Don Scott and Marty Bass had “Coffee With” NASCAR champion Brian Vickers. Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about Purple Friday.
Don and Marty had “Coffee With” Nancy O’Dell and Rob Marciano. Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about Purple Friday and clear handbags at the stadium.
It’s the ultimate in Purple Friday rallies, and it’s the last Purple Friday of the season. Fans hope it will be a Super Bowl-winning season.
Wave of low pressure really enhanced especially over the eastern shore Friday morning where some places got several inches of snow in a few hours time. As that feature heads out to sea, we keep the cold and gusty wind Friday afternoon
with varying amounts of sun and clouds.
It’s the biggest Purple Friday yet! Ravens fans are out in full force as Super Bowl dreams hang in the balance. But first we’ve got to get through Tom Brady.
Temperatures that are starting off mostly in the middle and upper 30s in some cases will either hold nearly steady, or slowly fall later Friday. Then at night, under a mostly clear sky, it will be quite chilly with lows in the 20s.
Purple pride takes over Baltimore. The entire city is feeling Ravens playoff fever during one of the biggest Purple Fridays ever.
Jessica Kartalija and Marty Bass had “Coffee With” David Koechner. Gigi Barnett had “People Are Talking” about Purple Friday at Cancun Cantina.
It’s not just any purple Friday, but a playoff purple Friday. It’s down to the wire for the Ravens as they get ready to face the New England Patriots. They’re fighting for an AFC Championship and a ticket to the Super Bowl. WJZ is your home for the playoff run.
It’s a Purple Friday with Super Bowl implications. In just two days, we’ll find out whether the Ravens will be playing on football’s biggest stage. Excitement is building all around town.
There will be a total of seven locations Friday for Ravens fans to meet the team’s mascot and cheerleaders. In addition, free merchandise will be given away.
Governor Martin O’Malley wished the Ravens luck as they enter the playoffs and announced “Purple Friday” for state employees.