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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | October 9, 1993
The Washington Redskins quarterback situation became a bit more complicated yesterday.Coach Richie Petitbon announced that backup quarterback Rich Gannon didn't take any snaps yesterday because of a sore foot he suffered in the 17-10 loss to the Miami Dolphins Monday night.The Redskins hadn't previously announced that Gannon was injured, and practices have been closed to reporters this week.The Redskins, who apparently thought the injury would heal more quickly, decided to list Gannon as probable for tomorrow's game against the New York Giants.
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November 30, 2008
Last week: Overall: Today's games Ravens at Bengals Dolphins at Rams Panthers at Packers Giants at Redskins 49ers at Bills Colts at Browns Saints at Buccaneers Falcons at Chargers Broncos at Jets Chiefs at Raiders Steelers at Patriots Bears at Vikings Tomorrow's game Jaguars at Texans Peter Schmuck 11-5 117-58-1 Ravens Dolphins Packers Giants Bills Colts Saints Chargers Jets Raiders Patriots Vikings Texans Edward Lee...
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff Writer | October 20, 1993
With yesterday's game tied 1-1 and time running out, Hammond coach Gay Petrlik watched her team squander a half dozen scoring opportunities against Mount Hebron. Then, she called a timeout.The Bears responded with the game-winning goal less than a minute later.Jenny Pollock scored on a rebound off the pads of Vikings keeper Jen Brooks with 5:35 remaining to give the host Bears a 2-1 victory in a Howard County league game.The victory preserved a 4-0 league record for the Bears (6-2 overall)
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By From Sun news services | November 22, 2008
Michael Vick is back in Virginia to plead guilty to state dogfighting charges, a move he hopes will expedite his return to society - and pro football. The quarterback is being held in protective custody at the Hopewell Regional Jail, superintendent Darnley Hodge said yesterday. Vick arrived Thursday from the federal penitentiary in Leavenworth, Kan., where he's serving a 23-month sentence for a dogfighting conviction. Vick, 28, is due to appear Tuesday in Surry County Circuit Court, where he's expected to plead guilty to two felony counts in a deal with prosecutors that calls for a suspended sentence and probation.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | January 1, 1996
Washington Bullets forward Chris Webber, who strained his left shoulder Friday, was experiencing soreness yesterday and may not be ready for tomorrow's game against the Cleveland Cavaliers.Webber, who has dislocated the shoulder twice, went through several hours of physical therapy with Bullets trainer Kevin Johnson yesterday afternoon."We went through some strengthening exercises testing his range of motion, and used some ice and ultrasound," Johnson said. "We should know some more [today]
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By Milton Kent | February 1, 1996
Think the kids at Turner didn't catch lightning in a bottle with the return of Magic Johnson to the NBA and to the Los Angeles Lakers?Think again. Tuesday night's Lakers-Golden State Warriors clash drew a 4.4 cable rating, making it not only the highest-rated regular-season NBA game of the season on TNT, but also the highest-rated late-night regular-season game ever on Turner cable in the 12 years it has been broadcasting the sport.The Lakers game was seen in 2.9 million homes, eclipsing the audience for its lead-in, the Chicago-Houston contest, which was seen in 2.85 million homes.
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By JOHN EISENBERG | January 2, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- Steve Francis has performed numerous feats of magic for the Maryland Terrapins in just 14 games. A highlight reel of his best drives and dunks is evidence of that.Now it's time to see if he can perform the kind of magic the Terps and their fans really want. It's time to see if he can lead the Terps to new heights in college basketball's order.Can they draw even with Duke? Pass North Carolina? Win the ACC tournament? Give Gary Williams his first trip to the Elite Eight or (gasp)
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May 17, 2000
Quote: "I wasn't convinced [the balls are juiced] until I saw our pitchers hit." - Rangers manager Johnny Oates after six of his pitchers homered in their first batting practice It's a fact: The White Sox started a stretch in which they'll play the Yankees and Indians in 22 of their next 38 games. Who's hot: The Indians' Roberto Alomar has a 10-game hitting streak. Who's not: The Royals' Chad Durbin has given up 38 runs in his past 33 1/3 innings. On deck: The Rangers' John Wetteland will be inducted as the 12th member of the 300-Save Club during an on-field presentation before tomorrow's game.
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May 8, 2002
Who's hot Adam Dunn of the Reds has hit seven home runs in his past 10 games. Who's not Cardinals relievers have worked 124 2/3 innings, most in the majors. Line of the day Kerry Wood, Cubs P IP R H BB SO 9 0 4 2 9 He said it "I went from making 50 catches a year [in junior college] to two [at Oklahoma]. So when the Dodgers drafted me, I thought I should try baseball." Mickey Hatcher, Angels hitting coach On deck Mike Piazza of the Mets will film a scene for the movie Two Weeks Notice after tomorrow's game.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | September 7, 2002
Orioles manager Mike Hargrove didn't sound optimistic yesterday that Gary Matthews would come off the disabled list for Tuesday's doubleheader in New York against the Yankees. Matthews has been taking live batting practice, but the Orioles might choose to give him more time while he recovers from tendinitis in his right wrist. He's eligible to return tomorrow. "He's a lot closer than he has been," Hargrove said. Asked if he thinks Tuesday is a possibility, he said, "No, I don't, but I could be wrong."
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By RICK MAESE | August 23, 2008
BEIJING - The players can almost feel it now, dangling in front of their chests. Their prizes won't weigh too much, but it won't be that slight tug of the neck that they'll notice most. The gold medals will feel as light as a feather, in fact, because the 5-ton burden that U.S. basketball players have been carrying on their shoulders for a half-dozen years is almost gone. Just one game separates Team USA from the medal stand. Tomorrow's gold-medal game feels like somewhat of a formality.
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By RAY FRAGER | November 30, 2007
Putting this week's sports media notes into focus while realizing that the news of ESPN/ABC's plan to televise the Winter X Games in high definition probably isn't the nudge that is going to put an HD television in the Frager household: Once upon a time - like when ESPN used to carry it - you wouldn't go 43 minutes into a SportsCenter without a mention of the NHL when it was in season. But such was the case Wednesday night, when that was the amount of time that went by on the late show before the first hockey highlights.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN REPORTER | November 17, 2006
On the campuses of Ohio State and Michigan, tomorrow's matchup between the top-ranked Buckeyes and the No. 2 Wolverines is merely the latest installment of what both coaches called this week "the greatest rivalry in college football." On several other campuses, tomorrow's game in Columbus between a pair of 11-0 teams might be viewed as a quasi-semifinal to this season's Bowl Championship Series national championship or, depending how tightly it's contested, a prelude to the biggest debate this perennially controversial process has seen.
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By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,Sun Reporter | October 27, 2006
Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe was prepared to give his players the speech about how their in-state game at North Carolina tomorrow would be emotionally charged because of the familiarity between the two homegrown rosters. What he didn't expect was the added intangible of the Tar Heels playing for a lame-duck coach. John Bunting was fired in the midst of a 1-6 season that includes no wins against an Atlantic Coast Conference or Division I-A opponent. The move, effective after this season, was announced Sunday night, just a few days after an embarrassing 23-0 loss to Virginia on national television.
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By MIKE PRESTON | September 30, 2006
When the Ravens meet the San Diego Chargers tomorrow at M&T Bank Stadium, it will be like looking in the mirror. The similarities are almost scary. Both teams like to run the ball and want their quarterbacks to effectively manage the game. Both have top running backs, tight ends, big-name linebackers and a solid, veteran receiver on the outside. San Diego's defense is ranked No. 1, the Ravens' is ranked No. 2. Anything else? Both teams are looking to make a statement in tomorrow's game.
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By MIKE PRESTON | September 16, 2006
Will it be Samari Rolle or Chris McAlister? That's the big question heading into tomorrow's game as the Ravens host the Oakland Raiders at M&T Bank Stadium. The Raiders have one of the game's best receivers in Randy Moss, and it will be interesting to see which cornerback, McAlister or Rolle, draws the assignment of covering Moss. But that's actually the No. 2 key to stopping the Raiders. Raiders @Ravens Tomorrow, 1 p.m., Ch. 13, 97.9 FM Line: Ravens by 12
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | November 16, 2002
The Ravens made a decision on one of their injured defensive stars, but they will likely wait until game time tomorrow to make the call on another one. The latter player, linebacker Ray Lewis, has been out since partially dislocating his left shoulder five weeks ago. He was upgraded from doubtful to questionable yesterday. Both coach Brian Billick and Lewis said his playing status won't likely be known until game time. On the former, Billick said the sprained right ankle of cornerback Chris McAlister is "not ready to go."
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | November 8, 2003
The St. Louis Rams gave up five sacks in their 30-10 loss at San Francisco on Sunday, a performance unacceptable for a line that features high-profile tackles Orlando Pace and Kyle Turley. Despite trading a second-round pick to the New Orleans Saints for Turley, the Rams' line play has been up and down this season, but the Ravens' pass-rushing combination of Terrell Suggs and Peter Boulware should still face its biggest obstacles of the year tomorrow night at the Edward Jones Dome. The Rams have allowed four or more sacks in three games yet have held teams to one sack or less in three.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 26, 2006
Top-ranked Calvert Hall stretched its winning streak to 35 games by picking up two wins at yesterday's Riverdale Baptist tournament in Upper Marlboro. In the first game against St. Stephen's & St. Agnes School of Virginia, the Cardinals had a tough time with the Saints as they trailed late in the game. Cardinal reliever Jesse Cunningham came in at the top of the sixth, picked off two Saints base runners and added a strikeout. Nick Wojnowski drove in two runs with a double in the seventh inning as the Cardinals walked off with an 8-7 win. In the second game, Calvert Hall took on Riverdale Baptist and had a much more dominant performance, leading from the start to take an 11-2 victory.
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By SIMMI BUTTAR | November 4, 2005
Hockey Thrashers@Capitals Where -- MCI Center, Washington When -- Tonight, 7 What now? -- Washington's Southeast Division rivals, who routed the Caps by a combined 15-4 in two games last month, return to D.C. for their second appearance of the season. If instead you want to see a higher-profile opponent, the Maple Leafs visit MCI Center on Sunday evening at 5. Toronto captain Mats Sundin, who was injured when he was hit in the eye by a puck in the season opener, might make his return.
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