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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | September 28, 1992
Maryland senior starting quarterback John Kaleo will have his right knee examined by team physician Stan Lavine today.Kaleo, 6 feet and 195 pounds, injured his knee with 8:07 left in the third quarter of Saturday's 49-13 loss to Penn State in Beaver Stadium. Kaleo's foot got caught in the turf after he was hit by a Penn State defender while attempting to pass.The injury initially was diagnosed as a sprain. Kaleo still had a slight limp yesterday. X-rays were taken at the campus health center yesterday afternoon.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Reporter | September 13, 2006
A renowned sailor and ESPN commentator, a former Maryland quarterback turned pro, a major league baseball trainer and a now-deceased NCAA football official will be inducted Oct. 18 into the Anne Arundel County Sports Hall of Fame. The quartet of Gary Jobson, John Kaleo, Jamie Reed and Joe DiRenzo Jr., whose names were to be announced today, will be the 16th annual class of local sports standouts to be honored. The banquet will take place at Michael's Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie. The group, chosen by a volunteer committee from a list of about 10 nominees, brings the total number of inductees to 75. Jobson rose to fame when he was the tactician and Ted Turner the skipper as Courageous won the America's Cup in 1987.
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By Phil Jackman | November 16, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- It's unfortunate for the strapped Maryland football program that the people who doubted John Kaleo's ability to function as a top-flight quarterback didn't show up at the games. Byrd Stadium would have been SRO all season.In lieu of the ringmaster of the Terps flying circus doing anything more than flashing a knowing smile after another memorable performance Saturday, I'll say it: "So there!"Good thing the senior junior college transfer from Davidsonville isn't the vindictive type.
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By KEN ROSENTHAL | September 25, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- All right, now it's Scott Milanovich's turn. Start him next week against Clemson, and bring Kevin Foley off the bench.Maryland is 2-0 shuffling quarterbacks, and coach Mark Duffner isn't about to tinker with success. But he needs to proceed with caution, especially with his team on the verge of a breakthrough.Foley started in yesterday's 31-7 victory over Wake Forest, but he didn't outplay Milanovich. Clearly, Duffner has snapped Milanovich to attention. Now, he should tell him, "At ease."
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | April 26, 1992
The University of Maryland quarterback derby has turned into a two-man race.The Terps concluded their spring practice with a one-hour scrimmage and Duffner said junior John Kaleo and true freshman Scott Milanovich are the top candidates for the starting quarterback job in Duffner's run-and-shoot offense when preseason camp opens in August. Redshirt freshman Tony Scarpino is a distant third.Spring practice began with six quarterbacks competing for the No. 1 role. Since then, freshman Greg Lister has quit, and Kaleo and Milanovich have beaten out the others.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | September 29, 1992
Maryland quarterback John Kaleo might be able to play Saturday against Pitt after all.The senior starter's right knee, hurt in the third quarter of the loss to Penn State Saturday, was examined yesterday by team physician Dr. Stan Lavine. Lavine told Kaleo to take it easy today, that he would be on a day-to-day basis and that he should be ready to play Saturday. If he can't, the No. 2, redshirt freshman Scott Milanovich, will.Kaleo, who said he is still having some minor discomfort but has been jogging without pain, said he definitely will play.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | October 17, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- For the first time since John Kaleo began directing Maryland's run-and-shoot offense, the kid threw in a clinker last weekend against Georgia Tech.Kaleo went 20-for-41 for 264 yards but had four interceptions."I knew I had a bad game," he said. "In my position, that's going to happen. I was making poor decisions, throwing interceptions when I should have eaten the ball."But you just have to eliminate stupid decision-making, put it in the past and go on. I didn't do my part in the last game and I have to do it for us to be successful.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | August 25, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- Will John Kaleo start at quarterback for Maryland in the season opener against Virginia on Sept. 5, or will it be Scott Milanovich?The decision may be announced Friday after the team holds two more scrimmages, one today and another Thursday. Both will be closed to the public and the media."I'm pleased with all three of our quarterbacks' progress," said Mark Duffner, Maryland's first-year coach who also included 6-foot-4, 213-pound sophomore Tony Scarpino, from Monroeville, Pa., in the derby.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | October 25, 1992
DURHAM, N.C. -- Maryland was down by four points on its 11-yard line with no timeouts and 24 seconds left. That's when Terps wide receiver Marcus Badgett walked into the huddle and winked at quarterback John Kaleo. Maryland had Duke just where it wanted the Blue Devils."We practice these type of plays at the end of practice every week," Kaleo said."If you don't have confidence, run two running plays, catch the bus and go back to College Park as a loser. You just gotta believe."Oh, miracles still do exist.
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By Mike Preston | September 20, 1991
Injured Maryland quarterback Jim Sandwisch will not start tomorrow's game against West Virginia at Byrd Stadium, two sources on the football team said yesterday.Neither Maryland coach Joe Krivak nor Sandwisch would comment yesterday, as Sandwisch practiced only lightly, and the Terps concluded their heavy workouts for the week.Sandwisch, a 6-foot-3, 190-pound senior who has completed 29 of 49 passes for 212 yards but has thrown two interceptions, threw a couple of passes yesterday.Junior John Kaleo, a 5-11, 190-pound All-American from Montgomery College-Rockville, will start in Sandwisch's place.
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By Tim Leonard and Tim Leonard,Contributing Writer | August 6, 1993
ALBANY, N.Y. -- A few minutes after the Albany Firebirds had beaten the Cincinnati Rockers, 50-9, three players gathered in the trainer's room at Knickerbocker Arena, joined hands and began to sing their fight song, the one that ends, "M-A-R-Y-L-A-N-D, Maryland will win."It wasn't an immediate hit with their teammates.The protestations grew loud well before the trio of Terrapins had finished the refrain.Mitch Suplee, John Kaleo and Marcus Badgett aren't at the University of Maryland anymore, though some of their teammates on the Arena Football League team probably had heard the song before.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | April 17, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- Don't look for any quarterback controversy at Maryland.Scott Milanovich pushed John Kaleo for the job last August. It was nearly his name linked to the dozens of records established by the run-and-shoot offense that was installed by then first-year coach Mark Duffner.With Kaleo's eligibility finished, Milanovich came into spring practice No. 1 on the depth chart, and nothing has changed during the past four weeks. He'll get the first look when spring practice concludes today (1 p.m.)
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By Phil Jackman | November 16, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- It's unfortunate for the strapped Maryland football program that the people who doubted John Kaleo's ability to function as a top-flight quarterback didn't show up at the games. Byrd Stadium would have been SRO all season.In lieu of the ringmaster of the Terps flying circus doing anything more than flashing a knowing smile after another memorable performance Saturday, I'll say it: "So there!"Good thing the senior junior college transfer from Davidsonville isn't the vindictive type.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | November 15, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- Marcus Badgett was still a little stunned after Maryland's 53-23 win over Clemson yesterday at Byrd Stadium.Badgett, a senior receiver, had nine receptions for 184 yards, including touchdown passes of 38 and 15 yards.Badgett set an Atlantic Coast Conference record for receptions in a season with 75 and yards receiving in a season with 1,230. His nine touchdown receptions in a season is a Maryland record."You just sit back and think about it," said Badgett, who was a seldom-used receiver until coach Mark Duffner brought his run-and-shoot offense to Maryland.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | October 25, 1992
DURHAM, N.C. -- Maryland was down by four points on its 11-yard line with no timeouts and 24 seconds left. That's when Terps wide receiver Marcus Badgett walked into the huddle and winked at quarterback John Kaleo. Maryland had Duke just where it wanted the Blue Devils."We practice these type of plays at the end of practice every week," Kaleo said."If you don't have confidence, run two running plays, catch the bus and go back to College Park as a loser. You just gotta believe."Oh, miracles still do exist.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | October 17, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- For the first time since John Kaleo began directing Maryland's run-and-shoot offense, the kid threw in a clinker last weekend against Georgia Tech.Kaleo went 20-for-41 for 264 yards but had four interceptions."I knew I had a bad game," he said. "In my position, that's going to happen. I was making poor decisions, throwing interceptions when I should have eaten the ball."But you just have to eliminate stupid decision-making, put it in the past and go on. I didn't do my part in the last game and I have to do it for us to be successful.
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By Susan Reimer | December 13, 1990
Montgomery College-Rockville quarterback John Kaleo, the National Junior College Player of the Year, said yesterday that he has made an oral commitment to attend the University of Maryland."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | September 17, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- This isn't a budding quarterback controversy developing at Maryland. It's simply a matter of Jim Sandwisch's health.There is nothing Sandwisch and coach Joe Krivak would like better than for the senior quarter-back to start against West Virginia here Saturday. Whether he will be able to depends not on anything John Kaleo, the No. 2, does or doesn't do in practice but solely on Sandwisch himself.The fifth-year senior from Great Mills in southern Maryland didn't practice yesterday because of a 100-degree fever and a throat infection.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | October 11, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- It's midseason now, but the same problems that hurt Maryland earlier this year recurred yesterday.That win against Pittsburgh was only a one-week reprieve. Maryland was hurt by four interceptions, an inconsistent offense, some bad luck, a few big plays and a questionable coaching decision in a 28-26 loss to No. 17 Georgia Tech before 26,250 at Byrd Stadium."Maybe we should become an Irish school. We could sure use a little luck," said Maryland quarterback John Kaleo.Maryland (1-5 overall, 0-3 Atlantic Coast Conference)
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | October 11, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- For a while, Raphael Wall looked like his old self. He darted. He dodged. He accelerated.He looked real good.Wall, a sophomore from Wilde Lake High, rushed for 48 yards o10 carries in Maryland's 28-26 loss to Georgia Tech yesterday.Wall was expected to play safety this season, but was moveback to running back this week after injuries to starter Mark Mason and No. 2 Larry Washington.Wall rushed for more than 2,000 yards in his senior season at Wilde Lake."I got in a little groove there, feeling a little like my old self," saiWall.
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