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Draft Analysis

Draft Analysis

May 12, 2014 | Carter Smith

My first reaction when the Ravens draft was over was that they didn’t address their major needs. The Ravens didn’t draft a lineman until the fourth round, although many thought that was the big priority going into the draft. I was sad to see the Browns traded ahead and drafted Towson product Terrence West, who [...]

Mock Draft 1.0

Mock Draft 1.0

May 06, 2014 | Carter Smith

After weeks and weeks of analyzing the different options the Ravens could be eyeing, I’ve finally compiled my picks for the first three round in the draft. In round 1, the Ravens should draft Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan. Taylor Lewan reminds me of Marshal Yanda in the way that they are both very tough and [...]

Maryland and Mark Turgeon

Maryland and Mark Turgeon

May 05, 2014 | Carter Smith

The Maryland Terrapins can’t get it done with Mark Turgeon as the head coach. The past few years with Mark Turgeon, we’ve seen great recruiting classes fail to live up to their expectations. Maryland basketball fans came into every season under the impression that the recruiting class was great but every year they fall short. That’s not [...]

Donald Sterling, Racism, and the Media

Donald Sterling, Racism, and the Media

April 28, 2014 | Carter Smith

Donald Sterling is another example of racism in the country we live in. If you don’t know who he is, Donald Sterling is the Los Angeles Clippers owner. This weekend, audio surfaced of Sterling talking to his girlfriend about race. At one point in the argument he brings up the idea of not letting african [...]

Baltimore football and its origins

Baltimore football and its origins

April 23, 2014 | Carter Smith

Today i watched a 30 f0r 30 documentary entitled “The Band that never died”. This documentary followed the journey of the Baltimore Colts marching band and eventual Marching Ravens. After thinking about all the luck that was involved in this story, i was truly shocked. When the Baltimore Colts moved out of their facility in [...]

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