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Baltimore Sun columnistIt was a passive morning at Passing Fancy, the flat expanse of farmland where John Unitas, wife Sandra and their three children live in comfort and a laid-back, kick-off-your-shoes kind of rural leisure. Their impeccable white-fenced sanctuary is...
When former Baltimore Colts great and Hall of Fame quarterback John Unitas died yesterday of an apparent heart attack, so did an era in Baltimore when a professional athlete embodied the spirit and passion of a city. Unitas was so Baltimore, and...
Sun ReporterFor the second straight year, the Army-Navy game came down to a field goal in the closing seconds.But where the senior Patmon Malcom succeeded for the Cadets in winning last year's contest with a 49-yard kick at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia, Ryan...
Tags: Defense, Teaching and Learning, Armed Forces, Death, Students
The Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens and quarterback Joe Flacco have reportedly agreed to terms on a six-year contract worth more than $120 million. But is the fifth-year quarterback worth more than the Saints' Drew Brees, the NFL's highest-paid...
For What it’s Worth---February 28 -- They filed out in silence, not sure of what they’d just seen, but positive that they didn’t want to see it anymore. What a difference three days makes--- Wichita State went from 94 points scored...
The California Sports Hall of Fame has announced its 2013 inductees: Kings legend Luc Robitaille, San Diego Padres star Tony Gwynn, track star Florence Griffith-Joyner, football icon Joe Montana, former USC football coach John Robinson and diver Greg...
Tags: NASCAR, Luc Robitaille
So it's a bummer that the Bears weren't in the Super Bowl. Again. But there still were fans in Chicago with plenty at stake. RedEye sent Jack Silverstein (@readjack) to Ravens haven Fizz Chicago and Ryan Smith (@ryansmithwriter) to 49ers stronghold...
It's Super Bowl time again, and that can mean only one thing. Well, two things, actually. Overdone commercials and anticlimactic halftime entertainment. But will today's CBS telecast also bring out the best football? Perhaps. But the Ravens and 49ers...
Ravens 34, 49ers 31 (final) The Baltimore Ravens have defeated the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII. It's the second championship for the Ravens and linebacker Ray Lewis, who is retiring after 17 seasons. After taking a safety on their...
In the event Marc Trestman and Jay Cutler do not always speak the same language, the Bears have hired a translator. We can be assured Matt Cavanaugh can converse in Trestmanish as well as Cutlerese. What's more, he presumably understands whatever sign...
Groller's CornerFor your amusement purposes only, RJ Bell of Pregame.com has provided a list of some of the more amusing prop bets that will be taken in Vegas before Sunday's big game. If you can't be in New Orleans, the best place to experience the Super Bowl is Vegas...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFriends since their youth and diehard Baltimore Ravens fans, Donnie Stotelmyer and Mark Crilly were elated to get tickets to Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans. Crilly was selected in the Ravens lottery for the right to buy Super Bowl tickets — at a...
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