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By "Barry Jacobs Fans' Guide to ACC Basketball" | January 31, 1998
Jan. 29, 1998: Gary Williams, Maryland at Duke. Final score: Duke 86, Maryland 59.Jan. 29, 1997: Gary Williams, Maryland at Florida State. Final score: Florida State 74, Maryland 70.Feb. 17, 1996: Pat Kennedy, Florida State at Clemson. Final score: Clemson 67, Florida State 59.Feb. 16, 1995: Rick Barnes, Clemson at North Carolina. Final score: North Carolina 66, Clemson 39.March 30, 1991: Dean Smith, North Carolina vs. Kansas (Final Four). Final score: Kansas 79, North Carolina 73.Jan. 5, 1977: Dean Smith, North Carolina vs. Clemson at Greensboro, N.C. Final score: North Carolina 91, Clemson 63.Jan.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 19, 2014
WASHINGTON  - Nikko Pontrello picked a good time to wake up from his mini-slumber. After being shut out in the first half, the junior attackman scored three goals in the final two quarters, including the game-winner with 51.4 seconds left to propel the No. 2 Loyola men's lacrosse team to a 10-9 victory over host Georgetown at Multi-Sport Field. An announced 517 braved showers and cool temperatures to watch the Greyhounds (7-1) extend their winning streak to seven. They have not dropped a game since a season-opening loss to Virginia on Feb. 6. Loyola has Pontrello to thank.
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September 12, 1993
When the Colts moved in 1984, I used to like to say Abe Lincoln was never in Indianapolis.The point was that Bob Irsay was fooling all the fans all the time into thinking he was eventually going to build a winner.Well, the fans are too sophisticated for that now even in Indianapolis. Guess which game attracted the lowest announced crowd in the opening game of the season Sunday? It was the the Dolphins-Colts at the Hoosier Dome. It attracted only 51,858. In Los Angeles, Al Davis didn't announce his crowd at the Los Angeles Coliseum, and it was listed at 50,000 estimated.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | March 7, 2014
In less than 90 seconds, the Navy men's lacrosse team turned a dogfight into a drubbing. The Midshipmen scored four goals in the first 84 seconds of the fourth quarter to forge a convincing, 11-3 victory over visiting Lafayette in a Patriot League showdown before an announced 552 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis on Friday night. With the win, Navy improved to 3-2 overall and 2-1 in the conference. It's the first time the team has had a winning record in the Patriot League since March 30, 2012, when the Mids were 3-2 in conference play.
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By VITO STELLINO | October 31, 1993
If you have a mortgage at NationsBank, you should call your friendly banker and tell him you want the Charlotte deal.NationsBank apparently restructured the debt to make the Charlotte deal work and is going to subsidize losses. Even Leonard "Boogie" Weinglass (who'll be on the CBS-TV pre-game show today) said he would have voted for Charlotte as long as it has a bank to guarantee it.As Rankin Smith, owner of the Atlanta Falcons, said: "They have a good bank." This is a new era in which having a bank is the criterion to getting a pro football team.
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By VITO STELLINO | September 19, 1993
So you assume the big topic of conversation at Redskin Park this week was about Cary Conklin and the wounded offensive line.You would be wrong.The real topic of conversation was the juicy stuff -- the subject that was the lead story on the 6 o'clock news in Washington on Wednesday and made the New York tabloids. Of course, it was the arrest of Jack Kent Cooke's fourth wife, Marlena, (described in a New York tabloid as a "Bolivian Bombshell") on a drunken-driving charge.They had videotape of her on TV being hauled into the police station in a black cocktail dress with her hands handcuffed behind her back.
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November 15, 1996
Opponent: Detroit PistonsSite: The Palace of Auburn Hills, Mich.Time: 7: 30TV/Radio: Ch. 50/WWRC (980 AM)Outlook: This is an opportunity for the Bullets to avenge a 92-79 loss earlier this week that was not as close as the final score indicated. The Pistons improved to 6-1 with Wednesday's overtime victory over the Denver Nuggets. Detroit is led by G Grant Hill, who is averaging 23.5 points and 9.7 rebounds. Washington, which scored just 30 points in the first half Tuesday against the Pistons, needs to get out and run -- something the team did well in the win over New Jersey on Wednesday.
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April 5, 2006
:01 Seconds left in the girls lacrosse game Friday when Winters Mill's Kristy Bosley scored to send the game against Century into overtime. Century's Jenny Steadman then scored the game-winner in overtime to lift the visiting Knights, 13-12. 1 Hit allowed by Westminster pitcher Megan Lahner in Friday's 1-0 win over visiting Urbana. 7 Hits in as many at-bats for South Carroll's Matt Greene to start the season. He was 10-for-14 heading into this week. 24-1 Final score in the Liberty boys lacrosse team's rout of North Hagerstown on Thursday.
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By Sloane Brown | October 24, 1999
Things were jumping on the basketball court at Morgan State University's Hill Field House, but the name of this game was "Gala 1999: Preparing Our Students for the New Millennium and Beyond." The uniform was black tie, and the evening's lineup included a performance by the Morgan State choir, a seated dinner and a little one-on-one on the dance floor.Among the more than 1,200 Morgan "fans" who turned out were Dr. Earl S. Richardson, MSU president; Barbara C. Hill, event chair; Beverly Booth Brown, event vice-chair; James Waddy, Elaine Clinton, Brenda Patterson and Mary Robinson, event committee members; Dave Johnson, MSU Foundation board president; John Griswold and Cheryl Hitchcock, board members; Stanley Mitchell, MSU football coach; Judge Robert Bell, chief of the Maryland Court of Appeals; and Bert Hash, president and CEO of the Municipal Employees Credit Union.
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December 11, 1993
A couple of weeks ago, a young member of the Redskins organization said people who wear Redskins hats in the upper deck at Camden Yards are often needled and told, "Go back to Fairfax."That's supposed to be in the past now. The Baltimore fans are being told to root for the Redskins now that owner Jack Kent Cooke wants to move the club to Laurel. A Washington Post columnist, Tony Kornheiser, even wrote last week, "In time, you will embrace the Redskins and try to get a ticket, just as we do."
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 14, 2014
Salisbury began the season on Sunday with a 14-3 rout of Greensboro without Luke Phipps, but the senior attackman will return for Saturday's home opener against Lynchburg. Phipps, who recorded nine goals and two assists as the fourth attackman last spring, slightly sprained his knee in the preseason, and coach Jim Berkman said the team opted to rest him rather than risk further injury. Phipps is expected to start on attack with senior Rhett DePol and sophomore Brady Dashiell. “[H]
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By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | December 20, 2013
Milford Mill struggled throughout much of the first three quarters of Friday's game at Randallstown, but everything changed when coach Mike Silverman made his team step up the defensive intensity. The Millers began pressuring the ball more and reeled off 14 straight points in about four minutes to take command, and No. 3 Milford Mill rolled to an 81-71 victory over No. 7 Randallstown in the Baltimore County matchup. It was the Millers' 91st-straight win in a county game. The start of the game was delayed nearly an hour as the junior varsity game before it went into overtime, and Milford Mill started slowly on offense.
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Peter Schmuck | September 14, 2013
With his team reeling from three straight losses and desperate to win every game possible over the final 2 ½ weeks of the regular season, Orioles manager Buck Showalter started unheralded backup catcher Steve Clevenger behind the plate instead of two-time All-Star and Gold Glove winner Matt Wieters in the opener of the three-game road series against the Toronto Blue Jays. It was one of those Buck-ball decisions that leaves fans scratching their heads, but the local kid made good and delivered a game-tying double in the seventh inning on Friday night at Rogers Centre to put the Orioles in position to collect that critical victory.
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Peter Schmuck | May 11, 2013
It was about this time last year - give or take a week - that it became apparent the Orioles had undergone some kind of karmic transformation. The exact date was May 6, 2012 and the team was at Fenway Park. Nobody has to tell a real fan the rest. Chris Davis came out of right field and shut out the Boston Red Sox for two innings. Adam Jones launched a three-run homer in the 17th to carry the Orioles back into first place in the American League East. That was the point in their turnaround season when everybody realized something really special was taking place.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | December 25, 2012
While Ryan and Gavin McTavish were growing up in Mount Airy, a chain reaction of three noises routinely came from their household. First, there was the repetitive thump of a bouncing basketball at the hoop near the front curb. Then came equally persistent yapping between the competitive brothers as they played 1-on-1 for hours. That ruckus prompted a third noise inside - the phone ringing. "The neighbors would call and say, 'Hey, I think your boys are fighting,'" said their mother, Maureen.
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By Edward Lee | February 21, 2012
Statistically, UMBC was superior to Robert Morris in shots (47-32), groundballs (38-27) and faceoffs (15-6). But in the end, the only numbers that mattered involved the final score. The visiting Colonials outlasted the Retrievers, 10-8, in the season opener for both teams Saturday, and the outcome - not the other categories - is what resonated with UMBC coach Don Zimmerman the most. “It's disappointing to lose no matter what the stats say,” he said Monday morning. “It just lets us know that we were there, and we had an opportunity to win the game.
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January 25, 2012
Right around now, the know-it-alls and armchair quarterbacks are busy whining that Billy Cundiff lost the AFC title game with his final missed field goal, or at the very least lost the chance to tie the game and possibly win. ("Left out," Jan. 23). This is nonsense. The whole team lost. Literally. Every pass under- or overthrown, every fumble, interception, sack and, yes, missed field goal contributed to the loss. And if the other team was scoring it was because they were allowed to move down the field into field goal or touchdown position.
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By Edward Lee | November 21, 2011
The final score of Sunday's AFC North showdown at M&T Bank Stadium shows that the Ravens defeated the Cincinnati Bengals, 31-24. But that doesn't mean that the Bengals agree that the Ravens are better. “In my mind, we're better than those teams,” Cincinnati tight end Jermaine Gresham said of the Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers, who have beaten the Bengals in back-to-back weeks. “They're great teams and everything, but I think big mistakes killed ourselves in some areas, and we just have to get better.” Gresham wasn't alone.
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