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The Ravens finally found a game they could not win close and ugly as familiar flaws came back to haunt them in a 20-19 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. After another significant injury, this one to cornerback Marlon Humphrey, they might never get a clean shot at becoming the Super Bowl contender they aspired to be in 2021.
After cutting the deficit to 20-19 on a 6-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Lamar Jackson to receiver Sammy Watkins with 12 seconds left, Ravens coach John Harbaugh immediately signaled to go for two. My immediate reaction was to laugh, columnist Mike Preston writes.
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John Harbaugh’s decision to attempt a 2-point conversion to defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers rather than settle for a Justin Tucker extra point to go into overtime will be the subject of much debate this week. But not to his players.
Mark Turgeon’s departure unleashed a wave of emotions throughout the Maryland community. Will the Terps use his departure as a rallying cry, or will they continue to dig themselves into a deeper hole?
With Mark Turgeon's departure, Maryland officials said a national search would begin after this season. But their research has no doubt already begun.
Angel Reese scored 18 points to lead No. 8 Maryland women’s basketball over Rutgers, 73-59, on Sunday in the Big Ten Conference opener for both teams.
For the first time since 2016, the Maryland football team is playing in a bowl game — and it comes against a former Atlantic Coast Conference rival.
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