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  • Maryland playing for present and future

    Maryland playing for present and future
    RALEIGH, N.C. - Maryland football coaches concede they're facing a "dilemma" in resolving competing goals for the last four games of a trying season in which the Terrapins have yet to win a game on the road. Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen said he knows he...
  • Phelps easily wins 200 fly at Santa Clara Grand Prix

    Michael Phelps clobbered the competition in the 200-meter butterfly at the Santa Clara International Grand Prix. Phelps touched first in 1 minute, 54.31 seconds, beating the field by 5.67 seconds. Phelps' time lowered the meet record of 1:55.93 set by...
  • Ranking the top 10 sports stories of the past decade

    Ranking the top 10 sports stories of the past decade
    Did the past decade really go by this fast? Wasn't it just yesterday when the parade celebrating the Ravens' Super Bowl victory rolled through downtown with 200,000 packed in along the route? Maybe it just seems like it because the Ravens teased us last...
  • Baltimore's next great point guard

    A smattering of spectators trickled in and out of the Lombard Middle School gym last Saturday for a late-season Baltimore Innovative Athletic Conference boys basketball matchup between host Baltimore Freedom Academy and Coppin Academy. Most of the 60...
  • Spitz says he feels sorry for Phelps

    Mark Spitz says he feels badly for Michael Phelps. Spitz, whose record of seven gold medals at the 1972 Olympics was broken when Phelps won eight last year, talked briefly about Phelps last night while in Little Rock, Ark., for a speaking engagement....
  • UM still trying to lease Tyser suites

    UM still trying to lease Tyser suites
    - The white wine was chilling on the counter. The chicken Parmesan, flank steak and Caesar salads were soon to arrive. Rick Jaklitsch's second-level Byrd Stadium suite had a swank look and a new-car smell. But the party was down a few guests. The...
  • Q&A with Heather A. Dinich

    Jim, Moultrie, Ga.: It appears Coach Friedgen is a good coach but a poor recruiter. Why are so many potential recruits leaving and going elsewhere? Will Maryland football return to the big time? I am tired of my friends here in Georgia ragging me about my...
  • Terps Q&A with Heather A. Dinich

    Gary, Silver Spring: Maryland's senior basketball class has suffered another black eye with Chris McCray's dismissal. So far, that class has three arrests, one has left the program, and one was lost to poor academics. Since winning the national...
  • As past rushes back, all at risk

    ATLANTA - The change in Jamal Lewis last season was subtle but unmistakable. An extra measure of resolve. A willingness to lead. Most of all, a hunger for recognition, not as one of the workmanlike but faceless NFL running backs who dependably gain chunks...
  • Switch-hitting experiment paid off

    The Orioles knew they had something special at Double-A Asheville in 1975, even if Eddie Murray wasn't showing it at the plate. He was 19 then, and the accolades were already piling up, so this hardly seemed like the time for drastic measures or new...
  • Classic kickoff: Terps-Notre Dame Aug. 31

    Maryland will begin the 2002 football season on Aug. 31, facing Notre Dame in the Kickoff Classic at Giants Stadium in New Jersey. The school released its 2002 schedule yesterday. Coming off an appearance in the Orange Bowl, the Terps will play a school-...
  • Youngster's drive couldn't be sacked

    When John Unitas was in seventh grade at a Catholic grade school in the hard hills south of downtown Pittsburgh, his teacher asked each of the students in his class what they wanted to be when they grew up. A pro football player, Unitas said. His...