Cato June is a former NFL football player who played his college ball at Michigan.

Cato joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Terps new football coach Michigan defensive coordinator D.J. Durkin.

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Steve asked Cato what impact a coaching change has on incoming recruits. Cato noted his experience with being recruited while a head coach took another job and how difficult it then becomes to commit to the same team, “I was in that situation when I was being recruited. I was going to play at North Carolina but Mack Brown, who was their head coach, left to become the head coach at the University of Texas. It’s a tough decision for a young kid to make.”

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Ed asked Cato about what the arrival of D.J. Durkin as head coach of Maryland means for Mike Locksley. Cato acknowledged the importance of Locksley to the program, “he’s plays a big part in keeping a lot of the local guys local. He’s a great recruiter, has an eye for talent and is a great coach. Hopefully we can keep him around at Maryland.”

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Cato went on to discuss the performance of Peyton Manning this season, whether Andrew Luck has taken a step back in his development, and which quarterback he would rather play with, Peyton Manning or Tom Brady.