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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | December 8, 1994
There's a possibility that Scott Milanovich, the junior quarterback who needed just 20 starts to set Maryland career records for completions and touchdown passes, has thrown his last pass as a Terp.A year-by-year look at Terps quarterback Scott Milanovich:Season ...... C .... A .... Yds .. TD1992 ....... 17 ... 30 .... 232 ... 11993 ...... 279 .. 431 ... 3499 .. 261994 ...... 229 .. 333 ... 2394 .. 20Totals .... 525 .. 794 ... 6125 .. 47
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By Everett Cook, The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2012
It never would have occurred to Jim Barker that on the day he began coaching in a league meant to combine the antics of professional wrestling with football, he would meet a man he'd later hire as his own replacement. It was about 9:30 p.m., and Barker had just finished one of his first meetings as offensive coordinator for the Los Angeles Xtreme of the XFL, a league started by World Wrestling Entertainment owner Vince McMahon. Barker walked out of the meeting room and was immediately greeted by Scott Milanovich, a former Maryland star, and Tommy Maddox.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | October 2, 1995
Because of an editing error, the status of the University of Maryland's quarterbacks was unclear in yesterday's editions. Coach Mark Duffner said it was not likely that he will alternate Scott Milanovich and Brian Cummings.The Sun regrets the error.Scott Milanovich is still Maryland's man at quarterback, despite last week's inauspicious return.Coach Mark Duffner said last night that Milanovich will start again Saturday, when the Terps play an Atlantic Coast Conference game at Wake Forest.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | November 30, 2010
One year after a 2-10 season almost cost him his job, Maryland's Ralph Friedgen was named Atlantic Coast Conference football Coach of the Year -- an honor that he says provided him "vindication" for standing by his staff and players in trying times. Friedgen, in his 10th season, got 29 votes, outpolling his close friend Frank Beamer (19 votes) of Virginia Tech. Tom O'Brien of North Carolina State and Florida State's Jimbo Fisher got six votes each from the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association.
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July 7, 2003
Moves Baseball ASTROS: Activated P Roy Oswalt from 15-day DL. Optioned P Brandon Puffer to Triple-A New Orleans. BREWERS: Assigned P John Foster to Triple-A Indianapolis. Recalled P Glendon Rusch from Indianapolis. DEVIL RAYS: Optioned OF Jason Tyner to Triple-A Durham. Recalled P Bobby Seay from Durham. DODGERS: Placed 1B Fred McGriff on 15-day DL, retroactive to July 5, with strained abductor muscle. Recalled P Steve Colyer from Triple-A Las Vegas. GIANTS: Purchased contract of C Alberto Castillo from Triple-A Fresno.
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May 25, 1999
BaseballBlue Jays: Placed SS Alex Gonzalez on 15-day DL, retroactive to May 17. Activated P Joey Hamilton from 15-day DL.Brewers: Optioned P Steve Falteisek to Triple-A Louisville.Devil Rays: Activated P Julio Santana from 15-day DL. Optioned P Alan Newman to Double-A Durham. Loaned OF Brooks Kieschnick to Triple-A Edmonton.Phillies: Placed P Jeff Brantley on 15-day DL. Recalled P Steve Montgomery from Triple-A Scranton-Wilkes-Barre.Royals: Recalled P Orber Moreno from Triple-A Omaha.Twins: Placed P Eddie Guardado on 15-day DL, retroactive to May 22. Purchased contract of P Rob Radlosky from Triple-A Salt Lake.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | July 24, 1995
PINEHURST, N.C. -- "I'm glad it ain't me."The subject was scrutiny at the Atlantic Coast Conference Football Kickoff media event, and Florida State coach Bobby Bowden was remarking on how nice it was that the hard questions were being aimed at Mark Duffner instead of him.A year ago, the cause celebre in all of college football was the revelation that several Florida State players had received gifts from agents. The gambling suspensions at Maryland haven't received as much national attention as the Seminoles faced last year, but Bowden couldn't help but notice them.
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April 22, 1996
Jermaine Lewis, WRRound: 5th, 153rd pick overallSize: 5 feet 7, 172 poundsSchool: MarylandHometown: Lanham, Md.Statistics: Owns Atlantic Coast Conference record with 193 career receptions; finished third in ACC history with 2,932 receiving yards and set a school record with 21 career TD receptions. Averaged 24 yards per kickoff return and 12 yards per punt return in career.Quote: "He could possibly be our fifth receiver, but we got him for his return skills. We think he's an outstanding returner in both [kickoff and punt]
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August 22, 2000
NFL transactions Bills: Released QB Phil Stambaugh, P Jason Van Dyke, K Jon Hilbert, DB Askari Adams, DB David Byrd, DB Quincy Coleman, FB Phillip Crosby, WR Scott Pingel, WR Corey Sullivan, TE John Jennings, C Spencer Riley, G Mike Tosaw, LB Keith Kelsey and DT Nathaniel Williams. Broncos: Released FB Ryan Christopherson, DL Jerome Davis, DL Nathan Davis, G Allen DeGraffenreid and CB William Hampton. Placed WR Muneer Moore on IR. Browns: Released WR Zola Davis, WR Dwaune Jones, RB Greg Robinette and OL Manuia Savea.
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By Doug Brown | February 7, 1991
MARYLANDQuarterbacks* John Kaleo -- 6-1, 180, Bowie High, Montgomer College-Rockville . . . 1990 National Junior College Player of the Year . . . Completed 61 percent of his passes for 2,963 yards (first among nation's JC QBs) and 32 TDs to lead Montgomery to national JUCO championship game where it lost to Coffeyville of Kansas and finished 10-1 . . . Only nine interceptions in 304 attempts . . . Chose Maryland over Clemson, North Carolina and Hawaii . . . Has two years of eligibility left.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | November 27, 2010
COLLEGE PARK - It took most of the season, but Maryland finally found what it was searching for on a cold, gusty Senior Night at Byrd Stadium. Maryland's 38-31 win over No. 21 N.C. State in the last regular-season game gave the Terps (8-4, 5-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) a long-awaited signature win against a ranked team. It allowed them to feel that their turnaround season was more complete and to hope that they may now be propelled into a desirable bowl game. Saving its best for last, Maryland - which had trailed by two touchdowns early - scored 24 unanswered points, denying the Wolfpack a berth in the ACC championship game.
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July 7, 2003
Moves Baseball ASTROS: Activated P Roy Oswalt from 15-day DL. Optioned P Brandon Puffer to Triple-A New Orleans. BREWERS: Assigned P John Foster to Triple-A Indianapolis. Recalled P Glendon Rusch from Indianapolis. DEVIL RAYS: Optioned OF Jason Tyner to Triple-A Durham. Recalled P Bobby Seay from Durham. DODGERS: Placed 1B Fred McGriff on 15-day DL, retroactive to July 5, with strained abductor muscle. Recalled P Steve Colyer from Triple-A Las Vegas. GIANTS: Purchased contract of C Alberto Castillo from Triple-A Fresno.
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August 22, 2000
NFL transactions Bills: Released QB Phil Stambaugh, P Jason Van Dyke, K Jon Hilbert, DB Askari Adams, DB David Byrd, DB Quincy Coleman, FB Phillip Crosby, WR Scott Pingel, WR Corey Sullivan, TE John Jennings, C Spencer Riley, G Mike Tosaw, LB Keith Kelsey and DT Nathaniel Williams. Broncos: Released FB Ryan Christopherson, DL Jerome Davis, DL Nathan Davis, G Allen DeGraffenreid and CB William Hampton. Placed WR Muneer Moore on IR. Browns: Released WR Zola Davis, WR Dwaune Jones, RB Greg Robinette and OL Manuia Savea.
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May 25, 1999
BaseballBlue Jays: Placed SS Alex Gonzalez on 15-day DL, retroactive to May 17. Activated P Joey Hamilton from 15-day DL.Brewers: Optioned P Steve Falteisek to Triple-A Louisville.Devil Rays: Activated P Julio Santana from 15-day DL. Optioned P Alan Newman to Double-A Durham. Loaned OF Brooks Kieschnick to Triple-A Edmonton.Phillies: Placed P Jeff Brantley on 15-day DL. Recalled P Steve Montgomery from Triple-A Scranton-Wilkes-Barre.Royals: Recalled P Orber Moreno from Triple-A Omaha.Twins: Placed P Eddie Guardado on 15-day DL, retroactive to May 22. Purchased contract of P Rob Radlosky from Triple-A Salt Lake.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | October 11, 1996
It's not a passing attack at North County. It's a machine.Quarterback Mike Evans is behind the wheel of the "Ferndale Fury," quite possibly the most prolific passing machine in Anne Arundel County and maybe metro area history.Evans is on a course to smash most of the major state passing records with a fleet of receivers who might be the best as a group to ever play in the county.When he drops back or sprints out to pass in the second-ranked Knights' run-and-shoot offense, Evans has several options.
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April 22, 1996
Jermaine Lewis, WRRound: 5th, 153rd pick overallSize: 5 feet 7, 172 poundsSchool: MarylandHometown: Lanham, Md.Statistics: Owns Atlantic Coast Conference record with 193 career receptions; finished third in ACC history with 2,932 receiving yards and set a school record with 21 career TD receptions. Averaged 24 yards per kickoff return and 12 yards per punt return in career.Quote: "He could possibly be our fifth receiver, but we got him for his return skills. We think he's an outstanding returner in both [kickoff and punt]
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun Staff Writer | August 14, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- Maryland football players have high expectations for the 1994 season, but perhaps no one's are higher than junior quarterback Scott Milanovich's."
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | September 20, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- Maryland threw everything it had at West Virginia Saturday night -- including 54 passes by Scott Milanovich -- but it wasn't enough.The Mountaineers escaped Byrd Stadium with a 42-37 victory, but it wasn't secured until they recovered a Maryland onside kick with 2:40 remaining and ran out the clock.It was the second onside kick attempted by the Terps (0-3), who in addition to their no-huddle, run-and-shoot offense, also used a halfback-option pass and a pass off a fake punt.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | November 12, 1995
COLLEGE PARK -- Was there anyone at Byrd Stadium who didn't consider the scenario?Outplayed by Virginia for much of the game, Maryland crept within a field goal with three minutes left on its third big special teams play. The Terps' defense would get the ball back, Scott Milanovich would get the offense going, and Maryland would become the latest team to catch Virginia on a miracle finish, and lock up a bowl berth to boot.Reality, however, wasn't quite as pleasant for the Terps and most of the 45,720 at Byrd Stadium.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | November 4, 1995
Before Maryland can get in a bowl game, it is going to have to get in the end zone.It has been three games and four weeks since the Terps scored, but despite the program's worst point drought in 28 years, Maryland still can grab the Atlantic Coast Conference's third or fourth bowl berth if it awakens from its offensive slumber and wins at North Carolina State today.Maryland, which has scored 12 points during a 1-3 slide that followed a 4-0 start, still can claim its first winning season and bowl bid in five years, but time is running out. The Terps finish at Virginia and Florida State, the two toughest teams on their schedule.
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