Robert Gunderman, a Maryland freshman defensive back from West Milford, N.J., was incorrectly listed as a running back in a story that ran in yesterday's editions.
Georgetown will join the sweating ranks of area college football practitioners today when the Hoyas get to work on Kehoe Field at 4 p.m.
Forty lettermen return to Coach Scotty Glacken, who guided to the Division III Hoyas to a 5-3 record a year ago.
Georgetown has scheduled single practices through Friday, with two-a-day sessions set Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
The Maryland Terps celebrated the conclusion of two-a-day drills yesterday by consuming 40 watermelons at the annual bust that precedes the start of classes.
The best news of the week for Coach Jerry Clairborne was that wingback Jan Carinci is running again. Carinci, last year's leading receiver, slightly tore a cartlilage in his right knee lifting weights just before practice began and has been sidelined two weeks. He should resume full practice next week.
One of the pleasant surprises of preseason thus far has been the play of freshman tailback Robert Gunderman, 6-0 and 180, ran very well in Saturday's scrimmage.
The Terps, who did not please Claiborne offensively in that scrimmage, will try again this Saturday. They open Sept. 6 against Villanova.
At Navy, Coach George Welsh, who has until Sept. 13 before the opener against Virginia, is sounding a lot like Claiborne: pleased with his defense but concerned about offense.
Senior Fred Reitzel, a defensive back last year, continues to run No. 1 at quarterback and is making progress. Sophomores Tom Tarquinio and Tony Calao have been slowed, Tarquino by illness and Colao by a shoulder problem.
Offensive tackle Rick Walsh, who had knee surgery in the offseason, and middle guard Terry Huxel, who had ankle surgery, are progressing well.
The Mids went to one-a-day practices Monday, when classes started.