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Hartsfield and Tate have played alongside each other the past two years - Hartsfield on the weak side, Tate at safety - and their familiarity is likely to help the Terps in their new-look defense.

That scheme, along with the rest of Maryland’s new look, debuts Monday. So, too, does the next chapter in the Terps’ substantial middle linebacker history.

“I feel like a lot of people are waiting for me to take that next step and be the next great linebacker here, and I’m ready to do that and I’m definitely going to do it this year,” Hartsfield said.

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