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  • Aikman talks a great game

    Troy Aikman has spent a lifetime in the crosshairs of finger-pointers. At Oklahoma, UCLA and with the Cowboys, the quarterback always seemed to be in people's sights. In the wake of three Super Bowl championships and induction into the Pro Football Hall...
  • Scouting report: Towson vs. Villanova

    Scouting report: Towson vs. Villanova
    TOWSON (1-0, 0-0 Colonial Athletic Association) vs. No. 20 VILLANOVA (0-1, 0-0 CAA) Time: 7 p.m. Where: Johnny Unitas Stadium Radio: WNST-1570 AM Series: Villanova leads, 5-2 What's at stake: Fresh off a 42-3 rout of Morgan State in its season...
  • Ravens' Thanksgiving game affects Turkey Bowl

    Ravens' Thanksgiving game affects Turkey Bowl
    The Turkey Bowl, the annual Thanksgiving football tradition in Baltimore that pits Calvert Hall against Loyola, is in a state of flux this year. The game, played at M&T Bank Stadium on every Thanksgiving since it opened in 1998, will give way to the...
  • Maryland's Cummings hitting stride at midfield

    Maryland's Cummings hitting stride at midfield
    Having played attack at Loyola High School, Maryland junior midfielder Joe Cummings gets the occasional pang of wistfulness during team practices. "Sometimes I'll look over at the attackmen and see what they're doing and think, 'That looks fun,'" said...
  • Towson women drop CAA title game to James Madison, 8-6

    Towson coach Sonia LaMonica knew advancing to the NCAA tournament likely hinged on beating James Madison in Saturday's Colonial Athletic Association championship game. The Tigers, who entered the day 11-6,and had their biggest victory on April 15 against...
  • No. 1 Calvert Hall cruises to MIAA A Conference final

    No. 1 Calvert Hall cruises to MIAA A Conference final
    One of the adjectives most used to describe the Calvert Hall lacrosse team at the start of the season was "talented." The second one that always quickly followed was "young." With one game left in the season, the more appropriate words are "polished"...
  • Gilman completes improbable rally to beat Boys' Latin in OT

    Anyone who saw Tuesday night's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference semifinal between Boys' Latin and Gilman is likely to be talking about it for years to come. The second-ranked Greyhounds scored three man-down goals in the final 1...
  • Your turn: Was Jimmy Smith's absence Tuesday a 'red flag?'

    Your turn: Was Jimmy Smith's absence Tuesday a 'red flag?'
    On Tuesday morning, 27 Ravens players, including a few rookies, showed up at Towson University for an informal workout organized by Derrick Mason. But as they ran sprints and played catch on the turf at Johnny Unitas Stadium, one player's absence was...
  • Ravens breaking in the rookies

    Ravens breaking in the rookies
    For four Ravens rookies, Tuesday’s informal workout at Towson University’s Johnny Unitas Stadium wasn’t just the start of their NFL careers. It was a chance to learn from the some of the best.  Wide receivers Torrey Smith (Maryland) and...
  • Towson beats No. 20 Villanova, ends CAA losing streak

    Towson beats No. 20 Villanova, ends CAA losing streak
    If Towson's football team wanted to make a statement, they certainly picked the right time to do it. Host Towson used two touchdowns each by tailbacks Terrance West and Dominique Booker to upset FCS No. 20 Villanova, 31-10, in the Colonial Athletic...
  • Valentine's day has arrived at Towson

    Valentine's day has arrived at Towson
    Marcus Valentine wasn't a part of a prestigious football team in high school. Maybe that's what made it easier for the defensive tackle to leave New Jersey to play for Towson Unviersity — a team stuck in the depths of college football. But for...