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Maryland Minute - 8.8.14 - Gary Williams: Hall of Famer

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Three weeks until football, y'all.

Cooper Neill

On eve of Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame induction, Terps coach Gary Williams still emotional about Maryland career - baltimoresun.com
In 1989, Maryland called. A quarter-century after that, so did the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

Why coveted son of Maryland OC spurned Terps to sign with FSU | FOX Sports
Seems like a good amount of the issue was how things went down when Locksley coached his two older sons: "I talked to my older brothers a lot about it. Playing for my dad was always a dream of mine, but watching how things unraveled for them and the pressure that was on both of them and on my family, it really took a toll on my family watching them at Illinois and at New Mexico. At the end of the day, while it'd be awesome to play for your dad, but at that type of level there's a bunch of complications that come into effect." "If a game was lost or they didn't have a great season, things were aimed at them," he said. "People would start talking about my dad to them on campus or you'd have a bunch of fans making these nasty remarks. They just caught many of the same things that my dad was receiving, but he's an adult and they're just kids. It wasn't always a great situation for them."

Pick-Six Preview: Maryland - ESPN Video - ESPN
ESPN Video: Heather Dinich and Maryland head coach Randy Edsall preview the first season in the Big Ten for the Terrapins.

North Xtra: Seneca Valley grads C.J. and Jordan Brown to go head-to-head on football field - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
C.J. Brown's brother, Jordan, is a wide receiver at James Madison. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette profiles the two of them ahead of the season-opening matchup.