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University of Maryland President Wallace Loh leaves the House Appropriations Committee hearing room in Annapolis in November 2018. The hearing was called to examine how the university responded to the death of football player Jordan McNair. Loh announced that he will stay on as president until June 2020. Mark Gail for The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Michael Locksley, seen here in 2015 during a previous stint with the Maryland Terrapins, has been hired as head coach of the university's football team. He replaces DJ Durkin, whose tenure ended in controversy over a player's death earlier this year. Alex Goodlett/Getty Images hide caption

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James Brady, chairman of the University System of Maryland Board of Regents, speaking at a news conference on Oct. 30, resigned on Thursday after days of outrage over the board's recommendation that football head coach DJ Durkin retain his job. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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University of Maryland head coach DJ Durkin was fired on Wednesday, a day after officials announced he could keep his job. He is pictured in November 2016. Gregory Shamus/Getty Images hide caption

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University of Maryland President Wallace Loh, seen here in August, said Tuesday that he will retire in June 2019. Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Jordan McNair, seen playing high school football in 2016, died on June 13, 2018, two weeks after collapsing during a University of Maryland team workout. Baltimore Sun/TNS via Getty Images hide caption

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A general view as the University of Richmond (Va.) Spiders play the University of Maryland Terrapins at Byrd Stadium in College Park, Md. Patrick Smith/Getty Images hide caption

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Morgan Tuck of the Connecticut Huskies shoots against Shatori Walker-Kimbrough of the Maryland Terrapins during the NCAA women's Final Four in Tampa, Fla. Mike Carlson/Getty Images hide caption

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Raise your hand if you're not bored with winning: Connecticut's Breanna Stewart and teammates celebrate their 91-70 victory Monday over Dayton during a regional final game in the NCAA women's college basketball tournament in Albany, N.Y. The victory sent the team to its eighth straight Final Four, where it will pursue its third straight title. Mike Groll/AP hide caption

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