The Maryland Terrapins football team is experiencing something of an exodus as of late. Already nine players have transferred off the team and away from head coach Randy Edsall. In at least one case, it appears as though the Rutgers Scarlet Knights will benefit from Maryland's loss.
Offensive lineman R.J. Dill, who had started the last 30 games at right tackle for Maryland, announced he would be transferring a couple of weeks ago, but has finally chosen Rutgers as his destination school, according to Patrick Stevens of the Washington Times. Dill sent an email to the paper announcing his decision saying he is happy to end his search. he will be pursuing a graduate degree in labor relations while at Rutgers.
Many of the Maryland players were reportedly unhappy with the rules laid down by Edsall and his coaching staff. You can read more about the exodus and other Maryland offseason news at SB Nation DC.
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