Maryland football’s special teams coordinator and inside linebackers coach George Helow accepted a job at Michigan on Monday, according to multiple reports.
Helow, who left a successful four-year stint with Colorado State to join the Terps just a year ago, joins the Wolverines as a safeties coach under head coach Jim Harbaugh.
After finishing his playing career at Ole Miss, Helow joined Alabama’s program as a weight room intern before interning under then defensive coordinator Kirby Smart during the team’s 2012 BCS National Championship run. Alabama’s defense surrendered less than 11 points per game that season.
Helow made $325k in his position at Maryland last season, per the USA Today College Football Assistant Coaching Database. Bob Shoop, Michigan’s former safeties coach, made $450k, so Helow could have a big raise in store.
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Former Terp Stefon Diggs’ career year continues after the Buffalo Bills’ victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
Stef has 17 games of 6 or more receptions this season.— Maryland Terrapins (@umterps) January 18, 2021
He’s the only player in NFL history to do that pic.twitter.com/clSLla9RCW
Maryland women’s basketball moves to No. 7 in this week’s AP Top-25 poll.
Maryland women's basketball jumps 2 spots to No. 7 in the latest AP Top 25 Poll.@TerpsWBB (11-1) currently averages 92.5 PPG, ranking first in the country in scoring offense.— Lauren Rosh (@lauren_rosh) January 18, 2021
Maryland baseball looks to roll out another solid starting rotation this season, led by redshirt-sophomore Sean Burke. D1 Baseball’s fall report on the Terps can be found here.
"When thinking about Maryland’s success the past five or six years, it’s impossible not to think about some of the pitching staffs the program has put on the field year after year."— Maryland Baseball (@TerpsBaseball) January 18, 2021
The @d1baseball Fall Report: https://t.co/KcShHvROx0#DirtyTerps pic.twitter.com/y8zxMK7fyy