Maryland’s Taulia Tagovailoa says he’ll be back next season


COLLEGE PARK, Maryland – Valuya Tagovailoa announced Wednesday that he is returning to Maryland to play next season.

Tagovailoa, who has many high school records, will try to help the Terrapins continue their recent rise under a coach. Michael Loxley. Maryland has won bowl games in each of the past two seasons after finishing below .500 in the previous six.

“When I came to Maryland, my goal was to help Coach Locksley turn this program around,” Tagovailoa said. “After winning two matches in a row, I think everything is going in the right direction. But we’re not done yet. I haven’t done it yet.”

The Turps went 8-5 last season and were competitive against both Michigan and Ohio State. Tagovailoa, brother of Miami Dolphins quarterback. Tua Tagovailoa, stabilized QB’s position in Maryland. He holds the program’s records for passing yards, games completed, pass completion percentage, touchdowns, and total fouls.

He also holds the single-season record for passing yards, completions, completion percentage, and touchdowns.

Maryland is also bringing back outstanding running back Roman Hemby and tight end Corey Dyches, albeit a wide receiver. Rakim Jarrett Decided to enter the NFL Draft.

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