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By BOB PARASILITI | August 31, 2007
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - It might be a good thing that football pants don't have back pockets. With Erin Henderson around, nobody's wallet would be safe. Henderson is a pedigreed linebacker for the University of Maryland football team. And if you are a good linebacker, you have to be part magician and part pickpocket to help control opposing offenses. It's simply a case of search and destroy when Henderson is on the field. "He has similarities to his brother E.J.," Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen said.
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By BOB PARASILITI | September 7, 2007
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - The fortunes of the University of Maryland's defense revolve around the play of linebacker Erin Henderson and defensive back Christian Varner. But the Terrapins' success will probably be defined by the play of their defensive line. It is literally Maryland's first line of defense and the pressure is on the unit to put pressure on the opposition, something it did well in the Terps' 31-14 season-opening win over Villanova. "When I looked at the film, I was very impressed with how we played up front," Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen said.
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By BOB PARASILITI | October 25, 2007
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Destiny is like the wind. Have it with you and there's a good chance you'll be in control. But if it is against you, be prepared to be blown off course. The University of Maryland football team is starting to get that wind-blown look. Destiny has touched down like a tornado. The Terrapins have been overrun with injuries. The significant ones started on Sept. 29 when quarterback Jordan Steffy was put out of the Rutgers game in the first half with a concussion.
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By MATTHEW BARAKAT | October 6, 2007
COLLEGE PARK, Md. ? In his first career start, Chris Turner threw for 255 yards, and Lance Ball ran for three touchdowns as Maryland barely held on for a 28-26 victory Saturday over Georgia Tech. Travis Bell sent a 52-yard field goal attempt wide right with 54 seconds remaining. Andrew Gardner was whistled for holding on the previous play, knocking the Yellow Jackets back 10 yards and preventing them from lining up for what would have been a 40-yard try. Turner had three passes of longer than 40 yards in the first half, including the first touchdown pass of his career, a 78-yard strike to Jason Goode.
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by BOB PARASILITI | October 20, 2006
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - The University of Maryland has a lot of work to do on defense. For Wesley Jefferson, that's OK, because defense is more than his Saturday hobby. It's his livelihood. That's what Jefferson kept reminding himself last Saturday while the Terrapins overcame a 20-0 halftime deficit to defeat Virginia. "Yeah, we were down, but this is our job," said the Maryland linebacker. "It's what we are doing for a living. You can't go out there and lay down and roll over.
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By TERI JOHNSON | April 30, 1998
Erin Henderson and Jen Geer will be seated front row and center at country entertainer Tracy Lawrence's concert at The Maryland Theatre Saturday, May 2. To collect their tickets, the best friends from Mont Alto, Pa., have to put on a performance of their own. --cont. from front page-- Henderson and Geer, both 19, will wrestle in chocolate pudding tonight at 6 outside Chambersburg Mall in Chambersburg, Pa. They are finalists in Kiss Country 94.3 FM's "What Would You Do for Front Row Center Tickets to See Tracy Lawrence Contest.
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by BOB PARASILITI | December 20, 2006
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Say one word and it has so many different meanings. The word "Champs" is big in the University of Maryland football team's vocabulary, but not exactly the way the Terps had wanted to use it. The Terps had two chances in November to become the champs of the Atlantic Coast Conference and failed. Now, Champs - as in Champs Sports Bowl - is Maryland's destination for its first bowl appearance in three years. If the Terps had beaten Boston College and/or Wake Forest in their final two games, there was a chance they would have gone to the Orange Bowl.
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by BOB PARASILITI | October 23, 2006
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - This time, if anyone asks Sam Hollenbach about one lump or two, it has nothing to do with sugar in his tea. This time, it has everything to do about his 6-foot-5 frame. The University of Maryland's quarterback uncovered a hidden dimension to the Terrapins' attack on Saturday. It was the quarterback running with the ball, which had a direct impact on a 26-20 victory over North Carolina State. "It was fun to get a little running in," the senior said.
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By BOB PARASILITI | August 8, 2007
When Ralph Friedgen thinks back on the season that was 2006, the season that wasn't is one of the first things that come to mind. "When you look back on the whole season, last year was very close to being a very special season," said the Maryland football coach during the Terrapins' annual media day. "If we had won one of those last two games, we could've been in Jacksonville playing for the ACC Championship and maybe even the Orange Bowl....
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By BOB PARASILITI | October 25, 2007
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Destiny is like the wind. Have it with you and there's a good chance you'll be in control. But if it is against you, be prepared to be blown off course. The University of Maryland football team is starting to get that wind-blown look. Destiny has touched down like a tornado. The Terrapins have been overrun with injuries. The significant ones started on Sept. 29 when quarterback Jordan Steffy was put out of the Rutgers game in the first half with a concussion.
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By MATTHEW BARAKAT | October 6, 2007
COLLEGE PARK, Md. ? In his first career start, Chris Turner threw for 255 yards, and Lance Ball ran for three touchdowns as Maryland barely held on for a 28-26 victory Saturday over Georgia Tech. Travis Bell sent a 52-yard field goal attempt wide right with 54 seconds remaining. Andrew Gardner was whistled for holding on the previous play, knocking the Yellow Jackets back 10 yards and preventing them from lining up for what would have been a 40-yard try. Turner had three passes of longer than 40 yards in the first half, including the first touchdown pass of his career, a 78-yard strike to Jason Goode.
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By BOB PARASILITI | September 26, 2007
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Five weeks into the season's itinerary, the University of Maryland football team finds itself sitting at a stop sign. The Terrapins are at a point where they are looking both ways to decide which way to turn. They are sitting at the crossroads. Maryland sits at 2-2. It travels to face No. 10 Rutgers on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. It is coming off a loss to Wake Forest where the Terps led 24-3 late in the third quarter only to allow 28 straight points to lose 31-24 in overtime.
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By BOB PARASILITI | September 7, 2007
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - The fortunes of the University of Maryland's defense revolve around the play of linebacker Erin Henderson and defensive back Christian Varner. But the Terrapins' success will probably be defined by the play of their defensive line. It is literally Maryland's first line of defense and the pressure is on the unit to put pressure on the opposition, something it did well in the Terps' 31-14 season-opening win over Villanova. "When I looked at the film, I was very impressed with how we played up front," Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen said.
NEWS
By BOB PARASILITI | August 31, 2007
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - It might be a good thing that football pants don't have back pockets. With Erin Henderson around, nobody's wallet would be safe. Henderson is a pedigreed linebacker for the University of Maryland football team. And if you are a good linebacker, you have to be part magician and part pickpocket to help control opposing offenses. It's simply a case of search and destroy when Henderson is on the field. "He has similarities to his brother E.J.," Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen said.
NEWS
By BOB PARASILITI | August 8, 2007
When Ralph Friedgen thinks back on the season that was 2006, the season that wasn't is one of the first things that come to mind. "When you look back on the whole season, last year was very close to being a very special season," said the Maryland football coach during the Terrapins' annual media day. "If we had won one of those last two games, we could've been in Jacksonville playing for the ACC Championship and maybe even the Orange Bowl....
NEWS
by BOB PARASILITI | December 20, 2006
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Say one word and it has so many different meanings. The word "Champs" is big in the University of Maryland football team's vocabulary, but not exactly the way the Terps had wanted to use it. The Terps had two chances in November to become the champs of the Atlantic Coast Conference and failed. Now, Champs - as in Champs Sports Bowl - is Maryland's destination for its first bowl appearance in three years. If the Terps had beaten Boston College and/or Wake Forest in their final two games, there was a chance they would have gone to the Orange Bowl.
NEWS
by BOB PARASILITI | October 23, 2006
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - This time, if anyone asks Sam Hollenbach about one lump or two, it has nothing to do with sugar in his tea. This time, it has everything to do about his 6-foot-5 frame. The University of Maryland's quarterback uncovered a hidden dimension to the Terrapins' attack on Saturday. It was the quarterback running with the ball, which had a direct impact on a 26-20 victory over North Carolina State. "It was fun to get a little running in," the senior said.
NEWS
by BOB PARASILITI | October 20, 2006
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - The University of Maryland has a lot of work to do on defense. For Wesley Jefferson, that's OK, because defense is more than his Saturday hobby. It's his livelihood. That's what Jefferson kept reminding himself last Saturday while the Terrapins overcame a 20-0 halftime deficit to defeat Virginia. "Yeah, we were down, but this is our job," said the Maryland linebacker. "It's what we are doing for a living. You can't go out there and lay down and roll over.
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