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Turgeon puts stamp on team, leads Terps to 72-61 win in debut

November 14, 2011 | Peter Dilutis

Mark Turgeon made his debut as Terps head coach, and he immediately put his stamp on the team while leading them to a 72-61 win over UNC-Wilmington.

So LaCava turned down the O’s? Good for him

November 01, 2011 | Peter Dilutis

Oops, they did it again. The Baltimore Orioles have found a way to screw up what could have been a very positive development in Birdland. Tony LaCava, the man I’ve been clamoring for dating back to August, was offered the general manager job. That’s where the good news ends. Here’s where the bad, laughable, and […]

With comeback win, Ravens avoid crisis…for now

November 01, 2011 | Peter Dilutis

While I was watching Philip Rivers and the Chargers screw up a kneel down in the fourth quarter of Monday Night Football, I made a comment to a friend that went something like this: “Imagine Baltimore sports talk radio if Flacco did something like that.” I can only imagine. Here’s another scenario to ponder. Imagine […]

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Why does it always have to be a “letdown?”

October 25, 2011 | Peter Dilutis

So the Ravens just lost to another inferior AFC South team. First off in Week 2 it was the Titans, and now it was the Jaguars. The Ravens now find themselves back in the thick of the AFC North race as they continue to try to secure a home playoff game for the first time […]

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Shame on you, Ravens fans

October 17, 2011 | Peter Dilutis

Everyone around Baltimore takes pride in talking about how great of an advantage M&T Bank Stadium is for the Ravens. We all like to call ourselves passionate fans who live and die with the Purple and Black. For the most part, Baltimore football fans deserve their props. Every Ravens game is sold out in minutes […]

Peter Dilutis

Peter DiLutis has been living and breathing Baltimore sports since his mom and grandfather took him to his first Orioles game in 1996 at the age of six. Peter is the director of sales and marketing at, and will occasionally blog about whatever gets him riled up in the sports world. He welcomes all comments, criticisms, and sponsorship inquiries to