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  • Grubbs doubtful, Carr and J. Smith out vs. Titans

    Grubbs doubtful, Carr and J. Smith out vs. Titans
    The Ravens released the final injury report of the week, and starting left guard Ben Grubbs is listed as doubtful for Sunday's contest at the Tennessee Titans. Grubbs has been bothered by a toe injury that has shelved him for the entire week of...
  • After sloppy start, Maryland rallies for 65-61 win over FIU

    After sloppy start, Maryland rallies for 65-61 win over FIU
    ESPN brought its cameras and crew to Comcast Center on Wednesday night for a nationally televised game between Maryland and Florida International. Rivalry week, this isn't. Nor was it an "Instant Classic," but what had the makings of a clunker for the...
  • Jimmy Smith living up to expectations on the field — but not off it

    Jimmy Smith living up to expectations on the field — but not off it
    Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith strolled into the locker room this week looking like a man without a concern in the world, right up until the second he realized a reporter was standing in front of his locker, notebook in hand. Smith leaned his head back,...
  • Ravens must make fixes in three key areas

    Ravens must make fixes in three key areas
    As far as Terrell Suggs was concerned, the Ravens' 26-13 loss to the Tennessee Titans at LP Field Sunday was neither humbling nor groundbreaking. In fact, the outspoken linebacker didn't feel that it revealed anything that shouldn't have already been...
  • Baltimore-area players star in Brooks Robinson All-Star Game

    Baltimore-area players star in Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
    Matt Bosse was about 5 feet from having the perfect first at-bat at Camden Yards. The Calvert Hall graduate's ball sailed over the center fielder's head and landed just shy of the wall, 410 feet from the plate, for a double as Bosse helped the North...
  • Birk, Cody, Redding latest additions to injury concerns

    Birk, Cody, Redding latest additions to injury concerns
    The Ravens’ list of injury concerns appears to be getting longer as three more starters did not participate during the portion of Wednesday’s practice open to the media. Center Matt Birk, nose tackle Terrence Cody and defensive end Cory...
  • Ravens' Wednesday injury report

    Ravens' Wednesday injury report
    Five Ravens starters did not practice Wednesday. They are: wide receiver Lee Evans (left ankle), center Matt Birk (left knee), left guard Ben Grubbs (toe), defensive end Cory Redding (toe) and nose tackle Terrence Cody (concussion). Wide receiver/kick...
  • Bernard Pollard hopes the Giants thrash the Patriots

    Bernard Pollard hopes the Giants thrash the Patriots
    A day after the Ravens lost to the New England Patriots, 23-20, in the AFC championship game, Ravens strong safety Barnard Pollard revealed to the world -- well, a Houston radio station -- which team he will be pulling for in the Super Bowl on Feb. 5. I&...
  • UMBC's Zimmerman taking optimistic stance on spate of injuries

    UMBC's Zimmerman taking optimistic stance on spate of injuries
    The Sun’s preview on UMBC will be published Wednesday, but here’s a sampling of my interview with coach Don Zimmerman. Injuries have taken a toll on the Retrievers, who will play the 2012 season without Joseph Impallaria. The junior...
  • Wrestling: One Owings Mills star falls, another grabs fifth

    Wrestling: One Owings Mills star falls, another grabs fifth
    For the second straight year, Owings Mills High advanced more wrestlers to the two-day state tournament in College Park than any of the 100 or so other teams competing — 13 grapplers in all. "It's hard to get all those people to the state...
  • Face-Off Classic shaping up to be a defensive display

    Face-Off Classic shaping up to be a defensive display
    Big-stage events such as theKonica MinoltaFace-Off Classicat M&T Bank Stadium are usually a showcase for explosive offenses and highlight-reel goals. But four of the six participants at Saturday's Classic feature a defenseman who has been an All-...
  • Cohen takes lead in starting goalie race for UMBC

    Cohen takes lead in starting goalie race for UMBC
    Brian McCullough finished last season as UMBC’s starting goalkeeper, but the senior apparently won’t open the upcoming campaign in the same position. That’s because junior Adam Cohen has impressed the coaching staff enough to position...