Garcia, O'Brien nad Rowson have all been granted their releases from the Maryland football program.
David Williams Releases Statement
"We have been informed by the Southeastern Conference that the Atlantic Coast Conference has filed a formal complaint involving Vanderbilt University football on behalf of one of its members. We are complying with SEC and Vanderbilt procedures and are conducting an investigation on the matter."
The Baltimore Sun reported today that Maryland had filed a complaint against Vanderbilt. The Sun also reported that head coach Randy Edsall had suddenly lifted all restrictions regarding what schools O'Brien, offensive lineman Max Garcia, and linebacker Mario Rowson could transfer.
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