When sophomore punter Wade Lees went home to Australia this January, he took senior linebacker Jalen Brooks with him.
Maryland football released a video summary of the trip Thursday, and it looks like they both enjoyed themselves.
AUSSIE-AUSSIE-AUSSIE!— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) August 17, 2017
Follow P Wade Lees as he takes LB Jalen Brooks back to his home country of Australia ! https://t.co/IunDs3Ds8o
Lees and Brooks had a full docket in the land Down Under. The two went to the Australian Open, saw some wildlife, and each took turns wiping out surfing. Lees says Brooks wasn’t the only person he’s invited to his homeland, just the first to take him up on the offer.
Here’s hoping someone else takes Lees up on his offer next offseason. There can never be too many pictures of Wade Lees holding a koala bear.
Lees and Brooks will both be in action on Saturday at 10 a.m., when the Terps open up practice to the public for the first time this fall at Maryland Stadium.
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