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By Ken Murray | October 16, 1994
Site: Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton, AlbertaTime: 3:30 p.m.Line: Edmonton by 4 1/2Radio: WJFK (1300 AM)Records: Baltimore 10-4, Edmonton 10-4Last week: Baltimore beat Las Vegas, 22-14. Edmonton edged Hamilton, 33-32.On the sidelines: Baltimore's Don Matthews has a career overall record of 106-63-1 in 10 CFL seasons. Ron Lancaster is 39-21 in four seasons with the Eskimos, winning the 1993 Grey Cup.Roster changes: Baltimore -- OLB Matt Goodwin replaced CB Kwame Smith. Edmonton -- CB Damion Lyons replaced CB Brandon Hamilton.
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By Gary Lambrecht | October 1, 1995
Taylor Field, Regina, SaskatchewanTime: 4 p.m.TV/Radio: Ch. 54/WJFK (1300 AM), WGRX (100.7 FM)Records: Baltimore 11-3; Saskatchewan 5-8.Last week: Baltimore beat Shreveport, 42-32; Saskatchewan edged Toronto, 23-20.On the sidelines: Baltimore's Don Matthews has a 121-69-1 record in 11 CFL seasons. Saskatchewan's Ray Jauch is 132-107-4 in 13 CFL seasons.What Baltimore has to do to win: Avoid turnovers that could result in an early lead for the Roughriders, who need a few breaks to pull off an upset.
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November 12, 1994
THE MATCHUPSQUARTERBACKSRookie Marvin Graves has started seven games for the Argos; Baltimore's Tracy Ham has played eight seasons. With 30 touchdown passes and only 13 picks in a new offense, this may be Ham's best season. Ham is only 3-5 in the postseason, though, and got to the Grey Cup only once as a starter in Edmonton. Graves, 2-5 as a starter, offers poise and leadership in lieu of experience. Edge BaltimoreRUNNING BACKSToronto's Pinball Clemons has rushed for 190 yards and two TDs two games against Baltimore.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | September 21, 1995
After spending nearly two seasons together, the Baltimore Stallions and defensive tackle Robert Presbury have parted ways.Presbury was released yesterday, after he refused to accept his reassignment to the Baltimore practice roster.Rookie Demetrious Maxie, who filled in capably for Presbury last month when he missed two games with a pulled hamstring, will start in his place Saturday in the CFL game against visiting Shreveport."We're trying to get more plays out of our defensive tackle," Baltimore coach Don Matthews said.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | November 26, 1994
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- As if Baltimore needed more incentive for Sunday's 82nd Grey Cup, the CFLs found fresh ammunition in the Canadian Football League awards program Thursday night.It arrived with the news that Calgary quarterback Doug Flutie had been selected by the Football Reporters of Canada as the league's Most Outstanding Player of the Year. He beat out Baltimore running back Mike Pringle by a vote of 33-19."All I know is, Mike Pringle rebounds from anything," said CFLs linebacker Matt Goodwin.
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By Gary Lambrecht | October 1, 1995
Taylor Field, Regina, SaskatchewanTime: 4 p.m.TV/Radio: Ch. 54/WJFK (1300 AM), WGRX (100.7 FM)Records: Baltimore 11-3; Saskatchewan 5-8.Last week: Baltimore beat Shreveport, 42-32; Saskatchewan edged Toronto, 23-20.On the sidelines: Baltimore's Don Matthews has a 121-69-1 record in 11 CFL seasons. Saskatchewan's Ray Jauch is 132-107-4 in 13 CFL seasons.What Baltimore has to do to win: Avoid turnovers that could result in an early lead for the Roughriders, who need a few breaks to pull off an upset.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | September 19, 1995
Baltimore Stallions tackle Shar Pourdanesh, who missed the past four games with stress fractures in both ankles, will start against the Shreveport Pirates Saturday night at Memorial Stadium.Pourdanesh, the CFL's Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman last year, practiced for the first time since leaving the Memphis game Aug. 19 with injured ankles. He stayed after practice to take contact drills, and said he felt "a little rusty.""Now I've got something to prove and I have had to refocus," Pourdanesh said.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Writer | July 12, 1994
Baltimore CFL rookies Matt and Malcolm Goodwin are fraternal, not identical, twins. But their sibling bonds have made them almost as inseparable as Siamese twins."
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By Ken Murray Sun Staff Writer | November 6, 1994
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Baltimore's sprint into the CFL playoffs was slowed to a limp last night.Playing through injury and inclement weather, the CFLs suffered a desultory 18-0 loss to the Sacramento before a rain-splattered crowd of 9,000 at Hornet Field.The loss put a serious crimp in Baltimore's bid for the Eastern Division title and home-field advantage through the playoffs.The Winnipeg Blue Bombers can capture the division title with a victory over the Toronto Argonauts today in Manitoba.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | November 3, 1994
For most of the season, Malcolm Goodwin was the other Goodwin on the Baltimore CFLs.He was a special teams zealot, a part-time linebacker, a sometimes rush end, but always in twin brother Matt's tall shadow.That all changed in Week 11. That's when the CFLs retooled their defense, and moved Malcolm onto the line of scrimmage, inside the end, as a stand-up linebacker.It effectively turned a 4-3 alignment into a 5-2, and emphatically answered the question of whether a defense built for speed at the flanks could be physical enough to stop the run.The answer was yes."
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | September 19, 1995
Baltimore Stallions tackle Shar Pourdanesh, who missed the past four games with stress fractures in both ankles, will start against the Shreveport Pirates Saturday night at Memorial Stadium.Pourdanesh, the CFL's Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman last year, practiced for the first time since leaving the Memphis game Aug. 19 with injured ankles. He stayed after practice to take contact drills, and said he felt "a little rusty.""Now I've got something to prove and I have had to refocus," Pourdanesh said.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | November 26, 1994
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- As if Baltimore needed more incentive for Sunday's 82nd Grey Cup, the CFLs found fresh ammunition in the Canadian Football League awards program Thursday night.It arrived with the news that Calgary quarterback Doug Flutie had been selected by the Football Reporters of Canada as the league's Most Outstanding Player of the Year. He beat out Baltimore running back Mike Pringle by a vote of 33-19."All I know is, Mike Pringle rebounds from anything," said CFLs linebacker Matt Goodwin.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | November 19, 1994
WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- Matt Goodwin wanted to be a lawyer, not a linebacker.He wanted to make his rebuttals in a courtroom, not on the goal line.So, what's a bright guy like Goodwin doing chasing down receivers and running backs in the pass-crazy Canadian Football League?It's what he likes to do best, the Baltimore CFLs linebacker says."Before, I never thought about playing football for a career," Goodwin, 24, said. "The idea was absurd."But now, I want to play football as long as I can."His is a career on the rise.
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November 12, 1994
THE MATCHUPSQUARTERBACKSRookie Marvin Graves has started seven games for the Argos; Baltimore's Tracy Ham has played eight seasons. With 30 touchdown passes and only 13 picks in a new offense, this may be Ham's best season. Ham is only 3-5 in the postseason, though, and got to the Grey Cup only once as a starter in Edmonton. Graves, 2-5 as a starter, offers poise and leadership in lieu of experience. Edge BaltimoreRUNNING BACKSToronto's Pinball Clemons has rushed for 190 yards and two TDs two games against Baltimore.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Writer | November 12, 1994
In the spring, the last thing on Josh Miller's mind was playing football."I was running between Los Angeles and Arizona, trying to get work as an actor, doing commercials and auditioning as a sportscaster," Miller saidBut a call from Baltimore CFLs player personnel director Jim Popp changed all that."
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By Ken Murray Sun Staff Writer | November 6, 1994
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Baltimore's sprint into the CFL playoffs was slowed to a limp last night.Playing through injury and inclement weather, the CFLs suffered a desultory 18-0 loss to the Sacramento before a rain-splattered crowd of 9,000 at Hornet Field.The loss put a serious crimp in Baltimore's bid for the Eastern Division title and home-field advantage through the playoffs.The Winnipeg Blue Bombers can capture the division title with a victory over the Toronto Argonauts today in Manitoba.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | November 19, 1994
WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- Matt Goodwin wanted to be a lawyer, not a linebacker.He wanted to make his rebuttals in a courtroom, not on the goal line.So, what's a bright guy like Goodwin doing chasing down receivers and running backs in the pass-crazy Canadian Football League?It's what he likes to do best, the Baltimore CFLs linebacker says."Before, I never thought about playing football for a career," Goodwin, 24, said. "The idea was absurd."But now, I want to play football as long as I can."His is a career on the rise.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Sports Writer | August 12, 1994
Baltimore's defense rested Wednesday night.Not all night, of course. Just when the CFLs' offense was pushing the Hamilton Tiger-Cats all over the Memorial Stadium field for 589 yards and 30 points. It was rest in the right places."The defense wasn't on the field that long," cornerback Karl Anthony said yesterday about the CFLs' 30-15 victory. "There were a lot of two-and-outs. That's one of the reasons we played well."After three weeks of relentless retreat, the Baltimore defense went on the attack.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | November 3, 1994
For most of the season, Malcolm Goodwin was the other Goodwin on the Baltimore CFLs.He was a special teams zealot, a part-time linebacker, a sometimes rush end, but always in twin brother Matt's tall shadow.That all changed in Week 11. That's when the CFLs retooled their defense, and moved Malcolm onto the line of scrimmage, inside the end, as a stand-up linebacker.It effectively turned a 4-3 alignment into a 5-2, and emphatically answered the question of whether a defense built for speed at the flanks could be physical enough to stop the run.The answer was yes."
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By Ken Murray | October 16, 1994
Site: Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton, AlbertaTime: 3:30 p.m.Line: Edmonton by 4 1/2Radio: WJFK (1300 AM)Records: Baltimore 10-4, Edmonton 10-4Last week: Baltimore beat Las Vegas, 22-14. Edmonton edged Hamilton, 33-32.On the sidelines: Baltimore's Don Matthews has a career overall record of 106-63-1 in 10 CFL seasons. Ron Lancaster is 39-21 in four seasons with the Eskimos, winning the 1993 Grey Cup.Roster changes: Baltimore -- OLB Matt Goodwin replaced CB Kwame Smith. Edmonton -- CB Damion Lyons replaced CB Brandon Hamilton.
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