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.
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.