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With the nation’s toughest schedule looming in the fall, the running game seems well ahead of the passing attack.
Wide receiver left College Park to spend a season at Towson — only to return for this fall.
The former Georgetown assistant will take over for Cliff Warren, who will assume a player personnel role on staff.
The North Carolina transfer is expected to be back for summer workouts.
The 6-foot-9, 255-pound big man chose the Terrapins over Georgetown and Georgia Tech.
Working on opposite sides of line, Jimmy Brumbaugh and Tyler Bowen get to work.
The former DeMatha star is thriving this spring after getting a second chance in College Park.
The Terps are eyeing the former Blue Devil for help in its frontcourt.
The quality of the ice will be of particular concern as the Washington Capitals open the NHL playoffs, but facilities managers are keeping their cool.
The senior guard is the third player to leave the program this month.