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Topic - R.J. Dill
Name a way to inject some life into its rushing attack, and Maryland probably tried it in the last month.
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Nick Klemm didn't spend much of the past three years in the public eye. The offensive lineman was part of Maryland's field goal unit for half of last season, and he occasionally spelled starting tackles R.J. Dill and Max Garcia.
A dozen players with eligibility remaining left Maryland's football program since the end of a miserable 2-10 season in coach Randy Edsall's debut.
As national signing day arrives Wednesday, players who committed early to Maryland are sticking behind coach Randy Edsall as they prepare to make their commitments official.
Former Maryland offensive tackle R.J. Dill will complete his career at Rutgers.
Maryland right tackle R.J. Dill, a stalwart for the Terrapins over the last three seasons, said in an e-mail Monday he intends to leave the program.
Maryland's record slowly has come ever-closer to aligning with the forgettable 2-10 mark of two years ago.
The picture is one of many on Bill Gilbert's desk. His son, Justin, is wearing skullcap with the American flag, his face is slathered with eye black and he's preparing for what he believed would be one of many college football games he would play in at Maryland.
Coming off a 2-10 season and with only two years left on his contract, Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen feels pressure to win in 2010.