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2016 lineman Michael Clark decommits from Terps

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Maryland lost another 2016 commit, this time a 3-star offensive lineman from Pennsylvania.

Football:

BREAKING: Offensive Lineman De-Commits from Maryland - InsideMDSports
Pennsylvania offensive tackle Michael Clark has de-committed from Maryland. This may not be a reason to panic, as the Terps have secured many highly touted OL commits in recent weeks to fill the void.

Terps OC Walt Bell Looking for a "Stockbroker" Behind Center
"We have a style and a system that people know. It’s going to be fast, we’re going to spread the football field. Now it just becomes with what type of bodies," Bell said. "Who the quarterback is going to be, who can win, who are our playmakers? We have to identify all those things … once we know those things, then we can start to (say) ‘this is what we’re going to do and this is why we’re doing it.’"
It sounds like Bell has an idea of what he wants to do but wants to also adjust to the type of players available to him, which is smart.

Basketball:

Michigan upsets Maryland in Ann Arbor: 5 things you need to know | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Maryland once again came out of the gates limping a little bit, struggling to find their grove early in the game. But, it was perhaps Michigan's hot shooting at the beginning of the game that had more to due with the Terps loss.

Well Balanced - The Star Democrat - Easton, Maryland: Sports
The Maryland men's basketball team is doing a good job finding balance throughout the roster on a team ripe with talent.

Maryland basketball off to best-ever start as players sacrifice to become more 'complete' - Baltimore Sun
Again, as cliche as it may sound, focusing on the team, rather than the individual as led to the Terps garnering a lot of success halfway through the season.

Bracketology: See where your Big Ten team lands on updated mocks " Big Ten Network
The Terps yet again hold onto a two seed in the Big Ten Networks updated bracketology. This could potentially take a hit after last nights defeat in Ann Arbor.

Glenn Younes: Possible Pitfalls For Melo Trimble, Terps
This was recorded before last nights game against Michigan, perhaps Mr. Younes was onto something.

Other sports news

John Calipari reportedly wants $120 million to return to the Nets. Should Brooklyn go for it? - SBNation.com
The Nets are considering handing John Calipari millions of dollars to coach their basketball team...again, a job in which he failed quite miserably at two decades ago. I for one say go for it!

Final college football rankings: Alabama, Clemson top post-Championship AP Poll - SBNation.com
Alabama football won another National Championship.