Maryland linebacker Isaiah Davis’ redshirt freshman season a year ago could’ve been defined by one play — a long-after-the-whistle late hit on Penn State kicker Joey Julius. Instead, Davis withstood its messy aftermath to finish the season in a much better place in terms of his future with the Terps.
That’s where Davis’ big brother played a role.
While being ejected from the team’s first loss last season and then being suspended by coach DJ Durkin the following week for a homecoming defeat to Minnesota certainly sent a message to the younger Davis, a stern lecture from Sean Davis might’ve made the biggest impact.
“My brother pretty much...