Maryland set to hold varsity-alumni game

April 13, 1993

Spring football practice at Maryland will conclude Saturday with the Terps' first varsity-alumni game in 33 years. Starting time at Byrd Stadium is 1 p.m., and the game is open to the public.

Jerry Claiborne, who had a 72-37-3 record as the Maryland coach from 1972 to 1981, will direct the alumni team. Seattle Seahawks quarterback Stan Gelbaugh ('83) and Detroit Lions center Kevin Glover ('84) will be on Claiborne's staff.

More than 160 former players are expected, and 61 are expected to play, including quarterbacks Dan Henning ('87) and Jim Sandwisch ('91).

More than 70 players have participated in the second spring practice for Maryland under coach Mark Duffner. Twenty-eight seniors departed from last year's 3-8 team.

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