1976 Maryland Terrapins football team
American college football team season
|1976 Maryland Terrapins football|
|Conference||Atlantic Coast Conference|
|1976 record||11–1 (5–0 ACC)|
|Head coach||Jerry Claiborne|
|Home stadium||Byrd Stadium|
|1976 Atlantic Coast Conference football standings|
|No. 13 Maryland $||5||–||0||–||0||11||–||1||–||0|
Rankings from AP Poll
The 1976 Maryland Terrapins football team represented University of Maryland in the 1976 NCAA Division I football season. The Terrapins offense scored 294 points while the defense allowed 115 points. Led by head coach Jerry Claiborne, the Terrapins appeared in the Cotton Bowl Classic.
1976 Maryland Terrapins football team Intro articles: 4
- In the Maryland–Virginia rivalry, the Terrapins beat the Cavaliers.
- In the Duke–Maryland rivalry, the Terrapins beat the Blue Devils.
|September 11||Richmond*||No. 12||W 31–7||41,088|
|September 18||at West Virginia*||No. 10||W 24–3||35,107|
|September 25||at Syracuse*||No. 8||W 42–28||21,109|
|October 2||Villanova*||No. 7||W 20–9||38,131|
|October 9||at North Carolina State||No. 7||W 16–6||38,500|
|October 16||Wake Forest||No. 5||W 17–15||46,321|
|October 23||at Duke||No. 6||W 30–3||20,200|
|October 30||Kentucky*||No. 5||W 24–14||43,013|
|November 6||Cincinnati*||No. 6||W 21–0||45,315|
||No. 6||W 20–0||40,288|
|November 20||at Virginia||No. 6||W 28–0||23,100|
|January 1||vs. No. 6 Houston*||No. 4||L 21–30||58,500|
1977 NFL Draft
The following players were selected in the 1977 NFL Draft.
|Joe Campbell||Defensive Tackle||1||7||New Orleans Saints|
|Tim Wilson||Fullback||3||66||Houston Oilers|
|Ed Fulton||Guard||3||68||Los Angeles Rams|
|Tom Schick||Guard||6||162||New Orleans Saints|
|Dave Conrad||Tackle||12||313||New York Jets|
1976 Maryland Terrapins football team Regular season articles: 8
- "1976 Atlantic Coast Conference Year Summary". sports-reference.com. Retrieved January 25, 2013.
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