Good Tuesday, Maryland fans. Here's what we're looking at:
Dwayne Haskins, Keandre Jones flip from Maryland to Ohio State
4-star QB Dwayne Haskins changes commitment from Maryland to Ohio State - Testudo Times
The worst recruiting news Maryland's had in years.
4-star linebacker Keandre Jones flips commitment from Maryland to Ohio State – Testudo Times
And the second-worst.
With Dwayne Haskins and Keandre Jones gone, what's next for Maryland football? - Testudo Times
The Terps have to pick up the pieces, just weeks before National Signing Day.
As Dwayne Haskins leaves, Maryland football offers 3-star QB Lindsey Scott - Testudo Times
Here's part of the moving-on process.
Maryland desperately needs a quarterback, and a couple of players and commits have ideas. A popular one: Offering three-star Bishop McNamara quarterback Ramar Williams, rated the No. 43 dual threat in the class.
With Haskins now headed to #OhioState, there is a lot of support from #Terps players & area coaches for QB Ramar Williams @Goldenn__Boy— Adam Friedman (@RivalsFriedman) January 18, 2016
Need to hop on Ramar while we can @Goldenn__Boy— Adam McLean (@GodsGift_42) January 18, 2016
Ramar Williams !— DJ Turner (@Djturner15) January 18, 2016
Ramar— Tino Ellis (@IamTinoEllis) January 18, 2016
Williams isn't Haskins, but he's local and clearly has the support of a lot of his would-be teammates.
Terps' William Likely Has Unfinished Business – Press Box Online
On the non-recruiting front: Will Likely is coming back for his senior season. Maryland will need him.
Maryland basketball hosts Northwestern tonight
Robert Carter Jr. provided impetus for win over Buckeyes on and off the court – Washington Post
Roman Stubbs on Maryland's power forward.
College basketball rankings, Week 11: Maryland ranked No. 7 in AP Top 25, No. 5 in Coaches Poll - Testudo Times
The Terps fell in both polls after losing to Michigan.
Big Ten basketball power rankings (Jan. 18) - Baltimore Sun
Stacking up the Big Ten.