Roundup

July 18, 2009

Ravens

Tickets for regular-season home games sell out quickly

The team's supply of single-game tickets for eight regular-season home games sold out Friday morning in about one hour. Still available are fewer than 1,000 tickets for each of the team's two preseason games at M&T Bank Stadium: Aug. 13 against the Washington Redskins and Aug. 24 against the New York Jets. Tickets can be purchased by calling 410-261-7283 or visiting BaltimoreRavens.com or ticketmaster.com. The M&T Bank Stadium ticket office windows open Monday at 9 a.m., and will remain open through 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, until the end of the season.

- Ken Murray

Colleges

Ex-UM linebacker D'Atri dies at 46; Bzdelik talks with T'wolves

Former Maryland football player Pat D'Atri died suddenly Wednesday at the age of 46, according to the Cumberland Times-News. After a standout career at Fort Hill High, D'Atri moved on to College Park in 1981. He earned varsity letters during the 1984 and 1985 seasons. D'Atri, a linebacker, graduated from Maryland in 1986 with a bachelor's degree in graphic design. He owned and operated D'Atri Design, a graphic design firm in Cumberland, at the time of his death.

Colorado: : Athletic director Mike Bohn says men's basketball coach Jeff Bzdelik had a "casual" conversation with the Minnesota Timberwolves about their head coaching vacancy. Bohn told the Daily Camera in Boulder that he believes Bzdelik, a former UMBC coach, is committed to the Buffaloes. Any further discussions with the Timberwolves would require permission from Colorado. Bzdelik was on a recruiting trip Thursday and unavailable for comment. He told the Rocky Mountain Independent in Denver earlier Thursday that he spoke with Timberwolves general manager David Kahn at the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas. Bzdelik became the Denver Nuggets' coach for 2002-03 and was fired midway through the 2004-05 season. After the Nuggets, Bzdelik coached at Air Force and then Colorado.

- From Sun staff reports

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