A day after the Baltimore Sports Legends Museum announced it had closed at its current location at Camden Station near Oriole Park, an executive of the Maryland Stadium Authority, which owns the building, said the authority was inviting suggestions for the building’s future from prospective tenants.
Towson University head football coach Rob Ambrose and his staff hope to do more than coach their players to wins in 2015. While that may be the ultimate goal of all college football programs, Ambrose sees a greater need among the players who walk in and out of the Towson locker room.
by Paul Folkemer/Pressbox
The Orioles wrapped up their 2015 schedule Oct. 4, a season during which they fell short of expectations. They settled for a moral victory by avoiding a losing season, finishing with an 81-81 record by sweeping the New York Yankees.
Even at 0-3, the Ravens had a vision.
In their sights were the Pittsburgh Steelers, and their mission became clear.
Win this game against their AFC North rivals, and they would avoid an almost unbearable four-game losing streak, one that would surely end their season just as October began.
A familiar face will return to Loyola Blakefield, as the Dons hired 2004 graduate Ben Rubeor in late August to take over the as the school’s head lacrosse coach and assistant director of admissions.
During Week Two of the NFL season, Mr. Carlos Hyde of the San Francisco 49ers appeared to be far more of a Jekyll.
He was far from the only player, coach or team to face an identity crisis, however. In a league entangled by parity, it’s not remotely surprising that the sweeping generalizations we used to describe a Week One performance did not remotely hold up for even seven days.
Maybe it should have been a lot colder.
Three seasons ago, the Ravens won a thrilling double-overtime playoff game at Denver’s Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium when it was 13 degrees, the second-coldest kickoff temperature in the city’s history.
But on an 88-degree day — the city’s sixth-warmest — a defensive struggle couldn’t produce any late-game magic.
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