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.
Ravens OC Kubiak may be taking his game plan to Denver after telling the Ravens’ website we wasn’t interested in any NFL head coaching options.
Nobody said this would be easy, it never is for the Ravens. Scott give his notes and predictions for the weekend.
The chin-straps will be snapped tightly at 8:15 Saturday night, this is Big Boy football. The Steelers are the favorites but history tells us it’ll be a tight battle.
The Ravens are facing missing the playoffs for the second consecutive year while playing a team that should make Baltimore fans grateful for what they have.
It’s crunch time! It’s time to get it done the old fashioned way with blocking and tackling.
Coach Pete Caringi’s UMBC’s soccer team has made it to the NCAA College Cup and are 1 of only 4 teams still alive in the chase for the national championship.
First Nelson Cruz’s Silver Slugger bat leaves The Yard for Seattle and now news that Nick Markakis will be playing his future hardball in Atlanta.
Sunday’s Bills-Jets game shifted to Detroit, after Buffalo’s wicked blizzard, is unusual but the NFL has a history of adapting to strange circumstances.
This is exactly the way the NFL brass wants it, as we approach Thanksgiving there are very few turkeys in the NFL. Teams in the hunt mean butts in the seats and eye-balls on TV’s.
The home office knows Sunday night’s blowout in Green Bay was the lowest rated of the season for NBC’s Sunday night package. Can’t blame people for tuning out, Chicago was down 42-0 at halftime that’s the largest halftime deficit EVER for an NFL game in primetime.
Losing cornerback Jimmy Smith to season ending foot surgery is a staggering blow to the Ravens. The next two months will determine if the loss of Smith is a knockout punch.
Madison Bumgarner turned the 2014 MLB World Series into his own record setting, legendary highlight reel.