Over the weekend, Maryland placed head coach DJ Durkin on administrative leave. The move came in response to a report from ESPN that dove into the "toxic" culture within the Maryland football program.
The report detailed the events that led to the death of Jordan McNair during a workout in late May. McNair died from heatstroke two weeks after the workout.
On Tuesday afternoon, Maryland held a press conference to discuss the alleged culture of the football program and apologize to the McNair family for their son's death. Athletic director Damon Evans announced the school parted ways with head strength coach Rick Court.
ESPN's Paul Finebaum doesn't think that's enough. Finebaum thinks head coach DJ Durkin should be fired as well.
Maryland announced an external review will look into the allegations of a "toxic" culture within the football program. A decision on Durkin's future with the program will likely come with the conclusion of the investigation - a preliminary timeline has been set for mid-September.
Maryland opens the 2018 college football season against Texas on September 1.