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By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,SUN STAFF | August 16, 2005
Football isn't religion for Maryland quarterback Sam Hollenbach, but he can't seem to separate the two. After all, Hollenbach's faith in God is the reason he didn't transfer last year, and it's what he credits with transforming him from an unlikely backup to possibly the team's top quarterback this fall. Amid all of the pressure and media hype piled on the back of a Division I quarterback, Hollenbach said last week that he couldn't be more at peace. Even though there are two other quarterbacks pushing him every day at practice - including last year's starter - Hollenbach's emotions remain in check.
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By RAY FRAGER | November 10, 2006
When Miami plays Maryland tomorrow, less than a week after the murder of Hurricanes defensive lineman Bryan Pata, the hurt won't be on just the Miami side. Ray Bentley, the analyst calling the game for ABC, said the players on both teams - on all teams, really - have a connection. "Football is a big fraternity," said Bentley, a former NFL linebacker who works with play-by-play man Dave LaMont. "It's a brotherhood. When we lose someone, we all hurt." Still, Bentley agreed with the decision to go ahead with the game.
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September 10, 2006
Maryland 24, Middle Tennessee State 10 / / Terps quarterback Sam Hollenbach (left) surpasses the 3,000-yard passing mark for his career. PG 6E Navy 21, Massachusetts 20 / / The Mids hold the Division I-AA Minutemen to 80 yards in the second half to survive. PG 7E No. 9 Florida State 24, Troy 17 / / The Seminoles score two touchdowns in the final 6:12 to avoid a potentially embarrassing upset. PG 5E Coverage, PGS 5-8E
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By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,Sun reporter | October 14, 2006
College Park -- Maryland quarterback Sam Hollenbach wore a faded blue Gator Bowl hat around the football building before practice Tuesday, a fitting reminder of just how long it's been since the Terps have tasted true success, and who is left on the roster to remember it. Hollenbach was a redshirt freshman in 2003 and has yet to play in a bowl game, let alone contribute to the kind of win that can change a season. Like most of his teammates, Hollenbach has instead watched several upsets roll off his fingertips the past two seasons, and witnessed the most costly errors unfold at the most inopportune times.
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By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,Sun reporter | October 14, 2006
College Park -- Maryland quarterback Sam Hollenbach wore a faded blue Gator Bowl hat around the football building before practice Tuesday, a fitting reminder of just how long it's been since the Terps have tasted true success, and who is left on the roster to remember it. Hollenbach was a redshirt freshman in 2003 and has yet to play in a bowl game, let alone contribute to the kind of win that can change a season. Like most of his teammates, Hollenbach has instead watched several upsets roll off his fingertips the past two seasons, and witnessed the most costly errors unfold at the most inopportune times.
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By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,SUN STAFF | August 21, 2005
COLLEGE PARK - Few questions were answered in Maryland's closed scrimmage yesterday afternoon at Byrd Stadium, but coach Ralph Friedgen left no doubt that Sam Hollenbach will be the Terps' starting quarterback in the season opener Sept. 3 against Navy. "Oh, yeah," Friedgen said. "There's no question in my mind." Hollenbach was 10-for-13 for 170 yards and three touchdowns, including a 7-yard slant pass on third down that freshman Darrius Heyward-Bey (McDonogh) turned into a 65-yard touchdown.
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By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,Sun reporter | August 28, 2006
College Park -- Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen was able to pinpoint the moment he recognized a major disparity between his program and one of the nation's perennial powers. It was his first season, and the first quarter of the Orange Bowl, where the Terps met Florida. Season opener William and Mary@Maryland, Saturday, 6 p.m.; 105.7 FM, 1300 AM FIVE QUESTIONS Will the Terps get back to a bowl? The schedule is unforgiving, so they're going to have to win one they're not supposed to - meaning steal one from Clemson, Miami, Boston College or Florida State.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | September 4, 2005
Occasionally last year, in the middle of a frustrating, disappointing season, coach Ralph Friedgen's phone would ring. On the other end of the line would be Jeff Hollenbach, the head football coach at Pennridge High School in Sellersville, Pa., and the father of Maryland's fourth-string quarterback, Sam Hollenbach. The calls always were cordial and polite - unlike some of Friedgen's discussions with other parents - but Jeff Hollenbach wasn't shy about asking direct questions, including some that required blunt answers.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | November 29, 2004
COLLEGE PARK - Ralph Friedgen didn't spend much time yesterday reflecting on or analyzing what went wrong for Maryland during the 2004 season. Whatever happened, it was in the past, and instead of reliving four months of frustration, he preferred to look ahead. "I'm pretty focused right now," Friedgen said. Much of Friedgen's focus over the next eight months will be deciding on Maryland's quarterback for 2005, a situation that is, in some respects, just as muddled now as it was a year ago. Friedgen said that there will be no clear-cut leader going into spring drills, and that Jordan Steffy, Sam Hollenbach and Joel Statham will all have plenty to prove if they want to win the job outright.
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By HEATHER A. DINICH and HEATHER A. DINICH,SUN REPORTER | April 20, 2006
College Park -- The red golf cart usually occupied by Maryland football coach Ralph Friedgen has been parked and empty at spring football practices, evidence of the coaching change that has occurred. Friedgen can no longer use the cart to zip from squad to squad, barking orders at his players during drills. Somebody has to coach the quarterbacks. The unexpected departure of offensive coordinator Charlie Taaffe less than two months before spring practices began left Friedgen with little time to hire a replacement.
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September 10, 2006
Maryland 24, Middle Tennessee State 10 / / Terps quarterback Sam Hollenbach (left) surpasses the 3,000-yard passing mark for his career. PG 6E Navy 21, Massachusetts 20 / / The Mids hold the Division I-AA Minutemen to 80 yards in the second half to survive. PG 7E No. 9 Florida State 24, Troy 17 / / The Seminoles score two touchdowns in the final 6:12 to avoid a potentially embarrassing upset. PG 5E Coverage, PGS 5-8E
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By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,Sun reporter | August 28, 2006
College Park -- Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen was able to pinpoint the moment he recognized a major disparity between his program and one of the nation's perennial powers. It was his first season, and the first quarter of the Orange Bowl, where the Terps met Florida. Season opener William and Mary@Maryland, Saturday, 6 p.m.; 105.7 FM, 1300 AM FIVE QUESTIONS Will the Terps get back to a bowl? The schedule is unforgiving, so they're going to have to win one they're not supposed to - meaning steal one from Clemson, Miami, Boston College or Florida State.
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By HEATHER A. DINICH and HEATHER A. DINICH,SUN REPORTER | April 20, 2006
College Park -- The red golf cart usually occupied by Maryland football coach Ralph Friedgen has been parked and empty at spring football practices, evidence of the coaching change that has occurred. Friedgen can no longer use the cart to zip from squad to squad, barking orders at his players during drills. Somebody has to coach the quarterbacks. The unexpected departure of offensive coordinator Charlie Taaffe less than two months before spring practices began left Friedgen with little time to hire a replacement.
NEWS
November 20, 2005
WORLD Germans say claims were hyped German intelligence officials responsible for one of the most important informants on Iraq's suspected weapons of mass destruction say that the Bush administration and the CIA repeatedly exaggerated his claims during the run-up to the Iraq war. pg 1a Bush arrives in China Fresh from another vigorous defense of the Iraq war, President Bush arrived in China yesterday to defuse a host of tensions, even as many in...
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | September 4, 2005
Occasionally last year, in the middle of a frustrating, disappointing season, coach Ralph Friedgen's phone would ring. On the other end of the line would be Jeff Hollenbach, the head football coach at Pennridge High School in Sellersville, Pa., and the father of Maryland's fourth-string quarterback, Sam Hollenbach. The calls always were cordial and polite - unlike some of Friedgen's discussions with other parents - but Jeff Hollenbach wasn't shy about asking direct questions, including some that required blunt answers.
SPORTS
By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,SUN STAFF | August 21, 2005
COLLEGE PARK - Few questions were answered in Maryland's closed scrimmage yesterday afternoon at Byrd Stadium, but coach Ralph Friedgen left no doubt that Sam Hollenbach will be the Terps' starting quarterback in the season opener Sept. 3 against Navy. "Oh, yeah," Friedgen said. "There's no question in my mind." Hollenbach was 10-for-13 for 170 yards and three touchdowns, including a 7-yard slant pass on third down that freshman Darrius Heyward-Bey (McDonogh) turned into a 65-yard touchdown.
SPORTS
By RAY FRAGER | November 10, 2006
When Miami plays Maryland tomorrow, less than a week after the murder of Hurricanes defensive lineman Bryan Pata, the hurt won't be on just the Miami side. Ray Bentley, the analyst calling the game for ABC, said the players on both teams - on all teams, really - have a connection. "Football is a big fraternity," said Bentley, a former NFL linebacker who works with play-by-play man Dave LaMont. "It's a brotherhood. When we lose someone, we all hurt." Still, Bentley agreed with the decision to go ahead with the game.
NEWS
November 20, 2005
WORLD Germans say claims were hyped German intelligence officials responsible for one of the most important informants on Iraq's suspected weapons of mass destruction say that the Bush administration and the CIA repeatedly exaggerated his claims during the run-up to the Iraq war. pg 1a Bush arrives in China Fresh from another vigorous defense of the Iraq war, President Bush arrived in China yesterday to defuse a host of tensions, even as many in...
SPORTS
By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,SUN STAFF | August 16, 2005
Football isn't religion for Maryland quarterback Sam Hollenbach, but he can't seem to separate the two. After all, Hollenbach's faith in God is the reason he didn't transfer last year, and it's what he credits with transforming him from an unlikely backup to possibly the team's top quarterback this fall. Amid all of the pressure and media hype piled on the back of a Division I quarterback, Hollenbach said last week that he couldn't be more at peace. Even though there are two other quarterbacks pushing him every day at practice - including last year's starter - Hollenbach's emotions remain in check.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | November 29, 2004
COLLEGE PARK - Ralph Friedgen didn't spend much time yesterday reflecting on or analyzing what went wrong for Maryland during the 2004 season. Whatever happened, it was in the past, and instead of reliving four months of frustration, he preferred to look ahead. "I'm pretty focused right now," Friedgen said. Much of Friedgen's focus over the next eight months will be deciding on Maryland's quarterback for 2005, a situation that is, in some respects, just as muddled now as it was a year ago. Friedgen said that there will be no clear-cut leader going into spring drills, and that Jordan Steffy, Sam Hollenbach and Joel Statham will all have plenty to prove if they want to win the job outright.
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