The Durkins have made six moves since they were married in 2002, and spent no more than five years in the same place. That was at Florida, where both of their children, 6-year-old Abigail and 3-year-old Luke, were born. The Durkins hope their latest move, to Maryland 11 months ago, lasts a lot longer.
Last Wednesday, Harbaugh and his Michigan coaching staff embarked on a month-long trip that includes 38 camps in 21 states across two countries. Monday, the eighth stop on that journey was in Baltimore.
Each week during Big Ten play, The Washington Post¿s Roman Stubbs, another Maryland football beat writer and Matt Zenitz of the Baltimore Sun Media Group share their predictions for the Terps' upcoming game.
Now that Chuck Pagano is leaving the Ravens after one season as defensive coordinator to become the head coach of the Indianapolis Colts, Dean Pees and Clarence Brooks are two names to remember in the coming days.
New Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano is the fourth defensive coordinator in the 16-year history of the Baltimore Ravens to leave to become a head coach elsewhere. Here's a quick look at how the first three coordinators fared after leaving Baltimore.
Thanks to three touchdown drives by the first-team offense and a last-minute drive led by Tyrod Taylor, the Ravens overcame a 14-point first-quarter deficit to win their alleged preseason rivalry game against the Redskins, 34-31. Here is what is on my mind after the Ravens won their second straight preseason game.
Baltimore is blessed with a bunch of talented sports bloggers who bring their unique perspective to the conversation. I often link up to these local writers in my morning Coffee Companion posts, but instead of just exchanging anti-social links with them, I have decided to be slightly less anti-social by exchanging emails with them in a somewhat regular feature called Blogger on Blogger.
Bryan Mattison, the son of former Ravens defensive coordinator Greg Mattison, was a member of the team's practice squad the past two seasons, at times shuffling back and forth from offensive line to defensive line.