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Terps Leaving?

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According to ESPN and multiple sources, Maryland, and perhaps Rutgers, are in talks with the Big Ten. This is not going over well with everyone: Len Elmore is on record as saying it's a bad move and we're reasonably sure Gary Williams will agree with him. Some other alumns are reportedly very upset about the prospect.

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It would be a shame to lose Maryland. As much as they complain about the rest of the ACC, and in particular the North Carolina schools, they are a long-term part of this league. We'd miss them if they do leave.

All that aside, there's the question of their success in the Big Ten. Basketball has stabilized and the future is bright. But football? We're honestly not sure there's a team in the Big Ten they could beat anytime soon. But money talks.