It is the unwritten rule that almost everyone seems to accept as fact: If John Harbaugh’s Ravens do not make the playoffs, he will be fired as head coach. That might be true, but with a caveat: If the Ravens get into the playoffs and lose ugly in the first round, Harbaugh could be fired, too.
On Saturday, Ravens safety Eric Weddle will match up with one of his best friends in Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers. That's just one of many colliding narratives in the life of the recent Pro Bowl selection.
While introducing the class, St. Frances co-coach Henry Russell talked about all the success it led the Panthers to on Friday nights and was quick to emphasize the hard work in the classroom and at practice that always comes first.
Making a change is never easy on the player. It’s even worse on the coach whose job it is to put the players on the field that gives his team the best chance of winning. It’s a difficult decision because of the relationships that we form with each player.
A controversial ban from a youth football league in Carroll County slowed the Reisterstown Mustangs, but did not prevent them from competing in the World Youth Championship in Canton, Ohio, this weekend.
The Ravens have won three games in a row using pounding, ball-control offense and aggressive defense. Will that formula work against the best teams in NFL, such as this week's opponent, the Kansas City Chiefs?
Quarterback David Tammaro, running back Stuart Walters and wide receiver Luke McFadden will be significant factors in how the No. 14 Blue Jays fare at No. 1 and 13-time reigning national champion Mount Union in Saturday’s NCAA Division III tournament semifinal.
From the name he is now referred to, to the way he talked about his team's talent and its coaching staff, here are three takeaways from new Maryland's coach Michael Locksley's introductory press conference.