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Player Team Starts Record Comp. Att. Comp% Yards TDs INTs Joe Flacco Ravens 80 54-26 1,507 2,489 60.5 17,633 102 56 Eli Manning Giants 71 42-29 1,276 2,284 55.8 14,623 98 74 Player Team Starts Record Comp. Att. Comp% Yards TDs INTs Joe Flacco Ravens 13 9-4 207 373 55.5 2,672 19 8 Eli Manning Giants 11 8-3 219 356 61.5 2,516 17 8
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 22, 2014
Maryland released an updated depth chart Monday in advance of Saturday's game at Indiana. Here are the changes: * Sophomore P.J. Gallo and redshirt freshman Derrick Hayward are listed as co-starters at tight end after starter Andrew Isaacs suffered a season-ending knee injury against Syracuse on Saturday. Gallo was the first to enter after Isaacs got hurt and had one catch for 11 yards. * Sophomore running back Wes Brown is listed on Maryland's two-deep for the first time this season.
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By KEN MURRAY | April 26, 2009
Given the urgency of teams at the top of the draft to trade back, there was a lot of talk about the draft-value chart. Personnel director Eric DeCosta said the Ravens don't follow the chart but use their own as a guideline. (For more, go to baltimoresun.com/ravensblog)
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 15, 2014
One of the top-rated members of Maryland's past recruiting class could see some playing time when the Terps play Syracuse on Saturday. Freshman wide receiver Juwann Winfree had some standout moments during preseason practice and has progressed to the point that he was listed on the two-deep when Maryland released its updated depth chart Monday. The 6-foot-2, 195-pound Winfree, who was ranked as a four-star prospect, was named the Terps' offensive scout team player of the week last week.
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April 30, 1992
The Department of Agriculture's new dietary chart is not worth the money spent for an extra year of study on it, according to 82 percent of callers to SUNDIAL, or 185 out of 225. Forty callers (17 percent) say it was worth it.Most callers (167 out of 220, or nearly 76 percent) say the new chart will not have an impact on the way they eat, while 53 lTC callers (24 percent) say it will.
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September 26, 2013
Tuesday night, Gov. Martin O'Malley sent out this tweet: "Here's the chart about violent crime in Baltimore that the Baltimore Sun is unwilling to publish: http://www. governor.maryland.gov/documents/crim e_arrests.pdf   … " In case you're wondering what the story is, here's the explanation. Last week, The Sun ran a story reporting that Governor O'Malley had become increasingly outspoken about his belief that the rise in violent crime in Baltimore this year is the result of the significant decline in the number of arrests in the city during the last few years.
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By WILEY A. HALL | March 10, 1994
The hottest single at the Record Town music store in Mondawmin Mall is "Power of Love" by Celine Dion. I know this because Record Town posts a list of its top 20 singles for the convenience of customers.Salt 'N Pepa, Bryan Adams and Ace of Base made the list. So did Culture Beat and Toni Braxton and Queen Latifah. But I stare at the posted chart -- and stare at it some more. I get real close and squint and stare again. But try as I might, I can't find anything there by the notorious rap group 2 Live Crew.
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | July 31, 2003
With five separate votes, a series so technically convoluted that the process provoked chuckles from several of the members, the Howard County Council unanimously approved a new school enrollment chart yesterday that will limit development around crowded county elementary and middle schools in 2006. "Is everybody still with us?" east Columbia Democrat David A. Rakes asked at one point, as Chairman Guy Guzzone, a North Laurel-Savage Democrat laughed, saying, "I just want it to be legal."
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By Annie Linskey and Annie Linskey,SUN STAFF | March 18, 2004
Its very appearance can cause a sweat. Or outrageous bursts of non-work-related research. It can trigger spontaneous plagiarism from the desks of office mates. It is, of course, the NCAA tournament chart - the brackets - used to help basketball fans bet on the college games in office pools. When it shows up on printers and copiers, the symbolism is unmistakable: March Madness has arrived. But what gives the symbol its awesome power? Does the magic lie in its art or its function? "There are 64 teams - anything that can go from 64 to two is a marvel in how simple it is," said Cary Murnion, a partner at Honest, a New York design firm, who likened the chart to a hieroglyph for the basketball tournament.
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By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,SUN STAFF | May 25, 2003
New enrollment projections reluctantly approved by the Howard County Board of Education last week could reopen the development floodgates around 12 schools, lead to more redistricting in the next month and cause the planned northeastern elementary school to be deferred. The figures have a hefty impact that could be devastating if they're inaccurate, board members said - and history suggests they probably are. "It's such an imperfect chart that you have to question whether we should just scrap the whole thing and start over," board member Courtney Watson said.
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | August 25, 2014
The winners of all of the Terps' positional battles became clear by the final week of preseason practice, but Maryland released its depth chart Monday. Here are a few notes from the depth chart: ** Stefon Diggs will handle kickoff returns, backed up by promising redshirt freshman Taivon Jacobs. Cornerback Will Likely will be the primary punt returner. ** Junior Alvin Hill beat out senior Jeremiah Johnson for the starting cornerback job opposite Likely. Sophomore Jarrett Ross will be the Terps' fourth cornerback.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2014
Towson released its first depth chart of the preseason Friday, and there were a couple notable surprises. The first entails the free safety position. Junior Christian Carpenter, an Aberdeen native and graduate who was a first-team All-Colonial Athletic Association selection last season, is second on the depth chart. Carpenter, who tied then-sophomore strong safety Donnell Lewis for the team lead in interceptions with four and ranked fourth in tackles with 98, has been leapfrogged by redshirt sophomore Jordan Mynatt.
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | August 19, 2014
COLLEGE PARK -- Maryland will scrimmage Wednesday before wrapping up preseason practice Thursday, but Tuesday's morning session was the last practice of camp that was open to the media. Here are some notes: * Coach Randy Edsall reiterated that Brandon Ross is Maryland's top running back. He also said Albert Reid is currently No. 2 on the depth chart, while Wes Brown is No. 3. “We are going to continue to look at it and continue to evaluate it,” Edsall said. “We've got a couple more days here, and we'll see where it all shakes out. Those guys are working hard and doing a good job. Hopefully they can continue to do that.” * Edsall was highly complimentary of senior outside linebacker Matt Robinson.
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By Jordan Bartel and The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2014
Around this time 18 years ago, George R. R. Martin published "A Game of Thrones," NASA announced there may have once been life on Mars and these were the most popular songs, via Billboard's Hot 100 chart archive. 10. "Loungin," LL Cool J Before he was "NCIS: Los Angeles"-ing on CBS, LL Cool J was still putting out raunchy tracks like this follow-up to "Doin' It. " Apparently, LL didn't believe in the use of apostrophes in 1996. 9. "You Learn"/"You Oughta Know," Alanis Morissette "You Learn" was Morisette's fifth single from her massively popular album, "Jagged Little Pill.
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By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | June 9, 2014
First in a series of profiles of candidates for governor Republican Larry Hogan isn't pledging to turn deep-blue Maryland red if he's elected governor. He doesn't even hold out much hope for purple. He just thinks that if he can win his party's primary, he can beat the Democratic nominee and fundamentally change the way the state does business. Since becoming the last Republican to jump into the 2014 governor's race in January, he has surged past his three rivals in both fundraising and the polls.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2014
On the surface, the transition that Ravens' second-year offensive lineman Ryan Jensen is attempting to make looks like a daunting task. Jensen, however, looks at it more like a great opportunity. Ravens officials approached Jensen, who was initially being groomed as a center, earlier this offseason and told him that they'd like him to move outside and give offensive tackle a try. To Jensen, it was a no-brainer. The Ravens already had four other centers on their roster, including Jeremy Zuttah who was acquired from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in March to start.
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By Jordan Bartel | February 19, 2014
10. 'Navy Blue,' Diane Renay I'm suggesting this as the Naval Academy's new fight song. 9. 'What Kind of Fool (Do You Think I Am),' the Tams Is there a more rational way to end a relationship than to say, "You build me up then you let me down"? 8. 'California Sun,' the Rivieras This one is popular, of course. It has been covered by, among others, the Ramones, Los Straitjackets and, yes, Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys (well, on the "Curious George 2" movie soundtrack album, but it still counts)
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