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By GARY LAMBRECHT | August 30, 2006
Coach: Paul Johnson (fifth season) Last year: 8-4 Conference: Independent Radio: 1090 AM, 1430 AM, 1370 AM (season opener) Stadium: Navy-Marine Corps Memorial (34,000) Tickets: $28, $20, $10 (kids 12 and under) Parking: Call 1-800-US4-NAVY Offense: Spread Defense: Multiple Top returning players: QB Brian Hampton, SB Reggie Campbell, C James Rossi, FB Adam Ballard, LB David Mahoney, LB Rob Caldwell, CB Jeremy McGown, DE John Chan, K Joey Bullen Top newcomers: CB Blake Carter, WR Curtis Sharp, NG Nate Frazier, S Jeromy Miles Strengths: Besides having the nation's top ground game in two of the past three seasons, this is the most experienced team of the Johnson era. Sixteen starters return - eight each on offense and defense - and the Mids could start 15 seniors.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | October 2, 2014
Some sunshine could poke through the clouds Thursday, with temperatures remaning in the 70s for the most part. Overnight lows were forecast in the 50s to around 60 degrees downtown. Mostly cloudy skies are forecast to clear somewhat by midday, with partly cloudy skies in the afternoon. A slight chance of drizzle is possible overnight Thursday into midday Friday, with mostly cloudy skies otherwise and highs again in the mid-70s. Storms are likely Friday night into Saturday morning.
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Sports Digest | March 18, 2013
Et cetera Terps , Mids women ready for women's hoops draw By the time the Maryland women's basketball team steps onto the court for the first round of the NCAA tournament Saturday, it will have been two weeks since the Terps last played. The extended layoff comes after a taxing regular season that included an expanded Atlantic Coast Conference schedule of 18 games and two games in the ACC tournament, including a 72-65 loss to North Carolina in the semifinals March 9. "The week couldn't have come at a better time," said coach Brenda Frese . The Terps will gather tonight at Comcast Center to watch the NCAA tournament selection show to find out where they're seeded and which opponent they draw.
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By Bill Wagner and Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 26, 2014
Buddy Green spent a total of four days at Anne Arundel Medical Center getting treatment for an undisclosed ailment. When the veteran defensive coordinator returned to Navy football practice Wednesday, it was suggested that spending too much time watching Western Kentucky's prolific offense prompted Green to hurry back to work. "Actually, watching Western Kentucky will put you back in the hospital," Green quipped. First-year coach Jeff Brohm has installed a pass-happy Hilltoppers attack that piles up yards and points at a rapid rate.
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By Edward Lee | edward.lee@baltsun.com | March 16, 2010
The Towson men's lacrosse team is winless no longer. Simmering over a 0-3 start, the host Tigers scored the game's first goal and never trailed in stunning No. 17 Navy, 10-9, before an announced attendance 1,240 at Johnny Unitas Stadium on Tuesday night. Senior midfielder Christian Pastirik scored three goals -- including the game-winner with six seconds left in regulation -- and junior attackman Tim Stratton added three goals, all in the first half. Towson (1-3) didn't make things easy on themselves.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Staff writer | January 21, 1992
The Naval Academy's ice hockey club team posted two impressive victories over the College Militaire Royal (CMR) of St. Jean, Quebec this weekend at Dahlgren Hall, enhancing its chances of making the national tournament for the second straight year.Coach Jim Barry's Midshipmen completed a two-game sweep of the Division II Canadians with a 9-4 triumph Sunday. CMR (17-5) defeated Navy (10-2) twice last year by scores of 10-2 and 9-4, but the Mids stunned them Saturday, 6-4, and put them away in the final period Sunday.
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By EARL SCHUBERT | September 17, 1993
Navy opens its home football season tomorrow night at 7 against the Panthers of Eastern Illinois at Navy-Marine Corps Stadium.The Division I-AA visitors, a preseason pick to finish last in the Gateway Conference or to be the sleeper, is led by seventh-year coach Bob Spoo.They come in with a 1-1 record to date, having lost to McNeese State last week, 49-7, after winning their opener at Murray State, 34-17.During the weeks leading up to the 1993 football season, the challenge facing Navy was to rebound successfully from two disastrous seasons.
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By EARL SCHUBERT | November 6, 1992
Tomorrow's 1:30 p.m. game between Navy (0-7) and Tulane (2-6) at Navy-Marine Corps Stadium is one of the most intriguing matchups of the season. Both are coming off lopsided defeats and desperately need a win.When Tulane coach Buddy Teevens arrived from Dartmouth College, where he led the Big Green to two Ivy League titles, the 1992 schedule appeared to be not as tough as in 1991, when the Green Wave's only victory was over Navy at home, 34-7.But, like the Mids, Tulane faced opponents such as No. 3 Alabama, No. 9 Boston College and No. 19 Mississippi State and improving teams Iowa State and Memphis State.
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By EARL SCHUBERT | November 19, 1993
The opportunity for a rousing comeback is there for Navy's football team tomorrow as it plays host to Southern Methodist at 1:30 p.m.That fumbling, sleep-walking comedy of errors committed by the Mids last week at Vanderbilt, which frustrated and embarrassed everyone, was not the true Navy team.Coach George Chaump described the game as a "once-in-a-lifetime experience" and admonished everyone to "keep our mouths shut, grit our teeth and wait for another day.""Another day" will arrive tomorrow and with the dedication and spirit displayed all week on the practice field, the Mustangs from Dallas will see a Navy team eager to improve on last week's performance.
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By EARL SCHUBERT | December 11, 1992
It is so easy for armchair quarterbacks to regard the long lis of legitimate misfortunes experienced by the Navy football team this past season as alibis for the horrendous 1-10 record.But a realistic and fair examination of the season-long developments reasonably reveals that this Mid squad had to be one of the most snake-bit of all time.As a seemingly endless stream of serious injuries to key personnel kept happening throughout the season, continuous offensive and defensive position adjustments became a necessity.
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By Peter Schmuck | September 16, 2014
Just chalk it up as one more thing that nobody could have imagined when this baseball season started. The Orioles and the Washington Nationals clinched their respective East division titles almost simultaneously. The Nats officially were the first major league team to lock up a title, getting the last out of a 3-0 victory over the second-place Atlanta Braves at 9:48 EDT in their 150 th game of the season. The Orioles would wrap up the AL East at 10:09 p.m., but they needed 151 games to stamp their ticket to the playoffs.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2014
Actress Lana Wood had been quietly sending out her autograph for years, answering letters from her fans. But then a stranger made her think that maybe there was a better way. "A gentleman called me and said he was an autograph dealer," Wood says over the phone from her home near Los Angeles. "He wanted to be upfront with me - he said that it had come to his attention that I respond to fan letters and had been sending out photos. …He said, 'Do you realize that these people turn around and sell them?
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | August 28, 2014
Clear, sunny skies, reduced humidity and highs in the mid-80s are forecast Thursday. Dew points are forecast to drop to the lower 60s and upper 50s, making humidity feel low. Similar weather, with some increasing clouds in the afternoon, is forecast Friday. But muggy weather is forecast for the long Labor Day weekend. Highs are forecast in the upper 80s Saturday, with dew points in the upper 60s making the air feel sticky. Scattered storms are possible Sunday, with highs around 90, and more high humidity.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | August 24, 2014
The long-term construction on northbound Interstate 95 in Baltimore will once again shift lane patterns this weekend, forcing ramp and exit closures in the process, according to the Maryland Transportation Administration. The current split between Caton Avenue and the Fort McHenry Tunnel of two lanes on the left and two on the right will change to three lanes on the left and one on the right sometime after 9 a.m. Sunday. Traffic in the right lane will be able to exit onto Russell Street, Interstate 395 and Key Highway.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | August 23, 2014
The first time Keenan Reynolds saw a Navy football game, the Midshipmen were three-touchdown underdogs to sixth-ranked Ohio State in the 2009 season opener. Reynolds was a sophomore at Goodpasture Christian School outside Nashville, Tenn., and was barely on anyone's recruiting radar. As he watched the game on television, Reynolds started paying attention to Navy quarterback Ricky Dobbs. Dobbs, then a junior who had just taken over as the starter, nearly led the Midshipmen to an upset win in Columbus.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | August 11, 2014
Some sunshine and highs in the mid-80s are forecast Monday before wet, unsettled weather moves in Monday night through Tuesday. Overnight lows were forecast in the 60s across the region. Mostly sunny skies are forecast in the morning, with clouds moving in over the afternoon. Rain showers are possible in the evening hours, growing more likely into Tuesday morning. Rain and storms are likely Tuesday, with high humidity and highs in the upper 70s. Humidity is forecast to clear out again by around midday Wednesday, with highs in the lower 80s and clearing skies.
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By GARY LAMBRECHT and GARY LAMBRECHT,SUN REPORTER | August 9, 2006
The two slotback positions are critical in Navy's spread triple-option offense, and the Midshipmen are counting on senior Trey Hines to deliver the best season of his career. After putting an injury-marred junior year behind him, a season in which he struggled with a torn right quadriceps muscle he originally hurt while running track in 2005, Hines rebounded nicely in spring practice. But Hines reported to camp last week with news that got coach Paul Johnson's blood pressure up. This time, Hines' left quadriceps was too sore for him to practice without pads for several days.
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By EARL SCHUBERT | October 22, 1993
After four consecutive wins at home, the Navy football team leaves today for Louisville, Ky., and an afternoon game tomorrow with the tough Louisville Cardinals.In 113 years of football at the Academy, the 4-2 record this early in the season by Coach George Chaump's charges is the best start since George Welsh's last year at the helm in 1981, which ended with a wild Liberty Bowl loss to Ohio State, 31-28.Many observers consider the 28-24 Navy victory over the Air Force Academy two weeks ago as the "turnaround" game of the 1993 season.
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