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By Jeff Barker and Matt Bracken and jeff.barker@baltsun.com and mbracken@baltimoresun.com | February 3, 2010
Maryland announced a 21-member football signing class Wednesday with a handful of prominent out-of-state recruits, including a Pennsylvania quarterback with "swagger" and a Georgia player hoping to fill the school's need for offensive linemen. Eleven members of the class are from out of state. Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen said the most competitive battle was over Max Garcia, a 6-foot-5, 285-pound offensive lineman from Norcross, Ga. "We were in a very, very hard-fought battle for Max," Friedgen said.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | June 30, 2014
Like many Maryland graduates, Stan Gelbaugh wasn't thrilled when the school announced nearly 20 months ago that it was going to be moving from the Atlantic Coast Conference to the Big Ten. The former Terps quarterback, who was a part of three straight ACC championship football teams from 1983 through 1985, also knew he had little choice but to accept the decision. Even Monday, as he joined a couple of hundred alums, administrators and fans at the Under Armour Brand House in Harbor East to celebrate Maryland officially joining the Big Ten on Tuesday, Gelbaugh seemed to be more resigned to the change than rejoicing about it. "I think it's going to happen," Gelbaugh said hesitantly, when asked for his feelings about the move.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | June 30, 2014
Like many Maryland graduates, Stan Gelbaugh wasn't thrilled when the school announced nearly 20 months ago that it was going to be moving from the Atlantic Coast Conference to the Big Ten. The former Terps quarterback, who was a part of three straight ACC championship football teams from 1983 through 1985, also knew he had little choice but to accept the decision. Even Monday, as he joined a couple of hundred alums, administrators and fans at the Under Armour Brand House in Harbor East to celebrate Maryland officially joining the Big Ten on Tuesday, Gelbaugh seemed to be more resigned to the change than rejoicing about it. "I think it's going to happen," Gelbaugh said hesitantly, when asked for his feelings about the move.
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By Jeff Barker and Matt Bracken and Baltimore Sun reporters | February 4, 2010
Maryland announced a 21-member football signing class Wednesday with a handful of prominent out-of-state recruits, including a Pennsylvania quarterback with "swagger" and a Georgia player hoping to fill the school's need for offensive linemen. Eleven members of the class are from out of state. Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen said the most competitive battle was over Max Garcia, a 6-foot-5, 285-pound offensive lineman from Norcross, Ga. "We were in a very, very hard-fought battle for Max," Friedgen said.
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November 11, 1991
Four former Maryland Terrapins quarterbacks played yesterday in the NFL, two -- Boomer Esiason and Neil O'Donnell -- against each other, and two others -- Stan Gelbaugh and Frank Reich -- in reserve roles in separate games. Here is how they fared:4 Player, Team..... Com-Att..... Yds... TD... IntEsiason, Cin. ...... 32-43....... 361... 1.... 1O'Donnell, Pit. .... 24-39....... 309... 3.... 0Gelbaugh, Pho. ....... 2-3........ 57... 1.... 1Reich, Buf. .......... 0-1......... 0... 0.... 0(Coverage, 6C)
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April 13, 1993
Spring football practice at Maryland will conclude Saturday with the Terps' first varsity-alumni game in 33 years. Starting time at Byrd Stadium is 1 p.m., and the game is open to the public.Jerry Claiborne, who had a 72-37-3 record as the Maryland coach from 1972 to 1981, will direct the alumni team. Seattle Seahawks quarterback Stan Gelbaugh ('83) and Detroit Lions center Kevin Glover ('84) will be on Claiborne's staff.More than 160 former players are expected, and 61 are expected to play, including quarterbacks Dan Henning ('87)
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February 14, 1992
BASEBALL# American League * CALIFORNIA ANGELS -- Signed Alvin Davis, first baseman, to a one-year contract.* MILWAUKEE BREWERS -- Invited Scott Fletcher, infielder, to spring training as a non-roster player.* SEATTLE MARINERS -- Agreed to terms with Mike Schooler, pitcher, on a one-year contract.BASKETBALLNational Basketball Association * GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS -- Signed Tony Massenburg, forward, to a 10-day contract.* PHOENIX SUNS -- Placed Negele Knight, guard, on the injured list.FOOTBALLNational Football League* LOS ANGELES RAMS -- Named Dick Selcer linebacker coach.
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July 30, 1991
Baseball NL -- Suspended Chicago Cubs OF Andre Dawson for one game and fined him $1,000 for bumping umpire Joe West in a game against Cincinnati last Tuesday.New York Yankees -- Placed OF Jesse Barfield (.225 avg., 17 HR and 48 RBIs in 84 games) on the 15-day disabled list with a stress-type fracture in the front of his left foot. Recalled OF Mike Humphreys from Class AAA Columbus.CollegesMaryland -- Announced that Archie Clark, a sophomore DE, has been academically dismissed.FootballCincinnati Bengals -- Waived QB Chris Swartz; TE Ken McKay; Branko Vincic; WR Travis Vallin and WR Howard Dell, and DE Arthur Walker.
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July 30, 1991
BASEBALL (NL) * League -- Suspended Andre Dawson (Chicago Cubs outfielder) for one game and fined him $1,000 for bumping umpire Joe West in a game against Cincinnati last Tuesday.BASKETBALL (CBA) * Rapid City Thrillers -- Signed Keith Lee (center-forward).FOOTBALL National League Football * Cincinnati Bengals -- Waived Chris Swartz (quarterback), Ken McKay (tight end), Branko Vincic (nose tackle), Travis Vallin and Howard Dell (wide receivers) and Arthur Walker (defensive end).* Kansas City Chiefs -- Signed Matt McCartin (offensive tackle)
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | April 22, 1991
The greeting on the answering machine at the home of the Zolaks in Monongahela, Pa., was a novel one: "Scott was taken as the first pick in the fourth round. If you want to leave a message . . ."Scott Zolak, Maryland's starting quarterback last season, was indeed the first player chosen in the fourth round of the NFL draft yesterday. He was tapped by the New England Patriots as the 84th pick overall.The only other Maryland player drafted in the first four rounds yesterday was offensive tackle Clarence Jones, by the New York Giants.
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