December 20, 1998
Ravens run offense vs. Bears run defenseEven with starting tackles Jonathan Ogden and Orlando Brown questionable because of ankle injuries, the Ravens should have success against the Bears, who are allowing 127.2 yards a game on the ground, No. 22 in the league. If both tackles play, the Raven could roll up more than 150 rushing yards. -- EDGE -- RAVENSRavens pass offense vs. Bears pass defenseThe Bears play better pass defense than run, limiting the opposition to 207.5 yards per game. Cornerbacks Walt Harris and Terry Cousin are solid, but if the Ravens' offensive line gives quarterback Jim Harbaugh time, receivers Jermaine Lewis, Michael Jackson and Floyd Turner should have decent games.
April 29, 1993
Jeff Bzdelik, assistant coach and advance scout for the Washington Bullets, offers this analysis of the first round of the NBA playoffs:.. .. .. .. .. .. EASTERN CONFERENCE .. .. .New York (60-22) vs. Indiana (41-41) Guards: John Starks has a toughness that will help neutralize the Pacers' Reggie Miller. Doc Rivers and Vern Fleming are a wash at the point, both smart guards with playoff experience. Even.Center: Patrick Ewing vs. Rik Smits is a huge advantage for New York. Ewing is an intimidating low-post player while Smits has a good shooting touch, but a soft game.
July 30, 2003
An article in Friday's editions about revitalization along U.S. 1 and 40 should have noted that Manekin LLC is co-developing the Water's Edge corporate campus and will co-develop the Bulle Rock development, both in Harford County.
February 8, 2009
Big Show has quietly become one of the more compelling characters on SmackDown because of the ambiguous nature of his character as of late. He is booked as a heel, but at times he comes off as a cool babyface for being a thorn in the side of Edge. ( For more, go to baltimoresun.com/ringposts)
April 1, 2000
Point guard In a game in which controlling the pace is imperative, this matchup is crucial. In his third Final Four, Ed Cota is one of the nation's most experienced players. He must defend both starter Teddy Dupay and reserve Brett Nelson, a freshman from West Virginia, who have combined for 106 three-pointers. Edge: Even. Shooting guard The voters who kept Joe Forte off of their national all-freshman ballots are looking foolish, and the Tar Heels' top scorer will be closely marked by an assortment of Gators.