850 

031 [-] [22] ■ North Carolina L 24-31 22,099 

N7 [-] [6] • at Flonda State L 21-69 64,127 

N14 -Clemson W 53-23 25,223 

1993 

2-9-0 (1-4, 1-5) 

ACC: 2-6-0, T-7th 

Head Coach: Mark Duffner 

S4 -Virginia L 2943 35,015 

S11 [-] [14] • at North Carolina L 42-59 50,000 

S18 West Virginia L 3742 42,008 

S25 at Virginia Tech L 28-55 38.829 

02 [-[ [8] Penn State L 7-70 42,008 

09 • at Georgia Tech L 0-38 36,218 

016 -Duke* W 26-18 31,487 

O30 -atClemson L 0-29 62,000 

N6 [-] [1] • Florida State L 2049 36,255 

N13 • at NC State L 2144 35,120 

N20 -at Wake Forest W 33-32 12,521 

1994 

4-7-0 (3-2, 1-5) 
ACC: 2-6-0. 7th 
Head Coach: Mark Duffner 

S3 -atDuke L 1649 20,831 

S10 [-] [4] -Flonda State L 20-52 38,014 

S17 at West Virginia W 24-13 62,852 

S23 -WakeForest W 31-7 24,787 

01 -atClemson L 0-13 68.000 

015 [-| [15] -at North Carolina L 1741 48.500 

022 -Georgia Tech W 42-27 30.429 

029 Tulane HC W 38-10 24.456 

N5 -NC State L 4547 27.126 

N12 [-] [21] - at Virginia L 2146 40,900 

N19 atSyracuse L 16-21 48,309 

1995 

6-5-0 (3-2, 3-3) 

ACC: 44-0, T-5th 

Head Coach: Mark Duffner 

S2 at Tulane W 29-10 18,159 

S9 • North Carolina W 32-18 32,215 

S16 West Virginia W 31-17 48,055 

S23 [24] [-] -Duke W 41-28 41,015 

S28 [17] [-] • at Georgia Tech L 3-31 44,137 

07 • at Wake Forest „ W 9-6 19,107 

021 -Clemson HC ,.., L 0-17 43,603 

028 at Louisville L 0-31 36,386 

N4 • at NC State W 30-13 45,652 

N11 [-] [14] -Virginia L 18-21 45,720 

N18 [-] [6| • at Flonda Slate ......I 17-59 68,400 

1996 

5-6-0(4-2,1-3,0-1) 

ACC: 3-5-0, T-6th 

Head Coach: Mark Duffner 

A31 Northern Illinois W 30-6 32,517 

S7 Alabama-Birmingham W 39-15 30,057 

S14 [-] [22] -alVirgima L 3-21 39.200 

S28 [-] [23] at West Virginia .1 0-13 54,542 

05 -NC State L 8-34 32,550 



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012 [-] |13] • at North Carolina . L 7-38 47,000 

019 -WakeForest* W 52-0 30.212 

026 -atDuke W 22-19 18.751 

N2 -atClemson L 3-35 60,000 

N14 -Georgia Tech W 13-10 22,510 

N23 [-] [3] • Florida State ' L 1048 31.989 

1 at Miami, Fla (Pro Player Stadium) 

1997 

2-9-0 (1-5, 1-4) 

ACC: 1-7-0, 8th 

Head Coach: Ron Vanderlinden 

S6 Ohio L, 14-21 30,100 

S13 [-1 [5] • at Flonda State L 7-50 72,237 

S20 [-] [6| • North Carolina L 1440 30,084 

527 at Temple W 24-21 12,872 

04 -Duke W 16-10 23,206 

011 West Virginia L 14-31 31,210 

018 -atWakeForest L 17-35 17,893 

025 -Clemson MC L 9-20 27,270 

N1 -Virginia L 045 23,479 

N8 • at NC State L 2845 43,500 

N22 -at Georgia Tech L 18-37 35.276 

1998 

3-8-0 (2-3, 1-4, 0-1) 

ACC: 1-7-0, T-Sth 

Head Coach: Ron Vanderlinden 

S5 James Madison W 23-15 36,547 

S12 [-] [12] - at Virginia L 19-31 42,800 

S19 (-] [19] at West Virginia L 2042 52,279 

S26 Temple W 30-20 27,047 

03 I-] [9] • Florida State L 10-24 33,134 

010 -atClemson L 0-23 73,000 

017 -WakeForest" c L 10-20 23.419 

031 [-! [231 • Georgia Tech ' L 14-31 25,183 

N7 ■ at North Carolina L 13-24 51,200 

N14 -atDuke W 42-25 15,272 

N21 -NC State L 21-35 21,589 

1 at Baltimore, Md. (PSINet Stadium) 

1999 

5-6-0 (3-3, 2-3) 

ACC: 2-6-0, T-8th 

Head Coach: Ron Vanderlinden 

S9 at Temple W 6-0 25,322 

S11 Western Carolina W 51-10 36,376 

S18 West Virginia W 33-0 33,169 

S30 [-] [9] -at Georgia Tech L 3149 44,612 

09 -atWakeForest W 17-14 19,321 

016 -Clemson L 3042 34,097 

023 • North Carolina W 45-7 27,077 

O30 • Duke K ........ L 22-25 30,222 

N6 • at NC State L 17-30 47,211 

N13 [-] [1] • at Florida State L 1049 80,340 

N20 -Virginia L 30-34 32,334 

2000 

5-6-0 (4-2, 1-4) 

ACC 3-5-0, T-6th 

Head Coach Ron Vanderlinden 

S9 Temple W 17-10 46,950 

S16 at West Virginia L 17-30 53,007 

S23 Middle Tennessee W 45-27 31,126 

528 [■] [2] -Flonda State L 7-59 47,044 

07 -at Virginia L 23-31 53,655 

014 [-] [5] -atClemson L 14-35 85,000 

021 -WakeForest" W 37-7 26.544 

028 -atDuke W 20-9 20.033 

N4 -NC State W 35-28 (2ot) 28.410 

N11 • at North Carolina L 10-13 40,000 

N18 [-] [22] -Georgia Tech L 22-35 24,701 

2001 ACC CHAMPIONS 

10-2-0(7-0,3-1,0-1) 
ACC: 7- 1-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Ralph Friedgen 

S1 • North Carolina W 23-7 44,080 

S8 Eastern Michigan W 50-3 42,105 

S22 -atWakeForest W 27-20 22,372 

529 WestVirginia W 32-20 40,166 

06 [25] |-] -Virginia W 41-21 44,197 

011 [22J [15] -at Georgia Tech W 20-17 (ol) 40.574 

O20 [12] [-] -Duke* W 59-17 43,528 

027 [10] [18] -at Florida State L 31-52 82,565 

N3 [15] [-] Troy Stale W 47-14 38,415 

N10 (13] [-] -Clemson W 37-20 52,462 

N17 [10] [-] • at NC State W 23-19 51,500 

FedEx Orange Bowl 

J2 [6] [5] Flonda' I 23-56 73,640 

Final AP Poll #11 
at Miami, Fla (Pro Player Stadium) 



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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 [21] [-] vs. Notre Dame' L 0-22 

S7 Akron W 44-14 

S14 [-[ [5] -Flonda State L 10-37 

S21 E Michigan W 45-3 

S28 Wofford W 37-8 

05 at West Virginia W 48-17 

017 -GeorgiaTech W 34-10 

026 -atDuke W 45-12 

N2 • at North Carolina W 59-7 

N9 [25] [14] -NC State" W 24-21 

N16 [19] [-] -atClemson W 30-12 

N23 [18] [-] -at Virginia L 1348 

N30 [25] [-] -WakeForest W 32-14 

Chick-hi-A Peach Bowl 

D31 [18] I-] vs Tennessee' W 30-3 68,330 

Final AP Poll #13 

' at East Rutherford, N.J. (Giants Stadium); ; at Atlanta, Ga (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] [-] at Northern Illinois L 13-20 (ot) 

S6 [-] [11] • at Flonda State L 10-35 

S13 The Citadel W 61-0 

S20 WestVirginia.... W 34-7 

S27 at Eastern Michigan W 37-13 

04 -Clemson W 21-7 

011 -Duke W 33-20 

023 ■ at Georgia Tech L 3-7 

N1 • North Carolina "° W 59-21 

N13 -Virginia W 27-17 

N22 • at NC State W 26-24 

N29 -atWakeForest W 41-28 

Toyota Gator Bowl 

J1 [23] [20] vs. West Virginia' W 41-7 

Final AP Poll #17 

' at Jacksonville, Fla. (ALLTEL Stadium) 

2004 

5-6-0 (4-2, 14) 

ACC: 3-5-0, T-8th 

Head Coach: Ralph Fnedgen 

Preseason AP Poll #22 

S4 [22] [-] Northern Illinois W 23-20 

S11 [23] [-1 Temple W 45-22 

S18 [21] [7] at West Virginia L 16-19(01) 

S25 [23] [-] -atDuke W 55-21 

09 [23] [-] -GeorgiaTech L 7-20 

016 • N C State L 3-13 

023 -atClemson L 7-10 

O30 [-] [5] -Flonda State W 20-17 

N6 [-] [12] • at Virginia L 0-16 

N18 [-] [15] • at Virginia Tech L 6-55 

N27 -WakeForest W 13-7 

2005 

5-6-0(14,3-2.1-0) 

ACC: 3-5-0, T4th Atlantic Division 

Head Coach: Ralph Fnedgen 

S3 vs. Navy' W 23-20 

S10 [-] [25] -Clemson L 24-28 

S17 WestVirginia L 19-31 

S24 -atWakeForest W 22-12 

01 [-] [19] -Virginia W 45-33 

08 atTemple W 38-7 

O20 |-] [3] • Virginia Tech L 9-28 

029 [-J [10] • at Flonda Slate L 27-35 

N12 • at North Carolina W 33-30 (ot) 

N19 [-[ [23] • Boston College L 16-31 

N26 • at NC State L 14-20 

1 at Baltimore. Md (M&T Bank Stadium) 



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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 

RUSHING 



RUSHING ATTEMPTS 

Career-807, LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 
Season-334, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 
Sr.-283, Steve Atkins, 1978 
Jr.-334, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 
So.-247, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 
Fr.-159, LaMont Jordan, 1997 



Game-50, Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1980 



RUSHING YARDS 

Career-!, 147, LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 
Season-1.632, LaMont Jordan, 1999 
Sr-1,261, Steve Atkins, 1978 



100-YARD RUSHING GAMES 

Career-18, LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 

Season-8, Charlie Wysocki, 1980; Steve Atkins, 1978 

Sr.-8, Steve Atkins, 1978 

Jr.-8, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

So.-5, Bruce Perry, 2001 , LaMont Jordan, 1998; Charlie 

Wysocki, 1979 

Fr.-2, LaMo nt Jordan, 1997; Wayne W ingfiel d, 1979 
Consecutive-7, Steve Atkins, 1978 

200-YARD RUSHING GAMES 

Career-3, Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 



Jr.-1 .632. LaMont J ordan, 1999 



Season-2, LaMont Jordan, 1999; Charlie Wysocki, 1979 
Consecutive— 2, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 



So.-1.242, Bruce Perry, 2001 



Fr.-689, LaMont Jordan, 1997 



Game-306, LaMont Jordan vs. Virginia, 1999 



By Quarterback-139, Dennis O'Hara vs Wake Forest, 
I 1969 

RUSHING YARDS PER CARRY 

Career (min. 300 att.)-5 57, Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 
Career (min. 175 att.)-8 13, Chet Hanulak, 19 51-53 
Season (min. 200 att.)-6.14, LaMont Jordan, 1999 
Season (min. 100 att.)-7 ,38, Ed Modzelewski, 1951 
Season (min. 75 att.)-9 78, Chet Hanulak, 1953 

Sr.-9.78, Chet Hanulak, 1953 

Jr.-6.29, Chet Hanulak, 1952 

So.-5 93, Alvin Blount, 1984 



LONGEST TD RUN 

98, Steve Atkins vs Clemson i r -)7S 



LONGEST NON-SCORING RUN 

76, Harry Bonk vs. No. Carolina, 1948 



Fr.-5 64, Steve Atkins, 1975 




Game (min. 10 att.)-15.0, Willie Joyn er vs . No. C arolina, 1982 

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 

Career-44, Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 

Season-16. LaMont Jordan J 99!) 



Charlie Wysocki 



Steve Atkins 



1999 



Sr.-14,EdVereb,1955 
Jr.— 16, LaMont Jordan. 
So-10, Bruce Perry, 2001 

Fr.-9, Rick Badanjek. 1982 





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 



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ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING 
ATTEMPTS 

Career-888, LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 



ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING YARDS 

Career-4,9 60, LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 
Season-1 ,840, LaMont Jordan. 1999 



Season-338, Charlie Wys ocki, 1980 



Sr.-1,562. Steve Atkins. 1978 



Sr.-297, Steve Atkins, 1978 



Jr-1,840, LaMont Jordan, 1999 



Jr.-338 ; Charlie Wysocki, 1980 



So-' 7 '-. Bruce Perry 2001 



SO.-258, Charlie Wysocki. 1979 

Fr.-186. LaMont Jordan. 1997 



Fr.-92 0, LaMon t Jordan, 1997 



ALL-PURPOSE YARDS PER PLAY 

Career (min. 1.000 yds)-22 29. Lewis Sanders, 1996-99 
Season (min. 600yds)-21.00, Billy Van Heusen, 1966 
Sr-18.50. Barry Johnson, 1990 



Jr.-21.00. Billy Van Heusen. 1966 



Steve Atkins holds the Terp record for all-purpose 
yards as a senior with 1,562 in 1978. 



So.-18.54. Azizuddm Abdur-Ra'oof, 1985 



Fr.-15.37, Jermaine Lewis, 1992 



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PASSING 

PASSING ATTEMPTS 

Career- 982, Scott Milanovi ch, 1992-95 
Season-482, John Kaleo, 1992 



Sr.-482, John Kaleo, 1992 



Jr.-353 , Dan Henmn g, 1986 



SO.-431, Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Fr.-179, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Game-62 , Scott Milano vich vs. Florida St., 1995 

PASSING COMPLETIONS 

C areer-65 0, Scott Milanovi ch, 1992-95 
Season-28 6, John Kaleo, 1992 
Sr-286, John Kaleo, 1992 



Jr.-229, Scott Milanovich, 1994 



So,-279 , Scott Milanovi ch, 1993 
Fr.-93, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Game-46, Scott Milanovich vs. Florida St., 1995 



PASSING YARDAGE 

Career-/. 301 Scolt Milanovich. 1992-95 
Season-3,499, Scott Milan ovich, 1993 
Sr.-3,392, John Kaleo, 1992 



_Jr.-2.725, Dan Henning, 1986 



So.-3. 499, Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Fr.-1,264, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Game-498, Scott Milanovich vs. Va. Tech, 1993 



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PASSING COMPLETION PCT. 

Career (min. 200 art.)- 662. Scott Milanovich (650 of 982). 

1992-95 

Season (min. 125 att.)- 688, Scott Milanovich (229 of 333), 

1994 



Sr.-.665, Scott Milanovich (125 of 188), 1995 



Jr.-.688, Scott M ilanovich (229 of 333), 1994 



SO.-.647, Scot t Milanovich (279 of 431), 1993 
Fr.-.520, Calvin McCall (93 of 179), 1999 
Game (min. 10 att.)- 909, Bob Avellini (10 of 11) vs. Duke, 
1974 

PASSING EFFICIENCY RATING 
POINTS 

Caree r (min. 200 att.H 42 .03, Scott McBnen_2002-03 
Season (min. 125_att._-147.43, Frank Reic h, 1984 
Sr.-147 43, Frank Reich. 1984 



Jr.-143.57, Scott Milanovich , 1994 



So.-144.48, Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Fr.-117.10, Calvin McCall, 1999 



PASSING TOUCHDOWNS 

Career-49, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-26, Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Sr.-19, Scott McBrien, 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 



Consecutive-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 

Caree r-35, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95; Dick Shiner, 1961-63 
__________ John Kaleo, __2 



LONGEST TOUCHDOWN PASS 

92, Stan La vine to Ed Bolton vs. So. Carolina, 1949 

LONGEST NON-SCORING PASS 

76, Scott Milanovich to Jermaine Lewis vs. W. Virginia, 1993 



TOTAL OFFENSE 



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TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS 

Career-1,150, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 


TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 

Career-7,111, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 


TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE 
FOR 

Career-53, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 


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Season-588, John Kaleo, 1992 


Season-3,472, John Kaleo, 1992 


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Sr.-588, John Kaleo, 1992 


Sr.-3,472, John Kaleo, 1992 


Season-29, Scott Milanovich, 1993 


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Jr.-418, Dan Henning, 1986 


Jr.-2.781, Scott McBrien, 2002 


Sr. -22. John Kaleo. 1992 


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So-522, Scott Milanovich, 1993 


So.-3.437, Scott Milanovich, 1993 


Jr.-22. Scott McBrien, 2002 




Fr.-258, Calvin McCall, 1999 


Fr.-1.520, Calvin McCall. 1999 


So.-29 Scott Milanovich 1993 








Fr.-9, Rick Badaniek, 1982 


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RECEIVING 

PASS RECEPTIONS 

Career-193, Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 


RECEIVING YARDS PER CATCH 

Career (min. 35 rec.)-19.15. Billy Van Heusen, 1965-67 


200-YARD RECEIVING GAMES 

Career-2, Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95; Marcus Badgett, 1990-92 
Season-2, Marcus Badgett, 1992 


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Season-77, Geroy Simon, 1994 
Sr.-75, Marcus Badqett, 1992 


Season (min. 20 rec.r-21.44, Billy Van Heusen, 1966 
Sr.-18.53, Lloyd Colteryahn, 1952 




Consecutive-2, Marcus Badqett, 1992 


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Jr.-69, Russ Weaver, 1993 


Jr.-21 .44, Billy Van Heusen, 1966 


100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES 

Career-15, Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 




So-77, Gerov Simon, 1994 


So.-19.17, Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1 985 


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Fr.-58, Frank Wycheck, 1990 
Game-16, Geroy Simon vs. Florida St., 1995 

RECEIVING YARDAGE 

Career-2,932, Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 


Fr.-17.52, Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984 


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Career-21, Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 


Season-5, Marcus Badqett, 1992 


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Consecutive-4, Jermaine Lewis, 1994 


LONGEST TOUCHDOWN 
RECEPTION 

92, Ed Bolton from Stan Lavine vs. So. Carolina, 1949 

LONGEST NON-SCORING PASS 

76, Jermaine Lewis from Scott Milanovich vs. 
West Virginia, 1993 


Season-9, Jermaine Lewis, 1994; Marcus Badgett, 1992 


Season-1,240, Marcus Badqett, 1992 
Sr.-1,240, Marcus Badqett, 1992 
Jr.-692, Jermaine Lewis, 1994 
So.-957, Jermaine Lewis, 1993 


Sr.-9, Marcus Badgett, 1992 


Jr.— 9, Jermaine Lewis, 1994 


So.-8, Dan Bungon, 1971 
Fr.-5, Sean Sullivan, 1983 


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Fr-509, Frank Wycheck, 1990 


Game-3, Jermaine Lewis vs. W. Virginia, 1 993; James Milling vs 




Game-251, Marcus Badgett vs Pittsburgh, 1992 


No Carolina, 1986; Guilian Gary vs. Georgia Tech, 2000, 
Vernon Davis vs. Duke, 2004 












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Scott Milanovich holds or shares 31 Maryland 
passing records, including career marks for attempts, 
completions, yards and completion percentage. 




Jermaine 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, 2001-04 
Season-125, Nick Novak, 2002 

Sr.-96, Ed Vereb, 1955; Lu Gambino, 1947 

Jr.-110, Nick Novak, 2003 

So.-125, Nick Novak, 2002 

Fr.-89, Nick Novak, 2001 



MOST TOUCHDOWNS 

Career-46, Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 
Season-17, LaMonl Jordan, 1999 



Season-1 .000, Jess Atkinson (39 of 39). 1982; Dan Plocki (29 
of 29), 1986; Jess Atkinson (28 of 28), 1983; Dan Plocki 
(27 of 27), 1988; Dan DeArmas (24 of 24), 1989; Dan 
DeArmas (23 of 23). 1990; Dan Plocki (20 of 20), 1985; 
John Hannigan (17 of 17), 1961; Dan Plocki (16 of 16), 
1987; Dan DeArmas (15 of 15), 1991; Bernardo Bramson 
(15 of 15), 1965, Ramon Paredes (13 of 13), 1985 
Sr.-1.000, Dan Plocki (27 of 27), 1988 
Jr-1 .000, Jess Atkinson (28 of 28), 1983 
So.-1 .000, Jess Atkinson (39 of 39). 1982 
Fr.-I 000. Dan Plocki (20 of 20), 1985 



Sr.-16, Ed Vereb, 1955; Lu Gambino, 1947 
Jr.-17, LaMont Jordan, 1999 

So.-12, Bruce Perry, 2001 
Fr.-9, Rick Badanjek, 1982 



MOST TWO-POINT 

CONVERSIONS 

Career-5. Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 
Season-3. Rick Badanjek, 1984 



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 
-24, Nick Novak, 2002 



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Fr.-16, Nick Novak, 2001 



MOST POINTS KICKING 

Career-393, Nick Novak, 200_1_0_4__. 
Season-1 25, Nick Novak, 2002 



Sr.-88, Jess Atkinson, 1984 
Jr.-IIO, Nick Novak. 2003 



S0.-125, Nick Novak, 2002 



Game-5, Dale Castro vs. Mississippi St., 1979 
Consecutive-16, Dale Castro, 1979 

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 

Career-107, Nick Novak, 2001-04 
Season-28, Nick Novak, 2002 

Sr-26 EdLoncar 1978 

Jr-32, Nick Novak, 2003 



Fr.-89, Nick Novak, 2001__ 



MOST PATS 

Career-153, Nick Novak, 200_1_04 
Season-53, Nick Novak, 2002 
Sr.-37, Jess Atkinson, 1984 
Jr.-38. Nick Novak, 2003 



So.-28, Nick Novak, 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 



So.-53, Nick Novak, 2002 
Fr.-41, Nick Novak. 2001 



Consecutive (Career)-93. Jess Atkinson, 1 981-84 
Consecutive (Season)-43, Nick Novak, 2002 



FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 

Career (min. 20 att.j-.778, Joe O'Donnell (28 of 36), 1994-96 
Season (min. 12 art.)- 857 Ni ck Novak (24 of 28 ), 2002 
Sr.-850 Jess Atkinson (17 of 20) 1984 
Jr.-809, Dale Castro (17 of 21), 1979 



So.- 857, Nick Novak (24 of 28), 2002 



BEST PAT PERCENTAGE 

Career-1.000, Dan Plocki (92 of 92), 1985-88; Dan DeArmas 
(62 of 62), 1989-92 



Fr.-_.846, Dan Plocki (11 of 13), 1985 



Game-1 000, Dale Castro (5 of 5) vs. Miss. St., 1979 

LONGEST FIELD GOAL 

54, Steve Mike-Mayer vs. Villa nova. 1973 
54, Nick Novak vs. Duke. 2003 



PUNTING 

TOTAL PUNTS 

Career-268. Dan DeArmas, 1988-91 



PUNTING AVERAGE 

Career-43.7. Brooks Barnard, 1999-2002 




Season-90. Dan DeArmas, 1991 



Game-12 ; Steve Adams vs Florida, 1981 



PUNTING YARDS 

Career-10 627. Dan DeArmas. 1988-91 



Season -44.7, Brooks Barnard, 2000 
Sr-43.1, Brooks Barnard, 2002 
Jr.-44.5. Brooks Barnard, 2001 



SO.-447. Brooks Barnard. 2000 



Fr.-42.3, Adam Podlesh. 2003 



Season-3,615. Dan DeArmas, 1991 








Game- 53.8, Brooks Barnard vs. Temple, 2000 (6 punts) 

LONGEST PUNT 

88, John Fntsch vs. Miami, 1956 



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Career-1 21 , Sieve Suter, 2001 -04 



Season-56, Steve Suter, 2002 



Sr-35, Larry Marshall, 1971 



Jr-40, Bob S mith, 1973 
So.-56, Steve Suter, 2002 
Fr.-1 6, Mike Lewis, 1979 



Game-8, Larry Marshall vs. Villanova, 1971; 
Steve Suter vs. West Virginia, 2002 



PUNT RETURN YARDS 

Career-1,271, Steve Suter, 20 01-04 
Season-771 , Steve Suter, 2002 
Sr.-375, Larry Marshall, 1971 



Jr.-420, Bob Smith, 1973 



So-771, Steve Suter, 2002 



Fr.-136, Orlando Strozier, 1993 



Game-146, Bob S_hempnski vs. NC St ate, 1950 



YARDS PER PUNT RETURN 

Career (min, 20 returns)-15.23, Joe Petruzzo, 1950-51 
Season (min. 12 returns)-21.23, Joe Petruzzo, 1950 
Sr-15.31, Ronnie Waller, 1954 



Jr.-14.57, Bob Shemonski, 1950 



So.-21 23, Joe Petruzzo, 1950 

Fr.-10.4_6, Orlando Strozi er, 1993 



PUNT RETURNS FOR 
TOUCHDOWN 

Career-6 : Steve Suter, 2001 -present 



Season-4, St eve S uter, 2002 (Tied NCAA Record) 



KICKOFF RETURNS 



KICKOFF RETURNS 

Career-72, Keeta Covington, 1983-86 



Season-3 4, Bre n Lowery, 1988 



Sr- 23, Chad Scott, 1996 
Jr.-3 4, Bren Low ery, 1988 



So.-25, Keeta Covi n gton, 1984 



Fr.-17, Rich Parson, 2001 



Season-702, Bren Lowery, 1988 



Sr-587, Larry Marshall, 1971 
Jr,-702, Bren Lowery, 1988 



So-546, Steve Suter_2002 



Fr.-375. Rich Parson i 2001 



Game-182, Allen Williams vs. Penn State, 1993 



YARDS PER KICKOFF RETURN 

Career (min. 20 retu rns)-26 .24, Tom Brown, 1960-62 
Season (min. 12 retu rns)-31 .0 0, John Schultz, 1975 



Sr.-31.00, John Schultz, 1975 



KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 

Career-1 .520, Keeta Covington, 1983-86 



Jr.-24.3 8 , Darryl Hill, 1963 

So.-24 82. Steve Suler. 2002 
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, 1 964; Dick Novak/Dennis Condif 
vs. Virginia, 1960 (Novak returned to the 9-yard line, thei 
lateraled to Condie who returned 91 yds. forTD) 

LONGEST NON-SCORING 
KICKOFF RET. 

97, Sammy Johnson vs. Vanderbilt, 1980 



TACKLES/SACKS 



TACKLES (SINCE 1969) 

Career-481, Eric Wilson, 1981-84 



Season-188, Neal Olkewicz, 1978 



Sr.-188, Neal Olkewicz, 1978 
Jr.-178, Eric Wilson, 1983 

SO.-137. Ratcliff Thomas, 1994 



Fr.-136, Mike Corvmo, 1979 



TACKLES FOR LOSS (SINCE 1974) 

Career-62, E.J. Henderson, 1999-2002 



Season-28, EJ. Henderson, 1999 



Sr.-24, Randy Wh i te, 1974 



Jr-28, E.J. Henderson, 1999 



So-17, A aron T hompson, 1999 



Fr.-8, Mike Corvino, 1979 



TACKLES FOR LOSS YARDAGE 

(SINCE 1974) 

Career-206, Mike Corvino, 1979-1982 



Season-122, Randy White, 1974 
Sr.-122, Randy White, 1974 



Jr.-1 01, Martin Van Horn, 1978 



SO.-75, Eric Oqbogu, 1995 



Fr.-76, Mike Whaley, 2000 



SACKS (SINCE 1969) 

Career-24, Mike Corvino, 1979-82 

Season-13, Mark Duda, 1982; Bruce Palmer, 1978 



Sr-13, Mark Duda, 1982; Bruce Palmer, 1978 

Jr.-12, Bruce Mesner, 1985 

SO.-8.5, Shawne Merriman, 2003 

Fr.-1 1.0, Glenn Page, 1987 



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INTERCEPTIONS 

Career-1 7, Tom Brown, 1960-62 



Season-10, Bob Sullivan^1965 



Sr.-10, Bob Sullivan, 1965 



Jr.-8, Tom Brown ± 1961 



So.-7, Bob SmithJ97_2_ 



Fr.-6, Jo e Horn i ng, 1951 



Game-4, Lendell Jones vs. Duke, 1982 



INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 

Career-275, Tom Brown, 1960-62 



Season-147, Joe Homing, 1951 



Sr.-133, Cliff Crosby, 1998 
Jr.-112, Bill McFadden, 1981 



So.-1.40j Frank Tamburello, 1954 



Fr.-147, Joe Homing, 1951 



Game-1 1 1 , Dick Lewis vs. NC State, 1956 

INTERCEPTION RETURNS FOR 
TOUCHDOWN 

Career-2. Bob Haley 1966-68; Ernie Anzzi, 1961-63; 
Curome Cox, 2000-03; Domonique Foxworth, 2001-pres. 
Season-2, Bob Haley, 1968; Curome Cox, 2000-2002 



LONGEST INTERCEPTION 
RETURN FOR TD 

100, Tom Brown vs. Virginia. 1962; Dick Lewis vs. NC State, 
1956; J oe Horning vs. Misso uri, 1951 

LONGEST NON-SCORING 
INTERCEPTION RETURN 

89, Kevin Benson vs. Virginia, 1973 



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198 - DEBORAH A. YOW 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 

200 - ACADEMIC SUPPORT & 

CAREER DEVELOPMENT 

202 - STRENGTH & CONDITIONING 

203 -SPORTS MEDICINE 

204 - ATHLETIC DEVELOPMENT 

205 - TERRAPIN SPORTS RADIO 

206 - MEDIA INFORMATION 
208 - COVERING THE TERPS 



That phrase captures one way in which an educated person approaches the world and its challenges. 

Students who graduate from the University of Maryland have been exposed to the tools that allow 

them to put that perspective to work. Imparting such a perspective may be an ambitious project for 

undergraduate education, but to aim for anything less would be unworthy of a great university's goals 

for its students. Thirteen years ago, Promises to Keep, a plan for undergraduate education at Maryland, 

articulated those goals so eloquently we repeat them here. 



Undergraduate education at Maryland "aims to provide students with a sense of identity and purpose, 
a concern for others, a sense of responsibility for the quality of life around them, a continuing eagerness 
for knowledge and understanding, and a foundation for a lifetime of personal enrichment." 

As we learn with and from one another, we try to "develop human values," 

"celebrate tolerance and fairness," "contribute to the social conscience," "monitor and assess private 

and collective assumptions," and "recognize the glory, tragedy and humor of the human condition." 

Your years at the University of Maryland can provide you with all the tools you need to accomplish these goals. 

Students here are "educated to be able to read with perception and pleasure, write and speak with clarity and verve, 

handle numbers and computation proficiently, reason mathematically, generate clear questions 

and find probable arguments, reach substantiated conclusions and accept ambiguity." 



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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



The Campus 



By virtually every measure of quality, the University of Maryland has gained national 
recognition as one of the fastest-rising comprehensive research institutions in the country. 
The momentum of recent years has poised the university to move it into the top ranks 
of higher 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 minorities making up more than 33 percent of all students, and at least one graduate 
and undergraduate student from every state in the nation. 

The university has 79 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 tripled in the same 10-year period, 
exceeding $350 million last year. Pnvate giving also has increased, and the university 
last year concluded its first campaign by topping its $350 million goal by more than $100 
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 2005 enrollment 
was 25,442 undergraduate and 9,927 graduate students. There are 94 undergraduate 
programs, 89 master's 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 
I 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 
f of American Universities and the only public institution in the Maryland-DC. area with 
' membership in the nation's most distinguished honor society. Phi Beta Kappa. 




Did You Know? 

In 1991 , Maryland had one program listed among Top 25 entrants in the U.S. 
News & World Report Rankings Maryland now has 79 programs ranked 
/ among the nations elite, and the university is ranked 18th nationally among 
public universities. 

A report card published in Technology Review rated the top US universities 
in their quest for intellectual property, commercial partners and profits. Johns 
/ 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-Amencan students at traditionally white 
/ schools Maryland ranks first in Afncan-Amencan undergraduate degrees in 
social sciences and history. 

The Wall Street Journal ranked the Robert H. Smith School of Business No. 15 
a mong the world's business schools Maryland is the top-ranked school in the 
Mid-Atlantic region (Delaware, Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia). The 
Financial Times ol London ranked the Robert H. Smith School of Business 
No. 3 in value for money. No. 6 overall among U.S. public business schools 
and No. 12 in placement rate. 

In the undergraduate program rankings released by U.S. News & World 

Report both the A. James Clarit School of Engineenng (No 22) and the 

/ Robert H Smith School of Business (No. 22) were ranked among 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 libranes' holdings include more than 2.5 
million volumes, 24,000 subscriptions to penodicals and neariy 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 array 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 Fredenck 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 Engineenng 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 Goodnch, Hughes Aircraft and Dupont 
to apply advanced systems research to solving industry problems in the fields of 
communications, manufacturing, controls and robotics. 

The university opened the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center in 2001, 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. 




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William Apollony, 69. Sociology 

Senior Vice President, M&T Bank 
Sade Badennwa. '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 

President, Velvet Hammer Media 
Carl Bernstein, '65, Arts & Sciences 

Author, Watergate reporter 
Eric Billings, 77, Finance & Economics 

CEO, Friedman, Billings, Ramsey Group 
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, U.S. Export-Import Bank 
John Brophy, 71, History 

Exec. Vice President, ACS Solutions 
Vicky Bullett, '90, General Studies 

WNBA& U.S. Olympian 
Dennis Cardoza, '82, Gov./Politics 

Congressman, California 18th District 
Al Carey 78, Government 

President, PepsiCo Sales 
Connie Chung, '69, Journalism 

Emmy-winning Correspondent 
Mark Ciardi. '83, Marketing 

Producer, "The Rookie" & "Miracle" 
A. James Clark '50, Civil Eng. 

President, Clark Enterprises 
Fran Contino, '68, Accounting 

Executive Vice President & 

CFO, McCormick 4 Co. 
Bob Corliss, 76, Gov./Politics 

President. Athlete's Fool 
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 

& McRae, LLP; ESPN Commentator 
Gordon England, '61, 

Electrical Engineering 

Deputy Defense Secretary 
Boomer Esiason, '84, 

Undergraduate Studies 

Sportscaster, former NFL player 
Raul Fernandez, '90, Economics 

Chairman, ObjectVideo 
Carly Fiorina, '80, M.B.A. 
Pioneering Woman CEO 
Robert Fischell, '53, M.S. Physics 
Chairman, Fischell Biomedical, LLC 
Jon Franklin, 70, Journalism 

Two-time Pulitzer Prize 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 Parts Co. 



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Carl Bernstein 




Connie Chung 




Dominique Dawes 



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, H&R 

Block and Ashland Oil 
Herbert Hauptmann, '55, Math 

Nobel Prize winner, physics 
Jane Henson, '55, Art Education 

Creator, The Muppets 
Jim Henson, '60, Home Economics 

Creator. The Muppets 
Donald Himelfarb, '67, History 

CAO, Thrifty & Dollar Rental Cars 
Steny Hoyer, '63, Political Science 

Congressman, Maryland's 5th district 
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 & CFO, Lockheed Martin 
Tim Kurkjian, 78, Journalism 

Reporter, ESPN & ESPN Magazine 
John Lauer, '63, Chemical Eng. 

Non-Executive Chairman, Diebold, Inc 
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 
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 

CEO, Homeland Security Corp 
Mike Miller, '64, Economics 

President, Maryland Senate 
Paul Mullan, '68, Marketing; 70, MBA 

Strategic Partner, Charterhouse 

Group International 
Renaldo Nehemiah, '81, Radio/TV/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 
Robert Pincus, 68, Bus. Admin. 

Chairman, Milestone Advisors 




Michael Griffin 




Mark McEwen 



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/Film 

Reporter, NBC 
Mark Rosenker, '69, Radio/TV 

Chairman, National Transportation Safety Board 
Harvey Sanders, 72, Journalism 

Founder, Nautica Enterprises 
Ben Scotti, '59, Arts & Sciences 

Original syndicator, Baywatch series 
Tony Scotti, '61, Arts & 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 

Minority Owner, 

Washington Redskins 
Deborah Spero, 70, English 

Commissioner. US Customs & Border Protection 
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/Film 

Co-anchor, ESPN and ESPN2 
Randy White, 74. P.E. 

NFL Hall of Fame inductee, '94 
Dianne Wiest, '69, Arts & 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 




Bert Sugatl 




Scott Van Pei 



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PRESIDENT CD. MOTE JR. 




In September 1998, C. D. (Dan) Mote, Jr. began his 
tenure as President of the University of Maryland and 
Glenn L, Martin Institute Professor of Engineering. 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 new 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 recruit and provide full support to high school 
istudents of outstanding potential who have overcome 
•extraordinary adversity during their lives. 

He has spurred 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 laboratories and successfully 
negotiated to bnng to the College Park area the first Science 
Research Park sponsored by the People's Republic of 
!i China. Under his leadership, the University has established 
a research park, The University of Maryland Enterprise 
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 $100 million in new projects breaking 
ground that year. New facilities address every aspect of 
'university life, from the arts to recreation to classrooms 
and laboratories, and. in creative partnership with the 



private sector, new residential facilities. Highlights of the 
construction activity include the stunning Clarice 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 engineering. President Mote also led the development 
of a new Facilities 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 barriers 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 
Engineering. 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 
$1 .4 B. He earlier served as chair of Berkeley's Department 
of Mechanical Engineenng 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., Norway, Finland and Sweden, 
and has mentored 56 Ph.D. 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 Pnze 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 American 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 America, and the American Association for the 



Advancement of Science. In Spnng 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 his lifelong contribution to the teaching and/or 
practice of vibration engineering. In Fall 2005, he received 
the 2005 Founders Award from the National Academy of 
Engineering in recognition of his comprehensive body of 
work on the dynamics of moving flexible structures and for 
leadership in academia. 

He and his wife of over 40 years, Patncia Mote, 
have two married children. Melissa and Adam, 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 Pnnce 
George's County Arts Commission. 



UNIVERSITY SYSTEM 
OF MARYLAND 



William Kirwan 


Chancellor 


Irwin Goldstein 


Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs 


Joseph A. vlvona 


Vice Chancellor for 

Admin And Finance 



UNIVERSITY 
ADMINISTRATION 



CD. Mote Jr. 


President 


William Destler 


vice President for Academic Affairs, 
Provost 


Linda dement 
Jacques Gansler 


Vice President for Student Affairs 
Vice President for Research 


Jeffrey Huskamp 


Vice President and 
Chief Information Officer 


John Porcari 


Vice President for Administrative Affairs 


Brod.e Remington 


Vice President for University Relations 



BOARD OF 
REGENTS 



David H Nevms 


Chairman 


Robert L. Pevenstein 


Vice Chairman 


Robert L. Mitchell 


Secretary 


Ortan M. Johnson 


Treasurer 


Patricia S. Florestano 


Assistant Treasurer 


James T. Brady 


Thomas B. Finan. Jr. 


R. Michael Gill 


Alicia Coro Hoffman 


The Hon. Francis X. Kelly, Jr. 


Clifford M. Kendall 


Cheryl G. Kronqrad 


The Hon. Marvin Mandel 


A. Dwiqht Pettrt 


"Die Hon. Lewis R. Riley, ex officio 





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DEBORAH A. YOW 



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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS • 1 3TH YEAR AT MARYLAND 




Deborah A. Yow is in the 

13th year of her outstanding 

tenure as director of 

athletics at the University 

of Maryland, a tenure that 

has seen unprecedented 

success and achievement 

^^Bte^^/ in Maryland athletics Each 

^^^^^K*'~ year has brought steady and 

J^^^^^^^^BSlJ continued improvement and 

accomplishment in Terrapin 

athletics. In Yow's 12 years at Maryland, the Terrapins 

have won a remarkable 13 national championships and 

graduated student-athletes at an enviable rate as Maryland 

athletics has soared to sustained new heights among the 

nation's elite intercollegiate athletic programs. 

The comprehensive success of Terrapin athletics 
under Debbie Yow'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, 1 00 members representing 1 ,600 colleges and 
universities in the U.S. and Canada. 

She was honored recently 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. 

Dr. 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" in New York. 
She was also recently inducted into the State of Maryland 
Women's Hall of Fame and the North Carolina Sports Hall 
of Fame, joining fellow Terp Buck Williams as honorees. 

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 with 27 sports and more than 700 
student-athletes. 

• Balanced all 12 of the department's annual budgets 
(none of the budgets were balanced in the 10 years 
prior to her arrival). The budget has now reached $52 
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 7 percent of all NCAA Division I institutions. 

• Significantly expanded marketing and fund-raising 
efforts on behalf of Terrapin athletics. As a result, private 
gifts to athletics have increased over 350 percent 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. 




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one of the members 

of the Maryland 

Competitive Cheer 

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• Significantly improved customer care in every area of 
Maryland athletics. 

The most recent achievements of Maryland athletics are 
exceptional: 

• Maryland captured a remarkable four national 
championships during the 2005-06 academic season. 

• In 2005-2006, the Terrapins achieved the highest 
student-athlete graduation rate in the history of Maryland 
athletics. 

• Maryland was selected by US News & World Report 
as one of the Top 20 athletic programs in the nation (for 
overall quality and competitive excellence). 

• In 2005-06, Maryland Athletics won the inaugural PRISM 
Award as the most well-managed Division I collegiate 
athletics program in the nation. 

• In men's 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 appeared in 11 consecutive NCAA Tournaments. 

• Maryland was ranked as the sixth-finest athletic 
program in the nation by the Laboratory for the Study 
of Intercollegiate Athletics, based on comprehensive 
criteria such as graduation rates, financial efficiency, 
equity effectiveness and competitive excellence. 

• Women's basketball won the 2006 NCAA National 
Championship under head coach Brenda Frese, 
completing an amazing turnaround that saw the program 
go from a 10-18 record to a National Championship in 
four seasons. 

• 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. Graduation rates in football are near 
80 percent and the program was recently recognized 
by the American Football Coaches Association for its 
academic excellence under Coach Ralph Friedgen. 

• Additionally, Maryland is one of only two universities 
in the nation to win National Championships in men's 
basketball, women's basketball and football. Stanford is 
the only other NCAA Division I institution to achieve that 
mark. 

• Set an ACC single-game record for women's basketball 
attendance by drawing 17,243 to a regular-season 
game at Comcast Center. 

• Hired Dave Cottle, the third-winningest active men's 
lacrosse coach in the U.S., who guided his team to the 
NCAA Final Four three times in the past four seasons. 

• Field Hockey earned a National Championship in 2005- 
06 and has become a perennial participant in the Final 
Four in that sport. 

• Women's Lacrosse has continued its winning ways with 
seven national championships from 1995-2001. with 
additional Final Four appearances. 

• Men's Soccer has appeared in four consecutive Final 
Fours and won the NCAA National Championship in the 
2005-06 season. 




Dr. Yow with Boomer Esiason (left), Bonnie Bernstein (center) and Steve Francis (right). 



• Football facilities have been significantly enhanced with 
team house, stadium and practice field upgrades. The 
Academic Center was the first improvement, as it took 
priority over all other initiatives. 

• The Terrapins have moved into the new $125 million 
Comcast Center, housing athletic department offices 
and seating for 18,000 fans for basketball and other 
events. 

• In 2005-06, 1 3 Maryland teams competed in postseason 
play. 

• The productivity, morale, and the competitive and 
academic achievement of Terrapin athletics are 
exceptional and continue to gain momentum. 

Regarding the many achievements of Terrapin athletics 
over the past 1 2 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-oriented and proactive 
management style. She consistently inspires and 
challenges those around her to "raise our sights and 
sharpen our tools... to work hard and work smart... to 
recognize that our only limitations are those that we 
place upon ourselves." 

As a manager and a leader, she clearly models these 
principles. 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). 
In 2002, she brought to the University of Maryland Brenda 
Frese. who at that time was the National Coach of the 
Year in women's basketball. Four years later, Frese led 



the Terrapins to the NCAA National Championship at the 
Women's Final Four in Boston. 

Dr. 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 former basketball coach at the University 
of Kentucky and University of Florida, she moved into 
athletics administration at the University of Flonda 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. 

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 work 
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 Terrapin 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 terrific 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. That's the 
foundation for all of our success... and the basis for our 
bright future. It's a great time to be a Terp." 



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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 work 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 task. 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 associate 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 orientation 
•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 
(C.H.A.M.PS.) 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 
during 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 
contributions 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-athletes, 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. 

i ACADEMIC SUPPORT FOR 
RETURNING ATHLETES 
PROGRAM 

The Academic Support for Returning Athletes 
Program was created in 1986 to support the academic 
efforts of former varsity student-athletes at the University 
of Maryland, College Park. In 1989. ASRAP 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 

I returning student completes a "workship" that allows the 
cost of tuition and fees to be exchanged for community 
services with youth. In 2002, ASRAP moved into the 

= ASCDU. 




UNDERGRADI 

COLLEGE OF 
AGRICULTURE 
AND NATURAL 
RESOURCES (AGNR) 

Agricultural and Resource Economics 
Agncultural Sciences, General 
Animal and Avian Sciences 
Biological Resources Engmeenng 
Environmental Science and Policy 
Landscape Architecture 
Natural Resources Management 
Natural Resource Sciences 
Nutrition and Food Sciences 

SCHOOL OF 

ARCHITECTURE, 

PLANNING. AND 

PRESERVATION 

(ARCH) 

Architecture 


HATE PROGRA 

ROBERT H. SMITH 
SCHOOL OF 
BUSINESS IBMGTI 

Accounting 

Decision and Information Technologies 

Finance 


MS OF STUDY 

COLLEGE OF HEALTH 
AND HUMAN 
PERFORMANCE 
(HLHP) 

Family Studies 

Public and Community Health 
Kinesiologies! Science 
Physical Education 

PHILIP MERRILL 
COLLEGE OF 
JOURNALISM (JOUR) 

Journalism 


General Business and Management 
Logistics, Transportation, and Supply 
Cham Management 


Marketing 


Operations and Quality Management 


COLLEGE OF 
COMPUTER, 
MATHEMATICAL, 
AND PHYSICAL 
SCIENCES (CMPS) 
Astronomy 

Computer Enqineenng 
Computer Science 
Environmental Science and Policy 


COLLEGE OF LIFE 
SCIENCES (LFSC) 

Biochemistry 

Biological Sciences 

Chemistry 

Environmental Science and Policy 

Microbiology 


COLLEGE OF ARTS 
AND HUMANITIES 
(ARHU) 

American Studies 


Geology 
Mathematics 
Physical Sciences 


UNDERGRADUATE 
STUDIES (UGST) 

Civicus 


Physics 


COLLEGE OF 
EDUCATION (EDUC) 

Early Childhood Education 


Studio Art 

Art History and Archaeology 


Colleqe Park Scholars 


Division of Letters and Sciences 


Asian and tEast European 
Languaqes and Cultures 


Gemstone 

Individual Studies Program 

Law and Health Professions 


Central European, Russian, and 

Eurasian 
Studies 


Elementary Education 


Secondary Education 


Pre-Dental Hygiene 

Pre-Dentistry 

Pre-Law 

Pre-Biomedical Science Research 

and Medical Technology 

Pre-Medicine 


Special Education 


Classics 


Art 


Communication 


English 


Comparative Literature 

Dance 

English Language and Literature 

French and Italian Languages 

and Literatures 


Foreign Language 

Mathematics 

Science 
Social Studies 


Pre-Nursing 

Pre-Occupational Therapy 
Pre-Optometry 
Pre-Osteopathic Medicine 


Speech and Engts h 
Theatre and English 

A. JAMES CLARK 
SCHOOL OF 
ENGINEERING (ENGR) 

Aerospace Engineering 


Germanic Studies 
History 
Jewish Studies 


Pre-Pharmacy 
Pre-Physical Therapy 


Linguistics 


Pre-Physician Assistant 


Music/Music Performance/' 


Pre-Podiatnc Medicine 


Music Education 


Pre-Vetennary Medicine 


Philosophy 


Biological Resources Engineering 

Chemical Engineering 


University Hones Program 

CAMPUS-WIDE 
CERTIFICATES 

Air Force Aerospace Studies 


Romance Languages 

Spanish and Portugese Languages 

and Literatures 


Civil and Environmental Engmeenng 
Computer Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Engineenng (B.S inj 
Fire Protection Engmeenng 
Matenals Science and Engineering 
Mechanical Enqineenng 

COMBINED 
PROGRAMS 

Arts - Dentistry 


Theatre 


Women s Studies 


Army ROTC 

African American Studies 


COLLEGE OF 

BEHAVIORAL AND 
SOCIAL SCIENCES 
(BSOS) 

African American Studies 

Anthropology 

Criminology and Criminal Justice 

Economics 

Environmental Science and Policy 

Geography 

Government and Politics 

Heannq and Speech Sciences 

Psychology 

Sodoloqy 


Asian-American Studies 


East Asian Studies 

n ;e r natio-a. Aqnculture and 


Natural Resources 


Latin-American Studies 
Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and 


Arts - Law 


Transqender Studies 


Biochemistry/Pharmacy 

Animal Science/Veterinary Medicine 


Science, Technology, and Society 
Women's Studies 

MULTI-COLLEGE 
PROGRAMS 

Computer Engineering (CMPS, ENGR) 
Environmental Science and Policy 
(AGNR. BSOS, CMPS, LFSC) 



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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 well 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. Gait 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 
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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The University of Maryland Department of 
Intercollegiate Athletics and the 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 
Third 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 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 Florida's 17 varsity sports. At UCF, 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 instructor/field expenence supervisor 
I for athletic training students, assisted in the development 
i 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 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 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 
Weightlifting Federation. 

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

CRAIG BENNETT, 



Head Team 
Physician/ 

Orthopaedic Surgeon 
Third Year 

Craig H. Bennett, M.D.. is in 
his third 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 arrival 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, N.Y, 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 African- 
American Scholar of the Year in 2004. He is a board certified 
member of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery and a 
member of the NFL Team Physicians Association 



Student Health Center 

Dr. Sacared Bodison and Dr Stephen Fahey are 
full-time University Health Center physicians who specialize 
in sports medicine. Dr Bodison is the assistant director for 
medical services at the Health Center and has been involved 
with the care of student-athletes since 1982 Dr. Fahey is an 
emergency physician who is in his 16th year working with the 
Terrapins Both doctors are available to treat student-athletes 
daily on an as-needed basis in the Health Center, 





Dr. Sacared Bodison Dr. Stephen Fahey 







YVETTE 
ROOKS, M.D. 

Primary Care 
Physician 
Ninth Year 

Dr. Yvette Rooks is in her ninth 
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 currently an assistant professor 
in the Department of Family Medicine 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 serves as the Director 
of the Primary 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. 



CORWELL, M.D. 




Primary Care 
Physician 
First Year 



Dr. Brian Corwell is in his first 
year as a primary care team physician 
at the University of Maryland. He 
graduated from Tufts University in 
1996 with a degree in biology and psychology. He then 
completed a pre-doctoral clinical fellowship at the National 
Institute of Health. 

Dr. Corwell earned his medical degree from the 
University of Maryland in 2002. where he was a frequent 
volunteer in the College Park athletic clinic. Dr. Corwell 
completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at 
the Harvard Affiliated Beth Israel Deaconess Medical 
Center. He then returned to the University of Maryland to 
complete a fellowship in Sports Medicine. He has lectured 
and authored numerous publications on the subjects of 
Emergency and Sports Medicine. 

Dr. Corwell lives in Baltimore with his wife. Viveka 
and newborn son, Gabriel. 



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TERRAPIN CLUB 

Athletic excellence is a tradition at the University of 
Maryland— a tradition alumni and friends alike want to see continue 
and flounsh. 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 state'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 pnonty seating in Byrd 
Stadium for football and Comcast Center for basketball, pnonty 
parking and tickets to other events 

At Maryland, the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics 
operates without significant University funding and receives no 
state appropnations or tax dollars for operational expenses. 
Sanctioned by the University of Maryland College Park 
Foundation, 100% of the funds raised through the Terrapin Club 
are managed by the Foundation for the exclusive use of Maryland 
Athletics, Your contribution 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, Amencan 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 contnbution. Please contact your 
employer to see if you are eligible for a matching gift program. 

Contribution Levels 

Recent Graduate $25 (year 1 after graduation) 



Recent Graduate 


$75 (year 2 after graduation) 


Bronze 




$50 


Silver 




$125-$249 


Silver 250 




S250-S599 


Gold 




$60041,199 


Diamondback 




$1,200-$1,999 


Super Terrapin 




$2,000-$4,999 


Coaches Club 




$5,000-89,999 


Top Terp 




$10,000 and More 


Board of Directors 

President: Larry Grabenstein 72 


Vice President: John Alahouzos '71 


Secretary/Treasurer: Mary Pratt-Henaqhan 


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Past President: Deborah Potter '87 


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Robert Baker '66: Chuck Carr '85, Tom Ciandella 79; J. Douglas 
Cox '84; Cheryl Elstins; Marlene Feldman 75; Jon Forster '86; Rick 
Furlough; Barbara Hartley: Alan Horowitz 81; Alan Jefferson; Dan 
Konick - 68; Ben McCarter, Karel Petraitis '67; Karabelle Pizzigati; 
J.R. Randels; Rosalie Reggetz; Cecelia Speake 73; James D. 
Stallings 72. 



301-314-7020 

800-653-7667 

terrapinclub.com 




THE M CLUB 

An 83-Year Tradition of "Athletes Helping Athletes" SM 




The M Club was founded in 1923 by a group of former University of 
Maryland athletes led by Dr. H.C. "Curley" Byrd to encourage excellence 
in athletics. It is one of the oldest and most respected letterwinner 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 pnnted 
newsletter. 


M Club Executive Committee 

Chris Rimorin, President 




Helena Braqq, President Elect 


Dan McGuire, vice President 
Ed Greqory, Assistant Secretary 


Marshall Fesche, Treasurer 
Jack Zane, Histonan 


Gerald Bechtle, Immediate Past President 
Al Naylor, Past President 


Lisa Gibson, Past President 


Steve Hayleck, Past President 
Jack Heise. Legal Council 
David Diehl, Executive Director 
Deborah Yow, Athletic Director 




In addition, active members receive information about, and discounts 
for. vanous M Club activities. Many benefits are intangible, though, including the 
and being a part of a unique and exclusive organization that is nationally recogr 

University of Maryland letterwinners interested in the M Club should call 
(301) 314-7020, or visit our website at www.themclub.org. 

Remember the M Club, "Athletes Helping Athletes." 


>atisfaction of having lettered at a great university 

ized. 

David Diehl at (301) 314-5372 or Dotti Warren a 


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A proposal to borrow funds to expand Byrd 
Stadium was approved by the University System 
of Maryland Board of Regents at its June meeting. 
The initial phase of Byrd Stadium expansion will add 
approximately 50 suites, mezzanine seats, a large 
area to host guests of the University President, 
work areas for media, work areas for coaches 
and game day staff, and enhanced seating for 
disabled customers. Other planned improvements 
including field level enhancements, which would 
also dramatically improve seating views in the first 
ten rows, adding chairbacks to select areas, and 
additional grandstand capacity. 

The next steps in the process are to hire an 
architect and locate a sponsor to name the field. 
Work on both items is progressing. 



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. Major 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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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 serve 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. 
www.umterps.com. 



JOHNNY 
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Announcer 
28th Year 



Johnny Holliday, now in his 
28th year as "Voice of the Terps," is 
H ""'^^^ considered one of the finest play-by- 
■ — S&_^^H play announcers in the country. In 
addition to calling the action for the 
Maryland football and basketball teams, Holliday hosts the 
Ralph Fnedgen and Gary Williams television shows. As the 
Terps' director of broadcasting, he also handles a myriad 
of speaking duties within the athletics department, ranging 
from banquets to golf outings. 

Holliday has broadcast more than 1.000 Maryland 
football and basketball games in his 27 years with the 
Terps, including nine football bowl games. 10 Sweet 16 
basketball contests, two Final Fours and the 2002 Men's 
Basketball National Championship tnumph over Indiana. 

In addition to his work with Maryland. Holliday is also 
i in his 25th year with ABC Sports, where he can be heard 
| nationwide weekday mornings on ABC Radio, as well 
as XM and Sinus Satellite Radio. His long list of credits 
includes ABC's coverage of the 2000 and 1996 Summer 
Olympics and the Winter and Summer Olympics in 1984, 
1988 and 1994. In addition, he has covered championship 
boxing, The Masters, and the Liberty and Aloha bowls. 

In October 2003, Holliday was inducted into the 
Radio-Television Broadcasters Hall of Fame. 

Holliday's announcing career allows him to lay claim 
as Washington's most versatile broadcaster, and among 
the best nationally. Whether it be in radio, where he was 
named Amenca's No. 1 disc jockey during his rock 'n roll 
deejay days, to his public address duties with the Cleveland 
Browns, Oakland Raiders, and Golden State Warriors, to 
his work in Washington television for the Senators and 
Bullets, Holliday makes a complicated business look easy. 

He brings that ease to the Maryland coaches' 
television shows on Comcast SportsNet. Holliday is 
among the pioneer broadcasters for the sport of women's 




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The Terrapin Radio Network crew (left to right):Johnny Holliday, Tom 
Marchitto, Steve Rear, Ralph Friedgen, Brett Bassell and Tim Strachan. 



basketball, earning a Distinguished Service Award from ACC 
women's basketball officials for his work on that league's 
women's basketball telecasts. Additionally, Holliday was 
named one of the nation's top 15 radio announcers for 
college basketball by ESPN's Dick Vitale and earned the 
2005 Lindsey Nelson Outstanding Sportscaster Award 
from the Amencan Football Foundation. In 2006, he was 
also presented the Chris Schenkle Award from the National 
Football Foundation. 

In addition to his broadcasting accomplishments, 
Holliday is just as proud of the chantable work he has done 
in the community. 

In May of 2006, Holliday was presented the James 
Cardinal Hickey National Figure Award by the Office of the 
Youth Ministry/Catholic Youth Organization (OYM/CYO) and 
he was one of five men honored in June of 2006 as "Father 
of the Year" by the Father's Day Council of Washington. 
D.C. and the American Diabetes Association (ADA). 

Holliday is the proud father of three: Dr. Kellie 
Smaldore, an internal medicine physician in Bel Air, Md.; 
Trade Rolle. a NICU nurse at Shady Grove Hospital in 
Rockville, Md.; and Moira McCarthy, a stay-at-home mother 
in Jacksonville. Fla. 

JONATHAN 
CLAIBORNE 

Color Commentary 
Seventh Year 

Former Terrapin standout 
Jonathan Claiborne is in his seventh 
season as the color analyst on 
Maryland's radio broadcast team. 
Claiborne, who lettered from 1975- 
77 as a safety, is the son of former 
Terp head coach Jerry Claiborne, 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 mid- 70s. 
Jonathan Claiborne eventually worked his way into a first- 






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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 Terrapins. 
He was a two-time AII-ACC Academic selection and a 1 977 
CoSIDA Academic All-American. 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 GPAof 3.57. He 
was a two-time winner of the George C. Cock 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 

Sideline Rep orter 
11th Year 

Former DeMatha standout Tim 

Strachan is in his 11th season as 

the sideline reporter on Maryland's 

football broadcasts. Strachan, a 1999 

graduate 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 

spring of 2004. 

Strachan, who was paralyzed in a swimming 
accident before his senior year of high school, launched 
T13 Chanties — 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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MEDIA INFORMATION 



FOOTBALL CONTACT 
INFORMATION 

Greg Creese (primary contact) 

Assistant Director, Athletic Media Relations 

Doug Dull 

Associate Athletics Director/ 
Athletic Media Relations 

Mailing Address 

University of Maryland; Athletic Media Relations 
2725 Comcast Center; Terrapin 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 — www.umterps.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 priorities and guidelines: 
1. Originating radio and television personnel involved in a live 

broadcast. 
2 Daily newspapers regularly covering the University of 

Maryland, the current-game opponent or another Atlantic 

Coast Conference school. Wire services, regional and national 

publications are also afforded this priority. 

3. Non-originating 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 Terrapin beat reporters covenng 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 
wntmg 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, e.g. USA Today.com, 
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 18. 

CREDENTIAL REOUESTS 

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 Ann Cabiness, 
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 rights to the game and play-by-play 
coverage and an outlet's agreement to abide by any restrictions 
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 
reserves the right 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 
Drive 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 gain 
admittance to the field Under NCAAand ACC rules, 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 instructions of University staff may be required 
to surrender their credentials. 

PLAYER INTERVIEWS 

All player interviews must be arranged through Greg Creese 
or the Terps' assistant football contact. Players and coaches have 
been instructed not to participate in interviews unless they have 
been arranged through the Media Relations Office. Interviews will 
be conducted Tuesday 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 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 main 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. Interviews 
with the visiting team coach and players will be coordinated by the 
opponent SID staff and specifics announced in the press box on 
game day. 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 (unless 
otherwise stated). 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 five penods (approx. 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 
Drive). Once the team goes into pads in the fall, TV B-roll and still 
photographers will be allowed to shoot warm-ups, stretching dnlls 
and the first four periods of practice. Team meetings before, during 
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 11:30 a.m. ET. 



STAYING IN 
COLLEGE PARK 



UMUC Inn & Conference Center 


301-985-7310 


Greenbelt Marriott 


301441-3700 


Best Western Maryland Inn 


301-474-2800 


Greenbelt Holiday Inn 


301-982-7000 


Colleqe Park Holiday Inn 


301-345-6700 


Colleqe Park Comfort Suites 


301441-8110 


Courtyard by Marriott 


301441-3311 


Quality Inn 


301-864-5820 


Days Inn 


301-345-5000 


Restaurants 


R.J. Bentley'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 


301422-8622 


New York Deli 


301-345-0366 


Santa Fe Cafe 


301-779-1345 


Sir Waiter Raleigh Inn 


301474-6500 


TGI Friday!. 


301-345-2503 


Local Taxi Cabs 




Bonnette Sedan Taxi Service 


301422-2687 


Capital Cab Company 


301-322-8877 


Greenbelt Cab Company 


301-577-2000 



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Sunday 

• Updated offensive statistics posted on www.umterps.com 
by 1:00 p.m. 

Monday 

• Weekly release posted on www.umterps.com by 2 p.m. 

■ Weekly 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 Friedgen press conference quotes posted on www. 
umterps.com by 3 p.m. 

• Press conference can be heard live on www.wmucsports. 



PRESS BOX 

The press box is located on the south side of Byrd Stadium in 
Tyser Tower. Access to Level 3 (pnnt) 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, during 
and after the 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 12 ACC football coaches will be featured on a weekly 
teleconference each Wednesday from 10:30 a.m., to 12:30 p.m., 
beginning August 30. and concluding Tuesday, November 21. 
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 Conference's internet site TheACC.com 
each Wednesday afternoon. 

Jim Grobe, Wake Forest 10:30 Frank Beamer. Virginia Tech 10:40 



Al Groh, Virginia 



John Bunting Nortfi Za r ?-"i 11 10 La~, Coker Miam 



10:50 Chuck Amato. NC State 11:00 
11:20 



Ralph Friedgen. Maryland 1130 Clan Gailey Georgia Tech 
Bobby Bowden, Florida State 
Tommy Bowden, Clemso n 



11:50 Ted Roof. Duke 



11:40 
12:00 



12:10 Tom OBnen, Bos ton College 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 Tom Divan, Asst Director of 
Operations and Facilities, at 301-314-7027. 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 
from head coach Ralph Fnedgen s weekly press conference, can 
be accessed via the World Wide Web at umteros.com 



• 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 (11:30 a.m.) 

• ACC weekly satellite feed during the afternoon 

■ 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 I-95 South to Washington, DCs Capital Beltway 
(I-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 U.S. Route 1 and take the exit for 193 
West. At the second traffic light, turn left onto Stadium 
Drive. Follow signs for parking. 

From Virginia and Points South 

Take I-95 North to Washington, DCs Capital Beltway 
(I-495). Continue North on I-95/I-495 toward Baltimore. 
Take Exit 25 (U.S. 1 South toward College Park). Proceed 
approximately one mile south on U.S. Route 1 and take the 
exit for 193 West. At the second traffic light, follow signs for 
parking. 

From Virginia and Points West 

Take I-66 East or I-270 South to Washington, D.C.'s 
Capital Beltway (I-495). Go East on I-495 toward Baltimore/ 
Silver Spnng. Take Exit 25 (U.S. 1 South toward College 
Park). Proceed approximately one mile south on U.S. 
Route 1 and take the exit for 193 West. At the second traffic 
light, turn left onto Stadium Drive Follow signs for parking. 

From Annapolis and Points East 

Take U.S. 50 to Washington, D.C.'s Capital Beltway 
(I-495 West). Go North on I-95/I-495 toward Baltimore. 
Take Exit 25 (U.S. 1 South toward College Park). Proceed 
approximately one mile south on U.S. Route 1 and take the 
exit for 193 West. At the second traffic light, turn 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/DC. line. Go East on I-495 toward Baltimore. 
Take Exit 25 (U.S. 1 South toward College Park). Proceed 
approximately one mile south on U.S. Route 1 and take the 
exit for 193 West. At the second traffic light, follow signs for 
parking. 

From Washington. D.C. (Northeast/Southeast) 

Take Rhode Island Ave. (U.S. 1 North) which becomes 
Baltimore Ave. North at Maryland/D.C. line. Proceed through 
the city of College Park. Turn left at mam entrance. At the 
traffic circle with an "M" in it. take second nght. Go straight on 
Campus Drive. Follow signs for parking. 



MEDIA RELATIONS 
STAFF 





DOUG 
DULL 

Assoc Athletics Director 
Office. 301-314-7064 
Home 410-7964449 
E-Mail ddull@umd.edu 



GREG 

CREESE 

Associate Director 

Office: 301-314-7065 

E-Mail gcreese@umd edu 





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CARRIE 

BITTMAN 

Assistant Director 

Office: 301-314-7068 

Cell 917-669-6686 

E-Mail: cbittman@umd.edu 



NATALIA 
CICCONE 

Assistant Director 
Office: 301-314-7063 
Cell: 814-880-9062 

E-Mail: nciccone@umd edu 





PATRICK 
FISCHER 

Assistant Director/ 

Publications Coordinator 

Office: 301-314-7062 

E-Mail: pfischer@umd.edu 



ADAM 
ZUNDELL 

Assistant Director/ 

Office 301-314-7066 

Home. 301-617-9089 

E-Mail azundell@umd.edu 



ANN CABINESS 

Office Manager 
Credential Requests 
Office 301-314-7064 



GAMEDAY STAFF 

Sam Angell. Manel Brady. Alan Brody, Anne Cofer, 

Doug Gould, Stephanie Haas. Kate Homan. 

Daren Jenkins. Ben Kochanski. Dave Loeb. Jon Stratton. 

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 writer 

[C] indicates columnist 
[SW] indicates staff writer 
[SA] indicates sports anchor 
[SR] indicates sports reporter 
[STH] indicates sports talk host 
[ESP] indicates exec sports producer 
[SP] indicates sports producer 

[AM] indicates assignment manager 

Maryland Radio 
Network 

Johnny Holliday 
ABC Radio 
1717DesalesSt.NW 
Washington DC 20036 
(301)9464261 [home] 
(301) 946-9111 [fax] 
|holliday6@aol.com 

Jonathan Claiborne 

1410 Bolton Street 
Baltimore, MD 21217 
(410) 523-5174 [home] 
(410) 347-9409 [work] 
jclaibome@wtplaw.com 

Tim Strachan 

3925 Washington St 
Kensington, MD 20071 
(301) 949-7110 [home] 
(202) 224-0695 [work] 
M3fund@aol.com 

Print Outlets 

Washington Post 

1150 15th St. NW 
Washington DC 20071 
(202)334-7350 
(202) 334-7685 [fax] 
sports@washpost.com 
Emilio Garcia-Ruiz [SE] 
Matt Rennie [ASE] 
Dan Steinberg [B] 
Barry Svriuga [SW] 
Michael Wilbon [C] 
Tony Komheiser [C] 
Thomas Boswell [C] 
Mike Wise [C] 

Baltimore Sun 

501 North Calvert Street 
Baltimore, MD 21278 
(410)332-6200 
(410) 783-2518 [fax] 
sports@baltsun.com 
Tim Wheatley [SE] 
Steve Marcus [ASE] 
George VanDamker [ASE] 
Heather Dinich [B] 
Rick Maese [C] 
David Steele[C] 
John Eisenberg [C] 
Peter Schmuck [C] 

Washington Times 
3600 New York Ave., NE 
Washington DC 20002 
(202) 636-3261 
(202) 529-7869 [fax] 
sports@washingtontimes.com 
Mark Hartsell (SE) 
Patnck Stevens [B] 
Tom Knott [C] 
Dan Daly [C] 
Dick Heller [C| 
Thorn loverro [C] 



Annapolis Capital 

2000 Capital Dnve 
Annapolis, MD 21404 
(410)280-5923 
(410) 280-5953 [fax] 
sports@capitalgazette com 
Joe Gross (SE] 
Bill Wagner [B] 
John McNamara [B/C] 

Washington Examiner 

6208 Edsal! Road 
Alexandria. VA 223 12 
(703) 846-8335 
(703) 846-8366 [fax] 
sports@dcexaminer com 
Dan Rubin [SE] 
Leon Saffeile [ASE] 
Rick Snider [C] 
John Keim [SW] 
Brian McNally [SW] 
Kevin Dunleavy [SW] 
Craig Stouffer [SW] 

Frederick News-Post 

200 E Patnck Street 

Frederick, MD 21701 

(301)662-1177 

(301) 662-8299 [fax] 

sgoldberg@fredericknewsposI.com 

Stan Goldberg [SE] 

John Cannon [SW] 

Brandon Oland [SW] 

Hagerstown Herald/Mail 
100 Summit Ave. 
Hagerstown, MD 21740 
(301)733-5131 
(301) 714-0245 [fax] 
sports@herald-mail.com 
Mark Keller [SE, Morning Herald] 
Larry Yanos [SE, Daily Mail] 
Bob Parasiliti [B] 

Montgomery Gazette 
1200 Quince Orchard Blvd. 
Gaithersburg, MD 20878 
(301)670-2050 
(301) 670-7183 [fax] 
sports@gazette.net 
Bnan Heard [SE] 
Josh Cooley [ASE] 
JohnWehmueller[ASE/SW] 
Jennifer Beekman [SW] 
ChayRao[SW] 
James Peters [SW] 

Montgomery Sentinel 
30 Courthouse Square 
Suite 405 

Rockville. MD 20850 
(301)838-0788 
(301) 838-3458 [fax] 
editor-mc@thesentjnel.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@gazette net 

Seth Elkin [SE] 

Adam Rubenstem [ASE] 

Ted Black [SW] 

Derek Toney [SW] 

Terron Hampton [SW] 



Salisbury Times 
115 E Carroll Street 
Salisbury, MD 21801 
(410) 749-7171, ext. 212 
(410) 749-7290 [fax] 
syonker@smgpogannett.com 
Shawn Yonker [SE] 
Tim Brennan [SW] 
Jason Barbato [SW] 

Terrapin Times 

PO Box 993 

Bel Air, MD 21014 

(800)594-9320 

(410) 256-8838 [fax] 

Kcfish4life@hotmail com (and) 

kcav5@aol.com 

Keith Cavanaugh [SE] 

Mark Clem [SW] 

Mike Ashley [SW] 

Chris King [SW] 

Wire/National 
Services 

Associated Press 

218 N Charles St 
Suite 330 

Baltimore. MD 21201 
(410) 837-8315 |AP] 
(410) 560-2735 [home office] 
(410) 727-1550 [fax] 
sptswtr@aol com 
Dave Ginsburg [SE] 

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) 906-6011 [cell] 
cheist@aol.com 

Student Media 

The Diamondback 

3136 South Campus Dining Hall 

University of Maryland 

College Park, MD 20742 

(301)314-8200 

(301) 314-8358 [fax] 

sports@dbk.umd.edu 

Andrew Zuckerman [SE] 

Stephen Whyno [B] 

WMUC Radio 

3130 South Campus Dining Hall 

University of Maryland 

College Park. MD 20742 

(301)314-7866 

(301) 314-7879 [fax] 

Bret Lasky [SD] 

Nick Verderame 

Mark Leff 



Radio Outlets 

WHFS (105.7-FM) 
600 Washington Ave 
Suite 201 

Baltimore, MD 21204 
(410)828-7722 
(410) 821-8256 [fax] 

ESPN(1300-AM) 
600 Washington Ave 
Suite 201 

Baltimore. MD 21204 
(410)823-1570 
(410) 821-5482 [fax] 

WBAL(1090-AM) 
3800 Hooper Avenue 
Baltimore, MD 21211 
(410)338-6592 
(410) 338-6675 [fax] 
sdavis@wbal com 
Steve Davis [SD] 
Jerry Coleman [SA] 
Stan White [SA] 
Jared Ruderman [SP] 

WTEM (980-AM) 

8750 Brookville Road 
Silver Spnng. MD 20910 
(301)770-5701 
(301) 881-8025 [fax] 
scottlinn@clearchannei.com 
Andy Pollin [SD] 
Steve Czaban [STH] 
Rick "Doc' Walker [STH] 
Chns Johnson [SP] 
Scott Linn [SA] 
Bram Weinstem [SR] 
Al Galdi [SA] 
Scott Jackson [SA] 
Kevin Sheehan [SA] 

WCBM(680-AM) 

1726 Reisterstown Road, Suite 117 

Baltimore, MD 21208 

(410) 580-6800 

(410) 580-6810 [fax] 

WFMD (930-AM) 
5966 Grove Hill Road 
Fredenck,MD 21703 
(301)6634181 
(301) 682-8018 [fax] 

WJFK (106.7-FM) 
10800 Main Street 
Fairfax, VA 22030 
(703)691-1900 
(703) 352-0111 [fax] 

WMAL(630-AM) 

4400 Jenifer St. 

Washington DC 20015 

(202) 686-3020 

(202) 537-0009 [fax] 

Tblaz@cox.net 

Bryan. c.nehman@abc com 

Tom Blaz [SR] 

Bryan Nehman [SR] 

WNST|1570-AM) 
1550 Hart Road 
Towson, MD 21286 
(410)821-9678 
(410)828-4698 [fax] 
steveh@wnst.net 
Paul Kopelke [GM] 
'Nasty' Nestor Apancio[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@wtopnews.com 

Dave Johnson [SD] 

Byron Kerr [SR] 

Jonathan Warner [SR] 

Craig Heist [SR] 

TV Outlets 

WBAL(NBC-11) 
3800 Hooper Ave. 
Baltimore, MD 21211 
(410) 338-1750 
(410)467-6671 [fax] 
11sports@thewbalchannel com 
Gerry Sandusky [SD] 
Pete Gilbert [SA] 
Chns Dachille [SP] 

WBFF (F0X45) 
2000 W 41st St. 
Baltimore, MD 21211 
(410)467-5595 
(410) 467-5093 [fax] 
Bruce Cunningham [SD] 
Amber Theohams[SA] 
Vince Villani [SP] 
Steve Penczek [SP] 

WJZ (CBS-13) 
Television Hill 
Baltimore, MD 21211 
(410)578-7522 
(410) 578-0642 [fax] 
mpupo@cbscom 
MarkViviano(SD] 
Mike Pupo [ESP] 
Stan Saunders [SR/SP] 
Scott Curkin [SR/SP] 
Travis Thomas [SP] 

WMAR (ABC-2) 
6400 York Road 
Baltimore. MD 21212 
(410) 377-7558 
(410) 377-0493 [fax] 
martiyan@wmar.com 
Scott Garceau [SD] 
Adam Marayan [SP] 
Lon Snyder [SP] 

WJLA|ABC-7)/Newschannel8 

1100 Wilson Blvd. 

6th Floor 

Arlington, VA 22209 

(703)236-9499 

(703) 236-9263 [fax] 

sports@w|la.com 

Tim Brant [SD] 

GregToland[SA] 

Keith Abernethy [SP| 

Alex Partcer [SP] 

Ross MacCallum [SP] 



WRC (NBC4) 
4001 Nebraska Ave. NW 
Washington, DC 20016 
(202) 885-4451 
(202) 8854002 [fax] 
wrcsports@nbc.com 
George Michael [SD] 
Lindsay Czarniak [SA] 
Joe Scfireiber [ESP] 
Jeff Greenberg [ESP] 
Mallory Crossland [SP] 
Jeff Dunne [SP] 

WTTG (FOX-5) 

5151 Wisconsin Ave 
Washington, DC 20016 
(202) 895-3026 
(202) 895-3010 [fax] 
feldyfox5@yahoo.com 
bill.kistner@foxtv.com 
Dave Feldman [SD] 
Lou Holder [SA/SR] 
Diane Roberts [SR] 
Bill Kistner [ESP] 

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] 
Shawn Stepner[SD] 
James Hill [SR] 

WMDT (ABC47) 

202 Downtown Plaza 
Salisbury. MD 21803 
(410) 7424747. ext. 324 
(410) 7494777 [fax] 
sports@wmdt.com 
Nate Daugherty [SA] 

Comcast SportsNet 

7700 Wisconsin Ave 

Suite 200 

Bethesda.MD 20814 

(240) 497-3401 

(301) 718-3324 [fax] 

jyasharoff@comcastsportsnet.com 

Chick Hernandez [SA] 

Scott Hanson [SA] 

Brent Hams [SA] 

Kelli Johnson [SA] 

Jill Sorenson [SA] 

Sage Steele [SA] 

Michael Jenkins [SA] 

Russ Thaler [SA] 

Manus Payton [SA] 

JoeYasharoff[AM] 

Prince George's Co. 
Cable News 15 
9475 Loltsford Rd . 
Suite 125 
Largo. MD 20774 
(301)386-7627 
(301) 322-6132 [fax] 
Dave Goldman [SD] 
David Barnes [SP] 
Chns Marks [SR] 



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