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Brock Huard: Earl Thomas Brings Special Competitive Drive

Ravens safety Earl Thomas is a "hyperactive, hyper-competitive, hyper-feisty guy that loves to ball out," according to former NFL quarterback Brock Huard, who covered the six-time Pro Bowler as an analyst for the Seahawks.

Bond Between Zimmerman, Caringi Highlights HOF Class

When Don Zimmerman took control of UMBC men's lacrosse in 1993, he immediately bonded with fellow coach and Baltimore native Pete Caringi. "We just started talking like two Baltimore guys," Zimmerman said. "If you were from out of town, you probably couldn't understand the conversation."

John Feinstein: Maryland's Mark Turgeon Not On Hot Seat

For the third consecutive season, Maryland basketball failed to win a game in the Big Ten tournament, but broadcaster, author and Washington Post columnist John Feinstein says Mark Turgeon isn't yet on the hot seat, in part because of his contract.

Predicting The Orioles' 25-Man Roster

Stan "The Fan" Charles takes a stab at predicting the Orioles' 25-man roster, and he says a couple of last-minute surprises could be on the way.

With Tony Jefferson Assist, Justin Bethel Ready For Ravens

With a head coach whose background is in special teams, and with a former teammate providing a big assist with recruiting, Justin Bethel said he felt the Ravens organization was "the right fit" for him.

Local Men's Lacrosse Power Rankings: Week Five

Todd Karpovich shares his latest power rankings for the seven local Division I and eight local Division III men's lacrosse teams, and Maryland remains in the top spot.

Where The Ravens Stand After Free-Agency Frenzy

Now that the initial NFL free-agency frenzy has passed, Bo Smolka examines the Ravens' roster by position to see where the team stands and the level of need moving forward.

Glenn Clark: Mark Turgeon Has Chance To Change Narrative

Glenn Clark confirms that Terps head coach Mark Turgeon is not on the hot seat as Maryland enters the NCAA Tournament, and he says the coming week also brings a very real opportunity for Turgeon to change the narrative that surrounds him.

Jim Henneman: No Express Lane To Majors Under Mike Elias

Jim Henneman says the Orioles' decision to have outfielder Austin Hays start the season at Triple-A reinforces that the club's new mantra of building an elite pipeline of talent at every level means bringing prospects through the system one step at a time.

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Bond Between Don Zimmerman, Pete Caringi Highlights UMBC Athletics Hall Of Fame Class

When Don Zimmerman took control of UMBC men's lacrosse in 1993, he immediately bonded with fellow coach and Baltimore native Pete Caringi. "We just started talking like two Baltimore guys," Zimmerman said. "If you were from out of town, you probably couldn't understand the conversation."

Jim Henneman: Outpouring Of Love For Frank Robinson Reassuring Testimony To His Impact

Jim Henneman says the reaction to his tribute to Frank Robinson was one of the best responses he's ever had, and he shares some of the comments he received from Dave Trembley, Ernie Accorsi, Gary Roenicke, Doug DeCinces and others.

Towson Women's Basketball Ready For First NCAA Tournament

Towson women's basketball will face UConn in the NCAA Tournament, but the Tigers aren't worried about their opponent. "They are still up and excited about the opportunity to play in the NCAA Tournament," coach Diane Richardson said. "And you can't tell them they're not going to go there and win."

Nebraska Dud Refocuses Terps Ahead Of NCAA Tournament, Belmont

As one of only three Terps with NCAA Tournament experience, Anthony Cowan has a simple message for his teammates ahead of their matchup against Belmont -- "No matter what seed you come in, every team is going to be good. ... We've just got to be ready for it."