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By Mike Preston | May 11, 1991
University of Maryland athletic director Andy Geiger announced yesterday that the university has reached an agreement with WRC (980 AM) in Silver Spring granting the radio station local broadcast rights for football and men's basketball games.WRC replaces WMAL (630 AM), which could not reach an agreement with Jefferson Pilot Communications, to whom the Terps sold their rights three years ago.A spokesman for the Naval Academy confirmed yesterday that WMAL will broadcast Navy football games next season.
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By Kent Baker | December 1, 2001
Navy (0-9) vs. Army (2-8) Site: Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia Time: 11:45 a.m. TV/Radio: Ch 13,9/WNAV (1430 AM), WJFK (1300 AM), WMAL (630 AM) Series: Army leads 48-46-7 Last week: Both teams were idle Outlook: For the second straight year, Navy seeks to soothe the aches of a winless season against its archrival. Again, the pressure falls on Navy's defense, which has allowed 76 points in the past two games and 318 overall. The key may be the Midshipmen's ability to cope with the balanced Army attack, which nicely mixes the passing of Curtis Zervic and the running of C.J. Young.
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By Mike Preston | May 11, 1991
The University of Maryland has reached agreement with WRC (980 AM) in Silver Spring granting the radio station local broadcast rights for football and men's basketball games, athletic director Andy Geiger announced yesterday.WRC replaces WMAL (630 AM), which could not reach an agreement with Jefferson Pilot Communications, to whom the Terps sold their rights three years ago.A spokesman for the Naval Academy confirmed yesterday that WMAL will broadcast Navy football games next season.Geiger's announcement did not include the status of play-by-play announcer Johnny Holliday, who has been the voice of the Terrapins for 12 years.
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March 29, 1995
Opponent: Tampa Bay LightningSite: ThunderDome, St. Petersburg, Fla.Time: 7:30TV/Radio: Ch. 20/WMAL (630 AM)Outlook: The Capitals, 12-12-7 and in a tight race for the fifth spot in the Eastern Conference standings, are 9-2-2 in their past 13 games, but 0-1-1 in their past two. D Calle Johansson returns to the lineup after missing two games with the flu. In Tampa Bay, the Caps face a team that is on a mini-hot streak, having won three of its past four games....
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January 25, 1995
Opponent: Montreal CanadiensSite: Montreal ForumTime: 7:30TV/Radio: Ch. 20/WMAL (630 AM)Outlook: Montreal is 0-1-0 after losing to the New York Rangers, 5-2, at Madison Square Garden on Saturday night, and already has faced questions concerning its offense. "There's no question we've got to work on scoring," said team captain Kirk Muller. This is Montreal's home opener, and the team anticipates a sellout. Neither team reports any injuries.
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By RAY FRAGER | July 12, 1991
When University of Maryland football and basketball move to a new flagship for 1991-92, there will be a familiar voice at the helm.Johnny Holliday is returning for his 13th year of Maryland radio play-by-play, Jefferson Pilot Sports announced yesterday. However, Holliday is getting a new football partner: Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, a former Terrapins wide receiver, is replacing ex-Baltimore Colt Tom Matte, who worked with Holliday for two seasons. Greg Manning will return as basketball analyst.
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By Kent Baker | December 1, 2001
Navy (0-9) vs. Army (2-8) Site: Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia Time: 11:45 a.m. TV/Radio: Ch 13,9/WNAV (1430 AM), WJFK (1300 AM), WMAL (630 AM) Series: Army leads 48-46-7 Last week: Both teams were idle Outlook: For the second straight year, Navy seeks to soothe the aches of a winless season against its archrival. Again, the pressure falls on Navy's defense, which has allowed 76 points in the past two games and 318 overall. The key may be the Midshipmen's ability to cope with the balanced Army attack, which nicely mixes the passing of Curtis Zervic and the running of C.J. Young.
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By RAY FRAGER | July 12, 1991
When University of Maryland football and basketball move to a new flagship for 1991-92, there will be a familiar voice at the helm.Johnny Holliday is returning for his 13th year of Maryland radio play-by-play, Jefferson Pilot Sports announced yesterday. However, Holliday is getting a new football partner: Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof, a former Terrapins wide receiver, is replacing ex-Baltimore Colt Tom Matte, who worked with Holliday for two seasons. Greg Manning will return as basketball analyst.
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By Mike Preston | May 11, 1991
The University of Maryland has reached agreement with WRC (980 AM) in Silver Spring granting the radio station local broadcast rights for football and men's basketball games, athletic director Andy Geiger announced yesterday.WRC replaces WMAL (630 AM), which could not reach an agreement with Jefferson Pilot Communications, to whom the Terps sold their rights three years ago.A spokesman for the Naval Academy confirmed yesterday that WMAL will broadcast Navy football games next season.Geiger's announcement did not include the status of play-by-play announcer Johnny Holliday, who has been the voice of the Terrapins for 12 years.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston | May 11, 1991
University of Maryland athletic director Andy Geiger announced yesterday that the university has reached an agreement with WRC (980 AM) in Silver Spring granting the radio station local broadcast rights for football and men's basketball games.WRC replaces WMAL (630 AM), which could not reach an agreement with Jefferson Pilot Communications, to whom the Terps sold their rights three years ago.A spokesman for the Naval Academy confirmed yesterday that WMAL will broadcast Navy football games next season.
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