Clark School Student May Start as Terps' Quarterback

Clark School Student May Start as Terps' Quarterback

Clark School Student May Start as Terps' Quarterback

Sam Hollenbeck, starting quarterback and Clark School undergraduate.
Sam Hollenbeck, starting quarterback and Clark School undergraduate.

Clark School undergrad Sam Hollenbach is slated to be the Terps' starting quarterback this fall, according to The Washington Post.

"It is still going to be a competitive situation and there is still a lot of football to be played on the practice fields before our first game, so you never know," states Terps Football coach Ralph Friedgen. "But what he has shown is that he will not turn the ball over, he is a quick study and he continues to improve."

Hollenbach is junior mechanical engineering major.

August 8, 2005


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