Scott co-hosts The Scott Garceau Show, an afternoon drive-time Sports Talk Show on Baltimore’s 105.7 The Fan that is also telecast on MASN. A member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Board of Selectors, he is one of 44 members that meet each year at the Super Bowl to select the Hall of Fame inductees.
The Class of 2016 then will be selected on Feb. 6 from the list of 15 modern-era finalists plus three senior nominees.
Jake Layman played a team high 38 minutes, tied for team high rebounds, blocked 2 shots and assisted Diamond Stone’s key slam dunk that gave Maryland a 64-60 lead with 1:25 left.
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As part of the NFL’s Super Bowl 50 celebration The Pro Football Hall of Fame Selection Committee has been asked to participate in the selection of the “Super Bowl 50 Golden Team.”
Garceau shares three reasons each of the teams in the playoffs could win this weekend.
As we get ready for the final week of the NFL regular season the playoff picture is becoming more defined. The Panthers are no longer undefeated but their remarkable turnaround from 8-7-1 in 2015 to 14-1 this year makes them a strong contender to reach Super Bowl 50.
John Harbaugh’s guys need to read the message on those Maryland Lottery Ravens scratch off tickets its right there, “Please Play Responsibly.” Watching the Chiefs go 73 yards with a fumble return touchdown and 90 yards with a pick 6 is hardly playing responsibly.
Scott Garceau tweeted a photo of the Ravens team picture from the start of the season with green dot markings over all the injured players to show just how much injuries have effected the 2015 season:
That NFL record streak of starting the season with 12 straight games being decided by a single possession (8 points or less) ended with a thud Sunday.
Garceau picks apart those worthy of the game balls and those worthy of the title “goof ball” in Week 13 of the 2015 season.
Monday night in Cleveland, the Ravens became the first team in NFL history to play their first 11 games with all 11 decided by just one possession. Their 4 wins all came on a field goal attempt on the final play of the game.
He was the National League Rookie of the Year at age 19, now 23 Bryce Harper has added an MVP trophy to his mantle.