Now that Randy Edsall is settled in as Maryland's new head football coach, he has added four new assistant coaches to help him lead the Terrapins next season.
Greg Gattuso, Lyndon Johnson, David Walker and Andrew Wilson will be on the sidelines this season.
Gattuso spent the last six seasons at Pittsburgh and will become the defensive line coach. Johnson, who worked under Edsall at Connecticut, will run special teams and outside linebackers. Walker, who like Gattuso also coached at Pittsburgh, will oversee the running backs, while Wilson will join Esdall and Johnson from UConn and serve as the Terps' strength and conditioning coach.
Not all of Edsall's staff is new. Defensive coordinator Don Brown and wide receivers coach Lee Hull will hold over from Ralph Friedgen's staff.