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Bruce Miller, brother of a 2017 Maryland football signee, is transferring to the Terps

This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

Baltimore defensive end B’Ahmad Miller signed with Maryland football as a member of the Class of 2017, and his brother is also coming to College Park.

Bruce Miller, a junior college transfer, announced his decision Sunday night.

There isn’t much information out there on B’Ahmad’s older brother. InsideMDSports’ Ahmed Ghafir says he’ll be walking on, and comes in at 6’1 and 230 pounds. He played his first two seasons of college football at Dean College in Franklin, Massachusetts. Miller had five tackles in two games as a sophomore.

Maryland has a lot up in the air at linebacker, and adding a walk-on there can’t hurt. It’d be unlikely if Miller had any sort of large role in the defense in 2017, but more depth is always good.

In other news

A goal in triple overtime lifted Maryland men’s lacrosse over Rutgers.

Maryland hired new defensive line and offensive line coaches. Jimmy Brumbaugh and Tyler Bowen are both trying to improve the Terps up front.

Maryland baseball swept Penn State this weekend.

Maryland softball went 1-for-3 this weekend against Michigan.

The NCAA approved some new rules, including an earlier Signing Day and a 10th assistant coach.

At Minnesota, P.J. Fleck surprised a walk-on with a scholarship at an Easter egg hunt.