The university president and athletic director said team athletic trainers failed to properly diagnose heat-related illness suffered by Jordan McNair.

Parents contacted by The Washington Post say the abusive environment described in news reports does not align with their experience.

Medical specialists in treating heatstroke, after reviewing hospital and responders’ reports following Jordan McNair’s death, said the player likely could have survived if the school’s staff had lowered his body temperature more quickly.

As players try to rally around interim coach Matt Canada, university president calls for an external review into the embattled program's culture.

Reports of a toxic program have the school’s ever-increasing recruiting momentum in jeopardy.

The football program's problems call to mind another tragic low point for the school.

The nomadic offensive coordinator will take over as DJ Durkin is placed on leave.

Terps athletic director sent a letter Saturday to Maryland community in response to media reports outlining a culture of verbal and emotional abuse.

The Gamecocks coach says ESPN's report lacked “journalistic integrity" with its use of anonymous sources.

  • Perspective

After the death of a player and reports of a toxic atmosphere on the team, quick action is necessary.

Maryland's 10-day trip to Italy includes three scrimmages and additional practice time.

Herard would not have been eligible until midseason after transferring from Mississippi State in January.

The Maryland football coach said the team is deciding how to best honor the offensive lineman, who died June 13 after suffering heatstroke during an organized team workout.

McNair was hospitalized following an organized team workout on May 29. He died 15 days later at 19 years old.

The contract is for six years, which could keep Evans in College Park until at least 2024.

A federal grand jury requested records regarding an unnamed former player, assistant coach Bino Ranson and a former recruit. The university said it has cooperated and found no evidence of NCAA violations.

Evans has served has Maryland's interim athletic director since October.

Evans had been Maryland's acting athletic director since October.

Kevin Huerter, a 6-foot-7 sharpshooter, left Maryland after two seasons and is now officially a pro after the Hawks drafted him 19th overall.

Temple's Patrick Kraft is believed to be the front-runner, one person said. Former Tennessee AD John Currie and Maryland's acting AD, Damon Evans, will also interview this week.

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