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Game 9: Ravens' wait ends in a smile
The referees were huddled in the end zone after time ran out, trying to determine if there was a penalty that would give the Oakland Raiders another shot to tie or win the game yesterday, and the Ravens were getting some bad vibes.Ravens center Wally Williams said he thought the officials would give the Raiders another play. Defensive tackle Tony Siragusa thought the Raiders would be awarded a victory. Cornerback Rod Woodson was giving the Ravens' side of the argument in the middle of the officials. And coach Ted Marchibroda said he had no clue to what was going on.
By Mike Preston
November 9, 1998