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By KEVIN ECK | October 14, 2008
From Saturday's blog: "Greetings from Indianapolis - the city that Dick The Bruiser made famous - where I'll be watching the Ravens lay the smack down on the Colts tomorrow at Lucas Oil Stadium." Result: Colts, 31-3. Unlike wrestling, there was no ref stoppage because the Ravens were defenseless while getting pummeled. Comment: There hasn't been that much of a one-sided contest in Indianapolis since The Undertaker squashed Jake "The Snake" Roberts at WrestleMania XIII at the Hoosier Dome.
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Courtesy of Inside Lacrosse | May 16, 2013
The storyline heading into Maryland's first-round game against Cornell on Sunday dealt with who to match up against Rob Pannell . This week, there isn't as much speculation over who among Dominic Imbordino , Joe Meurer (McDonogh) and Robby Haus (Gilman) will draw the assignment - one, because fans aren't as familiar with those players as they are with the Terps ' defense; and two, because Ohio State is much more likely to employ multiple strategies to slow down Pannell, as opposed to trying to play him straight up. "We want to play with seven," Buckeyes coach Nick Myers said.
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March 29, 2010
This Final Four has something for everyone. Duke became the only No. 1 seed to reach Indianapolis by beating Baylor, 78-71, on Sunday. Coach K returns to the Final Four for the first time in six years. West Virginia's Bob Huggins hasn't been there since 1992 with Cincinnati. WVU was last there in 1959, led by Jerry West. But Butler has the nation captivated. With its campus just five miles from Lucas Oil Stadium and its gym the setting for "Hoosiers," why would you root against the Bulldogs?
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March 29, 2010
This Final Four has something for everyone. Duke became the only No. 1 seed to reach Indianapolis by beating Baylor, 78-71, on Sunday. Coach K returns to the Final Four for the first time in six years. West Virginia's Bob Huggins hasn't been there since 1992 with Cincinnati. WVU was last there in 1959, led by Jerry West. But Butler has the nation captivated. With its campus just five miles from Lucas Oil Stadium and its gym the setting for "Hoosiers," why would you root against the Bulldogs?
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,ken.murray@baltsun.com | February 23, 2009
INDIANAPOLIS - Maryland's Darrius Heyward-Bey ran the fastest 40-yard dash among wide receivers and running backs at the NFL scouting combine yesterday, perhaps securing a place in the first round of April's draft. The Silver Spring native turned in a 4.30-second 40 to highlight the second day of combine drills at Lucas Oil Stadium. According to NFL Network, it tied the second-fastest 40 of the decade. Heyward-Bey came into the combine with a second-round grade, but after a month at a training facility in Phoenix, he was more fluid and consistent in his route running and caught the ball well.
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By Kevin Cowherd and Kevin Cowherd,kevin.cowherd@baltsun.com | January 14, 2010
I was brought up to be modest and self-effacing, a team player who doesn't toot his own horn. And so it's with great reluctance that I point out that only one person on the "NFL Picks" page of The Baltimore Sun had the Ravens beating the New England Patriots last week, and that person was - oh, look, he's actually blushing - me. None of the vaunted Ravens Insider guys picked the Ravens to advance in the playoffs, and that includes Mr. Football himself,...
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By Kevin Cowherd | January 14, 2010
I was brought up to be modest and self-effacing, a team player who doesn't toot his own horn. And so it's with great reluctance that I point out that only one person on the " NFL Picks" page of The Baltimore Sun had the Ravens beating the New England Patriots last week, and that person was - oh, look, he's actually blushing - me. None of the vaunted Ravens Insider guys picked the Ravens to advance in the playoffs, and that includes Mr....
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By Dan Connolly and Dan Connolly,dan.connolly@baltsun.com | January 13, 2010
For the second consecutive week, the Ravens are playoff underdogs, this time getting 6 1/2 points from Las Vegas oddsmakers for Saturday's divisional-round game in Indianapolis. It's a role the Ravens are accustomed to, and they knew it wouldn't change as they prepare to face the No. 1-seeded Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium. "It's one of those things we have talked about all season," cornerback Chris Carr said. "Yeah, we have lost a lot of close games, but we know how much talent we have in this room and we feel like we can beat anybody."
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | January 17, 2010
INDIANAPOLIS - -The Ravens' running attack was stuck in neutral. Six days after gashing the New England Patriots for 234 yards and four touchdowns in a 33-14 rout in an AFC wild-card game, the Ravens could not find similar success in a 20-3 loss to the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium. The offense rushed for just 87 yards Saturday night. Ray Rice, who had gouged the Patriots for a playoff franchise-record 159 yards and two touchdowns, was limited to 67 yards on 13 carries.
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By Jamison Hensley | January 15, 2010
Each week, Baltimore Sun reporter Jamison Hensley will answer fans' questions about the Ravens. To submit a question, e-mail sports@baltsun.com. Write "Hey, Jamison" in the subject field and provide your name, the city you live in and phone number so we can verify the e-mail. HEY, JAMISON: : Am I the only football fan in America who is totally fed up with the pathetically consistent inconsistencies of the referees?!? It looks like they cost the Green Bay Packers the game Sunday.
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By Peter Schmuck | January 25, 2010
W ouldn't you know it? Baltimore sports fans finally find a New York team they can get behind, and look what happens. The Colts at long last avenged their 1969 loss to Joe Namath and the upstart Jets on Sunday, and we're left on the short end of the yard marker both times. Now what do you do? Do you go with the ABC theory - Anybody But the Colts - or do you hold your nose and stay loyal to the AFC and hope to take solace in the fact that the Ravens lost in the playoffs to the eventual Super Bowl champion for the third time in the past four years?
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | January 17, 2010
INDIANAPOLIS - -The Ravens' running attack was stuck in neutral. Six days after gashing the New England Patriots for 234 yards and four touchdowns in a 33-14 rout in an AFC wild-card game, the Ravens could not find similar success in a 20-3 loss to the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium. The offense rushed for just 87 yards Saturday night. Ray Rice, who had gouged the Patriots for a playoff franchise-record 159 yards and two touchdowns, was limited to 67 yards on 13 carries.
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By Edward Lee and edward.lee@baltsun.com | January 17, 2010
The Ravens running attack was stuck in neutral. Six days after gashing the New England Patriots for 234 yards and four touchdowns in a 33-14 rout in an AFC wild-card game, the Ravens could not find similar success in a 20-3 loss to the Indianapolis Colts here at Lucas Oil Stadium. The offense rushed for just 87 yards Saturday night. Ray Rice, who had gouged the Patriots for a playoff franchise-record 159 yards and two touchdowns, was limited to 67 yards on 13 carries. Rice, who took the first handoff for an 83-yard score in New England, gained just one yard on his first carry against the Colts.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | January 17, 2010
INDIANAPOLIS -- If you believe Ed Reed, one of his last plays as a Raven could be a free-wheeling, loose play that perhaps cost the Ravens any chance they had of mounting a comeback against the Indianapolis Colts. Reed's inability to protect the football after he had intercepted Indianapolis quarterback Peyton Manning in the third quarter quashed any hope the Ravens might have harbored of overcoming a 14-point deficit as the Colts cruised to a 20-3 victory in an AFC divisional playoff game Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium.
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By Dan Connolly | dan.connolly@baltsun.com | January 12, 2010
For the second consecutive week, the Ravens are playoff underdogs, this time getting 6 1/2 points from Las Vegas oddsmakers for Saturday's divisional round game in Indianapolis. It's a role the Ravens are accustomed to, and they knew it wouldn't change as they prepare to face the No. 1-seeded Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium. "It's one of those things we have talked about all season," cornerback Chris Carr said. "Yeah, we have lost a lot of close games, but we know how much talent we have in this room and we feel like we can beat anybody."
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By Edward Lee and edward.lee@baltsun.com | January 17, 2010
The Ravens running attack was stuck in neutral. Six days after gashing the New England Patriots for 234 yards and four touchdowns in a 33-14 rout in an AFC wild-card game, the Ravens could not find similar success in a 20-3 loss to the Indianapolis Colts here at Lucas Oil Stadium. The offense rushed for just 87 yards Saturday night. Ray Rice, who had gouged the Patriots for a playoff franchise-record 159 yards and two touchdowns, was limited to 67 yards on 13 carries. Rice, who took the first handoff for an 83-yard score in New England, gained just one yard on his first carry against the Colts.
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