North Carolina 45, Maryland 38
No. 10 Florida State 41, Maryland 14
No. 10 Clemson 45, Maryland 10
Maryland visits Clemson Saturday at 3:30 p.m.
Maryland and William & Mary kickoff at 3:04 p.m. Saturday in Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium
As a Sophomore (2012): Played in eight games and averaged 5.8 tackles per game ... averaged 12.3 tackles per game in his three starts ... played in a reserve role against William & Mary (9/1) but didn't record a tackle ... finished with two solo tackles, including one tackle for loss at Temple (9/8) ...saw action at linebacker vs. Connecticut (9/15) and totaled two tackles (one solo) while helping hold the Huskies to 223 yards of total offense ... played against West Virginia (9/22) and recorded two solo tackles ... did not play at Wake Forest (10/6), at Virginia (10/13), vs. NC State (10/20) or at Boston College (10/27) ... played a reserve role against Georgia Tech (11/3) finishing with three tackles including one solo tackle... started and recorded a team-high 10 tackles and two tackles for loss against Clemson (11/10) ... started and led the team with 13 tackles including seven solo tackles against Florida State (11/17) ... started at North Carolina (11/24) and recorded a team-high and career-best 14 tackles including 11 solo stops.
As a Redshirt Freshman (2011): An honorable mention freshman All-America selection by College Football News ... played in all 12 games with starts in seven (two at Will LB; five at Mike) ... his 5.0 tackles per game ranked fourth in the ACC among freshmen and 38th overall ... tied for fourth on the team with 6.0 tackles for loss ... second with 3.5 sacks ... saw limited action in the season opener against Miami (9/5) and made a pair of tackles ... moved into a starting role against West Virginia (9/17) due to Darin Drakeford's injury and recorded seven tackles, including a half tackle for loss ... recorded six tackles, a sack and a forced a fumble against Temple (9/24) ... intercepted a pass and made two tackles in a start against Towson (10/1) ... made two solo stops and a tackle for loss against Georgia Tech (10/8) ... had a game- and career-high 12 tackles, seven of them unassisted, including a sack for nine yards and 1.5 tackles for loss against Clemson (10/15) ... recorded seven tackles, including one sack for nine yards and 1.5 TFLs for 11 yards against Florida State (10/22) ... had his second double-digit tackle game of the season with 10 against Boston College (10/29) ... also recovered a fumble against the Eagles ... came off the bench against Virginia (11/5) but didn't have a tackle ... made one stop against Notre Dame (11/12) ... returned to a starting role against Wake Forest (11/19) and had 10 tackles, six of them unassisted, and a pass breakup ... saw action as a reserve against NC State (11/26) and had one assisted tackle.
As a Freshman (2010): Redshirted ... served as a backup at Will linebacker ... enrolled in school in January and participated during spring practice.
At Fork Union Military Academy (2009): Attended the preparatory school in the fall after signing a letter of intent with the Terps in February ... ranked No. 19 nationally among prep school recruits by Rivals.com ... coached by John Shuman.
At C.H. Flowers High School: A two-year starter at outside linebacker ... a consensus all-state selection as a senior ... rated 35th-best weakside linebacker prospect in the nation by Scout.com ... No. 47 nationally among outside linebackers by Rivals.com ... ranked No. 92 nationally among outside LBs by Scouts, Inc. ... recorded 90 tackles, three interceptions and two fumble recoveries (one of which he returned for a touchdown) as a senior ... also caught six passes for 140 yards and two scores, helping the Jaguars post a 10-2 record, including a runner-up finish in the 4A South region ... played in the inaugural Crab Bowl (Washington D.C. vs. Baltimore) in 2008 ... also attended Duval High School (Dunham, Md.) ... also considered West Virginia, Illinois and Syracuse ... coached by Mike Mayo.
Personal: Born in Washington, D.C. ... parents are Lorne and Lisa Goree ... full name is Lorne Goree, Jr. but goes by L.A ... a sociology major.