The Maryland football program is starting spring practice this month.
The full schedule, via the Terps' media relations staff, is below. It is subject to change.
The Terps are allowed 15 practices, including the public spring game on April 16. The practices need to take place over a 34-day period, except spring break days do not count against that total. So the Terps have about a month and a half to complete their spring slate, and indeed they'll take a total of about six weeks.
A team can hold a maximum of four practice days and 20 practice hours in a week. Maryland is spreading out its practices to three days per week and a total of about seven hours per week.
Maryland's spring practices are not open to the public, but they're occasionally open to media. The eventual spring game at Maryland Stadium is open to all, and it caps the Terps' spring before players get into personal offseason workouts ahead of training camp in the late summer.
Maryland's pro day for NFL Draft prospects is set for March 30.