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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | September 25, 2012
When twin brothers Jeremy and Michael DeGraffenreidt decided to pick musical instruments when they were younger, nobody close to them was surprised which ones they chose. Jeremy, brash and outgoing, wanted to bang on drums. Michael, laid back and analytical, was determined to master the saxophone. Their contrasting personalities can also be found at different ends of the soccer field at Loyola this season, making the No. 2 Dons a prime contender for this year's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship.
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By Edward Lee | September 13, 2012
PHILADELPHIA -- The Philadelphia Eagles - the Ravens' next opponent this Sunday - have yet to take the practice field here at the organization's training facility, but coach Andy Reid has already informed the media that wide receivers DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin will not take part in Thursday's practice. Reid announced that Jackson is dealing with a sore hamstring. Maclin did not practice Wednesday after suffering a hip pointer in the team's 17-16 win against the Cleveland Browns Sunday.
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By Steven Petrella and By Steven Petrella | July 18, 2012
It appears Jeremy Lin is leaving New York, and for once, Knicks owner James Dolan has decided to put the checkbook down. By not matching a 3-year, $25.1 million offer sheet from the Houston Rockets, Lin is heading to Texas. Dolan has a history of throwing money at his problems -- with both the Knicks and New York Rangers, which he also owns -- and this time, he didn't. He just felt it wasn't worth it, and I have to agree. There's no question Lin can play in the NBA and produce. His 14 points and six assists per game last season are evident of that.
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By Zach Helfand and The Baltimore Sun | July 16, 2012
Don't blame Carmelo Anthony if the Knicks don't match Jeremy Lin's offer sheet from the Houston Rockets. Anthony said in a text message with Yahoo! Sports on Sunday that if the Knicks don't match the offer sheet for the point guard, it's not because of Anthony. Still, Anthony didn't appear excited at the prospect of the Knicks offering what he views as an oddly structured contract. Yahoo! Sports reported that the Knicks are unlikely to bring Lin back. “It's up to the organization to say they want to match that ridiculous contract that's out there,” Anthony told reporters following Team USA's practice Sunday.
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May 17, 2012
Jeremy Noble, Denver Sophomore, Orangeville, Ontario, midfielder Noble had a record-setting performance in the Pioneers' 16-14 upset of No. 8 seed North Carolina in a NCAA tournament first-round game Saturday night. The 5-foot-8, 165-pound midfielder collected a career-best 10 points on three goals and a career-high seven assists. The point total was a single-game Denver record. Noble posted one goal and four assists in a pivotal third quarter in which the Pioneers turned a 10-8 halftime deficit into a 13-12 lead heading into the fourth quarter; he then added two assists in the final period.
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By Jonas Shaffer | February 24, 2012
Stefon Diggs, your coach has had a bad past couple of weeks, your own blowout commitment bash notwithstanding . His former ACC Rookie of the Year quarterback transferred. Then he was pilloried for dictating the terms of that transfer release. After finally giving in, he dug in for what might be a protracted battle against James Franklin and Vanderbilt. Then you, the face of a downtrodden program's recruiting class, had to go and tweet something like this Thursday night: “Everybody need to get off Jeremy Lin egg roll and dumplings he's good though .” Diggs' questionable foray into Linsanity was deleted from his Twitter feed , but another Chinese food-inspired post remains there for all of his 4,000-plus followers to see: “Get off his egg roll and dumplins please RT @QuyeneeThePooh: @Marseanbaybee Jeremy Lin is all of it.” Given the uproar over an inappropriate ESPN headline last week that cost the responsible editor his job and a series of tasteless tweets last month that got a big-time cornerback prospect expelled from prep school , you'd think the Good Counsel star would be a little more discerning with his choice of words.
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By Dave Rosenthal | February 24, 2012
The surprising success of N.Y. Knicks' guard Jeremy Lin has become one of the year's best sports/human interest stories  -- and e-book authors are rushing to cash in on it. Lin, an Asian-American who graduated from Harvard, wasn't drafted by an NBA team and was cut by two teams before finding a spot far down the Knicks' bench. Injuries to other players gave him a chance to start, and he has been phenomenal ever since (except for Thursday's disaster against the Miami Heat). Whenever there's a good story, publishers won't be far behind.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | February 18, 2012
Big-game settings are nothing new to former Maryland star Greivis Vasquez. The intensity of the matchups with Duke and North Carolina during his years in College Park, as well as what he experienced as an NBA rookie last season with the Memphis Grizzlies, certainly prepared Vasquez well for what he encountered in New York on Friday night. Now with the New Orleans Hornets, Vasquez met Linsanity -- and Knicks phenomenon Jeremy Lin -- head on. Nobody is saying Vasquez was the reason the heretofore woeful but suddenly hot Hornets beat a Knicks team that had won seven straight games with Lin as its newfound star, but Vasquez certainly played his part.
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By Dave Rosenthal | February 15, 2012
The phenomenal debut of New York Knicks' rookie Jeremy Lin -- a Harvard-educated Asian-American -- has stunned the basketball world. Lin was not offered a Division I scholarship, went undrafted after college, and was cut by two NBA teams this season. But he was picked up by the Knicks, and after warming the bench for a bit, has led the team to six straight wins. According to ESPN, in his first five games as a starter, he scored more points than any other NBA rookie -- including Shaq.
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Baltimore Sun staff | February 6, 2012
Baltimore Sun reporters, columnists and editors analyze the Orioles' trade of Jeremy Guthrie to the Colorado Rockies for Jason Hammel and Matt Lindstrom. Eduardo A. Encina, Orioles beat writer The Orioles dealing RHP Jeremy Guthrie, the only sure thing in their starting rotation, adds more questions than answers heading into spring. The timing, which came on the day Guthrie was scheduled to go to arbitration, was telling. In return, the Orioles will get two pieces to help rebuild the pitching.
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