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November 4, 2003
On October 30, 2003 BARBARA loving mother of Monica Foote, Renee Hudson-Fenner, Scott Allen, Derrick Williams and the late Kevin S. Hudson. She is also survived by five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Visitation Wednesday 3 to 8 p.m., 2140 N. Fulton Ave. The family will receive friends on Thursday at the Arlington Lewin U.M. Church, 5268 Reisterstown Rd. at 10:30 a.m. with funeral to follow at 11.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | May 6, 2011
At Arizona, Sean Miller's recruiting talents and coaching acumen have brought the Wildcats from turmoil to the brink of the Final Four. Now it appears the 42-year-old coach could be in position to drop what he built in Tucson to return to his East Coast roots and replace Gary Williams at Maryland. Miller, who currently earns a reported $1.4 million in a five-year deal that might soon include a two-year extension, has quickly emerged as a leading candidate on a short list for the Maryland job, sources close to Miller and familiar with Amateur Athletic Union teams in the Baltimore-Washington region said Friday.
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SPORTS
December 30, 2005
Penn State receiver Derrick Williams is doubtful for the Orange Bowl because of an arm injury that sidelined the freshman for two months. Coach Joe Paterno said yesterday that Williams, who has been out with a broken left arm, will sit out the No. 3 Nittany Lions' game against No. 22 Florida State on Tuesday. "Derrick Williams is worth a touchdown, but I doubt, really, if he'll play," Paterno said. Williams was a key player for Penn State's high-powered offense until breaking his arm in a 27-25 loss to Michigan on Oct. 15. He caught one touchdown pass and ran for three other scores.
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By Elliott Denman and Elliott Denman,Special to the Sun | August 27, 2007
OSAKA, Japan -- Tyson Gay got one of the biggest wins of his career yesterday when he won the 100-meter sprint at the track and field world championships. He defeated rivals Derrick Atkins of the Bahamas and Asafa Powell of Jamaica at Nagai Stadium. Bucking a slight headwind, Gay, a former University of Arkansas star, ran 9.85 seconds, Atkins 9.91 and Powell - who is the world record-holder at 9.77 - a subpar 9.96. "I was saying to myself basically that I'm the fastest in the world," Gay said.
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By HEATHER A. DINICH and HEATHER A. DINICH,SUN REPORTER | December 19, 2005
The letters came in the mail as frequently as credit card applications, sometimes as many as two or three a day. Each was addressed to Mount Hebron senior defensive lineman Aaron Maybin, handwritten and signed by Penn State assistant football coach Larry Johnson. May 1, 2005 Dear Aaron, Just a brief note to let you know how much I enjoyed watching you work out and run at Nike camp. I was really impressed with your attitude to be the best. Great job. I hope I get a chance to coach you. Hope all is well.
SPORTS
By Elliott Denman and Elliott Denman,Special to the Sun | August 27, 2007
OSAKA, Japan -- Tyson Gay got one of the biggest wins of his career yesterday when he won the 100-meter sprint at the track and field world championships. He defeated rivals Derrick Atkins of the Bahamas and Asafa Powell of Jamaica at Nagai Stadium. Bucking a slight headwind, Gay, a former University of Arkansas star, ran 9.85 seconds, Atkins 9.91 and Powell - who is the world record-holder at 9.77 - a subpar 9.96. "I was saying to myself basically that I'm the fastest in the world," Gay said.
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By HEATHER A. DINICH and HEATHER A. DINICH,BALTIMORESUN.COM STAFF | January 9, 2006
Jim, Moultrie, Ga.: It appears Coach Freidgen is a good coach but a poor recruiter. Why are so many potential recruits leaving and going elsewhere? Will Maryland football return to the big time? I am tired of my friends here in Georgia ragging me about my university's poor football proformance. Is his job safe? Heather A. Dinich: Hi Jim. Ralph isn't going to get them all, but you have to look at the reality of the situation. There is an unusually high amount of talent in the state this year - or so high school coaches have told me. It's hardly as if Maryland is the only school recruiting these kids.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | May 6, 2011
At Arizona, Sean Miller's recruiting talents and coaching acumen have brought the Wildcats from turmoil to the brink of the Final Four. Now it appears the 42-year-old coach could be in position to drop what he built in Tucson to return to his East Coast roots and replace Gary Williams at Maryland. Miller, who currently earns a reported $1.4 million in a five-year deal that might soon include a two-year extension, has quickly emerged as a leading candidate on a short list for the Maryland job, sources close to Miller and familiar with Amateur Athletic Union teams in the Baltimore-Washington region said Friday.
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June 28, 1992
BaseballDetroit Tigers -- Activated P John Doherty from the 15-day disabled list. Optioned OF Shawn Hare to Toledo of the International League.Los Angeles Dodgers -- Traded OF Kal Daniels to the Chicago Cubs for a player to be named later.Seattle Mariners -- Activated P Randy Johnson from the disabled list. Optioned P Eric Gunderson to Calgary of the Pacific Coast League.Texas Rangers -- Activated C Ivan Rodriguez from the 15-day disabled list. Designated C Russ McGinnis for assignment. Moved C John Russell from the 15-day to the 60-day disabled list.
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May 19, 2011
Cavs talking Turkey Dom Amore Hartford Courant After suffering a meek year after The LeBron Decision, Cleveland inherits the Earth, picking first and fourth. So they're not drafting a player, but a core, and it makes most sense for them to go point guard and big man, even if the latter is a project. They'll use that first pick on Duke's Kyrie Irving and the fourth pick on Enes Kanter, the 6-11 center who has been playing in Turkey. When you've already picked first you can afford a risk at No. 4. Arizona small forward Derrick Williams makes a lot of sense for the Timberwolves at No. 2. Point guard Brandon Knight makes sense for the Jazz at No. 3. The consensus has UConn's Kemba Walker going No. 7 to Sacramento.
SPORTS
By HEATHER A. DINICH and HEATHER A. DINICH,BALTIMORESUN.COM STAFF | January 9, 2006
Jim, Moultrie, Ga.: It appears Coach Freidgen is a good coach but a poor recruiter. Why are so many potential recruits leaving and going elsewhere? Will Maryland football return to the big time? I am tired of my friends here in Georgia ragging me about my university's poor football proformance. Is his job safe? Heather A. Dinich: Hi Jim. Ralph isn't going to get them all, but you have to look at the reality of the situation. There is an unusually high amount of talent in the state this year - or so high school coaches have told me. It's hardly as if Maryland is the only school recruiting these kids.
SPORTS
December 30, 2005
Penn State receiver Derrick Williams is doubtful for the Orange Bowl because of an arm injury that sidelined the freshman for two months. Coach Joe Paterno said yesterday that Williams, who has been out with a broken left arm, will sit out the No. 3 Nittany Lions' game against No. 22 Florida State on Tuesday. "Derrick Williams is worth a touchdown, but I doubt, really, if he'll play," Paterno said. Williams was a key player for Penn State's high-powered offense until breaking his arm in a 27-25 loss to Michigan on Oct. 15. He caught one touchdown pass and ran for three other scores.
SPORTS
By HEATHER A. DINICH and HEATHER A. DINICH,SUN REPORTER | December 19, 2005
The letters came in the mail as frequently as credit card applications, sometimes as many as two or three a day. Each was addressed to Mount Hebron senior defensive lineman Aaron Maybin, handwritten and signed by Penn State assistant football coach Larry Johnson. May 1, 2005 Dear Aaron, Just a brief note to let you know how much I enjoyed watching you work out and run at Nike camp. I was really impressed with your attitude to be the best. Great job. I hope I get a chance to coach you. Hope all is well.
NEWS
November 4, 2003
On October 30, 2003 BARBARA loving mother of Monica Foote, Renee Hudson-Fenner, Scott Allen, Derrick Williams and the late Kevin S. Hudson. She is also survived by five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Visitation Wednesday 3 to 8 p.m., 2140 N. Fulton Ave. The family will receive friends on Thursday at the Arlington Lewin U.M. Church, 5268 Reisterstown Rd. at 10:30 a.m. with funeral to follow at 11.
SPORTS
December 13, 2009
No. Name Pos. 2 Nick Harris P 4 Jason Hanson K 5 Drew Stanton QB 9 Matthew Stafford QB 11 Daunte Culpepper QB 12 Derrick Williams WR 18 Eric Fowler WR 21 Aaron Brown RB 23 Kevin Hobbs CB ...
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2011
NBA players sponsored by Baltimore-based Under Armour will be sporting their professional jerseys in upcoming ad campaigns for Under Armour footwear, under a partnership between the company and the National Basketball Association. The multi-year partnership between the league and the sports apparel company will allow the athletes to wear official NBA uniforms when promoting footwear in promotional campaigns, brand advertising and in-store promotions, Under Armour said Tuesday. NBA athletes with Under Armour endorsement deals include Brandon Jennings of the Milwaukee Bucks, Derrick Williams of the Minnesota Timberwolves, Kemba Walker of the Charlotte Bobcats and Greivis Vasquez of the Memphis Grizzlies.
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