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Maryland Minute 6.2.14: Terps' freshman class gets matching tattoos

More on baseball's big win, continual football preview coverage and a potential family dynasty?

Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

Twitter / AdamZagoria: Maryland commits Melo Trimble & Jared Nickens...
Trimble, Nickens and the other incoming freshmen will all be getting matching tattoos on their legs that say "MBK", for "My Brother's Keeper," prompting everyone to make the same lame "that'll be weird when they transfer" joke in response to Zagoria's tweet. The freshmen all got on to campus Monday, with the start of the summer term, and this is a pretty cool way to get their career in College Park started off. And for the "they should focus more on playing the game" crowd -- we can guarantee that the tattoo process did not take place during practice time.

Baltimore Sun - Terps - Top recruit Melo Trimble gives Maryland new talent, and questions, at point guard
"He knew he was going to play in the past, but he knows he's really the only true point guard on the roster," Turgeon said Thursday. "I don't think it will change his approach to how hard he works or how disciplined he'll be and all that kind of stuff, but if you're an incoming freshman, that's what you want. But he's mature enough, he's ready for it."

Twitter / VantageHoops: Kent Auslander...
Kent Auslander, John's younger brother, will reportedly attempt to walk-on at Maryland. Auslandynasty!

Maryland lineman Andrew Zeller's best work comes off the football field -- The York Daily Record
Great profile of the potential starting guard by a local paper.

The big 2014 Michigan State football preview: Will a step back even matter? -- SBNation.com
Michigan State has to replace a few defensive difference-makers and probably won't be quite as good in 2014 after a magical 2013 campaign. But if the Spartans beat Ohio State at home, that might not matter.

What's your B1G team's toughest non-con game? -- Big Ten Network
Tom Dienhart picks Syracuse as Maryland's toughest non-conference game, and I....agree. Beyond the fact that the Orange beat the Terps (while West Virginia certainly did not), they finished strong last season and look in a much better place as a program.

Terps Down Gamecocks to Claim Regional Title
Maryland's official recap of the game. Coach Szefc, take it away: "Obviously, this is a pretty incredible night for our program, our athletic department, and I think the state of Maryland in general,” said head coach John Szefc. “I am very, very happy for our coaching staff and our players. These guys work very, very hard to get to this point.