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MM 4.29: Late Night with Locks continues providing quality quarantine content

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

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Maryland football head coach Mike Locksley launched a live show during the COVID-19 pandemic to bring people together and provide content when people need it most.

Locksley teamed up with NBC Sports Washington to start a twice-weekly show on his Instagram (@CoachLocks) every Tuesday and Friday at 7 p.m.

The show generally ranges from 30 minutes to an hour and includes guests from all areas of the sports world. Maryland names such as Brenda Frese, EJ Henderson and Vernon Davis have coincided with DMV stars like Ryan Zimmerman and Tom Wilson along with some of Locksley’s former players at Alabama including Tua Tagovailoa, Jalen Hurts and Jerry Jeudy.

Tuesday night, Wilson talked about his quarantine back in Canada, early memories with the Washington Capitals and how he developed his reputation as a physical player. Darrius Heyward-Bey discussed getting into movies in his down time and what it was like to be drafted No. 7 overall by the then-Oakland Raiders, while Vernon Davis and Locksley shared some fun family memories and more.

Those looking to catch future episode should keep and eye on Locksley’s Twitter (@CoachLocks), and past episodes can be found in full on the NBC Sports Washington Facebook page.

In other news

The Testudo Times basketball bracket is down to the championship. Len Bias v. Juan Dixon. Who ya got?

Cody took an in-depth look at how Antoine Brooks Jr. and Anthony McFarland Jr. can fit in with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Maryland men’s basketball is continuing to count down the top plays of the 2019-20 season.

Maryland women’s basketball is taking a look back at its top moments as well.

Maryland football transfer Fofie Bazzie officially announced his move to play at Kent State.

The NCAA is set to discuss the name, image and likeness issue Wednesday.

Maryland men’s lacrosse posted a throwback to the 2003 season.

Maryland women’s lacrosse head coach Cathy Reese appeared on this week’s episode of “Overtime with Paul Carcaterra,” where she discussed her coaching philosophy, how much she misses her players, and more.