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The Michigan Daily Thursday, September 26, 1985 Pae 6
Gelbaugh to test
By PHIL NUSSEL
Brigham Young, Purdue, Notre
Dame...whenever these three teams
are discussed, quarterbacks are
discussed. All three schools have rich
quarterback traditions. Brigham
Young produced Steve Young, Purdue
produced Bob Griese, and Notre
Dame put out Joe Montana.
A new entry to this elite group of
quarterback schools is Maryland. Af-
ter developing Boomer Esiason (now
a starter for the Cincinatti Bengals)
and Frank Reich (now with the Buf-
falo Bills), the latest upcoming
Terrapin helmsman is Stan Gelbaugh.
BUT THE situation is a little dif-
ferent for Gelbaugh than it was for his
standout predecessors. This year, the
Terps have become more run-
oriented, and there are four good
reasons: Rick Badanjek, Tommy
Neal, Alvin Blount, and Stephon
Scriber. All four running backs have
already gained over 100 yards this
season (Badanjek leads with 219), and
all average over four yards a carry.
So where does this leave Gelbaugh?
His job is easier, for one thing. "It's
nice, they take a lot of pressure off,"
said Gelbaugh. "We've got four run-
ning backs who play all the time and
they take a lot of the weight off."
WITH A STRONG running game,
Gelbaugh has strictly been a passer.
"Our offense isn't really designed for
He got off to a slow start this season,
but came to life in the Terps' 28-0
drubbing of West Virginia Saturday
night, completing 15 of 23 aerials for
On the year, Gelbaugh has hit 36 of
76 passes for 504 yards along with
three touchdowns and three intercep-
tions. The 6-3, 207-pound senior started
five games last fall after Reich was in-
HIS FIRST college start, though,
probably made the rest of his career
anticlimactic. He opened against
Penn State and set a single-game
school record with 48 total passes,
competing 22 for 308 yards in the
losing effort. He ended '84 with 1123
yards and five touchdowns.
Gelbaugh was tabbed as this
season's top Terp quarterback even
before the squad's spring drills - not
bad considering he was a wide
receiver in the '84 spring drills. But he
hasn't felt the pressure that some
starters feel. He is secure at his spot.
"I don't think I have anything to
prove," he said. "There's nothing
really left to prove. I'm just trying to
play as well as I can so we can win."
WHILE PLAYING in the shadows
of standouts like Esiason and Reich
can add to the pressure, it has also
been a help to Gelbaugh. He learned
from his predecessors. "I think the
first thing that helped me was playing
behind guys like Esiason and Reich,"
Gelbaugh said. "Other guys on our
team, too, just set good examples of
how to work hard. Plus our coaches
are really good here."
Gelbaugh said his favorite receiver
is "Ziz" also known as Azizuddin Ab-
dur-Ra'off. Ziz has caught 13 passes
for 223 yards including a 39-yard
reception, the longest Terp reception
of the year.
"He's been getting open a lot this
year," Gelbaugh explained. "I
haven't been trying to force it (to
him). A lot of teams we've been
playing have been rolling their
coverage weak to stop our running
game. Yeah, he's probably my
favorite receiver, but we got a lot of
good receivers on this team."
Good receivers and good running
backs - how can Gelbaugh lose? It
will be tough. This Maryland quarter-
back may not be another Esiason or
Reich, but Gelbaugh may be good
enough to lead his team to a banner
year. - and be talked about at the
...nothing to prove
the quarterback to run a lot," he said.
"We got three great running backs, I
don't need to be doing any running."
The Carlisle, Pa. native is a drop-
back, play action style quarterback.
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NEW YORK (AP) - Joe Niekro won his first game as a
Yankee as Don Mattingly drove in four runs, two on a
home run, and New York beat the Detroit Tigers 10-2 last
Niekro, 1-1 since coming to the Yankees from Houston
on Sept. 12 to join his brother Phil, allowed four hits in five
innings' work before being forced to leave with a bruished
THE VICTORY was his first in the American League
since July 30, 1972 when he was with Detroit and came the
day after Phil made a third unsuccessful attempt at
career victory No. 300.
Mattingly had three hits, including his homer in the six-
th inning, and scored three times as he raised his major-
league leading RBI total to 135.
Mattingly's second hit, a double, was his 47th of the
season, the most by a Yankee since Lou Gehrig had 47 in
RICKEY Henderson had three hits, one RBI, scored
four times and stole his 75th base of the season, breaking
the Yankees team record of 74 set by Fritz Maisel in 1914.
The Yankees got one run of Jack Morris, 1-11, in the first
inning on Dave Winfield's RBI double, scoring mattingly,
then got three more in the third.
Henderson started the third with a single and stole
second. Ken Griffey walked, and Mattingly drove in two
with a double into theleft-field corner. One out later, Mat-
tingly scored on a single by Ron Hassey.
The Yankees made it 5-1 in the fourth on Ken Griffey's
RBI triple. Henderson's second double of the game chased
Morris and scored the first of three sixth-inning runs.
Mattingly followed with his 31st homer of the season, for
two more runs, off Bill Scherrer.
Toronto Blue Jay outfielder George Bell can't believe he was called out on
strikes in the first inning of the Blue Jays' game against the Red Sox last
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