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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | October 12, 2010
Each Wednesday we'll bring you a Q&A with a Ravens player to help you learn a little more about the team. Today's guest is fourth-year offensive tackle Marshal Yanda, who talks about his development since being thrown into action as a rookie, a devastating knee injury his second year and a hit he made on an unsuspecting Iowa State player while at Iowa that still gets hits on YouTube. Question: Does your recent performance against the Pittsburgh Steelers and LaMarr Woodley a benchmark of sorts in your career?
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By Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2010
Cincinnati Bengals Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oklahoma (1st round, 21st overall) Carlos Dunlap, DE, Florida (2nd round, 54th overall) Jordan Shipley, WR, Texas (3rd round, 84th overall) Brandon Ghee, CB, Wake Forest (3rd round, 96th overall) Geno Atkins, DT, Georgia (4th round, 120th overall) Roddrick Muckelroy, ILB, Texas (4th round, 131st overall) Otis Hudson, OG, Eastern Illinois (5th round, 152nd overall) Dezmon Briscoe, WR, Kansas (6th round, 191st overall)
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By John Altavilla and Tribune newspapers | March 29, 2010
DAYTON, Ohio - For the first time in its history, Florida State's women's basketball program advanced to the Elite Eight on Sunday after outlasting Mississippi State 74-71 in the Dayton Regional semifinals. "We're trying to establish something here that is stronger than anything we could do in one season," coach Sue Semrau said. "This win, this appearance in the Elite Eight, will help us continue our goal of being a (perennial) national contender." But instead of being able to celebrate the greatest team accomplishment on Semrau's watch, the Seminoles (29-5)
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By Sports on TV | March 28, 2010
TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS NASCAR Sprint Cup Goody's 500 45, 5 Noon IndyCar Izod Series@St. Petersburg 2, 7 3:30 MLB ex. Minnesota@Boston MLB 1 Cleveland@Angels (T) MLB 5 Cubs@Seattle (T) MLB 9 M. bask. NCAA regional final: Mich. St. vs. Tenn. 13, 9 2 NCAA regional final: Duke vs. Baylor 13, 9 4:30 W. bask.
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By Tribune Newspapers | March 24, 2010
Alexis Rack drove through and around Ohio State's slow-to-react defense for 30 points and seventh-seeded Mississippi State upset the second-seeded Buckeyes 87-67 on Tuesday night to reach the NCAA women's tournament round of 16 for the first time. The Lady Bulldogs (21-12) trailed by as many as eight points in the first half, only to use their quickness, adept ball movement and outside shooting to seize control with an 18-0 run that turned a 32-26 deficit into a 44-32 lead. They never looked back in avenging a second-round loss to the Buckeyes a season ago. Connecticut 90, Temple 36: Maya Moore scored 19 points and No. 1 Connecticut outscored Temple by 43 points in a near-perfect first half.
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By Tribune staff, news services | December 21, 2009
Just in time to perhaps see some playing time before Big East play, DePaul center Mac Koshwal has been cleared for practice after missing the last eight games with a foot injury, coach Jerry Wainwright said Sunday night. Barring complications after a full-go workout Monday, the 6-foot-10 junior will play Tuesday at Florida Gulf Coast to knock off rust before the Dec. 28 conference opener at Pittsburgh. "He's a kid that's always had a great motor," Wainwright said. "But I'd certainly like to have him swim a couple lengths before he's racing against Michael Phelps."
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,ken.murray@baltsun.com | October 14, 2009
Marshal Yanda spent his pre-teen mornings pitching out calf stalls on the family's dairy farm five miles north of tiny Anamosa, Iowa. His afternoons were devoted to riding a four-wheeler he shared with farming buddies, punishing the trampoline in the backyard or shooting baskets with his mom and sister. Life on the farm was good for Yanda. So good that one day he will return to it. For now, though, his consuming passion is carving out a career in the NFL as a gritty and versatile offensive lineman for the Ravens.
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By From Sun news services | March 29, 2009
Angel McCoughtry and Candyce Bingham remembered the crushing feeling they had in the locker room last year after Louisville blew a huge lead and lost in the NCAA tournament. This time, the Cardinals gathered at midcourt to celebrate with a few screams of joy after the horn. McCoughtry (St. Frances) had 22 points and 12 rebounds, and Bingham sparked the decisive second-half run to help the Cardinals beat Baylor, 56-39, on Saturday, sending them to the first regional championship game in school history.
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