“We will do everything possible [to make sure] that the situation that Jordan McNair found himself in will never happen again.”
This decision comes just one day after two shocking ESPN reports on the culture of Maryland football under Durkin’s watch.
A new bombshell report from ESPN regarding the circumstances surrounding Jordan McNair’s death
A second ESPN article is giving an inside look into what it describes as a “toxic” culture within Maryland’s football program.
The former Maryland basketball player was originally ordered to give his passport to his attorney.
A 30-year-old vet and an intriguing freshman kicker highlight Maryland’s special teams unit.
A couple of returning veterans and intriguing transfers could make for an improved Terps secondary.
Tre Watson, a transfer from Illinois, looks poised to fill the linebacker spot that’s open following Jermaine Carter’s graduation.
Recent Maryland commit Trey Rucker will have a familiar face joining him in College Park.
The Virginia safety give the Terps their ninth commit from the Class of 2019.
The return of Jesse Aniebonam and transfer of Bryan Cowart will be well-received for a Maryland defensive line that ranked toward the bottom of the Big Ten in sacks last season.
Continuity is the name of the game for the Terps offensive line, with all starters from last season returning.
Maryland’s tight ends are sure to see an increase in production from last year, when no tight end recorded a single catch.
With DJ Moore in the NFL, Maryland will look for a committee of pass catchers to fill his void.
The Terps’ two-headed monster of Johnson and Harrison are back, and Anthony McFarland presents an intriguing option after sitting out his freshman year.
All eyes will be on Tyrrell Pigrome and Kasim Hill, who are recovering from season-ending knee injuries.