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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | January 24, 2014
MOBILE, ALA -- Michael Campanaro had already crafted a plan, convincing the defense that he intended to run another trademark intermediate route with a quick inside fake. Instead of cutting his pattern short at practice this week heading into Saturday's Senior Bowl all-star game, the Wake Forest wide receiver from River Hill dashed behind the secondary and made an over-the-shoulder touchdown catch. It was the kind of savvy, textbook play that prompted Atlanta Falcons wide receivers coach Terry Robiskie to single out the Clarksville native as an example of how to play the position to the other receivers on the North squad.
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Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | October 12, 2014
TAMPA, FLA. -- With a jab step and a quick cut, Ravens rookie wide receiver Michael Campanaro gained separation behind Tampa Bay Buccaneers nickel back Leonard Johnson. Then, Campanaro leapt over Johnson in the back of the end zone on Sunday to secure a lob from quarterback Joe Flacco during the first half of the Ravens 48-17 rout of the Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium. "I was running the seam," Campanaro said. "We had single-high coverage and Joe put it right where it needed to be, and I made a play.
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Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | October 12, 2014
TAMPA, FLA. -- With a jab step and a quick cut, Ravens rookie wide receiver Michael Campanaro gained separation behind Tampa Bay Buccaneers nickel back Leonard Johnson. Then, Campanaro leapt over Johnson in the back of the end zone on Sunday to secure a lob from quarterback Joe Flacco during the first half of the Ravens 48-17 rout of the Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium. "I was running the seam," Campanaro said. "We had single-high coverage and Joe put it right where it needed to be, and I made a play.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | September 3, 2014
Just a few months removed from being one of the Ravens' top pass catchers, second-year receiver Marlon Brown says he feels good about his role in the offense coming out of the preseason. “I feel like it's going pretty well,” Brown said. “When they called my number, I made a play. That's pretty much the mindset I have for this offense. I want to go in and contribute, whether it's blocking or catching the ball.” Brown's 2013 season was one of the bright spots for the Ravens' offense.
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By Chris Trevino, The Baltimore Sun | October 4, 2012
The Wake Forest football player was alone. He sat in the silence of the locker room as the Demon Deacons' game against Duke continued, running the news through his head. Outside at BB&T Field, his teammates, parents, and thousands of screaming fans in gold and black wondered where he was, waiting for the wide receiver to make his way back to the field. When he was ready, Michael Campanaro grabbed his phone and texted his father the results: His right hand was broken. It was a simple reverse that cost Campanaro three to four weeks of his breakout season - a season in which he was becoming not just one of the premier weapons in the Atlantic Coast Conference, but the entire nation.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,Sun reporter | September 5, 2007
A pause came from River Hill junior standout Michael Campanaro when asked what his favorite moment was during his sophomore year. It was understandable. After playing a big role in helping the River Hill football team reach its first Class 3A state title game, playing running back and in the secondary, Campanaro became the Hawks' starting point guard and helped orchestrate the school's first basketball state championship. He said basketball was always his top sport growing up until football took over when he got to high school.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | October 6, 2012
Maryland kicker Brad Craddock has been something of a mystery to Terps fans in his first season. Since he is a freshman, it was uncertain how much range the Australian had. Craddock, who is still learning the American game, provided some answers about his leg strength against Wake Forest in Saturday's 19-14 win, although he was far from perfect in the contest. He converted his career-long field goal, from 49 yards, in the first quarter. Later in the quarter, he topped that by making a 52-yarder.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | September 3, 2014
Just a few months removed from being one of the Ravens' top pass catchers, second-year receiver Marlon Brown says he feels good about his role in the offense coming out of the preseason. “I feel like it's going pretty well,” Brown said. “When they called my number, I made a play. That's pretty much the mindset I have for this offense. I want to go in and contribute, whether it's blocking or catching the ball.” Brown's 2013 season was one of the bright spots for the Ravens' offense.
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September 2, 2009
The poll Compiled by sports staff after consulting with coaches. 1. Loyola: Coach: Brian Abbott. Last season: 10-0, ranked No. 2. Postseason: N/A. MIAA A Conference regular-season champion. Outlook: The Dons will be much younger than the team that won a third straight A Conference crown a year ago, but they have plenty of players to fill key roles and lots of senior leadership. Abbott said the key is how quickly the seniors can bring along 10 sophomores who will receive significant playing time.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | October 17, 2013
Wake Forest can hardly be considered to possess a dynamic offense this season. The Demon Deacons - Maryland's opponent Saturday - rank last in the Atlantic Coast Conference in scoring (20 points per game) and last in total offense (327 yards per game). The Demon Deacons (3-3, 1-2 ACC) haven't run the ball well and are a bit one-dimensional. But what they do - throw the ball to Michael Campanaro - they do very well. Campanaro (River Hill) didn't play against the Terps (5-1, 1-1 ACC)
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | June 4, 2014
Several veteran starters aren't at the Ravens' organized team activity today at team headquarters. That includes outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, nose tackle Haloti Ngata, offensive guard Marshal Yanda, middle linebacker Daryl Smith, outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil and defensive end Chris Canty. This marks the second consecutive week that Suggs, Ngata and Canty have missed. Attendance at organized team activities are voluntary under the NFL collective bargaining agreement.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | January 24, 2014
MOBILE, ALA -- Michael Campanaro had already crafted a plan, convincing the defense that he intended to run another trademark intermediate route with a quick inside fake. Instead of cutting his pattern short at practice this week heading into Saturday's Senior Bowl all-star game, the Wake Forest wide receiver from River Hill dashed behind the secondary and made an over-the-shoulder touchdown catch. It was the kind of savvy, textbook play that prompted Atlanta Falcons wide receivers coach Terry Robiskie to single out the Clarksville native as an example of how to play the position to the other receivers on the North squad.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | October 17, 2013
Wake Forest can hardly be considered to possess a dynamic offense this season. The Demon Deacons - Maryland's opponent Saturday - rank last in the Atlantic Coast Conference in scoring (20 points per game) and last in total offense (327 yards per game). The Demon Deacons (3-3, 1-2 ACC) haven't run the ball well and are a bit one-dimensional. But what they do - throw the ball to Michael Campanaro - they do very well. Campanaro (River Hill) didn't play against the Terps (5-1, 1-1 ACC)
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | October 6, 2012
Maryland kicker Brad Craddock has been something of a mystery to Terps fans in his first season. Since he is a freshman, it was uncertain how much range the Australian had. Craddock, who is still learning the American game, provided some answers about his leg strength against Wake Forest in Saturday's 19-14 win, although he was far from perfect in the contest. He converted his career-long field goal, from 49 yards, in the first quarter. Later in the quarter, he topped that by making a 52-yarder.
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By Chris Trevino, The Baltimore Sun | October 4, 2012
The Wake Forest football player was alone. He sat in the silence of the locker room as the Demon Deacons' game against Duke continued, running the news through his head. Outside at BB&T Field, his teammates, parents, and thousands of screaming fans in gold and black wondered where he was, waiting for the wide receiver to make his way back to the field. When he was ready, Michael Campanaro grabbed his phone and texted his father the results: His right hand was broken. It was a simple reverse that cost Campanaro three to four weeks of his breakout season - a season in which he was becoming not just one of the premier weapons in the Atlantic Coast Conference, but the entire nation.
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September 2, 2009
The poll Compiled by sports staff after consulting with coaches. 1. Loyola: Coach: Brian Abbott. Last season: 10-0, ranked No. 2. Postseason: N/A. MIAA A Conference regular-season champion. Outlook: The Dons will be much younger than the team that won a third straight A Conference crown a year ago, but they have plenty of players to fill key roles and lots of senior leadership. Abbott said the key is how quickly the seniors can bring along 10 sophomores who will receive significant playing time.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | June 4, 2014
Several veteran starters aren't at the Ravens' organized team activity today at team headquarters. That includes outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, nose tackle Haloti Ngata, offensive guard Marshal Yanda, middle linebacker Daryl Smith, outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil and defensive end Chris Canty. This marks the second consecutive week that Suggs, Ngata and Canty have missed. Attendance at organized team activities are voluntary under the NFL collective bargaining agreement.
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September 5, 2007
TODAY IN ANNE ARUNDEL --South River field hockey player Hope Battista discusses the tough Class 4A East region and her role as the leader of a strong defense. TODAY IN HOWARD --With chefs for parents, it's no surprise that River Hill's Michael Campanaro enjoys eating when he's not excelling in football and basketball. Articles can be found at baltimoresun.com/varsity
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,Sun reporter | September 5, 2007
A pause came from River Hill junior standout Michael Campanaro when asked what his favorite moment was during his sophomore year. It was understandable. After playing a big role in helping the River Hill football team reach its first Class 3A state title game, playing running back and in the secondary, Campanaro became the Hawks' starting point guard and helped orchestrate the school's first basketball state championship. He said basketball was always his top sport growing up until football took over when he got to high school.
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