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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | September 29, 1997
SAN DIEGO -- Kevin Gilbride knows how to exploit the Ravens' secondary.The San Diego Chargers coach was Jacksonville's offensive coordinator last year when the Jaguars stormed from behind in the fourth quarter to win both games against the Ravens.Gilbride, who had an assist from a former Ravens assistant, Mike Sheppard, who is now the Chargers' offensive coordinator, was up to his old tricks yesterday as he won the offense-defense chess match.He put together schemes that left the porous Ravens secondary looking bewildered, as Tony Martin ran free on what appeared to be busted coverages by the cornerbacks for three touchdown catches.
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August 18, 2009
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun reporter | May 24, 2008
After making the final four for the first time in 23 years last season, Pennsylvania's women's lacrosse team is going one step further this year. Rachel Manson scored the game-winner on a feed from Giulia Giordano with 42 seconds left in overtime to give the second-seeded Quakers a 9-8 victory over unseeded Duke in the NCAA Division I semifinals last night before an announced 6,300 at Johnny Unitas Stadium. Giordano set up for a free-position shot with 45 seconds left, but she saw Manson free on her right.
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By Dave Distel and Dave Distel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 25, 1997
SAN DIEGO -- If the Ravens are concerned about keeping the San Diego Chargers off the scoreboard Sunday, a less-than-daunting challenge so far for NFL defensive coordinators, they should know one thing: They must keep the ball out of Rodney Harrison's hands.But wait a minute, Rodney Harrison is a strong safety. He's not on offense. Why keep the ball out of his hands?After one-fourth of the season, the first under coach Kevin Gilbride with the "state-of-the-art" offense he imported from the Jacksonville Jaguars, Harrison shares the Chargers' lead in touchdowns with two. The offense, inoffensive as it is, has scored three touchdowns, two by rookie tight end Freddie Jones, from Landover, Md., via North Carolina.
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By Mike Preston | September 19, 1999
1 The Ravens have to do a better job of protecting the quarterback. St. Louis got a lot of pressure up the middle to disrupt Scott Mitchell's three-step drop last week, and the Steelers will try the same tactic.2 Stop Jerome Bettis. The Ravens have shut him down in the last couple of meetings. The key: Don't allow him to straighten up his shoulder pads at the line of scrimmage, thus stopping him from running north and south.3 The Ravens must put pressure on quarterback Kordell Stewart. Forget all the talk about new offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride.
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February 10, 2002
Baseball INDIANS: Agreed to terms with former Orioles P Jose Mercedes on a minor-league contract. Basketball NBA: Fined Philadelphia 76ers G Allen Iverson $10,000 for skipping Friday's media session for the All-Star Game. College MOUNT ST. MARY'S: Fired men's assistant basketball coach Don Anderson. PRAIRIE VIEW A&M: Signed football coach Larry Dorsey to two-year extension. WASHINGTON: Named Bobby Kennedy assistant football coach. Football BILLS: Named Kevin Gilbride offensive coordinator.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun reporter | May 24, 2008
After making the final four for the first time in 23 years last season, Pennsylvania's women's lacrosse team is going one step further this year. Rachel Manson scored the game-winner on a feed from Giulia Giordano with 42 seconds left in overtime to give the second-seeded Quakers a 9-8 victory over unseeded Duke in the NCAA Division I semifinals last night before an announced 6,300 at Johnny Unitas Stadium. Giordano set up for a free-position shot with 45 seconds left, but she saw Manson free on her right.
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By Jeff Rude and By Jeff Rude,Dallas Morning News | January 3, 1994
HOUSTON -- Muhammad Ali fought in the Astrodome years ago. So did Larry Holmes, another world heavyweight boxing champion.Then there was the bizarre fight of last night. That's when another marquee battler, Houston Oilers defensive coordinator Buddy Ryan, threw his fist into the ring.Ryan, though, didn't hit an opponent. He punched a fellow coach, offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride, on the left side of the face. During a game. During a shutout victory, 24-0, against the New York Jets. During the Oilers' record 11th consecutive victory.
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By Tim Cowlishaw and Tim Cowlishaw,Dallas Morning News | August 18, 1991
SAN ANTONIO -- This time last year, Warren Moon was, in his words, faking it. He was in charge of the Houston Oilers' new run-and-shoot offense. And after it failed to produce more than 10 points in preseason losses to the Detroit Lions and the New York Giants, he didn't think it would work."
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February 10, 2002
Baseball INDIANS: Agreed to terms with former Orioles P Jose Mercedes on a minor-league contract. Basketball NBA: Fined Philadelphia 76ers G Allen Iverson $10,000 for skipping Friday's media session for the All-Star Game. College MOUNT ST. MARY'S: Fired men's assistant basketball coach Don Anderson. PRAIRIE VIEW A&M: Signed football coach Larry Dorsey to two-year extension. WASHINGTON: Named Bobby Kennedy assistant football coach. Football BILLS: Named Kevin Gilbride offensive coordinator.
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By Mike Preston | September 19, 1999
1 The Ravens have to do a better job of protecting the quarterback. St. Louis got a lot of pressure up the middle to disrupt Scott Mitchell's three-step drop last week, and the Steelers will try the same tactic.2 Stop Jerome Bettis. The Ravens have shut him down in the last couple of meetings. The key: Don't allow him to straighten up his shoulder pads at the line of scrimmage, thus stopping him from running north and south.3 The Ravens must put pressure on quarterback Kordell Stewart. Forget all the talk about new offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | June 14, 1998
Veterans Thurman Thomas and Junior Seau proved last week that they have mastered the art of being their own spin doctors.When both skipped the start of their minicamps last week, it was assumed they were unhappy -- Thomas because he feels he's being phased out by the Buffalo Bills and Seau because the six-year, $27 million deal he signed last year with the San Diego Chargers is already obsolete.Although both made their points by being no-shows, they were savvy enough not to whine in public.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | September 29, 1997
SAN DIEGO -- Kevin Gilbride knows how to exploit the Ravens' secondary.The San Diego Chargers coach was Jacksonville's offensive coordinator last year when the Jaguars stormed from behind in the fourth quarter to win both games against the Ravens.Gilbride, who had an assist from a former Ravens assistant, Mike Sheppard, who is now the Chargers' offensive coordinator, was up to his old tricks yesterday as he won the offense-defense chess match.He put together schemes that left the porous Ravens secondary looking bewildered, as Tony Martin ran free on what appeared to be busted coverages by the cornerbacks for three touchdown catches.
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By Dave Distel and Dave Distel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 25, 1997
SAN DIEGO -- If the Ravens are concerned about keeping the San Diego Chargers off the scoreboard Sunday, a less-than-daunting challenge so far for NFL defensive coordinators, they should know one thing: They must keep the ball out of Rodney Harrison's hands.But wait a minute, Rodney Harrison is a strong safety. He's not on offense. Why keep the ball out of his hands?After one-fourth of the season, the first under coach Kevin Gilbride with the "state-of-the-art" offense he imported from the Jacksonville Jaguars, Harrison shares the Chargers' lead in touchdowns with two. The offense, inoffensive as it is, has scored three touchdowns, two by rookie tight end Freddie Jones, from Landover, Md., via North Carolina.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | February 27, 1997
After two attempts that failed to land him the promotion he sought, Ravens receivers coach Mike Sheppard found the right job in the right place yesterday when the San Diego Chargers hired him as their offensive coordinator.Sheppard, who had been considered for that position with Jacksonville and the New York Jets, will head back to his native Southern California to work under first-year Chargers coach Kevin Gilbride."Obviously, the West Coast was appealing to him. Plus, he'll get a chance to coordinate the offense and work with Kevin Gilbride," said Ozzie Newsome, the Ravens' vice president of player personnel.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | August 31, 1996
When the Jacksonville Jaguars were practicing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the start of training camp, Andre Rison broke free on one play and caught a long pass as the fans cheered.Rison even did a little dance to celebrate.But he didn't get any congratulations when he returned to the huddle.Instead, he heard offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride telling the players that free-lancing wouldn't be tolerated.It turned out that Rison was supposed to run a short pattern on that play.Rison's tendency to free-lance -- along with his habit of being late or missing meetings -- is one of the reasons he's on his third team in three years even though he leads all other seven-year veterans in receptions (522)
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | June 14, 1998
Veterans Thurman Thomas and Junior Seau proved last week that they have mastered the art of being their own spin doctors.When both skipped the start of their minicamps last week, it was assumed they were unhappy -- Thomas because he feels he's being phased out by the Buffalo Bills and Seau because the six-year, $27 million deal he signed last year with the San Diego Chargers is already obsolete.Although both made their points by being no-shows, they were savvy enough not to whine in public.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | August 31, 1996
When the Jacksonville Jaguars were practicing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the start of training camp, Andre Rison broke free on one play and caught a long pass as the fans cheered.Rison even did a little dance to celebrate.But he didn't get any congratulations when he returned to the huddle.Instead, he heard offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride telling the players that free-lancing wouldn't be tolerated.It turned out that Rison was supposed to run a short pattern on that play.Rison's tendency to free-lance -- along with his habit of being late or missing meetings -- is one of the reasons he's on his third team in three years even though he leads all other seven-year veterans in receptions (522)
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By MARTIN D. TULLAI | November 27, 1994
Kevin Gilbride and Buddy Ryan always will be remembered for their sideline fight when the two were assistant coaches with the Houston Oilers last season.Earlier this month, when Gilbride and his boss Jack Pardee were fired by Houston, Ryan, now the Arizona Cardinals' coach, rubbed salt in Gilbride's wound by saying: "I predicted that he'd be selling insurance in two years. It was a year early."Ryan seems to relish his reputation as a loudmouth. A few years ago, while coaching the Philadelphia Eagles, he caused a stir by telling the Redskins to bring body bags for their showdown with his team.
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