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By MIKE PRESTON | October 25, 1998
Ravens run offense vs. Packers run defenseThe Packers are tied for second in the league in run defensewhile the Ravens are No. 19 in run offense. The Ravens have to get an outside game going because the Packers' front four of ends Vonnie Holliday and Reggie White and tackles Gilbert Brown and Santana Dotson are much stronger than the Ravens' front five. -- EDGE PACKERSRavens pass offense vs. Packers pass defenseAlmost every opponent has attacked the Packers' secondary, which allows 223.3 yards a game.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | January 9, 2014
Former Maryland wide receiver Torrey Smith sat in the first row as Lee Hull was introduced as Morgan State's 19th head football coach on Thursday. Hull, the Terps ' receivers coach for the past six years, told a gathering of Bears players and administrators that he has experience fostering a "family" atmosphere. Smith, juggling one of his nephews on his lap during the news conference, was the proof. Smith, now with the Ravens, said he couldn't imagine not being there for Hull, 48, whom he regards as a "father figure.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | February 9, 2013
After finishing his freshman season at Maryland, Nick Faust figured that he had a good chance to become one of the men's basketball team's leading scorers as a sophomore. With the departure last spring of Terrell Stoglin, the Atlantic Coast Conference's top scorer a year ago, it seemed only logical for Faust to make that step. If his freshman year was a big transition for a player who had not played point guard since middle school and had been accustomed to always being a primary scoring option, Faust's sophomore year has been even more of an adjustment.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | January 21, 2013
Since firing offensive coordinator Cam Cameron in early December, the Ravens have entrusted Jim Caldwell with running the offense. Having reached the Super Bowl behind an offense clicking with Caldwell at the controls, his status as offensive coordinator has been extended at least through next season. Ravens coach John Harbaugh announced Monday that the former Indianapolis Colts head coach and quarterbacks coach has agreed to remain as offensive coordinator going forward. "He's really a solid football coach, first of all," Harbaugh said.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | March 7, 2012
Terrell Stoglin picked up a red pen when he was in first grade, and out poured his vision of future basketball glory on page after page that he stapled together and proudly presented to his parents. "No one can stop him," Terrell wrote about Terrell on lined construction paper, the sort children use to practice the alphabet. "Watch out Michael [Jordan] because this boy is taking over your sport!" Fifteen years later, Maryland's 6-foot guard covets the NBA and plays with audacity — as if he were still running in pickup games through southern Arizona's desert heat, needing feverishly to prove he can outplay the bigger boys.
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By Edward Lee | November 24, 2011
Staying patient with the run eventually paid off the Ravens in Sunday's win against the Cincinnati Bengals. That kind of commitment could be just as critical on Thanksgiving night against the San Francisco 49ers. San Francisco enters Thursday night's clash as the top-ranked defense against the run, surrendering just an average of 73.9 rushing yards per game. The unit is the only one in the NFL yet to allow a touchdown on the ground and has not permitted a 100-yard rusher in 32 consecutive games, which is tied for the third-longest streak since 2000.
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By Gene Wang The Washington Post | November 17, 2011
Even with a team that finished fifth nationally in rebounding margin last season and again features an imposing rotation in the frontcourt, Maryland women's basketball coach Brenda Frese has maintained the Terrapins' fortunes reside largely with the guards. On Wednesday night against Towson, freshman Brene Moseley offered a compelling reason why, handling the point with the flair of a player well beyond her years and pushing 10th-ranked Maryland to an 82-46 victory at Comcast Center.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | August 31, 2011
Maryland tailback D.J. Adams and offensive lineman Cody Blue are out of Monday night's season opener against Miami for violating team rules, leaving a pair of first-year running backs in important backup roles in coach Randy Edsall 's first game as Terps coach. But that's nothing compared to the depth-chart maneuvering that Miami must endure. With eight players suspended by the NCAA for accepting impermissible benefits from a former booster, coach Al Golden must make major adjustments.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | May 30, 2011
They all are starting to feel the same, from the pitching staff's absolute neglect of the strike zone to the starters' inability to get deep into the game to the offense's inability to do much of anything except squander opportunities. When the Orioles left their personal house of horrors otherwise known as the Oakland Coliseum on Sunday, they hoped things would be different. Instead, Monday's 4-3 loss to the Seattle Mariners before an announced Memorial Day crowd of 22,819 at Safeco Field brought more of the agonizing same.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY | September 20, 2009
Ravens run offense vs. Chargers run defense: If the Ravens watched "Monday Night Football," they saw how the Oakland Raiders gashed the Chargers' run defense for 148 yards. That's why the Ravens might shift to a run-heavy game plan this week, relying on their three-pronged attack. Ray Rice gained 108 yards on 19 carries (5.7-yard average) in the season opener, and Willis McGahee and Le'Ron McClain scored touchdowns in the red zone. Chargers nose tackle Jamal Williams was placed on injured reserve Saturday with an elbow injury, ending his season.
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