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October 10, 1994
MARYLAND (2-3) This Saturday: At North Carolina, Kenan Stadium, Chapel Hill, 1:30 p.m.Previous game: Maryland was idle. North Carolina defeated Georgia Tech, 31-24.NAVY (0-5) This Saturday: Lafayette, Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, 1:30 p.m.Previous game: The Midshipmen lost to Air Force, 43-21. Navy has lost 10 straight. Lafayette lost to Dartmouth, 27-15.Key statistics: Air Force gained 276 yards rushing, and Navy was limited to minus-6 yards on the ground. The Falcons scored 37 consecutive points to take a 43-7 lead late in the third quarter.
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November 7, 1994
MARYLAND (4-5)This Saturday: at Virginia, Scott Stadium, Charlottesville, Va., 1 p.m.Previous game: N.C. State beat the Terps, 47-45, on a 35-yard field goal by Steve Videtich with six seconds left, the eighth lead change in one of the wildest games ever played at Byrd Stadium. Following Scott Milanovich's fifth touchdown pass with 2:19 to go, Maryland was on the verge of its first three-game win streak in eight years. Virginia lost, 28-25, at Duke and dropped eight spots in the AP rankings to No. 21.Key statistics:The 45 points were the most Maryland has ever scored in a loss.
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SPORTS
November 7, 1994
MARYLAND (4-5)This Saturday: at Virginia, Scott Stadium, Charlottesville, Va., 1 p.m.Previous game: N.C. State beat the Terps, 47-45, on a 35-yard field goal by Steve Videtich with six seconds left, the eighth lead change in one of the wildest games ever played at Byrd Stadium. Following Scott Milanovich's fifth touchdown pass with 2:19 to go, Maryland was on the verge of its first three-game win streak in eight years. Virginia lost, 28-25, at Duke and dropped eight spots in the AP rankings to No. 21.Key statistics:The 45 points were the most Maryland has ever scored in a loss.
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October 24, 1994
MARYLAND (3-4)This Saturday: Tulane, Byrd Stadium, College Park, 1:30 p.m.Previous game: The Terps broke open a close game with two interception-fueled touchdowns within a span of 2:05 early in the fourth quarter for a 42-27 victory over Georgia Tech. On the season, Maryland had been outscored 90-34 in the second half. After a Yellow Jackets touchdown and conversion pass tied the score at 14, the Terps answered with three straight touchdowns. Tulane was routed by Mississippi State, 66-22.
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