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A new era in the proud tradition of 
Maryland Athletics began in 
November 2007 with the first 
extensive expansion of Chevy Chase 
Bank Field at Byrd Stadium in over a 
decade. 

Phase One includes the expansio 
of Tyser Tower along the South 
concourse, allowing for the additi 
of 64 luxury suites of varying sizes 
Additionally, mezzanine seating for 



(featuring heated and covered 
seating and food service); a 
Presidential Suite with seating for 
200 guests; new work areas for 
television, radio and print media; 
new work areas for coaches and 
game-day operating staff; a new 
game-day merchandise outlet; 
enhanced seating for disabled 
customers; and a state-of-the-art 
video scoreboard on the West 
concourse. 

Phase Two includes the installation 
of railings in the North and South 
lower bowl to enhance fan safety 
and comfort; chair-back seating in 
the 200 level on the North side; and 
additional restrooms and 
concessions on the South side. The 
playing field will be lowered to 
improve sight lines for seats on the 
first 10 rows, converting those 
3,000 seats from obstructed-view to 
some of the best views in the 
stadium. Additionally, all of the blue 
roofs in the stadium will be painted. 

Future Expansion includes the 
renovation of Gossett Football 
Team House to include larger locker 
rooms and training areas, as well as 
the transformation of the West End 
Zone with the addition of nearly 
8,000 seats which will bring stadium 
capacity to approximately 60,000 



This expansion plan is an ambitious 
one. Critical to its success is the 
leasing of all available suites within 
the expanded Tyser Tower. You can 
support the proud tradition and 
future growth of Maryland Football 
by contributing to the Great 
Expectations campaign or leasing a 
luxury suite at the stadium. 




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Aug. 30 DELAWARE 

Sept. 6 at Middle Tennessee St. 

Sept. 13 CALIFORNIA 

Sept. 20 EASTERN MICHIGAN 

Sept. 27 at Clemson* 

Oct. 4 at Virginia* 

Oct. 18 WAKE FOREST* 

Oct. 25 NC STATE* (HC) 

Nov. 6 at Virginia Tech* 

Nov. 15 NORTH CAROLINA* 

Nov. 22 FLORIDA STATE* 

Nov. 29 at Boston College* 

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This is Maryland Football 1-32 

2008 Schedule 1 

Table of Contents 2 

The Maryland Philosophy 4 

Game Day at Byrd 6 

Byrd Stadium 8 

The New Era 10 

Gossett Team House 12 

Fridge Fever 14 

Going Bowling 16 

Honored Terps 18 

ACC Conference of Champions 20 

Media Spotlight 22 

Terps' NFL Connection 24 

Terps' Quarterback Legacy 26 

No Better Place 28 

So Much. ..So Close 30 

Walk-ons 32 

Coaching Staff 33-52 

Head Coach Ralph Friedgen 34 

Assistant Coaches 40 

James Franklin, Asst. Head Coach/ 

Off. Coordinator/Quarterbacks 40 

Chris Cosh, Def. Coordinator/ 

Inside Linebackers 41 

Tom Brattan, Offensive Line 42 

John Donovan, Running Backs 43 

Lee Hull, Wide Receivers 44 

Kevin Lempa, Secondary 45 

Danny Pearman, Special Teams/ 

Tight Ends & H-Backs 46 

Al Seamonson, Outside Linebackers/ 

Special Teams Asst 47 

Dave Sollazzo, Defensive Line/ 

Recruiting Coordinator 48 

Support Staff 49 

Coaching Aides 52 

20GB Season Outlook 53-00 

2008 Season Preview 54 

Preseason Depth Chart 61 

Alphabetical Roster 62 

Pronunciation Guide 63 

Numerical Roster 64 

Preseason Honors 66 

2000 Terrapin Profiles 07-110 

Player Profiles 68 

Newcomer Profiles 108 

2000 Terrapin Profiles 07-110 

Player Profiles 68 

Newcomer Profiles 108 

2007 Season Review 111-120 

2007 Review Notebook 112 

2007 Final Statistics 114 

Offensive Game-by-Game Stats 116 

Defensive Game-by-Game Stats 117 

Team Game-by-Game Stats 118 

Season Superlatives 119 

Participation Chart 1 20 

Game-by-Game Starters 121 

Game Recaps 1 22 

2008 Travel Itinerary 1 26 

Atlantic Coast Conference . . . 127-132 

About the Atlantic Coast Conference. . . 128 

2007 ACC Review 129 

2007 Team Statistics 1 30 

2007 Individual Statistics 131 

2007 ACC Players of the Week 1 32 



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2000 Madia Guida Credits 

The 2008 University of Maryland Football Media Guide was 
published by the Maryland athletics media relations office witl 
the intent to serve all media and followers of Terrapin football 
Additional copies may be purchased for $25. Mail orders 
should include $3 for postage and handling. Call (301) 314- 
7064 to order. 

The guide was written and edited by Shawn Nestor, associ- 
ate media relations director. Additional writing and editorial 
assistance was provided by Doug Dull, associate athletics 
director for media relations. Layout and design by Patrick 
Fischer, publications coordinator and assistant media relations 
director. Covers and first 32 pages designed by John 
Schaffhauser. Research and editorial assistance by Matt 
Bixenstine, Jodi Fick, Joey Flyntz, Sean McAllister, Abby 
Sondak and Jason Yaman. Photography by Greg Fiume, John 
Consoli, Mitchell Layton, Tony Quinn, Larry French, John 
Studwell, John M. Reid III, Dave Christianson, Bruce 
Schwartzman, Bill Welch, Karl Merton Feron, Bill Vaughan, Phi 
Hoffmann, NFL Photos, Annapolis and Anne Arundel County 
Chamber of Commerce. 

The Maryland athletics media relations staff extends its 
thanks to all ACC and opponent sports information offices, th 



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, NFL, Anne Turkos and her staff in university archives, and all 
members of past sports information staffs that have assisted in 

f compiling information that is an integral part of this guide. Any 

corrections or additions to the media guide are welcome and 
™ should be directed, in writing, to Shawn Nestor. 

The University of Maryland is an equal opportunity institu- 
tP tion with respect to both education and employment. The uni- 
versity does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, origin, 

~ sex or handicap in admission or access to, or treatment or 
employment in, its programs and activities as required by fed- 
eral (Title VI, Title IX, Section 504) and state laws and regula- 
tions. Inquiries regarding compliance with Title VI f the Civil 
_ Rights Act of 1964, as amended, Title IX of the 1972 
Educational Amendment, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act 
of 1973, or related legal requirements should be directed to 

r the Office of Human Relations, 1 130 Shriver Laboratory, East 
Wing, College Park, Maryland 20742-4321; telephone— 301- 
405-2838. Inquiries concerning the application of Section 504 
and Part 34 of the C.F.R. to the University of Maryland, College 
Park, Maybe directed to the Director, Disabled Student 
Services, 0126 Shoemaker Hall, University of Maryland, College 
Park, Md. 20742; telephone — 301-314-7682 (voice) or 301- 
314-7683 (TTY) or Doug Dull. 






onent Information 133-138 

Derawnre (Aug. 30) 1 34 

Middle Tennessee State (Sept. 6) 134 

California (Sept. 13) 1 34 

Eastern Michigan (Sept. 20) 1 35 

Clemson (Sept. 27) 1 35 

Virginia (Oct. 4) 135 

Wake Forest (Oct. 18) 1 36 

NC State (Oct. 25) 136 

Virginia Tech (Nov. 6) 1 36 

North Carolina (Nov. 15) 137 

Florida State (Nov. 22) 137 

Boston College (Nov. 29) 1 37 

2008 Composite Schedule 1 38 

Postseason History 139-158 

Bowl Game Results 140 

Bowl Game Capsules 1 40 

All-Time Bowl Records 149 

Team Capsules 1 50 

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 

All-Americans 160 

Outstanding Award Winners 161 

Honorable Mention All-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 2008 NFL Rosters 170 

Terps in Other Pro Leagues 170 

All-Time Terps in the NFL 171 

Terp Coaches in the NFL 173 

First Round Draft Picks 174 

All-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 1 82 

Individual Records 189 

Rushing Records 189 

All-Purpose Records 1 89 

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 A. Yow 198 

Academic Support & 

Career Development 200 

Undergraduate Programs of Study 201 

Strength & Conditioning 202 

Sports Medicine 203 

Athletics Development 204 

Terps on Radio 205 

Media Information 206 

Covering the Terps 208 



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

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

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



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

} 0l We will embrace the concept of family through team 
bonding and working toward common goals. 

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

» We will develop relationships that last a lifetime. 

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There have been a number of 
accomplishments in the class- 
room under the direction of 
Head Coach Ralph Friedgen. 
Some of those include: 

32 Academic AII-ACC 
honorees, including six 
during the 2007 season. 

1 4 of 1 5 seniors from the 
2007 squad have already 
earned a degree. 

1 9 of 23 scholarship players 
who entered school in 2004 
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The gameday atmosphere at Chevy Chase Bank Field 
at Byrd Stadium is among the best in the country. 
Fans arrive early, they rock the house and stay late. 
Some of the top crowds in school history have 
occurred during Ralph Friedgen's tenure: 

School record home attendance in 2005 



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

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



Maryland Victory Song 



Maryland, we're all behind you. 

Wave high the black and gold, 

For there is nothing half so glorious 

As to see our men victorious. 

We've got the team, boys, 

We've got the steam, boys, 

So keep on fighting, don't give in! 

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Attendance at Chevy Chase Bank Field at 
Byrd Stadium has continued to be strong 
over the last seven years. In 2005, 
Maryland set a school record for per-game 
attendance when an average of 52,426 fans 
passed through the turnstiles at the five 
home games. The Terrapins have drawn 
more than 49,000 fans in each of the last 
five seasons, the first time in school history 
that milestone has been achieved. In Ralph 
Friedgen's seven seasons an average of 
49,092 have seen each game. In fact, the 
five highest average attendance figures 
have occurred in Ralph Friedgen's seven 
seasons. The home attendance in the last 
seven years is more than the previous 12 
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Maryland Athletics began at the 
conclusion of the 2007 regular season 
with the first extensive expansion to 
Chevy Chase Bank Field in over a 
decade. 

PHASE ONE, which began in 
November 2007, includes the 
expansion of Tyser Tower along the 
South concourse, allowing for the 
addition of 64 suites of varying sizes. 
Additionally, mezzanine seating for 
approximately 500 will be added 
(featuring heated and covered 
seating and food service); a University 
Suite with seating for 200 guests; new 
work areas for television, radio and 
print media; new work areas for 
coaches and game day operating 
staff; a new team store; and 
enhanced seating for disabled 
customers. Additionally, a 
state-of-the-art LED videoboard was 
installed last summer in the West end 
zone and will be operational for the 
2008 season. Phase One is scheduled 
to be completed prior to the start of 
the 2009 season. 

PHASE TWO includes the 
installation of railings in the North 
and South lower bowl to enhance fan 
safety and comfort; chair back seating 
in the 200 level on the North side; 
and new restrooms and concessions 
on the South side. Additionally, 
playing field will be lowered to 
improve sight lines for seats on the 
first 10 rows, converting those 3,000 
seats from obstructed view to some 
of the best views in the stadium. It 
also includes the painting of all of the 
roofs within the stadium complex that 
are currently painted blue. 

FUTURE EXPANSION includes 
the addition of nearly 8,000 seats to 
the 200 level in the West end zone 
which will bring stadium capacity to 
about 60,000 seats. 

This expansion plan is an ambitious 
one. Critical to its success is the 
leasing of all available suites within 
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is a very exciting time to be part of Maryland football. " 

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The Gossett Football Team House encom- 
passes everything a student-athlete needs at 
one of the top universities in the country. 

In recent years, the Gossett Team House 
has been transformed into one of the top 
football facilities in the nation. 

An expansion project over the course of 
the last few years has improved the Univer- 
sity 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 
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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 dedicated to 
support and strengthen the academic and 
career-achievement initiatives of football 
student-athletes by more than 4,000 square 
feet. In addition, a new video board 
in the East end zone was / 

finished in time for the 2002 
season, giving fans a more 
vibrant and exciting experience 
in Chevy Chase Bank Field at 
Byrd Stadium with game action \ 
and replays shown on a board 
measuring feet by 28 feet (an additional 
video board was added in the West end 
zone prior to the 2008 season). 

Phases Two and Three, completed in the 
summer of 2004, include a 3,500 square-foot 
meeting room and dining facility which 
provides a multi-purpose showcase for 
recruits and their families. 

It also includes a new team meeting audi- 
torium which gives the entire football team 
the opportunity to meet together in one 
room, allowing the coaching staff to teach 
using state-of-the-art technology in an envi- 
ronment that has sufficient seating space for 
all the players. This addition improves the 
staff's capability to effectively present offen- 
sive and defensive game plans. 

The construction also included 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 
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NFL draft pick in 1937 and continuing 
in 2000 with Frank Wycheck's lateral in 
the "Music City Miracle," the Terrapins 
have fashioned an impressive tradition 
in the National Football League. Names 
like Scarbath, Jones, Nolan, White, 
Avellini, Esiason, Shiner, O'Donnell, 
Collins, Nehemiah, Lewis, Glover, 
Atkinson and Mike-Mayer have dotted 
NFL rosters over the years. In all, 
nearly 1 50 Terrapins have gone on to 
play professionally following their 
Maryland careers. 

DID YOU KNOW? 

Maryland has had 195 National 
Football League Draft choices since 
1937. 

Including Vernon Davis, the 6th pick 
overall in the 2006 Draft, there have 
been 1 4 Terrapins taken in the first 
round of the NFL Draft, including a pai 
of No. 2 overall selections in Jack 
Scarbath (1953) and Randy White 
(1975). 

Butkus and Bednarik award-winning 

linebacker E.J. Henderson was selected 

early in the second 

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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). 



Shawne Merriman 

2005 NFL Defensive ^ 
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36 former Terrapins were on NFL 
rosters prior to the start of the 2008 
training camps. 

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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2001, 63% (10 of 16) of 
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JACK SCARBATH (1950-52) — Maryland's 
split T quarterback was runner-up to Billy 
Vassals for tha Haisman Trophy and was a 
unanimous All-America selection in 1952. In 
three seasons, the Terps were 24-4-1 with 
Scarbath asJQB, 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. | 



BOB AVELUNI (1972-74) — Set school mark 
at the time for total offense (31 2 yards) and 
passing yards (314) while completing 21 of 
31 passes in a game in his first career sta 
;iiis sophomore year vs. Duke. Went on t< 
have a 10-year NFL career. 



NEIL O'DONNELL (1987-89) — A two-year 
starter! in college, he ended his career in the No. 
2 spotjon most major Terp passing charts. j* 

Drafted by the Steelers in 1990, he became the? ' 
team's! franchise player during his six seasons,; \ V 
making a Pro Bowl appearance in only his tj * 
second year and leading Pittsburgh to an ; t 
appearance in Super Bowl XXX. 

SCOTT ZOLAK (1989-90) — Despite startin 
one season for the Terps, he finished his colle- 
giate career among Terp leaders in passing ya 
!3,124) and completions (270). His 2,589 passi 
rards in 1990 ranked as the second-highest 
single-season total in school history and helped 
earn him honorable mention All-America recog- 
ition from Football News. He was taken in the 
>urthround of the 1991 NFL Draft by the New 
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BOOMER ESIASON (1981-83) — A two-time 
All-Americah who set 1 7 school records, led 
the Terps to the ACC championship in 1983 
and a berth' in the Tangerine Bowl. Arguably 
the most prolific left-handed quarterback in 
NFL history] Esiason was a four-time Pro 



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second-greatest comeback in the college 

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halftime against No. 6 Miami (Fla.) anil dc 
31-0. Maryland pulled off the miracle upse 
42-40, and Reich finished the season as on 

'( of the top-rated passers in the country. 
Appeared in four Super Bowl 

STAN GELBAUGH (1 984-85) — 
behind Esiason and Reich before mi 
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 
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s one of the most decorated Terrapin QBs 
n fact, Milanovich still owns most Maryland 
passing records, including career standards f 



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ouettes 

HAUN HILL (2000-2001) — Sparked the Terra- 
ins to the 2001 ACC championship and earned 
team MVP honors, throwing for 1 3 touchdowns 
'or seven more. Originally picked u 
s, Hill is currrently in his seventh 
n with the San Francisco 49ers. 



BRIEN (2002-2003) — Southpaw 
transfer from West Virginia who led the Terra- , 
~ins to 21 wins in his two years as a starter — ' , 
ost by any Terp QB in two years — and was 
imed MVP of the Peach and Gator Bowls. Cur- 
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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 4 
of his team's fortunes than Ralph Friedgen, the consensus 
national Coach of the Year in 2001, who is third all-time in the i- 
Atlantic Coast Conference in the number of wins in the first ^ 
seven years of his career. Friedgen has taken the Terps to five 
bowls in his first seven seasons, including posting a school- <* 
record three straight bowl wins. .. 

Friedgen's rookie season included an ACC title, a BCS - 

appearance in the FedEx Orange Bowl, and a final ranking of 
No. 1 0... Maryland finished each of the next two seasons by i< 
winning 10 of its last 11 games, including dominating perfor- \ 



Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl and 41-7 over West Virginia in the 



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field and see hash marks and ya 
lines. Ralph Friedgen sees plays 
and patterns invisible to every 
other naked eye. And if anyone 
on defense does see them, thej 
see them a step too late. Morel 
important, Ralph has the skill to 
teach what he sees to his player 

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tant knew 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 contender for the ACC 
championship. Ralph Friedgen is the real deal. 

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for service by a male sports team 
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team in both 2005 and 2006. 



Former Terp RANDY WHITE was chosen as the 
best player in ACC history by the Raleigh News & 
Observer. This summer. White was named as 

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Maryland made its fifth 
bowl trip in seven years 
when it was invited to 
play Oregon State in the 
2007 Emerald Bowl. The 
game in San Francisco's 
AT&T Park drew more 
than 32,000 fans for the 
,__. ACC vs. Pac-10 matchup. 

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well-established history 
of bringing loyal fans in 
large numbers to 
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appearances for the fourth time in 
school history (1973-78 and 
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four bowl opponents by a 
combined 109-38 score, with vic- 
tories over nationally prominent 
schools such as Tennessee, West 
Virginia and Purdue. 

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one of the dominant football conferences in the 
nation in 2007, with two teams ranked among the 
nation's Top 10 in the final Associated Press poll. 
Fans around the league are ready for an exciting 
2008 season, with the league showing great parity} 
and balance. 

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



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five of the first six BCS National Championship 
games. 

In 2007, the ACC matched its record from the 
previous season with eight teams earning bowl 
bids. Since 2001, the ACC has appeared in post- 
season play 49 times. In 2002, the ACC set a 
NCAA record for the percentage of teams in a 
conference that reached the postseason when 
seven of the then-nine teams earned bids. 






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league enjoyed its an average per-game atten- 
dance of 53,733. The mark is the best since the 
ACC expanded to 1 2 teams and the second-best 
in league history. Ten ACC schools, including 
Maryland, filled their stadiums to 91 percent of 
capacity or better. 

\, With Virginia's Chris Long and Boston College's 
Matt Ryan being chosen second and third in the 
2008 NFL Draft, the ACC became the first confer- 
ence in the nation to have two student-athletes 
chosen among the top four picks in the draft for 
three consecutive years. 



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[Date & Time: December 20, 1 1 a.m. 

| Stadium & Site: Nationals Park or RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C. 
Teams: 5/6/7 vs. Big East No. 3 

MEINEKE CAR CARE BOWL 

Date & Time: December 27, 1 p.m. 

Stadium & Site: Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, N.C. 

Teams: ACC No. 5/6/7 vs. Big East No. 3 

CHAMPS SPORTS BOWL 

Date & Time: December 27, 4:30 p.m. 

Stadium & Site: Florida Citrus Bowl, Orlando, Fla. 

Teams: ACC No. 4 vs. Big Ten No. 4/5 

EMERALD BOWL 

Date & Time: December 27, 8 p.m. 

Stadium & Site: AT&T Park, San Francisco, Calif. 

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Date & Time: December 30, 4:30 p.m. 
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Teams: ACC No. 8 vs. WAC 

GAYLORD HOTELS MUSIC CITY BOWL 

Date & Time: December 31, 3:30 p.m. 
Stadium & Site: LP Field, Nashville, Tenn. 
Teams: ACC No. 5/6/7 vs. SEC 

CHICK-FIL-A BOWL 

Date & Time: December 31 , 7:30 p.m. 
Stadium 8c Site: Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Ga. 
Teams: ACC No. 2 vs. SEC 

KONICA MINOLTA GATOR BOWL 

Date & Time: January 1, 2009, 1 p.m. 

Stadium & Site: Jacksonville Municipal Stadium, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Teams: ACC No. 3 vs. Big East or Big 1 2 

FEDEX ORANGE BOWL 

Date & Time: January 1, 2009, 8 p.m. 
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Stadium 8c Site: Dolphin Stadium, Miami, Fla. 
Teams: BCS No. 1 vs. BCS No. 2 



DID YOD KNOW? 



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

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

W USA Today, the nation's newspaper, is 
headquartered less than 20 miles from 
College Park. 

Ill The Terrapin Sports Radio Network, 
which can be accessed up and down the 
East Coast, boasts one of the largest 
coverage areas in collegiate sports. 
Johnny Holliday, winner of the 2006 Chris 
Schenkel Award, is in his 30th year as 
Voice of the Terps. 





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

G3 ACC football will receive 

extensive live television coverage over 
the next decade, with ABC, ESPN/ 
ESPN2/ESPNU and Raycom combining 
for more than 200 telecasts. 



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Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium seats 
more than 160 members of the media on 
its third level and features outstanding 
facilities for radio and television on the 
fourth level. 

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

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



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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 127 majors 
and some of the highest-ranked 
programs in the country. As of 2007, 86 
programs rank in the top 25 nationally 
and a school-record 31 programs were 
in the top 10 in the latest U.S. News & 
World Report undergraduate ranking of 
top public universities. 

Specifically, the University of 
Maryland's Smith School of Business 
was ranked 21st, while the Clark School 
of Engineering was ranked 25th. In 
graduate school rankings, the College 
of Education, the Clark School of 
Engineering, the College of Information 
Studies and the College of Computer, 
Mathematical and Physical Sciences 
each had specialties listed among the 
top 25 in the nation. 








High-tech, engineering, and service 
industries thrive in close proximity to 
the campus, offering a wide spectrum 
of internships, work-study opportunities 
and career choices for students. And, 
the campus is surrounded by the 
dynamic cultural opportunities that only 
a major metropolitan area can provide. 

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

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



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Terps Athletics Tops In 
Management, Innovation 

The University of Maryland athletics 
department won the inaugural colle- 
giate PRISM Award given by the the 
University of Massachusetts 
Department of Sports Management. 
The award honors demonstrated 
excellence and innovation in sports 
management of NCAA Division l-A and 
l-AA institutions. 



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WASHINGTON, D.C. 

The nation's capital and its 
major attractions are within 10 
miles of College Park. And the 
highly efficient Metro rail 
system, with a station at the 
campus doorstep, makes navi- 
gating the greater Washing- 
ton, 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 1 2th-largest city in the 
United States is often referred 
to as the "Charm City." 
Located just 35 miles north of 
the University of Maryland, its 
rejuvenation as an urban 
center is unprecedented. The 
Inner Harbor, its National 
Aquarium and tall .-<^ 

ships, and the nearby f. 
Oriole Park at V 

Camden Yards create ' 
an exciting, vibrant 
holiday atmosphere 
in a city that boasts 
one of the world's 
great sea ports. 




beyond the Universi 
ol Maryland campus. 

City lights, history, sparkling waterfronts, monumen- 
tal landscapes. Jazz, film festivals, marches and dem- 
onstrations. Shopping, professional sports, regattas 
on the Chesapeake Bay. Not just one city, but three. 
Not just any city, but the nation's capital, a major port 
city, and the state capital of Maryland. I 




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The state capital of Maryland 
lies just 30 miles east of the i 

University of Maryland. Long 
called the "sailing capital of 
the United States," Annapolis 
is located at the mouth of the 
Severn River on the Chesa- ^ 

peake Bay. The historic 
downtown area is known for its 
wonderful eating and shopping 
opportunities. There are few 
places in the world that rival 
the Chesapeake Bay area for 
its appealing qualities. 







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■ Arlington Notional 
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 
continuity, but can also earn 
their own scholarship and bid 
for significant playing time. 

Take the case of Chad Scott. 
After playing two seasons at 
Towson in 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 1996. The rest is 
history. Scott was a first-round 
draft choice of the Pittsburgh 
Steelers in 1997 and played for 
the three-time NFL 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 the i 

Terrapins' program. I 
With recent scholarship 
reductions, walk-on players 
have become a vital 
component to the rebuilding of 
Maryland football fortunes. 

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

A recent Maryland player to 
go from walk-on to standout is 
former safety Madieu Williams, 
a transfer from Towson who 
became the first Terrapin 
picked in the 2003 NFL Draft, 
going in the second round to 
the 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 cornerback. He 
signed last spring as a free 
agent with the Minnesota 
Vikings. 



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on scholarship. Holloway 
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with 70 tackles in 2006 an [ 
signed a free-agent contra" 
with the Arizona Cardinal'' 
Haynos finished second orl 
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2006 and 2007, and will 
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Coach Friedgen: 

Dan Ennis, PK 

Team's starting p/ace-fcid 
in 2005 and 2006. 

Moise Fokou, LB 

Third on team in tackles | 

2007. 

Joey Haynos, TE 

Second on team in recei| 
in 2006 and 2007. 

David Holloway, LB 

Three-year starter for Tej 
who signed NFL contrai 

Scott McBrien, QB 

Peach Bowl and Gator I 
MVP. 

Ryan McDonald, C 

Starting center in 2005. 

Nick Novak, PK 

ACC's all-time leading 
scorer with 393 career 
points 

Madieu Williams, S 

AII-ACC selection in 20l 
and current Minnesota 
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'He has the complete package of skills 
to make Maryland an annual contender 
for the ACC championship. 
Ralph Friedgen is the real deal.' 

- Atlanta Journal Constitution 



Head Coach 




Maryland 70 

Eighth Year at Maryland 



Ralph Friedgen is in his eighth year as head coach at the 
University of Maryland with a reputation as one of the top 
offensive minds in college football. 

Friedgen has lifted the Terrapins to unprecedented heights 
in his tenure, taking the team to five bowl games, including 
a pair of New Year's Day appearances, and a school record 
three straight bowl victories. Prior to Friedgen's arrival, Maryland 
had just one bowl game appearance in the previous 15 seasons. 

There has also been extraordinary fan support in his tenure, with the top 
four average single-season home attendance marks occurring in the last seven years. In 
addition, 20 of the top 25 crowds in the history of Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium 
have taken place since 2001 . 

He is the 33rd head coach in school history and ranks fourth in Maryland annals in 
career winning percentage (.676). His 56 wins are also the third most of any Atlantic Coast 
Conference head coach through seven years. 

After spending the last two years as head coach and offensive coordinator, Friedgen 
relinquished that difficult dual role after the 2007 season. 

In his first season as offensive coordinator since becoming head coach, he directed the 
team to a 9-4 record, marking the fourth nine-win campaign in the previous six seasons and 
13th in school history. The Terps culminated the 2006 season with a convincing 24-7 victory 
over Purdue in the Champs Sports Bowl. 

Friedgen led the team to another bowl appearance last season despite having to persevere 
through numerous injuries as only three offensive players started all 13 games. In all there were 
17 members of the two-deep which missed at least one game. 

In spite of the injuries, Friedgen had the Terps at their best against the toughest competition 
as Maryland defeated a pair of top 1 teams in 2007. In 1 1 5 years of football, the Terps had never 
defeated two top-10 teams in the same season. 

The wins over No. 10 Rutgers and No. 8 Boston College put the Terps among elite company 
nationally as well. Maryland was one of only four teams in the country (also LSU, Kentucky and 
Illinois) to defeat two top-10 teams during the 2007 campaign. 

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 




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3. Ralph Frledgen. Md (01-07)' 

Dick Crum, UNC (78-83) 


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6. Tommy Bowden, Clem (99-05)" 


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9 Mack Brown, UNC (88-94) 


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10, Mike O'Cain, NCS (93-98) 


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vs Duke 




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and glory to his alma mater's football program, guiding the 
Terps to a 56-31 record, including an ACC title and a pair of 
second-place finishes in his first seven years. 

Not only were his 50 wins after six seasons more than 
those of Terps legend Jerry Claiborne, they also fall just 
shy of the all-time ACC mark of 51. set by Clemson's 
Danny Ford in the early 1980s. In addition, in his first three 
seasons at the helm of the Terrapin program. Fnedgen 
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 10 in NCAA 
history, surpassing the fourth-year marks of coaches such 
as Frank Leahy and Joe Paterno. 

The consensus national coach of the year in 2001 
after leading Maryland to its first ACC championship since 
1985, Fnedgen and company have returned Maryland to 



"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." 

- ESPN's Ivan Maisel 



prominence on the national scene. The Terrapins have won 
more games (56) in the seven seasons under Friedgen 
than they had in the 14 years prior to his arrival (55). 

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. 

Seven 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. By winning the 
ACC title that season, Friedgen became the first mentor in 
league history to win the championship in his first year as 
a head coach. 

In 2002. despite a 1-2 start and without 19 seniors from 
the previous year, the Terps made their way back to a major 
bowl game, winning 10 of their last 11 games and finishing 
in a tie for second in the ACC. The 2003 campaign provided 
a bit of deja vu for Friedgen and the Terrapins as they again 
started 1-2, and again ran off 10 wins in their final 11 games 
to earn a second New Year's bowl bid in three years. 

By winning 11 games in 2002. Friedgen became just the 
second coach in school history to hit that mark, matching 
Claiborne's 11 -win campaign in 1976. 

The 2006 team started 3-2 before reeling off a five-game 
winning streak, which placed them in the midst of the ACC 
Atlantic Division race. The Terps lost to eventual champion 
Wake Forest on the final game of the regular season. 



but Maryland was a force in the league race throughout 
the year, enabling it to earn the fourth slot among ACC 
postseason bids and a trip to Orlando, Fla., for the Champs 
Sports Bowl. 

Friedgen's teams have had some impressive 
performances in their five bowl appearances. The Terps 
posted lopsided victones over Tennessee (30-3) in the 
Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl and over West Virginia (41-7) in the 
Toyota Gator Bowl. In all, Maryland has out-scored its last 
four bowl opponents, 109-38. 

His offensive success notwithstanding, Friedgen's 
teams at Maryland have been solid on defense, ranking 
among the nation's leaders annually while producing the 



Friedgen's Bowl History 

9-5 Overall, 3-2 as a head coach 
(years as head coach in bold; 

1 982 Aloha Bowl (Washington 21 . Maryland 20) 

1983 Citrus Bowl (Tennessee 30. Maryland 23) 

1984 Sun Bowl (Maryland 28. Tennessee 27) 

1 985 Cherry Bowl (Maryland 35. Syracuse 1 8) 

1990 Citrus Bowl (Georgia Tech 45. Nebraska 21 

1991 Aloha Bowl (Georgia Tech 18. Stanfo" 
1997 Carquesi Bowl (Georgia Tech 35. WVU 3 



1 998 Gator Bowl (Georgia Tech 35. Notre Dame 28) 

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



2002 Peach Bowl (Maryland 31. Tennessee 3) 

2003 Gator Bowl (Maryland 41. West Virginia 7) 

2006 Champs Sports Bowl (Maryland 24 vs. Purdue 7) 

2007 Emerald Bowl (Oregon State 21. Maryland 14) 




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ACC's Defensive Player of the Year in three of the last 
seven 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 61-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 
Tech in 1997, where he served another successful stint 
as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach under 
good friend George O'Leary, now the head coach at the 
University of Central Florida. 

A 1970 graduate of Maryland, where he earned a degree 
in physical education, Friedgen launched his coaching 
career as a graduate assistant before heading off to a 
series of jobs that included The Citadel (1973-79), William 
& Mary (1980) and Murray State (1981). 

In 1 982, he returned to Maryland as offensive coordinator 
and offensive line coach under Ross, with Friedgen's 
tenure lasting until 1986. During that stretch, the Terps 
captured three consecutive ACC championships (1983-85) 
and played in four bowl games. All told, the Terrapins were 
39-15-1 from 1982-86 and won two bowl games (the Sun 
Bowl in 1984 and the Cherry Bowl in 1985). It is the type 
of success Friedgen has reinstilled in his current group of 
Terrapins. 

The Ross-Friedgen connection began in 1973, when 
Ross hired the former Maryland offensive guard as 
defensive line coach at The Citadel. Friedgen spent 
seven seasons at The Citadel, the last three as offensive 
coordinator and offensive line coach. He then worked 



one season (1980) as offensive coordinator at William & 
Mary and one season (1981) as assistant head coach at 
Murray State before Ross tapped him to be his offensive 
coordinator at Maryland in 1982. 

During his five-year stay at Maryland under Ross, 
Friedgen was instrumental in the development of future 
pro quarterbacks Boomer Esiason, Frank Reich and Stan 
Gelbaugh, all of whom spent at least 10 seasons in the 
National Football League. Esiason played professionally 
from 1984-97, Reich from 1985-98 and Gelbaugh from 
1986-95. 

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. 

When Ross was named head coach of the San Diego 
Chargers in 1992, he tapped Friedgen to serve as running 
game coordinator for two seasons (1992-93) before 
elevating him to offensive coordinator in 1994, when the 
Chargers advanced to the Super Bowl for the first time 
in franchise history. During his time with the Chargers, 
Friedgen helped a club that had not made the playoffs 
in a decade reach postseason play three times in five 
seasons. 

Known for developing balanced offensive attacks with 
multiple looks, Tech was one of only two teams in the 
country in 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 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 Ramblin' 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 
game running what was then an unusual multiple offense. 
It was an offense run by a 190-pound quarterback later 
recruited by Maryland who shared his name. Maybe as a 
sign of things to come, the younger Ralph called all of his 
team's offensive plays from his junior year on. 

Friedgen and his wife, the former Gloria Spina, have 
three daughters: Kelley, Kristina and Katie. Gloria is the 
Coordinator of Alumni Affairs and Outreach for the College 
of Health and Human Performance at Maryland while both 
serve on that college's Board of Visitors. Kelley is in her 
fourth year as an associate at Arnold and Porter in DC. 
specializing in pharmaceutical and medical device law; 
Kristina graduated from Maryland in 2008 after majoring 
in theater; and Katie is her third year at Maryland, majoring 
in art. 

Friedgen was honored for his dedication to his family 
in June of 2007 when he named father of the year by the 
Washington DC. Father's Day Council. 



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Fast Facts 

Full Name 


Ralph Harry Fnedgen 


Pronunciation 


FREE-|un 


Date of Birth 
Hometown 
Alma Mater 


April 4. 1947 
Harnson. NY 
Maryland. 70 


Family 


Wile. Glona. daughters. Kelley (32). 
Knstma(21),Katie(19) 


Playing Experience 


Guard, two letters al Maryland 
(1966 and 68) 


Years in Coaching (College) 37 (32) 


Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2008- Head Coach 


2006-07 


Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator 


2001-05 


Head Coach 



Georgia Tech 

1997-2000 



Assistant Coach - Offensive 
Coordinator/Quarterbacks 



San Diego Chargers 

1994-96 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator 

1992-93 Assistant Coach - Running Game 

Coordmator/H-Backs/Tight Ends 



Georgia Tech 



Assistant Coach - Offensive 
Coordinator/Quarterbacks 



Maryland 

1982-86 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator/ 
Offensive Line 



Murray State 

1981 



Assistant Head Coach 



William 8 Mary 

1980 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator 

The Citadel 

1 977-7 9 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator 

1 973-76 Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 



Maryland 

1969-72 



Graduate Assistant 




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



Year-By-Year Head Coaching Results 



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 Michigan 


W 


50-3 


42,105 


S22 at Wake Forest 


W 


27-20 


22,372 


S29 West Virginia 


W 


32-20 


40,166 


06 [25] I-l Virginia 


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 Slate 


L 


31-52 


82,565 


N3 [15! !-l Troy State 


w 


47-14 


38.415 


N10 [13] H 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 [21] vs. Notre Dame 


L 


0-22 


72,903 


S7 Akron 


w 


44-14 


48,057 


S14 Florida State 


L 


10-37 


51.758 


S21 E. Michigan 


w 


45-3 


46.098 


S28 Wofford 


w 


37-8 


44,098 


05 at West Wginia 


w 


48-17 


55,146 


017 GeorqiaTech 


w 


34-10 


41,766 


026 at Duke 


w 


45-12 


23,451 


N2 il N irth Caro ma 


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 


1348 


58 358 


N30 [251 Wake Forest 


w 


32-14 


39,006 


Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl 


D31 |18] vs. Tennessee 2 


w 


30-3 


68,330 


at East Rutherford. N.J. (Giants Stadium); 2 at Atlanta, Ga 

(Georgia Dome i 


2003 

10-3-0(6-0.3-3. 1-0) -ACC: 6-2-0. 2nd 


A28 [15] at Northern Illinois 


L 


13-20 (ot) 


28,018 


S6 [11) at Florida State 


L 


10-35 


82,885 


S13 The Citadel 


w 


61-0 


51.594 


S20 West Virqinia 


W 


34-7 


51,973 


S27 at E. Michiqan 


W 


37-13 


19,628 


04 Clemson 


W 


21-7 


51,545 


011 Duke 


W 


33-20 


50,084 


023 at Georqia Tecr 


L 


3-7 


51,524 


N1 North Carolina 


W 


59-21 


51,195 


N13 Virginia 


w 


27-17 


51,027 


N22 at NC State 


w 


26-24 


53,800 


N29 .'. ike Forest 


w 


41-28 


18783 


Toyota Gator Bowl 


J1 |23l |20l vs. West Virqinia ' 


w 


41-7 


78,892 


' at Jacksonville, Fla. 



2004 

5-6-0 (4-2. 1-4) ■ ACC: 3-5-0. T-8th 








S4 [22] [-] Northern Illinois 


W 


23-20 


51,830 


S11 [23] [-] Temple 


W 


45-22 


51,292 


S18 [21] [7] at West Virginia 


L 


16-19(01) 


60,358 


S25 [23] [-] -at Duke 


W 


55-21 


16,298 


09 [23] [■] -Georgia Tech 


L 


7-20 


52,733 


016 • N.C State 


L 


3-13 


52,179 


023 • at Clemson 


L 


7-10 


78,000 


O30 [•] [5] • Florida State 


W 


20-17 


52,203 


N6 [-] [12] -at Virginia 


L 


0-16 


63,072 


N18 [-] [15] • at Virginia 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. T4th Atlantic Division 


S3 vs Navy ' 


W 


23-20 


67,809 


S10 [-] [25] -Clemson 


L 


24-28 




S17 West Virginia 


L 


19-31 




S24 • at Wake Forest 


W 


22-12 


26.022 


01 [-] [19] -Virginia 


w 


45-35 


52.656 


08 at Temple 


w 


38-7 


.. ... 


O20 [-] [3] • Virginia Tech 


L 


9-28 


54.838 


029 [-] [10] • at Florida State 


L 


27-35 


82.626 


N12 • at North Carolina 


W 


33-30 (ot) 


50,000 


N19 [-] [23] • Boston College 


L 


16-31 


51.585 


N26 • at NC State 


L 


14-20 


52.312 


at Baltimore, Md (M&T Bank Stadiumj 


2006 

9-4-0 (6-1, 2-3 1-01 • ACC. 5-3-0, T-2nd Atlantic Division 
S2 WJHam&Mary W 27-14 49,763 


S9 Middle Tennessee 


W 


24-" 


,,-.. 


S14 [-] [5] at West Virqinia 


L 


24-4: 


5:5-3 


S23 Florida Int'l 


W 


-4- 


45,317 


07 1-1 [181 at Georqia Tech 


L 


23-2" 


51,686 


014 at Virqinia 


W 


28-26 


59.367 


021 NC State 


W 


26-20 


50,230 


028 i State 


W 


27-24 


50,517 


N4 [-] [19] at Clemson 


W 


13-12 


79,000 


Nil [231 H " 


w 


- 


50.721 


N18 [21! - 


L 


16-38 


44,500 


N25 H [251 Wake Forest 


L 


24-38 


51.500 


Champs Sports Bowl 


D29 vs. Purdue ' 


w 


24-7 


■-' ■'- 


' at Oriando. Fla. (Citrus Bowl) 


2007 

6-7-0 (3-3. 3-3. 0-1) • ACC: 3-S^Sth Atlantic Division 


Si wova 


.'. 


31-14 


50,389 


at Florida Int'l 


w 


25-".. 


12.201 


S13 [-1 [4] West Virqinia 


L 


14-31 


53,107 


S22 at Wake Forest 


L 


24-3' ;: 


3' "A 


S29 [-] [101 atRutqers 


W 


- - 


43535 


07 I--:-: = V. r 


W 


28-26 


47.527 


02C Virqinia 


L 


17-18 


52.782 


C2" Clemson 


L 


17-30 


50,948 


N3 at North Carolina 


L 


13-16 


56,332 


N10 [81 Boston Colleqe 


W 


42-35 


52:2" 


N17 at Florida State 


L 


16-24 


80,213 


N24 at NC State 


W 


37-0 


54,856 


Emerald Bowl 


D28 vs. Oreqon State ' 


L 


14-21 


32.517 


' at San Francisco. Calif. (AT&T Part;) 



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Terp Highlights Under Friedgen £ 



A 56-31 (.644) record in his first seven years, including 
the first back-to-back-to-back 10-win seasons in school 
history (10-2 in 2001, 11-3 in 2002 and 10-3 in 2003). 

A school-record three straight bowl wins, culminating 
with the 24-7 triumph over Purdue in the 2006 Champs 
Sports Bowl. The Terps have out-scored their last four 
bowl opponents by a 109-38 margin. 

Four of the school's 13 nine-win seasons have come in 
Friedgen's seven years as head coach. 

The 56 wins in seven seasons are more than the Terps 
had (55) in the 14 years prior to his arrival. 

During 2007, the Terps defeated two top-10 teams (No. 

1 Rutgers, No. 8 Boston College). The Terps had never 
beaten two top-10 teams in the same season. They were 
also one of only four teams in the nation (LSU, Kentucky 
and Illinois) to accomplish that feat in 2007. 

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

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

2002 and 2003 seasons. 

A top-20 final national ranking in both major national 
polls for three straight years (2001-03). Maryland ended 

2003 ranked 1 7th in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches 
and 20th by the Associated Press. In 2002, 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 final rankings since 1974-76 
(when the Terps finished 13th, 13th and 
eighth). 

Friedgen is the third-most successful 
seventh-year coach in ACC history, with 
his 56-31 mark eclipsing those of league 
mentors Dick Sheridan, Tommy Bowden, 
Bill Dooley and Mack Brown 



Bowl appearances in five of his first seven seasons, 
including dominating wins in the 2004 Toyota Gator Bowl 
(41-7 over West Virginia) 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 33-23 (.589) 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. 

By winning the ACC title in 2001, Friedgen became 
the first mentor in conference history to win the 
championship in his first year as a head coach. He also 
tied the mark of 10-2 set by Ken Hatfield (Clemson) in 




1990, the best record ever by an ACC coach in his first 
season. 

33 wins in 44 games at Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd 
Stadium, where the Terps averaged a school-record 
52,426 fans in 2005 and 51 ,263 in 2007. 

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

48 national television appearances, including a school- 
record eight showings in 2002. (The Terrapins played 
on national television or ABC regional six times in 2005, 
2006 and 2007). 

The program's first major national award winner 
since 1974 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 All- 
ACC performers in 2001 (7) and 2002 (8) and an ACC- 
best 13 overall all-conference honors (2001). 

31 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 season. 

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

Four straight seasons of over 31 ,000 season tickets sold 
(2004-present). Twenty of the top 25 all-time highest 
crowds at Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium 
have come during the last seven seasons. 

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

A NCAA-low four passing 

touchdowns allowed in 2005. The 

defense also had four straight 

seasons (2001-2004) in which 

it allowed 20 points or less a 

contest. 

• 19 Terps earning All-America 
recognition, including two 
first-teamers (Vernon Davis and 
D'Qwell Jackson) in 2005. 



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YEARS WITH 




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



A high school quarterback. 

Friedgen spent mos/of his 

playing days at Maryland on 

the offensive line. 




After stints at Georgia Tech 
and with the NFL's San Diego 
Chargers. Friedgen returned 
to his alma mater, when he 

named head coach on 

29. 2000. 



Friedgen returned to Maryland as an 
assistant coach in 1982. where he 
served through 1986. 



Friedgen, winner of 

fe 1999 Frank Broyles 

'Aw artitt the nation's top 

assistant.coa ch, with 2000 

er,MarhM anqino. then 

Irfassistant at Oklahoma 




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lames Franklin 

Assistant Head Coach/ Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks 

East Stroudsburg '95 • Sixth Year at Maryland 



James Franklin, one of the nation's top young offensive 
minds, is in his first season as Maryland's assistant head 
coach and offensive coordinator. He is also in charge of 
tutoring the Maryland quarterbacks. 

He is in his sixth season overall with the program, having 
served as an assistant coach from 2000 through 2004, 

Franklin returned to the Terps staff in December, 2007 
after spending the last two seasons at Kansas State, where 
he served as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. 
He also has NFL experience, spending one season as the 
wide receivers coach for the Green Bay Packers. 

In 2007 under Franklin's direction, K-State's ranked 20th 
nationally in passing offense (285,4 yards per game) and 
21st in scoring offense (35.2 points per game). 

Franklin's offense is coming off a record-breaking 
campaign as the Wildcats had a 3,000-yard passer, a 1 , 500- 
yard receiver and a 1 , 000-yard rusher in a single season for 
the first time in school history. They also set single-season 
school records for pass attempts (510), completions (322) 
and passing yards (3,425). 

Receiver Jordy Nelson and quarterback Josh Freeman 
were a dangerous pass-catch combination for Franklin 

Nelson became just the ninth player, and the only 
offensive player, in K-State history to be named a 
consensus All-American. He ranked second in the nation in 
both receptions (10.2 per game) and receiving yards (133.8 
per game) en route to becoming a finalist for the Biletnikoff 
Award, which honors the top receiver in the nation. 

Freeman threw for 3.353 yards and ranked 26th nationally 
in total offense (276.8 ypg) to earn honorable mention All- 
Big 12 honors. Running back James Johnson tallied 1,106 
rushing yards to become a second-team all-league choice. 

During the 2006 season, Franklin helped lead the 
Wildcats to a 7-6 record, a tie for second place in the Big 
12 s North Division and a berth in the Texas Bowl, ending a 
two-year postseason drought. 

A total of seven players from Franklin's offensive unit 
earned postseason accolades in 2006, including Freeman, 
who was tapped as an honorable mention freshman All- 
America by The Sporting News. Freeman set the Kansas 
State single-season freshman record with 1.780 passing 
yards. 

Prior to his stint in Manhattan, Kan., Franklin spent 
the 2005 season with the Packers where he worked with 
receivers Donald Driver, Javon Walker and Robert Ferguson, 
as well as record-setting quarterback Brett Favre. 

Driver posted what were then career highs with 86 
receptions for 1,221 receiving yards. He also became just 
the fourth Packers player with an 85-reception season 
(joining Shannon Sharpe. Robert Brooks and Walker). 

Despite losing Walker early in the season with a knee 
injury, the Packers still posted the sixth-highest receiving 
yards total in the NFL that season. 

Franklin also spent five seasons (2000-04) as the Terps 
wide receivers coach where he quickly established himself 
as one of the nation's top recruiters. 



In 2003, he was promoted by Friedgen to recruiting 
coordinator and helped deliver back-to-back recruiting 
classes that were ranked among the nation's top 25 by 
several prominent recruiting outlets. Rivals.com also ranked 
Franklin as one of the nation's top 25 recruiters for two 
consecutive years while at Maryland. 

Maryland's receiving corps also flourished under Franklin's 
guidance. In 2001, Franklin mentored AII-ACC wide receiver 
Guilian Gary, who led a balanced group of wideouts with 49 
receptions for 727 yards and six touchdowns, Gary went on 
to finish his Maryland career ranked among the school's top 
10 receivers in receptions, receiving yardage and receiving 
touchdowns. 



The Franklin File 



Personal 

Date of Birth 


Feb. 2, 1972 


Hometown 


Lanqhorne, Pa. 


Alma Mater 


East Stroudsburg, '95 



Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2008- Asst. Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator/ 

Quarterbacks 



Minnesota Vikings 
2008 


Internship 


Kansas State 

2005-07 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator/ 

Quarterbacks 


Green Bay Packers 

2005 


Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 


Maryland 

2003-04 


Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers/ 

Recruiting Coordinator 


2000-02 


Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 


Idaho State 
1999 


Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 


Philadelphia Eagles 
1999 


Internship 


Washington State 
1998 


Assistant Coach - Tiqht Ends 


Miami Dolphins 

'90S 


Internship 


James Madison 
1997 


Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 


East Stroudsburg 

1 996 Graduate Assistant - Defensive Backs 


Kutztown 

1995 


Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 



Playing Experience 

East Stroudsburg University FootbaKQB) 1 991 -94 

Recruiting Areas 

Maryland (Baltimore and Prince George's county); public 
schools in Washington, DC 




Fumi, holding Addison, James andAva Franklin 

In both 2002 and 2003, Franklin had four different 
receivers record at least 300 receiving yards despite 
returning just one starter each season. 

Franklin was also a part of three bowl game appearances 
in his first tour of duty in College Park. 

Prior to his first stint at Maryland. Franklin rose quickly 
through the coaching ranks, making stops at five different 
schools in five years. He received his start in coaching at 
Kutztown University in 1995 as the program's receivers 
coach before returning to his alma mater, East Stroudsburg 
University, in 1996 as a graduate assistant and secondary 
coach. 

In 1997, Franklin worked alongside current Kansas 
State head coach Ron Prince at James Madison, serving 
as the program's receivers coach. The following season, he 
received his first coaching assignment at a BCS conference 
school as the graduate assistant in charge of tight ends at 
Washington State for the 1 998 season. Franklin then moved 
on to Idaho State in 1999 where he served as the wide 
receivers coach. 

While at Idaho State, the Bengals' receiving corps 
totaled 29 touchdowns, 258 receptions and more than 3.300 
receiving yards, contributing to one of the best offensive 
seasons in school history as ISU finished the year ranked 
ninth nationally in total offense. 

Franklin got his professional experience at this time, 
serving NFL minority coaching internships with the Miami 
Dolphins (1998), Philadelphia Eagles (1999) and Minnesota 
Vikings (2008). 

Afour-year letterman as a quarterback at East Stroudsburg 
from 1991-94, Franklin was a two-time Pennsylvania State 
Athletic Conference selection. As a senior in 1994. he 
garnered team MVP honors and was a Harlon Hill nominee 
for Division II Player of the Year after setting seven school 
records, including single-season marks for total offense 
(3.128), passing yards (2,586) and TD passes (19). He also 
earned Sports Illustrated National Player of the Week honors 
in October of that season. 

Franklin earned a bachelor of science degree in 
psychology from East Stroudsburg in 1995 and his master's 
in educational leadership from Washington State in 1999. 

He and his wife. Fumi. have two girls. Ava (1 ) and Addison 
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Chris Cosh 

Defensive Coordinator/ Inside Linebackers 

Virginia Tech '83 • Fourth Year at Maryland 



Chns Cosh is in his third year as Maryland's defensive 
coordinator. 

Cosh, who has served as a defensive coordinator in 
three of the six BCS conferences, also oversees the middle 
(Mike) and weakside (Will) linebackers. 

This is Cosh's second tour of duty with the Terps. having 
spent the 1997 season in College Park, 

Cosh's defense has continually grown during his 
second tenure. 

Last year's defense was highlighted by first-team 
AII-ACC performers Erin Henderson and Dre Moore. 
Henderson led the league in tackles from his weakside 
linebacker spot, while Moore, a defensive tackle, went on 
to become a fourth-round draft choice of Tampa Bay in the 
2008 NFL Draft. 

In addtion, LB Dave Philistin was fourth in the ACC in 
tackles and DL Carlos Feliciano and DB Isaiah Gardner 
were also signed as free agents after the draft. 

Coshs defense ended the year No. 24 nationally in 
scoring defense (21 .5 points per game) and No. 33 in pass 
defense (210.69 yards per game). The group posted eight 
more sacks and five more interceptions than the previous 
year. 

In 2006. Cosh was responsible for a unit that 
contributed to the schools first nine-win season in three 
years, and finished the year with a 24-7 victory over 
Purdue in the Champs Sports Bowl. The Terps defense 
held the opposition to an average of 21 8 points per game. 
Under Cosh's leadership, the defense marked breakout 
performances by comerback Josh Wilson and Henderson, 
who each earned AII-ACC honors. 

Wilson went on to become a second-round choice of the 
Seattle Seahawks in the 2007 NFL Draft, while DL Conrad 
Boston (Minnesota Vikings) and LB David Holloway 
(Anzona Cardinals) signed free-agent contracts 

Cosh came to College Park after spending two seasons 
(2004-05) 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 in 
2005. an accolade which came a year after Cosh helped 
coach the newcomer to second-team honors in his first 
year as a starter 

In the five 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 at USC. he helped produce some of the 
Southeastern Conference's top linebackers with Kalimba 
Edwards (two-time first team all-league. Butkus and 
Lombardi Awards finalist in 2001 ) among them. His resume 
as a position coach also includes tutoring ultimate New 
York Jets first-round pick and Pro Bowler John Abraham 
( 1 999) and freshman All-Amencan Lance Laury (2002). 



During his time in Columbia, S.C., the Gamecocks 
won back-to-back bowl games for the first time in school 
history. 

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 former Miami Dolphins and current 
Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban, one of the 
top defensive minds in football. In his lone season (1998) 
in East Lansing. Mich., the Spartans upset No. 1 Ohio 



The Cosh File 



Personal 

Date of Birth: 


May 12. 1959 


Hometown: 


Washington DC 


Alma Mater: 


Virginia Tech, 83 



Coaching Experience 



Maryland 

2006- 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator/ 
Inside Linebackers 



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 


Maryland 
1997 


Assistant Coach - Inside Linebackers/ 
Recruitinq 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 

1989 Assistant Coach - Defensive Li ne 



Wisconsin-Oshkosh 

1985-88 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coo rdinator 

Virginia Tech 

1983 Student Assistant 



Playing Experience 

Virginia Tech Fggjbjj 1 977-81 

Recruiting Areas 

Maryland (Anne Arundel. Chartes and St Mary's coun- 
ties): pnvate schools in Maryland. Washington. D.C. and 
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J.J., Billy. Mary and Chris Cosh 

State and knocked off Notre Dame. Cosh's unit helped 
spark those wins with the 10th-ranked pass defense in the 
nation. 

During his first tour of duty at Maryland. Cosh coached 
the linebackers while also heading up the team's recruiting 
efforts. In that one year with the Terps. 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 
(defensive coordinator from 1992-96) when he led Dana 
Howard (1994) and Kevin Hardy (1995) to consecutive 
Butkus Awards. Howard posted a Big Ten record in tackles 
in 1994. 

He also oversaw a defense which saw DE Simeon Rice 
earn consensus All-America honors before being drafted 
by the Arizona Cardinals. Fellow LB John Holecek also 
went on to a career in the NFL. 

A former linebacker who earned his bachelor's degree 
in physical education from Virginia Tech in 1983. Cosh 
also got his start in coaching in Blacksburg. Va.. where he 
was a student assistant dunng the 1983 season. He then 
made five different stops (Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Southeast 
Missoun State. UNLV and two tours at Minnesota) before 
settling in at Illinois. In all but one of those full-time jobs 
he worked either as defensive coordinator or linebackers 
coach. 

Cosh and his wife. Mary, have two sons, J.J., who is 
in his second year at the United States Naval Academy. 
and Billy, a sophomore in high school. Cosh is a native of 
Washington. D.C. and graduated from Bishop McNamara 
High School in Forestville. Md. He was chosen Metro 
Defensive Player of the Year while serving as captain at 
Bishop McNamara before moving onto Virginia Tech where 
he led the Hokies in tackles in 1980. 





Tom Brattan 



Offensive Line 

Delaware 72 • Eighth Year at Maryland 



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After coaching in the Big Ten and Pac-10, Tom Brattan 
has found a home with Maryland in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference. 

The veteran coach is in his eighth season as the Terps' 
offensive line coach. He boasts more than 35 years of 
coaching experience, including 26 at the collegiate level. 

The Maryland offensive line has been one of the team's 
strengths since 2001, producing six first team All-Atlantic 
Coast Conference performers and a handful of other 
players honored by both the league and national media. 

Last season, Andrew Crummey was tabbed a 
second-team All-American, while Scott Burley earned all- 
conference honors. 

Over the last two seasons, Brattan's offensive line 
opened holes for two of the top backs in school history. 
Lance Ball completed his career last fall ranked fourth in 



The Brattan File 



Personal 

Date of Birth 
Hometown 
Alma Mater 
Pronunciation 



Octo ber 14, 1950 
Newark, Del. 



Delaware, 72 



rhyme s with latin 



Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2001- Assista n t Coach - Offensive Line 

Stanford 

1 999-2000 Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 

(centers and guards) 

Northwestern 
1997-98 
1992-98 



Assistant Head Coach 
Assistant Coach - Offensive Line 



William & Mary 

1 984-9 1 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator/ 

Offensive Line 

1983 Assistant Coach - Offensive Backfie ld 

Highland Springs (Va.) High School 

1 979-82 Jjead Coach 

Lloyd C. Bird (Va.) High School 

1978 Head Coach 

McKean (Del.) High School 

1977 Head Coach 



Highland Springs (Va.) High School 

1 973-75 Assistant Coach - Offe nsive Lin e 

Delaware 

1972 Graduate Assistant 

Playing Experience 

Delaware 

1971 Center 

Recruiting Areas 

Southeast Virginia (Richmond/Tidewater), Georgia and 
metropolitan Chicago. 



school history in rushing yards and Keon Lattimore ended 
his tenure No. 14 on the career rushing list. 

In 2006, two of Brattan's pupils earned accolades, as 
Crummey and Stephon Heyer were recognized as part 
of the AII-ACC team. Heyer also earned a spot on ESPN, 
corn's All-Bowl team for his performance in the Champs 
Sports Bowl vs. All-American and 2007 first-round NFL 
Draft choice Anthony Spencer of Purdue. 

The 2006 unit allowed Ball and Lattimore to each rush 
for over 700 yards and yielded just 19 sacks, the second- 
lowest total in the ACC. 

One year before that Brattan's players were also 
recognized for their superb efforts. In 2005, he mentored 
a first-year player in Jared Gaither to third team freshman 
All-America honors. Brattan also oversaw a young line 
to a season that helped Ball earn second team AII-ACC 
recognition at tailback, all despite losing its top player 
(Heyer) prior to the season. The season was reminiscent 
of the 2003 campaign when an injury-plagued unit still 
produced the nation's 24th-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 had similar success. 
In 2002, Brattan had four of five linemen earn AII-ACC 
recognition while the team had the league's second-rated 
rushing attack (198.8 ypg) and scoring offense (32.2 ppg) 
while allowing 21 sacks in 14 games. 

In his first year (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 Cleveland Browns in the third 
round and Todd Wike earning a first team all-league nod. 

Prior to coming to Maryland, Brattan spent two years 
(1999-00) at Stanford University, where he served as the 
Cardinal's line coach in charge of centers and guards. 
Stanford went 8-4 in 1999 and had wins over Arizona, 
UCLA, Oregon State and Notre Dame on the way to a 
Rose Bowl bid. The 1999 Stanford offense scored at least 
31 points in all but three games and hit the 50-point plateau 
three times. That year, Brattan's offensive line allowed just 
15 sacks despite 385 passing attempts (one sack for every 
27 attempts). 

Brattan took his first full-time 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 1 986 
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 




Megan, Tom, Anne, Kristen and Kate Brattan 

and 1986, while it had the top-rated attack in Division l-AA 
for the 1990 season and the sixth-best in '91 . 

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

Then in 1 995, the Wildcats were in the national spotlight 
as they came 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 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 Ave league games 
in the previous three years. In 1996, they earned a bid to 
play Tennessee in the Citrus Bowl 

Brattan got his start in coaching as a graduate assistant 
at his alma mater, Delaware, in 1972. After one year in 
Newark, he took his first full-time coaching post at Highland 
Springs (Va.) High School as an offensive line coach. After 
three years (1973-75) at Highland Springs, he moved 
back to his home state and took his first head coaching 
job at McKean High School in 1977. He spent one year 
at McKean - 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 (1979-82) 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 1 97 1 . He and his 
wife, Anne, have three children -- Kristen, Kate and Megan, 
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Running Backs 

Johns Hopkins '97 • Eighth Year at Maryland 



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One of the more versatile members of the staff, John 
Donovan is in his eighth season at Maryland, including 
second as the running backs coach. 

Donovan spent his first four years with the Terps as 
assistant recruiting coordinator before becoming running 
backs coach in 2005. 

After spending two seasons overseeing the Terps' 
quarterbacks, Donovan returned to coaching the running 
backs last spnng 

Donovan will look to mold a young, but talented group 
this year after the departure of Lance Ball and Keon 
Lattimore, two of the top running backs in school history. 

Last season Donovan helped groom a new starting 
quarterback. 

Jordan Steffy, who was the lone signal-caller on the 
squad to take snaps entenng the year, opened as the 
starter before getting injured and giving way to Chris 
Turner 

Turner emerged as a viable option for the Terps. throwing 
for nearly 2,000 yards in eight starts and finishing third in 
the Atlantic Coast Conference in passing efficiency. 

Donovan's first season mentoring the signal-callers was 
one of the more successful in recent years, as he helped 
Sam Hollenbach complete his career among the school's 
passing leaders. Hollenbach finished the season fourth on 
the school's career passing yards list. He threw for 2,371 
yards and 15 touchdowns in 2006 en route to AII-ACC 
honors. 

In his first season as Terps' running backs coach, his 
unit was lacking a returning starter and without the services 
of Josh Allen whose season had ended with a knee injury. 

In the end. Donovan got strong performances from 
Mario Merrills and Lattimore. and ultimately found a viable 
starter in Ball, who 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 Maryland football camps. In addition, he 
oversaw the group of graduate assistants employed by the 
team from 2001-04. 

Donovan's current post is his first full-time coaching 
position at the Football Bowl Subdivision level (formerly 
Division l-A). but that is not to say that he lacks 
experience. 

Prior to coming to College Park, he served as an 
offensive graduate assistant at Georgia Tech for three 
years, working directly with then-offensive coordinator 
Ralph Fnedgen. In that time, he broke down all opponent 
game film, assisted with coaching quarterbacks (1998) 
and the offensive line (1999-2000) while helping Fnedgen 



with game planning and practice preparation. During his 
tenure, Tech won an ACC Championship (1998) and had 
the nation's leading offense (1999), averaging over 200 
yards passing and rushing while setting 59 school records 
in the process. 

Notably, Donovan's first job as a position coach at the 
Division l-A level - though temporary -- came when 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. 

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

A 1997 graduate of Johns Hopkins University, Donovan 
was a three-year starter for the Blue Jays. 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. 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 has a 2-year-old son (John Patrick) and a baby girl 
(Cate). who was born in Dec, 2007. 




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Personal 

Date of Birth: 


September 11, 1974 


Hometown: 


River Edge, N.J 


Alma Mater: 


Johns Hopkins University, '97 



Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2008- Assistant Coach - Running Backs 

2006-07 Assistant Coach - Quarterbacks 

2005 Assistant Coach - Running Backs 

2001-04 Assistant Recruiting Coordinator 

Georgia Tech 

1 998-2000 Graduate Assistant - Offense 

Villanova University 

1 997-98 Assistant Secondary Coach 

Playing Experience 

Johns Hopkins University 
1993-96 



Football (defensive back) 



Recruiting Areas 

Maryland (Cecil and Harford Counties, Eastern Shore). 
Delaware, Southern New Jersey and Ohio 




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Lee Hull 

Wide Receivers 

Holy Cross '88 • First Year at Maryland 



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Lee Hull is in his first season as wide receivers coach at 
Maryland, joining the staff in March. 

Hull spent the previous five seasons as an assistant 
coach at Oregon State University. 

The former professional football player coached running 
backs his first two seasons in Corvallis and wide receivers 
the last three. He coached three OSU All-Amencans, 
including a pair of wideouts, and was a part of four bowl 
wins. 

The 42-year-old had three receivers catch 30 or more 
passes last season, including Darrell Catchings, who was 
a freshman All-America along with fellow wideout James 
Rodgers. 

In 2006, he coached Sammie Stroughter to All-America 
status in one of Oregon State's best seasons. The Beavers 
posted a 10-4 record, second-best in school history, 
including a win over Missouri in the Sun Bowl. That season, 



The Hull File 



Personal 

Date of Birth: 

Hometown: 



December 31, 1965 

Vineland, N.J. 



Alma Mater: 



Holy C r oss '8 



Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2008- Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 



Oregon State 

2003-07 



Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 



Holy Cross 

2000-02 

1999 

1998 



Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers/ 
Passing Game Coo rdmator/Kickoff Return 

Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers/ 

KickoffC overaqe 

Assistant Coach - Linebackers 



San Diego Chargers 

2000-01 



Internship 



Winnipeg Blue Bombers 

1999 Vol unteer Assistant 

South (Worcester, Mass.) High School 

1996-97 Head Coach 

1992-94 Assistant Coach - Offensive Coordinator 

Auburn (Mass.) High School 

1 995 Assistant Coach - Passing Game Coordinator 

Playing Experience 

Winnipeg Blue Bombers 

1990-92 

Toronto Argonauts 

1992 

Holy Cross 

1984-87 



Wide Receiver 



Wide Receiver 



Wide Receiver 



Recruiting Areas 

Eastern and Western Pennsylvania 



Stroughter led the Pac-10 Conference and ranked 10th in 
the country in receiving yards per game (92.4). 

Stroughter was on the watch list for the 2007 Biletnikoff 
Award, which honors the top receiver in the nation. 

In Hull's first season in charge of wide receivers, Mike 
Hass ended his stellar career as a first-team All-America 
selection and the winner of the 2005 Biletnikoff Award. 
Hass posted the third-highest receiving yards total (3,924) 
in league history. He is currently a member of the Chicago 
Bears. 

A native of Vineland, N.J., Hull also coached current St. 
Louis Rams' running back and former OSU All-Amencan 
Steven Jackson during the 2003 season. Jackson was a 
first-team AII-Pac-10 and third-team All-America choice as 
a junior, his final season at OSU. 

Prior to his five seasons at Oregon State, Hull spent 
five years (1998-2002) at his alma mater, the College of 
Holy Cross He coached linebackers for one season at the 
Worcester, Mass., school before becoming wide receivers 
coach, as well as overseeing the kickoff coverage and 
kickodd return units. He also went on to become the 
passing game coordinator. 

Hull was a standout wide receiver at Holy Cross from 
1984-87, playing under former Maryland coach Mark 
Duffner his final two seasons. The Crusaders posted a 21-1 
record his last two years and were ranked No. 1 in Division 
l-AA in 1987. Holy Cross also won the Colonial League title 
and the Lambert Cup that season. He was a preseason 
All-America choice entering his junior season. 

He went on to play professionally with the Winnipeg Blue 
Bombers of the CFL. Hull spent 1990-92 with Winnipeg 
where he was coached by Mike Riley in his first season. 





Front (L-R): Jordan, Stacey and Laila; 
Back: Lee and Alexander 

Riley was the head coach at Oregon State during his five- 
year tenure. The Blue Bombers won the 1990 Grey Cup. 
He also played for Toronto in 1992. 

Hull was also a free-agent signee of the New England 
Patriots in 1998. 

Prior to joining Holy Cross, he coached at the prep 
level in Massachusetts for five years. He was offensive 
coordinator at South High School in Worcester for three 
years (1992-94) and the passing game coordinator at 
Auburn High School in 1995. He returned to South High in 
1996 as head coach. 

During his coaching career, Hull has participated in a 
number of internships. In 1999 her interned in the CFL. In 
2000 and 2001 he took part in the NFL's Minority Internship 
Program. In addition, he attended the 2007 Minonty 
Coaches Forum in Chandler. Ariz 

Hull earned his bachelor's degree in economics from 
Holy Cross in 1988 and a master's in secondary education 
from Worcester State in 1995. 

He had a stellar high school career as both a football 
player and track performer. 

Hull lettered twice as a wide receiver for Vineland High 
School in New Jersey. He was selected All-Cape League, 
first-team All-South Jersey, first-team All-New Jersey 
Group-4, honorable mention all-state and the Vineland 
Student-Athlete of the Year He was a long jumper and ran 
the 400 meters. 

Hull and his wife, Stacey, have two sons. Alexander and 
Jordan, and one daughter, Laila. 



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Kevin Lempa 

Secondary 

Southern Connecticut State 74 • Second Year at Maryland 



A veteran of the collegiate and professional ranks, 
Kevin Lempa is in his second season as the secondary 
coach with the Maryland Terrapins, 

In his first season in College Park. Lempa helped direct 
an impressive pass defense as the Terps yielded just 210 7 
yards per game 

He used a talented group of veterans and newcomers, 
including Christian Varner. Isaiah Gardner. J.J. Justice, 
Kevin Barnes. Anthony Wiseman and Nolan Carroll, to 
help the Terps rank No, 33 nationally in pass defense. 

Barnes and Gardner were among the league leaders in 
pass coverage. Those two cornerbacks each ranked tied for 
fifth in the Atlantic Coast Conference in passes defended, 
while Barnes was tied for seventh in interceptions. 

No matter what the combination of his defensive 
backfield, Lempa has over two decades grooming 
secondaries. 

Prior to coming to Maryland, Lempa spent four seasons 
(2003-06) as the secondary coach with Boston College, 
where he led one of the top units in both the Big East and 
ACC, 

The Eagles were among the nation's best in picking off 
passes in 2006, BCs 21 interceptions were tied for third 
nationally, trailing only Western Michigan (24) and Wake 
Forest (22). They also had 17 interceptions in 2004 which 
led the Big East. 

Two of his defensive backs - cornerback DeJuan Tribble 
and strong safety Ryan Glasper - were AII-ACC performers 
in 2006 

Tribble's 0.54 interceptions per game in 2006 were tied 
for eighth nationally, helping BC rank 34th in total defense 
(310.9 yards per game) and 14th in scoring defense (15.7 
points per game) 

Prior to his second stint at BC (he was at the school 
as an assistant from 1981-90). Lempa was the defensive 
coordinator at the University of Hawaii from 2000-02. 

During Lempa s tenure. Hawaii placed high nationally in 
several defensive categories. The 2001 team finished the 
year 9-3 and put four players on the All-Western Athletic 
Conference team. The 2002 team went 104 and played in 
the ConAgra Foods Hawaii Bowl. 

Lempa spent three seasons (1997-99) in the NFL as 
a defensive assistant with the San Diego Chargers. San 
Diego had one of the better defenses in the NFL during 
that period and led the league in yards allowed (263.0 pg) 
in 1998. 

Lempa is a 1974 graduate of Southern Connecticut 
State University, where he was a two-year starter at wide 
receiver 

Before serving on the Chargers' staff, he was the 
defensive coordinator at Dartmouth College (1991-96) 
where he coached three All-New England'ECAC defensive 
backs. 



He also spent four years (1977-80) at the University of 
Maine with former BC coach Jack Bicknell before the two 
moved on to Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

Lempa went to four bowl games dunng his first 10 
years at BC. including the 1985 Cotton Bowl, Overall, 
he has coached in 10 bowl games, including each of the 
last five seasons (four with Boston College and one with 
Maryland) 

The Eagles went to the 2006 Meineke Car Care Bowl, 
the 2005 MPC Computers Bowl, the 2005 Continental Tire 
Bowl and the 2003 Diamond Walnut San Francisco Bowl. 

Lempa has a master's degree from the University 
of Maine (1978). He and his wife Sara, have two grown 
children, Christopher and Tara. 



The Lempa File 



Personal 

Date of Birth: 
Hometown: 
Alma Mater: 



July 17, 1958 
Hartford, Conn. 



Southern Connecticut State, 74 



Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2007 - Assistant C oach - Se condary 



Assistant Coach - Secondary 



Boston College 
2003-06 
Hawai'i 

2000-02 Assistant Coach ■ Defensi ve Co ordinator 

San Diego Chargers 

1 997-99 Defensive Assistant - Defensive Backs/ 

Defensive Line 
Dartmouth College 
1991-96 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator/ 

Defensive Backs 

Boston College 

1981-90 Assistant Coach - Outside Linebackers/ 

Punters/Special Teams 



Maine 
1977-80 
Wesleyan 
1976 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs 



Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 



Southern Connecticut State 

1 974-75 Assistant Coach - Wi de Receivers 

Playing Experience 

Southern Connecticut State 

1970-73 Football (wide receiver) 

Recruiting Areas 

Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island. Upstate 
New York and Central Pennsylvania. 





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Danny Pearman 

Special Teams Coordinator/Tight Ends 8 H-Backs 



Clemson '87 • First Year at Maryland 



Danny Pearman is in his first season as the Maryland 
tight ends/special teams coach, joining the staff in 
January. 

Pearman, who has coached in 15 bowl games, 
including two Division l-A national championship games, 
has experience as a player and coach in the Atlantic Coast 
Conference. 

Pearman spent the 2007 season at Duke University 
where he coached tight ends and oversaw special teams. 

Last season, the Blue Devils improved in four of five 
special teams categories from 2006. 

Duke ended 2007 ranked No. 26 nationally in kickoff 
return yardage defense, while Jaban Marshall was third in 
the ACC in kickoff returns (24.6 ypr). 

Pearman coached defensive ends and assisted with 
special teams at the University of North Carolina in 2006. 
During that year, Connor Barth was a perfect 10-for-10 in 
field goal attempts, Brandon Tate was second in the ACC 
in punt returns and the Tar Heels' kickoff return yardage 
defense was 14th nationally. 



The Pearman File 



Personal 

Date of Birth 



February 17, 1965 



Hometown 



CharlotteJI.C. 



Alma Mater 



Clems on, '87 



Coaching Experience 

Maryland 

2008- Assistant Coach - Special Teams Coordinator/ 

Tight Ends & H-Backs 

Duke 

2007 Assistant Coach - Special Teams Coordinator/ 

Tight End s 

North Carolina 

2006 Assistant Coach - Special Teams Assistant/ 

Defensive Ends 
Virginia Tech 

1998-05 Assistant Coach - Tight Ends/ Off. Tackles/ 
Special Teams Assistant 
Alabama 

1 997 Assistant Coach - Special Teams Coordinator/ 

Defensive Tackles 

1991-96 Assistant Coach - Special Teams Coordinator/ 

Offensive Tackles 

1990 Graduate Assistant Coach 

Clemson 

1988-89 Graduate Assistant - Unebackers 

Playing Experience 

Clemson 

1983-87 Football (tight end) 

Recruiting Areas 

Western Maryland, North Carplinaand West Virginia 



Prior to those two stops, he spent 
eight years (1998-2005) at Virginia 
Tech, serving as the Hokies' tight ends/ 
offensive tackles coach. He also assisted 
Virginia Tech head coach Frank Beamer 
with special teams. Beamer is renowned 
as one of the top special teams coaches 
in the nation. 

Pearman helped lead the Hokies 
to eight consecutive bowl games 
and coached in the 1999 national 
championship game (Sugar Bowl) against 
Florida State. During Tech's march to the 
national title game, Pearman's tight ends 
caught 17 passes, 16 of which went for 
first downs. 

In addition, Pearman mentored Jeff 
King, an AII-ACC tight end who was a 
fifth-round pick of the Carolina Panthers 
in the 2006 NFL Draft, as well as Bob 
Slowikowski, a tight end selected in the 
sixth round by the Dallas Cowboys in 
2002. 

Pearman, who played tight end at 
Clemson, also coached at the University 
of Alabama from 1990 through 1997, 
which included a national title in 1992 
and five other bowl games appearances. 





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After helping guide the Crimson Tide to a national 
championship victory over Miami, he contributed to 
Alabama winning Southeastern Conference Western 
Division titles the next four years. 

Pearman was a graduate assistant at Alabama for two 
years, and then served as coach of the offensive tackles 
from 1991 to 1996. He coached the defensive tackles and 
special teams in 1997, 

Pearman won three letters as a tight end at Clemson 
from 1 983 through 1 987. In his playing days, he was named 
a strength and conditioning All-American. He helped the 
Tigers win two ACC football championships. 

Following graduation, Pearman began his coaching 
career as a graduate assistant with the Tigers in 1988 and 
1 989. The Tigers won the ACC championship again in 1 988 
and went to bowl games in both of Pearman's seasons. 

In all, Pearman has coached in 10 bowl game wins - 
- 1989 Gator, 1991 Blockbuster, 1993 Sugar, 1993 Gator. 
1995 Citrus, 1996 Outback, 1998 Music City. 2001 Gator 
and 2003 San Francisco. 

The native of Charlotte. N.C., has a bachelor's degree 
in finance and a master's in business administration, both 
from Clemson. 

Pearman and his wife. Kristy, have three children - a 
daughter, Taylor, and two sons, Tanner and Trent 



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Al Seamonson 



Outside Linebackers/Special Teams Assistant 

Wisconsin '82 • Eighth Year at Maryland 



Al Seamonson is in his eighth season as Maryland's 
outside linebackers coach, working with the strongside 
(Sam) backers and the LEOs (linebacker end option). He 
also assists with special teams 

Seamonson has prepared a number of defensive 
players for the NFL over the years, including All-Pro 
Shawne Memman. 

Last season, former walk-on Moise Fokou emerged 
as one of the team's top tacklers from his Sam linebacker 
position The junior finished third on the team in stops and 
tied for the team lead in forced fumbles. 

In 2006. Seamonson was responsible for a unit that was 
consistently among the defense's best tacklers. Among his 
pupils, Sam LB David Holloway ended the year third on the 
team in tackles and moved on to the NFL, playing with the 
Anzona Cardinals. 

He has also groomed Trey Covington who has been a 
three-year starter at LEO. a hybnd defensive end/linebacker 
spot. 

In 2005, Seamonson helped Holloway to a 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 Memman 



The Seamonson File 



Personal 

Date of Birth 
Hometown 



September?, 1959 



Stoughton. 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 

1 987-99 Assistant Coach - Special Teams Coordinator/ 
LmebackersA Vide R eceivers 
United States Military Academy (Army) 

1985:86 Assistant Coach - Linebackers 

Wisconsin 

' : : ■•:- Graduate Assistant - Defensive Backs 

1 982-63 Part-Time Assistant Coach - Wide Receivers 

Playing Experience 

Wisconsin 

1978-81 Wide Receiver 



Recruiting Areas 

Northern and Weston Virginia. South Carolina and North 
Florida • 



Merriman was a first team AII-ACC pick in 2004 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 eventually the league's 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 
second-most sacks in the ACC. In 2002, 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 25 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 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 





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

The Citadel was not Seamonson's first taste of the 
military life, however, as he was a linebackers coach at the 
U.S. Military Academy (Army) in West Point. N.Y.. for the 
1985 and '86 seasons. In his first year at Army, the Cadets 
were one of the surpnse 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 at wide receiver, Seamonson got his start in 
coaching in Madison. In 1982. he served as a volunteer 
coach for Wisconsin's wide receivers. The next two years 
he was a graduate assistant working with the secondary. 

A native of Stoughton. Wis.. Seamonson was a wide 
receiver at Stoughton High School and was a captain for 
the all-state Shrine Team in 1977. He and his wife. Kristi, 
have three children: Kylen, Kalvin and Karter. 




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Dave Sollazzo 

Defensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator 

The Citadel 77 • 11th Year at Maryland 



A veteran of the Atlantic Coast Conference, Dave 
Sollazzo is in his eighth year as defensive line coach and 
fourth season as recruiting coordinator at Maryland. 

Sollazzo is his 11th season overall at the university. He 
was a volunteer defensive line coach for the Terps in 1986 
and '87 as well as a graduate assistant in 1984. Over the 
last seven years, the defensive line has continued to be a 
strong suit for the Terps. 

Sollazzo's work orchestrating the Terps' recruiting 
efforts have led to the signing of some outstanding student- 
athletes. 

Over the last two seasons, the Terps have signed 31 
student-athletes ranked among the 100 nationally at their 
positions, including nine All-Americans. In addtion, 31 of 
the 43 signees received all-state recognition during their 
careers. 

Last year, the defensive line, led by Dre Moore steadily 
improved en route to the Terps fifth bowl appearance in 
the past seven seasons. Moore secured first-team AII-ACC 



The Sollazzo File 



Personal 

Date of Birth 


December 24, 1955 


Hometown 


Harrison, N.Y. 


Alma Mater 


The Citadel, 77 


Pronunciation 


so-LAH-zo 



Coaching Experience 



Maryland 
2005- 

2001-04 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Line/ 

Recruiting Coordinator 

Assistant Coach - Defensive Line/NFL Liaison 



Georgia Tech 
1999- 2000 
The Citadel 

1989-98 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Tackles 



Assistant Coach - Defensive Line 



Guilford (N.C.) College 

1988 Assistant Coach ■ Defensive Lin e 

Maryland 

1986-87 Volunteer Assistant Coa ch - Defe nsive Line 

Stratford (S.C.) High School 

1 985 Ass istant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 

Maryland 

1984 



Graduate Assistant - Linebackers 



North Charleston (S.C.) High School 

1 983 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 

Fort Johnson (S.C.) High School 

1 978-82 Assistant Coach - Defensive Coordinator 



Playing Experience 



The Citadel 
1973-76 



Defensive line 



Recruiting Areas 

Maryland (Howard and Montgomery Counties), Northern 
New Jersey and Eastern New York 



honors and went on to be selected in the fourth round of the 
2008 NFL Draft by the Tampa Bucaneers 

In 2006, Moore anchored the line along with Conrad 
Bolston, who has since moved on to the NFL. 

During the 2005 season, Maryland's defensive line was 
one somewhat in transition, but the unit again played well. 
Bolston had his best season, leading the team with five 
sacks, while Jeremy Navarre (25 tackles, 2 1/2 TFLs), a 
converted fullback, emerged as a true freshman. Navarre, 
a senior this season, is expected to be the anchor of a 
young defensive line. 

In 2004, the Terrapin defense ranked 21st nationally, 
giving up an average of 315.3 yards per game. Though it 
had lost standout DT Randy Starks a year early (selected by 
the Tennessee Titans in the 2004 NFL Draft), the defensive 
line still performed well, helping the team to top 25 rankings 
in three categories. 

In 2003, 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 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 





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AII-ACC pick and, ultimately, a third-round choice of the 
Houston Texans in the 2002 NFL Draft. 

Prior to his current stint at Maryland. Sollazzo spent two 
seasons (1999-00) at Georgia Tech as a defensive tackles 
coach helping the Yellow Jackets reach bowl games each 
year (1999 Gator Bowl / 2000 Peach Bowl). 

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 helped Brad Keeney 
achieve All-America honors and Southern Conference- 
leading totals in sacks and tackles for loss in 1995. 

In addition, he coached nine other defensive linemen to 
all-conference honors while with the Bulldogs. The highlight 
of his coaching career in Charleston, S.C, however, may 
have been his involvement in helping The Citadel to the 
1992 Southern Conference championship and a No. 1 
ranking at the end of the regular season. That squad led 
the nation in points allowed (13 ppg) 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 over the 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 pb 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 Friedgen, 
Harrison, N.Y, on Christmas Eve, 1955, and earned his 
degree from The Citadel in 1977. He and his wife, Ellen, 
have a 4-year-old son, Christopher. 



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Dwight Gait 

Director OlStrength & Conditioning 

Maryland '81 • 21st Year at Maryland 



Dwight Gait is in his 21 st year at Maryland, including 1 5th 
year as the school's director of strength and conditioning. 
His responsibilities include managing the department's 
three weight-training facilities, and coordinating strength 
and conditioning programs for the Terps' 27 varsity sports, 
with special emphasis on football 

In addition to earning his bachelor's degree in 
business management in 1981 and his master's degree 
in exercise physiology in 1989 from Maryland, Gait is 
Master Strength and Conditioning Coach (MSCC) certified 
with ihe Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches' 
Association and is currently one of just 69 coaches to earn 
this distinction 



Gait began his career at Maryland in 1984 as an intern 
strength coach. He assisted with the training of the 1984 
and 1985 ACC Champion football teams. 

In 1989. he became a full-time assistant strength coach, 
and for the next three years worked with all of Maryland's 
intercollegiate sports programs. In 1992, Gait became 
the assistant strength coach for football and he is now in 
his 16th year of providing complete athletic development 
training to Terp football team members. 

Gait, 50. and his wife Jan are natives of Silver Spring. 
Md.. and have four children: Angie. Ten, Dwight IV (Deege) 
and Tommy. 

Deege and Tommy are both members of the football 
team. 




Jemal Griffin 

Director Of Football Operations 

Coppin State '96 • Third Year at Maryland 



Jemal Griffin is in his third season with the Maryland 
football program, including first as the director of football 
operations. 

Griffin's responsibilities include organizing all aspects of 
team travel, team housing and special events. 

He served as assistant recruiting coordinator during 
the 2006 and 2007 seasons when the Terps landed a pair 
of classes which were highlighted by 31 student-athletes 
ranked among the top 100 nationally at their positions, 
including nine All-Americans. 

Griffin was charged with the maintenance of the 
recruiting database and mailings, organizing recruit visits 
and special events, as well as academic and compliance 
issues for prospective student-athletes. 



Prior to arriving in College Park. Griffin spent seven 
years as a member of the staff at Woodlawn High School 
in Baltimore. He started as defensive backs coach in 
1999, a year later he was named assistant head coach 
and offensive coordinator, where he was tasked with all 
aspects of the Warriors' offense and recruiting. While there, 
Griffin coached two high school All-Americans. as well as 
many of all-state and All-Metro players. His teams earned 
a 45-27 record during his tenure, including two Baltimore 
County 3A-4A championships and two Maryland 4A North 
championships. 

A native of Baltimore. Griffin played baseball and 
football at Northwestern High School and as a senior was 
named to the Baltimore Sun's All-Metro team after finishing 




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passing. He earned his 
degree in management 
science from Coppin 
State University in 
1996, where he was a 
four year starter on the 
Eagles baseball team 
as a shortstop, and was 
named to the MEAC's 
All-Tournament team 
as a senior. He and his 
wife Carta have two boys. 
Brandon. 12. and Joshua. 




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Ryan Steinberg 

Assistant Recruiting Coordinator 

Maryland '07 • Second Year at Maryland 



Ryan Steinberg is in his second season with Maryland, 
including first as the assistant recruiting coordinator. 

Steinberg maintains trie recruiting database and is in 
charge of mailings. He also organizes recruit visits and 
special events, as well as assisting in academic and 
compliance issues for prospective student-athletes. 

He spent the 2007 season as an intern on the Maryland 
staff. Steinberg was also an assistant camp director in 
2008. 



Prior to becoming a full-time member of the staff. 
Steinberg spent five seasons as a student assistant in the 
Maryland football office. 

He served as the Gndiron Technology specialist from 
January 2006 through May 2007, helping implement and 
maintain the state-of-the-art computer program which aids 
the coaches and players in simulating game action. 



Steinberg also spent the 2002 through 2006 football 
seasons as a student equipment manager, including the 
final three as the head student manager. 

He also worked at the Terrapin Technique School each 
summer as a student. 

A native of North Potomac. Md.. Steinberg graduated 
from Maryland in 2007 with a bachelor's degree in family 
studies. He also minored in sports commerce and culture. 








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Ohringer 

Head Equipment Manager 
Maryland, '85 
21th Year 



Ron Ohringer is in his 21st 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. 

Anative of nearby Washington, D.C., 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 NFL's Washington 
Redskins and Philadelphia Eagles. He also worked with the 
Washington Commandos of the Arena Football League and 
the former Alexandria Dukes baseball team in the Carolina 
League. 

Ohringer and his wife Amy reside in Laurel, Md., and 
have two children: Casey (11) and Derek (7). 



Kevin 
Glover 

Director of Character Education 
Maryland, '84 
Fifth Year 



A name familiar to Terp and NFL fans, Kevin Glover is in 
his fifth 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. 

Glover also 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 at Maryland in 1984 and a 
member of the school's Athletics Hall of Fame, Glover was 
a second-round selection by the Detroit Lions in the 1985 
NFL Draft. He anchored a line that helped Barry Sanders 
to 2,053 yards in 1997 and ultimately earned three trips to 
the Pro Bowl. He was his team's NFL Player Association 
Representative for six seasons and was 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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Bassett 

Football Video Director 
Catawba College, '99 
Fifth Year 



Jonah Bassett is in his fifth 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 and his wife, 
Donna, have a 3-year-old son, Jonah Jr. 




Kyle 
Schmitt 

Graduate Assistant 
Maryland, '04 
Second Year 



Kyle Schmitt is in his second season as a graduate 
assistant with Maryland. 

The former Terrrapin offensive lineman spent the 2006 
season as the tight ends coach at St. Vincent College. 

Schmitt played in 48 games in his Maryland career 
(2001-04), including 27 starts at center and guard. He 
signed with the Minnesota Vikings after the 2005 NFL Draft 
and spent the preseason with the team. 

In 2006 Schmitt played with the Cologne Centurions of 
NFL Europe, starting six games. He also spent time with 
the Amsterdam Admirals and the Berlin Thunder. 

He signed with the Arizona Cardinals in January 2006 
and spent training camp with the team. 

Schmitt graduated in 2005 with a bachelor of arts 
degree in history. His brother Andrew, is a long-snapper 
with the Terps. 

Schmitt and his wife, Haley, were married last summer. 



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Brian 
White 

Graduate Assistant 
Juniata College, '04 
Third Year 



Brian White is in his third season as a graduate assistant 
with the Maryland football program. 

White has worked with the Terps scout teams over the 
last two seasons. In 2006, as a member of the offensive 



coaching staff, White worked primarily with the offensive 
line. He also spent time in the working with the running 
backs. 

Prior to Maryland, White spent two seasons at Hargrave 
Military Academy, serving as offensive line coach and 
recruiting coordinator. At Hargrave, he was responsible for 
all offensive line practice organization, position evaluation 
and adjustments. White also recruited the East Coast and 
organized an annual college showcase combine, which 
attracted over 300 coaches. 

A native of Oakland, N.J., White is a 2004 graduate 
of Juniata College, where he was a center, earning a 
bachelor's of arts degree in history. 




Delbert 
Cowsette 



Intern 

Maryland '09 
First Year 



Delbert Cowsette is in his first season as an intern with 
the Terps. 

Cowsette, a former Maryland standout at defensive 
tackle, spent the last four seasons playing in the Arena 
Football League following a six-year stint in the National 
Football League. 

Cowsette was a two-time all-Atlantic Coast Conference 
selection with the Terps and the most valuable player of 
the defense for the 1999 season, a season where he also 
served as a team captain. 

Following his illustrious Maryland career, Cowsette was 
selected by the Washington Redskins in the 2000 NFL 
Draft. After three full seasons with the Redskins, Cowsette 
also spent time with the Chicago Bears, Tampa Bay 
Buccaneers, New York Giants and Indianapolis Colts. 

Cowsette worked at Maryland in 2007 as an assistant 
strength coach. Cowsette gained coaching experience in 
2004, coaching the defensive linemen at Potomac High 
School in Sterling, Va. 

An Ashburn, Va. native, Cowsette graduated from 
Maryland in 1999 with a Bachelor of Science degree in 
geography. 




Wes 
Robinson 

Head Athletic Trainer 
Morehead State '95 
Second Year 



Wes Robinson is in his second year as the Terrapins' 
head football athletic trainer. 

Robinson provides athletic training coverage of practice 
and games to all of Maryland's football student-athletes. 
Robinson also oversees assistant athletic trainers in their 
roles with the football program. 

Robinson came to Maryland after seven years at Purdue 
University, where he was an assistant athletic trainer with 
the Boilermakers' football program and the head trainer for 
wrestling. Robinson also worked with the baseball team 
during his tenure. 

Prior to Purdue, Robinson spent two years as a physical 
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athletic training at the University ol Kentucky, where he 
served as a graduate assistant from 1996-98 

Robinson holds two bachelors degrees, receiving a 
bachelor of arts in physical education/exercise science 
from Morehead State University in 1995 and a bachelor of 
science in health sciences from the University of Kentucky 
in 1996, Robinson also earned a masters of science in 
physical therapy from Kentucky in 1998 

Robinson currently resides in Laurel. Md„ with his wife, 
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Heather 
Arianna 

Associate Director of ASCDU 
Syracuse, 92 
13th Year 



Heather Arianna is in her 13th year at the University 
of Maryland, Arianna serves as the associate director of 
the academic support/career development unit (ASCDU), 
working specifically with the Terrapin football student- 
athletes 

Her current responsibilities include monitoring eligibility 
and coordinating all of the academic support services for the 
football student-athletes, teaching UNIV 100 (a freshmen 
onentation course) and managing the ASCDU satellite 
facility located in the Gossett Football Team House. 

Arianna has worked in the academic support units at 
Syracuse and Louisville, as well as serving as an academic 
assistant at Florida State, 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. 

Ananna 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. 

Arianna and her husband. Vinnie. have two daughters, 
Manssa and Samantha 




Walt 
Holliday 

Assistant Director of ASCDU 
Upsala College. '92 
Third Year 



Holliday has been working for 12 years in the area of 
student-athlete development at the Division I level. 

Holliday is in his third year as the assistant director of 
academic support for student-athletes at Maryland where 
he works with the football team on a daily basis to ensure 
both their academic and personal development. 

Prior to Maryland. Holliday worked for six years at 
Rutgers University as a senior advisor for men's basketball. 
He also spent five years at Temple University as an 
assistant athletics director for academic support. 

A 1992 graduate of Upsala College with a bachelor's 
of arts in communications. Holliday continues to be very 



active in the National Association for Athletic Advisors 
(N4A) where he is currently the co-chairperson for the 
student-athlete recognition committee Prior to that he 
served on the N4A executive board from 2000-02 as a 
Region One representative and has presented at three 
national conventions. 

Holliday was a four-year starter on the Updala football 
team where he was voted captain and named the team's 
most valuable lineman as a senior. 






Shawn 
Nestor 

Football SID 
Babson College. '89 
Second Year 



Shawn Nestor is in second year as the associate media 
relations director at Maryland. He is the Terrapins' primary 
media contact for the football program, having come to 
College Park in November 2006. He also oversees the 
media relations activities for men's and women's tennis 
and water polo. 

Nestor came to Maryland after four-and-one-half years 
as the media relations director at the University of Akron, 
including the final two as an assistant athletics director. He 
served as the primary media contact for football and track 
and field, and oversaw the daily operation of the office. 

Before arriving in Akron, he spent two seasons as the 
assistant sports information director at Kansas State where 
he served as the contact for men's basketball and assisted 
in the publicity efforts in football. 

Prior to K-State. Nestor spent two years as a media 
relations assistant at the University of Texas. There he 
assisted in the day-to-day media operations for football 
and served as the contact for men's track and field. He 
also spent a year as a student assistant in the UT media 
relations office, while working towards a graduate degree in 
sports management. 

Prior to his stint at Texas, he worked for six years at 
Bank of Boston. 

A native of Everett. Mass.. Nestor received a bachlelor's 
of science in finance from Babson College (Mass.) in 
1989. 



Dahlia 
Levin 

Director of Intensive Learning 
Program for Football 
Maryland. '99 
Seventh Year 



Dahlia Levin, director of the Intensive Learning Program 
(ILP) for football, is in her seventh year at the University of 
Maryland. She joined the ASCDU program on a full-time 
basis in 2000 after serving as an assistant, mentor and 
class checker for three years. Her areas of responsibility 
include assessing the learning needs of the football student- 
athletes and creating an individual learning profile for each 
one. She also teaches EDCP108K. a course designed 
to help students with the transition to the University of 




Maryland The ILP program provides structured directed 
study time for students using specific learning strategies. 

Levin serves as a liaison to DSS for football student- 
athletes who may require additional classroom support 
or accommodations. In addition, Levin provides 
recommendations to the academic counselors and 
coaches regarding specific learning strategies and issues 
to help lead to the students overall success. 

Levin graduated in 1999 from Maryland with a degree 
in sociology and did her master's work at Maryland as 
well in education and Jewish Studies. She also volunteers 
with the Big Brothers Big Sisters program and is a faculty 
representative on the honor council for the University. 

Support Staff 




Paula Broglio 
Administrative Assistar 






Matt Charvat 

Associate Head Trainer 




Mike Mattia 
Team Administrative Cow 




Corliss Fingers 

Ass! Strength 4 Conditioning 



H 



Nathaniel Park 

Assistant Equipment Manager 



*^l l ~ 'I 



Kala Flagg 

Rehabilitation Coordinator 



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Kendra Greene 



Butch Rhodenck 
Maryland State Police 




Mike Szemborski 
■ - 3th 4 Comttionirig 




Barry Kagan 



COACHING 






Quick Facts 



General 

Name of School 


University of Maryland 


City, Zip 


College Park, Md. 20742 


Founded 


1856 


Enrollment 


36,014 


Nickname 


Terrapins, Terps 


School Colors 


Red, White, Black, Gold 


Stadium 


Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium 


Capacity (Surface) 


51,500 (Natural Grass) 


Affiliation 


NCAA Division l-A; Football Bowl Subdivision 


Conference / Division 


Atlantic Coast Conference / Atlantic 


President (Alma Mater, Year) 


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


Athletics Director (Alma Mater, Year) 


Deborah A. Yow (Elon 74) 


History 

First year of football 


1892 


All-time record 


592-516-43 (.533/1,151 qames) 


All-time bowl/playoff record 


9-11-2 


Years in postseason 


22 (1 947-49-5 1 -53-55-73-74-75-76-77-78- 

80-82-83-84-85-90-0 1 -02-03-06-07) 


Last postseason appearance 


2007 


Last postseason result 


lost to Oreqon State, 21-14 (Emerald Bowl, 12/28/07) 


Media Relations 

Associate Director/Football Contact 


Shawn Nestor 


Office 


301-314-7065 


E-Mail 


snestor@umd.edu 


Assoc. A.D./Media Relations (Credentials) Douq Dull 


SID office phone 


(301)314-7064 


E-Mail 


ddull@umd.edu 


Press Box Phone 


301-405-7810 


SID Mailing Address 


2725 Comcast Center, Colleqe Park, MD 20742 


Overnight Address 


2725 Comcast Center, Colleqe Park, MD 20742 


Web Site 


www.umterps.com 



Coaching Staff 



Head Coach 


Ralph Friedgen 


Alma Mater, Year 


Maryland (70) 


Record at school (years) 


56-31 (7) 


Career record (years) 


same 


Football office phone 


301-314-7095 


Best time to reach coach 


Through Media Relations Office 


Weekly Press Conference 


Tuesday, 1 p.m. 
(available online at www.umterps.com) 


ASSISTANT COACHES 



Chris Cosh (Virginia Tech '83) 
James Franklin (E. Stroudsburg '95) 
Tom Brattan (Delaware 72) 



Def. Coordinator/ 
Inside Linebackers 



4th year at Maryland 



Asst. Head Coach 

Offensive Coordinator/QB 

Offensive Line 



6th year at Maryland 
8th_year at Maryland 



John Donovan (Johns Hopkins '97) 
Kevin Lempa (So. Conn SL 

Lee Hull (Holy Cross '881 

Danny Pearman (Clemson '! 



741. 



Running Backs 

Secondary 
Wide Receivers 



8th ye ar at Maryland 



Al Seamonson (Wisconsin '82) 



Dave Sollazzo (The Citadel 77) 



Kyle Schmitt (Maryland '04) 



Special Teams Coordinator 

Tight Ends 

Outside Linebackers/ 

Special Teams Asst. 

Defensive Line/ 

Rec ruiting Coordin ator 

Graduate Assistant 



2nd year at Maryland 
1st year at Maryland 
1st year at Maryland 



8th year at Maryland 
11th year at Maryland 



2nd year at Maryland 



Brian White (Juanita College '04) 



Graduate Assistant 



FOOTBALL STAFF 

Jemal Griffin 

Jonah Bassett (Catawba Col. '99)_ 



3rd year at Maryland 



Director of Football Operations 
Video Coordinator 



Wes Robinson (Morehead State '95) 
Dwight Gait (Maryland '81) 



Head Football Athletic Trainer 



Strength & Conditioning Coach 



3rd year at Maryland 
5t h year at M aryland 
2nd year at Maryland 

21st year al Maryland 



Team Information 



2007 overall record 



6-7 



2007 conference record/fin 


sh 


3-5 (5th Atlantic Division) 


Basic offense 






Multiple 


Basic defense 






Multiple 


Letterwinners returning: 


Offense: 23 


Defense: 


20 




Specialty 3 


Total: 


46 


Lettermen lost: 


Offense 6 


Defense: 


8 




Specialty: 2 


Total: 


16 


Starters returning: 


Offense 9 


Defense: 


5 




Specialty: 4 (of 4) 


Total 


18 




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200B OUTLOOK 



2008 Outlook 






Despite coming off their fifth bowl appearance in the 
previous seven seasons, the Maryland Terrapins are hungry 
to improve upon last year's finish. 

The 2007 campaign began with promise as the Terps 
returned a number of key contributors from a 9-4 team which 
dominated its bowl game. 

The Terps won their first two games last season, and 
despite a home loss to No. 4 West Virginia and a heart- 
breaking conference-opening loss to Wake Forest, were in 
position to compete for an ACC title after wins over No. 10 
Rutgers and Georgia Tech. 

However, injuries began to mount midway through the 
season and the Terps could not fully recover. In all, 17 mem- 
bers of the two-deep missed at least one game, including 
three along the offensive line. 

But despite all the injuries, which led to four league losses 
by a touchdown or less, Maryland still went on post a win over 
No. 8 Boston College and shut out NC State in the regular- 
season finale to earn a berth in the Emerald Bowl, the second 
straight postseason appearance for the Terps. 

Head coach Ralph Friedgen is hopeful that last years 
hard luck will turn to good fortune in 2008. 

"The injuries impacted us, but a lot of guys got on the field 
who may not have last season," Friedgen said. "Hopefully, 
that adversity will help us this year. I think we have a chance 
to have a very good team." 

The Terps return a mostly veteran squad in 2008 with 46 
letterwinners, including 14 offensive and defensive starters, 
back in the fold. 

Among the letterwinners are 20 players who have started 
at least one game in their careers. 

That group will look to return the Terps to the upper 
echelon of the Atlantic Coast Conference, a process that 
began shortly after the Emerald Bowl with winter workouts 
and spring practice, 

Friedgen was pleased with how the team performed 
during the spring, feeling it was a productive five 
weeks. 

"I think we had a good spring, we got a lot 
accomplished," Friedgen said. "A lot of players 
got reps. I saw a lot of kids develop. It was a 
learning experience. We were learning a 
new offense and we had some changes 
on special teams. 

"We were able to get a good 
evaluation of a lot of the younger 
kids. We had 107 players in 
spring practice. We gave the 
younger kids a lot of opportunity 
to show themselves and we're 
pleased with where they are. But 
when we get back into fall camp, 
we'll narrow that down and work 
mostly the first and second teams 
to get ready for the season." 

Even before the team began 
its off-season program, there were 
some changes in the program. 



Friedgen surrendered his dual role of head coach and of- 
fensive coordinator, which he served the last two seasons. 

He also hired three new staff members, including tight 
ends coach/special teams coordinator Danny Pearman, 
wide receivers coach Lee Hull and offensive coordinator/as- 
sistant head coach James Franklin, who was on staff during 
Friedgen's first four seasons in College Park. 

"I think having a new offensive coordinator and new 
special teams coach have really added a new excitement to 
our program," Friedgen said. "I like our staff. They relate to 
the kids well and I think the kids are having more fun. 

"I also think our team morale is very good and that 
translated into good practices this spring." 

Though the Terps will now employ more of a west-coast 
based offense, much of what Franklin has learned offensively 
comes from Friedgen's influence. Franklin was also the of- 
fensive coordinator at Kansas State the last two years after 
spending one season with the Green Bay Packers. 

"One of the reasons I was interested in James was the 
knowledge he had about what we did in the past," Friedgen 
said. 

While the offensive philosophy has altered some, there 
shouldn't be wholesale changes to a unit which returns 23 
letterwinners, including nine starters, the most in Friedgen's 
seven seasons. 

The Terps will have four of their five starting offensive 
linemen back, as well as starting QB Chris Turner and all 




of the receiving corps, headlined by 2007 All-America choice 
Darrius Heyward-Bey 

Now after working through the off-season program, 
Friedgen is convinced the changes have been a plus. 

"I'm pleased with where we are offensively," Friedgen 
said. "There are still some things we need to improve on, 
but I like how we're calling things. James is organized and 
he brings a lot of enthusiasm to the offense." 

The defense will have to replace six starters, including 
first-team AII-ACC performers Dre Moore and Erin Hender- 
son, and three members of the secondary. The defense also 
worked through some changes in the off-season, but those 
were due mostly to injuries. 

With a number of players having off-season surgery and 
missing spring practice, third-year coordinator Chris Cosh 
had to shuffle the lineup. 

Linebackers Dave Philistin, Moise Fokou and Rick 
Costa joined DL Mack Frost on the sidelines. But all are 
expected to be healthy and ready for fall camp. 

Seniors Jeremy Navarre and Trey Covington look like 
the leaders up front. 

According to Friedgen, they each played extremely 
well in the spring. They are two of the most experienced 
players on the team, having each started more than 30 
career games. 

Navarre spent the last three seasons at end, but moved 
inside to tackle in the spring. Covington returns for his fourth 
season as the starter at LEO. 

Despite the loss of Henderson, one of the most productive 
players in the nation the last two seasons, the linebacker unit 
should be the deepest group on the defense with a number of 
players who have seen significant action, including Philistin 
and Fokou. Philistin was fourth in the ACC in tackles last 
season, and Fokou was third on the team in stops. 

Philistin is drawing national attention. He was placed 
on the preseason watch list for the Nagurski Trophy, which 
honors the top defender in the country. 

The Terps have some experience on defense as 20 let- 
terwinners return from last season's squad. There weren't 
quite as many injures on defense as there were on offense 
last year, but there were a number of players, including 
Adrian Moten, a 2007 Freshman All-America choice, who 
saw extended time in a reserve role due to teammates 
being banged up. 

The Terps finished 24th in the country in scoring defense 
and 40th in total defense last season, but there are areas 
to improve upon. 

"We need to do a better job against the run," Friedgen 
said. "We want to try and become more flexible on the 
defensive side of the ball and keep finding ways to play to 
the strength of our players." 



Adrian Moten was a 2007 Freshman 
Ail-American and is expected to play a 
key role for the Terps' defense in 2008. 



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Senior cornerback Kevin Barnes is the lone returning 
"* starter on the back end of the defense He was among the 

2 ACC's best last season in passes defended 

m k While most of the regulars are back on special teams 

•■ they'll have a new coach in Pearman, whose pedigree 

• includes an eight-year stint on Frank Beamer's Virginia 
^ Tech staff Beamer is well known nationally for his special 
2 teams success 

^ Senior Obi Egekeze and sophomore punter Travis Bate 

— - formed a good tandem last season as first-year starters and 

A should only improve this fall. 

All the staff changes have allowed Friedgen to become 
5 more involved off the field. 

m. "This has allowed me to get more involved with the players 

•^ and to make sure I'm spending as much time as possible 

• motivating them," Fnedgen said. "I didn't have as much time 
for that the last two years." 

» Team Notes: 

"* • The Terps are scheduled to have a veteran team this fall 

^ with 31 seniors on the roster, including 21 who are on 

— scholarship. Last season, Maryland had just 15 seniors 

•^ on its roster. Fourteen members of last year's senior 

2 class have already graduated. 

• The Terps are scheduled to face eight teams this year 
which reached the postseason in 2007. ACC foes Clem- 
son, Virginia. Wake Forest. Virginia Tech, Florida State 
and Boston College played in bowl games, while Dela- 
ware reached the 2008 Football Championship Subdivi- 
sion title game. In addition, California, which reached as 
high as No. 2 in the 2007 national polls, also played in a 
bowl and visits College p ark for the first time. 

■ Three of the top eight crowds in Chevy Chase Bank 
Field at Byrd Stadium history occurred last season: 
53,107 vs. West Virginia (No. 5), 52,827 vs. Bos- 
ton College (No 7) and 52.782 vs. Virginia 
(No. 8). In all. 20 of the top 25 crowds in 
the history of Byrd Stadium have come in 
Ralph Friedgen's seven seasons. 

1 Maryland's league road schedule may be 
the toughest in the ACC. The Terps' four 
road games (Boston College, Clemson, Vir- 
ginia Tech and Virginia) come against the top 
two finishers from each division last year. 

■ The Terps' nine returners on offense are the 
most since 1999 when Maryland had 10. 

• Neariy half the 46 returning letterwinners have 
started at least one game in their career. In all, 20 
Terps have started at least one contest DL Jeremy Na- 
varre has started a team-high 35 games. C Edwin Wil- 
liams has the most starts among offensive players with 
26. 

Members of the 2008 Terrapin Council, the team's leader- 
ship group, include seniors Kevin Barnes Scott Burley 
Dan Gronkowski and Edwin Williams juniors Darrius 
Heyward-Bey Cory Jackson and Chris Turner sopho- 
mores Adrian Moten Da'Rel Scott and Alex Wujciak 
along with freshman Torrey Smith 

• Maryland has not nad a d u it blocked in the last 98 games 
(third game of the 1999 season), the longest streak in the 
nation. 



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Offense 

Quarterback 

Entenng last year, the Terps had limited experience at 
quarterback, as no one on the roster had started a col- 
legiate game 

The situation has changed considerably with both junior 
Chris Turner and senior Jordan Steffy serving as the 
starter last season 



Quarterbacks 

10 Chris Turner QB 


6-4 


210 


Jr 


IV 


11 Jamarr Robinson QB 


6-0 


190 


Fr. 


RS 


12 Josh Ports QB 


6-4 


210 


Jr 


SQ 


16 Tyler Bass QB 


6-3 


220 


Ft 


HS 


19 Jordan Steffy QB 


6-1 


209 


Sr 


3V 





Turner enters the fall as the No. 1 quarterback after post- 
ing nearly 2.000 passing yards and the third-best passing 
efficiency rating in the ACC in 2007. 




Offensive Starters 
Returning/Lost... 

Starters Returning (9) 

WR Isaiah Williams Sr.-3V 6-3,200 

• Started all 13 games in 2007; second on the team in 
receiving yards (395). 

LT Scott Burley Sr.-3V 6-5,335 

• A preseason AII-ACC selection; started 12 of 13 games 
m 2007; second team AII-ACC pick by Rivals com as a 
junior. 

LG Jaimie Thomas Sr.-3V 6-4,330 

• A preseason AII-ACC choice; has played in 32 career 
games, including 11 starts, all at left guard; earned Iron 
Terp status for the first lime in his career in Spnng 2007; 
should vie for AII-ACC honors this season, 

C Edwin Williams Sr.-3V 6-2,315 

• A preseason AII-ACC selection; a fifth-year senior who 
has established himself as a leader on the offensive line, 
his 26 consecutive starts are tops on the offense. 

RT Dane Randolph Sr.-3V 6-5,300 

• A durable, fifth-year offensive lineman who assumed a 
more prominent role in 2007; earned Iron Terp status the 
last three springs. 

WR Darrius Heyward-Bey Jr.-2V 6-3.206 

• A preseason AII-ACC choice, honorable mention All- 
America choice and 2007 Biletnikoff Award watch list 
member; led Terps in receptions (51) and receiving 
yards (786) in 2007. 

QB Chris Turner Jr.-1V 6-4.210 

• Ranked third in the ACC and 36th nationally in passing 
efficiency (135.5 rating); completed 63.5 percent of his 
passes, played m 11 games in the 2007 season. 

RB Cory Jackson Jr.-2V 6-1.245 

• Played in 12 games, staling eight at fullback; excellent 
blocker and solid pass-catcher. 

TE Dan Gronkowski Sr.-2V 6-6,255 

• An AII-ACC candidate; shared starting duties with Joey 
Haynos the last two seasons; expected to emerge as 
one of the top tight ends in the ACC in 2008. 



Starters Lost (2) 

OL Andrew Crummey Sr.-3V 6-5,301 

• Three-year starter at nght guard who was a second team 
All-America choice by The Sporting News: missed five 
games with a leg injury. 

RB Keen Lattimore Sr.-4V 5-11,223 

• An AII-ACC performer who joined Lance Ball to form one 
of the top tailback duos in the country: ranks 14th on the 
Terps' career rushing list (1 ,744). 



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Chris Turner led Maryland to 
two wins over Top 10 teams last 
season and enters 2008 atop the 
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Turner is holding a slight lead on the quarterback job 
heading into the fall He held off a challenge from Steffy and 
junior Josh Portis during spring practice. 

Steffy heads into the fall No. 2 on the depth chart, fol- 
lowed by Portis. 

Friedgen is hoping the experience factor translates into 
increased production under center. 

"Turner and Steffy have played a lot of football and 
we've won with both of them," Friedgen said. "Even though 
Portis has the least experience, he has also played in a 
college game." 

Friedgen is looking for one of the quarterbacks to grab 
the starting job during the preseason. 

"They're not totally there understanding the new offense, 
Friedgen said. "I'm hoping they'll get it down this summer and 
someone will separate themselves in the preseason." 

Turner was solid in most of his outings last season. 

The junior replaced an injured Steffy in the Rutgers 
game, led the team to a victory over the 10th-ranked team 
in the country and went on to start the final eight games of 
the season. 

Steffy started the first five contests last season and was 
sixth in the league in passing efficiency when he went down 
with a concussion against the Scarlet Knights. 

It was a tough blow for the fifth-year player, who battled 
knee and shoulder woes earlier in his career. 

"Jordan's as healthy now as he's been," Friedgen said. 

Each of the quarterbacks brings a different element to 
the field. 

"Jordan is mobile, while Chris is more of a pocket passer, 
but he'll scramble and make 10 yards." Friedgen said. 

Portis missed the last two seasons, but he's likely to push 
for time in the preseason. 

He transferred from Florida in 2005 and sat out 2006 due 
to NCAA transfer rules. Portis was ruled ineligible prior to the 



last year's opener and missed the whole season, though he 
did practice with the team. 

"Josh is hungry right now after being off for two years," 
said Franklin. "He's got freakish physical skills but needs to 
continue his development as a quarterback." 

The Terps are also looking to build for the future. 

Redshirt freshman Jamarr Robinson is the only other 
quarterback on the roster who has been in the system. 

He is fourth on the depth chart entering the season, but 
served as either the No. 2 or 3 quarterback last year. 

"I've been pleasantly surprised with him," Franklin said. 
"He's done well in the off-season." 

Freshman Tyler Bass will join this foursome in the fall. 
Bass is a dual-threat quarterback from Atlanta, Ga. He was 
a two-year starter and ranked among the top athletes in the 
nation as a senior in high school. 



Running Back 



The loss of two of the top running backs in school his- 
tory is somewhat of a concern, but the Terps appear to be 
in good shape. 



Running Backs 

5 Morqan Green RB 


5-11 


215 


So. 


SQ 


16 Rashad Henry 


RB 


5-9 


185 


Sr. 


SQ 


23 Da'Rel Scott 


RB 


5-11 


192 


So 


IV 


30 Haroon Brown 


RB 


5-10 


257 


So. 


1V 


35 Paul Lariviere 


RB 


6-0 


245 


Fr. 


RS 


36 Taylor Watson 


RB 


6-2 


235 


Fr. 


RS 


38 Cory Jackson 


RB 


6-1 


245 


Jr. 


2V 


41 Davm Meqqett 


RB 


5-8 


210 


Fr. 


HS 


46 Steve Pfister 


RB 


6-2 


234 


Jr. 


1V 


49 GaryDouqlas 


RB 


5-11 


179 


Fr. 


HS 


82 DanBonato 


RB 


5-8 


182 


So 


SQ 






Maryland will once again feature a formidable 1-2 punch at tailback with sophomores Da'Rel Scott (left) and 
Morgan Green (right) handling the primary ball-carrying duties. 



Sophomores Da'Rel Scott and Morgan Green showed 
this spring why they were both highly recruited coming out 
of high school. Scott continued to display his breakaway 
ability, while Green ran well both between and outside the 
tackles. 

Green and Scott will attempt to duplicate the exploits of 
Lance Ball and Keon Lattimore, who were staples in the 
backfield the last few seasons. 

Ball finished his career No. 4 on the Maryland career 
rushing list, while Lattimore was 14th on that list. 

Scott and Green, who battled for the No. 3 tailback spot 
last season, do lack experience, but they hope to make up for 
that in talent. Scott was No. 1 for most of the spring, though 
Green enters the fall atop the depth chart. 

Regardless, of who is No. 1 , they are both expected to 
play extensively. 

"Da'Rel and Morgan each had really good springs and 
we're expecting them to play well this season," Friedgen 
said. 

Overall, returning players account for just 15 percent of 
last season's rushing yards. Scott and Green combined to 
carry the ball just 17 times. Scott did show some explosive- 
ness in a limited role last season. He averaged 18.5 yards 
each time he touched the ball. 

Green and Scott offer a different look than Ball and 
Lattimore. 

"Da'Rel is a talented back," Franklin said. "He's got the 
ability to take it the distance. We just need to keep Da'Rel 
and Morgan healthy. I think we have more speed back there, 
but a lot less experience." 

Senior Rashad Henry and sophomore Dan Bonato took 
quite a few snaps in the spring and will vie for time behind 
Scott and Green. 

Neither Henry nor Bonato has played in a game, but each 
showed an ability to make people miss during the spring. 

They could battle for the No. 3 tailback spot in the fall or 
it could be one of the incoming freshmen. 

First-year players Gary Douglas and Davin Meggett 
are talented backs who could find themselves in the mix for 
playing time in the fall. 

The Terps are in good shape at fullback where junior 
Cory Jackson has started since the end of his true fresh- 
man season. Jackson, one of the toughest players on the 
team, doesn't carry the ball nor catch it much, but is one of 
the best blockers in the conference and helped open holes 
for Ball and Lattimore the last two years. 

Sophomore FB Haroon Brown filled in nicely last season 
as a true freshman. Jackson missed a game with a broken 
hand and Brown distinguished himself well. 

Brown inched closer to Jackson during the spring 

"Haroon has really improved," Friedgen said, "He's giving 
Cory a battle." 

Redshirt freshman Taylor Watson will also push for time 
at fullback along with senior Steve Pfister, who also plays 
on special teams. 

Wide Receiver 

The quarterbacks should have plenty of explosive targets 
to choose from in the fall, as Maryland has a chance to have 
one of the most potent wide-receiving corps in the nation. 

There is a veteran layer at the top of the depth chart, but 
plenty of young, talented players who may figure into the 
rotation this season. 



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3 UQuan Williams WR 
7 Adnan Cannon WR 


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1V 


8 Darnus Heyward-Bey WR 
17 Danny Oquendo WR 


6-3 


206 


Jr 


2V 


6-0 


190 


Sr 


3V 
HS 


16 Kenny Tale 
24 Ronnie Tyler 


WR 


6-4 


215 


Fr 


WR 


5-10 


190 


Fr 


RS 


25 Kevin Dorsey 


WR 


6-2 


195 


Fr 


HS 


27 WebbDulm 
82 Ton-ey Smith 


WR 


5-8 


165 


Fr. 


RS 


WR 


6-1 


200 


Fr 


RS 


83 Emani lee-Odai 


WR 


6-2 


200 


So. 


1V 


85 Tony Logan 


WR 


5-10 


180 


Fr 


RS 


84 Isaiah Williams 


WR 


6-3 


200 


Sr. 


3V 


87 Kerry Boykins 


WR 


6-1 


200 


Fr 


HS 


88 Qumton McCree 


WR 


6-2 


185 


Fr 


RS 





Junior All-America Darrius Heyward-Bey has been the 
leader of this group for the last two seasons. He's already 
pushing his way onto most of the top- 1 lists in the Maryland 
record book, despite only two seasons in uniform. 

A former track standout who has translated that speed 
to the football field, Heyward-Bey has almost 100 catches 
over the last two seasons. 

Joining him atop the depth chart are seniors Isaiah Wil- 
liams and Danny Oquendo 

Williams has tremendous physical skills, while Oquendo 
is a steady third-down receiver. Williams has posted nearly 
800 receiving yards the last two seasons and shown the 
ability to stretch the field. 

Oquendo has been the team's slot receiver the last two 
seasons, and he was missed last year after he went down 
with a knee injury pnor to the Boston College game. 

At 6-foot-3 each. Heyward-Bey and Williams can go up 
and get the ball and then outrun defenders. 

"We have a real fast group with five guys running under 
a 4.5 (in the 40-yard dash)." Friedgen said. "We need to get 
them to translate that to the field consistently ." 

As the new wide receivers coach, Lee Hull is charged 
with the task of getting the players to convert their talents 
to the field 

Hull joined the staff in March from Oregon State, where 
he coached a number of impressive receivers including Mike 
Hass. who won the 2005 Biletnikoff Award. 

Sophomore LaQuan Williams is another receiver with 
expenence. He had a breakout redshirt-freshman season 
before being shelved with a knee injury late in 2007. He 
highlighted his skills in the upset win over No. 10 Rutgers last 
season, making a remarkable diving catch on third-and-12 
to set up a fourth-quarter touchdown. He ended up fourth 
on the team in receiving yards last season. 

The Terps appear to have a solid top four at wideout, with 
some unproven players behind that group. 

'We have a really deep and talented group." Franklin said 
"They all have different strengths and we want to try and put 
people in the hght spot." 

Redshirt freshman Torrey Smith, who impressed the 
staff in the spnng. opens the fall behind Isaiah Williams at 
the X receiver spot, while sophomore Emani Lee-Odai and 
redshirt freshman Quinton McCree serve as Heyward-Bey s 
backup at Z receiver. 

Lee-Odai. one of the fastest players on the team, saw 
increased action during the second half of last season. 



Smith and McCree sat out last season as redshirts. but 
were impressive during practice. McCree made the travel 
squad and nearly played in 2007 

Redshirt freshman Ronnie Tyler is another youngster 
who played in the spnng. He finds himself behind Oquendo 
as the slot receiver. Tyler is somewhat undersized, but has 
the ability to make defenders miss in the open field. 

Sophomore Adrian Cannon who saw a decent amount 
of action during the second half of 2007. is slotted as a 
backup at X receiver behind Isaiah Williams. 

The talent level is even solid behind this group. 

Redshirt freshmen Tony Logan and true freshman Kevin 
Dorsey could also push for time. Logan and Dorsey are 
penciled in as reserves at Z receiver heading into the fall 

Dorsey is a highly-touted local recruit who enrolled in 
classes in January. He participated in spring practice, but 
missed some time while rehabbing from a foot injury. 

Logan is a little under-sized but he has the ability to make 
people miss in the open field. 

There are also two incoming freshmen with impressive 
credentials. 

Kenny Tate was one of the top recruits in the nation a year 
ago. The 6-foot-4 product from Foresrville. Md., was ranked 
among the top wideouts in the nation as a senior. 

In addition. Kerry Boykins comes to the Terps from 
Chesapeake, Va, He was also a highly regarded receiver 
in high school, ranking among the top 20 wideouts by 
Scout.com. 

Offensive Line/Tight End 

One year after this unit was decimated with injuries and 
forced to play some unproven players, the offensive line has 
a chance to be the strength of the team. 




Offensive Linemen 

50 EvanEaslburn OL 6-1 


285 


So. 


SQ 


57 Matthew Harraka 


OL 


6-4 


280 


So. 


SQ 


60 Edwin Williams 


OL 


6-3 


315 


Sr 


3V 


61 Lee Oliver 


OL 


6-1 


310 


Sr. 


SO 


63 R.J Dill 


OL 


6-6 


274 


Fr 


HS 


64 Justin Gilbert 


OL 


6-6 


283 


Fr 


HS 


65 Danny Edwards 


OL 


6-1 


276 


So. 


SQ 


66 Maunce Hampton 


OL 


6-2 


295 


Fr 


RS 


67 Jack Griffin 


OL 


6-6 


308 


Sr. 


3V 


68 ObumAkunyili 


OL 


6-3 


325 


Fr 


RS 
RS 


69 Joe Faiella 


OL 


6-4 


305 


Fr 


70 Lamar Young 


OL 


64 


330 


Fr 


RS 


71 Bearthur Johnson 


OL 


6-6 


350 


Fr 


RS 


71 Paul Pmegar 


OL 


6-4 


275 


So 




72 Phil Costa 


OL 


6-3 


300 


Jr 




73 Stephen St. John 


OL 


6-6 


300 


Fr 


RS 


74 Bruce Campbell 


OL 


6-7 


285 


So 


IV 


75 Dane Randolph 


OL 


6-5 


300 


Sr 


3V 


76 Jaimie Thomas 


OL 


6-4 


330 


Sr 


3V 


77 Scott Burley 


a 


6-5 


335 


Sr 


3V 


78 Andrew Gonnella 


OL 


6-5 


285 


Fr 


RS 


78 Justin Lewis 


OL 


64 


320 


Fr 


HS 


79 Tyler Bowen 


a 


6-6 


322 


Fr 


RS 


79 Kyle Sappinglon 


OL 


6-3 


305 


So 


SO 


Tight End/H-Backs 

1 3 Dan Gronkowski 


255 


Sr. 


2V 


15 DrewGloster 


TE 


64 


240 


So 


1V 


45 Tommy Gait 


TE 


6-5 


26C 


Jr. 


1V 


80 Lansford Watson 


TE 


64 


26: 


Fr. 


RS 


86 Devonte Campbell 


TE 


6-2 


240 


Fr. 


HS 


89 Matt Furstenberg 


TE 


64 




Fr 


HS 





The Terps did lose an All-Amencan in Andrew Crummey. 
who is off to the NFL. but four players with 66 career starts 
are back, as are four others who saw significant action last 
season. 

"We've got quite a few guys who have played and done 
something," Franklin said. "Guys we ve won with. If we could 
just develop some more depth, not just for this year but for 
the future, that would help" 

There are five seniors - LT Scott Burley ^G Jaimie 
Thomas C Edwin Williams RG Jack Griffin anrjRT Dane 
Randolph - among the top six linemen, so getting some of 
the younger guys ready will be critical. 

Williams has the most expenence among this group with 
26 career starts, tops among offensive players. He is among 
the top centers in the ACC and was also placed on the watch 
list for the 2008 Rimmgton Trophy 

Randolph has started 17 games at right tackle and 
stepped in to play some snaps at left tackle last season when 
Burley was saddled with nagging ankle injunes. 

Burley distinguished himself well in his first season as 
a starter. He managed to start 12 games in 2007 despite 
oemg hampered by sprains to both ankles at vanous points 
in the season. He ended up earning all-conference honors 
for his play. 

Thomas started just seven games at left guard, missing 
the second half of the season with a fractured right fibula. He 
was able to return and play in the Emerald Bow). 

Four of the five starting spots look locked up entenng 
the fall. 



Center Edwin Williams is the keystone of an experienced 
group of Terrapin offensive linemen. 





There is still a battle going on for the starting nod at right 
guard, replacing Crummey, who was a three-year starter. 

Griffin and junior Phil Costa will both play, but the ques- 
tion is who opens the game. Both played extensively last 
season and are versatile. 

Costa started one game at right guard for an injured 
Crummey and started the last six contests for Thomas at left 
guard. Costa has also played center in the past. 

Griffin split time at right tackle with Randolph in the early 
portion of 2007 before taking over at right guard for Crum- 
mey after his injury. 

In addition to the veterans, sophomores Bruce Campbell 
and Paul Pinegar played quite a bit last season. Despite 
being a true freshman, Campbell started one game for 
Burley at left tackle. Pinegar also saw time at left tackle 
and left guard last season. He is penciled in as Randolph's 
backup at right tackle. 

Campbell, meanwhile, continued to impress in the spring 
and is competing for a time at left tackle. 

The Terps have a number of linemen who redshirted last 
season including Stephen St. John, Joe Faiella, Lamar 
Young. Tyler Bowen and Bearthur Johnson 

All have skills, but those need to be developed. 

Young is a big, strong interior lineman. He enters the 
fall No. 2 at left guard and could find himself in the mix 
for time. 

St. John is a listed as a reserve at left tackle, behind 
Burley and Campbell, while Faiella is penciled in at right 
guard. 

Johnson is another big-framed player, who is listed as a 
reserve at right tackle. 

Other veterans who are expected to add depth include 
Lee Oliver, Danny Edwards. Evan Eastburn, Matt Harraka 
and Kyle Sappington 

There are also some talented incoming freshmen includ- 
ing R.J. Dill. Justin Gilbert and Justin Lewis 

Dill played in the Big 33 game (Ohio-Pennsylvania) this 
past summer 

Tight end should be in good hands with Dan Gronkowski 
back. He has started 17 career games, including eight last 
season. Gronkowski has been used mostly as a blocker, but 
he has good hands and can run well after the catch. 

"Dan Gronkowski just had a sensational spring," Friedgen. 
"We expect him to be much more involved in the passing 
game this season." 

Junior Tommy Gait will be asked to fill a more substantial 
role this year. He was used as the third tight end in running 
formations last season. 

Redshirt freshman Lansford Watson made a move at 
tight end in the spring. He will battle with Gait for time as 
Gronkowski's backup. 

Sophomore Drew Gloster served as a backup at H-back 
last season and will assume the No. 1 spot in the spring. 

Others expected to vie for time at tight end/H-back include 
Devonte Campbell and Matt Furstenberg. 

Campbell and Furstenberg are true freshmen who entered 
school in January. They both participated in spring practice, 
though Furstenberg was limited with a shoulder injury 



Defense 

Defensive Line 



With the loss of two of the three starters along the defen- 
sive line, the Terps have some holes to fill. 

Dre Moore and Carlos Feliciano combined to start 46 
career games in the interior of the line, so the Terps have to 
replace a pair of talented players. 

Moore went on to become a fourth-round choice of the 
Tampa Bay Buccaneers in last spring's NFL Draft, while 
Feliciano was invited to some off-season camps. 

"We're a little untested up front," Cosh said. "This is 
a group where someone will have to emerge, especially 
inside." 



Defensive Linemen 

40 Jeremy Navarre DL 6-3 


270 


Sr. 


3V 


50 Ricardo Dacosta 


DL 


6-2 


250 


Sr 


SQ 


56 DeeqeGalt 


DL 


6-4 


264 


Jr. 


SO 


57 Jared Harrell 


DL 


6-5 


265 


Jr. 


SQ 


65 Masenqo Kabonqo 


DL 


6-1 


285 


Fr. 


HS 


68 ZachKerr 


DL 


6-3 


310 


Fr. 


HS 


90 Travis Ivey 


DL 


6-4 


325 


Jr. 


IV 


91 Mack Frost 


DL 


6-5 


252 


Sr. 


3V 


92 Dion Armstronq 


DL 


6- 1 


303 


Fr. 


RS 


93 Ian Davidson 


DL 


6-3 


280 


Fr. 


RS 


95 Joe Vellano 


DL 


6-3 


270 


Fr. 


HS 


96 Oluqbemi Otulaja 


DL 


6-0 


285 


Sr. 


1V 


97 Dean Muhtadi 


DL 


6-3 


295 


Sr 


IV 


98 A.J. Francis 


DL 


6-5 


310 


Fr. 


HS 


98 Chris Rhodes 


DL 


6-3 


265 


Fr 


RS 


99 Carl Russell 


DL 


6-6 


270 


Fr. 


HS 





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Senior defensive end Jeremy Navarre is the most 
experienced returnee, having started a team-high 35 career 
games. He is the Terps' active career leader in tackles for 
loss (18.0) and sacks (9.0). 

"Jeremy had a tremendous spring," Friedgen said. "Our 
line had a tough time blocking him." 

Navarre slid inside to tackle in the spring and looks to line 
up there in the fall. Though he has been at end for most of 
his career, he moved inside quite a bit last season. 

Despite missing the spring rehabbing his off-season 
knee surgery, senior Mack Frost is expected to start at 
defensive end. 

Frost played quite a bit last season before injuring his 
knee. 

He spent time at defensive end with Navarre bumping 
inside to tackle, especially on pass-rushing downs. Frost has 
the ability to get around the edge to rush the passer. 

There looks to be a battle brewing at nose tackle. 

Junior Travis Ivey, a good-sized run-stuffer, was atop 
the depth chart at nose tackle in the spring, but senior 
Olugbemi Otulaja and redshirt freshman Dion Armstrong 
have pushed their way to the top heading into the fall. 

Ivey is a veteran who played mostly in goal-line situations 
last season, though he spelled Feliciano and Moore at times. 
Ivey is still expected to see extensive time on the line. 

Otulaja is under-sized, but one of the strongest players on 
the team, while Armstrong has raw. yet-to-be tapped skills. 

Senior Dean Muhtadi and junior Deege Gait look to 
provide some depth on the line. 

Muhtadi saw limited time last season, but was effective 
when he was on the field. He served as Navarre's backup in 



Mack Frost missed most of spring practice 
due to an injury, but he is expected to be 
ready for the fait and couid earn a starting 
spot at defensive end. 




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the spring while Gait and junior Jared Harrell are penciled 
in as reserves at defensive end 

Some ol the youngsters will also get a chance to see 
time 

Joining Armstrong are redshirt freshman Ian Davidson 
and true freshmen Joe Vellano and Carl Russell 

Vellano and Russell signed in 2007, but did not matricu- 
late until the spnng semester 

Russell enters the fall as a backup at defensive end, 
while Vellano, who was injured in the spnng. is expected 
to play tackle 



Defensive Starters 
Returning/Lost... 

Starters Returning (5) 

DE Jeremy Navarre Sr.-3V 6-3,270 

• An AII-ACC candidate, started 35 of the last 37 games: 
35 starts are most on either side of the ball; tied for 2nd 
on team with 5.5 sacks in 2007, moved from end to 
tackle in the spnng. 

LEO Trey Covington Sr.-3V 6-3.240 

• Started 34 of Terps' last 35 games; career-highs of 9 
tackles, including 2 sacks, in 2007 Emerald Bowl. 

L8 Dave Philistm Sr.-3V 6-2,231 

• A member of the watch list for the Nagurski Trophy and 
preseason AII-ACC selection: started all 13 games in 
2007 at MLB; 157 career tackles are tops for returnees; 
ranked 4th m ACC and 2nd on team with 124 tackles 

LB MoiseFokou Sr.-2V 6-2,225 

• Former walk-on who had breakout season in 2007 with 
84 tackles; special-teams standout who led Terps with 1 7 
stops in coverage. 

CB Kevin Barnes Sr.-3V 6-1,188 

• An AII-ACC candidate who enters spnng as No. 1 comer: 
led Terps with four interceptions as a junior, 2nd on team 
with nine pass breakups. 



Starters Lost (6) 

DT Ore Moore Sr.-4V 64.311 

• First team AII-ACC as a senior; 2nd on team with 8.5 
tackles for loss and led Terps with six sacks; 105 career 
sacks; ranked among top NFL Draft prospects at DT 

DT Carlos Feliciano Sr.-4V 6-5.315 

• Played in 41 career games, including 20 starts; finished 
with 42 tackles as a senior. 

LB Erin Henderson Jr.-2V 6-3.236 

• One of the top linebackers in the nation who was a 
Butkus Award semifinalist as a junior led the ACC and 
ranked ninth in the nation in tackles per game ( 1 1 .08); a 
third team Ail-American and first team AII-ACC selection 
by Rivals.com. 

CB Isaiah Gardner Sr.-3V 5-11,197 

• Started his final 27 games at comerback: tallied over 
130 tackles as a junior and senior. 

SS Christian Vamer Sr.-4V 5-11,205 

• Played in all 48 games over his final four years: his 35 
consecutive starts were the most on the team; had 165 
area tad e? 

FS J.J. Justice Sr.-4V 6-2.222 

• Played in even/ aame since the start of his freshman 
year (2004); fourtnon the team in tackles (76) last year, 

~:s: among fefens k backs 



Senior Trey Covington is manning the LEO position. 
a hybrid defensive end/linebacker spot, for the fourth-con- 
secutive year Covington provides a veteran presence and 
a pass rusher off the edge. He played very well in last year's 
Emerald Bowl, posting nine tackles, including a career-high 
two sacks 

"Covington and Navarre could be a force in the pass 
rush," Fnedgen. "Trey is playing his best football. He had a 
very good spring 

Covington will be backed up by senior Rick Costa and 
redshirt freshman Derek Drummond 

"Drummond is a big, long guy," Cosh said "We're hoping 
he can help us at this spot," 

Costa has been plagued by injuries in his career, but has 
shown an ability to rush the passer, so he'll open fall camp at 
LEO. though he could easily move back to linebacker. 

Defensive line could be a spot where some true freshmen 
could push for time. 

The newcomers arnving in the fall include A.J. Francis 
Masengo Kabongo and Zach Kerr 

Francis and Kerr are big. highly-touted local players, while 
Kabongo was one of the top-rated tackles in the country as 
a high school senior. 

Linebacker 

The linebacker unit has a chance to be one of the deepest 
and most talented groups in the ACC even though it lost one 
of the most productive linebackers in school history. 

Erin Henderson led the team in tackles the last two 
seasons from his Will linebacker spot. He was a two-time 
AII-ACC choice, semifinalist for the 2007 Butkus Award 
and 2007 All-Amencan. He followed in the footsteps of his 
brother. E.J. who was a two-time All-Amencan and winner 
of the Butkus Award. Both are now members of the Min- 
nesota Vikings. 



Linebackers 

19 FemiAk;nwnde 


LB 


6-2 


200 


Jr. 


SQ 


27 Dominique Herald 


LB 


5-11 


190 


So 


1V 


33 AlexWujciak 


LB 


6-3 


255 


So 


SQ 


34 Dave Philistin 


LB 


6-2 


231 


Sr. 


3V 


41 Aaron Ball 


LB 


6-0 


224 


Sr. 


SQ 


42 Ben Pooler 


LB 


6-2 


230 


Fr. 


RS 


43 Rick Costa 


LB 


6-1 


225 


Sr 


2V 


44 Chase Bullock 


LB 


6-3 


234 


Sr 


1V 


~ ; Alex Schultz 


LB 


6-1 


235 


Sr. 


SQ 


46 Hakeem Sule 


LB 


5-11 


210 


Jr. 


SQ 


47 Jeff Clement 


LB 


6-2 


239 


Jr. 


1V 


48 MoiseFokou 


LB 


6-2 


225 


Sr. 


2V 


53 Eleven Edet 


LB 


6-1 




Fr. 


HS 


53 Stephen Harqett 


LB 


6-0 


244 


So. 


SQ 


; - Adrian Moten 


LB 


6-2 




So. 


1V 


55 Trey Covtnqton 


LB 


6-3 


240 


Sr. 


3V 


58 Derek Drummond 


LB 


6-3 


232 


Fr. 


RS 


59 Demetnus Hartsfield 


LB 


6-1 


225 


Fr. 


HS 





However, there are five linebackers on the roster with 
extensive playing experience. 

Seniors Dave Philistin and Moise Fokou were two of 
the top linebackers in the ACC last season when they started 



all 13 games In addition Adrian Moten was one of the top 
freshman defenders in the league a year ago 

Philistin ranked fourth in the ACC in tackles (9.5 pg) as 
the Mike linebacker and Fokou was 20th (6.4 pg) from his 
Sam LB position Moten, who played all three linebacker 
positions, tied for the team lead in sacks (5,5) and tallied 
50 tackles despite not starting a game. 

However, off-season surgery to Philistin. Fokou and Rick 
Costa kept them out of spnng practice. All are expected to be 
healthy for fall camp. Costa, however, is expected to open the 
preseason at LEO, though could also still play linebacker. 

With that tno out, others had a chance to shine 

After an injury-plagued 2007, senior Chase Bullock 
opened the spnng No. 1 on the depth chart at Will linebacker 
Bullock was near the top of the depth chart at Mike LB enter- 
ing last season, but hurt both his ankles early in the year and 
played sparingly the rest of the way 

He took advantage of his opportunity in the spnng, leading 
the team in tackles He opens the fall atop the depth chart 
at Will, along with Philistin. 

Fokou and Moten look to battle it out for the Sam 
linebacker spot. 

Moten opened the spnng No. 1 on the depth chart at Sam 
linebacker with Fokou's injury. 

Those two will be backed up by Dominique Herald and 
Femi Akinwande both of whom were moved from safety 
to linebacker in the spnng. 

"Dominique is a little undersized, but we're trying to get 
some more speed on the field." Cosh said. 

The long awaited debut of sophomore Alex Wujciak may 
not be far off. He enters the fall No. 1 on the depth chart at 
Mike linebacker. Last summer Wujciak looked like a player 
who was going to be an integral part of the defense. But a 
knee injury near the end of preseason camp derailed his 
year before it even got started. 

The Terps hope Wujciak can be a force in the run 
game. Despite his size, he has the ability to track down 
ballcarriers. 

"Alex is a guy who can affect tempo and effort." Cosh said. 
"He likes to play the game and that's infectious." 

Redshirt freshman Ben Pooler, who nearly played 
last season, and senior Alex Schulz are the backups to 
Wujciak. 

Freshman Demetrious Hartsfield and junior Hakeem 
Sule are the backups to Philistin and Bullock at Will. 

Hartsfield was one of six true freshman who enrolled in 
January, He has the speed to be a factor on the outside or 
on special teams. 

Another true freshman. Eteyen Edet. will join this group 
for fall camp. He burst onto the national recruiting scene 
last year 

"We think our linebackers will give us some toughness on 
defense." Cosh said. "We also need to find some leaders on 
defense and hopefully there are a few guys from this group 
we can look to." 



Secondary 



The Terps spent the spring looking at options in the 
secondary where they have to replace three starters. 




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Defensive Backs 

1 Terrell Skinner DB 


6-3 


214 


Jr. 2V 


2 Kevin Barnes 


DB 


6-1 


188 


Sr.3V 


4 Jamari McCollouqh 


DB 


5-11 


195 


Jr.SQ 


6 Anthony Wiseman 


DB 


5-10 


185 


Jr 2V 


9 Richard Taylor 


DB 


5-11 


193 


Sr.2V 


14 Nolan Carroll 


DB 


6-1 


202 


Jr.2V 


18 Austin Walker 


DB 


6-0 


185 


FrRS 


20 Antwine Perez 


DB 


6-1 


200 


So.TR 


21 Trenton Huqhes 


DB 


5-11 


175 


Fr.RS 


22 Drew Robinson 


DB 


5-10 


197 


Sr.1V 


24 Arnold Davies 


DB 


6-0 


195 


Sr.SQ 


26 Michael Carter 


DB 


5-11 


175 


So RS 


29 Jeff Allen 


DB 


6-1 


190 


Sr.3V 


32 Brandon Jackson-Mills 


DB 


5-11 


160 


So.SQ 


37 Cameron Chism 


DB 


6-0 


185 


FrHS 





Senior cornerback Kevin Barnes, who had a team-high 
four interceptions and ranked tied for fifth in the ACC in 
passes defended, is the lone returning starter with the 
departure of CB Isaiah Gardner, FS J.J, Justice and SS 
Christian Varner. 

Barnes and juniors Anthony Wiseman and Nolan Car- 
roll battled it out in the spring for the starting roles and that 
should continue into the fall. 

"Nolan established himself this spring and Wiseman is 
battling Barnes for a starting spot," Friedgen said. 

All three will see significant time. 

Wiseman was the third corner for most of last season, 
though Carroll saw extended time later in the year at corner- 
back. Both have good speed and athleticism. 

Senior Richard Taylor is No. 2 on the depth chart 
behind Carroll. Taylor was in the mix for a starting spot last 
season before injuring his knee in the spring and never 
getting on the field in the fall. He is healthy for the first time 
in over a year. 

Others who will vie for time at corner include Michael 
Carter, Trenton Hughes and Brandon Jackson-Mills 

Carter has had a solid off-season and is expected to 
increase the competition level at cornerback, 
Hughes and Jackson-Mills are young, 
athletic players who will add depth at 
corner and on special teams. 

The safety spots will have two new 
starters. 

Senior Jeff Allen is penciled in as 
the No. 1 strong safety and junior Terrell 
Skinner appears to be in a battle with 
sophomore Antwine Perez for the starting 
free safety slot. 

Allen and Skinner saw time in the defensive back- 
field last season, but most of their action has come on 
special teams. 

Allen is a sure tackier, while Skinner is a big, athletic 
former wide receiver. 

"Skinner got better and better last season," Cosh 
said. 

Perez sat out last season after transferring from 
USC, but the Terps hope he can find his way into 
the mix. 

"Perez showed he was physical on the scout team 
last season and demonstrated a willingness to hit," 
Cosh said. 



Senior Drew Robinson and junior Jamari McCollough, 

both of whom saw time on special teams last season, enter 
the fall as Allen's backup. 

Redshirt freshman Austin Walker, who was impressive 
on the scout team last season, adds depth at safety. 

Special Teams 

The specialists return nearly a full complement, although 
there will still be competition at spots. 

The unit has a new field general as Danny Pearman 
is the new special teams coordinator, taking over for Ray 
Rychleski, who had guided the group the last seven years. 

Pearman will certainly place his stamp on a special 
teams unit which has been among the best in the ACC 
since Friedgen's arrival in 2001, 

"Danny comes into a good situation, but I like what I saw 
from that unit in the spring," Friedgen said. "He's a very 
hard worker and has the right temperament for the position. 
I think the kids have really taken to him." 



Specialists 

11 David May 


PK 


5-11 


196 


Sr. 


SQ 


26 Mike Barbour 


PK 


5-10 


165 


Fr 


RS 


31 Andrew Schmitt 


LS 


6-0 


236 


Sr 


3V 


32 Nick Wallace 


PK 


5-9 


195 


So. 


TR 


33 Brett Weiss 


PK 


5-10 


165 


Fr. 


RS 


35 Travis Baltz 


P/PK 


6-2 


200 


So. 


1V 


37 Ted Townsley 


P 


6-0 


190 


So 


TR 


39 Obi Eqekeze 


PK 


6-2 


210 


Sr 


2V 


59 Tim Downs 


LS 


6-0 


24S 


Fr. 


RS 






Senior Obi Egekeze and sophomore Travis Baltz form 
one of the top kicking tandems in the ACC, while senior 
Danny Oquendo is in his third season as the punt returner 
and Da'Rel Scott is back to return kicks. 

Egekeze had a solid junior season, his first as the 
starting place-kicker. He made nearly 75 percent of his 
kicks and was almost perfect in ACC play, nailing 13 of his 
14 attempts, the best mark in the league. 

"Obi had a really solid spring, but just struggled some in 
the spring game," Friedgen said. 

Baltz, a freshman All-America choice, distinguished 
himself well last season, averaging 40.9 yards per punt 
which was seventh in the ACC. He also performed better 
in league play, averaging 43.1 yards per punt, the second- 
best mark in the ACC. 

Baltz held off a charge from Ted Townsley in the spring. 
The sophomore transfer kicked well in a couple of spring 
scrimmages, but Baltz was sharp throughout the five 
weeks of practice. 

Oquendo has been a solid and steady contributor as 
the punt returner. He'll most likely slide back into that spot 
in the fall, though Anthony Wiseman saw time there last 
season after Oquendo missed the last four games with a 
knee injury. 

Redshirt freshmen Ronnie Tyler and Torrey Smith are 
also candidates to see time at punt returns. 

Scott, a 2007 freshman AII-ACC pick, showed play- 
making ability returning kicks last season. He nearly broke 
a couple for scores and had a 60-yarder vs. Florida State. 
His 566 return yards were the most ever for a Maryland 
freshman. He is expected to see extensive time at tailback, 
so whether Scott remains the returner is up in the air. 

Wiseman, Trenton Hughes and Richard Taylor are 
also candidates for the kickoff return job. 

The Terps will have to replace holder Matt Goldberg and 
short-snapper (FGs/PATs) Brendan McDermond, both of 
whom graduated. 

Baltz served as the holder in the spring and looks like he 
will have the job in the fall. 

Senior Andrew Schmitt returns as the team's long- 
snapper (punts). Schmitt has snapped the last three 
seasons and Baltz is just the team's third punter in the last 
nine years. 

Schmitt will also handle the snaps for the FG/PAT 
team. 

The Terps have not had a punt blocked since the 

1999 season, 

Redshirt freshman Tim Downs will serve as 
Schmitt's backup. 

Senior David May, who never played high school 
football, enters the fall with a shot at kickoff duties 
He's also a reserve place-kicker. 

Brett Weiss and Nick Wallace will join May 
in a battle for the backup place-kicker spot in the 
fall. Weiss is also a member of the Maryland 
lacrosse team. 



Obi Egekeze proved to be a solid 
performer for the Terps last season, 
making 13-of-U field goal attempts in 
ACC play, the best mark in the league. 



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Preseason Depth Chart 



Z Offense 



Defense 



■ft 


WR-X 


84 


Isaiah Williams 
Torrey Smith 


6-3 


200 


Sr.-3V 


DE 


91 


Mack Frost 


6-5 


252 


Sr.-3V 


•^ 




82 


6-1 


200 


Fr-RS 




56 


Deege Gait 


6-4 


264 


Jr-SQ 


• 


3 


LaQuan Williams 


6-1 


180 


So.-IV 


or 


57 


Jared Harrell 


6-5 


265 


Jr-SQ 


3 




7 


Adrian Cannon 


6-2 


204 


So-1V 




99 


Carl Russell 


6-6 


270 


Fr.-HS 


LT 
LG 


77 


Scott Burley 


6-5 


335 


Sr,3V 


NT 


9b 


Olugbemi Otulaja 


6-0 


285 


Sr.-1V 


^ , , 


74 
73 
76 


Bruce Campbell 
Stephen St John 


6-7 
6-6 


285 
300 


So-1V 
Fr-RS 


or 


92 


Dion Armstrong 


6-1 


303 


Fr-RS 


— 




90 


Travis Ivey 


6-4 


325 


Jr.-1V 


3 


Jaimie Thomas 


6-4 


330 


Sr.-3V 


DT 


40 


Jeremy Navarre 


6-3 


270 


Sr,3V 




70 


Lamar Young 


6-4 


330 


Fr-RS 




97 


Dean Muhtadi 


6-3 


295 


Sr,1V 


«. 




61 


Lee Oliver 


6-1 


310 


Sr-SQ 




93 


Ian Davidson 


6-2 


280 


Fr-RS 


•i 


C 


60 


Edwin Williams 


6-3 


315 


Sr,3V 




9b 


Joe Vellano 


6-3 


270 


Fr-HS 


* 


65 


Danny Edwards 


6-1 


276 


So-SQ 


LEO 


55 


Trey Covington 


6-3 


240 


Sr,3V 


•i 




50 


Evan Eastburn 


6-1 


285 


So.-SQ 




43 


Rick Costa 


6-1 


225 


Sr-2V 






66 


Maurice Hampton 


6-2 


295 


Fr-RS 




58 


Derek Drummond 


6-3 


232 


Fr-RS 


„ 


RG 


72 


Phil Costa 


6-3 


300 


Jr.-1V 




50 


Ricardo Dacosta 


6-2 


250 


Sr,SQ 


» 


or 


67 


Jack Griffin 


6-6 


308 


Sr.-3V 


SAM 


48 


Moise Fokou 


6-2 


225 


Sr-2V 


* 




57 


Matt Harraka 


6-4 


280 


So.-SQ 


or 


54 


Adrian Moten 


6-2 


221 


So.-1V 


2 




69 


Joe Faiella 


6-4 


305 


Fr-RS 




27 


Dominique Herald 


5-11 


190 


Fr.-RS 


^ 


RT 


75 


Dane Randolph 


6-5 


300 


Sr.-3V 




41 


Aaron Ball 


6-0 


224 


Sr-SQ 


-^ 




71 


Paul Pmegar 


6-4 


275 


SO.-1V 




19 


Femi Akinwande 


6-2 


200 


Jr-SQ 


^ 




79 


Kyle Sappmgton 


6-3 


305 


So.-SQ 


MIKE 


33 


Alex Wujciak 


6-3 


255 


So.-SQ 


•^ 




71 


Bearthur Johnson 


6-6 


350 


Fr-RS 




42 


Ben Pooler 


6-2 


230 


Fr.-RS 




TE 


13 


Dan Gronkowski 


6-6 


255 


Sr,2V 


or 


45 


Alex Schultz 


6-1 


235 


Sr-SQ 







45 


Tommy Gait 


6-5 


260 


Jr.-1V 


WILL 


34 


Dave Philistin 


6-2 


231 


Sr,3V 


or 


80 


Lansford Watson 


6-4 


250 


Fr-RS 


or 


44 


Chase Bullock 


6-2 


234 


Sr,1V 





QB 


10 


Chris Turner 


6-4 


210 


Jr.-1V 




59 


Demetrius Hartsfield 


6-1 


225 


Fr-HS 




19 


Jordan Steffy 


6-1 


209 


Sr.-3V 




46 


Hakeem Sule 


5-11 


210 


Jr-SQ 







12 


Josh Portis 


6-4 


210 


Jr-SQ 


CB 


14 


Nolan Carroll 


6-1 


202 


Jr.-2V 


^ 




11 


Jamarr Robinson 


6-0 


190 


Fr-RS 




9 


Richard Taylor 


5-11 


193 


Sr.-2V 


V 


TB 


23 


Da'Rel Scott 


5-11 


192 


So.-1V 




21 


Trenton Hughes 


5-11 


175 


Fr-RS 







or 


5 


Morgan Green 


5-11 


215 


So.-SQ 


FS 


1 


Terrell Skinner 


6-3 


214 


Jr.-2V 




16 


Rashad Henry 


5-9 


185 


Sr SO 


or 


20 


Antwine Perez 


6-1 


200 


So.-TR 


or 


82 


Dan Bonato 


5-8 


182 


So,SQ 




18 


Austin '.Va>e r 


6-0 


135 


Fr.-RS 


t 


FB 


38 


Cory Jackson 


6-1 


245 


Jr.-2V 


SS 


29 


Jeff Allen 


6-1 


190 


Sr,3V 




30 


Haroon Brown 
Taylor Watson 


5- ii] 
6-2 


257 

235 


So.-1V 

Fr-RS 




22 


Drew Robinson 


5-10 


197 


Sr.-1V 


* 




36 




4 


Jaman McCollough 


5-11 


195 


.--so 




WR-Z 


8 


Darrius Heyward-Bey 


6-3 


206 


Jr-2V 


CB 


2 


Kevin Barnes 


6-1 


188 


Sr.-3V 






83 


Emani Lee-Odai 


6-2 


200 


So.-IV 




6 


Anthony Wiseman 


5-10 


185 


Jr-2V 


* 




88 


Quinton McCree 


6-2 


185 


Fr-RS 




26 
32 


Michael Carter 
Brandon Jackson-Mills 


5-11 
5-11 


175 
160 


Fr-RS 


1 




85 
25 


Tony Logan 
Kevin Dorsey 


5-10 

6-2 


180 

195 


Fr-RS 
Fr.-HS 


So-SO 




WR-Y 


17 


Danny Oquendo 


6-0 


190 


Sr.-3V 




_. 




24 


Ronnie Tyler 


5-10 


190 


Fr.RS 




■k 


H 


15 


Drew Gloster 


6-4 


240 


So.-1V 




"*■ 




86 


Devonte Campbell 


6-2 


240 


Fr.-HS 




A 




89 


Matt Furstenberg 


6-4 


230 


Fr-HS 




















* 


Specialists 

PK 39 Obi Egekeze 


6-2 


210 


Sr.-2V 


PR 


17 


Danny Oquendo 


64 


190 


Sr.-3V 


5 

5 


KO 


11 

32 
33 
11 


David May 
Nick Wallace 
Brett Weiss 
David May 


5-9 
5-10 

5-11 


196 
195 
165 

196 


Sr-SQ 
So.-TR 
Fr.-RS 
Sr-SQ 


KR 
H 


82 

23 

6 

35 


Torrey Smith 
Da'Rel Scott 
Anthony Wiseman 

Travis Baltz 


6-1 

5.1! 

5-10 
6-2 


200 
192 
185 

200 


Fr.-RS 

So,1V 

Jr.-2V 

So.-1V 


* 




39 


Obi Egekeze 


6-2 


210 


3r.-2 




13 


Dan Gronkowski 


6-6 


255 


:-■:. 




P 


35 
32 

35 
37 


Travis Baltz 
Nick Wallace 
Travis Baltz 


6-2 
5-9 
6-2 
6-0 


200 
195 
200 
184 


So.-IV 
So.-TR 
So.-1V 
So.-TR 


LS 


31 

59 


Andrew Schm;tt 
Tim Downs 


6-0 
6-0 


236 

245 


Sr-3V 

-'-RS 


* 


SS 


31 
59 


Andrew Schmitt 
Tim Downs 


64 

64 


236 
245 


Sr.-3V 
Fr.-RS 



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Alphabetical Roster 



No. 


Name 


Pos. 


Ht 


Wt 


CI. 


Exp 


Hometown (High School/Last School) 


19(d) 


Femi Akinwande 


LB 


6-2 


200 


Jr. 


SQ 


Laurel, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 


68(d) 


Obum Akunyili 


OL 


6-3 


325 


Fr. 


RS 


Charlottesville. Va. (St. Anne's Bellfield School) 


29 


Jeff Allen 


DB 


6-1 


190 


Sr. 


3V 


Woodbndge. Va (DeMatha HS) 


92 


Dion Armstronq 


DL 


6-1 


303 


Fr. 


RS 


Fort Valley, Ga (Peach County HS) 


41(d) 


Aaron Ball 


LB 


6-0 


224 


Sr. 


SQ 


Owmqs Mills, Md, (Baltimore Polytechnic HS/Bowie State) 


35(d) 


Travis Baltz 


P/PK 


6-2 


200 


So. 


1V 


Whitehouse, Ohio (Anthony Wayne HS) 


26(d) 


Mike Barbour 


PK 


5-10 


165 


Fr. 


RS 


Upper Brookville, N.Y. (St. Anthony's HS) 


2 


Kevin Barnes 


DB 


6-1 


188 


Sr. 


3V 


Glen Burnie, Md. (Old Mill HS) 


16(d) 


Tyler Bass 


OB 


6-3 


220 


Fr. 


HS 


Atlanta, Ga. (Stockbridqe HS) 


82(d) 


Dan Bonato 


RB 


5-8 


182 


So. 


SQ 


Woodbine N J (Ocean City HS) 


79(d) 


Tyler Bowen 


OL 


6-6 


322 


Fr. 


RS 


Helena, Ga. (Telfair County HS) 


87 


Kerry Boykins 


WR 


6-1 


200 


Fr. 


HS 


Chesapeake, Va (Oscar Frommel Smith HS) 


30(d) 


Haroon Brown 


RB 


5-10 


257 


So. 


1V 


Hampton, Va. (Phoebus HS) 


44 


Chase Bullock 


LB 


6-3 


234 


Sr. 


1V 


Durham, N.C. (Northern HS) 


77 


Scott Burley 


OL 


6-5 


335 


Sr. 


3V 


Baltimore, Md (Woodlawn Senior HS) 


74 


Bruce Campbell 


OL 


6-7 


285 


So 


1V 


Hamden, Conn. (Hyde Leadership School/Harqrave Military Academy) 


86 


Devonte Campbell 


TE 


6-2 


240 


Fr. 


HS 


Forestville, Md. (Forestville HS/Harqrave Military Academy) 


7 


Adrian Cannon 


WR 


6-2 


204 


So. 


1V 


Pontiac, Mich. (Avondale HS) 


14 


Nolan Carroll 


DB 


6-1 


202 


Jr. 


2V 


Green Cove Springs, Fla. (Clay HS) 


26(d) 


Michael Carter 


DB 


5-11 


175 


So. 


RS 


Windsor, Ontario (Sandwich Secondary School/Erie Community Colleqe) 


37(d) 


Cameron Chism 


DB 


6-0 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


Forestville, Md. (Bishop McNamara HS) 


47 


Jeff Clement 


LB 


6-2 


239 


Jr. 


1V 


Westville NJ Deptford HS) 


72 


Phil Costa 


OL 


6-3 


300 


Jr. 


1V 


Moorestown, N.J. (Holy Cross HS) 


43 


Rick Costa 


LB 


6-1 


225 


Sr. 


2V 


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


55 


Trey Covinqton 


LB 


6-3 


240 


Sr 


3V 


Bowie, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 


50(d) 


Ricardo Dacosta 


DL 


6-2 


250 


Sr. 


SQ 


Bronx, N.Y. (DeWitt Clinton HS/Erie Community Colleqe) 


93 


Ian Davidson 


DL 


6-3 


280 


Fr. 


RS 


Alexandria, Va. (St. Stephens & St. Aqnes HS) 


63 


R.J. Dill 


OL 


6-6 


274 


Fr. 


HS 


Camp Hill, Pa. (Trinity HS) 


25 


Kevin Dorsey 


WR 


6-2 


195 


Fr. 


HS 


Forestville, Md. (Forestville HS) 


49 


Gary Douqlas 


RB 


5-11 


179 


Fr. 


HS 


Durham, N.C. (Hillside HS) 


59(d) 


Tim Downs 


LS 


6-0 


245 


Fr. 


RS 


Derry, Pa. (Derry HS) 


27(d) 


Webb Dulin 


WR 


5-8 


165 


Fr. 


RS 


Easton, Md. (Easton HS) 


58 


Derek Drummond 


LB 


6-3 


232 


Fr. 


RS 


Pomfrel Md (McDonough HSJ 


50(d) 


Evan Eastburn 


OL 


6-1 


285 


So. 


SO 


Boulder, Colo. (Fairview HS) 


53(d) 


Eteyen Edet 


LB 


6-1 


235 


Fr. 


HS 


Fort Washinqton, Md. (Friendly Senior HS) 


65(d) 


Danny Edwards 


OL 


6-1 


276 


So. 


SQ 


Frederick. Md (Tuscarora HS) 


39 


Obi Eqekeze 


PK 


6-2 


210 


Sr 


2V 


Auqusta, Ga (Westside HS) 


69 


JoeFaiella 


OL 


6-4 


305 


Fr. 


RS 


Freehold, N.J. (Freehold Township HS) 


48 


Moise Fokou 


LB 


6-2 


225 


Sr. 


2V 


Rockville, Md. (The Bullis School/Frostburg State) 


98(d) 


A.J. Francis 


DL 


6-5 


310 


Fr. 


HS 


Severn, Md. (Gonzaqa Colleqe [D.C.] HS) 


91 


Mack Frost 


DL 


6-5 


252 


Sr. 


3V 


Columbia, S.C. (Spring Valley HS) 


89 


Matt Furstenberq 


TE 


64 


230 


Fr. 


HS 


Fleminqton, N.J. (Hunterdon Central Reqional HS/The Hun School) 


56 


Deeqe Gait 


DL 


64 


264 


Jr. 


SQ 


Silver Sprinq, Md. (Good Counsel HS) 


45(d) 


Tommy Gait 


TE 


6-5 


260 


Jr. 


1V 


Silver Sprinq, Md. (Good Counsel HS) 


64 


Justin Gilbert 


OL 


6-6 


283 


Fr. 


HS 


Richmond, Va. (Monacan HS) 


15 


Drew Gloster 


TE 


64 


240 


So. 


1V 


Germantown, Md (Good Counsel HS) 


78 id i 


Andrew Gonnella 


OL 


6-5 


285 


Fr. 


RS 


Monroe. NY (Monroe-Woodberry HS) 


5(d) 


Morqan Green 


RB 


c >-!1 


215 


So. 


SO 


White Plains, Md (Lackey HS/Hargrave Military Academy) 


67 


Jack Griffin 


OL 


6-6 


308 


Sr 


3V 


Enfield. Conn (Enfield HS) 


13 


Dan Gronkowski 


TE 


6-6 


255 


Sr. 


2V 


Amherst, N.Y. (Williamsville North HS) 


fi6 


Maurice Hampton 


OL 


6-2 


295 


Fr. 


RS 


Hampton, Va. (Phoebus HSi 


53(d) 


Stephen Harqett 


LB 


6-0 


250 


So. 


SQ 


Los Angeles, Calif. (Loyola HS) 


57, d, 


Matthew Harraka 


OL 


64 


280 


So. 


SQ 


Ijamsville, Md (St. John's Catholic Prep) 


57(d) 


Jared Harrell 


DL 


6-6 


265 


Jr. 


SQ 


Milton, Mass. (Tabor Academy) 


59(d) 


Demetrius Hartsfield 


LB 


6-1 


225 


Fr. 


HS 


Raleigh, N.C. (Southeast Regional HS) 


16(d) 


Rashad Henry 


RB 


5-9 


185 


Sr. 


SQ 


Mitchellville, Md. (Flowers HS/Bowie State) 


27(d) 


Dominique Herald 


LB 


5-11 


190 


So. 


IV 


Newark, N.J. (The Pennington School) 


8 


Darnus Heyward-Bey 


WR 


6-3 


206 


Jr. 


2V 


Silver Spring, Md. (McDonogh School) 


21 


Trenton Hughes 


DB 


5-11 


175 


Fr. 


RS 


Virginia Beach, Va. (Kempsville HS) 


90 


Travis Ivey 


DL 


6-4 


325 


Jr. 


1V 


Riverdale, Md. (Riverdale Baptist HS) 


38 


CoryJackson 


RB 


6-1 


246 


Jr. 


2V 


Morgantown, W.Va (University HS) 


32 Id, 


Brandon Jackson-Mills 


DB 


5-11 


160 


So 


SQ 


Germantown, Md (Northwest HS) 


71 


Bearthur Johnson 


OL 


6-6 


161) 


Fr. 


RS 


Hoboken,N.J.(HobokenHSi 


65 Id, 


Masengo Kabongo 


DL 


6-1 


285 


Fr. 


HS 


Stratford, Conn. (Fairfield College Prep) 


68ld, 


Zach Kerr 


DL 


6-3 


310 


Fr. 


HS 


Gaithersburg, Md. (Quince Orchard HS) 


! ! 


Paul Lariviere 


RB 


6-0 


246 


Fr. 


RS 


Brooklyn, N.Y. (Brooklyn Technical HS) 



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4 

88 

41(d) 
54 
97 
40 
61 
17 
96 
20 

m 46(d) 

** 34 

• 42 

75 

• 98(d) 
Z 22 
~ 11 id) 



3 
3 



Z 



5 



Name 

Emani Lee-Odai 
Justin Lews 
Tony Logan 
David May 
Jaman McCollough 
Ouinlon McCree 
Davin Meggetl 
Adnan Molen 
Dean Muhladi 
Jeremy Navarre 
Lee Oliver 
Danny Oquendo 
Olugbemi Otulaja 
Anlwine Perez 
Sieve Pfister 
Dave Philislm 
Paul Pinegar 
Ben Pooler 
Josh Portis 
Dane Randolph 
Chns Rhodes 
Drew Robinson 
Jamarr Robinson 



mm 

Pos 

WR 

OL 

WR 

PK 

DB 

WR 

RB 

LB 

DL 

DL 

OL 

WR 

DL 

DB 

RB 

LB 

OL 

LB 

OB 

OL 

DL 

in; 

OF 



» ""* " ' " ■ " ■ ■' 



HI 


Wt 


CI. 


Exp. 


6-2 
64 


200 
320 
180 


So 
Fr 


IV 

HS 


5-10 


Fr 


RS 


5-11 


196 


Sr 


SO 


5-11 


195 


Jr 


SO 


6-2 


185 


Fr. 


RS 


5-8 


210 


Fr 


HS 


6-2 


221 


So 


IV 


6-3 


295 


Sr 


IV 


6-3 


270 


Sr, 


3V 


6-1 


310 


Sr 


SO 


6-0 


190 


Sr 


3V 


6-0 


285 


Sr. 


IV 


6-1 


200 


So 


TR 



Hometown (High School/Last School) 

Washington. D C (Anacostia HSi 

Johnsonville, S C. (Johnsonville HS) 

Piscataway. N.J (Piscataway HS) 

Rockville, Md. (Charles E. Smith Day School) 

Baltimore, Md. (Randallstown HS) 

Brandywme. Md. (Gwynn Park HS/Hargrave Military Academy) 

Clinton, Md (Surrattsville, HS) 

Suilland. Md (Gwynn Park HS) 

Alexandna. Va. (TC Williams HS/Chnstopher Newport Univ.) 

Joppatowne, Md. (Joppatowne HS) 



RB 


6-2 


234 


Jr 


LB 


6-2 


231 


Sr 


OL 


64 


275 


So 


LB 


6-2 


230 


Fr. 



64 

6-5 

6-3 

5-10 

6-0 



210 



IV 

3V 
IV 
RS 
SO 



Germantown, Md. (Northwestern HS) 
Hackensack. N J. (Hackensack HS) 
Freeport, NY. (Freeport HS/MansI) 
Westville Grove, N J (Woodrow Wilson HS/USC) 
Columbia. Md. (Mount St Joseph HS) 
Manchester. N.H (Manchester Central HS) 
Brookeville. Md. (Sherwood HS) 
Mornstown, N.J (Lawrenceville School) 



300 
265 
197 
190 



Sr 
Fr 
Sr 
Fr. 



3V 
RS 
IV 

RS 



Woodland Hills, Calif. (W.H. Taft HS/Flonda) 
Columbia. Md. (Wilde Lake HS) 
Columbia. Md. (River Hill HS i 
Germantown, Md. (Watkins Mill HS/Bowie State) 
Charlotte, N.C. (Myers Park School) 



99 


Carl Russell 


DL 


6-6 


270 


Fr 


HS 


Washington, DC (H D Woodson HS) 


79(d) 


Kyle Sappington 


OL 


6-3 


305 


So 


SO 


Phoenix, Md. (Stephen Decatur HS) 


31 


Andrew Schmitt 


LS 


6-0 


236 


Sr 


3V 


Derry. Pa (Derry Area HS) 


45(d) 


Alex Schultz 


LB 


6-1 


235 


Sr 


SQ 


Gretna. La (DeLaSalle HS/Towson) 


. 


Da'Rel Scott 


RB 


5-11 


192 


So. 


1V 


Conshohocken. Pa (Plymouth-Whitemarsh HS) 


1 


Terrell Skinner 


DB 


6-3 


214 


Jr 


2V 


St. Petersburg, Fla (Boca Ciega HS) 


82 


Torrey Smith 


WR 


6-1 


200 


Fr 


RS 


Fredericksburg, Va (Stafford HSi 




Stephen St John 


OL 


6-6 


300 


Fr 


RS 


Columbia, SC. (Dutch Fork HS 




Jordan Sleffy 


QB 


6-1 


209 


Sr 


3V 


Leola, Pa (Conestoga Valley HS 


■ 


Hakeem Sule 


LB 


5-11 


210 


Jr. 


SO 


Baltimore, Md. (McDonoqh HS) 


18(d) 


Kenny Tate 


WR 


64 


215 


Fr. 


HS 


Forestville. Md. (DeMaihaHSi 


9 


Richard Taylor 


DB 


5-11 


193 


Sr. 


2V 


Centrevilie Va iCentreville HS; 


76 


Jaimie Thomas 


OL 


64 


330 


Sr. 


3V 


Hamsburg, Pa (Bishop McDevitt HS 




Ted Townsley 


P 


6-0 


190 


So 


TR 


Portsmouth. Va. (Churchland HS/Louisburq Colleqe) 


10 


Chns Turner 


QB 


64 


210 


Jr. 


IV 


Simi Valley. Calif iChammadeHS, 




Ronnie Tyler 


WR 


5-10 


190 


Fr 


RS 


Wagener, SC i Wagener HS'Hargrave Military Aca: 


95 


Joe Vellano 


DL 


6-3 


270 


Fr 


HS 


Rexford. N Y (Christian Brothers Academy) 


18(d) 


Austin Walker 


DB 


6-0 


185 


Fr. 


RS 


McLean. Va . I Lanqley HS) 




Nick Wallace 


PK 


5-9 


195 


Sc 


TR 


Fredericksburg, Va. (Riverbend HS/lndiana [Pa.|) 


80 


Lansfcrj Watso" 


TE 


64 


250 


Fr. 


RS 


Brooklyn, N.Y. (Lincoln HS) 




Taylor Watson 


RB 


6-2 


235 


Fr. 


RS 


Accokeet '.': :-.■..-- '-■■■■ - ; 




Brett Weiss 


PK 


5-10 


165 


Fr. 


RS 


Baltimore, Md. (Boys Latin School 


60 


Edwin Williams 


OL 


6-3 


315 


Sf. 


3V 


Washington DC (DeMathaHS) 


84 


Isaiah Williams 


WR 


6-3 


200 


Sr. 


3V 


Montclair NJ E I c HS) 




LaQ~ I 


WR 


6-1 


180 


Sa 


1V 


Baltimore Md. (Baltimore Polytecrr 




Anthony Wiseman 


DB 


5-10 


185 


Jr. 


2V 


Silver Hill Md. (DeMatha HS) 




Alex Wuiciak 


LB 


6-3 


255 


So. 


SO 


West Caldwell ,N J. (Seton Hall Prep) 


70 


Lamar Young 


OL 


64 


330 


Fr. 


RS 


Jonesboro. Ga. (Mundys Mill HSj 


Key: (d) indicates duplicate number; RS indicates redshirted ir 
number 


2007; SQ indicates on squad 


in 2007, but has not earned a letter HS indicates high school: TR indicates transfer (d) indicates duplicate 





Pronunciation Guide 



Player 


Pronunciation 


:. - :. - . -. -. 


FEM-e ah-km-JUAN-ds 


ObumA- 


oh-BOOM akun-YA-lee 


Haroon Brown 


hah-ROON 


- • 


KAH-stuh 


Ricardo Dacosta 


- 


Arnold Davies 


DAY-vees 




OH-bee EGG-uh-kav-zuh 


Eteyan Edet 


eh-TAY-n edit 


MoiseFokou 


moses FOE-koo 


DeeqeGatt 


:ee. : 


Jared Harrel 





Damus Heyward-Bey 


HAY-werd BAY 


Emani Lee-Odai 


eh-MAHN-ee lee OH-die 


Jaman McCollouqh 


iuh-MAR-ree muh-'' 


Davin Meqqett 


:-•-.- 


Dean Muhtadi 


moo-TAH-dee 


Jeremy Navarre 


- 


Danny Oquendo 


oh-KEHrWoh 


Olugbemi Otulaja 


oh-luq-BEM-ee aut-oo-LAH-jah 


Antwine Perez 


-'.'.:- 


Steve Pfister 


- S-'e- 


Dave Philistin 


FILL-fiss-teen 


Da'Rel Scott 


temx. 



■inner 


tuh-REHL 


""omas 


JAY-mee 


- • 


soo-LAY 


LaQuan Williams 


-KWAN 


Alex Wujoak 


WOE-iack 


Coach 


Pronunciation 


TomBrattan 


rhymes with latin 


Ralph Friedqen 


FREE 


DaveSc azzo 


so-LAH-zo 



' 




rMfviwwn 




Numerical Roster 



No. 



32M. 
32(d) 



33(d) 



Name 



Brandon Jackson-Mills 
Nick Wallace 



Brett Weiss 



Pos. 



Ht 



Wt 



Exp. 



Hometo wn (High School/Last School ) 



1 


Terrell Skinner 


DB 


6-3 


214 


Jr. 


2V 


St. Petersburq. Fla. (Boca Cieqa HS) 


2 


Kevin Barnes 


DB 


6-1 


188 


Sr. 


3V 


Glen Burnie, Md. (Old Mill HS) 


3 


LaQuan Williams 


WR 


6-1 


180 


So. 


1V 


Baltimore, Md. (Baltimore Polytechnic HS) 


4 


Jamari McCollouqh 


DB 


5-11 


195 


Jr. 


SQ 


Baltimore, Md (Randallstown HS) 


5 


Morqan Green 


RB 


5-11 


215 


So 


SO 


White Plains, Md. (Lackey HS/Harqrave Military Academy) 


6 


Anthony Wiseman 


DB 


5-10 


185 


Jr. 


2V 


Silver Hill, Md. (DeMatha HS) 


7 


Adrian Cannon 


WR 


6-2 


204 


So. 


1V 


Pontiac, Mich. (Avondale HS) 


8 


Darrius Heyward-Bey 


WR 


6-3 


206 


Jr. 


2V 


Silver Sprinq, Md. (McDonoqh School) 


9 


Richard Taylor 


DB 


5-11 


193 


Sr. 


2V 


Centreville, Va. (Centreville HS) 


10 


Chris Turner 


OB 


64 


210 


Jr. 


IV 


Simi Valley, Calif [Chaminade HS] 


11(d) 


David May 


PK 


5-11 


196 


Sr. 


SO 


Rockville, Md. (Charles E Smith Day School) 


11(d) 


Jamarr Robinson 


QB 


6-0 


190 


Fr. 


RS 


Charlotte, N.C. (Myers Park School) 


12 


Josh Portis 


QB 


6-4 


210 


Jr. 


SQ 


Woodland Hills, Calif (W.H Tafl HS/Flonda) 


13 


Dan Gronkowski 


TE 


6-6 


255 


Sr. 


2V 


Amherst. NY (Williamsville North HS) 


14 


Nolan Carroll 


DB 


6-1 


202 


Jr. 


2V 


Green Cove Spnnqs, Fla. (Clay HS) 


15 


Drew Gloster 


TE 


64 


240 


So. 


1V 


Germantown, Md (Good Counsel HS) 


16(d) 


Tyler Bass 


QB 


6-3 


220 


Fr. 


HS 


Atlanta, Ga. (Stockbndqe Hlqh School) 


16(d) 


Rashad Henry 


RB 


5-9 


185 


Sr. 


SO 


Mitchellville. Md. (Flowers HS/Bowie State) 


17 


Danny Oquendo 


WR 


6-0 


190 


Sr. 


3V 


Hackensack, N.J. (Hackensack HS) 


18(d) 


Kenny Tate 


WR 


64 


215 


Fr. 


HS 


Forestville, Md. (DeMatha HS) 


18(d) 


Austin Walker 


DB 


6-0 


185 


Fr. 


RS 


McLean, Va. (Langley HS) 


19(d) 


Jordan Steffy 


QB 


6-1 


209 


Sr. 


3V 


Leola, Pa. (Conestoqa Valley HS) 


19(d) 


Femi Akinwande 


LB 


6-2 


200 


Jr. 


SQ 


Laurel, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 


20 


Antwine Perez 


DB 


6-1 


200 


So. 


TR 


Westville Grove, N.J. (Woodrow Wilson HS/USC) 


21 


Trenton Huqhes 


DB 


5-11 


175 


Fr. 


RS 


Virqinia Beach, Va. (Kempsville HS) 


22 


Drew Robinson 


DB 


5-10 


197 


Sr. 


1V 


Germantown, Md (Watkins Mill HS/Bowie State) 


23 


Da Rel Scott 


RB 


5-11 


192 


So 


1V 


Conshohocken, Pa (Plymouth-Whitemarsh HS : 


24 


Ronnie Tyler 


WR 


5-10 


190 


Fr. 


RS 


Waqener, S.C. (Waqener HS/Harqrave Military Academy) 


25 


Kevin Dorsey 


WR 


6-2 


195 


Fr. 


HS 


Forestville, Md. (Forestville HS) 


26(d) 


Mike Barbour 


PK 


5-10 


165 


Fr. 


RS 


Upper Brookville, N.Y. (St. Anthony's HS) 


26(d) 


Michael Carter 


DB 


5-11 


175 


So. 


RS 


Windsor, Ontario (Sandwich Secondary School/Erie Community Colleqe) 


27(d) 


Dominique Herald 


LB 


5-11 


190 


So. 


IV 


Newark, N.J. (The Pennington School) 


27(d) 


Webb Dulin 


WR 


5-8 


165 


Fr. 


RS 


Easton, Md. (Easlon HS) 


29 


Jeff Allen 


DB 


6-1 


190 


Sr. 


3V 


Woodbndqe, Va. (DeMatha HS) 


30 


Haroon Brown 


RB 


5-10 


257 


So. 


1V 


Hampton, Va. (Phoebus HS) 


31 


Andrew Schmitt 


LS 


6-0 


236 


Sr 


3V 


Derry, Pa. (Derry Area HS) 



DB 



5-11 



160 



So. 



SQ 



PK 



5-9 



So. 



TR 



PK 



5-10 



165 



Fr. 



RS 



Germantown, Md. (Northwest HS) 
Fredericksburg, Va (Riverbend HS/lndiana [Pa ] 
Baltimore, Md. (Boys Latin School] 



!3(d) 


Alex Wujciak 


LB 


6-3 


255 


So. 


SQ 


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




34 


Dave Philistin 


LB 


6-2 


231 


Sr. 


3V 


Manchester. N.H. (Manchester Central HS) 




35(d) 


Travis Baltz 


PPK 


6-2 


200 


So. 


IV 


Whitehouse, Ohio (Anthony Wayne HS) 




35(d) 


Paul Lariviere 


RB 


6-0 


245 


Fr. 


RS 


Brooklyn, N.Y, (Brooklyn Technical HS 




36 


Taylor Watson 


RB 


6-2 3 


235 


Fr. 


RS 


Accokeek, Md (Gwynn Park HS) 




37(d) 


Cameron Chism 


DB 


6-0 


185 


Fr. 


HS 


Forestville. Md. (Bishop McNamara HS) 




37(d) 


Ted Townsley 


P 


6-0 


190 


So. 


TR 


Portsmouth, Va (Churchland HS/Louisburq Colleqe) 




38 


Cory Jackson 


RB 


6-1 


245 


Jr. 


2V 


Morqantown, W Va. (University HS) 




39 


Obi Eqekeze 


PK 


6-2 


210 


Sr. 


2V 


Augusta. Ga. (Westside HS) 




40 


Jeremy Navarre 


DL 


6-3 


270 


Sr. 


3V 


Joppatowne, Md. (Joppatowne HS) 




41(d) 


Aaron Ball 


LB 


6-0 


224 


Sr. 


SQ 


Owmgs Mills, Md. (Baltimore Polytechnic HS/Bowie State) 




41(d) 


Davin Meqqett 


RB 


5-8 


210 


Fr. 


HS 


Clinton, Md. (Surrartsville, HS) 




42 


Ben Pooler 


LB 


6-2 


230 


Fr. 


RS 


Mornstown, N.J. (Lawrenceville School) 




43 


Rick Costa 


LB 


6-1 


225 


Sr. 


2L 


Moorestown, N.J. (Holy Cross HS/Temple UniyJ 




44 


Chase Bullock 


LB 


6-3 


234 


Sr. 


1V 


Durham, N.C. (Northern HS) 




45(d) 


Tommy Gait 


TE 


6-5 


260 


Jr. 


1V 


Silver Sprinq, Md. (Good Counsel HS) 




45(d) 


Alex Schultz 


LB 


6-1 


235 


Sr. 


SO 


Gretna, La. (DeLaSalle HSTTowson) 




46(d) 


Hakeem Sule 


LB 


5-11 


210 


Jr. 


SQ 


Baltimore Md. (McDonogh HS) 




46(d) 


Steve Pfister 


RB 


6-2 


234 


Jr. 


1V 


Columbia. Md. (Mount St. Joseph HS) 




47 


Jeff Clement 


LB 


6-2 


239 


Jr. 


1V 


Westville, N.J. (Depfford HS) 




48 


Moise Fokou 


LB 


6-2 


225 


Sr 


2V 


Rockville, Md. (The Bullis School/Frostburg Slate) 




49 


Gary Douglas 


RB 


5-11 


179 


Fr 


HS 


Durham, N.C. (Hillside HS) 




50(d) 


Ricardo Dacosta 


DL 


6-2 


250 


Sr. 


SQ 


Bronx, N.Y. (DeWitt Clinton HS/Ene Community College) 




50(d) 


Evan Eastburn 


OL 


6-1 


286 


So 


SO 


Boulder, Colo (Fairview HS) 




53(d) 


Eteyen Edet 


LB 


6-1 


235 


Fr. 


HS 


Fort Washington, Md (Friendly Senior HS) 




53(d) 


Stephen Hargett 


LB 


6-0 


250 


So. 


SQ 


Los Angeles, Calif. (Loyola HS) 




54 


Adrian Moten 


LB 


6-2 


221 


So. 


1V 


Suitland, Md. (Gwynn Park HS) 




55 


Trey Covington 


LB 


6-3 


240 


Sr. 


3V 


Bowie, Md. (Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 






3 






3 
3 
3 
5 
3 
5 
Q 
5 
3 
3 
~ 
^ 



MUd k 



No 

56 

57(d) 

57(d) 

58 

59(d) 

59(d) 

60 

61 

63 

64 

65(d) 

65(d) 

66 



Deege Gall 
Matthew Harraka 
Jared Harrell 
Derek Drummond 
Tim Downs 
Demetnus Hartsfield 
Edwin Williams 
Lee Oliver 
R J Dill 
Justin Gilbert 
Masengo Kabongo 
Danny Edwards 
Maunce Hampton 
Jack Gnffin 



200S I 
MEDIA S, RECR 



Pos 

DL 

OL 

DL 

LB 

LS 

LB 

OL 

OL 

OL 

OL 

DL 

OL 

OL 

01 



Ht 
6-4 
6-4 
6-5 
6-3 
6-0 



Wt 

264 
270 
265 
232 



CI. 

Jr 
So. 



Exp 
SQ 
SQ 



Jr. 



SQ 



Fr. 



RS 



245 



RS 



Hometown (High School/Last School) 
Silver Spring, Md. (Good Counsel HS) 
Ijamsville, Md (St. John's Catholic Prep) 
Milton, Mass (Tabor Academy) 
Pomfrel. Md (McDonough HS) 
Derry, Pa (DerryHS) 



6-1 


225 


Fr. 


HS 


Raleigh. N.C. (Southeast Regional HS) 




6-3 


315 


Sr 


3V 


Washington, DC (DeMatha HS) 




6-1 


310 


Sr. 


SQ 


Germantown, Md. (Northwestern HS) 




6-6 


274 


Fr. 


HS 


Camp Hill, Pa (Trimly HS; 




6-6 


283 


Fr 


HS 


Richmond, Va. (Monacan HS) 




6-1 


285 


Fr 


HS 


Stratford, Conn. (Fairfield College Prepj 




6-1 


276 


So. 


SQ 


Fredenck, Md. (Tuscarora HSi 




6-2 


295 


Fr. 


RS 


Hampton, Va (Phoebus HS) 




6-6 


308 


Sr. 


3V 


Enfield, Conn (Enfield HS) 





66(d) 


Zach Kerr 


DL 


6-3 


310 


Fr. 


HS 


Gaithersburg, Md. (Quince Orchard HS) 




68(d) 


ObumAI 


OL 


6-3 


325 


Fr. 


RS 


Charlottesville, Va (St. Anne's Bellfield School) 




69 


Joe Faiella 


OL 


6-4 


305 


Fr. 


RS 


Freehold, N.J. (Freehold Township HS) 




70 


Lamar Young 


OL 


6-4 


330 


Fr. 


RS 


Jonesboro, Ga (Mundys Mill HS) 




71(d) 


Bearthur Johnson 


OL 


6-6 


350 


Fr 


RS 


Hoboken, N.J. (Hoboken HS) 






Paul Pinegar 


OL 


6-4 


275 


So. 


IV 


Brookeville, Md (Sherwood HSi 






Phil Costa 


OL 


6-3 


300 


Jr. 


IV 


Moorestown, N.J (Holy Cross HS) 




73 


Stephen St John 


OL 


6-6 


300 


Fr. 


RS 


Columbia, S.C. (Dutch Fork HS) 




74 


Bruce Campbell 


OL 


6-7 


285 


So 


1V 


Hamden, Conn (Hyde Leadership School/Harqrave Military Acader-/, 




75 


Dane Randolph 


OL 


6-5 


300 


Sr. 


3V 


Columbia, Md (Wilde Lake HS) 




76 


Jaimie Thomas 


OL 


64 


330 


Sr. 


3V 


Harnsburg, Pa (Bishop McDevitl HS 




77 


Scott Burley 


OL 


6-5 


335 


Sr 


3V 


Baltimore, Md. (Woodlawn Senior HSi 






Justin Lewis 


OL 


64 


320 


Fr. 


HS 


Johnsonville, S.C. (Johnsonville HSj 






Andrew Gonnella 


OL 


6-5 


285 


Fr. 


RS 


Monroe. NY (Monroe-Woodberr) H 






Kyle Sappmgton 


OL 


6-3 


305 


So. 


SQ 


Phoenix, Md (Stephen Decatur HS) 






Tyler Bowen 


OL 


6-6 


322 


Fr. 


RS 


Helena. Ga [Telfair County HS 




80 


Lansford Watson 


TE 


6-4 


250 


Fr. 


RS 


Brooklyn, NY (Lincoln HS; 




82(d) 


Dan Bonato 


RB 


5-8 


182 


So 


SO 


Woodbine. N.J (Ocean City 






Torrey Smith 
Emani Lee-Odai 


WR 
WR 


6-1 
6-2 


2C0 
200 


Fr. 

So 


RS 
1V 


Fredericksburg, Va (Stafford HSi 




83 


Washington, DC (Anacostia HS 




84 


Isaiah Williams 


WR 


6-3 


200 


Sr. 


3V 


Montclair, N.J. (Bergen Catholic HS) 




S5 


Tony Logan 


WR 


5-10 


180 


Fr. 


RS 


Piscataway. N.J. (Piscataway HS) 




86 


Devonte Campbell 


TE 


6-2 


240 


Fr. 


HS 


Forestville, Md. (Forestville HS/Hargrave Military Academy; 




87 


Kerry Boykins 


WR 


6-1 


200 


Fr. 


HS 


Chesapeake. Va (Oscar Frommel Smith HSi 




88 


Quinton McCree 


WR 


6-2 


185 


Fr. 


RS 


Brandywme. Md (Gwynn Park HS/Hargrave Military Aca::- 




89 


Matt Furstenberg 


TE 


6-4 


230 


Fr. 


HS 


Flemmgton, N J (Hunterdon C- - - Tr H 




90 


Travis Ivey 


DL 


6-4 


325 


Jr. 


1V 


Riverdale, Md. (Riverdale Baptist HS 




91 


Mack Frost 


DL 


6-4 


252 


Sr. 


3V 


Columbia, S.C. (Spnng Valley HS) 




92 


Dion Armstrong, 


DL 


6-1 


303 


Fr. 


RS 


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93 


Ian Davidson 


DL 


6-3 


26C 


Fr. 


RS 


Alexandria .'a SI Stephens & St AanesHSi 




95 


Joe Vel ano 


DL 


6-3 


270 


Fr. 


HS 


Rexford NY C r . r is!a r Brothers Academy 




96 


Olugbemi Otulaja 


DL 


6-0 


285 


Sr. 


1V 


Freeport, N Y (Freeport HS '.' 




97 


Dean Muhtadi 


DL 


6-3 


295 


Sr. 


1V 


AlexandnaVa 1 -SChnstopher Newport Univ.) 




98(d) 


A J Francis 


DL 


6-5 


310 


Fr 


HS 


Severn, Md (Gonzaqa Colleqe [D.C.I HS) 




98(d) 


Chris Rhodes 


DL 


6-3 


265 


Fr. 


RS 


Columbia, Md (River Hill HS) 




99 


Carl Russell 


DL 


6-6 


270 


Fr. 


HS 


Washington, D C (HO. Woodson HS) 




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By Class 


19 


Redshirt Freshman 


27 


Sophomore 


24 


Junior 


17 


Senior 


31 



Terps By State 

Maryland 


44 


New Jersey 


14 




14 


New York 


8 


Pennsylvania 


6 


Georqia 


5 


North Carolina 


4 


South Carolina 


4 


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Individual 

77 • Scott Burley 

Offensive Tackle 

Honorable Mention All-America The Sportinq News 


Second Team AII-ACC 




Athlon 


Second Team AII-ACC 




Lindy's 


8 • Darrius Heyward-Bey 

Wide Receiver 

Honorable Mention All-America The Sporting News 


Fastest Receiver in ACC 


The Sporting News 


Second Team AII-ACC 




Athlon 


Second Team AII-ACC 




Lindy's 


16th-rankedWR in Nation 




Lindy's 


34 • Dave Philistin 

Linebacker 

Naqurski Trophy 


Watch List 


Butkus Award Candidate 


The Sporting News 


First Team AII-ACC 


The Sportinq News 


First Team AII-ACC 


Blue Ribbon Yearbook 


First Team AII-ACC 




Lindy's 


11th-ranked ILB in Nation 




Lindy's 


Second Team AII-ACC 




Athlon 


76 • Jaimie Thomas 

Offensive Guard 

Second Team AII-ACC 


Athlon 


Second Team AII-ACC 




Lindy's 


60 • Edwin Williams 

Center 

Rimington Trophy 


Watch List 


First Team AII-ACC 


The Sporting News 


First Team AII-ACC 




Lindy's 


First Team AII-ACC 


Blue RibbonYearbook 


Second Team AII-ACC 




Athlon 



Team 

National Rankings 



34th 




Lindy's 


42nd 




Athlon 


ACC Predictions 

4th/Atlantic 


Athlon 


4th/Atlantic 




Lindy's 


Bth/Atlantic 




The Sportinq News 


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1st-rankedOLinACC 




Athlon 


1st-rankedOLinACC 




Lindy's 


2nd-ranked Special Teams in ACC 


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LB • 6-2 • 200 • Jr. • SQ 

Laurel, Md. 

(Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 



A third-year player who adds depth at linebacker ... moved 
from safety to Sam linebacker in the spring of 2008. 

As a Redshirt Sophomore (2007): A reserve defensive back 
who served on the scout team ... did not see game action. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Sat out due to NCAA transfer 
requirements. 

As a Freshman (2005 at Duquesne): Played in two games 
as a reserve defensive back, making one tackle. 

At Eleanor Roosevelt High School: Played just one season 
of football, becoming a starter in the defensive backfield as a 
senior .. . played basketball his first three years ... played on 
the state championship team as a sophomore ... recruited 
by Cincinnati, Connecticut, James Madison, Hofstra and 
Temple ... coached by Rick Houchens. 

Personal: Born Feb. 4, 1987 in Washington, D.C. ... parents 
are Sam Akinwande and Oyinade Ridley ... full name is Olu- 
femi Akinwande ... captured the 2001 ACE Award at Eleanor 
Roosevelt, honoring the top male athlete in Prince George's 
County ... majoring in criminology and criminal justice, and 
maintains over a 3.0 GPA. 



Akinwande's 

Defense G-GS UT AT 


Career Statistics 

TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU 


Int. 


2005' 


2-0 


1 


1 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 


2006 


Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules 




2007 


0-0 








0-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 


Career 


2-0 


1 


1 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 



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6-3 • 325 • Fr. • RS 
Charlottesville, Va. 
(St. Anne's Bellfield School) 

A second-year player who adds depth along the offensive 
line. 



As a Freshman (2007): Redshirt seaon. 

At St. Anne's Belfield School: A standout offensive and 
defensive lineman . . . named all-state as a senior and all-con- 
ference his final two seasons . . . helped team go undefeated 
and capture the 2006 Division II State Championship as a 
senior ... team was state runner-up in 2005 and compiled 
a record of 20-2 during his junior and senior seasons ... 
coached by John Blake. 

Personal: Born June 6, 1 989 in England ... has five siblings 
... sister, Njideka, participated in track and field and cross 
country at Swarthmore College ... full name is Obumnemeo- 
buromnemeochukwuneme Peter Peter-Damian Akunyili, but 
goes by Obum (oh-BOOM) . . . knew very little about football 
until his sophomore year of high school ... has volunteered 
for Habitat for Humanity ... enjoys reading, watching soccer 
and playing video games ... majoring in criminology and 
criminal justice. 

JEFF 



ALLEN 




DB-6-1 • 190-Sr. • 3V 



Woodbridge, Va. 
(DeMatha HS) 

A veteran defensive back who is atop the depth chart at 
strong safety ... saw significant action on special teams his 
first three seasons and increased time in the secondary 
in 2007 ... athletic player with a nose for the ball ... solid 
tackier ... has played in all 37 games the last three seasons 
... earned Iron Terps status the last three springs ... posted 
the 15th-highest strength index on the team (third among 
DBs) in spring 2008 testing. 



As a Junior (2007): Played in all 13 games in a reserve 
role at safety and posted 28 tackles ... saw his role increase 
as the season progressed ... played on all four special 
teams units ... (vs. Villanova) ... played in a reserve roll and 
recorded three tackles ... (vs. WVU) ... played and recorded 
two tackles ... (vs. WF) ... had three tackles ... saw his most 
extensive career action to date in the secondary (22 plays) 
... (vs. Rutgers) ... had one tackle ... (vs. 67] ... forced a 
Tashard Choice fumble in the second quarter, ending a 
potential scoring drive for the Jackets ... recorded four 
tackles ... (vs. UVA) ... had two tackles ... (vs. Clemsonj 
... made a career-high six tackles ... in on a season-high 
40 defensive snaps ... (vs. FSU) ... recorded five tackles, 
including a career-high three solo stops ... (vs. NCSU) ... 
had one tackle ... (vs. OSU. Emerald Bowl) ... played but 
did not record any stats ... posted the 14th-highest strength 
index on the team (fourth among DBs) in spring testing. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Saw action in all 13 games as 
a reserve defensive back and special teams performer 
... (vs. MT) ... recorded one tackle and his first career 
pass breakup ... (vs. WVU) ... posted a season-high four 
tackles, including a season-best two solo stops ... (vs. 67] 
... notched one assisted tackle ... (vs. UVA) ... posted one 
solo tackle ... (vs. NCSU) ... recorded one tackle ... (vs. 
FSU) ... had one tackle ... (vs. Clemson) ... notched one 
solo tackle ... (vs. BC) ... matched a season high with two 
solo stops ... (vs. PU, Champs Sports Bowl) ... played but 
did not record any statistics. 

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

At DeMatha High School: A three-year letterwinner and 
two-year starter ... a versatile athlete who played tailback 





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and safety, as well as reluming kicks rushed 133 limes 
lor 1,128 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior aver- 
aged 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 SuperPrepAII-Amencan an All-East Region selection 
by PrepStar ... team won state his last two years and was 
22-1 in that time ... also lettered two years in track ... an 
early commitment who was also recruited by Virginia Tech 
... coached by Bill McGregor. 

Personal: Born Nov 9, 1986 ... parents are Jeff and Jean 
Allen . father and two uncles also played football at De- 
Matha ... traveled over one hour each way to school every 
day from Woodbndge, Va. ... a family science major who 
maintains over a 3.0 GPA. 

Allen's Career Statistics 



years also recruited by Clemson. Troy and South Florida 
. coached by Ranee Gillespie. 

Personal: Born Aug 22, 1988 ... parents are Barbara and 
Dexter Armstrong ... enrolled in letters and sciences. 



AARON 

BALL 




Defense G-GS 


UT AT 


TT 


TFL 


Sacks FC FR PBU 


Int. 


2005 11-0 


4 4 


8 


0-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 


2006 13-0 


8 4 


12 


0.0-0 


00-0 1 


0-0 


2007 13-0 


13 15 


28 


00-0 


00-0 1 2 


0-0 


Career 37-0 


25 23 


48 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 1 3 


0-0 



DION 



ARMSTRONG 



6-0 • 224 • Sr. • SO. 

Owmgs Mills. Md. 

(Baltimore Polytechnic HS / 

Bowie State) 

A reserve linebacker who sat out the 2006 season after 
transferring from Bowie State ... enters the fall as a backup 
at Sam linebacker 

As a Junior (2007): Reshirted ... named the defensive scout 
team player of the week leading up to the Florida State game 
... posted the third-highest strength index among outside 
linebackers in spring testing. 




As a Sophomore (2006): Sat out to I 
requirements. 



NCAA transfer 



As a Redshirt Freshman (2005 at Bowie State): Saw 
action in three games ... recorded three tackles on the 
season ... member of the team counsel. 



DL • 6-1 • 303 • Fr • RS * s a Freshman POM at Bowie State): Redshirt season 



Fort Valley, Ga. 
(Peach County HS) 

A big. strong interior defensive lineman who is expected to 
battle for a starting spot in the fall ... enters the fall atop the 
depth chart at nose tackle, along with Olugbemi Otulaja... 
earned Iron Terp status in the spnng of 2008, posting the 
11th-highest strength index on the team, including third 
among defensive linemen. 

As a Freshman (2007): Redshirt season. 

At Peach County High School: One of the top defensive 
lineman in the nation ... a three-year starter ... the No. 
44-ranked defensive tackle in the nation by Scout, Inc. ... 
ranked 64th nationally among defensive linemen by Rivals, 
com ... ranked 42nd on Rivals.com's Georgia Top 50 ... also 
a member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Top 50 ... an 
honorable mention all-state choice as a senior ... also earned 
first-team all-region and first-team All-Middle Georgia acco- 
lades as a senior . .. played in the 2006 Georgia North-South 
All-Star game ... as a junior posted 88 tackles, including 10 
sacks ... member of two Class AAA State Championship 
teams (2005-06) ... participated in track as a thrower all four 



At Baltimore Polytechnic High School: An all-city choice 
at linebacker as a senior ... posted 113 tackles in helping 
the squad post a 9-1 record en route to the 2003 Baltimore 
City Championship ... team captain as a senior ... tallied 
103 tackles and named the team's defensive player of the 
year as a junior ... coached by Anthony Knox. 

Personal: Born May 8, 1986 in Baltimore. Md. ... parents 
are Paul and Sharon Ball ... father is a doctor and played 
football at Howard University in the late 1970s ... mother 
works for the federal government ... has two older siblings 
(Jen. 24; John. 26) ... cousin of formerTerp Jared Gaither ... 
majonng in cnminal justice ... can play the saxophone and 
drums ... a member of Bowie State Dean's List in the spnng 
of 2006 ... has volunteered at summer sports camps and 
worked at the Clarence Mitchell Courthouse in Baltimore. 

Ball's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int. 
2005• 34 3 3 0.0-0 0(H) 0(H) 



2006 


Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules 




2007 


(H) 0.0-0 0.0-0 


00 


Career 


34 3 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 


0-0 



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BALTZ 




P/PK'6-2«200-So.-1V 
Whitehouse, Ohio 
(Anthony Wayne HS) 

A second-year punter with a strong leg who has also shown 
good touch on his kicks ... earned freshman All-Amenca 
and freshman AII-ACC honors last season ... entered 
school a semester early, in January, 2007 and won the 
starting job in fall camp ... served as the No. 2 place-kicker 
in 2007 ... could also see time on kickoffs in the fall ... also 
a solid student, secunng a spot on the Academic AII-ACC 
team as a true freshman. 

As a Freshman (2007): Earned freshman All-Amenca 
honors from The Sporting News after replacing four-time 
AII-ACC performer Adam Podlesh ... finished the season 
ranked seventh in the ACC in punting average (40.9 yards 
per punt) ... also ranked 59th nationally (fifth among fresh- 
man) ... was most impressive dunng the rugged conference 
season, averaging 43.1 yards per punt in eight ACC con- 
tests ... earned a spot on The Sporting News Freshman 
AII-ACC Team ... selected to the Rivals.com freshman all- 
league squad ... one of six Terps to earn Academic AII-ACC 
honors ... averaged over 40.0 yards in six of eight ACC con- 
tests ... started all 13 games ... one of four true freshmen to 



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see action during the season ... (vs. Villanova) ... recorded 
two punts tor an average of 43 yards, and placed one in- 
side the 20-yard line ... became first Maryland true fresh- 
man to start in a game since Jeremy Navarre in 2005 ... (vs. 
Fill) ... punted a career-high nine times for 341 yards (37.9 
average) ... five of those punts dropped inside the 20-yard 
line, the most by a Terrapin punter since Brooks Barnard 
in 2001 ... had a punt of 52 yards in the second quarter ... 
(vs. WVU) ... punted six times for 215 yards ... (vs. WF) ... 
had one of his best game as a collegian, punting six times 
for 268 yards, a 44.7 average ... set what was then a ca- 
reer-long of 54 yards, and put two balls inside the 20-yard 
line ... (vs. Rutgers) ... punted three times for 109 yards 
... (vs. GT) ... had five punts for 248 yards, a career-best 
average of 49.6 (10th best single-game average in school 
history) ... placed one of those balls inside the 20-yard line, 
and also had a career-long boot of 65 yards ... recorded 
back-to-back punts of 65 and 55 yards in the fourth quar- 
ter to help preserve the win ... (vs. UVA) ... had another 
solid game, averaging 44.7 yards on six punts ... had three 
punts of more than 50 yards and placed two balls inside the 
10-yard line ... (vs. Clemson) ... punted four times for 143 
yards, an average of 35.8 yards per punt ... (vs. UNC) ... 
averaged 43.8 yards on six punts ... put one ball inside the 
20-yard line ... (vs. BC) ... punted four times for 166 yards, 
an average of 41 .5 yards per punt ... put one ball inside the 
20-yard line ... (vs. FSU) ... punted five times for 199 yards, 
a 39.8-yard average ... (vs. NCSU) ... averaged 42.6 yards 
on five punts ... placed one ball inside the 20-yard line ... 
(vs. OSU, Emerald Bowl) ... punted seven times, averaging 
37.6 yards per attempt ... had two punts downed inside the 
Beavers' 20-yard line, including a 44-yarder in the fourth 
quarter at the 1 -yard line ... punted four times for 1 67 yards 
(41.8 avg) in the 2007 Red-White Spring game ... placed 
two punts inside the 20-yard line. 

At Anthony Wayne High School: A two-time all-state 
punter ... tabbed honorable mention All-Ohio Division II by 
the Associated Press as a junior and senior ... first-team 
all-district and first-team All-Northern Lakes League punter 
as a senior when he averaged 40 yards per kick ... also 
earned first-team all-conference and AII-Tb/ecfo Blade hon- 
ors in 2006 as a place-kicker ... was 5 of 6 in field-goal at- 
tempts with 78 percent of his kickoffs going for touchbacks 
in 2006 ... first-team All-Northern Lakes League punter in 
2005 ... also earned a spot on the 2005 AII-To/edo 6/ade 
team as a punter ... averaged 42 yards per punt and hit 5 
of 9 FGAs in 2005 ... attended the 2007 U.S. Army Com- 
bine in San Antonio, where he emerged as the No. 1 punter 
with an average of 45.9 yards per attempt . . . ranked third in 
kickoffs and tied for eighth in place-kicking at the combine, 
which featured many of the top punter and place-kickers in 
the nation ... earned four letters in soccer, three in basket- 
ball and one in bowling ... coached by Craig Smith. 

Personal: Born Nov. 18, 1988 ... parents are Jim and Deb- 
bie Bate ... has three older brothers, all of whom played 
sports growing up ... majoring in business ... made the 
Dean's List in the spring of 2007, his first semester in 
school. 

Baltz's Career Statistics 



KEVIN 



BARNES 




DB-6-1 -188-Sr. -3V 

Glen Burnie, Md. 
(Old Mill HS) 



A fifth-year player who is expected to be among the top 
cornerbacks in the league this season ... has played in 36 
career games, including 14 starts ... has good speed and 
cover skills ... has good jumping ability which allows him to 
cover bigger receivers ... has also seen action on special 
teams throughout his career ... one of five Terp defensive 
backs who ran a sub-4.5 40-yard dash in the spring of 
2006 ... member of the 2008 Terrapin Council, the team's 
leadership committee. 

As a Junior (2007): An AII-ACC nominee at cornerback ... 
led the team with four interceptions, the most by a Terp 
since Dominique Foxworth had five in 2002 ... second on 
the team in pass breakups (nine) ... fifth on the team with 
65 tackles ... also fourth on the team with 47 solo stops 
... tied for seventh in the ACC and 77th in the country in 
interceptions (0.31 pg) ... tied for fifth in the ACC and 55th 
in the NCAA in passes defended (1.00 pg) ... started all 13 
games at cornerback ... also a regular on special tea 
where he posted 1 tackles on the season .. . 
(vs. Villanova) ... grabbed his first career 
interception and returned it 28 



Punting 


G-GS 


Punts Yds 


Avg 


I20 


110 


LP 


2007 


13-13 


68 2,782 


40.9 


16 


5 


65 


Career 


13-13 


68 2,782 


40.9 


16 


5 


65 




yards ... recorded four tackles as defense held Wildcats to 
28 total yards in the second half ... (vs. Fit!) ... snagged an 
interception for the second consecutive week ... returned 
the pick 21 yards to set up a Lance Ball TD and seal the win 
... (vs. WVU) ... started and recorded two tackles ... (vs. WF) 
... picked off a Riley Skinner pass in the fourth quarter and 
returned it six yards ... recorded five tackles, including four 
solo ... had one tackle for a loss of one yard ... (vs. Rutgers) 
... recorded four total tackles including three solo ... broke 
up a career-high three Mike Teel passes in the upset of the 
10th-ranked Scarlet Knights ... (vs. GT) ... led the Terps 
with a career-high eight solo tackles ... had a career-best 
10 tackles, including one for a loss ... also broke up two 
passes ... (vs. UVA) ... led all defensive backs with eight 
tackles, including six solo stops ... also broke up one pass 
... (vs. Clemson) ... led all defensive backs with nine stops, 
including six solo ... (vs. UNC) ... made six tackles including 
five solo ... intercepted a pass on a deep throw from T.J. 
Yates on Carolina's first drive ... (vs. BC) ... recorded seven 
tackles ... (vs. FSU) ... had three tackles (all solo), including 
one for a loss of eight yards ... (vs. NCSU) ... recorded two 
tackles and two pass breakups ... (vs. OSU, Emerald Bowl) 
... had two tackles, including a TFL. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Played in all 13 games at 
cornerback, including one start ... also saw action on 
special teams ... (vs. W&M) ... finished with one assisted 
tackle ... (vs. WVU) ... registered one solo stop ... (vs. FIU) 
... recorded one solo tackle ... first career start ... (vs. GT) ... 
notched a season-best three tackles (two solo) ... (vs. UVA) 
... matched his season-high with three tackles, all solo 
(season best) ... (vs. NCSU) ... notched two solo tackles ... 
(vs. PU, Champs Sports Bowl) ... played but did not record 
any statistics. 



As a Redshirt Freshman (2005): Saw action in 

10 games, playing primarily on special teams 

... finished the season with four tackles (all 

solo) and a pass breakup ... (vs. Clemson) 

... knocked down RB James Davis for first 

career tackle in the first quarter ... finished 

the game with a season-best two tackles 

(both solo) and a pass breakup. 

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



At Old Mill High School: A three-year 

letterwinner and two-year starter ... saw 

action at cornerback and wide receiver ... 

posted 62 tackles (32 solo), three interceptions, 

three PBUs and a fumble recovery as a senior ... also 

had 17 receptions for 435 yards and three TDs in 2003 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 included 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 



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competed in track and basketball won state 4A high jump 
with a leap of 6-06 in his first year competing (junior) ... an 
early commitment who was also recruited by Virginia and 
Duke . coached by Mike Marcus. 

Personal: Born Sept 15, 1986 parents are Debra and 
Kenneth Milliard . a sociology major who graduated in the 
summer pursuing a graduate degree 

Barnes' Career Statistics 



Defense 


G-GS 

too 


UT 


AT 


TT 


TFL 


Sacks FC 


FR 


PBU Inl 


2005 


4 





4 


0-0 


00-0 





1 0-0 


2006 


13-1 


9 


2 


11 


0.0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


2007 


13-13 


47 


18 


65 


5 5-18 


0-0 





9 4-55 


Career 


36-14 


60 


20 


BO 


5.5-18 


00-0 





10 4-55 



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■ RB • 5-8 • 182 • So. • SQ 

Woodbine, N.J. 
(Ocean City HS) 

A speedy, third-year player who adds depth in the backfield 
enters the fall as a reserve at tailback ... earned Iron 
Terp status in the spring of 2008, posting the 24th-highest 
strength index on the team 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2007): Did not see game action 
... made the travel squad for Florida International and 
Rutgers ... named scout team offensive player of the week 
leading up to the Vlllanova game ... had a solid preseason 
camp ... combined to rush for 128 yards on 36 carnes in the 
final two scrimmages. 

As a Freshman (2006): Redshirt season. 

At Ocean City High School: A three-sport athlete who 
played running back and defensive back while also 
returning punts and kickoffs ... compiled 1,020 all-purpose 
yards and scored six touchdowns as a senior ... named All- 
Cape-Athletic League ... set a team record with a 92-yard 
touchdown run ... earned two varsity letters in football ... 
also played basketball and baseball ... coached by Gary 
Degenhardt. 

Personal: Bom December 1, 1987 ... parents are 
Louis and Linda Bonato ... comes from a family with an 
impressive athletic background ... father played football at 
Richmond in the mid-1970s ... uncle. John, played football 
at Maryland in the mid-1980s ... one grandfather played 
football and baseball at West Virginia and the other played 
football at Penn andforthe Philadelphia Eagles ... has two 
brothers. Lou (22) and Joseph (17) ... recipient of the 2006 
National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame 
Scholar Athlete award ... enrolled in letter and sciences. 



TYLER 

BOWEN 




OL • 6-6 • 322 • Fr. • RS 
Helena, Ga. 
(Telfair County HS) 



A big, rangy offensive lineman who figures into the rotation 
at tackle ... missed the spnng due to a foot injury 

As a Freshman (2007): Redshirt season ... served as 
a backup tackle ... made the travel squad for five (FIU 
Rutgers, UNC, FSU and NC State) of the six road trips ... 
battled an ankle injury for most of the second half of the 
season. 

At Telfair County High School: A four-year letterwinner 
... chosen first-team Class A all-state by the Atlanta Jour- 
nal-Constitution as a senior... first team All-Region 2A ... 
Macon Telegraph Georgia Top 50 and All-Middle Georgia 
first-team choice ... earned Scholar-Athlete of the Year 
Award for Region 2A from the Chick-Fil-A Bowl ... allowed 
just three sacks in his junior and senior years . . . preseason 
all-state all-academic team in 2006 ... also recruited by NC 
State, Florida State, Auburn, Georgia and Georgia Tech ... 
coached by Jeff Bowen. 

Personal: Born July 12, 1989 ... parents are James and 
Cindy Bowen ... enjoys participating in all sports, including 
hunting and fishing ... majoring in kinesiology. 



H A R O O N 

BROWN 




RB'5-10'257-So.-1V 
Hampton, Va. 
(Phoebus HS) 



A powerful blocker with good running ability ... emerged as 
the No. 2 fullback last season and enters the fall expected 
to vie for time alongside Cory Jackson. 

As a Freshman (2007): Played in five games near the end 
of the season due to injury at the fullback spot ... made his 
first career appearance vs. Clemson and played in the next 
four games (UNC. BC. FSU and NC State) ... did not have 
any cames or catches. 



At Phoebus High School: One of the top running backs 
in the state of Virginia as a senior ,, ranked the No. 221 
running back in the nation by Scouts, Inc. ... rushed for 937 
yards and 21 TDs as a senior ... a second-team AII-Da//y 
Press choice in 2006 ... was an all-district selection his junior 
season ... member of Division 5 Virginia state champion- 
ship team ... teammate of fellow Terp Maunce Hampton ... 
coached by Bill Dee. 

Personal: Born Dec. 16. 1988 ... parents are Saidah Brown 
and Abdul Lucas ... father was a state champion wrestler at 
Green Run High School (Va.) ... an honor roll student in high 
school ... enrolled in letters and sciences ... likes to fish and 
work on cars in his spare time. 

CHASE 

BULLOCK 




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LB • 6-3 



234 • Sr. • 1V 

Durham. NC. 
(Northern HS) 



A powerful, athletic linebacker who enters the fall No. 1 on 
the depth chart at Will linebacker along with Dave Phihstin 
... spent most of the last three seasons at Mike LB ... had a 
chance to see extensive action in the spnng with injuries at 
linebacker and played extremely well ... has battled injuries 
the last two years ... posted the third-highest strength index 
among his linebacker group in spnng 2008 testing. 

As a Junior (2007): Played in eight games as a reserve 
linebacker, backing up Dave Philistin at Mike for most of the 
year ... missed quite a bit of time throughout the season with 
ankle injuries ... (vs. FIU) ... saw first action of the year and 
recorded a season-high three tackles ... (vs. WVU) ... tied a 
season-high with three tackles ... (vs. Clemson) ... matched 
a season high with three tackles, including a season-best 
three solo stops ... (vs. OSU. Emerald Bowl) ... had one 
solo stop in a reserve role .. had a spirited battle with Alex 
Wujciak for the starting Mike linebacker spot in the spnng 
and in preseason camp ... posted the third-highest strength 
index among his linebacker group in spnng testing. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Saw action in six contests as 
a reserve linebacker and on special teams ... (vs. WW} 
... recorded two tackles (one solo) ... wrapped up Elijah 
Brooks, holding him short of a first down on third-and-6 ... 
(vs. WVU) ... posted two tackles, one solo ... (vs. WF) ... 
recorded two tackles (one solo) ... Also played vs. Virginia 
and Georgia Tech. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2005): Played in one game ... 
recorded a career-high four tackles (all assisted) in reserve 
action against Temple. 

As a Freshman (2004): Redshirt season. 




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At Northern High School: A three-year letterwinner and 
two-year starter ... also started the second half of his sopho- 
more season ... a two-time all-state selection ... 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 
... also recruited by Virginia, South Carolina, Clemson and 
NC State ... coached by Gary Merrill. 

Personal: Born Feb. 13, 1986 ... parents are Sharon 
Bullock and Fitzgerald Terry ... majoring in criminology and 
criminal justice. 

Bullock's 
Career Statistics 



Defense 


G-GS 


UT 


AT 


TT 


TFL 


Sacks FC FR PBU 


Int. 


2005 


1-0 





4 


4 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 


2006 


6-0 


4 


4 


8 


0-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 


2007 


8-0 


8 


3 


11 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 


Career 


15-0 


12 


11 


23 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 


0-0 



SCOTT 

BURLEY 




OL • 6-5 • 335 • Sr. • 3V 

Baltimore, Md. 
(Woodlawn Senior HS) 



A fifth-year player who emerged as one of the top offensive 
linemen in the league last season, his first as a starter ... 
earned all-conference honors last year at left tackle ... a 
preseason second team AII-ACC choice by Athlon and 
Lindy's ... also a preseason honorable mention All-America 
by Sporting News ... has ideal size for a tackle and good 
strength ... played through injury (back) in 2005 and saw 
limited action in 2006 ... has played in 26 career games, 
including 12 starts, all at left tackle ... awarded a medical 
redshirt prior to the 2007 season due to an injury during his 
junior campaign ... member of the 2008 Terrapin Council, 
the team's leadership committee. 

As a Redshirt Junior (2007): A second-team AII-ACC 
selection by Rivals.com ... played in all 13 games at left 
tackle, starting 12 ... aided running backs Lance Ball and 
Keon Lattimore to rush for nearly 1 ,600 yards and 25 TDs 
... also helped first-year starting QB Chris Turner post the 
third-best passing-efficiency rating in the ACC ... earned the 
James M. Tatum Award as the team's top offensive lineman 
... (vs. Villanova) ... earned his first career start, opening the 
game at left tackle ... saw action on 49 plays ... (vs. FIU) ... 
earned second-consecutive start ... (Vs. WVU) ... started at 
left tackle and was in on 60 plays, most among offensive 




linemen ... (vs. WF) ... started at left tackle, but missed 
much of the second half due to injury ... (vs. Rutgers) ... 
despite missing practice time during the week due to injury, 
started at left tackle and saw action on 66 plays, fourth 
most among offensive players ... (vs. GT) ... started at 
left tackle and saw time in 43 plays, third most among O- 
linemen ... (vs. UVA) ... started at left tackle and was in 
on 56 plays, second most among offensive linemen ... (vs. 
Clemson) ... did not start due to an ankle injury, but did see 
action on three plays at left tackle ... (vs. UNC) ... started at 
left tackle, but on the field for just 26 plays due to an ankle 
injury ... (vs. BC) ... started at left tackle despite injuries to 
both ankles and saw action on 53 plays ... graded out as 
the Terps' top lineman, and won ACC Offensive Lineman of 
the Week honors playing against the nation's top-ranked 
run defense ... helped the offense post a season-high 472 
total yards ... (vs. FSU) ... started at left tackle and was 
in on 17 plays before leaving with an ankle injury ... (vs. 
NCSU) ... started at left tackle and saw action on 53 plays 
... helped the Terps post a season-high 249 rushing yards 
... (vs. OSU. Emerald Bowl) ... started at left tackle. 

As a Junior (2006): Played in one game along the of- 
fensive line, seeing action at tackle in the season-opener 
vs. William & Mary ... missed the rest of the season due 
to injury ... awarded a medical redshirt season prior to the 
beginning of 2007. 

As a Sophomore (2005): Played in the season's final eight 
games after missing the first three due to injury (back) ... 
was in for a total of 44 plays, allowing one sack and com- 
mitting one penalty. 



As a Freshman (2004): Saw action in four games . 
of eight true freshmen to play on the season. 



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At Woodlawn Senior High School: A four-year starter ... 
spent all four years at offensive tackle while seeing action at 
DT as a junior and senior . . . recorded 45 pancake blocks his 
senior season . . . allowed just one sack in his last two seasons 



and none as a junior ... finished with six sacks as a senior in 
spot duty at DT ... graded out at over 90 percent on offense 
as a junior ... an all-state selection by the Associated Press 
and the Maryland High School Football Coaches Associa- 
tion as a senior ... also first team All-Met by the Baltimore 
Sun as a senior and second team his junior season ... was 
all-city, all-county and all-division as a junior and senior ... 
a SuperPrep All-Amencan and the third-rated player overall 
in the Mid-Atlantic region ... named to the PrepStar "Dream 
Team" as one of the best 150 players in the country ... rated 
as the 1 1 th-best offensive tackle in the nation by SuperPrep 
... team went 34-10 in his four years ... set the school record 
with a 540-pound squat ... also lettered twice in track & field 
and once each in basketball and wrestling ... county shot 
put champion as a senior ... also recruited by Penn State, 
Miami, Florida, Virginia Tech and Notre Dame ... coached 
by Leonard Hart. 

Personal: Born Jan. 2, 1986 ... mother is Sabrina Burley 
... active in a child-mentoring program as a prep called 
"Each One Teach One" ... a criminology and criminal 
justice major. 

BRUCE 

CAMPBELL 




■6-7'285*So. • 1V 

Hamden, Conn. 

(Hyde Leadership School/ 

Hargrave Military Academy) 

A powerfully built offensive tackle who provided much needed 
depth as a true freshman last season ... enters the fall No. 2 
on the depth chart at left tackle ... expected to see time this 
season ... among the quickest offensive linemen, posting the 
second-fastest 40 time in spring 2008 testing. 

As a Freshman (2007): Appeared in five games at left 
tackle, including one start ... started against Clemson when 
injuries hit the offensive line... also played vs. Villanova, 
UNC, Boston College and Florida State ... one of four true 
freshmen to see action. 

At Hargrave Military Academy: Originally signed with the 
Terps in 2006, but attended the Chatham, Va., school ... 
coached by Marty Talbert. 

At Hyde Leadership School: A four-year letterwinner and 
three-year starter ... a PrepStar Ail-American ... played 
defensive end all four years and started at that spot and 
offensive tackle his last two years ... never missed a game 
during his career ... recorded 70 tackles, including six sacks, 
two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery his senior 
season in 2005 ... had 50 tackles, including 4.5 sacks, while 
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New Haven-area most valuable player by the New Haven 
Register Class "S" all-stale pick as a junior and senior 
the No 1 -ranked player in the state of Connecticut and the 
17th-ranked offensive tackle nationally by Rivals.com as a 
senior Ihe 19lh-ranked OT in the nation by SuperPrep 
team went 24-0. winning two Class "S" state championships 
in his final two seasons lettered three years in basketball 
and in track (shot put) also recruited by Virginia, Nebraska 
and Michigan State coached by John Aquavita 

Personal: Bom May 25. 1988 ,.. parents are Bruce and 
Rita Campbell . father was an area high school legend 
in basketball who ultimately starred at Providence College 
In the 70s and was selected by the New Jersey Nets in 
the eighth round of the 1978 NBA Draft ... father is in the 
Providence Athletics Hall of Fame and played professional 
hoops overseas ,., enrolled in letters and sciences. 



D E V O NTE 

CAMPBELL 




■ 6-2 • 240 • Fr. 

Forestville, Md. 

(Forestville HS/ 

Hargrave Military Academy) 

An athletic tight end who possess good hands ... entered 
school m January, 2008 and participcated in spring practice 
... expected to vie for time at tight end/h-back. 

At Hargrave Military Academy (2007): Ranked No. 9 
overall nationally among prep players by Rivals.com ... had 
a 73-yard TD reception in a 30-0 win over Robert Morris ... 
had three catches for 67 yards in a 22-1 2 loss to Louisburg 
College ... had one catch for 18 yards in a 37-20 loss to 
Tennessee ... originally signed with the Terps in February. 
2007, but attended the Chatham. Va„ school that fall ... 
coached by Robert Prunty. 

At Forestville High School: A solid two-way player who 
started as a junior and senior at both tight end and line- 
backer ... one of the top recruits in the nation ... a Super- 
Prep All-Amencan ... labeled a four-star recruit by Rivals. 
com ... ranked No. 4 on SuperPrep's Mid-Atlantic 36 and 
No. 4 on Rivals.com's Maryland 15 ... also ranked No. 12 
nationally among tight ends by Scouts, Inc. and No. 15 
by Rivals.com ... a 2006 first team All-Met selection on 
defense ... posted 31 receptions for 1.145 yards and 13 
TDs as a senior in leading his team to the Maryland 1A 
South Region final. ... also had 72 tackles, including four 



sacks, and three interceptions posted 20 receptions for 
768 yards with 10 touchdowns as a junior chipped in 
62 tackles, including seven sacks, in 2005 .. also a stand- 
out in basketball, averaging over 22 points per game as a 
senior received offers from Tennessee, Georgia Tech. 
Penn State, Pittsburgh, Illinois and Syracuse ... coached 
by Charles Harley. 

Personal: Born June 27. 1989 ... parents are Celestine 
Young and David Samuel ,., earned a spot on the Forest- 
ville honor roll as a freshman and senior ... enrolled in let- 
ters and sciences. 



ADRIAN 

CANNON 




WR • 6-2 • 204 • So. • 1V 
Pontiac, Mich. 
(Avondale HS) 



A talented second-year receiver who may vie for time this 
fall ... enters the fall as a backup at X receiver. 

As a Freshman (2006): Redshirt season. 

At Avondale High School A four-year starter who played 
wide receiver, safety and cornerback ... also started one 
game at running back ... finished his senior season with 
57 receptions for 802 yards and nine touchdowns ... also 
returned one kickoff 90 yards for a TD ... in only game at 
tailback, ran for 160 yards and three touchdowns ... recorded 
two interceptions as a defensive back ... finished his four 
years as the all-time leading receiver at AHS ... first team 
all-state by the Detroit News. Detroit Free Press and the 
Associated Press ... all-area, all-county and all-league as a 
junior and senior ... chosen as the No. 4 "blue chip* prospect 
in the state by the Detroit News ... a PrepStar All-American ... 
an all-region pick by SuperPrep ... lettered three seasons in 
basketball ... also recruited by Kentucky, Illinois. Iowa State 
and NC State ... coached by Steven Deutsch. 

Personal Bom Aug. 12, 1988 ... parents are Julious and 
Shirla Cannon ... majoring in criminology and criminal 
justice. 



NOLAN 



CARROLL 




J DB • 6-1 • 202 • Jr. • 2V 
Green Cove Springs, Fla. 
(Clay HS) 



A speedy and versatile fourth-year player who moved from 
wide receiver to the secondary last season ... will battle 
for a starting spot at cornerback after spending 2007 as a 
reserve ... has played mostly on special teams in his career 
... came to Maryland after being sidelined with a leg injury 
his senior season in high school, but has since showed 
the coveted speed he possessed before the injury ... has 
played in all 26 games the last two seasons ... earned Iron 
Terp status for the first time in his career last spnng ... 
posted the eighth-highest strength index (tops among DBs) 
on the team in spring 2008 testing. 

As a Sophomore (2007): Played in all 13 games as a 
reserve cornerback and special teams performer ... played 
on coverage teams and also returned kicks ... had seven 
special teams tackles on the season ... (vs. FIU) ... played 
and assisted on one tackle ... (vs. WVU) ... returned two 
kicks for 41 yards, including a career-long 23-yarder ... (vs. 
WF) ... played and recorded one tackle ... (vs. Rutgers) ... 
played on special teams and returned one kickoff for 17 
yards ... (vs. GT) ... recorded two tackles and returned a kick 
for 11 yards ... (vs. UNC) ... saw significant action at comer 
(15 plays in nickel packages) and had three solo tackles ... 
(vs. BC) ... had a career-high four tackles in a reserve role 
... returned one kick for 15 yards ... (vs. FSU) ... recorded 
one tackle as a reserve in the defensive backfield ... (vs. 
NCSUj ... made two tackles before leaving the game with a 
hamstnng injury ... (vs. OSU. Emerald Bowl) ... played but 
did not record any stats. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2006): Played in all 13 games 
as a reserve wideout ... saw most of his action on special 
teams ... saw action in all but one game with the special 
teams unit ...did not register a catch on the season, but had 
five kickoff returns for 60 yards ... (vs. W&M) ... saw first 
action of his career ... (vs. WVU) ... played and returned 
two kickoffs for 12 yards ... (vs. BC) ... returned two kickoffs 
for 31 yards and saw extensive action at wideout due to 
injuries ... (vs. WF) ... returned one kickoff for 17 yards. 

Asa Freshman (2005): Redshirt season ... named offensive 
scout team player of the week for his work in practice leading 
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At Clay High School: A three-year starter at wide receiver 
who missed most of his senior year after suffering a broken 
leg in game two of 2004 ... still named to the Florida Times 
Union's Super 11 and Super 24 teams ... an All-Southeast 
region selection by PrepStar ... an All-Dixie region pick by 
SuperPrep ... timed at 4.48 in the 40-yard dash at the Nike 
combine in Atlanta ... recorded a 39-inch vertical jump ... 
team won district his last two seasons... also lettered one 
year in soccer ... also recruited by Ole Miss, Louisville, 
Colorado and Indiana ... coached by Jim Reape. 

Personal: Born Jan. 16, 1987 ... parents are Jennifer and 
Nolan Carroll ... 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 represen- 
tative ... aunt works for the NSA at Fort Meade ... a family 
science major. 



Carroll's 

Defense G-GS 


Career Statistics 

UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU 


Int. 


2007 


13-0 


7 7 


14 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 





0-0 


Career 


13-0 


7 7 


14 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 





0-0 


Returns 


G-GS 


KOR 


Yds 


Avg 


TD PR Yds 


Avq. 


TD 


2006 


13-0 
13-0 


5 


60 


12.0 





0.0 





2007 


5 


84 


16.8 





00 





Career 


26-0 


10 


144 


144 





0.0 






MICHAEL 

CARTER 




DB • 5-11 • 175 • So. • RS 

Windsor, Ontario 

(Sandwich Secondary School/ 

Erie Community College) 

A speedy, hard-nosed second-year player ... expected to 
compete for time at cornerback this season ... among the 
fastest defensive backs ... earned Iron Terp status in spring 
2008 testing, recording the 19th-highest strength index on 
the team, including fourth among DBs. 

As a Sophomore (2007): Redshirted. 

At Erie Community College: A 2006 preseason honorable 
mention All-American ... a first-team all-conference selection 
as a freshman ... posted 35 tackles, including 25 solo stops 
and two tackles for loss, as a defensive back in 2006 ... also 
had four interceptions and 12 pass break-ups ... returned 
one interception 95 yards for a touchdown ... team MVP as 
a freshman and named the NE Conference Athlete of the 
Year ... won fastest man contest at the junior college prospect 
combine two-straight years, running a 4.34 and 4.33 40-yard 
dash, respectively ... also recruited by Louisville, Tulsa and 
Indiana ... coached by Dennis Greene. 



At Sandwich Secondary School: One of the top high school 
players in the country as a senior ... tabbed first-team All 
Canada as a senior when he led the country in interceptions 
... Canada's special teams player of the year ... a member 
of four national title teams ... also played basketball and ran 
track ... coached by Mike LeChance and John Zuccket. 

Personal: Born April 28, 1986 ... parents are James Carter 
and Bernadette Moore ... father ran track in high school 
... mother was born in Guyana and works for Canadian 
Customs ... has three siblings ... cousin, Steven Ademolu, 
plays professional soccer in Europe ... cousin, Oshiomogho 
Atogwe, is a safety for the St. Louis Rams ... plans to major 
in criminology. 

CLEMENT 




LB • 6-2 • 239 • Jr. • 1V 
Westville, N.J. 
(Deptford HS) 



A fourth-year player looking to compete for playing time at 
LEO, a hybird defensive end/linebacker position ... enters 
the fall as a backup at LEO ... has also spent time in his 
career at Sam linebacker. 

As a Sophomore (2007): Played in all 13 games, seeing 
action mostly on special teams ... saw more time as a re- 
serve linebacker and LEO in the second half of the season 
... tallied one tackle on the year, posting an assisted stop 
vs. Florida State (Nov. 17) ... also recovered a fumble vs. 
Florida International (Sept. 8). 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2006): Did not see game action 
... member of the scout team defense. 

As a Freshman (2005): Redshirt season. 

At Deptford High School: A three-year starter at tight end 
and defensive end ... finished his senior year with 79 tackles, 
including 1 8 TFLs and 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 intercep- 
tion 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-Northeast region pick by SuperPrep ... first 
team all-county and all-group as a junior ... team was 23-1 in 
his final two years, winning a pair of state championships ... 
also lettered one year in basketball ... was also recruited by 
Penn State, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Boston 
College and Purdue ... coached by Al Orio. 



Personal: Born July 19, 1987 ... parents are Mary and Jeff 
Clement, Sr. ...majoring in criminology and criminal justice. 

Clement's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int. 



2006 


0-0 





0.0-0 


0.0-0 





0-0 


2007 


13-0 


1 


1 0.0-0 


0.0-0 


1 


0-0 


Career 


13-0 


1 


1 0.0-0 


0.0-0 


1 


0-0 



PHIL 



COSTA 




6-3 -300' Jr. -1V 
Moorestown, N.J. 
(Holy Cross HS) 



A versatile, fourth-year player who will have a chance to 
earn a starting spot on the offensive line this season ... one 
of the strongest players on the team ... started at guard the 
second half of last season due to injuries along the line ... 
enters the fall No. 1 on the depth chart at right guard along 
with Jack Griffin ... one of the Terps' top reserve linemen in 
2006 and 2007 ... can also play center ... an intelligent, hard- 
nosed player with good feet ... earned academic all-league 
honors in 2007 ... earned Iron Terp status in 2006 and 2007 
... owns the all-time record among Terps offensive linemen 
in the clean (420) and is second all-time in the vertical jump 
(35.5 inches) among offensive linemen. 

As a Sophomore (2007): Played in all 13 games on the 
offensive line, starting six, including five at left guard and 
one at right guard ... one of six Terps to earn Academic All- 
ACC honors ... aided running backs Lance Ball and Keon 
Lattimore to rush for nearly 1 ,600 yards and 25 TDs ... also 
helped first-year starting QB Chris Turner post the third- 
best passing efficiency rating in the ACC ... (vs. Villanova) 
... saw action in 33 plays at center and guard ... (vs. FIU) ... 
entered game as a reserve for second consecutive week ... 
(vs. WVU) ... saw action as a reserve at center and guard 
for 12 plays ... (vs. WF) ... saw action in 12 plays along 
the offensive line ... (vs. Rutgers) ... was in on 25 plays 
as a reserve, seeing action mostly at center ... (vs. GT) ... 
saw action as a reserve on 42 plays ... replaced an injured 
Andrew Crummey at right guard in the first half ... (vs. UVA) 
... earned first career start, opening the game at right guard 
for Crummey ... was in on 57 plays to lead all offensive 
linemen ... (vs. Clemson) ... started at left guard in place of 
Jaimie Thomas, who fractured his fibula vs. Virginia ... in on 
64 plays, tops among o-linemen ... (vs. UNC) ... started at 
left guard and saw action in 71 plays ... (vs. BC) ... started 
at left guard and was in on all but one play (65 total) ... 
helped the offense post a season-high 472 total yards ... 
(vs. FSU) ... started at left guard and was in on 66 plays 
... (vs. NCSU) ... started at left guard and saw action on 69 
plays, most among O-linemen ... helped the Terps post a 
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vertical jump his clean of 405 in spring 2007 testing is 



As a Redshirt Freshman (2006): Saw action in two games 
along the offensive line played in the season-opener vs. 
William & Mary and vs West Virginia served as the No. 2 
center spent most of the spnng as the No 1 center with 
Edwin Williams out due to injury. 

As a Freshman (2005): Redshirt season performed 
well enough in practice to make every road tnp. though his 
redshirt was preserved 

At Holy Cross High School: A three-year starter on the 
offensive line .. 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 Camden Couner 
Post ... also first team all-county ... was all-parochial as a 
junior and senior and all-county all three years ... an All-East 
region pick by PrepStar ... team finished 9-2 his senior year, 
advancing to the NJSIAA non-public finals ... very agile ... 
posted a 4.58 pro shuttle time at the Nike Training Camp, 
fifth-best among 7 1 linemen participating . . . personal bests in 
high school were a 335-pound bench and 480-pound squat 
.. also a three-year letterwinner in golf ... also recruited by 
North Carolina. Temple. Minnesota and Syracuse . . . coached 
by Jerry McConnell. 

Personal: Born July 11, 1987 ... parents are Helen and 
Dr. Richard Costa ... brother. Rick Jr., is a linebacker who 
transferred to Maryland at the start of 2006 after spending 
his freshman year at Temple ... father is a former competitive 
bodybuilder who was Mr. New Jersey in 1980 ... an avid 
fisherman ... started lifting weights at age seven ... major- 
ing in cnminology and cnminal justice, and maintains over 
a 3.0 GPA. 



RICK 

I COSTA 




LB • 6-1 • 225 • Sr. • 2V 
Moorestown, N.J. 
(Holy Cross HS / Temple) 



A physical, athletic linebacker who will be in the mix for 
increased playing time this year after an injury-plagued 2007 
... possesses a good motor and has the ability to rush the 
passer ... served as a backup at Sam linebacker in 2006 and 
at Will LB in 2007 ... salflut the spnng to rehab after shoulder 
surgery at the end of 2007. but expected to be ready for fall 
camp ... transferred from Temple prior to the 2005 season 
... has played in 19 career games ... set the school record 
in spring 2006 testing for inside linebackers with a 42-inch 



As a Junior (2007): Played in the first six games at 
linebacker, including one start, but missed the rest of 
the season with injuries ,., (vs. Villanova) ... recorded 
one tackle in a reserve role ... (vs. WVU) ... recorded a 
career-best four tackles, including 1.5 tackles for loss ... 
sacked QB Pat White, forcing and recovenng a fumble 
play prevented West Virginia from sconng on final dnve 
before the half .... (vs. Rutgers) ... played and recorded 
two tackles ... (vs. GT) ,., earned first career start (subbing 
for Erin Henderson at Will LB) and recorded three tackles 
before leaving the game due to injury (sprained neck and 
concussion) ,., missed the spring while recovenng from off- 
season shoulder surgery. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Played in all 13 games as a 
reserve linebacker and special teams performer ... tallied 
12 tackles on the season ... tied for the team lead with two 
fumble recovenes . . . also had a pair of TFLs . . . ( vs. W&M) 
made his first career appearance as a Terp ... hurried Tnbe 
QB Jake Phillips to force a fourth down in the first quarter ... 
(vs. MT) ... had a season-best three tackles, including two 
solo stops, and a fumble recovery ... (vs. Fill) ... tied a season 
high with three tackles, including one solo ... recorded his first 
career TFL that forced fourth down in the second quarter ... 
his QB hurry on the game's final play helped force an inter- 
ception ... (vs. GT) ... finished with two tackles, one solo ... 
pressured the QB which allowed teammate Wesley Jefferson 
to record a sack on a third-down play ... (vs. NCSU) ... had 
three tackles (two solo), and 1-1/2 TFL (eight yards) ... stops 
matched a season high ... combined with David Hollowayfor 
a sack in the fourth quarter ... (vs. FSU) ... recovered a fumble 
in the first quarter that set up the first touchdown of the game 
... while not recording a tackle, pressured the quarterback 
throughout the contest ... (vs. Miami) ... was credited with 
a QB hurry ... (vs. PU. Champs Sports Bowl) ... played but 
did not record any statistics ... missed the first half of the 
following spnng. but started working his way back in at Will 
linebacker as the campaign wore down. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2005): Sat out the season due 
to NCAA transfer rules ... suffered a shoulder injury midway 
through the season which kept him out of practice. 

As a Freshman (2004 at Temple): Redshirt season. 

At Holy Cross High School: Athree-year letterwinner who 
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 touchdowns ... 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 
Couner Post ... was second team all-state and all-area as 
a junior ... also lettered three years in baseball ... first team 
All-South Jersey as a senior, hitting .514 with five homers 
and 36 stolen bases ... coached by Jerry McConnell. 

Personal: Born Dec 22, 1985 in Moorestown. N.J. ... 
parents are Helen and Dr. Richard Costa ... brother, Phil. 
is a offensive lineman in his fourth year with the Terps ... 
father is a former competitive bodybuilder who was Mr. 



New Jersey in 1980 plays the piano and is a 9-handicap 
golfer ... majoring in criminology and criminal justice, and 
maintains over a 3.0 GPA 

Costa's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int. 

2006 13-0 7 5 12 2.0-11 0.5-5 2 0-0 

2007 6-12 7 9 1.0-3 0.5-2 11 0-0 
Career 19-1 9 12 21 3.0-14 10-7 13 0-0 

COVINGTON 




LB • 6-3 ■ 240 • Sr. • 3V 
Bowie, Md. 
(Eleanor Roosevelt HS) 



A three-year starter at LEO. a hybnd defensive end/ 
linebacker position ... has solid pass-rushing skills ... 
durable player who has seen action in all 37 games the 
last three seasons ... has started 34 of the last 35 games 
has worked to improve his size and strength dunng his 
career ... has great feet and uses his hands well ... an Iron 
Terp in 2007 with the third-highest strength index among 
outside linebackers. 





7TTTT7 



As a Junior (2007): Started all 13 regular-season games ... 
posted a career-high 43 tackles on the season ... also had 
two sacks ... (vs. Villanova) ... started and recorded three 
tackles ... helped defense limit the Wildcats to 28 yards 
in the second half ... (vs. FIU) ... recorded three tackles, 
including an assist on a tackle for a loss of one yard ... also 
recorded a pass breakup ... part of a defensive effort that 
limited FIU to 81 yards passing and 82 yards rushing ... (vs. 
WVU) ... had three tackles ... (vs. WF) ... recorded two solo 
tackles, including one for a loss ... (vs. Rutgers) ... had two 
tackles ... (vs. GT) ... recorded four tackles ... (vs. UVA) ... 
had seven tackles ... (vs. Clemson) ... started and made 
one tackle ... (vs. UNC) ... made three tackles, including 
one for a loss of a yard ... (vs. BC) ... had one tackle ... (vs. 
FSU) ... recorded two tackles ... (vs. NCSU) ... made two 
tackles ... (vs. OSU, Emerald Bowl) ... matched his career 
high with nine tackles, including a career-best eight solo 
stops ... equaled his career high with two sacks. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Started 12 of 13 games at LEO 
... ranked 10th on the team in tackles with 41 ... tied for 
fourth on the squad with three pass breakups and tied for 
third with one interception ... (vs. W&M) ... notched five 
total tackles and one pass breakup ... (vs. WVU) ... posted 
seven tackles, four solo, a half-sack and a pass breakup 
... (vs. GT) ... played but did not start, snapping a string 
of 13 straight starts ... (vs. UVA) ... recorded four tackles 
(three solo) ... (vs. NCSU) ... notched two tackles (one solo) 
... the solo tackle was an 8-yard sack ... (vs. Clemson) ... 
posted a season-high eight tackles (five solo) ... (vs. Miami) 
... made a key interception, the first of his career, in the 
fourth quarter ... also notched seven tackles (three solo) 
and a pass breakup ... (vs. WF) ... notched seven tackles 
(two solo) ... (vs. PU. Champs Sports Bowl) ... tallied one 
tackle in the victory. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2005): Played in all 11 games, 
starting the final nine at LEO ... finished the season with 39 
tackles (15 solo), 5.5 tackles for loss, three sacks and three 
passes batted down ... (vs. Navy) ... recorded two tackles 
in first college game ... (vs. WVU) ... made first career start 
at defensive end ... finished with a career-high nine tackles, 
including five unassisted ... (at WFU) ... recorded four tackles 
and one pass breakup ... brought down QB Ben Mauk behind 
the line of scrimmage with :37 seconds to go in the first half 
for his first career sack ... named ACC Rookie of the Week ... 
(vs. UVA) ... finished with four tackles, including a career-high 
two sacks ... sacked Marques Hagans from behind to set up 
third-and-15 in the second quarter ... sacked Hagans again to 
set up a fourth down late in the first half ... (vs. VT) ... matched 
a career-best with nine tackles, including three unassisted ... 
teamed with Jeremy Navarre to stop the Virginia Tech ball 
carrier for a loss in the first quarter ... (at NCSU) ... registered 
three tackles, including one for a loss. 

As a Freshman (2004): 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. 



At Greenbelt High School: A three-year letterwinner and 
starter ... finished his senior season with 112 tackles, 19 
sacks, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, one 
blocked punt and two batted-down passes ...recorded 
92 tackles, 13 sacks, 17 TFLs and two interceptions as a 
junior ... an all-state selection by the Associated Press ... 
first team All-Met by The Washington Post ... named to the 
PrepStar "Dream Team" as one of the best 150 players in 
the country ... a SuperPrep 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 ... coached by Rick Houchens. 

Personal: Born Nov. 23, 1986 ... parents of George and 
Deborah Covington . . . given first name is George ... majoring 
in kinesiology . . . carried better than a 3.0 grade-point aver- 
age in high school ... worked an internship his senior year of 
high school with the Department of Agriculture. 

Covington's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int. 



2005 


11-9 


15 24 39 5.5-24 


3.0-14 








3 


2006 


13-12 


13 28 41 1.5-8 


1.5-8 








3 1-0 


2007 


13-13 


20 23 43 4.5-10 


2.0-7 





1 


1 0-0 


Career 


37-34 


48 75 123 11.542 


6.5-29 





1 


7 1-0 



RIC ARDO 

DACOSTA 




DL • 6-2 • 250 • Sr. • SQ 
Bronx, N.Y. 
(DeWitt Clinton HS / 

Erie Community College) 



A third-year player who provides depth along the defensive 
line ... worked at LEO during the spring. 

As a Junior (2007): Did not see game action ... named the 
defensive scout team player of the week leading up to the 
Wake Forest game. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Did not see game action. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2005 at Erie Community 
College): Saw action along the defensive line in 14 games 
... blocked two FGs, including a game-winning attempt. 




As a Freshman (2004 at Erie Community College): 

Redshirted. 

At DeWitt Clinton High School: An All-Burrough defensive 
lineman ... tallied 12 sacks as a senior ... coached by Ed 
Guardia. 

Personal: Born July 13, 1986 in Jamaica ... mother is 
Jacqueline Goldson ... has two siblings, Sean (8) and 
Samantha (12) ... an economics major ... graduated from 
Erie C.C. with honors. 

I A N 

DAVIDSON 




DL • 6-3 • 280 • Fr. • RS 
Alexandria, Va. 
(St. Stephens & St. Agnes HS) 

A second-year defensive lineman who will have a chance 
to see time in the fall ... a physical player who moves well 
laterally ... enters the fall as a backup at defensive tackle. 

As a Freshman (2007): Served a redshirt season ... named 
the scout team defensive player of the week leading up to 
the Clemson game. 

At St. Stephens & St. Agnes High School: A four-year 
starter on both the offensive and defensive lines ... ranked 
No. 50 nationally among defensive tackles by Scouts, Inc. 
... No. 23 on Rivals.com's top 30 Virginia prospects ... a first- 
team all-state selection as a senior on the offensive line ... 
also a second-team All-Met choice by The Washington Post 
... a consensus first team All-IAC choice ... earned a spot on 
the Charlotteville Daily Progress Silver List ... served as team 
captain as a senior and captured team MVP honors ... had 
69 tackles, including nine tackles for loss and two sacks, in 
2006 ... also forced two fumbles, had three QB hurries and 
two pass break-ups ... was also a standout wrestler ... named 
all-league heavyweight wrestler and finished third in the state 
among private schools ... recruited by Boston College, NC 
State, Rutgers, and Virginia ... coached by David Holm. 

Personal: Born Sept. 21, 1988 ... parents are Peter and 
Linda Davidson ... plays the acoustic and electric bass guitar 
... enrolled in letters and sciences. 



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■6-0-195-Sr. -SQ 

Silver Spring, Md. 
(Northwest HS / 
Delaware State) 



A speedy third-year defensive back who adds depth at 
comerback. 

As a Junior (2007): Did not see game action ... named the 
scout team defensive player of the week leading up to the 
North Carolina game. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Sat out while fulfilling NCAA 
transfer requirements. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2005 at Delaware State): 
Played in eight games ... totaled six tackles and one forced 
fumble on the season ... scored first TD of the 2006 Red- 
White game. 

As a Freshman (2004 at Delaware State): Redshirt 
season 

At Northwest High School: Helped lead the team to the 

2002 and 2003 Maryland 3A West Region championships 
... recorded five interceptions, four forced fumbles, six 
blocked kicks and one fumble recovery as a senior ... the 

2003 Montgomery County Special Teams Player of the 
Year ... an honorable mention all-county choice in 2002 and 
2003 ... also lettered in track and field, leading his squad to 
three Maryland 3A West Region titles ... a two-time state 
runner-up in the 110-meter hurdles ... coached by Randy 
Trivers 



Personal: Bom July 11. 1986 in Nashville. Tenn. 
is Jannie Bright .. mother is from Libena. 



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Dairies' Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int. 
2005* 8-0 3 3 6 0-0 0-0 1 " 0-0 



2006 Sal out due to NCAA transfer rules 


2007 OO-O OU-0 


0-0 


Career 8-0 3 3 6 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 


04 


' at Delaware State 





6-2 • 195 • Fr. ■ 

Forestville, 
(Forestville HS) 

A talented first-year player who completed his high school 
curriculum a semester early ... an intelligent, polished 
receiver with excellent size and soft hands . . enrolled in 
Maryland in January and participated in spring ball ... will 
be a true freshman in the fall. 

At Forestville High School: One of the top wide receivers 
in the nation as a senior ... started at both wide receiver and 
free safety ... a PrepStar All-American ... labeled a four- 
star recruit by Rivals.com and Scout.com ... No. 77 on Tom 
Lemming's Top 100 recruits in the nation ... the fourth-best 
prospect in the Mid-Atlantic region by SuperPrep and the 
third-ranked player in the state of Maryland by Rivals.com 
... also ranked No. 3 in Maryland by Scout.com ... mem- 
ber of the Rivals 250 ... rated as the 1 9th-best receiver in 
the nation by Rivals.com and 25th by Scout.com ... ranked 
No. 57 nationally among wide receivers by Scouts. Inc. 
... caught 30 passes for 1.025 yards and 13 touchdowns 
as a junior in 2006 ... followed that up with 50 catches for 
902 yards and 11 scores in 2007 ... had four interceptions 
as a junior, and seven more as a senior ... also scored 
touchdowns on an 81-yard kickoff return, a 60-yard inter- 
ception return, and a run off of a fake punt during his senior 
campaign ... a strong student who graduated early ... also 
recruited by Illinois. Connecticut and Marshall coached 
by Charles Haley. 

Personal: Born Feb. 23, 1990 ... parents are John and 
Adnenne Dorsey ... has two sisters, Latasha and Aleisha 
... served as the commandant of his high school ... inter- 
ested in majoring in business management. 



LS • 6-0 • 245 • Fr. • RS 
Derry. Pa. 
(Derry HS) 



A second-year long snapper who adds depth to the posi- 
tion ... rated among the top long snappers in the nation in 
high school. 

As a Freshman (2007): Redshirt season 

At Derry Area High School: A three-year letterwinner in 
football ... Keystone Conference All-Star in 2006 ... rated 
No 6 long snapper in the country by Ray Guy as a senior 
... also lettered one year each in baseball and track & field 
... Derry Area Scholar Athlete Award winner ... made the 
honor roll every grading penod in four years ... coached 
by Ron Polinsky. 

Personal: Born Dec. 30, 1988 in Latrobe Pa. ... parents 
are Roger and Tracey Downs ... has two brothers, Tony, 
24. and Ben. 22 ... brother Ben played baseball at the The 
College of Wooster (Ohio) . . . majoring in history/secondary 
education. 

WEBB 



DULIN 




WR'5-8'165-Fr.«RS 
Easton. Md. 
(Easton HS) 



A second-year player who adds depth to the wide receiver 
position ... joined the team last season ... valuable mem- 
ber of the scout team ... posted the highest strength index 
among receivers in spring testing. 

As a Freshman (2007): Redshirt season. 

At Easton High School: Lettered one season ... All-Bay- 
side Conference Second-Team selection, averaging 21 
yards per catch and more than 20 yards per punt return 
... also lettered one season in baseball ... member of the 
National Honor Society ... coached by Bill Butler. 







TERRAPIN PROFILES 



Personal: Born May 27, 1988 in Easton, Md. ... parents 
are Webb and Dawn Dulin ... enjoys hunting and travel- 
ing ... gives back to the community by visiting children's 
hospitals ... majoring in kinesiology. 

DEREK 

DRUMMOND 




LB • 6-3 • 232 • Fr. • RS 

Pomfret, Md. 
(McDonough HS) 



A speedy, athletic player who has seen time at outside line- 
backer and LEO, a hybrid defensive end/linebacker posi- 
tion ... enters the fall as a backup at LEO. 

As a Freshman (2007): Redshirted 

At McDonough High School: A two-way threat who con- 
tributed on offense and defense ... played TE, WR, OLB, 
and SS ... the Gatorade Player of the Year in the state of 
Maryland ... also a consensus first-team all-state choice ... 
ranked No. 70 nationally among tight ends by Scouts, Inc. ... 
an all-Met honorable mention selection by The Washington 
Post . . . earned All-SMAC and all-county honors in 2006 . . . 
posted 89 tackles, including two sacks, and two interceptions 
as a senior ... also had 22 receptions for 450 yards and 11 
touchdowns ... transferred from Penn Hills High School in 
Pittsburgh, Pa., where he starred at tight end, helping lead 
the Indians to a QUAD East Championship ... also recruited 
by Pittsburgh, Florida State and Iowa ... coached by David 
Bradshaw. 

Personal: Born April 9, 1988 ... parents are Nancy and 
Darnell Jones ... enjoys playing basketball ... member 
of the honor roll in high school ... enrolled in letters and 
sciences. 



EVAN 



EASTBURN 




OL • 6-1 • 285 • So. • SQ 
Boulder, Colo. 
(Fairview HS) 



A powerful, third-year offensive lineman who enters the fall 
as a reserve at center ... has earned Iron Terp status each 



of the last two springs ... posted the fifth-highest strength 
index on the team (second among offesnive linemen) in 
spring 2008 testing ... had the third-fastest 40-yard dash 
time among offensive linemen. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2007): Did not see game action 
... spent time as a reserve guard and center ... named scout 
team offensive player of the week leading up to the Wake 
Forest game ... made the travel squad for the trips to Wake 
Forest and Florida State ... posted the 10th-highest strength 
index on the team (third among the offensive line) in spring 
testing ... recorded a squat of 660 in the spring, the highest 
among offensive linemen. 

As a Freshman (2006): Redshirt season. 

At Fairview High School: A two-year starter who played 
center, defensive line and fullback in short yardage situa- 
tions ... 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 
1 4th-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 
... attended Bergen Catholic High School in New Jersey his 
sophomore year ... was teammates at Bergen Catholic with 
current Terp Isaiah Williams ... also recruited by Purdue, 
Clemson, San Diego State and Colorado ... coached by 
Tom McCartney (son of Bill McCartney). 

Personal: Born Nov. 11, 1987 ... parents are Greg and Tern 
Eastburn ... is the first known Terp gridder from the state of 
Colorado ... majoring in communications. 

DANNY 

EDWARDS 




OL • 6-1 • 276 • So. • SQ 

Frederick, Md. 

(Tuscarora HS) 



A third-year offensive lineman who adds depth in the middle 
... enters the fall No. 2 on the depth chart at center. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2007): Did not see game ac- 
tion. 

As a Freshman (2006): Redshirt season. 

At Tuscarora High School: A three-year starter on the 
offensive side of the ball ... scored three TDs as the starting 
fullback in 2003 ... started along the offensive line as a junior 
and senior ... an honorable mention all-state choice in 2005 



... an all-county and all-league selecion in his junior and 
senior seasons ... played in the 2005 Baltimore Touchdown 
Club All-Star game ... also played four years of baseball ... 
coached by Shawn Carey. 

Personal: Born Feb. 2, 1 988 in Silver Spring, Md. ... parents 
are Julie and John Edwards ... majoring in kinesiology and 
would like to coach high school football. 

EGEKEZE 




PK-6-2'210'Sr.-2V 
Augusta, Ga. 
(Westside HS) 



A fourth-year place-kicker who enters the fall as the starter 
after an impressive 2007 season ... possesses a strong leg 
... had not attempted a kick in a regular-season contest until 
the 2007 season-opener ... his 73.9 percent career field- 
goal accuracy rate (17 of 23) ranks sixth in school history ... 
handled the majority of kickoff duties as a sophomore ... an 
academic all-conference performer as a junior. 

As a Junior (2007): An impressive first season as the 
starting place-kicker ... played in all 13 games and ranked 
sixth in the ACC in kick scoring (6.7 ppg) ... also sixth in 
the league in overall scoring ... eighth in the ACC in field 
goal percentage (73.9) ... ranked eighth in the ACC and 
tied for 43rd nationally in field goals per game (1.31) ... did 
not miss a PAT all season ... his 36 PATs rank seventh on 
the Maryland single-season list ... his 87 points tied for 12th 
on Maryland's all-time single-season scoring list ... hit 13 
of 14 field goals (92.9 percent) during league games, the 
top mark in the ACC ... one of six Terps to earn Academic 
AII-ACC honors ... tabbed the team's top special teams 
performer ... (vs. Villanova) ... connected on the first field 
goal of his career, from 42 yards out ... hit all four of his 
PATs ... (vs. FIU) ... hit 1 of 2 field goal attempts, connecting 
from 36 yards out but missing from 52 ... the missed kick 
had the distance, but sailed wide left ... hit all three of his 
PAT attempts ... (vs. WVU) ... connected on both of his 
extra point attempts ... (vs. WF) ... hit on his only field goal 
attempt from 38 yards out, and hit all three of his PATs 
... firs. Rutgers) ... connected on field goals of 26 and 37 
yards, hit all four of his PATs ... went 2-for-5 in FGAs ... firs. 
GT) ... went 4-for-4 on PATs ... firs. UVA) ... hit both of his 
PATs, and made his only field goal attempt from 41 yards 
out ... (vs. Clemson) ... made a 35-yard field goal and both 
of his PATs ... firs. UNC) ... connected on both his field goal 
attempts (26 and 29) and an extra point ... (vs. BC) ... hit 
both his field goal attempts (28 and 25 yards) and all four 
of his PATs ... (vs. FSU) ... hit a career-high three of his four 
field-goal attempts, including a career-long 46-yarder ... 



ECRUITING GUI 






missed once (also from 46 yards), snapping a career-best 
streak of eight consecutive conversions (vs. NCSU) 
connected on two field goals ol 30 yards and one from 34 
hil all lour ol his PATs (vs. OSU. Emerald Bowl) missed 
his only attempt, a 32-yarder. early in the fourth quarter ... 
hit 1 of 2 field-goal attempts in the 2007 Red-While game ,.. 
went 6 of 9 in FGA in three spnng scnmmages 

As a Sophomore (2006J: Played in 10 games, handling 
kickoff duties 14 of his 45 kickoffs (31 percent) went 
for louchbacks (vs. W&M] ... handled kickoff duties for 
the first time in his career had six kicks with two going 
for louchbacks ... (vs. MT) ... handled kickoff duties ... 
forced louchbacks on two of six kicks ... (vs. NCSU) ... 
handled kickoff duties and booted three-of-seven kicks 
for louchbacks ... (vs FSU) ... split the kickoff duties with 
Chns Roberts, booming all four of his kicks into the end 
zone for louchbacks ... (vs. Clemson) ... split kickoff duties, 
with a 650-yard average on his two kicks ... (vs. Miami) 
... handled kickoff duties, with two of three kicks going for 
louchbacks (vs SO ... handled kickoff duties ... (vs. WF) 
.. handled kickoff duties with one going for a touchback ... 
(vs PU. Champs Sports Bowl) ... kicked off five times. 

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

As a Freshman (2004): Redshirt season. 



At Westside High School: A three-year starter who handled 
place-kicking and punting duties in his tenure with the Patri- 
ots ..was 9 of 11 on field goals and 21-for-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 louchbacks on 40 
kicks in 2003 ... was 8 of 12 on field goals and 26-for-28 on 
PATs as a junior ... an all-state and all-conference selection 
as a junior and senior an all-area pick as a sophomore 
and senior ... all-Dixie region by SuperPrep as a senior 
a PrepStar all-region pick as well ... also a three-year 
letterwinner in soccer and basketball ... also recruited by 
Georgia, Ohio State, Texas and Penn State ... coached by 
Gerald Barnes. 

Personal: Born Nov. 8. 1985 ... full name is Chukweume 
Obi Egekeze ... name is pronounced choo-kweh-MEH-kuh 
egg-uh-KAY-zuh (or just OH-bee) ...son of Uzoma Egekeze 
.. brother. Ndu, played on Penn State's basketball team ... 
other brother (Nkem) played soccer at Mercer . member 
of the National Honor Society who carried a 3.86 GPA as a 
prep ... graduated in May. 2008 with a degree in finance ... 
pursuing a double-major in international business. 

Egekeze's Career Statistics 



M Ol S E 

FOKOU 



Kicking 


G-GS FG-A XP-A 20-29 30-39 40-49 


50* 


i-q 


Pts 


2006 


10-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 


0-0 


r, 





2007 


13-0 17-23 36-36 6-6 8-11 34 


0-2 


46 


87 


Career 


23-0 17-23 36-36 6-6 8-11 3-4 


0-2 


46 


87 



FAIELLA 





OL • 6-4 • 305 • Fr. • RS 

Freehold, N.J. 
(Freehold Township HS) 



A second-year offensive lineman who enters the fall as a 
reserve at guard. 

As a Freshman (2007): Served a redshirt season 

At Freehold Township High School: A two-year starter and 
three-year letterwinner along the offensive line ... did not 
allow any sacks his senior season ... earned first team All- 
Shore and All-Group 4 honors, as well as third team all-state 
m 2006 ... a three-year letterwinner on the basketball team 
as well ... also recruited by Rutgers. Connecticut. Temple, 
Virginia and Duke ... coached by Dom Lepore. 

Personal: Bom Feb. 8. 1989 ... parents are Ralph and The- 
resa Faiella . . father played football for Division III Lycoming 
College ... majoring in cnminology and criminal justice. 




LB • 6-2 • 225 • Sr. • 2V 
Rockville, Md. 
(The Bullis School/Frostburg State) 

An athletic, versatile linebacker who walked on pnor to the 
2005 season and has turned himself into one of the top 
defensive players on the team ... one of the team's fastest 
linebackers ... also has a nose for the ball ... among ACC 
leaders in forced fumbles in each of the last two seasons 
... the returning starter at Sam linebacker ... also one of the 
team's top special-teams players ... sat out the spnng while 
recovering from off-season shoulder surgery, but expected 
to be ready for fall camp ... played one season at Frostburg 
State ... came out of nowhere in 2005 to be one of the 
surprise defensive scout team players ... has played in all 
26 games the last two seasons. 

As a Junior (2007): Started all 13 games at Sam linebacker 
... third on the team with 84 tackles and fourth in tackles for 
loss (7.0) ... ranked 20th in the ACC in tackles per game 
(6.5) ... averaged 7.9 tackles over the final seven regular- 
season games ... had a team-high 17 special-teams 
tackles ... tied for first on the team in forced fumbles (three) 
... tied for seventh in the ACC (0.23 pg) in that category 
... (vs. Villanova) ... earned his first career start as a Terp. 
and had five tackles, including one sack for a loss of five 
yards ... (vs. FIU) ... earned second consecutive start and 
recorded three tackles, including one for a loss ... part of a 
defensive effort that limited FIU to 81 yards passing and 82 
yards rushing ... (vs. WVU) ... recorded eight tackles, the 
second highest total on the team ... (vs. WF) ... had two 
solo tackles ... (vs. Rutgers) ... recorded four solo tackles 
and a fumble recovery ... (vs. 67) ... made a career-high 11 
tackles, second most on the team ... (vs. UVA) ... made 10 
tackles, tied for second most on the team ... (vs. Clemson) 
... recorded 10 tackles, reaching double-digit stops for 
the third straight game ... (vs. UNC) ... had four tackles, 
including a sack for a loss of six yards ... also forced a 
fumble ... (vs. BC) ... made five tackles, including four 
solo ... (vs. FSU) ... second on the team with nine tackles, 
including one for a loss ... also forced a fumble and broke 
up a pass ... his six solo stops led the team ... (vs. NCSU) ... 
tied for second on the team with six tackles, including one 
tackle for loss ... (vs. OSU. Emerald Bowl) ... had seven 
tackles, including a career-high seven solo stops ... had a 
career-best two tackles for loss ... also forced a fumble and 
had his first career interception ... opened the spring at Will 
LB before moving to Sam. 



TERRAPIN PROFILES 



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As a Redshirt Sophomore (2006): Played in all 
13 games as a reserve linebacker and on special 
teams ... spent most of the season as Erin Henderson's 
backup at Will LB ... tallied 21 tackles on the season ... 
tied for fifth in the ACC in forced fumbles (0.18 per game) ... 
(vs. W&M) ... saw first career action as a Terp ... recovered 
a punt blocked by Josh Wilson ... (vs. MT) ... recorded a 
season-best five tackles, three solo... one of his unassisted 
tackles was for a loss ... also forced two fumbles, one of 
which was recovered by Mack Frost in the first quarter ... 
(vs. WVU) ... posted one solo tackle for a 3-yard loss ... (vs. 
FIU) ... matched a season-best with five tackles, including 
one solo stop... (vs. GT) ... posted four tackles (three solo) 
... (vs. Clemson) ... recorded one tackle ... (vs. Miami) ... 
notched one solo tackle ... (vs. WF) ... posted one tackle ... 
(vs. PU, Champs Sports Bowl) ... recorded one tackle. 

As a Sophomore (2005): 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. 

As a Freshman (2004 at Frostburg State): Played in all 
10 games, finishing second on the team in tackles with 70 
... also posted 5.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks and blocked 
a pair of kicks ... posted a then career-high 10 tackles in 
two games. 

At Bullis School: A two-year letterwinner who 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 ... coached by Walt King. 

Personal: Born Aug. 28, 1985 in Cameroon ... French 
pronunciation of his name is MOE-ees, but goes by Moses 
... parents are Jean-Marie and Louise Takougre ... legal 
guardian was Debbie Dyson ... brother, Achille Kolla, is a 
defensive back on Catholic University's football team ... a 
criminal justice major. 



Fokou's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int. 



2004' 


10-10 34 36 70 5.540 1.5-11 








0-0 


2005 


Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules 








2006 


13-0 12 9 21 1.5-3 0.0-0 2 








0-0 


2007 


13-13 49 35 84 7.0-19 2.0-11 3 


1 


1 


1-0 


Career 


36-23 95 80 175 14.0-62 3.5-22 5 


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MACK 

FROST 




6-5 • 252 • Sr. • 3V 
Columbia, S.C. 
(Spring Valley HS) 



An athletic fifth-year defensive end who saw plenty of 
action last year before suffering a season-ending knee 
injury ... has good size and possesses a 35.5-inch vertical 
jump (third all-time among DLs) ... sat out the spring to 
continue rehabbing his knee, but expected to assume the 
No. 1 spot at defensive end in the fall ... has played in 26 
career games. 

As a Junior (2007): Played in the first seven games as 
a reserve defensive end before suffering a season-ending 
knee injury ... played mostly in pass-rushing situtations ... 
(vs. FIU) ... played and recorded one tackle ... (vs. WVU) 
... recorded a career-high five tackles, including two for a 
combined loss of eight yards ... tackled QB Pat White for a 
6-yard loss when the Mountaineers had first-and-goal from 
the Terrapin 2-yard line ... West Virginia failed to score on 
that drive ... (vs. Rutgers) ... recorded the first unassisted 
sack of his career when he grabbed Mike Teel nine yards 
behind the line of scrimmage in the fourth quarter ... sack 
was the first allowed by Rutgers on the year ... also had 
one pass breakup ... (vs. GT) ... assisted on one tackle ... 
suffered a season-ending knee injury in the second half ... 
had a solid preseason camp to find himself in the defensive 
line rotation ... saw extensive time as the No. 1 DE in the 
spring due to an injury to Jeremy Navarre. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Played in all 13 games as a 
reserve along the defensive line ... tallied eight tackles on 
the season ... (vs. W&M) ... posted one unassisted tackle 
and a QB hurry ... (vs. MT) ... recorded one unassisted 
tackle and recovered a fumble ... (vs. GT) ... notched a 
solo tackle ... (vs. UVA) ... posted one solo tackle ... (vs. 
NCSU) ... notched one tackle ... (vs. Miami) ... recorded 
one tackle ... (vs. BC) ... notched one solo tackle ... (vs. 
WF)... recorded one solo tackle ... (vs. PU. Champs Sports 
Bowl) ... played but did not record any stats. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2005): Saw action in six games 
(vs. Navy, Clemson, WVU, Temple, NC and NC State) as 
a reserve defensive lineman ... finished the season with 



three tackles and batted down a pass ... (vs. Clemson) 
... posted a season-best two tackles (both solo) ... (at NC 
St.) ... posted his first career pass breakup, batting down a 
Marcus Stone pass. 

As a Freshman (2004): Redshirt season ... named defen- 
sive scout team player of the week for his work leading up 
to the Georgia Tech game. 

At Spring Valley High School: A three-year starter who 
notched 45 tackles, including five TFLs and three sacks, 
four forced fumbles and an interception as a senior despite 
missing the first three games with a high ankle sprain . . . best 
season as a prep was his junior year, when he finished with 
77 tackles, five sacks and 11 QB hurries ... an all-state pick 
by the High 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 All-American ... third team All-South 
by Fox Sports Net ... also lettered two years in basketball ... 
also recruited by Auburn, Florida, South Carolina and Virginia 
... coached by Jimmy Noonan. 

Personal: Born Feb. 13, 1986 ... parents are Mack and 
Cynthia Frost ... carried better than a 3.3 grade-point aver- 
age as a prep ... born in Louisiana and loves cajun food ... 
a communications major who graduated in May, 2008 ... 
pursuing a master's in public health. 



Frost's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU 


Int. 


2005 6-0 2 13 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 


0-0 


2006 13-0 6 2 8 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 


0-0 


2007 7-0 2 7 9 3.5-19 1.5-11 2 


0-0 


Career 26-0 10 10 20 3.5-19 1.5-11 1 3 


0-0 



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TE • 6-4 • 230 • Fr. • HS 

Flemington, N.J. 

(Hunterdon Central Regional HS/ 

The Hun School) 

A tall, athletic tight end with good hands ... completed 
his high school curriculum a semester early ... enrolled in 
Maryland in January ... was limited in spring practice due 
to a shoulder injury ... will be a true freshman in the fall ... 
expected to compete for time at tight end or h-back. 

At The Hun School: Helped lead the Raiders to a 9-0 
record, the team's first undefeated season since 1991 ... 
hauled in a touchdown in a 21-18 win over Valley Forge 
Academy ... coached by Dave Dudeck. 



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At Hunterdon Central Regional High School: A four-star 
recruit by Scout com ... an all-state and all-county selec- 
tion as a senior in 2006 when he had 28 catches for 400 
yards and four touchdowns also netted 76 tackles and 
eight sacks on the defensive side of the ball as Hunterdon 
finished 9-3 and won the state championship in 2006 ... 
also lettered in lacrosse, where he led Hunterton to three 
consecutive state titles (2005-07) an all-state and hon- 
orable mention All-Amencan selection in lacrosse team 
won conference championships in 2006 and 2007 ... also 
recruited by Pittsburgh. North Carolina, and Vanderbilt ... 
coached by Matt Perorti 

Personal: Born June 19. 1989 parents are Nancy and 
Roger Furstenburg . . father played football at Richmond . . . 
has two older sisters, Jill, who plays basketball at College 
of Charleston, and Allison, who plays lacrosse at Richmond 
also has a younger brother, Mike . . . enjoys hunting and 
fishing . considenng kinesiology for a major. 



D EEG E 

GALT 




Silver Spring, I 
(Good Counsel HS) 

A hard-working, fourth-year player who adds depth along 
the defensive line ... enters the fall as a backup at defensive 
end 

As a Sophomore (2007): Did not see game action ... served 
as a reserve defensive tackle for most of season. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2006): Did not see any game 
action after suffenng a knee injury in the summer. 

As a Freshman (2005): Redshirt season ... member of the 
scout team defense. 

At Good Counsel High School: A three-year letterwinner 
and two-year starter . . . team captain who finished his senior 
season with 53 tackles, including 15 TFLs and six sacks. 
10 QB hurries, two fumble recovenes, two pass breakups 
and a blocked punt ... a second team Big School all-state 
selection and All-Met pick (Washington Post) ... first team 
All-WCAC ... named to George Michael's Golden 11 team ... 
an All-Atlantic region selection by PrepStar... a Mid-Atlantic 
all-region pick by SuperPrep ... helped lead Good Counsel 
to an 11-1 record with its first loss coming in the state title 
game to DeMatha ... finished No. 2 in the state after the 30-29 
thriller ... lettered two years in basketball ... also recruited 
by Boston College. Virginia. Army and James Madison ... 
coached by Bob Milloy. 



Personal: Born March 12. 1987 16 minutes before twin 
brother and fellow Terp, Tommy full name is Dwight Gait IV 
... parents are Jan and Dwight Gait III ..father is Maryland's 
long-time director of strength and conditioning ... nickname 
is pronounced DEEJ ... a familty science major, 

TOMMY 



GALT 




TE • 6-5 • 260 • Jr. • 1V 
Silver Spring, Md. 
(Good Counsel HS) 



A fourth-year player who has shown promise as a tight end 
... enters the fall No. 2 on the depth chart at tight end ... has 
also seen time on special teams ... serves as a reserve 
long-snapper ... plays more in the mold of Maryland's "big" 
or blocking tight ends ... clean of 370 in spring 2007 testing 
is second only to Vernon Davis all-time among Terp TEs. 

As a Sophomore (2007): Played in all 13 games ... saw 
action in each game on the PAT/FG team ... also saw action 
as a reserve tight end. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2006): Played in one game as a 
reserve tight end ... served as the back-up long-snapper ... 
saw action vs. Wake Forest in the regular-season finale ... 
named offensive scout team player of the week for his work 
leading up to the Virginia game. 

As Freshman (2005): Redshirt season. 

At Good Counsel High School: A three-year letterwinner 
and two-year starter ... team captain who finished his senior 
season with 71 tackles, including 11 TFLs and five sacks. 
11 QB hurnes, three fumble recoveries, two interceptions 
and two pass breakups ... also had three receptions for 71 
yards ... a consensus first team all-state selection ... also 
named second team All-Met (Washington Post) and first 
team All-WCAC ... a Maryland Dream Team and George 
Michael Golden 11 pick ... the 19th-rated player in the state 
of Maryland by Rivals.com ... an All-Atlantic region selection 
by PrepStar... a Mid-Atlantic all-region pick by SuperPrep ... 
helped lead Good Counsel to an 1 1 -1 record with its first loss 
coming in the state title game to DeMatha ... team finished 
second in the state after the 30-29 loss ... lettered two years 
in basketball ... also recruited by Boston College. Virginia. 
Army and James Madison ... coached by Bob Milloy. 

Personal: Born March 12. 1987. 16 minutes after twin 
brother and fellow Terp. Deege ... parents are Jan and 
Dwight Gait III ... father is the Terps' long-time director of 
strength and conditioning ... a criminal justice major. 



DREW 



GLOSTER 




TE-6-4-240- So. • 1V 

Germantown, Md. 
(Good Counsel HS) 



A talented third-year player who figures into the rotation at 
tight end and H-back this fall possesses good speed ... 
enters the fall No. 1 on the depth chart at H-back. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2007) Played in 11 games as 
a reserve tight end/H-back and on special teams ... did 
not see action vs. FSU and NC State ... did not record any 
catches. 

As a Freshman (2006) Redshirt season. 

At Good Counsel High School A three-year starter who 
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 selection ... 
first team All-Metro by the Washington Post and the Pigskin 
Club ... first team All-WCAC and all-county ... named to 
George Michaels 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 All-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 ... also recruited 
by Virginia Tech. Georgia. Miami, Penn State and Oklahoma 
... played with current Terps Tommy and Deege Gait ... 
coached by Bob Milloy. 

Personal Bom Aug. 10. 1988 ... parents are Terry and 
Jocelyn Gloster ... father is a Montgomery County police 
officer ... grandfather. Sandy Stephens, was an All-America 
quarterback - the first in school history - who led Minnesota 
to the Rose Bowl in 1960 and 1961 while finishing fourth in 
balloting for the 1961 Heisman Trophy ... a communica- 
tions major 




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ANDREW 

GONNELLA 




OL • 6-5 • 285 • Fr. • RS 

Monroe, N.Y. 
(Monroe-Woodberry HS) 



A second-year player who adds depth along the offensive 
line ... serves as a reserve tackle. 

As a Freshman (2007): Redshirt season. 

At Monroe-Woodberry High School: Played on the 2005 
NYS Class AA state champions and played in another 
state title game ... a second team section-nine selection 
in 2006 ... standout student, graduating with a 4.04 GPA 
... received advanced regions diploma ... coached by Pat 
D'Aliso. 

Personal: Born Dec. 22, 1989 in New York, N.Y. ...par- 
ents are Alfonso and Michelle Gonnella ... has one brother, 
Alfonso, 8 ... nephew of former Maryland consensus All- 
America offensive tackle J.D. Maarleveld, who played two 
seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ... works with his 
father in real estate in the summer, as well as his pool com- 
pany ... enrolled in letters and sciences. 

MORGAN 



GREEN 




■5-11 '215' So. -SQ 

White Plains, Md. 

(Lackey HS / 

Hargrave Military Academy) 

A third-year tailback who should battle for a starting role this 
fall ... forms an impressive potential 1-2 punch with Da'Rel 
Scott ... has good speed and can make defenders miss ... 
suffered through an injury-riddled 2007 ... earned Iron Terp 
status the last three springs ... recorded the third-highest 
strength index on the team in spring 2008 testing. 



As a Redshirt Freshman (2007): Saw action in the season 
opener vs. Villanova but was shelved with a hamstring injury 
for the next six games ... did not see action in the final six 
games of the year ... emerged from the spring as the No. 3 
tailback behind Keon Lattimore and Lance Ball ... recorded 
the second-highest strength index on the team in spring 
testing, which included a 405-pound bench and 575-pound 
squat ... after an impressive spring, suffered a broken clavicle 
in the Red-White Game which required surgery ... rehabbed 
over the summer and was ready for fall camp. 

As a Freshman (2006): Redshirt season ... an early enrollee 
who joined the Terps for spring camp ... the second-stron- 
gest tailback, pound-for-pound, of those who tested in the 
spring. 

At Hargrave Military Academy: Spent the 2005 season at 
the Chatham, Va., school ... on a talent-rich team, rushed 
21 times for 151 yards (7.2 avg.) with one touchdown ... 
coached by Robert Prunty. 

At Lackey High School: A three-year starter ... one of the 
region's leading rushers from 2002-04 . . . finished his career 
fifth on Maryland's all-time rushing list with 5,133 yards ... 
rushed 209 times for 1 ,363 yards with 23 touchdowns as a 
senior despite missing six games with a hamstring injury 
... season-best effort came in the opener when he ran for 
220 yards on 23 carries with six touchdowns ... top season 
as a prep was 2003 when he ran for 2,630 yards on 360 
carries with 26 TDs ... rushed for over 1,200 yards as a 
sophomore ... was Big School second team all-state and first 
team All-SMAC as a senior ... a PrepStar and SuperPrep 
All-American ... rated as the 14th-best RB prospect in the 
nation by SuperPrep ... the sixth-rated player (regardless 
of position) in the state and 12th-rated tailback nationally 
by Rivals.com ... consensus first team all-state and All-Met 
(Washington Post) as a junior ... also a member of George 
Michael's Golden 11 team that season and conference MVP 
... rated by ESPN. corn's Tom Lemming as the No. 8 prep 
fullback in the nation . . . team went 1 3-1 his senior year, falling 
in the state 3A title game (he rushed for 1 27 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 ... coached by Scott Chadwick. 

Personal: Born March 7, 1987 ... parents are James and 
Denise Green ... aunt and uncle are both Maryland gradu- 
ates ... majoring in criminal justice. 

Green's Career Statistics 

Rushing 

2007 

Career 



G-GS 


Att. 


Gain Lost 


Net 


Avg. TD 


LP 


1-0 


3 


2 2 





0.0 


2 


1-0 


3 


2 2 





0.0 


2 



JACK 



GRIFFIN 




6-6 • 308 • Sr. • 3V 
Enfield, Conn. 
(Enfield HS) 



A versatile offensive lineman who can play both guard and 
tackle ... a blue-collar performer who spent his first two 
seasons working on the defensive line before moving to 
offensive line in 2006 ... enters the fall No. 1 on the depth 
chart at right guard along with Phil Costa ... should also 
see time at right tackle ... has played in 29 career games, 
including 12 starts ... has played the last 13 games on the 
O-line ... earned Iron Terp status in the spring of 2008, 
posting the 20th-highest strength index on the team. 

As a Redshirt Junior (2007): Played in 13 games on the 
offensive line, starting four, all at right guard ... stepped into 
the starting spot at right guard when injuries sidelined both 
Andrew Crummey and Jaimie Thomas ... opened holes 
for running backs Lance Ball and Keon Lattimore, who 
combined to rush for nearly 1 ,600 yards and 25 TDs ... also 
helped first-year starting QB Chris Turner post the third- 
best passing efficiency rating in the ACC ... (vs. Villanova) 
... saw action in 29 plays as a reserve tackle and guard ... 
that was his first career action on the offensive line ... (vs. 
FIU) ... played as a reserve at the right tackle spot ... (vs. 
WVU) ... participated in 22 plays as a reserve right tackle ... 
(vs. WF) ... saw action as a reserve along the offensive line, 
seeing action in a season-high 53 plays ... played mostly at 
RT, subbing for Dane Randolph who moved to LT ... (vs. 




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Rutgers) saw action as a reserve on 33 plays (vs. 
GT) came off the bench to see action in 1 5 plays at right 
tackle (vs UVA) saw extensive action in relief of injured 
starting right guard Andrew Crummey „, was in on 43 plays 

(vs Clemson) ... earned first career start, playing at right 
guard ... (vs. UNC) ... started at right guard and saw action 
on 73 plays (vs. SO started at right guard and was in 
on 64 plays ... (vs. FSU) ..started at right guard and was in 
on 70 plays, second most among o-lmemen ... (vs. NCSUj 

saw action on 29 plays as a reserve at right guard ... (vs. 
OSU. Emerald Bowl) ... played as a reserve on the o-line ... 
entered the fall No. 2 on the depth chart at right tackle after 
a spirited battle with incumbent Dane Randolph 

As a Junior (2006): Did not see any game action along the 
offensive line ... spent the season as a reserve at offensive 
tackle . moved to the o-line prior to the season. 

As a Sophomore (2005): Played in all 11 games, starting the 
first eight at defensive tackle ... made 1 1 tackles (three solo) 
on the season had two multi-tackle games ... recorded 
two assisted tackles against West Virginia and a career-high 
four stops (all-assisted) at Temple. 

As a Freshman (2004): Played in five games along the 
defensive line ... saw action vs. Temple. Duke, NC State, 
Virginia Tech and Wake Forest . . . posted three tackles (one 
solo) on the season... also batted down one pass ... pass 
breakup came late in the Duke game as he knocked down 
a Mike Schneider effort. 

At Enfield High School: Afour-year letterwinner and three- 
year starter. ..team's second-leading tackier as a senior with 
45 stops ... also had seven sacks. 1 2 QB hurries, two forced 
fumbles, one fumble caused and seven pass breakups ... 
had 40 tackles and 1 5 sacks as a junior . . named first team 
all-state as an offensive guard by the New Haven Register 
and as a defensive tackle by the Hartford Courant ... an 
All-New England region selection by SuperPrep ... rated by 
SuperPrep as the 12th-best player in the region ... PrepStar 
all-region as well . . all-conference as a junior and senior 
... honorable mention All-Courant as a defensive tackle 
his junior year ... team went 10-2 and made it to the state 
semifinals - best in school history - his senior year ... also 
lettered three years in basketball ... also recruited by Penn 
State. Boston College. Iowa and Wisconsin ... coached by 
Jay Gaucher. 

Personal: Bom Jan. 20. 1986 . parents are John and Jens 
Griffin . . . given first name is John ... a communications major 
who graduated in May. 2008. 



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Defense G-GS 


Career Statistics 

UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int. 


^ 


2004 


SO 


2 1 3 0(H) 0.0-0 10-0 


3 


2005 


11-8 


3 8 11 0(H) 0(H) 0(H) 


Career 


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TE • 6-6 • 255 • Sr. • 2V 

Amherst. NY. 

(Williamsville North HS) 



A good-sized, blocking tight end with sure hands ... shared 
starting tight-end duties with Joey Haynos the last two years 
... enters the fall No. 1 on the depth chart at tight end and 
should vie for all-league honors this season ... originally 
joined the team as a quarterback, but made the switch to 
tight end where he has shown steady improvement every 
year ... has played in 29 career games, including 17 starts 
over the last two seasons ... earned Iron Terp status the last 
four springs ... registered the second-highest strength index 
on the team in spring 2008 testing ... career-best squat of 
635 is second only to Vernon Davis all-time among Terp 
TEs ... graduated in three years (May 2007) and currently 
pursuing an MBA ... member of the 2008 Terrapin Council, 
the team's leadership committee 

As a Junior (2007): Played in 11 games at tight end, 
starting the first eight ... nominated for Academic All- 
America honors for the second straight season ... earned 
the team's C.P. "Lefty" Mcintosh Public Service Award ... 
(vs. Fill) ... started and made one catch for eight yards ... 
(vs. WVU) ... started and recorded one catch for 12 yards 
... (vs. WF) ... started and had one catch for a career-long 
26 yards ... (vs. Rutgers) ... started and caught two balls 
for seven yards ... (vs. UVA) ... started and had one catch 
... (vs. Clemson) ... started but left the game with a knee 
injury ... (vs. FSU) ... returned to action but did not record 
any stats ... (vs. NCSU) ... made one catch for 11 yards ... 
(vs. OSU. Emerald Bowl) ... played but did not record any 
stats ... recorded the ninth-highest strength index on the 
team (tops among TEs) in spnng testing ... member of the 
Terrapin Council, the team's leadership committee. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Played in all 13 games with nine 
starts at tight end ... had two receptions for 11 yards on the 
season ... voted to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All- 
Distnct II team ... secured the George Boutselis Memorial 
Award for the letterman with the highest GPA on the team 
... (vs. W&M) ... had one reception for a 9-yard gain ... 
(vs. FSU) ... caught his first career touchdown on his lone 
reception, a 2-yard catch at the back right comer of the 
end zone ... (vs. PU. Champs Sports Bowl) ... started and 
saw action in 46 plays at tight end ... recorded the 20th- 
highest strength index on the team (tops among TEs) in 
spring testing. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2005): Saw action in five games 
as a reserve tight end . . . finished the season with two recep- 
tions for 37 yards ... (vs. Navy) ... recorded his first career 
reception, a 12-yard effort ... (vs. Clemson) ... hauled in a 



25-yard Sam Hollenbach pass recorded the 26th-highest 
strength index on the team in spring testing. 

As a Freshman (2004): Redshirt season ..the offensive 
scout team player of the week for his work in practice the 
week of the Duke and Virginia games ... 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 spnng 
of 2004 (was part of the 2003 signing class). 

At Williamsville High School: A four-year letterwinner and 
three-year starter, including two 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 
MVP 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 ... 
also recruited by Anzona, Purdue and Syracuse . . . coached 
by Mike Mammoliti. 

Personal: Born Jan. 21. 1985 ... parents are 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.. played first base at Jacksonville (Fla.) 
University (2003-06) and is currently in the LA Angels system 
. brother, Chns, spent two seasons (2005-06) as a fullback 
with Maryland before transfernng to Arizona ... brother. 
Rob, also plays football for Arizona, and was a freshman 
All-American last season ... graduated with a degree in 
marketing in May 2007 ... is pursuing an MBA 

Gronkowski s Career Statistics 

Receiving G-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LP 
2005 5-0 2 37 185 25 



2006 


13-9 


2 


11 


55 


1 


9 


2007 


11-8 


7 


66 


9.4 





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114 


10.3 


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MAURICE 

HAMPTON 




OL • 6-2 • 295 • Fr. • RS 

Hampton, Va. 
(Phoebus HS) 



A big-framed versatile lineman who has good quickness and 
a solid first step ... enters the fall as a reserve at guard ... 
missed most of the spring with a knee injury ... had surgery 
toward the end of the spring, but expected to be ready for 
fall camp. 




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As a Freshman (2007): Redshirted ... named the scout 
team offensive player of the week leading up to the Virginia 
game. 

At Phoebus High School: One of the top offensive linemen 
in the nation ... a three-year starter on the offensive and 
defensive line ... ranked No. 25 nationally among offensive 
guards by Scouts, Inc. ... ranked No. 37 nationally among 
offensive tackles by Rivals.com ... Rivals.com also had him 
ranked No. 1 8 among Virginia prospects ... ranked No. 20 on 
the SuperPrep Virginia 33 ... a first-team all-state selection 
for Group AAA Division V state championship squad in 2006 
... first team all-area by the Newport News Daily Press as a 
senior ... first-team all-district as a junior and senior ... also 
wrestled for four years . . . teammate of fellow 2007 Maryland 
signee Haroon Brown ... also recruited by Virginia Tech, 
South Carolina and NC State ... coached by Bill Dee. 

Personal: Born Sept. 30, 1988 ... parents are William 
Hampton and Annette Sedgwig ... enrolled in letters and 
sciences ... attended high school with current teammate 
Haroon Brown. 

STEPHEN 

HARGETT 



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LB • 6-0 • 250 • So. • SQ 
Los Angeles, Calif. 
(Loyola HS) 



A third-year player who adds depth to the linebacking corps 
... has seen time at inside and outside linebacker. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2007): Did not see game ac- 
tion. 

As a Freshman (2006): Redshirt season. 

At Loyola High School: Played on the 2003 and 2005 
California state championship teams ... also lettered in 
track & field in 2004, specializing in the shot put ... coached 
by Jeff Kearin. 

Personal: Born Sept. 20, 1988 in Los Angeles, Calif. ... 
mother is Mary Mathis-Hargett ... uncle. Robert Hargett, 
played football at Alcorn State in the late '80s-early '90s ... 
participates in CIVICUS community service and learning 
society at Maryland ... involved in Special Olympics ... 
wanted to attend Maryland since he was 12 years old ,., 
photography enthusiast ... majoring in psychology. 




280 • So. • SQ 
Ijamsville, Md. 
(St. John's Catholic Prep) 

A third-year player who provides depth along the offensive 
line ... enters the fall as a backup at right guard. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2007): Did not see game action 
... served as a reserve guard. 

As a Freshman (2006): Redshirt season 

At St. John's Catholic Prep: A four-year letterwinner in 
both football and lacrosse ... All-MIAA as a senior ... also 
played two years of hockey ... coached by John Ricca. 

Personal: Born April 26, 1 988 . . . parents are Greg and Kim 
Harraka ... father was a three-year letterwinner (1982-84) 
for Maryland ... mother is also an alum ... has one brother 
and one sister... enjoys off-roading with ATVs ... majoring 
in environmental science. 

J ARED 

HARRELL 



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As a Freshman (2005): 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. 

At Tabor Academy: A two-year starter at defensive end, but 
also played tight end and some wide receiver . . . recorded 65 
tackles, including 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. corn's Tom Lemming ... 
lettered two years in track and hockey ... spent his first two 
years at Thayer Academy in Braintree, Mass. ... an AAU 
All-American javelin thrower with a personal best of 1 83 feet 
. . . also recruited by North Carolina, Notre Dame, Purdue and 
Syracuse ... coached by Bill Hrasky. 

Personal: Born April 8, 1986 ... parents are Dana and 
Michelle Harrell ... father played halfback at Syracuse in 
the early '70s ...majoring in African-American studies ... last 
name is pronounced "huh-RELL." 

DEMETRIUS 

HARTSFIELD 




265 • Jr. • SQ 
Milton, Mass. 
(Tabor Academy) 

An athletic defensive lineman/linebacker who enters the fall 
No. 2 on the depth chart at DE ... has seen time at LEO, a 
hybrid defensive end/linebacker position ... earned Iron Terp 
status for the first time in his career last spring, posting the 
17th-highest strength index on the team. 

As a Sophomore (2007): Played in four games as a reserve 
at LEO ... saw action vs. Villanova, Virginia, Clemson and 
UNC did not record any statistics on the season. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2006): Did not see game ac- 
tion ... served as a reserve at LEO, a hybrid defensive 
end/linebacker spot. 




LB • 6-1 • 225 • Fr. • HS 
Raleigh, N.C. 
(Southeast Regional HS) 



A rangy, athletic linebacker who completed his high school 
curriculum a semester early ... enrolled in Maryland in 
January and participated in spring ball ... enters the fall as 
a backup at Will linebacker. 

At Southeast Raleigh High School: A three-year starter 
who was rated No. 30 nationally among inside lineback- 
ers by Rivals.com as a senior ... also ranked as the 18th- 
best player in the state of North Carolina by Rivals.com 
... ranked No. 52 nationally among weak-side linebackers 
by Scout.com ... an all-state performer as a senior when 
he racked up 132 tackles, including 12 for loss and eight 
sacks, as well as six forced fumbles and three fumble re- 
coveries ... also earned all-conference honors in 2007 ... an 
honorable mention all-state and all-conference choice as a 
junior ... posted 128 tackles, including 16 for loss and 10 
sacks, with four forced fumbles and three fumble recover- 
ies (one for a touchdown) in 2006 ... also played basketball 
(center/forward) and participated in track (high jump, long 
jump, shot put, 200m) ... lettered three years in each sport 
... also considered NC State, Duke and East Carolina ... 
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Tracy Hartsfield a member ol his high school's honor roll 
as a junior and senior enrolled in letters and sciences. 

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HENRY 




RB-5-9- 185-Sr. • SQ 

Mitchellville, Md. 
(Flowers HS / Bowie State) 



Aspeedy, athletic player who adds depth at running back ... 
enters the fall as a reserve at tailback ... moved from wide 
receiver to running back in the spring ... rushed five times 
for 34 yards in the 2008 Red-White Spring game ... rushed 
for 138 yards on 28 carries in two spring scrimmages ... 
earned Iron Terp status for the first time in his career last 
spring, recording the ninth-highest strength index on the 
team. 

As a Junior (2006): Did not see game action ... served as 
a reserve wide receiver 

As a Sophomore (2006): Sat out under NCAA transfer 
guidelines. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2005 at Bowie State): Played 
in 11 games, seeing action as a wide receiver and return 
specialist. 

As a Freshman (2004 at Bowie State): Redshirt season. 

At Flowers High School: Played wide receiver ... also a 
member of the track team, helping the 4x100-meter relay 
unit capture the 2004 state championship ... coached by 
Michael Mayo. 

Personal: Born March 1, 1986 m Hyattsville. Md. ... parents 
are Conwall and Claudette Henry ... has two brothers. 
Karim and Jamaal ... Karim is a sophomore on the Florida 
International football team ... his cousin. Arrelious Benn is 
a wide receiver for Illinois ... majoring in cnmmology and 
cnmmal justice ... likes to play the saxophone in his spare 
time 

Henry's Career Statistics 

Receiving G-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LP 

:::?• 11-4 9 iso 16.7 o 



2006 


NCAA transfer rules 






0-0 0.0 





Career 


11-4 9 150 16.7 


31 



Returns G-GS KOR Yds Avg TD PR Yds Avg 


TD 


2005" 11-4 15 259 17 3 3 31 10.3 

2006 Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules 

2007 0-0 0.0 0.0 






Career 11-4 15 159 17.3 3 31 10.3 





Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU 


Int. 


2005" 114 3 1 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 


0-0 


2006 Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules 


2007 0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 


0-0 


Career 11-4 3 1 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 


0-0 


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DOMINIQUE 

HERALD 




LB • 5-11 • 190 • So. • 1V 

Newark, N.J. 
(The Pennington School) 



Aphysically gifted athlete who is a punishing tackier ... spent 
2007 as a reserve defensive back ... moved to linebacker 
entering the spring ... No. 2 on the depth chart at Sam 
linebacker ... could also see time in the secondary. 

As a Freshman (2007): Played in all 1 3 games as a reserve 
defensive back and special-teams performer ... one of four 
true freshmen to see action and one of only two to play in 
every game ... appeared mostly on special teams... finished 
with eight tackles. . . had season-best two tackles in back-to- 
back games vs. Georgia Tech and vs. Virginia. 

At The Pennington School: One of the top safeties in the 
nation as a senior ... ranked No. 6 nationally among safe- 
ties by Scouts. Inc. ... also ranked No. 56 among safeties 
by Rivals.com ... selected as a Fab50 defensive back ... 
the 16th-ranked prospect in the state of New Jersey by 
Rivals.com ... an all-state selection .... a three-time all-prep 
choice and a two-time all-area selection ... had 50 tackles 
and four interceptions as a junior ... had eight interceptions 
as a sophomore ... also threw for 1,217 yards with 17 TDs 
and rushed for 12 scores in 2004 ... a third-team all-prep 
selection in 2006 by The Star Ledger in basketball ... also 
recruited by Iowa. Michigan State. Rutgers and Virginia, ., 
coached by Jerry Eure. 

Personal: Bom June 13. 1989 ... mother is Michelle Herald 
... uncle. Beanie Herald, played basketball at UConn ... 
enrolled in letters and sciences. 

Herald's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Inl 



2007 


134 


2 6 


8 0.0-0 0.04 


04 


Career 


134 


2 6 


8 0.04 0.04 


04 



D A R R I U S 

HEYWARD- 
BEY 




WR • 6-3 • 206 • Jr. • 2V 
Silver Spring. Md. 
(McDonogh School) 



One of the nations most explosive receivers ... joins Danny 
Oquendo, Isaiah Williams and LaQuan Williams to form 
one of the top receiving units in the ACC ... has good size 
and blazing speed ... had a breakout first year, earning 
freshman All-Amenca and all-league honors in 2006 ... 
an honorable mention All-Amenca choice last season ... 
also a member of the 2007 Biletnikoff Award watch list 
... a preseason honorable mention All-America choice by 
The Sporting News ... 16th-ranked receiver in the nation 
by Lindy's ... a preseason second team AII-ACC choice by 
Athlon and Lindy's ... ranks high on a number of Maryland's 
career receiving lists despite just two seasons in uniform ... 
his 96 career receptions rank 12th in school history while 
his 1,480 career receiving yards are ninth ... tied for 15th in 
Maryland history in career receiving touchdowns (eight) ... 
has played in each of the last 26 games ... has caught at 
least one pass in 24 of the last 25 contests ... has posted 
180 receiving yards in his two bowl-game appearances ... 
one of the fastest players in the ACC ... his 40 time of 4.23 
in 2006 set the school record among WRs ... member of the 
2008 Terrapin Council, the team's leadership committee. 

As a Sophomore (2007): An honorable mention All- 
America choice at wide receiver by Pro Football Weekly ... 
led the team in receptions (51) and receiving yards (786) 
... ranked ninth in the ACC in receiving yards per game 
(60.5) ... fourth-leading rusher on the team (107 yards) ... 
his 51 receptions tied for 10th on Maryland's all-time single- 
season list, while his 786 receiving yards are seventh ... had 
21 receptions over the final four regular-season games ... 
started all 13 games ... one of three offensive players (also 
Dane Randolph and Edwin Williams) to start each game 
... earned the team's most valuable offensive player award 
... member of the watch list for the Biletnikoff Award ... (vs. 
Villanova) ... caught a career-high six passes for 81 yards 
... (vs. FIU) ... led the team in receiving with four catches 
for 48 yards ... long catch was for 24 yards ... (vs. WVU) ... 
had three catches for 56 yards ... (vs. WF) ... took a hand- 
off on a reverse in the third quarter and ran a career-long 
54 yards down the sidelines ... also had one catch for 12 
yards ... (vs. Rutgers) ... caught five passes for 61 yards ... 
scored his first touchdown of the year on a 15 yard catch 
and run in the second quarter ... (vs. GT) ... led the team 
with four catches for a season-high 109 yards, including 
one for 47 yards ... it was the third time in his career he 
had surpassed 100 yards receiving in a game ... (vs. UVA) 




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... led the team with four catches and 52 receiving yards 
... (vs. Clemson) ... started but did not record any stats ... 
snapped a streak of 19 consecutive games with a catch ... 
(vs. UNC) ... led the team with five catches for 64 yards ... 
(vs. BC) ... totaled a season-high 112 all-purpose yards ... 
caught five passes for 75 yards receiving and scored on a 
37-yard run off a reverse ... (vs. FSU) ... led the team with 
five catches for 82 yards ... caught a 14-yard slant pass in 
the third quarter for his second touchdown of the season 
... (vs. NCSU) ... matched a career-high with six catches 
... had 47 receiving yards ... (vs. OSU. Emerald Bowl) ... 
had three receptions for 99 yards, his second-highest total 
of the season ... hauled in a 63-yard touchdown reception 
from Chris Turner at the end of the first quarter ... that catch 
was the second-longest by a Terp in a bowl game ... his 99 
receiving yards rank fourth on the Maryland single-game 
bowl list ... consensus preseason all-conference choice ... 
a preseason first-team AII-ACC selection by Athlon, Lindy's 
and The Sporting News. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2006): Emerged as one of 
the top young players in the ACC, earning a number of 
postseason honors, including first-team freshman All- 
America by The Sporting News and Rivals.com ... also a 
second team AII-ACC honoree at wide receiver ... collected 
first-team All-Freshman ACC by The Sporting News ... 
played in all 13 games, including 10 starts ..led the team 
in receptions (45) and posted a Terps' freshman record 694 
receiving yards ... the receiving yards rank No. 9 on the 
Maryland all-time single-season list and No. 3 on the ACC 



all-time freshman single-season chart ... the receptions are 
tied for 17th on the Terps all-time single-season chart and 
tied for No. 7 on the conference freshman single-season 
list ... also hauled in a team-high five TD passes (tied for 
15th on the Maryland single-season list) ... shattered the 
school record for longest play with his 96-yard touchdown 
catch from Sam Hollenbach vs. Miami ... ranked fifth in the 
ACC (No. 99 nationally) in receiving yards per game (53.4) 
and ninth in receptions per game (3.5) ... had two 100- 
yard receiving games on the season ... earned the team's 
freshman of the year award ... (vs. W&M) ... saw first career 
game action ... (vs. MT) ... made his first career reception, 
a 19-yard gain ... the catch came on a screen which he 
turned upfield for a first down ... (vs. WVU) ... caught a 
season-high five passes for 49 yards ... (vs. FIU) ... earned 
his first career start and notched four catches for a team- 
high 35 yards ... (vs. GT) ... matched his season-best with 
five receptions for 111 yards, nearly equaling his season 
total to date (113) ... streaked down the left sideline for 57 
yards before being tackled at the GT 6-yard line inside the 
two-minute mark in the fourth quarter ... (vs. UVA) ... caught 
a season-high tying five passes for 39 yards ... (vs. NCSU) 
... caught two passes for 36 yards ... (vs. FSU) ... caught 
the first two touchdown passes of his career with 57 yards 
receiving on three catches ... the first score was a 5-yarder 
that was set up by his 22-yard catch on the same drive ... 
later in the game he raced 30 yards for the game-deciding 
score ... (vs. Clemson) ... caught four passes for 18 yards 
... (vs. Miami) ... provided the spark in the offense, with a 
season-high tying five catches and a career-best 1 75 yards 
... had two TDs (65 and 96 yards) ... the latter was the 
longest in school history, eclipsing a 92-yarder by Ed Bolton 
from Stan Levine (vs. South Carolina, 1949) ... (vs. BC) ... 
caught four passes for 37 yards ... (vs. WF) ... recorded 
three receptions for 37 yards ... (vs. PU, Champs Sports 
Bowl) ... recorded four receptions for 81 yards, including 
a 46-yard TD catch from Sam Hollenbach on a perfectly 
thrown ball over his shoulder. 

As a Freshman (2005): Redshirt season. 

At McDonogh High School: A three-year letterwinner 
and two-year starter ... played wide receiver and outside 
linebacker ... 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 Ail-American ... a SuperPrep All-American who was 
ranked 17th nationally at his position by that publication ... 
listed as the 23rd-best wide receiver in the nation by ESPN, 
corn'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-America 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 at the University of Virginia ... ran a 6.35 in 
the 55-meter dash in January, 2005 ... also posted a 40-inch 
vertical jump as a prep ... also recruited by Boston College, 
Alabama, Pittsburgh, Virginia and Michigan State, among 
others ... coached by Dominic Damico. 

Personal: Born Feb. 26, 1 987 . . . mother is Vivian Heyward- 
Bey ... majoring in American studies ... hopes to pursue a 
career in broadcasting. 



Heyward-Bey s Career 
Statistics 

Receivi ng G-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LP 



2006 


13-10 




45 694 


15.4 


5 


96 


2007 


13-13 




51 786 


154 


3 


63 


Career 


26-23 




96 1,480 


15.4 


8 


96 


Rushing 


G-GS 


Att. 


Gain Lost 


Net Avg. 


TD 


LP 


2006 


13-10 


5 


14 9 


5 1.0 





9 


2007 


13-13 


5 


110 3 


107 21.4 


1 


54 


Career 


26-23 


10 


124 12 


112 11.2 


1 


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TRENTON 

HUGHES 




5-11 * 175 * Fr. • RS 

Virginia Beach, Va. 
(Kempsville HS) 



A tremendous athlete who figures into the rotation at 
cornerback in the fall. 

As a Freshman (2007): Redshirt season. 

At Kempsville High School: A four-year letterwinner who 
demonstrated excellence at many positions on both sides 
of the ball ... an All-Hampton Roads, All-Peninsula District, 
All-Gameday first team selection his senior year at the WR, 
DB and LB positions . . . also named second-team all-region 
that year, in which he had 40 carries for 523 yards and four 
touchdowns . . . grabbed two interceptions, returning one for 
a touchdown, and also scored a TD on a punt return ... on the 
defensive side, made 38 tackles with four coming for a loss 
... his junior year, was an All-Peninsula District selection at 
WR and LB, after notching 60 tackles, including two sacks, 
two interceptions, eight pass breakups . . . also a standout in 
track ... chose Maryland over Tennessee, South Carolina, 
NC State, Virginia Tech, Virginia and Syracuse ... coached 
by Jeff McGowan. 

Personal: Born March 5, 1989 ... parents are Tony and 
Gwen Hughes ... starred all four years for the track team 
... was part of AAU national champion 4x100 relay team 
... active in his church and assists his father coaching Pop 
Warner football ... member of the honor roll in high school 
... plans to major in sociology or family studies. 



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Riverdale. Md. 
(Rlverdale Baptist HS) 

A fouth-year defensive lineman who should see increased 
playing time this season . . . served as the primary backup at 
DT last season . . lacks experience but has all of the physical 
tools . athletic for his size. 



— As a Sophomore (2007): Played in 10 games as a 
^ backup defensive tackle ... saw most of his time in goal- 
— > line situations ... missed three games with a knee injury 
^ ... (vs. FIU) ... played and recorded his first career tackle 

2 - ( vs Rutgers) ... played and recorded one total tackle .. 
_ „ (vs. GT) ... played but did not record any stats ... suffered 
■^ a knee injury ... (vs. BC) ... returned from a knee injury, but 
^ did not record any stats ... in on just two plays ... (vs. OSU. 

Emerald Bowl) ... posted one tackle in a reserve role. 

_ As a Redshirt Freshman (2006): Saw action in one game 

* as a reserve defensive lineman ... played in the season 

* opener vs. William & Mary. 

3 As a Freshman (2005): Redshirt season. 

■^ At Riverdale High School: A two-year starter who did not 

~~ take up football until his junior year ... played defensive end. 
tight end and offensive tackle in his two seasons ... recorded 

3 53 tackles. 16 sacks. 32 quarterback hurries and batted 

gm- down six passes as a senior ... also had 16 receptions and 

■^ two touchdowns from his tight end position in 2004 ... an 

* honorable mention All-Independent schools selection ... also 
lettered in basketball where he played power forward, aver- 

~* aging eight points and seven rebounds a game . . . transferred 

— from DeMatha after his sophomore season ... also recruited 
^ by Illinois. Kent State and Texas Southern ... coached by 
^ Ken/in Wyatt. who was a former Terrapin letterwinner (1 976- 

79) at linebacker and along the offensive line. 

— Personal: Bom Dec. 22. 1986 ... parents are Curtis and 
"■* ' Noreata Ivey . . majoring in Afncan-Amencan studies. 



Ivey's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT_ TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int. 
2006 U> • 0.M 0.0-O <H> 



2007 


10-0 1 2 


3 0(H) O.OO 


00 


Career 


11-0 1 2 


3 0.0-0 0.04 


0-0 



RB • 6-1 • 245 • Jr. • 2V 
Morgantown, W.Va. 
(University HS) 



A powerful, tough-minded fullback ... an excellent blocker 
and solid pass-catcher ... the returning starter at fullback 
... also a good special-teams performer ... has played in 
25 of 26 games over the last two seasons, with 11 starts 
at fullback ... earned Iron Terp status for the first time in 
his career last spring, registering the 12th-highest strength 
index on the team ... member of the 2008 Terrapin Council, 
the team's leadership committee. 

As a Sophomore (2007): Played in 1 2 games, starting eight 
at fullback ... also played special teams ... had five special- 
teams tackles, including four on the punt team opened 
holes for running backs Lance Ball and Keon Lattimore. 
who combined to rush for nearly 1,600 yards and 25 TDs 
... (vs. FIU) ... recorded first catch of the season for seven 
yards ... opened up holes for Keon Lattimore to rush for 
second-consecutive 100-yard game ... (vs. WVU) ... caught 
two passes for 13 yards ... (vs. WF) ... started and scored a 
touchdown on a 3-yard run, the second of his career ... (vs. 
Rutgers) ... started and caught two passes for 23 yards, 
matching his career high ... helped pave the way for the 
Terps to rack up 239 yards on the ground ... (vs. UVA) ... 
started at fullback and did not record any offensive stats 
... made three tackles on special teams ... played most of 
the game with a broken hand ... (vs. UNC) ... started and 
played the entire game with a cast on his hand ... (vs. BC) 
... caught one pass for six yards and saw extensive action 
despite a cast on his hand ... (vs. NCSU) ... rushed once 
for three yards and caught one pass for seven yards ... 
helped pave the way for the Terps to rack up a season-high 
249 rushing yards ... (vs. OSU. Emerald Bowl) ... started at 
fullback but did not rush the ball or catch a pass ... member 
of the Terrapin Council, the team's leadership committee. 

As a Freshman (2006): Played in all 13 games at fullback, 
starting three ... played in a reserve role before taking over 
for an injured Tim Cesa for the final four games of the 
season ... also saw action on special teams ... lone true 
freshman to play during the year ... rushed four times for 
12 yards on the season ... also caught four passes for 46 
yards ... (vs. W&M) ... saw time as the backup fullback in 
his first career game ... (vs. WVU) ... saw action in goal- 
line situations, playing his first collegiate game in his 
hometown ... (vs. GT) ... played on special teams, and 
recorded a punishing tackle on the opening kickoff ... (vs. 
UVA) ... played on special teams, recording his second 
career tackle ... (vs. FSU) ... split time with Cesa at the 
fullback position and caught one pass for six yards, the first 
reception of his career ... (vs. Clemson) ... recorded his first 



career start in place of the injured Tim Cesa ... (vs. BC) . 
caught one pass for 13 yards ... (vs. WF) ... started and 
caught one pass for four yards ... (vs. PU. Champs Sports 
Bowl) ... rushed four times for 12 yards, including his first 
career TD on a 1-yard plunge in the second quarter ... had 
not rushed the football until this game ... also hauled in a 
career-long 23-yard pass ... the 23 receiving yards set a 
career high. 

At University High School: Afour-year starter who 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 defensive lineman as a 
sophomore ... conference player of the year ... 12th-ranked 
inside linebacker in the country by ESPN.com ... a PrepStar 
All-Amencan ... 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 ... also recruited by Stanford. NC 
State. Iowa and West Virginia ... coached by John Kelley. 

Personal Bom March 12. 1988 ... parents are 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 ... 
majoring in communications. 



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BRANDON 

JACKSON 
MILLS 




DB-5-11 • 160-So. -SQ 

Germantown. Md. 
(Northwest HS) 



A talented third-year player who will have a chance to see 
time in the defensive backfield in the fall ... enters the fall 



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as a reserve at comerback ... valuable member of the scout 
team the last two seasons. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2006): Did not see game action 
... served as a reserve cornerback ... named scout team 
defensive player of the week leading up to the Georgia 
Tech game. 

As a Freshman (2006): Redshirt season ... named 
defensive scout team player of the week for his work in 
practice leading up to the Florida State and Wake Forest 
contests. 

At Northwest High School: A three-year letterwinner who 
played cornerback and wide receiver ... started his senior 
year ... recorded 32 tackles, four pass breakups, an intercep- 
tion, two forced fumbles and two blocks (one kick, one punt) 
in 2005 ... 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 PrepSfar 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 ... coached by Randy Trivers. 

Personal: Born March 10, 1988 ... parents are Jackie 
Jackson and Tommy Mills ... majoring in kinesiology. 

BEARTHUR 

JOHNSON 




OL • 6-6 • 350 • Fr. • RS 
Hoboken, N.J. 
(Hoboken HS) 

Abig, athletic second-year offensive lineman ... enters the fall 
as a reserve at right tackle ... posted the second-fastest 40- 
yard dash time among offensive linemen in spring testing. 

As a Freshman (2007): Redshirt season. 

At Hoboken High School: One of the top offensive tackles 
prospects in the nation ... ranked No. 55 among offensive 
tackles by Rivals.com ... the 98th-ranked offensive tackle 
prospect by Scouts, Inc. ... ranked No. 19 on Rivals. corn's 
top 30 prospects in the state of New Jersey . . . earned all-state 
and all-county honors as a senior when he helped lead the 
Redwings to the state semifinals ... also played basketball 
... coached by Lou Taglieri. 

Personal: Born Nov. 16, 1988 ... parents are Kim and 
Bearthur Johnson, Sr. ... comes from an athletic bloodline 
,.. mother ran track, father played basketball and sister is a 
volleyball player ... enrolled in letters and sciences. 



PAUL 



LARIVIERE 




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RB • 6-0 • 245 • Fr. • RS 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
(Brooklyn Technical HS) 

Ahard-nosed second-year running back ... valuable member 
of the scout team offense. 

As a Freshman (2007): Redshirted ... named scout team 
offensive player of the week leading up to the Clemson and 
Boston College games. 

At Brooklyn Technical High School: A versatile player 
who played tight end, defensive end, punter and place- 
kicker ... earned All-New York City and all-district honors 
as a senior ... named team MVP and school's athlete of 
the year during his final season ... awarded three varsity 
letters ... also played basketball and baseball ... also con- 
sidered Connecticut, Harvard, Dartmouth and Columbia ... 
coached by James DiBenedetto. 

Personal: Born March 23, 1989 ... parents are Peter 
Lariviere and Prynn Kaplan ... earned All-Academic honors 
while in high school ... also enjoys music and poetry ... a 
government and politics major. 

EM ANI 



more extensive time after Oquendo's season-ending knee 
injury vs. North Carolina ... (vs. FIU) ... saw first action of 
his collegiate career on special teams ... (vs. BC) ... as- 
sumed the role of top slot receiver in place of an injured 
Danny Oquendo ... responded with the first three catches 
of his career for 78 yards ... both were career highs ... had 
a career-long reception of 41 yards ... first career game 
taking snaps at wideout ... (vs. FSU) ... saw significant time 
for the second-straight game and finished with one catch 
for four yards ... (vs. OSU, Emerald Bowl) ... caught one 
pass for five yards ... tested as one of the fastest wideouts 
on the team in the spring with a 40 time of 4.4. 

As a Freshman (2006): Redshirt season. 

At Anacostia High School: A multi-purpose three-year 
starter ... did it all for the Indians, playing wide receiver and 
defensive back, while returning punts and kicks ... finished 
his senior season with 46 receptions for 796 yards and 
five touchdowns ... an honorable mention All-Met pick by 
The Washington Post ... an all-conference selection as a 
sophomore, junior and senior ... named to the DC. 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 ... coached 
by Willie Stewart. 

Personal: Born Jan. 13, 1988 ...parents are Sharrone Lee 
and Ben Odai ... inducted into the National Honor Society 
as a prep ... plans to major in criminology and criminal 
justice. 

Lee-Odai s Career Statistics 

Receiving G-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LP 

2007 8-0 5 87 17 4 



Career 



8-0 



87 



17.4 

174 



41 
41 



TONY 



LEE-ODAI LOGAN 




WR-6-2-200-SO.-1V 
Washington, D.C. 
(Anacostia HS) 

An athletic and talented third-year wide receiver ... has 
played both the X and Z receiver positions in his career 
... expected to see time at X this fall ... has seen time as 
a reserve wideout and on special teams ... clocked as the 
second-fastest wideout in spring testing, posting a time of 
4.29 in the 40. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2007): Played in eight games, 
mostly on special teams, though saw more extensive time 
at wideout toward the end of the season ... used primarily 
on kick-coverage units prior to his debut on offense in the 
upset of Boston College ... served as Danny Oquendo's 
backup at slot receiver through much of the season ... saw 



WR • 5-10 • 180 -Fr.-RS 



Piscataway, N.J. 
(Piscataway HS) 

An incredible athletic talent who is expected to vie for 
time at wide receiver in the fall ... has the ability to make 
defenders miss ... enters the fall as a reserve at the Z 
receiver position. 

As a Freshman (2007): Redshirted ... served as a reserve 
wide receiver ... named scout team offensive player of the 
week leading up to the Rutgers game ... had a nagging 
hamstnng injury in the preseason which limited his effec- 
tiveness early in the year ... took some snaps as the No. 
3 quarterback during practice midway through the season 
due to injuries. 



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At Piscataway High School: A highly touted quarterback 
who also played wide receiver ... a SuperPrep All- American 

also an All-Amenca selection by Tom Lemming played 
in the East-West All-American game ... threw for 1,500 
yards with 10 touchdowns, while rushing for 500 yards with 
five touchdowns despite playing in five games as a senior 

ranked No 7 on SuperPrep's New Jersey team and the 
No 10 defensive back on SuperPrep's All-America team . . . 
Rivals com listed him as sixth-best athlete in New Jersey ... 
had just two picks as a senior as opponents rarely challenged 
him an all-area and honorable mention all-county selection 
hisjunioryear was also recruited by Tennessee, Rutgers, 
Purdue, and Connecticut ... also ran track ... coached by 
Daniel Miggms. 

Personal: Bom on Oct. 18. 1989 ... full name is Robert 
Anthony Logan parents are Robert and Crystal Logan 
enjoys video games, basketall and running track ... cousin. 
Kyle Wilson, who also played at Piscataway High School, is 
a junior comerback at Boise State . . . father was a running 
back at Nebraska ... majonng in communications. 



D AVI D 

MAY 




PK • 5-11 • 196 • Sr. • SQ 

Rockville, Md. 
(Charles E. Smith Day School) 



A veteran place-kicker who enters the fall No. 2 on the depth 
chart ... may also see time on kickoffs ... posted the highest 

m strength index among the kickers in spnng testing joined 

■* the team in 2007. 

As a Junior (2007): Did not see game action ... served as a 
^ reserve place-kicker . joined the team in the spring. 

•* At Charles E. Smith Day School: Did not play football 

^ Personal: Bom April 15, 1987 in Rehovot. Israel ... parents 

^ are Eliezer and Marieen May ... has one brother. Yossi. 23. 

» and one sister. Rachel. 18 ... never played football until 

■* ' college because his high school did not have a football 

• team ... observant Jew who is extremely active within the 
~j University's Jewish community ... speaks English, Hebrew 
^ and Arabic . . . excellent student, maintaining a GPA better 
»■ than 3.7 ... posted a 4.0 GPA in the fall of 2007 and spnng 

* of 2007 ... majoring in history. 



J A M A R 



McCOLLOUGH 



QUINTON 

McCREE 




> 5-11 • 195 • Jr. • SQ 

Baltimore, Md. 
(Randallstown HS) 

A fourth-year player who has a chance to see time at safety 
this fall ... made noticeable strides in the spnng of 2006 
before having his season derailed with an injury. 

As a Sophomore (2007): Played in three games on special 
teams ... saw action vs. FSU, NC State and Oregon State 
... served as a backup free safety during the season ... was 
expected to miss most of the spring while recovering his 
2006 knee injury, but saw quite a bit of action. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2006): Missed the season with 
a knee injury. 

As a Freshman (2005): Redshirt season. 

At Randallstown High School: A three-year starter who 
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 intercep- 
tions 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-Amencan ... an All-Atlantic 
region pick by PrepStar ... the 18th-ranked comer 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 ... also recruited 
by Penn State. Pittsburgh. Purdue and Virginia Tech ... 
coached by Albert Howard 

Personal: Bom Feb. 6. 1987 ... parents are Gregory and 
Pamela McCollough . . . father played fullback at Bowie State 
in the 1970s ... a family science major. 

McCollough s Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int 



6-2- 185- Fr. • RS 

Brandywine, Md. 

(Gwynn Park HS/ 

Hargrave Military Academy) 

A big. athletic receiver who is expected to vie for time in the 
fall ... enters the fall as a backup at Z receiver ... posted 
the third-fastest 40-yard dash time in spring 2008 testing 
... also posted the third-highest strength index among wide 
receivers in spring testing. 

As a Freshman (2007): Redshirted ... served as a backup 
at X receiver through much of the season ... made the travel 
squad for FIU. Wake Forest and Rutgers. 

At Hargrave Military Academy: Originally signed with the 
Terps in 2006. but attended the Chatham, Va.. school ... 
coached by Marty Talbert. 

At Gwynn Park High School: A four-year letterwinner and 
three-year starter ... primarily played wide receiver but saw 
action as a safety in nickel packages ... posted 42 receptions 
for 1,093 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior in 2006 ... 
also returned five punts and two kickoffs for touchdowns his 
final season ... a consensus all-state selection ... second 
team All-Met by The Washington Post ... also tabbbed 
All-Gazette and All-Examiner ... lettered two years in track, 
posting a personal best of 10.56 in the 100 meters ... ran a 
4.4 in the 40-yard dash ... teammate of fellow Terp Adnan 
Moten and fellow signee Taylor Watson ... team was 14-0, 
winning its first-ever state championship his senior year 
... also recruited by Tennessee. Connecticut and Akron ... 
coached by Danny Hayes. 

Personal: Bom Sept. 17. 1987 ... parents are Keith and 
Sheila McCree ... father ran track while at the U.S. Air Force 
Academy and mother ran track and played basketball at Ohio 
University ... enrolled in letters and sciences 



2007 


3-0 


3 1 


4 0.0-0 


O.Ofl 


0-0 


Career 


3-0 


3 1 


4 0.04 


0.0-0 


0-0 




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ADRIAN 

MOTEN 




LB • 6-2 • 221 • So. • 1V 

Suitland, Md. 
(Gwynn Park HS) 



An agile, multi-dimensional third-year linebacker ... earned 
freshman All-America and freshman AII-ACC honors last 
season ... enters the fall No. 1 on the depth chart at Sam 
linebacker along with Moise Fokou ... can play all three LB 
spots ... also a good pass rusher ... leading returning sack 
producer (5.5), along with Jeremy Navarre ... member of the 
2008 Terrapin Council, the team's leadership committee. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2007): Honorable mention 
freshman All-America choice at linebacker by The Sporting 
News ... also earned a spot on The Sporting News 
Freshman AII-ACC Team ... selected to the Rivals.com 
freshman all-league squad ... named the top freshman 
on the team ... ranked ninth on the team in tackles (50) 
and second in special-teams stops (15) ... played in all 
13 games as a reserve ... saw significant time at all three 
linebacker spots and at end in pass-rushing situations ... 
his 5.5 sacks, all of which came in the final five games, 
were tied for second on the team ... third on the team in 
tackles for loss (7.5) ... tied for the team lead in forced 
fumbles (three) ... tied for seventh in the ACC in forced 
fumbles (0.23 per game) ... (vs. Villanova) ... recorded two 
tackles in the first game of his collegiate career ... part of a 
defensive effort that allowed only 11 yards rushing for the 
game, and 28 total yards in the second half ... (vs. Fill) ... 
grabbed his first career interception in the first quarter of 
the game and returned it 19 yards ... pick set up Maryland's 
second touchdown of the game ... also recorded a pair of 
tackles ... (vs. WVU) ... recorded three tackles, including 
two solo ... (vs. WF) ... had five tackles, including four solo 
stops ... had one tackle for a loss of a yard ... (vs. Rutgers) 
... made three tackles, including one for a loss of a yard ... 
(vs. GT) ... saw significant action at outside linebacker after 
Erin Henderson and Rick Costa missed time due to injury 
.. had five tackles, including four solo stops ... (vs. UVA) 
... made three tackles ... (vs. Clemson) ... recorded four 
tackles ... (vs. UNC) ... had four tackles including a sack of 
seven yards ... also forced a fumble and broke up a pass 
... (vs. BC) ... made five tackles, including his second sack 
in as many weeks ... (vs. FSU) ... recorded a career-high 
seven tackles, including a career-best five solo stops ... 
sacked Drew Weatherford in the fourth quarter and forced 
a fumble which Maryland recovered ... (vs. NCSU) ... had 
two tackles, including a sack for a loss of 11 yards ... (vs. 
OSU, Emerald Bowl) ... posted five tackles, including two 
tackles for loss and two sacks, both career highs ... also 
forced a Lyle Moevao second-quarter fumble ... had a solid 
spring and entered the fall No. 1 at Sam linebacker, along 
with Moise Fokou. 



As a Freshman (2006): Redshirt season ... named 
defensive scout team player of the week for his work in 
practice leading up to the West Virginia contest. 

At Gwynn Park High School: A three-year starter ... ver- 
satile athlete who played quarterback, tight end, linebacker 
and safety ... finished his senior season with 118 tackles, 
including 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 cham- 
pionship game against Westminster ... posted 90 tackles, 
including 10 sacks, and three interceptions as a junior ... 
a consensus all-state selection ... first team All-Met by the 
Washington Post ... All-Gazette and All-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 ... teammate 
of fellow Terp Quintin McCree ... GPHS was 14-0, winning 
its first-ever state championship his senior year ... also 
recruited by Penn State, Syracuse and Illinois ... coached 
by Danny Hayes. 

Personal: Born April 22, 1988 ... parents are Anthony 
and Vanette Moten ... majoring in criminology and criminal 
justice. 

Moten s Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS^ UT AT_ TT TFL Sa cks FC FR PBU Int . 
2007 13-0 29 21 50 7.5-40 5.5-38 3 1 1-19 
Career 13-0 29 21 50 7.5-40 5.5-38 3 1 1-19 



DEAN 



MUHTADI 




■ 6-3 • 295 • Sr. • 1V 

Alexandria, Va. 

(T.C. Williams HS / 

Christopher Newport Univ.) 

A hard-nosed defensive lineman who worked his way into 
the two-deep last season ... enters the fall vying for a spot 
at tackle ... one of the strongest players on the team ... 
earned Iron Terp status for the second time in the spring, 
posting the sixth-highest strength index on the team. 

As a Redshirt Junior (2007): Saw action in six games as 
a reserve defensive tackle ... earned the team's George 
Boutselis Memorial Award for the letterman with the highest 
GPA ,., posted four tackles on the season ... notched one 
assisted tackle against Georgia Tech, Clemson and NC 
State ... also assisted on a TFL vs. the Wolfpack ... had a 
solo stop vs. Oregon State ... also saw action vs. Virginia 
and Florida State ... one of 17 players to earn Iron Terp 
status in the spring ... posted the third-highest strength 



index on the team in spring testing 
record 370-pound clean for DLs. 



recorded a school 



As a Junior (2006): Sat out due to NCAA transfer 
requirements ... earned defensive scout team player of the 
week leading up to the Virginia game. 

As a Sophomore (2005 at Christopher Newport 
University): Played in eight of the team's 10 games along 
the defensive line ... earned academic all-conference 
honors ... tallied 19 tackles, including two tackles for loss 
and one sack, on the season ... had a career-high four solo 
stops vs. Salisbury ... posted a career-best five tackles, all 
assisted, vs. Shenandoah. 

As a Freshman (2004 at Christopher Newport 
University): Played in one game and tallied a pair of 
assisted tackles. 

At T.C. Williams High School: A all-district defensive 
lineman in 2003 ... named team MVP as a senior ... also 
served as the punter ... most thrilling moment was returning 
an interception 70 yards for a touchdown against rival 
Hayfield ... coached by Greg Sullivan. 

Personal: Born July 17, 1986 in Alexandria, Va. ...parents 
are T.J. Muhtadi and Maria Roach ... mother works as a 
guidance counselor ... has five brothers and sisters ... a 
finance major ... has worked for Morgan Stanley in the 
summer ... a member of Maryland's Dean's List in the fall 
of 2006 and the spring of 2007 ... graduated from Maryland 
in May, 2008 ... was on the Student Executive Board of the 
business school. 



Muhtadi s Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU 


Int. 


2004* 1-0 2 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 


0-0 


2005' 8-8 7 12 19 2.0-11 1.0-8 


0-0 


2006 Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules 


2007 6-0 13 4 0.5-2 0.0 


0-0 


Career 15-8 8 17 25 2.5-13 1.0-8 


0-0 



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JEREMY 

NAVARRE 




DL • 6-3 • 270 • Sr. • 3V 
Joppatowne, Md. 
(Joppatowne HS) 



A quick, athletic defensive lineman who has emerged as 
one of the top pass rushers in the ACC ... has good hands 
and plays with good leverage ... a converted fullback who 
has a good motor ... can play end or tackle ... penciled in 
as the starter at DT entering the fall ... a durable player 
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35 of the last 37 games at defensfve-dW... his 35 starts 
are tops on the team among active players .. ranks first 
among active Maryland players in career tackles for loss 
(18.0) and sacks (9.0). 

As a Junior (2007): An AII-ACC nominee ... started all 13 
games at defensive end ... tied for second on the team 
In sacks (5.5) and tied for third in forced fumbles (two) 
... earned the James M. Tatum Award as the team's top 
defensive lineman ... (vs. Villanova) ... recorded one sack 
for two yards ... part of a defensive effort that allowed only 
11 yards rushing for the game, and 28 total yards in the 
second half ... (vs. FIU) ... made three tackles ... part of a 
defensive effort that limitied FIU to 81 yards passing and 
82 yards rushing ... (vs. WVU) ... had four stops ... (vs. WF) 
... recorded a tackle ... (vs. Rutgers) ... sacked Mike Teel 
on fourth down and forced a fumble, when Rutgers was 
down by three points late in the fourth quarter ... play set up 
Lance Ball's second touchdown run on the very next snap 
... (vs. UVA) ... made seven tackles, including one sack for 
a loss of eight yards ... (vs. Clemson) ... recorded a career- 
high nine tackles ... (vs. UNC) ... had one tackle ... (vs. BC) 
... made four tackles including 1.5 sacks ... also forced a 
fumble ... (vs. FSU) ... had one tackle ... (vs. NCSU) ... 
recorded four tackles and assisted on for a loss ... helped 
limit the Wolfpack to 10 rushing yards ... (vs. OSU. Emerald 
Bow/) ... posted six tackles, including a career-best five solo 
stops ... missed quite a bit of spring ball with a knee injury, 
but was healthy for fall camp. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Played all 1 3 games at defensive 
end. starting 12 ranked tied for first on the team in 
sacks with 3.5 ... his 9.5 tackles for loss were second on 
the squad ... tied for eighth in tackes (47) ... (vs. WVU) ... 
posted four tackles, including one for a 1-yard loss ... (vs. 
FIU) ... notched four tackles, two solo ... had 1 .5 TFLs for a 
total of seven yards., (vs. GT)... recorded five tackles, one 
solo ... (vs. UVA) ... had two tackles, one solo ... the solo 
tackle came on a sack for a 4-yard loss, his first career sack 
... (vs. NCSU) ... recorded one tackle ... (vs. FSU) ... proved 
• •■"- -' ~r :a~e :::■-: a rjotenfa :a~e-:, -z 
FG attempt with 49 seconds remaining which sealed the 



victory ... recorded five tackles (three solo), including 2.5 
TFL for a total of 12 yards, including a eight yard sack ... 
made two plays on defense which led to Terp touchdowns, 
forcing a fumble in the first quarter and also stopping a 
runner on fourth down in the third quarter ... earned ACC 
Co-Defensive Lineman of the Week (Oct. 28) for his efforts 
... (vs. Clemson) ... notched a season-high seven tackles 
(four solo), including one TFL ... (vs. Miami) ... recorded five 
tackles, including one TFL and a half-sack ... (vs. BC) ... 
notched six tackles (four solo), a TFL and a pass breakup 
... (vs. WF) ... recorded three tackles (one solo) ... (vs. PU. 
Champs Sports Bowl) ... registered three tackles (all solo), 
including one TFL. 

As a Freshman (2005): Played in all 11 games at defensive 
end, starting 10 .. . posted 25 tackles (2.5 for a loss) with one 
pass breakup ... (vs. Navy) ... finished with two tackles in his 
first career start ... (vs. WVU) ... registered a season-high 
five tackles ... (vs. VT) ... recorded the first TFL of his career, 
wrapping up RB Mike Imoh behind the line in the first quarter 
...(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 5-yard loss in 
the first quarter ... (at UNC) ... in on a season-high tying five 
tackles ... became the first true freshman to start a season- 
opener in the Ralph Fnedgen era ... switched from fullback 
- where he worked in the spring - to defensive end dunng 
fall camp ... enrolled in school in January and participated 
in spnng practice. 

At Joppatowne High School: A three-year starter at both 
fullback and defensive end each of his last three years ...a 
very productive player who posted nearly 300 tackles in his 
final two seasons... had 145 tackles (110 solo). 11 sacks and 
four fumble recovenes to go along with 1 5 receptions for 290 
yards and three TDs his senior year ... posted 14 tackles in 
the state championship game ... had 152 tackles. 11 sacks 
and six fumble recovenes as a junior ... a consensus first 
team all-state pick as a junior and senior ... first team All-Met 
(Baltimore Sun) both years as well .. . named Harford County 
defensive player of the year as a senior and Baltimore Sun 
Athlete of the Year as a junior ... a SuperPrep Ail-American 



and that publication's No 2 fullback in the nation an All- 
Atlantic region choice by PrepStar ... selected as a National 
Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete, an award his father 
also earned in 1981 team was 1A state runners-up his 
senior season after going from 4-5 to 8-5 en route to a state 
championship his junior year ... a state champion wrestler 
as a junior who went 88-2 in his prep career, closing with 
71 -straight wins before enrolling at Maryland ... also recruited 
by Penn State, Boston College and Virginia coached by 
Bill Waibel. 

Personal: Born March 16, 1987 parents are George and 
Shem Navarre . . father also played football and wrestled at 
Joppatowne and was the schools first-ever state wrestling 
champ ... majoring in kinesiology. 



Navarre's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU 


Int. 


2005 11-10 7 18 25 2.5-9 0-0 1 


0-0 


2006 13-12 17 30 47 9 5-33 3 5-17 1 


0-0 


2007 13-13 17 24 41 6 0-36 5 5-35 2 


0-0 


Career 37-35 41 72 113 18.0-77 9.0-52 3 2 


0-0 



LEE 



OLIVER 




OL • 6-1 • 310 • Sr. • SQ 

Germantown. Md. 
(Northwestern HS) 



A fifth-year lineman who adds depth at guard ... enters the 
fall as a backup at left guard. 

As a Junior (2007): Did not see game action ... served as 
a reserve at guard ... saw quite a bit of action in the spring 
due to injunes on the offensive line. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Did not see game action ... named 
offensive scout team player of the week for his work in 
practice leading up to the William & Mary contest. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2005): Did not see game action 
... named offensive scout team player of the week for his 
work in practice leading up to the Clemson game. 

As a Freshman (2004): Redshirt season. 

At Northwest High School: A three-year letterwinner who 
was 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 ... coached by Randy Trivers. 

Personal: Bom Feb. 11, 1986 ... parents are Sonnie and Jim 
Oliver ... majoring in general business management 




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DANNY 



OQUENDO 




6-0- 190-Sr. «3V 

Hackensack, N.J. 
(Hackensack HS) 

A dual threat as both a wide receiver and punt returner ... 
joins Darrius Heyward-Bey, Isaiah Williams and LaQuan 
Williams to form one of the top receiving units in the ACC 
... a heady player who is fast and tough with good hands 
... played the slot receiver the last three seasons, though 
he saw some action at X receiver in 2007 ... enters the fall 
No. 1 at slot receiver ... also atop the depth chart at punt 
returner ... also a solid contributor on the coverage teams 
... has played in 33 games with six starts at WR ... ranks 
10th on the Maryland career punt return yards (341) list 
and tied for 1 0th on the career punt returns (4 1 ) chart ... his 
career punt return average of 8.32 is 17th in school history 
... has also participated in track at Maryland. 

As a Junior (2007): Played in the first nine games as a 
reserve wide receiver ... also served as the No. 1 punt 
returner ... ranked fifth on the team in receptions (19) 
despite missing the final four games ... suffered a season- 
ending knee injury during practice leading up to the Boston 
College game (Nov. 10) ... would have ranked ninth in the 
ACC and 58th nationally in punt return average (8.2). but 
played in less than 75 percent of the season's contests ... 
(vs. Villanova) ... did not catch a pass, but did rush once for 
three yards ... returned two punts for 24 yards ... (vs. FIU) 
... caught three passes for 18 yards, and served as the punt 
returner ... had four returns for 29 yards with a long return 
of 19 ... (vs. WVU) ... made three catches for 55 yards, 
including a 22-yard touchdown grab in the fourth quarter 
for Jordan Steffy's first career TD pass ... (vs. WF) ... had 
three catches for 18 yards ... (vs. Rutgers) ... returned a 
punt for 11 yards and three kickoffs for 53 yards ... caught 
four passes for 34 yards ... returned one punt for 12 yards 
... (vs. GT) ... had two catches for 27 yards ... posted a 
season-high 90 all-purpose yards ... (vs. UVA) ... caught 
four passes for 22 yards ... returned one punt for 13 yards 
... (vs. Clemson) ... had one punt return ... (vs. UNC) ... 
returned four punts for 31 yards and a kickoff for 20 yards. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Played in all 13 games at wide 
receiver, with five starts ... played mostly as a slot receiver 
... also saw significant action on special teams as one of 
the team's primary returners ... ranked third on the team 
in receptions (34) and second in receiving yards (396) ... 
ranked fourth on the team in all-purpose yards (57.8 pg) ... 
ranked eighth in the ACC and 53rd nationally in punt return 
average (8.4 ypr) ... his 26 punt returns rank tied for 12th on 
the Terps single-season chart, while his 218 yards are 12th 
... also caught two touchdowns ... (vs. W&M) ... caught three 
passes for 55 yards ... hooked up with Sam Hollenbach 



for a career-long 38 yard strike in the first quarter ... was 
forced out at the 1-yard line but the play set up TD run by 
Keon Lattimore ... (vs. WVU) ... caught three passes for 

40 yards ... rushed once on a reverse for 21 yards ... (vs. 
FIU) ... caught three passes for 18 yards ... also handled 
punt return duties, with five returns for a career-high 15.0- 
yard average ... was one defender from his first return for 
a TD ... posted a career-high 111 all-purpose yards ... (vs. 
GT) ... caught two passes for 21 yards, including a 17- 
yard reception ... (vs. UVA) ... recorded three catches for 

41 yards ... one of his receptions was a 20-yard grab over 
the middle for a first down ... (vs. NCSU) ... recovered the 
fourth-quarter onside kick that preserved the victory ... also 
handled punt return duties ... (vs. FSU) ... proved invaluable 
in the special teams unit, returning three punts for for a 
career-high 85 yards, including a career-long 45-yarder in 
the second quarter that set up a touchdown ... also rushed 
18 yards on an end-around play ... (vs. Clemson) ... caught 
five passes for 36 yards and the teams lone TD, the first 
of his career ... the score was an 8-yard grab in the second 
quarter ... (vs. Miami) ... caught two passes for 16 yards ... 
(vs. BC) ... led the team in receiving with a career-high six 
catches for 65 yards and a touchdown ... the score came 
on Josh Allen's halfback option pass from the 9-yard line 
... (vs. WF) ... caught two passes for 11 yards ... (vs. PU. 
Champs Sports Bowl) ... hauled in three passes for 60 
yards, including a 29-yarder ... also handled the Terps' punt 
return duties for the first time in his career. 

As a Freshman (2005): One of four true freshmen to see 
action in all 1 1 games . . . started the finale against NC State 
... finished the season with three receptions for 20 yards . . . 
outstanding on special teams, finishing with a team-best 10 
tackles and two fumble recoveries ...the fumble recover- 
ies were against West Virginia and Boston College ... (vs. 
NCSU) ... first career start ... finished with a season-high 
two receptions for 10 yards. 




mm 

At Hackensack High School: A three-year starter who 
played wide receiver and safety ... career-best numbers 
in 2004 included 45 receptions for 843 yards with nine 
touchdowns ... also returned seven punts (125 yards), 12 
kickoffs (293 yards) and notched 81 tackles (53 solo) to go 
along with two sacks and three interceptions ... led his team 
in tackles as a junior with 94 while catching 27 passes for 
540 yards and seven touchdowns ... returned two kicks and 
one punt for TDs as a junior ... first team all-state by the 
Associated Press and Newark Star Ledger as a senior ... 
also an all-league and all-county pick as a junior and senior 
... recipient of the Madison Square Garden High School 
Heisman ... an All-East region selection by PrepStar ... 
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 ... 
coached by Ralph Dass. 

Personal: Born July 8. 1 987 ... full name is Daniel Oquendo 
Jr. ... parents are Ana Garcia and Daniel Oquendo ... a 
criminology and criminal justice major ... last name is 
pronounced "oh-KEN-doh." 



Oquendo s Career Statistics 

Receivinq G-GS Rec Yds Avq TD 


LP 


2005 


11-1 3 20 


6.7 





10 


2006 


13-5 34 396 


11.6 


2 


38 


2007 


9-0 19 173 


9.1 


1 


22 


Career 


33-6 56 589 


10.5 


3 


38 


Rushing 


G-GS Att. Gain Lost 


Net 


Avg. TD 


LP 


2005 


11-1 





0.0 





2006 


13-5 3 39 16 


23 


7.7 


21 


2007 


9-0 3 8 1 


7 


2.3 


5 


Career 


33-6 6 47 17 


30 


5.0 


21 


Returns 


G-GS KOR Yds Avg. TD 


PR 


Yds Avg. 


TD 


2005 


11-1 3 35 11.7 





0.0 





2006 


13-5 8 114 14.2 


26 


218 8.4 





2007 


9-0 5 81 16.2 


15 


123 8.2 





Career 


33-6 16 230 14.4 


41 


341 8.3 






OLUGBEM I 

OTULAIA 




Freeport, N.Y. 
(Freeport HS / Marist) 

A powerful, hard-nosed defensive lineman who emerged 
as a valuable backup last season ... one of the strongest 
players on the team ... enters the fall atop the depth chart at 
nose tackle, along with Dion Armstrong ... posted Iron Terp 
status in spring 2008 testing ... posted the highest strength 
index on the team in the spring. 



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As a Redshirt Junior (2007): Saw action in five games as 
a reserve defensive tackle ..has one tackle on the season, 
posting a sack for a loss of 10 yards against North Carolina 
,.. saw the first action of his Terps career vs Clemson ... 
also played vs. Boston College, Flonda State and NC 
State 

As a Junior (2006): Sat out while fulfilling NCAA transfer 
requirements .. named defensive scout team player of 
the week for his work in practice leading up to the Boston 
College contest 

As a Sophomore (2005): Finished the 2005 season with 
32 tackles (11 solo and 21 assisted), including 3 1/2 for a 
loss of 21 yards ... recorded 1 1/2 sacks for a loss of 16 
yards and recovered two fumbles 

As a Freshman (2004 at Marist): Had 10 tackles, including 
seven solo stops, on the season 

At Freeport High School: A four-year letterwinner who 
earned all-state, all-county, all-conference, all-academic 
team and All-Long Island honors, while leading his team 
to the Long Island Championship and a 12-0 record as a 
senior ... also a three-year member of the track and field 
team ... saw two years of action on the wrestling squad, 
earning all-county honors in 2001 ... coached by Russ 
Cellan. 

Personal: Born Dec. 11, 1986 in Brooklyn. NY. ... parents 
are Femi and Bosede Otulaja ... father is a teacher and 
the pnnce of the Yoruba tribe in Nigeria ... relinqueshed 
the throne after the passing of his father to stay in America 
... mother is a social worker ... has four siblings ... an 
economics major ... likes to write, play music and serve as 
a DJ m his spare time ... has worked as a camp counselor 
... volunteered for the Special Olympics in 2005 and 2006 
a member of the African Student Association and the 
Black Student Union ... majoring in Amencan studies 



ANTWI N E 

PEREZ 



Otulaja s Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int. 

2004- 8-0 7 3 10 2 0-3 2 0- 3 0-0 

2005- 1_y 11 21 32 3.5-21 1.5-16 1 2 0-0 



2006 


0-0 


0.0-0 


00-0 








0-0 


2007 




1 1.0-10 


10-10 








0-0 


Career 


24-8 19 24 


43 6 5-U 


4.5-29 


1 2 





0-0 



■ ,. v'rr 




DB • 6-1 • 200 • So. • TR 
Westville Grove, N.J. 
(Woodrow Wilson HS/USC) 



A talented second-year defensive back who enrolled in 
school in January 2007 after transferring from USC ... has 
practiced with the team since the spring of 2007, but sat out 
last season under NCAA transfer guidelines ... worked at 
strong safety in the spring of 2007 ... moved to free safety 
last spring ... joins Terrell Skinner atop the depth chart en- 
tering the fall ... has three years of eligibility remaining. 



As a Sophomore (2007): Sat out to I 
guidelines. 



NCAA transfer 



As a Freshman (2006 at USC): Played in seven games 
while serving as a backup free safety ... saw action vs. 
Arkansas, Nebraska, Arizona, Washington, Arizona State. 
Stanford and Oregon) ... posted three tackles on the sea- 
son with one against Washington. Stanford and Oregon ... 
saw most of his action on special teams, but did come in at 
safety briefly in three games (Arkansas. Stanford. Oregon) 
... graduated from high school a semester early and en- 
rolled in college in the spring. 

At Woodrow Wilson High School: One of the most 
sought after defensive back recruits in the nation ... named 
a 2006 Parade All-Amencan ... also tabbed first-team All- 
USA Today ... named an EA Sports first-team All-American 
and a member of Super Prep Elite 50 ... earned a spot on 
the Prep Star Dream Team and the ESPN 150 ... a Super 
Prep All-Amencan, Prep Star All-Amencan. Super Prep 
All-Northeast Defensive MVP, Prep Star All-Eastern and 
Gatorade New Jersey Player of the Year ... earned first- 
team all-state honors ... selected The Philadelphia Inquirer 
South Jersey Defensive MVP ... an all-conference selection 
as a defensive back and quarterback ... had 82 tackles, 
10 deflections, seven interceptions, four forced fumbles 
and three fumble recoveries in 2005 ... also threw for 
1.700 yards with 14 TDs and ran for 195 yards with two 
TDs ... as a junior in 2004. he recorded 58 tackles, seven 
interceptions and four forced fumbles, and also passed for 
1.763 yards with 15 scores and ran for another 10 TDs ... 
coached by Mike McBride. 



Personal: Bom Apnl 10. 1988 . parents are Phyllis and 
Lewis Perez ... both were standout high school athletes ... 
mother was first player to score 1,000 points in basketball 
at her high school and father was a prep All-Amencan ... 
enjoys computers ... majoring in American studies. 

Perez's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int. 
2006 - 7-0 3 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 

2007 Sal out due to NCAA transfer rules 

Career 7-0 3 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 
• at USC 

STEVE 

PFISTER 




6-2 • 234 • Jr. • 1V 

Columbia, Md. 
(Mount St. Joseph HS) 

A fourth-year player who moved from linebacker to running 
back last season ... enters the fall as a backup at fullback 
... good special teams player. 

As a Sophomore (2007): Played in seven games, all on 
special teams ... did not record any statistics ... served as a 
reserve fullback .... moved from linebacker to running back in 
the spring ... was the No. 2 fullback in spnng practice. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2006): Did not see game action 
... served a scout team linebacker ... named defensive scout 
team player of the week for his work in practice leading up 
to the NC State contest. 

As a Freshman (2005): Redshirt season. 

At Mount St. Joseph High School: A three-year letterwinner 
..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 ... spent his first two years at Long 
Reach HS ... coached by Mike Working. 

Personal: Bom June 8. 1987 in Columbia, Md. . . . full name is 
Steven Pfister. Jr. ... parents are Steven and Theresa Pfister 
. . majonng in criminology and criminal justice. 



TERRAPIN PROFILES 



T 
U 



DAVE 

PHILISTIN 




LB • 6-2 • 231 • Sr. • 3V 

Manchester, N.H. 
(Manchester Central HS) 



An athletic, versatile linebacker who had a breakout 2007 
campaign ... one of the top tacklers in the ACC last season 
... named to the watch list for the 2008 Nagurski Trophy ... 
a concensus preseason first team AII-ACC choice ... first 
team selection by The Sporting News. Blue Ribbon and 
Lindy's ... second team by Athlon ... 11th-ranked ILB in the 
nation by Lindy's ... has appeared in the last 36 games, 
with 13 starts, all last season at Mike linebacker ... one of 
the team's fastest linebackers ... did not take part in spring 
ball, while recovering from off-season shoulder surgery, but 
expected to be ready for fall camp ... enters the fall No. 1 
on the depth chart at Mike linebacker along with 
Chase Bullock ... his 157 career tackles are 
tops among active Terps ... attained Iron 
Terp status in the spring of 2006 with 
the seventh-highest strength index on 
the team ... did not test 
in 2007 and 2008 
due to injury. 




As a Junior (2007): An all-league nominee who ranked 
fourth in the ACC and tied for 38th nationally in tackles 
(9.5 pg) ... his 124 tackles were second on the team ... 
started all 13 games at Mike LB ... fourth on the team (tops 
among linebackers) with four pass breakups ... his 11.8 
tackles per game in ACC play led the league ... posted 
double-digit stops in each of the last eight regular-season 
games ... (vs. Villanova) ... earned his first start at the Mike 
linebacker spot and responded with a pass breakup, three 
tackles, including one for a loss in the first half ... defense 
only allowed 28 yards total in the second half and 11 yards 
rushing for the game ... (vs. FIU) ... made four tackles on the 
day and helped limit FIU to 81 yards passing and 82 yards 
rushing ... (vs. WVU) ... recorded nine tackles ... assisted 
on one tackle for a loss ... (vs. WF) ... notched eight tackles 
... had four solo stops ... broke up one pass ... (vs. Rutgers) 
... recorded a then career-high 11 tackles, tied for the most 
on the team ... had a career-best eight solo stops ... also 
broke up a pass ... (vs. GT) ... recorded 21 tackles, the 
most by a Terrapin since 1998 ... set a new career high for 
the second straight game ... also stopped Tashard Choice 
short of the end zone on a two-point conversion attempt 
that would have tied the game at 28-all ... named ACC 
Defensive Lineman of the Week for his performance ... (vs. 
UVA) ... made 10 tackles ... also broke up a pass ... (vs. 
Clemson) ... had 12 tackles, including one for a loss of four 
yards ... (vs. UNC) ... second on the team with 10 tackles 
... led the team with seven solo tackles, one of 
which was for a loss of a yard ... (vs. BC) ... 
tied for the team-lead with 13 tackles, including 
one for a loss ... (vs. FSU) ... led the team in 
tackles with 10 ... also had one tackle for a 
loss ... (vs. NCSU) ... led the team in tackles 
for the third time during the season with 10. 
including 1.5 for a loss ... snagged his first 
career interception in the first quarter and 
returned it 43 yards ... (vs. OSU. Emerald 
Bowl) ... posted three tackles ... recorded 
his first career fumble recovery and forced 
fumble ... entered the fall No. 2 on the 
depth chart at Will linebacker and moved to 
Sam LB during preseason camp. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Played in all 13 games 
as a reserve linebacker and on special teams ... 
made two starts at Sam LB ... ranked fifth on the 
team in tackles for loss with 5-1/2 ... ranked 10th 
on the team in solo tackles with 15 ... (vs. W&M) ... 
posted a season-high seven tackles, second most 
on the team in the game... brought down a Tribe 
runner for a 2-yard loss in the fourth quarter ... his 
four solo stops were also a career best ... (vs. MT) ... 
recorded three tackles, one solo with one TFL in his 
first career start ... (vs. WVU) ... notched two tackles, 
one solo, and one TFL ... (vs. GT) ... recorded one 
tackle in his second career start ... (vs. UVA) ... 
notched two solo tackles ... (vs. NCSU) ... posted 
three tackles (two solo), including a 2-yard TFL ... 
(vs. FSU) ... recorded two tackles, one solo ... (vs. 
Clemson) ... notched three tackles (two solo) and a 
TFL ... (vs. BC) ... recorded two solo tackles, including 
a TFL of five yards ... (vs. PU, Champs Sports Bowl) ... 
had one tackle in a reserve role ... posted the seventh- 
highest strength index on the team in spring testing ... 
also posted a 40 1/2-inch vertical jump. 



mmmmm 

As a Freshman (2005): Played in 10 of 11 games as reserve 
LB . . . lone game he did not play was the season opener . . . 
notched seven tackles (five solo) on the season ... one of 
six true freshmen to see game action... also had one-half 
tackle for loss and a QB hurry ... (vs. \/T) ... finished the day 
with one tackle and the first quarterback hurry of his career 
...(at UNC) ... recorded a pair of solo tackles ... (at NC St.) 
... finished with a season-high tying two tackles (one solo) 
and shared his first career TFL. 

At Manchester Central High School: Afour-year letterwin- 

ner and three-year starter who played inside linebacker 
and tailback his last two years after starting at defensive 
end as a sophomore . . . finished his senior season with 1 08 
tackles, one interception (returned for a TD), 4 1/2 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. corn's Tom 
Lemming ... a PrepStar All-Amencan ... an All-New England 
pick by SuperPrep (third-rated player in the region) ... team 
won state championships all four years he played including a 
13-0 season in '04 ... team was 47-3 in his career ... lettered 
two years in track (sprints and shot put) ... also recruited by 
Ohio State, Michigan, Boston College and West Virginia ... 
coached by Jim Schubert. 

Personal: Born Sept. 24, 1986 ... mother is Liz Murphy ... 
brother, Jacques, was an Ail-American nose tackle at Norfolk 
State ... majoring in American studies. 

Philistin's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int. 



f f- 



2005 


10-0 


5 


2 7 I) 5-0 


0-0 





0-0 


2006 


13-2 


15 


11 26 5.5-15 


0-0 





1 0-0 


2007 


13-13 


54 


70 124 6.5-14 


0.0-0 


1 1 


4 1-42 


Career 


36-15 


74 


83 157 12.0-29 


0.0-0 


1 1 


5 1-43 



PAUL 



PINEGAR 




6-4 • 275 • So. • 1V 

Brookeville, Md. 
(Sherwood HS) 



A versatile, reserve offensive lineman who enters the fall 
as a backup at right tackle ... has played both tackle spots 
in his career ... saw his first career action last season, 
providing valuable snaps. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2007): Saw action in five games 
as a reserve offensive lineman ... played left tackle against 
Clemson, North Carolina, Boston College, Florida State 
and NC State ... had a solid spring after getting more snaps 
with the absence of a number of offensive linemen. 






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As a Freshman (2006): Served a redshirt season 
named offensive scout learn player of the week for his work 
in practice leading up to the Wake Forest contest 

At Sherwood High School: A three-year letterwinner 
and starter played offensive and defensive line ... an 
all-county performer as a senior when he helped lead the 
squad to a 12-2 record and a state championship game 
appearance ... posted 76 tackles, including two sacks, two 
forced fumbles and three recovered fumbles in 2005 ... 
coached by Al Thomas. 

Personal: Bom March 25. 1988 in Brookeville, Md. ... 
parents are Tim and Lisa Pmegar ..an honor roll student in 
high school ... grandfather played football for Ohio State ... 
he served in WWII instead of pursuing an NFL career with 
the Detroit Lions ... majonng in history 

BEN 

POOLER 



JOSH 




LB • 6-2 • 230 • Fr. • RS 
Morristown, N.J. 

(Lawrenceville School) 



A quick, physical linebacker who has the ability to shed 
blockers ... enters the fall as a backup at Mike linebacker 
tested out as one of the fastest middle linebackers in 
the spring. 

As a Freshman (2007): Redshirted ... served as a reserve 
linebacker ... suffered a knee injury in the preseason and 
was not at full strength until the last month of the regular 
season 

At the Lawrenceville School: A two-year starter at fullback 
and outside linebacker . ranked No. 1 5 among New Jersey 
prospects and No. 47 nationally among outside linebackers 
by Rivals.com ... ranked No. 42 nationally among outside 

linebackers by Scout. Inc an all-state prep selection 

as a senior ... an All-Mid-Atlantic Prep League selection 
as a senior when he was team captain ... had 47 tackles. 
including 34 solo stops and four sacks, in nine games as 
a junior ... also had one interception, while rushing for 716 
yards and hauling in 15 passes for 182 receiving yards 
earned honorable mention all-prep accolades as a junior by 
the Trenton Times ... also recruited by Rutgers and Boston 
College ... coached by Ken Mills 

Personal: Bom May 3. 1988 ... parents are Michael and 
Jamie Pooler ... father played basketball at Frostburg State 
... enrolled in letters and sciences ... made the dean's list 
his final semester of high school. 



PORTIS 




QB -6-4 -210 -Jr. • SQ 
Woodland Hills, Calif. 
(William H. Taft HS / Florida) 



A multi-dimensional quarterback who transferred from the 
University of Florida at the end of the 2005 season ... enters 
the fall No. 3 on the depth chart at quarterback ... sat out 

2006 due to NCAA transfer rules and did not play during 

2007 ... an excellent runner with a live arm . . . earned Iron 
Terp status for the first time in his career during spring 2008 
testing ... posted the 26th-highest strength index on the 
team last spring. 

As a Sophomore (2007): Ruled ineligible prior to the season 
opener and did not see game action ... did practice with the 
team ... competed with Jordan Steffy and Chris Turner for 
the No. 1 signal-caller job in the preseason ... hit on 20 of 
36 passes for 231 yards with one TD and two picks in three 
spnng scnmmages ... connected on 5 of 12 passes for 104 
yards, including a 68-yard TD to Darnus Heyward-Bey in the 
Red-White Spring game. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2006): Sat out due to NCAA 
transfer rules ... earned the Terps' offensive scout team 
player of the year award ... set QB school record for 40-yard 
dash time (4.53) in spring testing 

As a Freshman (2005 at Florida): Saw action in six of 11 
games ... decided to transfer pnor to the Gators' trip to the 
Outback Bowl ... was 6 of 1 1 for 81 yards with no touchdowns 
and one interception on the season ... the team's fourth-lead- 
ing rusher 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 cany 
the ball eight times for 59 yards at Kentucky . . . career-high 
29-yard carry to the 1-yard line set up a DeShawn Wynn 
touchdown. 

At William Howard Taft High School: A three-year let- 
terwinner who 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 Scoutcom ... coached by Troy Starr. 

Personal: Bom July 14. 1987 ... mother is Patricia Porbs ... 
cousin of Washington Redskins running back Clinton Ports 
... an American studies major. 



Portis Career Statistics 

Passing G-GS Att Cmp Pet Yds TD Int Lg EH 

2005* 6-0 6 11 54 5 28 982 

2006 Sat ou! due to NCAA transfer rules 

2007 Did not play 

Career 6-0 6 11 545 28 98.2 



Rushing 

2005 - 

2006 

2007 

Career 

' at Flonda 



G-GS Art. Gain Lost Net Avg. TD LP 
6-0 24 184 21 163 68 30 
Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules 
Did not play 
6-0 24 184 21 163 6.8 30 



DANE 

RANDOLPH 




OL • 6-5 • 300 • Sr. • 3V 

Columbia. Md. 
(Wilde Lake HS) 



A durable, fifth-year offensive lineman who assumed a 
more prominent role in 2007 .... the returning starter at nght 
tackle ... a reserve and part-time starter dunng the 2006 
season ... a former defensive lineman who moved to the 
offense in 2005 ... has added more than 40 pounds since 
arriving at Maryland ... moves very well ... has earned 
Iron Terp status each of the last four spnngs ... posted the 
fourth-highest strength index on the team dunng the spnng 
of 2008. 

As a Junior (2007): Started all 13 games at right tackle 
... opened holes for running backs Lance Ball and Keon 
Lartimore. who combined to rush for nearly 1 .600 yards and 
25 TDs ... also helped first-year starting QB Chris Turner 
post the third-best passing efficiency rating in the ACC ... 
one of only two offensive linemen (also Edwin Williams) 
and three offensive players (also Darrius Heyward-Bey) 
to start each contest ... shared time with Jack Griffin until 
Griffin moved to the starting right guard position due to 
injuries ... //s. Vtllanova) ... started at right tackle and saw 
action in 55 plays, third most among o-linemen ... (vs. FIU) 
... started for second consecutive game ... (vs. WVU) ... 
started at right tackle and saw action on 41 plays ... (vs. 
WF) ... started at right tackle and moved to left tackle in the 
second half, subbing for an injured Scott Buriey saw action 
in 67 plays ... (vs. Rutgers) ... started at right tackle and 
saw time on 59 plays as the Terps rolled up 458 total yards 
... (vs. GT) ... in on 35 plays ... (vs. UVA) ... saw action on 
51 plays ... (vs. Clemson) ... started at right tackle and in 
on 63 plays, second most on the offensive line ... (vs. UNCj 
... started at nght tackle and saw action in 74 plays ... (vs. 
BC) ... started at right tackle and was in on all but one play 
(65 total) as the Terps rolled up a season-high 472 total 
yards ... (vs. FSU) ... started at right tackle and saw time 
on a team-high 72 plays ... graded out as the team's best 
lineman ... (vs. NCSU) ... started at right tackle and was 




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in on 68 plays, second most among o-linemen ... graded 
out as the team's best lineman, allowing the Terps to rush 
for a season-high 249 yards ... (vs. OSU, Emerald Bowl) 
... played all 54 offensive snaps at right tackle ,.. recorded 
the fourth-highest strength index on the team during spring 
2007 testing. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Played in 11 of 13 games at 
offensive tackle ... started four games at right tackle ... 
opened holes for running backs Lance Ball and Keon 
Lattimore, who eached rushed for over 700 yards on the 
season ... part of an offensive line which allowed just 19 
sacks, the second-lowest total in the ACC ... (vs. W&M] ... 
started at right tackle, posting two big blocks ... was in on 
a team-high 59 plays ... (vs. WVU) ... started at right tackle 
... (vs. FIU) ... saw action at right tackle and notched one 
big block ... (vs. UVA) ... saw action on six plays ... (vs. 
FSU) ... saw action on five plays, recording one big block 
... (vs. Miami) ... saw action on two plays ... (vs. BC) ... 
started and saw action on 67 plays, with three big blocks ... 
(vs. WF) ... played and notched two big blocks in 28 plays 
... (vs. PU, Champs Sports Bowl) ... started at right tackle 
and saw action on 46 plays ... helped the Terps roll up 206 
rushing yards, second-highest total of the season ... a solid 
spring helped catapult him into more playing time in the fall 
... earned Iron Terp status in the spring ... had the seventh- 
highest strength index on the team in spring testing. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2005): Saw action in four games 
as a reserve offensive lineman ... played against Clemson, 
West Virginia, Temple and NC State ... had two big blocks 
and allowed two sacks in 56 plays ... was not called for any 
penalties ... highest grade of the season came in limited 
action against Clemson, but best effort was in his play at 
Temple ... earned Iron Terp status in the spring ... had the 
10th-highest strength index on the team in spring testing. 



At Wilde Lake High School: A two-year starter who primar- 
ily played defensive end ... also started at offensive guard 
as a senior .... finished his career with 157 tackles and 14 
sacks in his two seasons ... recorded 85 tackles, 10 TFLs, 
eight sacks and batted down five passes as a senior ... a 
SuperPrep Ail-American and Mid-Atlantic region pick ... a 
PrepSfar Ail-American ... a second team All-Met selection by 
the Baltimore Sun as a senior ... all-county as a junior and 
senior ... attended Sandalwood High School in Jacksonville, 
Fla. , as a sophomore . . . also competed three years in track 
three years and two in basketball ... an early commit who 
also considered Penn State and Virginia ... coached by 
Doug DuVall. 

Personal: Born Sept. 4, 1986 ... parents are Angela 
Randolph and Kevin Coley ... mother is an officer in the 
Navy stationed at Fort Meade ... has lived in Maryland, 
Florida, West Virginia, Canada and Portugal due to military 
background ... carried over a 3.2 GPA in high school ... a 
criminolgy and criminal justice major who graduated in May, 
2008 ... enrolled in graduate school pursuing a certificate in 
public health informatics. 

CHRIS 

RHODES 



ROBINSON 




6-3 • 265 • Fr. • RS 
Columbia, Md. 
(River Hill HS) 



A second-year reserve along the defensive line ... valuable 
member of the scout team defense. 

As a Freshman (2007): Redshirt season. 

At River Hill High School: A three-year lertterwinner who 
played defensive end for the Hawks . . . registered 55 tackles 
(32 solo), including five tackles for a loss and two sacks, 
as a senior ... named All-MET (Baltimore Sun), all-county 
and second-team all-state in 2006 ... team went 13-1 and 
played for 2006 Maryland 3A State Championship . . . earned 
all-county honors as a junior in 2005 when his team went 
11-2 ... coached by Brian Van Densen. 

Personal: Born March 28, 1989 ... parents are Frank and 
Brenda Rhodes . . . comes from a farming family ... has two 
sisters, Whitney, who played soccer at Howard Community 
College, and Taylor ... has served the community by visiting 
children's hospitals . . . enjoys hunting and fishing in his spare 
time ... majoring in agriculture science technologies. 




5-10-197-Sr. • 1V 

Germantown, Md. 

(Watkins Mill HS / 

Bowie State) 



A reserve defensive back and valuable special teams per- 
former ... enters the fall as a backup at safety ... has also 
played comerback ... one of the strongest defensive backs 
... missed most of the spring strength testing period while 
recovering from off-season knee surgery. 

As a Junior (2007): Played in nine games, all on special 
teams ... injured his knee and missed the final four games 
... recorded three tackles on the season ... posted a solo 
stop vs. Wake Forest and assisted tackles vs. Rutgers and 
Georgia Tech ... served as a backup at strong safety ... one 
of five DBs to earn Iron Terp status in the spring ... had the 
16th-highest strength index on the team. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Sat out while fulfilling NCAA 
transfer requirements. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2005 at Bowie State): Played 
in five games, tallying four tackles, including three solo 
stops. 

As a Freshman (2004 at Bowie State): Redshirt season. 

At Watkins Mill High School: A first-team all-county selec- 
tion at running back as a senior ... a 2003 first-team choice 
by the Montgomery Gazette ... a 2001 All-Montgomery 4A 
league running back by The Washington Post... a three-time 
all-county performer (2001 , 2003-04) in track and field ... ran 
the 200 and 400m ... coached by Steve Orsini. 

Personal: Born Jan. 7, 1986 ... mother is Evelyn Perry ... 
member of the National Honor Society in high school .. . mem- 
ber of the Bowie State Dean's List in 2004 and the Maryland 
Dean's List in the spring of 2007 ... a family science major ... 
has worked at a community center in the summer. 

Robinson's Career Statistics 



Defense G-GS 


UT AT 


TT 


TFL Sacks FC FR PBU 


Int. 


2005" 


5-0 


3 1 


4 


0.0-0 


0-0 


1 


0-0 


2006 


Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules 






.'007 


9-0 


1 2 


3 


0-0 


0-0 





0-0 


Career 


14-0 


4 3 


7 


0.0-0 


0.0-0 


1 


0-0 



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CARL 

RUSSELL 




QB-6-0- 190* Fr. • RS 

Charlotte. N.C. 
(Myers Park School) 



An athletic, strong-armed quarterback who enters the fall 
No. 4 on the depth chart ... originally signed with the Terps 
in 2006, but did not matnculate until the spring of 2007. 

As a Freshman (2007): Redshirt season ... served as the 
No. 3 quarterback for most of the season, though elevated 
to No. 2 for a short time after Jordan Steffy's injury vs. Rut- 
gers ... practiced with the team in the spring and completed 
3 of 9 passes for 32 yards in the final two scnmmages ,., 
saw limited action in the 2007 Red-White Spnng game, but 
completed both of his passes for 58 yards, including a 35- 
yard TD to former Terp Mart Goldberg. 

At Myers Park High School: A four-year letterwmner and 
three-year starter ... played quarterback his final two years 
and was his team's starting wide receiver as a sophomore 
. was 94-of-202 passing for 1,618 yards and 10 touch- 
downs his senior year ... also rushed 167 times for 865 
yards and 13 touchdowns ... threw for 994 yards and 11 
TDs while running for 816 yards and nine scores as a junior 
... a first team All-Southwestern 4A Conference selection 
... a finalist for the Roman Gabriel Award, an honor given 
to the top player in the region by the Charlotte Touchdown 
Club ... team went 8-5 and lost in the state semifinals to 
eventual state champ Independence ... also lettered four 
years in basketball (guard) and track (triple jumper) ... runs 
a reported 4.5 in the 40-yard dash ... also recruited by Ken- 
tucky. East Carolina and Eastern Kentucky ... coached by 
Jim Ruark. 

Personal: Born Oct. 21. 1987 ... parents are Vivian Sowell 
and Walter Aikens ... enrolled in letters and sciences. 



DL • 6-6 • 270 • Fr. • HS 
Washington, D.C. 
(H.D. Woodson HS) 



A tall, rangy defensive lineman who enrolled in school in 
January and participated in spring ball ... enters the fall as a 
backup at defensive end ... originally signed with Maryland 
in 2007. 

At H.D. Woodson High School: A standout two-way line- 
man who had a breakout senior season ... earned honor- 
able mention All-Met honors as an offensive lineman in 
2006 ... a Pigskin Club All-Metropolitan choice as a senior 
defensive lineman ... also secured first-team All-DCIAA East 
accolades three times, twice as an offensive lineman and 
once as a defensive lineman ... posted 77 tackles, includ- 
ing a career-high 14 sacks, with five forced fumbles from 
his defensive end position in 2006 ... named his team's 
most outstanding lineman his final three seasons ... also 
recruited by Rutgers. North Carolina. Illinois and Michigan 
State ... coached by Greg Fuller. 

Personal: Born July 25. 1989 ... parents are Tonya Russell 
and Anthony Harris ... an honor roll student in high school 
... won the 2007 United States Manne Corps Distinguished 
Athlete of the Year Award ... plays the keyboard and likes to 
draw in his spare time ... plans to major in kinesiology. 

SAPPINGTON 



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OL'6-3'305-So.-SQ 

Phoenix. Md. 

(Stephen Decatur HS) 



A third-year offensive lineman who enters the fall as a 
backup at right tackle. 

as a Freshman (2006): Did not see game action ... named 
the scout team offensive player of the week heading into 
the Florida International game. 



As a Freshman (2006): Served a redshirt season 
named offensive scout team player of the week for his work 
in practice leading up to the Clemson contest. 

At Stephen Decatur High School: A first-team All-Bayside 
Conference performer on the offensive line in 2005. helping 
the team finish 10-4 ... also an honorable mention all-state 
that season ... coached by Bob Knox. 

Personal: Born May 10, 1988 ... parents are Alison and 
Gary Sappington ... has a brother Logan and two sisters 
Taylor and Colby . . competes in game fishing tournaments 
on his father's boat ... majonng in communications ... 
maintains over a 3.0 GPA. 



ANDREW 

SCHMITT 




236 • Sr. • 2V 
Derry. Pa. 
(DerryAreaHS) 



A fifth-year player who took over long-snapping duties in 
2005 . . . Terps have continued their streak of seasons without 
a punt blocked, the longest in the nation (none since 1999) 
... has played in every game the last three seasons ... does 
a good job of getting down field in punt coverage. 

As a Junior (2007): Played in all 13 games as the long 
snapper ... did not have a punt blocked ... also played on 
kickoff coverage ... had one tackle on the season, assisting 
on a stop vs. Florida State ... earned Iron Terp status for the 
first time in his career in the spring ... has the 17th-highest 
strength index on the team ... recorded a 565-pound squat 
in spring. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Served as long snapper in all 13 
games ... did not have a punt blocked or an errant snap. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2005): 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 unas- 
sisted) and a forced fumble. 

As a Freshman (2004): Redshirt season ... named defen- 
sive scout team Player of the Week for his work in practice 
leading up to the West Virginia game. 

At Derry Area High School: A three-year letterwinner and 
two-way player who 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 ... coached by Jim Paul. 



TERRAPIN PROFILES 



Personal: Born June 2, 1985 ... parents are Tina and Ed 
Schmitt ... brother, Kyle, played center for the Terps from 
2000-04 and is currently a graduate assistant with the 
Terps ... nickname is "Dewey" ... majoring in geographical 
information systems. 

Schmitt's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int. 



2005 


11-11 


1 2 


3 0.0-0 


0.0-0 


1 





0-0 


2006 


13-13 





0-0 


0-0 








0-0 


2007 


13-13 


1 


1 0.0-0 


0-0 








0-0 


Career 


37-37 


1 3 


4 0.0-0 


0.0-0 


1 





0-0 



ALEX 



SCHULTZ 




LB • 6-1 • 235 • Sr. • SQ 
Gretna, La. 
(DeLaSalleHS/Towson) 



A reserve linebacker who joined the Terps in the spring of 
2006 after redshirting his first year at Towson ... enters the 
fall as a backup at Mike linebacker ... has also served as a 
reserve at Will LB in his career. 

As a Junior (2007): Served as a reserve linebacker ... played 
in one game, seeing action on special teams vs. Oregon 
State in the Emerald Bowl ... did not record any stats on 
the season ... named the scout team defensive player of 
the week heading into the season opener vs. Villanova ... 
made the travel squad for Rutgers, North Carolina, FSU and 
NC State ... posted a 380-pound bench press in the spring, 
third-best among LBs. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Sat out due to NCAA transfer 
rules. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2005 at Towson): Did not see 
game action. 

As a Freshman (2004 at Towson): Redshirted. 

At DeLaSalle High School: A four-year letterwinner who 
recorded 78 tackles, 11 TFLs, six sacks 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 ... coached by Richard Walker 

Personal: Born Feb. 7, 1986 in Hot Springs, Ark. ...father 
is Dr. Melvin Schultz ... is one of seven children (has three 
brothers, three sisters) ... father played football at Harvard 
from 1964-67 ... majoring in economics. 



mmmmmmmm. 

DA'REL 

SCOTT 







■ 5-11 • 192 ■ So. ■ 1V 

Conshohocken, Pa. 
(Plymouth-Whitemarsh HS) 

A talented third-year running back who showed his expo- 
siveness in limited action last season ... a 2007 freshman 
all-league performer ... an elusive runner who has break- 
away speed ... expected to form a potent 1-2 punch at tail- 
back with Morgan Green ... his average of 21.8 yards per 
kickoff return rank 13th on Maryland's career chart ... his 
566 career kick return yards are tied for 18th on the all-time 
list despite just one season on the field ... member of the 
2008 Terrapin Council, the team's leadership committee. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2007): A freshman AII-ACC 
pick by Rivals.com as an all-purpose player ... averaged a 
team-high 84.2 all-purpose yards per game ... led the team 
in kickoff return yards (566), a Maryland freshman record, 
and ranked third in rushing (135) as the No. 3 tailback ... 
his kickoff return yards mark is sixth on the Terps' single- 
season school list, while his 26 returns are fifth ... averaged 
21.8 yards per return, a mark which would have ranked 
sixth in the ACC with enough games played ... averaged 
18.5 yards each time he touched the ball ... that mark set a 
freshman school record for most all-purpose yards per play 





... played in nine games, all as a reserve back and kickoff 
return specialist ... (vs. Villanova) ... did not play due to an 
ankle injury ... (vs. WF) ... made his debut on kickoffs with 
four returns for 101 yards ... had a 39-yard return ... (vs. 
Rutgers) ... rushed three times for 29 yards ... returned two 
kicks for 27 yards ... (vs. UVA) ... finished with four kickoff 
returns for 68 yards ... (vs. Clemson) ... had three kickoff 
returns for 56 yards ... (vs. UNC) ... returned two kickoffs 
for 40 yards ... (vs. BC) ... saw significant time at running 
back behind Lance Ball ... caught a screen pass and took it 
57 yards for a touchdown on his first career reception ... the 
57-yard catch was the third longest by a Terp on the season 
... (vs. FSU) ... had a career-high 149 all-purpose yards ... 
returned four kickoffs for a total of 1 32 yards ... nearly broke 
away from the coverage for a score on a career-long 60- 
yard return ... also saw time on offense and rushed twice 
for 17 yards ... (vs. NCSU) ... led the Terrapin ground attack 
with a career-high 89 rushing yards on only eight carries, 
an 11.1 average ... also returned the opening kickoff 36 
yards, to give him 125 all-purpose yards for the game ... 
(vs. OSU, Emerald Bowl) ... returned two kicks for 36 yards 
... also rushed once for no gain ... had his spring cut short 
after injuring a knee during the first week of practice, but 
was ready for fall camp. 

As a Freshman (2006): Redshirt season ... named offensive 
scout team player of the week for his work in practice leading 
up to the Florida State contest. 

At Plymouth-Whitemarsh High School: A four-year let- 
terwinner and three-year starter who played tailback and free 
safety ... had a monster senior season, rushing 232 times 
for 2,523 yards ( 1 0.9 yards per carry) and 38 touchdowns ... 
rushed for over 1 ,200 yards as a junior ... was the Maxwell 
Award winner for conference player of the year as a junior 
and senior ... chosen all-state by the Associated Press as 
a senior ... a Big 33 All-Star game selection ... area player 
of the year by the Times-Herald ... ranked by Rivals.com as 
the No. 21 "athlete" in the nation ... a SuperPrep all-region 
selection ... team was 8-3, winning the league champion- 
ship his senior year ... lettered four years in track (sprints) 
and basketball (guard) ... won state in the 100 meters as 
a junior with a time of 10.56 ... also recruited by Virginia, 
Penn State, Boston College and Georgia Tech ... coached 
by Joe lacovitti. 

Personal: Born May 26, 1988 ... mother is Gloria Scott ... 
brother, Lee, was a defensive back at LaSalle and brother, 
James, ran track at St. Joseph's ... majoring in kinesiology. 

Scott's Career Statistics 

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



Career 



9-0 
9-0 



14 137 
14 137 



135 
135 



9.6 
9.6 



33 
33 



Receiving 


G-GS 


Rec 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 


LP 


2007 


9-0 


1 


57 


57.0 


1 


57 


Career 


9-0 


1 


57 


57.0 


1 


57 



Returns G-GS KOR Yds Avg. 
: '■ 9-0 26 566 218 

Career 9-0 26 566 21.8 



PR Yds Avg. TD 

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SKINNER 



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DB«6-3 *214 • Jr. • 2V 



St. Petersburg, Fla. 
(Boca Ciega HS) 

A fourth-year player who is in his third season at defensive 
back ... moved from wide receiver pnor to the 2006 season 
enters the fall No. 1 on the depth chart at free safety along 
with Antwine Perez ... a well-built player with good speed 
and quickness hard worker . . . has a long wingspan (6' 9") 
and a 36-inch vertical jump . . . earned Iron Terp status for the 
first time in his career last spring, posting the 21st-highest 
strength index on the team. 

As a Sophomore (2007): Played in all 13 games as a 
reserve safety ... also a regular on special teams posted 
10 special-teams tackles, which tied for fourth on the team 
saw time as the kick returner, mostly early in the season 
... (vs. Vtllanova} ... averaged 24 yards on three kickoff 
returns in his first action as a kick returner ... had a career- 
long return of 29 yards ... recorded one tackle as a reserve 
on the defensive side of the ball ... (Vs. FIU) ... returned 
three kickoffs for 39 yards with a long return of 23 ... made 
one tackle on defense ... (Vs. WVU) ... returned two kickoffs 
for 37 yards ... (vs WF) ... had a career-high two tackles, 
both solo ... (vs. Rutgers) ... matched a career-best with 



two solo tackles also forced a fumble on a Rutgers punt 
return ,., (vs. GT) ... equaled a career high with two tackles 
... (vs. Clemson) ... played and had one tackle ... (vs. UNC) 
... recorded one tackle ... (vs. BC) ... played but did not 
record stats ... (vs. FSU) ... had one tackle ,.. (vs. NCSU) ... 
recorded one tackle ... (vs. OSU. Emerald Bowl) ... returned 
two kickoffs for 28 yards. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2006): Saw action in eight games 
as a reserve defensive back and on special teams ... did not 
record any statistics on the season ... played in the first four 
games of the season (William & Mary, MTSU, West Virginia 
and FIU) and the final four (Miami, BC, Wake Forest and 
Purdue) ... moved from wide receiver prior to the season. 

As a Freshman (2005): Redshirt season as a reserve wide 
receiver . . . defensive scout team player of the year . . . named 
scout team Player of the Week for his work in practice leading 
up to the West Virginia and North Carolina games. 

At Boca Ciega High School: A three-year letterwinner and 
starter who played quarterback, cornerback and linebacker 
in his three years ... in the Bogies' run-oriented offense, he 
rushed for 917 yards on 97 carries with 13 touchdowns ... 
was 32 of 61 for 382 yards passing with six touchdowns ... 
rushed for 200 yards in his teams lone playoff win ... also 
returned an interception and a punt for a touchdown in 2004 
named Pinellas County Player of the Year by the St. 
Petersburg Times ... team captain who was All-Sun Coast, 
all-conference and a Pinellas County all-star ... team's 
defensive player of the year as an outside linebacker his 
sophomore season ... an All-Southeast region selection by 
PrepStar ... team won its district his senior year ... also a 
two-year letterwinner in basketball ..also recruited by UCF, 
Ole Miss. Iowa State. Michigan State and Georgia Tech ... 
coached by Jean Gordon. 



Personal: Born Feb 24, 1987 full name is Terrell Skinner, 
Jr. ... parents are Yvonne and Terrell Skinner ... father is a 
police detective ... majonng in kinesiology. 




Skinner' 

Defense G-GS 


s Career Statistics 

UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU 


int 


2006 


8-0 








0(H) 


0.0-0 








0-0 


2007 


13-0 


9 3 


12 


00-0 


00-0 1 








0-0 


Career 


21-0 


9 3 


12 


0-0 


0-0 1 








0-0 


Returns 


G-GS 


KOR 


Yds 


Avg. 


TD PR 


Ms 


Avq. 


TD 


2006 


8-0 








00 








00 





2007 


13-0 


10 


176 


176 








00 





Career 


13-0 


10 


176 


17.6 








0.0 






TO R R E Y 

SMITH 




WR • 6-1 • 200 • Fr. • RS 
Fredericksburg. Va. 
(Stafford HS) 



A multi-dimensional second-year wide receiver who is ex- 
pected to see time this fall ... impressed the coaching staff in 
the spnng with his speed and athleticism ... enters the fall No. 
2 on the depth chart at X receiver ... earned Iron Terp status 
in spring testing, posting the 16th-highest (second among 
receivers) strength index on the team ... member of the 2008 
Terrapin Council, the team's leadership committee. 

As a Freshman (2007): Redshirted ... named the scout team 
offensive player of the week leading up to the Flonda State 
game ... voted scout team offensive player of the year. 

At Stafford High School: One of the top prospects in the 
state of Virginia ... the No. 54-ranked wide receiver prospect 
by Scouts. Inc. ... also ranked among the SuperPrep Virginia 
33 in 2006 ... ranked No. 28 nationally among dual-threat 
QBs by Rivals.com ... earned honorable mention All-North- 
west Region as a senior while playing quarterback . . . posted 
81 5 rushing yards on 1 55 carries with 1 2 TDs in 2006 .. also 
completed 9 of 25 passes for 230 yards with two touchdowns 
... also had three receptions for 81 yards ... was an all-district 
and all-area choice in 2006 ... also saw action in his career 
at wide receiver, running back, cornerback and kick returner 
... returned six career kick returns for touchdowns ... missed 
four games as a junior due to injury, but still earned all- 
district honors ... honorable mention all-state kick returner 
as a sophomore ... also an all-area selection in 2004 ... an 
academic all-district choice as a junior and senior ... also 
recruited by Virginia Tech and Penn State ... also played 
basketball ... coached by Chad Lewis. 

Personal: Bom Jan. 26. 1989 ... mother is Monica Jenkins 
... likes to fish in his spare time ... enrolled in letters and 
sciences 




STEPHEN 

ST. JOHN 




OL • 6-6 • 300 • Fr. • RS 

Columbia, S.C. 
(Dutch Fork HS) 



A versatile offensive lineman who will vie for time as a reserve 
tackle this season. 

As a Freshman (2007): Redshirted. 

At Dutch Fork High School: A four-year letterman who 
saw starting time in his sophomore and junior seasons ... a 
standout performer prior to injuring his shoulder during senior 
year ... ranked No. 23 in the SuperPrep South Carolina 35 
list ... ranked No. 126 among offensive tackles by Scout, 
Inc. ... has experience at both tackle positions but could 
also see time at the guard spot ... also recruited by Wake 
Forest and Marshall ... played three years of basketball ... 
coached by Bill Kimery. 

Personal: Born Jan. 28, 1989 ... parents are David and 
Cyndi St. John ... an Eagle Scout ... enrolled in letters 
and sciences. 

JORDAN 

STEFFY 




209 • Sr. • 3V 
Leola, Pa. 
(Conestoga Valley HS) 

An intelligent, athletic quarterback who enters the fall as 
the No. 2 signal-caller ... started the first five games in 
2007 before being sidelined with a concussion ... served 
as the backup QB in 2004 and 2006 ... has a strong arm 
and throws a nice ball ... also has good feet ... recorded 
a school record for quarterbacks with a 355-pound bench 
press in spring 2006 testing ... did not test in the spring of 
2007, but had the highest bench press (335) among the 
quarterbacks ... has regained much of his quickness after 
battling injuries earlier in his career. 




As a Junior (2007): Opened the season as the starting 
quarterback ... played in seven games, including starts in 
the first five ... injured vs. Rutgers and played in just two 
games the rest of the way ... posted an efficiency rating of 
121.37 ... (vs. Villanova) ... completed a career-high 19 of 
24 passes (79 percent) for 174 yards and one interception 
... the junior's starting debut was the most efficient effort by 
a Maryland quarterback starting his first career game since 
Brian Cummings completed 83 percent of his passes in a 
1995 win over Tulane to open the year ... his 79.2 percent 
completion percentage is tied for the seventh-best single 
game effort in school history ... also ran for 47 yards and 
a touchdown on eight carries ... (vs. Fill) ... completed 18 
of 26 passes for 135 yards ... long pass was for 24 yards 
... also caught first career pass when his throw was batted 
back to him at the line ...(vs. WVU) ... finished 1 6-for-23 
for a career-high 180 yards ... had one touchdown and 
two interceptions ... 22-yard touchdown strike to Danny 
Oquendo was the first TD pass of his career ... (vs. WF) 
... completed 11 of 20 passes for 115 yards ... gained 39 
yards on seven rushes, but had a net of -22 due to sacks . . . 
matched his career long with a 14-yard run ... (vs. Rutgers) 
... completed 4 of 8 passes for 70 yards and a touchdown 
before leaving the game near the end of the first half due 
to injury (concussion) ... was having one of his best games 
before the injury ... his season-long 39-yard completion to 
LaQuan Williams led to a Lance Ball second-quarter TD 
run ... (vs. 67} ... missed his first start of the year due to 
injury ... (vs. Clemson) ... dressed and served as the No. 2 
quarterback behind Chris Turner ... cleared to play earlier 
in the week ... (vs. FSU) ... entered the game in the second 
quarter for two drives, completing one pass and rushing 
twice ... (vs. NCSUj ... served as the backup QB ... saw 
action in the fourth quarter, going 1-for-1 for 11 yards ... 
(vs. OSU. Emerald Bowl) ... did not play ... emerged from 
the spring as the No. 1 quarterback after battling Josh 
Portis and Chris Turner ... completed 30 of 47 passes for 
376 yards with three TDs and no interceptions in three 
spring scrimmages ... went 7-for-12 for 80 yards with three 
interceptions in the Red-White Spring game ... sat atop the 
depth chart throughout fall camp and was officially named 
starter about 10 days before the season-opener ... member 
of the Terrapin Council, the team's leadership committee. 



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As a Redshirt Sophomore (2006): Served as the backup 
quarterback throughout the season ... saw action in one 
game, playing in the season-opener vs. William & Mary 
where he was 0-for-5 with an interception ... showed in the 
spring that his redshirt season helped him both physically 
and mentally. 

As a Sophomore (2005): Redshirt season. 

As a Freshman (2004): Played in six games as a reserve 
quarterback . . . completed 1 2 of 32 passes for 1 32 yards on 
the season ... (vs. TU) ... made his debut at the collegiate 
level, entering the game late in the third quarter ... rushed 
for three yards on two carries and attempted three passes 
... had a career-long 14-yard run in the fourth quarter ... (vs. 
67} ... came in during the third quarter and completed 5 of 
9 passing attempts for 38 yards ... hit Steve Suter along the 
right sideline on a third-and-8 for 1 3 yards and a first down 
in the third quarter ... connected with Davis for a 13-yard 
completion on a play-action pass in the fourth quarter, 
leading the Terps down the field where they scored their 
only touchdown of the game ... (at UVa) ... came in late in 
the fourth quarter, completing 2 of 6 passes for 48 yards 
... connected with Vernon Davis across the middle for a 
career-long 43-yard completion. 

At Conestoga Valley High School: A four-year starter 
at quarterback who took over the job midway through his 
freshman year ... was 397 of 654 (60.7 percent) for 5,587 
yards with 51 touchdowns and 25 interceptions for his 
career ... last two seasons were his best as he completed 
283 of 447 passes for 3,781 yards and 34 TDs with only 1 3 
interceptions ... rushed for 929 yards and 22 touchdowns 
in his career ... a SuperPrep Ail-American and all-Northeast 
region selection ... an all-region pick by PrepStar ... first 
team all-section as a junior and second team as a senior ... 
named his section's offensive back of the year as a junior 
... also honorable mention all-state as a senior ... led his 
school to the District III championship game as a freshman 
... a teammate of current Terp Stephen Smalls ... a four-year 
letterwinner in basketball ... just the second player in school 
history to record 1,000 points in his career ... also recruited 
by Penn State, Clemson, Virginia Tech and Michigan State 
... coached by Gerald Novak. 

Personal: Born Sept. 26, 1985 ... parents are Shari Steffy- 
Long and Arnie Long ... an excellent bowler (best game is 
a 243) ... his grandmother owns the local bowling lanes ... 
volunteered in his free time with the Special Olympics as 
a prep ... maintains a charity called Children Deserve a 
Chance which donates money to epilepsy foundations ... a 
kinesiology major who graduated in May, 2008 ... pursuing 
a masters of real estate development. 

Steffy's Career Statistics 

Passing G-GS Att Cmp Pel. Yds TD Inl Lg. Eff. 

2004 6-0 32 12 37 5 132 1 43 65 9 

2005 Did not play 

2006 1-0 5 0.0 1 -40.0 

2007 7-5 104 70 67 3 686 2 4 39 1214 
Career 14-5 141 82 58.2 818 2 6 43 1031 

Rushing G-GS All. Gain Lost Net Avg. TD LP 

2004 6-0 24 62 93 (-31) (-13) 14 

2005 Did not play 

2006 1-0 2 1 1 0.0 1 
2007 7-5 52 139 153 (-14) (-03) 1 14 



Career 



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LB • 5-11 • 210 «Jr. • SQ 

Baltimore, Md. 
(McDonogh HS) 



A hard-working fourth-year player who adds depth at 
linebacker . earned Iron Terp status in the spnng for the 
first time in his career ... posted the 22nd-highest strength 
index on the team (tops among inside linebackers) In the 
spnng 

As a Sophomore (2007): Did not see game action ... 
named the scout team defensive player of the game 
leading up to the Rutgers game. 

As a Freshman (2006): Did not see game action ... did not 
play football in 2005 

At McDonogh High School: A two-year letteriwnner 
who posted 146 career tackles, as team finished 6-3 in 
each of his two seasons ... all-MIAA as a senior ... won 
the McCormick Unsung Heroes Award in 2005. which 
recognizes unheralded teamwork and sportsmanship 
among Baltimore area high school athletes ... a scholar- 
athlete of the week honoree as a senior ... teammate of 
Terp WR Darrius Heyward-Bey ... coached by Dominic 
Damico 

Personal: Bom June 14. 1987 works as a summer 
sports counselor with children from his high school ... 
mother is Celeste M. Bland ... has two younger siblings, a 
brother and sister an Amencan studies major. 



RICHARD 

TAYLOR 




DB • 5-11 • 193-Sr. • 2V 

Centreville. Va. 
(Centreville HS) 



An athletic, fifth-year defensive back who missed the entire 
2007 season while recovering from a knee injury ... injured 
his knee in the spring and was not cleared until late in the 



season played a reserve role in 2005 and 2006 . . enters 
the fall No. 2 on the depth chart at cornerback has played 
in 20 career games, mostly on special teams ...an Iron 
Terp each of the last four seasons ... recorded the 10th- 
highest strength index on the team (second among DBs) 
m spring 2007 testing . . has also seen action on the Terps 
track team in his career. 

As a Junior (2007): Did not see game action ... injured his 
knee in the spring and spent the next few months rehabbmg 
from surgery ... was cleared for contact late in the season 
... recorded the eighth-highest strength index on the team 
(tops among DBs) in spring testing. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Played in all 13 games as a 
reserve cornerback and on special teams ... posted six 
tackles on the season .... notched one tackle vs. FIU ... 
recorded two tackles, one unassisted against MTSU ... 
recorded a career-high three tackles, all solo, in the season 
opener vs. Willliam & Mary ... also broke up a pass, the first 
of his career, vs. the Tribe ... ran spnnts (60 meters) for the 
Terp track team in the spnng ... posted a 37'/Hnch vertical 
jump in the spring. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2005): Played in seven games, 
including each of the last four ... made one tackle on the 
season, posting an assisted stop vs. NC State. 



J A IMI E 

THOMAS 



As a Freshman (2004): Redshirt season . 
work due to a shoulder injury. 



did not get much 



At Centreville High School: A three-year letterwinner and 
two-year starter who played tailback, cornerback and outside 
linebacker ... in nine games, rushed for 1.452 yards (161.3 
ypg) and 16 touchdowns ... also had two receiving TDs ... 
rushed for over 750 yards in six games as a junior, but moved 
to OLB in the last four games to help a depleted defense 
... second team all-state (Virginia High School Coaches 
Association), all-district and all-region as a senior ... also 
earned second team All-Met honors from The Washington 
Post ... selected to George Michael's Golden 11 team ... a 
Mid-Atlantic all-region pick by SuperPrep ... also an all-region 
selection by PrepStar ... lettered three years in basketball 
... also recruited by Georgia Tech and Boston College ... 
coached by Mike Skinner. 

Personal: Born Nov. 5. 1985 . parents are Curtis and 
Abigail Taylor ... brothers played football at Purdue (Curtis) 
and South Carolina State (Steve) ... communications major 
who graduated last year ... currently pursuing a master's of 
real estate development. 

Taylor's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int 



2005 


7-0 


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0-0 


2006 


13-0 


- 


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6 0(H) 


0(H) 








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0-0 


2007 


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0(H) 


0(H) 


3 





c 


0-0 


Career 


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■: 


3 


7 0.0-0 


0-0 








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6-4 • 330 • Sr. • 3V 
Harnsburg. Pa. 
(Bishop McDevitt HS) 



A physical, athletic offensive lineman who is a two-year 
starter at left guard ... enters the fall No. 1 on the depth 
chart at left guard ... a preseason second team AII-ACC 
selection by Athlon and Lindy's ... has played in 32 career 
games, including 11 starts, all at left guard ... has a 78-inch 
wmgspan ,., earned Iron Terp status each of the last two 
spnngs ... posted the 16th-highest strength index on the 
team dunng last spring's testing penod. 

As a Junior (2007): Played in eight games, all at left 
guard ... started the first seven games before suffenng a 
fractured fibula and missing the rest of the regular season 
... returned to the lineup for the bowl game ... aided running 
backs Lance Ball and Keon Lattimore to rush for nearly 
1.600 yards and 25 TDs ... also helped first-year starting 
QB Chris Turner post the third-best passing efficiency 
rating in the ACC ... (vs. Villanova) ... started at left guard 
and saw action in 48 plays ... (vs. FIU) ... started at left 
guard ... (vs. WVU) ... started at left guard and was in on 
58 plays, tied for second among offensive linemen ... (vs. 
WF) ... started at left guard and appeared in 69 plays ... 
(vs. Rutgers) ... started at left guard and saw time on 74 
plays, third most among offensive players ... helped the 
Terps rolled up 458 total yards ... (vs. GT) ... started at left 
guard and was in on 49 plays, most among o-linemen ... 
(vs. UVA) ... participated in 20 plays before leaving in the 
second quarter with a fractured right fibula ... (vs. Clemsonj 
... had his streak of 31 straight games played snapped due 
to his leg injury ... (vs. OSU. Emerald Bowl) ... played in a 
reserve role at left guard ... earned Iron Terp status for the 
first time in his career in the spring ... had the 15th-highest 
strength index on the team in spring testing. 





mm 



As a Sophomore (2006): Played in all 13 games along the 
offensive line, starting three at left guard ... opened holes 
for running backs Lance Ball and Keon Lattimore, who 
each rushed for over 700 yards on the season ... part of 
an offensive line which allowed just 19 sacks, the second- 
lowest total in the ACC ... (vs. W&M) ... saw action on 14 
plays ... (vs. MT) ... saw action as a reserve ... (vs. WVUj 
... was in on 16 plays ... (vs. FIU) ... saw game action in 
14 plays, not allowing a sack or missed assignment ... (vs. 
UVA) ... saw time and recorded the team's highest grade ... 
(vs. NCSU) ... saw action and recorded the offensive line's 
highest grade in 16 plays, notching two big blocks ... (vs. 
FSU) ... saw action on 25 plays ... (vs. Clemson) ... played 
and was in on 30 plays ... (vs. Miami) ... saw action on 23 
plays ... (vs. BC) ... started at left guard and saw action on 
75 plays ... (vs. WF) ... started at left guard and recorded 
three big blocks on 58 plays... (vs. PU. Champs Sports 
Bowl) ... started at left guard and saw action on 47 plays. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2005): Played in all 11 games 
along the offensive line, starting one at left guard . . . posted 
three "big blocks" and allowed one sack in 1 62 total plays . . . 
(at Temple) . . . earned first career start ... (at NCSU) ... team's 
highest-graded lineman ... recorded the second-best squat 
(655 pounds) among offensive linemen in spring testing 

As a Freshman (2004): Redshirt season . . . offensive scout 
team player of the week for his work in practice the week of 
the Northern Illinois game. 

At Bishop McDevitt High School: A three-year letterwin- 
ner and starter who 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 return- 
ing 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 Ail-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 ... coached by Jeff Weachter. 

Personal: Born Aug. 22, 1986 ... parents are 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 ... an 
economics major. 



TOWNSLEY 




P-6-0«190«Jr.-TR 
Portsmouth, Va. 
(Churchland HS / Louisburg College) 

A reserve punter who transferred to the Terps in January 
2007 ... will battle for time in the fall ... was impressive 
at times during spring practice ... averaged 35.6 yards 
on five punts in the 2008 Red-White Spring Game ... 
averaged nearly 47 yards per punt in the team's final spring 
scrimmage. 

As a Sophomore (2007): Sat out due to NCAA transfer 
requirements. 

As a Freshman (2006 at Louisburg College): Named 
the All-Hampton Roads preseason punter ... averaged 
39.8 yards per punt ... named an all-state performer ... 
was named to the All-Tidewater Team as the punter ... all- 
district team punter and kicker. 

At Churchland High School: Saw action as a punter and 
place-kicker ... named captain of the soccer team for his 
senior season after playing at the varsity level since he 
was a freshman . . . named to the ODP and Super Y-league 
soccer teams ... earned soccer team MVP honors and the 
coach's award after his senior season. 

Personal: Born June 29, 1987 ... parents are Ed and Beth 
Townsley ... full name is Edward Townsley ... represented 
the United States in six friendly soccer matches in South 
Korea to promote the 2002 World Cup ... majoring in 
enviornmental science and policy. 



CHRIS 

TURNER 




QB -6-4 -210 • Jr. • 1V 
Simi Valley, Calif. 
(Chaminade HS) 



A fourth-year signal-caller who enters the fall No. 1 on the 
depth chart after starting the final eight games last season 
... has shown improvement throughout his first three years 
in his accuracy and knowledge of the offense ... can make 




all the necessary throws and shows poise in the pocket ... 
his career completion percentage of 63.5 ranks second 
all-time in Maryland history, trailing only Scott Milanovich 
(1992-95) ... his career passing efficiency rating of 135.51 
would be fifth in school history, though he has played just 
one season ... member of the 2008 Terrapin Council, the 
team's leadership committee. 

As a Sophomore (2007): Ranked third in the ACC and 36th 
nationally in passing efficiency (135.5 rating) ... completed 
63.5 percent of his passes after taking over for an injured 
Jordan Steffy ... played in 11 games at QB, starting the last 
eight ... threw for over 200 yards seven times, including the 
final six games of the season ... his completion percentage 
of 63.5 is the fifth-best single-season mark in Maryland 
history, trailing only Scott Milanovich, who topped that 
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Reich (1984) , owns the 10lh-best single-season efficiency 
rating (135.5) in school history ... his 153 completions and 
1.958 passing yards rank 17th and 16th, respectively, on 
Maryland's single-season lists his total offense output of 
1.932 yards ranks No. 16 on the the single-season chart 
and his 241 pass attempts are 20th ... named the team's 
most improved player ... (vs. Villanova) ... saw his first 
career action, first subbing for an injured Jordan Steffy in 
the third quarter and then finishing the game ... finished 
the Terps second scoring drive of the third quarter ... 
completed 4 of 6 passes for 33 yards with two interceptions 
WF) . took one snap in relief of Steffy at the end of 
the first half ... (vs. Rutgers) ... entered the game in relief of 
an injured Jordan Steffy. and performed well in the clutch, 
leading the Terps on four scohng drives in the second half 
completed 14 of 20 passes for a 149 yards ... connected 
on 7 of 8 passes on third down earned ACC Co- 
Offensive Back of the Week for his performance ... (vs. GT) 
... earned his first career start and responded with another 
solid performance, completing 10 of 17 passes for 255 
yards and a touchdown ... his 255 yards were the most by 
a Terrapin quarterback since 2005 ... they were also most 
by Maryland quarterback in a starting debut since 1990 
(Scott Zolak. 303 vs. Virginia Tech) ... his efficiency rating 
of 204.24 was the second-highest of his career ... his 78- 
yard TD pass to Jason Goode was the longest completion 
of his career ... (vs. UVA) ... threw for 103 yards on 13-of- 
19 passing ... had a rush of 11 yards which netted a first 
down ... (vs. Clemson) ... made his third-straight start and 
threw for 217 yards on 19 of 31 passing ... had thrown 70 
consecutive passes without an interception until a second- 
quarter pick ... (vs. UNO completed 20 of a career-high 
36 pass attempts for 209 yards ... (vs. BC) ... completed 
21 of 27 passes for 337 yards and three touchdowns ... 
set career highs for completions, passing yards and TDs 
... his completion percentage (77.8) is tied for ninth on the 
Maryland single-game list ... three touchdowns were the 
most by a Maryland QB since Sam Hollenbach threw three 
against FSU in 2006 recorded first 300-yard passing day 
by a Terp QB since Hollenbach had 374 against UNC in 
2005 ... his efficiency rating of 219.29 was a career high 
and ranked fifth in the ACC for the season ..his 330 total 
yards set a career high ... earned ACC Offensive Back of 
the Week for his performance ... (Vs. FSU) ... completed 16 
of 32 passes for 242 yards and a touchdown ... hit Isaiah 
Williams deep for a 66-yard gain in the third quarter, the 
second-tongest completion of his career ... fvs. NCSU) ... 
was nearly perfect, completing 19 of 24 passes for 206 
yards ... his completion percentage of 79.2 ranks tied for 
seventh on Maryland's single-game list ... did not throw an 
interception and was only sacked once ..also had a career- 
long rush of 41 yards to set up Maryland's first touchdown 
... (vs. OSU. Emerakmowf) ... had a pair of TD passes on a 
17-for-29 day tor 205 yards ... found Damus Heyward-Bey 
on a 63-yard touchdown in the first quarter, the second of 
two first-quarter TD passes . .. it marked the second-longest 
touchdown pass for the Terps in a bowl game (68. Louis 
Carter to Walter White vs. Georgia. 1973 Peach Bowl) 
.. had earned a share of the No. 2 QB spot in fall camp 
and assumed the backup role prior to the season opener 
.. went 17-of-29 for 192 yards and three interceptions in 
three spring scrimmages ... went 11-tbr-15 with 115 yards 
passing and one pick in the 2007 Red-White Spring game. 



As a Redshirt Freshman (2006): Did not see game ac- 
tion. 

As a Freshman (2005): Redshirt season . . named offensive 
scout team Player of the Week for his work in practice leading 
up to the Wake Forest game 

At Chaminade High School: A three-year letterwinner and 
starter . . a drop-back passer in a pass-oriented offense . . . 
was 1 39 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 ... 
coached by Ben McEnroe. 

Personal: Born Sept 8, 1987 ... parents are John and 
Grace Turner ... an avid scuba diver ... father was the 
original drummer in the band Ratt ... majonng in govern- 
ment and politics. 



Turner's Career Statistics 

Passing G-GS Art Cmp Pet. Yds TD Int 


Lg- 


Eft. 


20( 1 


11-8 241 153 63 5 1958 


7 


7 


78 135 51 


Career 


11-8 241 153 63.5 1958 


7 


7 


78 135.51 


Rushing 


G-GS Art Gain Lost 


Net 


Avg 


TD 


LP 


2007 


11-8 44 127 153 


-26 


-2 2 


41 


Career 


11-8 44 127 153 


-26 


■2 2 


41 



RONNIE 

TYLER 




Wagener. S.C. 

(Wagener Salley HS/ 

Hargrave Military Academy) 

An electrifying talent who is expected to compete for time at 
wideout m the fall ... enters the fall No. 2 on the depth chart at 
slot receiver . . . tested as one of the stronest wide receivers in 
the spring ... originally signed a letter of intent with Maryland 
in 2006. but entered school in the fall of 2007. 

At Hargrave Military Academy: One of the top prep school 
running backs in the nation ... ranked as the 35th-best prep 
school prospect nationally. .. ranked No. 47 nationally among 
running backs by Scouts. Inc. ... chose the Terps over Clem- 
son. North Carolina. South Carolina. Virginia Tech and Wake 
Forest ... coached by Marty Talbert 



At Wagener Salley High School: A four-year letterwinner 
a three-time all-state performer, including the AP squad 
as a senior ... a SuperPrep All-Amencan as a senior ... the 
fifth-ranked player in the state of South Carolina by Rivals 
com in 2005... the 37th-ranked running back in the nation by 
Scouts, Inc. ... ranked No 51 nationally among running backs 
by Scout.com as a senior ... had over 40 career touchdowns 
... primarily played tailback but started as a wide receiver 
as a freshman and also played quarterback ... rushed for 
over 3,200 yards in his career ... as a senior in 2005. ran 
62 times for 552 yards (8.9 avg.) and a TD while catching 
41 passes for 664 yards and seven touchdowns ... returned 
two kickoffs and four interceptions for a touchdown ... caught 
two passes in the 2006 South Carolina North-South All-Star 
game ... rushed 103 times for 1,113 yards and 17 TDs as 
a junior ... all-area as a junior ,., consistently timed in the 
4.4 range as a prep ... posted a 35-inch vertical jump at the 
Nike Combine in Athens. Ga. ... a three-year letterwinner and 
all-state point guard in basketball ... was also recruited by 
Georgia, Clemson, UNC. South Carolina and Virginia Tech 
... coached by Steve DeRiggs. 

Personal: Born Oct. 10, 1988 ... parents are Ronnie and 
Deborah Tyler ... father is a minister ... brother, Rontreal, 
played football for The Citadel (2003-06) ... enrolled in 
letters and sciences. 



VELLANO 




DL • 6-3 • 270 • Fr. • HS 
Rexford, N.Y. 

(Christian Brothers Academy) 



A hard-nosed first-year defensive lineman ... orginially 
signed with the Terps in 2007, but did not matriculate until 
last spring .. took part in spring workouts and has four years 
of eligibility remaining. 

At Christian Brothers Academy: A three-year letterwinner 
at defensive tackle ... second team all-state selection and 
Section II Player of the Year his senior year, when he was 
team captain . . . ranked by SuperPrep as the No. 1 prospect 
in the state of New York ... recorded 68 tackles in 2006 and 
78 in his junior year ... was first team all-section his junior 
year and second team all-section in his sophomore campaign 
... also considered Boston College. Connecticut, and Penn 
State . . coached by Jim Smith. 

Personal: Bom Oct 30, 1988 ... parents are Paul and Joney 
Vellano . . . father was a UPI second team All-American (1973) 
and two-time AII-ACC selection (1 972-73 ) at defensive tackle 
for Maryland ... brother. Paul, plays football at Rhode Island 
... member of National Honor Society ... enjoys boating in 
his spare time ... enrolled in letters and sciences. 




AUSTIN 

WALKER 



As a Redshirt Freshman (2007): Joined the team for spring "PAY LOR 
practice ... enrolled in the fall. 




DB «6-0* 185* Fr. «RS 

McLean, Va. 
(Langley HS) 



A second-year player who will add depth to the Terps' 
defensive backfield at safety ... valuable member of the 
scout team. 

As a Freshman (2007): Redshirt season. 

At Langley High School: Finished third on the team with 93 
tackles as a senior ... had four pass breakups, two fumble 
recoveries for touchdowns, one forced fumble and a blocked 
kick en route to 2006 first-team Liberty District honors . . . also 
lettered in track as senior for the Liberty District champions, 
earning first-team all-district honors in the shot put . . . also ran 
on the 4x100 team ... won a department award in physical 
education as a senior ... coached by John Howerton. 

Personal: Born Nov. 4, 1988 in Arlington, Va. ... parents 
are Rick 'Doc' and Carol Walker ... has two brothers, Alex, 
18, and Aaron, 14 ... father starred at UCLA from 1974-77 
before being drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals ... also started 
at tight end from 1980-85 for the Washington Redskins, 
playing for the 1982 Super Bowl championship team ... 
father is currently a local sports-talk radio host for Sportstalk 
980 and also covers ACC football for Raycom television ... 
served as sports editor of his high school newspaper ... 
majoring in letters and sciences, but interested in majoring 
in communication. 

NICK 

WALLACE 




PK-5-9- 195«So. «TR 

Fredericksburg, Va. 

(Riverbend HS/ 

Indiana [Pa.] University) 

A first-year place-kicker who joined the team prior to the 
spring semester. 



As a Freshman (2006 at Indiana [Pa.]): Served as place- 
kicker for the Crimson Hawks ... earned first-team All-Penn- 
sylvania State Athletic Conference ... named conference's 
rookie of the year ... made 11 of 13 field goal attempts with 
a long of 40 yards ... also good on 30 of 33 PATs ... made 
a school-record four field goals in victory against Clarion 
(10/4/06) ... made game-winning 37-yard field goal in over- 
time to beat Edinboro (9/30/06). 

At Riverbend High School: A talented place-kicker who 
also played outside linebacker ... earned first-team all-dis- 
trict and second-team all-district honors as a senior and 
junior, respectively ... awarded three varsity letters ... also 
played soccer ... recruited by Purdue and Indiana Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania ... coached by Drew Seaman. 



WATSON 




RB • 6-2 • 235 • Fr. • RS 
Accokeek, Md. 
(Gwynn Park HS) 



A tough, hard-nosed running back who \ 
at fullback in the fall. 



battle for time 



Personal: Born April 3, 1988 parents are Robert and As a Freshman (2007): Served a redshirt season ...named 
Vanessa Wallace ... enjoys paintball in his spare time ... a scout team offenive player of the week for his work leading 
kinesiology major. up to the North Carolina game. 



LANSFORD 

WATSON 




6-4 • 250 • Fr. • RS 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
(Lincoln HS) 



A big, athletic second-year player who is expected to com- 
pete for snaps at tight end. 

As a Freshman (2007): Redshirt season. 

At Lincoln High School: A two-year starter, playing 
mostly at wide receiver while seeing action at linebacker 
... a SuperPrep and PrepStar All-American ... ranked No. 3 
nationally among tight ends by PrepStar ... the 24th-ranked 
wide receiver prospect in the nation by Scouts, Inc. ... ranked 
No. 2 on SuperPrep's New York 15 ... also the second- 
ranked overall prospect in the state of New York by Rivals, 
com .... the No. 8-ranked tight end prospect in the nation by 
Rivals.com ... selected to play in the 2007 U.S. Army Bowl 
... had 18 receptions for 521 yards in just three games as a 
senior ... season was cut short by a broken foot ... his junior 
season he recorded 53 catches for 850 yards scoring 11 
touchdowns, as well as making 18 tackles and grabbing an 
interception... earned all-state, all-city and selected to the 
Brooklyn 44 after his junior season . . . posted 21 receptions 
for 561 yards with two TDs as a sophomore ... also recruited 
by Miami, North Carolina, Rutgers. Penn State. Florida State 
and Pittsburgh... coached by Shawn O'Conner. 

Personal: Born Dec. 5. 1988 ... mother is Claudette Watson 
... enrolled in letters and sciences. 



At Gwynn Park High School: A three-year letterwinner at 
fullback and tight end ... a second team all-state selection 
his senior year . . . also earned second team all-county hon- 
ors in 2006 ... was an effective blocker while also catching 
touchdowns from the tight end position ... also recruited 
by Connecticut, Temple, and Akron ... coached by Danny 
Hayes. 



Personal: Born Nov. 2, 1989 ... parents are V 
Kimberly Watson ... enjoys college basketball 
in letters and sciences. 

BRETT 

WEISS 



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PK • 5-10- 165 -Fr.-RS 
Baltimore, Md. 
(Boys' Latin School) 



A talented two-sport athlete . . doubles as a place-kicker and 
attacker on the lacrosse team ... has a strong leg. 

As a Freshman (2007): Redshirt season as reserve 
place-kicker ... played in all 1 6 games for the 2008 lacrosse 
team, tallying four goals and four assists ... also had nine 
groundballs. 

At Boys' Latin School: A three-year football letterwinner ... 
second team all-Metro selection as a senior by the Wash- 
ington Post ... earned all-MIAA honors ... was named one 
of the Lakers' team captains also one of the top lacrosse 
players in the nation ... 2007 US Lacrosse All-American ... 
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Insde Lacrosse also rated the 46th-best overall recruit 
by Inside Lacrosse a four-year letterman in lacrosse ... 
second learn all-state as a senior 

Personal: Parents are Howard and Betsy Weiss ... brother, 
Brian, plays lacrosse at Penn enrolled in letters and 
sciences 

EDWIN 

WILLIAMS 



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OL'6-3'315»Sr.'3V 

Washington, D.C. 

(DeMatha HS) 



A fifth-year player who has established himself as one of 
the leaders of the offensive line ... emerged as the starting 
center last season . . member of the watch list for the 2008 
Rimmgton Trophy, hononng the best center in the nation ... 
a concensus preseason first team AII-ACC selection ... first 
team choice by The Sporting News. Lindy's and Blue Rib- 
bon ... second team by Athlon ... has played in each of the 
last 36 games ... his 26 consecutive starts are tops on the 
offense possesses good strength and a solid work ethic 



... moves 

the team's leadership committee. 

As a Junior (2007): Started all 13 games at center 
nominated for all-conference honors one of two linemen 
(also Dane Randolph) and three offensive players (also 
Darrius Heyward-Bey) to start each game ... opened 
holes for running backs Lance Ball and Keon Lattimore. 
who combined to rush for nearly 1 ,600 yards and 25 TDs 
... also helped first-year starting QB Chris Turner post 
the third-best passing efficiency rating in the ACC ... (vs. 
Villanova) ... started his 14th-consecutive game at center 
... saw action in 59 plays, second most on the o-line ... (vs. 
FIU) ... started at center ... (vs. WVU) ... started at center 
and saw action on 53 plays ... (vs. WF) ... started at center 
and appeared in 72 plays (tops on the o-line with Andrew 
Crummey) ... (vs. Rutgers) ... started at center and saw 
action on 50 plays ... helped the offense post 458 yards of 
total offense ... (vs. GT) ... participated in 44 plays, second 
most among offensive linemen ... (vs. UVA) ... started at 
center and was in on 54 plays ... (vs. Clemson) ... started 
at center and on the field for 62 plays ... (vs. UNC) ... 
started at center and saw action in all 75 plays ... (vs. BC) 
... started at center and was in on all 66 snaps ... helped 
the offense post a season-high 472 yards of total offense ... 
(vs. FSU) ... started at center and was in on 70 plays ... (vs. 
NCSU) ... saw time on 63 plays, enabling the Terps to rush 
for a season-high 249 yards ... (vs. OSU. Emerald Bowl) ... 
started at center and was on the field for all 54 plays. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Started all 13 games at center 
... one of two offensive linemen to start each game (also 
Stephon Heyer) ... opened holes for running backs Lance 




Ball and Keon Lattimore, who eached rushed for over 700 
yards on the season ... part of an offensive line which 
allowed just 19 sacks, the second-lowest total in the ACC 
(vs. W&M) ... first career start ,.. posted one big block in 
51 plays... (vs. WU) ... started at center and was in on 71 
plays ... (vs. FIU) . . started at center and was in on a team- 
high 73 plays, with one big block ... (vs. GT) ... started and 
was m on 56 plays, with no sacks allowed ... (vs. U. 
saw action in a team-high 59 plays ... (vs. NCSU) ... started 
and was in on 50 plays ... (vs. FSU) ... started and was 
in on 50 plays ... (vs. Clemson) ... played on a team-high 
59 plays ... (vs. Miami) ... started and was in on 35 plays 
.. (vs. BC) ... started and was in on a team-high 78 plays 
... (vs. WF) ... started and was in on 53 plays with two big 
blocks ... (vs. PU. Champs Sports Bowl) ... started and saw 
action in 89 plays. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2005): Played in each of the final 
10 games ... played a total of 145 plays, recording two big 
blocks while allowing one sack ... (vs. Clemson) ... made 
college debut, splitting time at center with Ryan McDonald 
... (vs. WVU) ... played 25 plays at center and did not allow 
a sack ... (at WF) ... credited with three big blocks while not 
allowing a sack ... (vs. UVA) ... was in on 26 plays and did 
not allow a sack ... (a! Temple) ... was in on 46 plays and 
did not allow a sack or commit a penalty ... had no missed 
assignments. 

Asa Freshman (2004): 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, 
Flonda State and Virginia Tech games (three of the season's 
final six games). 

At DeMatha High School: A two-year letterwinner and 
starter ... 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 sea- 
son 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 alkegion 
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 ... coached 
by Bill McGregor. 

Personal: Bom Dec. 10. 1986 ... parents are Edwin and 
Cheron Williams ... a communications major who gradu- 
ated in May. 2008 ... enrolled in graduate school, pursuing 
a certificate in sports management ... member of the dean's 
list in 2006-07 ... recepient of the 2008 Wilma Rudolph 
Student-Athlete Recognition Award. 



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WR • 6-3 • 200 • Sr. • 3V 
Montclair, N.J. 
(Bergen Catholic HS) 



A rangy, speedy wide receiver with good size and hands ... 
joins Darrius Heyward-Bey, Danny Oquendo and LaQuan 
Williams to form one of the top receiving units in the ACC 
... has played in 30 career games, including each of the 
last 27 ... has started 17 games over the last two seasons 
... missed part of spring practice with a broken hand, but 
expected to be ready for fall camp. 



As a Junior (2007): Played in all 13 games at wide 
receiver, starting six, including five of the final six ... split 
time with LaQuan Williams at the Z receiver ... second on 
the team with 395 receiving yards ... his 15.8 yards per 
reception was tops on the team among players with at least 
five catches ... posted 18 of his 25 receptions over the last 
six games of the season ... (vs. WVU) ... had one catch 
for 10 yards ... (vs. WF) ... had a pair of catches for 15 
yards ... (vs. Rutgers) ... made two catches for 38 yards ... 
(vs. GT) ... had two catches for 21 yards ... (vs. Clemson) 
... started and tied a career-high with five catches for 47 
yards ... (vs. UNC) ... had two catches for 44 yards ... (vs, 
BC) ... had one catch for 45 yards ... (vs. FSU) ..had four 
catches for a career-high 84 yards ... made a career-long 
66-yard reception in the third quarter to set up a Maryland 
touchdown ... beat his man deep and then fought him off for 
extra yardage ... that was the second-longest reception by 
a Maryland receiver on the year ... (vs. NCSUj ... had three 
catches for 52 yards, including a long of 38 ... (vs. OSU, 
Emerald Bowl) ... finished with three catches for 39 yards 
... had a 9-yard TD catch from Chris Turner that accounted 
for the first points of the game as Terps cashed in on the 
opening possession of the contest ... also had a 28-yard 
reception on the same drive ... missed spring practice to 
rehab his shoulder which was operated on at the end of the 
2006 season ... missed spring strength and conditioning 
testing due to his shoulder injury ... was at full strength for 
fall camp. 

As a Sophomore (2006): Played in all 13 games at wide 
receiver, starting 11 ... grabbed three touchdowns en route 
to becoming the team's fourth-leading receiver with 28 
receptions ... (vs. W&M] ... caught two balls for 47 yards 
... first multi-reception game of his career ... set up a 
three-yard TD run by Lance Ball by streaking down the left 
sideline for 47 yards on a Hollenbach pass ... (vs. WVU) 
... posted four receptions for 53 yards and his first career 
touchdown ... the touchdown came on a 35-yard pass 
which he pulled in after it fell out of the defender's hands ... 



(vs. FIU) ... caught four passes for 27 yards and his second 
career touchdown ... the score came on a 5-yard strike with 
10 seconds to go in the first half as he snuck his feet inside 
the pylon on the left side on a third down ... (vs. GT) ... saw 
action as a reserve wideout ... (vs. UVA) ... did not start, but 
caught one pass for 13 yards ... (vs. FSU) ... caught two 
passes for 12 yards ... (vs. Clemson) ... caught a career- 
high five passes for a season-best 66 yards ... (vs. BC) ... 
caught two passes for 41 yards ... (vs. WF) ... caught three 
passes for 65 yards and a touchdown ... the score came 
from five yards out after a 48-yard catch he made earlier in 
the drive ... (vs. PU. Champs Sports Bowl) ... caught three 
passes for 24 yards. 

As a Freshman (2005): Saw action in four games . . . caught 
one pass for four yards ... (vs. Clemson) ... made collegiate 
debut at wide receiver but did not record any statistics ... (at 
Temple) ... recorded first career reception, a 4-yard catch 
from Joel Statham in the fourth quarter. 

At Bergen High School: A two-year letterwinner and 
starter who set single-season school records in 2004 with 
45 receptions for 897 yards and 12 touchdowns ... also had 
nine kickoff returns for 308 yards (34.2-yard average) ... 
caught 1 1 passes for 229 yards and three TDs as a junior ... 
named second team all-state by the Associated Press and 



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Newark Star Ledger... first team all-group, All-North Jersey 
and all-county ... an All-East region pick by PrepStar ... an 
All-Northeast selection by SuperPrep ... team lost its first two 
games before running the table for a 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 ... coached by Fred Stengel. 

Personal: Born Jan. 30, 1987 ... parents are Ira and Rita 
Williams ... majoring in communications ... father played 
football at Rutgers and brother, Ira Jr., played at Wake For- 
est from 1 998-2001 ... twin sister, Tahirah, is a guard on the 
UConn basketball team. 



1. Williams 

Receiving G-GS 


Career Statistics 

Rec Yds Avg TD 


LP 


2005 4-0 


1 


4 4.0 





4 


2006 13-11 


28 


379 13.5 


3 


48 


2007 13-6 


25 


395 15.8 


1 


66 


Career 30-17 


54 


778 14.4 


4 


66 



LAQUAN 

WILLIAMS 




WR-6-1 '180*So. • 1V 

Baltimore, Md. 
(Baltimore Polytechnic HS) 



An athletic, rangy third-year player who emerged as one of 
the top young receivers in the league last season ... joins 
Darrius Heyward-Bey, Danny Oquendo and Isaiah Williams 
to form one of the top receiving units in the ACC ... a 2007 
freshman AII-ACC choice ... enters the fall as a reserve at 
X receiver ... missed the second half of spring practice with 
a knee injury ... expected to be ready for fall camp ... spent 
his freshman season as a defensive back. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2007): Named to the 2007 
Sporting News ACC All-Freshman Team ... played in the 
first 1 games of the season at wide receiver before missing 
the final three with a knee injury ... made seven starts ... 
split time with Isaiah Williams at Z receiver ... fourth on the 
team with 217 receiving yards ... (vs. Vlllanova) ... recorded 
a career-high three catches for 40 yards in the first action of 
his collegiate career ,., (vs. FIU) earned first career start 
and had one catch ... (vs. WF) ... started and had one catch 
for 16 yards ... (vs. Rutgers) ... recorded two catches for a 
career-high 66 yards, including a spectacular diving grab 
for 27 yards, which set up Keon Lattimore's fourth-quarter 
touchdown ... also had a career-long 39-yard catch which 
helped set up a first half TD ... (vs. UVA) ... started and had 
two catches for 19 yards ... (vs. Clemson) ... matched a 
career-high with three catches for 36 yards ... (vs. UNC) ... 
made two catches for 28 yards ... (vs. BC)... had one catch 
for 12 yards ... (vs. FSU) ... did not play due to a knee injury 



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suffenng m practice leading up to the game ... (vs. OSU. 
Emerald Sow/) ... did not play due to injury ... moved from 
defensive back to wideout prior to spring workouts. 

As a Freshman (2006) Served a redshirt season as a 
reserve defensive back 

At Baltimore Polytechnic High School: A three-year let- 
~er and two-year starter who 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 alt-crty as a defensive back by the Baltimore Sun 
... honorable mention all-state (small school) ... also second 
team all-crty by the Sun as a junkx ... lettered four years in 
basketball (shooting guard), averaging over 20 points per 
game also recruited by Virginia. Virginia Tech and James 
Madison coached Ik Anthony Knox. 

Personal Bom June 27. 1 988 . . . parents are Daphne Boone 
and Lasalle Williams ... majoring in family science. 

L. Williams' Career Statistics 

Receiving G-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LP 



2007 




15 


217 







39 


Career 


10-7 


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217 


14.5 





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ANTHONY 

WISEMAN 




DB'5-10- 185- Jr. • 2V 
Silver Hill, Md. 
(DeMatha HS) 



A fourth-year player who had most of 2006 cut short with an 
injury ... will battle this fall for a starting spot at one of the 
cornerback positions ... saw action in 2007 on third down as 
the nickel corner ... came to Maryland after injuring his knee 
his senior season of high school, but seemed to return to 
the form that had him as one of the most coveted comers in 
the country as a prep ... showed in spnng 2006 testing that 
his speed returned (tied for the second-fastest time among 
defensive backs). 

As a Sophomore (2007): Played in all 13 games as a re- 
serve defensive back and special-teams performer ... had 23 
tackles ... also returned punts and kickoffs ... (vs. Villanova) ... 
appeared as a reserve and recorded one tackle ... (vs. FlUj 
... played and broke up one pass ... (vs. WVU) ... recorded 
three tackles ... assisted on one tackle for a loss ... (vs. WF) 
... had two solo tackles ... returned one punt for a career-long 
nine yards ... (vs. Rutgers) ... had one solo stop ... (vs. GT) ... 
recovered a fumble and recorded one solo tackle ... added 
a pair of kick returns for 34 yards, including a career-long 
20-yarder ... (vs. UVA) ... made two tackles ... (vs. Clemson) 
... played and had one tackle ...(vs. UNCI ... played and had 
one tackle ... (vs. BC) ... recorded a career-high four tackles 
and also forced a fumble on a kickoff return ... (vs. NCSU) 
... tied a career-high with four tackles, all solo ... the solo 
stops were also a career best ... returned three punts for 15 
yards ... (vs. OSU. Emerald Bowl) posted one solo and 



two assists for three tackles had the second-fastest 40 
time (4.37) among DBs in spnng 2007 testing 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2006): Played in just one game, 
seeing action as a reserve cornerback vs. Purdue in the 
Champs Sports Bowl had a solid contest with two pass 
breakups ... was active but did not play in the first four games 
... missed the next eight games with an injury 

As a Freshman (2005): Redshirt season. 

At DeMatha High School: A three-year letterwinner and 
starter who played cornerback and tailback . , , missed most of 
his senior season after mjunng 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 10th-best cornerback in the nation by 
Rivals.com ... a SuperPrep AJI-Amencan ... an All-East region 
selection by PrepStar ... honorable mention all-state as a 
junior by the Associated Press ... first team All-WCAC and 
All-Gazette as a junior ... 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. Flonda. Nebraska. Michigan 
and Virginia Tech ... coached by Bill McGregor. 

Personal: Born March 8, 1987 ... mother is Vanessa Wise- 
man ... is the first member of his family to attend college . . . 
majonng in Amencan studies. 

Wiseman's Career Statistics 

Defense G-GS UT AT TT TFL Sacks FC FR PBU Int 

2006 34 00-0 2 04 

2007 134 15 8 23 5-0 0.04 1 1 1 
Career 134 15 8 23 0.5-0 0.0-0 1 1 3 04 

Returns G-GS KOR Yds Avg TD PR Yds Avg. TD 
2006" 14 0.0 



2007 



134 



2 34 17.0 4 24 6.0 




TERRAPIN PROFILES 



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WUJCIAK 




• 6-3 • 255 • So. • SQ 

West Caldwell, N.J. 

(Seton Hall Prep HS) 



A strong and athletic linebacker who is expected to be a 
significant contributor this season after missing 2007 with 
a knee injury ... enters the fall No. 1 on the depth chart at 
Mike linebacker ... member of the 2008 Terrapin Council, the 
team's leadership committee. 

As a Redshirt Freshman (2007): Missed the season after 
suffering a knee injury in preseason camp ... following an 
impressive spring, joined Chase Bullock atop the depth 
chart at Mike linebacker entering the fall ... led the team in 
tackles in each of the three spring scrimmages ... had 10 
tackles and an interception in the Red-White Spring game 
... posted the second-highest strength index among inside 
linebackers during spring testing. 



As a Freshman (2006): Redshirt season ... named defensive 
scout team player of the week for his work leading up to the 
William & Mary game. 

At Seton Hall Prep School: A four-year letter-winner and 

three-year starter who played linebacker, tight end and 
punter ... senior statistics included 140 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 asa 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 ... coached by John Finnegan. 

Personal: Born April 15, 1988 ... parents are Alan and Erin 
Wujciak ... father played offensive guard at Notre Dame 
during the Irish's national championship season in 1974 ... 
played at the same time as Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger and can 
be seen in the famous shot of Ruettiger shown at the end of 
the film ... last name is pronounced "woe-jack" ... majoring 
in family science. 



Newcomer Profiles 



TYLER 

BASS 

Quarterback -16 
Fr.-HS • 6-3 • 220 
Atlanta, Ga. (Stockbridge High School) 



At Stockbridge High School: A dual-threat quarterback 
with excellent strength who can make plays with his legs 
as well as his arm ... a good-sized athlete who ranked No. 
73 nationally among quarterbacks by Scout.com ... also 
ranked No. 57 nationally among athletes by Scouts, Inc. 
... a two-year starter at quarterback ... completed 99 of 181 
passes for 1 ,203 yards and 12 touchdowns with only three 
interceptions his senior season ... added 606 yards and 11 
touchdowns on 81 carries ... threw for 1,200 yards and 16 
touchdowns in 2006 when he led an offense which aver- 
aged 30 points per game ... also recruited by Louisville, 
Purdue, Western Kentucky, Memphis and East Carolina ... 
coached by Steve Collins. 

Personal: Born Dec. 20, 1989 in Honolulu, Hawaii ... 
parents are Debbie and Harold Bass ... father is a Prince 
Georges County native and life-long Maryland fan ... very 
involved in an elementary school mentoring program ... 
undecided on a major but favoring pre-dentistry or com- 
munications. 



CODY 

BLUE 



Defensive Lineman 

Fr.-HS -6-4 «286 

Columbia, Md. (Wilde Lake High School) 

At Wilde Lake High School: A hard-working defensive 
tackle who can move well despite his large frame ... the 
19th-ranked player in the state of Maryland according to 
Rivats.com ... a three-star prospect, ranked as the 64th- 
best defensive tackle in the nation by Scout.com and No. 
78 among offensive tackles by Scouts, Inc. ... a two-way 
starter at offensive tackle and along the defensive line ... 
helped lead the team to an 8-2 record his senior season 
when totaled 38 tackles, including four sacks, along the 
defensive line ... a 2007 first-team Big School All-Mary- 
land selection along the offensive line ... a second-team 
All-Howard County selection as an offensive tackle by the 
Baltimore Sun ... also lettered in track (shot put) ... also 
considered Illinois, Connecticut, Boston College and Vir- 
ginia Tech ... coached by Doug Duvall. 

Personal: Born Jan. 31, 1990 ... parents are Dana Blue 
and Petra Montague ,., father played quarterback at Tow- 
son ... has worked hard to improve his grades and chose 
Maryland partly because of the program's emphasis on 
academics ... planning to major in criminal justice 



LAMAR 

YOUNG 




6-4 • 330 • Fr. • RS 
Jonesboro, Ga. 
(Mundys Mill HS) 



A big, strong second-year offensive lineman ... enters the 
fall as a backup at left guard. 

As a Freshman (2007): Redshirt season. 

At Mundys Mill High School: A four-year starter on the 
offensive line ... an All-Region 5A selection as a senior ... 
also honored as a Top 22 selection in Atlanta ... played every 
game during his four years ... played with fellow signee 
Quintin McCree ... also played basketball and participated in 
track ... also recruited by Purdue, East Carolina and Auburn 
... coached by Kenneth Barrow who was the coach of former 
Terp great C.J. Brooks. 

Personal: Born March 20, 1989 ... parents are Nathaniel 
and Emma Austin ... interested in computers ... brother, 
Frederick, played football at Albany State ... majoring in 
communications. 



KERRY 

BOYKINS 

Wide Receiver • 87 

Fr.-HS • 6-1 • 200 

Chesapeake, Va. (Oscar Frommel Smith High School) 



At Oscar Frommell Smith High School: A speedy yet 
physical wide receiver with explosive abilities as a kick re- 
turner . . . also saw time at strong safety during his career . . . 
a member of the ESPN 150 ... the 138th-ranked prospect 
in the nation by ESPN.com ... ranked No. 194 on the Ri- 
vats.com 250 ... rated No. 20 nationally among receivers 
by Scouts, Inc. and No. 26 by Rivais.com ... the eighth-best 
prospect in the state of Virginia by Rivats.com ... the 11th- 
ranked recruit in Virginia according to SuperPrep ... rated 
No. 13 overall among Virginia recruits by Scout.com ... 
earned second-team all-state honors as a junior and first- 
team honors as a senior a two-time first-team All-Tide- 
water selection , . named team captain and best receiver 
as a senior ... although missed half of the season with an 
injury, totaled 43 catches for 705 yards and nine scores as 
a senior ... led team to an Eastern Regional Title in 2007 
... had 35 catches for 750 yards and six touchdowns as a 
junior ...also ran the 55-meter hurdles for the track team in 
2006 and 2007, earning all-district honors ... also recruited 
by Tennessee, Michigan State, North Carolina, NC State, 
Virginia Tech and Virginia... coached by Richard Morgan. 



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Personal: Born Feb 23. 1990 mother is Sonya Wright 
helps tutor elementary school children in reading and 
math on the academic honor roll in high school . . . inter- 
ested in earning a criminal justice degree so he can pursue 
a career as an FBI agent 

CAMERON 



CHISM 



Defensive Back • 37 

Fr-HS- 6-0.185 

Forestville, Md. (Bishop McNamara High School) 

At Bishop McNamara High School: A speedy, athletic 
comerback who also spent time at receiver . . . rated No. 20 
nationally among comerbacks by Rivals.com and No 28 by 
Scouts, Inc. ... the 47th-ranked cornerback in the country 
by Scout.com ... the seventh-best prospect in the state of 
Maryland, according to Rivals.com ... rated the 1 1 th-best 
prospect in the Mid-Atlantic region by SuperPrep ... a 
first-team all-state honoree as a senior and an honorable 
mention all-state selection as a junior ... a first-team all- 
county and all-conference selection in 2006 and 2007 ... 
the WCAC defensive back of the year as a junior in 2006 
. recorded seven interceptions and 98 tackles that sea- 
son, with 803 yards and seven touchdowns as a receiver 
totaled 81 tackles, five picks and a fumble recovery for 
a touchdown in 2007 ... as a senior, he caught 41 passes 
for 750 yards and four scores, and also earned the ball 10 
times for 157 yards and a touchdown scored twice on 
kickoff returns and once as a punt returner ... also ran sev- 
eral events in track and field as a senior ... also considered 
Pittsburgh, Illinois. Boston College, NC State and North 
Carolina, among others . . coached by Bryce Bevill. 

Personal: Born Christmas Day (Dec 25). 1990 in Wash- 
ington. DC parents are Barbara and Carl Chism ... 
has an older sister. Carlethia. and an older brother. Carl. 
who starts at safety for Texas-Southern . . volunteers as an 
assistant at his old preschool ... currently undecided, but 
interested in pursuing a criminal justice major. 

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DILL 



Offensive Lineman • 63 

Fr-HS • 6-6 • 274 

Camp Hill. Pa. (Trinity High School) 

At Trinity High School: A strong tackle with a massive 
frame started at both offensive and defensive tackle for 
Trinity the 25th-best prospect in the state of Pennsylva- 
nia by SuperPrep fee 58th-ranked prospect in the state 
by Scout.com ... rated No. 61 nationally among offensive 
tackles by Scouts. Inc. ... a first team AJI-Mid-Penn Confer- 
ence setectkxi in 2006 and 2007 ... helped pave the way 
for Trinity to gain over 3.200 yards on the ground in 2007 . . . 
recorded 26 tackles, two forced fumbles and four quarter- 
back humes as a senior ... team won conference champi- 
onships in 2006 and 2007 ... scheduled to play in the 2008 
Big 33 game ... also a four-year letterman in basketball 
where he was team captain and the starting center ... won 
a conference championship in basketball as a sophomore 



. . . also considered Penn State. Connecticut, Temple, Duke 
and Akron ... coached by Jeff Boger. 

Personal: Bom July 26, 1990 in Athens. Ga. parents 
are Bob and Michele Dill ... father is a Navy grad ... has 
a younger brother, Patrick „ referees youth basketball 
games at the local YMCA ... interested in pursuing a busi- 
ness major. 

GARY 

DOUGLAS 

Running Back - 49 
Fr-HS • 5-11 • 179 
Durham, NC. (Hillside High School) 

At Hillside High School: A multi-purpose back ... a Prep- 
Star All-American ... an all-state honoree as a senior ... a 
three-star recruit and the 46th-best back in the nation by Ri- 
vals.com ... also ranked as the 27th-best prospect in North 
Carolina by that outlet ... ranked 81st nationally among 
running backs by Scouts, Inc. ... ranked 19th overall in the 
state of North Carolina by SuperPrep and 31st by Scout, 
com ... totaled 235 carries for 2,100 rushing yards and 22 
touchdowns as a senior after piling up 1 ,889 yards and 17 
TDs as a junior ... fumbled only twice in two seasons, de- 
spite carrying the ball over 350 times ... has soft hands and 
snagged 10 receptions for 225 yards and two touchdowns 
as a senior ... saw time at kick returner as well ... also 
ran track in high school ... also considered NC State and 
California ... coached by Ray Harrison. 

Personal: Bom Dec. 21, 1990 in San Jose. Calif. ... par- 
ents are Gary (Sr.) and Tammera Douglas ... volunteered 
to help coach his stepfather's pop warner team ... unde- 
cided on a major. 

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EDET 



Linebacker* 53 

Fr-HS • 6-1 • 235 

Fort Washington, Md. (Friendly Senior High School) 

At Friendly Senior High School: An aggressive sideline- 
to-sideline defender who had a standout senior season ... 
a first-team all-state honoree in 2007 ... also earned All-Met 
and all-county honors as a senior labeled a three-star 
recruit by Scout.com ... ranked No. 41 nationally among 
middle linebackers by Scout.com ... registered 110 tackles. 
5 ' ; sacks, two interceptions, two forced fumbles, and one 
fumble recovery as a senior ... spent his junior year at Fork 
Union (Va.) Military Academy after two years of prep work 
at Wagner High School in Staten Island. N.Y. ... recorded 
97 tackles, including two sacks as a sophomore ... also 
played basketball in high school ... also considered Louis- 
ville. Michigan State. Tennessee and NC. State ... coached 
by George Early. 

Personal: Bom Dec. 18. 1989 in Staten Island. N.Y. ... 
mother is Grace Yutuk ... mother is of Nigerian decent ... 
-as one .:.-:f asta and "■■•: : iter brothers name 5 
pronounced eh-TAY-n edit 



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FRANCIS 

Defensive Lineman -98 

Fr-HS "6-5 • 310 

Severn. Md. (Gonzaga College High School [D.C.]) 



At Gonzaga College High School: One of the top play- 
ers to come out of the Distnct of Columbia ..a three-year 
starter at defensive tackle and a two-year starter at offen- 
sive tackle ... the No. 4-ranked player in Washington D.C. 
by Rivals.com as a senior when he posted 61 tackles, in- 
cluding 26 for loss and 4.5 sacks ... also had 71 pancake 
blocks ... rated No. 68 nationally among defensive tackles 
by Rivals.com ... labeled a three-star recruit by Rivals.com 
also ranked No. 82 nationally among offensive guards by 
Scouts.com ... a 2007 first-team All-WCAC selection along 
the defensive line ... also named first-team All-Met and first- 
team All-Pigskin Club ... played in the 2007 U.S. Army All- 
Amencan Bowl ... an honorable mention All-Met choice as 
a junior when he racked up 71 tackles, including 4.5 sacks 
... also had 60 pancakes blocks as an offensive tackle 
also considered Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Notre Dame, 
UCLA, Florida State Virginia and BC ... coached by Kenny 
Lucas (first three years) and Joe Reyda (senior year). 

Personal: Bom March 7, 1990 in Washington D.C. ... full 
name is Anthony Joseph Francis ... parents are Michael 
and Came Francis ... has one younger sister. Julia ... plans 
to major in communications with an interest in broadcast- 
ing ... enjoys wnting poetry and music ... took part in the 
high school's spring musical each year ... volunteered with 
SOME (So Others May Eat), which fed homeless people 
in Washington D.C. ... had quite a commute dunng high 
school, traveling nearly 30 miles one way. 

JUSTIN 

GILBERT 

Offensive Lineman • 64 

Fr-HS • 6-6 • 283 

Richmond, Va. (Monacan High School) 

At Monacan High School: An athletic hard-working two- 
way player who excelled at offensive and defensive tackle 
for the Chiefs ... rated No. 68 nationally among offensive 
guards by Scouts. Inc. ... named team captain his senior 
season ..an All-Met offensive lineman as a senior ... also 
recorded 22 tackles and a forced fumble in 2007... named 
second-team All-Dominion District and All-Metro as a junky 
on both offense and defense ... a four-year letterwinner 
in track (shot put and discus) ... also considered Virginia 
Tech. Virginia. Penn State. East Carolina and Marshall ... 
coached by Danny Parsons 

Personal: Bom Nov. 22. 1989 ... parents are William and 
Kimberty Gilbert has one younger sister. Ashley ... enjoys 
hunting and fishing ... plans to pursue a business major. 



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M ASENGO 

KABONGO 

Defensive Lineman • 65 

Fr.-HS • 6-1 • 285 

Stratford, Conn. (Fairfield College Prep) 

At Fairfield College Prep: An intelligent defensive tackle 
with promising combination of size and quickness ... a 
four-star recruit by Rivals.com ... rated the No. 15 defen- 
sive tackle in the nation by Scouts, Inc. ... the 24th-ranked 
defensive tackle prospect in the nation and the second 
best player in the state of Connecticut by Rivals.com ... 
ranked as the 33rd-best defensive tackle by Scout.com ... 
a three-year starter on the defensive line (sophomore and 
junior at DT; senior at DE) ... also started at offensive tackle 
as a junior and senior ... an all-state defensive lineman as 
a sophomore, junior and senior ... compiled 47 tackles, 
including 11 for a loss and 5.5 sacks, in 2007 ... forced 
three fumbles his senior season ... registered 87 tackles, 
including 27 TFLs, and five forced fumbles in 2006 ... also 
ran track and played basketball his freshman and sopho- 
more years ... also considered Florida, Notre Dame, NC 
State, Colorado and Syracuse, among others ... coached 
by Richie Magdon. 

Personal: Born May 23, 1990 in Lubumbashi, Congo ... 
came to the United States from the Congo in 2002 with his 
mother, Odette, who works as a doctor, at age 12 ... has 
two brothers and one sister ... has overcome the language 
barrier to maintain a 3.5 GPA in high school ... member 
of the honor roll in high school ... involved in a number of 
community service endeavors in high school ... speaks four 
languages ... interested in an international environment 
and is looking to major in economics, international busi- 
ness, or engineering. 

Z A C H 



Defensive Lineman • 68 

Fr.-HS- 6-3 -310 

Gaithersburg, Md. (Quince Orchard High School) 

At Quince Orchard High School: A massive, hard-work- 
ing defensive tackle who shined as a senior despite con- 
stant double-teams ... the 11th-ranked player in the state of 
Maryland according to Rivals.com ... ranked No. 31 nation- 
ally among defensive tackles by Scouts, Inc. ... also rated 
No. 55 nationally by Rivals.com and No. 81 by Scout.com 
... earned all-met, all-county, and all-state honors in both 
2006 and 2007 ... totaled 55 tackles and 6 54 sacks as a 
junior ... recorded 40 tackles and three sacks in 2007 as 
he led Quince Orchard to a state championship win over 
Arundel ... had a fourth-down stop on the goal line in that 
game ... also started at offensive tackle ... also recruited 
by Rutgers, Penn State, Illinois. Nebraska, and Minnesota, 
among others ... coached by Dave Mencarini. 

Personal: Born Aug. 29, 1990 ... mother is Tinya Kerr ... 
father is the late Winston Kerr ... has two sisters, Zittorah 
and Zionna ... could not play football prior to high school 



because he was too big, so he helped as an assistant with 
his local little league team ... plans to major in communica- 
tions. 

JUSTIN 

LEWIS 

Offensive Lineman • 78 

Fr.-HS • 6-4 • 320 

Johnsonville, S.C. (Johnsonville High School) 

At Johnsonville High School: An imposing physical 
specimen who played along the offensive and defensive 
lines ... a three-year starter on both sides of the ball ... an 
all-state and All-Region 8-A performer in 2007 ... ranked 
No. 48 nationally among offensive guards by Scouts, Inc. 
as a senior ... ranked No. 61 nationally among offensive 
guards by Rivals.com ... the 25th-ranked player in the 
state of South Carolina by Rivals.com ... averaged four 
pancake blocks a game as a senior ... also collected 36 
tackles, including five tackles for loss and one sack, along 
the defensive line ... chipped in nine quarterback pressures 
and one fumble receovery in 2007 ... played in the 2007 
North Carolina-South Carolilna Shrine Bowl ... named to 
the 2007 WPDE All-Zone team and the All-Pee Dee team 
by the Florence Morning News ... an all-state selection as 
a junior when he led his team to a 9-3 record, including 
a trip to the state playoffs ... posted 77 tackles, including 
three sacks, with one fumble recovery in 2006 ... named to 
the Class A All-State Academic Team as a junior and senior 
... also played basketball and participated in track ... the 
lower state discus champion as a junior ... also considered 
NC State, South Carolina, Clemson and North Carolina ... 
coached by Lewis Lineberger. 

Personal: Born March 3, 1990 in New Haven, Conn. ... 
parents are Ronald and Patricia Lewis ... has one sister, 
Sydney ... did a lot of work in the community during high 
school ... an honor roll student who tutored in the after- 
school program ... also worked mornings at Johnsonville 
HS in the homework center ... a member of the math and 
science clubs in high school ... served as a rec league bas- 
ketball coach ... member of FCA ... plans on majoring in 
business. 

D AV I N 

MEGGETT 

Running Back • 41 
Fr.-HS- 5-8 • 210 

Clinton, Md. (Surrattsville High School) 

At Surrattsville High School: A three-year starter at run- 
ning back ... an all-state performer who rushed for 1,784 
yards on 169 carries as a senior ... also chipped in 32 
touchdowns (26 rushing/six receiving) in 2007 „ the No. 
16-ranked player in the state of Maryland according to Ri- 
vals.com ... a first-team All-Prince Georges County choice, 
as well as an All-Met and all-league pick in 2007 ... led the 
team to a 10-2 record and the second round of the state 
playoffs ... had a number of impressive performances as a 
senior ... rushed for 299 yards vs. Potomac ... posted 193 



rushing yards and three TDs, as well as seven tackles as 
a safety vs. Gwynn Park ... one of his most thrilling mo- 
ments was when he rushed for a first down on third-and-3 
to help run out the clock and ice the game vs. Gwynn Park 
... rushed for 1,150 yards on 156 carrries as a junior en 
route to honorable mention all-state accolades ... second- 
team all-county ... also had 10 rushing TDs in 2006 ... also 
a standout track performer who lettered all four years ... ran 
sprints and threw the shot put ... all-county as a junior, and 
the team's field athlete of the year ... also considered Penn 
State, Rutgers and Virginia ... coached by Tom Green. 

Personal: Born March 22, 1990 in Clinton, Md. ... parents 
are Vicki Davis and Dave Meggett ... stepfather is John 
Davis ... father, Dave, played in the NFL for three different 
teams - the New York Giants (1989-1994), the New Eng- 
land Patriots (1995-1997) and the New York Jets (1998) 
... plans to major in criminal justice ... likes to bowl and 
play chess in his spare time ... member of the honor roll in 
high school ... also a member of the senior panel in high 
school which was a debate group ... also active in the art 
club and wrote for his high school newspaper ... first name 
is pronounced DAY-vin. 



KENNY 

TATE 

Wide Receiver -18 

Fr.-HS • 6-4 • 215 

Forestville, Md. (DeMatha High School) 



At DeMatha High School: One of the most talented re- 
ceivers in the nation ... an athletic wide receiver with a 
dangerous combination of size and speed ... a threat to 
go the length of the field whenever he touches the ball ... 
has demonstrated versatility and toughness ... a four-star 
player ... a member of the ESPN 150 ... the 132nd-ranked 
prospect in the nation by ESPN.com ... the 16th-ranked re- 
ceiver prospect in the nation by Scout.com ... also ranked 
No. 19 nationally among WRs by Scouts, Inc. ... ranked 
23rd nationally among receivers by Rivals.com ... the 
fourth best prospect in the state of Maryland by that outlet 
and ranked third in the Mid-Atlantic region by SuperPrep . . . 
the 100th ranked overall prospect in the nation according to 
PrepStar . . . four-year letterman and three-year starter for a 
deep and talented squad ... three-time consensus all-state 
selection by the Associated Press and an All-Metro pick by 
the Washington Post ... caught 32 passes for 489 yards 
and six touchdowns as a senior . . . recorded 48 tackles and 
four interceptions on defense in 2007 . . . totaled over 300 
yards both in rushing and receiving his junior season with 
seven total touchdowns . also added a kickoff return for 
a touchdown and two scores on punt returns that year ... 
rushed for seven TDs and caught four more as a sopho- 
more in 2005 ... turned down over 100 scholarship offers 
to attend Maryland ... also considered Illinois, Penn State. 
Florida, Ohio State and Michigan ... coached by Bill Mc- 
Gregor. 

Personal: Born May 15, 1990 ... parents are Michelle and 
Kenneth Fields ... has a younger brother. Christian „ inter- 
ested in pursuing a business major. 



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2007 Review Notebook 




Quick Hits 

• Despite a number of setbacks during the 2007 season, 
the University of Maryland football team reached its fifth 
bowl game in seven years and upended a pair of top 10 
teams. The Terps won two of their final three regular- 
season games, including a dominating 37-0 win over 
NC State in the season finale, to reach postseason play. 
Maryland had its school record streak of three-straight 
bowl wins snapped in a 21-14 defeat at the hands of 
Oregon State in the Emerald Bowl in San Francisco. 

• The Terps ranked 40th nationally in total defense (358.0 
ypg) and 24th in scoring defense (2 1 .5 ppg) in 2007. The 
Maryland defense also stepped up down the stretch, 
holding NC State (Nov. 24) to just 250 total yards, 
including 10 on the ground, and in the win over No. 8 
Boston College (Nov. 10) , sacked Heisman candidate 
Matt Ryan a season-high four times and held the Eagles 
to 45 rushing yards. The Terps surrendered an average 
of 69.7 rushing yards over the last three regular- 
season games. The Terps had two of the top tacklers 
in the country in junior linebackers Erin Henderson and 
Dave Philistin, who ranked ninth (11.1) and 39th (9.5), 
respectively, in the nation in stops per game. Henderson 
was an All-American and a Butkus Award semifinalist, 
as well as earning AII-ACC honors for the second 
straight season. Senior tackle Dre Moore, a first-team 
all-conference choice, had a team-high six sacks. Junior 
cornerback Kevin Barnes led the secondary with four of 
the team's 13 interceptions. He ranked tied for seventh 
in the ACC in interceptions per game (0.31 pg). The 
Terps pass defense ended the year ranked fifth in the 
ACC and 33rd in the nation (210.7 ypg). Barnes and 
senior CB Isaiah Gardner each ranked tied for seventh 
in the league in passes defended (0.92 pg). 

• The Terps offense, which was decimated by injuries 
(only three players started all 13 games), came together 
over the last month of the year, averaging 424.3 yards 
during the final three regular-season games, including 
a season-high 472 in the upset of BC. Maryland ranked 
fifth in the ACC in total offense (340.9 ypg), including fifth 
in rushing (137.5 ypg). Seniors Lance Ball and Keon 
Lattimore combine to average nearly 130 rushing yards 
per game. Lattimore was seventh in the ACC and 86th 
nationally in rushing (67.1 ypg), and tallied a league- 
best 13 rushing TDs. Ball ended the year tied for ninth 
in the league in rushing (59.1 ypg). He ended his career 
as Maryland's fourth all-time leading rusher (2,487 
yards). Despite playing behind a banged-up offensive 
line, sophomore Chris Turner was solid for the Terps 
after taking over as the starting QB in the sixth game 
of the year. Turner, who stepped under center for junior 
Jordan Steffy (injured vs. Rutgers), ranked third in the 
ACC is passing efficiency (135.5 rating). WR Darrius 
Heyward-Bey a 2007 honorable mention All-America 
choice, led the Terps in receptions (48) and receiving 
yards (687). He posted 21 catches over the last four 
games of the regular season. Senior guard Andrew 
Crummey, one of the top linemen in the nation, missed 
most of the season half of the season, while junior 
guard Jaimie Thomas missed the final five games of 
the year. 



• The Terps special teams distinguished itself well this 
despite three new starters. True freshman Travis Baltz 
and junior place-kicker Obi Egekeze are both in their 
first seasons seeing game action. Baltz, a freshman 
AII-ACC choice, ranked seventh in the ACC in punting 
average (40.9), including second (43.1) in league 
contests. Egekeze has hit 17 of 23 field goals, including 
a league-best 93 percent (13 of 14) in ACC games. 

Four Terps Earn AII-ACC 
Honors... 

• Four Terps earned AII-ACC honors from the Atlantic 
Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA) and the 
Associated Press. On the defensive side of the ball. 
linebacker Erin Henderson and tackle Dre Moore 
were first-team selections. On offense, guard Andrew 
Crummey was a second-team choice for the second- 
straight year, while senior running back Keon Lattimore 
drew an honorable mention nod. Henderson was the 
leading vote-getter at linebacker after posting 122 
tackles, including a team-best 11 tackles for loss. The 
Terps have had a first-team AII-ACC linebacker in five 
of the last seven seasons. Moore developed into a force 
in the middle of the Maryland defense. He led the Terps 
with six sacks, the most by a Maryland player since 
2004 (Shawne Merriman, 8.5). Moore is only the second 
Maryland defensive tackle to earn first-team AII-ACC 
honors in the last eight seasons (also Randy Starks, 
2003). Crummey, a member of this year's watch list for 
the Lombardi Award and Outland Trophy, earned the 
honor despite missing five games. Lattimore recorded 
career highs in rushing yards (789) and rushing 
touchdowns (13). No player in the conference had more 
rushing scores than Lattimore, who also topped the 100- 
yard mark four times. 

Three Terps Earn 
Freshman AII-ACC 
Honors... 

• Three Maryland freshmen were selected to the 2007 
Sporting News Freshman AII-ACC Football Team. 
Wide receiver LaQuan Williams, linebacker Adrian 
Moten and punter Travis Baltz represented the Terps 
on the team. The magazine chose 11 starters on each 
side of the ball, along with three specialists. Only one 
school - North Carolina with six - placed more players 
on the team. Georgia Tech and Duke each had three 
selections as well. Moten, a redshirt freshman, proved 
to be a versatile player seeing time as a reserve at all 
three linebacker spots and at defensive end in pass- 
rushing situations. He tied for team-high honors with 
5.5 sacks. Williams switched over from defensive back 
prior to the start of spring workouts and made the most 
of his opportunity by earning a share of the starting job 
(seven starts). He had 1 5 catches for 21 7 yards before a 
knee injury shelved him for the final two regular-season 
games. Baltz had some big shoes to fill after he took 
over for four-time AII-ACC performer Adam Podlesh, but 
the true freshman responded well. Baltz ranked seventh 



in the ACC and 58th in the nation with an average of 
40.9 yards per punt, and elevated his game during 
conference play with a 43.1-yard average, second-best 
in the league. 

2007 Team Awards 

Below is a list of honorees from the team's annual end-of 
season banquet: 

Top Special Teams Performer - Obi Ege keze 

Freshman of the Year - Adrian Moten 

A.V. Williams Award for Outstanding & Conspicuous 

Sportsmanship - Joey Haynos 
George C. Cook Memorial Award for the senior with 

the highest GPA - Matt Goldberg 



George Boutselis Memorial Award for letterman with 
the highest GPA - Dean Muhtadi 



Alvin L. Aubinoe Award for unsung hero - Carlos 
Feliciano 



C.P. "Lefty" Mcintosh Public Service Award sponsored 
by Don & Terry Wilson - Dan Gronkowski 

James M. Tatum Award for Lineman of the Year - 
Jeremy Navarre and Scott Burley^ 

Dr. John E. Faber Award for Iron Man - J.J. Justice 



Terrapin Club Award for the greatest career 

contribution to football - Lance Ball 
Offensive Scout Team Player of the Year - Torrey Smith 
Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year - Louis 

Berman 



Defensive Most Improved - Dave Philistin 
Offensive Most Improved - Chris Turner 
Defensive Most Valuable Player - Dre Moore 



Offensive Most Valuable Player - Darrius Heyward-Bey 
Ray Krouse Award for Team Most Valuable Player 
- Erin Henderson 



Distinguished Contributor Award - Carol Harris 

Terps Battle Through 
Injuries... 

• The Terps were hit by the injury bug in some key areas 
this season, mostly noticeably on offense where just 
three players started all 13 games. QB Jordan Steffy 
sat out vs. Georgia Tech and Virginia after suffering a 
concussion vs. Rutgers (Sept. 29). He was cleared to 
play prior to the Clemson game and played two series 
vs. FSU and the final two of the NC State game (Nov. 
24). RG Andrew Crummey a preseason All-American. 
missed five games with a fractured left fibula (vs. Georgia 
Tech, Oct. 6), but returned for the regular-season finale 
and bowl game Starting left guard Jaimie Thomas was 
lost for the regular season when he fractured his right 
fibula vs. Virginia (Oct. 20), though he returned to play 
a reserve role in the bowl game. TE Dan Gronkowski 
left the Clemson game (Oct. 27) with a knee injury and 
missed two contests before returning vs. Florida State 
(Nov. 17). He also missed the bowl game with an injury. 
FB Cory Jackson played most of the Virginia game 
with a broken hand and missed the Clemson contest 
He returned vs. UNC (Nov. 3) and played with a wrap 
on his hand over the final four weeks Starting LT Scott 



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2008 FOOTBALL 
MEDIA £ RECRUITING GUIDE 



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Burley played over the final five weeks of the regular 
season, but sparingly due to an ankle injury His backup. 
true freshman Bruce Campbell, was also on and off 
the field with an ankle injury Redshirt freshman Paul 
Pinegar a walk-on, replaced both of them at times WR 
Danny Oquendo injured a knee in practice prior to the 
BC game (Nov 10) and was lost for the season. Fellow 
wideout LaQuan Williams hurt his knee and missed the 
final three games of the season On defense, reserve 
DT Travis Ivey missed three weeks with a knee injury, 
but returned vs BC LB Rick Costa who was starting 
for an injured Erin Henderson incurred a sprained 
neck vs the Yellow Jackets and is out mdefintely. Some 
key reserves were also on the shelf Pass-rushing DE 
Mack Frost injured his nght knee vs. the Cavaliers and 
missed the rest of the season Junior Drew Robinson 
a backup safety and special teams player, missed 
the final four games of the season with a knee injury, 
one he suffered vs, the Tar Heels, The Terps also lost 
Alex Wujciak who was expected to vie for one of the 
starting linebacker roles, dunng the preseason. In all. 
17 members of the two-deep missed at least one game 
due to injury. That number does not include Burley even 
though he was in on just three plays vs. Clemson (Oct, 
27). 

Terps Upend A Top 10 
Team... 

• Maryland's win over No. 10 Rutgers (Sept. 29) was 
its first over a top 10 team since 2004 (20-17 vs. No, 
5 Flonda State. Oct. 30). The Terps also downed a 
ranked team on the road for the second time in three 
opportunities. They lost to No 20 Boston College. 38- 
16 on Nov 18. 2006. but defeated No 19 Clemson. 
13-12. Nov 4 of last year. It also marked the first time 
Maryland defeated a top 10 team on the road since Nov. 
17. 1990 when they upended No. 8 Virginia. 35-30. in 
Charlottesville That win came in the regular season 
finale and clinched a berth in the Independence Bowl 
for the Terps In addition, Maryland defeated a top 10 
non-conference team on the road for the first time since 
1984 Frank Reich engineered a 31-point comeback in 
the Terps' 42-40 win at No. 6 Miami on Nov. 10. 1984. 
Until the Rutgers win. the Terps had lost seven in-a-row 
to top 10 non-conference foes on the road 

Terps Among A Select 
Group... 

• The Terps were one of just six teams in the nation 
(Central Flonda. East Carolina Middle Tennessee 
State. Troy and Louisiana Tech) to play two top 10 
teams in non-conference action. More importantly, the 
Terps were the only team among this group to come 
away with a . 

UCF vs. No 6 Texas: at No 5 South Flonda 

East Carolina : at No 9 Virginia Tech: at No. 5 West 

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Troy; at No 4 Florida: No. 10 Georgia 

Louisiana Tech : at No. 8 California: at No 2 LSU 



The Terps were also one of just four teams (Kentucky, 
LSU. Illinois) in the nation to defeat two top 10 teams 
this season: 

Kentucky : No. 9 Louisville, No 1 LSU: 
LSU : No. 9 Virginia Tech: No. 9 Florida 
Illinois . No 5 Wisconsin; No. 1 Ohio State 



In The Rankings 

2007 NCAA Rankings 



TEAM 








Rushing Offense 




75th 


137 46 ypg 


Passing Offense 




77th 


203,4 ypg 


Total Offense 




92nd 


340.85 ypg 


Sconng Offense 




86th 


24,08 ppg 


Rushing Defense 




53rd 


147.3 ypg 


Pass Defense 




33rd 


210.69 ypg 


Pass Efficiency Defense 


44tl 


120.31 ratinq 


Total Defense 




40th 


358 ypg 


Sconng Defense 




24th 


21.5 ppg 


Net Punting 




63rd 


34 82 avg 


Kickoff Returns 




99th 


19.28 ypr 


Kickoff Return Defense 


1st 


16 56 ypr 


INDIVIDUAL 








Punting 


58th 




Travis Bate, 40 91 avg 


Rushing 


8b!h 


Keon Lattimore. 67 1 ypg 


Passing Efficiency 


36th 


Chris Turner, 135.5 ratinq 


Total Offense 


91st 




Chns Turner, 175.6 ypq 


Receiving Yards 


99th 


Darnus Heyward-Bey. 60.5 ypg 


Punt Returns 


58th 


Danny Oquendo, 8.2 avg 


Field Gca;5 


T43rd 




Obi Egekeze 1 31 fgpg 


Passes Defensed 


T72nd 




Kevin Barnes, 92 pg 




T72nd 




Isaiah Gardner. .92 pg 


Tackles 


9th 


Erin Henderson, 11.08 tpq 




39th 




Dave Phihstin. 9.5 tpg 


2007 ACC 

TEAM 


Rankings 




Rushing Offense 




5th 


137.46 ypq 


Passing Offense 




7th 


203.4 ypg 


Total Offense 




5th 


340.85 ypq 


Sconng Offense 




7th 


24.08 DM 


Rushing Defense 




10th 


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Pass Defense 




5th 


210.69 ypq 


Pass Efficiency Defense 


6th 


120.31 ratinq 


Tota; Defense 




9th 


- Oypq 


Scoring Defense 




6th 




Net Punting 






34.82 avo 


Kickoff Returns 




8th 


19.28 ypr 


K ■•:" Return Defense 


1st 


16.56 ypr 


INDIVIDUAL 


Punfing 


7th 




Travis Baltz, 40.91 avq 


Field Goals 






- ■ 


Scorinq 


6th 




Obi Eqekeze, 6.7 ppq 


R.s" ': 


7th 


Keon Lattimore. 67.1 ypq 




-■- 




Lance Ball, 59.1 ypg 


Receiving Yards 


9th 


Darrius Heyward-Bey. 60 5 ypq 


Punt Returns 


9th 


Danny Oquendo. 8.20 avq 


Pass EfSbenq 


3rd 


Chris Turner, 135.5 ratinq 


=355 — v =-:s 


7th 




Ms Turner, 178.0 ypq 


Total Offense 


9th 




3wis Turner, 175.6 ypq 


Tackles 


1st 


Erin Henderson. 11.08 tpq 




4th 




Dave Philistin. 9.5 tpq 


Passes Defended 


T7th 




Kevin Barnes. .92 pq 




T7th 




5= ail Gardner 92 :■: 



2007 Maryland 
Individual Honors 

Lance Ball, TB 

Preseason Walch List Doak Walker Award 


Travis Baltz, P 

Honorable Mention All-Amencan 

Freshman AII-ACC 


The Sporting News 
The Sporting News 


Scott Burley, OT 
Second Team AII-ACC 


Rivals com 


ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week 


Oct 12 
(Boston College) 


Andrew Crummey, OG 
Second Team All-Amencan 
Third Team All-Amencan 


The Sporting News 
Associated Press 


Second Team AII-ACC 


ACSMA 


First Team AII-ACC ESPN com. 
Nominee 


College Football News 
Jim Tatum Award 


Preseason Watch List 


Outland Trophy 


Preseason Watch List 


Lombardi Award 


Preseason First Team All-Amencan ESPN com 

Preseason First Team AII-ACC Athlon, The Sporting News. 

Lindy's, Blue Ribbon Yearbook. Street & Smith's 


Joey Haynos. TE 

Preseason Watch List 
Preseason Second Team AII-ACC 


John Mackey Award 
Athlon 


Preseason Second Team Ail-ACC 


Lindy's 


Erin Henderson, LB 

Semifinalist 


Butkus Award 


Third Team All-Amencan Rivals com 

Honorable Mention All-Amencan Sl.com. 

Pro Football Weekly. Colleqe Football News 

First Team Ail-ACC ACSMA. ESPN com 


First Team AII-ACC - 3 

Preseas: r A -A-erca Tea- 


College Football News 
Playboy 


Preseason Wal Bronco Naqurski Trophy 


Preseason Wale- - : ' 


Bednank Award 


Preseason Wa' 


Butkus Award 


Preseason First Team AII-ACC ACSMA. Athlon, 
s, The Sport nq News 


Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR 
Honorable Mention Ail-American 


Pro Football Weekly 


- 


Bfetnikoff Award 


Preseason AII-ACC 


ACSMA 


Preseason First Team AII-ACC Athton 
Lindy's, The Sportinq News 


Keon Lattimore, RB 
Honorable mention AII-ACC 


ACSMA 


Jermaine Lemons. LEO 
Nominee 


Brian Piccolo Award 


Dre Moore, DT 

Fist Team Ail-ACC 


ACSMA. ESPN.com 


Second learn AMCC 


- - s com 


Adrian Moten, LB 


The Sporting News 


E- es'~3- - -ACC The Sportinq News. Rivals com 


Dave Philistin, LB 

ACC Defensive Unemanofthe Week Oct 8 (Georqia Tech) 


Da'Rel Scott. RBIKR 

--.-.■--.■ c. -ACC 


Rivals.com 


Chris Turner. 06 

ACC Cc-Offensive Back of the Week 


Oct 1 (Rutgers) 


ACCOtfensive Back of the Week Oct12(Bosti 


LaQuan Williams. WR 
Freshman AII-ACC 


The Sportinq News 





2007 SEASON REVIEW 






2007 Season Statistics 



Results 

RECORD 




OVERALL 


HOME 


AWAY 




NEUTRAL 


ALL GAMES 




6-7 


3-3 


3-3 




0-1 




CONFERENCE 




3-5 


2-2 


1-3 




0-0 




NON-CONFERENCE 


3-2 


1-1 


2-0 




0-1 




Date 


Ranking 
Md Opp 


Opponent 


W/L, Score 


Overall 


ACC 


Time 


Attend 


Sep 1 


_/_ 


-/- 


VILLANOVA(ESPN360) 


W 31-14 


1-0 


0-0 


3:06 


50,389 


Sep 8 


-/- 


-/- 


at Fla International (ESPN36 


0) W, 26-10 
L, 14-31 


2-0 
2-1 


0-0 
0-0 


2:39 
3:09 


12,201 


Sep 13 


..;.. 


4/4 


WEST VIRGINIA (ESPN) 


53,107 


Sep 22 


-/- 


-/- 


at Wake Forest - {ESPNU 


L, 24-31 (ot) 


2-2 


0-1 


3:32 


31,964 


Sep 29 


_/_ 


10/10 


al Rutqers (ABC) 


W, 34-24 


3-2 


0-1 


3:44 


43,803 


Oct 6 


~/rv 


-/- 


GEORGIA TECH* (LFS/Raycom) W, 28-26 


4-2 


1-1 


3:22 


47,527 


Oct 20 


rv/rv 


rv/24 


VIRGINIA - (ESPN2) 


L, 17-18 


4-3 


1-2 


3:24 


52,782 


Oct 27 


-/- 


rv rv 


CLEMSON - (ABC) 


L 17-30 


4-4 


1-3 


3:27 


50 m4S 


Nov 3 


-/- 


-/- 


at North Carolina - (ESPNU) 


L, 13-16 


4-5 


1-4 


3:21 


56,000 


Nov 10 


-/- 


8/8 


BOSTON COLLEGE - (ABC) 


W. 42-35 


5-5 


2-4 


3:29 


52,827 


Nov 17 


../.. 


-/- 


at Florida State - (LFS) 


L, 16-24 


5-6 


2-5 


3:20 


80,213 


Nov 24 


--/- 


-/- 


at NC State - (LFS) 


W, 37- 


6-6 


3-5 


3:15 


54,856 


Dec 28 


-/- 


rv/rv 


vs Oregon State* (ESPN) 


L, 14-21 


6-7 


3-5 


3:20 


32,517 


' denotes Atlantic Coast Conference game; # - 2007 Emerald Bowl (AT&T Park, San Francisco, Calif.) 
Rankings listed as AP / USA Today and are correct as to the date of the game 




' denotes Atlantic Coast Conference game Rankings listed as 


AP / ESPN-USA Today 





Team Statistics 





MD 


OPP 


SCORING 


313 


280 


Points Per Game 


24 1 


21.5 


FIRST DOWNS 


235 


252 


Rushing 


105 


108 


Passing 


120 


125 


Penalty 


10 


19 


RUSHING YARDAGE 


1787 


1915 


Yards gained rushing 


2234 


2220 


Yards losl rushing 


447 


305J 


Rushmq Attempts 


532 


47uj 


Averaqe Per Rush 


3.4 


41 


Average Per Game 


137.5 


1471 


TDs Rushing 


28 


17 


PASSING YARDAGE 


2644 


2739 


Att-Comp-Int 


346-223-11 


415-249-13 


Average Per Pass 


7.6 


6.6 


Average Per Catch 


11.9 


11.0 


Average Per Game 


203.4 


210.7 


TDs Passing 


9 


14 


TOTAL OFFENSE 


4431 


4654 


Total Plays 


878 


885 


Average Per Play 


5.0 


5.3 


Average Per Game 


340.8 


'158 


KICK RETURNS:/*- YARDS 


50-964 


63-1060 


PUNT RETURNS:*- YARDS 


26-184 


39-314 


INT RETURNS: #- YARDS 


13-143 


11-237 


KICK RETURN AVERAGE 


19.3 


168 


PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 


7.1 


81 


INT RETURN AVERAGE 


11.0 


215 


FUMBLES-LOST 


15-6 


28-12 


PENALTIES-YARDS 


73-589 


73-579 


Average Per Game 


45.3 


44 5 


PUNTS-YARDS 


68-2782 


66-2424 


Average Per Punt 


40.9 


36.7 


Net punt average 


348 


324 


TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 
3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 


31:09 
76/191 


28:51 
68/178 


3rd-Down Pet 
4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 


4 
6/14 


38% 
6/16 


4th-Down Pet 


43 


38% 


SACKS BY- YARDS 


28-187 


40-288 


TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 


37 


34 


FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 


17-23 


14-21 


PAT-ATTEMPTS 


36-36 


12-5.' 


ATTENDANCE 


307580 


279037 


Games/Avg Per Game 


6/51263 


.,'41,5(11, 


Neutral Site Games 




1 '3251 7 



Keon Lattimore was an 
honorable mention 
AII-ACC selection after 
rushing lor 805 yards 
with 13 touchdowns 
in 2007. 



SCORE BY QTRS 

Maryland 
Opponents 



1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


OT 


TOTAL 


94 


75 


71 


73 





313 


47 


99 


54 


73 


7 


280 




RUSHING 


G 


Att 


Gain 


Loss 


Net 


Avg 


TD 




Lq 


Avg/G 


Keon Lattimore 


12 


213 


869 


64 


805 


3.8 


13 




42 


67.1 


Lance Ball 


13 


182 


813 


45 


768 


4.2 


12 




32 


59.1 


Da'Rel Scott 


9 


14 


137 


2 


135 


9.6 







33 


15.0 


1 Darrius Heyvrard-Bey 


13 


5 


110 


3 


107 


21.4 


1 




54 


8.2 


Erin Henderson 


12 


1 


12 





12 


12.0 







12 


1.0 


Emam Lee-Odai 


8 


1 


11 





11 


11.0 







11 


1.4 


Danny Oquendo 


10 


3 


8 


1 


7 


2.3 







5 


0.7 


Cory Jackson 


12 


2 


6 





6 


3.0 


1 




3 


0.5 


LaOuan Williams 


10 


1 











00 










0.0 


Morgan Green 


1 


3 


2 


2 





0.0 







2 


0.0 


Jordan Steffy 


7 


52 


139 


153 


-14 


-0.3 


1 




14 


-2.0 


Chris Turner 


11 


44 


127 


153 


-26 


-0.6 







41 


-2.4 


TEAM 


13 


11 





24 


-24 


-2.2 










-1.8 


Total 


13 


532 


2234 


447 


1787 


3.4 


28 




54 


137.5 


Opponents 


13 


470 


2220 


305 


1915 


4.1 


17 




76 


147.3 


PASSING 


G 


Effic 


Att-Cmp- 


nt 


Pet 


Yds 


TD 




Lq 


Avg/G 


Chris Turner 


11 


135.51 


153-241-7 


53 5 


1958 


7 




78 


178.0 


Jordan Steffy 


7 


121.37 


70-104-4 


67.3 


686 


2 




39 


98.0 


Keon Lattimore 


12 


0.00 


0-1-0 


0.0 













0.0 


Total 


13 


130.87 


223-346-11 


645 


2644 


9 




78 


203 4 


Opponents 


13 


12031 


249-415-13 


60.0 


2739 


14 




49 


210.7 


RECEIVING 


G 


No 


Yds 




Avg 


TD 




Lq 




Avg/G 


Darrius Heyward-Bey 


13 


51 


786 




15.4 


3 




63 




60.5 


Joey Haynos 


13 


30 


318 




10.6 







26 




24.5 


Isaiah Williams 


13 


25 


395 




15.8 


1 




66 




30.4 


Keon Lattimore 


12 


21 


95 




4.5 







14 




79 


Danny Oquendo 


10 


19 


173 




9.1 


1 




22 




17.3 


Lance Ball 


13 


18 


88 




4.9 







23 




6.8 


Jason Goode 


13 


17 


213 




12.5 


3 




78 




16.4 


LaOuan Williams 


10 


15 


217 




14.5 







39 




21.7 


Dan Gronkowski 


10 


7 


66 




9.4 







26 




6.6 


Cory Jackson 


12 


7 


56 




8.0 







16 




4.7 


Emam Lee-Odai 


8 


5 


87 




17.4 







41 




10.9 


Adrian Cannon 


6 


3 


68 




22 7 







44 




11.3 


^.Kevin Gresham 


2 


3 


25 




8.3 







11 




12.5 


Da'Rel Scott 


9 


1 


57 




57.0 


1 




57 




6.3 


* Jordan Steffy 


7 


1 







0.0 












0.0 


1 Total 


13 


223 


2644 




11.9 


9 




78 




203.4 


» Opponents 


13 


249 


2739 




11.0 


14 




49 




210.7 


K>UNTING 


No. 


Yds 


Avg 


Long 


TB 


FC 


50+ 


I20 


Blkd 


| Travis Ba !.' 


68 


2782 


40.9 


6£ 


5 


13 


11 


16 





"■hnnoiitS 


66 


2424 


36.7 


66 


5 


17 




3 


20 





t KICKOFFS 




to. 


Yds 


Avg 


TB 


OB 


Retn 


Net 


YdLn 


" Chris Roberts 




65 


3858 


59.4 


1 


1 










Travis Bate 




1 


65 


65.0 
















Total 




66 


3923 


59.4 


1 


1 


1060 


431 


26 


Opponents 




59 


3576 


60.6 


7 


1 


964 


419 


28 



PUNT RETURNS 


No. 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 


Lonq 


Danny Oquendo 


15 


123 


8.2 





19 


Christian Varner 


7 


37 


5.3 





12 


Anthony Wiseman 


4 


24 


6.0 







Total 


26 


184 


71 





19 


Opponents 


39 


314 


81 





26 


INTERCEPTIONS 


No. 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 


Lonq 


Kevin Barnes 


4 


55 


1 3 - 





28 


Isaiah Gardner 


2 


4 


20 





3 


J.J Justice 


2 


2 


1 





2 


Dave Philislin 




43 


430 





43 


Adnan Moten 




19 


19.0 





19 


Dre Moore 




12 


12.0 





12 


Erin Henderson 




8 


8 





8 


Moise Fokou 







0.0 








Total 


13 


143 


110 





43 


Opponents 


11 


237 


21 5 


2 


100 



KICK RETURNS 


No. 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 


Long 


Da'Rel Scott 


26 


566 


21 8 


o 


60 


Terrell Skinner 


10 


176 


176 





29 


Nolan Carroll 


5 


84 


16.8 





23 


Danny Oquendo 


5 


61 


162 





23 


Anthony Wiseman 


2 


34 


170 





20 


Cory Jackson 


1 


15 


150 





15 


Joey Haynos 


1 


8 


80 





8 


Total 


50 


964 


19 3 





60 


Opponents 


63 


1060 


16.8 





35 


FUMBLE RET. 


No 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 


Long 


Erin Henderson 


2 


39 


19 5 





18 


Trey Covington 


1 


• 5 


■5 








Total 


3 


34 


11.3 





18 


Opponents 


1 


32 


32.0 


1 


32 



m 



iM; ;f:VJKP 



9 



13 



Id 



Keon Latlinxye 12 

Damus Heyward-Bey 13 

Lance Ball 

Oa Rel Scott 

Isaiah .'. 

Danny Oquendo 

JoeyHaynos 

LaOuan Williams 

Jason Goode 

Terrell S* 

Tolal 

Opponents 



805 

107 
768 



786 



856 



135 



566 



758 



395 



395 



173 
318 



123 



384 



326 



10 



217 



217 



n 

13 
13 
13 







1787 

1915 



213 



213 




2644 

2739 



176 



184 
314 



964 
1060 



TOTAL OFFENSE 




G 


Plays 




Rush 


Pass 




Chns Turner 




11 


285 




■26 


1958 




Keon Lattimore 




12 






805 







Lance Bat 




13 


182 




768 







Jordan Stefty 




■ 


156 




■14 


686 




Tolal 




13 


876 




1787 


2644 




Opponents 




13 


885 




1915 


2739 




SCORING 


TO 


FGs 


I 

Kick 


PATs 

Rush Rev 


1 

Pass 


DXP 


Ct< Egeke;e 






36-36 


04 





04 





Saf 



man 



13 04 



0-0 



0-0 



0-0 



12 0-0 



M 



0-0 



0-0 



.*ard-Bey 
- ode 

Cory Jackson 
Da Rel Scott 



0-0 



00 



0-0 



0-0 



00 



00 



00 



0-0 



04 



0-0 



0-0 



00 



04 



0-0 



0-0 



0-0 



04 



0-0 



04 



04 



Jordan Steffy 

>;uendo 
TEAM 



04 



04 



04 



04 



04 



04 



04 



04 



04 04 



04 



04 



ChnsTumef 
Total 



04 



04 



04 



1-1 



37 17-23 36-36 



04 



1-1 



Opponents 



34 14-21 32-32 



0-2 



04 



200B FOOTBALL 
MEDIA & RECRUITING GUIDE 



KOR 


IP. 


Tot 


Avg'G 








900 


750 








893 


687 



658 
842 



304 



384 



25.1 



21.7 



164 






176 


135 


143 


5722 


440.2 


237 


6265 


481.9 




Total 


Avg/G 




1932 


1756 




805 


67 1 




768 


591 




672 


96 




4431 


3408 




4654 


358.0 



Points 



18 
6 



313 

280 



FIELD GOALS 


FGMFGA 

17-23 


Pet 


01-19 20-29 


30-39 


40-49 50-99 


Lq 


Elk 


Obt Egekeze 


739 


04 




3-4 0-2 


46 




Opponents 


14-21 


66.7 


04 54 


64 


34 0-1 


42 





FG SEQUENCE 






Maryland 




Opponents 






Villanova 
















Flonda Inl'l 










'■ 






West Virginia 










22,(32) 







Wake Forest 



(38) 



(24) 



Rutgers 


51,39 


(26),(37),37 




Georgia Tech 






(23)4- 


Virginia 




11 




Clemson 








North Carolina 








Boston College 






34 


Flonda Stale 


46 






NC State 


( 


1 


- 



Oregon State 



48 



umbers in i parentheses! indicate fiek 






| 




| 


TFL/Yds 


|-Sacks-| 
No-Yds 


I— Pass Def-| 
nt-Yds BrtJp 


3BH 


| — Fumbles— -1 Blkd 
Rcv-Yds FF Kick 




DEFENSE GP 


Solo 


Asl 


Total 


Saf 


Person 12-12 


59 


74 


133 


•■ 0-29 


1.0-7 


4 2 




4-39 1 




=r>*stin 


54 


70 


124 


6.5-14 




43 4 


2 


14 1 




• 


46 


35 






2.0-11 


4 1 




14 3 




13-13 


41 


35 


76 






!-2 5 








13-13 


38 


31 




0.54 




>4 10 








Barnes 


47 


18 


65 


5.5-18 




1-55 9 










26 


37 


63 


8.5-45 


6 0-J- 


-12 1 


2 








23 


31 


54 


'5-24 


2.0-17 


3 




14 1 




134 


29 


21 


50 




5 5-38 


-19 1 


2 








20 


23 




- 


2.0-7 


1 1 1-5 






17 


25 


42 


3.5-4 




2 




13-13 


17 


24 


41 


6.0-36 


5.5-35 


3 2 




130 




15 


28 






2 






semen 


15 


8 


23 


0.54 




1 


14 1 




124 


7 


7 


14 












134 


9 


3 


12 














94 


8 


3 


11 














74 


: 


7 


9 


3.5-19 


1.5-11 




; 


2 




-"osta 6-1 


2 


7 


9 


1.0-3 


0.5-2 






14 1 




---Que Herald 134 


2 


6 


8 














-are Lemons 124 


2 


4 


6 


05-3 












ackson 12-9 


2 


3 


5 














McCofcugh 34 


3 


1 


4 














54 


1 


3 


4 


05-2 












s vey 104 


1 


2 


3 














22 DrewRobreon 94 


■ 


2 


3 














-3aum 14 




2 


2 














49 ChrisRoterts 134 


1 


1 


2 














18 LaOuan W 


• 


















8 DarwsHeywarrj-BeY 










75 Dare Randolph 13-13 










44 LanceBal 134 


1 


















80 JoeyHaynos 134 


1 


















96 C^gbeniOUaia 54 


1 






1.0-10 


1.0-10 










47 Jef dement 134 






14 




31 AndrewSchma 134 1 1 










52 GreCintai 24 1 1 










86 DrewGtoster 114 1 1 










134 










Tolal 134 


495 


502 


997 


-;-• 


28-187 


3-143 45 


13 


11-34 21 




Opponents — 134 


519 


460 


979. 


102440 


40-288 


1-237 33 


17 


6-32 8 





kkne 



2007 SEASON REVIEW 



TCTTT7 






Offensive Game-By-Game 




Rushing 



TC-Yds./TD 


#8 Heyward-Bey 


#10 Turner 


#19 Steffy 


#20 Green 


#21 Lattimore 


#23 Scott 


#38 Jackson 


#44 L.Bali 


Villanova 


1-13/0 


2-(-4) / 


8-47/1 


3-0 


21-106/3 


dnp-inj 


0-0/0 


11-56/0 


at Florida Int'l 


0-0/0 


dnp-cd 


11-(-21)/0 


dnp-inj 


17-111/2 


dnp-inj 


0-0/0 


12-40/1 


West Virginia 


1-(-3)/0 


dnp-cd 


11-(-7) /0 


dnp-inj 


21-80/1 


dnp-inj 


0-0 : 


6-19/0 


at Wake Forest 


1-54/0 


0-0/0 


13-(-22) /0 


dnp-inj 


27-112/1 


0-0/0 


1-3/1 


14-56/1 


at Rutgers 


1-6 


1-9/0 


4-(-12) 10 


dnp-inj 


34-124/1 


3-29/0 


0-0/0 


12-90/2 


Georgia Tech 


0-0/0 


4-(-26) / 


dnp-inj 


dnp-inj 


13-31/0 


dnp-inj 


0-0/0 


16-86/3 


Virginia 


0-0/0 


3-(-7)/0 


dnp-inj 


dnp-inj 


18-65/1 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


17-72/1 


Clemson 


0-0/0 


5-(-19)/0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


16-51 ' I 


0-0/0 


dnp-inj 


10-53/1 


at North Car 


0-0/0 


4-(-4)/0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


13-29/1 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


15-69/0 


Boston College 


1-37/1 


5-(-7)/0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


32-109/1 


at Florida State 


0-0/0 


10-4/0 


2-(-7)/0 


dnp-cd 


13-46/0 


2-17/0 


0-0/0 


9-35/0 


at NC State 


0-0/0 


5-40/0 


3-8/0 


dnp-cd 


13-34/2 


8-89/0 


1-3/0 


18-78/2 


vs Oregon St. 


0-0/0 


5-(-12) /0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-cd 


7-16/0 


1-0/0 


0-0/0 


10-5/0 


Receiving 


TC-Yds./TD 


#7 Cannon 


#8 Heyward-Bey 


#13Gronkowski 


#15Goode 


#17 0quendo 


#18 L Williams 


#20 Green 


#21 Lattimore 


Villanova 


0-0/0 


6-81 


0-0 I 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


3-40/0 


0-0/0 


6-33/0 


at Florida Inl'l. 


dnp-cd 


4-48/0 


1-8/0 


1-11/0 


3-18/0 


1-0/0 


dnp-inj 


2-4/0 


West Virginia 


dnp-cd 


3-56/0 


1-12/0 


0-0/0 


3-55/1 


0-0/0 


dnp-inj 


4-17/0 


at Wake Forest 


dnp-cd 


1-12/0 


1-26/0 


1-5/0 


3-18/0 


1-16/0 


dnp-inj 


0-0/0 


at Rutgers 


dnp-cd 


5-61 / 1 


2-7/0 


0-0/0 


4-34 


2-66/0 


dnp-m| 


0-0/0 


Georgia Tech 


dnp-cd 


4-109/0 


0-0/0 


1-78/1 


2-27/0 


0-0/0 


dnp-inj 


0-0/0 


Virginia 


dnp-cd 


4-52/0 


1-2 


0-0/0 


4-21/0 


2-19/0 


dnp-inj 


3-15/0 


Clemson 


2-60/0 


0-0 / 


0-0 1 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


3-36/0 


dnp-cd 


2-(-4)/0 


at North Car. 


1-8/0 


5-64/0 


dnp-inj 


3-36/0 


0-0/0 


2-28/0 


dnp-cd 


0-0/0 


Boston College 


0-0/0 


5-75/0 


dnp-inj 


6-56/2 


0-0/0 


1-12/0 


dnp-cd 


dnp-inj 


at Florida State 


0-0/0 


5-82/1 


0-0/0 


1-8/0 


dnp-inj 


dnp-inj 


dnp-cd 


2-10/0 


at NC Slate 


0-0/0 


647/0 


1-11/0 


1-4/0 


dnp-inj 


dnp-inj 


dnp-cd 


1-14/0 


vs Oregon St 


0-0/0 


3-99/1 


0-0/0 


3-15/0 


0-0/0 


dnp-inj 


dnp-cd 


1-6/0 



TC-Yds./TD 


#23 Scott 


#38 Jackson 


#44 L.Ball 


#80 Haynos 


#83 Lee-Odai 


#84 I.Williams 


#87 Gresham 


Villanova 


dnp-inj 


0-0/0 


3-20/0 


3-19/0 


dnp-cd 


0-0 :' 


2-14/0 


at Florida Int'l. 


dnp-inj 


1-7/0 


3-31/0 


1-8/0 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


dnp-cd 


West Virginia 


dnp-inj 


2-13/0 


0-0/0 


2-17/0 


dnp-cd 


1-10/0 


dnp-cd 


at Wake Forest 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


1-3/0 


1-20/0 


dnp-i il 


2-15/0 


dnp-cd 


at Rutgers 


0-0/0 


2-23/0 


1-(-10)/0 


0-0/0 


dnp-cd 


2-38 1 


dnp-cd 


Georgia Tech 


dnp-inj 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


1-20/0 


dnp-i d 


2-21/0 


dnp-cd 


Virginia 


0-0 1 


0-0/0 


2-11/0 


0-0/0 


0-0 i 


0-0 / 


dnp-cd 


Clemson 


0-0/0 


dnp-inj 


1-13/0 


546/0 


0-0/0 


547 ■ 


dnp cd 


at North Car. 


0-0/0 


1-3/0 


4-30 


4-30/0 


244/0 


2-28/0 


dnp-cd 


Boston College 


1-57/0 


1-6/0 


1-1/0 


2-7/0 


3-78/0 


145/0 


dnp-cd 


at Flonda State 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


1-6/0 


349/0 


1-4 


4-84/0 


dnp-cd 


at NC State 


0-0/0 


1-7 Mj 


1-0/0 


5-71/0 


0-0 / 


3-52/0 


0-0 / 


vs Oregon St 


0-0/0 


0-0/0 


3-10/0 


3-31/0 


1-5/0 


3-39 1 1 


dnp-cd 



Joey 
Haynos 




Passing 






Field Goals 




Punting 




A-C-I/Y/TD 


#10 Turner 


#19 Steffy 


Made. Missed 


#39 Egekeze 


No-Avg. ( In20 


#35 Bate 


Villanova 


64-2/33/0 


24-19-1/174/0 


Villanova 


42g 


Villanova 


243 / 1 


at Flonda Int'l 


dnp-cd 


25-18-0/ 135/0 


at Florida Int'l 


52wl,36g 


at Flonda Int'l 


9-37.9 1 5 


West Virginia 


dnp-cd 


23-16-2/180/1 


West Virginia 


- 


West Virginia 


8-35.8/0 


at Wake Forest 




20-11-1 


at Wake Forest 


38g 


at Wake Forest 


644.7/2 


at Rutgers 


20-14-0 149/0 


8-4-0/ 70/1 


at Rutgers 


51wl. 39wr. 26g, 37g, 37wr 


at Rutgers 


3-36.3/0 


Georgia Tech 


17-10-0/255/1 


dnp-inj 


Georgia Tei h 


- 


Georgia Tech 


549.6/1 


Virginia 


19-13-0/10510 




Virginia 


41g 


Virginia 


644.7/2 


Clemson 


31-19-1/21710 


dnp-cd 


Clemson 


35g 


Clemson 


4-35.8/0 


at North Car 


36-20-1; 209:0 


dnp-cd 


al North Cat 


26g 29g 


at North Cat 


643.8/1 


Boston College 


27-21-0 '337 '3 


dnp-cd 


Bostor C liege 


28g25g 


Boston College 


441.5/1 


at Florida State 


32-16-1 242 ■ 1 


' ' 


at Florida State 


46g 29g. 46m, 37g 


at Flonda State 


5-39.8/0 


at NC State 


24-19-0 / 206/0 


1-1-0/11/0 


at NC Stale 


)0g !4g JOg 


al NC State 


5426 '1 


vs Oregon St 


29-17-2/205/2 


dnp-cd 


vs Oregon St 


I2wl 


vs Oregon St 


7-37 6/2 



200B FOOTBALL 
MEDIA £ RECRUITING GUIDE 






jMiiijyjiiiH 

Defensive Game-By-Game 



UT-AT-TT / Sk 

. .I'V.,1 


#1 Henderson 


«2 Barnes 


#3 Varner 


#5 Gardner 


#6 Wiseman 


«10 Skinner 


#14 Carroll 




4-5-9 


3-1-4/0 


3-3-6/00 


1-2-3/0 


0-1-1/0 


' I 






at Fionda Inll 


4*12 


2*2/0 


3-2-5/00 


1-2-3/0 


0-0-0 / 








West Virginia 


6*11 


2-1-3/0 


0-1-1/0.0 


2*8 


1-2-3 


0*0/0 


0*0/0 




-ores! 


7-5-1: 




4-1-5/00 


4-4-8 I 


2-0-2 1 


2*2 / 


1*1/0 




al Rulgers 




3-1-4/0 


0-2-2/00 


1-2-3/0 


1*1/0 


2-0-2 / 






Georgia Tech 


dnp-inj 


8-2-10/0 


1-4-5/00 


5-2-7 1 


1-0-1/0 


0-2-2 1 








9*18/0.0 


6-2-8 / 


1-2-3 




1-1-2/0 








Clemson 


6-9-15 00 


6-3-9 / 


1-5-6/1.0 


5*8/0 




1*1/0 


o*o/o£ 


K 


Car 


6-5-11 00 


5-1-6 


2-1-3/0.0 


4*4/0 






3*3 ' ^ 


l» 


Boston Cortege 


5*13 


2-5-7 




5-1-6 


2-2-4 








al Fkyx)a Stale 


■ 


3*3 / 




1-34 : 


0-0-0 , 


1.0-1 ( 






al NC - 


3*6/0.0 


1-1-2/0 


3*3/0.0 




I I 


1-0-1/0 






vs Oregon Si 


5*11/0 


2*2/0 


3-3-6/0.0 


3-5-8/0 


1-2-3/0 


0*0/0 


0*0/0 





Kevin 
Barnes 





UT-AT-TT I Sk 


#22 Robinson 


#25 Nelson 


#27 Herald 


#29 Allen 


#30 Justice 


#34 Philistin 


#40 Navarre 


Villanova 


0*0/0 


0-0-0 I 


0-1-1/0 


1-2-3/0 


0*0/0 




1*1/1.0 


al Florida Inll 


0-0-0 '0 


0*0/0 


0-1-1 : 


0*0/0 


0-2-2 


2-2-4 1 


1-2-3/0.0 


West Virginia 
al Wake Forest 
at Rutgers 


0-0-0 / 


0*0/0 


0-0-0 1 


2-1-3/0 


.-- 


1*9 


1-34/0.0 


1-0-1 


0*0/0 


0*0/0 


1-2-3/0 


;4.- ■ 


44-': " 


0-1-1/0.0 


3-1-1 : 


0-0-0 f 


0*0/0 


0-1-1/0 


i-:-4 : 




1*1/1.0 


Georgia Tech 


0-1-1/0 


0*0/0 


0-2-2/0 


2-2-4 : 


34-7/0 


7-14-21 /0 


0*0/0.0 




0-0-0 I 


0*0/0 


0-2-2 


1-1-2/0 


3-2-5/0 


4*10/0 


1*7/1.0 


Clemson 


0-0-0 I 


0-0-0 1 


0*0/0 


2*6/0 


-- ; ' 


2-10-12/0 


2-7-9/0.0 


N "Car 


0-0-0/0 


0-0-0 I 


0*0/0 


0-0-0 I 


3*3 : 


7*10/0 


0-1-1/0.0 


Boston College 


inp-inj 


0*0/0 


0*0/0 


0*0/0 


3*8/0 


4-9-13/0 


1-34/15 


: i State 


dnp-inj 


0*0/0 


0*0/0 


3-2-5/0 


34-7/0 


4*10/0 


1*1/0.0 


Stale 


dnp-inj 


0*0/0 


1- • 


1*1/0 


2-24/0 


7-3-10/0 


2-24/0.0 


vs Oregon St 


dnp-inj 


0*0 c 


1*1/0 


0*0/0 


9*13 


3*3/0 


5-1-6/1.0 



UT-AT-TT /S* 


«42 Bullock 


#43 R Costa 


#48 Fokou 


#49 Roberts 


#50 Lemons 


#54 Moten 


#55 Covington 


dnp- - 


• 0.0 


4-1-5/1.0 


1*1/0 


0*0 


1-1-2/0.0 


1-2-3/0.0 




1-2-3/00 


2-1-3/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


0*0/0 


0*0/0 


1-1-2/0.0 


0*3/0.0 


WestVrgma 




1-2-3/0.5 


3*8/0.0 


0*0/0 


dnp-cd 


1-2-3/0.0 


1-34/0.0 


at Wake Forest 


-: 0.0 


0*0/0.0 


2*2/0.0 


0*0/0 


dnp-cd 


- 


2*2/0.0 


; 


*p*i 


1-1-2/0.0 


4*4/0.0 


0*0/0 


0*0/0 


1-2-3/0.0 




George Tech 


*p*j 


1-2-3/0.0 


4-7-11/0.0 


0*0/0 


0-1-1/0 


4-1-5/0.0 


2-24/0.0 


ttgna 


dnpnnj 


dinp-inj 


5-5-10/0.0 


0-1-1/0 


0-1-1/0 


2-1-3/0.0 


2-5-" 


Ctemson 


3*3/0.0 


dnp-inj 


3-7-10/0.0 


0*0 c 


0*0/0 


1*4/0.0 


0-1-1/0.0 




0*0/0.0 


rinp-inj 


3-14/1.0 


0*0/0 


0-1-1/0 


3-14/1.0 


2-1-3/0.0 




0*0 


dnp-inj 


4-1-5/0.0 


0*0/0 


1*1/0 


0-5-5/0.5 


1*1/0.0 






frpinj 


6*9/0.0 


0*0/0 


0-1-1/0 


5-2- 7 ' 




State 


0*0/0 


r:--i 


24*0.0 


0*0/0 


1*1/0 


2*2 


1-1-2/0.0 


vs Oregon St 




.:-:- - 


7*7/0.0 


0*0'0 


0*0/0 


4-1-5 '20 


8-1-9/2.0 




Ore 

Moore 




UT-AT-TT /Sk 


KBFeliciano 


f90lvey 


191 Frost 


#92 Moore 


=96 Otulaja 


r:.3 


1*6/0 


:-:-: : 


0*0/0.0 




----- 


at Florida Intl. 


2-3-5/0 


1*1/0 


0-1-1 


0-1-1/0.0 


------- 


WestViginia 




0*0/0 


- 


1-34/0.0 


taped 


• r orest 




0*0/0 


0*0/0.0 


3-2-5/0.0 


dnp-cd 


at Rutgers 


2-1-3/0 


0-1-1/0 


1*1/1.0 


0*0/0.0 


dnp-cd 


Georgia Tech 


34-7/0 


0*0/0 


0-1-1/0.0 


044/0.0 


-.:-.-- 


Vrgroa 


0-1-1/0 


:-:-- 


0*0/0.0 


3-7-10/20 


rJnp-cd 


Etemson 


0-5-5/0 


::-- 


----- 


1*7/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


at North Car 


:-•-: : 


:-:-- 


------ 


34-7/0.0 


1*1/1.0 


Bostor !: •=•:■= 


mm : 


mm : 


----- 


3-2-5/1.0 


0*0/0.0 


at Florida Stale 


1*1/0 


mm : 


------ 


5-2-7 / 1J3 


0*0/0.0 


at NC State 


:-:-: : 


:-:-: : 


dnp*i 


0-3-3/0.0 


0*0/0.0 


.; '.-$"- :'. 






""I- * 


3-14 : 


' 



2007 SEASON REVIEW 



wmm 



. : iV HMJt 



Team Game-By-Game 



Game 


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. 


MARYLAND 

Villanova 


31 

14 


28 

11 


14-14-0 

2- 8-1 


47-221-4 
22- 11-0 


30-23-3 
28-17-1 


207 

176 





77-428 
50-187 


243.0 
6-29.2 


1-0 
1-0 


5-65 

3-20 


4-21 

1- 2 


7-12 
6-13 


1-1 

0-1 


36:34 
23:26 


MARYLAND 
at Florida Intl. 


26 

10 


14 

8 


8- 6-0 

5- 2-1 


41-135-3 

27- 82-0 


25-18-0 

23- 8-2 


135 

81 




66-270 
50-163 


9-37.9 

7-424 


2-0 

2-1 


6-33 

3-11 


0- 

4-35 


6-17 

1-10 


0-0 

0-1 


35:27 

24:33 


MARYLAND 

West Virginia 


14 
31 


15 
21 


8- 7-0 
15- 4-2 


39- 89-1 
48-353-4 


24-16-2 

13- 8-0 


180 

95 





63-269 

61448 


6-35.8 
3-35.7 


2-1 

4-2 


5-58 

6-53 


2-12 

5-28 


5-13 

6-11 


0-1 

0-0 


31:25 
28:35 


MARYLAND 

at Wake Forest 


24 

31 


19 

19 


13- 5-1 
7-12-0 


57-200-3 

41-178-2 


20-11-1 
35-22-3 


115 

219 




77-315 
76-397 


6-44.7 
5-38.4 


3-2 

1-1 


3-30 

542 


0- 

6-54 


6-17 

6-15 


0-1 

1-3 


33:38 
26:22 


MARYLAND 

at Rutgers 


34 

24 


24 

19 


11-12-1 
4-13-2 


59-239-3 

23- 82-1 


28-18-0 
44-25-1 


219 

310 




87-458 
67-392 


3-36.3 
6-35.3 


1-0 
3-2 


5-45 
544 


2-15 
2-16 


9-21 
3-13 


1-3 

0-2 


36:57 
23:03 


MARYLAND 
Georgia Tech 


28 

26 


12 

24 


4- 8-0 

11-13-0 


35- 88-3 

43-175-1 


17-10-0 
34-22-0 


255 

309 




52-343 

77484 


5-49.6 

3-34.7 


1-1 

2-1 


2-10 

6-50 


0- 

4-28 


6-12 

9-17 


0-0 

1-1 


22:41 

37:19 


MARYLAND 

Virginia 


17 

18 


16 

25 


6- 8-0 
9-14-2 


38-130-2 

39-191-2 


19-13-0 

36-23-0 


103 

248 







57-233 

75439 


6-44.7 
5-34.2 


0-0 

0-0 


7-58 
7-64 


3-19 
2-18 


6-13 

5-14 


0-0 
1-2 


29:14 
30:46 


MARYLAND 

Clemson 


17 

30 


18 

27 


7-10-1 

17- 8-2 


32- 97-2 

56-249-1 


31-19-1 

26-20-0 


217 

179 




2 


63-314 

82-428 


4-35.8 
2-37.0 


2-1 

2-1 


5-32 

7-55 


1- 9 

2-17 


5-14 
8-15 


2-3 

1-1 


23:31 
36:29 


MARYLAND 

at North Carolina 


13 

16 


18 

15 


6-10-2 

7- 6-2 


33- 93-1 

36-110-0 


36-20-1 
26-16-2 


209 

149 




1 


69-302 
62-259 


6-43.8 
5-36.2 


1-1 
2-1 


9-67 
11-66 


3-23 

2-10 


4-14 
3-13 


1-2 

0-0 


30:14 
29:46 


MARYLAND 

Boston College 


42 

35 


20 

27 


7-13-0 
2-23-2 


40-135-2 

27- 45-2 


27-21-0 
56-33-2 


337 

421 


3 

3 


67-472 

83466 


4-41.5 

340.3 


0-0 

2-0 


541 

645 


4-31 

3-20 


9-15 

11-17 


0-0 

1-1 


29:46 

3014 


MARYLAND 
at Florida State 


16 
24 


18 
18 


8- 9-1 

10- 7-1 


37- 92-0 
38-154-2 


35-17-1 
26-16-0 


243 

204 


1 

1 


72-335 

64-358 


5-39.8 
8-39.1 


0-0 

5-1 


8-51 
3-37 


3-23 

5-32 


3-16 

2-12 


1-3 
1-1 


30:53 
29:07 


MARYLAND 
at NC State 


37 




22 

14 


11-11-0 
2-10-2 


49-249-4 

16- 10-0 


25-20-0 

45-26-1 


217 

240 







74-466 
61-250 


5-42.6 
8-39.5 


1-0 

1-0 


6-42 

4-38 


1-11 
2- 9 


8-16 

1-13 


0-0 

0-3 


37:55 
22:05 



MARYLAND 


14 


11 


2- 7-2 


25- 19-0 


29-17-2 


205 2 


54-231 


7-37.6 


1-0 


7-57 


5-23 


2-11 


0-0 


26:47 


vs. Oregon State 


21 


24 


17- 5-2 


54-275-2 


23-13-1 


108 1 


77-383 


5-32.2 


3-2 


7-54 


2-19 


7-15 


0-0 


33:13 



Turnovers 

Takeaways - 25 
Giveaways- 17 
Points Following Turnovers 

Md. - 68 (8 Td. 4 Fg) 

Opp. - 43 (4 Td, 5 Fg) 

Special Teams 

Blocked Kicks (By Md.) - 
Blocked Kicks (By Opp ) - 

Kickoff Coverage 

Kickoffs-Md 66. Opp 59 

Fair Catches By - Md. 0. Opp. 
Touchbacks By - Md. 1, Opp. 7 
Onside Attempts - Md 1-2, Opp 0-1 
Out Of Bounds By - Md 1 Opp 3 
Returns Allowed (Md | - 63-1060 (16.8 Avg) 
Returns Allowed (Opp ) - 50-964 (19 3 Avg) 



Punt Coverage 

Punts - Md. 68. Opp 66 

Blocks By - Md 0. Opp. 

Fair Catches Forced - Md 17, Opp 13 

Touchbacks By - Md. 5. Opp. 5 

Inside 20 - Md 16, Opp 20 

Returns Allowed (Md ) - 39-314 (8 1 Avg) 

Returns Allowed (Opp) - 26-184 (7 1 Avg) 

Red Zone 

Md. Scores/times In Red Zone 
Scoring Percentage - 45-51 (882) 
Td Percentage - 32-51 ( 627) 
Scores -45 (32 Td, 13 Fg) 
Non-scores -• 6 (2 Int, 2 End Hall, 2 Missed Fg) 

Opp, Scoresltimes In Red Zone 

Sconng Percentage - 35-41 (854) 
Td Percentage - 24-41 ( 585) 
Scores - 35 (24 Td 11 Fg) 
Non-scores - 6 (3 Missed Fg, End Half, Int. 
Downs) 



Terrapins Whei 

Total ACC 

Record 6-7 3-5 
Home 3-3 2-2 
Away 3-3 1-3 
Neutral 0-1 0-0 


1... 


Total 


ACC 


Leading After 1st Qtr 


5-4 


3-3 


Tied After 1st Otr 


0-2 


0-1 


Behind After 1st Qtr 


1-1 


0-1 


Leading at Halftime 


5-2 


3-2 


Current Streak 


l.lSt t 


Wonl 


Tied at Halftime 


0-1 


0-0 


Current Home Streak 


Won I 


Wonl 


Behind at Halftime 


14 


0-3 


Current Road Streak 


Won l 


Won I 














Leading After 3rd Qtr 


6-2 


3-2 


Day Game 
Night Game 
TV Game 


34 
3-3 
4-7 


24 

1-1 

3-5 


Tied After 3rd Qtr 


0-0 


0-0 


Behind After 3rt) Qtr 


0-5 


0-3 








Overtime 


0-1 


0-1 


September 

October 

November 


3-2 
1-2 
2-2 


0-1 
1-2 
2-2 


Sconng 20+ Points 


6-1 


3-1 


Scoring 30* Points 


4-0 


2-0 


Dei embei 


0-1 


04 


Allowing 10- Points 


2-0 


1-0 


Allowing 20- Points 


3-2 


1-2 


vs Top 25 


2-2 


1-1 








With 100- Yard Rusher 


4-1 


1-1 


Sconng First 


5-2 


3-1 


Allowing 100- Yard Rusher 


1-5 


1-3 


Come-From-Behind 


2-7 


1-5 


With 300- Yard Passer 
Allowing 300- Yard Passer 


1-0 
34 


1-0 
24 








Outgain Opponent 


5-1 


2-1 


Fewer Turnovers 


4-3 


2-2 


More Time of Possession 


44 


1-3 



- , ^n iHrina , 



2008 FOOTBALL 
MEDIA S RECRUITING GUIDE 






Season Superlatives 



Individual Maryland Game Highs Individual Opponent Game Highs 



Rushes 


34 


Keon Lattimore at Rutgers (Sep 29. 2007 } 


Yards Rushing 


124 


Keon Lattimore at Rutgers (Sep 29, 2007) 


TD Rushes 


3 


Keon Lattimore vs Villanova (Sep 01 , 2007) 


Lance Ball vs Georgia Tech (Oct 06, 2007) 


Long Rush 


54 


Damus Heyward-Bey at Wake Forest (Sep 22, 2007) 


Pass attempts 


36 


Chns Turner at North Carolina (Nov 03, 2007) 


Pass completions 


21 


Chns Turner vs Boston College (Nov 10. 2007) 


Yards Passing 


337 


Chns Turner vs Boston College iNov 10. 2007: 


TD Passes 


3 


Chns Turner vs Boston College (Nov 10, 2007) 


Long Pass 


78 


Chns Turner vs Georqia Tech (Oct 06, 2007) 


Receptions 


6 


Damus Heyward-Bey vs Villanova (Sep 01. 2007) 


Keon Lattimore vs Villanova (Sep 01 . 2007) 






Jason Goode vs Boston College (Nov 10, 2007) 


Darrius Heyward-Bey at NC State (Nov 24. 2007) 


Yards Receiving 


109 


Damus Heyward-Bey vs Georgia Tech (Oct 06, 2007) 


TD Receptions 


2 


Jason Goode vs Boston College (Nov 10, 2007) 


Long Reception 


78 


Jason Goode vs Georqia Tech (Oct 06, 2007) 


Field Goals 


3 


Obi Egekeze at Florida State (Nov 17 2007) 






Obi Egekeze at NC State (Nov 24, 2007) 


Long Field Goal 


46 


Obi Eqekeze at Flonda State (Nov 17, 2007) 


Punts 


9 


Travis Baltz at Flonda Int'l (Sep 08, 2007 1 


Punting Avg 


49.6 


Travis Baltz vs Georgia Tech (Oct 06, 2007) 


Long Punt 


65 


Travis Baltz vs Georgia Tech (Oct 06, 2007) 


Long Punt Return 


19 


Danny Oquendo at Flonda Int'l. (Sep 08, 2007) 


Long Kickoff Return 


60 


Da'Rel Scott at Flonda State (Nov 17. 2007) 


Tackles 


21 


Dave Philistm vs Georgia Tech (Oct 06, 2007) 


Sacks 


2.0 


Dre Moore vs Villanova iSep 01, 2007) 


Dre Moore vs Virqinia (Oct 20, 2007) 


Adnan Moten vs Oreqon State (Dec 28, 2007) 


Trey Covington vs Oreqon State (Dec 28, 2007) 


•Loss 


: : 


Enn Henderson vs West Virginia iSeo 13. 2007) 


Mack Frost vs West Virqinia (Sep 13, 2007) 


Interceptions 


• 


13 times 


Maryland Team Highs 

Rushes 59 at Rutgers (Sep 29, 2007) 


Yards Rushing 


249 


at NC State (Nov 24, 2007) 


Varas °: 


5.1 


at NC State (Nov 24, 2007 1 


TD Rushes 


4 


vs Villanova (Sep 01, 2007) 


at NC State (Nov 24, 2007) 


Pass attt 


36 


at North Carolina (Nov 03, 2007) 


Pass completions 








337 


-an College (Nov 10 1 


3 ass 


•5 


vs C- :t 06, 2007) 


>ses 


3 


vs Boston Colieqei Nov 10.2007) 


1 


87 


at Rutgers (Sep 29. 2007) 




472 


* Boston Cc eqe Nov IC 2007 




7.0 


5km College (Nov 10. 2007) 




42 


vs Boston Colleqe (Nov 10. 2007} 




5 


vs Oreqon State (Dec 28, 2007) 


First Damns 


28 


vs Villanova (Sep 01. 2007) 


Penalties 


9 


at North Carolina (Nov 03. 2007) 


Penarr. ■ 


67 


at North Carolina (Nov 03. 2007) 


Turnovers 


3 


vsv?lanova(Sep01.2007) 


vs West Virginia (Sep 13, 2007) 


-3 22.2007) 


"e-:e:::-s 5. 


3 


at Wake Forest (Sep 22.2007) 



Rushes 38 Yvenson Bernard, vs Oregon State (Dec 28, 2007) 

Yards Rushing 177 Yvenson Bernard, vs Oregon State (Dec 28, 2007) 

TD Rushes 3_ Steve Slaton.vs West Virginia (Sep 13, 2007) 

Long Rush 76 Noel Devme, vs West Virginia (Sep 13, 2007) 

Pass attempts 56 Matt Ryan, vs Boston College (Nov 10. 2007) 

Pass completions 33 Matt Ryan, vs Boston College (Nov 10. 2007) 

Yards Passing 421 Matt Ryan, vs Boston College (Nov 10. 2007) 

TD Passes 3 Matt Ryan, vs Boston College (Nov 10, 2007) 



Long Pass 


49 


Wayne Younger, at Ftonda Int'l (Sep 08. 2007) 


Receptions 


13 


Mikell Simpson, vs Virginia (Oct 20, 2007; 


Yards Receiving 


152 


Mikell Simpson, vs Virginia (Oct 20, 2007; 


TD Receptions 


2 


Ryan Purvis, vs Boston College (Nov 10, 2007; 


Long Reception 


49 


Moses Hinton. at Flonda Int'l (Sep 08, 2007; 


Field Goals 


3 


Mark Buchholz. vs Clemson (Oct 27. 2007) 


Connor Barth, at North Carolina (Nov 03, 2007) 


Long Field Goal 


45 


Connor Barth, at Norl Nov03.2007) 


Punts 


8 


Bradley Pierson, at NC State (Nov 24, 2007; 


Punting Avg 


46 


Graham Gano, at Flonda Sta 


Long Punt 


66 


Chns Cook, at Florida 2007; 


Long Punt Return 


26 


Taylor Kavanauqh. vs Oreqon State (Dec 28, 2007) 


Long Kickoff Return 


35 


Anqelo Babbaro. vs Villanova (Sep 01. 2007) 


Tackles 


14 


Mike McLaughlin, vs Boston College (Nov 10. 2007; 


Sacks 


2.0 


Marc Magro. vs West Virginia (Sep 13. 2 : . 1 






Hunter Haynes. at Wake Forest (Sep 22. 2007; 


Shane Bowen, vs Georgia Tech (Oct 06. 2007; 


Vance Walker, vs Georgia Tech i Oct 06. 2007; 


Chns Long, vs Virqinia (Oct 20. 2007) 


Tackles For Loss 


3.5 


Vance Walker, vs Georgia Tech (Oct 06. 2007 1 


Chns Long, vs Virginia (Oct 20. 2007) 


Interceptions 


2 


Enc Wicks, vs West Virginia (Sep 13, 2007) 


Opponent Team Highs 

Rushes 57 vs Wake Forest I Nov 25. 2006) 


Yards Rushing 


353 


vs West Virginia (Sep 13, 2007) 


Yards Per Rush 


7.4 


vs West Virginia (Sep 13, 2007) 


TD Rushes 


4 


vs West Virqinia (Sep 13, 2007) 


Pass attempts 


56 




Pass completions 


33 


vs Boston College (Nov 10. 2007) 


Yards Passing 


421 


vs Boston College (Nov 10, 2007) 


Yards Pe ,a ^- 
TD Passes 
Total Plays 


9.1 

3 

83 


vs Georgia Tech (Oct 06. 2007) 
vs Boston College i Nov 10. 2007) 
vs Boston College (Nov 10. 2007) 


Total Offense 
Yards Per Play 


484 
7.3 


vs Georgia Tech (Oct 06, 2007) 
;nia(Sep13,2007) 


Points 


35 


vs Boston Colleqe (Nov 10, 2007) 


5a.:-s 6. 


6 


.5ke Forest (Sep 22. 2007) 




27 


vs Clemson (Oct 27. 2007) 


vs Boston Colleqe (Nov 10, 2007) 


Penares 


11 


at North Carolina (Nov 03. 2007) 


Penalty Yards 


66 


at North Carolina (Nov 03. 2007) 


Turnovers 


4 


at Wake Forest (Sep 22, 2007) 


"ever:-; 5. 


3 


.s . a-:. e Se: : - :.." 



Participation Chart 



OP 



SENIORS (15) 


VIL 


FIU 


WV 


WF 


RUT 


GT 


VA 


CU 


NC 


BC 


FS 


NCS 


OS 


i Varner'-A 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s 


5 Gardner CB 


s 


s 


s 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


s 


15 GoodeTE 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


s 


S 


s 


21 LattimoreTB 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


inj 


X 


X 


X 


25 Nelson DB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


• 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


x 


X 


X 


30 Justice FS 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


44 L.Bali TB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


s 


S 


S 


49 Roberts PK 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


50 Lemons LB 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


53 McDermondLS 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


63 CrummeyG 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


S 


S 


68 FelicianoDL 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


80 HaynosTE 


X 


X 


s 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


X 


89 Goldberg WR 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


92 Moore DL 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


Class Participation 


15-7 


15-7 


14-8 


14-7 


15-7 


15-7 


14-6 


14-7 


13-7 


13-8 


14-8 


15-9 


15-8 


JUNIORS (34] 


VIL 


FIU 


WV 


WF 


RUT 


GT 


VA 


CU 


NC 


BC 


FS 


NCS 


OS 


1 Henderson LB 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


inj 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


2 Barnes CB 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s 


s 


s 


s 


S 


s 


9 Taylor CB 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


11 MayPK 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dm 


cd 


13 GronkowskiTE 


S 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


inj 


inj 


X 


X 


inj 


16 Henry WR 


cd 


dm 


cd 


dnt 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dm 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


17 OquendoWR 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


19 SteffyQB 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


inj 


inj 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


cd 


22 D.Robinson DB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


24 DaviesDB 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


29 Allen DB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


31 Schmitt LS 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


34 PhilistinLB 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


36 BaumDB 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


19 EgekezeP" 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


40 Navarre DL 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


41 A.Bali LB 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


42 Bullock . B 


inj 


X 


X 


X 


inj 


inj 


inj 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


X 


X 


43 R.Costa LB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


inj 


inj 


i"! 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


45 Schultz LB 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


48 Fokou I B 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


55 Covington LEO 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


60 E.Williams C 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s 


s 


S 


s 


S 


S 


- ' Oliver'. 


X 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


67 Griffin OL 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


X 


cd 


73 DacostaDT 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dm 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


75 Randolph OL 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


76 Thomas OL 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


X 


77 BurieyOL 


S 


S 


S 


S 


s 


S 


S 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


84 I.Williams WR 


S 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


X 


S' 


S 


S 


S 


87 GreshamWR 


X 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


91 Frost DL 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


96 OtulajaDL 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


97 MuhtadiDL 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


Class Participation 


25-14 23-13 


23-13 


23-13 


22-13 21-12 20-12 20-12 18-11 16-12 18-12 22-11 17-11 


SOPHOMORES (19) 


VIL 


FIU 


WV 


WF 


RUT 


GT 


VA 


CU 


NC 


BC 


FS 


NCS 


OS 


4 McCollough CB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


6 Wiseman CB 


X 


x 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


8 Heyward-Bey WR 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


10 Skinner DB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


10 Turner QB 


X 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


12 PortisQB 


out 


out 


out 


out 


nut 


out 


out 


out 


out 


out 


out 


out 


out 


14 Carroll DB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


inj 


19 AkinwandeDB 


cd 


dm 


cd 


dnl 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnl 


cd 


26 Carter CB 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


dm 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


dnt 


dnl 


cd 


37 TownsleyP 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


dnl 


dnl 


cd 


38 Jackson FB 


S 


S 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


inj 


S 


X 


X 


X 


S 


45 T.GaltTE 


X 


X 


X 


x 


X 


X 


X 




X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


46 PfisterFB 


< 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


' 


< 


cd 


46 SulelB 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnl 


dnl 


cd 


47 Clement LB 


x 


x 


X 


x 


x 


x 


x 


x 


x 


x 


X 


X 


X 


56 D.GaltDL 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


I 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 



SOPH. CONT. (19) 


VIL 


FIU 


WV 


WF 


RUT 


GT 


VA 


CU 


NC 


BC 


FS 


NCS 


OS 


57 HarrellLB 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


72 PCosta':l 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


90 IveyDl 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


inj 


inj 


inj 


X 


X 


X 


X 


Class Participation 


12-2 


9-2 


9-1 


10-2 


10-2 


10-3 


11-4 


10-3 


12-4 


11-3 


12-3 


11-3 


10-4 


R-FRESHMENJ21) 


VIL 


FIU 


WV 


WF 


RUT 


GT 


VA 


CU 


NC 


BC 


FS 


NCS 


OS 


4 Levine OB 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


dnt 


dnl 


cd 


7 Cannon WR 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


18 L.Williams WR 


X 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


X 


S 


X 


inj 


inj 


inj 


20 Green TB 


X 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


22 Washington CB 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


23 Scott TB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


inj 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


32 Jackson-Mills CB 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


S3 WujciakLB 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


51 Whitmore.3 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


52 Clinton LB 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


cd 


53 HargettLB 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


54 MotenLB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


57 HarrakaOL 


X 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


inj 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


64 EastburnOL 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


dm 


cd 


' Edwards OL 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


X 


cd 


71 PinegarOL 


inj 


inj 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


79 Sappington OL 


X 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


81 Smalls WR 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


inj 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


82 BonatoRB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


83 Lee-OdaiWR 


cd 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


86 Gloster TE 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


dnt 


dnt 


X 


Class Participation 


8-0 


4-1 


3-1 


4-1 


4-1 


3-1 


5-1 


8-0 


7-1 


7-0 


5-0 


8-0 


6-0 


T-FRESHMEN (32J_ 


VIL 


FIU 


WV 


WF 


RUT 


GT 


VA 


CU 


NC 


BC 


FS 


NCS 


OS 


11 J. Robinson OB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


18 Walker DB 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


24 Tyler WR 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


25 E.Robinson WR 






. 




dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


27 Herald DB 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


27 DulinWR 




- 


- 


- 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


33 Weiss PK 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


15 BaltzP 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


S 


!5 LariviereRB 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


36 T.Watson RB 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


17 Hughes DB 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


40 Cash LB 


. 


. 


- 


. 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


41 LWatsonTE 


inj 


inj 


inj 


mi 


inj 


in| 


inj 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


4 Brown RB 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


X 


X 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


49 BermanLB 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


58 Drummond LB 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


59 Downs LS 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


59 Pooler LB 


inj 


ii| 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


inj 


dnt 


dnt 


dnt 


dnt 


dnt 


dnl 


fifi Hampton OL 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnl 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnl 


dnl 


cd 


68 Akunyili OL 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


69 Faiella OL 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dm 


dnl 


cd 


70 Young OL 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


71 Johnson OL 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnl 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


73 St. John OL 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


dnt 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


74 Campbell OL 


X 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


s 


X 


X 


X 


cd 


cd 


78 GonnellaOL 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


dnl 


dnl 


cd 


7 9 BowenOL 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


82 Smith WR 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


85 Logan WR 


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inp 


'"I 


i"l 


in| 


'"I 


'"I 


in| 


ln| 


ln| 


in| 


in| 


m| 


Rfl McCreeWR 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


dnl 


dnt 


cd 


93 Davidson DL 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


dnt 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnl 


dnt 


cd 


99 Armstrong DL 


cd 


dnt 


cd 


dnl 


dnl 


cd 


cd 


cd 


dnl 


cd 


dnt 


dnt 


cd 


Class Participation 


3-1 


2-1 


2-1 


2-1 


2-1 


2-1 


2-1 


4-2 


4-1 


4-1 


4-1 


3-1 


2-1 



ACTIVE PLAYERS 



62 52 51 52 55 53 52 56 55 50 53 59 49 



x - indicates played in game. S - indicates stalled game; cd - indicates did not play/coach s decision 

inj - indicates did not play or travel due to injury, dnl - indicates did not travel tor reason other than injury; rs 

• indicates mil sit out season as a redstmt. out - indicates mil sit out season while ineligible 



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200B FOOTBALL 
MEDIA £ RECRUITING GUIDE 



Game-By-Game Starters 



Offense 



GAME 


Wide Receiver 


Left Tackle 


Left Guard 


Center 


Right Guard 


Right Tackle 


Tight End 


Quarterback 


Tailback 


FB/TEWR 


WR/TE 


Vianova 




Burtey' 


Thomas' 


E Williams'' 


Crun' 


Rami 


Grant 


Steffy 




Jack.son' 


Heywa- 


at Florida Inll 
West Virginia 
■ Forest 




Burtey 


Thomas' 


E Williams" 


Crummey 


Ran-: 


Gronkowski" 






Jackson' 


Heywa- 




Burtey 


Thomas' 


E.Williams'' 


Crummey ' 


Randolph 


Gran.. 




Lattmore 


Haynos' 


Heyward-Bey 




Burtey* 


Thomas 


E Williams 


Crummey 


Randolph' 


Gronkowski'' 


Staff/ 


Lattimore' 


Jackson' 


Heyward-Bey' 


jers 


arns' 


Burtey' 


Thomas' 


E Williams'' 


Crummey 


Ram 


Gronkowski'' 




Lattimore' 


Jackson 


Heyiva- 


Georgia Tech 




Burtey 


Thomas' 


E Williams' ' 


Crummey" 


Rani! 


Gronkowski" 


Turner' 




Jackson' 


rd Bey 


Virginia 




Burtey' 


Thomas' 


E.WI 


PCosta' 


Randolph' 


Gronkowski" 


Turner 


Lattimore" 


Jackson' 


•:Bey 


Clemson 




Campbell' 


PCosla 


E Williams'' 


Griffin' 


Randolph' 


Gronkov, • 


Turner 


Lattimore'' 






at North Car 


ams' 




PCosta' 


E Williams- 


Griffin 


Randolph 


Haynos'' 


Turner' 




• 


rd-Bey" 


Boston Colege 


ims u 


Burtey 


P Costa' 


E Wi I ams 


Gnffin 


Randolph" 


Haynos' 


Turner' 




Goode 


■:-3ey 


at Fionda State 




Burtey 


PCosla' 


E Williams 


Griffin' 


Randolph'' 


Haynos" 






Goode 








Burtey' 


P Costa 


E Williams- 


Crummey 


Randolph" 


Haynos' ; 


1 


Ba 


Goode 


Heywa 


vs Oregon St 


n 


Burtey'-' 


PCosta' 


E Williams'' 


Crummey* 


Randolph' 


Goode- 


Turner- 


Ball' 1 


Jackson" 


Heywa- 



Defense 



GAME 


Del End 


Del Tackle 


Def. Tackle 


LEO 


WLB 


MLB 


SLB 


Cornerback 


Strong Safety 


Free Safety 


Cornerback 




Navarre-'' 


Moore'' 


Feliaano' 


Covn : 


Henderson' 


Philislm 


Fokou- 










at Florida fntl 


Na.i 


Moore- 


Feliciano' 


Covington 


Henderson" 


Phihstin 


Fokou' 








Barnes 




Navarre-- 


Moore'' 


Feliaano 


Covington 1 ' 


Henderson'' 


Phmstin 


FokOLr 1 








Bames' 


-orest 


Navarre-" 


Moore" 


Feliaano 


Covington" 


Henderson" 


Phihstin 


Fokou' 








Barnes' 


at Rutgers 


Navarre" 


' 


Feliaano ■ 


Covington" 


Henderson" 


Philistin 


Fokou* 


Gardner 






Barnes' 


Georgia Teen 


Navarre 


Moore 


Feliciano' 


Covington : ' 


R.Costa' 


Philistin 




Garr 


yamer* 


. tfSf Zf: 




Agra 


\ '.. •"■ 




Feliaano" 


Covington 


Henderson 


Phihstin 


Fokou' 


Gardt 


Vsrner* 






Moore 


Feliciano" 


Covir :' 


Henderson™ 


Philistin 


Fokou'' 


Gardner 


/a"e- 


Justice 


Bames' 


- Car 


Navarre" 


M re 


Felic ■ 


Covington' 


Henderson- 


Phihstin" 


Fokou" 








Bames 


Boston Colege 


Navarre 1 


Moore ;I 


Feliaano" 


Covington 


Henderson" 


Philistin 


Fokou" 


Gardner' 






Barnes 


at Fionda State 


Navarre" 


Moore* 


Feliaano" 


Covington- 


Henderson 






Gardner 


Vamef" 








-e' 


'■' •• 


Feliaano" 


Covington 


Henderson 23 


Philistin" 






fcmer 


Justice ' 




vs Oregon St 


Navarre 


Moore* 


Feliaano- 


Covington" 


Henderson-' 


Philistm" 


Fokou" 




Vamer* 


Jusbce'- 


Bames' 



Class Starters by Game (includes punter 6 place-kicker) 



GAME 
Vianova 



Seniors 



Juniors 



Sophomores Redshirt Freshmen True Freshmen 



Total 



' Bate 



at Fionda ma 


7 


13 


2 


1 (LWilhams, 






Ives . g 3 


8 


13 


1 


'. Sams] 




24 




7 


13 


2 


1 (LWilliams) 


1(Bata) 


24 




" 


13 


2 


'■1 Williams. 


' Bate 


24 


Georg a " 


7 


12 


3 


1 (L Williams) 






■ -.- i 


6 


12 


4 


1 (L Williams! 


1(Bate 


24 


~ - • - ; 


- 


12 


3 





2 (Bate, Campbell) 


24 




7 


11 


4 


1(LWifams) 


t(Battz) 


24 


Boston Colege 


8 


12 


3 





• Bate 


24 



Andrew 
Crummey 



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• 33" 



MNCStak 



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24 



r Terrapin Playing-Experience Superlatives 





Offense 


P Defense A 


4»» .*«*- 


Most overal starts, career— 


36. Andrew Crummey (G) 


■36 Christian Vamer(SS) j 


■r A ^ 




I- 3:* - ,', 3-; : 


W 5- '■I 




Most were starts 20."- 


■3 E>- .'. 3-? : Dane Randc-r* * 


13 :. 10 ptayers 




DarhusHe^nwrd-SeYfWR) 


Most conseculrve starts areer- 


26EdwfiW»ams(C) 


■■! :-=:=- 3-t- 3E 






■" :3-.?-e.*3-:-3^. .'. r 


1: 533- U~i- := 




Mostunsecuf«esta~s ::■"- 


13. Edwin Wferos (C). Dane Randolph (T). 


•; :. - : :-3.e-: 





Darns Henod-Be) •'.- 




2007 SEASON REVIEW 



2007 Game Recaps 



Maryland 
Villanova 



Game 1 
31 
14 



Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. • Sept. 1,2007 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) - Keon Lattimore ran for 106 yards 
and three touchdowns, Jordan Steffy played exceptionally well in his 
first start as Maryland's quarterback, and the Terrapins wore down 
Villanova in a 31-14 victory. 

Lattimore also caught six passes for 33 yards The senior averaged 
5 yards on his 21 carries and moved over 1,000 yards rushing for his 
career. 

Steffy did a fine job running the offense, going 19-for-24 for 174 
yards and running for 47 yards and a touchdown 

Up 10-7. the Terrapins opened the third quarter with an 11 -play. 
66-yard touchdown dnve. Five plays after Steffy ran for 2 yards on a 
fourth-and-1 from the Villanova 42, Lattimore scored on a 14-yard run. 

On Maryland's next possession. Steffy left with a leg cramp in the 
middle of a 57-yard touchdown dnve that Lattimore concluded with an 
18-yard run for a 24-7 lead. 

Then, after a Maryland interception, Steffy moved the Terrapins 87 
yards and scored on a 10-yard TD run with 12:46 left. 

That ended a night Steffy had been waiting for since he arrived 
at Maryland as a freshman in 2004 Before facing the Wildcats, the 
redshirt junior had thrown only 37 passes and had gone two years 
since his last completion 

Steffy's play against Villanova belied his inexperience. First, he 
moved the Terrapins 46 yards for a field goal Then he directed a 90- 
yard march in which he passed for 28 yards and ran for 22 The drive 
ended with Lattimore dragging two tacklers into the end zone on a 12- 
yard run. 

The Wildcats then moved 84 yards on eight plays, closing to 10- 
7 on Antwon Young's first career touchdown pass, a 26-yarder to 
Matthew Sherry 

Villanova got a touchdown with 54 seconds left when Salim Koroma 
picked off a Turner pass and look it 42 yards to the end zone 





1ST 


2ND 


WD 


4TH 


• FINAL 


VILLANOVA (0-1) 





7 





7 


14 


MARYLAND (1-0) 


3 


7 


14 


7 


31 



First Quarter 

MD-FGObiEgekeze42,717 
Second Quarter 

MD • Keon Lattimore 12 run (Egekeze kick). 1100 

VIL - Matthew Sherry 26 pass from Antwon Young (Joe Marcoux kick). 2.30 
Third Quarter 

MD • Keon Lattimore 14 run (Egekeze kick), 9:08 

MD - Keon Lattimore 18 run (Egekeze kick), 2 59 
Fourth Quarter 

MD - Jordan Steffy 10 run (Egekeze kick). 12:46 

VIL ■ Salim Koroma 42 interception return (Marcoux kick), 0:54 





MD 


VIL 


First Dowis 


28 


11 


Rushes ranis 


47-221 


22-11 


Co^p-Alt-lnl 


23-30-3 


17-28-1 


Passing yards 


207 


176 


Rerun, rods 


'.4 


197 




2-430 


6-292 




1-0 


1-0 




'A,'j 


3-20 




4-21 


1-2 


Time '■' Possession 


h-U 


23 26 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING ■ Maryland Keon Lattimore 21-106-3, Lance Ball 11-56. Jordan Steffy 
8-47-1, Damus Heyward-Bey 1-13. Danny Oquendo 1-3, Morgan Green 2-0 Chns Turner 
2 -minus 4 villanova: Matt Dcken 8-19. Luca Ragone 3-6. Antwon Young 9-mmus 1 3, Team 
2-mmus 1 

PASSING - Maryland Jordan Sleffy 19-24-1-174, Chns Turner 4-6-2-33. Villanova 
Antwon Young 17-28-1-176-1 

RECEIVING ■ Maryland Damus Heyward-Bey 6-81 , Keon Lattimore 6-33, LaQuan 
Williams 3-40, Lance Ball 3-20, Joey Haynos 3-19. Kevin Gresnam 2-14. Villanova Mat- 
thew Sherry 5-68-1 . Phil Atkrnson 3-5. Anton Ridley 2-27. Brandyn Harvey 2-27. Michael 
Bradway 2-25. Matt Deken 2-16 Matthew Szczur 1-8 

MISSED FIELD GOALS -None 

TACKLES - Maryland Enn Henderson 4-5-9. Chnstjan Vamer 3-3-6 Carlos FeHiciano 
1-5-6 Moise Fokou 4-1-5, Kevin Barnes 3-1-4. Trey Covington 1-3-4; Villanova Mchael 
Holland 5*11. Zach Manacher 6-4-10, Derek Durton 6-3-9. Osayi Osunde 4-4-6, Darrei 
Young 0*8 

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Game 2 
26 



10 



Maryland 

Florida International 

The Orange Bowl 
Miami, Fla. • Sept. 8, 2007 



MIAMI (AP) - Keon Lattimore ran for 111 yards and two early 
touchdowns, and Maryland held off pesky Florida International 26-10. 

Jordan Steffy completed 18 of 25 passes for 135 yards and Lance 
Ball had a 1-yard scoring run with 53 seconds left to seal the win 
for Maryland, now 2-0 for the fourth time in Ralph Fnedgen's seven 
seasons. 

Moses Hinton caught a 49-yard TD pass from Wayne Younger for 
Florida International (0-2), losers of 14 straight games - the second- 
longest current drought in major college football behind Duke. 

FIU put a major scare into Maryland last season, losing 14-10 when 
the Terrapins intercepted a pass near the goal line on the game's final 
play. This one wasn't easy for the Terps, either - who scored 10 fourth- 
quarter points off a pair of FIU turnovers 

Lattimore is the brother of Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, 
who starred at Miami before entenng the NFL Lattimore has fond 
memories of seeing Lewis play at the Orange Bowl, the Hurricanes' 
home field that FIU is using this season while its own stadium is 
remodeled. Now, he's got memories of his own. 

Lattimore had a 42-yard run on Maryland's first play, and he scored 
from 1 yard out to make it 9-0. The scoring started with a safety on a 
botched FIU punt 26 seconds into the game. 

FIU went Ihree-and-out on its next possession and Lattimore came 
through again, this time with a 14-yard TD to make it 1 6-0 with 8: 1 3 left 
in the quarter. 

A big play helped FIU get back into the game. 

Off play-action. Younger found Hinton down the left sideline for the 
first score in Mano Cristobal's era as FIU coach. 

FIU got within 16-10 early in the fourth on Chris Abed's 42-yard 
field goal. But Lionell Singleton fumbled a punt return away deep in FIU 
territory with 12:27 left, setting up Obi Egekeze's 36-yard field goal thai 
restored Maryland's nine-point lead. 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


RIVAL 


MARYLAND (2-0) 


16 








10 


26 


FLORIDA INTL. (0-2) 





7 





3 


10 



First Quarter 

MD - Safety, FIU punt snap out of end zone, 14.34 

MD - Keon Lattimore 1 run (Obi Egekeze kick) 1217 

MD - Keon Lattimore 14 run (Egekeze kick), 8: 13 
Second Quarter 

FIU • Moses Hinton 49 pass fr Wayne Younger (Chns Abed kick), 8.52 
Fourth Quarter 

FIU -FG Chns Abed 42, 14:05 

MD-FG Obi Egekeze 36, 1053 

MD - Lance Ball 1 run (Egekeze kick), 0:53 





MD 


FIU 


First Downs 


14 


8 


Rushes-Yards 


41-135 


27-82 


Comp-Att-Int 


18-25-0 


8-23-2 


Passing Yards 


135 


81 


Return Yards 


106 


100 


Punts-Average 


9-37,9 


7-424 


Fumbles-Losl 


2-0 


2-1 


Penalties ■ 


6-33 


11 


Sacks By-Yards Los 


M 


J-3S 


t,,.„ of Pi ssession 


35:27 


24 33 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland Keon Lattimore 1 7-11 1 -2, Lance Ball 12-40- 1 , Danny Oquendo 
1 -5, Jordan Steffy 1 1 -minus 2 1 , FIU Wayne Younger 8-42, Amod Ned 6-32, Julian Reams 
5-22, Kendall Berry 2-7, Daunte Owens 4-3, Team 2-minus 24 

PASSING - Maryland: Jordan Steffy 18-25-0-135, FIU Wayne Younger 8-22-2-81-1, 
Team 0-1-0-0, 

RECEIVING- Maryland: Damus Heyward-Bey 4-48, Lance Ball 3-31 , Danny Oquendo 
3-18, Keon Lattimore 2-4 JasonGoodel-11 JoeyHaynos1-8, Dan Gronkowski1-8, Cory 
Jackson 1-7. LaQuan Williams 1-0 Jordan Steffy 1-0: FIU Amod Ned 3-15, Moses Hinton 
1-49-1, Elliott Dm 1-11. John Ellis 1-6, Jason Fnerson 1-0. Torrelt Solomon 1-0. 

MISSED FIELD GOALS - Maryland Oh Egekeze 52 

TACKLES- Maryland Enn Henderson 4-8-12, Cnnstian Vamer 3-2-5, Carlos Felioano 
2-3-5, Dave Philislin 2-2-4 FIU Scott Bryant 8-3-11 Michael Dominguez 6-4-10, Robert 
Mitchell 44-8 Alonzia Phillips 3-5-8 Lionel! Singleton 5-2-7 

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#4/4 West Virginia 
Maryland 



Game 3 
31 



14 



Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. • Sept. 13. 2007 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Keon Lattimore rushed for 80 yards and led 
Maryland receivers with four catches, leading the Terrapins' offense in 
a 31-14 defeat to No, 4 West Virginia before 53,107 at Chevy Chase 
Bank Field at Byrd Stadium 

The crowd was the fifth-largest in the history of the stadium. 

Lattimore scored on a 4-yard run midway through the first quarter, 
marking his third straight game with a rushing touchdown 

Also for Maryland, quarterback Jordan Steffy tossed his first career 
touchdown pass, hitting Danny Oquendo with a 22-yarder late in the 
fourth period 

Steve Slaton ran for 137 yards and three touchdowns and 
Noel Devme amassed 125 yards on his first three cames for the 
Mountaineers The freshman finished with 136 on five cames, including 
a 76-yard run to set up one of Slaton's touchdowns. 

Maryland fumbled the snap on the first play from scnmmage. giving 
VWU a short field at the 20-yard line Two plays later. White scampered 
in from 22 yards for the touchdown 

The Terrapins responded immediately, though, going 75 yards in 11 
plays to set up Lattimore's 4-yard run that tied the game at 7-7 with 9:53 
left in the first quarter. 

West Virginia scored 24 unanswered points over the next two 
periods, turning a 14-7 halftime lead into a 31-7 advantage. The 
Mountaineers took control by going 63 yards in nine plays with the 
second-half kickoff. setting up a 1-yard score by Slaton 

Maryland finished the scoring with 5:50 left when Steffy found 
Oquendo The Terrapins recovered the onside kick, but were unable to 
move downfield. 

Enn Henderson led the Maryland defense with 11 tackles, his 
second straight game with double figures on the defensive chart. 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


- RIVAL 


West Virginia (3-0) 


7 


7 


14 


3 


31 


MARYLAND (2-1) 


7 








7 


14 



F/rsf Quarter 

WV - Palnck White 22 run (Pat McAfee kick), 14 15 

MD - Keon Lattimore 4 run (Obi Egekeze kick), 9:53 
Second Quarter 

WV - Steve Slaton 22 run (McAfee kick), 5 02 
Third Quarter 

WV - Steve Slaton t run (McAfee kick), 10:41 

WV - Steve Slaton 1 run (McAfee kick), 1 53 
Fourth Quarter 

WV -FG Pat McAfee 32, 10:39 

MD - Danny Oquendo 22 pass fr Jordan Sleffy (Egekeze kick), 5:50 





MD 


WV 


First Downs 


15 


21 


Rushes-Yards 


39-89 


48-353 


Comp-Att-Int 


16-24-2 


8-130 


Passaic, Yams 


160 


95 


Reiur- Yards 


81 


76 


Punts-Average 


6-35 8 


3-35.7 


FunUes4jos1 


2-1 


4-2 


Penalles- Yards 


5-58 


6-53 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


2-12 


5-28 


Time of Possesyo!: 


31 25 


38 35 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland Keon Lattimore 21-80-1 Lance Ball 6-19, Oamus Heyward-Bey 
1-mmus 3. Jordan Sleffy 11-mmus 7: West Virginia: Steve Slaton 26-137-3, Noel Devine 
5-136. Owen Schmitl 4-16, Patrick White 11-22-1, Jock Sanders 2-12 

PASSING - Maryland Jordan Sleffy 16-23-2-180-1, Keon Lattimore 0-1-M West 
Virginia Patnck While 8-13-0-95-0 

RECEIVING - Maryland Keon Lattimore 4-17. Damus Heyward-Bey 3-56 Danny 
Oquendo 3-55-1. Joey Haynos 2-17, Cory Jackson 2-13. Dan Gronkowski 1-12, Isaiah 
Williams 1-10. West Virginia DanusReynaud4-55, Dorrell Jalloh 1-21, Steve Slaton 1-10 
Tiio Gonzales 1-8, Noel Devine 1-1 

MISSED FIELD GOALS - West Virginia Pat McAfee 22 

TACKLES ■ Maryland Enn Henderson 7-4-11 Morse Fokou 4-4-8, J J Justice 3-W 
Isaiah Gardner 2-4-6, Dave Philislin 1-5-6 West Virginia Reed Williams 3-6-9 Mortty Ivy 
5-3-8. Antonio Lewis 5-1-6. Johnny Dingle 5-1-6. Marc Magro 4-2-6 

ATT-53.107 WEATHER -77 degrees, party cloudy 



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Wake Forest 
Maryland 

Groves Stadium 

Winston Salem. NC • Sept 22. 2007 



Game 4 

31 (ot) Maryland 

24 #10/10 Rutgers 

Rutgers Stadium 

Piscataway, N.J. • Sept 29. 2007 



Game 5 
34 
24 



WINSTON-SALEM. NC. - Josh Adams scored on a 6-yard run on the 
first possession ol overtime to help Wake Forest cap a comeback and 
'<->land 31-24 

AJphonso Smith had a 100-yard interception return tor a touchdown 
late in the third quarter to |umpstart the Demon Deacons {2-2, 1-1 
Atlantic Coast Conference) 

Riley Skinner - playing in his first game since separating his 
shoulder m the season opener • had a 1-yard TO sneak after Smith's 
return midway through the fourth, then found John Tereshmski with a 
6-yard scoring pass to tie it with 3 seconds left m regulation 

Then, after Adams' score m overtime, the Terps were unable 
answer with a touchdown 

The Terrapins (2-2 0-1) got 112 yards and a touchdown from Keon 
Laltomore. his third 100-yard game of the season, along with rushing 
scores from Lance Ball and Cory Jackson 

Ball added 56 yards on 14 cames and lumor quarterback Jordan 
Sleffy completed 11 of 20 passes for 115 yards He completed passes 
to eight different receivers 

Steffy s third-down pass for Ball at the goal line with Maryland 
leading 24-3 helped spark the comeback Smith lumped in front of the 
route and raced the length of the field lor the score. 

Skinner completed 22 of 35 passes for 219 yards with three 
mtercepbons. but the redshirt sophomore came up huge down the 
stretch m directing the decisive sconng dnves Adams finished with 91 
yards rushing 

Enn Henderson led the defensive effort Maryland with a game-high 
tying 1 2 tackles He also forced and recovered a fumble, and picked off 
a pass which led to Jackson's TD run. giving the Terps a 17-3 lead, 

Kevin Barnes had his third interception of the season for the Terps 
and Isaiah Gardner his first. 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


JT* 


or 


FINAL 


l»ARYLAM>(2-2.»-1| 


10 


7 


7 








24 


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3 





7 


14 


7 


3' 



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WF-FGSamSOT*24 .MO 

MDFGCt. Egekeze 5t 

W • Lara BH 13 run lEgekue Md 
Stand OwrNr 

MD-C^Jadraw 3 nr (Egekeze tack) SOS 
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MO ■ keon Laemore 6 run lEgekeze tack), 6 32 

WF -AjphorsoSm* lOOrtercepton return (Sua* tack) 1 10 
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WF • (Hey Starrer 1 run iSwnk tad 

WF - John Tmslmta 6 run (Sot* tad.), 03 



WF ■ Jo* Adams 6 iun (Sot* tack) 





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199 






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HOMOUAL STATISTICS 

RUSrMG-wytani KeonLaamcre 27-112-1 Lane* Bal 14-56-1 DarnusHeyOTd- 
-»«3 Jordan S«!*y13miw 22 WakeForest 
Josfi Adams 20-91-1 Moore537 Mean Andrews 6-32-0 Rfey Starrer 5-15-1 Hanoi 
3-4 Bryar . 

PASSWG - Mgryend Jordan S*t» 11-20-1.115 Wane Forest Foley Stanrw 22-35- 

RECEIYtlG- Maryland OannyOcwenJo3i8.lsa»W«Bms 2-15. Dan Grata** 
--jsnevOTS*. ■■■: JasonGoode 
e Sal '-3 Watt Forest John Tereshnsfc 5-55-1 Josh Adams *-22 Bnmman 
•-." Stlar '-16 McanA,-**?. 
MtSSSJFBD GOALS ■ 

£S Marram Enn Henderson 7-5-12 JJ Jusace 5-1-9 Dm Pr**n4-4- 
S Satf Gardr«r4-« Watt Forest Vaughn 8-4-12 Cuny 4-5-9 Amom 3*9 Ghee 

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1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


I1H 


FINAL 


MARilAIC 3-2] 





14 


£ 


14 


34 


Rutgers (3-11 


3 


14 





• 


24 



Frsf Quarter 

RU -FG Jeremy » 29. 10-57 
Second Quarter 

MO -Lance Ball 9 run 1302 

MO-tensHeywan)^15passkJc>taS>^{ClbEgeto&tacfc), 623 

RU - Ten Browi 20 pass fr MM Teel (Ito tack), 0:52 

RU - Tnuan Ufiderwood 7 pass fr Mike Teel (IB tack). M6 
Dm) Quarter 

MD-FGOo Egekeze 26 851 

MD-FGOt. Egekeze 37 343 
Pourtn Quarter 

MD- Keon Ijwrwre 2 nx (Egekeze tack) 742 

RU- Ray Reel run (If- ■ 

»- Lara Bal 14 run (Egekeze bck|, 204 



FtstDonns 


24 


IS 


Rushes- Yards 


59-239 


2342 


Cox-a: - 


18-2M 


:;-«■■ 


Pauaig Yenls 


219 


310 


Return Yards 


96 


■9 


tr'iiirxx 


3-363 


6-353 


FurrokB-Lost 


1-0 


3-2 


Penaaes-Yads 


5-45 




Sacks By-rards lost 


MS 


2-16 









WOIVBUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING -Maryland Keon LaBmore 34-124-1 Lance Bal 12-90-2 Oa'Rel Son 
3-29 Chns Turner 1-9 Damus HevOTd-Bey 1-6. LaOuan Wkms 1-0 Team 3-mr»s 7. 
Jordan 9efy4™ius 12 Rutgers RayRxe21-97-1.M*eTeei2-oinsi5 

PASSHG - Maryand Ore Tine- 14-20-0-149 Jordan Sie*, 4-8*70-1 Rutgers 

RrKSVllG- Maryland Damus Hey»ar>eey 561-1 Oamy Oguendo4-34 LaOuan 
Wtems 2-66 IsaohWfems 2-38, Cory Jackson 2-23. Dan Gnrtowsto 2-7 LanceBal 
1-mnus 10; Rutjers Touan LWerw:.: KemyM 593 

RayRee4-36 ShamarGraves 1-6 

MBSEDFHJJ GOALS -Maryland Ob Egekeze 51 ,39 .37 

■ _ES - Maryland Dave Phisan 6-3-11 Err Henderson 47-11 Uose Fckou 
- - . >js6ce 4J3-4 Kevr, Banes 3-1-4 RjBers Cc . - 3ra-do 

RB*an3-8-n DamasoM-- 

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Maryland 
Georgia Tech 

Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md -Oct 6. 2007 



PISCATAWAY, N.J, (AP) - Backup quarterback Chns Turner led 
Maryland to 20 second-half points. Keon Lattimore rushed for 124 
yards and a touchdown and the Terps ruined No. 10 Rutgers' second 
stay in the top 10 with a 34-24 victory 

For Maryland (3-2), il was redemption The win ended Rutgers 
10-game home winning streak and snapped a two-game Terps losing 
streak that included a 31-24 overtime loss lo Wake Forest last week 

Turner completed 14 of 20 passes for 149 yards in relief of Jordan 
Steffy, who left late in the first half with a concussion, 

Maryland rallied despite losing a 14-3 advantage late in the first hall 
and heading into halftime with Rutgers leading 17-14 

Turner led the rally that culminated in field goals of 26 and 37 yards 
from Obi Egekeze. a 2-yard TD run by Lattimore and a late 14-yard 
dash by Lance Ball, who rushed for 90 yards and two touchdowns 

Teel threw two touchdown passes and Ray Rice scored on a 1- 
yard run with 4 41 to go to cut the Maryland lead lo 27-24 But the 
Terps defense held stoul against a Scarlet Knights offense that was 
averaging 46 points Rice was held to 97 yards rushing on 21 cames, 
including 38 yards on his last 15 attempts 

The victory over a lop 10 learn was the first for Maryland since 
upsetting Flonda Stale in 2004. The Terps outgamed the Scarlet 
Knights 458-392 while forcing three turnovers. 

Turner, who look over after Steffy was hurt on the Terps final senes 
of the first half, got Maryland going early in the second half A 28-yard 
pass to Isaiah Williams and a penalty for roughing the passer led to 
Egekeze s 26-yard field goal that tied the game at 17 midway through 
the third quarter. 

Ball broke off a 32-yard run and Turner hit Damus Heyward-Bey 
for 18 lo set up a go-ahead 37-yard field goal with 3:43 left in the third 
quarter 

Marylands defense held Rutgers to one first down on its next 
two senes, and Turner led Maryland on a 58-yard touchdown drive 
Lattimore capped it with a 2-yard run one play after LaQuan Williams 
stretched out to making a diving third-down catch of a 27-yard pass 



Game 6 
28 
26 



COLLEGE PARK. Md, (AP) - In hrs first career start, Chns Turner threw 
for 255 yards, and Lance Ball ran lor three touchdowns as Maryland held 
on for a 28-26 victory over Georgia Tech 

Travis Bell sent a 52-yard field goal attempt wide right with 54 seconds 
remaining Georgia Tech was whistled lor holding on the previous play, 
knocking the Yellow Jackets back 10 yards and preventing them from 
lining up for what would have been a 40-yard try 

Turner had three passes of longer than 40 yards in the first half. 
including the first touchdown pass of his career, a 78-yard stnke to Jason 
Goode He cooled off in the second half but finished 10-ol-17 for 255 
yards and a touchdown Bal earned 16 times for 86 yards and three 
touchdowns 

Maryland (4-2. 1-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) had leads of 21-3 and 
28-17. but Georgia Tech closed to 28-26 with 8:21 left in the game on a 
39-yard touchdown pass from Taylor Bennett lo Demanyus Thomas The 
Yellow Jackets two-point conversion try fell short when inebacker Dave 
Philrstin stuffed Tashard Choice on a direct snap. 

Philistin finished with 21 tackles. 

Saturday's victory was Turner's second straight impressive 
performance He replaced an m|ured Jordan Steffy lale in the second 
quarter the previous week and led the Terps to a 34-24 road upset over 
then-No 10 Rutgers. 

Steffy, who suffered a concussion against Rutgers, did not dress 
Saturday Nor did the team's leading tackier. Enn Henderson, who has a 
bad knee 

Maryland scored first on Turner's long pass to Goode. then extended 
its lead to 21-3 early in the second quarter on TD runs of 7 yards and 1 
yard by Ball. 

Bennett finished 22 of 34 for 309 yards and a touchdown. Choice had 
32 cames for 1 32 yards and a touchdown 

Georgia Techs first twichdown came with less than a minute to go 
in the first half, when Turner, under pressure on a third down, was hit by 
Vance Walker and rumbled. Defensive end Darren Robertson picked up 
the ball and ran 32 yards for the score. 



Georgia Tech i3-3 1-3] 
VAR'lanD i-; •■• 



MD- Jason Goode 78 pass t Cms Turner (Ot> Egeto. - 

GT-FG Tows Bet 23. 237 

MD - Lance Bal 7 n»i (Egekeze kc 
Second Quarter 

MD - Lance Bal 1 run (Egekeze tac 

GT-Danel Robertson 32 luntfe ream (Bel- - 
7nrt Quarter 

GT - Tashard Ctace 1 run (Bel kr.< 

MD - Lance Bal 1 run (Egekeze be ' 
Found Ouaffler 

GT-FG Trans Bel 37, 1448 

GT-rjemaryus Thomas 39 passfr Taylor Berne* (n»i (aasrJt 821 



1ST 


2ND 


WD 


<TH 


FINAL 


3 


7 


7 


9 


26 


14 


7 


7 





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v: 


OT 


-reOwrs 


12 


24 


Rushes-Vans 


i:-i: 


0-17S 


::■--.-■■ - 


10-17-0 


22-344 


Passiig Yards 


255 


309 


RekmYads 


109 


152 


-rt-'.yax 


'.-i- ■ 


3-347 


FurOes-losI 


1-1 


2-1 


PeaaSes- 1 t^~ 


2-10 


ts 


Sacks By-Yards Lost 


OH 


4-28 


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HOrVDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHMG- Maryland Lara Bal 16-86-3 KeonLaQmore 133-31. Danny Oouendo 

1-nwius 1, Team 1-mnjs 2. Chns Turner 4-mnjs 26. George Tecti Tashard Choce 
3ashai»i Grant 9-27 Josh Nesoe 1-10 Taylor Be/meg 1-2 M*e C: . 
=ASS»*S - Mav-rc Cht B T l »ner 10-17*2551. Georga Tech 22-34*309-1. 
RECErVMG- Maryland D3rusHeynrd«ey4-irj9 Danny Oquendo 2-27. Isaeh 
Wfcms2-21. Jason Goode i-78-i JoeyHayiios1-2DGec>p^Te*.rjemaryus Thomas 
:--eg Sm«i 5-62 Coin Peek 3-31, Tasnard Choce 2-23 Rastiaui Gran 1-16. 
MteCmi-01 James Jow 

M6SH3FELD GOALS -George Tech Traws Bel 47. 52 
TACXLES - Uanrtand Dave Phis* 7-14-21, Muse Fokou 4-7-11 Kevn Barnes 
' . J Justce 3-4-7 Carlos Fefceru 3-4-7 George Tech 
Gary Guylx 3-58. Ph«p Wheeler 2-6-8 Awry Roterson 6-1-7. Jama Lews . 

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2007 SEASON REVIEW 



#24 Virginia 
Maryland 



Game 7 
18 



17 



Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. • Oct. 20, 2007 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) • Reserve running back Mikell Simpson 
capped an all-around performance by sconng the winning touchdown 
with 16 seconds left, enabling the Virginia Cavaliers to beat Maryland 
18-17 for their seventh straight victory, 

Simpson scored on a 1-yard plunge to finish a frantic 90-yard dnve 
that consumed more than seven minutes. 

Virginia trailed 14-3 in the second quarter and 17-10 early in the 
third penod before rallying. 

Simpson ran 16 times for 119 yards and two touchdowns He also 
caught 1 3 passes for 1 52 yards During the final drive, Simpson caught 
five passes for 48 yards and rushed nine times for 44 yards - totaling 
92 yards on a 90-yard drive that included an intentional grounding call 
against the Cavaliers. 

Lance Ball ran for 72 yards and a touchdown, and Keon Lattimore 
had 65 yards rushing and a score for the Terrapins (4-3, 1-2). But 
Maryland managed only a field goal in the second half. 

At the outset of the third quarter, a roughing Ihe passer penalty and 
a 1 5-yard facemask call against Virginia fueled a Maryland dnve that 
produced a 41-yard field goal by Obi Egekeze for a 17-10 lead 

The Cavaliers closed to 17-12 when standout defensive end Chris 
Long sacked Chns Turner in the end zone for a safety with two seconds 
left in the quarter 

Simpson ran for 72 yards on four carries and had five catches for 
54 yards in the first half, but Lattimore and Ball combined for 98 yards 
rushing and two touchdowns lo stake the Terrapins to a 14-10 lead. 

Virginia's first four plays were short passes that totaled 61 yards, 
setting up a 36-yard field goal by Chns Gould. The Terrapins answered 
with a nine-play. 69-yard drive thai Lattimore ended with a 3-yard 
touchdown run. 

After Lattimore ran for 47 yards in the first 15 minutes. Ball got his 
chance at the start of the second quarter He ran four straight times 
for 35 yards, then took a swing pass 7 yards on a third-and-5 before 
sconng on a 1-yard run to make it 14-3. 

Erin Henderson tallied a career-high 18 tackles after missing the 
Georgia Tech game with a knee injury. 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


47H 


• FINAL 


Virginia (7-1, 4-0) 


3 


7 


2 


6 


18 


MARYLAND (4-3. 1-2) 


7 


7 


3 





17 



First Quarter 

VA-FG Chns Gould 36. 11 31 

MD - Keon Lattjmore 3 run (Obi Egekeze kick), 6:53 
Second Quarter 

MD - Lance Ball 1 run (Egekeze kick). 11 57 

VA- Mikell Simpson 44 run (Gould kick). 3:35 
Third Quarter 

MD-FG Obi Egekeze 41 ,8 53 

VA - Safety. Chns Long sacked Turner in end zone. 0:02 
Fourth Quarter 

VA - Mikell Simpson 1 run (Sewell rush (ailed). 0:16 





MD 


VA 


Firsl Downs 


16 


25 


Rushes-Yards 


38-130 


39-191 


Comp-Atl-Int 


!'...-..,- 


23-360 


Passing Yards 


105 


248 


Rebm fenfe 


83 


9 


PuntfrArerase 


(M4.7 


',■34 I 


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7-58 


7-64 


Sacks B) IfenlsIM 


3-19 


2-18 


DmeofPossessiof 


20 -4 


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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING ■ Maryland Lance Ball 17-72-1 Keon Lattimore 18-65-1. Chns Turner 
3-minus 7: Virginia Mikell Simpson 16-119-2. Keith Payne 1W9, Chns Gorham 1-6 
Jameel Sewell 9-mmus 3 

PASSING - Maryland: Chns Turner 13-19*105. Virginia Jameel Sewell 22-35*243. 
Peler Lai eh 1-1-0-5 

RECEIVING ■ Maryland Darnus Heyward-Bey 4-52, Danny Oquendo 4-21 LaQuan 
Williams 2-19, Lance Ball 2-11 Dan Gronkowski 1-2: Virginia Mikell Simpson 13-152, 
Jonathan Stupar 3-34. Cary Koch2-23. Doom* Inman 2-18, Tom Santi 1-9, Chris Gorham 
1-8, John P- 

MISSED FIELO GOALS - Virginia Chns Gould 32 

TACKLES • Maryland Enn Henderson 9-9-18, Moise Fokou 5-5-10. Dave Philistin 
4-6-10. Dre Moore 3-7-10 Kevin Barnes 6-2-8 Virginia Jon Copper 5-7-12, Chns Long 
4-6-10, Nate Lytes 3-7-10, Byron Glaspy 5-4-9, Ve Hall 3-M 

ATT • 52,782 WEATHER ■ 61 degrees, clear 



Clemson 



Maryland 



\ 

Game 8 
30 
17 



.MiWM ■ 



Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium 
College Park, Md. • Oct. 27, 2007 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) -- James Davis ran for 129 yards and a 
touchdown to lead Clemson past Maryland 30-17. 

The Tigers (6-2, 3-2 ACC) led 20-3 at halttime and held on for the 
victory. 

Maryland (44, 1-3) scored on its first drive, but the Tigers built up a 
lead in Ihe firsl half. The Terrapins scored two touchdowns in the fourth 
quarter, but got no closer than 1 3 points. 

Davis, who had 29 carries, led a running game that amassed 249 
yards C.J. Spider gained 106 yards, and Harper went 20-for-26 for 179 
yards. 

The previous three games in the senes were decided by 4 points or 
fewer. 

The Tigers snapped a 3-3 tie midway through the second quarter 
after the Terrapins failed to convert a fourth-and-1 from the Clemson 
48. Two rushes by Davis netted 19 yards, and Spiller ran for 5 yards 
before Harper threw a 27-yard touchdown pass to Aaron Kelly. 

On their next possession, the Tigers made it 17-3 on a 1-yard run 
by Davis 

Minutes later, Clemson's Crezdon Butler intercepted a pass and 
took it 17 yards to the Maryland 34. Later in the drive. Mark Buchholtz 
kicked a 34-yard field goal 

Buchholtz added a 20-yarder in the third quarter, and Harper threw 
a 3-yard touchdown pass to Michael Palmer with 12:02 left to make it 
30-3, 

In the fourth quarter, a 44-yard pass from Chns Turner to Adrian 
Cannon set up a 2-yard touchdown run by Lance Ball with 10:40 to 

go 

Keon Lattimore scored from the 1 with 1 23 left 
Turner completed 19 of 31 passes for 217 yards Isaiah Williams 
and Joey Haynos had five catches apiece for Maryland. 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


- FINAL 


Clemson (6-2, 3-2) 





20 


3 


7 


30 


MARYLAND (44, 1-3) 


3 








14 


17 



First Quarter 

MO-FGOhiEkekeze35,3 33 
Second Quarter 

CU - FG Mark Buchholz 35. 1319 

CU -Aaron Kelly 27 pass fr Cullen Harper (Buchholz kick), 9:17 

CU - James Davis 1 run (Buchholz kick), 1:39 

CU - FG Mark Buchholz 34, 000 
Third Quarter 

CU-FG Mark Buchholz 20. 2:12 
Fourth Ouarter 

CU - Michael Palmer 2 pass (r Cullen Harper (Buchholz kick), 120 

MD - Lance Ball 2 run (Egekeze kick). 10:40 

MD - Keon Lattimore 1 run (Egekeze kick), 1 30 





MD 


CU 


- rsl Downs 


18 


27 


Rushes- Yards 


32-97 


56-249 


Comp-Atl-Int 


19-31-1 


20-26-0 


Passed Yards 


217 


179 


Return Yards 


51 


72 


Punt&Averaoe 


♦35J) 


2-37,0 


F ifflb as . 61 


2-1 


2-1 


Penalties-Yards 


5-32 


7-55 


Sacks By- Yards Lost 


1-9 


2-17 


rimed Possession 


:< m 


36 29 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland Lance Ball 10-56-1. Keon Lattimore 16-51-1, Enn Henderson 
1-12, Chns Turner 5-minus 19, Clemson: James Davis 29-129-1, C J Spiller 17-106, 
Cullen Harper 5-12, Jacoby Ford 2-8, Team 3-mtnus 6 

PASSING ■ Maryland Chns Turner 19-31-1-217 Clemson Cullen Harper 20-26-0- 
179-2 

RECEIVING - Maryland Isaiah Williams 5-47, Joey Haynos 546, LaQuan Williams 
3-36, Keon Lattjmore 3-15, Adnan Cannon 2-60, Lance Ball 1-13, Clemson Aaron Kelly 
5-54-1. C J Spiller 5-37, Tyler Gnsham 4-32, Jacoby Ford 3-37 Mehael Palmer 2-13-1. 
Nelson Faerber 1-6 

MISSED FIELO GOALS ■ Clemson Mark Buchholz 41 

TACKLES • Maryland Enn Henderson 6-9-15. Dave Philistin 2-10-12. Morse Fokou 
3-7-10. Kevin Barnes 6-3-9, Jeremy Navarre 2-7-9, Ctemson Tramaine Billie 4-5-9, Chns 
Chancelkx 5-3-8, Chns Clemons 5-3-8, Mehael Hamlin 4-3-7 Nek Watkms 4-3-7 

ATT • 50,948 WEATHER ■ 69 degrees, partly cloudy 



North Carolina 
Maryland 



Game 9 
16 
13 



Kenan Stadium 

Chapel Hill, N.C. • Nov. 3, 2007 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) - Connor Barth kicked three field goals and 
T.J. Yates threw a touchdown pass to Hakeem Nicks helping North 
Carolina to a 16-13 victory over Maryland 

Freshman tailback Johnny White added a career-high 92 rushing 
yards for the Tar Heels (3-6, 2-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) 

Nicks, the team's leading receiver, finished with eight catches for 88 
yards. Yet, it was the defense that set the tone early for North Carolina. 
The Terrapins (4-5, 14 ACC) lost for Ihe first time in five games in the 
series. 

Maryland had a chance down the stretch. One final dnve started 
on its own 23-yard line with 2:49 left, and Chns Turner completed four 
consecutive passes to move the Terps to North Carolina's 41. But on 
fourth-and-2, he was pressured by defensive tackle Kentwan Balmer 
and threw high toward the sideline, ending the dnve with 36 seconds 
remaining. 

Barth connected from 23 yards to break the scoreless tie in the 
second quarter Maryland's Obi Egekeze tied with a 26-yarder with 
about 3-1/2 minutes remaining in the first half. 

Yates completed three consecutive passes - two to Brooks Foster 
- to give Barth another chance from 45 yards out. and his kick broke the 
tie at 1:01. 

After the ensuing kickoff. Turner overthrew Darnus Hayward-Bey, 
and safety Trimame Goddard mtecepted it Yates worked the hurry-up 
offense again, and his 20-yard completion led to another 45-yard field 
goal for Barth 

Yates' 30-yard touchdown pass to Hicks put North Carolina ahead, 
bul Maryland found an offensive spark lo make it close. 

Turner completed all three passes to move his team to the Tar 
Heels' 6 Lattimore finished off Ihe march with a 5-yard sconng run. 
and when Egekeze made a 29-yard field goal, Maryland was within the 
final margin. 

Heyward-Bey had a team-high five receptions for 64 yards, while 
Lance Ball rushed for 69 yards on 15 carries. 

Turner completed 20 of 36 passes for 209 yards. 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


FINAL 


MARYLAND (4-5,14| 





3 


7 


3 


13 


North Car. (3-6, 2-3) 





9 


7 





16 



Second Quarter 

NC-FG Connor Barth 23. 14:55 

MD-FG Obi Egekeze 26. 3:34 

NC-FG Connor Barth 45, 1:01 

NC-FG Connor Barth 45. 0:11 
Third Quarter 

NC - Hakeem Neks 30 pass fr T.J Yates (Barth kek), 7:33 

MD ■ Keon Lattimore 5 run (Egekeze kick). 3:21 
Fourth Quarter 

MD-FG Obi Egekeze, 6 01 





MD 


NC 


f rsl Downs 


18 


15 


Rushes-YBflJs 


33-93 


>►.•■; 


Comp-Atl-Int 


20-36-1 


16-26-2 


Passing Yards 


209 


149 


Relum Yards 


113 


110 


Punts-Aimage 


6-43J 


5 36 2 


FunbteJjost 


1-1 


2-1 


Pen3lt«s>3rtjs 


9457 


11-66 


• 


3-23 


2-10 


rime Hi Possession 


30 14 


2" 46 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING • Maryland Lance Ball 15-69. Keon Lattimore 13-29-1, Team 1-minus I, 
Chns Turner 4-mmus 4, North Carolina Johnny White 18-92. Anthony Elzy 8-37 Greg 
Little 2-7, Ryan Houston 1-1 Hakeem Neks 1-mmusl, Team 2-mmus 5, T J Yates4-mmus 
21 

PASSING -Maryland Chns Turner 20-36-1-209, North Carolina TJ Yates 16-26-2- 
149-1. 

RECEIVING - Maryland Damus Heyward-Bey 5-64. Joey Haynos 4-30. Jason Goode 
3-36. Isaiah Williams 2-44. LaQuan Williams 2-28. Keon Lattimore 2-mmus 4 Adnan 
Cannon 1-8. Lance Ball 1-3, North Carolina Hakeem Neks 8-88-1. Brooks Foster 3-32. 
Johnny White 2-18, Bobby Rome 1-9 Rehard Qumn 1-8, Anthony Elzy 1-minus 6 

TACKLES -Maryland EnnHenderson6-5-11 Dave Philslm 7-3- 10 Dre Moore 34-7 
Kevin Barnes 5-1-6. North Carolina Tnmane Goddard 8-2-10 Dureli Mapp 4-3-7 Charles 
Brown 6*6 Hitee Taylor 3-2-5, Quan Slurdivanl 2-3-5 

ATT - 56.000 WEATHER • 64 degrees, dear 



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Maryland 

#8/8 Boston College 

Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium 
College Park. Md -Nov 10. 2007 



Game 10 
42 
35 



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MEDIA £ RECRUITING GUIDE 



Florida State 
Maryland 





1ST 


2ND 


wo 


iTH 


flNUL 


Boston Coll iB-2 4-2) 


1 


7 


7 


14 


35 


MARYLAND |S-5. 2-4) 


14 


e 


14 


1 


4! 



COLLEGE PARK. Md. - Sophomore Chris Turner threw for 337 yards 
and three touchdowns to lift the in|ury-plagued Maryland Terrapins (5- 
'5 victory over No. 8 Boston College (8-2, 4-2) 
Saturday evening 

Senior tight end Jason Goode. playing in his final home game, 
caught two TD passes as the Terps rolled up a season-high 466 total 

i-l'JS 

It was the most points Boston College has allowed in an Atlantic 
Coast Conference game since K*ning the league in 2005 In addition, 
the nations top-ranked rushing defense (58 yards per game) 
surrendered a season-high 135 yards, even though Maryland was 
without its leading ground-gainer 

Matt Ryan, who threw three interceptions against Flonda Stale, 
went 33-for-56 for42l yards and three touchdowns, but was intercepted 
twice 

The Terps received a solid performance from Turner, who went 21- 
for-27 Knowing it would be difficult to pound the ball inside, Maryland 
reded heavily on the passing game, often throwing deep and spreading 
the Boston CoHege defense with quick tosses to the outside 

That enabled Lance Ball to rush 32 times for 109 yards and a 
score Goode had six catches, matching his total in Maryland's first 
nme games 

The Terrapins let a 42-21 lead dwindle to seven points when Ryan 
threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Ryan Purvis with 52 seconds left. 
but the subsequent onside kick failed to go the required 10 yards. 
gmng Maryland possession and the victory. 

At game's end. the fans rushed the field to celebrate the Terps' 
second wm this season over a top-10 team. Maryland beat then-No. 10 
Rutgers on Sept 29 It marked the first time in school history Maryland 
has defeated two top-1 teams m the same season 



. ... rjuariM 

MD ■ Jason Goode 10 pass h Chns Turner (Ot» Egekeze kck). 12 50 
BC ■ James McCluskey 1 njn (Slew Aponavous kick), 7 32 
MD -Lance Ban 5 run (Eg*) 

Second Ouaner 

BC - James McCluskey 1 run (Aponavous kick), 14 47 
MO • FG Ot» Egekeze 28 1208 
MDFG Obi Egekeze 25, 010 

rjwd Quarter 

BC • Kevin Challenger 3 pass Ir Mall Ryan (Apwiavous luck), 9 37 

MO • Jason Goode 7 pass fr Chns Turner (Egekeze kc- 

MO ■ Da Ret Scon 57 pass tr Chns Tumei (Egekeze luck). 4 29 

Fouff/i Quarter 

MO • Damus Heyward-Bey 37 run (Heyward-Bey pass fr Turner), 14 21 

BC - Ryan Punns 5 pass It Man Ryan (Aponavaus kct 

BC • Ryan Purvis 13 pass ft Mall Ryan (Aponavcus luck), 52 



Game II 

24 

16 





MD 


BC 


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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING • Maryland Lance Ball 32-109-1, Damus Heyward-Bey 1-37-1 Team 
2-mmus 4, Chns Turner 5-minus 7, Boston College Andre Callender 12-56, James 
McCluskey 4-7-2. L V Whilwcflh 2-4 Kevin Challenger 1-2 Team 1 -minus I Malt Ryan 
7-minus 23 

PASSING - Maryland Chns Turner 21-27-0-337-3; Boston College Man Ryan 33- 
56-2-421-3 

RECEIVING - Maryland Jason Goode 6-56-2 Oamus Heyward-Bey 5-75 Emani 
Lee-Oda 3-78, Joey Haynos 2-7, Da Re! Soon 1-47-1 Isaiah Williams 1-45 LaQuan 
VWams 1-12. Cory Jackson 1-6. Lance Ball i-l. Boston College Ryan Purvis 10-102-2. 
Andre Callender 6-92 Brandon Rooinson 6-49 Rich Gunned 4-97 Kevin Challenger 
3-47-1. Jon Loyte 1-18. Justin Jams 1-16 

MISSEO FIELD GOALS - Boston College Sieve Aponavtaus 34 

TACKLES ■ Maryland Enn Henderson 5*13, D3vePhilisrjn4-9-13,J J Justice 3-5- 
8 Kevin Barnes 2-5-7, Christian Vamer 0-7-7 Boston College Mike McLaughlin 6*14, 
Jame SJva 4-8-12, Paul Anderson 6-3-9, Alei Alonghl 1*6, Mark Herzlich 4-1-5 



AH - 52 827 WEATHER - 42 degrees, doudy 




Chris Turner passed 
for 337 yards and three 
touchdowns to lead the 
Terps to a 42-35 shootout 
victory over No. 8 Boston 
College. 



Bobby Bowden Field at Doak S Campbell Stadium 
Tallahassee. Fla. • Nov 17. 2006 

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Preston Parker ran for 133 yards and a touch- 
down m his first start at tailback as Flonda State (74. 4-4 ACC) clinched 
a winning season with a 24-16 victory over Maryland that gave coach 
Bobby Bowden his 300th career win at the school. 

Parker, who had been the Seminoles' leading receiver, ran for 51 
yards on his first four cames, including an 18-yard touchdown that gave 
the Seminoles a 14-3 lead late m the first quarter 

Drew Weatherford bounced back from a concussion to throw for 204 
yards and a touchdown. He also ran for another. 

Flonda State took a 21-3 lead 44 seconds into the second quarter 
when Weatherford and De'Cody Fagg hooked up on a 1 0-yard touchdown 
pass 

The Seminoles led 21-6 at the half with Maryland's points coming 
on a pair of field goals by Obi Egekeze. who added a third in the fourth 
quarter to complete the sconng. 

Maryland rallied in the second half, pulling to within 21-13 midway 
through the third quarter when Damus Heyward-Bey scored on a 14-yard 
pass from Chns Turner. 

Turner completed 1 6 of 32 passes for 242 yards, but threw a costly 
interception and was sacked four times 

The Maryland defense gave the offense some opportunities. After 
FSU scored on its first three dnves of the game, the Seminoles were 
forced to punt on their next eight possessions. 

Obi Egekeze s field goal with 2:58 to play in the game moved the 
Terps to within a score, but they could not get the ball back. 



MARYLAND (5* 2-5| 
Florida Stale i- J 4-4, 



1ST 
3 
14 



2ND 
3 

7 



3 
3 



FINAL 
16 
24 



Ftrst Quarter 

FS • Drew Weamerton) 1 run (Gary Cernesa ktk). 930 

MO -FG Ob Egekeze 46 553 

FS • PresJon Parter 18 run (Csmese k<*l. 3:39 
Second Quarter 

FS-Da(/xlyFagg10p3ssftDn»Wea»ie*fd<C<sm« II 

MD-FGOt. Egekeze 29 943 
Third Quarter 

MO - Damus Heywanrtey 14 pass ft Chns Turner (Egeke, 
Fourth Quarter 

FS-FGGatyOsmesia30.920 

MD-FGOt. Egekeze 37 258 





MD 


FS 


F«Dow"s 


18 


18 


Rushes-Yank 


37* 


B-154 


Core-*--- 


17-35-1 


■■-?.-: 


PasSf-'j *ar?< 


.:■ 


204 


Re\r ' rs 


144 


147 


v.<%-i.<<rx*i 


5-398 


8-391 


runt* ll J< 


04 


5-1 


Penates- Yarts 


8-51 


3-37 




H3 


532 


Tine ol Possession 


JOS 


2*07 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland Keon Lanrae 1346 Lance Bat 9-35. DaTtel Scon 2-17. 
Chns Turner 10-4 Team t-mnus 3. Jordan SMy 2-mns 7: Flonda Stale Preston Parker 
20-133-1 HoAjway 7-26 D~w Weasierton! 5*1 Team2-mnus5 

PASSING - Maryland Chns Turner 16-32-1-242-1. Jordan Sfety 1-3*1. Flonda 
Stale Drew weanenvjid 16-26*204-1 

RECEIVING - Man/end Oamus HeywanJ-Bey S-82-1 Isaah VAams 4*1 Joey 
Haynos 3-49 Keon Lanrae 2-10. Jason Goode 1-8 Lance Bal 1-6. Eman Lee-Oda 
1-4 FlondaStale Da Cody Fagg 446-1 Can 3-35 Shaw 3-33 Graham 3-19 Pwows* 
1-27 PnsBn Parter 1-21. Hotoway 1-1 

UBSEOFIELD GOALS -Maryland Ot> Egekeze 46 

TACKLES -Maryland Dave Phason 4*10 Mose Fokou 5*8 Adrian Moten 5-2-7 
Ore Moore 5-2-7JJ Justice 3-4-7. Fkrta State RVflfems 7*7. Nchotson 4-3-7. Bal 
3-2-5 P Rotmc- 

ATT-80213 WEATHER- 62 degrees Bear 



2007 SEASON REVIEW 



Maryland 
NC State 



Game 12 
37 



Carter-Finley Stadium 
Raleigh, N.C. • Nov. 24, 2007 

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -• Lance Ball and Keon Lattimore rushed for two 
touchdowns apiece as Maryland routed North Carolina State 37-0 on 
Saturday. 

The Terrapins (6-6. 3-5 Atlantic Coast Conference) posted their first 
shutout since 2004 and became bowl eligible for the fifth time in the lasl 
seven years. They scored on four straight possessions in the first half 

Chris Turner was 19-of-24 for 206 yards and had a 41-yard keeper 
that set up a touchdown for Maryland The Terrapins ran for a season- 
high 249 yards while holding the Wolfpack to just 10 yards rushing 

The Wolfpack were shut out for the first time since a 14-0 loss to 
Baylor on Sept. 23, 1 995, a span of 1 50 straight games that was longest 
active streak in the ACC. 

The Terrapins outscored NC State 21-0 in the second quarter and 
using big plays to set up their three touchdowns. 

Turners keeper through the left side set up a 1 -yard touchdown run 
by Lattimore On the next dnve, Turner's 38-yard pass to Isaiah Williams 
came three plays before Ball ran for a 1 5-yard touchdown to make it 
17-0. 

Da'Rel Scott then rushed 33 yards up the middle to open a possession 
that ended with Balls second TD, a 2-yard burst around right end that 
gave the Terps a 24-0 lead with 4 minutes left before halftime By then, 
some fans were headed for the exits. 

Obi Egekeze kicked three field goals for Maryland. 

It was a rare rout in a senes that had been dominated by close games, 
with the previous seven meetings decided by an average of fewer than 
6 points. 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4m 


FINAL 


MARYLAND (6-6. 3-5) 


3 


21 


6 


7 


37 


NC Slate (5-7, 3-5) 


















First Quarter 

MD-FG Obi Egekeze 30, 1.48 
Second Quarter 

MD - Keon Lattimore 1 njn (Egekeze kick). 12:43 

MD - Lance Ball 15 run (Egekeze kick), 7 39 

MD - Lance Ball 2 run (Egekeze kick), 4:05 
Third Quarter 

MD • FG Obi Egekeze 34, 5:45 

MD • FG Obi Egekeze 30. 0:08 
Fourth Quarter 

MD - Keon Lattimore 5 run (Egekeze kick), 10 25 





MD 


NCS 


First Downs 


22 


14 


Rushes-Yanfc 


49-249 


16-10 


Comp-Att-lnl 


20-25-0 


26-45-1 


Passing Yards 


217 


240 


Return feds 


94 


131 


P nt&Amrage 


542.6 


8-395 


Fumbles-Lost 


1-0 


1-0 


Penalties-Yards 


6-42 


4-38 


Sacks By- Yards Lost 


1-11 


2-9 


Time of Possession 


3755 


22:05 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING - Maryland Da'Rel Scolt8-89. Lance Ball 18-78-2, Chns Turner 540, Keon 
Laltimore 1 3-34-2, Jordan Steffy 3-8. Cory Jackson 1-3, Team 1-minus 3; NC Stale: Andre 
Brown 3-9 Jamelle Eugene 10-7, Daniel Evans 3-minus 6 

PASSING - Maryland Chns Turner 19-24-0-206, Jordan Sletfy 1-1-0-11, NC Slate 
Daniel Evans 18-29-1-168: Hamson Beck 8-16-0-72, 

RECEIVING - Maryland Damus Heyward-Bey 6-47, Joey Haynos 5-71 Isaiah Williams 
3-52, Keon Lattimore 1-14, Dan Gronkowski 1-11, Kevin Gresham 1-11 Cory Jackson 
1-7, Jason Goode 14, Lance Ball 1-0: NC Stale Dan-ell Blackman 5-98. Donald Bowens 
5-57, Marcus Slone 5-26, Jamelle Eugene 5-20, Andre Brown 3-11, John Dunlap 24, 
Jarvis Williams 1-24 

MISSED FIELD GOALS -None 

TACKLES - Maryland Dave Philislin 7-3-10, Enn Henderson 3-3«. Moise fokou 24-6, 
Anthony Wiseman 4-04, Isaiah Gardner 4-04. NC Stale Jeremy Gray 7-2-9. Nate Irving 
4-5-9, Ernest Jones 1-8-9, DeMano Pressley 44-8. Ray Michel 4-3-7 

An • 54,856 WEATHER ■ 45 degrees, clear 




Emerald Bowl • Game 13 

Oregon State 21 

Maryland 14 



AT&T Park 

San Francisco, Calif. 



Dec. 28, 2007 



SAN FRANCISCO •- Chris Turner threw for 205 yards and a pair 
of touchdowns, including a 63-yarder to Damus Heyward-Bey, but 
Oregon State used 275 yards on the ground to earn a 21-14 victory 
over Maryland in the 2007 Emerald Bowl played at AT&T Park. 

Yvenson Bernard rushed for 1 77 yards and a touchdown in his final 
college game, leading the ground attack in a rain-soaked game. 

James Rodgers rushed for 115 yards, caught an early TD pass 
and recovered Bernard's fumble for the second half s only score as the 
Beavers (9-4) won their fourth consecutive bowl game 

Turner hit Isaiah Williams and Darrius Heyward-Bey with first- 
quarter TD passes, but the Terrapins (6-7) stalled in the second half. 

Oregon State finished with seven victories in its last eight games 
by surviving the unique challenges of the Emerald Bowl, where 
both teams stand on the same sideline at the San Francisco Giants' 
waterfront ballpark 

The game was just Maryland's second in California in the program's 
115-year history, and the Terps' first meeting with a Pac-10 team since 
the 1982 Aloha Bowl They didn't seem bothered by the cross country 
trip, and Oregon State's defense deserved the credit for Maryland's 
struggles in the Beavers' first game against the ACC since 1942. 

Maryland opened the game with an impressive 11 -play, 80-yard 
scoring drive capped by Williams' 9-yard TD catch Turner went 6-of-7 
on the drive, with Williams dropping his only incompletion. 

Moevao was hurt on the Beavers' third play by blitzing linebacker 
Moise Fokou Canfield took over and finished a TD drive, hitting 
Rodgers with a scoring pass before Moevao returned for the rest of the 
quarter 

But Turner hit Heyward-Bey in stride for a 63-yard TD pass down 
the sideline later in the first quarter, the second-longest scoring play 
in Maryland bowl history. Turner also threw two interceptions in the 
second quarter, and Bernard tied it at 14 with a 2-yard TD run 16 
seconds before halftime 





1ST 


2ND 


3RD 


4TH 


FINAL 


MARYLAND (6-7) 


14 











14 


Oregon State (9-4) 


7 


7 


7 





21 



First Quarter 

MD - Isaiah Williams 9 pass Ir Chns Turner (Obi Egekeze kick), 10:21 
OS - James Rodgers 14 pass ft Sean Canfield (Alexis Serna kick), 638 
MD - Darnus Heyward-Bey 63 pass ft Chns Turner (Egekeze kick), 1 00 

Second Quarter 

OS - Yvenson Bernard 2 run (Serna kick), 0:16 

Third Quarter 

OS - James Rodgers, (umble recovery in end zone (Sema kick). 0:10 





MD 


OS 


First Downs 


11 


24 


Rushes-Yards 


25-19 


54-275 


Comp-Atl-Int 


17-29-2 


13-23-1 


Passing Yards 


205 


103 


Relum Yards 


61 


162 


Punts-Average 


? i;.. 


5-32.2 


F imbles4jos1 


1-0 


3-2 


Penalties-Yards 


7-57 


7-54 


Sacks By-Yards Losl 


5-23 


2-19 


t :tip ol PossessK n 


26:47 


33:13 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 

RUSHING ■ Maryland Keon Laltimore 7-16. Emani Lee-Odai 1-11. Lance Ball 10-5 
DaRel Scott 1-0, Team 1-minus 1. Chns Turner 5-minus 12: Oregon Slate Yvenson 
Bernard 38-177-1 James Rodgers 10-115-1 Matt Sieverson 1-0, Lyle Moevao 2-mmus 
4, Sean Canfield 3-mmus 13 

PASSING - Maryland Chris Turner 1 7-29-2-205-2: Oregon State Sean Canfield 
8-14-1-68-1. Lyle Moevao 5-9*40 

RECEIVING • Maryland Damus Heyward-Bey 3-99-1 Isaiah Williams 3-39-1. Joey 
Haynos 3-31, Jason Goode 3-15, Lance Ball 3-10, Keon Laltimore 1-6, Emani Lee-Odai 
1-5. Oregon Stale James Rodgers 5-40-1, Shane Morales 3-21, Chns Johnson 2-19, 
Brady Camp 1-12, Darrell Catchings 1-12, Brandon Powers 14 

MISSED FIELD GOALS - Maryland Obi Egekeze 32; Oregon Slate Alexis Sema 
48 

TACKLES ■ Maryland J.J Justice 9-4-13, Erin Henderson 5-6-11. Trey Covinglon 
8-1-9. Isaiah Gardner 3-5-8, Moise Fokou 7-0-7; Oregon Stale Demck Doggett 7-1-8. 
Tim Clark 5-0-5 Donan Smith 3-2-5, Joey LaRoogue 4-0-4, Alan Darlin 3-1-4 

An - 32,517 WEATHER - 47 degrees, ram 



2008 Travel 
Itinerary 

Middle Tennessee 
State 

Depart College Park: 

FrL, September 5 
Headquarters: 

Marriott Nashville Airport Hotel 
600 Marriott Drive 
Nashville, TN 37214 
615-872-2911 

Clemson 

Depart College Park: 

Fri., September 26 
Headquarters: 
Marriott Greenville 
One Parkway East 
Greenville, SC 29615 
864-679-1121 

Virginia 

Depart College Park: 

Fri., October 3 
Headquarters: 

Doubletree Charlottesville 
990 Hilton Heights Road 
Charlottesville, VA 22901 
434-964-4471 

Virginia Tech 

Depart College Park: 

Wed.. November 5 
Headquarters: 

Roanoke Plaza Hotel 
2801 Hershberger Road 
Roanoke, VA 24017 
540-561-7903 

Boston College 

Depart College Park: 

Fri., November 28 

Headquarters: 

The Westin Waltham - Boston 

70 Third Avenue 

Waltham, MA 02451 

781-290-5624 



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The Atlantic Coast Conferenc 




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 

56th 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 

108 national championships, including 57 in women's competition and 

51 in men's. In addition, NCAA individual titles have gone to ACC student-athletes 143 times in 

men's competition and 91 times in women's action. 

The conference had an immediate impact on the national college football scene in the fall of 
1 953 when the University of Maryland captured the first of what would eventually be five national 
football titles for the ACC. Clemson laid claim to the league's second national title in 1981 while 
Georgia Tech followed suit in 1990. Florida State pocketed national titles No. 4 and 5 in 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 sportswnters and coaches polls, while in 1991 Miami (AP) shared the national title with 
Washington (coaches). 

This past season 1 ACC players earned first team All-America recognition, while nine others 
garnered second or third team honors. The 12 institutions that take to the field this fall under the 
ACC banner have produced 533 first or second team gridiron All-Americans and 73 first team 
academic All-Americans 

Led by Virginia defensive end Chris Long, the second overall selection by the St. Louis Rams 
and Boston College quarterback Matt Ryan, the third overall pick by the Atlanta Falcons, the 
ACC achieved a first for any conference in the NFL Draft, having two of the top four players 
selected in each of the past three seasons. Over the past three years, the ACC has had more 
players selected in the NFL Draft (115) than any other conference and, in that time, has had 
more players taken in the first round of the NFL Draft (25) than any other intercollegiate league. 
In 2006. the ACC set NFL draft records with 12 first-round selections and 51 players drafted 
overall. 

Long, who was the first defensive player chosen in the draft, became the third straight ACC 
player to achieve that feat joining NC State's Mario Williams, the top overall selection in the 2006 
NFL Draft, and Clemson defensive end Gaines Adams, who was the fourth overall pick in the 
2007 Draft, as the first defensive players chosen. No other league has ever had the top defender 
chosen in the draft for three consecutive years. The ACC also had the most first-round selections 
in this past year with seven. 

The 12 current ACC schools have had 2.157 players selected in the annual professional 
football draft, including 217 first round selections. 

If success is best measured in terms of wins and losses, then the ACC over the years has 
proven 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 145-129-5 (.529) in post 
season play. 

In 2002, the ACC set an NCAA record when seven of its nine teams (78%) received bowl 
bids, and the ACC eight teams earn bowl invitations in each of the past three years, a feat 
matched by only one other conference 

The ACC features four of the Top 12 winningest bowl programs in the nation in Boston 
College, Georgia Tech. Florida State and Miami. The ACC also has the most successful bowl 
team (among teams with 15 or more bowl appearances) in the country in terms of winning 
percentage in Bowl games in Boston College. The Eagles, who currently have a nation's best 
eight-game winning streak in Bowl Games, are 13-6 with a 684 winning percentage. Georgia 
Tech (6th, 22-14, .611), Florida State (7th, 22-14-2, .605), and Miami (12th. 19-14, .576) all rank 
among the nation's elite in terms of bowl winning percentage. 

In 2007, the ACC exceeded 4.1 million fans (4,141 540) for the second straight year and 
recorded its second-highest per game average in its history, and highest since 2004. drawing 
an average of 53,786 fans. In 2006, in eight more home games the Conference had recorded 
an all-time high in attendance, as ACC teams drew 4.485,625 fans, breaking the existing record 
of 3,835,260 set in 2005. 



ACC 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 


Phone 


336-851-6062 


Media Relations Fax 


336-854-8797 


336-547-6261 


Administrative Fax 


336-316-6097 


E-Mail 


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ACC Media Relations Staff _ 

[.Ike F'nn 
Brian Morrison 



Lindsey Rogers 



Kristie Le 



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Associate Commissioner 
Assoc iate Commissioner 

Associate Director 

Assistant Director 

Administrative Assistant 



2007-08 in Review 

The 2007-08 academic year saw league teams capturing three national team titles and 9 
individual NCAA crowns. In all, the ACC has won 42 national team titles over the last 12 years. 
The ACC has won two or more NCAA titles in 26 of the past 28 years. 

A total of 140 ACC teams placed in NCAA post-season competition in 2007-08. League 
teams compiled a 119-69 (.633) mark against non-conference opponents in NCAAchampionship 
competition. In addition, the ACC had 1 51 student-athletes earn first team All-America honors this 
past year Overall, the league had 255 first, second or third team All-Americans. In addition, the 
ACC produced 10 national Players of the Year and four national Coach of the Year honorees. 

2007-08 National Championships 



Competitive Cheer Maryland 

Ice Hockey Boston College 



Field Hockey UNC 

Men's Soccer UNC 

The Championships 

The conference will conduct championship competition in 25 sports during the 2008-09 
academic year - 12 for men and 13 for women. 

The first ACC championship was held in swimming on February 25, 1954. The conference 
did not conduct championships in cross country, wrestling or tennis during the first year 

The 12 sports for men include football, cross country, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor 
and outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf and lacrosse. Fencing, which was started in 
1971, was discontinued in 1981. 

Women's sports were initiated in 1977 with the first championship meet being held in tennis 
at Wake Forest University. Championships for women are currently conducted in cross country, 
field hockey, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, tennis, golf, lacrosse. 
Softball and rowing, while volleyball determines its champion in regular season play 

A History 

The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded on May 8, 1953, at the Sedgefield Inn near 
Greensboro, NC, with seven charter members - Clemson, Duke. Maryland. North Carolina. 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 the morning 
of May 8. 1953. during the Southern Conference's annual spring meeting. On June 14, 1953, the 
seven members met in Raleigh, NC. where a set of bylaws was adopted and the name became 
officially the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

Suggestions from fans for the name of the new conference appeared in the region's 
newspapers prior to the meeting in Raleigh. Some of the names suggested were: Dixie, Mid 
South. Mid Atlantic. East Coast, Seaboard, Colonial, Tobacco, Blue-Gray. Piedmont, Southern 
Seven and the Shoreline. 

Duke's Eddie Cameron recommended that the name of the conference be the Atlantic 
Coast Conference, and the motion was passed unanimously. The meeting concluded with each 
member institution assessed $200.00 to pay for conference expenses. 

On December 4, 1953. conference officials met again at Sedgefield and officially admitted 
the Virginia as the league's eighth member. The first, and only, withdrawal of a school from the 
ACC came on June 30. 1971, when South Carolina tendered its resignation. 

The ACC operated with seven members until April 3, 1978, when the Georgia Tech was 
admitted. The Atlanta school had withdrawn from the Southeastern Conference in January of 
1964. 

The ACC expanded to nine members on July 1 , 1 991 , with the addition of Florida State. The 
conference expanded to 11 members on July 1. 2004, with the addition of Miami and Virginia 
Tech On October 17, 2003, Boston College accepted an invitation to become the league's 12th 
member starting July 1 . 2005. 



OTB A 

IA S IRUITING 



2007 ACC Review 



5 ACC Standings 



Atlantic Division 
Boston College 
Clemson 
Wake Forest 
Florida State 
Maryland 
NC State 



ACC Games 
W L 


For 


Opp 


Hm 


Rd 


Overa 

W 


1 

L 


6 2 


213 


165 


3-1 


3-1 


11 


3 


5 3 


230 


149 


2-2 


3-1 


9 


4 


5 3 


225 


208 


4-0 


1-3 


9 


4 


4 4 


192 


174 


3-1 


1-3 


7 


6 


3 5 


194 


180 


2-2 


1-3 


6 


7 


3 5 


144 


248 


2-2 


1-3 


5 


7 



For 

396 
430 
362 
303 
313 



Opp 


Hm 


Rd 


Nu 


vs. Div. 


285 


6-1 


4-1 


1-1 


3-2 


243 


5-2 


4-1 


0-1 


4-1 



289 5-1 

298 4-1 

280 3-3 



249 



339 



34 



3-3 
2-4 
3-3 
2-3 



1-0 
1-1 
0-1 



3-2 



3-2 
2-3 



0-0 



0-5 



Streak 
Won1 
Lost 1 
Won 3 
Los! 2 
Lost 1 
Lost 2 



Coastal Division 


W 

7 


L 


For 


Opp 


Hm 


Rd 


W 


L 


For 


Opp 


Hm 


Rd 


Nu 


vs. Div. 


Streak 


Virginia Tech 


1 


255 


120 


3-1 


4-0 


11 


3 


402 


225 


6-1 


4-1 


1-1 


5-0 


Lost 1 


Virginia 


6 


2 


202 


151 


3-1 


3-1 


9 


4 


317 


356 


5-1 


4-2 


0-1 


4-1 


Lost 2 


Georgia Tech 


4 


4 


160 


173 


2-2 


2-2 


7 


6 


341 


271 


4-3 


3-2 


0-1 


3-2 


Lost 2 


North Carolina 


3 


5 


161 


188 


3-1 


0-4 


4 


8 


254 


294 


4-2 


0-6 


0-0 


2-3 


Won1 


Miami 


2 


6 


146 


232 


1-3 


1-3 


5 


7 


247 


312 


4-3 


1-4 


0-0 


1-4 


Lost 4 


Duke 





8 


131 


265 


0-4 


04 


1 


11 


215 


406 


0-6 


1-5 


0-0 


0-5 


Lost 9 



Individual Honors 

Player of the Year: Matt Ryan. QB. Boston College 
Def. Player of the Year: Chns Long, DE, Virginia 
Rookie of the Year: Josh Adams. RB. Wake Forest 
Coach of the Year: Al Groh. Virginia 
Bnan Piccolo Award: Matt Robinson. DE. Wake Forest 
Jacobs Blocking Trophy: Steve Justice. C. WF 



^ Jim Tatum Award: Tom Santi, TE. Virginia 

Bowl Results 

Champs Sports: Boston College 24. Michigan St. 21 
^ Emerald: Oregon State 21. Maryland 14 

Memeke Car Care: Wake Forest 24. Connecticut 10 
^ Roady's Humanitarian: Fresno St 40. Georgia Tech 28 
m Gaylord Music City: Kentucky 35. Flonda State 28 

Chick-fil-A: Auburn 23. Clemson 20 (OTi 
M Konica Minolta Gator: Texas Tech 31. Virginia 28 

FedEx Orange: Kansas 24. Virginia Tech 21 




First Team Offense 

QB Matt Ryan. Sr. Boston Colleqe 


143 


RB 


Tashard Choice. Sr., Georgia Tech 


143 


RB 


James Davis, Jr.. Clemson 


131 


WR 


Aaron Kelly. Jr.. Clemson 


128 


WR 
TE 


Kenny Moore. Sr Wake Forest 
Ryan Purvis, Jr., Boston College 


117 
109 


T 


Barry Richardson, Sr., Clemson 


120 


T 


Andrew Gardner. Jr , Georgia Tech 


85 


G 


Brandon Albert. Jr. Virginia 


105 


G 


Chris McDuffie. Sr Clemson 


100 


C 


Steve Justice. Sr., Wake Forest 


113 


PK 


Travis Bell, Sr, Georgia Tech 


64 


Second Team Offense 

QB Cullen Harper. Jr., Clemson 70 


RB 


Andre Callender. Sr. Boston College 


72 


RB 


Josh Adams, Fr, Wake Forest 


51 


WR 
WR 


Hakeem Nicks, So.. North Carolina 
Eron Riley, Jr.. Duke 


75 

38 


TE 


Tom Santi. Sr., Virginia 


60 



Duane Brown, Sr. Virginia Tech 79 
Gosder Chenlus, Sr, Boston College 64 

Andrew Crummey. Sr, Maryland 86 
RodneyJHudson. Fr. Flonda Stale 

Demck Morse. Sr.. Miami 51(T) 

Kevin Tuminello Sr. Georgia Tech 65 

GaryOsmesia. Sr, Flonda State 40 



Honorable Mention: 

RB Keon Lattimore. Sr., Maryland (25) WR: Brandon 
Robinson. Jr.. Boston College (30). T: Eugene Monroe. 
Jr.. Virginia (46|. G: Kalani Heppe. Sr. NC Stale 21 
PK: Connor Bar*. St, North Carolina (35): Sam Swank. 
Jr.. Wake Fores' 



A 



First Team Defense 

DE Chns Long. Sr , Virginia' 

DE Chns Ellis. Sr. Virginia Tech 

DT Vance Walker, Jr . Georgia Tech 

DT Dre Moore. Sr.. Maryland 

LB Erin Henderson. Jr.. Maryland 

LB Xavier Adibi. Sr . Virginia Tech 

LB Geno Hayes. Jr.. Flonda State 

CB Alphonso Smith. Jr.. Wake Forest 

CB Victor Hams. Jr.. Virginia Tech 



S Jamie Silva. Sr. Boston College 

S Kenny Phillips. Jr., Miami 

P Durant Brooks. Sr. Georgia Tech 
SP Eddie Royal. Sr. Virginia Tech 
'denotes unanimous selection 



Second Team Defense 



DE Hilee Taylor. Sr , North Carolina 

DE DarreH Robertson. St. Georgia Tech 

DT Barry Booker, Sr Virginia Tech 
DT Kentwan Balmer. Sr.. North Carolina 




Keon Lattimore 



LB Durell Mapp. Sr.. North Carolina 

LB Aaro r '.ake Forest 

LB Jolonn Dunbar Sr Boston Colleg e 48(T] 

LB Philip Wheeler Sr Georgia Tec 

CB DeJuanT rib ble.Jr.. B oston C olle ge 77 

CB B randon Flowers. Jr.. Virginia Tec h 73 



S 


Michael Hamlin. Jr.. Clemson 


49 


S 


DaJuan Morqan Jr., NC State 


- : 


p 


Ryan Weiqand. St. Virqinia 


32 


SP 


DarreH Blackman. £ 


44 




Dre Moore 



Honorable Mention: 

DE: Phflp M e tin g . Jr.. Clemson (32): Calais Campbel. 

DT: Ron Brace, Jr.. Boston CoBege (39); DeMario 
Pressley. Sr.. NC State (38): Carton Powell. Sr., Virginia 
Tech (25): Dorell Scott Jr.. Clemson (25). LB: Vmce 
Ha 5t .-.■-- Tech 38). CB: Patrick Robinson. So.. 
Florida S :nip Vaughn. Jr.. Wake Forest 

(45); Jamal Lewis. St. Georgia Tech (25): DJ. Parker, 
St., Virginia Tech (23). P: Graham Gano. Jr.. Florida 
- P Kevin Marion. Sr.. Wake Forest (32); 
C.J. Spier. So., Clemson (27): Brandon Tate. Jr.. North 







2007 Team Statistics 



TOTAL ( 


IFFEN! 

G Rush 


5E 

PassPlavs Yards Avq/P TD Yds/G 


1. Boston Colleqe 


14 


1416 


4535 1081 


5951 


5.5 48 


425.1 


2. Clemson 


13 


2095 


3147 


963 


5242 


5.4 48 


403.2 


3. Georqia Tech 


13 


2591 


24i: 


911 


5004 


5.5 38 


384 9 


4. Florida Slate 


13 


1657 


314: 


912 


4800 


5 :- 27 


369.2 


5. Maryland 


13 


1787 


2644 


878 


4431 


5.0 37 


340.8 


6. Wake Forest 


13 


1862 


2562 


942 


4425 


47 34 


346 4 


7. NC State 


12 


1071 


2946 


857 


4019 


4.7 26 


334.9 


8. Virqinla Tech 


14 


1871 


2756 


939 


4627 


4 9 39 


330.5 


9. Virqinia 


13 


1763 


2532 


918 


4295 


4.7 36 


330.4 


10. North Carolina 


12 


1190 


2714 


770 


3904 


5.1 26 


325.3 


11. Miami 


12 


1747 


2034 


779 


3781 


4.9 29 


315.1 


12. Duke 


12 


768 


2485 


759 


3253 


4.3 27 


271.1 


Rushing Offense 

G Att 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 


Yds/G 


1. Georqia Tech 


13 


548 


2591 


4.7 


28 


199.3 


2. Clemson 


13 


508 


2095 


4.1 


18 


161.2 


3. Miami 


12 


478 


1747 


3.7 


13 


145.6 


4. Wake Forest 


13 


550 


1862 


3.4 


21 


143.2 


5. Maryland 


13 


532 


1787 


3.4 


28 


137.5 


6. Virqinia 


13 


490 


1763 


3.6 


22 


135.6 


7. Virqinia Tech 


14 


560 


1871 


3.3 


22 


133.6 


8. Florida State 


13 


446 


1657 


3.7 


12 


127.5 


9. Boston Colleqe 


14 


422 


1416 


34 


17 


101.1 


' : North Carolina 


12 


402 


1190 


3.0 


11 


99.2 


11. NC Slate 


12 


355 


1071 


3.0 


12 


892 


12. Duke 


12 


376 


768 


2.0 


6 


64.0 


Pass Offense 

G Att 


3 nip 


nt Pet Yds 


Avq TD Yds/G 


1. Boston Colleqe 


14 


659 


390 


19 59.2 4535 


6.9 31 


323.9 


2. NC State 


•: 


502 


281 


23 560 2948 


5.9 14 


245.7 


3. Clemson 


13 


455 


295 


6 64.8 3147 


69 30 


242.1 


4. Florida State 


13 


46, 


256 


10 54.9 3143 


6.7 15 


2418 


5. North Carolina 


12 


368 


220 


19 59.8 2714 


7.4 15 


226 2 


6. Duke 


12 


383 


210 


It \~'- 2485 


6.5 21 

7.6 9 


207.1 


7. Maryland 


13 


346 


223 


11 64 5 2644 


203 4 


8. Wake Forest 


13 


392 


279 


16 71.2 2563 


6.5 13 


197.2 


9. Virqinia Tech 


■i 


379 


219 


10 57.8 2756 


7.3 17 


196.9 


10. Virqinia 


13 


428 


250 


10 584 2532 


5.9 14 


194.8 


11. Georqia Tech 


13 


363 


179 


12 49.3 2413 


6.6 10 


185.6 


12. Miami 


12 


301 


161 


20 53.5 2034 


6.8 16 


169.5 


Scoring 


Offense 

G TD XP 2XP 


DXP 


FG Saf Pts 


Avg 


1. Clemson 


13 51 


50 


1 


1 


22 


2 430 


33.1 


2 Virqinia Tech 


14 48 


45 


1 


1 


21 


1 402 


28.7 


3. Boston Colleqe 


14 52 


46 


1 





12 


396 


283 


4 Wake Forest 


13 44 


44 








18 


362 


27.8 


5. Georqia Tech 


13 39 


38 








23 


341 


26 2 


6. Virqinia 


13 38 


35 








16 


3 317 


24.4 


7. Maryland 


13 37 


36 


1 





17 


1 313 


24.1 


8 Florida State 


13 32 


28 








27 


1 303 


23 3 


9. North Carolina 12 29 


21 


1 





19 


254 


21.2 


10. NC Stale 


12 29 


25 


' 





16 


249 


20 8 


11 Miami 


12 30 


28 








13 


247 


20.6 


12 Dukp 


12 29 


20 


4 





3 


2 215 


17.9 


Pass Efficiency 

G Att Cmp 


Pet 


Int Yds TD 


Effic 


1 Clemson 


13 


455 


295 


648 


6 3147 30 


142 1 


2. Maryland 


13 


346 


223 


.645 


11 2644 9 


130.9 


3 Wake Forest 


13 


392 


279 


712 


16 2563 13 


128 9 


4 Virginia Tech 




379 


219 


578 


10 2756 17 


128 4 


5 Boston College 


14 


659 


390 


592 


19 4535 31 


126 7 


6 North Carolina 


12 


368 


220 




19 2714 15 


124 9 


7 Duke 


12 


383 


210 


548 


: j 5 2i 


1222 


la State 


13 


466 


256 


549 


143 15 


1179 


9 Miami 


12 


301 


161 


535 


20 2034 16 


1145 


10 Virginia 


13 


428 


250 


584 


10 2532 14 


1142 


1 1 Georgia Tech 


'3 


363 


179 


493 


12 2413 10 


107 6 


■ate 




502 


28' 


560 


23 2948 14 


105.3 



KICKOFF RETURNS 

G Ret Yds 


TD 


Avg 


1 Clemson 


13 


44 


1052 


2 


23.9 


2. Wake Forest 


13 


51 


1195 


1 


23.4 


3. Georqia Tech 


13 


49 


1061 





21.7 


4. Duke 


12 


70 


1462 


1 


20.9 


5. NC State 


12 


64 


1331 


1 


20.8 


6. North Carolina 


12 


56 


1139 





20.3 


7. Virqinia 


13 


53 


1048 





19.8 


8. Maryland 


13 


50 


964 





19.3 


9. Miami 


12 


49 


944 





19.3 


10. Boston Colleqe 


14 


49 


942 





19.2 


11 Virqinia Tech 


14 


46 


868 


1 


18.9 


12. Florida State 


13 


49 


918 





18.7 


Total Defense 

G Rush 


3 ass Plys 


Yards 


Avg TD Yds/G 


1 . Virqinia Tech 


14 1213 


2944 96C 


4157 


4.3 24 296.9 


2. Clemson 


13 1538 


2450 877 


3988 


4.5 25 306.8 


3. Boston Colleqe 14 1057 


3554 1010 


4611 


4,6 29 329.4 


4. Georqia Tech 


13 1488 


2807 861 


4295 


5.0 31 330.4 


5 Virqinia 


13 1390 


2932 924 


4322 


4.7 27 332.5 


6. Wake Forest 


13 1422 


3003 955 


4426 


4.6 33 340.4 


7. Miami 


12 1605 


2546 814 


4151 


5.1 32 345.9 


8. North Carolina 


12 1710 


2487 846 


4197 


5.0 32 349.8 


9. Maryland 


13 1915 


2739 885 


4654 


5.3 31 358.0 


10 Florida State 


13 1516 


3190 918 


4706 


5.1 35 362.0 


11. NC State 


12 2237 


2490 916 


4727 


5.2 32 393.9 


12 Duke 


12 2163 


2929 880 


5092 


5.8 45 424.3 


Rushing Defense 

G Rushes Yards 


tog. 


TD Yds/G 


1 Boston Colleqe 


14 


436 


1057 


2.4 


8 75.5 


2. Virqinia Tech 


14 


442 


1213 


27 


14 86.6 


3. Virqinia 


13 


472 


1390 


29 


9 106.9 


4. Wake Forest 


13 


446 


1422 


3.2 


13 109.4 


5. Georqia Tech 


13 


472 


1488 


3.2 


19 114.5 


6. Florida State 


13 


454 


1516 


3.3 


11 116.6 


7. Clemson 


13 


452 


1538 


3.4 


13 118.3 


8. Miami 


12 


469 


1605 


3.4 


17 133.8 


9. North Carolina 


12 


492 


1710 


3.5 


16 142.5 


10. Maryland 


13 


470 


1915 


4.1 


17 147.3 


11. Duke 


1 2 


504 


2163 


4.3 


24 180.2 


12. NC State 


12 


517 


2237 


4.3 


18 186.4 


Pass Defense 

G Att Cmp 


Int Pet 


Yds 


Avg TD Yds/G 


1 . Clemson 


13 425 


247 


16 58.1 


2456 


5.8 12 188.5 


2. North Carolina 


12 354 


221 


11 62.4 


2487 


7.0 16 207.2 


3. NC State 


12 399 


218 


10 54.6 


2490 


6.2 14 207.5 


4. Virqinia Tech 


14 518 


277 


22 53.5 


2944 


5 7 10 210.3 


5. Maryland 


13 415 


249 


13 60 


2739 


66 14 2107 


6. Miami 


12 345 


196 


13 56.8 


:w 


7.4 15 212.2 


7. Georqia Tech 


13 389 


219 


5 56.3 


2807 


7.2 12 215.9 


8. Virqinia 


13 452 


263 


11 58.2 


2932 


6.5 18 225.5 


9 Wake Forest 


13 509 


272 


19 53.4 


3003 


5.9 20 231.0 


■ Duke 


12 376 


242 


11 64.4 


2929 


7 8 2' 244 1 


" Florida Slate 


13 464 


264 


17 56 9 


3190 


69 24 2454 


12 Boston College 


14 574 


332 


25 57.8 


3554 


6.2 21 253.9 


Scoring 


Defense 

G TD XP 2XP DXP 


FG 


Saf Pts Avg 


1 Virginia Tech 




23 


1 


12 


1 225 161 


2 Clemson 


13 29 


25 





14 


1 243 18 7 


3 Virginia 


13 27 


24 


1 


22 


1 256 19.7 


4 Boston College 


14 35 


33 


2 1 


12 


285 20.4 


5 Georgia Tech 


13 33 


29 


1 


14 


271 20 3 


6. Maryland 


13 34 


32 





14 


1 280 215 


7 Wake Forest 


13 35 


31 


2 


14 


1 289 22 2 


8 Flonda State 


13 38 


33 


1 


11 


1 298 22 9 


9 North Carolina 12 34 


33 





19 


294 24 5 


10 Miami 


12 35 


33 





23 


312 26 


11 NC Stale 


12 37 


16 


1 


26 


1 339 282 


12 Duke 


12 46 


42 


2 


20 


2 398 33.2 



PASS DEF EFFICIENCY 

G Att Cmp Int Pet. 


Yds TD 


Effic 


1 . Virqinia Tech 


14 


518 


277 22 


53.5 


2944 


1 I 


991 


2. Clemson 


13 


425 


247 'r 


58.1 


.456' 


12 


108.3 


? Wake forest 


13 


509 


272 19 


53.4 


3003 


2 


108.5 


4. Boston Colleqe 


14 


574 


332 25 


57.8 


3554 


21 


1132 


5. NC State 


12 


399 


218 10 


54.6 2490 


'4 


113 6 


6. Maryland 


13 


415 


249 13 


60.0 


2739 


14 


120 3 


7. Virqinia 


13 


452 


263 11 


58.2 


2932 


18 


120.9 


8. Florida State 


13 


4n4 


264 17 


56.9 


3190 


24 


124.4 


9 Georqia Tech 


13 


389 


219 5 


56.3 2807 


12 


124.5 


10. Miami 


12 


345 


'96 '3 


56.8 


2546 


15 


125.6 


11. North Carolina 


12 


354 


221 11 


'24 


2487 


16 


130.1 


•2 Duke 


12 


376 


242 11 


64.4 


2929 


21 


1424 


Punt Return 

G 


Average 

Ret Yds 


TD 


Avg 






1 Virqinia Tech 


14 


42 


659 


3 


15.7 






2. NC State 


12 


27 


357 


1 


13.2 






3. Flonda State 


13 


33 


359 





10.9 






4. Wake Forest 


13 


34 


355 


1 


10.4 






5. Georqia Tech 


13 


44 


4 3d 





9.9 






6. North Carolina 


12 


29 


284 


1 


9.8 






7. Clemson 


13 


33 


309 


1 


9.4 






8. Virqinia 


13 


28 


252 





9.0 






9 Miami 


12 


22 


182 





8.3 






10. Maryland 


13 


26 


184 





7.1 






11 Duke 


12 


17 


118 





6.9 






12. Boston Colleqe 


14 


19 


118 





6.2 






First Downs 

G 


Rush 


Pass 


Pen 


Total 






1 Boston Colleqe 


14 


94 


211 


23 


328 






2. Clemson 


'3 


123 


■-64 


16 


293 






3. Georqia Tech 


13 


132 


115 


14 


261 






4. Virqinia 


13 


109 


125 


15 


249 






5. Wake Forest 


13 


109 


120 


16 


245 






6. Virqinia Tech 


14 


98 


126 


14 


238 






7. Maryland 


13 


105 


120 


10 


235 






8. Florida State 


13 


85 


132 


17 


234 






9. NC State 


12 


63 


140 


17 


220 






10 North Carolina 


12 


72 


116 


13 


201 






11 Miami 


12 


90 


85 


15 


190 






12. Duke 


12 


61 


88 


23 


172 






3rd-Down Conversions 

G Conv Att Pet 


1 . Clemson 


13 


82 


195 


43' 








2. Boston Colleqe 


'4 


91 


217 


41.9 








3. Virqinia 


13 


83 


203 


40.9 








4. Wake Forest 


13 


85 


213 


39.9 








5 Maryland 


13 


76 


191 


39 8 








6. Georqia Tech 


13 


72 


189 


38 1 








7. NC State 


12 


71 


■95 


36.4 








8. Virqinia Tech 


14 


77 


213 


36.2 








9. Florida State 


13 


64 


199 


32.2 








10 Duke 


12 


57 


180 


31.7 








11 Miami 


12 


51 


167 


30 5 








12 North Carolina 


12 


48 


164 


29 3 








Sacks By 


G 


Sacks 


Yards 










1 Georgia Tech 


13 


47 


302 










Virginia Tech 


14 


47 


308 










3 Virginia 


13 


43 


291 










4 North Carolina 


12 


34 


232 










Boston College 


14 


34 


217 










6. Miami 


12 


31 


191 










7 Wake Foresl 


13 


29 


217 










Flonda State 


13 


29 


178 










9. Maryland 


13 


28 


187 










10 Clemson 


13 


27 


160 










NC State 


12 


27 












12 Duke 


12 


25 


160 











2 



200S FOOTBALL 
MEDIA & RECRUITING GUIDE 



■■■■■■■ 



■ i ill ■ '■■ - 

2007 Individual Statistics 



Rushing/Game 





G 


Alt 


Yds 


Avg 


TD 


Long 


Yds/G 




1 Tashard Choice, GTSr 




261 


1379 




10 


73 


'14 • 




2 James Dans, CU. Jt 


13 


214 


1064 


50 


10 


70 


818 




3 JosfiAdams.WF Fr 




219 


953 


a 


11 


83 


79 4 




4 Branden Ore. VT Jr 


H 


267 


992 


37 


9 


34 


70 9 




5 Andre Callender BC.Sr 


14 

12 


218 


989 


45 


9 


69 


70 6 




6 Anlone Sm.!h FS Jr 


191 


817 


43 


3 


59 


681 




7 Kton Lattimore, MO. Sr 


12 


213 


805 


3.8 


13 


42 


67.1 




8 Graig Cooper UM Fr 


'■ 


'25 


682 


55 




56 


62 




9 C J Sc*r CU So 


13 


145 


768 


53 


3 


83 


59 1 




Lance Ball. MO. Sr 


13 


182 


768 


42 


12 


32 


59.1 




Passing Average/Game 

G Alt Cmp 


Inl 


Pet. 


Yds 


TD 


Avg/G 


' Ryan BC Sr 


M 


654 


388 


19 


59 3 


4507 


31 


3219 


- Harper CU Jr 




433 


282 


6 


651 


2991 


27 


230 1 


■ 


12 


365 


218 


18 


59 7 


2655 


14 


2212 


4 Thaddeus Lews DU So 


12 


360 


199 


10 


55 3 


2430 


21 


202 5 


rVF So 


■■ 


326 


236 


13 


72.4 




12 


.'..4 


6 Drew VYeatherfon], FS J' 


■■ 


318 


181 


3 


569 




9 


186 3 


7 Chns Turner. MD. So. 


11 


241 


153 


7 


635 


1958 


7 


178.0 


rVnqhl UM Sr 


10 


241 


141 


14 


58 5 


1747 


12 


I 


■ Evans ST Jr 


12 


339 


194 


13 


57.2 


2030 


12 


163 2 


10 Jameei Seweil VA So 


13 


J64 


214 


9 


58 6 




12 


1674 



Pass Efficiency 

^ G 





G 


An 


Cmp 


Int 


Pet. 


Yds 


TD 


Eff 




13 


433 


:s: 


6 


651 




- 


141 


• 


13 


235 


143 


S 


60.9 


1796 






3 Chns Turner. MO. So 


11 


241 


153 


7 


63 5 


1958 


7 


135.5 


rVF So 


11 


326 


236 


13 


72.4 




12 


1354 




■4 


654 


3-56 


19 


59 3 




31 


127.0 


6 Thaddeus Le*. s 




360 


199 


10 


55.3 




21 


i; c - 




10 


241 


141 


14 


585 


1747 


12 




'. 


12 


365 


218 


18 


59 7 




14 


123 6 


rfordFS.Jr 


•■ 


318 


181 


3 


56.9 


2049 


9 


118.5 


10 jar-v- 


13 


364 




9 


58.6 




12 


114.9 


Receptions/G 


ame 

G 


Rec 


Yds 


TD 


Long 


Avg.'C 


RecG 







■4 








66 




5.43 


■ 




50 


700 


3 


60 


14.0 


5.00 




12 


52 


582 


4 


51 


11.2 


4.33 




13 


49 




4 


55 


14.0 


3.77 






45 













ha enger BC Jr 




47 


543 


5 


30 


11.6 






12 


43 


491 


5 


48 


11.4 


3.58 


- 


11 


39 


660 


4 


83 


16.9 


3.55 


9 D HeywardBey. MD Fr 


13 


45 


694 


5 


96 


15.4 


3.46 




'■ 




439 


1 




11.9 


3.36 


Receiving Yards/Game 

G Rec Yds 


TD 


Long 


Avg/C 


Yds'G 




13 


98 


1011 


5 


- 


10.3 




CU.Jr. 


13 




1081 


11 






6.77 




12 


74 


95* 


5 


53 


12.9 


6.17 


2atender. BC.Sr. 


- 


76 


720 


4 


52 


9.5 


5.43 


5 Presr: 


13 


62 


791 


3 


58 


12.8 


4.77 


6 Jomar Wright DuSr 


12 


56 


599 


5 


65 


10.7 


4.67 


CU.Jr. 




60 


653 


4 


49 


10.9 


4.62 




14 


64 


931 


7 


68 


14.5 


4.57 


9 Brandon Robnson. BC. Jr 


13 


56 


793 


5 


46 


142 


4.31 




13 


54 


758 


5 


70 


14.0 


4.15 


All Purpose 


G 


Rush 


Rev 


PR 


KB 


Yds 


Avg/G 


1 Brandon Tate. NC.jr 


12 


131 


479 




939 


' T 6: 


147.1 


2 Kenneth Moo-, 


13 




1011 


355 




• ;; 4 


142.6 


3. Darrel Blackr- 


12 




593 


322 


697 


1624 


135.3 


4 C.J Spier. CU. So. 


13 


768 


271 


137 


547 


1723 


132.5 


5 Andre Cater.:- 


14 


989 


720 





117 


1826 


130.4 


6 Tashard Cho:- 


12 




107 








1486 


123.8 


7. Preston Palter. FS So 


13 


270 


791 


328 


124 


1513 


1164 


8 Edrfc Royal. VTSr. 




112 


496 


455 


316 


1379 


106.1 


9 Aaron Kery CU. Jr 


13 





•:.=• 


8 


115 


1204 


926 


10. Josh Adams. WF.Fr 


12 


953 


123 








1076 


:i~ 



Punting 


G 


Punt 


Yds 


Long 


Avg 






1 Ryan Weigand, VA Sr 


13 


52 






452 






2 Duranl Brooks. GT 






2929 


77 








3 Graham Gano, FS, Jr 






2563 


64 


48,4 






4 Jimmy Maners CU Jr 


13 


55 


2354 




42 8 






5 Brent Bowden, VT So 


14 


88 


3742 




42 5 






6 Terence Brown NC, So 




64 


2650 




414 






7. Travis BalU MD Fr 


13 


68 


2782 


65 


409 






8 Johnny Ayers. BC.Sr 




75 












'i Mall Bosher UM Fr 


12 


58 


2329 










10 Sam Swank »VF Jr 




76 




66 








Total Offense 


G 


Rush 


Pass 


Plays 


Total 


Yds/G 




1 Matt Ryan BC Sr 


14 


2 






4509 






en Harper CU Jr 


' 




2991 






223 2 




' 




-123 


2655 










4 Riley Skinner WF So 


11 


31 


21 34 


387 


2235 






5 Drew Wealherford FS . ; r 


11 




2-A'i 










■ T haddeus Lewis, DU So 


12 


-148 












,ameel Sewell, VA So 


13 


279 


2176 




2455 


188 8 




« KyleWnght UM Sr 






fly 


228 








9 Chris Turner. MD. So 


11 


•28 


1958 


265 


1932 


175 6 




Taylor Bennett GT 


' 


' 


' 




II 




Scoring 


G 


TD 


XPT 


FG 


2XP 


Pts PtsG 




1. MarkBuchholz C 


13 





48 


22 




114 8J3 




2. GaryCismesia F8 


13 





28 


27 





109 8.4 




3 Travis Bell GT Sr 


13 





37 


23 









4 Jud Dunlevy VT S' 


14 





45 


21 




108 




5. Sar 


13 





44 


16 




96 7 5 




6. Obi EgekMe. MD. Jr 


13 





36 


17 





87 67 




7. Connor Barlh NC Sr 


12 







19 





6.5 




Keon Lattimore. MD, Sr. 


12 


13 











78 6.5 






13 







16 




83 6.4 




■ 


12 


o 


25 







73 




Kick Return Average 

G Ret 


Yds 


TD 


Long 


Avg 




i Kevin U 


13 


28 


876 


• 










13 


19 


547 




90 


28.8 




3. Jabari Marshal. DU. Jr. 


12 


38 




' 


94 


24.6 




4 Brandon Ta'e NC * 




39 


939 





- 


24.1 




■ 




30 


697 


1 


99 


232 




Donald Bowens. ST. So. 


12 


20 


431 





37 


215 




7. Andrew Peamian, VA, Jr. 


12 


29 


618 





67 


21.0 




8. Jamaal Evans. GT. So. 


11 


25 


519 





48 


20.8 




9. RyanH* . 


11 


21 


428 





47 


204 




10. Michael Ray Garvin. FS, Jr 


13 


35 


697 





52 


199 




PUNT RETURN AVG 

G Ret 


Yds 


TD 


Long 


Avg 




1 






455 


2 


82 


- 




Darrel Bladonan. ST. Sr. 


12 


26 


322 





57 


124 




3. Preston Parker. FS. So. 


13 


31 


328 





44 


10.6 




4. Kennelh Moore. YVF. Sr 


13 


34 


355 


1 


55 


10.4 




5. We Hal. VA So 


13 


23 


::: 





67 


10.0 




6. Brandon Tate. NC. Jr. 


12 


23 


216 


1 


58 


9.4 




7 Tyler Evans 


12 


34 


315 





25 


93 




8. C.J. Safer. CU. So. 


13 


16 


137 





38 


8.6 




9. LeonWriqht.DU.So 


12 


15 


85 





26 


5.7 




10 GragCooc-e 


11 


16 


76 





16 


4.8 




Interceptions 


G 


Int 


Yds 


TD 


Long 


IrnYG 




' 4,5honsoSmilh,WF,Jr. 


13 


8 


166 


3 


100 


0.62 




2 Jamie Siva. BC.Sr 


14 


8 


147 


1 


65 


057 




; 5lriaRct»nson.FS.So 


12 


6 


87 





32 


: -:■: 




4 DeJuanTrtole. BC.Sr 


11 


4 


42 





29 


.:i 




:-3ndon Flowers. VT. Jr. 


14 


5 


93 


1 


- 


036 




Victor Harris. VT.Jr 


14 


5 


61 


1 


44 


036 




7 Aaron Curry. WF.Jr. 


13 


4 


226 


3 


84 


031 




Kevin Barnes. MO. Jr. 


13 


4 


55 





28 


031 




Tony Carter. FS. Jr 


13 


4 


44 


1 


24 


031 




Chris Chancetor CU. So 


13 


4 


12 





12 


031 





TACKLES 





G 


Pos 


Solo 


Ast 


Total 


Avg/G 


Sack 


1. Erin Henderson, MD, Jr. 


12 


LB 


59 


74 


133 


11.1 


1.0 


2 Dureil Mapp NC Sr 


12 


LB 


82 


50 


132 


11.0 


3.0 


3 Michael Tauilnli. DU Jr 


11 


LB 


53 


55 


1 08 


9.8 


4.0 


4. Dave Philistin, MD, Jr. 


13 


LB 


54 


70 


124 


9.5 


0.0 


5. Vincent Rev, DU, So. 


12 


LB 


49 


62 


111 


9.2 


2.5 


6 Jamie Silva, BC. Sr. 


14 




32 


43 


125 


8.9 


15 


7. Jon Copper, VA, Jr. 


13 


LB 


56 


53 


109 


8.4 


3.0 


8 Tavares Gooden, UM, Sr 


12 


LB 


60 


40 


100 


8.3 


0.0 


Nick Watkms. CU, Sr 


12 




61 


39 


100 


8.3 


1.0 


10. XavierAdibi.VT.Sr 


14 


LB 


55 


60 


115 


82 


30 


11. Daiuan Morqan, ST, Jr 


12 


DB 


73 


24 


97 


8.1 


0.0 


12 Chip Vauqhn. WF, Jr. 


13 




66 


39 


105 


8.1 


0.0 


13. Aaron Curry. WF, Jr. 


13 


LB 


63 


36 


99 


7.6 


3.0 


Derek Nicholson, FS, Jr 


13 




53 


46 


99 


7.6 


0.5 


15 Ernest Jones, ST, Sr. 


12 


LB 


40 


5! 


91 


7ti 


in 


16 Mark Herzlich. BC, So 


14 


LB 


55 


42 


97 


6.9 


1.5 


17 Jo-Lonn Dunbar, BC, Sr 


13 


LB 


50 


40 


90 


6.9 


0.0 


18 Philip Wheeler, GT. Sr. 


13 




46 


43 


89 


6.8 


6.0 


19 Kenny Phillips, UM, Jr 


12 




54 


28 


82 


6.8 


0.0 


20. Moise Fokou, MD, Jr 


13 


LB 


48 


35 


83 


6.4 


2.0 


21. Colin McCarthy, UM, So 


11 


LB 


38 


30 


68 


6.2 


2.0 


22 Geno Hayes C S Ji 


13 




51 


29 


80 


6.2 


5.0 


Michael Hamlin, CU, Jr. 


13 




53 


27 


80 


6.2 


0.0 


24 Brandon Flowers, VT, Jr 


14 


CB 


56 


30 


86 


6.1 


0.0 


25. Chris Lonq, VA. Sr, 


13 


DE 


36 


43 


79 


6.1 


14.0 


26 Chris Clemons CU Jr 


13 




46 


32 


78 


6 


00 


Gary Guyton, GT, Sr. 


13 




42 


36 


78 


6 


50 


28, Clint Sintim, VA, Jr. 


13 


LB 


44 


33 


77 


5.9 


9.0 


29. J.J. Justice, MD, Sr. 


13 


DB 


41 


35 


76 


5.8 


00 


30 Chris Davis DU, Sr 


12 


DB 


36 


34 


70 


5.8 


0.5 


3'. James Martin II, ST Sr 


11 


LB 


30 


34 


64 


5.8 


1.5 


32 Roqer Williams, FS, Sr 


13 




52 


23 


7 5 


5.8 


1.0 


33, Tramame Billie, CU, Sr. 


12 




45 


24 


69 


5.8 


1.0 


34, Jamal Lewis. GT, Sr, 


13 




43 


31 


74 


57 


15 


'•■: Karr Chancellor VT, So 


14 




42 


37 


79 


5.6 


0.5 


\ Jeffrey Fitzgerald 7A So 


13 


DE 


33 


40 


73 


5.6 


7.0 


37 Leon Wright DU, So 


12 


DB 


54 


13 


67 


5.6 


0.0 



LB 



5.6 



4.5 



SACKS 



Pos Solo 



Ast 



Yds Total Avq/ G 



1 Chris Long. VA, Sr 



DE 



14 



122 



14.0 



1.08 



2. Hilee Taylor, NC, Sr 


12 


DE 


9 


3 


85 


10.5 


088 


3. Alex Albriqht, BC, So. 


12 


DE 


8 


1 


57 


8.5 


071 


4. Clint Sintim, VA, Jr. 


13 


LB 


9 





48 


9.0 


0.69 


5. Vance Walker, GT, Jr. 


13 




7 


3 


57 


8.5 


0.65 


6 Chris Ellis, VT, Sr. 


14 


DE 


7 


3 


49 


8.5 


0.61 


7. Veqas Franklin, UM, Sr. 


12 


DL 


6 


2 


45 


7.0 


0.58 


8 Eric Moncur, UM, Jr 


10 


DE 


4 


3 


28 


5.5 


0.55 



9. N ick L arkin, BC, Sr, 

10. Phillip Merling, CU, Jr, 



DE 



6.0 



0,55 



7.0 



0,54 



TACKLES FOR LOSS 

G Pos 


Solo 


Ast 


Yds 


Total 


Avg/G 


1. Chris Lonq. VA, Sr 


13 DE 


17 


4 


132 


19.0 


1.46 


2. Geno Hayes, FS, Jr. 


13 


15 


5 


51 


17.5 


1.35 


3. Hilee Taylor. NC, Sr. 


12 DE 


14 


4 


96 


16.0 


1.33 


4. Willie Younq, ST, So, 


12 DL 


14 


2 


66 


15.0 


1.25 


5. Phillip Merlinq. CU, Jr. 


13 


15 


2 


79 


16.0 


1.23 


Darrell Robertson, GT, Sr, 


12 


14 


4 


61 


16.0 


1.23 


7 Michael Tauiliili, DU, Jr. 


11 LB 


9 


8 


37 


13.0 


1.18 


8 Colin McCarthy, UM. So 


11 LB 


9 


6 


43 


12.0 


1.09 


9 Vance Walker GT Jr 


13 


12 


4 


63 


14.0 


1.08 



10. Calais Campbell. UM, Jr. 12 



DE 



47 



12.5 



104 



FUMBLES FORCED 

G Num Avg/G 



1. Alphonso Smith, WF, Jr. 13 



0.31 



2. Hilee Taylor, NC, Sr. 



12 



0.25 



Chris Davis, DU, Sr. 



12 



3 0,25 



Tnmane Goddard, NC. Jr 12 



025 



Vincent Rey, DU, So. 


12 


3 


0.25 


Kenny Phillips. UM, Jr. 


12 


3 


25 


7. Adrian Moten, MD, Fr. 


13 


3 


0.23 


Moise Fokou, MD, Jr. 


13 


3 


023 


Michael Johnson, GT. Jr 


13 


3 


0.23 



Vance Walker, GT, Jr 



023 



PASSES DEFENDED 

G Total 


Avg/G 


1, 


Alphonso Smith, WF, Jr. 


13 


18 


1.38 


2 


Chip Vauqhn, WF, Jr. 


13 


15 


1 15 


3 


Victor Harris, VT, Jr. 


14 


16 


1.14 


4. 


DeJuan Tribble, BC. Sr. 


11 


12 


109 


5, 


Patrick Robinson, FS. So 


12 


12 


1.00 




Brandon Flowers. VT, Jr 


14 


14 


1.00 


7. 


Kevin Barnes, MD, Jr. 


13 


12 


092 




Isaiah Gardner. MD, Sr. 


13 


12 


0.92 


9 


Leon Wright, DU, So 


12 


11 


0.92 


10 


Ras-I Dowlinq, VA, Fr. 


12 


10 


0.83 



ACC Players Of The Week 




Offensive Back 

S4 Matt Ryan. QB, Boston College 

S10 Cullen Harper, QB, Clemson 

(2) Matt Ryan, QB, Boston College 

Eron Riley, WR, Duke 



(3) Matt Ryan, QB, Boston Colleg e 

Tashard Choice, TB, Georgia Tech 

Mikell Simpson, RB, Virginia 



Drew Weatherford, QB, Florida State 
(2) Chris Turner, QB, Maryland 

(5) Matt Ryan, QB, Boston College 

(6) Matt Ryan, QB, Boston College 



Offensive Line 

S4 _ Andrew Gardner T. Georgia Tech 
S10 Tom Santi, TE, Virginia 



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022 



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Kevin Tuminello, C, Georgia Tech 

Garrett Reynolds, T, North Carolina 

(2) Andrew Gardner. T, Georgia Tech 

Thomas Austin. C, Clemson 

Barry Richardson. T, Clemson 

[2] Barry Richardson, T, Clemson 

Scott Burley. T. Maryland 

Sieve Justice, C, Wake Forest 

(2) Thomas Austin. C, Clemson 



Defensive Line 

S4 Philip Merling, DE, Clemson 



Specialist 



S10 



Jolonn Dunbar, LB, Boston College 



S4 

S10 



S17 



S24 

Chris Turner, QB, Maryland 01 
Xavier Lee, QB, Florida State 08 



Vince Hall. Virginiajech S17 

Jeffrey Fitzgerald, DrI Virginia S24 

Calais Campbell, DE, Miami 01 

Dave Philistin, LB, Maryland 08 



Travis Bell, PK. Georgia Tech 
Brandon Tate, WR, North Carolina 
Chris Gould. PK. Virginia 



Darrell Blackman. WR-KR, NC Stale 
Vic Hall, DB-PR, Virginia 



015 Brett Warren, LB, Virginia Tech 
022 Chris Long, DE, Virginia 



015 



Connor Barth, North Carolina 
Sam Swank, PK-P. Wake Forest 



022 
029 Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest 029_ 



Gary Cismesia. PK, Florida State 



(4) Matt Ryan, QB, Boston College N5_ 
Donald Bowens, WR, NC State N12 



N19 



(2) Chris Long, DE, Virginia N5 

(2) Phillip Merling, DE, Clemson N1_2_ 

(3) (P hillip Merling. DE. Clemson N19 



Kevin Marion, KR, Wake Forest 

Steven Hauschka, PK, NC State 

Mark Buchholz, PK, Clemson 

Durant Brooks, P. Georgia Tech 



N26 



jyiark Paschal, LB, North Carolina N26 (2) Gary Cismesia. PK. Florida State 



Defensive Back 

S4 DeJuan Tribble, DB, Boston College 

S10 Dureil Mapp, OLB, North Carolina 

Vincent Rey, OLB, Duke 



S17 
S24 



Eugene Monroe, T, Virginia 01_ 
Chris Capote, T, Clemson 08 



Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest 
Cam Martin, OLB, Virginia Tech 
Jamie Silva, FS. Boston College 



Rookie 

S4 T.J. Yates, QB, North Carolina 

S10 Jonathan Dwyer, RB, Georgia Tech 

S17 (2) T J, Yates, QB, North Carolina 

S24 Josh Adams, RB, Wake Forest 

01 Graig Cooper, RB, Miami 

08 Tyrod Taylor, QB. Virginia Tech 



015 (2) Dureil Mapp, OLB, North Carolina 
022 Colin McCarthy, OLB, Miami 



029 DaJuan Morgan, S, NC Slate 

N5 Tnmane Goddard. DB, North Carolina 

N12 (3) Dureil Mapp, OLB. North Carolina 
N19 Aaron Curry. OLB, Wake Forest 

N26 Alphonso Smith. CB, Wake Forest 



015 

022 

029 

N5 

N12 

N19 

N26 



(2) Josh Adams, RB, Wake Foresl 

(3) Josh Adams, RB. Wake Forest 

Jake Vermiglio. T, NC State 



Rodney Hudson, G, Flonda State 

(2) Tyrod Taylor. QB, Virginia Tech 

DeLeon Gause. CB, Boston College 

(4) Josh Adams, RB, Wake Forest 



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Delaware 

August 30 • 3:45 p.m. 

Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium 



Middle Tennessee 
State 

September 6 • 7:00 p.m. 



California 

September 13 • Noon 

Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium 



Quick Facts 




Johnny "Red" Floyd (Horace Jones I 
Quick Facts 


ield) 


Quick Facts 


Location: Newark, Del. 


Location: Berkeley, Calif. 


Enrollment: 20,342 




Enrollment: 33,000 


Stadium (Cap): Delaware Stadium (22,000) 


Location: Murfreesboro, Tenn. 


Stadium (Cap): California Memorial Stadium (72,516) 


Surface: Natural Grass 




Enrollment: 23,863 


Surface: Sportexe 


Colors: Blue and Yellow 


Stadium (Cap): Johhny "Red" Floyd (Horace 

(30,788) 
Surface: Synthetic Turf by Sportexe 
Colors: Royal Blue and White 


Jones Field) 


Colors: Blue and Gold 


Nickname: Blue Hens 


Nickname: Golden Bears 


President: Patrick Harker 


President: Dr Robert J. Birqeneau 


Athletics Director: Edqar N. Johnson 


Athletics Director: Sandy Barbour 


Conference: Colonial Athletic Association 


Nickname: Blue Raiders 


Conference: Pac 10 


SID: Scott Selheimer 


President: Dr. Sidney McPhee 
Athletics Director: Chris Massaro 


SID: John Sudsbury 


E-mail: selheime@udel.edu 


E-mail: sudsbury@berkeley.edu 


Office: 302-831-2186 


Conference: Sun Beit 


Office: 510-643-4723 


Fax:302-831-8653 


SID: Mark Owens 


Fax: 510-642-7778 


Press Box: 302-831-6199 


E-mail: owens@qoblueraiders.com 


Press Box: 510-642-3098 


Mailing Address: University of Delaware 




Office: 615-898-2450 


Mailing Address: 210 Memorial Stadium 


Routes 4 & 896 


Fax:615-898-5626 


Berkeley, CA 94720 


Newark, DE 19716 


Press Box: 615-898-2312 


Web site: www.CalBears.com 


Web site: www.udel.edu/sportsinfo/ 




Mailing Address: MTSU Box 20 

Murfreesboro TN 37132 
Web site: www.goblueraiders.com 


Team Information 


Team Information 


2007 Overall Record: 7-6 


2007 Overall Record: 11-4 


Team Information 


2007 Conference Record/Finish: 3-67T-6th 


2007 Conference Record/Finish: 5-3/3rd 


Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 40/21 


Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 48/10 


2007 Overall Record: 5-7 


Starters Returning (O/D/S): 16 (5/9/2) 


Starters Returning (O/D/S): 17 (6/9/2) 


2007 Conference Record/Finish: 4-3/3rd 


Starters Lost (O/D/S): 13 (7/4/2) 


Starters Lost (O/D/S): 7 (5/2/0) 


Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 36/19 


Offensive Set: Multiple 


Offensive Set: Spread 


Starters Returning (O/D/S): 11 (6/5/0) 


Defensive Set: 4-3 


Defensive Set: 4-3 




Starters Lost (O/D/S): 11 (5/6/0) 






Offensive Set: Multiple 


Coaching Staff 


Coaching Staff 


Defensive Set: 4-3 Multiple 
Coaching Staff 


Head Coach: Jeff Tedford 


Head Coach: K C. Keeler 


Alma Mater: Fresno State '83 


Alma Mater: Delaware '81 


Best Time to Contact: Contact SID 


Best Time to Contact: Contact SID 


Head Coach: Rick Stockstill 


Record/Years: 50-26 (7) 


Record/Years: 52-26 5 


Alma Mater: Florida State "82 
Best Time to Contact: Contact SID 
Record/Years: 12-13 (3) 
Overall/Years: 12-13(3) 


Overall/Years: 50-26 (7) 


Overall/Years: 140-47-1/ 15 
Assistant Coaches: Brian Ginn (Off. Coord./QI 
Rapone (Def. Coord./Safeties), Ben Albert 


i Coach), Nick 
(Assoc. Head 
t. Head Coach, 
DiMuzio (WR), 
an Peake (CB/ 


Assistant Coaches: Bob Gregory (Def. Coord), Frank Cignetti 
(Off. Coord./QB), Jim Michalczik (Asst. Off. Coord./OL), Pete 
Alamar (Special Teams/TE), Kevin Daft (WR), Tosh Lupoi (DL). 


Coach/Linebackers), Damian Wroblewski (Ass 


Assistant Coaches: G.A. Mangus (Off. Coord./QB), Jimmy Ray 
Stephens (OL), Justin Watts (WR/Recruiting), Brent Brock 
(TE), Willie Simmons (RB), Manny Diaz (Def. Coord./LB), Les 
Herrin (Asst. Head Coach/DL), David Bibee (Safeties), Antonio 
Goss (CB) 


Ron Gould (RB), Al Simmons (DB), Kenwick Thompson (LB) 


Run-Game Coord./OL), Phil Petitte (DL), T.J. 




Gregg Perry (TE/OT), Aaron Harris (RB), Dyr 


Series Record 


Special Teams) 


Series: First Meeting 




Streak: N/A 


Series Record 


Series Record 


First Meeting: N/A 


Series: MD leads 5-3-1 


Last Meeting: N/A 


Streak: MD, won last three 


Series: MD leads 2-0 


Last Meeting in College Park, Md.: N/A 


First Meeting: 1899 




Streak: MD. won both games 




Last Meeting: 1948, Maryland, 21-0 


First Meeting: 2000 


2008 Schedule 


Last Meeting in College Park, Md.: 1947, Maryla 


nd, 43-19 


Last Meeting: 2006, Maryland, 24-10 


Aug. 30 Michigan State 
Sept. 6 at Washington Stale 




Last Meeting in Murfreesboro, Tenn.: N/A 


2008 Schedule 


2008 Schedule 


Sept. 13 at Maryland 


Aug. 30 at Maryland 


Sept. 27 Colorado State 


Sept. 13 WestChester 


Auq. 28 Troy 
Sept. 6 Maryland 


Oct 4 Arizona State 


Sept 20 at Furman 




Oct. 18 atAnzona 


Sept 27 Albany 


Sept. 13 at Kentucky 


Oct. 25 UCLA 


Oct. 4 at Massachusetts 


Sept. 20 at Arkansas State 


Nov. 1 Oregon 


Oct. 11 Maine 


Sept. 30 Florida Atlantic 


Nov. 8 at USC 


Oct. 18 William & Mary 


Oct. 11 at Florida International 


Nov. 15 at Oreqon State 


Oct 25 at Hofslra 


Oct. 18 at Louisville 

Oct 25 at Mississippi State 


Nov. 22 Stanford 


Nov 1 at James Madison 


Dec. 6 Washington 


Nov 8 Towson 




Nov. 8 Louisiana Monroe 




Nov 15 at Richmond 


Nov 15 at Western Kentucky 




Nov. 22 Villanova 


Nov. 22 North Texas 








Dec. 3 at Louisiana-Lafayette 






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Eastern Michigan 

September 20 • TBA 

Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium 



Quick Facts 

Location: Ypsilanti. Mich 

Enrollment 24 000 

Stadium (Cap): Rynearson Stadium (30.200) 

Surface: Field Turf 

Colors: Green and White 

Nickname: Eagles 

President: John A Fallon. Ill 

Athletics Director: Dernck Gragg 

Conference: Mid-Amencan Conference 

SID: Jim Streeler 



E-mail: Jim Streeler@emich.edu 
Office. '34487-0317 
Fn "4487-0318 
Press Box: 734-481-0014 



Mailing Address: Hewitt and Huron Rd. 

Ypsilanti. Ml 48197 
Web site: www emueagles.com 



Team Information 

2007 Overall Record: 4-8 

2007 Conference Record/Finish: 3-1 3rd West 

Letterwinners Ret. Los; 

Starters Returning (O/D/S): 7/8/1 

Starters Lost (O/D/S I I 

Offensive Set: Multiple 

Defensive Set: 4-3 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Jeff Genyk 



■^ Alma Mater: Bowling Green '82 



Best Time to Contact: Contact SID 

Recorders 

Overall/Years 



Assistant Coaches: Jarvis Adams (CB). Kurt Anderson (TE), 
Josh Bus (RB). Scott Isphording (Off Coord.'QB). Robert Lee 
iDLi. Jim O'Neii iSafebes/Recnjiting Coord.). Jay Peterson 
(Oef Coor- 



Series Record 
Series: MD leads 3-0 



Streak MD .; 
First Meeting . 



Last Meeting:;;:- Mary land. 37-13 



Last Meeting m College Park. Md.: 2002. Maryland. 45-3 



2008 Schedule 



Sept 20 



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at Maryland 



at Arm y 



Oct 18 



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0d 25 



atBa State 



Nov. 1 •.•.;;•;- '.'■-:=- 



Nov 22 at Temple 



r- Central Michigan 



Clemson 

September 27 • TBA 

Clemson Memorial Stadium (Death Valley) 



Quick Facts 

Location: Clemson, S C. 
Enrollment: 17.585 



Stadium (Cap): Clemson Memonal Stadium (81.473) 

Surface: Natural Grass 

Colors: Burnt Orange and Northwest Purple 

Nickname: Tigers 

President: James F Barker 

Athletics Director: Dr Terry Don Phillips 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

SID: Tim Bourret 



E-mail: btimoth@clemson.edu 

Office: 864-656-1926 

Fax: 864-656-0299 

Press Box: 864-654-3326 
Mailing Address: PO Box 31 

Clemson. SC 29633 
Web site: .vww clemsontigers.com 



Team Information 

2007 Overall Record: 94 



2007 Conference Record/Finish: 5-3/2nd Atlantic 
Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 52/21 



Starters Returning (O/D/S): 17 (7/8/2) 
Starters Lost (O/D/S): 1 4 
Offensive Set: Multiple 
Defensive Set: Multiple 

Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Tommy Bowden 

Alma Mater: Wesl Vjrjg ■ 



Best Time to Contact: Contact SID 
Record/Years: 6942 9 



Overall/Years: ; "-> " 



Assistant Coaches: Brad Scott (Assoc. Head Coach/OL). Dabo 
Swinney (Asst. Head Coach/WR), Rob Spence (Off. Coord./ 
QB). Andre Powell (ST/RB). Billy Napier (Recruiting Coord./ 
TE). Vic Koenning (Def. Coord./Secondary), Ron West (DL). 
David Blackwell iLBi. Chns Rumph iDE.i 



Series Record 

Series: Clemson leads, 30-24-2 



Streak: Clemson. won last one 



First Meeting: 1952 

Last Meeting: 2 007,1 

Last Meeting in Clemson, S.C.: 2006. Maryland^ 



nson. 30-17 



2008 Schedule 
Aug. 30 vs. Alabama 



Sept 6 The Citadel 



Sept 13 NC State 



S ept. 20 South Carolin a State 



Sept 27 Maryland 



Oct9 



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Oct 18 Georgia Tech 



Nov. 1 at Boston Coieqe 



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Nov. 15 Duke 



Nov 22 at Virginia 



Nov 29 SouthCaroina 



Virginia 

October 4 • TBA 

Scott Stadium 



Quick Facts 
Location: Charlottesville. Va 
Enrollment: 20.399 



Stadium (Cap): Davis A Hamson. 
500] 

Surface: Prescription Athletic Turf 
Colors: Orange and Blue 
Nickname: Cavaliers 
President: John T Casteen. Ill 
Athletics Director: Craig Uttlepage 
Conference: Atlantic Coasl 
SID: Michael Colley 



Field at Scott Stadium 



E-mail: mediamike@virginia.edu 

Office: 434-982-5533 

Fax: 434-982-5525 

Press Box: 434-296-5910 
Mailing Address: PO Box 400853 

Charlottesville. VA 22904 
Web site: mm virginiasports.com 



Team Information 

2007 Overall Record: 94 

2007 Conference Record/Finish: f>2 2nd Coastal 

Letterwinners Ret./Lost 

Starters Returning (OD Si 

Starters Lost (O/D/S i 

Offensive Set " -Style 

Defensive Set: Mujtjpte Seven-Mar : 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: AIGroh 
Alma Mater . 



Best Time to Contact: Contact SID 



Record/Years: 51-37/7 
Overall/Years: Same 



Assistant Coaches: Bob Pruett (Def. Coord). Mike Groh (Off. 
Coord/QB). Steve Bernstein (Asst. Head Coach/DB). Bob 
Diaco (ST/LB). Levem Beim (DL). Dave Borbely (Running 
Game CoordJOL). Wayne Uneburg (WR). Anthony Poindexter 
- B Asst. ST Coord, i. Bob Pnce (TE/Recruitinq Coord.) 



Series Record 


Senes I :9-2 


Streak 'one 


First Meeting 


Last Meeting 2007 /irqinia '8-17 


Last Meeting, in Charlottesville. Va 2006, Maryland. 28-26 


2008 Schedule 


Aug. 30 


Southern California 


Sent 6 


Richmond 


Sept 13 


at Connecticut 


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Oct 4 


Maryland 


Oct 11 




Oct IB 


North Carolina 


Oct 25 


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Nov. 1 


'!i~ 


Nov. 8 


at Wake Forest 


Nov. 22 


Ce-sy 


Nov. 29 


at Virginia Tech 



200B OPPONENTS 



Wake Forest 

October 18 • TBA 

Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium 



Quick Facts 



Location: Winston-Salem, N.C 



Enrollment: 4,037 



Stadi um (Ca p): BB&T Field (31,500) 
Surface: Natural Grass 
Colors: Old Gold and Black 
Nickname: Demon Deacons 



President: Dr. Nathan 0. Hatch 
Athletics Director: Ron W ellman 

Conference: Atlantic CoasJ 

SID: Steve Shutt 



E-mail: shuttsi (S wfu.e du 
Office: 336-758-5640" 



Fax: 336-758-5140_ _. 

Press Box: 336-896-9158 

Mailing Address: PO Box 7426 
Wak e Fores t University 
Winston-Salem, NC 27109 



Web site: www WakeForestSports.com 



Team Information 

2007 Overall Record: 94 

2007 Conference Record/Finish: 5-3/T-3rd Atlantic 

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 44/20 



Starters Returning (O/D/S): 15 {9/5/1 J 
Starters Lost (O/D/S) : 10(7/2 /1) 
Offensive Set: Multiple 



Defensive Set: 4-3 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Jim Grobe 
Alma Mater: Virgini a 75 



Best Time to Contact: Contact SID 
Record/Years: 46-39/7 



Overall/Years: 79-72-1/12 

Assistant Coaches: Billy Mitchell (Asst. Head Coach/RB/K), 
Tim Billings (WR), Tom Elrod (FB/TE), Keith Henry (DE), Brad 
Lambert (LB), Ray McCartney (Recruiting Coord./DT), Jeff 
Mullen (QB), Ste ed Lobotzke (Off. Coord./OL) 



Series Record 

Series: MD leads 40- 



5-1 



Streak: WF, won last two 

First Meeting: 1917 

Last Meeting: 2007, Wake Forest, 31-24 (OT) 



Last Meeting in College Park, Md.: 2006, Wake Forest,_38 : 24 

2008 Schedule 

Aug. 30 a t Baylor 

Sept. 6 Mississippi 

Sept 20 at Florida State 

Sept. 27 Navy 



Oct. 9 



Clemson 



Oct. 18 at Maryland 



Oct. 25 



Nov. 1 
Nov. 8 
Nov 15 
Nov, 22 
Nov 29 



at Miami 
Duke 
Virginia 
at NC State 
Boston College 
Vanderbilt 







NC State 

October 25 • TBA 

Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium 

Quick Facts 

Location: Ralei gh, N.C, 

Enrollment: 29,957 



Stadium (Cap): Carter-Finley Stadiu m (57,58 3) 

Surface: Natural Grass 

Colors: Red and White 
Nickname: Wolfpack 



Chancellor: Dr James L. Oblmger 



Athletics Director: Lee Fowler 



Conference: Atlantic Coast 



SID: Annabelle Myers 



E-mail: Annabelle_Myers@n csu.com 
Office: 919-515-2102 
Fax:919-515-2898 



Press Box: 919-515-3393 



Mailing Address: PO Box 8502 
Raleigh, NC 27695 



Web site: www GoPack.com 



Team Information 

2007 Overall Record: 5-7 

2007 Conference Record/Finish: 3-5/6th Atlantic 

Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 28/25 

Starters Returning (O/D/S): 10 (5/4/1) 

Starters Lost (O/D/S): 14 (6/7/1) 

Offensive Set: Multiple 



Defensive Set: Multi_ile_ 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: Tom O'Brien 
Alma Mater: Navy 71 



Best Time to Contact: Contact SID 

Record/Years: 5-7/1 

Overall/Years: 80- 52/12 

Assistant Coaches: Mike Archer (Def. Coord), Dana Bible (Off. 
Coord./QB/WR), Jim Bridge (TE), Don Horton (OL), Andy 
McCollum (LB), Jerry Petercuskie (Recruiting Coord./ST), Mike 
Re ed (D B), Jason Swepson (RB), Keith Willis (PL) 

Series Record 

Series: Tied, 30-30-4 



Streak: MD. won last t wo 

First Meeting: 1909 

Last Meeting: 2007. Maryland, 37-0 

Last Meeting in College Park, Md.: 2006, Maryland, 26-20 



2008 Schedule 

Aug 28 



Sept. 6 



Sept. 13 
Sept 20 
Sept. 27 
Oct 4 
Oct. 16 
Oct. 25 
Nov 8 
Nov 15 
Nov 22 



at South Carolina 
William & Mary 
at Clemson 
East Carolina 
South Florida 
Boston College 
Florida State 
at Maryland 
at Duke 
Wake Forest 
at North Carolina 



Nov. 29 Miami 



Virginia Tech 

November 6 • 7:30 p.m. 

Lane Stadium 



Quick Facts 

Location: Blacksburg. Va. 
Enrollment: 28,000 



Stadium (Cap): Lane Stadium/Worsham Field (66,22 3) 
Surface: Green Tech ITM Natural Grass 



Colors: Chicago Maro on and Burnt Orange 
Nickname: Hokies 



President: Dr Charles Steqer 



Athletics Director: Jim Weaver 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

SID: Dave Smith 



E-mail: vtsid@vt.edu 
Office: 540-231-6726 



Fax:540-231-6984 



Press Box: 540-231-4905 



Mailing Address: 460 Jamerson Center 

Blacksburg, VA 24061-0 502 
Web site: wwwhokies ports.com 



Team Information 

2007 Overall Record: 11-3 

2007 Conference Record/Finish: 7-1/1st Coastal 



Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 40/25 



Starters Returning (O/D/S): 11 (6/4/1) 
Starters Lost (O/D/S): 17 (5/7/5) 
Offensive Set: Multiple 
Defensive Set: 4-3 



Coaching Staff 



Head Coach: Frank Beamer 



Alma Mater: Virginia Tech '69 
Best Time to Contact: Contact SID 
Record/Years: 167-85-2/21 
Overall/Years: 209-108-4/27 



Assistant Coaches: Billy Hite (Asst. Head Coach/RB), Bud 
Foster (Def. Coord./LB), Bryan Stinespring (Off. Coord.), Jim 
Cavanaugh (LB/SS/RC), Toman Gray (DB), Curt Newsome 
(OL), Mike O'Cain (QB), Kevin Sherman (WR), Charly Wiles 
iP!L 



Series Record 


Series: MD leads 15-13 


Streak: VT, 


won last three 


First Meeting: 1919 


Last Meeting: 2005, Virginia Tech, 28-9 


Last Meeting in Blacksburg, Va.: 2004. Virginia Tech. 55-6 
2008 Schedule 


Aug 30 


at East Carolina 


Sept. 6 


Furman 


Sept. 13 


Georgia Tech 


Sept 20 


at North Carolina 


Sept. 27 


at Nebraska 


I 4 


Western Kentucky 


Oct 18 


at Boston College 


Oct 25 


at Florida State 


Nov. 6 


Maryland 


Nov. 13 


at Miami 


Nov. 22 


Duke 


Nov 29 


Virginia 



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North Carolina 

November 15 • TBA 

Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium 

Quick Facts 

Location: Chapel Hill. N C 

Enrollment ;6 878 

Stadium (Cap): Kenan Stadium (60.000) 

Surface: Natural Grass 

Colore: Carolina Blue and White 

Nickname Tai Heels 

President: Or James Moeser 

Athletics Director: Dick Baddour 

Conlerence: Atlantic Coast 

SID - .o Best 

E-mail: kevinbestgunc edu 

Office: 919-962-8916 

Fu -19-843-2309 

Press Box: 919-962-2123 
Mailing Address: PO Box 2126 

Chapel Hill. NC 27515 
Web site: .v.™ TarHeeiBlue.com 



Team Information 

2007 Overall Record: 4-8 

2007 Conference Record/Finish: 3-5 4th Coastal 



letterwinners Ret Lost 



Starters Returning (O'D/S). '8 (9 /8/1) 
Starters Lost (O'DIS): • 
Offensive Set " 
Defensive Set ' I 



Coaching Staff 
Head Coach S^tch Davis 



Aima Water - '. 



Best Time to Contact: Contact SID 

RecordYears 

Overall Years 



Series Record 


Seres . 


pleads • 


Streak L 




First Meeting 


Last Meeting 2007 North C ■ 


Last Meeting in College Park. Md _ 


2008 Schedule 




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Notre Dame 




at Virginia 




Boston College 




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Nov. 15 


at Maryland 


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Assistant Coaches: John Blake (Assoc. Head Coach/Recruit. 
CoordJOL). Ken Browning (RB). Steve Hagen |TE). John 
Lovett iSTTJef Asst ). Sam Pittman lOL). John Shoop (Off. 
Coond-fOB). Tommy Thigpen (LB). Charlie Wlliams (WR). 
Everett Withers i Def Coo- 



Florida State 

November 22 • TBA 

Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium 

Quick Facts 

Location: Tallahassee. Fla 

Enrollment: 38,886 

Stadium (Cap): Bobby Bowden Field at Doak S. Campbell 

Stadium (82,300) 
Surface: Nalural Grass 
Colors: Garnet and Gold 
Nickname: Semmoles 
President: Dr T K. Wetherell 
Athletics Director: Randy Spetman 
Conference: Atlantic Coast 
SID: Elliott Fmebloom 

E-mail: efineblm@fsu.edu 

Office: 850 644 0615 

Fax: 850.644.3820 

Press Box: 850.644.4057 
Mailing Address: University Center D, Room 103 

Tallahassee, FL 32306 
Web site: www.seminoles.com 



Team Information 

2007 Overall Record: 7-6 

2007 Conference Record/Finish: 4-4/4th Atlantic 

Letterwinners Ret/Lost: 38/15 



Starters Returning (O/D/S): 1 5(7/7/1) 
Starters Lost (O/D/S): 11 1 4 /4/3) 
Offensive Set: Multiple 
Defensive Set: W Multiple 



Coaching Staff 



Head Coach: Bobby Bowden 



Alma Mater: Howard 53 



Best Time to Contact: ContactSJD 
Record/Years: 300-874 32 



Overall/Years: 373-'- 

Assistant Coaches: Mickey Andrews (Assoc. Head Coach/Def. 

Coord./DB). Chuck Amato (Exxec Head Coach/LB). Rick 

Trickett (Asst. Head Coach/OL), Jimbo Fisher (Off. CoonJVQB). 

Jody Allen (DE/ST). Lawrence Dawsey (WR). Odell Haggins 

I 

Series Record 

Series: - :- :a Stale leads. 16-2 

Streak: FSU. w on last one 

First Meeting 



Last Meeting: 2007. Flo rida St ate. 24-16 



Last Meeting in College Park. Md..: 2006. Maryja- - 



2008 Schedule 

Sec: 6 



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Sept 13 Chattano oga 



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Sept 27 Colorado 



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Oct. 16 at NC State 



Oct 25 Virginia Tech 



Nov. 1 at Georgia Tech 



Nov. 8 



Oemson 



Nov. 15 Boston Cotege 



Nov. 22 at Maryland 



Nov. 29 Florida 



Boston College 

November 29 • TBA 

Alumni Stadium 

Quick Facts 

Location: Chestnut Hill, Mass 

Enrollment: 14,5000 

Stadium (Cap): Alumni Stadium (44,500) 

Surface: Field Turf 

Colore: Maroon and Gold 

Nickname: Eagles 

President Rev William P Leahy, S.J 

Athletics Director: Gene DeFilippo 

Conference: Atlantic Coasl 

SID: Chris Cameron 



E-mail: cameroch@bc edu 
Office: 617-552-3004 
Fax:617-5524903 
Press Box: 617-552-4747 



Mailing Address: 140 Commonwealth Ave. 

Conte Forum 321 

Chestnut Hill. MA 02467 
Web site: www.bceagles.com 



Team Information 

2007 Overall Record 

2007 Conference Record/Finish • . 1 • Atl antic 

Letterwinners Ret.'Lost 4 21 

Starters Returning 10 D Si 14 

Starters Lost (O'D/S): " 5/ 5/1) 

Offensive Set " 



Defensive Set " 



Coaching Staff 

Head Coach: .- - 
Alma Mater . 



Best Time to Contact: ContadSID 
Record/Years: 11-3/1 



Overall/Years: : 

Assistant Coaches. 

Comissiong (DL). Ryan Day (WR). Steve Logan (Off. Coord.). 

McGovem (LB), M (DB/Recruit Coord .), Ben 

Sirmans (RB). Frank Spaaani (Def. Coord.). Don Yanowsky 

(TE/ST) 



Series Record 
Senes:5C eads.3-2 



Streak: MP won last one 

First Meeting 



Last Meeting . 



Last Meeting in Chestnut Hill. Mass IV*. z:-\- 3 --'.- 
38-16 



2008 Schedule 



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Sept 6 Georgia Tech 



Sept 20 Central Florida 



Sept 27 Rhode Island 



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Oct 18 V irginia Tech 



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Nov.1 



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Nov. 22 at Wake Forest 



Nov. 29 Maryland 



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Aug. 
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DELAWARE 


at 

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TROY 
(Aug. 28) 


MICHIGAN 
STATE 


INDIANA 
STATE 
(Aug. 28) 


vs. Alabama 
(Atlanta, Ga.) 


SOUTHERN 
CALIFORNIA 


a! 
Baylor 


at South 
Carolina 
(Aug. 28) 


at East 
Carolina 


McNEESE 
STATE 




at Kent State 

(Cleveland. 

Ohio) 


Sept. 
6 


al Middle 

Tennessee 

Slate 




MARYLAND 


at 

Washington 

State 


at Michigan 
State 


THE 
CITADEL 


RICHMOND 


MISSISSIPPI 


WILLIAM & 
MARY 


FURMAN 




WESTERN 
CAROLINA 


GEORGIA 
TECH 


Sept. 
13 


CALIFORNIA 


WEST 
CHESTER 


at 
Kentucky 


at 
Maryland 


TOLEDO 


NC STATE 


at 
Connecticut 




at Clemson 


GEORGIA 
TECH 


at 
Rutgers 
(Sept. 11) 


CHATTA- 
NOOGA 




Sept. 
20 


EASTERN 
MICHIGAN 


at Furman 


at 

Arkansas 

State 




at Maryland 


SOUTH 

CAROLINA 

STATE 




at Florida 
State 


EAST 

CAROLINA 


at 

North 

Carolina 


VIRGINIA 
TECH 


WAKE 
FOREST 


CENTRAL 
FLORIDA 


Sept. 
27 


at 
Clemson 


ALBANY 




COLORADO 
STATE 


NORTHERN 
ILLINOIS 


MARYLAND 


at Duke 


NAVY 


SOUTH 
FLORIDA 


at 
Nebraska 


at Miami 


COLORADO 


RHODE 
ISLAND 


Oct. 

4 


at Virginia 


at UMass 


FLORIDA 
ATLANTIC 
(Sept. 30) 


ARIZONA 
STATE 


at 
Bowling 
Green 




MARYLAND 




BOSTON 
COLLEGE 


WESTERN 
KENTUCKY 


UCONN 


at Miami 


at 
NC State 


Oct. 
11 




MAINE 


at Florida 
International 




at Army 


al 

Wake Forest 

(Oct. 9) 


EAST 
CAROLINA 


CLEMSON 
(Oct 9) 






NOTRE 

DAME 






Oct. 
18 


WAKE 
FOREST 


WILLIAM & 
MARY 


at 
Louisville 


at Arizona 


AKRON 


GEORGIA 
TECH 


NORTH 
CAROLINA 


at 
Maryland 


FLORIDA 
STATE 
(Oct. 16) 


at Boston 
College 


al Virginia 


al NC State 
(Oct 16) 


VIRGINIA 
TECH 


Oct. 
25 


NC STATE 


at Hofstra 


MISSISSIPPI 
STATE 


UCLA 


at Ball Slate 




at Georgia 
Tech 


at 
Miami 


at 

Maryland 


at 
Flonda State 


BOSTON 
COLLEGE 


VIRGINIA 
TECH 


at North 
Carolina 


Nov. 
1 




at 
James 
Madison 




OREGON 


at 
Western 
Michigan 


at 
Boston 
College 


MIAMI 


DUKE 








at 
Georgia Tech 


CLEMSON 


Nov. 
8 


at Virginia 

Tech 

(Nov. 6) 


TOWSON 


LOUISIANA 
MONROE 


at Southern 
California 




at 
Flonda State 


at 

Wake Forest 


VIRGINIA 


at Duke 


MARYLAND 

(Nov 6) 


GEORGIA 
TECH 


CLEMSON 


NOTRE 
DAME 


Nov. 
15 


NORTH 
CAROLINA 


at Richmond 


at Western 
Kentucky 


at 
Oregon 
Stale 




DUKE 




at NC Slate 


WAKE 
FOREST 


at 

Miami 
(Nov. 13) 


at 
Maryland 


BOSTON 
COLLEGE 


at 
Flonda State 


Nov. 
22 


FLORIDA 
STATE 


VILLANOVA 


NORTH 
TEXAS 


STANFORD 


at 
Temple 


at Virginia 


CLEMSON 


BOSTON 
COLLEGE 


at 

North 

Carolina 


DUKE 


NC STATE 


at 
Maryland 


at Wake 
Forest 


Nov. 
29 


al Boston 
College 




at Louisiana 
Lafayette 
(Dec. 3) 


WASHNGTON 
(Dec 6) 


CENTRAL 
MICHIGAN 
(Nov 28) 


SOUTH 
CAROLINA 


al Virginia 
Tech 


VANDERBILT 


MIAMI 


VIRGINIA 


al Duke 


FLORIDA 


MARYLAND 



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Bowl 

Results 

Record in Bowls: 9-11-2 



Jan. 1,1948 -Gator Bowl 
Maryland 20, Georgia 20 

Jan. 2, 1950 • Gator Bowl 

Maryland 20, Mi ssouri 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, Minnesota 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 

Maryland 28, Tennessee 27 

Dec. 21, 1985 -Cherry Bowl 

Maryland 35, Syracuse 18 

Dec. 15, 1990 • Independence Bowl 
Maryland 34, Louisiana Tech 34 



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Gator Bowl 

Jan. 1, 1948 



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20 


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Maryland 
Georgia 



JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - In front of the first capacity crowd in 
Gator Bowl history, 16.666, Maryland's Lu Gambmo was a one- 
man wrecking crew, rushing for 165 yards and scoring three 
touchdowns. Gambino's three scores propelled Maryland to a 
20-7 lead, but Georgia reeled off 1 3 points in the fourth 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 4th 



Maryland 



13 



- 



Georgia 



13 - 



2 UM Gambino 35-yard run (McHuqh kick) 

3-UG - Rauch 1-yard run (Geri kick) 

3-UM - Gambino 1-yard run (kick failed) 



3-UM ■ G ambino 24-yard pass fr om Ba ron i (McHugh kick) 
4-UG- Ge ri 4-yard run (kick (ailed) 



4-UG ■ Do naldson 9-yard pass from Rauch (Geri kick) 



UM 



UG 



First Downs 



16 



19 



Rushin g Yards 



247 



216 



Passin g 



127 



190 



Comp-Alt-Int 



7-14-1 



12-20-1 



Punts-Avg. 



5-44 



4-40 



Fumbles-Lost 



0-0 



2-1 



Penalties-Yards 



5-66 



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 

3-1-2), Rauch 3 (-10). 

PASSING-Maryland Baroni 7-14-127 Georgia, Rauch 12-20-190 
Alt: 16,666 



Jan. 2, 2002 • FedEx Orange Bowl 

Florida 56, Maryland 23 

Dec. 31, 2002 • Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl 
Maryland 30. Tennessee 3 

Jan. 1, 2004 • Toyota Gator Bowl 

Maryland 41, West Virginia 7 

Dec. 29, 2006 • Champs Sports Bowl 
Maryland 24, Purdue 7 

Dec. 28, 2007 • Emerald Bowl 

Oregon State 21, Maryland 14 




Gator Bowl 

Jan. 2, 1950 



MD 


MU 


20 


7 






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20 Maryland 
20 Missouri 



20 



JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Three times in the first half Missouri 
turned the ball over, and all three times Maryland scored a 
touchdown as the Terrapins defeated the Tigers, 20-7, to 
earn their first-ever postseason victory. The Terrapin running 
attack, led by Bob Shemonski and Ed Modzelewski, amassed 
266 rushing yards, the second-most by a Maryland bowl team. 
Maryland defensive back John Idzik set up Maryland's first 
score with a 26-yard interception return to the Tiger 11 -yard 
line. Shemonski scored on a sweep on the next play for the 
go-ahead touchdown Shemonski scored again on a six-yard 
run late in the second quarter to put the Terps up 20-0. 



Box Score 





1st 


2nd 3rd 


4th 


F 


Maryland 


7 


13 


- 


20 


Missouri 








7 - 


7 




1-UM - Shemonski 1 


-yard 


run (Dean kick 






2-UM - Modzelewski 3-yard 


run (kick failed) 






2-UM - Shemonski 6 


yard run (Dean kick) 






4-MO - Klein 4-yard 


un(G 


orioso kick) 












UM 


MO 




First Downs 




11 


13 




Rushinq Yards 




266 


100 




Passinq 




16 


167 




Comp-Att-lnl 




2-17-1 


11-29-3 




Punts-Avg. 




7-39.0 


3-38.0 




Fumbles-Lost 




1-1 


5-5 




Penalties-Yards 




63 


10 






Art: 18,409 




Bob "Shoo-Shoo" Shemonski goes 
lor a TD vs. Missouri. 



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UT 


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28 


13 



Maryland 
Tennessee 



28 
13 



NEW ORLEANS • In what may have been perhaps the biggest 
win in Maryland football history, the Terps upset No. 1 -ranked 
and regular season national champion Tennessee, 28-13, in 
the 1952 Sugar Bowl The Terps were led by running back 
Ed "Mighty Mo* Modzelewski (153 yards on 28 cames) and 
the bnlliant play ol running back/defensive back Ed Fullerton 
who scored two touchdowns and threw for another The Terps 
put the game out o( reach in the third quarter with a 46-yard 
interception tor a touchdown by Fullerton, giving the Terps a 
28-6 lead. Maryland finished the season with an overall record 
of 10-0-0 and a No 3 national ranking. 



Box Score 

:<*) 3rd 


F 


Ma-, 


28 


-see 


• 






. . . 


■ 




■ :■ 'a led 


. . . 






UM 


UT 


18 


12 


289 


81 


63 


75 




MM 


29 


16 




7-43.0 


7-1 


2-2 


12-120 


2-20 




:<fcetewski 28-153. Tennessee 










Maryland celebrates its 1951 undefeated season. 



Oranae Bowl 



Oranae Bowl 



OU 


MD 


7 


O 



Oklahoma 
Maryland 

MIAMI - 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 
record and the nation's No. 1 ranking into the game against an 
Oklahoma squad that used a powerful running attack to gnnd 
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 


4 th F 


Maryland 


A 


Q 





ihoma 7 C 




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Rushing Yards 


176 




208 


Passing 


36 




22 


Corr; ■■■'■ 


5-124 




4*1 


Return Yards 


25 




7 




5-29 




7-31.3 




1-1 




2-2 


Penalty Yards 


15 








RUSHING-Marytand. Felton 10-51. Oklahoma. Griqqs 1349. 


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3178 






"Shoo-Shoo" Shemonski high- 
stepping in the 1954 Orange Bowl. 



MIAMI • The third-ranked Terps came into the Orange Bowl 
nding a 1 5-game winning streak, only to have it snapped by an 
Oklahoma team that extended its winning streak to 30 games 
with its 20-6 win The Terps. who led 6-0 at halftime. were 
stunned when the Sooners went into their famous last 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 



2nd 



Oklahoma 



- 



6 - 





ereb 15-yard 


run (lock fated) 














. :Od 82- 


fart 


■yt return 


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OU 


First Downs 






16 


PlS"' no V 3'3S 




187 


2".2 


=3ss-: 




- 


53 


Comp-Att4nt 






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- 








1-1 


~~'S'M< ■-■■■: 




441 


4-3- 










RUSHING44arytand. Vereb 8-108. Oklahoma. Ha- 


PASSING-Maryiand. BeqnM 2-7-46. Oklahoma. Harris 3-5-34 



IE '.:-'.'=-. ;-: . • ' .' :• ;-:-= =_-: - 1- 
: 75.561 







Ed Vereb rushed for the Terps' only TD 
and 108 yards in the '56 Orange Bowl. 



POSTSEASON 
HISTORY 



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Peach Bowl 

Dec. 28, 1973 


GA 


MD 




17 


16 



Georgia 
Maryland 



ATLANTA • Maryland came away from its first bowl game in 1 8 
years a bitterly disappointed team. The Terrapins dominated 
Georgia in all phases, but the game was tied 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 



Maryland 



2nd 3rd 4th 
10 6 



F 

16 



Georgia 



10 



- 



2-UG - Poulous 62-yard pass from Johnson (Leavitt kick). 5 27 
2-UM ■ While 68-yard pass from Cader (Mike-Mayer kick), 5 04 
2-UM- Mike-Mayer 36-yard field goal, 1:31 



2-UG ■ Leavitt 26-yard field goal. 06 
3-UG - Johnson 1-yard run ( Leavitt kick], 4:24 
4-UM ■ Mike-Mayer 25-yard field goal, 13 53 
4-UM - Mike-Mayer 28-yard field goal, 7 35 



UM 



UG 



First Downs 



Rushing Yards 



219 



170 



Passing 



242 



114 



Comp-Att-lnl 



8-18-1 



5-16-1 



Return Yards 



78 



135 



Punts-Avg 



6-31,8 



8-413 



Fumbles-Lost 



4-3 



2-2 



Penalties-Yards 



5-63 



1-5 



RUSHING-Maryland Carter 29-126 Georgia King 16-57 
PASSING-Maryland Kinar d 4-8-1 13 Geo rgia, Johnson 5-16-114. 
RE' E . NG Marj ind /Vhite 2-106 Georgia Poulous 2-62 
Alt: 80,271 



Liberty Bowl 

Dec. 16, 1974 



Gator Bowl 

Dec. 29, 1975 



UT 


MD 


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7 


3 


rJ ■ ■ 



MD 


UF 


MARYLAND ;^l 

Y S 

• i ■•* J 


13 


O 



17 Tennessee 



16 Maryland 



7 Maryland 
3 Florida 



13 



MEMPHIS, Tenn. • 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. 



JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The ACC champion Terrapins headed 
into the 1975 Gator Bowl as a seven-point underdog to the 
Florida Gators, However, this did not deter the Terps, who were 
coming off their best season (8-2-1 ) in 20 years. Maryland shut 
out the Gators, 13-0, in front of a large pro-Florida crowd in a 
steady downpour. The Maryland defense held the SEC's total 
offense leader scoreless and intercepted two Florida passes 
which led to the first 10 Maryland points. This was the first Terp 
win over an SEC team since 1955. 



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 




Rushinq Yards 


108 


173 




Passing 


158 


65 




Comp-Att-Int 


15-22-2 


7-16-0 




Return Yards 


76 


65 




Punts-Avq. 


6410 


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 
6-15-54. 


Avellini 15-22-158 


Tennessee, Holloway 


RECEIVING: Maryland, White 5-68. Tennessee, Seivers 4-38. 


All 51 JS4 



Box Score 

1st 2nd 3rd 


4th F 


Maryland 7 3 


3 - 13 


Florida 


- 




1-UM - Hoover 19-yard pass from Dick (Sochko kick) 6:15 


2-UM -Sochko 20-yard field goal 6 49 


4-UM - Sochko 27-yard field goal 1141 




UM 


UF 


First Downs 15 


14 


Rushinq Yards 209 


182 


Passinq 82 


28 


Comp-Atl-Int 7-16-0 


3-19-3 


Return Yards 26 


25 


Punts-Avq. 7-39.5 


7-38.5 


Fumbles-Lost 0-0 


1-1 


Penalties-Yards 5-47 


6-48 




RUSHING-Maryland, Atkins 20-127. Florid 

PASSING-Maryland, Dick 5-13-67 Florida 


a, DuBose 18-95. 


Fisher 2-12-33. 


RECEIVING Maryland, Hoover 2-24 Florida, Lecount 1-25 


Att: 64.012 






Coach Jerry Claiborne (left) congratulates Georgia 
coach Vince Dooley after the Bulldogs ' win. 



Louis Carter rushed lor 65 yards in the Terps' 1974 
Liberty Bowl appearance. 



Kim Hoover hauls in the only TD of the Terps ' win in 
the 75 Gator Bowl. 



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Ian. 1, 1977 



UH 


MD 


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■T 


30 


21 



Houston 
Maryland 



30 
21 



DALLAS • Maryland entered the 1977 Cotton Bowl with a 
perfect 11-0 record, but the hopes for a perfect season were 
dashed quickly when Houston scored 21 first-quarter points 
en route to a 30-21 win The Cougars rushed for a total of 320 
yards in the game and 144 in the 21-point first quarter The 
Terps cut the lead to 27-21 in the fourth quarter, but a 542 
dnve by the Cougars late in the quarter resulted in a field goal, 
slamming the door on any Terp comeback hopes 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



Maryland 

Houston 21 



7 - 



6 



3 



t-UH - Thomas 11-yard run iCoc+n kick) 6,27 

•3-yard run ,0:: ■ ■ 

:es 6-yard rur 

■ ■ 



UM 



UH 



:>an3s 



20 



120 



320 



179 



108 






5*0 



13 



6-44.0 



4-360 






4-3 






840 



5-22 







Houston , Badw e . 
1-72 Houston. Foster 342. 



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Eric Sievers caught his first college TD on 
wis play in the 77 Cotton Bowl. 



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Hall Of Fame Bowl 

Dec. 22, 1977 



MD 


MN 


HALL OF FAME BOWL 


17 


7 


^_- --^ 







Maryland 
Minnesota 



17 

7 



BIRMINGHAM. Ala. - After allowing an early Minnesota 
touchdown run, the Terps scored the next 17 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 



Box Score 





st 2nd 3rd 4th F 


Uava-:: 14 


MmnesoJa 


'000— 7 




1-MN - Barber 1-yard a 




1-UM-Sochko 32-yard 


field goal 5 21 


2-UM - Scott 2-yard run 


Sochko*'- 


2-UM ■ Scott 1-yard run 






UM 




15 17 


Rushinq Yards 


120 


Passlnq 


155 


A--lnt 




Retur Yards 


3 6 


Punls-Avg 


536 8 9-27 7 


Fanb'es-LOSt 


3-2 


Penalties- Yards 


12-80 6-54 




RUSHIN&Maryland 1-75 M 


NfrMarytand. Dick 12-20-211 Minnesota Avery 12-23-130. 


RECEIVING: Maryland, White 8-126 .Mnnesota. Anhom 549 


Alt 47.000 




George Scott ran for two TDs and 75 yards in the 
Terps' 77 Hall of Fame Bowl win. 



Sun Bowl 

Dec. 23, 1979 



UT 


MD 


,,|.V < f 1.. iiln 

f 

rat 


42 


O 



Texas 42 

Maryland O 

EL PASO, TEXAS -The Maryland Terrapins, appeanng I 
sixth consecutive bowl and looking for their second straight 
bowl win. ran into a very determined Texas Longhom team 
The Longhoms' running game amassed 220 yards and five 
touchdowns, while the Texas defense held Maryland to 248 
yards of total offense It was the first time in 95 games the 
Terps had been held scoreless, ending the third4ongest streak 
in the nation. 



Box Score 



2nd 3rd 4th 



Maryland 



- 



Texas 



2' 



•4 



- 



■ • 
1-UT ■ J Jones ' • 715 

1-UT-L Jones 29-yard pass fr om Mc8aelh( E'' 
2-UT -Md 

: 
3^JT - H Jones 32-yard tun (Endeben kick) 1:08 



UM 



UT 



c '-s' Downs 



20 



Rush inq Yards 

Comfv- 
Retur ■ 
Punfc^Ayo, 



■A 



220 



214 



4-: 






2-7-0 



7-41 



Fumbtes-Lost 



2-1 



3-1 



Penalties-Yards 



535 



7-42 



PASSW&Marytand.OKa 
RECEIVING: Maryland, R» 
Alt 33.122 



10-15 Texas. H, Jones 14-104. 

- ; Tenas. McBaeth 2-545 
iards4-52 Texas. LJone: 




Charles Johnson's mood tells the story after 
the Terps lost in the '78 Sun Bowl. 



POSTSEASON 
HISTORY 



Tangerine Bowl 

Dec. 20, 1980 



UF 


MD 


35 


20 



Florida 



Maryland 



20 



ORLANDO, Fla. • 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 



Florida 



14 14 



1-UM- Castr o 34-yard field goal 4 50 



2-UF - Collinsworth 24-jard pass from Peace (Clark kick) 14 04 
2-UM ■ Castro 27-yard field goal 4 37 _ 
2-UM - Castro 26-yard field goal 4.28 
2-UF - Jones 2-yard run (Clark ki ck) 1:46 

3-UM - Wysocki 2-yard run [Tice run) 1 448 

3-UM - Castro 42-yard field goal 1 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-yard run (Clark kick) 9:31 



UM 



UF 



First Downs 



Rushing Yards 



181 



108 



Passin g 



155 



271 



Comp-Att-Int 



12-26-3 



20-34-1 



Return Yards 



14 



'-,4 



Punts-Avg 



4-39.0 



6-34.0 



Fumbles-Lost 



4-2 



1-0 



Penalties-Yards 6-44 11-108 

RUSHING-Maryland, Wysocki 39-159 Florida, Brown 16-71. 



PASSING-Maryland. Tice 11-23-129 Florida, Peace 20-2 4-271. 
RECEIVING: Maryland, Havener 4-83. Florida, Collinsworth 

8-166. 

Att: 52,541 




Charlie Wysocki ran for 159 yards in 
the '80 Tangerine Bowl. 



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Aloha Bowl 

Dec. 25, 1982 



uw 


MD 


21 


20 



Washington 
Maryland 




HONOLULU - 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 



Ma ryland 



Washington 



7 



21 



1-U W- All en 27-yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kick ) 10:14 
2-UM - D 'Addio 19-yard pass from Esiason (kick failed)J4:52 
2-UW -All en 71 -yard passjrom Cowan (Nelson ki ck) 5.21 
3-UM - Tice 36-yard pass from Esiason (conversion failed) 

12:18 

4-UM - Nash 2-yard run (Tice pass from Esiason) 10 44 



4-UW_ -Allen 1 1 -yard pass from Cowan (Nelson kic k) 0:06 



UM 



UW 



First Downs 



Rushing Y ards 
Passing 



68 



251 



369 



Com p-Att-Int 



19-32-1 



35-55-0 



Return Yards 
Punts-Avg 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 



45 



43 



7-38.0 



5-450 



2-1 



4-4 



8-55 



7-50 



RUSHING-Maryland, Nash 11-41 Washington, Robinson 16-50 
PASSING-Maryland, Esiason 19-32-251 Washington. Cowan 
33-55-36! 

RECEIVING Maryland, Tice 6-85 Washington. SkansjJO-81, _ 

Alt 30 050 



Citrus Bowl 

Dec. 25, 1982 



UT 


MD 


#*-J 


30 


23 



Tennessee 



20 Maryland 



23 



ORLANDO, Fla. - Tennessee scored two touchdowns in 
the fourth quarter to overcome a 20-16 deficit and defeat 
the Terps, 30-23, in the 1983 Citrus Bowl. Maryland took a 
four-point lead into the fourth quarter, thanks to outstanding 
play from reserve quarterback Frank Reich. Reich entered 
the game in the second quarter when starter Boomer Esiason 
suffered a shoulder injury. Reich's one mistake of the day. 
an interception early in the fourth quarter, set the Vols on 
Maryland's 14-yard line which led to a Tennessee touchdown 
run that was the difference. 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



Maryland 



11 



Tennessee 



6 



14 - 



1-UM -Atkinson 18-yard field goal 4 01 

1 -UT - Taylor 1 2 pass from Cockrell (Reveiz kick) 1 04 

2AIU • Atkinson 48-yard field goal 13 43 

24JM -Atkinson 31-yard field_goal 12:01 

2-UT - Reveiz 25-yard field goal 4 34 

3-UM - Atkinson 22-yard field goal 10 47 



3-UT - Henderson 19-yard run (Cockrell pass failed) 5.29_ 
3-UM • Badanjek 3-yard run (Badanjek run) 4 14 
4-UT- Jones 1-yard run (Reveiz kic k) 14:01 
4-UT - Jones 2-yard run [Reveiz kick) 11:58 
4-UM - Atkinson 26-yard field goal 4 34 
UM 



UT 



First Downs 



25 



Rushing Yards 



201 



Passing 

Comp-Att-Int 
Return Yards 
Punts - Avg. 
Fumbles-Lost 



253 



185 



18-28-1 



16-23-1 



10 



26 



0-0 



1-47.0 



3-1 



1-1 



Penalties-Yards 



6-32 



1-5 



RUSHING-Maryland, Joyner 17-58 Tennessee. Jones 29-154 
PASSING-Maryland, Reich 14-22-192. Tennessee, Cockrell 

16-23-185 

RECEIVING Maryland David 4-66 Tennessee Duncan 6-59 
Att 50.183" 




Dave D'Addio rushes past Washington in the Aloha 
Bowl. 



Bobby Ross 
(far left) and 
Boomer 
Esiason 
(second 
from left) 
visit Goofy 
at the Magic 
Kingdom. 




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Cherry Bowl 



MD 


UT 




28 


27 



Maryland 
Tennessee 



28 
27 



EL PASO. Texas • The Maryland Terrapins were truly the 
comeback team of 1984 Maryland trailed Tennessee 21-0 at 
halftime and enjpted for a Terrapin bowl record 22 points In 
the third quarter Frank Reich s third-quarter touchdown pass 
to Ferrell Edmunds put the Terps up 22-21. but the ensuing 
kickoff was relumed for a touchdown by the Volunteers to 
give them a 27-22 lead. Then with 8:03 left to play, the Terps' 
offense pounded out a 5:05 dnve that was capped by a one- 
yard sconng run by Rick Badanjek for the game-winning 
touchdown 




Box Score 







2nd 


3rd 




F 


aryland 








22 


6 - 


28 


nnessee 


10 


11 


6 


- 


27 



1-UT • Jones 2-yard run (Reveiz kick) 6:34 
'•UT - Reveiz 24-yard field goal 2 29 
2-UT • Reveiz 52-yard field goal 5 13 
2-UT - McGee 6-yard pass (ram Robinson 

(McGee pass Irom Robinson) 37 
3-UM - Neal 57-yard run (pass failed) 10 35 
3-UM - Atkinson 23-yard field goal 6.32 
3-UM - Badanjek 1-yard run (run (ailed) 3 47 
3-UM • Edmunds 40-yard pass from Reich i Atkinso- • 
3-UT - Penuska 100-yard kickoff return (pass failed 
4-UM - Badanjek 1-yard run (pass failed 1 2 28 

UT 
First Downs 22 13 

Rushing Yards 229 '46 

Passing 201 132 

Comp-Att-Int 17-26-1 15-24-0 

Return Yards 80 194 

Punts-Avg 4-39.0 5-424 



Fumbles-Lost 



2-2 



2-2 



Penalties-Yards 8-63 W9 

RUSHING-Maryland Neal 12-107 Tennessee Jones 14-80 



PASSING-Maryland, Reich 17-28-201. Tenn.. Robinson 15-24- 



RECEIVING Maryland Hill 4-69 Tennessee McGee 6-66 
Alt 50 126 




Maryland 
Syracuse 



PONTIAC, Mich. - Quarterback Stan Gelbaugh completed 14 
passes for 223 yards, threw two TDs and rushed for another 
as Maryland defeated Syracuse 35-18. The Terrapins, who 
trailed 3-0 early in the first quarter, took their first lead thanks 
to Gelbaugh's four-yard touchdown run. Trailing 10-6 in the 
second quarter, Gelbaugh hit tight end Chns Knight for a three- 
yard score to put the Terps in the lead for good The touchdown 
pass also was the start of a 22-pomt second quarter that tied a 
Maryland bowl record for points scored in a quarter 



After rallying from a 21-0 halftime deficit, the Terps 
carried coach Bobby Ross off the field after winning 
the 84 Sun Bowl. 



Rick Badanjek scored a 
school-record 46 career 
touchdowns as a Terp. including 
the game-winner in Maryland's 
28-27 win over Tennessee 
in the 1984 Sun Bowl. 



Box Score 



• 



- 



F 
' - 








■ 
2-SU - Drunxn c- 
2-UM - Knigh t 3-yard pass from Gefcaugh (BarJaniek go) 8:50 

jr ) 1:43 

AMur-Raool 6-yard pass from Gefcaugh (Plo-.. • I 

3SU-McPteson l7-var:-j- Scr-*eoes 'rr W>*- 
UM SU 



FfStDOWS 






Rusting Yards 






- 



Cpmp-AB-Irt 






Pjin&Avg 



RUSHW&Marytand. Blount 24-135 Syracuse. McP herson 21-111. 
PASSING-Marytand. Gefcaugh 14-20-223 Syracuse. McPherson 

18-30-204. 

RECEIVING: Maryland. AMur-Ra'oof 5-86 Syracuse. Slaro 4-69 
Alt 51 858 




Len Lynch 
(63) hoists 
the 1985 
Cherry Bowl 
trophy. 



POSTSEASON 
HISTORY 



Independence Bowl 

Dec. 15, 1990 



MD 


LT 


LOUISIANA IFCH 

us. 

MARYLAND 


34 


34 



Maryland 
Louisiana Tech 



34 
34 

SHREVEPORT, La. • 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. 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



Maryland 



14 







14 



F 
34 



Louisiana Tech 



14 14 



6 - 



1-UM - JacksonJ-yard run (DeArmas kic k) 11:59 _ 
1-UM - Jackson 2-yard run (DeArmas kick) 5 06 
2-LT - Richardson 5-yard run (Boniol kick) 8 30 
2-LT - Davis 3-yard run (Boniol kick) 0:17 
3-LT- Richardson 1-yard run [Boniol kick) 10:35 
3-UM - Jackson 11-yard run [kick failed) 7:44 



3-LT - Slaughter 7-yard pass from Johnson (Boniol kick) 5.52 
4-LT - Boniol 36-yard field goal 13:52 
4-UM - Mason 28-yard pass from Zolak (DeArmas kick) 1 1 20 
4-UM ■ Johnson 15-yard pass from Zolak (DeArmas kick) 0:5 2 
4-LT - Boniol 28-yard field goal 00 

UM LT 



First Downs 
Rushing Yards 
Passing 
Comp-Atl-lnl 
Return Yards 
Punts-Avg 



16 



25 



191 



150 



115 



254 



11-18-1 



18-28-3 



22 



3 



4-372 



1-340 



Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 



1-1 



3-1 



9-88 



6-53 



RUSHING-Maryland. Jackson 17-50 La Tech, Richardson 27-81 
PASSING-Maryland, Zolak 7-16-159 La Tech. Johnson 7-8-70 
RECEIVING Maryland, Johnson 5-107 La. Tech, Slaughter 5-66. 
Att: 48,325 



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Oranoe Bowl 



Jan. 2, 2002 




Florida 
Maryland 

MIAMI - 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 14 



21 



7 - 



Mary land 



13 - 



23 



1-UF 
1-UF 
1-UM 
2AM 
2-UF 
2-UF 



Graham 1-yard run (Chandler kick) 9:51 
Jacobs 46-yard pass from Berlin (Chandler kick) 12 
■ Williams 64-yard pass from Hill (Novak kick) 00 
■Novak 20-yard field goal! 2 20 



Jacobs 15-yard pass from Grossman (Chandler kick) 218 
Gaffney 4-yard pass from Grossman (Chandler kick) 0:03 
3-UF - Graham 6-yard run [Chandler kick) 11 22 



3-UF - Gillespie 11-yard run (Chandler kick) 7:26 

3-UF - Gaffney 33-yard pass from Grossman (Chandler kick) 2:52 
4-UM - Riley 1-yard run (Novak kick) 11:56 
4-UF - Perez 10-yard pass from Grossman (Chandler kick) 1016 
4-UM - Riley 10-yard run [Novak kic k) 5:10 



UM 



UF 



19 



30 



103 



203 



257 



456 



23-39-1 



33-49-2 



189 



9.) 



546.2 



2-53,0 



First Downs 

Rushing Yards 
Passing 
Comp-Att-Int 
Return Yards 

Punts-Avg, 

Fumbles-Lost 

Penalties-Yards 

RUSHING-Maryland, Hill 11-31 Florida, Graham 16-149 

PASSING-Maryland, Hill 23-39-257 Florida, Grossman 20-28- 

248 

RECEIVING-Maryland, Murphy 542 Flonda, Jacobs 10-170 
Att: 73,640 



0-0 



2-1 



4-20 



643 






Curome Cox set a school bowl record with 
a 54-yard interception return lor touchdown 
in the Peach Bowl. 



Clarence Jones (74) lifts Troy Jackson in the air after 
the Terps' third-quarter score in the '90 Independence 
Bowl. 



Marc Riley ran for two touchdowns, including this 
10-yard run in the fourth quarter. 



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Dec. 31, 2002 


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UT 




30 


3 



Maryland 
Tennessee 



30 
3 



ATLANTA • The Terps posted their first bowl win since 
1985 with a dominating performance against the Tennessee 
Volunteers QB Scott McBnen ran for a pair of touchdowns. 
Nick Novak booted three field goals, All-Amenca linebacker 
EJ. 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 McBnen and taking a 17-3 lead into 
intermission It was the most lopsided bowl loss in UT history. 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



Maryland 



10 



10 



F 
3 

30 



< -UM- McBnen 1-, ■ .d p 6:00 

2-UM - Coi 54-yard interceptor return (Novak tod 
s 38-yard field g oal 4:46 
• ; -yafd field goo 
-•: field go al 6:48 



4-UM- 
4-UM- 



McBnen 6-yard run (Nova k kick) 12:55 
UT 



UM 



F«stOo*re 
Rushog Yards 
Passing 

- — ^~ ., 






154 



242 



120 



23-37-1 



11-1M 



85 



177 



647 7 



3-503 






2-1 



8-68 



2-10 



RUSHMG-Marytand Perry 15-50 Tennessee Houston 9-34 
PASSING"--, and McBnen 11-194-120. Tennessee Clausen 

RECEMNGAtaP/and. Harnson 4-74 ' Tenness ee "Brown 5-75 ~ 



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25 


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Nick Novak kicked three field goals and three extra 
points in the 30-3 win over Tennessee to help the 
Terps snap a 16-year winless streak in bowl games. 



Gator Bowl 

Jan I, 2004 



MD 


WV 


41 


7 




Maryland 
West Virginia 

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. ■ Former Mountaineer Scott McBnen 
threw for a career-high 381 yards to help Maryland to a 41- 
7 victory over West Virginia in the Gator Bowl, a rematch of 
a regular-season game that was almost as lopsided Playing 
against the team he left in 2001 , McBnen threw for three scores 
and ran for another. His teammate, Steve Suter, returned a 
punt for a touchdown and made a highlight-reel catch to help 
the Terrapins reach 10 wins for the third-straight year under 
coach Ralph Fnedgen. 



Box Score 



2nd 3rd 4th 



West Virginia 
Maryland 



7 



10 14 10 



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 - Suter 76-yard punt return (Novak kickj 13 55 



2-UM - J Williams 22-yard pass from McBnen (Nova! • ■ 

3-UM - McBnen 2-yard run (Novak kickj 8 40 

3-WV - R. Marshall 1 5-yard run (Cooper kickj 6 1 

3-UM - Nick Novak 24-yard field g< a 

4-UM - Walker 14-yard punt return (Novak kicki 6:42 

UM WV 

First Downs 



26 



Rushes-Yards 

Passing Yards 

Comp-Att-Int 

Return Yards 

Punts-Av g. 

Fumbles 

Penalties-Yards 



48-141 



29-155 



381 



21-33-0 



11-19-0 



114 



165 



2-33 5 



7424 



5-0 



2-2 



6-45 



WO 



RUSHING- Maryland. Perry 2 0-67. West Virgini a. Hams 6-56 
PASSING- Maryland. McBnen 21-33-0-3f Marshall 

10-16-0-87. 

RECEIVING- Maryland. Suter 4-84 West Wgma , H enry 3-46. 
Ul 




Gafor Bowl MVP Scott McBrien threw for a career-high 
381 yards against his former team in his final college 
game. 




Steve Suter returned a punt 76 yards for a 
touchdown in Maryland's 41-7 rout of West 
Virginia in the 2004 Gator Bowl. 



THE 34-POINT 

MARGIN OF 

VICTORY IN 

THE 2004 

GATOR BOWL 

IS THE LARGEST 

IN MARYLAND'S 

22-GAME BOWL 

HISTORY 



POSTSEASON 
HISTORY 



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Dec 29, 2006 



MD 


PU 


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24 


7 



Maryland 24 

Purdue 7 

ORLANDO, Fla. - Maryland won its school record third-straight 
bowl game in style, posting a dominating 24-7 victory over 
Purdue in the Champs Sports Bowl. Senior Sam Hollenbach 
passed for 223 yards and two touchdowns to earn game MVP 
honors, while junior Lance Ball had 98 rushing yards to lead a 
ground attack which piled up 208 yards, much of that coming in 
the first half when the Terps built a 21 -0 lead and never looked 
back. The Terrapins were able to keep Purdue's offense, 
the NCAAs 10th best at 425 yards per game, in check. The 
Boilermakers were held to 21 rushing yards and 285 total 
yards. Junior Keon Lattimore added 86 rushing yards on 20 
carries for the Terps, who held the ball for 39:48. It was the 
fourth bowl appearance for the Terps under the six-year reign 
of head coach Ralph Friedgen.. 




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Lance Ball had 98 of 
Maryland's 208 rushing 
yards in the Terps' 24-7 
win over Purdue in the 
2006 Champs Sports 
Bowl. 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd 


4th 


F 


Purdue (8-6) 7 





7 


Maryland (9-4) 7 14 3 





24 




1-MD - Haynos 4 yd pass from Hollenbach (E 


nms 


kick), 04:33 


2-MD - Jackson 1 yd run (Ennis kick), 13:33 


2-MD - Heyward-Bey 46 yd pass from Hollenbach (Ennis kick), 
205 


2-PUR - Orton 12 yd pass from Painter (Summers 


kick) 00:30 


3-MD - Ennis 22 yd field qoal, 06:44 


M0 




PUR 


First Downs 20 




12 


Rushes-Yards 50-206 




13-21 


Comp-Att-Int 15-24-0 




23-36-1 


Passinq Yards 223 




264 


Return Yards 26 




75 


Punts-Averaqe 4-39.2 




642.2 


Fumbles-Lost 1-0 




1-1 



Penalties-Yajds 5-31 4-33 

RUSHING : Maryland, Ball 18-98 Purdue, Taylor 6-19. 
PASSING- Maryland. Hollenbach 15-24-0-233. Purdue: Painter 

1 5-24-0-221 

RECEIVING- Ma ryland, Heyward-Bey 4-81. Purdue, Bryant 8-101 . 
Att: 40,168. 




Champ Sports Bowl MVP Sam Hollenbach threw for a 
pair of scores to lead the Terps to a bowl win over the 
Purdue Boilermakers. 




Emerald Bowl 

Dec. 20, 2007 



OS 


MD 




21 


14 



Oregon State 
Maryland 



21 



14 



SAN FRANCISCO - Chris Turner threw for 205 yards and a 
pair of touchdowns, including a 63-yarder to Darrius Heyward- 
Bey, but Oregon State used 275 yards on the ground to earn 
a 21-14 victory over Maryland in the 2007 Emerald Bowl 
played at AT&T Park. The game was just Maryland's second in 
California in the program's history, and the Terps' first meeting 
with a Pac-10 team since the 1982 Aloha Bowl. 



Box Score 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 



M aryland 



14 







Oregon S tate 



1-MD - Isaiah Williams 9 pass from Chns Turner (Obi Egekeze 

kick), 10 :21 

1-OS - James Rodgers 14 pass from Sean Canfield (Alexis Sema 

kick), 6:38 

1-MD - Darrius Heyward-Bey 63 pass from Chris Turner (Egekeze 

kick), 1:00 

2- OS ■ Yvenson Bernard 2 run (Serna kick ), 0:16 

3-OS - James Rodgers, fumble recovery in end zone (Sema kick), 

0:10 



MD 



OS 



First Downs 
Rushes-Yards 
Comp-Att-Int 
Passing Yards 
Return Yards 
Punts -Ave rage 
Fumbles-Lost 
Penalties-Yards 



11 



24 



25-19 



54-275 



17-29-2 



13-23-1 



205 



108 



162 



7-37.6 



5-32.2 



1-0 



3-2 



7-57 



7-54 



Sacks By- Yards Lost 
Time of Possession 



5-23 



2-19 



26:47 



33:13 



RUSHING-Maryland, Lattimore 7-16. Oregon State Bernard 38- 

177. 

PASSING-Maryland. Turner, 17-29-2-205-2 Oregon State, 

Canfield, 8-14-1-68-1. 



RECEIVING-Maryland. Heyward-Bey 3-99 Oregon State, Rodgers 

540. 

Att: 32,517. 




Erin Henderson closed out his Terrapin career with 11 
tackles in the Emerald Bowl vs. Oregon State. 




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All-Time Bowl Game Records 



Individual Records 

Rushing Yards 

165 (23 earnest. Lu Gambmo vs Georgia. 1948 Gator 
153 (28), Ed Modzelewski vs Tennessee. 1952 Sugar 
159 (39), Charlie Wysocki vs Florida. 1980 Tangenne 

Blount vs Syracuse. 1985 Cherry 
127 (20), Steve Atkins vs. Florida. 1975 Gator 
126 (29), Louis Carter vs Geofgia. 1973 Peach 
108 (8). Ed Vereb vs Oklahoma. 1956 Orange 
107 (12). Tommy Neal vs Tennessee. 1984 Sun 

Rushing Attempts 

39. Charlie Wysocki vs Florida. 1980 Tangenne 

Rushing Touchdowns 

3. Troy Jackson vs Louisiana Tech. 1990 Independence 

Longest Touchdown Run 

57 yards, Tommy Neal vs Tennessee. 1984 Sun 

Passing Yards 

Scon McBnen vs. West Virginia, 2004 Gator 
257 (23 ol 39. 1 TO. 1 1nt .), Shaun Hill vs. Florida. 2002 Orange 

251 (19of 32, 2 TD. 1 1t). Boomer Eseson vs. Washington. 1982 Aloha 

15 of 24, 2 TD), Sam Hollenbach vs. Purdue. 2006 Champs 
Sports 

■■s of 20. 2 TD. 1 lit). Stan Gelbaugh vs. Syracuse. 1985 
Cherry 
215(17 of 28, 1 TD. 3 Int.). Scott Zolak vs Louisiana Tech. 1990 

Independence 
211 (12 of 20, 1 Int.), Larry Dick vs. Minnesota. 1977 Hall of 
Fame 

■ ank Reich vs. Tennessee. 1984 Sun 

Pass Completions 

HJvs Flonda. 2002 Orange 

Pass Attempts 

39. Shaun H* vs Flonda. 2002 Orange 

Passing Touchdowns 

3 Scott McBnen vs West Virginia. 2004 Gator 
2. Boomer Esiason vs Washington. 1 982 Aloha 

:-elbaugh vs. Syracuse. 1985 Cherry 
2 Scott Zolak vs. Louisiana Tech. 1990 Independence 
2. Chns Turner vs. Oregon State, 2007 Emerald 

Longest Touchdown Pass 

68. Lous Carter to Walter White vs Georgia. 1973 Peach 

Total Offense 

367 yards (minus 14 run. 381 pass). Scott McBnen vs West 

Virginia. 2004 Gator 
288 yards (31 run. 257 pass). Shaun Hill vs. Flonda, 2002 Orange 

252 yards (1 run. 251 pass). Boomer Esiason vs. Washington. 
1963 Aloha 



y. Receptions 



126 yards). Charlie White vs. Minnesota. 1977 Hall of Fame 

Receiving Yards 

126 (8 rec). Charlie White vs Mreiesota. 1977 Hall of Fame 
107 (5 rec. 1 TDi. Barry Johnson vs. Louisiana Tech. 1990 
(dependence 

106 (2 rec. 1 TD). Waller WWe vs. Georgia. 1973 Peach 
99 (3 rec . 1 TDI. Damus Heyward-Bey vs. Oregon State. 2007 
Emerald 



Touchdown Receptions 

2. Jafar Williams from Scott McBnen vs. West Virginia. 2004 
Gator 

1. Lu Gambmo from John Baroni, 1948 Galor 

1. Bob Shemonski from Ed Fullerton, 1952 Gator 

1. Walter White from Louis Carter, 1973 Peach 

1. Kim Hoover from Larry Dick. 1975 Gator 

1. Enc Sievers from Mark Manges. 1977 Cotton 

1. Dave D'Addio from Boomer Esiason, 1982 Aloha 

1. John Tice from Boomer Esiason. 1982 Aloha 

1. Ferrell Edmunds from Frank Reich. 1984 Sun 

1. Chns Knight from Stan Gelbaugh, 1985 Cherry 

1 , Aazuddin Abdur-Ra'oof from Stan Gelbaugh, 1 985 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 McBnen, 2004 Gator 

1, Joey Haynos from Sam Hollenbach, 2006 Camps Sports 

1 Darnus Heyward-Bey from Sam Hollenbach, 2006 Champs 

Sports 
1. Isaiah Williams from Chns Turner. 2007 Emerald 
1. Darnus Heyward-Bey from Chris Turner. 2007 Emerald 

All-Purpose Yardage 

198 (84 rec, 114 ret). Steve Suter vs. West Virginia. 2004 Gator 
189 (165 rush, 24 reel. Lu Gambino vs. Georgia. 1948 Gator 
184 (93 rush, 47 rec. 44 ret I 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 
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 



Longest Punt Return for a TD 
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 



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 Wrg 

12. 1983 Citrus vs Tennessee 

Fewest First Downs 

9. 1956 Orange vs. Oklahoma 

Rushing Yards 

289 yards, 1952 Sugar vs Tennssssc 

Rushing Attempts 

54, 1980 Tangenne (177 yards) vs Flonda 

54. 1984 Sun (229 yards) vs. Tennessee 

Rushing Touchdowns 

3. 1950 Gator vs. Mtssoun 
3. 1984 Sun vs. Tennessee 
3. 1990 Independence vs. Louisiana Tech 

Fewest Rushing Yards 

19. 2007 Emerald vs Oregon State 

Passing Yards 

381 yards. 2004 Gator vs. West Virginia 

Pass Completions 

23. 2002 Orange vs. Flonda 

Pass Attempts 

43. 19" 17 ;mptetions) 

Passing Touchdowns 

3. 2004 Gator vs. West Virginia 

Fewest Passing Yards 

16. 1950 Gator vs Missouri 

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 

J ' : ": n each vs. Georgia 
3. 1974 Liberty vs. Tennessee 

Penalty Yards 

120 on 12 penalties. 1952 Sugar vs. Tennessee 



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. 

Southern Conf. Standings 



I 47 2 9 ] *5 H 16 M 16 »8 '? 31 «• l 



Team 



SC 

W-L-T 



Overall 
W-L-T 



No. Carolina 5-0-0 7-4-0 



M arylan d 



4-0-0 9-1-0 



Wash & Lee 3-1-1 3-5-1 



Duke 



4-2-0 6-3-0 



Win. & Mary 4-2-0 6-4-0 



The Citadel 



2-2-0 4-5-0 



Clemson 
Furman 



Gator Bowl: 



2-2-0 44-2 



3-3-0 3-6-0 



Team 


SC 
W-L-T 


Overall 
W-L-T 


So. Carolina 


3-3-0 


4-6-0 


Wake Forest 


3-3-0 


4-6-0 


G. Washington 


2-3-0 


4-5-0 


NC State 


3-6-0 


3-7-0 


Virginia Tech 


1-5-2 


1-7-2 


Richmond 


2-6-0 


3-7-0 


Davidson 


1-5-0 


2-8-0 


irl Game 

20, Missouri 7 



Maryland Results (9-1, 4-0) 

9-1-0(4-0 4-1. 1-i)i • SC 4-0-0 2nd 






Head Coach: Jim Tatum 


S24 




• at Virqinia Tech 


W 


J4-7 


SJU 




Georqetown 


w 


33-7 


08 [-1 


113] 


at Michiqan State 


L 


7-14 


022 




■ at NC State 


W 


14-6 


029 




• South Carolina " c 


w 


44-7 


N5 


[15] 


• George Washington 


w 


40-14 


N12 [-1 


at Boston University 


w 


14-13 


N24 [151 


H 


West Virqinia 


w 


47-7 


D2 [141 


H 


at Miami 


w 


13-0 


Gator Bowl 


J2 [141 


1201 


Missouri ' 


w 


20-7 


.ii .i.ii ksonville Fla [Gatoi Bowl) 




Ed "Mighty Mo" Modzelewski running for 
a TD at NC State on Oct. 22. 



1951 

Southern Conference 
Co-Champions 

Maryland completed its only undefeated season in history and clobbered 
top-ranked and heavily favored Tennessee in the Sugar Bowl to lay its 
own claim to a national crown. Led by All-America tackles Bob Ward and 
Ray Krouse, brothers Ed and Dick Modzelewski, and QB Jack Scarbath, 
Maryland accepted a Sugar Bowl invitation against the recommendation 
of Southern Conference presidents who sought for all league institutions 
to boycott the bowls. The Terps were decided underdogs against No. 1 
Tennessee, but Ed "Mighty Mo" Modzelewski's 153 rushing yards and a 
28-13 victory prompted Tennessee coach Bob Neyland to state, "We were 
soundly beaten by a superior team." 

Southern Conf. Standings 



Ranked 3 rd 







Team 

Maryland 



SC 
W-L-T 

5-0-0 



Overall 
W-L-T 
10-0-0 



VMI 



5-0-0 7-3-0 



Wash & Lee 

Wm & Mary 

Clemson 

Duke 

South Carolina 

Wake Forest 



5-1-0 
5-1-0 
3-1-0 
4-2-0 
5-3-0 
5-3-0 



6-4-0 
7-3-0 
7-3-0 
5-4-1 
54-0 
6-4-0 



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 State 


2-6-0 


3-7-0 


Richmond 


2-6-0 


3-8-0 


The Citadel 


1-3-0 


4-6-0 


Furman 


1-4-1 


3-6-1 


Davidson 


1-5-0 


1-8-0 


Virginia Tech 


1-7-0 


2-8-0 


irl Game 

28, Tennessee 13 



Maryland Results (lO-O, 5-0) 



10-0-0 (5-0 3-0 




SC 5-0-0, Co-Champions 






Head Coach ji 


nTalu 


n 






S29 [161 


H 


• at Washington & Lee 


W 


54-14 


06 [9J 


1-1 


• George Washington 


w 


33-6 


013 [10] 


1-1 


31 Georgia 


w 
w 


43-7 


O20 [7J 


t-l 


• North Carolina 


14-7 


027 [5J 


H 


at Louisiana State 


w 


27-0 


N3 141 


[-1 


Missouri '" 


w 


35-0 


N10 [31 




Navy' 


w 


40-21 


N17 |51 


1-1 


• NC State 


w 


53-0 


N24 [4] 


1-1 


• West Virginia 


w 


54-7 


Sugar Bowl 










J2 [3[ 


[11 


Tennessee 


w 


28-13 


' at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium) 



- at New Orleans. La (Tulane-Sugar Bowl Stadium) 




Chet "The Jet" Hanulak raced for this 
31-yard TD vs. Missouri on Nov. 3. 




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1952 

The amazing win streak continued in 1952, bul il ended abruptly and 
Maryland was kept out ol a bowl game despite its No 13 final ranking The 
Terps had amassed 19 straight wins and 22 straight games without a defeat 
before falling 21-14 at Mississippi on Nov. 15. The end came in the eighth 
game ol a schedule that was revised heavily after Southern Conference 
teams refused to play Maryland because the Terps had chosen to play in 
the previous season's Sugar Bowl. Ole Miss scored a pair of fourth-quarter 
touchdowns to upend the Terps, and Maryland fell 27-7 to Alabama the 
following week to quell any hopes of a bowl bid Bernie Faloney and Jack 
Scarbalh both were All-Amencans and Scarbath, a preseason favonte to 
win the Heisman Trophy, finished second in the balloting. 



Ranked 13 



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Head Coach Jim Tatum 


S20 [2] 


H 


at Missouri 


W 


13-10 


S27 121 


H 


at Auburn 


W 


13-7 


04 [3] 


H 


Clemson 


w 


28-0 


011 141 


[191 


at Georgia 


w 


37-0 




[20| 


Navy 




38-7 


21 


H 


Louisiana State " 


' 


34-6 


N1 121 




at Boston U 




34-7 


N15 [31 


1111 


at Mississippi 


L 


'--. ' 


N22 |81 


[141 


at Alabama 









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Jack Scarbath was the runner-up for the 
Heisman Trophy in 7952. 



1953 

ACC Co-Champions 

College Park was home to the nation s No. 1 football team. The Maryland 
gnd learn swept past its 10 regular-season opponents with a perfect record 
and. in so doing, scored a total of 298 points while limiting its opposition to a 
record 3 1 . Coach Jim Tatum was named the national coach of the year and 
many Ok) Line players were selected to vanous all-star teams Operating 
out of the split T. Maryland ranked sixth in the nation in total offense with 
a 3595-yard average. On defense, the team yielded only 193.2 yards per 
game and led the country in rushing (83.9) and scoring defense (3.1). Dunng 
the '53 campaign, the Terps made up for two defeats handed them in 1952 
by deosrvety beating Mississippi and Alabama After the Terps downed 
Miami 30-0. Hurricanes coach Andy Gustafson summed up the nation's 
top team by saying, •Maryland has one of the greatest teams I've ever 
seen " Maryland began the season with a No 9 preseason ranking by the 
Associated Press and took over the top spot in the polls on the final week of 
the regular season after the No 2 Terps waxed the No 11 CnmsonTide,21- 
The top-ranked and undefeated Terps bed No 18 Duke for the inaugural 
ACC Mle. but fel to 10-1 after losing the Orange Bowl to Oklahoma. 7-0 

ACC Standings 



National Champions 




First row, from left: Duke Wyre. head trainer. Ed O'Connor Ralph Felton; Stan Jones; co-captains Bob Morgan and Bernie Faloney: 
Chet Hanulak: Dick Nolan; Charles Lattimer. Marty Crytzer Tom Breumch; John Irvine; Herb Hoffman Second row: John Bowersox; 
Dick Shipley; Dick Bielski: Lynn Beightol. Ed Vereb: Ron Waller. Paul Kramer Bill Walker. George Palahunik: Al Wharton: Don Espy: Tom 
Selep Third row: Charles Boxold: Tom Schloemer; Fred Tullai: Tim Flynn; Dave Nusz: John Memcks; Stan Polyanski. George Albrecht 
Don Brougher. Ralph Baieri. Russell Dennis: Bob Haroth. Jim Ryan; Joe Homing Fourth row: Dick O'Donnell: Jim Skarda; Bill Venter 
Ed Perry; John Uack: Augie Waibel; Hal Tray: Lynn Szafranski: Gene Dyson; Frank Bartko; Gene Sullivan; Joe Ponzo: Vic GHona: Bob 
Pellegnm Fifth row: Ben Kopel: Dave Ritter Dick Porter Jim Parsons; Tom McLudoe: John Weioecowski; Roger Curry: Ray Blackburn: 
George Oaves; Bob Pivec: Jim Kikjallen. Martin Greenberg, head manager John Lacey. assistant trainer. Sixth row: Managers Tom Cox. 
Donald Date and Tom O'Rourke. Assistant coaches Tom Mont Vem Seibert Jack Hennemier. Warren G«se and Emmetl Cheek. Head 
coach Jim Tatum; Assistant coaches Bob Ward. Bill Dovell and Eddie Teague 



Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


• 


- 


105 


27 




217 








70 


6 






38 


i-olina 


2-3-0 


58 


70 


I 


198 


97 


^Ttina 




67 


99 


4-6-0 


173 


187 






52 


75 


3*1 


123 


157 






25 


34 


3-5-1 


139 


17? 


n; S:=:e 


0+0 


14 


80 


1-9-0 


80 


263 


. -:- = 








1+0 


75 


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ACC Bowl Game 

Orange Bowl: Oklahoma 7, Maryland 



Maryland Results (10-1. 


3-0) 






Head Coach: Jim " 








191 


H 


at Missouri 






20-6 


S26 [91 


H 


Washington 8 Lee 




W 


52-0 


03 [31 


H 


•at Clemson 




w 


2(H) 


m 


l-l 


Geoq 3 




w 


40-13 


017 [31 


1-1 


• at North Caroina 




w 


2M 


023 [31 


H 


-: '.' i~ 




w 


30-0 


030 [2] 


H 


•South Caroina* 




w 


24-6 


121 


H 


George Washington" 




.V 


27-6 


N14 [21 


.... 


'.' : : :: :: 




w 


3frO 


N21 [21 


["1 


-=:=-; 




w 


21-0 


OranqeBonH 












J1 Ml 


HI 


Oklahoma 1 




L 


0-7 


-i ---: -■ 


:' '.=S" -;-;- 




. (Orange Bowli 








The Terps carried coach Jim Tatum off the field at UNC after a 26-0 shutout of the Tar Heels. 



POSTSEASON 
HISTORY 



1954 

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 74-1 3 
Thanksgiving Day shellacking of Missouri. Maryland finished the season 
with a No. 8 national ranking 



ACC Standings 



uwpiii inn i ujii.ii i i.i i — - nj.u*wir£ 



Ranked 8 th 



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*&-* !■■!' '*'' ■■■ "' ■ JL II 



Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Duke 


4-0-0 


122 


47 


3-2-1 


270 


161 


Maryland 


4-0-1 


124 


27 


7-2-1 


280 


67 


North Carolina 


4-2-0 


93 


126 


4-5-1 


140 


222 


South Carolina 


3-3-0 


86 


94 


6-4-0 


172 


153 


Clemson 


1-2-0 


40 


49 


5-5-0 


193 


121 


Wake Forest 


1-4-1 


106 


107 


2-7-1 


129 


165 


Virginia 


0-2-0 


14 


53 


3-6-0 


113 


162 


NC State 


0-4-0 


27 


109 


2-8-0 


104 


193 


ACC Bowl Game 

Orange Bowl: Duke 34, Nebraska 7 



Maryland Results (7-2-1, 4-0-1) 

7-2-1 (5-0. 2-2-1) -ACC: 4-0-1, 2nd 




Head Coach JimTatum 


S18 [31 


H 


at Kentucky 


W 


24-0 


01 I61 


[41 


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 " c 


W 


42-14 


N13 [171 


H 


• Clemson 


w 


16-0 


N20 [131 


[-1 


George Washington 


w 


48-6 


N25 [101 


[-1 


Missouri 


w 


74-13 






7954 co-captains Dick Bielski (41) and 
John Irvine (50). 



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r 
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Ranked 3 rd 



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 1 5-game win streak snapped with a 20-6 loss to Oklahoma 
in the Orange Bowl. Terp center Bob Pellegrini was a consensus All- 
Amencan and national college lineman of the year. 



ACC Standings 

ACC 
Team 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 


i 6-0 


120 


209 


NC Stale 


0-2-1 


38 


71 


4-5-1 


206 


193 


Virginia 


0-4-0 


42 


80 


1-9-0 


96 


201 


ACC Bowl Game 

Orange Bowl: Oklahoma 20, Maryland 6 








Maryland Results (10-1, 4-0) 



10-1-0 (5-0. 5-0, 0-1) -ACC 4-0-0, Co-Champions 

Head Coach JimTatum 

S17 

S24 



[8] [-] at Missouri 
151 



W 13-12 



[1] UCLA 



W 7-0 



01 


|11 


1201 


at Baylor 


W 20-6 


08 


|1| 


H 


• Wake Forest 


W 28-7 


015 


|2| 




• at North Carolina 


W 25-7 


022 


PI 


H 


at Syracuse 


W 34-13 


029 


|11 


H 


• South Carolina " 


W 27-0 


N5 


[11 


H 


Louisiana State 


W 13-0 


N12 


[21 


H 


• at Clemson 


W 25-12 


N19 


(21 


H 


George Washington 


W 19- 



Orange Bowl 

J2 PI [1] 



Oklahoma ' 



L 6-20 



' at Miami, Fla (Orange Bowl) 




Sob Pellegrini accepts his national 
college lineman of the year award. 



1973 

' In his second season at Maryland, head coach Jerry Claiborne lifted 

k the Terps lo a 5-1 mark in the ACC. and their first national ranking in 12 

seasons The Terps were 5-3 after a 42-22 loss to No 6 Penn State, but 

k three decisive wins over Virginia, Clemson and Tulane earned Maryland a 

bid to its first bowl game since the 1956 Orange Bowl, Maryland dominated 

* Georgia in the Peach Bowl, outgaming the Bulldogs 461 to 284 on offense 

and dnving inside the Georgia 20-yard line seven times. Four turnovers 
proved costly, however, and after a 10-10 tie at intermission, all Maryland 
could muster were a pair of fourth-quarter field goals by Steve Mike-Mayer. 
Defensive tackle Randy White earned the first of his two All-Amenca 

k awards 



ACC Standings 

ACC 
Team W-L-T 


Pts 


Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts 


Opp. 


NC State 


6-0-0 


197 


93 


9-3-0 


396 


251 


Maryland 


5-1-0 


173 


50 


84-0 


335 


141 


Clemson 


4-2-0 


147 


129 


5-6-0 


231 


263 


Virginia 


3-3-0 


122 


161 


4-7-I 


199 


300 


Duke 




58 


99 


2-8-1 


132 


204 


North Cj 


1-5-0 


150 


159 




242 


266 


Wake Forest 


0-5-1 


38 


194 


1-9-1 


73 


326 


ACC Bow 

Peach Bowl: 


1 Game 

Ge< 

NC 


m 

irgia 1 


. Marylanc 


16 






Liberty Bowt 


State 31. Kansas 18 







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Maryland Results (8-4, 5-1) 

8-4-0(4-2.3-1. 1-11 -ACC 5-1-0, 2nd 


Head Coach Jerry Claiborne 






S15 




West Virginia 


L 


13-20 


S22 




• at North Carolina 




23-3 


S29 




Villanova 


,', 


31.3 


06 




Syracuse 


'A 1 


38-0 


013 




• at NC State 


L 


22-24 


020 




• at Wake Forest 


W 


37-0 


027 




• Duke ' 


W 


30-10 


N3 [-1 


PI 


Penn State 


L 


22-42 


N10 




• Virginia " ! 


W 


33-0 


N17 




• at Clemson 


W 


28-13 


N24 




Tulane 


W 


42-9 


Peach E 


- 




Georqia ■ 


L 


16-17 


alNorl ■ 


• at Atlanta. Ga (Fulton County Stadium,. 









Ail-Americans Randy White (94) and Paul 
Vellano (72) bring down Penn State's 
Heisman Trophy winner John Cappeltetti 
on Nov. 3. 



1974 

ACC Champions 

Maryland won its first conference championship in 18 years, sweeping 
past all six of its league opponents. It marked the 10th time in conference 
hstory that a team had gone unbeaten in league play. The Terps extended 
the* win streak against ACC foes to 10. Maryland took a top-10 ranking into 
the Uberty Bowl before falling to Tennessee. 7-3, and ending the season 
13th m the final AP poll Maryland's Randy White was a consensus All- 
Amencan and won both the Outend and Lombardi trophies. 



ACC Standings 



Team 
Maryland 



ACC 

W-L-T Pts. Opp. 



640 



198 35 



Clemson 

North C: 



130 135 



Overall 

W-L-T Pts. Opp. 

7-4-0 246 



146 115 



7-5-0 364 279 



145 120 



9-2-1 317 241 



:,- 



J4-0 110 136 



6-54 201 208 



Vtg me 



1-54 



61 111 



4-7-0 207 239 



WW 



31 169 



1-104 



74 348 



ACC Bowl Games 

Liberty Bowl Tennessee 7, Maryland 3 

Bluebonnet Bowl: 
Sun Bowl: 



Mississippi State 26, North Caroina 24 



Ranked 13 



th 




-.,, 




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>. — mm 










Maryland Results (8-4, 6-0) 






Head Coach Jerry Claiborne 


S14 [141 


|3] 


AaEar-a 


L 


16-21 


S21 [141 


H 


-:-:-i 


L 


10-17 


S28 




•'.:-- Zr: -3 


.'. 


24-12 


05 




at Syracuse 


,'. 


31-0 


012 




• C^SOI 


.'. 


41-0 


019 1181 


H 


•Wake Forest* 


h 




026 1151 


l"l 


•NC Stale 


,', 


20-10 


N2 [151 


[101 


at Penn State 


L 


17-24 


N9 [14] 


H 


v lama 


.', 


41-0 


N16 [131 


H 


■: - 


.'. 


56-13 


N23 [111 


H 


■ at Vrama 


,V 


10-0 


Uberty Bowl 


D16 [101 


[201 


!---.--■ 


. 




' at Tampa. Fla (Tampa Stadun); : at Nark*, va. (Foreman FeW); 


al Memphis 


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Jerry Claiborne (left) collects the Terps' 
1974 ACC title trophy. 



POSTSEASON 



! 



1975 

ACC Champions 

Maryland captured its second consecutive ACC 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. 



Ranked 13 th 



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 


74-1 


260 


210 


Wake Forest 


3-3-0 


145 


137 


3-8-0 


221 


264 


Clemson 


2-3-0 


102 


141 


2-9-0 


177 


381 


North Carolina 


1-4-1 


119 


159 


3-7-1 


207 


272 


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, 5-0) 

9-2-1 (4-1.4-1-1, 1-0) -ACC 5-0-0, Cha mpions 

Head Coach Jerry Claiborne 



S6 



[171 |-1 V illanova 



W 41-0 



S13 |141 1201 atTennessee 



L 8-26 



S20 



■ at North Carolina 



W 34-7 



S27 |201 [-1 at Kentucky 



T 10-10 



04 



Syracuse " c 



W 24-7 



011 



• NC State 



W 37-22 



018 [19] [-1 • at Wake Forest 



W 27-0 



N1 



[141 [91 Penn State 



L 13-15 



N8 



N15 



_[16j_ 



at Cincinnati 



W 21-19 



■ at Clemson 



W 22-20 



N22 [201 



• Virginia 



W 62-24 



Gator Bowl 



D29 [1 71 1131 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. 



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 
Ail-American. Maryland's No. 8 ranking in the final AP poll was the first Top 
1 finish by an ACC team since 1 960. 



ACC Standings 



Ranked 8 th 



Team 


ACC 

W-L-T Pts. 


Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


5-0-0 111 


24 


11-1-0 


294 


115 


North Carolina 


4-1-0 144 


102 


9-3-0 


243 


220 


Wake Forest 


3-3-0 124 


118 


5-6-0 


177 


206 


Duke 


2-3-1 125 


145 


5-5-1 


234 


245 


NC State 


2-3-0 97 


98 


3-7-1 


205 


258 


Virginia 


1-4-0- 40 


111 


2-9-0 


106 


266 


Clemson 


0-4-1 76 


123 


3-6-2 


172 


237 


'Loss to Virginia 


Tech counted as conference 


game 






ACC Bowl Games 

Cotton Bowl: Houston 30, Maryland 21 


Peach Bowl: 


Kentucky 21 . North Carolina 








Maryland Results (11-1, 5-0) 

11-1-0 (6-0, 5-0, 0-1) -ACC 5-0-0 Champions 


Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 


S11 [121 


H 


Richmond 


W 


31-7 


S18 [10] 


[-] 


at West Virginia 


w 


24-3 
42-28 


S25 [8J 


[_] 


at Syracuse 


w 


02 [7] 


H 


Villanova 


w 


20-9 


09 [7[ 


[-] 


• at NC Stale 


w 


16-6 

17-15 

30-3 


016 [5J 


[-] 


• A/ake Forest 


w 


023 [6J 


u 


• al Duke 


w 


O30 [51 


l-l 


Kentucky 


w 


24-14 


N6 [6J 


[-] 


Cincinnati 


w 


21-0 


N13 [61 


[-1 


• Clemson " 


w 


20-0 
28-0 


N20 [6J 




• at Virginia 


w 


Cotton Bowl 








J1 [4] 


161 


Houston ' 


L 


21-30 


' al Dallas, Texas 


(Cotton Bowl) 















Mark Manges was featured on the cover 
of Sports Illustrated on Oct. 4. 



1978 

The Terps fired out ol the gales 8-0 including a 31-7 homecoming win 
over No 20 NC Stale Maryland steadily rase in the polls, and after a 27- 
shutout of Duke, was No 5 heading into a showdown al No 2 Penn 
Stale The Nittany Lions won a 27-3 decision in front of 78.019 which 
dropped Maryland to No. 13 in the polls But after a 17-7 win at Virginia. 
the Terps were paired with Clemson for an ACC first-place showdown. No 
11 Maryland and No. 12 Clemson entered the regular-season finale both 
tied al 5-0 Clemson emerged from the Byrd Stadium shootout a 28-24 
victor The loss sent Maryland into a Sun Bowl matchup with Texas, where 
it suffered its worst bowl loss ever. 42-0 



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ACC Standings 

ACC 
Team W-L-T 


Pts Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Clemson 


6*0 


183 71 


11-1-0 


368 


131 


Maryland 


5-1-0 


159 62 


9-3-0 


261 


167 


NC State 


4-2-0 


133 112 


9-3-0 


280 


108 


North Carolina 


3*0 


124 132 


5*0 


199 


216 


Duke 


24-0 


56 108 


4-7-0 


108 


247 


Wake Forest 


1*0 


59 161 


1-10-0 


104 


■ 




0*0 


75 143 


2-9-0 


139 


236 


ACC Bowl Games 

Sun Bowl Texas 42. Maryland 


Tangerine Bowl: 


NC State 30. Pittsburgh '7 






Gator Bowl: 


Clemson 17, Ohio State 15 







Maryland Results (9-3, 5-1) 



9-3-0(4-1 5-1. 0-1) • 


«X: 5-1-0. 2nd 






Head Coach Jerry Claiborne 


S9 


Tulane 


W 


31-7 


S16 [20] [-] 


at Louisville 


w 


24-17 


S23 [181 H 


• at North Carolina 


w 


21-20 


S30 [151 H 


Kentucky 


W 


20-3 


07 [12] [20] 


• NC State * 


w 




014 [10] [-] 


at Syracuse 


• t 





021 [61 [-1 -Wake Forest 
028 [5] -at Duke 

N4 [51 [2] at p enn Stale 



W 39-0 
W 27-0 
L 3-27 



V 


H 


• at Virginia 




N18 [111 


1121 


•Clemson 


■ 


Sun Bowl 


D23 [131 


1141 


Texas 





at El Paso Texas (Sun Bowl) 




Tim O'Hare threw for a TD in the Terps' 
homecoming win on Oct. 7. 



1982 

Junior quarterback Boomer Esiason ted the Terrapins and first-year head 
coach Bobby Ross to a seven-game midseason win streak which earned 
Maryland its first national ranking in two seasons. After early season losses 
at No 7 Penn State and No. 17 West Virginia. Maryland scored points at 
wi while rottng through its ACC schedule The Terrapins' 31-point average 
was second only to its undefeated season of 1951. and Ross was named 
the national coach of the year by the Washington Touchdown Club A 31- 
24 wm 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 

ACC 
Team W-L-T Pts. 


Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 




6*C 




9-1-1 




147 




222 


121 


8*0 


373 


220 




- 


too 


8*0 


- 


149 


■ 


172 


1 


6*0 


307 


290 




■ 




6-5-0 






'. 'J " 3 


l*C 


214 


2*0 


208 


320 




0*0 91 


186 


3-8-0 


200 


286 


Georgia Tech 






6-5-0 


239 


286 


ACC Bowl Games 

Aloha Bowl Washinqton 21. Maryland 20 


Sun Bowl: 


North Carolina 26. Texas 10 







Maryland Besults (8-4, 5-1) 

8-W' c X 5-1-0. 2nd 


Head Coach:! 


:". Ross 






S11 H 


[71 


-: Pen Stale 


L 


31-39 


S18 H 


[171 


a- West Apia 


. 


18-19 


S25 




•NC Stale 


W 


23-6 


02 




at Syracuse 


w 


26-3 


09 




Indiana State 


w 


3M 


016 




•Wake Forest 


w 


52-31 


023 




•Duke-* 


w 


49-22 


O30 H 


[101 


•at North Carotna 


w 




N7 [19] 


H 


Ham 


w 


18-17 


N 


[111 


•Clemson 


L 


22-24 


N20 1191 


_H 


• at Virginia 


W 




Aloha Bowl 


D25 


PI 


.■,;;--:■:- 


L 


20-21 


3! HonokJu. Hawai (Aloha StarJum) 






Willie Joyner ran for a 15-yard TD in a 
win over Indiana State on Oct. 9. 



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. 



ACC Standings 



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Team 


ACC 
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 


Virginia 


3-3-0 


145 


150 


6-5-0 


252 


280 


NC State 


1-5-0 


108 


159 


3-8-0 


236 


246 


Wake Forest 


1-5-0 


150 


218 


4-7-0 


257 


281 


Clemson* 








9-1-1 


338 


200 


' 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 





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L 21-31 


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W 13-7 


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W 23-3 


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W 34-13 


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W 36-33 


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W 38-3 


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W 28-26 


N5 [7] 


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L 23-35 


N12 [111 


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L 27-52 


N19 [20| 


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W 29-6 


Florida Citrus Bowl 


D17 |161 


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Tennessee ' 




L 23-30 


' at Orlando. Fla (Flonc 


a Citrus Bowl) 






' Clemson ineligible for ACC title, game counts as 


Maryland win in 


ACC standings 




Frank Reich led the Terps to an upset 
win over Pittsburgh in his first college 
start on Sept. 24. 






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ACC Champions 

Maryland pocketed the championship for the second year in a row and 
earned its fifth outright crown over the past 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 12 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 


8-4-0 


337 


216 


North Carolina 


3-2-1 


119 125 


5-5-1 


234 


274 


Wake Forest 


3-3-0 


91 124 


6-5-0 


205 


232 


Georgia Tech 


2-2-1 


114 81 


6-4-1 


296 


201 


Duke 


1-5-0 


67 162 


2-9-0 


128 


301 


NC State 


1-5-0 


97 179 


3-8-0 


263 


211 


Clemson' 






7-4-0 


346 


215 


' Not eligible for championship by conference action 






ACC Bowl Games 

Sun Bowl: Maryland 28, Tennessee 27 


Peach Bowl: 


Virginia 27, Purdue 24 









Maryland Results (9-3, 6-0) 



9-3-0 (2-2. 5-1 


2-0) ■ 


«X: 6-0-0 Champions 






Head Coach: 


Jobby Ross 






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Syracuse 


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7-23 


S15 




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L 


14-23 


S22 [-1 


[171 


at West Virginia 


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20-17 


S29 


• Wake Forest 


W 


if. '7 


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at Penn State 


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W 


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W 


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• at North Carolina 


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' 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. 



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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 1 1 th time in 
13 seasons, the Terps took part in postseason play, knocking off Syracuse 
in the Cherry Bowl, 35-18. Maryland extended its ACC winning streak 
to 17 games with a 33-21 title-clinching victory over Virginia on the final 
weekend of the season Offensive tackle J D. Maarleveld was tabbed as a 
consensus All-Amencan. 



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Ranked 18 th 



ACC Standings 



Team 


ACC 

W-L-T 


Pts. Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


6-0-0 


192 92 


9-3-0 


326 


192 


Georgia Tech 


5-1-0 


136 55 


9-2-1 


252 


132 


Clemson 


4-3-0 


167 122 


6-6-0 


244 


222 


Virginia 


4-3-0 


172 150 


6-5-0 


262 


217 


North Carolina 


3-4-0 


129 154 


5-6-0 


224 


223 


Duke 


2-5-0 


94 174 


4-7-0 


193 


252 


NC State 


2-5-0 


121 189 


3-8-0 


186 


305 


Wake Forest 


1-6-0 


99 174 


4-7-0 


212 


249 


ACC Bowl Games 

Cherry Bowl: Maryland 35, Syrac 


use 18 






Independence Bow 


: Minnesota 20, Clemson 13 






All-American Bowl 


Georgia Tech 17, Michigan State 14 






Maryland Results (9-3, 6-0) 

9-3-0 (4-1. 3-1 , 2-1 1 - ACC 6-0-0 Champions 


Head Coach: Bobby Ross 


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Penn Slate 


L 18-20 


S14 [17] 


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Boston College ' 


W 31-13 


S21 [17] 


H 


West Virginia 


W 28-0 


S28 [17] 


[12[ 


al Michigan 


L 0-20 


05 




• al NC State 


W 31-17 


019 




• al Wake Forest 


W 26-3 


026 




■Duke 


W 4 


N2 




■ North Carolina " 


', 28-10 


N9 [-1 


[8] 


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L 22-29 


N1f 




• it :iemson 


W 34-31 


N29 




• Virginia 


W 33-21 


Cherry Bowl 


D21 




Syracuse 


W 35-18 


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Dan Plocki kicked a game-winning field 
goal with three seconds left to lift the 
Terps past Clemson on Nov. 16. 



2891 

ACC Champions 

Under first-year head coach Ralph Friedgen. the consensus national coach 
of the year, the Terps claimed their first ACC title since 1985 Maryland 
became the first team other than Flonda State to win the ACC title outright 
since the Seminotes joined the league in 1992. Maryland was selected to 
the Bowl Championship Series for the first time, meeting Flonda in the 
FedEx Orange Bowl at Pro Player Stadium in Miami, E.J. Henderson was 
ACC Player of the Year and a consensus All-American. 



Ranked II th 



ACC Standings 

ACC 
Team W-L-T 


Pts. Opp. 


Overall 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Maryland 


7-1-0 


271 173 


10-2-0 


413 


266 


j'ate 


6-2-0 


- 


8-4-0 


403 


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5-3-0 






337 


271 


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5-5-0 


405 






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212 185 


7-5-0 


319 


257 




4-4-0 


246 268 


7*0 


369 


339 






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292 


311 


V'-g nia 




§8 244 


5-7-0 


249 


331 




0*0 


164 390 


0-11-0 


21? 


491 


ACC Bowl Games 

FedEx Orange Bowl: Flonda 56. Maryland 23 


Toyota Gator Bowl: 


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Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl: No 


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Auburn 10 






Humanitarian Bowl 


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sianaTech24 




Seattle Bowl: 


Georqia Tecr 24 


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Tangerine Bowl: 


Pittsburgh 34 NC S 








Maryland Results (10-2, 7-1) 

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



HeadCoacri Ralph Friedgen 



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after Maryland captured the 2001 ACC 
crown with a win over Clemson on 
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Maryland closed the season by winning 10 of its final 11 games to match 
the 1976 team for most wins in school history (11) and finished the season 
ranked 13th in both major polls. The Terps tied for second in the ACC and 
captured their first bowl victory since 1985 - a 30-3 defeat of Tennessee in 
the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. Linebacker E.J. Henderson, the first two-time 
consensus All-Amencan 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 



Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Pts. 


Opp. 


Overall 
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 Slate 


5-3-0 


192 


127 


11-3-0 


460 


238 


Georqia Tech 


4-4-0 


1 43 


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 Sugar 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: 


Virginia 48, West Virqinia 22 






Silicon Valley Classic: 


Fresno State 30 


Georgia Tech 21 




Seattle Bowl: 




Wake Forest 38 


Oregon 17 








Maryland Results (11-3, 6-2) 

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


A25 |211 


[-1 


vs Notre Dame' 




L 0-22 


S7 




Akron 




W 44-14 


S14 [-1 


[51 


• Florida State 




L 10-37 


3.1 




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 [25] 


[141 


• NC State 




W 24-21 


N16 [191 


H 


• .3! Clemson 




W 30-12 


N23 [181 


[-1 


■ at Virqinia 




L 13-48 


N30 [251 


[-1 


• Wake Forest 




W 32-14 


Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl 


D31 |18] 


H 


vs. Tennessee 1 




W 30-3 


1 at East Rutherford, N.J. (Giants Stadium): ' 


at Atlanta, Ga (Georqia Dome) 






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QB Scott McBrien leaps into the end zone 
for the game-winning touchdown against 
NC State on Nov. 9. 



2003 

After starting its season 0-2, Maryland finished the season by winning 10 of 
its last 1 1 games for the second year in a row. In doing so, the Terrapins 
became the first team in Atlantic Coast Conference history to win 10 games 
after starting 0-2. The Terps finished 2003 10-3. winning the Toyota Gator 
Bowl by a resounding 41-7 margin over regional 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 Fnedgen's 
31 wins in three years marked the seventh-most in NCAA history by a third- 
year coach and most-ever by an ACC coach. Ten players were named first 
or second team AII-ACC, most by any team In the league. 

ACC Standings 



Ranked 17 th 



Team 


ACC 
W-L-T 


Overall 
Pts. Opp. 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 Slate 


4-4-0 


256 250 8-5-0 489 


385 


Virginia 


4-4-0 


187 164 8-5-0 364 


265 


Georgia 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 Bow 


: 


Miami 16, Florida State 14 




Mazda Tangerine Bowl: 


NC State 56, Kansas 26 




Continental Tire Bowl: 


Virginia 23, Pittsburgh 16 




Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl: 


Clemson 27, Tennessee 14 




Humanitarian Bowl 




Georgia Tech 52, Tulsa 10 






Maryland Results (10-3, 6-2) 

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


Head Coach: Ralph Fnedqen 


A28 1 15] [-] 


at Northern Illinois 


L 13-21)01 


S6 [■] [11] 


■ at Florida State 


L 10-35 


S13 


The Citadel 


W 61-0 


520 


West Virginia 


VV ',4 ; 


S27 


at Eastern Michigan 


W 37-13 


04 


• Clemson 


W 21-7 


01! 


•Duke 


W 33-20 


023 


• at Georgia Tech 


L 3-7 


N1 


• North Carolina * 


W 59-21 


N13 


• Virginia 


W . 


N22 


• at NC Slate 


W 26-24 


N29 


• at Wake Forest 


W 41-28 


Toyota Gator Bow 






J1 [23J [201 


vs West Virginia' 


W 41-7 


Final AP Poll #17 


' at Jacksonville Fla (ALLTEL Stadium) 






Nick Novak celebrates his game-winning 
kick to beat NC State on Nov. 22. 



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1952 • T 




Gary Collins 
1961 -E 



Randy White 
1974 ' DT 




Joe Campbell 
1976 -DT 



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 


FR 


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 


Randy 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 


QB 


Dick Modzelewski 


T 


1953 Stan Jones 


T 


1955 Bob Pelleqrini 


C 


1961 Gary Collins 


E 


1974 Randy White 


DT 


1979 Dale Castro 


PK 


1985 J.D. Maarleveld 


OT 


Second Team 


1950 Bob Ward 


G 


1951 Ed Modzelewski 


FB 


1953 Bernie Faloney 


OR 


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 



The Sporting News 

First Team 



LB 



2001 E.J. H enderson 

2002 E.J. Henderson 



LB 



LB 



Second Team 

1995 

1999 
2001 



Stephen Ingram 


OT 


LaMont Jordan 


RB 


Bruce Perry 


RB 


Brooks Barnard 


P 



Football Writers 
Association 



First Team 



1961 


Gary Collins 


E 


1974 


Randy White 


DT 


1976 


Joe Campbell 


DT 


1979 


Dale Castro 


PK 


2001 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


2002 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 



International News 
Service 



First Team 



1951 Bob Ward 


G 


1952 Jack Scarbath 


QB 


Dick Modzelewski 


T 


1953 Stan Jones 


T 


Bernie Faloney 


QB 


1955 Bob Pellegrini 


C 


Second Team 


1952 Tom Cosgrove 


c 


1953 Chet Hanulak 


HB 


1955 EdVereb 


HB 



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. Maarleveld 


OT 


2001 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


Second Team 


1976 


Ed Fulton 


OG 


1983 


Boomer Esiason 


QB 




Ron Solt 


OG 


2002 


E.J. 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 



First Team All-Freshman 

2006 Darnus Heyward-Bey 



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Award Winners 



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Walter Camp 
Memorial Trophy 

Player of the Year 
1955 Bob Pellegrini 



Heisman Troph 

Outstanding Player 
1952 Jack Scarbath QB 

(runner-up) 



Chuck Bednarik 
Award 

Outstanding Def. Player of the Year 
2002 E.J. Henderson 



Outland Trophy 



Lineman of the Year 
1952 Dick Modzelewski 
1974 



Randy White 



Lombardi Trophy 



Lineman of the Year 
1974 



Randy White 



UPI Lineman 
of the Year 

1955 Bob Pellegrini 
1974 Randy White 




Butkus Award 

Outstanding Linebacker of the Year 

2002 E.J Henderson LB 

National Coach 
of the Year 

The Sporting News 
1953 Jim Tatum 
1974 Jerry Claiborne 
2001 Ralph Fnedgen 



Washington Touchdown Club 

1982 Bobby Ross 



Randy White won the Outland Trophy, 
Lombardi Trophy and was the UPI 
Lineman of the Year in 1974. 



Associated Press 
2001 Ralph Fnedgen 



ESPN/Home Depot 
2001 Ralph Fnedgen 



Bobby Dodd 



2001 Ralph Fnedgen 



Eddie Robinson/FWAA 
2001 Ralph Fnedgen 



Football News 

2001 Ralph Fnedgen 



Walter Camp Foundation 

2001 Ralph Fnedgen 



CNN/SI 




2001 Ralph Fnedgen 


Postseason 
MVP Honors 

Blue-Gray Game 


1971 Guv Roberts 


E 


1986 Chuck Faucette 


LB 


1998 EricOgbogu 


DE 


Coaches All-America Game 


1974 Louis Carter 


TB 


Liberty Bowl 


1974 Randy White 


DT 


Gator Bowl 


1975 Steve Atkins 


RB 


2004 Scott McBrien 


QB 


Sun Bowl 


1984 Rick Badanjek 


RB 


Cherry Bowl 


• 385 Slar. Gelbauqh 


QB 


Scott Schankweiler 


LB 


Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl 


2002 E.J Henderson Def MVP 


IB 


Scott McBrien Off MVP 


QB 


Champs Sports Bowl 


2 E Sam Hollenbach MVP 


QB 



Hon. Mention All-Americans 



1931 


Jess Krajcovic 


G 


1934 


Ray Poppelman 
Ed Minion 


OB 
T 




Norwood Sothoron 


FB 




Vic Willis 


E 


1935 


Bill Guckeyson, 


HB 




Vic Willis 


E 


1936 


Bill Guckeyson 


HB 


1937 


Jim Meade 


HB 


1940 


Ralph Albarano 


T 




Bob Smith 


C 


1942 


Paul Flick 


C 




Tommj Mont 


OB 


1947 


Lu Gambino 


HB 




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C 


1948 


Ray Krouse 


T 




Elmer Winqate 


E 


1950 


EdModzeitv. 


fB 


1951 


Dave Cianelli 


FB 




Tom Cosqrove 


C 




Joe Petruzzo 


HB 




..i.-vSca'ta:' 1 


QB 


1952 


Stan Jones 


T 


1953 


-etton 


C B 




-anulak 


■iS 




John Irvine 


C 




Bob Morgan 


T 




i ner 


E 


1954 




FB 




Jack Bowersox 


G 





John Irvine 


C 




George Palahunik 


G 




Bob Pellegrini 


G 




Ronnie Waller 


HB 




Bill Walker 


E 


1955 


Jack Davis 


G 




EdHeunng 


T 




Mike Sandusky 


T 




Frank Tamburello 


QB 


1956 


Gene Mderton 


C 




Jack Davis 


G 




Mike Sandusky 


T 


1957 


Gene Alderion 


C 




Rod Breedlove 


G 




Ed Cooke 


E 


1958 


Rod Breedlove 


G 




Fred Cole 


T 




Ben Scotti 


E 


1959 


Rod Breedlove 


fi 




Gary Collins 


E 




Tom Gunderman 


G 




Joyce 


FB 




Kurt Schwarz 


T 


1960 


Dale Betty 


QB 




Gary Collins 


E 


1961 


Bob Hacker 


C 


1962 


Tom Brown 


HB 




- - ■ 


G 




Dick Shiner 


0E 




Roger Shoals 


T 



1963 


Greq Feher 


OL 




Dick Shiner 


QB 


1965 


Bob Sullivan 


DB 


1969 


Ralph Sonntaq 


OT 


1970 


Guy Roberts 


DE 


1972 


Bob Smith 


DB 




Paul Vellano 


DG 


1973 


Louis Carter 


TB 




Bob Smith 


DB 




Randy White 


DT 


1974 


Louis Carter 


TB 




Steve Mike-Mayer 


PK 




Stan Roqers 


OT 




Bob Smith 


DB 




Harry Walters 


LB 




Walter Wh te 


TE 


1975 


Kevin Benson 


LE 




Jim Brechbiel 


DE 



Paul Divito 



LeRoy Hughes 



1976 Brad Carr 



Ed Fulton 



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Ken Roy 



Tom Schick 



Larry Seder 



1977 Ted Waube 



1978 Steve Atkins 



Lloyd Bu rruss 



DG 
DE 



LB 



OG 



QB 



DB 



OT 



DG 



DG 



TB 



DB 



Charles Johnson 



Z~ 





Bruce Palmer 


DG 


1979 


Larry Stewart 


01 




Charlie Wysocki 


TB 


1980 


Lloyd Burruss 


DE 




Marim 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 




RonSolt 


OG 




Eric Wilson 


LB 


1984 


Rick Badanjek 


RB 




Al Covinqton 


DB 




Ferrell Edmunds 


TE 




Chuck Faucette 


LB 




Kevin Glover 


C 




Greq Hill 


WR 




Len Lynch 


OG 




Bruce Mesner 


DG 


1985 


Rick Badanjek 


FB 




- :-. . —•'- 


DB 




Keeta Covinqton 


DB 




Ferrell Edmunds 


T E 




Chuck Faucette 


LB 





Len Lynch 


OG 




J.D. Maarieveld 


OT 




Bruce Mesner 


DG 


1986 


Chuck Faucette 


LB 




Bruce Mesner 


DG 




Keeta Covinqton 


DB 




Ferrell Edmunds 


TE 


1987 


Fen-ell Edmunds 


TE 




Kevin Walker 


LB 


1988 


MattD'Amicc 


LB 




Ben Jeffersor 


OT 




Dan Plocki 


PK 




Warren Powers 


DT 




Scott Savior 


LB 


1969 


Lam Webster 


DT 


1990 


Barry Johnson 


WR 


1992 


Marcus Badqett 


WR 


1993 


Scott Milanovich 


P 


1994 


Stephen Inqram 


OT 


1995 


Jermaine Lewis 


WR 


1998 


Eric Barton 


LB 


1999 
2000 


Briar Kopka 


PK 


Brooks Barnard 


P 


2302 


Brooks Barnard 


P 




Nick Novak 


PK 




Steve Suter 


PR 


2004 


D'Qwell Jackson 


LB 




Shawne Merriman 


DE 


2006 


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CB 


2007 


Darrius Heyward-Bey 


WR 



ALL-TIME HONORS 



ACC Honors 






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Special Honors 



Player of the 
Year 



1953 


Bernie Faloney 


B 


1955 


Bob Pelleqnni 


C 


1974 


Randv White 


DT 


2001 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 



Offensive Player 
of the Year 

2001 Bruce Perry RB 



Defensive Player 
of the Year 

2001 E.J. Henderson LB 

2002 E.J. Hen de rson LB 
2005 D'Qwell Jackson LB 



Coach of the Year 

1953 JimTatum 


1955 


Jim Tatum 


1973 


Jerry Claiborne 


1975 


Jerry Claiborne 


1976 


Jerry Claiborne 


1982 


Bobby Ross 


2001 


Ralph Friedqen 



Jacobs Blocking 
Award 

1955 Bob Pellegrini 



lim Tatum Award 

1997 Jonathan Claiborne S 



2004 



Nick Novak 



PK 



1969 



Ralph Sonntag__.... QT_ 2006 - h Wilson -^ 



1982 



Dave Pacella 



OT 



Brian Piccolo 
Award 



1972 


Al Neville 


QB 


1974 


David Visaggio 


DG 


1984 


J.D. Maarleveld 


OT 


1989 


Mike Anderson 


RB 


2001 


Matt Crawford 


OT 



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after rushing for 



the ACC's Offensive Player of the year in 2001 
1,242 yards and scoring 12 touchdowns. 



Erin Henderson was the ACC's top vote-getter at linebacker in 
2007 after posting 122 tackles, including 11 for loss. 



All-ACC Selections 
1st Team 



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 Roqers, OT 




Bob Smith, S 


Harry Walters, LB 


Randy White, DT 


1975 


Kevin Benson, LB 


Jim Brechbiel, DB 


Campbell, DT 


, 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 Wysocki, TB 


1982 


Jess Atkinson, PK 






Mark Duda, DT 




Dave Pacella, OT 


1983 


Clarence Baldwin, DB 




Pete Koch, DT 


Ron Soil. OG 


Eric Wilson LB 


1984 


Al Covinqton, S 




Kevin Glover, C 


Greg Hill WR 


Bruce Mesner. DG 


Eric Wilson. LB 


1985 


Al Covington, S 




Keeta Covinqton, CB 


Chuck FaucetteJ-B 


Bruce Mesner, DG 


1986 


Keeta Covington, CB 




Chuck Faucette, LB 


Bruce Mesner, DG 


1987 


Ferrell Edmunds, E 






Kevin Walker. LB 




1988 


Dan Plocki. PK 




Warren Powers, DT 


1990 


Barry Johnson, WR 




1992 


Marcus Badgett, WR 




1993 


Scott Milanovich, P 




1994 


Stephen Ingram, OT 




1995 


Jermame Lewis WR 




1998 


Eric Barton, LB 





1999 


Delbert Cowsette, NT 


La Mont 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 


Mat! 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 


N:. k Novak PK 


Randy Starks, DT 


Steve Suter. SP 


2004 


C.J. Brooks, OG 


DOwell Jackson, LB 


Shawne Merriman, DE 


2005 


Vernon Davis, TE 


D'Qwell Jackson, LB 


2007 


Erin Henderson, LB 


Dre Moore, DT 


2nd Team 

1953 Ralph Felton, B 


Bob Morgan, T 


Bill Walker. E 


1954 


John Irvine, C 


Bob Pelleqnni. G 


1955 


Russell Dennis, E 


Frank Tamburello, B 


Bill Walker, E 


1957 


Gene Alderton, C 


1961 


Roger Shoals, T 




Bill Kirchiro, T 


1963 


Dick Shiner, QB 


1964 


Olaf Drozdov, DT 


Tom Hickey, B 



1989 


Larry Webster, DT 


1991 


Frank Wvcheck, TE 


Mitch Suplee, C 


Dan DeArmas, PK 


Mike Webster, DL 


Mike Jarmolowich, LB 


1992 


Mike Jarmolowich, LB 


1993 


Jermaine Lewis, WR 


1994 


Geroy Simon, WR 


Scott Milanovich, QB 


1995 


Eric Oqboqu, LB 


Andreal Johnson, DB 


1998 


LaMont Jordan RB 


1999 


Brad Messina, OT 
John 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 


Domonique Foxworth, CB 
Adam Podlesh, P 


2005 


Lance Ball RB 


Adam Podlesh, P 


2006 


Andrew Crummey, OG 


Erin Henderson, LB 




Darnus Heyward-Bey. WR 


Adam Podlesh, P 


2007 


Andrew Crummev. OG 


3rd Team 

1993 Stephen Ingram. OT 


Scott Milanovich, QB 




Honorable 
Mention 



2000 


Melvin Fowler, C 


Shawn Forte, DB 


Tony Jackson, DB 


Brooks Barnard, P 


2001 


Nick Novak, PK 


Charles Hill, DL 


2002 


Scott McBnen, QB 


Jeff Duqan, TE 


C.J. Brooks. G 


2003 


Kyle Schmift, C 


Curome Cox, DB 


Dennard Wilson, DB 


2004 


Chris Kelley, DB 


Nick Novak, PK 


2005 


Milton Hams, DB 


2006 


Dan Ennis, K 


Joey Haynos. TE 


Stephon Heyer, OT 


Sam Hollenbach, QB 


Josh Wilson, CB 


2007 


Keon Lattimore, RB 



Noie The second, third and honorable menhon 
teams have not been selected continuously 



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Boomer Esiason 
Quarterback 



Stan Jones 
Tackle 



Bob Pellegrini 
Center 



Randy White 

Defensive 

Tackle 



UPI 

All-ACC 



1955 


Bob Pellegrini, C 


Mike Sandusky, T 


Ed Vereb, B 


Bill Walker, E 


1956 


Jack Davis, G 


Mike Sandusky, T 


1957 


Ed Cooke, E 


1958 


Ben Scotli, E 



1960 


Gary Collins E 


1961 


Gary Collins, E 


1962 


Waller Rock. G 


Dick Shiner, QB 


1970 


Guy Roberts. DE 


1971 


Dan 8ungon, E 


1972 


Bob Smith, DB 


Paul Vellano, DG 


1973 


Louis Carter, TB 


Bob Smith, DB 


Paul Vellano. DG 


Randy While. DT 



AP All-ACC Selections 



1953 


Bemie Faloney. B 


Ralph Felton. B 


Chet Hanulak, B 


Stan Jones, T 


1954 


Dick Bielski, B 


1955 


Jack Davis, G 


Bob Pellegrini, C 


Mike Sandusky. T 


Frank Tamburello, B 


Ed Vereb, B 


1956 


Gene Alderton, C 


Jack Davis, G 


Mike Sandusky. T 


1957 


Rod Breedlove, G 



1959 

1960 
1961 

1962 



1970 
1971 
1972 



1973 



1958 



Ed Cooke, E 
Rod Breedlove. G 




Tom Gunderman. G 
Jim Joyce, 8 
Gary Collins, E 
Gary Collins, E 
Bob Hacker, C 
Tom Brown HB 
Walter Rock, G 
Dick Shiner QB 
Guy Roberts, DE 
Dan Bungon. E 
Bob Smith DB 
Paul Vellano. DG 
Louis Carter, TB 
Bob Smith, DB 
Paul Vellano. DG 



All- 
Southern 
Conference 



1935 


Bill Guckeyson B 


1936 


Bill Guckeyson, B 


1937 


Jim Meade, B 


1947 


Lu Gambmo, B 


1949 


Ray Krouse, T 


1950 


Elmer Wingate, E 


1951 


Ed Modzelewski B 


1952 


Stan Jones T 



Randy White, DT 



All-ACC Academic Selections 



In addition to being an All-Southern Conference 
honoree. Ray Krause was an AP All-America tackle in 
1949 after leading the Terps to a 9-1 mark and a 20-7 
win over Missouri in the Gator Bowl. 



1954 
1955 
1956 



Johr Irvine, C 
George Palahunik. G 
John Healey, HB 



Joe Muffler, DE 
Dean Richards. WB 



Stanley Polyanski G 



Donald Healey, T 



Mike Sandusky, T 



1960 
1961 



Tom Selep, FB 
Dwayne Fletcher, HB 
Bob Hacker, C 



Dick Novak, QB 



1963 
1967 
1968 
1970 



David Nardo, G 



Chuck Tine, G 



Ralph Fnedgen, OG 
Pat Burke, OG 



Jerry Erhard, WB 



Steve Fromang^C 
Len Santacroce, C 



Scott Shank FB 



1972 
1973 
1974 



Jerry Erhard, E_ 



Kim Hoo ver, WR 



BobA\r 



Jim Brechbiel, DB 




1997 


Mike Hull, TE 


Enc Oqboqu, DE 


1998 


Jamie Wu^OG 


1999 


Kevin Bishop, LB 


Todd '.'Me OG 


Jamie Wu, OG 


2000 


Guilian Gary, WR 


Charles Hill, DT 


Tony Jackson. SS 


2001 


Tony Okanlawon, CB 
Brooks Barnard, P 


Me /in Fowler C 


Shaun Hill, QB 


Rod Littles. S 


ToddWike.OG 


2002 


Brooks Barnard P 


Nick Novak. PK 


Steve Suter, PR 


ToddWike.C 


Madieu Williams. FS 



Bob Arnold. DG 



Denck Hams. DT 



Ken Oberle, OT 



Rick ^e — gs TB 



Richard Shure FB 



Tom Schick, OG 



John Soma, OT 



Ralph Lary. the first ACC football 
player to be a four-time All-ACC 
Academic Team choice. 



2003 


Jeff Dugan, TE 


C.J. Feldheim, DT 


Kyle Schmitt C 


N > Novak, PK 


AdamPodlesr p 


Steve Suter. SP 


Dennard Wilson, S 


2004 


D. Foxworth. CB 


Nick Novak. PK 


Adam Podlesh, P 


Kyle Schmitt C 


Steve Sute- 


2005 


Adam Podlesh. P 




Josh Wilson, CB 


2006 


Adam Podlesh, P 


Josh Wilson, CB 


2007 


Travis Baltz. P 


Phil Costa, OL 


Andrew Crummey, OL 


ObiEqekeze -■ 


Dan Gronkowski. TE 


Edwin Williams, OL 



Phil Wagenheim, P 



1975 Mike Oelensky DB 



Kim Hoover «R 



1988 
1989 
1990 



Ken i Oberle, OT 



Dean Green, WR 
Rick Fleece. NG 



JohnSchulfcWB 



1976 Jon athan Claiborne. S 



Barry Johnson , WR 

Glenn Page LB 



Gene Oc hap, C 



ChadWjesBing.HB 



BobRaba TE 



1977 Jonathan Claiborne. S 



Ralph Ian 5 



C--5.\r: DB 



Kenny Wat s on. DT 



1978 John Baidante. DB 



1991 LuboZizak ovic,DT 

1992 Marcu s Badgett WR 
Scott Rosen, S 

1993 Russ Weaver, WR 

1994 Russ Weaver, WR 
Mike Settles, LB 



G. Chamberlain, OG 



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Ralph Lan 5 



1995 Al Wallace. DE 

1996 Al Wallace. DE 



Phi Livingst on. OT 



National Academic Honors 

Academic 

Ail-Americans 



NCAA Postgraduate Scholar 

1978 Jonathan Claiborne. S 



1953 

1954 



Bemie Faloney, B 
George Palahunik, G 



1956 Mike Sa ndusky, T 



1975 
1978 



Kim Hoover. WR 
Joe Muffler DE 




Bemie Faloney Mike Sandusky Joe Muffler 



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Jerry Claiborne 

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 (1963), ACC (1973. 75. 76) and Southeastern (1983) 
— while leading his teams to 1 1 bowl games. Throughout his coaching career, he was a strong 
advocate of the right combination of academics and athletics. In his years as head coach, he 
had four players named Academic All-America and 87 players earn academic all-conference 
honors On the field, he coached 13 All-Americans and 53 who earned all-conference status. 

Stan Jones 

Pro Football 
Hall of 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 up to a 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 All-America 
honors in 1953 and was chosen "Outstanding 
College Lineman of 1953" by the College 
Football Coaching Board. A fifth-round draft 

choice of the Chicago Bears, Jones went on to have a lengthy pro career. He spent a majority of 
his career with the Bears (1954-65) before finishing at Washington (1966). 

"I was very prepared for the NFL when I left Maryland," Jones said. "From my coaches who 
taught me football to my professors who taught me anatomy, physiology and weight training. 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. 





Dick Modzelewski 

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-America 

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 New York Giants and Cleveland 
Browns. Modzelewski was an All-Pro and played on NFL championship teams with both the 
Giants (1956) and the Browns (1964) 

Dick Modzelewski was inducted into the National Football Foundation College Hall of 
Fame in 1993. 

Bob Pellegrini 

National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall of Fame (1990) 

Bob Pellegrini was recruited to Maryland 
as a quarterback, but made his name as one of 
college footballs best linemen. In his first season, 
Pellegrini was a 6-2, 215-pound sophomore 
guard for the 1953 national champion Terrapins 
He played 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, Pellegrini led Maryland 
to its second 10-0 regular season and ACC 
championship in three years as the Terps 
defeated defending national champion UCLA 
He was selected ACC Player of the Year, named 
consensus All-Amencan and pictured as Herman 
Hickman's cover boy for Lineman of the Year in 
1955. 

Pellegrini led the Terps to a 27-4-1 record 
over his career, with rankings in the top 10 each 

season. He was the first pick in the National Football League draft by the Philadelphia Eagles. 
Pellegrini became one of the building blocks of an Eagle turnaround that took the team to the top 
of the football world. A losing team when he joined, the Eagles defeated Vmce Lombardi's Green 
Bay Packers for the World Championship four years later with Bob Pellegrini at linebacker 

Pellegrini was inducted into the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame in 
December 1996. 




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National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall off Fame (1983) 

Jack Scarbath is an integral part of 
Maryland football history. In his first start, the All- 
America quarterback scored the first touchdown 
in the new Byrd Stadium, a 21-yard run in the 
first game of the 1950 season. 

Scarbath was the quarterback for head 
coach Jim Tatum's new split T offense for three 
seasons (1950-52). Scarbath led the Terps 
to a 24-4-1 record, including a perfect 10-0 
season and a 28-13 upset of national champion 
Tennessee in the 1951 Sugar Bowl Scarbath 
called the signals dunng Maryland's 22-game 
unbeaten streak over the course of the 1950. 
'51 and '52 seasons. 

Dunng his stellar career, Scarbath rewrote 
the Terrapin record book, completing 125 of 
260 passes for 2,287 yards, an average of 18.3 
yards per completion. In 1951, AP and UPI 

voters named him honorable mention Ail-American, In 1952, he was honored with first team 
All-Amenca citations from AP, UPI. International News Service. Colliers, and Look. He finished 
runner-up to Oklahoma's Billy Vessels in the 1952 Heisman Trophy balloting. 

A first-round draft choice of the Washington Redskins, Scarbath went on to play with the 
Redskins and Pittsburgh Steelers. 

He was inducted into the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame in 1983. 

Jim Tatum 

National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall off Fame (1984) 

In a bnef time as a college football head 
coach - one season at North Carolina (1942. 
5-2-2). one at Oklahoma (1946. 8-3. Gator 
Bowl victory over North Carolina State) and 
nine years at Maryland (1947-55. 73-15-4, 2-2- 
1 in bowl games) - Jim Tatum had become a 
coaching legend. 

Tatum's Maryland teams from 1950-55 
were 51-8-2. with a perfect 10-0 record and 
Sugar Bowl victory in 1951. The squad posted 
10-0 regular-season records in 1953 and 1955 
before both teams were upset by Oklahoma 
in the Orange Bowl. Tatum's 1953 team was 
declared national champion, and Tatum was 
named national Coach of the Year. 

Dunng his career at Maryland, Tatum 
led the Terps to 19 consecutive wins and an 
unbeaten streak of 22 games (21-0-1) during 

the 1950. '51 and '52 campaigns. In the 1952 Sugar Bowl, the Terrapins defeated top-ranked 
Tennessee 23-13. 

Tatum left Maryland following the 1955 season to return to his alma mater. North Carolina, 
He coached the Tar Heels for l»ee more seasons. 

He was inducted into the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame in 1984. 





Bob Ward 

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 eariy 
1950s was consistency— a winning consistency. 
During Ward's four years, the team was a 
combined 32-7-1, winning two bowl games (1949 
Gator over Missouri, 1951 Sugar over Tennessee 
to complete a perfect 10-0 season). 

The awards and honors Ward earned as a 
Maryland player belie physical stature, but speak 
volumes about the man. He was the MVP of the 
1949 Gator Bowl, Maryland's first bowl victory 
He was the only player ever to earn All-America 

honors as both an offensive and defensive position player. He earned Southern Conference 
Player of the Year honors as a senior and was chosen Lineman of the Year by the Washington 
Touchdown Club and the Philadelphia Sportswriters Association in 1 951 , 

Bob Ward was inducted into the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame in 
1980. 



Randy White 

Pro Football 
Hall off Fame (1994) 
National Football 
Foundation College 
Hall off Fame (1994) 

Randy White changed the look of 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. 





Maryland Team Awards 



Ray Krouse 
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 Brian Matera, LB 

1980 Lloyd Burruss, DB 

1981 Greg Vanderhout, DG 

1982 John Tice, TE 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 



Boomer Esi ason, QB 

Eric Wilson, LB 



Stan Gelbau qh, QB 



Chuck Fauc ette, LB 
Kevin Walke r, LB 
Dan Plocki, PK 



Neil O'Donn ell, QB 
Scott Savi or, LB 



1990 Scott Zolak, QB 



1991 Larry Webst er, DT 

1992 Marcus BadgetLWR 

1993 Jason Kremus, WR 

1994 Steve Ingram, OT 

1995 Jermame Lewis, WR 



1997 Brian Cumminqs, QB 



1998 Enc Barton, LB 



1999 LaMont Jordan, TB 



2000 Shawn Forte, FS 



2001 E.J. Henderson, LB 



2002 E.J. Henderson. LB 



2003 Scott McBnen. QB 



2004__ D'Qwell Jackson, LB 

2005 D'Qwell Jackson, LB 

2006 Josh WilsooCB 



1978 


Mike Simon, C 


1979 


Richard Cummins, OG 


1980 


Scott Fanz, OT 


1981 


Todd Wriqht, C 


1982 


Frank Kolencik, DG 


John Nash, RB 


Douq Miller, C 


1983 


Tyrone Furman, DG 


1984 


Bill Roqers, TE 


1985 


Georqe Colton, OG 


1986 


Sean Sullivan, WR 


148 7 


Robert Klein, DG 


Sean Scott, LB 


1988 


Matt D'Amico, LB 


Dan Plocki, PK 


1989 


Dean Green, WR 


199G 


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 Waeriq, TE 


1999 


Matt Kalapinski, FB 


2000 


Melvin Fowler, C 


2001 


Rod Littles, S 


2002 


James Lvnch, 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 


2006 


David Holloway, LB 


2007 


Carlos Feliciano, DL 



2007 Erin Henderson, LB 



Alvin L. Aubinoe 
Trophy 

Unsung Hero of the 
Season 

1956 

1957 



1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 



Charles Krahlmg.C 
Bobby Collins 
Pat Bak er, B 
Rick Carlson, E 
Paul Fitzpatri 
Robert MacBnde, OT 
Jeff Shugars, QB 
Ron Kecman. C 



Ken Scott, DT 

1974 Frank Russell. WR 

1975 Jim Richey, OT 

1976 BobRaba.TE 

1977 Don Rhodes C 



joe f . blair 
Award 

Unsung Hero of the 
Season 

1995 Kevin Plank, SB 

Anthony C. 
Nardo Memorial 
Trophy 

Best Lineman of the Year 



1947 


Pat McCarty, G 




1948 


Gene Kinney, T 




1950 


Bob Ward, G 




1951 


Bob Ward, G 




1952 


William Maletzkv, G 




1953 


Stan Jones, T 




1954 


Bob Pelleqrini, G 




1955 


Mike Sandusky, T 




1956 


Al Wharton, T 




1957 


Don Healy, T 




1958 


Fred Cole, T 




1459 


Tom Gunderman, G 




1900 


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 Abstier, E 




19b 7 


Jim Lavrusky, LB 




1968 


Ron Pearson, E 




1969 


Peter Mattia, DT 






Bob Beall, 
Tommy Marcos 
Trophy 

Best Lineman of the Year 

[9_70 Guv Roberts DE 



1971 Dennis O'Hara, E 



1972 Paul Vellano, OG 



1973 Randy White, DT 

1974 Randy White, DT 



1980 Eric Sievers, TE 



Dave Pacella, OT 



Dave Pacella, 01 



1981 
1982 

1983 Ron Solt, OG 

1984 Kevin Glover, C 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1£ 



J.D. Maarleveld, OT 
Billy Hughes, C 



Billy Hughes^C 
Mark Agent, C 



1989 


Mike Kiselak. OG 




1990 


Clarence Jones. OT 




1991 


Mitch Suplee, C 




1992 


Steve Ingram, OT 




1993 


Steve Ingram, OT 




1994 


Steve Ingram, OT 




1995 


Johnnie Hicks, DT 





The Teke 
Trophy 

Service Over Four Years 

1949 John Idzik, B 



D'Qwell Jackson is one of only two players 
to be named the winner of the Ray Krouse 
Memorial Award twice 



1950 


John Idzik, B 


1951 


Bob Ward, G 


1952 


Ed Fullerton, B 


1953 


Bernie Falonev, B 


1954 


John Irvine, C 


1955 


Bob Pelleqrini, C 


1956 


Mike Sandusky, T 


1957 


GeneAlderton.C 


1958 


Bob Rusevlyan, B 


1959 


Kurt Schwarz. T 


1960 


Vincent Scott, E 


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 


Lou Stickel, B 


1968 


Billy Lovett, FB 


1969 


Ken Dutton, DB 


1970 


Petei Mattia DT 


1971 


Tommy Miller, B 


1972 


Don Ratliff, E 


1973 


Paul Vellano, DG 


1974 


Randy White, DT 



Terrapin Club 
Award 

Greatest Contribution to 
Football 

1975 LeR ov Hughes, DE 

1976 RobRaba.TE 

1977 Brad Carr, LB 

1978 Dean Richards, WR 



1979 James Shaffer, DE 

MO Lloyd Burruss HB 

1981 Charlie Wysock TB 

1982 Mike Corvino, DG 

1983 Boomer Esiason, QB 

1984 Eru Wilson LB 
1485 Rick Badanjek, FB 
1986 Chuck Fau cette, LB 



1987 Ferr ell Edmunds , TE_ 



1988 Dan Plockij'K 



1989 Mark Agent, C 

1990 Barry Johnson, WR 

1991 Larry Webste r, DT 

1992 MikeJarmolowich, LB 

1993 Mark Mason. RB 



1994 Steve Ingram, OT 

1995 Jermame Lewis, WR 
1997 
1998 
1999 



2000 
2001 



Buddy Rodgers, RB 
Kendall Ogle, LB 
Jermaine Arnngton, WR 

Jason Hatala, WR 
Aaron Thompson, LB 
Jason Hatala. WR 
Melvin Fowler, C 
Aaron Thompson, LB 



SJiliiiilLJ I ' K 



200Q FOOTBALL 
MEDIA S RECRUITING GUIDE 



MMMHBR 



2002 Malt Crawford OT 

2003 CuromG Cox CB 

2004 Domonique Foxworth, DB 

2005 D'Qwell Jackson, LB 

2006 Adam Podlesh, P 

2007 Lance Ball, RB 

A.V. Williams 
Award 

Outstanding and 

Conspicuous 

Sportsmanship 



1955 


Ronnie Waller, HB 




1956 


Lynn Beiqhlol. QB 




Jack Davis, G 


1957 


Howie Dare, HB 




1958 


Bob Rusevlyan, QB 




1959 


Allen Bunge 




1960 


Dale Betty, QB 




1961 


Donald Brown 




1962 


Clayton Beardmore 




1963 


Samuel Bossert 




1964 


Bob Kooinskv 




1965 


Donald Dunphy 




1966 


Frank Coslello 




1967 


Robert Karen 




1968 


Roland Merntt, DE 




1969 


David Reiss 




1970 


John Baker 




1971 


James Norns 






Vince Struble 




1973 


Al Neville, QB 






Tyrone Neal 




1975 


LeRoy Hughes, DE 




1976 


Bob Raba, TE 




Gene Ochap, C 




Brad Carr, LB 






Dean Richards, WR 




1979 


James Shaffer. DE 






Enc Sievers, TE 




1981 


Bnan Riendeau.OG 




1982 


Dave Pacella, OT 






Boomer Esiason. QB 






Enc Wilson, LB 






Scott Schankweller, LB 






Lewis Askew, DG 






Robert Klein, DG 




1988 


Chad Sydnor, DB 






Bren Lowery, TB 




1990 


Barry Johnson, WR 






I zakovic DT 






Ed Reqan, OG 




1994 


tz.TE 




1995 


Mike Settles LB 




1997 


Pat Ward 




1998 


Paul Jackson, S 




1999 


Erwyn Lyqht, DE 




2000 


Matt Kalapinski. FB 




2001 


Shaun Hill, QB 




. Jackson S 


2002 


Scooter Monroe, WR 




2003 


Leroy Ambush, LB 




2004 


: s. DB 




2005 


Derek Miller, TE 




2006 


Josh Allen, RB 




2007 


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lim Tatum 
Memorial Award 



Lineman of the Year 

1959 Kurt A. Schwartz, OT 

1960 Thomas E. Sankovich, OT 


1961 


Bill Kirchiro, OG 


1962 
1963 


David Crossan, OT 
Olaf Drozdov, OT 


1964 


Larry Bagranoff, DT 


1965 


Larry Bagranoff, DT 


1966 


Thomas Cichowski, OT 


1967 


Tom Myslinski, OT 


1968 


Thomas Plevin, DT 


"ir... 


Peler Mattia, DT 


1970 

1971 


Peter Mattia. DT 


Guy Roberts. LB 


1972 


Paul Vellano, DG 


1973 


Randy White, DT 


1974 


Randy White. DT 


1975 


Marion Koprowski, OT 


1976 


Paul Divito, DG 


Joe Campbell, DT 


1977 
1978 


Ted Klaube, DG 


Charles Johnson, DT 


1979 


Kervin Wyatt, OG 


1980 


Ed Gall, DT 


1981 


Greq Vanderhout, DG 


1982 


Mark Duda. OT 


1983 


Ron Soil OG 


1984 


Kevin Glover, OT 


1985 
1H86 
1987 
1988 
1989 


Leonard Lynch, OG 
Bruce Mesner, DG 


Robert Arnold, DG 

Warren Powers, DT 


Mike Kiselak, OG 


1990 


Jack Bradford, LB 


Rick Fleece, NG 




Larry Webster, DT 


1992 


Steve Inqram, OT 


1993 


Steve Inqram, OT 


1994 


Steve Inqram, OT 


1995 


Johnnie Hicks, DL 


1997 


John Feuqill, OT 


1998 
1999 


Delbert Cowsette, NT 


John Waeng, TE 


Jamie Wu, OG 


2000 


Kns Jenkins DT 


2001 


Charles Hill. NT 


2002 


ToddWike C 


2003 


Randy Starte, DT 


2004 


Shawne Merriman. DE 


2005 


Conrad Bolston, DT 


2006 


Stephon Heyer, OT 


Conrad Bolston, DT 


2007 


Jeremy Navarre. DE 



1970 Pat Burke, OG 




1971 


Steve Fromang, OT 




1972 


Steve Fromang, OT 




1973 


James Martell, E 




1974 


Kim Hoover, WR 




1975 


Kim Hoover, WR 




1976 


Jonathan Claiborne. S 




1977 


Jonathan Claiborne, S 




1978 


Joe Muffler, DE 




1979 


Ralph Lary. S 




1980 


Ralph Lary. S 




1981 


Mark Sobel. DE 




1982 


Greg Harraka, C 




1983 
1984 


Greg Harraka. C 




Greg Harraka, C 




1985 


Dolph Tokarczyk TE 




1986 


Richard Shure. FB 




1987 


Richard Shure, FB 




1988 


John Ruqq, OG 




1989 


Mark Agent, C 




1990 


Ken Oberle, OT 




1991 


Mitch Suplee. C 




1992 


Dave Marrone, LB 




1993 


Enck Wood. LB 




1994 


Corey Holobetz, TE 




1995 


Ken Lytle. PK 




1997 


Ryan Rezzelle, OT 




1998 


Ryan Rezzelle, OT 




1999 


Jamie Wu, OG 




2000 


Brian Kopka, PK 




2001 


Charles Hill, NT 




2002 


Todd Wike. C 




2003 


C.J. Feldheim. NT 




2004 


Nick Noval, PK 




2005 


Ryan McDonald, C 




2006 


Greq Powell, WR 




2007 


Matt Goldberg, WR 





C.P. "Lefty" 
Mcintosh Award 

Public Service Award 

Domonique Foxworth, DB 



2004 
2005 
2006 
2007 



Jermaine Lem mo ns, LB 
Wesley Jeffer s on, LB 
Je remy Navarre, DL 



Scott Burley. OT 



George C. Cook 
Memorial Award 

Highest Academic 
Average 

1962 Don W hite, QB 



Dr. John E. Faber 
Award 

Iron Man Award 

1992 John Kaleo, QB 

1993 Scott Milanovich, QB 

1994 Jamie Bragg, C/DT 

1998 Kendall Ogle, LB 

1999 Jamie Wu, OG 

2000 Scott Rudolph, LS 

2001 Durrand Roundtree, DL 

2002 Durrand Roundtree DL 

2003 JeffDugan TE 



2004 
2005 
2006 
2007 



Leon Joe, LB 
KyleSchmitt.C 
Vernon Davis, TE 
David Hoi ■ 
J J Justice, DB 



Outstanding 
Specialist 



1988 


Ricky Johnson, TB 


1989 


Scott Whittier LB 


Ricky Johnson, TB 


1990 


Scott Zolak.QB 


1991 
1992 
1993 


Troy Jackson, RB 


John Kaleo, QB 


Jermaine Lewis, WR 



Top Special 
Teams Performer 



1988 Mark Agent, C 



1989_ Mike Kiselak, OG 
1990 Clarence Jones OT 



1991 Mitch Suplee. C 



1992 Stev e Inqram, OT 



1993 Steve Inqram, OT 



1995 Chad Scott, CB 



1997 Lewis Sanders, FS 



1998 Bnan Kopka PK 



1999 Bnan Kop ka. PK 



_ 2000 Brooks Barnard. P 



Bnan Kopka, PK_ 



1963 


David Nardo, E 


1964 


David Nardo. E 


1965 


Bruce Sprinqer, B 


1966 


Larry Baqranoff. OT 


1967 


Chuck Tine. OT 


1968 


Ralph Friedqen, OG 


1969 


Ralph Fnedqen. OG 


Bill Grant. E 




2001 Brooks Barnard, P 



2002 Brooks Barnard. P 



Steve Suter. PR 



2003 Jon Condo, LS 



2004 Adam Podlesh, P 



2005 Adam Podlesh. P 



2006 D an E- 



2007 Obi Eqekeze, PK 



Hammer Award 

1988 Chad Sydnor, CB 

1989 Eddie Tomlm. S 



Glenn Page. LB 



Mike Jarmolowich, LB 



Scott Rosen. S 



Maryland head coach Ralph Friedgen 
is a two-time recipient of the George C. 
Cook Memorial Award, which is presented 
annually to the Terrapin football player with 
the highest academic average. 



ALL-TIME HONORS 



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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 


Fled Hamilton HB 


1957 


Bob Rusevlyan, QB 


1958 


Bob Rusevlvan, QB 


1959 


Jim Joyce, FB 


1960 


Dale Betty OB 


1961 


Dick Shiner, OB 


1962 


Tom Brown, HB 


1963 


Dick Shiner, HB 


1964 


Tom Hickey, HB 


1965 


Walt Marcmak, HB 


1966 


Alan Pastrana, QB 


1967 


Billy Lovett, FB 


'968 


Billy Lovett 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 


Steve Atkins TB 


1979 


Charlie Wysocki TB 


1980 


Charlie Wysocki TB 


1981 


Boomer Esiason, QB 


1982 


Boomer Esiason. QB 


Willie Joyner, RB 


1983 


Willie Joyner, RB 


6)84 


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 TomCosqroveC 


1953 


Marty Crytzer, E 


1954 


Jack Bowersox, G 


1955 


Russell Dennis, E 


1956 


Al Wharton, OT 


1957 


Tom Gunderman. G 


1958 


Fred Cole OT 


1959 


Tom Gunderman, G 


1960 


Bob Hacker, C 


1961 


Roqer Shoals, OT 


1962 


Roger Shoals. OT 


1963 


Gene Feher, C 


1964 


Joe Frattaroli, C 


1965 


MattArbutina.OT 


1966 


Tom Cichowski, OT 


1967 


Ron Pearson, OG 


1968 


Bill Meister, OG 


1969 


Bill Meister, OG 


1970 


Pat Burke, OG 


1971 


Tim Brannon, OG 


1972 


Tim Brannon, OG 


1973 


Bart Purvis. OG 


1974 


Stan Roqers, OG 


1975 


Marion Koprowski, OT 


1976 


Ed Fulton, OG 


Tom Shickj OT 


1977 


Mike Yeates, OG 


1978 


Eric Sievers, TE 


1979 


Kerwin Wyatt. OG 


1980 


Eric Sievers, TE 



1981 


Dave Pacella, OT 


1982 


Dave Pacella, OT 


1983 


Ron Solt, OG 


1984 


Kevin Glover, C 


1985 


JD 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 Horninq, HB 


1955 


Lynn Beiqhtol, QB 


1956 


Boti Rusevlyan, OB 


1957 


Bob Layman, HB 


1953 


Jim Joyce, FB 


1959 


Dwayne Fletcher, HB 


1960 


Jim Davidson, HB 


1961 


Tom Brown, HB 


1962 


Joe Hrezo, LB 


1963 


Ernie Arizzi, HB 


1964 


Bob Sullivan, HB 


1965 


Fred Cooper, HB 


1966 


Lou Stickel, HB 


1967 


Bob Colbert, HB 


1968 


Kenny Dutton, HB 


1969 


Tony Greene. S 


1970 


Tony Greene, S 


1971 


Larry Marshall, HB 


1972 


Bob Smith, S 


1973 


Harry Walters, HB 



1974 


Harry Walters, HB 


1975 


Kevin Benson, LB 


1976 


Brad Carr, LB 


1977 


Brad Carr, LB 


1978 


Neal Olkewicz, LB 


1979 


none 


1980 


Brian Matera, LB 


1981 


Llvod 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 


Orlando Strozier, DB 


1994 


Andreal Johnson, CB 


1995 


Chad Scott, CB 


Defensive 
Lineman 

1952 JohnAdelman, 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 


I960 


Tom Sankovich, T 


1961 


Dave Crossan, T 


1962 


Walter Rock, G 


1963 


Joe Ferrante, G 


1964 


OlafDrozdov, DT 


1965 


Larry Bagranoff, DT 



1966 


Jim Lavrusky, DT 


1967 


Mike Grace, DG 


1968 


Henry Gareis. DE 


1969 


Peter Mattia. DT 


1970 


Guy Roberts, DE 


1971 


Chris Cowdrey, DE 


1972 


Paul Vellano, DG 


1973 


Randy White, DT 


1974 


Randy White, DT 


1975 


Paul Divito DG 


1976 


Joe Campbell, DT 


1977 


Ted Klaube, DG 


1978 


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 


199? 


Darren Drozdov, DT 


1993 


Jaime Flores, DE 


1994 


Jamie Braqq, DT 


1995 


Johnnie Hicks, DT 



Note These awards were 
discontinued after 1995 



LeFrak Scholarship 






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. 

Tight end Dan Gronkowski 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, NY; and creating and developing Battery Park City 



Dan Gronkowski 



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 TauEpsilon 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 



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NFL 



Lance Ball 


RB 


St. Louis Rams 


Eric Barton 


LB 


New York Jets 


Conrad Bolston 


DL 


Green Bay Packers 


John Condo 


LS 


Oakland Raiders 


Curome Cox 


FS 


Denver Broncos 


Andrew Crummey 


OL 


Washinqton Redskins 


Vernon Davis 


TE 


San Francisco 49ers 


Jeff Duqan 


TE 


Minnesota Vikings 


Melvin Fowler 


OG 


Buffalo Bills 


Domonique Foxworth CB 


Denver Broncos 


Jared Gaither 


OT 


Baltimore Ravens 


Isaiah Gardner 


DB 


Jacksonville Jaquars 


Jason Goode 


TE 


Washington Redskins 


Joey Haynos 


TE 


Green Bay Packers 


E.J. Henderson 


LB 


Minnesota Vikings 


Erin Henderson 


LB 


Minnesota Vikings 


Stephon Heyer 


OL 


Washington Redskins 


ShaunHiil 


QB 


San Francisco 49ers 


Sam Hollenbach 


QB 


Washinqton Redskins 


David Holloway 


LB 


Arizona Cardinals 


D'Qwell Jackson 


LB 


Cleveland Browns 


Kris Jenkins 


DT 


New York Jets a 


Leon Joe 


LB 


Tamoa Bav Buccanea™ 


LaMont Jordan 


RB 


Oakland Raiders JH 


Williams Kershaw 


LB 


New Orleans Saints 


Keon Lattimore 


RB 


Dallas Cowboys 


Shawne Merriman 


DE 


San Diego Chargers 


Dre Moore 


DL 


Tampa Bay Buccaneers 


Matt Murphy 


TE 


Buffalo Bills 


Nick Novak 


PK 


Washinqton Redskins 


Adam Podlesh 


P 


Jacksonville Jaguars 


Lewis Sanders 


CB 


New England Patriots 


Randy Starks 


DT 


Miami Dolphins 


Al Wallace 


DE 


Buffalo Bills 


Madieu Williams 


FS 


Minnesota Vikings 


Josh Wilson 


CB 


Seattle Seahawks 



Arena Football 
League 



Charles Hill OL/DL 


Orlando Predators 


James Lynch FB 


New Orleans VooDoo 


Marlon Moye-Moore FB/LB 


Orlando Predators 



CFL 



Bruce Perry 
Geroy Simon 


RB 

SB 


Montreal Aloueftes 
B.C. Lions 


Jo Jo Walker 


WR 


Hamilton Tiger Cats 



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Domonique Foxworth 



Jared Gaither 



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In The NFL 



Azizuddin Abdur-Ra oof, WR 


Eric Barton, LB 


Harry Butsko, LB 


Ed Cooke. DE 


Cliff Crosby, DB 




Kansas City (1988-89) 


Oakland (1999-2003) 


Washington (1963) 


Chicago Bears (1958) 


Cincinnati (1999) 




N Y. Jets (2004-) 




Philadelphia (1958) 


St Louis (1999) 


Rob Abiamin. TE 




Joe Campbell, DE 


Baltimore Colts (1959) 


Indianapolis (2000-03) 


Baltimore (2005) 


Dick Bielski, FB-TE-PK 


New Orleans (1977-78) 


N.Y. Titans (1960-62) 


Kansas City (2004) 




Philadelphia (1955-59) 


Oakland (1979-81) 


N.Y Jets (1963) 




DickAbsher. LB-K 


Dallas (1960-61) 


Tampa Bay (1981) 


Denver (1964-65) 


Dave Crossan, C 


Washington (1967) 


Baltimore Colts (1962-63) 




Miami (1966-67) 


Washington (1965-69) 


Atlanta (1967-68) 




Louis Carter, RB 






New Orleans (1969-71) 


Alvin Blount. RB 


Oakland (1975) 


Jim Corcoran, QB 


Andrew Crummey, OG 


Philadelphia (1972) 


Dallas (1987) 


Tampa Bay (1976-78) 


Boston (1968) 


Washington (2008-) 


John Alderton, DE 


Conrad Bolston, DL 


Ted Chapman, DE 


Delbert Cowsetle, DL 


Dave D'Addio. RB 


Pittsburgh (1953) 


Minnesota (2007) 
Green Bay (2007-) 


LA Raiders (1987) 


Indianapolis (2000) 
Washington (2000-02) 


Detroit (1984) 


OBrien Alston, LB 




Tom Cichowski, T 


N.Y. Giants (2004) 


Matt D'Amico. LB 


Indianapolis (1988-92) 


Rod Breedlove, LB 
Washington (1960-64) 


Denver (1967-68) 


Curome Cox, CB 


Cincinnati (1989) 


Steve Atkins, RB 


Pittsburgh (1965-67) 


Fred Cole, G 


Denver (2005-) 


Jack Davis, G 


Green Bay (1979-81) 




L.A. Chargers (1960) 




Boston (1960) 


Philadelphia (1981) 


Brooke Brewer, HB 




Renard Cox, DB 






Cleveland (1921) 


Gary Collins, FL-P 


Jacksonville (2001) 


Vernon Davis, TE 


Jess Atkinson, PK 


Akron (1922) 


Cleveland (1962-71) 




San Francisco (2006-) 


NY Giants (1985) 






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SI Louis (1985) 


C.J. Brooks, G 


Lloyd Colteryahn, E 


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Chris Downs, RB 


Washington (1986-87) 


Miami (2005) 


Baltimore Colts (1954-56) 




V Oakland (2004-05) 


Indianapolis (1988) 


Donald Brown, DB 


George Colton, G 






Bob Avellim QB 


Miami (1986) 


New England (1987) 


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Chicago Bears (1975-83) 


San Diego (1986) 






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NY Jets (1984) 


NY Giants (1987) 


Jon Condo. LS 


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New England (2005) 


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Rick Badanjek, FB 


J.B. Brown, DB 


Oakland Raiders (2007-) . 


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Washington (1986) 


Miami (1989-96) 






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Atlanta (1987-88) 


Pittsburgh (1997) 




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Arizona (1998) 








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Detroit (1999-2000) \> 
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New England (2003) 


Washington (1969) 


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Green Bay (2004) 


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Kansas City (1981-91, 1993) 










Denver (1992) 










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sixth pick of the 2006 
NFL Draft, the highest 
selection for a Terp 
since 1975 when Randy 
White was taken with 
the No. 2 overall pick. 




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Darren Drozdov, DT 

Denver (1993) 

Mark Duda, DT 

St. Louis (1983-87) 

Jeff Dugan, TE 

Minnesota (2004-) 

Ferrell Edmunds, TE 

Miami (1988-92) 
Seattle (1993-94) 

Boomer Esiason, QB 
Cincinnati (1984-92, 1997) 
N.Y. Jets (1993-95) 

Arizona (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 (2002-05) 
Buffalo (2006-) 

Domonique Foxworth, CB 

Denver (2005-) 

Ed Fullerton, DB 

Pittsburgh (1953) 

Ed Fulton, G 

LA Rams (1978) 
Buffalo (1979) 

Jared Gaither, OT 
Baltimore Ravens (2007- 

Lu Gambino HB 
Baltimore Colts (1948-49) 

Isaiah Gardner, DB 

Jacksonville (2008-) 

Stan Gelbaugh, QB 
Buffalo (1 986- 
Arizona (1991) 
Seattle (1992-95) 

O'Neil Glenn, OT 

New England (1991) 

Kevin Glover, C 

Detroit (1985-97) 
Seattle (1998-99) 

Tony Greene, CI 
Buffalo (1971-79) 



TERPS IN THE PROS 



Chef Hanulak, HB 

Cleveland (1954, 1957) 



Joey Haynos, TE 
Green Bay (2008- 

Don Healy, T 

Chicago (1958-59) 
Dallas (1960-61) 
Buffalo (1962) 

E.J. Henderson, LB 

Minnesota (2003-) 



Erin Henderson, LB 

Minnesota (2008- 



Stephon Heyer, OL 
Washington (2007 

Bo Hickey, RB 

Denver (1967) 



Eric Hicks, DE 

Kansas City (1998-2007) 

Charles Hill, DL 

Houston Texans (2002) 
Chciago (2003) 
Carolina (2004-05) 

Shaun Hill. QB 
Minnesota (2002-05) 
San Francisco (2006-) 

Sam Hollenbach, QB 
Washington (2007-) 

David Holloway, LB 
Arizona (2007-) 

Steve Ingram, OL 

Tampa Bay (1995) 
Jacksonville (1999) 



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D'Qwell Jackson, LB 

Cleveland (2006-) 

Ben Jefferson, OT 

Indianapolis (1989-90) 

Kris Jenkins, DL 
Carolina (2001-07) 
N.Y. Jets (2008-) 

Rick Jennings, WR 
Oakland (1976-77) 
Tampa Bay (1977) 
San Francisco (1977) 




Leon Joe, LB 

Arizona (2004) 
Chicago (2005-07) 
Tampa Bay (2008-) 

Barry Johnson, WR 

Denver (1991-92) 

Charles Johnson, NT 
Green Bay (1979-80, 1983) 

Vernon Joines, WR 

Cleveland (1989-90) 
Denver (1991) 

Clarence Jones, OT 

N.Y. Giants (1991-94) 
St. Louis Rams (1995) 
New Orleans (1996-98) 
Carolina (1999) 

Stan Jones, G-T-DT 

Chicago Bears (1954-65) 
Washington (1966) 

LaMont Jordan, RB 
New York Jets (2001-04) 
Oakland (2005-) 

Willie Joyner, RB 

Houston (1984) 

William Kershaw, LB 
Kansas City (2006-07) 
New Orleans (2008-) 

Vince Kinney, WR 

Denver (1978-79) 

Bill Kirchiro, G 
Baltimore Colts (1962) 

Mike Kiselak, OL 

Dallas (1998-99) 

Pete Koch, DE 

Cincinnati (1984) 
Kansas City (1985-88) 
L.A. Raiders (1989-90) 

Ray Krouse, DT 
N.Y. Giants (1951-55) 
Detroit (1956-57) 
Baltimore Colts (1958-59) 
Washington (1960) 

Pete Ladygo, G 
Pittsburgh (1952, 1954) 

Keon Lattimore, RB 
Dallas (2008-) 



D'QwellJackson, a second-round pick by 
Cleveland In 2006, led the Browns with 
101 total tackles in 2007. 



Jermaine Lewis, WR 

Baltimore Ravens (1996-2001) 
Houston Texans (2002) 
Jacksonville (2003-04) 

John Lookabaugh, E 

Washington (1946-47) 

James Lynch, FB 

Minnesota (2003) 
Miami (2004) 

J.D. Maarleveld, T 
Tampa Bay (1986-87) 

Mark Manges, QB 

St. Louis (1978) 

Larry Marshall, KR-DB 
Kansas City (1972-73) 

Minnesota (1974) 
Philadelphia (1974-77) 
L.A. Rams (1978) 

Gerrick McPherson, CB 

New York Giants (2006-) 

Jim Meade, FB 

Washington (193940) 

Shawne Merriman, LB 
San Diego (2005-) 

Roland Merritt, WR 
Washington (1970) 

Bruce Mesner, DT 
Buffalo (1987) 
Kansas City (1988) 

Scott Milanovich, QB 

Tampa Bay (1996-99) 

Steve Mike-Mayer, PK 

San Francisco (1975-76) 
Detroit (1977) 
New Orleans (1978) 
Baltimore Colts (1979-80) 

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, QB 
Washington (194749) 

Dre Moore, DL 
Tampa Bay (2008-) 



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Bob Morgan, T 


Adam Podlesh, P 


Dick Shiner, QB 


Mike Tice 


TE 






Madieu Williams. DB 


Chicago Cardinals ( 1954) 


Jacksonville (2007-) 


Washington (1964-66) 


Seattle (1981-88, 1990-92) 


Cincinnati (2004-07) 


Washington (1954) 




Cleveland (1967) 


Washington (1989) 


Minnesota (2008-) 




Warren Powers. DE 


Pittsburgh (1968-69) 


Minnesota (1993, 1995) 




Joe Moss, T 


Denver (1989-92) 


NYGianls(1970) 




Dennard Wilson, DB 


Washington (1952) 




Atlanta (1971-73) 


Steve Trimble. DB 


Washington (2004-05) 




Rob Raba, TE 


New England (1973-74) 


Denver (1981-83) 




Matt Murphy, TE 


N.Y Jets (1977-79) 






Eric Wilson, LB 


Detroit (2002) 


Baltimore Colts (1980) 


Roger Shoals, T 


Billy Van Heusen, SE-P 


Buffalo (1985-86) 


Houston (2003-05) 


Washington (1981) 


Cleveland (1963-64) 


Denver (1968-76) 


Washington (1987) 


Buffalo (2006-) 




Detroit (1965-70) 








Don Ratliff, DE 


Denver (1971) 


Ed Vereb. HB 


Josh Wilson, CB 


Chip Myrtle, LB 


Philadelphia (1975) 




Washington (1960) 


Seattle (2007-i 


Denver (1967-72) 




Eric Sievers, TE 






San Diego (1974) 


Frank Reich, QB 


San Diego (1981-88) 


John Waerig, TE 


Tim Wilson, RB-TE 




Buffalo (1985-94) 


LA Rams (1988) 


Detroit (2001) 


Houston (1977-82) 


RenaldoNehemiah. WR 


Carolina (1995) 


New England (1989-90) 




New Orleans (1983-84) 


San Francisco (1982-84) 


N.Y. Jets (1996) 




Kevin Walker, LB 






Detroit (1997-98) 


Geroy Simon, WR 


Cincinnati (1988-92) 


Elmer Wingate. DE 


EdNickla.G 




Tampa Bay (1997) 




Baltimore Colts (1953) 


Chicago (1959) 


Guy Roberts, LB 




Al Wallace. DE 






Houston (1972-75) 


Irv Smith. DB 


Philadelphia (1997-99) 


John Wright, FB 


Dick Nolan, DB 


Atlanta (1976) 


Washington (1993) 


Chicago (2000) 


Baltimore Colts (1947) 


NY Giants (1954-57, 1959-61) 


Miami (1977) 




Carolina (2002-07) 




Chicago Cardinals 1 1958) 




Jerry Snyder, HB 


Buffalo (2008-) 


Kervin Wyatt. LB 


Dallas (1962) 


Walter Rock, T 


NY Giants (1929) 




N.Y Giants (1980) 




San Francisco (1963-67) 


Staten Island (1930) 


Ron Waller, HB-KR 




Jack Norris, E 


Washington (1968-73) 




L.A. Rams (1955-58) 


Frank Wycheck, HB 


Staten Island (1932) 




Ron Solt, G 


LA Chargers (1960) 


Washington (1993-94) 




Jeff Rodenberger, RB 


Indianapolis (1984-88, 1992) 




Houston/Tennessee (1995-2003) 


Nick Novak, PK 


New Orleans (1987) 


Philadelphia (1988-91) 


Larry Webster, DT 




Arizona (2005) 






Miami (1992-94) 


Scott Zolak.QB 


Washington (2006, 08-) 


Stan Rogers. T 


Randy Starks, DT 


Cleveland (1995) 


New England (1991-98) 


Chicago (2007) 


Denver 1 1975i 


Tennessee (2004-07) 
Miami (2008-) 


Baltimore Ravens (1996-2001) 
N.Y. Jets (2002) 


Miami (1999) 


Neil O'Donnell. QB 


Durrand Roundtree, DE 






Note: Additions or corrections to the 


Pittsburgh (1990-95) 


Indianapolis (2004) 


Chad Sydnor, DB 


Randy White. DT 


above list should be submitted to the 


N.Y. Jets (1996-97) 




Chicago (1989) 


Dallas (1975-88) 


Maryland media relations office. 


Cincinnati (1998) 


Lewis Sanders. DB 








Tennessee (1999-2003) 


Cleveland (2000-04) 


Ratcliff Thomas. LB 


Walter White. TE 






Houston (2005-06) 


Indianapolis (1998-2001) 


Kansas City (1975-79) 




Eric Ogbogu, LB 


Atlanta (2007) 








NY Jets (1998-2001) 


New England (2008-) 


John Tice, TE 


Todd Wike, OG 




Cincinnati (2002) 




New Orleans (1983-91) 


Oakland (2004) 




Dallas (2003-05* 


Mike Sandusky. T-G 
Pittsburgh (1957-65) 


Minnesota (1992-94) 




Kendall Ogle. LB 










Cleveland (1999-2000) 


Jack Scarbath. QB 
Washington (1953-54) 




Terps As NFL Head Coaches 


Tony Okanlawon. DB 
San Diego (2002-04) 


Pittsburgh (1956) 




Maryland Head Coaches to Coach In NFL 




Scott Schankweiler. LB 




Bobby Ross 




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Neal Olkewicz. LB 


Buffalo (1987) 
Ken Schroy. S 




Maryland (1982-86) 




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Washington (1979-89) 


San Dieqo Chargers (1992-96) 


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Detroit Lions (1997-2000) 


Dave Pacella. G-C 
Philadelphia (1984) 


N.Y. Jets (1977-84) 

John Schultz. WR 
Denver (1976-78) 

Chad Srntt DR 




Lou Saban 

Maryland (1966) 




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Alan Pastrana. QB 




Boston Patriots (1960-61) 


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Buffalo Bills (1962-65. 1972- 






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Denver Broncos 1967-71) 




Bob Pellegrini. LB 


Pittsburgh (1997-2004) 




Clark Shaughnessy 




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Philadelphia (1956. 1958-61) 


New England (2005-07) 




Maryland (1942, 1946) 




C. Shaugfinessy 




Washington (1962-65) 


Sean Scott. LB 
Dallas (1988) 




Los Angeles Rams (1948-49 




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Phil Perlo. LB 


Maryland Players 


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Houston (1960) 






Dick Modzelewski 


Mike Tice 




Ben Scorn DB 
Washington (1959-61) 




Cleveland Browns (1977) 


Minnesota Vikings (2001-05) 




Bruce Perry. RB 


Dick Nolan 


Ron Waller 




Philadelphia (2004-06) 


Philadelphia (1962-63) 
San Francisco (1964) 




San Francisco 49ers (1968-7 


5) San Dieqo Chargers (1973) 






New Orleans Saints (1978-8( 


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Dan Plocki, K 










Cleveland (1989) 












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AU-Time NFL Draft Picks 



First Round Picks 



195? 


Ed Modzelewski, B (5) 


Pittsburgh 


1953 


Jack Scarbath, B (2) 


Washington 


1954 


Bernie Falonev, B (10) 


San Francisco 


1955 


Dick Bielski, B (8) 


Philadelphia 


1956 


Bob Pelleqrini, C (3) 


Philadelphia 




EdVereb, B(11) 


Washinqton 


196? 


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 




Ron Solt, OG (19) 


Indianapolis 


1997 


Chad Scott, DB (24) 


Pittsburqh 


2005 


Shawne Merriman, DE (12) 


San Dieqo 


2006 


Vernon Davis, TE (6) 


San Francisco 




Ron Soft 



Chad Scoff 



Shawne Merriman Vernon Davis 



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1937 

6 Bill Guckeyson, B 


Philadelphia 


1944 

12 Tommy Mont, B 


New York Giants 


1945 

1 6 Bill Byrd, C 


New York Giants 


24 Lu Gambino, B 


Chicago 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 

9 JakeRowden, C 


New York Yanks 
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 


But. 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 


Washington 


4 


Lloyd Colteryahn, E 


Pittsburgh 


4 


Ed Fullerton, B 


San Francisco 


5 


Stan Jones, T 


Chicaqo Bears 


7 


John Alderton^E 


Pittsburgh 


8 


Bob Morgan J 


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 

6 

8 


Ron Waller, B 
Jack Bowersox, G 
Sam Irvine, C 


Los Angeles Rams 
Chicago Cardinals 
Chicago Cardinals 


8 


Bill Walker, E 


Detroit 


13 

15 


Tom McLuckie, G 
Don Brougher, C 


Chicago Cardinals 
Philadelphia 


17 


Lynn Beighlol, B 


Green Bay 


22 


George Albrecht, B 


Detroit 


26 


George Palahumk. G 


Philadelphia 



1956 

J Bo b Pelleq rini, C 

1 EdVereb.B 



Philadelphia 
Washington 



8 Russ Dennis, E 
10 Bob Lauqhe ry. B 



Green Bay 



GreenBay 



11 TomSelep, B 



Detroit 



1957 

4 Mike Sandusky, T 

14 Joe Lazzanno, T 



1 5 GeneAlderton, C 

16 Ed Heuri ng, E 



San Francisco 

Los Angeles Rams 

Detroit 



Chicago Bears 



17 Frank Tamburello, B 

1 8 Al Wharton G 
23 Jack Healv, B 
29 Howie Dare, B 



Cleveland 

Chicago Bears 

New York Giants 

Gre en Bay 



1958 

3 __ Ed Cooke, E 
3 Don Healy, T 

28 Wilbur Main, B 



Chicago Bears 
Chicago Bears 
Chicago Bears 



1959 

6 Fred Cole, G 
14 Kurt Schwarz, G 



Chicago Bears 
Washington 



1960 

3 Rod Breedlove, G 

1961 

16 Roger Shoals, T 

17 Everett Cloud, B 



San Francisco 



Cleveland 
Dallas 



1962 

1 Gary Collins, E 
7 Bill Kirchiro, G 

14 Jim Davidson, B 

15 Dick Barlund, E 



Cleveland 



St, Louis 



1963 

2 Tom Brown, B 


Green Bay 


2 Walter Rock, G 


San Francisco 


3 Dave Crossan, G-C 


Philadelphia 


15 Harry Butsko, LB 


Washinqton 


1964 

7 Dick Shiner, QB 


Washington 


'4 Ernie Arizzi, B 


Philadelphia 


1965 

9 KenAmbrusko, B 


Chicago Bears 


14 Jerry Fishman, LB 


Baltimore 


1966 

2 Tom Cichowski, OT 


Green Bay 


1967 

5 Dick Absher, TE 


Philadelphia 


14 BoHickey, FB 


St Louis 


1968 

13 Tom Myslinski, OG 


New York Jets 


1969 

10 Ron Pearson. TE-LB 


Chicago Bears 


11 Alan Pastrana, QB 


Denver 


12 Harry Blackney, RB 

1970 

7 Roland Merntt. WR 


New York Giants 
Washington 


9 Ralph Sonntag, OT 


Washington 


1972 

8 Guy Roberts, LB 


Houston 


15 Larry Marshall, DB 


Kansas City 



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1974 

7 Bart Purvis, OT 


Green Bay 


14 Paul Vellano, DT 


Chicago Bears 


1975 

1 Randy While, DT 


Dallas 


3 Louis Carter, RB 


Oakland 


3 Sieve Mike-Mayer, PK 


San Francisco 


3 Waller While. TE 


Pittsburgh 


5 Stan Rogers, OT 


Denver 


6 Bob Avellim, QB 


Chicago Bears 


10 Phil Wagenheim, P 


Baltimore 


10 Ken Schroy, DB 


Philadelphia 


12 Harry Wallers, LB 


Denver 


16 Robert Smith, DB 


Baltimore 


17 Frank Russell. WR 


Baltimore 


1976 

11 Rick Jennings, RB 


Oakland 


1977 

1 Joe Campbell, DE 


New Orleans 


3 Tim Wilson, RB 


Houston 


3 Ed Fulton, OG 


Los Angeles Rams 


6 Tom Schick, OG 


New Orleans 


12 Dave Conrad. OT 


New York Jets 


1978 

4 Mark Manges, QB 
10 Vince Kinney, WR 


Los Angeles Rams 
Denver 


1979 

2 Steve Atkins. RB 


Green Bay 


3 Charles Johnson, DT 


Green Bay 



1980 

10 Larry Stewart, OT 


Baltimore 


1981 

3 Lloyd Burruss, DB 


Kansas City 


4 Eric Sievers, TE 


San Diego 


6 Sam Johnson, DB 


Detroit 


11 Ed Gall, DT 


New York Jets 


1982 

9 Darnell Dailey, LB 


SI. Louis 


1983 

3 John Tice, TE 


New Orleans 


4 Mark Duda, DT 


St. Louis 


7 Gurnesl Brown. DT 


Buffalo 


1984 

1 Pete Koch, DE 


Cincinnati 


1 Ron Solt. OG 


Indianapolis 


2 Boomer Esiason. QB 


Cincinnati 


4 Dave D'Addio. RB 


Detroit 


7 Willie Joyner. RB 


Houston 


12 Russell Davis. WR 


Buffalo 


1985 

2 Kevin Glover. C 


Detroit 


3 Frank Reich, QB 


Buffalo 


7 Eric Wilson, LB 


Green Bay 


1986 

5 J.D Maarleveld, OT 


Tampa Bay 


5 Donald Brown, DB 


San Dieqo 


6 Stan Gelbauqh, QB 


Dallas 


7 Rick Badanjek. RB 


Washington 


9 Georqe Colton, OG 


New England 


11 Len Lynch, OG 


New York Giants 




Boomer Esiason 
played in the NFL for 
U seasons with the 
Cincinnati Bengals. 
New York Jets and 
Arizona Cardinals 
and passed lor 37.920 
yards and 247 TDs. 



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Randy White was the No. 2 overall pick by the Cowboys in 1 975 and helped lead 
Dallas to a 27-10 victory over Denver in Super Bowl XII. 



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 Ferrell Edmunds, TE 


Miami 


9 Azizuddm Abdur-Raoof. 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 DanPlocki.PK 


Cleveland 


12 J.B. Brown. DB 


Miami 


1990 

3 Neil O'Donnell. QB 


Pittsburgh 


12 Blaine Rose, OG 


New Enqland 


1991 

4 Scott Zolak, QB 


New England 


4 Clarence Jones OT 


New York Giants 


9 O'Neil Glenn OG 


New Enqland 


1992 

3 Larry Webster DT 


Mtam 


7 Derek Steele DE 


Indianapolis 


1993 

6 Frank Wycheck.TE 


Washinqton 


1995 

7 Steve Inqram, OG 


Tampa Bay 


1996 

5 Jermairve 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 DelbertCowsette.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 


Houstor 


7 Matt Murphy, TE 


Detroit 


2003 

2 E.J. Henderson, LB 


Minnesota 


2004 

2 Madieu Williams, S 


Cincinnati 


3 Randy Starts, DT 


Tennessee 


4 Leon Joe, LB 


Chicago 


7 JeffDuqan.TE 


-esota 


7 Bruce Perry RB 


^ejphia 


2005 

1 Shawne Merriman, DE 


San Dieqo 


3 Domonique Foxworth, CB 


Denver 


2006 

-non Davis, TE 


San Francisco 


2 D'Qwell Jackson, LB 


Cleveland 


7 Gerrick McPherson. CB 


NY Giants 


2007 

2 Josh Wilson, CB 


Seattle 


4 Adam Podlesh. P 


Jacksonville 


2008 

4 Dre Moore. DL 


Tampa Bay 



Source: NFL 



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NFL Players By Position 

Receivers/Tight Ends 



Quarterbacks 



Bob Avellini 

Jim Corcoran 



1975-! 






1968 



Boomer Esiason 



1984-97 



W 



Stan Ge lbaugh 



1986-95 



ShaunHill 

Sam Hollenbach 



2002- 



2007- 



Mark Manges 



1978 



Scott Milanovich 



1996-99 



Tommy Mont 



1947-49 



Neil Donnell 



1990-2003 



Al Pastrana 



1969-70 



Frank Reich 



1985-98 



Jack Scarbath 



1953-56 



Dick Shiner 



1964-74 



Scott Zolak 



1991-99 



Running Racks 




Steve Atkins 



1979-81 



Rick Badanjek 



1986-88 



Lance Ball 



2008- 



Dick Bielbk; 



1955-63 



Alvin Blount 



1987 



Brooke Brewer 



1921-22 



Louis Carter 



1975-78 



Dave D'Addio 



1984 



Chris Downs 



2004-05 



Andy Fletcher 



1920 



Lu Gambino 



1948-49 



Chet Hanulak 
Bo Hickey 



1954-57 



1967 



LaMont Jordan 



2001 



Willie Joyner 


1984 


Keon Lattimore 


2008- 


James Lynch 


2003-05 


Jim Meade 


1939-40 


Charlie Mills 


1920 


Ed Modzelewski 


1952, '55-59 


Bruce Perry 


2004-06 


Jeff Rodenberqer 


1987 


Jerry Snyder 


1929-30 


Ed Vereb 


1960 


Ron Waller 


1955-58, '60 


Tim Wilson 


1 9 77-34 


John Wriqht 


1947 






Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof 1988-8 



Dick Bielski 



1955-63 



Gary Collins 
Lloy d Coltery ahn 
Vernon Davis 



1962-71 



1954-56 



2006- 



Jeff Dugan 



2004- 



Ferrell Edmunds 



1988-94 



Ron Fazio 



1987 



Jason Goode 



2008- 



Joey Hay nos 
Rick Jennings 
Barry Johnson 

Vernon Joines 

Vince Kinney 

Jermame Lewis 
Roland Merntt 
James Milling 



2008- 



1976-77 



1991-92 



1989-91 



1978-79 



1996-2004 



1970 



1988-91 



Matt Murphy 



2002-2005 



Renaldo Nehemiah 



1982-84 



Rob Raba 



1977-81 



John Schultz 



1976-78 



Eric Sievers 



1981-90 



Geroy S imon 



1997 



John Tice 



1983-94 



Mike Tice 



1981-95 



Billy Van Heusen_ 
John Waeng 
Walter While 
Isaiah Williams _ 
Frank Wycheck 



1968-76 



2001 



1975-79 



2008- 



1993-2003 




Offensive Lineme 



C.J. Brooks 



2005 



Tom Cichowski 



1967-68 



Fred C ole 
George Colton 



1960 



1987 



Dave Crossan 
Andrew Crum mey 
Jack Da vis 
John Feug ill 
Melvm Fowler 
Ed Fulton 
Jared Gaither 
O'Neil Glenn 
Kevin Glover 
Don Healy 
Stephon Heyer 
Steve Ingram 



1965-69 



2008- 



1960 



2000-2001 



2002- 



1978-79 



2007- 



1991 



1985-99 



1958-62 



2007- 



1995, 1999 



Ben Jefferson 
Clarence Jones 
Stan Jones 
Bill Kirchiro 
Mike Kiselak 
Pete Ladygo 
J.D. Maarleveld 
Bob Morgan 
Joe Moss 
Ed Nickla 
Dave Pacella 
Walter Rock 
Slan Rogers 
Mike Sandusky 
Ron Solt 



1989-90 



1991-2000 



1954-66 



1962 



1 998-99 



1952, '54 



1181,-87 



1954 

1957J 
1959 
1984 



1963-73 



1975 



1957-65 



1984-92 







Defensive Linemen 



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John Alderton 


1953 


Conrad Bolslon 


2007- 


Joe Campbell 


1977-81 


Ted Chapman 


1987 


Ed Cooke 


1*8-67 


Delbert Cowselle 


2000-05 


Darren Drozdov 


1993 


Mark Duda 


1983-87 


Eric Hicks 






Charles Hill 


2002-05 


Kns Jenkins 


2001- 


Charles Johnson 


1979-80, 83 


Slan Jones 


1954-66 


Pete Koch 


1984-90 


Ray Krouse 


1951-60 y 


John Lookabaugh 


1946-47 V 


Bruce Mesner 


1987-88 


Dick Modzelewski 
Dre Moore 


1953-66 
2008- 


Bob Morgan 


1954 


Jack Norns 


1932 


Enc Ogbogu 


1998-2005 


Warren Powers 


1989-92 


Don Ratliff 


1975 


Walter Rock 


1963-73 


Durrand Roundlree 


2004 


Roqer Shoals 


1963-71 


Rand) Starks 


2004- 


Al Wallace 


1997-2000, 02- 


Larry Webster 


1992-2002 


Randy White 


1975-88 


Elmer Winqate 


1953 


Defensive Backs 

Donald Brown 1986-87 


J.B. Brown 


1989-2000 


Tom Brown 


1964-69 


Lloyd Burruss 


1981-93 


Curome Cox 


:oo5- 


Renard Cox 


:ooi 


Cliff Crosby 


<m-2vv~ 


Domonique Foxworth 


2005- 


Ed Fullerton 


1953 


Isaiah Gardner 


2008 


Tony Greene 


1971-79 


Larry Marshall 


1972-78 


Gerrick McPherson 


2006 


Dick Nolan 


1954-62 


Tony Okanlawon 


2002 


Lewis Sanders 


2000- 


Ken Schroy 


1977-84 


Chad Scon 


1007 




Ben Scotti 


1959-64 


Irv Smith 


1993 


Chad Sydnor 


1989 


Steve Trimble 


1981-83 


Madieu Willliams 


2004- 


Dennard Wilson 


200445 


Josh Wilson 


2007- 


Kervin Wyatt 


■980 





Linebackers 



Dick Absher 

O'Brien Alston 
Eric Barton 
Rod Breedlove 
Harry Butsko 
Matt D Amico 
Chuck Faucerte 
Ralph Felton 
|.J. Henderson 
rin Henderson 
avid Holloway 
Qwell Jackson 
Loon Juc 



1967-72 

1988-92 

1999- - 

1960-67 

1963 

1989 

1987-88 

1954-62 

2003- 

2008- 

2007- 

2006- 

2004- 



William Kershaw 



2006- 



Shawne Memman 


2005- 


Chip Myrtle 


1967-72. 74 


Eric Ogbogu 


1997-05 


Kendall Ogle 


1999 


Neal Olkewicz 


1979-89 


Bob Pellegrini 


1956/58-65 


Phil Perio 


1960 


Guy Roberts 


1972-77 


Scott Schankweiler 


1987 


Sean Scott 


1988 


Ratcliff Thomas 


1998-2001 


Kevin Walker 


1988-92 


Eric Wilson 


1985-87 




Kickers/ Punters 

Dick Absher 1967-72 


Jess Atkinson 


1985-88 


Brooks Barnard 


200345 


Dick Bielski 


195543 


Gary Collins 


1962-71 , 


Larry Marshall 


1972-78 i 


Steve Mike-Mayer 


197540 


Nick Novak 


2005- ' 


Adam Podlesh 


2007- 


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 propelling the Terps to a 
42-40 victory in the Orange Bowl. 

Eight years later, on Jan. 3, 1993, Reich met destiny again as he led the 
Buffalo Bills to the greatest comeback in pro football annals. As in the Miami 
game in 1984, Reich came off the bench and performed his heroics against a 
top-notch opponent. This time the foe was the Houston Oilers, who appeared 
on their way to an easy playoff win by building a 35-3 lead 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 touchdowns as the Bills went on to win 41-38 in overtime. 



November 10, 1984 
Maryland 42, Miami 40 



Maryland 
Miami (Fla.) 



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24 



-Miami 9 1 8 Bernie Kosar 1 yard run (Greij Cox kick] 



2-Miami 

2-Miami 



0^37 Willie Smith 7 yard pass from Kosa r (Cox kick) 



_4_ 36 Smith 1 1 yard pass from Kosar (Cox kick) 



Mia. 7-0 
Mia 14-0 
Mia 21 
2-Miami 1:47 Cox 48 yard field goal Mia 24-0 

2-Miami 0:3 1 Charles Henry 1 yard pass from Kosar (Cox kick) Mia. 31-0 

3-Marvland 1:04 Gr eg Hill 39 yard pass from Frank Reich (Jess Atkins on kick) Mia S1-7 

3-Maryland 322 Reich 1 yard run (Atkinson kick Mia. 31-14 

3-Miam i 1 :46 Cox 1 9 yard field goal Mia, !4 14 



3-Maryland 5:03 A lvin Blount 1 yard pass from Reich (Atkinson kick) 

4-Maryland 3:53 Tommy Neal 14yard run (Atkinson kick) 

4-Maryland 018 Hill 68 yard pass from Reich (Atkinson kick) 

4-Maryland 40 



Rick Badanjek 4 yard run (Atkinson kick) 



Mja, 34-21 

Mia, 34-28 
Md 35-34 

Md ., 42-34 

4-Miami 0: 50 Ed die Brown 5 yard pass from Kosar (2-pt pa ss failed) Md, 42-40 

Rushing: Maryland- Badanjek 18-40, Blount 9-36, Neal 6-33, Hill 1-minus 2, Reich 6-minus 14, Wnghl 1-minus 
14, Miami- Bratton 11-63, Highsmith 11-43 Oliver 5-15, Kosar 4-minus 9, 
Passing: Maryland- Reich 12-15-260 3 TD.'o INT, Gelbaugh 6-14-35 TD 1 INT: Miami- Kosar 30-50-363 

4 TD, 2 INT 

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, Highsmith 3-24. Brown 2-12, Henry 1-1 




January 3, 1993 

Buffalo 41, Houston 38 (OT) 



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Buffalo Bills 



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1 -Bills 

2-Oilers 

2-Oilers 



13:36 

6:01 

11:51 



2-Oilers 



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filers 

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3-Bills 

3-Bills 

3-Bills 

4-Bills 

4-Oilers 

OT-Bills 



Steve Christie 36 yard field goal 
Webster Slaughter 7 yard pass from Moon (Del Greco kick) 
Curtis Duncan 26 yard pass from Moon (Del Greco kick) 
Jeffires 27 yard pass from Moon (Del Greco kick) 



1:41 
6:08 
7:04 
10:39 



13:00 



1152 



1448 
3:06 



Johnny McDowell 58 yard interception return (Del Greco kick) 

Kenneth Davis 1 yard run (Chnstie kick) 

Don Beebe 38 yard pass from Frank Reich (Chnstie kick) 

Andre Reed 26 yard pass from Reich (Christie kick) 

Reed 18 yard pass from Reich (Christie kick) 

Reed 17 yard pass from Reich (Christie kick) 

Del Greco 26 yard field goal 

Christie 32 yard field goal 




Rushing: Oilers- White 19-75. Moon 2-7, Montgomery 1-0: Bills- Davis 13-68, Thomas 11-26, Gardner l-5q_ 

Reich 1 -minus 1 __ I 

Passing: Oilers- Moon 36-50-371 4 TD 2 INT Bills- Reich 21-34-289 4 TD 1 1NT 



Receiving: Oilers- Givens 9-117, Jeffires 8-98, Slaughter 8-73. Duncan 8-57, Hams 2-24. White 1-11 Bills- ( 
Reed 8-136. Beebe 4-64, Metzelaars 3-43, Davis 2-25, Lofton 2-24, Thomas 2-minus 3 

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Annual Records & Finishes 



Annual win-loss records since 1 892 (SAIAA-South Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Association; SC-Southern Conference; ACC-Atlantic Coast Conference.) 

Overall Conf. Conf. Final AP 
Year Record H A __N PF PA Con f. Rec. Finish Coach Rank Bowl Game 



1940_ 

1941 
1942_ 

1943 
1944 
1945 



2-6-1 



3-5-1 



7-2-0 



4-5-0 



1-7-1 



6-2-1 



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 


2-4-0 


2-2-0 


0-2-0 




44 (7.3) 


68(11.3) 








Grenville Lewis 




1898 


2-5-1 


1-2-0 


1-3-1 




80(10.0) 


147(18.4) 








Frank Kenly 




1899 


14-0 


1-1-0 


0-3-0 




26 (5.2) 


157(31.4) 








S.M Cooke 




1900 


3-4-1 


2-4-1 


1-0-0 




68(8 Si 


67(8.4) 








F.H. Peters 




1901 


1-7-0 


1-4-0 


0-2-0 


0-1-0 


49(6.1) 


129(16.1) 








Emmons Dunbar 




1902 


3-5-2 


2-2-1 


0-2-1 


1-1-0 


28 (2.8) 


90 (9.0) 








D. John Markey 




1903 


7-4-0 


4-1-0 


1-3-0 


2-0-0 


104(9.5) 


64 (5.8) 








D. John Markey 




1904 


2-4-2 


0-0-1 


2-4-1 




33(4.1) 


62(7.8) 








D. John Markey 




1905 


6-4-0 


5-1-0 


1-3-0 




131(13 1! 


66 (6.6) 








Fred Neilsen 




1 906 


5-3-0 


3-0-0 


2-2-0 


0-1-0 


98(12.3) 


73(9.1) 








Fred Neilsen 




1907 


3-6-0 


1-2-0 


1-4-0 


1-0-0 


44 (4.9) 


71 (7.9) 








Charles Melick 




1908 


3-8-0 


3-4-0 


0-4-0 




27 (2.5) 


204(18.5) 








Bih Lang 




'909 


2-5-0 


1-1-0 


1-3-0 


; i-1-O 


19:2 7; 


103(14.7) 








Bill Lanq and Dr. Edward Larkin 




1910 


4-3-1 


2-0-0 


1-3-1 


1-0-0 


78 (9.8) 


42 (5J) 








Royal Alston 




1911 


4-4-2 


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) 








HC Curley Byrd 




1915 


6-3-0 


6-0-0 


0-3-0 




161(17.9) 


69i77i 








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) 








HC 'Curley" Byrd 




1919 


5-4-0 


2-2-0 


3-2-0 




93(10.3) 


74 (8.2) 








HC Curley Byrd 




1920 


■-2-<: 


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(141) 


sc 


1-2-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1922 


4-5-1 


0-0-1 


3-5-0 


1-0-0 


77(7.7) 


137(13.7) 


sc 


1-2-1 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1923 


7-2-1 


5-0-0 


2-1-0 


0-1-1 


216(21.6) 


56 (5.6) 


sc 


3-1-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1924 


3-3-3 


2-1-1 


1-1-1 


0-1-1 


74 (8.2) 


78 (8.7) 


sc 


2-2-1 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1925 


2-5-1 


1-1-0 


0-2-0 


1-2-1 


53 (6.6) 


82(10.3) 


sc 


0-4-0 


na 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1926 


5-4-1 


3-0-1 


1-3-0 


1-1-0 


161(16.1) 


93 (9.3) 


sc 


1-3-1 


na 


H C "Curley Byrd 




1927 


4-7-0 


2-1-0 


1-4-0 


1-2-0 


186(16 9) 


144(13.1) 


SC 


2-3-0 


na 


H.C. "Curtey" 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-C 


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 1 19 4i 


>«i9 8i 


sc 


4-0-0 


na 


HC 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 


HC 'Curley Byrd 




1933 


3-7-0 


2-1-0 


1-3-0 


0-3-0 


107(10.7) 


149(14.9) 


sc 


14-0 


9th 


H C "Curley' Byrd 




1934 


7-3-0 


3-0-0 


0-3-0 


4-0-0 


143(14.3) 


49 (4.9) 


sc 


3-1-0 


T-3rd 


H.C. "Curley" Byrd 




1935 


7-2-2 


1-0-1 


3-0-0 


3-2-1 


127(11.5) 


78(7.1) 


sc 


3-1-1 


3rd 


Jack Faber 




1936 


6-5-0 


1-2-0 


2-2-0 


3-1-0 


117(10.6) 


59 (5.4) 


sc 


3-2-0 


T-5th 


Frank Dobson 




1937 


8-2-0 


3-0-0 


2-2-0 


3-0-0 


127 (12.7) 


65(6.5) 


sc 


2-0-0 


1st 


Frank Dobson 




1938 


2-7-0 
2-7-0 


0-4-0 
1-2-0 


0-3-0 

0-3-0 


2-0-0 

1-2-0 


86 (9.6) 

64(7.1) 


235(26.1) 


sc 


1-2-0 


12th 


Frank Dobson 




1939 


106(11.8) 


sc 


0-1-0 


14th 


Frank Dobson 








- 



0-3-1 



0-3-0 



2-0-0 



39 (4.3) 



2-1-0 



0-2-0 



1-2-1 



49(5.4) 



171,190.1 SC 0-1-1 



1 2th Jack Faber/AI Heagy/AI Woods 



196( 21.8) SC 1-2-0 12th Jack Faber/AI Heagy/AI Woods 



3-0-0 



1-2-0 



3-0-0 



198(22.0) 124(13.8) SC 1-2-0 13th Clark Shaughnessy 



2-2-0 



1-3-0 



1-0-0 



105(11.7) 194(21.6) SC 2-0-0 2nd Cl arence Spears 



0-3-1 



0-3-0 



-1-0 



_46J5.JL 



170 (18.9) SC 1-1-0 6th Clarence Spears 



3-1-0 



2-1-1 



1-0-0 



219(24.3) 105(11.7) SC 3-2-0 T-5th Pa ul "Bear" Bryant 



1946 


3-6-0 


2-2-0 


0-4-0 


1-0-0 


136(15.1) 


193(21.4) 


SC 


2-5-0 


12th 


Clark Shauqhnessy 






1947 


7-2-2 


3-0-1 


4-1-0 


0-1-1 


207 1 18 8; 


121 (11.0) 


SC 


3-2-1 


T-6th 


Jim Tatum 




Gator Bowl (Georgia, T 20-20] 


1948 


6-4-C 


2-2-0 


4 2-"' 




207 (20 7) 


1 '.2 1 1.3 29 


SC 


4-2-0 


6th 


Jim Tatum 






1949 


9-1-0 


4-0-0 


4-1-0 


1-0-0 


266 (26.6) 


81(8.1) 


SC 


4-0-0 


.'Mil 


Jim Tatum 


#14 


Gator Bowl (Missoun, 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(38.1) 


75(7 5) 


sc 


5-0-0 


T-1sl 


Jim Tatum 


#3 


Sugar Bowl (Tennessee. W. 28-13) 


190,' 


7-2-0 


3-0-0 


4-2-0 




218(24 2, 


85(9.4) 








Jim Tatum 


#13 





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1959 



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7-2-1 



10-1-0 



2-7-1 



5-5-0 



4-6-0 



5-5-0 



H 
5-0-0 
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2-2-1 



5-0-0 



0-3-1 



3-2-0 



1-2-0 



4-1-0 



5-0-0 
2-4-0 

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



1-1-0 
0-1-0 

0-1-0 
0-1-0 



PF 
298(271) 
280 (28.0) 
217(19,7) 
68 (6.8) 
119(11.9 
132(13.2) 
184(184) 



PA Conf. 
38 (3.5) ACC 

67(6 7, ACC 



ACC 
ACC 



77(7 0) 
168(16.8) 
144 (14.4; ACC 

175(17 5) ACC 



Conf. 
Rec. 

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



Conf. Final AP 

Finish Coach Rank 

T-1sl JimTatum #1 

2nd JimTatum #8 

T-1st JimTatum 



Bowl Game 

Orange Bowl (Oklahoma. L, 7-0) 



4th Tommy Mont 



#3 Orange Bowl (Oklahoma, L, 20-6) 



4-3-0 T-3rd Tommy Mont 
3-3-0 5th Tommy Mont 



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ACC 4-2-0 3rd Tom Nugent 



1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 
1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 



6-4-0 
7-3-0 



64-0 



3-7-0 



5-5-0 



4-6-0 



4-6-0 



0-9-0 



2-8-0 



3-7-0 



2-2-0 
4-1-0 



4-2-0 
3-2-0 



171(171) 
156(15.6] 



4-1-0 



2-3-0 



170(17.0) 



2-3-0 



1-3-0 



0-1-0 



148(14.8) 



164(16 4) ACC 

141(14 1) ACC 

128 1 12 8 1 ACC 

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5-2-0 
3-3-0 



3rd 
3rd 



5-2-0 



3rd 



2-5-0 



5th 



Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 
Tom Nugent 



3-2-0 



1-3-0 



1-0-0 



164(16 4) 



126 (12.6) ACC 4-3-0 T-3rd Tom Nugent 



14-0 



3-2-0 



132(13 .2) 164(164) A CC 3-3-0 T-5th Tom Nug ent 



4-1-0 



0-5-0 



180(18.0) 



204(20.4) ACC 3-3-0 T-3rd LouSaban 



04-0 



0-5-0 



2-3-0 



04-0 



0-1-0 



46(5.1) 



231(25 7) ACC 0-6-0 8th Bob Ward 



171(17.1) 299(29.9) ACC 2-5-0 7th BobWard 



2-3-0 



14-0 



100(10.0) 



249(24.9) ACC 3-3-0 T-3rd Roy Lester 



2-9-0 



2-9-0 



1-5-0 



1-3-0 



0-1-0 



112(10.2) 



241(21.9) ACC 24-0 T-6th Roy Lester 



24-0 



0-5-0 



224 (20. 4) 283 (2 5.7) ACC 14-0 7th Ro y Lester 



5-5-1 
84-0 
84-0 



9-2-1 
11-1-0 



84-0 



9-3-0 



74-0 



4-1-0 



14-1 



243(22.1) 217(19.7) ACC 3-2-1 



3rd Jerry Claiborne 



4-2-0 



3-1-0 



1-1-0 



335 (27.9) 



141(11.8) ACC 5-1-0 2nd Jerr y Claiborne #20 Peach Bowl (Georgia, L. 1 7-16) 



5-1-0 



2-1-0 



1-2-0 



312(26.0) 



150(12.5) ACC 6-0-0 



1st Jerry Claiborne #13 



4-1-0 
6-0-0 



4-1-1 



1-0-0 



312(26 .0) 



150(12.5) ACC 5-0-0 1st Jerry Claiborne #13 



Liberty Bowl (Tennessee. L. 7-3 1 
Gator Bow Florida N ___) 



5-0-0 



0-1-0 



294 24.5 



115(9.6) ACC 5-0-0 



1st 



4-2-0 



3-2-0 



1-0-0 



254(21.2) 179(14.9) ACC 4-2-0 T-3i 



4-1-0 



5-1-0 



0-1-0 



261(21.8) 167(13.9) ACC 5-1-0 



2nd 



5-1-0 



2-3-0 



198(18.0) 135(12 3) ACC 4-2-0 T-2nd 



Jerry C a borne 
Jerry c a borne 
Jerry Clai borne 
Jerry Claiborne 



J8 Cotton Bowl (Housto n. L, 30-21) 



#20 



Hall of Fame Bowl (Minne sota, W. 17-7) 
Sun Bowl (Texas, L, 42-0) 



84-0 



5-1-0 



3-2-0 



0-1-0 



211(17.6 



165(13.8) ACC 5-1-0 2nd Jerry Claiborne 



Tangenne Bowl (Florida L 35-20) 



4-6-1 



2-2-0 



24-1 



232(21.1) 



194(17.6) ACC 4-2-0 



3rd Jerry Claiborne 



84-0 



84-0 



9-3-0 



5-1-0 



3-2-0 



0-1-0 



373(31.1) 220(18.3) ACC 5-1-0 2nd Bobby Ro ss 



5-1-0 



3-2-0 



0-1-0 



316(26.3) 253(21.1) ACC 



6-0-0 



1st Bobby Ross 



2-2-0 



5-1-0 



2-0-0 



380(31.7) 280(23.3) ACC 



6-0-0 



1st Bobby Ross 



#20 Aloha Bowl (Washington, L. 21-20) 
Fia Cit rus Bowl (Tennessee, L, 30-23) 

#12 Sun Bowl i Tennessee N 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 Knvak 






198S 


5*0 


3-2-0 


24-0 




260 (23.6) 


304 (27.6) 


ACC 


4-3-0 


T4th 


Joe Knvak 






1989 




2-3-0 


14-0 


0-0-1 


215(19.5) 


238(21.6) 


ACC 


2-5-0 


6th 


Joe Knvak 






1990 


6-5-1 


3-1-0 


3-3-0 




237 (19.8) 


284 (23.7) 


ACC 


4-3-0 


4th 


Joe Knvak 




Independence Bowl (La. Tech, T, 34-34) 


1991 


2-9-0 


1-3-0 


1*0 


0-1-0 


138(12.5) 


302 (27.5) 


ACC 


2-5-0 


6th 


Joe Knvak 






1992 


3*0 


24-0 


14-0 




292 (26.5) 


365 (33.2) 


ACC 


2*0 


3th 


Mark Duffner 






1993 




14-C 


1-5-0 




243(22.1) 


479 (43.5) 


ACC 


2*0 


T-7tr 


Mark Duffner 






1994 


4-7-0 


3-2-0 


1-5-0 




270 (24.5) 


326 (29.6) 


ACC 


2*0 


7th 


Mark Duffner 






1995 


6*0 


3-2-0 


3-30 




210(19.1) 


251 (22.8) 


ACC 


44-0 


T-5th 


Mark Duffner 






■996 


5*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 


2-90 


1*0 


14-C 




161 (14.6) 


355 (32.3) 


ACC 


1-7-0 


8th 


Ron Vanderlinden 






1998 


3*0 


2-3-0 


1*0 


0-1-0 


202(18.4) 


290 i 26 4 


ACC 


1-7-0 


T-8th 


Ron Vanderlinden 






1999 


5*0 


3*0 


2-3-0 




292 (26.5) 


260 (23.6) 


ACC 


2-6-0 


T-8th 


Ron Vanderlinden 






: 


5*0 


--:-: 


14-0 




247 (22.5) 


284(25.8) 


ACC 


3-5-0 


T-6th 


Ron Vanderlinden 






2001 


10-2-0 


7*0 


3-1-0 


0-1-0 


390 (35.5) 


210(19.1) 


ACC 


7-1-0 


1st 


Ralph Friedqen 


#11 


Oranqe Bowl (Florida, L, 56-23) 


2002 


11-3-0 


6-1-0 


4-1-0 


•-■-: 


451 (32.2) 


228(16.3) 


ACC 


6-2-0 


T-2nd 


Ralph Friedqen 


#13 


Pear 5 ■■ 


2003 


10-3-0 


6*0 


3-3-0 


1*0 


406(31.1) 


206 '58. 


ACC 


6-2-0 


2nd 


Ralph Fnedqen 


#17 


Gator Bowl (West Virginia, W, 41-7) 


2004 


5*0 


4-2-0 


14-0 




195(17.7) 


220 2C : 


ACC 


3*0 


T-fflh 


Ralph Friedqen 






2005 


5*0 


1*0 


3-2-0 


1*0 


270 (24.5) 


275(25.0) 


ACC 


3-5-0 


T4th IA _' 


Ralph Friedqen 






2006 


9*0 


6-1-0 


2*0 


1*0 


284(21.8) 


284(21.8) 


ACC 


5*0 


T.2nrj : - 


- ■;■ --edgen 


RV 


Champs Sports Bowl (Purdue. W, 24-7) 


2007 


6-7-0 


3-3-0 


3-30 


0-1-0 


313(24.1) 


280(21.5) 


ACC 


3-SO 


5th '»' 


Pa. h F-edgen 




Emerald Bowl (Oregon State. L. 21-14) 



All-Time Composite Totals 



All-Time Record 
Total Games 
Home 



592-51643(533) All Conference Games 



262-218-13 (.545) 



1,151 



At Byrd Stadium (since 19__ 

Away 

Neutral 



321-178-17 (.639) 



South Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Assoc. Games 
Southern Conference Games 



■-'-: -::: 



■_.-".-' ?:•: Atlantic Coast Conference Games 



205-282-161.423) Total Atlantic Coast Conference Games 



66-56-10 (.538) 



Points Scored 
Points Against 



19.945 



Bowl Games 



18.225 



ACC Finishes " 95M0M » 

First 9 Fifth 6 



Second 



Sixth 



9-11-2 (.455) Third 



11 



Seventh 



Fourth 



Eighth 



C:- : :-r .52: 



196-1624 (.547) 



362 



ACC Finishes ' " ■ "—• > 

First Fourth 

Second 



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Year-By-Year Results 

Game-by-game results lor every Maryland football sea- IftQS 1904 



Game-by-game results for every Maryland football sea- 
son since 1892 Maryland was known as Maryland Agricultural 
College from 1892-191 5, and as Maryland State College from 
1916-1919. Maryland's conference affiliations: Atlantic Coast 
Conference since 1953, Southern Conference from 1921-51 
(SC standings not available from 1 921 -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., Irom 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 
' — indicates games played on Thanksgiving Day 



1892 



0-3-0 (0-1, 0-1, 0-1) 
Head Coach: Will Skinner 

015 af St John's (Annapolis) L 0-50 

N5 Johns Hopkins ' L 0-62 

N19 Episcopal High L 0-16 

' at Clifton Park, Md 

1893 

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 



NO TEAM 



1895 
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 Alexandria High W 18-0 

N10 Bethel Military W 20-10 

Episcopal High L 0-6 

N14 at Western Maryland W 16-6 

Central High.. W 14-0 

N21 Old Maryland (Baltimore) T 0-0 



1897 



2-4-0 (2-2, 0-2) 

Head Coach: Grenville Lewis 

016 Central High W 24-6 

O20 Eastern High W 4-0 

O30 Johns Hopkins ...L 6-30 

N13 at St John's (Annapolis) L 4-6 

N17 Gallaudet L 6-16 

N20 at Baltimore Medical ' L 0-10 

at Baltimore, Md (Electnc 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 W 27-0 



1899 



1-4-0 (1-1, 0-3) 

Head Coach: S.M. Cooke 

014 Western Maryland L 0-21 

025 Eastern High W 26-0 

028 at Johns Hopkins L 040 

N8 at Delaware L 0-34 

N10 al SI 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 

O20 Gibraltar Athletic Club L 0-17 

024 Georgetown Prep L 0-5 

O30 Episcopal High L 6-34 

N12 Georgetown Prep W 15-0 

N13 Gonzaga High L 5-11 

N24 Gonzaga High W 21-0 

N29 at Charlotte Hall Academy W 21-0 



1901 



1-7-0(1-4,0-2,0-1) 

Head Coach: Emmons Dunbar 

05 atDelaware L 6-24 

016 Gallaudet L 10-11 

019 Johns Hopkins ' L 0-6 

O30 Central High L 0-11 

N9 Rock Hill L 6-11 

N13 US Marines W 27-0 

N16 at Walbrook Athletic Club L 0-36 

N23 Western Maryland L 0-30 

1 at American Legion Park 



1902 



3-5-2 (2-2-1, 0-2-1, 1-1) 
Head Coach: D John Markey 

015 Georgetown L 0-27 

018 Mount 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 al 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 

1 at Washington, DC 
•at American Legion Park 



1903 



7-4-0(4-1,1-3,2-0) 

Head Coach: D John Markey 

S28 Georgetown L 0-28 

02 Clifton Athletic Club W 5-0 

07 Gunton Temple W 21-0 

011 Washington College W 28-0 

017 at St, John's (Annapolis) L 0-18 

028 Tech High' W 27-0 

031 atColumbran 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 atDelaware 10-16 

1 at Washington, D.C. 
-at Wilmington. Del 



2-4-2 (0-0-1, 2-4-1) 

Head Coach: D. John Markey 

S24 atGeorgetown L 0-22 

01 Randolph Macon T 0-0 

08 at Fort Monroe T 0-0 

015 at Mount St Mary's W 11-6 

022 at Western Maryland L 0-5 

N5 at Old Maryland (Baltimore) L 0-6 

N19 at Gallaudet W 22-5 

N26 atDelaware' L 0-18 

al 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 al William & Mary W 17-0 

N11 St. John's (Annapolis) W 27-5 

N18 at Washington College L 0-17 

N25 Old Maryland (Baltimore) W 23-5 

N30 atDelaware L 0-12 



1906 



5-3-0(3-0,2-2,0-1) 
Head Coach: Fred Neilsen 

S29 Tech High W 5-0 

06 Baltimore City College W 22-0 

O10 at Navy L 0-12 

013 Georgetown 1 L 0-28 

O20 at Mount Washington L 0-29 

N10 at St. John's (Annapolis) W 204 

N17 at Rock Hill W 16-0 

N24 Washington College W 35-0 

1 at Washington, D C (Griffith Stadium) 



1907 



3-6-0(1-2,14,1-0) 

Head Coach: Charles Melick 

S28 Tech High W 

Georgetown L 

05 atRichmond L 

09 atNavy L 

012 at Mount St Mary's L 

026 George Washington ' W 

N9 at Washington College W 

N16 St. John's (Annapolis) L 

N23 atGallaudel L 

1 al Washington, DC (Griffith Stadium) 



13-0 
0-10 
5-11 
0-12 
6-12 
10-0 
10-5 
0-16 
0-5 



1908 



3-8-0 (3-4, 0-4) 
Head Coach: Bill Lang 

S26 Tech High L 5-6 

S30 Central High W 5-0 

03 atRichmond L 0-22 

O10 at Johns Hopkins L 0-10 

014 Navy L 0-57 

017 Gallaudet W 5-0 

024 at George Washington L 0-57 

031 at Fredricksburg (Va) L 0-10 

N7 Baltimore Poly W 12-0 

N14 SI 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 Larkm 

S25 Tech High L 0-11 

02 al Richmond 10-12 

09 at Johns Hopkins L 0-9 

016 Rock Hill.. W5-0 

023 George Washington' L 0-26 

O30 at NC Stale 1 0-33 

N6 atGallaudel W 14-12 

' al Washington, DC (Gnffith Stadium) 



1910 

4-3-1 (2-0, 1-3-1, 1-0) 
Head Coach: Royal Alston 

526 Central High W 12-0 

01 atRichmond W 20-0 

08 at Johns Hopkins T 11-11 

015 CatholicU 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 

' al Washington, DC (Griffith Stadium) 

1911 

44-2(4-3-2,0-1) 

Head Coach: Charley Donnelly/H C "Curley" Byrd 

Tech High W 6-0 

S30 Richmond T 0-0 

014 Fredricksburg (Va.) W 5-0 

Central High L 0-14 

021 Johns Hopkins L 3-6 

028 CatholicU 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 al Western Maryland W 17-7 

N30 al 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 al Johns Hopkins W 26-0 

018 Western Maryland W 46-0 

025 atNavy 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: H C "Curley" Byrd 

S26 Baltimore Poly L 0-6 

03 CatholicU W 6-0 

O10 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 atGallaudel 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 at Haverford L 0-7 

09 at Catholic U L 0-16 

016 Gallaudet. W 10-3 

023 Pennsylvania Military W 14-13 

030 SI. John's (Annapolis) W 27-14 

N6 Washington College W 28-13 

N13 Western Maryland W 51-0 

N25 at Johns Hopkins T L 0-3 



13,000 



— — ^ II II I M l I ^ ^ — — ».-«« 



1916 



6-2-0 (4-1, 2-1] 

Head Coach: HC "Curtey* Byrd 

06 Dickinson W 6-0 

011 itNavy L 7-14 

018 Virginia Military W 15-9 

025 Haverford L 6-7 

N9 SI Johns (Annapolis) W 31-6 

N16 CalholicU . W 13-9 

N23 al New York U W 10-7 

N30 al Johns Hopkins ' W 54-0 7000 



1917 



4-3-1(3-0, 1-2-1.0-1) 

Head Coach: H C "Curley - Byrd 

06 Delaware , W 20-0 

013 alNavy L 0-62 

020 al Virginia Military T 14-14 

027 Wake Forest W 29-13 

N3 NC Stale' L 6-10 

N10 St John's (Annapolis) W 13-3 

N17 at Penn Stale L 0-57 

N30 al Johns Hopkins' W 7-0 

' at Washington. D C (Central H,S Stadium) 



1918 



4-1-1 (1-1, 1-0-1. 2-0) 
Head Coach: H C 'Curley' Byrd 
026 AmencanU L 6-13 

i: Virginia Military W 7-6 

N9 Western Maryland W 19-0 

N16 New York U W 6-2 

N23 St. John's (Annapolis) ' W 19-14 

N28 at Johns Hopkins' T 0-0 

at Baltimore, Md (Homewood Field) 



1919 



5-4-0 (2-2. 3-2) 

Head Coach: H C 'Curley' Byrd 

04 Swarthmore L 6-10 

011 atVirgmia. W 13-0 

018 al West Virginia L 0-27 

025 Virginia Tech .1 M 

N1 al Yale L 0-31 

N8 at St John's (Annapolis) W 27-0 

N15 Catholic U W 130 

N22 Western Maryland W 20-0 

N27 al Johns Hopkins' W 14-0 15.000 



1920 



7-2-0 (3-0. 4-2| 

SAIAA: 1-1-0 

Head Coach: H C 'Curley' Byrd 

S25 Randolph Macon W 54-0 

02 at Rutgers 1 0-* 

09 -atPnnceton L 0-35 

016 Washington College W 27-0 

023 -at Virginia Tech W 7-0 

030 at North Carolina W 130 

N6 at Catholic U W 14-0 

N13 at Syracuse W 10-7 3,500 

N25 Johns Hopkins ' W 24-7 



1921 



3-5-1(0-1.2-3, 1-1-1) 

SC: 1-2-0 

Head Coach: H C "Curley' Byrd 

01 at Rutgers W 3-0 

08 at Syracuse L 0-42 9.000 

015 SI John's (Annapolis) L 3-7 

022 -Virginia Tech W 10-7 

029 • North Carolina : L 7-16 

N5 at Yale L 0-28 

N12 at Catholic U W 1M 

N19 at Carnegie Tech 10-21 

■NC State" 1 TM 

'at Washington. DC. 
-' at Baltimore Md (Memorial Stadium) 



1922 



4-5-1 (0-0-1, 3-5, 1-0) 

SC: 1-2-1 

Head Coach: H C 'Curley' Byrd 

S30 Third Army Corps' W 7-0 

07 -Richmond T 0-0 

014 al Pennsylvania ,.L 0-12 

021 alPnnceton L 0-26 

028 • at North Carolina L 3-27 

N4 ■ at Virginia Tech L 0-21 

N11 at Yale L 345 

N18 at Johns Hopkins W 3-0 

N25 at CalholicU W 54-0 

N30 • at NC Stale' W 7-6 

1 al Baltimore, Md (Homewood Field) 



1923 



7-2-1(5-0,2-1,0-1-1) 

SC: 3-1-0 

Head Coach: H C 'Curley' Byrd 

S29 Randolph Macon W 53-0 

06 al 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 at Yale L 14-16 

N17 • at NC State W 26-12 

N24 Catholic U " W 40-6 

N29 Johns Hopkins T 6-6 

'at 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. 'Curley' 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 at Vale 1 047 

N15 • NC State T 0-0 

N27 Johns Hopkins n T 0-0 

1 al Washington D C (Central H.S Stadium) 
■ at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 



1925 



2-5-1(1-1.0-2. 1-2-1) 

SC: 0-4-0 

Head Coach: H C 'Curley" Byrd 

S26 Washington College W 13-0 

O10 Rutgers W 16-0 

017 • Virginia Tech .10-3 

024 -at Virginia 1 00 

031 • North Carolina .1 0-16 

N7 at Yale I 1443 

N14 • Washington & Lee L 3-7 

N26 Johns Hopkins T 7-7 

' at Philadelphia, Pa 
; at Washington, D C (Griffith Stadium) 
at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 



1926 



5-4-1(3-0-1,1-3, 1-1) 

SC: 1-3-1 

Head Coach: H.C 'Curley' Byrd 

S25 Washington College W 63-0 

02 • at South Carolina L 0-12 

09 at Chicago L 0-21 

016 -Virginia Tech L 8-24 

023 • North Carolina W 14-6 

O30 Gallaudet W 38-7 

N6 at Yale W 15-0 

N13 -Virginia TM 

N20 -at Washington S Lee L 0-3 

N25 Johns Hopkins ~ W 17-14 
' atNorfolk, Va. 
: at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Stadium) 



200B FOOTBALL 
MEDIA S RECRUITING 



20.000 
3,000 



11.000 



20,000 



20,000 



1927 

4-7-0 (2-1. 1-4. 1-2) 

SC: 2-3-0 

Head Coach: HC '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 • al Virginia Military W 10-6 

029 • Washington S Lee L 6-13 

N5 at Yale L 6-30 

N12 -al Virginia L 0-21 

N19 alVanderhill L 20-39 

N24 Johns Hopkins L 13-14 

D3 Flonda L 6-7 

'at Norfolk, Va 
- at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium) 

5 al Jacksonville, Fla (Municipal Stadium] 

1928 

6-3-1 (3-1, 1-1-1. 2-1) 

SC: 2-2-1 

Head Coach: H C 'Curley' Byrd 

S29 Washington College W 31-0 

06 • North Carolina L 19-26 

013 at South Carolina L 7-21 

O20 Western Maryland W 13-6 

027 ■ at Virginia Military T 0-0 

N3 ■ Virginia Tech L 6-9 

N10 at Yale W 6-0 

N17 -Virginia* W 18-2 

N24 • Washington 8 Lee ■ W 6-0 

N29 Johns Hopkins " W 26-6 

' at Norfolk. Va. 

■ at Washington, D C (Gnffith Stadium) 

1 at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 

1929 

44-2 (1-2-1, 1-1-1. 2-1) 

SC: 1-2-1 

Head Coach: H C 'Curley' Byrd 

S27 Washington College W 34-7 

05 • North Carolina L 043 

012 South Carolina L 6-26 

019 at Gallaudet W 130 

026 -at Virginia Military L 6-7 

N2 -Virginia" 1 T 13-13 

N9 atYale T 13-13 

N16 •Virginia Tech' W 24-0 

N28 Johns Hopkins "■ W 39-6 

D7 Western Maryland ' L 0-12 

' 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 'Curley' Byrd 

S27 Washington College W 60-6 

04 atYale 1 1340 

011 -at North Carolina L 21 

018 St. John's (Annapolis) W 21-13 

025 • at Virginia Military W 20O 

N1 -at Virginia W 14-6 

N8 • Washington & Lee " : W 41-7 

N15 ■ Virginia Tech ' W 13-7 

N22 at Navy ,L 0-6 

N27 Johns Hopkins ■ W 21-0 

N29 alVanderbilt L 7-22 

D6 Western Maryland : L 0-7 

' at Norfolk. Va. 

; at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Stadium) 



32.000 



18,000 



6.000 



1931 

8-1-1 (3-0-1. 2-1. 3-0) 

SC: 4-O-0 

Head Coach: H C 'Curley' Byrd 

S26 Washington College W 13-0 

03 • Virginia W 7-6 

O10 Navy W 6-0 16,000 

017 Kentucky ,..T 6-6 

024 • at Virginia Military W 41-20 

031 • at Virginia Tech W 20-0 5,000 

N7 atVanderbill L 12-39 

- rVashinglon S Lee "'- W 13-7 

N26 Johns Hopkins W 35-14 

D5 Western Maryland W 41-6 

' al Washington, D C (Griffith Stadium) 

■ at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 

1932 

5-6-0(2-1,2-2,1-3) 

SC: 1-3-0 

Head Coach: H C 'Curley' Byrd 

S24 Washington College W 63-0 

01 -at Virginia L 6-7 

08 • Virginia Tech L 0-23 

015 -at Duke 10-34 

022 St. John's (Annapolis) W 24-7 

029 at Virginia Military W 12-7 

N5 Vanderbilt ' L 0-13 

N12 Navy L 7-28 

N19 • at Washington & Lee W 6-0 

N24 Johns Hopkins '■ W 230 

D3 Western Maryland ' L 7-39 

' at Washington. D C (Griffith Stadium) 

■ at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 

1933 

3-7-0(2-1.1-3.0-3) 

SC: 14-0, 9th 

Head Coach: H C 'Curley' Byrd 

S30 St John's (Annapolis) W 20-0 

07 • Virginia Tech ,.L 0-14 

014 atTulane . L 0-20 

021 • at Virginia Military L 13-19 

028 Western Maryland • L 7-13 

N4 -al Virginia 1 00 

N11 ■ Duke L 7-38 

N18 at Johns Hopkins W 27-7 

N25 • Washington 8 Lee - W 33-13 

D2 Flonda L 0-19 

a! Norfolk, Va 

■ al Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium) 
; at Tampa, Fla. 




The game program 

from Oct. 19, 1957, when Queen Elizabeth 

came to Byrd Stadium. 



HISTORY AND 
RECORDS 



1934 



7-3-0 (3-0, 0-3, 4-0) • SC: 3-1-0. T-3rd 
Head Coach: H C Xurley - Byrd 



S29 


St. John's (Annapolis) 


W. 13-0 


06 


• at Washington & Lee 


L. 0-7 


013 




L , 13-16 


O20 


• Virginia Tech ' . . . . 


W..14-9 


027 


. , Florida ' 


W..21-0 


N3 


• Virginia HC 


W 20-0 


N10 


• Virginia Military 2 


W 23-0 


N17 


at Indiana 


,,.,L, 14-17 


N24 


Georgetown 


W 6-0 


N29 


Johns Hopkins v 


W 19-0 


' at Norfolk, Va 






; at Baltimore, Md (Memorial Stadium) 





7.000 



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 ' W 7-0 

012 • North Carolina ' L..0-33 

019 • at Virginia Military . W 6-0 

026 at Florida W 20-6 

N2 • at Virginia W..14-7 

N9 Indiana' L 7-13 

N16 ■ Washington & Lee HC T 0-0 

N23 . Georgetown 2 W.12-6 

N28 . ..... Syracuse" T..O-0.. 

D4 Western Maryland ' W. 22-7 

' at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Stadium) 
: a! Washington. DC (Griffith Stadium) 



14,000 

8,000 
5,000 



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 

010 -at North Carolina L 0-14 

017 . ... -at Virginia.... W 21-0 

024 Syracuse-' W. 20-0 

031 at Honda L. 6-7 

N7 at Richmond W. .12-0 

N14 • Virginia Military * L. .7-13. . 

N21 Georgetown L..6-7... 

N26 • Washington S Lee n W. .19-6. . 

D5 Western Maryland ! L. 0-12 

' at Roanoke, Va 

2 at New York, NY (Polo Grounds) 

1 at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 

1937 

Southern Conference Champions 

8-2-0 (3-0, 2-2, 3-0) • SC: 2-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Frank Dobson 



4.000 



15.000 



12.000 
13.000 

7,000 



S25 



St. John's (Annapolis) 



02 at Pennsylvania 

09 Western Maryland 

016 at Virginia 

023 [-1- -[17]. Syracuse' 

O30 Flonda * 

N6 -at Virginia Military 

N13 at Penn State ... . 

N20 Georgetown 1 .... 

N25 • Washington S Lee " 

' at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 
'atWashmgton, DC (Griffith Stadium) 



W. 28-0 
L. 21-28 
W..6-0... 
W..3-0 
W. .13-0 
W 13-7 
W .9-7 
1.. 14-21 
W..12-2.. 
W..8-0.. 



7.000 
8,000 



22,000 
9,600 



1938 



2-7-0 (0-4, 0-3, 2-0) -SC: 1-2-0, 12th 
Head Coach: Frank Dobson 



S24 
01 



015 
022 
029 

N12 
N19 

N24 



• Richmond 
at Penn Slate 
at Syracuse 
Western Maryland ' 
Virginia 

• Virginia Military 
at Flonda 
Georgetown 

• Washington & Lee " 



1 at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 



1 .6-19 
L 0-33 
L 0-53 
W.,14-8 

L. 19-27 6,000 

..L.. 14-47 4.000 

L 7-21 10.000 

L 7-14 
W 19-13 1.000 



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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 

07 Western Maryland ' 



W 26-0 
W 12-0 



014. 
021. 
028. 

N4 
N11 
N18 
N30 



at Virginia L..7-12 

at Rutgers L. .12-25 

Flonda* L 0-14 

at Penn State L .0-12 

Georgetown 2 L..0-20.. 

- Virginia Military 3 L . 0-13 

Syracuse' L . .7-10 



7,000 



15.000 



' at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 
2 at Washington. D C (Gnffith Stadium) 
2 at Norfolk. Va. 



1940 



2-6-1 (0-3-1. 0-3, 2-0) • SC: 0-1-1. 12th 

Head Coach: Jack Faber 



S28 
05 
012 
019 
025 
N9. 
N16 
N21 
N30 
' at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Stadium) 



Hampden-Sydney L 6-7 

at Pennsylvania L .0-51 . 

Virginia* L .6-19 

at Flonda L 0-19 

Western Maryland ' W 6-0 

(-] [9] Georgetown L. 041 

•at Virginia Military L .0-20 

Rutgers" W. .14-7 

• Washington & Lee T. .7-7 



5.000 
52.000 
9.000 



1941 



3-5-1 (2-1, 0-2. 1-2-1) -SC: 1-2-0, 12th 
Head Coach: Jack Faber 
S27 Hampden-Sydney 

04 Western Maryland ' 

011 (-1 |4], -Duke' 

018 Flonda 

025 . [-] (12] at Pennsylvania 

N1 at Rutgers 

N8 Georgetown 2 

N15 * Virginia Military . 

N20... • Washington 8. Lee' 

' al Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 
2 atWashington,DC (Gnffith Stadium) 



W 18-0 

T 6-6 

L 0-50 

W 13-12 

L 6-55 

L 0-20 

L 0-26 

L 0-27 

W 6-0... 



7.500 
40,000 



6,000 
4,000 



1942 



7-2-0 (3-0. 1-2. 3-0) -SC: 1-2-0, 13th 

Head Coach: Clark Shaughnessy 

S27 Connecticut 

03 Lakehurst Naval Air Stabon 

O10 Rutgers '..... 

017 -at Virginia Military 

024 Western Maryland '...... 

031 Flonda 2 

N7 ..-alDuke 

N14 at Virginia 

N21 ■ Washington & Lee * . . 

' at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Stadium) 
2 atWashmgton. DC (Gnffith Stadium) 



w 


34-0 


w. 


14-0 


.-. 


27-13 


L. 


0-29 


.'. 


.51-0 


W. 


.13-0. 


L. 


.042 


W. 


27-12 


.'. 


32-28 



10,000 



7,500 



1943 



4-5-0 (2-2, 1-3. 1-0) • SC: 2-0-0. 2nd 
Head Coach: Clarence Spears 

S25 Curtis Bay Coast Guard L 7-13 

02 -WakeForest W. 13-7 

09 Richmond Army Air Base W 19-6 

016 at West Virginia L..2-6 

023 Penn State" L 045 

O30. ... at Greenville Air Base W 43-18 

N6 at Virginia L 0-39 

N13. . . at Bainbndge Naval L 0-46 

N25 • Virginia Military " W 21-14 

1 at Roanoke, Va 



2,000 



5,000 
4,000 
7,000 



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, 
014 
021. 

N4 

N11 

N18 

N25 

N30 



• at Wake Forest L 0-39 . 
West Virginia T .6-6 
Michigan State L 0-8 
Virginia*' L 7-18 
at Michigan State L 0-33 
Penn Slate L 19-34 
at Flonda L 6-14 

• Virginia Military ' : W 8-6 



1.500 



' at Washington, D C (Gnffith Stadiuml 
■ at Roanoke. Va 



1945 



6-2-1 (3-1, 2-1-1, 1-0) • SC: 3-2-0, T-5Ul 

Head Coach: Paul "Bear" Bryant 

S28 Guilford 

06 -at Richmond 

012 

O20 



W 60-6 

W 21-0 

US Merchant Manne W 22-6 

•at Virginia Tech L. .13-21 

027 , at West Virginia T 13-13 

m • William S Mary L 14-33 

N10 -Virginia Military* W 38-0 

N24 [-) [13]. Virginia' W. . 19-13 

01 • at South Carolina W 19-13 



7.000 



12,000 
7,000 



' 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 Bainbndge 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. . ...1..7-28 

' at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 



12,500 



- 
- 

- 
- 



1947 



7-2-2 (3-0-1. 4-1. 0-1-1) • SC: 3-2-1 . T-6th 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S27 . • at South Carolina W 

03 Delaware . . W. 

O10 •Richmond W 

018 [-] ..[17] ..-atDuke... ...L. 

025 • at Virginia Tech W 

N1 West Virginia* W. 



N8 atDuquesne 



N15.. ..[-]. [19] 

N22 

N29 

Gator Bowl 
J1 



• North Carolina ' 
at Vanderbilt 

• NC State 

Georgia 2 



19-13 

43-19 

18-6 

7-19 

21-19 

27-0.. 

32-0 

0-19.. 

2M 

0-0 



T 20-20 



12,500 
16,500 

22.000 

14,000 

16,666 



' at Washington, DC (Gnffith Stadium) 
■' at Jacksonville. Fla. (Gator Bowl) 



1948 



6-4-0 (2-2. 4-2) • SC: 4-2-0. 6th 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S25 -at Richmond W 19-0 

02 alDelaware W .21-0 

09 ..... • Virginia Tech W 28-0 

016.... H- [18].. -Duke* L 12-13 

023 • George Washington W 47-0 



029 

N6 

N13 [-] 

N20 

N27 



at Miami 

• at South Carolina 

• North Carolina 
at Vanderbilt 



W 27-13 

W 19-7 

L 2049 

L 0-34 



al West Virginia L 14-16 



12.000 
12.000 

22.000 

.35.000 

34,588 

18,000 



home games at Gnffith Stadium in Washington, DC 



1949 



9-1-0 (4-0. 4-1, 1-0) -SC: 4-0-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

S24 • at Virginia Tech W 34-7 

S30 Georgetown W .33-7 

08 [-]. [13] al Michigan State L 7-14 

022 • at NC State W 14-6 

029 • South Carolina *. . W 44-7 

N5 • George Washington W 40-14 

N12 [-] [15] at Boston University W 14-13 

N24 [15] .. [-] West Virginia ' W 47-7 

02 [14] [-] at Miami W 13-0 

Gator Bowl 
J2. [14] . 
Final AP Poll #14 
' at Jacksonville, Fla. (Gator Bowl) 



12,000 
18,227 
.35,000 
15.000 
.17,762 



16,117 
35,000 



Missouri' W .20-7 



18.409 



1 







2008 FOOTBALL 
M EDIA & REC RUITI" 



■■■■■ 



Coach Jim Tatum is carried off the field by his 
players after the Terps defeated North Carolina 26-0 
on Oct 17, 1953. Maryland would go on to be named 
^ National Champions with a 10-1 record. Tatum was 
named the national coach of the year. 



1956 




2-7-1 (0-3-1, 2-4) -ACC: 2-2-1. 4lh 

Head Coach: Tommy Monl 

Preseason AP Poll *6 

S22 |6] |-l Syracuse L 12-26 

S29 • al Wake Fores! W 60 13,000 

06 H [16) Baylor L 0-14 25,000 

012 [-] |11| at Miami 1 6-13 44304 

O20 • al North Carolina L 6-34 21,000 

027 I-] (4] al Tennessee L 7-34 33.500 

N3 Kentucky - L 0-14 20.000 

N10 [-] [11] -Clemson T 6-4 18.000 

N17 • al South Carolina L 0-13 

N22 -at NCState' W 25-14 4.500 



5-5-0 [3-2. 2-3| • ACC: 4-3-0. T-3 

Head Coach: Tommy Mont 



atTeiasASM . . L 13-21 

•NC State L .1348 

•at Duke L 0-14 

• Wake Forest. . W. 27-0 

• North Carolina ...W. 21-7.. 
Tennessee L 0-16. . 

• at South Carolina W 10-6.. 



25.000 
24.000 
25.000 

16.000 
43.000 
26.000 
18.000 

•al Clemson L 7-26 28.000 

at Miami W 1M 42.701 

•Virginia .. . W. .12-0 10,500 



1950 



7-2-1 [3-1.3-1-1. 1-0) -SC ■ 4-1-1 5th 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll #15 



S23 |15|. H 

S30 [15[ H 

07 |-| [21. 

014 [8] (-]. 

021 [81 [-1 

028.. 

N4 [16] [-1 

Nil .. .[18] [-1 

N18 

D2 



' at Washington. D C (Griffith Stadium i 



at Georgia L .7-27. . 

Navy W 35-21 

at Michigan State W 34-7 

Georgetown' W 25-14. 

•NC Stale 1 13-16 

•at Duke W 26-14 

• George Washington W 23-7 

• at North Carolina T 7-7 
at West Virginia W 41-0 
Virginia Tech W 63-7 



35.000 
43,836 
39,376 



1953 

National Champions 

10-1-015-0,4-0,1-1) 
ACC: 3-0-0 Co-Champions 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll #9 



1958 



4-6-0 (1-2. 3-3. 0-1) • ACC: 3 3-0 5th 

Head Coach: Tommy Monl 

S20 . -at Wake Fores: .1 .0-34 

S27 • at NC State ...W..21-6 

04 H [10] 

011. 



24,502 
22,577 
.18.272 
.32.000 
.16,000 
11,773 



1951 



Southern Conference Champions 

10*0 (5-0, 3-0. 2-0) • SC: 5*0. Co-Champions 
Head Coach: Jim Tatum 
Preseason AP Poll #16 



S29 

06 

013 

O20 

027 

N3 

N10 

N17 

N24 



PI H 

[51- -H 
W H 



[16] .(-]. -at Washington S Lee W 54-14 

[9]. . H- . ' George Washington W 33* 

[10J...H atGeorgia W 43-7 

[7], ..(-]. -North Carolina W 14-7 

[5] ..[-].. at Louisiana State W. .27-0.. 

[4] -- H Mssoun* W..35-0. 

Navy ' W 40-21 

•NCState ... W..53-0.. 

• West Virginia W 54-7.. 

Sugar Bowl 

E 3; [1] Tennessee : W. .28-13. 

Final AP Poll (3 

' at Baltimore Md (Memorial Stadium 

: at New Onears. La iTulane-Sugar Bowl Stadium! 

1952 

7-2-0 (3-0, 4-2) 

Head Coach . m Tatum 

Preseason AP Poll *2 



9.000 
25.732 
.32.000 
31.237 
.35,000 
23.612 
.38,000 
.17,140 
.14,385 

82.271 



S19. ..[9] H atMissoun 

S26 [9] |-l. Washington & Lee 

03 [3] [-] . •atClemson 

O10. .. [4] H Georgia 
017... [3] [-] • at North Carolina 
023. ..[3|. ..(-]. at Miami 
030.. ..[21. ..[-]• South Carolina " : 

N7 [2J . [-1 George Washington 

N14....[2]..[11].. Mississippi 

N21 [2) [11]. . Alabama 

Orange Bowl 

J1 [1] [4]. Oklahoma' 

Final AP Poll #1 

' al Washington, D C (Griffith Stadium) 

: at Miami. Fla (Orange Bowl) 



W .200 
W..52-0. 
W .20-0.. 
W 40-13 
W..26-0. 
W .300 
W .24^ 
W..27-6.. 
W .38-0.. 
W..21-0. 



1 .0-7. 



21.000 
35.000 
25,000 
.27,000 
35,000 
42,157 
22,000 
.8,000 
35,000 
.36,000 

68,640 



018 

025 I-] ...|5], 

Ml.... 

N8 

N14, 

N22 



.8.000 

11.000 

•Clemson 1 0-8 .24.000 

TexasASM L 10-14 23.000 

• at North Carolina L 0-27 .25,000 
at Auburn L 7-20 28,000 

• South Carolina ..W..10-6 20,000 

Navy' L 14-40 30,035 

at Miami. . . W. .26-14 . 26.747 

• al Virginia . W ..44-6 18.000 



' at Baltimore. Md (Memorial Stadium) 



1959 



1954 



5-5-014-1 1-3. 0-1)-ACC: 4-2-0, 3rd 
Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S19 West Virginia. W. 27-7 

S26 .. .[-] [15]. atTenas ... 1.0-26 

03 [-]. [20] at Syracuse 1.0-29 

O10 -WakeForest 

017 • North Carolina 

031 • at South Carolina 

N7 Navy' .. 



30.000 
47.000 
30,000 
21,000 
W. 14-7 .22.000 

1.5-22 20.000 

1. 14-22 32.000 



S20 

S27 

04 

011 

018 

025 

Ml.. 

N15. 

\:: 



atMissoun W. 13-10. 

[2] H at Auburn W 13-7.. 

|3]..H Clemson W.280.. 

[4].. [19].. atGeorgia... W..37-0.. 

[2], [20]. Navy W .38-7. 

[2] [-] Lomsana State- 1 W 34-6 

[2], H atBostonU W .34-7. 

[3] [11] at Mississippi L 14-21. 

[8].. [14].. at Alabama L 7-27 



18.000 
.27.000 
.32.000 
34.000 
44.746 
30.000 
32.568 
32.500 
33.178 



Final AP Poll #13 



7-2-1 (5-0. 2-2-1) -ACC: 4-0-1. 2nd 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

Preseason AP Poll #3 

S18 [3] [-] at Kentucky W..20-0. 

01 [6] [4] at UCLA L 7-12 

09. ..[13] .[-].. -atWakeForest T. .13-13. 

016 • North Carolina W .330. 

022. ..[-] (16]..atMiami L 7-9 

O30 -al South Carolina W .20-0. 

N6 • NC State * W. .42-14 

N13. [17]. [-].. -Clemson W..160. 

N20 [13] [-]. George Washington W..4&6 

N25 [10] [-] Missoun" W..74-13. 
Final AP Poll #8 

1955 

ACC Champions 

10-1-0 (50. SO. 0-1) • ACC. 4-0-0. Co-Champions 

Head Coach: Jim Tatum 

Preseason AP Poll #8 

S17 [8] H atMissoun W. .13-12 

S24 [5] [1]..UC1A W..7-0... 

01 [1]. .(20].. at Baylor W. .2M 

08 [1]. H • Wake Forest W..28-7. 

015 [2] H . -at North Carolina W. .25-7 

022 [2] [-]. at Syracuse W. .34-13 

029 ]1] H • South Carolina * W..270 

N5 [1] H Louisiana State W..130 

N12. ]2] [-] ..-atCtemson ...W..25-12. 

N19 [2] H Georr^Washriglon W. .19-0.. 

Orange Bowl 

J2 [3] [1] . Oklahoma ' 

Final AP Poll #3 

'at Miami Fla (Orange Bowf) 



36,000 
73,376 
12,000 
26.000 
.52.506 
24.000 

21.000 

20.000 



N14. ...[-] .[11], -atdemson W 28-25 26.000 

N21 -Virginia" ... W 55-12 .16,000 

D5 -NCState ... W. .33-28 15.000 

' at Baltimore Md (Memonal Stadium! 



1960 



6-4-0 (2-2, 4-2) • ACC: 5-20. 3rd 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 

S17 at West Virginia W 31-8 18,000 

S24 [-]. [15], Texas - \<A 31.000 

01 -Duke.. . "-20 25.000 

08 - at NC State 1. 10-13 . .14,000 

015. .[-]... [8], • Clemson.. ,'. 19-17 .18.000 



.18,000 

46.000 

39.000 

. .16.000 

.30.000 

32.500 

.25.000 

28.000 

.30.000 

.20.000 



022 


• at Wake Forest 


...W. 14-13. 


...11.000 


029 


• South Carolina " 


W. 150 ... 


. .21.000 


N5 




. 5-28... 


.30.126 


•••: 


• at North Carolina 


W. 22-19. 


. . 26.000 


N19 


• al Virginia . 


W. 44-12 


14.000 


1961 








7-3-014-1 3-2) 


ACC: 3-30. 3rd 






Head Coach ":- '..:r" 






Preseason AP Poll received votes 






S23 


at Southern Methodist. 


...W 


. . .17.000 



L .6-20. 76561 



S30.. 

07. . 

014 

021 

028 

N4... 

Nil. 

NIB.. 



•H- 

|10], 



' at Denver. Coto. (Hi Top Statfcm) 



.-atCtemson W..24-21 28.000 

Syracuse W. .22-21 . .35.000 

. -North Caroina . - 8-14 23,000 

. ArForce W .21-0 
■at South Caroina L 10-20 18.000 

. PennStale < .W..21-17 39.000 

•NCState ..W..10-7 25.000 

. -WakeForest W..10-7. 

. -atVirgna .1.16-28 20.000 



HISTORY AND 
RECORDS 



TT^TJ 




1962 



6-4-0 (4-1, 2-3) • ACC: 5-2-0, 3rd 
Head Coach: Tom Nugenl 

S22 Southern Methodist 

S29 -at Wake Forest 

06 • at NC State 

013 • North Carolina 

019 at Miami 

027 • South Carolina Mt 

N3 at Penn State . . . . , 

N10 -at Duke 

N17 'Clemson . 

N24 



7-0 


33.000 


13-2 


.12,000 


14-6 


...13,000 


31-13 


26.000 


24-28 


50,000 


13-11 


32,000 


7-23 


.41,834 


7-10 


26.000 


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 PennState" c L. 15-17 

N9 [-], [4] atNavy L 742 

N16. •atClemson L 6-21 

N28 -Virginia 2 W. 21-6 

' at Richmond, Va 

-The game was moved from Nov 23 due to the Kennedy assassination 



28,550 
13,550 
20,000 
21,000 
32,000 
. 5,000 
35,550 
30,000 
30,000 
15,000 



1964 



5-5-0 (3-2, 1-3. 1-0) • ACC: 4-3-0. T-3rd 
Head Coach: Tom Nugent 



S19 . [-] .[2] 
S26 

03 

O10 

017 

024 

031 

N7 

N14 

N21 

' at Norfolk, Va. 

1965 

4-6-0 (1-4. 3-2) • ACC: 3-3-0, T-5th 

Head Coach: Tom Nugent 



Oklahoma L. 3-13 

• South Carolina W 24-6 

■ at NC State L. 13-14 

• at Duke L . .17-24 

• North Carolina ' W 10-9 

•Wake Forest 1 17-21 

at Penn Slate I 9-17 

Navy W 27-22 

• Clemson W 34-0 

•at Virginia W..10-0 . 



36,500 
23,500 
14,800 
27,000 
28,000 
22,000 
33,500 
40,000 
26,500 
17,500 



S25 

02 

09 

016 

023. 

O30 

N6 

N13 

N20 

D4 



Ohio U 

Syracuse 

• at Wake Forest 

• at North Carolina 



W 24-7 

L 7-24 

. W. .10-7 . . 

1 10-12 



28,000 
35,000 
18,000 
30,000 
. 30,000 
30,000 
28,000 



•NC State L .7-29 . 

• at South Carolina W 27-14 

at Navy L 7-19 

•atClemson W 6-0 26.000 

•Virginia L, 27-33 21,000 

Penn State L 7-19 24,000 



1966 



4-6-0 (4-1, 0-5) -ACC: 3-3-0, T-3rd 
Head Coach: Lou Saban 
S17 at Penn Stale 

S24 -Wake Forest 



01. 



015 
029. 
N5 

N12 
N19 
N26 



at Syracuse 
•Duke 
West Virginia 

• South Carolina * 

• at NC State 
•Clemson 
•at Virginia 

al Flonda State 



L 7-15 
W 34-7 

.1, 7-28 . 

. W. 21-19 
W 28-9 
W. 14-2 
1 21-24 

.1. 10-14 
L. 17-41 

.1.2145 



40,911 
26,500 
25,000 
28,400 
28,800 
35,400 
23,500 
24,500 
16,000 
20,252 



1967 



0-9-0 10-4. 0-5) -ACC: 0-6-0, 8th 
Head Coach: Bob Ward 

S30 al Oklahoma 

07 Syracuse 

014 H |9] • NC State 

021 

028 

N4 

N11 

N17 

N25 



1 . 0-35 50,000 

L 3-7 27,500 

1 9-31 27,100 

• at North Carolina L 0-14 32,000 

• at South Carolina L . .0-31 33.427 

Penn Slate L 3-38 34 700 

•atClemson L 7-28 28,000 

•atWakeFotest L 17-35 14,500 

•Virginia L 7-12 24,200 



1968 



2-8-0 (2-3. 0-4, 0-1 )• ACC: 2-5-0, 7tti 

Head Coach: Bob Ward 



S21 

S28 

05 

012 

019 

026 

N2 

N9 

N16 [-]... [3] 

N23 - at Virginia 

' at Norfolk. Va 



Florida Stale .... 
at Syracuse 
•Duke' 

• North Carolina 

• South Carolina 

• at NC Slate 

• at Wake Forest 

• Clemson . 
Penn Slate 



L 14-24 

.1.. 14-32. 

1 28-30 . 

W. 33-24 

W 21-19 

1 11-31 

L 14-38 

L 0-16 

.1 .13-57 

. 1. 23-28 



1969 



3-7-0 (2-3, 1-4) ■ ACC: 3-3-0, T-3rd 
Head Coach: Roy Lesler 

S20 at West Virginia 

S27 • NC Stale 

04 -at Wake Forest . 

011 Syracuse 

018 -Duke 

025 -at South Carolina 

N1 • a! Clemson 

N8 Miami-Ohio * 

N15 [-]... [5].. at Penn State 

N22 . -Virginia 



.1 7-31 
.1.7-24.. 
. W. . 19-14 . 
.1. 9-20 
. W. 20-7 
1 0-17 
1..0-40 
1 21-34 
L .048 . 
W 17-14. 



1970 



2-9-0 (1-5, 1-3, 0-1) -ACC: 2-4-0, T-6th 
Head Coach: Roy Lesler 

S12 Villanova 

S19 -at Duke 

S26 • North Carolina 

02 at Miami 

O10 at Syracuse 

017 . • South Carolina HC 

024 -NC State' 

031 • Clemson 

N7 Penn State 

N21 • al Virginia 

N28 West Virginia 

'at Norfolk. Va 

1971 

2-9-0 (2-4, 0-5)'ACC: 14-0, 7th 
Head Coach: Roy Lester 

S11 Villanova 

S18 -NC State . 

S25 • at North Carolina 

02 -Wake Forest 

09 Syracuse 

016 al South Carolina 

023 al Florida 

O30 Virginia Military * 

N6 [-]... [6] at Penn State , , 

N13 -atClemson 

N20 -Virginia 



3-21 

.12-13 
.20-53 

11-18 
7-23 
. W 21-15 
1 0-6 
1 11-24 
.1.0-34 
W 17-14 
1 .10-20 



1. 13-28 
W. 35-7 
L .14-35 
.1 14-18 
.1 .13-21 
.1. 6-35. 
.1 23-27 
W 38-0 
1.. 27-63 
1 .14-20 
L 27-29 



1972 

5-5-1 (4-1. 1-4 

Head Coach 

S9 

S16 

S23 

S30 

07 

014 

021 

028 

N4 [-J 

N11 

N18 



1)'ACC: 3-2-1, 3rd 

Jerry Claiborne 

• at NC Stale 

• North Carolina 
Virginia Military 
al Syracuse 

• Wake Foresl 
Villanova Hc 

• at Duke . 

• at Virginia 
al Penn Slate 

• Clemson 
al Miami 



1973 



8-4-0 (4-2, 3-1, 1-1) • ACC: 5-1-0, 2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

S15 West Virginia 

S22 • at North Carolina 

S29 Villanova 

06 Syracuse 

013 • at NC Slate 

O20 • at Wake Foresl 

027 • Duke ' 

N3 H [6| Penn Slate 

N10 ...•Virginia" 1 

N17 • atClemson 

N24 [18] [17| Tulane 



T 24-24 

.1.. 26-31 

W 28-16 

L 12-16 

W 23-0 

W 37-7 

.1. 14-20 

W 24-23 

.1 .1646 

W 31-6 

L 8-28 



.1 .13-20 
W 23-3 
W 31-3 

. W .38-0 
L 22-24 

. W .37-0 
W 30-10 
L 2242 
W 33-0 
W 28-13 
W 42-9 



33,600 
26,591 
21,000 
27,480 
28,200 
29,700 
15,500 
27,300 
30.000 
16,000 



31,000 
28,400 
16,000 
23,400 
26.700 
42.756 
20,000 
20,000 
42.000 
22.000 



24,500 
12,877 
20,806 
30.190 
19.872 
15.400 
18.200 
12.500 
23,400 
14,000 
12.821 



22,600 
16.500 
43.000 
16,200 
20,100 
45,653 
53,012 
22,300 
50,144 
25,000 
12.600 



31.000 
28.000 
22,000 
15,681 
15,000 
26,842 
21,300 
21,500 
58,171 
29,326 
17,342 



35,112 
37,500 
31,260 
32,800 
39,200 
19,500 
20.500 
.44.135 
22,300 
31,500 
19.416 



Peach Bowl 

D28 [18] [-] Georgia 2 

Final AP Poll #20 

' at Norfolk, Va (Oyster Bowl) 

2 at Atlanta, Ga (Fulton County Stadium) 



1 16-17 



1974 








8-4-0 (5-1, 2-1, 1-2) -ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 








Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 








Preseason AP Poll #14 








S14 [14] [3] Alabama 


1 


16-21 


. . 54.412 


S21 . . [14] [-] Florida' 


1 


10-17 . 


.41,140 


S28 • North Carolina 


W 


24-12 


. 17,800 


05 at Syracuse 


w 


31-0 . 


. 19,130 


012 • Clemson 


w 


41-0 


32,644 


019. - ,|18], . .[-]. . • Wake Forest " c 


.w 


47-0 


.31.136 


026.. [151. [17]. 'NCState 


w 


20-10 


49,647 


N2 ... [15] [10]. at Penn Stale 


L 


17-24 . 


60,125 


N9 [14] [-] Villanova 


W 


41-0 


42,331 


N16. ..[13], . .[-]. -Duke-' 


W 


56-13 


24,000 


N23 . [11]... H • at Virginia 


W 


10-0 


22,100 


Liberty Bowl 








D16 . [101 [20] Tennessee 1 


.1 


3-7 


51,284 


Final AP Poll #13 








' al Tampa. Fla (Tampa Stadium) 








1 al Norfolk, Va (Foreman Field) 








' al Memphis, Tenn (Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium) 









1975 

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 
S13 [14] - ■ [201 at Tennessee 
S20 • al North Carolina 

S27 [20] [-] at Kentucky 
04 Syracuse 1 *- 

011 -NC State 

018 [19] [-] • at Wake Forest 
N1 [14] [9] Penn State 
N8 [16] [-] at Cincinnati 

N15 'atClemson 

N22 [20] H •Virginia 

Gator Bowl 

D29 [17], [13] Flonda' 

Final AP Poll #13 

' al Jacksonville. Fla (Gator Bowl) 



W 41-0 41,362 

L 8-26 74,161 

W 34-7 43.000 

T 10-10 55,000 

W 24-7 43,863 

W. .37-22 39,221 

W 27-0 . 19.300 

1 .13-15 58,973 

W. 21-19 16,478 

W .22-20 35,400 

W 62-24 . 44,867 



W 13-0 



64,012 



1976 

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] [-] Richmond 

S18 [101 hi at Wesl Virginia 

S25 [8) I-] at Syracuse 

02 [7], .[-] Villanova .., 

09 [7]...|-].. -at NC Stale 
016 [5] [-] -Wake Foresl 
023.... [6], [-] -alDuke 

030 [5]. .[-] Kentucky 

N6 fej . . . [ — J . . Cincinnati 
N13 |6] .[-] -Clemson" 

N20 [6] [-] - at Virginia 

Cotton Bowl 

J1 [4] [6] Houston' 

Final AP Poll #8 

' at Dallas, Texas (Cotton Bowl) 



w 


31-7 


41,088 


w 


24-3 


35.107 


w 


42-28 . . 


21,109 


w 


20-9 . . . 


38,131 


w 


16-6 


38,500 


w 


17-15 


46,321 


w 


30-3. 


20.200 


w 


24-14 . . 


43,013 


w 


21-0 


45.315 


w 


20-0 


40,288 


'.-. 


28-0 . 


23,100 



1 21-30 . 58,500 



1977 



8-4-0 (4-2. 3-2. 1-0) • ACC: 4-2-0, T-3rd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 
Preseason AP Poll #10 



S10 [10] 


l-l 


• at Clemson 


W 21-14 


44 650 


S17 [11] 


H 


West Virginia 


L 16-24 


45123 


S24 ....[-]. 


[51 


al Penn State 


I 9-27 . . 


62.079 


01 




• at NC Slate 


L 20-24 


42 800 


08 




Syracuse 


W 24-10 


39.100 


015 




• al Wake Forest 


W 35-7 


24,900 


022 




• Duke * 


W 31-13 


44,867 


029 




• North Carolina 


L 7-16 


42 683 


N5 




Villanova 


W 19-13 


30,186 


N12 




at Richmond 


W 27-24 


17.000 


N19 




• Virginia 


W 28-0 


33,787 


Hall of Fame Bow 








D22 




Minnesota ' 


W 17-7 


47,000 



' al Birmingham Ala. (Legion Field) 



liM; Wild k 

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1978 



9-3-0(4-1. S1.0-1)- ACC 5-1-0. 2nd 
Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



S9 


Tulane 
al Louisville 


W 31-7 
W 24-17 


31.458 


S16 [20| [-1 


36,142 


S23 |1B| [-1 


• al North Carolina 


W 21-20 


48.000 


S30 |15| [-1 


Kenlucky 


W 20-3 


42.873 


07 [12] .[20] 


• NC Slate " 


W 31-7 


45.319 


014 |I0| [-1 


at Syracuse 


W 24-9 


15,709 


021 [6| [-1 


• Wake Forest 


W 39-0 


43,119 


028 [5| [-] 


• at Duke 


W 27-0 


23,600 


N4 |5| [2| 


at Penn Slate 


1 3-27 


78,019 


N11 [13] [-1 


• al Virginia 


W 17-7 


19,874 


N18 [11] [12] 


■Clemson 


1 24-28 


51,376 


Sun Bowl 








023 [13] [14] 


■ 


1 0-42 


33,122 


Final AP Poll 120 








' at El Paso Te»as (Sun Bowl) 






1979 








7-4-0 15-1 2-3) • ACC: 4-2-0. T-2nd 






Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 






S8 




W 24-20 


31,684 


S15 


• at Clemson 


. W 19-0 


52,274 


S22 


Mississippi Stale 


W 35-14 


37,212 


S29 


at Kentucky 


1 7-14 


57,800 


06 


Penn State 


. 1 7-27 


52,348 


013 |-| [17] 


• at NC State 


L 0-7 


39,800 


O20 


• at Wake Forest 


L 17-25 


26,050 


027 


• at Duke 


W 27-0 


34,200 


N3 |-| [18]. 


■ North Carolina " 


. W 17-14 


35,618 




■ 


W 28-7 


25 104 




• Virginia 


.. W 17-7 


. . . . 26,071 



1980 



8-4-0 (5-1. 3-2. 0-1) • ACC: 5-1-0. 2nd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 

S6 Villanova W 7-3 32,650 

S13 . VanderMt W 31-6 27,150 

S20 ... at West Virginia W 14-11 48,038 

S27...(19]. [14] • at North Carolina L . 3-17 51,400 

at Pittsburgh L 9-38 47,409 

Penn State L 10-24 .48.123 

•Wake Forest W 11-10 36 472 

•alDuke W 17-14 17.400 

•NC State W 24-0 .40,016 

■Clemson W 34-7 32,650 

•at Virginia W 31-0 22,407 



H [6] 

H [Mi- 



ca 

011 
018 

025 ... 

V 

N15. 

N22 

Tangerine Bowl 

D20 



''.-'da 



1 20-35. 52.541 



' at Orlando. Fla (Tangenne Bowl) 



1981 



4-6-1 (2-2. 2-4-1)-ACC:4-2-0 3rd 

Head Coach: Jerry Claiborne 



S12 

S19 

S26 

02 

O10 

017 

024 

031 

N7 

N14 

N21 



at VanderMt L 17-23 

West Virginia L. 13-17 

• at NC State W 34-9 

at Syracuse T 17-17 

at Florida L 10-15 



. 38.624 
38.300 

.47.500 
32,000 
56.316 



•atWakeForest W 45-33 25.500 

•Duke* . W 24-21 31.800 

•North Carolina L 10-17 32.100 

atTulane. L 7-14 32.474 

•atdemson L 7-21 64.000 

. . W .48-7 21.300 



1982 



8-44 (5-1. 3-2, 0-1)-ACC: 5-1-0. 2nd 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 

-I [7| at Penn State 
S18 ....(-) [17] atWestVitgma .. 
S25 -NC Slate 

02 al Syracuse 

09 Indiana State . . 

016 •WakeForesI 



023 

O30. H [10| 

N7....[19] ...(-). 

N13 [18] [11] 

N20 |19] H 

Aloha Bowl 

D25 [16] [9] Washington' 

Final AP Poll »20. . 

■ at Honolulu. Hawai (Aloha Starjkjm) 



•Duke* . 

•at North Carolina 

Mam 

■Clemson. 

• .?■,-: - 2 



31-39 84.597 

.18-19 56.042 

23$ 34.300 

26-3 ... .30.214 
384. ... 31.500 
52-31 35.100 

49-22 40.100 

31-24 51.319 

.18-17... 43.200 

22-24 51.750 

45-14 20.002 



L. 20-21 30.055 



1983 



ACC Champions 

8-4-0 (5-1. 3-2, 0-1 1 'ACC 6-0-0 Champions 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 
Preseason AP #1 7 

at VanderMt 

Wesl Virginia 

Pittsburgh 

■ Virginia 
Syracuse 

• al Wake Forest 
•Duke-" 

• North Carolina 
at Auburn 

■ al Clemson " 

■ al NC State 
Florida Citrus Bowl 

D17 [16] H Tennessee 

" at Orlando, Fla (Florida Citrus Bowl) 

" Clemson ineligible for ACC tirJe game counts as 



S10 

S17 

S24 

01 

08 

015 

022 

029 

N5 

N12 

N19 



1171 
[17] 
[-I 
[19] 
|16] 
[16] 
[15] 
[13] 

m 

[11]. 



I-] 

m 

[17] 

H 



PI 
[3) 
[17] 

H 



W 21-14 

. L 21-31 

W 13-7 

W 23-3 

W 34-13 

W 36-33 

W 38-3 

W 28-26 

1 .23-35 

L 27-52 

W 29-6 



40.856 
54,715 
48,500 
40.200 
43.700 
22,300 
40.100 
51.200 
75,600 
81,000 
32,300 



L 23-30 50,185 

Maryland win in ACC standings 



1984 

ACC Champions 

9-3-0 (2-2. 5-1, 2-0) • ACC: 6-0-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 

S8 Syracuse 

S15 VanderMt 



S22 [-] [17] 

S29 

06 [-] [11]. 

013 

027 

N3 

N10 [-]-■ -161- 

N17 [-] [201 

N24 [18] .[-]. 

Sun Bowl 

D22 [12] [-] Tennessee 1 

Final AP Poll #12 

■ at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadi 

■ at El Paso. Texas (Sun Bowl) 



L 
L 

at West Virginia W 

• Wake Forest W 
at Penn Stale L 

• NC State " W 
•at Duke W 
•at North Carolina ... W 
al Miami W 

• Clemson '....., W 
•at Virginia W 



7-23 38,850 

14-23 34,100 

20-17 58,353 
38-17 . 32.700 

24-25 85,456 

44-21 43 450 

43-7 17,500 

34-23 48,000 

4240 31,548 

41-23 60,575 
.45-34 . . 43.017 



W 28-27 



50.126 



1985 

ACC Champions 

9-3-0 14-1 . 3-1 . 2-1 1 • ACC: 6-0-0. Champions 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 
Preseason AP Poll #7 



S7 [7] [19] 

S14 [17] [-] 
S21 [17] ..[-] 
S28 [17].. [12] 
05 
019... 

026 

N2 

N9 [-]... [8] 

N16... 

N29 

Cherry Bowl 

D21 Syracuse 

Final AP Poll #18 

' at Foxboro. Mass (Sullivan Stadium) 

: at Baltimore, Md (Memonal Stadium) 

' at Pontjac Mich (Pontiac Sitverdome) 



Penn State L 18-20 . 50.750 

Boston College ' W 31-13 30,210 

West Virginia W 284 51250 

at Michigan L 0-20 105,282 

• at NC State W 31-17 29.500 

• at Wake Forest W 26-3 23.700 
•Duke W 40-10 46.175 

• North Carolina - W 28-10 49.800 
Miami- L 22-29 62 350 
•at Clemson W 34-31 78.037 

• Virginia W 3321 48.950 



W 35-18 51.858 



1986 



5-5-1 (1-3. 4-2. 0-0-1)- ACC: 2-31. 5th 
Head Coach: Bobby Ross 



SI 
S13 

S20. 
S27 
011 
018 
025. 
N1 
N8 
N15. 
N28 
at Baltimore Md i Memorial Stadium) 



-&urgh W 

VanderMt 
at West Virginia W 

[13] [-)-.• NC State L 

Boston College * L 

..•WakeForesI L 

•atDuke .. W. 

'.oflh Carolina ... 
atPennState 
'Clemson' 
atVrgma 



.H---P1-. 
H [15].. 



10-7 48.120 

35-21 . . . 45.275 
24-3 ...... 63.500 

.16-28 44 920 

.25-30 45.380 

.21-27 39.650 

27-19 18.600 

.30-32 ... 46.000 
.15-17 85.651 

.17-17... 58.758 
42-10 27.800 



1987 



4-74 [31. 1-5. 0-1)- ACC: j-j-: 5tn 
Head Coach: Joe Knvak 
S5 at Syracuse 

512 -Virginia 

S19 West Virginia. .. . 

S26 -atNCState .... 

O10 ... H P]..atWami 



L 11-25 .... 35.234 

. W. .21-19 35.550 

W 25-20 40.125 

--. 

- : 



017 -atWaki 

024 ■ ■ 

031 • North Carolina 

N7 [-] [16] Penn State' 

N14 |-| [9] -at Clemson 
N21 at VanderMt 

at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Stadium) 



,'.' 


144 


25175 


n 


23-22 


37 400 


L 


14-27 


35.425 


L 


16-21 


62.500 


L 


16-45 


78.000 


L 


24-34 


34,816 



1988 



5-6-0 (3-2. 2-4) • ACC: 4-3-0. T-4ttl 

Head Coach: Joe Knvak 
S3 Louisville 

S17 [-1 [12] at West Virginia 



S24 

01 

08 

015 

022 



■ NC State 
at Syracuse 
•Georgia Tech 
•Wake Forest* 

■ at Duke 



029 • al North Carolina 

N5 at Penn Stale 

N12 [-] [16] -Clemson 
N19 -at Virginia 



rV 


27-16 


30,457 


L 


24-55 


60,188 


,V 


30-26. 


32,291 


L 


9-20 


45 197 


.',' 


138 


36,969 


L 


24-27 


41,278 


,'.'' 


34-24 


23,800 


.■;' 


41-38 


45,000 


L 


10-17 


78,000 


L 


2549 


45,000 


L 


2324 


,30,600 



1989 



3-7-1 (2-3, 1-4, 0-0-1) -ACC: 2-54, 6th 

Head Coach: Joe Knvak 

S2. .. -atNCState 

S9 [-)- [17] West Virginia 

S16 Western Michigan 

S23... [-]... [7] -at Clemson 
S30. ..[-] [6] al Michigan 

07 • at Georgia Tech 

014. . -atWakeForest 

021 -Duke 

028 • North Carolina 

N11. ...[-] ..[13].. Penn State 

N18. ..[-]. [16]. -Virginia 

' at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Stadium) 



1. 6-10 

L 10-14 

. W. .234 . 

L 7-31 . 

L 2141 
L 24-28 
W 27-7 
L 2546 
W..384 . 
..T .1313. 
1. 2148 



41.780 

45.000 

. . 20,354 

.77.000 

104.877 

32.062 

. 17.500 

38.617 

27,441 
61,215 
. 38.113 



1990 



6- 5-1(3-1. 3-3, 0-1-11-ACC: 4-34, 4th 

Head Coach: Joe Knvak 

S1 Virginia Tech 

S8 ... .[-] [25] at West Virginia 

S15 [-] [16] -Clemson 

S22 -NC State 

S29 [-] [6] at Michigan 

06... [-] [23] -Georgia Tech 

013 • Wake Forest - 

O20. ... -atDuke 

027. -at North Carolina 

N10....H [21] at Penn State 

N17. [-] [8] -at Virginia 

Independence Bowl 

D15 Louisiana Tech 

' at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Stadiumj 

- at Shreveport. La (Independence Stadiumi 



W 20-13 . 34,198 
W 14-10 64,950 
1 17-18 .. 39.255 
. W, 1312 25,371 
.1.1745 .102.894 

.1.331 31.941 

. W. 41-13 27,554 

W 2320 23.200 
1 .10-34 46,000 
1 10-24 . . ... 83.000 
W. 35-30.. .43.500 

T 34-34 48.325 



1991 



2-9-0(1-3. 1-5 0-D-ACC 2-54.601 
Head Coach: Joe Knvak 

• Virginia 
S14. [-] [22] Syracuse 

S21 WestVigmia 

05.. .[-] [17].. at Pittsburgh 
012 . -at Georgia Tech 

019.... ■ at Wate Forest 

026.... -Dute" 

N2 -a: Nott Cant ra 

N9 H PI- Penn State 

N16....H [15].. -atOemson 

N23... H [22] -atNCState 
' at Baltimore. Md (Memonal Stadium) 



W 17-6 35.198 

L 17-31 .41.310 

L 7-37 40,442 

1. 20-24 



1 .10-34 . 
W 2322 

. 1 1317 
1.0-24 . 
1. 747.. 

.1.740.. 
1 17-20 



33.323 

42.011 
17,342 
35.423 

.50.000 
57.416 

.73.000 
36491 



1992 



3-8-0(24, 1-4). ACC: 2-64. 88l 

Head Coach: Mark Dufrner 

•atWgrna 
■NC Stale 
a: .'.es: nig - a 

P HsbunJ) 
•Georgia Tech 
•Wake Forest* 
•;-:.-e 
■'.:-- :■■: '-. 

■ - '-.--.i '•■-:-. 

■ 3emson 



S5 


H 


-P5J. 


S12. .. 


H 


|19|. 


S19 ... 






S26. .. 


H 




03.. 






O10. . . 


H 


[17], 


017 






024. 




031 ... 




[221 


N7... 


H 


--B- 


N14 







1 15-28 44.400 

1 .10-14 27.550 

1.3334 55.727 

95,818 

4 35.891 

1 26-28 .26.250 

1 2330 31.132 

W. 27-25 17,850 

- 31 22,099 

. 21-69 64.127 

. W. 5323 25223 



HISTORY AND 
RECORDS 



T 
U 



MMIM ■ 



1993 



2-9-0 (1-4, 1-5( • ACC: 2-6-0. T-7lh 
Head Coach: Mark Duffner 
S4 • Virginia 

S11 ...[-] [14] • al North Carolina 

S18 West Virginia 

S25 al Virginia Tech 



1999 



02 

09 

016 

030 

N6.. 

N13 

N20 



.[-]. 



[-1 ['] 



Penn State 

• at Georgia Tech 

• Duke " c 
•atClemson 

• Honda State 

• at NC State 

• at Wake Forest 



1994 



4-7-0 (3-2, 1-5) • ACC: 2-6-0. 7th 

Head Coach: Mark Duffner 



S3 

sio""h"-W' 

S17 

S23 

01... 

015... H [15] 

022. ... • Georgia Tech 

029 Tulane " c 

N5 -NC State 

N12. ..[-]. [21] . • at Virginia 

N19 at Syracuse 



• at Duke 

• Flonda State 
at West Virginia 
•Wake Forest 

• at Clemson 

• at North Carolina 



2943 
42-59 
3742 
28-55 
7-70 
.0-38 . . 
W 26-18 
L 0-29 
L. 2049 
L. 2144 
W 33-32 



L 1649 
L .20-52 . 
W 24-13 . 
W 31-7 
.1.0-13.. 
L. 17-41 . 
W 42-27 
W 38-10 
L 4547 
L 2146 
L 16-21 



35.015 
50.000 
42.008 
38.829 
42,008 
36,218 
31,487 
62,000 
36.255 
35.120 
12,521 



20,831 
38.014 
62,852 
. 24.787 
68.000 
48.500 
30,429 
24,456 
27,126 
40,900 
48,309 



1995 



6-5-0 (3-2, 3-3) -ACC: 44-0, T-5lh 
Head Coach: Mark Duffner 
S2 . at Tulane 

S9 ■ North Carolina 

S16. West Virginia 



S23 
S28 
07 
021 
028 



[24] 
[17] 



H 



•Duke 

• at Georgia Tech 

• at Wake Forest 

• Clemson Mr: 
at Louisville 



N4 • at NC Stale 

N11....[-] [14] -Virginia 

N18 [-]. [6].. • at Flonda State 

1996 

5-6-0 (4-2. 1-3,0-1) 

Head Coach: Mark 

A31 

S7 

S14 [-] [22] 

S28 H [23] 

05 

012 -.[-] [13] 

019 

026 

N2 

N14 

N23 [-] [3] 

1 at Miami, Fla (Pro 

1997 

2-9-0 (1-5, 14) -ACC: 1-7-0, 8th 
Head Coach: Ron Vanderlinden 
S6 Ohio 

S13 [-] [5] -at Flonda State 
S20 ...[-] [6] • North Carolina 

S27 at Temple 

04 -Duke 

011 West Virginia 

• at Wake Forest 

025 • Clemson « 

N1 • Virginia 

N8 • at NC State 

N22 • at Georgia Tech 



W 29-10 

W 32-18 

W 31-17 

W 41-28 

L 3-31 

W. 9-6 . . . 

L 0-17 

L 0-31 

W. 30-13 

L. 18-21 

. .L .17-59 



18.159 
32,215 
48.055 
41,015 
44,137 
19,107 
43,603 
36,386 
45,652 
45,720 
68,400 



•ACC: 3-5-0, T-6th 
Duffner 

Northern Illinois 

Alabama-Birmingham 

•at Virginia 

at West Virginia 

• NC State 

• at North Carolina 
•WakeForest* .... 
•at Duke 
•atClemson 

• Georgia Tech . 

• Flonda State ' 
Player Stadium) 



W 30-6 

W 39-15 

,.L 3-21 . 

L 0-13 

L 8-34 

L 7-38 

. W .52-0 

W 22-19 

L 3-35 . 

W 13-10 

L 1048 



32.517 
30.057 
39.200 
54.542 
32.550 
47.000 
. 30,212 
, 18,751 
60,000 
. 22.510 
31.989 



l 14-21 30.100 

L 7-50 72,237 

.1. 1440 30,084 

, W. 24-21 12,872 

. W .16-10 23 206 



L .14-31 . 

L 17-35 

L 9-20 

L 045 

L 2845 

L 18-37 



31.210 
17,893 
27 270 
23.479 

43,500 
35,276 



1998 



3-8-0(2-3, 14, 0-1) • ACC: 1-7-0, T-8th 
Head Coach: Ron Vanderlinden 
S5 James Madison 

S12....[-)..|12], ■ at Virginia 
S19....[-|..[19|. . at West Virginia 
S26 Temple 

03 H [9] -Flonda Stale 
O10. ... -atClemson . .. 

017 ■ Wake Forest " 

031 [-] [23] -Georgia Tech 
N7 -at North Carolina 

N14 . -alDuke 

N2I • NC State 

at Baltimore. Md (PSINet Stadium) 



W 23-15 36,547 



L 19-31 
L 2042 
W 30-20 



10-24 

0-23 . 
10-20 
14-31 
.13-24 
W. .42-25 
L 21-35 



. 42.800 
. 52,279 
27.047 
33.134 
73.000 
23.419 
25.183 
51.200 
15,272 
21,589 



5-6-0 (3-3, 2-3) • ACC: 2-6-0. T-8lri 

Head Coach: Ron Vanderlinden 

S9 al Temple W 6-0 

S11 Western Carolina W 51-10 

S18 West Virginia W..33-0. 

S30...-H. [9], • at Georgia Tech L 3149 

09 -at Wake Forest... W 

016 'Clemson L 

023 • North Carolina W 

O30 -Duke* ,...L 

N6 • at NC Slate L 

N13 [-] [1] • at Flonda Slate L 

N20 • Virginia L 



17-14 . 

3042 

45-7 

22-25 

17-30 

1049 

30-34 



2000 



5-6-0(4-2, 1-4) -ACC 3-5-0, T-6th 
Head Coach Ron Vanderlinden 

S9 Temple W 17-10 

S16 at West Virginia L 17-30 



S23 

S28 

07 

014 

021 

028 

N4 

N11 

N18 



.[2). 



[22] 



Middle Tennessee W 45-27 

• Florida State L. 7-59 

•at Virginia L 23-31 

•atClemson L 14-35 

• Wake Forest* W. .37-7 

• at Duke W 20-9 
•NC Slate W 35-28 (2ot) 

• at North Carolina L 10-13 
•Georgia Tech L 22-35 



25,322 
36,376 
33,169 
44,612 
19,321 
34,097 
27,077 
30,222 
. 47,211 
80.340 
32,334 



46,950 
53.007 
. 31.126 

47.044 
53,655 
85,000 
26,544 
20,033 
28.410 
40,000 
24,701 



2001 

ACC Champions 

10-2-0 (7-0, 3-1, 0-1) • ACC: 7-1-0, Champions 
Head Coach: Ralph Fnedgen 



S1 

S8 

S22 

S29 

06 [25] [-] 

011... [22] [15] 

O20 [12] [-] 

027... [10] [18] 

N3... [15]...[-] 

N10 [13] [-] 

N17...[10| [-] 

FedEx Orange Bowl 

J2 [6] [5] Flonda' 

Final AP Poll #11 

' al Miami. Fla (Pro Player Stadium) 



23-7 
50-3 
27-20 
32-20 
41-21 



North Carolina 

Eastern Michigan 

• at Wake Forest 
West Virginia 

• Virginia 

• at Georgia Tech ... W 20-17 (ot) 
•Duke* . ...W, 59-17 .. 

• at Florida Slate L 31-52 

Troy Slate W. 47-14 

■Clemson W 37-20 

• at NC Stale W 23-19 .... 



L 23-56 



44.080 
42.105 
22.372 
40,166 
44.197 
40,574 
43,528 
82,565 
. 38,415 
52,462 
51,500 

73,640 



2002 



11-3-0 (6-1, 6-1, 1-1) • ACC: 6-2-0. T-2nd 
Head Coach: Ralph Fnedgen 
Preseason AP Poll #20 



[21]. H 
..[-]... [5], 



A25 

S7. 

S14 

S21 

S28 

05 

017 

026 

N2 

N9....[25] [14] 

N16 [19], .[-]. 

N23 . [18]. [ 



vs. Notre Dame' L . 0-22 . 

Akron W 44-14 

•Flonda State ,..L, 10-37 

E Michigan W. 45-3 

Wofford W 37-8 

at West Virginia W 48-17 

•Georgia Tech ... W 34-10 

•at Duke W .45-12 

• al North Carolina W .59-7 

•NC Slate" W 24-21 

•atClemson W 30-12 

• at Virginia L 1348 

•Wake Forest W 32-14 



N30 [25] .. . [-] 

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl 

D31 [18] [■] vs Tennessee-' 

Final AP Poll »1 3 

' at East Rutherford, N J (Giants Stadium), - at Atlanta, Ga (Georgia 



72,903 
48,057 
51,758 
46,098 
44,098 
55,146 
41,766 
23,451 
44,000 
52,915 
72,000 
58,358 
39,006 



W 30-3 



3.330 



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 I 13-20 (ol) 28,018 

S6. . .. [-] [11] • al Flonda Stale L 10-35 82.885 

S13 The Citadel W 61-0 51,594 

S20 West Virginia W 34-7 51.973 

S27 at Eastern Michigan W 37-13 19,628 

04 -Clemson W 21-7 51,545 

011 -Duke W 33-20 50.084 

023 -al Georgia Tech L 3-7 51,524 

N1 • North Carolina " : W 59-21 51,195 

N13 -Virginia W 27-17 51,027 

N22 • al NC Stale W 26-24 53,800 

N29 -al Wake Forest W 41-28 18,783 



Toyota Gator Bowl 

J1 [23] [20] vs West Virginia' 

Final AP Poll #17 

' al Jacksonville. Fla (ALLTEL Stadium) 



78.892 



2004 



5-6-0 (4-2, 1-4) • ACC: 3-5-0. T-8th 
Head Coach: Ralph Fnedgen 
Preseason AP Poll #22 
S4 [22] [-] Northern Illinois 

S11 [23] [-] Temple 

S18 [21] [7] at West Virginia 
S25 [23] [-] -at Duke 
09 [23] [-]. -Georgia Tech 

016 • N.C. Slate 

023 -atClemson 

O30 [-] [5] -Flonda Slate 
N6 [-] [12] -al Virginia 
N18 [-] [15] -at Virginia Tech 
N27 -Wake Forest 



1 16-19(ot) 
W .55-21 



. W 23-20 . 51.830 

. W .45-22 51,292 

60,358 
16,298 
52733 
52.179 
78,000 
52,203 
63,072 
65,115 
48,226 



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Head Coach: Ralph Fnedgen 

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23-20 67809 

24-28 50,609 

19-31 52.413 

22-12 26.022 
45-33 52,656 

38-7 11,311 

9-28 54,838 

.27-35 . . . . 82,626 
.33-30(01) .50,000 
16-31 51.585 
.14-20 52,312 



2006 

94-0 (6-1, 2-3, 1-0) • ACC: 5-3-0, T-2nd Atlantic Division 

Head Coach: Ralph Fnedgen 

S2 William S Mary . . . W. .27-14 . 

S9 Middle Tennessee W 24-10 

S14 . . . [-] [5] at West Virginia L .2445 

S23 Flonda International W .14-10 

07.. [-]. [18] at Georgia Tech L 23-27. 

014 at Virginia W 28-26 

021 NC Slate W 26-20 

028 Flonda State W. 27-24 

N4 [-] [19] atClemson W 13-12 

N11 . [23) [-].. Miami W 14-13 

N18 . [21] [20] at Boston College L 16-38 

N25 [-] [25] Wake Forest ... L 24-38 

Champ Sports Bowl 

D29 vs. Purdue ' W 24-7 

' at Orlando, Fla (Citrus Bowl) 



2007 

6-7-0 (3-3, 3-3, 0-1) • ACC: 3-5-0 T-5th Atlantic Division 
Head Coach: Ralph Fnedgen 

S1 Villanova W 

S8 al Flonda International W 



49,763 
47.704 
60.513 
. 45,317 
51,686 
59,367 
50.230 
50,517 
79.000 
50,721 
44,500 
51.500 

40,168 



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S22 at Wake Forest L 

S29 [-1 110] al Rutgers W 

07 Georgia Tech W. 

O20 Virginia L 

027 Clemson L 

N3. . . . at North Carolina L 

N10 [8] Boston College W 

N17 al Flonda Stale L 

N24 at NC Stale W 
Emerald Bowl 

D28 vs Oregon Stale ' L 
' at San Franasco. Calif (AT&T Park) 



31-14 50.389 

26-10 . 12,201 
14-31 53,107 

24-31 (ot) 31.964 
34-24 43.803 

28-26 47.527 
17-18 52,782 

17-30 50,948 

13-16 56,000 

42-35 52,827 

16-24 .80.213 
37-0 54.856 

14-21 32.517 



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ndividual Records 

Rushing 



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Rushing Attempts 

Career-807, LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 
Season-334, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 
Sr.-283, Steve Atkins, 1978 
Jr-334. Charlie Wysocki, 1980 
SQ.-247, Charlie Wysocki, 1979 
Fr.-159, LaMont Jordan. 1997 
Game-50. Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1980 

Rushing Yards 

Career-l 147 LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 
Season-1 632 LaMont Jordan, 1999 
Sr.-1, 261, Steve Atkins. 1978 
Jr.-1.632. LaMont Jordan, 1999 
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, 
1969 



Rushing Yards Per Carry 

Career (min. 300 att.)-5 57, Ed Modzelewski, 1949-51 
Career (min. 175 att.)-8 13, Chet Hanulak, 1951-53 
Season (min. 200 att.)-6.14. LaMont Jordan, 1999 
Season (min. 100 att.)-7 38, Ed Modzel ewski, 1951 
Season (min. 75 att.jvg 78 Chet Hanulak, 1953 
Sr.-9 78. Chet Hanulak. 1953 



Jr.-6 29, Chet Hanulak, 1952 



So.-5 93. Alvin Blount. 1984 



Fr.-5 64, Steve Atkms,|975 



Game (min. 10 att.)-1 5.0, Willie Joyner vs. No. Ca ro lina, 1982 

Rushing Touchdowns 

Career-J4, Rick Badanjek^ 1982-8JL 

Season-1 6. LaMont Jordan. 1999 



Sr.-14. EdVereb. 1955 



Jr.— 16 LaMont Jordan. 1999 



So.-IQ. Bruce Perry . 2001 



Fr.-9 Rick Badanjek. 1982 



Game-5 Bob Shemonski vs Va Tech 1950 



LaMont Jordan finished his career in 
2000 as the all-time leading rusher 
in Terp history and third all-time in 
theACC. 



100-Yard Rushing Games 

Career-18, LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 



Season-8, Charlie WysockiJ980; Steve Atkins, 197 8 
Sr.-8, Steve Atkins, 1978 
Jr.-8, Charlie Wysocki, 1980 



So.-5. Bruce Perry. 2001. LaMont Jordan. 1998 

Charl ie Wysocki , 1979 

Fr.-2, LaMont Jordan, 1997; Wayne Wingfieid, 

1979 

Consecutive-7 , Steve Atkins, 1978 

200-Yard Rushing Games 

Career-3. Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81 

Season-2 LaMont Jordan, 1999, Charlie Wysocki^ 1979 

Consecutive-2 Char lie Wysocki, 1979 

Longest TO Run 

98. Steve Atkins vs. ClemsonJ978 

Longest Non-Scoring Run 

76, Harry Bonk vs. No. Carolina, 1948 




All-Purpose Running 



All-Purpose Running Attempts 

Career-8 88. LaMont Jordan, 199K000 
Season- 338. Charlie Wysoc k 

Sr.-297, Steve Atkins, 1978 

Jr.-338, Chartie Wysocki. 1980 

SO.-258, Charlie Wysocki. 1979 



All-Purpose Running Yards 

Caree r-4 960 . LaMont Jordan, 1997-2000 
Season-1 .840, LaMont Jordan, 1999 

Sr.-1 ,562, Steve Atkins, 1978 

Jr-1 840 LaMont Jordan, 1999 



Fr.-186. LaMont Jordan. 1 997 



S o.-1.718. Bruce Perry. 2001 



F r-920. LaMont Jordan. 1997 



All-Purpose Yards Per Play 

Career (min. 1.000 yds)- 22.29. Lewis Sanders. 1996-99 
Season (mm. 600 yds)-21 00, Billy Van Heusen. 1966 
Sr.-18.50, Barry Johnson, 1990 
Jr.-21.00. Billy Van Heusen. 1966 
So.-18.54.AazuddinAbdur-Raoof. 1985 
Fr.-18.49. DaRel Scott. 2007 



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all-time passing efficiency mark 
with a 142.03 rating from 2002-03. 
During that two-year span he led 
Maryland to wins in the Peach 
and Gator Bowls. 




Passing 

Passing Attempts 

Career-982, Scott Milanovich, 1 992^95 
Season-482, John Kaleo, 1992 
Sr.-482, John Kaleo, 1992 



Jr.-35 3, Dan Henning, 1986 



SO.-431, Scott Milanovi ch, 1993 
Fr.-179, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Game-62, Scott Milanovich vs. Florida St., 1995 



Passing Completions 

Career-650, Scott Milanovich, 1 992-95 
Season-286, John Kaleo, 1992 
Sr.-286, John Kaleo, 1992 
Jr.-229, Scott Milanovich, 1994 



So.^279, Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Fr,-93, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Game-46, Scott Milanovich vs. Florida St., 1995 



Passing Yardage 

Career-7,301, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 

Season-3,4 99, Scott Milanovich, 1993 

Sr.-3,3 92, 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 

Passing Completion Pet. 

Career (min. 200 att.)- 662, Scott Milanovich (650 of 982), 
1992-95 

Season (min. 125 att.)- 688, Scott Milanovich (229 of 333), 

_ 1994 

Sr.-665, Scott Milanovich (125 of 188), 1995 



Jr.-.688, Scott Milanovich 1229 of 333), J194 
SO.-.647, Scott Milanovich (279 of 431), 1993 
Fr.-520, Calvin McCall (93 of 179), 1999 



Game (min. 10 att.)-909, Bob Avellini (10 of 1 
1974 



) vs. Duke, 



Passing Efficiency Rating 
Points 

Career (min. 200 att.H42.03. Scott McBrien, 2002-03 
Season (min. 125 att.)-147 .43, Frank Reich, 1984 
Sr.-147.43, Frank Reich, 1984 



Jr.-143.57, Scott Milanovich, 1994 



So-144 .48, Scott Milanovich, 1993 



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 Ka le o vs. C l emso n, 1992 

400-Yard Passing Games 

Career-5, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 _ 

Season-5, Scott Milanovich, 1993 



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Consecutive-3. Scott Milanovich, 1993 



300-Yard Passing Games 

Career-10, Scott Milanovich, 1 9JJ2-95 

Season-5, Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Consecutive-3, Scott Milanovich, 1993 



Passing Interceptions 

Career-35, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95; Dick Shiner, 1961-63 
Season-22, John Kaleo, 1992 






Longest Touchdown Pass 

96, Sam Hollenbach to Darrius Heyward-Bey vs. Mia mi, 20 06 



Longest Non-Scoring Pass 

76, Scott Milanovich to Jermame Lewis vs. W. Virginia, 1993 






Fr.-117.10, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Total Offense 

Total Offense Plays 

Career-1.150, Scott Milanovich, 199 2-95 
Season-588, John Kaleo, 1992 



Sr.-588, John Kaleo, 1992 
Jr.-418, Dan Henning, 1986 
SO.-522 Scott Milanovich 1993 
Fr.-258, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Total Offense Yards 

Career-7.111, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-3,472, John Kaleo, 1992 
Sr.-3,472, John Kaleo, 1992 
Jr.-2,781, Scott McBrien, 2002 
So.-3,437, Scott Milanovich, 1993 
Fr.-1 ,520, Calvin McCall, 1999 



Touchdowns Responsible For 

Career-53, Scott Milanovich, 1992-95 
Season-29, Scott Milanovich, 1993 

Sr.-22, John Kaleo, 1992 

Jr.-22, Scott McBnen, 2002 

So.-29, Scott Milanovich, 1993 

Fr.-9, Rick Badanjek, 1982 



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Pass Receptions 

Career-193. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 
Season-77, Geroy Simon, 1994 
Sr.-75, Marcus Badgett. 1992 
Jr.-69, Russ Weaver, 1993 
SO.-77, Geroy Simon, 1994 
Fr,-58, Frank Wycheck, 1990 



Game-16, Geroy Simon vs Florida St., 1995 

Receiving Yardage 

Career-2.932. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 
Season-1,240, Marcus Badgett, 1992 
Sr-1,240, Marcus Badgett, 1992 
Jr.-692, Jermaine Lewis, 1994 
So-957, Jermaine Lewis, 1993 



Fr.-694, Darnus Heyward-Bey, 2006 



Receiving Yards Per Catch 

Career (min. 35 rec.)-19 15, Billy Van Heusen, 1965-67 
Season (min. 20 rec.)-21 44, Billy Van Heusen, 1966 
Sr.-1 8 53. Lloyd Colteryahn, 1952 
Jr.-21.44, Billy Van Heusen, 1966 
So.-19.17, Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1985 
Fr.-17.52, Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, 1984 

Receiving Touchdowns 

Career-21 , Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95 



Game-251, Marcus Badgett vs. Pittsburgh, 1992 



Season-9, Jermaine Lewis, 1994, Marcus Badgett, 1992 

Sr.-9, Marcus Badgett, 1992 

Jr.-9, Jermaine Lewis, 1994 

So.-8, Dan Bungon, 1971 

Fr.-5. Sean Sullivan, 1983; Darnus Heyward-Bey, 2006 
Game-3, Jermaine Lewis vs. W. Virginia, 1993; James Milling vs 

No. Carolina, 1986; Guilian Gary vs. Georgia Tech, 2000; 

Vernon Davis vs. Duke, 2004 



200-Yard Receiving Games 

Career-2. Jermaine Lewis, 1992-95, Marcus Badgett, 1990-92 
Season-2, Marcus Badgett, 1992 
Consecutive-2, Marcus Badgett, 1992 



100-Yard Receiving Games 

Career-15. Jermaine Lewis. 1992-95 
Season-5, Marcus Badgett, 1992 
Consecutive-4, Jermaine Lewis, 1994 

Longest Touchdown Reception 

96. Darrius Heyward-Bey from Sam Hollenbach vs. Miami. 
2006 

Longest Non-Scoring Pass 

76, Jermaine Lewis from Scott Milanovich vs. 

West Virginia, 1993 



Scoring 

Most Points Scored 

Career-393, Nick Novak, 2001-04 
Season-125. Nick Novak, 2002 



Sr.-96, Ed Vereb, 1955, Lu Gambmo, 1947 
Jr.-IIO. Nick Novak, 2003 
SO.-125. Nick Novak, 2002 



Fr.-89. Nick Novak, 2001 



Most Touchdowns 

Career-46, Rick Badanjek, 1982-85 
Season-17. LaMont Jordan, 1999 



Sr.-16 Ed Vereb, 1955, Lu Gambmo,J947_ 
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 Points Kicking 

Career-393. Nick Novak, 2001-04 



Season-125, Nick Novak, 2002 



Sr-92. Dan Ennis. 2006 



Jr-110. Nick Novak. 2003 

SO.-125 N > Movak 2002 



Fr.-89. Nick Novak. 2001 



Most PATs 

Career-153, Nick Novak, 2001-04 
Season-53. Nick Novak, 2002 
Sr.-37, Jess Atkinson, 1984 



Jr.-38. Nick Novak, 2003 



So.-53. Nick Novak, 2002 
Fr.-41, Nick Novak, 2001 



Consecutive (Career)-93. Jess Atkinson, 1981-84 
Consecutive (SeasonH3. Nick Novak, 2002 



Rest PAT Percentage 

Career-1 000. Dan Plocki (92 of 92). 1985-88; Dan DeArmas 
C62 of 62J, 1 989-92 



Season-1 000, Jess Atkinson (39 of 39). 1982: Dan Ennis 
(32 of 32), 2006: 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 
Pare d es (1 3 o f 13), 1985 
Sr.-1.000, Dan Ennis (32 of 32), 2006 
Jr.-: )0C Jess Atkinson ^8 of 28: 1983 
So.-' J00 Jess Atkinson .39 of 39 1982 
Fr.-1 .000, Dan Plocki (20 of 20), 1985 



Most Field Goals Made 

Career-80, Nick Novak, 2001-04 
Season-24, Nick Novak. 2002 & 2003 



Sr.-20, Dan Ennis. 2006 



Jr.-24, Nick Novak, 2003 
So.-24, Nick Novak, 2002 



Fr-16, Nick Novak. 2001 



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. Ed Loncar. 1978 



Jr-32, Nick Novak, 2003 
So.-28. Nick Novak, 2002 
Fr.-2E Nic> Nova! 2001 



Game-5, Dan Plocki vs. W. Virginia. 1985; Dale Castro vs. 
Mississippi St 1979 Nick Novak vs Duke, 2003 



Field Goal Percentage 

Career (min. 20 att.}- 778, Joe O'Donnell (28 of 36), 1994-96 
Season (min. 12 att.)- 357 Nick Novak (2 4 of 28), 2002 

Sr.- 850 Jess Atkin son (17 of 20), 1984 

Jr.-.8 09. Dale Cas tro (17 of 21), 1979 



SO. -.857, Nick Novak (24 o f 28), 2 002 



Fr.- 846, Dan Plocki (11 of 13), 1985 



Game-1 000. Dale Castro (5 of 5] vs. Mi ss. St, 1979 

Longest Field Goal 

54. Steve Mike-Mayer_vs. Villanova, 1973 
54. Nick Novak vs. Duke. 2003 



Punting 

Punting Average 



Career-43 



; Barnard. 1999-2002 



Season-i-i 7 Brooks BarnardJOOO 
Sr.— 43 1 . Brooks Barnard. 2002 



Jr.^44.5. Brooks Barnard, 2001 



So.-44.7 , Brooks Barnard. 2000 



Fr-42.3. Adam Podlesh. 200 3 



Gamfr-53.8. Brook s Barnar d vs. Temple. 2000 (6 punts) 



Total Punts 



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Career-26 

Season-90. Dan De Amias, 1991 

Game-1 2. Steve Adams vs. Florida, 1981 



Punting Yards 

Career-':,627, Dan DeArmas. 1988-91 



Season-3 615 Dan DeArm as. 1991 



Longest Punt 

88. John Fritsch vs. Miami, 1956 



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RECORDS 



Punt Returns 



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Punt Returns 

Career-121,_Steve Suter, 20 01-04 
Season-56, Steve Suter, 2002 
Sr.-35, Larry Marshall, 1971 



Jr-40, Bo b S mith, 1 973 

So.-56, Steve Suter, 2002 



Fr.-16, Mike Lewis, 1979 



Game-8, Larry Marshall vs. Villanova, 1971; 
Steve Suter vs. West Virginia, 2002 



Punt Return Yards 

Career-1,271, Steve Suter, 2001-04 



Yards Per Punt Return 

Career (min. 20 returns)-15 .23, Joe Petruzzo, 19 50-51 



Season-771, Steve Suter, 2002 


Season (min. 12 retums)-21 23, Joe Petruzzo, 1950 


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Sr.-375, Larry Marshall, 1971 


Sr.-15.31, Ronnie Waller, 1954 


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Jr.-420, Bob Smith, 1973 
Sc-771, Steve Suter, 2002 


Jr.-14.57, Bob Shemonski, 1950 
So.-21.23, Joe Petruzzo, 1950 


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Fr-136, Orlando Strozier, 1993 


Fr.-10.46, Orlando Strozier, 1993 




Game-146, Bob Shemonski vs. NC State, 1950 


Punt Returns for Touchdown 

Career-6, Steve Suter, 2001-present 


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Kickoff Returns 



Kickoff Returns 

Career-72J<eeta Covington, 1983- i 



Season-34, Bren Lowery, 1988_ 
Sr-31, Josh Wilson. 2006 



Jr-34. Bren Lowery, 1988 
So.-25. Keeta Covington, 1984 
Fr.-26, Da'Rel Scott. 2007 



Kickoff Return Yards 

Career-1,520, Keeta Covin gton, 1983-86 
Season-847, Josh Wilson. 2006 



Sr.-847, Josh Wilson, 2006 

Jr.-702. Bren Lowery 1988 
Sc-546, Steve Suter, 2002 



Fr,-566, Da'Rel Scott, 2007 

Game-1 82, Allen Williams vs. Penn State, 1 993 



Yards Per Kickoff Return 

Career (min. 20 returnsJ-27 3, Josh Wilson, 2003-06 
Season (min. 12 returnsj-31 00, John Schultz 1975 

Sr-31. 00. Jo hn Schult z, 1975 

Jr.-24.3 8, Darryl \ 



,1963 



So.-24.82, Steve Suter 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 for TD 

100, Josh Wilson at Georgia Tech, 2006; Kenny Ambrusko vs. 
Navy, 1964; Dick Novak/Dennis Condie vs. Virginia. 1960 
(Novak returned to the 9-yard line, then lateraled to Condie 
who retu r ned 91 yds, for TD) 

Longest Non-Scoring Kickoff 
Ret. 

97, Sammy J oh nson vs. Vand erb ilt, 1980 



Tackles/Sacks 



Tackles (since 1969) 

Career-481, Eric Wilson, 1981-84 

Season-188, Neal Olkewi cz, 1978 

Sr.-188. Neal Olkewicz, 1978 



Jr-178, Eric Wilson, 1983 
SO.-137, Ratcliff Thomas, 1994 



Fr.-136, Mike Corvino, 1979 



Tackles for Loss (since 1974) 

Career-62. E.J. Henderson, 1999-2002 



Season-28, EJ. Henderson, 1999 
Sr.-24, Randy WhiteJ974_ 
Jr.-28, E.J. Henderson. 1999 



So-17, A aron ThompsonJ999 



Fr.-8 , Mike Corvino, 1979_ 



Tackles for Loss Yardage 

(since 1974) 

Career-206, Mike Corvino, 197 9-1982 



Season-122, Randy White, 1974 
Sr-122, Randy White, 1974 



Jr.-101, Martin Van Horn, 1978 
So.-75, Eric Oq b ogu, 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 Mernman, 2003 
Fr.-11 O.Glenn Page, 1987 



Interceptions 



Interceptions 

Career-17. Tom Brown, 1960-62 
Season-10, Bob Sullivan 1965 
Sr.-10, Bob Sullivan, 1965 



Jr.-8. Tom Brown, 1961 
So.-7. Bob Smith, 1972 



Fr.-6, Joe Horning, 1951 



Game-4 Lendell Jones vs. Duke. 1982 



Interception Return Yards 

Career-275, Tom Brown, 1960-62 
Season-147, Joe Horning, 1951 



Sr.-133, Cliff Crosby, 1998 
Jr.-112, Bill McFadden, 1981 
So-140, Frank Tamburello, 1954 
Fr-147, Joe Horning, 1951 



Game-1 11, Dick Lewis vs. NC State, 1956 



Interception Returns for 
Touchdown 

Career-2, Bob Haley, 1966-68; Ernie Arizzi, 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, Joe Horning vs Missouri, 1951 



Longest Non-Scoring 
Interception Return 

89, Kevin Benson vs. Virginia, 1973 






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Charles Benedict Calvert founded the Maryland 
Agricultural College in 1856 with the goal of creating a 
school that would offer outstanding practical knowledge to 
him and his neighbors and be "an institution superior to any 
other." 

One hundred and fifty years later, the University of 
Maryland has blossomed from its roots as the state's first 
agricultural college and one of America's original land grant 
institutions into a model of the modern research university. 
It is the state's greatest asset for its economic development 
and its future, and has made its mark in the nation and 
the world. 

Calvert would be astounded by the depth and breadth 
of research activities, innovative educational programs, 
and the single-minded pursuit of excellence that are part of 
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among the nation's top public research universities by U.S. 
News & World Report, with 31 academic programs in the 
Top 10 and 86 in the Top 25. It is also ranked No. 37th in 
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Maryland is the state's premier center of research and 
graduate education and the public institution of choice 
for undergraduate students of exceptional ability and 
promise. The faculty includes four Nobel laureates, 
six Pulitzer Prize winners, a three-time Emmy Award 
winner, more than 40 members of national academies 
and scores of Fulbright scholars. The university focuses 
great attention on the highest academic standards, 
affordability for all qualified students, and a President's 
Promise program that guarantees opportunity for 
extraordinary extracurricular and professional experiences 
for each student. 

It has earned a national reputation for its enriched 
educational experiences for undergraduates, including 
such widely imitated living/learning programs as College 
Park Scholars; Gemstone, a unique program that brings 
teams of students together from across disciplines to 
tackle specific technical problems; and the Hinman CEO 
Entrepreneurship Program, sponsored jointly by the A. 
James Clark School of Engineering and the Robert H. 
Smith School of Business, and widely recognized as the 
most successful student entrepreneurship program in the 
nation. 

These programs are guided by outstanding faculty whose 
accomplishments in research abound. Whether the issue 



is Mideast peace, cutting-edge research in nanoscience. 
homeland security or bioscience advances, Maryland faculty 
are selected for national leadership and are making news 
Many recent major faculty initiatives receiving significant 
external support strengthen our homeland security 
endeavors— centers for research on agrosecurity and 
emergency management; intermodal freight transportation 
security; behavioral and social analyses of terrorism and 
responses to terrorism; astrophysics and advanced world 
climate and weather prediction; and a national Center for 
Advanced Study of Language. 

In addition to its academic prowess, Maryland is also 
home to the Terrapins, whose athletic achievements are 
a perennial source of pride for nearly 250,000 alumni and 
residents of the state. In 2005-2006. the Terrapins brought 
home national championships in four sports — men's 
soccer, field hockey, competitive cheer and women's 
basketball — more than any university in the nation. 

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Distinguished Alumni 



Sade Baderinwa, '93, Agriculture 

Co Anchor, ABC 7 New York 
Zvi Barzilay, 73, Architecture 

President Toll Brothers Builders 
Robert Basham 70, Bus. Admin. 

Co-founder, Outback Steakhouse 
Bonnie Bernstein, 92, Journalism 

Reporter, ESPN 
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 

Raycom/Lincoln Financial 
Sergey Brin, '93, Mathematics 

Co-founder, Google, Inc search engine 
Robert Briskman, '61, M.S.E.E. 

Co-founder, Sinus Satellite Radio 
Kenneth Brody, '64, Electrical Eng. 

Former chairman, US Export-Import Bank 
JohnBrophy, 71, History 

Exec. Vice President, ACS 
Vicky Bulled, '90, General Studies 

WNBA & US Olympian 
Dennis Cardoza, '82, Gov./Politics 

Congressman, California 18th District 
Al Carey, 78, Government 

President & CEO, Fnto-Lay 
Kiran Chetry, '96, Journalism 

Co-anchor, CNN's "American Morning" 
Connie Chung, '69, Journalism 

Emmy-winning Correspondent 

& Scholarship Co-Chair 
Mark Ciardi, '83. Marketing 

Producer, "The Rookie" & "Miracle" 
A. James Clark 50. Civil Eng. 

President Clark Enterprises 
Michael Dana, 81 Marketing 

CEO. Onex Real Estate Partners 
Larry David, '69, Bus. Admin. 

Co-Crealor, Seinfeld and 

Curb Vour Enthusiasm 
Dominique Dawes, '02, Speech 

US Olympian 
Len Elmore, 78, English 

ESPN Commentator 
Gordon England, '61, Electrical Engineering 

Deputy Defense Seclrelary 
Boomer Esiason, '84, 

Undergraduate Studies 

Sportscaster and radio talk show 

host, former NFL player 
Raul Fernandez, '90, Economics 

Chairman, ObjectVideo 
Carly Fiorina, '80, MBA. 
Pioneering Woman CEO 
Robert Fischell, 53, MS Physics 
Chairman, Fischell Biomedical, LLC 
Jon Franklin. 70, Journalism 

Two-time Pulitzer Pnze winner 
Ralph Friedgen, '70, P.E. 

Head coach. University of Maryland football 
Fred Funk, '80, Criminology 

Pro golfer 
Tom Gallagher, 70, Marketing 

Chairman, President 8. CEO, 

Genuine Parts Co. 
Joseph Gildenhorn, '51, Bus. 

Administration 

Partner. The JBG Companies; 

retired US Ambassador 




Bonnie Bernstein 




Carl Bernstein 




Dennis Cardozza 




Connie Chung 




Larry David 




Dominique Dawes 



Dave Goldfarb, 79, Accounting 

Executive V-P. Lehman Brothers 
Barry Gossett, Engineering 

CEO, Action Mobile Industries 
Michael Griffin, 77, Ph.D. 

Aerospace Engineering 

Chief Administrator, NASA 
Martha Grimes, '54, M.A. English 

Award-winning mystery novelist 
Roger Hale. '65, History 

Board of Directors, 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 
Steny Hoyer, '63. Political Science 

House Majority Leader 

Congressman, Maryland's 5th district 
Harry Hughes, '49, Bus. Admin. 

Former governor of Maryland 
Hugh Newell Jacobsen, '51, Fine Arts 

World famous architect; designed 

Riggs Alumni Center 
Stan Jones, '56, Education 

NFL Hall of Fame inductee, '91 
Jeong Kim, '91, Ph.D. Engineering 

President, Bell Labs 
Gayle King, 76, Psychology 

Editor-al-Large. O, The Oprah Magazine 
Jeffrey Kluger, 76, Gov./Politics 

Author, Apollo 13 
Chris Kubasik, '83, Accounting 

E-VP, Lockheed Martin 
Tim Kurkjian, 78, Journalism 

Reporter, ESPN 8. ESPN Magazine 
Debbie Lawrence, 78, Textiles 

Vice-President, The Williams Companies 
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 
Marvin Mandet '39, ArtsfLaw 

Former governor of Maryland 
William Mayer, '66. Bus. Admin. 

Chair, Park Ave Equity Partners 
Tom McMillen, 74, Chemistry 

CEO, Homeland Security Corp 
Susan Merrill, 79, Theater 

E-VP of Enforcement NYSE/NASDAQ 
Mike Miller, '64, Economics 

President. Maryland Senate 
Bob Mitchell, '59, Civil Engineering 

CEO, Mitchell & Best Homebuilders 
Paul Mullan, '68, Marketing; 70, MBA 

Strategic Partner, Charterhouse 

Group International 
Renaldo Nehemiah, '81, Radio/TV/Film 

US TrackS Field Hall of 

Fame inductee, 1997 
Tom Norris, '67, Sociology 

Congressional Medal of Honor Winner 
Jim O'Brien, '81, M.B.A. 

Head Coach, Indiana Pacers 
Preston Padden, 70, Economics 

Executive Vice President Disney 
Robert Parker, 70. History 

World famous wine critic: 

publisher Wine Advocate 




Gordon England 




Jon Franklin 




Michael Griffin 



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Steny Hoyer 




Samuel LeFrak 




Jim O'Brien 



Buno Pati. '86, Electrical Engineering 

CEO, Building B Corp & Scholarship Chair 
George Pelecanos, '80, Radio/TV/Film 

Novelist 
Kevin Plank, '97, Business Admin. 

Founder & CEO. Under Armour 
Judith Resnick, 77, Electrical Engineering 

Second woman in space; died 

in '86 Challenger explosion 
Jimmy Roberts. 79. Radio/TV/Film 

Reporter, NBC 
Mark Rosenker, '69, Radio/TV 

Chairman, National Transportation 

Safety Board 
Dutch Ruppersberger, '67, Pre-Law 

Congressman, Maryland's Second District 
Harvey Sanders, 72, Journalism 

Founder, Naulica Enterprises 
Peggy Schiff, 74, Accounting 

Vice-President The Washington Post 
Ben Scotti, '59, Arts & Sciences 

Original syndicator, Baywatch series 
Tony Scotti, '61, Arts & Sciences 

Original syndicator, Baywatch series 
Neal Shear, 76, Accounting 

Partner, Apollo Management 
David Simon, '83, Undergraduate Studies 

Created TV series Homicide & The Wire 
Harry Smith, '49, Electrical Eng, 

Inventor, pulse doppler radar 
Robert H. Smith, '50, Accounting 

Developer of Crystal City complex 
Ed Snider, '55, Accounting 

Chairman, Comcast Spectacor 
Michele Snyder, '86, Architecture 

Minority Owner, 

Washington Redskins 
Bert Sugar, '57. Bus. Admin. 

Boxing historian 
Mark Turner, 78, Urban Studies 

President Steak Escape 

restaurant chain 
Joe Tydings, '51, Arts-Law 

Attorney 
Leo Van Munching, '50, 

Marketing/Bus. Admin. 

Headed one of Americas 

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 8 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 mens 

basketball & Scholarship Co-Chair 
Morgan Wooten, '56, Phys Ed. 

U S Basketball Hall of Fame 
Dennis Wraase, '66, Accounting 
Chairman, President 8 CEO, 

PEPCO Holdings 




Kevin Plan* 




Dutch Ruppersberger 




Bert Sugar 




Scott Van Pelt 




Pam Ward 







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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, enriched undergraduate curriculum 
programs and launched the Baltimore Incentive Awards 
Program to recruit and provide full support to high school 
students of outstanding potential who have overcome 
extraordinary adversity dunng 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 laboratones and successfully 
negotiated to bring to the College Park area the first Science 
Research Park sponsored by the People's Republic of 
China. Under his leadership, the University has established 
a research park. The University of Maryland Enterpnse 
Campus, M-Square. located on a 115-acre site adjacent 
to the University of Maryland/College Park Metro with 3 
million square feet of development potential. Among its first 
tenants are the Center for Advanced Study of Language, a 
joint venture of the University and Department of Defense, 
and the National Oceanic and Atmosphenc Administration's 
new World Weather and Climate Prediction Center. 

During President Mote^ 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 a B.S.. M.S. and Ph.D. in mechanical engineering 
from the University of California. Berkeley. President Mote 
has received numerous awards and honors, including 
the Humboldt Prize awarded by the Federal Republic of 
Germany. He is a recipient of the Berkeley Citation, an 
award from the University of California-Berkeley similar 
to the honorary doctorate, and was named Distinguished 
Engineering Alumnus. He has received two honorary 
doctorates. He is a member of the U.S. National Academy 
of Engineering and serves on its Council, and is a member 
of the Amencan Academy of Arts and Sciences. He was 



elected to Honorary Membership in the ASME International, 
its most distinguished recognition, and is a Fellow of the 
International Academy of Wood Science, the Acoustical 
Society of 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, Patricia 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 Chan cellor 

Irwin Goldstein Sr. Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs 



Joseph A. Vivona 



COO. and Vice Chancellor for 
Administration and Finance 



Leonard Ralex 



Vice Chancellor for Advancement 



University 
Administration 



CD. Mote Jr. 

Dr. Nanman Farvardm 



President 



Sr. vice President for 
Academic Affairs. Provost 



Linda Clement 



Dr. Melvm Bernstein 



J/ice President for Student Affairs 
Vce President for Research 



Dr. Jeffrey Huskamp 



vice President and 
Chief Information Officer 



Douglas Duncan Vice President for Administrative Affairs 
Brodie Remington Vice Pre sident for University R elations 

Board of Regents 



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Robert L. Pevenstein 



Chairman 



Vice Chairman 



Treasure! 



James L. Shea 



Secretary 



Patncia S Florestano 



Assistant Treasurer 



R. Michael Gill 



A ssistant Secretary 



Barry P. Gossett 



Alicia Cora Hoffman 



The Hon. Franas X. Kelly, Jr. 



The Hon. Marvin Mandel 



The Hon. C. Thomas McMillen 



Robert L. Mitchell 



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Deborah 

Director of Athletics 



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15th Year at Maryland 




Deborah A. Yow is in the 
15th year of her outstanding 
tenure as director of 
athletics at the University 
of Maryland, a tenure that 
has seen unprecedented 
success and achievement in 
Maryland athletics. In Yow's 
14-plus years at Maryland, 
the Terrapins have won 
a remarkable 16 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 6,100 members representing 1,600 colleges 
and universities in the U.S. and Canada. She serves as 
the current President of the national Division l-A Athletic 
Directors Association and is a member of the Board of 
Directors of the National Football Foundation, as well as the 



Board of Directors of USA Football and the NCAA Division I 
Men's Basketball Academic Enhancement Committee. 

She has been honored by Sfreef and Smith's Sports 
Business Journal as one of the 20 most influential people 
in intercollegiate athletics, was cited in The Chronicle of 
Higher Education in October 2007 as one of the "Ten Most 
Powerful People in College Athletics/The Builder" 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 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, including 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. 

Yow, who has served on the NCAA Management Council 
and the NCAA Division I Budget Committee, is a strong 



Sfreef S Smith's Sports Business Journal Named 

Deborah A. Yow One Of The 20 Most Influential 

People In College Athletics. 



and steady voice on behalf of intercollegiate athletics in 
America. 

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 14 of the department's annual budgets 
(none of the budgets were balanced in the 10 years 
prior to her arrival). The budget now approaches $60 
million annually and the $51 million debt which her 
administration inherited has been reduced to $7.6 
million. 

• 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. Academic 
outcomes and student-athlete welfare have received 
consistent and focused attention. 

• 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 18,000-seat 
Comcast Center for men's and women's basketball and 
other sports that use the facility is a prime example of the 
remarkable $250 million upgrade of athletic facilities. 




Yow congratulates 

one of the members 

of the Maryland 

Competitive Cheer 

team that won the 

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• Implemented a strategic management model 

• Developed a comprehensive Internet strategy with 
management, marketing and fund-raising applications. 

• Significantly improved customer care in every area of 
Maryland athletics. 



The most recent achievements of Maryland athletics are 
exceptional: 

• Maryland captured a remarkable seven national 
championships during the past three seasons. 

• In the recent academic year, the Terrapins achieved the 
highest student-athlete graduation rate in the history of 
Maryland athletics and had the highest graduation rate of 
any public institution in the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

• Fundraismg for Maryland athletics set a historic mark of 
$24.7 million in 2006-07. 

• Maryland was selected by U.S. News & World Report 
and Sports Illustrated 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 best-managed Division I collegiate 
athletics program in the nation. 

• Maryland was ranked as the sixth-finest athletic 
program in the nation by the Center for the Study of 
Intercollegiate Athletics, based on comprehensive 
critena such as graduation rates, financial efficiency, 
equity effectiveness and competitive excellence. 

• 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 
and in 1 2 of the last 1 5 tournaments. 

• 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. In the 2006 season, Maryland 
returned to the bowl scene, where the Terps defeated 
Purdue. 24-7. in the Champs Sports Bowl, and in 2007 
was selected to play Oregon State in the Emerald 
Bowl in San Francisco. Graduation rates in football are 
exemplary and the program was recently recognized 
by the Amencan Football Coaches Association for its 
academic excellence under Coach Ralph Fnedgen. 

• Additionally. Maryland is one of only three universities 
in the nation to win National Championships in men's 
basketball, women's basketball and football. Stanford 
and UCLA are the other NCAA Division I institutions to 
achieve that mark. 

• Set an ACC single-game record for women's basketball 
attendance by drawing 17.950 to a regular-season 



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DeborahYow with Boomer Esiason (left), Bonnie Bernstein (center) and Steve Francis (right). 



game at Comcast Center and led the ACC in season 
attendance. 

• Hired Dave Cottle, the sixth-winningest active men's 
lacrosse coach in the U.S.. who guided his team to the 
NCAA Final Four in three of his first four seasons. 

• Field hockey earned National Championships in 2005-06 
and in 2006-07, and has become a perennial participant 
in the Final Four in that sport. 

• In women's lacrosse, hired Cathy Reese, who was 
named the 2007 ACC Coach of the Year in her first 
season as coach of the Terps. 

• Men's soccer has appeared in four Final Fours in the past 
six years and won the NCAA National Championship. 

• Football facilities have been significantly enhanced with 
team house, stadium and practice field upgrades. The 
Football Academic Center was the first improvement, as 
it took priority over all other initiatives. 

• In 2006-07. 16 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 14 years. Yow says "We are pleased, but 
we are not satisfied. .. our vision is to be one of the 
Top 5 programs in the nation consistently... we see no 
reason to settle for less. " 

Yow is known for her goal-onented and proactive 
management style. She consistently inspires and 
challenges those around her to raise our sights and 
sharpen our tools... to work hard and 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 also 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 A.D.," 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 and leader. 

A successful former basketball coach, she moved into 
athletics administration at the University of Florida and the 
University of North Carolina. Greensboro, followed by a 
successful tenure as A.D. at Saint Louis University. 

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. She holds a bachelor's degree from Eton University, 
a masters degree from Liberty University and a doctorate 
(honows causa) from the U.S. Sports Academy and an 
honorary doctorate for career achievement from Eton 
University. 

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." 



THE UNIVERSITY 



Academic Support & 
Career Development 





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 
professional academic counselors, a director of enrichment programs, an assistant program 
coordinator and a graduate assistant. In addition, a new academic wing was added to the 
Gossett football team house recently. It features offices for two counselors, a program 
coordinator and three learning specialists; 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 Committee 

The Student-Athlete Advisory 
Committee (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) CHAMPS/Life 
Skills Program. The ASCDU staff, in collaboration 
with various other Department of Intercollegiate 
Athletics' units and campus resources, strives 
to provide a systematic personal development 
program designed to reach each student-athlete 
based on his or her individual needs. The focus 
of the program is on the individual academically, 
athletically and emotionally, and on the changing 
needs and skills of that individual in the years 
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. 

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 
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. 



Undergraduate Programs Of Study 



College Of Agriculture 
And Natural 
Resources (AGNR) 

Agricultural and Resource Economics 
Agricultural Sciences 
Animal and Avian Sciences 
Biological Resources Engineering 
Environmental Science and Policy 
Landscape Architecture 
Natural Resource Management 
Natural Resource Sciences 
Nutrition and Food Sciences 

School Of 
Architecture, 
Planning, And 
Preservation (ARCH) 

Architecture 

College Of Arts And 
Humanities (ARHU) 

American Studies 
Art 



Art History and Archaeology 
Asian and East European 
Languages and Cultures 
Central European. Russian, 

and Eurasian 
Studies^ 
Classics 



Communication 

Comparative Literature Program 

Dance 



English Language and Literature 
French Language and Literature 
Germanic Studies 
History 



Italian Language and Literature 
Jewish Studies 
Linguistics 

Music 

Philosophy 



Romance Languages 

Russian Language and Literature 

Spanish and Portugese 

Languages and Literatures 
Theatre 
Women s Studies 

College Of Behavioral 
And Social Sciences 
(BSOS) 

African American Studies 



Anthropology 



Cnminology and Criminal Just'Ce 

Economics 

Environmental Science and Policy 
Geography 

Government and Politics 

Hearing and Speech Sciences 

Psychol ogy 

Sociology 



Robert H. Smith 
School Of Business 
(BMGT) 

Accounting 
Finance 

General Business 
Information Systems 
International Business 
Logistics, Transportation, and 
Supply Chain Management 
Marketing 
Operations Management 

College Of Chemical 
And Life Sciences 
(CLFSC) 

Biochemistry 
Biological Sciences 
Chemistry 



Environmental Science and Policy 

Microbiology 



College Of Computer, 
Mathematical, And 
Physical Sciences 
(CMPS) 

Astronomy _ 



Computer Engineering 
Computer Science 

Environmental Science and Policy 

Geology 
Mathematics 
Physical Sciences 
Physics 

College Of Education 
(EDUC) 

Art Education (K-I2i 



English 



Mathematics 

Science 
Social Studies 



Early Childhood Education 
Elementary Education 
Secondary Education 
Secondary Education 

Foreign Language 
Secondary Education 
Secondary Education 
Secondary Education 
Secondary Education - 

_ Speech and English 

Secondary Education - 

Theatre and English 
Special Education 



A. lames Clark 
School Of 
Engineering (ENGR) 

Aerospace Ergmeenng 

Biol ogical Resources Engineering 
Chemical Engineering 



Civil and Environmental Engineering^ 
Com puter Engi neering 
Electrical Eng ineers 
Engineering (B.S. in) 
Fire Protection Engineering 
Materials Science and Eng -- 
Mechanical Engineering 



Combined Programs 

Arts - Dentistry 

Arts - Law 

Biochemistry/Pharmacy 

Animal Science/Veterinary Medicine 

College Of Health And 
Human Performance 
(HLHP) 

Family Sciences 
Kmesiological Science 
Physical Education 
Public and Community Health 

Philip Merrill College 
Of Journalism (JOUR) 

Journalism 

Office Of 
Undergraduate 
Studies (UGST) 

Air Force ROTC 

ArmyROTC 



College Park Scholars 
Individual Studies Program 
Law and Health Professions 
Pre-Biomedical Science 
Research and Medical 



Technology 
Pre-Dental Hygiene 
Pre-Dentistry 
Pre-Law 



Pre-Medicme (Allopathic. 

Osteopathic, Optometry and Podiatry) 

Pre-Nursmg 

Pre-Occupational Therapy 
Pre-Pharmacy 



Pre-Physical Therapy 



Pre-Physician Assistant 
Pre-Vetennary Medicine 



Universi ty Honors P rogram 

Campus-wide 
Certificates 

African AmericanStudies 
Asian-American Studies 
Computational Science 
East Asian Studies 



Inte rnational Agriculture and 

Nat ural Resources 
Lafinjtaencan Studies 
Lesoian Gay Bi-Sexual a": 

T'ars:e r .je^ S'jdes 

Science , Tech nology, and Society 
Secondary Education, Upper Division 
Certificate In Women's Studies 



Multi-college 
Programs 

Computer Engineenng (CMPS. ENGR) 
Environmental Science and Policy 
(AGNR . BSOS. CLFS. CMPS) _ 



THE UNIVERSITY 



Strength & Conditioning 




In today's highly competitive world of collegiate 
football, the off-field preparation of the student-athlete is a 
critical component to the on-field success of any Division I 
program. Dwight Gait, Maryland's director of strength and 
conditioning, believes strongly that a solid off-field training 
program can dramatically improve levels of performance, 
as 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 who achieve extremely challenging strength goals, based 



and large windows overlooking the playing field at Chevy 
Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium. The Terps' spacious 
weight room includes 7,200 square feet of functional floor 
space, with two elevated offices that are easily accessible 
to the training floor. 

Maryland football players 
train with some of the best 
equipment available, including 
20,000 pounds of customized 
York free weights, seven pieces of 
Keiser progressive air resistance 
machines, and a full line of Hammer 
strength equipment. The weight 
complex also features immense, 
self-contained power rack stations, 
Olympic lifting platforms with Eleiko 
bumper plates and 10 upper body 
pressing stations. 

A meaningful goal of 
every Terrapin football player is 
achievement of the prestigious "Iron 
Terp" award, which is recognized 
twice a year to those team members 



on body weight. It is a great honor and matter of pride to 
earn an "Iron Terp" award, and the Terps must "pay the toll" 
to accomplish this. 




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Sports Medicine 



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MEDIA & RECRUITING GUIDE 



The University of Maryland Department of Intercollegiate 
Athletics and the University of Maryland Medical Center's Sports 
Medicine program have pined 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 " 



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Assistant AD/Sports Medicine 
Delaware '93 




Fifth 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 Flonda. 
Conway oversees all medical and athletic training operations for 
the Terrapins' 27 varsity athletic programs. 

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

Pnor to his position at Central Flonda. Conway served as the 
Director of Sports Medicine at the University of Northern Iowa, 
working as the head trainer for the Panthers' football and men's 
basketball teams from 1999 to 2001. He was the head athletic 
trainer at Morgan State University in Baltimore for one season 
and was an assistant trainer and professor at Delaware, his alma 
mater, for two years. From 1993 to 1996. Conway was an assistant 
trainer with the NFL's New York Jets. 

Cooway earned a bachelor's degree in physical education 
studies, magna am 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 scholady 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 
WeighfJifting Federation 

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




Craig Bennett, 
M.D. 

Head Team Physician/ 
Orthopaedic Surgeon 
Fifth Year at Maryland 



Craig H Bennett. M.D . is in his fifth 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. NY Dr Bennett graduated with honors 
from Brown University in 1985. He earned his medical degree from 
the University of California at San Francisco and completed his 
residency in orthopaedic surgery at Emory University in Atlanta, 
Georgia. He then completed a sports medicine-knee and shoulder 
fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh and subsequently stayed 
on staff at Pittsburgh for five years. While at Pittsburgh, he also 
served as the team physician for the men's basketball team. 

Dr. Bennett was selected to the Amencan Academy of 
Orthopaedic Surgeons Leadership Fellows Program in 2003-04 
and Towson University honored him as their Afncan-Amencan 
Scholar of the Year in 2004. He is a board certified member of the 
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery and a member of the NFL 
Team Physicians Association. 



James Dreese, 
M.D. 

Team Physician/ 
Orthopaedic Surgeon 
Third Year at Maryland 



Dr. James Dreese serves as assistant team physician for 
University of Maryland athletic teams. He is an Assistant Professor 
of Orthopaedics at the University of Maryland Medical Center. He 
received his undergraduate degree from Penn State University. 
where he competed on the football team and earned a varsity 
letter. 

After completing his Orthopaedic Surgery residency at the 
renowned Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. NY he received 
subspecialty training in Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgery at 
the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh. Pa. He served as a team 
physician at Davidson University in Charlotte. N.C., prior to joining 
the Orthopaedic Surgery staff at the University of Maryland. 

Dr Dreese is s subspecialist in the management of shoulder, 
knee, and elbow injuries. 



Yvette Rooks, 
M.D. 

Head Team Physician/ 
Primary Care Physician 
10th Year at Maryland 



Yvette Rooks M.D.. is in her 11th year as a pnmary care 
physician for Maryland's athletics programs. She is also an 
Assistant Professor and Residency Program Director in the 
Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University 
Of Maryland School Of Medicine. 





Dr. Rooks received her doctorate of medicine from the State 
University of New York at Syracuse in 1993. She completed 
her Family Medicine Residency at the University of Maryland 
Department of Family and Community Medicine in 1996. She 
served as Chief Resident from 1995-96. 

At the conclusion of her residency Dr Rooks pursued additional 
training in the field of sports medicine and completed a fellowship 
in this area at Kernan Orthopedic Hospital of the University 
Maryland Medical System in 1998. Dr. Rooks is Board certified 
in Family Medicine and has a Certificate of Added Qualification, 
CAQ, in Sports Medicine. 

Dr Rooks has been a faculty member in the Department of 
Family and Community Medicine for 11 years. She served as Chair 
of the Clinical Years Curnculum Committee, which oversees the 
curriculum for the clinical years of medical training at the University 
of Maryland Medical School from 2002-2007. She was the Director 
of Pnmary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship from July 2005 until 
January 2008 and has served as the Head Pnmary Care Team 
Physician for the University of Maryland at College Park-Terrapins 
since 1998. 

Dr Rooks was recently appointed to the NCAA Committee on 
Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports and is the 
President -Elect for the Maryland Academy of Family Medicine. 

She lives Ellicott City with her daughter Madison. 






Brian Corwell, 
M.D. 

Team Physician/ 
Primary Care Physician 
Third Year at Maryland 



Dr Bnan Corwell is in his third year as a pnmary 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. Vrveka and newborn 
son. Gabriel, 



Valerie 
Cothran, M.D. 

Team Physician/ 
Primary Care Physician 
First Year at Maryland 



Valerie E. Cothran, M.D.. is in her first year as pnmary care 
team physician at the University of Maryland. Dr. Cothran is an 
assistant professor in the Department of Family and Community 
Medicine and serves as Program Director of the Primary Care 
Sports Medicine Fellowship at the University of Maryland. She 
received her medical degree from Wake Forest University 
and completed her residency at the University of Kentucky 
in Lexington. Ky. She also completed a fellowship in sports 
medicine at University of Kentucky Medical Center. Dr Cothran 
is an alumnus of the University of Maryland and was a four-year 
letterwinner in track & field. 




THE UNIVERSITY 



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Athletic Development 




Terrapin Club 

Athletic excellence is a tradition at the University of 
Maryland— a tradition alumni and friends alike want to see continue 
and flourish. That's why we are inviting you to be a member of the 
Maryland Athletics Family by joining the Terrapin Club. Whether you 
are an alumnus of the University of Maryland or a friend interested 
in supporting the 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 priority seating in Byrd 
Stadium for football and Comcast Center for basketball, priority 
parking and tickets to other events 

At Maryland, the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics 
operates without significant University funding and receives no 
state appropriations 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, American Express or Discover). For your 



convenience, a personal checking account can be debited a set 
amount every month. 

In many cases, corporate matching gifts may be used 
to make your Terrapin Club contribution. Please contact your 
employer to see if you are eligible for a matching gift program. 

Contribution Levels 

Recent Graduate 



Recent Graduate 


$50 (2nd year after graduation) 


Recent Graduate 


$75 (3rd year after graduation) 


Recent Graduate 


$100 (4th year after qraduation) 


Recent Graduate 


S12^ (5th year after graduation) 


Bronze 


$50 


Silver 


$125-$249 


Silver 250 


$250-5599 


Gold 


$600-31,199 


Diamondback 


S1.200-S1.999 


Super Terrapin 


S2 000-$4 999 


Coaches Club 


S5.000-S9.999 


Top Terp 


$10,000 and More 


Board of Directors 

President: Stan Goldstein '68, 70 


President Elect: Rick Jaklitsch '80, '83 


1st Vice President: Rosali 


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2nd Vice President: Karabelle Pizziqati 


Past President: Mary Pratt-Henaghan 



Jon Forster, Martin Green, Barbara Hartley, Steve Hyman, Karel 
Petraitis, Chris Brown, Tom Ciandella, J, Douglas Cox, Marlene 
Freeman, Colin Potts, Bob Baker, Chuck Carr, Cheryl Elstms, Ben 
McCarter, Richard Olson. JR Randels, Rick Furlough, Joe Katz, 
R obin Savitz 

301-314-7020 

800-653-7667 

terrapinclub.com 



The M Club 

An 85-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 letterwmner clubs in 
the country with an organization of more than 4,500 former Maryland varsity 
athletes and a leader in the National Letter Winners Association. 

The M Club goals are to help achieve the very best overall academic 
and athletic program for all the varsity teams, to aid the athletes in making 
positive contributions to the community, to obtain and maintain funds for 
awards and scholarships and to cultivate networking, social contact and 
good sportsmanship among the wearers of the "M." 

Membership participation, through the payment of annual dues, helps 
build the scholarship endowment fund, support student-athletes' awards and 
recognition efforts and provide for career development initiatives. Members receive information about the current teams and news 
about former teammates through a monthly electronic newsletter and a quarterly printed newsletter. 

In addition, active members receive information about, and discounts for, various M Club activities. Many benefits are 
intangible, though, including the satisfaction of having lettered at a great university and being a part of a unique and exclusive 
organization that is nationally recognized. 

University of Maryland letterwinners interested in the M Club should call the M Club office at (301) 314-7020, or visit our 
website at www.themclub.org. 

Remember the M Club, "Athletes Helping Athletes." 



M Club Executive Committee 

Dan M cGuire , President 



Ed Gregory, President Elect 
Marjorie Bollinger, Vice President 
James Ransome, Asst. Secretary 
Marshall Fesche. Treasurer 
Jack Zane, Historian 



Gerald Bechtle, Past President 
Al Naylor, Past President 
Helena Bragg. President 
Chris Rimonn, Past President 
Jack Heise, Legal Cou ncil 
TBD, Executive Director 
Deborah Yow, Athletic Director 



Major Gifts 
Fundraising 

In the Fall of 2006, the University of Maryland 
publicly launched Great Expectations: The 
Campaign for Maryland, a $1 billion fundraising effort 
that will transform the University from excellence to 
greatness. Intercollegiate Athletics, one of the most 
visible units of the University will seek to raise a 
total of $133 million to: (1) enhance and improve 
competition, practice and training facilities for a 
number of our teams; (2) fund annual scholarships 
for student athletes; and (3) endow student-athlete 
scholarships, coaching positions and teams. 

Acenterpiece of the ambitious Great Expectations 
fund raising campaign is an enhancement to Chevy 
Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium, for which 
construction began in 2007. Phase one of this 
project, which is scheduled for completion for the 
2009 season, includes the expansion of Tyser Tower 
along the South concourse to add 64 luxury suites 
of varying sizes and 440 mezzanine seats (featuring 
heated and covered seating and food service); a 
University suite with seating for 200 guests; new 
work areas for television, radio and print media; new 
work areas for coaches and game day operating 
staff; a new game-day merchandise outlet; and 
enhanced seating for disabled customers. 

Phase two includes the installation of railings 
in the North and South lower bowl to enhance fan 
safety and comfort, and chair back seating in the 
200 level on the North side. The playing field will 
be lowered to improve sight lines for seats on the 
lower rows, converting a number of those seats 
from obstructed view to some of the best views in 
the stadium. Additionally, all of the blue roofs in the 
stadium will be painted. 

Future expansion for football facilities includes 
renovation of Gossett Football Team House to 
enlarge the locker room and training areas, as well 
as the transformation of the West End Zone with 
the addition of nearly 8,000 seats which will bring 
stadium capacity to approximately 60,000 seats. 

This expansion plan is an ambitious one. Critical 
to its success is the leasing of all available Suites 
within the expanded Tyser Tower You can support 
the proud tradition and future growth of Maryland 
Football by contributing to the Great Expectations 
campaign or leasing a luxury Suite at the stadium. 

To obtain information on leasing a suite at Byrd 
Stadium, or any other component of the Great 
Expectations Campaign for Athletics, please contact 
the Athletics Major Gifts Office at (301 ) 314-7020, or 
toll free at (800) 653-7667, by email at terrapinclub® 
umd.edu, or visit www.GreatExpectationsAthlet.ics. 
com 



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Terps On The Radio 



All of Maryland's games will be broadcast live on the 
Terrapin Sports Radio Network, which boasts one of the 
strongest coverage areas in college sports. Terrapin Sports 
Marketing, a division of CBS Collegiate Sports Properties, 
manages the Terrapin Sports Radio Network In its seventh 
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. 

Terrapin Sports Radio 
Network 



ESPN Radio 1300 AM (WJFK) 
WJFK 106.7 FM 


Baltimore (Flagship) 
Washington D.C. 


WCEMAM1240 


Cambndge 


WBEY97.9FM 


Crisfield 


WGOPAM540 


Cnsfield 


WTBOAM1450 


Cumberland 


WFMDAM930 


Frederick 


WARKAM1490 


Hagerstown 


WPTXAM1690 


Lexington Park 


WMSGAM1050 


Oakland 


WQMRFM 101.1 


Ocean City 


WTGMAM960 


Salisbury 



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Johnny 
Holliday 

Play-by-Play Announcer 



30th Year 



One of Washington's most 
versatile broadcasters. Johnny Holliday, is now in his 30th 
season as play-by-play voice of the University of Maryland. 
Holliday has broadcasted more than 1 .100 Terrapin football 
and basketball games, including 11 bowl games. 10 Sweet 
16 and two Final Four appearances, including Maryland's 
national championship victory over Indiana in 2002. 

Holliday s sports reports are heard mornings coast-to- 
coast on the ABC Radio Network, as well as on XM and 
Sinus. Dick Vitale has named Holliday one of his "top 15 
play-by-play voices in the nation." Holliday's list of credits 
includes ABC's coverage of the Winter and Summer 
Olympic Games, championship boxing, the USFL with hall 
of fame member Paul Homung. The Masters and television 
coverage of the Liberty and Aloha Bowls. Holliday also 
co-hosts the Ralph Fnedgen and Gary Williams shows 
on both radio and television. Holliday was public address 
announcer for the Cleveland Browns. Oakland Raiders. 
San Francisco Warriors and the Washington Bullets 



In Washington, Holliday hosted the Washington 
Senators pregame show on the radio with Ted Williams 
and in San Francisco the Giants pregame show on 
television. He also handled play-by-play duties for George 
Washington University basketball, Navy football radio and 
television coverage of the Washington Bullets and Wizards 
and hosted a Redskins television show with Dexter Manley. 
Mark Moseley, Bobby Beathard and Charley Casserly. 
Holliday also handled television play-by-play duties of 
ACC Women's basketball, Baltimore Orioles and national 
gymnastics events. 

Holliday has been honored by Washingtonian Magazine 
as "Washingtonian of the Year" His basketball and softball 
teams have raised in excess of $1 .5 million for chanty. 
Holliday has been honored by the University of Maryland 
with the school's Distinguished Citizen award, and by 
the Touchdown Club of Washington with the outstanding 
achievement in Sports Broadcasting "Timmie" award. 

Holliday was inducted into the Radio Television 
Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2003. In 2005. he was given 
the Lindsay Nelson Outstanding Sportscaster award by 
the All-American Football Foundation, and in 2006 was 
honored by the National Football Foundation and the 
College Football Hall of Fame with the Chris Schenkel 
Award. In 2006 the Catholic Youth Organization named 
Holliday its National Person of the Year, and the Diabetes 
Association recognized him as its Father of the Year. 
Holliday last year was inducted into the Baltimore Sports 
Media Hall of Fame. 

Holliday also received the "Smile" award from Operation 
Smile for outstanding service to the community. Holliday 
still finds the time to participate in a variety of community 
activities, among them. Catholic Charities. Special 
Olympics and The Youth Leadership Foundation. Holliday 
is on the Board of Directors of Victory Youth Centers and 
Children's Charities Foundation. Holliday has served as 
television host for Muscular Dystrophy, Leukemia, Cerebral 
Palsy, Children's Hospital, March of Dimes and Easter 
Seals telethons. 

His network credits include announcing duties for 
NBC's -Hullaballoo" and "The Roger Miller Show." ABC's 
'This Week with David Bnnkley" and "This Week with 
Sam and Cokie". along with ABC radio's Sam Donaldson 
Show. Holliday was also seen on the CBS television senes 
"Good Morning World." His face and voice are one of the 
most familiar in all of Washington radio and television with 
hundreds of commercials and narrations to his credits. 

Holliday was born and raised in Miami. Fla. Before 
coming to Washington in 1969 he was a top-rated radio 
personality in Cleveland. New York City and San Francisco. 
Before giving up music, Holliday was named Amenca's 
number one disc jockey. A visit to the Rock and Roll Hall 
of Fame in Cleveland will enable you to listen to Holliday 
during DJ days in Cleveland. Holliday also co-hosts 
'Catholic Radio Weekly" with Carol Lehan. syndicated 
radio stations throughout the country. 

Holliday and his wife Mary Clare are the proud parents 
of three daughters. Kellie. Tracie and Moria, three son-in- 
laws. Steve. Chris and Bob. seven grandsons. J.T.. Devin. 
Anthony. Chnstopher. Nicholas. Jack and Liam. and one 
granddaughter Maggie. 




Jonathan 
Claiborne 

Color Commentary 
Ninth Year 



Former Terrapin standout 
Jonathan Claiborne is in his ninth 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 
1999 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- 
string 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 1977 
CoSIDA Academic All-Amencan. He also was the recipient 
of a NCAA Post-graduate Scholarship in addition to earning 
a fellowship from the National Football Foundation and Hall 
of Fame. Claiborne earned a double degree at Maryland 
(history and accounting) with a cumulative GPA of 3.57. He 
was a two-time winner of the George C. Cook Award (given 
to the Terp varsity football player with the highest grade 
point average) and also won the Talbot T. Speer Award for 
leadership, scholarship and athletic ability. 

Claiborne previously spent four years as a color analyst 
on Towson Tiger football radio broadcasts. 




Tim 
Strachan 

Sideline Reporter 
13th Year 



Former DeMatria standout Tim 
Strachan is in his 13th 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 
Charities — A Foundation for Spinal Cord Injuries as 
a way to benefit others with spinal cord injuries. He is a 
professional motivational speaker and also is a freelance 
reporter for the Ralph Fnedgen 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 

ShaWIl NeStOr (primary contact) 

Associate Director, Athletics Media Relations 
Office: (301) 314-7065 
E-mail: snestor@umd.edu 

Doug Dull (cedentials) 

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 - CCBF at Byrd Stadium Press Box 

(301) 314-7095 -Football Office 

Athletics Web Site — www.umterps.com 



Media Credentials Policy 

The University of Maryland issues media credentials under the 
priorities listed below. These priorities are designed to achieve 
efficient use of limited space available for working members of the 
media at University of Maryland intercollegiate athletic events. 

The University of Maryland Athletics Media Relations Office is 
responsible for administering this policy. Credential requests must 
be made by sports editors or sports directors online at UMTerps. 
com no later than five days prior to an event. For more information, 
contact Associate Athletics Director-Media Relations Doug Dull at 
301-314-7064 or at ddull@umd.edu. 

Priorities 

1. Originating radio and television personnel involved in a live 
television or radio broadcast of a University of Maryland 
intercollegiate athletic competition. 

2. Daily newspapers, wire services, and regional and national 
publications that regularly and substantially report on University 
of Maryland intercollegiate athletics. 

3. Non-originating radio and television personnel producing 
reports on a University of Maryland intercollegiate athletic 
competition. Only local radio stations with a full-time sports 
director conducting a regular and substantial sports show 
reporting on University of Maryland intercollegiate athletics 
receive consideration for credentials 

4. Officially recognized University of Maryland daily student 
publications and daily student electronic media outlets that 
regularly and substantially report on University of Maryland 
intercollegiate athletics. 

5. Official websites of Atlantic Coasl Conference schools, non- 
conference opponents, and the Atlantic Coast Conference 
office. 

6. Non-daily newspapers or publications that regularly and 
substantially report on University of Maryland intercollegiate 
athletics. 

7. Online entities that meet the requirements set out in guideline 
7, below. 



Guidelines 

1. Season media credentials are issued to those organizations 
that report on University of Maryland intercollegiate athletics on 
a regular and substantial basis, as outlined above. Issuance of 
season media credentials does not guarantee working space in 
media work areas. 

2. With the exception of Terrapin beat reporters reporting on the 
team on a daily basis and producing daily reports, all passes 
are approved and issued on a game-by-game basis. 

3. Except as otherwise provided for in this policy, all passes and 
credentials are transferable within the same media outlet for 
use by those serving an editorial function. Passes used by 
any member of a credentialed outlet without specific editorial 
assignment or by non-working members of the organization are 
subject to revocation upon University request. 

4. Due to limited space and to ensure compliance with NCAA 
guidelines, credentials will not be issued to "free-lance" writers 
or photographers without a specific assignment received in 
writing by the assigning organization 

5. 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." The University of Maryland will not issue credentials to 
organizations whose primary function is to deliver news related 
to the recruitment of student-athletes. 

6. No credentials will be issued to individuals under the age of 18. 
Admission to media facilities are for working media only. 

7. Credentials may be issued: a) to online entities that are 
affiliated with a national or regional media organization; or, 
b) to online entities that host a website that regularly and 
substantially reports on University of Maryland intercollegiate 
athletics, and employs for that University of Maryland-dedicated 
website at least one full-time permanent employee who writes 
a substantial majority of all material posted on the site, and 
that registers a minimum of 20,000 legitimate unique users per 
month in each of the past 12 months. 

An online entity that meets the requirements of either 7.a) or 
7.b) and which sponsors message boards or chat rooms may 
be credentialed only if the entity enforces its policies regarding 
abusive or discriminatory material. 

8. University personnel may deny or revoke credentials without 
notice and an individual shall surrender his/her credential upon 
request for: noncompliance with the priorities or guidelines 
set out in this policy; noncompliance with health, safely, or 
security directives issued regarding University athletic events; 
violations of University, Departmenl of Intercollegiate Athletics, 
NCAA, or ACC policies; and for conduct for which there are 
reasonable grounds to believe violate slate or federal law. or 
constitute a breach of professional ethics. Any organization 
that wishes to contest a denial or revocation shall: a) request 
the Media Relations Office provide a written rationale for the 
denial or revocation; b) submit a written response lo that 
rationale to the Associate Athletic Director for Media Relations. 
After reviewing the response, the Associate Athletic Director 
for Media Relations, in consultation with appropriate University 
officials, shall issue a decision to uphold or reverse the denial 
or revocation. The Associate Athletic Director's decision shall 
be final. 

9. The University of Maryland Athletics Media Relations Office 
reserves the right to change this policy at any time. The latest 
version will be available online at www.umterps.com. 



Credential Requests 

Credential requests must be made by sports editors or sports 
directors online at http;//www.sportssystems.com/clients/maryland/ 
no later than five days prior to an event. Credential requests can 
also be made on official letterhead from a sports editor or sports 
director and sent to Doug Dull, Athletics Media Relations Office. 
2725 Comcast Center, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 
20741. They may also be faxed to 301-314-9094 or e-mailed 
to ddull@umd.edu. No credential requests will be accepted by 
phone. 

Credentials will be mailed whenever possible, picked up at 
the Athletics Media Relations Office or picked up on game day 
at Media Will Call at the South Gate of Chevy Chase Bank Field 
at Byrd Stadium. Credentials will be sent via overnight entities 
(FedEx, UPS, U.S. Postal Service) only at the expense of the 
requesting outlet. 

All persons picking up credentials will be required to furnish 
positive identification. 

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. 



Staying In College 

Hotels 


Park 


UMUC Inn 8 Conference Center 


301-985-7310 


Greenbelt Marnolt 


S01-441-3700 


Best Western Maryland Inn 


301-474-2800 


Greenbelt Holiday Inn 


301-982-7000 


College Park Holiday Inn 


301-345-6700 


College Park Comfort Suites 


301-441-8110 


Courtyard by Marriott 


301-441-3311 


Quality Inn 


301-864-5820 


Days Inn 


301-345-5000 


Restaurants 




RJ Bentley's 


301-277-8898 


94th Aero Squadron 


301-699-9400 


Applebee's 


301-864-6118 


Bennigan's 


301-982-9780 


Chipolle 


240-582-0015 


Cornerstone 


301-779-7044 


Ledo's 


301-422-8622 


New York Deli 


301-345-0366 


Santa Fe Cafe 


301-779-1345 


Sir Waller Raleigh Inn 


301-474-6500 


TGI Fridays 


301-345-2503 


Local Taxi Cabs 


Bonnelle Sedan Taxi Service 


301-422-2687 


Capital Cab Company 


301-322-8877 


Greenbelt Cab Company 


301-577-2000 





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Game Week Media Schedule 


Sunday 


• Players available for interviews following practice 


• Updated statistics posted on www.umterps.com 


• Players may return phone calls to out-of-town media 




following practice (after 6:30 p.m.) 


Monday 


• Friedgen and players attending luncheon not available after 


• Weekly release posted on www.umterps.com 


practice. 


• ACC players of the week announced 






Wednesday 


Tuesday 


• Coach FriedgenonACCteleconference(11:30a.m.) 


• Coach Friedgen media luncheon, 1 p.m. (Gossett Team 


• ACC weekly satellite feed during the afternoon 


House Dining Facility) 


• Players available for interviews following practice 


(One-on-ones with Coach Friedgen are NOT available) 


• Players may return phone calls to out-of-town media 


• Selected player interviews following media luncheon 


following practice (after 6:30 p.m.) 


(Gossett Team House Dining Facility) 


• Coach Friedgen available for post-practice interview 


• Coach Friedgen press conference quotes posted on 




umterps.com by 5 p.m. 


Thursday 


• Press conference can be heard live on umterps.com 


• No player availability after practice 




• Coach Friedgen available for post-practice interview 



Photography Regulations 

Photo passes will be issued only to accredited photographers 
on assignment. Photographers should obtain an armband from 
the media-relations staff in Tyser Tower to gam admittance to 
the field. Under NCAA and ACC rules, photographers are not 
allowed between the 25-yard lines and must remain outside of the 
restraining lines surrounding the playing field 

Player Interviews 

All player interviews must be arranged through Shawn Nestor 
in the Maryland media relations office. 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 on Tuesday and Wednesday, as well as postgame. 
No interviews will be conducted on Sunday. Monday. Thursday 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 Raipri Fnedgen and selected players will be 
brought to the Young Dining Hall on the main floor of the Gossett 
Football Team House for postgame interviews. The dining hall 
is 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 
gameday. The opposing team interview area is located in a tent 
outside the visiting locker room (opposite side of the field from the 
Tyser Tower Press Box). The Terps follow similar guidelines for 
coach and player interviews for road games. 

Maryland's locker room is closed