Jerry Coleman got a one-on-one interview with Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco to talk about what happened to Dennis Pitta during the OTAs.
The winner of this year’s Kentucky Derby is the betting favorite to win. However, Classic Empire is sure to be a strong challenger after finishing fourth, despite being disrupted by a three-horse collision at Churchill Downs.
University of Maryland junior guard Melo Trimble announced today that he is forgoing his final year of collegiate eligibility to enter the NBA Draft and will sign with an agent. This is a terrible mistake no matter who was advising him. He’s simply not ready.
Devereaux, who is now part of the player development department with the Colorado Rockies, was asked about his favorite memories at Oriole Park at Camden Yards and one stood out more than others.
HBO Real Sports correspondent David Scott joined Sports With Coleman to discuss the upcoming piece he filmed involving former Maryland Terrapin and Baltimore native Juan Dixon.
Terps Women’s Basketball coach Brenda Frese joined Sports With Coleman to talk about her team making it to the Sweet 16 this coming weekend in Bridgeport,CT and how her team felt about their seeding in the Big Dance.
Despite a 30-2 record and a No. 4 ranking in the final Associated Press poll of the season, the Maryland women’s basketball team received a No. 3 seed in the upcoming NCAA Tournament.
Which team has more holes to fill: the Baltimore Orioles or the Baltimore Ravens?
It’s still very early into the Orioles’ spring training, but here a few observations that could impact the club as they move towards April.
Jerry Coleman was joined by American sports talk radio personality Scott Ferrall of Ferrall on the Bench to rehash their time working together before they get down to discussing the biggest events in sports.
Jerry also asked the big question on the minds of most Oriole fans…..what is the team going to do with star 3rd baseman Manny Machado when his contract expires in 2018.
There’s no disputing that Buck Showalter is one of the finest managers in MLB, most clubs would hire him in a heartbeat, but does anyone else feel like Buck dropped the ball like Lee Evans once did?