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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Jamison.Hensley@baltsun.com | December 18, 2009
The temperature for Sunday's game against the Chicago Bears is expected to be 38 degrees. That's perfect for the Ravens. In this decade, the Ravens are 8-0 at home when the game-time temperature dips below 40 degrees. Under coach John Harbaugh, the Ravens have dominated all three of these cold-weather games in Baltimore, outscoring their opponents 108-20 (that's an average score of 36-7). Their success in chilly conditions isn't happenstance. Harbaugh stresses beating the weather to his players.
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December 13, 2009
Mae Heinlein Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Green Bay.
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By Jamison Hensley and jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | December 11, 2009
L eading up to Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions, the Ravens were asked several times whether it would be an adjustment preparing for Daunte Culpepper instead of Matthew Stafford. But playing a team's backup quarterback has become a regular occurrence for the Ravens. This marks the 10th time during their past 44 games (dating to the 2007 season) that the Ravens will have faced a backup quarterback. The Ravens have taken advantage. Their record against backups is 7-2, including five straight wins.
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December 10, 2009
Bryquis Perine scored 22 points and Troy Cotton hit a key 3-pointer as host Wisconsin-Green Bay beat No. 20 Wisconsin 88-84 in overtime on Wednesday night. Rahmon Fletcher added 18 points for the Phoenix (9-2), who held off a second-half surge by the Badgers and took control in overtime. Trevon Hughes scored a career-high 27 points for the Badgers (6-2) but fouled out in overtime. The game was played despite a blizzard that forced the governor to close the Wisconsin university system throughout the state.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley , jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | December 6, 2009
In the days leading up to Monday night's game at Green Bay, the Ravens have been well schooled on the mystique of Lambeau Field, from Vince Lombardi to the Frozen Tundra to the devotion of the Packers' cheesehead-wearing fans. "You know what comes with Lambeau Field," linebacker Ray Lewis said. "You know the history behind it." The history that has gone unspoken - or perhaps that the Ravens want to forget - is the team's futility at NFC North stadiums. In their 14-year existence, the Ravens have never won at Green Bay, Chicago, Minnesota or Detroit, losing all six games.
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By Jamison Hensley | December 4, 2009
1 Ravens' pass rush can't get to Aaron Rodgers. The Packers have allowed an NFL-worst 44 sacks this season, but there's no guarantee that the Ravens will take advantage of it. They haven't recorded a sack in two games. 2 Green Bay cornerback Charles Woodson changes another game. The 12-year veteran has had his hand in six takeaways (three interceptions and three forced fumbles) in Green Bay's three-game winning streak. 3 Ravens struggle in first half again. Sure, the Ravens ended their six-game stretch without scoring an offensive touchdown in the first half.
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By From Sun news services | December 23, 2008
Robbie Gould kicked a 38-yard field goal with 11:28 left in overtime and the host Chicago Bears overcame frigid conditions and the Green Bay Packers for a 20-17 victory last night to stay in the running for the playoffs. Chicago's Alex Brown blocked Mason Crosby's 38-yard field-goal try with 18 seconds left to preserve a 17-17 tie and send the game into overtime. The temperature at Soldier Field was announced at 2 degrees, making it the coldest home game in Bears history since records started being kept in 1963.
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By Ray Frager | December 22, 2008
Packers@Bears 8:30 p.m. [ESPN] Chicago is running after Minnesota for the NFC North lead. Green Bay is running away from the television whenever New York Jets highlights come on. When these two rivals get together, you can throw out the records. The Packers certainly would like to throw out theirs.
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By From Sun staff reports | November 24, 2008
Chop Tang scored 16 points and had nine rebounds to lead Wisconsin-Green Bay past Morgan State, 71-54, yesterday in the Glenn Wilkes Classic in Daytona Beach, Fla. Tang converted all six of his free throws and Green Bay made 28-for-30 from the stripe. Green Bay (2-2) also got 15 points and seven rebounds from Randy Berry and 15 points from Mike Schachtner, who connected on seven of eight free throws. Morgan State (2-4) was led by Marquise Kately, who had 14 points, and Reggie Holmes, who scored 11 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.
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