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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | November 23, 1995
They have played most of their college football careers in the shadows of others: Danny Kanell in the one cast by his predecessor at Florida State, Charlie Ward; Danny Wuerffel in the one cast by his coach at Florida, Steve Spurrier.But now these former recruiting buddies seem to have emerged, just as their teams are about to meet again in what has become one of the biggest and most significant rivalries in the sport. It will be renewed Saturday in Gainesville, as the sixth-ranked Seminoles try to stop the third-ranked Gators at "The Swamp."
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November 3, 2003
Sinking feeling Losers of four straight, the Raiders are off to their worst start since 1964, when they were 1-7-1. Second best Edgerrin James surpassed Marshall Faulk as the Colts' second-leading career rusher and has 5,369 yards. Lydell Mitchell holds the record with 5,487. Extra time Yesterday was the second time a Jets-Giants game was decided in overtime. The Jets won the first one, 26-20, at the Yale Bowl in 1974. Hit record The Buccaneers had at least one sack for the 68th consecutive game, tying the NFL record set by Dallas from 1976 to 1980.
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By VITO STELLINO | November 8, 1996
1. Green Bay: Don Beebe gives Packers a lift.2. San Francisco: Waiting for the Cowboys.3. Dallas: Can Barry Switzer finally beat the 49ers?4. Denver: John Elway hasn't lost his touch.5. Pittsburgh: Jerome Bettis would like to play the Rams again.6. Philadelphia: Ty Detmer may be for real.7. Buffalo: Old gang isn't ready to break up yet.8. New England: Moving fast up the charts.9. Washington: Not ready for prime time yet.10. Kansas City: Will try to slow down the Packers.11. Houston: Needs to work on field-goal protection.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | October 27, 2003
In a game dictated by old-school rules, the Ravens hammered in a daunting history lesson. Once again, Ray Lewis and the Ravens' defense smothered the Denver Broncos. Once again, running back Jamal Lewis ground them into submission. And, once again, for the fourth straight year, the Ravens owned them. By the end of the Ravens' 26-6 victory yesterday at M&T Bank Stadium, it was difficult for the record crowd of 69,721 to tell whether the Broncos were holding white towels or white flags.
SPORTS
November 3, 2003
Sinking feeling Losers of four straight, the Raiders are off to their worst start since 1964, when they were 1-7-1. Second best Edgerrin James surpassed Marshall Faulk as the Colts' second-leading career rusher and has 5,369 yards. Lydell Mitchell holds the record with 5,487. Extra time Yesterday was the second time a Jets-Giants game was decided in overtime. The Jets won the first one, 26-20, at the Yale Bowl in 1974. Hit record The Buccaneers had at least one sack for the 68th consecutive game, tying the NFL record set by Dallas from 1976 to 1980.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | October 27, 2003
In a game dictated by old-school rules, the Ravens hammered in a daunting history lesson. Once again, Ray Lewis and the Ravens' defense smothered the Denver Broncos. Once again, running back Jamal Lewis ground them into submission. And, once again, for the fourth straight year, the Ravens owned them. By the end of the Ravens' 26-6 victory yesterday at M&T Bank Stadium, it was difficult for the record crowd of 69,721 to tell whether the Broncos were holding white towels or white flags.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | August 15, 2001
CARLISLE, Pa. - With the incumbent starter nursing an ailing shoulder and the inexperienced backup nicked and ineffective, the Washington Redskins seem to be awfully calm about their quarterback situation, just three days before their second exhibition. That doesn't mean that coach Marty Schottenheimer isn't doing something about the matter. In fact, he brought in Danny Kanell (formerly a quarterback for the New York Giants and Atlanta Falcons) for a morning workout yesterday to see what he can offer the Redskins, what with Jeff George on the shelf with tendinitis in his throwing shoulder and Todd Husak nursing a strained oblique muscle near his left rib cage.
SPORTS
November 18, 1995
Maryland (6-4) at No. 6 Florida State (8-1)Time: NoonSite: Doak Campbell Stadium, Tallahassee, Fla.TV/Radio: Chs. 13, 50/WBAL (1090 AM)Outlook: Florida State has looked past Maryland the past two years, and it has reason to do so again. The Seminoles are 33-point favorites, and next week they're at Florida, a team they need to beat to face Nebraska in the Fiesta Bowl. Florida State also must defeat Maryland to share the Atlantic Coast Conference title with Virginia. QB Danny Kanell (216 of 324, 2,427 yards, 29 touchdowns)
SPORTS
September 17, 2000
Atlanta (1-1) at Carolina (1-1)Time: 1 p.m. Line: Panthers by 6 1/2 . Vs. spread: Falcons 1-1; Panthers 2-0. Series: Tied 5-5. Last meeting: Panthers won, 34-28, on Nov. 11, 1999, at Carolina. Outlook: The Falcons have allowed 70 points in two games, and it probably won't get any better against the Panthers, who look like the second-best team in the NFC West. Carolina has invested heavily in its defensive line, and if the line can mount a decent rush, the Panthers should get to Atlanta QB Chris Chandler.
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September 24, 2000
St. Louis (3-0) at Atlanta (2-1) Time: 1 p.m., Ch. 5. Line: Rams by 6 1/2 . Vs. spread: Rams 0-2; Falcons 2-1. Series: Rams lead 41-23-2. Last meeting: Rams won, 41-13, on Oct. 17, 1999, at Atlanta. Outlook: The Super Bowl champion Rams are flying on offense but have been scorched on defense, allowing nearly 400 yards a game and no fewer than 24 points in each of their three games. Atlanta was outscored 76-20 in two games against St. Louis last year. That is an average score of 38-10.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | August 15, 2001
CARLISLE, Pa. - With the incumbent starter nursing an ailing shoulder and the inexperienced backup nicked and ineffective, the Washington Redskins seem to be awfully calm about their quarterback situation, just three days before their second exhibition. That doesn't mean that coach Marty Schottenheimer isn't doing something about the matter. In fact, he brought in Danny Kanell (formerly a quarterback for the New York Giants and Atlanta Falcons) for a morning workout yesterday to see what he can offer the Redskins, what with Jeff George on the shelf with tendinitis in his throwing shoulder and Todd Husak nursing a strained oblique muscle near his left rib cage.
SPORTS
September 24, 2000
St. Louis (3-0) at Atlanta (2-1) Time: 1 p.m., Ch. 5. Line: Rams by 6 1/2 . Vs. spread: Rams 0-2; Falcons 2-1. Series: Rams lead 41-23-2. Last meeting: Rams won, 41-13, on Oct. 17, 1999, at Atlanta. Outlook: The Super Bowl champion Rams are flying on offense but have been scorched on defense, allowing nearly 400 yards a game and no fewer than 24 points in each of their three games. Atlanta was outscored 76-20 in two games against St. Louis last year. That is an average score of 38-10.
SPORTS
September 17, 2000
Atlanta (1-1) at Carolina (1-1)Time: 1 p.m. Line: Panthers by 6 1/2 . Vs. spread: Falcons 1-1; Panthers 2-0. Series: Tied 5-5. Last meeting: Panthers won, 34-28, on Nov. 11, 1999, at Carolina. Outlook: The Falcons have allowed 70 points in two games, and it probably won't get any better against the Panthers, who look like the second-best team in the NFC West. Carolina has invested heavily in its defensive line, and if the line can mount a decent rush, the Panthers should get to Atlanta QB Chris Chandler.
NEWS
By VITI STELLINO | November 15, 1996
1. Dallas: Will Barry Switzer keep hugging Troy Aikman after VTC wins?2. Green Bay: Can the Packers finally win in Big D?3. San Francisco: 49ers can't wait to shred the Ravens' defense.4. Denver: Broncos have a defense to go with John Elway.5. Buffalo: Bills won't go away.6. New England: Big test coming up against Denver.7. Pittsburgh: Steelers need to work on squib kicks.8. Philadelphia: Aiming for ninth straight vs. Redskins9. Kansas City: Greg Hill is giving running game a boost.10. Houston: Lame-duck team could make the playoffs.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | November 23, 1995
They have played most of their college football careers in the shadows of others: Danny Kanell in the one cast by his predecessor at Florida State, Charlie Ward; Danny Wuerffel in the one cast by his coach at Florida, Steve Spurrier.But now these former recruiting buddies seem to have emerged, just as their teams are about to meet again in what has become one of the biggest and most significant rivalries in the sport. It will be renewed Saturday in Gainesville, as the sixth-ranked Seminoles try to stop the third-ranked Gators at "The Swamp."
SPORTS
November 18, 1995
Maryland (6-4) at No. 6 Florida State (8-1)Time: NoonSite: Doak Campbell Stadium, Tallahassee, Fla.TV/Radio: Chs. 13, 50/WBAL (1090 AM)Outlook: Florida State has looked past Maryland the past two years, and it has reason to do so again. The Seminoles are 33-point favorites, and next week they're at Florida, a team they need to beat to face Nebraska in the Fiesta Bowl. Florida State also must defeat Maryland to share the Atlantic Coast Conference title with Virginia. QB Danny Kanell (216 of 324, 2,427 yards, 29 touchdowns)
SPORTS
November 8, 1993
MARYLAND (1-8)This Saturday: at North Carolina State, Carter-Finley Stadium, Raleigh, N.C., 12:10 p.m.Previous game: The Terps hung with No. 1 Florida State for 33 minutes, but the Seminoles scored the game's final three touchdowns and cruised to a 49-20 victory at Byrd Stadium. Florida State won its 16th straight game, an Atlantic Coast Conference record, and clinched its second ACC title in as many seasons. Maryland dropped into a tie for last with Wake Forest in the ACC. . . . North Carolina State (6-3)
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