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Melo Trimble: Thank You!

By: Corey Johns

Maryland went four years without an NCAA Tournament appearance before Melo Trimble showed up. The staple in the big dance was struggling, but Trimble got them back to prominence as he led them to three straight NCAA Tournament appearances, their first trip to the Sweet 16 since 2003 and back to being a staple in the AP Top 25 rankings.

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Absence will show how great Matt Wieters was

By: Corey Johns

Matt Wieters was nothing close to a bust. The fifth overall pick of the 2007 amateur draft may have never lived up to the expectations he had when he came up with the Orioles, but that was because the expectations were just way to high.

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The Patriots have become the Ravens biggest rival

By: Corey Johns

The Pittsburgh Steelers are the Baltimore Ravens greatest rival right? I’m not saying I disagree in any way, but rivalries are built over a period of time, with huge games on the line and key moments that build animosity. The Ravens and Steelers rivalry absolutely means something and has had plenty of huge games that epitomize the hard-hitting smash-mouth nature of the great sport of football; but watching on Monday night, it can be argued that the Ravens biggest rival is the New England Patriots.

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Navy football is back and is the pride of Maryland football

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By: Corey Johns

When the Baltimore Ravens and Maryland Terps started their season on winning streaks it appears football fan could be experiencing a special season with contending teams playing both on Saturday and Sunday. But reality has started to set in on both those teams and their deficiencies are showing that both teams have a lot of work to do.

But while those two teams are now struggling, the Navy Midshipmen have become the pride on the Gridiron for state-wide football fans thirsting for a great team to support.

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The Orioles need to move on from certain players and philosophies

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By: Corey Johns

If Ubaldo Jimenez ever throws another pitch in an Orioles uniform you can bet it will be under a loud chorus of boos. These past five seasons were supposed to be an era of the Orioles return to greatness, but the entire period has been marred by one of the worst free agent failure in club history. At no point has Jimenez ever lived up to his four-year, $50 million contract that still has him owed a fully guaranteed $13.5 million next season, but Orioles fans should no longer have pay for the club’s bad decision.

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