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By Sports Digest | November 27, 2009
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 30, 2014
COLLEGE PARK - When he's healthy, Braxton Miller is a star, a dynamic and multidimensional threat at quarterback and one of the top offensive weapons in the country. But even without Miller, who suffered a season-ending shoulder injury during preseason practice, Ohio State's offense is still gaining a lot of yards and scoring a lot of points in recent weeks. The play of Miller's replacement, redshirt freshman J.T. Barrett, is one of the primary reasons why. Slowing Barrett down and trying to force the young quarterback into mistakes will be key for Maryland heading into Saturday's game against No. 20 Ohio State at Byrd Stadium.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | March 22, 1993
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- With a little more than 10 minutes left in yesterday's game between No. 2 seed Cincinnati and No. 7 New Mexico State, a foul odor began to fill the air inside the Carrier Dome."
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2014
There wasn't much unpacking of the Ravens Week 1 loss to Cincinnati, given the Ray Rice story's explosion the following day. But the farther the team gets from that season-opening loss to the now 3-0 Bengals, the better it looks. I don't want to spoil my Week 3 Power Rankings, but Cincinnati might be the best team in the NFL. If I had a contract, it would obligate me to preface any mention of quarterback Andy Dalton by saying he hasn't won a playoff game. Now that I've said that, I'll add that he's still being Andy Dalton, with 240 yards passing per game and two touchdowns.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | February 19, 1995
CINCINNATI -- Danny Fortson longs to begin a basketball season healthy and unhassled."I can't remember what that's like," Fortson said, "but I do know one thing: It's going to be a good season when it happens."A precocious 18-year-old freshman with an abundance of offensive skills and a history of false starts, Fortson gradually has emerged as the most consistent player for Cincinnati, which challenges Maryland in the 7-Up Shootout at the Alamodome in San Antonio today.A 6-foot-7, 245-pound forward, Fortson is averaging 14.8 points and 7.4 rebounds, but he says those numbers would be better if not for his third straight shaky preseason.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Staff Writer | March 21, 1992
DAYTON, Ohio -- As the players on the Delaware basketball team left the court yesterday at the University of Dayton Arena, junior guard Ricky Deadwyler looked right into a television camera following their exit."
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By Stephanie Simon and Stephanie Simon,LOS ANGELES TIMES | December 4, 2003
Cincinnati's coroner ruled yesterday that the weekend death of Nathaniel Jones was a homicide, calling it the direct result of Jones' clash with six police officers who repeatedly struck him with nightsticks as they struggled to subdue him. The Hamilton County coroner, Dr. Carl L. Parrott Jr., quickly added that he was not implying the police had used excessive force. Calling the death a homicide, he said, "does not imply hostile or malign intent." But the fight with officers did stress - and, ultimately, stop - Jones' heart, which was already weakened by coronary disease, high blood pressure, obesity and the effects of cocaine and PCP, Parrott said.
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By Diane Pucin and Diane Pucin,Knight-Ridder News Service | March 30, 1992
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Cincinnati Bearcats are going to the Final Four with an attitude.Attack.Attack on offense. Attack on defense. Attack with your mouth. Attack with your eyes. Attack first. Attack last. And in between, attack.Yesterday, for the fourth time this season, the Bearcats beat Great Midwest Conference foe Memphis State. "Beat" isn't the proper word. The final score was 88-57. And the Bearcats were annoyed about those 57.Cincinnati, a school with a rich basketball tradition that had sort of stagnated since its last Final Four appearance, in 1963, is returning to the national championship chase with a vengeance.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | September 8, 1999
A 49-14 defeat to No. 10 Georgia Tech in the opener is not the kind of result to breed overconfidence, but Navy's football team at least figures to feel a lot better about its chances this weekend.The Midshipmen step down several notches to visit Kent, an opponent that has lost 14 straight games and was walloped, 41-3, by Cincinnati last Saturday."They have lost so many in a row, I don't think they'll come out flat," said Navy fullback Raheem Lambert. "You can't say it's too easy, but we definitely expect to win."
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | March 27, 1993
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- They lasted longer than Coppin State and New Mexico State, but the Virginia Cavaliers didn't stick around long enough to stop Cincinnati's roll through the NCAA East Regional.Maybe the Bearcats will finally get a severe test from North Carolina East Regionalin tomorrow's regional final, but they've done everything as planned through the first three rounds. The Cavaliers rallied in the second half and led with 11 minutes left before the relentless pressure that is the Bearcats' trademark under coach Bob Huggins produced a 71-54 victory at the Meadowlands Arena and a spot in the Elite Eight.
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Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | September 12, 2014
John Harbaugh walked toward the back of the bench to exhort the fans, wagged four fingers in the air to signal the start of the final quarter and welcomed big defensive tackle Haloti Ngata to the sideline with a flying chest bump that left the Ravens' head coach falling backward.   Despite one of the most trying weeks in franchise history, Harbaugh told general manager Ozzie Newsome on Wednesday that he sensed his team was ready to play well and was he ever prophetic. The Ravens broke the trend of close games against their biggest rival by dominating the Pittsburgh Steelers, 26-6, in front of an announced 71,181 at M&T Bank Stadium and a prime-time television audience.
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The Baltimore Sun | September 7, 2014
Baltimore Sun staff members give their thoughts on the Ravens ' game against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 1 of the 2014 NFL season. Jeff Zrebiec, reporter: It was 2013 all over again. The Ravens got off to a terrible start, Joe Flacco made a couple of head-scratching mistakes, and the Ravens totally abandoned their running game. Then, after a long touchdown pass to Steve Smith almost made it all not matter, their defense let down in the fourth quarter, another characteristic of last year's team.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | September 3, 2014
Each Wednesday, blogger Jon Meoli highlights five stats that really mean something for the Ravens. Seven - Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton was picked off seven times in two games against Baltimore, representing over a third of his regular season total of 21. Dalton has thrown 11 career interceptions against the Ravens, the most of any opponent. His 62.4 passer rating in six career games against the Ravens is third-worst against any team he has faced, and well down from his career mark of 85.7.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | September 3, 2014
No matter how well the Orioles do this season, perhaps the most improbable moment of 2014 for those who have followed this club over the past several years occurred in the third inning of the All-Star Game in Minnesota in July - and it had little to do with the current Orioles. Cincinnati Reds right-hander Alfredo Simon stepped on the mound at Target Field as a National League All-Star and faced Derek Jeter, Mike Trout, Robinson Cano and Miguel Cabrera. He retired three of the four - Jeter singled - for a scoreless inning.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | September 1, 2014
About eight months ago, the Ravens trudged off the field at Paul Brown Stadium, a 34-17 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals bringing an end to their season and their streak of five consecutive playoff appearances. Ravens coach John Harbaugh and his players have grown tired of hearing about the disappointing 2013 campaign. The 2014 Ravens are a completely different team, they say. The coaching staff has been overhauled. Some veterans moved on, and rookies and second-year players were elevated into starting roles.
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By Luke Broadwater and The Baltimore Sun | July 30, 2014
Baltimore finance director Harry Black is resigning to become the city manager of Cincinnati - the latest of at least six high-level departures from City Hall in a year. A Park Heights native, Black had been the city's finance director for about 21/2 years. He will be replaced by Finance Department deputy Henry Raymond, according to the mayor's office. Black's last day in Baltimore will be Aug. 20. His new job is pending approval of the Cincinnati City Council. “I would like to thank Mr. Black for his dedicated service to my administration and the City of Baltimore,” Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said in a statement.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Staff Writer | March 24, 1992
CINCINNATI -- They came here from backwater towns and big cities, junior colleges and other Division I schools. Each had something to prove, or someone to prove wrong. In most cases, the attraction was not so much the coach or the university itself, but the opportunity to show they could play major-college basketball.If the Cincinnati Bearcats earned grudging respect during a 25-4 regular season, ultimately rising to No. 12 in the national rankings, then this week's NCAA Midwest Regional in Kansas City, Mo., will get them the spotlight they long have coveted.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | March 24, 2000
BayRunners coach Terry Truax was proud yet disappointed with the outcome of last night's game. The proud feeling came from watching the BayRunners erase an 18-point deficit and have a chance to win. The disappointment came from the fact that they did not, losing 91-88 in front of 3,256 at Baltimore Arena. The BayRunners (13-31) had a chance with less than a minute left and the scored tied at 90 to take the lead in a game in which they trailed most of the way. But forward Anthony Tucker's shot in the paint with 23 seconds left missed, giving Cincinnati (33-13)
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Sports Digest | June 11, 2014
Colleges Milford Mill guard Jenifer commits to Cincinnati Milford Mill rising senior Justin Jenifer , an All-Metro first-team point guard, has committed to play basketball at Cincinnati. Jenifer averaged 17.3 points, 12 assists and five rebounds to lead the No. 6 Millers (18-6) to the Class 3A state semifinals last season. He also was named co-Baltimore County Player of the Year. As a sophomore, his first year at Milford Mill after spending his freshman season at John Carroll, he earned second-team All-Metro honors as the Millers captured the Class 3A state crown.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | June 11, 2014
Justin Jenifer picked the right time to have one of the best games of his young career. It was March 17, 2013, at Comcast Center, and Jenifer's Milford Mill squad had a date with Potomac, a D.C.-area power featuring four-star prospect and soon-to-be Maryland shooting guard commitment Dion Wiley . Jenifer, a 5-foot-10, 160-pound point guard, was up for the challenge. The wiry sophomore scored 17 points and added seven rebounds and seven assists in the Millers' 84-55 rout of the Wolverines.
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