Rob Long: Are The Tar Heels Worthy Of NCAA 'Death Penalty'?"It almost seems as if the NCAA is ignoring this story and many believe it's because of the prestige and history of the University of North Carolina's basketball program."
Rob Long: Opening Day Had That 'Orioles Magic'Opening Day lived up to the hype Monday at Oriole Park At Camden Yards.
Rob Long: We Wish You A Merry Opening Day & A Happy New 'Sports' YearThe first Monday in April is the equivalent of NASCAR's Daytona 500 meaning the biggest day is at the beginning of the season.
Garceau: Top 6 Greatest Sports PerformancesLast week was the 55th anniversary of one of the greatest performances in sports history. On a cold, rainy March night in 1962 Wilt Chamberlain did what no NBA player had done before or has done since.
Garceau: Wilt’s 100 In Hershey With A Baltimore TwistOn this date 55 years ago, Chamberlain had one of the greatest games in sports history.
Coleman: Ravens Regular Season Score PredictionsI predict Ravens will go 9-7. Their schedule is certainly easier this season with no long journeys.
Haynie: Marchibroda Impacted The NFLTed Marchibroda died this past Saturday at the age of 84 at his home in Virginia. He spent over 50 years in the NFL as player, coach and broadcaster.
Garceau: The Ravens Brought To You 'Buy'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.
Mark Viviano: Hey, Ravens Fans! Let's Get Something StraightPlayoff excitement is pervasive in Baltimore again. The perennially powerful Ravens are in the Super Bowl tournament for a 4th straight year and there’s every reason to believe this is the year they capture the Lombardi Trophy.
Mark Viviano: Flacco On Great ExpectationsJoe Flacco knows how hard it is to earn a playoff berth in the NFL, but he’s not so sure that fans get it.
Mark Viviano: Fans Sacked By Training Camp MoveOn its surface, the Ravens' decision to abandon Westminster as a pre-season training site is cause for outrage by fans.
Mark Viviano: First Place RavensNotes and observations from my vantage point in the press box and the locker room after the Ravens' 31-24 win over Bengals.