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Ravens begin tearing up artificial turf at M&T Bank Stadium, expect to plant grass around May 1

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  • Louisville basketball self-imposes postseason ban amid escort scandal

    Louisville basketball self-imposes postseason ban amid escort scandal

    Louisville has announced a one-year postseason ban for its men's basketball team amid ongoing investigations into a sex scandal in which an escort alleged that a former staffer paid her and other dancers to strip and have sex with recruits and players. University President James Ramsey said Friday...

  • Texas Western celebrating historic title 50 years later

    Texas Western celebrating historic title 50 years later

    David Lattin says something happens every day to remind him of Texas Western's historic NCAA championship in 1966, when the Miners won with the first all-black starting lineup in a title game against all-white Kentucky. The center from that team and eight of his teammates have gathered in El Paso...

  • State hoops roundup (Feb. 4): Mount men fall to LIU Brooklyn

    State hoops roundup (Feb. 4): Mount men fall to LIU Brooklyn

    Martin Hermannsson scored 21 points, Jerome Frink had 19 and host LIU Brooklyn beat Mount St. Mary's, 77-74, on Thursday night. Hermannsson shot 5-for-11 from the field and made nine of 10 free throws. Frink added a game-high nine rebounds and finished 7-for-14 from the field. Joel Hernandez scored...

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  • Pat Haden will step down as USC athletic director on June 30

    Pat Haden will step down as USC athletic director on June 30

    Pat Haden, the athletic director who steered USC through NCAA sanctions but was plagued by turmoil in recent months, will retire in June. The former USC quarterback’s five-plus years leading the department were marked by improved facilities and fundraising, but also tumult on and off the field....

  • Bianchi: Even Steve Spurrier wants Peyton Manning to go from Citrus Bowl MVP to Super Bowl MVP

    Bianchi: Even Steve Spurrier wants Peyton Manning to go from Citrus Bowl MVP to Super Bowl MVP

    Running off at the typewriter. … Even Steve Spurrier, the University of Florida coaching legend who used to take such pleasure in beating a young Peyton Manning and his Tennessee Volunteers, will be rooting for an old Peyton and his Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl. Manning, of course, was 0-4...

  • Penn State, Pitt reviving their rivalry through recruiting as well

    Penn State, Pitt reviving their rivalry through recruiting as well

    Penn State and Pitt have re-energized their duel for recruits in Pennsylvania, specifically Pittsburgh, over the past two years. On Wednesday, both coaching staffs declared victory. As they march toward a Sept. 10 rivalry game at Pittsburgh's Heinz Field, Penn State and Pitt continue to go head-to-head...

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Blue Crab Project Tuesday, Feb. 9: Kelly Webb of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources' Blue Crab Project will speak at a meeting of the Northwest Chapter of the Maryland Saltwater Sportfishing Association at Patapsco Council No. 1960 Knights of Columbus Hall at 1010 Frederick Road, Catonsville....

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  • D.C. United has not yet filed tampering charges against Orlando City

    D.C. United has not yet filed tampering charges against Orlando City

    The Antonio Nocerino saga continued this week with a Washington Post report indicating D.C. United was preparing to file tampering charges against Orlando City. D.C. had not yet filed charges against Orlando City as of Friday, an MLS spokeswoman said. Orlando City was hit with tampering charges...

  • Steve Birnbaum makes the most of his chance for U.S. soccer team

    Steve Birnbaum makes the most of his chance for U.S. soccer team

    A month ago, Steve Birnbaum's future with the national soccer team appeared uncertain at best. He had been called into training camp just once, played in one game, and was sent back to his club team with the admonition, "Don't call us, we'll call you." Nearly a year passed before the phone rang....

  • Fearing a strike, U.S. Soccer Federation sues women's team union

    Fearing a strike, U.S. Soccer Federation sues women's team union

    The U.S. Soccer Federation sued the union of its world championship women's soccer team on Wednesday, saying it fears players may attempt to strike ahead of this year's Olympics. In a complaint filed in federal court in Chicago, the USSF said Richard Nichols, who became executive director of the...

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