Maryland has filled one vacant spot on its staff, the director of basketball operations, hiring former Jacksonville head coach Cliff Warren.
Maryland seemed to get the short end of the stick in its final ACC season. Louisville, on the other hand, looks to have scored a solid slate.
Maryland has scored a prime-time slot on the Big Ten Network, facing last year's conference champ, Michigan State, under the lights in November.
Maryland targeted ace recruiter Kenny Johnson for its open assistant position, but Johnson has reportedly chosen to take over at Louisville instead.