Ex-Stanford players call D.J. Durkin, Jim Harbaugh 'terrible human beings'
Two former Stanford players are “glad to see” Maryland head coach D.J. Durkin exposed in wake of the recent report that detailed a toxic football culture in College Park.
Shortly after ESPN released its report on the alleged toxic culture surrounding the Maryland football program, two former football players who played for Durkin and Jim Harbaugh at Stanford, took to Facebook to share their thoughts.
C.J. Easter and Blaise Johnson, both former members of the Cardinal, referred to Durkin and Harbaugh as “terrible human beings” in a Facebook post.
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“I’m not really one to say negative things on the internet, but I’ll make an exception here,” Easter wrote. “I played for Durkin under Jim Harbaugh. They are both terrible human beings. Glad they to see them exposed.”
In the comments section, Johnson chimed in.
“I’ll back you on this. Terrible human. Glad he is exposed. Wish they would call me for an interview and I would tell the stories from Stanford as well.”
Easter and Johnson aren’t the only former players to speak out against Durkin. Earlier this week, former Michigan star Jabrill Peppers spoke on the Rich Eisen Show and referred to Durkin’s style as “bully coaching.”
Both Easter and Johnson played for Stanford in the mid-to-late 2000s.