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October 1, 2007
"He's beginning to look a lot like Tony Mandarich." Mike Freeman Writing at CBSSports.com, comparing New Orleans Saints running back Reggie Bush to an all-time draft bust
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October 1, 2007
"He's beginning to look a lot like Tony Mandarich." Mike Freeman Writing at CBSSports.com, comparing New Orleans Saints running back Reggie Bush to an all-time draft bust
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | October 24, 1993
At age 54, Jean Cruguet still knows how to find his way into a Grade I winner's circle.Yesterday the French-born jockey -- who won the 1977 Triple Crown aboard Seattle Slew -- regained a glimmer of that faded glory when he guided Buckhar to a 1 1/2 -length victory over Cleone in the $600,000 Washington D.C. International at Laurel Race Course.A bumping incident at the 3/16ths pole in the stretch of the mile grass race resulted in the disqualification of Cleone and moved the Maryland-bred long shot, Maryland Moon, up from third to second place.
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By Jack W. Germond and Jules Witcover | September 14, 1998
MINNEAPOLIS -- In a political era when negative advertising and character assassination have become the norm elsewhere, the folks here call their preference for accentuating the positive "Minnesota Nice."Through most of the Democratic-Farmer-Labor primary campaign for governor that goes to the voters tomorrow, the five candidates have practiced it to a remarkable degree. It's not only because that approach is traditional here but also in this case because the contenders are all longtime friends.
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By Jack W. Germond and Jules Witcover | September 14, 1998
MINNEAPOLIS -- In a political era when negative advertising and character assassination have become the norm elsewhere, the folks here call their preference for accentuating the positive "Minnesota Nice."Through most of the Democratic-Farmer-Labor primary campaign for governor that goes to the voters tomorrow, the five candidates have practiced it to a remarkable degree. It's not only because that approach is traditional here but also in this case because the contenders are all longtime friends.
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September 16, 2011
• It's unanimous -- all eight ESPN "experts" believe the Ravens will win on the road over Tennessee . • All four ESPN Sunday NFL Countdown analysts also predict a victory by the Ravens . • Peter King of SI.com thinks the Ravens will continue to excel offensively against the Titans, but the score might be closer than some people think . Ravens 30, Titans 20 . I know Tennessee offensive coordinator Chris Palmer,...
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The Baltimore Sun | November 20, 2012
Here's a look at what other media outlets are saying about the one-game suspension for Ravens safety Ed Reed for repeated violation of player safety rules. • Mike Florio of NBCSports' ProFootballTalk believes the decision means the NFL has a "three strikes" policy for repeat offenders of the safety rules . The punishment comes in response to Reed's third penalty for violating the rules protecting defenseless players in the past three seasons. It suggests that, if the league intends to be consistent, any player with three violations in a three-year window will receive a one-game suspension.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | October 27, 1993
Buckhar and Maryland Moon, the first two finishers of the Washington D.C. International Mile last weekend at Laurel Race Course, are Breeders' Cup-bound.Both horses are among the preliminary entries for the $1 million Breeders' Cup Mile. The Breeders' Cup will be run Nov. 6 at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, Calif.The field for the mile is limited to 14 runners but drew 17 eligibles. The lineup will be announced today. Both Buckhar and Maryland Moon made it into the top 14, based on the number of Breeders' Cup points they had accumulated in prep races this year.
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May 31, 2003
On Thursday, May 29, 2003, JOHN JOSEPH FREEMAN of Lexington, VA, died on Thursday, May 29. He is survived by his wife, Jane Achenbach Freeman; his five children and sons-in-law, Susan and Charlie Howe of Mechanicville, VA, Patty and Mike Hanley of Chester, VA, Mike Freeman of Hillsborough, NC, Peggy and Kevin Schaefer of Ellicott City, MD, and Steve Freeman of Lakewood, CO. Other survivors also include nine grandchildren, Charlie and Tyler Howe, Erin,...
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By RAY FRAGER | August 6, 2004
ESPN SEEMINGLY loves to look back at itself nearly as much as it does at the sports the network has covered over its 25 years of existence. To that end, the network is staging "Old School Week," bringing back five anchors of the past for one-shot returns to SportsCenter starting Sunday night. They range from gone so long we barely recall (George Grande), gone so recently we didn't realize he'd left (Charley Steiner), gone to bigger sports things (Greg Gumbel), gone to bigger smart-aleck things (Craig Kilborn)
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | October 24, 1993
At age 54, Jean Cruguet still knows how to find his way into a Grade I winner's circle.Yesterday the French-born jockey -- who won the 1977 Triple Crown aboard Seattle Slew -- regained a glimmer of that faded glory when he guided Buckhar to a 1 1/2 -length victory over Cleone in the $600,000 Washington D.C. International at Laurel Race Course.A bumping incident at the 3/16ths pole in the stretch of the mile grass race resulted in the disqualification of Cleone and moved the Maryland-bred long shot, Maryland Moon, up from third to second place.
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By Matt Vensel | November 20, 2012
This feature appears every week on the Baltimore Sports Blitz. It's just like “What They're Saying About the Ravens,” but it includes blogger Matt Vensel saying something about what those people are saying. Got it? --- Mike Freeman of CBS Sports says the suspension of safety Ed Reed shows this is the 21st-century NFL . “In this new NFL, any shot at, or near, the head will be punished,” Freeman wrote. “Let me repeat: Any shot at, or near, the head will be punished.
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By PETER SCHMUCK | February 1, 2005
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - They call this the Bold New City of the South, which is a nice way of saying that all the good nicknames were already taken, but you've got to give the people of Jacksonville credit for ingenuity. They were able to convince the NFL that they could handle the huge influx of Super Bowl tourists by bringing in cruise ships to provide thousands of overflow hotel rooms. The limbo contests are just a bonus. It's a brilliant plan for a number of reasons, not the least of which is that it makes me start humming the Love Boat theme every time I look out at the St. Johns River from my cushy, land-based hotel room.
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