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Singing sheep, talking oranges, Walken closets: Watch Super Bowl 50 ads

Super Bowl 50 probably will be a little boring: Two top defenses playing. Peyton Manning flailing about. Jim Nantz and Phil Simms talking. And don't get me started on Coldplay.

That's why it's important you get the important stuff out of the way. I'm talking, of course, about preparing for the Super Bowl's many awesome and awful ads.

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Ravens receiver Steve Smith Sr.'s son signs to play soccer at DePaul

Last we heard from Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr.'s son, Peyton, he was at M&T Bank Stadium, sitting in the stands for a preseason game with his recently ejected father.

The two made headlines again Wednesday, but for a different reason, and in a different sport. A soccer star at Carmel Christian (N.C.), Peyton Smith signed his letter of intent to play at DePaul.

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Coach John Hairball to face Ben Roethlis-Purr-Ger in Kitten Bowl III

This is the closest the Ravens will get to the Super Bowl this season.

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Justin Forsett got to meet President Obama, and now they're 'pretty much besties'

Bad news for me: Justin Forsett has a sports blog and is a really funny writer.

Good news for me: Justin Forsett has a sports blog and is a really funny writer.

The Ravens running back's sporadic posts on justinforsett.sportsblog.com, a URL I did not just make up, have touched on the film "Concussion," the NBA Finals and his own NFL draft recollections.

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Panthers defensive end Ryan Delaire (Towson) got to dance with Miss Universe
Loyola Maryland's Eric Laster hits late game-winner for 2nd straight season

Eric Laster became an instant hero for the Loyola Maryland men's basketball team last season when his contested, fadeaway 17-footer gave the Greyhounds a 64-62 win at Columbia.

On Monday night, Laster, now a senior averaging about 9.5 points per game, got into the pho nebooth again.

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