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November 9, 1997
PassingJohn Dutton, Nevada 28-for-41, 557 yards, 5 TDsSchool-record passing paved way to 56-42 win over Boise State.Tim Rattay, Louisiana Tech29-for-44, 332 yards, 3 TDsSet school records for passing yards in a season in 32-29 win over Alabama-Birmingham.Dan Gonzalez, East Carolina 26-for-33, 337 yards, 4 TDsHelped Pirates turn back Houston, 28-27.RushingTravis Prentice, Miami (Ohio) 35 carries, 227 yards, 2 TDsBig day came in 45-21 rout of Ohio University.Ahman Green, Nebraska 30 carries, 181 yards, 1 TDMarks eighth consecutive 100-yard game.
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January 10, 2010
No. Name Pos. 3 Stephen Gostkowski K 6 Chris Hanson P 8 Brian Hoyer QB 11 Julian Edelman WR 12 Tom Brady QB 15 Isaiah Stanback WR-QB 18 Matthew Slater WR 21 Fred Taylor RB 22 Terrence Wheatley ...
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January 10, 2010
No. Name Pos. 3 Stephen Gostkowski K 6 Chris Hanson P 8 Brian Hoyer QB 11 Julian Edelman WR 12 Tom Brady QB 15 Isaiah Stanback WR-QB 18 Matthew Slater WR 21 Fred Taylor RB 22 Terrence Wheatley ...
SPORTS
By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,brent.jones@baltsun.com | January 7, 2010
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - -New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady accepted another league-wide award Wednesday, one that the 10-year veteran knew nothing about when he took the podium after his team's practice. "I didn't know that," Brady said of being named 2009 Comeback Player of the Year. "So, thank you." Brady, a former NFL Most Valuable Player, then went on to joke that his parents must have had votes to swing the award his way, making light of his statistically dominant season after a severely damaged knee kept him out of 15 games in 2008.
SPORTS
December 16, 1999
BaseballDiamondbacks: Traded OF Dante Powell to Cardinals for IF Luis Ordaz.Indians: Named Jesse Flores and Jerry Jordan national cross-checkers in the scouting department, Scott Cerney and Kevin Murphy professional scouts and Jonathan Darsky player development assistant.Pirates: Acquired P Roberto Manzueta from Diamondbacks to complete trade for P Brad Clontz; assigned him to minor-league system.Rockies: Agreed to one-year contract with IF-OF Terry Shumpert. Designated P Chandler Martin for assignment.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,brent.jones@baltsun.com | January 7, 2010
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - -New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady accepted another league-wide award Wednesday, one that the 10-year veteran knew nothing about when he took the podium after his team's practice. "I didn't know that," Brady said of being named 2009 Comeback Player of the Year. "So, thank you." Brady, a former NFL Most Valuable Player, then went on to joke that his parents must have had votes to swing the award his way, making light of his statistically dominant season after a severely damaged knee kept him out of 15 games in 2008.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | November 30, 2007
The Ravens could welcome back three starters and two key reserves just in time for Monday night's game against the undefeated New England Patriots. Cornerback Chris McAlister (strained right knee), linebacker Jarret Johnson (fractured right thumb) and tight end Todd Heap (strained hamstring) were at the portion of practice open to the media yesterday. Although they were described by the team as being limited in practice, their appearance could be interpreted as an encouraging sign. Add the return of safety Gerome Sapp (full participation despite a hamstring injury)
SPORTS
February 2, 2008
PHOENIX-- --The asterisk is there, and it's not going away for the foreseeable future. If there was still doubt as tomorrow's Super Bowl approaches that the taint of Spygate would be attached to the New England Patriots and Bill Belichick if they finish 19-0 this season, it disappeared yesterday, with the morning edition of The New York Times and the ensuing state-of-the-NFL press conference by commissioner Roger Goodell. In his 45 minutes before the cameras, Goodell had to answer a volley of questions about Spygate, and the news, in the Times, of Sen. Arlen Specter's plans to call Goodell and other NFL officials before the Senate Judiciary Committee about the issue.
SPORTS
November 28, 1999
New England (6-4) at Buffalo (7-4)Time: 1 p.m.Line: Bills by 4 1/2.Vs. spread: Patriots 3-6; Bills 5-6.Last week: Patriots lost to Dolphins, 27-17. Bills lost to Jets, 17-7.Series: Patriots lead 40-36-1.Last meeting: Patriots won, 25-21, on Nov. 29, 1998, at New England.Outlook: The loser of this game can all but count itself out of the AFC East title race. The Patriots have won four of their past five games against the Bills, but their one loss came the last time they visited Ralph Wilson Stadium in 1998.
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley | December 12, 2008
THREE THINGS THAT NEED TO GO RIGHT ... 1 Protect Joe Flacco. In the first meeting with the Steelers, the Ravens allowed their rookie quarterback to get sacked a season-worst five times. Pittsburgh has recorded 13 sacks in the past three games against the Ravens. 2 Win the fourth quarter. In a game that could be tight, the Ravens have to finish strong. The Ravens have outscored teams 98-33 this season in the fourth quarter. The Steelers have shut out their past two opponents 27-0 in the final period.
SPORTS
February 2, 2008
PHOENIX-- --The asterisk is there, and it's not going away for the foreseeable future. If there was still doubt as tomorrow's Super Bowl approaches that the taint of Spygate would be attached to the New England Patriots and Bill Belichick if they finish 19-0 this season, it disappeared yesterday, with the morning edition of The New York Times and the ensuing state-of-the-NFL press conference by commissioner Roger Goodell. In his 45 minutes before the cameras, Goodell had to answer a volley of questions about Spygate, and the news, in the Times, of Sen. Arlen Specter's plans to call Goodell and other NFL officials before the Senate Judiciary Committee about the issue.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | November 30, 2007
The Ravens could welcome back three starters and two key reserves just in time for Monday night's game against the undefeated New England Patriots. Cornerback Chris McAlister (strained right knee), linebacker Jarret Johnson (fractured right thumb) and tight end Todd Heap (strained hamstring) were at the portion of practice open to the media yesterday. Although they were described by the team as being limited in practice, their appearance could be interpreted as an encouraging sign. Add the return of safety Gerome Sapp (full participation despite a hamstring injury)
SPORTS
December 16, 1999
BaseballDiamondbacks: Traded OF Dante Powell to Cardinals for IF Luis Ordaz.Indians: Named Jesse Flores and Jerry Jordan national cross-checkers in the scouting department, Scott Cerney and Kevin Murphy professional scouts and Jonathan Darsky player development assistant.Pirates: Acquired P Roberto Manzueta from Diamondbacks to complete trade for P Brad Clontz; assigned him to minor-league system.Rockies: Agreed to one-year contract with IF-OF Terry Shumpert. Designated P Chandler Martin for assignment.
SPORTS
November 28, 1999
New England (6-4) at Buffalo (7-4)Time: 1 p.m.Line: Bills by 4 1/2.Vs. spread: Patriots 3-6; Bills 5-6.Last week: Patriots lost to Dolphins, 27-17. Bills lost to Jets, 17-7.Series: Patriots lead 40-36-1.Last meeting: Patriots won, 25-21, on Nov. 29, 1998, at New England.Outlook: The loser of this game can all but count itself out of the AFC East title race. The Patriots have won four of their past five games against the Bills, but their one loss came the last time they visited Ralph Wilson Stadium in 1998.
SPORTS
November 9, 1997
PassingJohn Dutton, Nevada 28-for-41, 557 yards, 5 TDsSchool-record passing paved way to 56-42 win over Boise State.Tim Rattay, Louisiana Tech29-for-44, 332 yards, 3 TDsSet school records for passing yards in a season in 32-29 win over Alabama-Birmingham.Dan Gonzalez, East Carolina 26-for-33, 337 yards, 4 TDsHelped Pirates turn back Houston, 28-27.RushingTravis Prentice, Miami (Ohio) 35 carries, 227 yards, 2 TDsBig day came in 45-21 rout of Ohio University.Ahman Green, Nebraska 30 carries, 181 yards, 1 TDMarks eighth consecutive 100-yard game.
SPORTS
November 16, 2009
Bill Belichick's stunning gamble failed, and Peyton Manning took advantage by throwing a 1-yard touchdown pass with 13 seconds left that rallied the Indianapolis Colts over the visiting New England Patriots, 35-34, Sunday night. Manning's toss to Reggie Wayne completed the Colts' comeback from a 17-point deficit. A decision by Belichick put them in position. The Patriots coach decided to go for it on fourth-and-2 from their own 28 with 2:08 to go. The pass to Kevin Faulk came up short.
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