The investigation surrounding the "toxic" culture at the University of Maryland's football team under head coach D.J. Durkin has concluded. But, results won't be revealed for another two weeks.
The University System Board of Regents will be briefed on the investigations on Friday, then meet in a closed session on Tuesday.
UPDATE: On Friday Univ. System of MD Board of Regents will be briefed on results of investigation into the culture of the #Terps football program. They will then meet again on Oct 23. By Oct 30 USM expects to "announce any initial decisions and/or recommendations from the board." pic.twitter.com/K5X5DBNYvo— Shawn Stepner (@StepnerWMAR) October 17, 2018
The investigation's findings are expected to released to the public at some point between Oct. 23 and Oct. 30. The report was allegedly going to be released "very soon" back on Sept. 21.
The reason for why the investigation has been longer is expected is because the scope of the review was vast and investigators wanted to interview as many of Maryland's players who played under Durkin.
Maryland’s Board of Regents will (finally) hear the results of the investigation into Terps football and DJ Durkin on Friday.— Testudo Times (@testudotimes) October 17, 2018
Any findings, "decisions" or "recommendations" will be announced sometime between Oct. 23 and Oct. 30. https://t.co/rJ5bA14HzS
As more information was released from interviews with players, investigators re-interviewed previous players to gather an accurate report.
Once the Board reviews the findings of the investigation, they will have major decisions to make. Will they fire Durkin, Athletic Director Damon Evans or other members of the coaching staff?
After waiting two months, everyone deserves answers and put this matter to rest.