Ivan Maisel, Matt Schick & Jake Trotter welcome Heather Dinich to discuss the latest surrounding Maryland (1:27). Plus, thoughts on the various QB battles around the country (21:45) and more.
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The parents of Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair, who died from heatstroke caused during a team workout, say DJ Durkin should no longer be allowed to coach after he didn't do enough to keep their child safe.
- McNair parents: Keep Durkin away from players
- Maryland regents to hold closed meeting Friday
- Terps' interim coach: Players' welfare 'is No. 1'
- Maryland accepts responsibility in McNair death
The University of Maryland board of regents has called a special meeting Friday to receive updates about the school's actions in the wake of the June 13 death of football player Jordan McNair.
Maryland's practice under interim coach Matt Canada featured two tents that were used as cooling stations, providing misting fans and plenty of fluids and snacks for players.
Tony Reali and the national panel offer their thoughts on the President & Athletic Director of Maryland University's comments during the press conference for Jordan McNair and much more.
A rundown of the events that led to Maryland football coach DJ Durkin being placed on administrative leave and the resignation of strength coach Rick Court.
The University of Maryland has parted ways with assistant AD for sports performance Rick Court in the wake of "mistakes" that led to the death of Jordan McNair.
Geoff Schwartz talks the Maryland football situation and NFL preseason. Plus, Tiger finishes second at a major championship, and Isaiah Thomas has some words about Cleveland.
An attorney representing the family of Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair says his death could have been prevented and that the coaching staff showed "absolute indifference" toward McNair's life.
Maryland has placed two athletic trainers and a strength coach on administrative leave as the school continues its review of the circumstances surrounding the death of offensive lineman Jordan McNair, sources told ESPN.
Current Maryland players describe a culture of fear and intimidation within the football program in the run-up to offensive lineman Jordan McNair's death.