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October 8, 2011
Maryland-Georgia Tech notes: *Beautiful, sunny day at Bobby Dodd Stadium. Bit of a gusty wind. Not many people in the stadium yet. Tech coach Paul Johnson appealed to fans to come out and be loud. A crowd of about 44,000 is expected by the locals. *Kenny Tate was on the field warming up but that doesn't mean for sure he will play. I'm told backup Mario Rowson will start but that Tate is still expected to be available. The Maryland linebacker was listed as "doubtful" by the school.
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October 8, 2011
Maryland-Georgia Tech notes: *Beautiful, sunny day at Bobby Dodd Stadium. Bit of a gusty wind. Not many people in the stadium yet. Tech coach Paul Johnson appealed to fans to come out and be loud. A crowd of about 44,000 is expected by the locals. *Kenny Tate was on the field warming up but that doesn't mean for sure he will play. I'm told backup Mario Rowson will start but that Tate is still expected to be available. The Maryland linebacker was listed as "doubtful" by the school.
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By Jeff Barker | October 7, 2011
To give you a look at Maryland and this week's opponent, Georgia Tech, I traded five question-and-answers with Ken Sugiura, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Georgia Tech beat writer. Here are Ken's responses to my Georgia Tech-themed questions.   1) Does Paul Johnson ever refer back to his Navy days? Can you even find crabs in Atlanta? He mentions his teams at Navy occasionally, usually, not surprisingly, in response to questions about his background or experiences in coaching.
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By Jeff Barker | October 7, 2011
To give you a look at Maryland and this week's opponent, Georgia Tech, I traded five question-and-answers with Ken Sugiura, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Georgia Tech beat writer. Here are Ken's responses to my Georgia Tech-themed questions.   1) Does Paul Johnson ever refer back to his Navy days? Can you even find crabs in Atlanta? He mentions his teams at Navy occasionally, usually, not surprisingly, in response to questions about his background or experiences in coaching.
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By Don Markus | October 4, 1990
Many people around College Park snickered when Bobby Ross took the head-coaching job at Georgia Tech in January 1987. He had been gone from Maryland a little more than a month and already had accepted a position as quarterbacks coach of the Buffalo Bills.The snickering became sniping when the Yellow Jackets went 2-9 in 1987, 3-8 in 1988 and lost their first three games last season. "Bobby Loss" was the name being whispered around the Atlanta campus.They are not snickering or sniping or even laughing at Ross anymore.
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By Bill Free | September 30, 1999
Tonight's gameMaryland (3-0) at No. 9 Georgia Tech (2-1)Site: Bobby Dodd Stadium, AtlantaTime: 8TV/Radio: ESPN/WNST (1570 AM), WTTR (1470 AM), WBAL (1090 AM, tape delay after Orioles-Yankees game)Outlook: Maryland's first-year offensive coordinator, Bob Heffner, faces the ultimate test tonight. He will try to figure out a way to outscore one of the most imaginative offenses in the country, led by quarterback and Heisman Trophy candidate Joe Hamilton. Heffner is matching wits with Tech's outstanding offensive coordinator, Ralph Friedgen, who was once the offensive coordinator for Bobby Ross and the San Diego Chargers in 1994 when they reached the Super Bowl.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | October 10, 2001
COLLEGE PARK - There's so much else to consider in tomorrow night's game between No. 22 Maryland and No. 15 Georgia Tech that it can seem silly to fixate on the history between Terps coach Ralph Friedgen and the Atlanta school that employed him for nine years. The players are trying to stay on top of the Atlantic Coast Conference. They're trying to break a losing streak of 33 straight games against ranked teams. They're trying to prove themselves in front of a national television audience.
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By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,Sun Reporter | October 8, 2006
ATLANTA -- The opportunity was there, the chance to prove that Maryland is capable of more than lackluster wins against unheralded nonconference opponents and mediocre finishes in the Atlantic Coast Conference. After leading 18th-ranked Georgia Tech for three quarters, though, it slipped out of the Terps' hands with a fumble, and was thrown away with an interception. In the end, Maryland reverted to its trademark mistakes and allowed the Yellow Jackets a 27-23 come-from-behind win yesterday at Bobby Dodd Stadium.
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By HEATHER A. DINICH | October 6, 2007
Matchup -- Georgia Tech (3-2, 1-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) @ Maryland (3-2, 0-1) Time -- Noon Site -- Byrd Stadium, College Park TV -- Raycom/Lincoln Financial Sports Radio -- 105.7 FM, 1300 AM Line -- Georgia Tech by 3 1/2 Series -- Georgia Tech leads 13-5 Last meeting -- Georgia Tech won, 27-23, on Oct. 7, 2006, at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta. Maryland offense vs. Georgia Tech defense -- Yellow Jackets linebacker Philip Wheeler ranks among the league leaders in sacks (4 1/2 )
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By Kamon Simpson and Kamon Simpson,Knight-Ridder | September 20, 1991
ATLANTA -- All week long, Scott Sisson had to answer questions about the kick that killed Virginia last season, a 37-yard field goal with seven seconds remaining that propelled Georgia Tech to a UPI national title with a 41-38 victory.Last night, with a little less than two minutes remaining in the rematch with the Cavaliers, Sisson's teammates were the ones reminding him of that kick. And they were telling him it was time for another."Right after Virginia kicked off to us for that last drive, it seemed like every guy on the team was coming up to me," Sisson said.
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By Don Markus | October 4, 1990
Many people around College Park snickered when Bobby Ross took the head-coaching job at Georgia Tech in January 1987. He had been gone from Maryland a little more than a month and already had accepted a position as quarterbacks coach of the Buffalo Bills.The snickering became sniping when the Yellow Jackets went 2-9 in 1987, 3-8 in 1988 and lost their first three games last season. "Bobby Loss" was the name being whispered around the Atlanta campus.They are not snickering or sniping or even laughing at Ross anymore.
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