Saturday college lacrosse’s final 4 begins where the Ravens season ended. The NCAA men’s championship will be decided at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass. and this baby has a definite Maryland flavor
The Kentucky Wildcats defeated the Kansas Jayhawks 67-59 in the National Championship Game of the 2012 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament.
Phil Savage, former Ravens exec and current color commentator of the Alabama Crimson Tide Sports Network on tonight’s BCS title game.
Including the playoffs, Joe Flacco is 40-20 as an NFL starting quarterback. The Ravens have made the post-season every year of his career. Barring the unforeseen, they are going to make it again this season.
How can a team that’s that star-studded be so selfless? How can a team with so many individual stars care so much about the 52nd and 53rd man on the roster? It’s clear that this team has one goal.
A Baltimore football legend is reunited with a piece of history.
A championship ring earned by longtime amateur baseball coach and Major League scout Walter Youse has been returned to the museum at Camden Yards.
The game is history and unfortunately the Terps didn’t come out on top, yet for Baltimore and the state of Maryland this weekend of lacrosse was a big win.
Colin Briggs scored five goals and seventh-seeded Virginia edged Maryland 9-7 Monday in the NCAA men’s lacrosse championship.
The NCAA Men’s Lacrosse tournament has just wrapped up here in Baltimore. While it was a difficult way to end it for the University of Maryland, the entire weekend has been a huge success for the sport and the city.
Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh served as keynote speaker at Thursday’s banquet to kick off the NCAA men’s lacrosse championship weekend, and he immediately pointed out that one of the teams is not like the others.