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Fans to get inside look at Towson vs. Delaware men’s basketball game

The Colonial Athletic Association and CBS Sports Network are giving fans an inside look during Thursday’s Towson at Delaware men’s basketball game as both coaches will be wearing microphones as they work the sideline.

Delaware coach Martin Ingelsby and Towson coach Pat Skerry will be mic’d up during the game, giving fans a glimpse of what life is like for a coach during a game. Comments from both coaches will be relayed via the telecast at different points during the game, while clips of their commentary will also be shared on both CBS Sports Network’s and the CAA’s social media platforms.

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Entering the game, Towson (13-10, 7-4 CAA) and Delaware (16-7, 6-4) are separated by a half-game in the CAA standings. The Blue Hens come into the game with the longest active winning streak in the CAA at four games, while Towson has won seven of its past eight.

In 2019-20, 14 CAA men’s basketball games will be carried on the CBS Sports Network, including the semifinals and championship of the CAA tournament.

NFL: The NFL suspended Jacksonville Jaguars defensive tackle Carl Davis without pay for the first four games of the regular season for violating the league’s policy on performance-enhancing substances. Davis’ contract is set to expire when the new league calendar begins in March, and it’s unlikely the Jaguars will re-sign him. The 6-foot-5, 320-pound defender played in three games in 2019, including two for Jacksonville and one for Indianapolis. A Michigan native and Iowa graduate, Davis also spent time with the Ravens (2015 to 2017) and Cleveland (2018). He has 32 tackles in 36 NFL games. The Ravens selected him in the third round of the 2015 draft.

Men’s college lacrosse: Maryland midfielder Jack Brennan was named the Big Ten Freshman of the Week. Brennan scored two goals in the Terps’ 20-13 win over High Point on Saturday.

Men’s college swimming: Loyola Maryland sophomore Jimmy Hayburn (St. Mary’s) was named the Patriot League’s Male Swimmer of the Week for a second time in the past three weeks. Hayburn takes home the award after breaking his own school record in the 50-yard butterfly during a dual victory over Mount St. Mary’s over the weekend. He touched the wall in 22.44 seconds, finishing 0.06 under his previous mark which was established in November 2018.

Women’s college tennis: Maryland freshman Ayana Akli was named Big Ten Tennis Athlete of the Week. Akli went 2-0 in singles, with pair of wins against ranked opponents in matches against Columbia and VCU.

Outdoors: The Maryland Park Service is upgrading its online reservation system with new features that will make it easier for customers and park staff to use. The new version of the online reservation system will be available to customers Feb. 13. The online reservation system will be unavailable Feb. 6-12 while the upgrade is completed. The online reservation system on the Maryland Department of Natural Resources website is used by customers to reserve campsites, cabins, pavilions, and other amenities at dozens of parks around the state. Contact Lora McCoy at 410-260-8156 for more information.

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