Maryland football suffered another loss on Tuesday as sophomore linebacker Cortez Andrews announced his decision to enter the transfer portal.
Andrews had three tackles this season, including two in Maryland’s upset win over Penn State. He joined the Terps as a three-star recruit in the Class of 2019 and saw the field in six games as a freshman, but his playing time declined in 2020.
Andrews is the second player in two days to enter the portal, joining cornerback Tahj Capehart. Capehart was recruited as a three-star wide receiver but transitioned to a defensive role early in his college career. He totaled 13 tackles and one sack as a Terp.
The losses shouldn’t affect Maryland too much, especially given its talented young defensive core and a loaded 2021 class.
In other transfer news, Nebraska wide receiver Marcus Fleming is headed to College Park. Fleming, a former four-star recruit, only played in two games as a freshman before leaving the Huskers’ program, but he had a promising 75-yard outing on five receptions against Northwestern.
Forever love,— Cortez Andrews (@GloTez10) December 30, 2020
Ready for Next chapter pic.twitter.com/GjOJSKqaPM
In Other News
Mike gave three key takeaways from Maryland men’s basketball’s win over No. 6 Wisconsin.
Lila and Matt broke down the upset victory and discussed the team’s upcoming schedule in the latest Testudo Times podcast.
Matt recapped a big weekend for Maryland across the NFL.
Maryland athletics posted a recap of the Terps’ magic Monday.
Maryland owned Monday:— Maryland Terrapins (@umterps) December 29, 2020
The Terps get the win of the night.
A Terp is the star of the night.
A Terp breaks it down to end the night.
Best school ever. pic.twitter.com/03aLgN4O9r
Maryland men’s basketball posted highlights from the team’s wild win.
Don't jump with @410D_.— Maryland Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) December 29, 2020
You'll get hurt. pic.twitter.com/QB9HSFpgnO
EA and Wiggs were on— Maryland Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) December 29, 2020
Your leading scorer and rebounder in Madison. pic.twitter.com/dThK8qoejs
The Terps added a special member to the team this Christmas.
Our Christmas present ❤️— Maryland Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) December 29, 2020
We were thrilled to welcome nine-year old Ben Snyder to our squad from @GoTeamIMPACT on Christmas Day. pic.twitter.com/RR1w3e3gU0
Maryland baseball posted a video from its latest practice.
Strollin’ into 2021 ♂️#DirtyTerps pic.twitter.com/si5JDti53w— Maryland Baseball (@TerpsBaseball) December 29, 2020