It’s that time of year. Struggling college football teams across the country had their seasons come to a close this past weekend. With no bowl hopes alive, their final games of the season have already been played.

At Maryland, that is indeed the case.

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The Terrapins started the season at 2-0, but finished by winning just one of their final 10 games. At 3-9, many can call the season a disappointment.

On Monday, news broke that twin Terrapin offensive linemen Breyon and Brandon Gaddy entered the NCAA transfer portal.

The 6-foot-5 twins were a part of DJ Durkin’s 2017 recruiting class. According to a source, the decision was a mutual one between them and current Terrapins head coach Mike Locksley.

Breyon appeared in 11 games last season before moving to offensive guard this season.