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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | October 16, 2007
The Ravens have begun to work on a contingency plan if 10-time Pro Bowl selection Jonathan Ogden cannot play again this season. Paired with linebacker Ray Lewis, Ogden has been one of the cornerstones of the franchise since it moved to Baltimore for the 1996 season, but the coaching staff has started making preparations to finish the season without the left offensive tackle. The key, according to coach Brian Billick, will be whether the sprained left foot and hyperextended left big toe that have forced Ogden to miss the past five games will have healed when the Ravens return from their Week 8 bye and begin planning for the Nov. 5 game against the AFC North-leading Pittsburgh Steelers.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | October 7, 2014
In his first year as Morgan State's football coach Lee Hull has led guide the Bears to a 3-3 start and a 2-1 mark in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. It's the first time the program enters its bye week with a .500 overall record and a winning league mark since the 2011 squad went 5-3 overall and 4-1 in the MEAC before enjoying a weekend off. So, it's easy to see why Hull likes where the Bears are. “I think we're headed in the right direction,” he said Tuesday morning during his weekly conference call arranged by the MEAC.
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By Lou Cedrone | October 4, 1991
''Bye Bye Birdie,'' the touring revival of the 1960 musical starring Tommy Tune, will replace ''House of Flowers'' in the Morris A. Mechanic Theatre-Lyric Opera House 1991-92 schedule.''House of Flowers,'' with Patti LaBelle in the lead role, was to have played the Lyric Feb. 11 through March 8. The producers have postponed the tour, according to Hope Quackenbush, managing director of the Baltimore Center for the Performing Arts, which oversees the Mechanic.In ''Bye Bye Birdie,'' Tune plays the manager of rock singer Conrad Birdie, who, as a publicity stunt, will kiss a young lady on the "Ed Sullivan Show."
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | October 5, 2014
Maryland football players and coaches spent Sunday breaking down and critiquing their 52-24 loss Saturday to Ohio State at Byrd Stadium. Now the Terps hope to take advantage of their bye week before preparing for their Oct. 18 home game against Iowa. In particular, Maryland (4-2, 1-1 Big Ten Conference) will look to get as healthy as possible. Several players, including starting outside linebacker Matt Robinson (Atholton) and reserve defensive backs Zach Dancel and Daniel Ezeagwu, missed Saturday's game against the Buckeyes, now ranked No. 15. Starters such as inside linebackers Cole Farrand and L.A. Goree also have been playing through injuries.
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By Edward Lee | edward.lee@baltsun.com | January 14, 2010
- The Indianapolis Colts have taken the unusual step of preparing for Saturday night's AFC divisional playoff game against the Ravens by having their first-string offense square off against their first-string defense in practice. The Colts did this throughout the season, but coach Jim Caldwell said the intensity was ramped up during the team's three bye-week practices. "We always do a little bit every week," he said Tuesday. "I think that's important. We have a period, even today, that we'll go some ones versus ones.
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By KEN MURRAY | September 23, 2005
At 0-2, the Ravens can use it. At 2-0, the Washington Redskins would rather play on. The NFL's bye week hits the Baltimore-Washington area on Sunday. Both the Ravens and the Redskins will be inactive in the NFL's first week of byes. According to NFL spokesman Greg Aiello, a key factor in the Ravens' bye is a conflict with the Orioles, who play at Camden Yards on Sunday against the Boston Red Sox. In the Redskins' case, the Presidents Cup golf tournament will conclude Sunday. "That's how it worked out," Aiello said.
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September 10, 1999
September Song will present the musical "Bye Bye Birdie" at 8 p.m. Sept. 18, 24 and 25, and at 2: 30 p.m. Sept. 19 and 25 at Westminster High School."Birdie" is an Elvis Presley-like singer, played by Jim Gross, who is going into the military. Rick Richardson plays Birdie's manager, Albert Peterson, who is upset over the loss of his client.Peterson's secretary, Rose Alvarez, played by Nan Kaestner, dreams up a publicity stunt to get a typical American girl to kiss Birdie goodbye.Erin Howe plays the lucky girl, Kim McAfee, and Nancy Nazelrod and David Gamble play her parents.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | December 19, 1997
Drew Bledsoe fell into a trap last week, and now the New England Patriots have to try to climb out of a hole.The Patriots had a third-and-seven at midfield on Saturday, holding an eight-point lead over the Pittsburgh Steelers with 2: 10 left in the fourth quarter.All the Patriots had to do was hold the lead and they would have been playing the Miami Dolphins for a first-round bye in the playoffs Monday night.But Bledsoe didn't see Steelers lineman Kevin Henry and lofted a pass toward David Meggett that wound up in Henry's hands.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 29, 2014
While Centennial Conference teams Dickinson, Franklin & Marshall and Gettysburg battled for their playoff lives last weekend, Washington College had the weekend off after wrapping up a 13-1 overall record and an 8-0 league mark in the regular season with an 11-6 victory over Swarthmore on Wednesday. It was a welcomed break for the No. 6 Shoremen, coach Jeff Shirk said. “I do like the fact that we were able to give our guys a couple days off, having that bye,” he said on Monday.
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May 7, 1991
The University of Maryland (13-2) was seeded second and received a bye into the Final Four of the ninth annual National Collegiate Athletic Association women's lacrosse tournament, as the draws for Division I and Division III were announced yesterday. This will be the school's seventh tournament appearance.The University of Virginia (14-1) was seeded No. 1.This marks the second straight season the Terrapins have been given a pass into the semifinals. Last year, they defeated Loyola in the round of four, then lost to Harvard in the championship game.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | September 27, 2014
The Cincinnati Bengals have emerged as one of the top feel-good stories - on and off the field - through three games. Undefeated and atop the AFC North standings, the Bengals are the current front-runners in the division race. They're ranked first in the NFL in yards per pass and fewest sacks allowed. Their defense has allowed the fewest points in the league. Away from the field, they have received an outpouring of support for defensive tackle Devon Still and his 4-year-old daughter, Leah.
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Susan Reimer | August 27, 2014
Wow. That was fast. I distinctly remember thinking during the cool, wet spring that summer would never arrive. Now I flip open my calendar and see that Labor Day is Monday. My Facebook feed is filled with back-to-school pictures of children. Summer is over, and not just for the kids. I remember waiting for what seemed like forever for summer, for that distinctive smell of warming earth, for signs of life in the garden. For those first nights on the deck, watching for fireflies and the dark shadows of bats, flying and feeding.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 29, 2014
While Centennial Conference teams Dickinson, Franklin & Marshall and Gettysburg battled for their playoff lives last weekend, Washington College had the weekend off after wrapping up a 13-1 overall record and an 8-0 league mark in the regular season with an 11-6 victory over Swarthmore on Wednesday. It was a welcomed break for the No. 6 Shoremen, coach Jeff Shirk said. “I do like the fact that we were able to give our guys a couple days off, having that bye,” he said on Monday.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2014
The Little Italy restaurant formerly known Germano's Trattoria is now Germano's Piattini. Germano's was doing just fine as a trattoria, the owners said, but they wanted to keep one step ahead of changing tastes. So they revamped just about everything. The main dining areas in the restaurant were renovated last fall, and the menu was given a nearly complete overhaul. But really, the restaurant's whole approach to dining has changed. Dining at Germano's Trattoria was always a commitment to a full dinner, your basic Little Italy package of appetizer, entree and bottle of wine.
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April 12, 2014
Congratulations to Marriotts Ridge High School for an excellent production of "Bye, Bye Birdie. " The directors, cast and all those who were involved with the show should be very proud of themselves. I am very disappointed that the Columbia Flier did not cover this show. I always see articles about high school sports, but I rarely see an article about the arts. Please consider reporting about the shows and other arts. Sunny Cohen Columbia
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By Cal Thomas | January 11, 2014
One mark of a good song is that it makes Billboard's top 10 list. An even greater indicator is its staying power; whether it is remembered decades after it was a hit. Perhaps the highest accolade is whether the artist influences other musicians. All of these standards were met by the singing duo the Everly Brothers, one of whom, Phil, has died days shy of his 75th birthday. At age 16 I was a disc jockey for a suburban Washington, D.C., radio station. I hosted a weekend music program called "The Top Fifty Show.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN REPORTER | October 23, 2007
Limping into the bye week with a 4-3 record, coach Brian Billick acknowledged yesterday that the Ravens have left themselves "vulnerable." But he expressed confidence the Ravens can still make a playoff run and wants his players to focus on what awaits them when they return - a Monday Night Football game at Pittsburgh (4-2), where first place in the AFC North will be on the line. "All you can ever ask in this game is: Can I play a game that matters in November and December? Otherwise, you're just being greedy," Billick said.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 24, 2013
A day after achieving the program's 10-win season since 1983, the Towson football team found another reward with the No. 7 seed and a first-round bye in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision playoffs Sunday morning. The Tigers (10-2) will not play at Johnny Unitas Stadium in Towson until Dec. 7 at 1 p.m. They will await the winner of Saturday's first-round game between Sacred Heart (10-2) and Fordham (11-1). Coach Rob Ambrose said he felt confident that if Towson could defeat Colonial Athletic Association rival James Madison on Saturday -- as the team did with a 28-17 victory -- the NCAA selection committee would reward the Tigers.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 24, 2013
A day after achieving the program's 10-win season since 1983, the Towson football team found another reward with the No. 7 seed and a first-round bye in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision playoffs Sunday morning. The Tigers (10-2) will not play at Johnny Unitas Stadium in Towson until Dec. 7 at 1 p.m. They will await the winner of Saturday's first-round game between Sacred Heart (10-2) and Fordham (11-1). Coach Rob Ambrose said he felt confident that if Towson could defeat Colonial Athletic Association rival James Madison on Saturday -- as the team did with a 28-17 victory -- the NCAA selection committee would reward the Tigers.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | November 19, 2013
One of the benefits of earning a seed in the NCAA men's soccer tournament is a first-round bye. So while 32 teams battle in Thursday's first round, the other 16 teams can sit back and rest. It is a reward that No. 5 seed Maryland (13-3-5) intends to take full advantage of. After defeating Boston College, Clemson and Virginia in a span of six days to capture their second straight Atlantic Coast Conference tournament championship and their third in the last five years, the Terps are looking forward to replenishing their energy reserves and getting ready for Sunday's second-round game against either Providence (12-5-3)
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