Gary Williams to Announce Retirement: 5 Possible Replacements for Maryland

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Gary Williams to Announce Retirement: 5 Possible Replacements for Maryland
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After 22 seasons at the top of his game, Gary Williams is making it official today by announcing his retirement from the head coaching position at the University of Maryland—his alma mater.

A Jersey guy by birth, Williams became the figurehead of Terps basketball after taking the reigns at Maryland in 1989, just three years after the tragic death of legendary Terrapin, Len Bias.

After coaching the Terps to the Final Four in 2001, Williams led his squad to the promise land the very next year, bringing home the NCAA Championship in 2002.

Although Gary Williams has done more than enough to save his spot in College Park history, the show must go on, and here are five coaching options the Terps might pursue this summer.

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