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The Baltimore Ravens finished their 2015 NFL season with a 24-16 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Sunday’s defeat at Paul Brown Stadium left the Ravens with a disappointing final record of 5-11.
Maryland’s high-percentage shooting probably kept them from getting blown out on a night in which they didn’t take care of the ball.
Former Maryland Terrapins Head Basketball Coach Gary Williams joined Sports Rehab to give his thoughts on the current Maryland Terps squad as well as the general landscape of college basketball for the 2015-16 season.
Former Ravens Safety Ed Reed Bob on Sports Rehab to discuss his induction into the Ravens Ring of Honor this weekend as well as his thoughts about the league in general.
In the end, it was Maryland who emerged victorious on the court 75-71. But we were all winners on an evening in which a rivalry was renewed.
With the loss to the Browns, reeling Baltimore drops to 1-4 for the first time in franchise history.
The Wild Card games are done and the Houston Astros and the Chicago Cubs have advanced to the Division Series round in the American and National Leagues.
The Birds have been victorious in 11 of their last 15 contests and are back to a .500 record.
Since 1990, only 11.7 percent of NFL teams that start the season 0-2 advance to the postseason. Of course, that is the situation the Ravens find themselves in at this time.
Bob makes some predictions for how the 2015 season will play out with the Indianapolis Colts and Seattle Seahawks meeting in Super Bowl 50.
On Tuesday night, the Baltimore Orioles played a baseball game against the Tampa Bay Rays. Like the previous five games before Tuesday’s, the Orioles lost. As a matter of fact, the Birds have lost 12 of their last 13 contests.
After starting their 10-game stretch at Camden Yards with a 5-1 record, the Baltimore Orioles ended the homestand with a massive thud.