Mike London

5 things to watch for Maryland football spring practice

5 things to watch for Maryland football spring practice

The disappointment of the Maryland football team’s 4-8 record last season and the sting from a 66-3 home loss to Penn State in the finale could serve as a catalyst for a turnaround for the Terps in 2018.

It probably took third-year coach DJ Durkin a couple of months to get over both — if he has yet. Durkin and his revamped coaching staff will get started Monday with the first 15 spring practices.

Here are five things to look at between now and the Red-White game on April 14:

The improvement on the defensive line

If there was a consistent weak spot for the Terps last season, it was the lack of penetration along the defensive line after Jesse Aniebonam broke his...

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