As ugly as it has gotten in Terrapin land, it's time to look toward the future.
Second-year head coach Randy Edsall looks to climb out of the shambles that was 2011, and to do that, it's time to move forward.
Maryland has been in a state of total disorder in the last almost year-and-a-half. The Terps went from 9-4 in 2010, to 2-10 in 2011. This can mainly be attributed to quarterback Danny O'Brien's lack of motivation to play for anyone other than former offensive coordinator James Franklin.
After Franklin departed for Vanderbilt following the 2010 season, O'Brien was never the same. In 2010, he threw for over 2,400 yards and 22 touchdowns compared to eight interceptions. In 2011, he threw for just over 1,600 yards and seven touchdowns to 10 interceptions.
Ultimately, O'Brien has decided to transfer.
With this news, Edsall and company must hit the recruiting trail hard if they want to build this program back up to where it once was.
Here are the top 2013 in-state recruits that the Terps must nab.