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The Sun remembers: Feb. 3-Feb. 9
The Sun remembers: Feb. 3-Feb. 9

Feb. 9, 2006: Sixth-ranked Maryland upsets No. 1 North Carolina, 98-95, in women's basketball. Sophomore scores 25 for the visiting Terps (22-2), and freshman Marissa Coleman adds 23. Feb. 6, 1972: Playing without star center Wes Unseld (ankle injury), the Bullets collapse in the second half and lose, 151-127, to Los Angeles. The host Lakers score 87 points after intermission, the most ever allowed by Baltimore in one half. Feb. 6, 1970: The Bullets outlast the Detroit Pistons, 153-148, in double overtime at the Civic Center in a game that sets a franchise record for most points scored by both teams (301). Earl Monroe gets 39 points, 18 of them in OT. Feb. 7, 1962: Mount St....

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