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Maryland Minute: 5.30.14 Robert Carter Jr. set to visit Maryland next week

Also, who is Maryland's most indispensable player in football, previewing the Columbia regional in baseball, and some other B1G news.

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Former Georgia Tech PF Robert Carter to visit Maryland, source says -
More on Georgia Tech transfer Robert Carter visiting Maryland next week.

College Basketball Transfers: Robert Carter Jr. plans to visit South Carolina - Garnet And Black Attack
Our friends over at Garnet and Black Attack give their take on Robert Carter, who will also visit South Carolina.

Most indispensable players: Maryland Terrapins - ESPN
ESPN's B1G blog looks at who Maryland would have a hard time replacing if they weren't able to play next season.

2014 NCAA Baseball Regionals Preview: Hot-hitting Maryland comes to Columbia as No. 2 seed - Garnet And Black Attack
Nice preview by Garnet and Black Attack, SBNation's South Carolina blog. They go into some nice history between the two schools from when both were in the ACC and Southern Conference. And on July 1st, Maryland will join South Carolina as the only other founding ACC school to leave the conference.

Jake Stinnett's return to Maryland has paid off for him and the Terps -
Nice piece on Jake Stinnett, who made a $70,000 gamble with his baseball career last summer when he turned down the Pittsburgh Pirates' bid to sign him as a 29th-round draft pick, and how he's helped Maryland return to the Big Dance for the first time in 43 years.

James Franklin's Penn State now shaking up both SEC and Big Ten -
The new Penn State coach is taking the fight to his previous conference's turf, and they're not too happy about it. I guess he considers the SEC "In state", too.

The big 2014 Nebraska football preview: Huskers look like ... a 4-loss team -
Nebraska has needed both frustrating losses and miraculous wins to craft this strange streak of six consecutive four-loss seasons. And with a couple of standouts and a lot of rebuilding in the trenches, it appears four losses are again a possibility.

Is Ohio State's Larry Johnson the best recruiter in the Big Ten? ESPN analyst Jeremy Crabtree thinks so: Buckeyes recruiting |
Locksley also gets mentioned as one of the top recruiters in the conference.

Potential B1G 1,000-yard receivers in 2014 - ESPN
Diggs tops the list. Long mentioned, too.

Kevin's Corner: A Weekend to Remember - Maryland Terrapins Athletics - University of Maryland Terps Official Athletic Site
AD Kevin Anderson gives his take on the exciting weekend that saw Maryland win a national title in Women's Lax, among other things.