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By Kim Fernandez | January 18, 2013
Labragator in the house, ready to cheer on the Ravens this Sunday. Truth be told, she was less than amused at being dressed up in people clothes for a photo. When kickoff finally gets here, though, I have no doubt she'll be more than ready for some of our gameday snacks. And while I'll be tempted to share (those big brown eyes get me every time), the experts say I'd better be careful -- not all people snacks are OK for our pets. Trainer and T.V. star Cesar Millan says there are some treats that are fine for man and canine, including peanut butter, cooked chicken (if your dog isn't allergic -- Molly is, so this is off our list)
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | August 28, 2014
Maryland is hoping to have a successful debut in the Big Ten this year. With it, athletic department officials are hoping to enhance the experience of the fans both at Byrd Stadium and the recently renamed Xfinity Center. The athletic department announced Thursday that the giant videoboards at both venues have been upgraded for this season. There will be a new LED display at Byrd Stadium - including one with closed captioning - and side displays on a new Daktronic videoboard at the Xfinity Center.
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October 17, 2005
3 -- Turnovers committed by Browns 14:10 -- Ravens' edge in time of possession 150 -- Yards rushing by Ravens on 33 attempts 178 -- Ravens' edge in total yards in the first half.
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Peter Schmuck | September 18, 2013
One of these Sunday's the Ravens will get to play a football game that's just a football game, but they haven't yet and they won't this week. The first three weeks of the season have featured one emotion-bending subplot after another and this week the nostalgia will be coming from two directions when they face the Houston Texans. The Ravens will induct Ray Lewis into the Ring of Honor at halftime and no-doubt Hall of Famer Ed Reed is expected to start his first game at M&T Bank Stadium as an opposing player.
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By DON MARKUS | November 6, 2007
Turn out the lights After losing their fifth straight game on national television, and their second straight on Monday Night Football, the Ravens might want to ask the NFL to change their next two prime-time matchups - a Monday night game against the New England Patriots on Dec. 3 followed by the Indianapolis Colts on a Sunday night, Dec. 9. Second-hand smoked Cornerbacks Corey Ivy and Derrick Martin, not to mention nickel back David Pittman, were...
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September 11, 2006
OPPONENT -- Raiders Site -- M&T BANK STADIUM WHEN -- Sunday, 1 p.m. TV -- Ch. 13 RADIO -- 97.9 FM Line -- Off the board
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By MILTON KENT | January 16, 1995
BRISTOL, Conn. -- Which of the NFL pre-game show casts has been together the longest?Go to the head of the class if you picked the gang at ESPN's "NFL GameDay," the program that coordinating producer Bob Rauscher describes as "the pre-game show without a game."Starting with the nucleus of host Chris Berman and analyst Tom Jackson -- finishing up their eighth season together -- and adding Joe Theismann, Chris Mortensen and newcomer Phil Simms, to go along with a solid core of field reporters and production crew, you get a solid show each week.
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October 6, 2008
1 Ravens 3 Titans 0 The Ravens turned defensive tackle Justin Bannan's first career interception into points courtesy of a 38-yard field goal by Matt Stover. Cornerback Chris McAlister picked off another pass by Kerry Collins, and the Ravens ended the quarter with a successful challenge to reverse the initial ruling of an interception by David Thornton. Ravens: FG Stover 38, 5:52. 2 Ravens 3 Titans 3 The Titans returned the favor when free safety Michael Griffin stepped in front of a pass by Joe Flacco intended for wide receiver Demetrius Williams.
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By Kit Waskom Pollard and For The Baltimore Sun | January 30, 2013
Are you ready for some gumbo? At 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, February 3, when the Ravens take on the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII, much of Baltimore will be watching, either from their stadium seats in New Orleans or here at home. Ravens fans not lucky enough to have tickets to the big game still have plenty of reason to celebrate at home in Baltimore, and they can do so in N'awlins style. According to local chefs with Louisiana roots, the Big Easy's cuisine is tailor-made for parties.
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By Kim Fernandez | January 18, 2013
Labragator in the house, ready to cheer on the Ravens this Sunday. Truth be told, she was less than amused at being dressed up in people clothes for a photo. When kickoff finally gets here, though, I have no doubt she'll be more than ready for some of our gameday snacks. And while I'll be tempted to share (those big brown eyes get me every time), the experts say I'd better be careful -- not all people snacks are OK for our pets. Trainer and T.V. star Cesar Millan says there are some treats that are fine for man and canine, including peanut butter, cooked chicken (if your dog isn't allergic -- Molly is, so this is off our list)
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by Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | January 3, 2013
B&O Brasserie is amping up its Ravens love with playoff week specials. The bar will be serving 50-cent National Bohemians and the Hail Mary, a purple cocktail concocted by Head Bartender Brendan Dorr. Thomas Dunklin is bringing bar snacks like candied bacon deviled eggs, pork belly sliders and Gulf shrimp corn dogs. The specials are in effect all day long on Purple Friday (Jan. 4) and game-day Sunday. Midtown BBQ & Brew is promoting a free halftime buffet for Sunday's game along with beer and shooter specials.
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | December 7, 2012
While many Baltimoreans associate Shuckers of Fells Point with its outdoor patio and picturesque views of the harbor, it has long been a good, if underrated, place to watch a game. Like Looney's Pub in Canton, Shuckers separates itself from surrounding bars with its abundance of TVs. On Sunday, 40 flat-screen TVs will be on at a time, with most tuned (appropriately) to the Ravens' Battle of the Beltways against the Redskins. So even if you can't grab the comfortable leather couch in the back, there will still be plenty of seats and screens available.
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | November 1, 2012
For most Canton residents, the unassuming Hudson Street Stackhouse is the ultimate neighborhood bar for beer-loving hockey fans: It proudly supports the Washington Capitals. But the Stackhouse also makes an ideal place to watch a Ravens game. First and foremost, the Stackhouse - located near Safeway and sandwiched between rowhouses - is instantly comfortable. With its concrete floor, exposed brick walls and tin ceiling, the Stackhouse eschews a cheesy theme or flashy design, instead favoring a laid-back atmosphere that feels inviting and low-pressure.
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By Tim Williams and WJZ Meteorologist | January 12, 2012
Ravens fans attending Sunday's game will need to layer their purple. Despite partly sunny skies, downtown temperatures will climb to only about 38 degrees by late afternoon. At kickoff time, 1 p.m., expect 33 degrees and a light but chilly NW breeze. Gloves, thick socks and a few layers will be helpful. Ear muffs could serve double duty ... keeping ears warm as well as blocking the noise from the Ravens fanatics.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | November 25, 2011
It's a good thing I like the Muppets, because there was no escaping them Thursday on the NFL Network. Ads for their movie, “The Muppets” were all over the screen as sponsor of the NFL Network's “Gameday” show that started at 10 a.m. from Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium. And then, Kermit and the gang were back as sponsor of the pregame show at 8 p.m. Every time I looked at the screen Thursday, I saw a furry, crazed character. But that's OK, and not just because the Muppets make me smile.
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By Edward Lee | November 8, 2011
The Ravens' 23-20 win against the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday night has earned the team a new member with a familiar name on the bandwagon: Michael Irvin. The former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver and Hall of Famer was complimentary of the Ravens during Sunday night's NFL GameDay Final on the NFL Network. Irvin was especially impressed with quarterback Joe Flacco's decision-making and throws in capping a 92-yard game-winning drive with a 26-yard touchdown pass to rookie wide receiver Torrey Smith.
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