William Weinbaum ESPN 

In an interview with ESPN's Heather Dinich Thu., Billy Murphy, lead attorney for the parents of the late Jordan McNair, said he was "blown away" by Maryland's acceptance of responsibility for the tragedy. He said he anticipates a prompt resolution of the issue of damages, or the matter will be taken to court.

William Weinbaum ESPN 

Martin McNair & Tonya Wilson, parents of the late Jordan McNair, told ESPN's Heather Dinich Thu. that it took a couple of hours for them to learn their son was taken to the hospital May 29 after suffering seizures. They said they were notified by Maryland's campus police.

McNair's parents heard full story from teammates (1:09)
McNair's father: Durkin 'should be relieved of his job' (0:50)
Finebaum doesn't like Canada's statement about Maryland's culture (0:46)
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Maryland regents to hold closed meeting Friday

The University of Maryland board of regents has called a special meeting Friday to receive updates about the school's actions in the wake of the June 13 death of football player Jordan McNair.

Terps interim coach: Players' health and safety 'is No. 1' (0:42)

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Nebraska senior receiver Stanley Morgan Jr. said Scott Frost's message to the team has been simple: No fear of failure. "And that's how we're going to bring back the old Nebraska," Morgan said.

Kellerman approves of Maryland's accountability in McNair's death (1:34)

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

They still grow ‘em big in the Nebraska Heartland.

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Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

The Nebraska defensive line getting in a little sled work.

Durkin's status at Maryland still uncertain (1:23)
Finebaum surprised by Maryland's accountability in McNair's death (1:31)
Maryland AD emotional in addressing McNair's death (1:05)
Maryland president emphatically promises to protect students (1:00)
Maryland accepts responsibility for McNair's death (1:04)