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  • Faceoff: Who's on the hotter seat, Gary Williams or Ralph Friedgen?

    Faceoff: Who's on the hotter seat, Gary Williams or Ralph Friedgen?
    Ball and burden in Gary's court By David Steele To answer your question, no, it is not too much to ask a team that has won a national championship to reach the NCAA tournament in more than half of the next six seasons. That is Gary Williams' fault. He...
  • Stadium full of memories at age 10

    It seemed a rare and perfect opportunity to take revenge on history. Twenty-three years after the Colts had abandoned Baltimore, they were on their way back for a playoff game. A 13-3 Ravens team lay in wait with the franchise's typical great defense...
  • Bowman coming back - so is Phelps

    Michael Phelps has always said he'd be willing to follow his coach, Bob Bowman, just about anywhere. After the Beijing Olympics, it looks as if Phelps will be following him right back to Baltimore. Bowman -- Phelps' personal coach since he was 11 years...
  • Georgia on his mind after Bulldogs offer chance to be receiver

    Georgia on his mind after Bulldogs offer chance to be receiver
    Last week I got an offer from Georgia. It's the second Southeastern Conference offer I've received so far, with the other one coming from South Carolina. Right now, all the schools are kind of the same to me since I haven't gotten the chance to really...
  • One-on-one drills at camp fun despite NCAA absence

    Last Saturday I went to Penn State for its Nike Football Training Camp. I was at the camp last year, but this year was a little different. For one, there were no college coaches there because of new NCAA rules. I actually liked last year better when...
  • 2006-07 All-Metro girls basketball teams

    Player of the Year Marah Strickland Towson Catholic, senior The Sun's two-time All-Metro Player of the Year will end her high school career with a whirlwind week that few girls have experienced in the history of local basketball. The 6-foot guard,...
  • 2007 All-Metro Wrestling teams

    Wrestler of the Year Zach Brown Wilde Lake The senior used his cat-like balance, reflexes, "strength and technique to clearly separate himself" as Maryland's elite upperweight, said River Hill coach Brandon Lauer, a former NCAA All-American and three-...
  • Talented recruit Gilchrist granted release from UM

    Less than two weeks after junior-college transfer Tyree Evans asked for his release, the University of Maryland granted another potential college basketball star a similar request yesterday. Gus Gilchrist, a talented 6-foot-9, 235-pound forward who, like...
  • Some see cloud over City Hall

    With the raid of Mayor Sheila Dixon's house, the complicated financial investigation that has bubbled through Baltimore news cycles for years officially jumped the local threshold. Political and public relations experts say this whiff of scandal will...
  • Ravens QB Flacco gets a crash course

    Ravens QB Flacco gets a crash course
    There will likely be a time when Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco will have to sidestep blitzing linebacker James Farrior and make a tough throw past safety Troy Polamalu. But before the team's high-profile rookie could think about playing the likes of...
  • Phelps breaks 400 IM mark

    Holding off one of his best friends, Michael Phelps started his second attempt to break Mark Spitz's Olympic record with another epic swim. Phelps, of Rodgers Forge, set a world record in his first event of the U.S. Olympic swimming trials, touching just...
  • Phelps free and easy

    Phelps free and easy
    Shortly after Michael Phelps finished the 200-meter freestyle last night, Mark Schubert, the venerable coach of the U.S. swim team, walked down onto the pool deck inside Qwest Center and threw an arm around the Rodgers Forge native. Schubert leaned in...