Menton Award Winners
Since 1970, the active membership of The Maryland Board Of Football Officials votes each year to recognize the leadership of one of its members. The award is named after A. Paul Menton, the first commissioner and one of the founders of the Maryland Board.
This award is presented to the person who best exemplifies those humanistic qualities of self discipline, loyalty, cooperativeness, firmness and fairness; so characteristic of A. Paul Menton.
Bud Terry Award Winners
Since 2002, The Maryland Board Of Football Officials gives an award to a newer official who exhibits those qualities that reflect what the membership desires in its representatives. The award is named after Bud Terry, a dedicated official who always valued.
The MBFO has produced numerous officials that have gone on to successful careers in the NFL and NCAA. The following is a list of each MBFO member currently working college football and the conference(s) they work.
Please note that despite these successes, the MBFO's primary goal in the greater Baltimore, MD Area.