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It seemed like yesterday when fans and sports talk radio hosts (me included) were talking about the lack of off-season moves by the Baltimore Orioles.
Do not tell me, or others, that we are supposed to act as if this isn’t worth talking about. This is uncharted territory for men’s major professional sports.
Orioles pitcher Steve Johnson joined Vinny and Rob today to discuss the upcoming Orioles season and to talk about the offseason coming to a close. Steve sat out the majority of the 2013 season, after [...]
John Harbaugh is dealing with a post-season that includes preparing for the next season and not preparing for his next game in the first time in his career.
Throughout all of the talk surrounding Coach Brown, there has been one name that constantly appears and that’s Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban.
On the surface, this deal makes no sense if you’re looking at what the team got back in return. What we’ve heard is you can’t look at this deal on the surface.
This features two teams that cannot seem to capture any momentum.
Some think kids should have to play for a least 3 years in college before they enter the NBA Draft. Others think if they’re good enough they could go right after high school.
It’s only strange that Harbaugh admits to calling a successful fourth down play but says he’s not involved in the offensive play calling.
Everyone seems to have a solution for the Baltimore Ravens. The solutions seem so simple and yet so unattainable.
There may be things that you don’t like about John Harbaugh. That is your right. However, firing a guy that has his track record without any true failure makes no sense.
The Baltimore Ravens go into the bye week with a 3-4 record. They are already two games behind the Cincinnati Bengals who lead the AFC North with a 5-2 record.