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October 14, 1994
Maryland coach Mark Duffner is expected to name a starting quarterback today for tomorrow's game at North Carolina. Earlier this week, Duffner said he would name a starter yesterday, but it came and went with the Terps' coaching staff still debating the merits of Kevin Foley and Scott Milanovich.Milanovich came into this season off a stellar sophomore year, but lost the starting job when Foley led Maryland to victory at West Virginia Sept. 17.@
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | September 26, 1995
BOSTON -- Thursday night, when Kevin Foley kicks back in his dorm room at Boston University to watch the Maryland-Georgia Tech game on ESPN, he'll envision the following fantasy:It is July 19, and Foley is still at Maryland. Scott Milanovich, faced with a four-game gambling suspension, concedes the quarterback job to Foley and decides to apply for the NFL's supplemental draft. Foley, not Brian Cummings, leads the Terps to a 4-0 start and a No. 17 national ranking. There is no quarterback controversy in College Park, no guessing game regarding coach Mark Duffner's decision on who will start against Georgia Tech.
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By Mike Preston | January 30, 1992
Despite a late start, the University of Maryland has received oral commitments from more than half of its expected 1992 football recruiting class. The early-period signing date begins Feb. 5.Nearly a week ago, new Maryland coach Mark Duffner said he expected to sign 15 players; as of yesterday, he had commitments from eight.Duffner, who had said he would focus on offensive linemen, has received commitments from three, including Erik Greenstein (6 feet 2, 265 pounds) from Andover (Mass.) High; Matt Davenport (6-4, 265)
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October 14, 1994
Maryland coach Mark Duffner is expected to name a starting quarterback today for tomorrow's game at North Carolina. Earlier this week, Duffner said he would name a starter yesterday, but it came and went with the Terps' coaching staff still debating the merits of Kevin Foley and Scott Milanovich.Milanovich came into this season off a stellar sophomore year, but lost the starting job when Foley led Maryland to victory at West Virginia Sept. 17.@
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | September 26, 1995
BOSTON -- Thursday night, when Kevin Foley kicks back in his dorm room at Boston University to watch the Maryland-Georgia Tech game on ESPN, he'll envision the following fantasy:It is July 19, and Foley is still at Maryland. Scott Milanovich, faced with a four-game gambling suspension, concedes the quarterback job to Foley and decides to apply for the NFL's supplemental draft. Foley, not Brian Cummings, leads the Terps to a 4-0 start and a No. 17 national ranking. There is no quarterback controversy in College Park, no guessing game regarding coach Mark Duffner's decision on who will start against Georgia Tech.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | October 15, 1994
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Scott Milanovich is once again Maryland's starting quarterback, and the Terps hope the sight of Kenan Stadium brings him out of the doldrums.In his second college start, Milanovich kept Maryland in a 59-42 shootout loss at North Carolina last year, as he set a Terps record with 34 completions and tied another with five touchdown passes. It was the first of five 400-yard games for Milanovich and helped lead to a Maryland single-season passing record of 3,499 yards.L Milanovich's junior season hasn't been nearly as productive.
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November 8, 1993
MARYLAND (1-8)This Saturday: at North Carolina State, Carter-Finley Stadium, Raleigh, N.C., 12:10 p.m.Previous game: The Terps hung with No. 1 Florida State for 33 minutes, but the Seminoles scored the game's final three touchdowns and cruised to a 49-20 victory at Byrd Stadium. Florida State won its 16th straight game, an Atlantic Coast Conference record, and clinched its second ACC title in as many seasons. Maryland dropped into a tie for last with Wake Forest in the ACC. . . . North Carolina State (6-3)
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By Knight-Ridder Newspapers | November 2, 1993
KEY WEST, Fla. -- Like some tales of love gone astray, the short romance of Rocky and Canella ended in court.Rocky, a Chihuahua, somehow managed to impregnate Canella, a Rottweiler, very much against the wishes of Canella's owner, Kevin Foley of Key Largo.So Mr. Foley sued Rocky's owner, Dayami Diaz. Last week, Monroe County Judge Reagan Ptomey ordered Mr. Diaz to pay Mr. Foley $2,567.50.According to Judge Ptomey's two-page order, this is what happened:Canella was in heat, and Mr. Foley planned to breed her "to an acceptable male so that a litter might be sold."
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By Bill Free | December 18, 1997
Patrick Davis will need only a simple bandage after back surgery yesterday. That could mean an unusually fast recovery from a herniated disk for the Loyola College basketball player.Davis, a junior backup center, is expected to be playing as soon as early January after undergoing microendoscopic disectomy at St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson."Basically, it's a Band-Aid disk surgery, since the only post-operative dressing is a Band-Aid," said Dr. Kevin Foley, who pioneered endoscopy, in which surgeons make small incisions and then insert pencil-sized hollow tubes through which they insert tiny surgical instruments and camera lenses.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | September 28, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- Maryland has won both games in which Kevin Foley attempted more passes than Scott Milanovich. Coach Mark Duffner isn't going to mess with a good thing, so Foley will get his second start Saturday at Clemson, where the Terps can move above .500 this late in the season for the first time since 1990."
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By Mike Preston | January 30, 1992
Despite a late start, the University of Maryland has received oral commitments from more than half of its expected 1992 football recruiting class. The early-period signing date begins Feb. 5.Nearly a week ago, new Maryland coach Mark Duffner said he expected to sign 15 players; as of yesterday, he had commitments from eight.Duffner, who had said he would focus on offensive linemen, has received commitments from three, including Erik Greenstein (6 feet 2, 265 pounds) from Andover (Mass.) High; Matt Davenport (6-4, 265)
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By Mike Preston | February 1, 1992
The University of Maryland, in its first recruiting campaign through Florida, has received two more oral commitments. Brent Schrode, a 6-foot-7, 245-pound offensive lineman, and Dee Reed, a 6-2, 210-pound quarterback, have said they will attend Maryland.Schrode, from Apopka High in Orange County, was recruited by Michigan State and Georgia Tech. Reed, from Pasco County High in Dade City, threw for more than 1,400 yards last season. Reed also could be moved to another position because of his versatility.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | September 21, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- Two days before Maryland played its opener this year, Terps quarterback Kevin Foley wondered out loud what would have happened if he had gone to one of the four Big East Conference teams that recruited him.Foley figured he would start at West Virginia or Syracuse this season. He knew he could do the job at Miami and at Boston College, where he would have replaced his brother Glenn. Fact is, Foley thought he would start just about anywhere except Maryland. His primary role with the Terps would be as a backup until 1996, when Scott Milanovich would finally be in the NFL.Forget the status quo. Coach Mark Duffner has. Last weekend at West Virginia, Milanovich turned in another ineffective performance and Foley came in and rallied Maryland to its first September victory since Duffner arrived in 1992, and the redshirt sophomore will get his first start Saturday against Wake Forest at Byrd Stadium.
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