COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Maryland’s Homecoming football game against Indiana on Saturday, Oct. 30 will be a celebration of the 2001 ACC Champion Terrapins. Twenty seasons ago, under then-first-year head coach Ralph Friedgen, the Terps captured the attention of the nation by winning a conference championship for the first time since 1985 and playing in the Orange Bowl in posting a 10-2 overall record. Relive this special season by enjoying various festivities scheduled for the game that kicks off at Noon.
- 20th Anniversary Recognition of the 2001 ACC Champions
- Members of the 2001 team will be honored in an on-field recognition between the first and second quarter of the Terrapins-Hoosiers game
- Honoring of Head Coach Ralph Friedgen
- On the 20th anniversary of winning the Bobby Dodd National Coach of the Year honor, Friedgen will be recognized by the Bobby Dodd Foundation in the first quarter.
- E.J. Henderson College Football Hall of Fame Induction Recognition
- The only two-time consensus All-American in Maryland football history will be honored to celebrate his induction in the College Football Hall of Fame this December
- Maryland Letterwinners Day
- In addition to the 2001 football team, all former letterwinners of all Maryland teams will be honored and current student-athletes, who recently earned their varsity letters, will be presented their letter jackets.”
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