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Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti and former kicker Matt Stover look at Stover's name on the stadium after he was inducted into the Ring of Honor in a ceremony during halftime of the Ravens' 31-24 win over the Bengals on Nov. 20, 2011.
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti and former kicker Matt Stover look at Stover's name on the stadium after he was inducted into the Ring of Honor in a ceremony during halftime of the Ravens' 31-24 win over the Bengals on Nov. 20, 2011. (Dylan Slagle / Baltimore Sun Media Group)

Oct. 22, 2000: For the fourth consecutive game, the Ravens fail to score a touchdown, losing, 14-6, to the Tennessee Titans before an announced 69,200 at PSINet Stadium. Baltimore (5-3) gets two field goals from Matt Stover, who has scored the team's past 40 points.

Oct. 22, 1988: Bowie State's quarterbacks fail to complete a pass in 13 attempts, but tailback Noel Harrison throws a 49-yarder to Bryant Hall with 1:38 remaining for the game-winner as the Bulldogs (8-0) defeat American International, 16-13.

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Bjorn Borg, pictured in 1983, won the French Open six times and Wimbledon five times.
Bjorn Borg, pictured in 1983, won the French Open six times and Wimbledon five times. (Baltimore Sun file photo)

Oct. 28, 1983: Tennis star Bjorn Borg, 27, winner of 11 Grand Slam singles titles, defeats U.S. star Roscoe Tanner, 7-6, 6-4, in an exhibition at the Civic Center before a crowd of more than 4,500.

Joe Gattuso in August 1975.
Joe Gattuso in August 1975. (Baltimore Sun file photo)

Oct. 22, 1977: Navy tailback Joe Gattuso rushes for 251 yards and two touchdowns, catches three passes for 25 yards and passes for a 20-yard score in the Midshipmen's 42-17 victory over William & Mary in Annapolis.

Former Celtics star Bob Cousy, pictured in October 2006, coached the Cincinnati and Kansas City-Omaha Royals from 1969 to 1973.
Former Celtics star Bob Cousy, pictured in October 2006, coached the Cincinnati and Kansas City-Omaha Royals from 1969 to 1973. (Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images)

Oct. 24, 1969: The NBA's Cincinnati Royals, in Bob Cousy's Baltimore coaching debut, lose in overtime to the Bullets, 131-126, at the Civic Centre. Gus Johnson leads the home team with 39 points and 19 rebounds.

From left, Art Donovan (sitting), Raymond Berry, Gino Marchetti and Lenny Moore pose at Martin's West in December 2011.
From left, Art Donovan (sitting), Raymond Berry, Gino Marchetti and Lenny Moore pose at Martin's West in December 2011. (Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun)

Oct. 28, 1956: Lenny Moore races for touchdowns of 72 and 79 yards as the Colts (2-3) defeat Green Bay, 28-21, before an announced 40,086 at Memorial Stadium. Baltimore's defense, led by end Gino Marchetti and tackle Art Donovan, hold the Packers to 20 rushing yards.

Jack Scarbath was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1983.
Jack Scarbath was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1983. (Baltimore Sun file photo)

Oct. 27, 1951: Maryland routs once-beaten LSU, 27-0 in Baton Rouge for its fifth straight win. Jack Scarbath (Poly) scores two touchdowns for the No. 5 Terps, who'll finish undefeated with a Sugar Bowl victory over Tennessee.

Oct. 24, 1947: Fritz Maisel, a two-year-old colt named for the former Orioles third baseman and Catonsville native, wins the Burning Tree Purse at Laurel Race Course.

Maryland's Crystal Langhorne, right, celebrates with teammate Ashleigh Newman (21) after defeating Duke, 78-75, to win the NCAA basketball championship in April 2006 in Boston.
Maryland's Crystal Langhorne, right, celebrates with teammate Ashleigh Newman (21) after defeating Duke, 78-75, to win the NCAA basketball championship in April 2006 in Boston. (WINSLOW TOWNSON / AP)

Birthday

Oct. 27. 1986: Crystal Langhorne, a 6-foot-2 basketball forward and three-time All-American who led the Maryland women to the 2006 NCAA championship.

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