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  • First-year Stevenson stuns CNU 46-43 in double overtime

    OWINGS MILLS, MD. – Christopher Newport's football program is just 11 years old, but the Captains were the grand old veterans last night when they visited Stevenson, which was playing its first home football game ever.
  • O.J. Brigance to be honorary game captain for AFC championship game

    O.J. Brigance to be honorary game captain for AFC championship game
    Ravens senior advisor to player development O.J. Brigance will serve as an honorary game captain for Sunday's AFC championship game against the New England Patriots. Brigance will be on the field for the coin toss prior to kickoff at Gillette Stadium....

    Notebook: Pollard delivers crushing hit on Patriots' Ridley

    Notebook: Pollard delivers crushing hit on Patriots' Ridley
    Ravens strong safety Bernard Pollard lived up to his intimidating reputation as one of the hardest hitters in the NFL, knocking New England Patriots running back Stevan Ridley out of Sunday's AFC championship game with a devastating fourth-quarter tackle....

    John Harbaugh: Patriots' Super Bowl titles are 'stained'

    John Harbaugh: Patriots' Super Bowl titles are 'stained'
    Ravens head coach John Harbaugh made some interesting comments about the New England Patriots, Spygate, and the Patriots’ three Super Bowl titles during a Tuesday morning appearance on 98 Rock. Harbaugh, on the airwaves to promote the upcoming...

    Stevenson opens new stadium to great fanfare, thrilling win

    Stevenson opens new stadium to great fanfare, thrilling win
    More than three hours before game time, Stevenson alumnus Scott Murray stood amid a growing contingent of tailgaters in a parking lot overlooking the school's new $9 million stadium. He couldn't help but smile. "We started as just a small girls school,"...