Maryland head coach Mike Locksley joins Kevin Negandhi to discuss empowering the young men on his team, getting a second chance at head coaching, health protocols on campus, being transparent with recruits and the latest with Taulia Tagovailoa's waiver (18:33). Plus, Adam Rittenberg and Kevin get into players speaking their minds publicly, Mike Gundy's relationships at Oklahoma State and if coaches will continue to take players seriously as the season gets closer (1:23).
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- Maryland to begin football workouts June 15
- Ex-Tide QB Taulia Tagovailoa joining Terrapins
- Former Maryland coach Lester dies from virus
- Ex-Terps OL's dad out of hospital after virus fight
Maryland will begin allowing its football players to conduct voluntary, individual workouts under the supervision of the sports medical staff on June 15.
Former Maryland standout Keith Gatlin reflects on the Terrapins' surprising overtime victory over North Carolina, a game that will re-air Tuesday night on ESPN.
We sorted the NFL's best players by college conference and built the best lineups. Now we stack them 1-6 to see which group has ultimate bragging rights.
Quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa, who appeared in five games for Alabama as a freshman in 2019, is transferring to Maryland. He'll have three years of eligibility remaining with the Terrapins.
Roy Lester, who sandwiched a disappointing three-year stint as Maryland's football coach between a highly successful career at the high school level, has died. He was 96.
College Football's biggest "What ifs": Would Notre Dame fit in the Big Ten? How about Florida State in the SEC? What about super-conferences? These topics and more are tackled by the ESPN staff.
The father of former Maryland offensive lineman Ellis McKennie III has been released from the hospital nearly four weeks after being admitted and diagnosed with COVID-19. During that time, Ellis McKennie Jr. was put into an induced coma for 15 days.
Maryland landed a commitment from ESPN Junior 300 linebacker Demeioun Robinson, the No. 16-ranked recruit overall.
SMU running back Eric Dickerson, Nebraska quarterback Eric Crouch and late Alcorn State quarterback Steve McNair headline the 17 players and two coaches in the 2020 College Football Hall of Fame class.