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ATH Reacts To The Maryland Press Conference

Tony Reali and the national panel offer their thoughts on the President & Athletic Director of Maryland University's comments during the press conference for Jordan McNair and much more.

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)
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12hHeather Dinich

Maryland accepts responsibility in McNair death

The University of Maryland has parted ways with assistant AD for sports performance Rick Court in the wake of "mistakes" that led to the death of Jordan McNair.

McNair's family lawyer calls for Durkin to be fired (1:17)
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3dHeather Dinich

McNair attorney calls for Terps to fire Durkin

An attorney representing the family of Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair says his death could have been prevented and that the coaching staff showed "absolute indifference" toward McNair's life.

Canada to serve as interim coach at Maryland (0:43)
Rittenberg doesn't expect Durkin to return to Maryland (0:58)
Durkin's relationship with strength coach proved problematic (1:07)
Three Maryland staffers placed on leave amid review (0:49)
Toxic culture surrounding Maryland football (1:17)
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4dHeather Dinich and Adam Rittenberg

Sources: Terps trainers, strength coach on leave

Maryland has placed two athletic trainers and a strength coach on administrative leave as the school continues its review of the circumstances surrounding the death of offensive lineman Jordan McNair, sources told ESPN.

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4dHeather Dinich, Adam Rittenberg and Tom VanHaaren

The inside story of a toxic culture at Maryland football

Current Maryland players describe a culture of fear and intimidation within the football program in the run-up to offensive lineman Jordan McNair's death.

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4dHeather Dinich

Sources: Terps OL had visible issues pre-collapse

Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair showed signs of extreme exhaustion, had difficulty standing upright while running sprints and had a temperature of 106 degrees before he died of heatstroke, multiple sources told ESPN.

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11dHeather Dinich

Final review in McNair death expected Sept. 15

The final report in the external review of Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair's death in June is expected by university officials on Sept. 15.

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21dDan Murphy

Durkin confident in policies despite McNair death

Maryland football coach D.J. Durkin said he's confident in his staff and their safety procedures in the wake of former player Jordan McNair's death after a summer workout last month.

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50dHeather Dinich

Maryland introduces AD Evans, mourns McNair

University of Maryland officials struck a balance between celebratory and somber on Tuesday as they officially introduced Damon Evans as their new athletic director while also still mourning the death of 19-year-old football player Jordan McNair.

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