Author | Andrew Stewart

Ravens-Titans Brings Back Memories of What Used to Be in AFC Central

September 18, 2011 | Andrew Stewart

It’s almost hard to believe it has been ten years since realignment in the NFL shipped the Tennessee Titans and Jacksonville Jaguars from the AFC Central to the AFC South. The move had lasting effects on the Titans as well as the Jaguars, whom on all accounts were the most dominant teams in the AFC  [...]

Aint the Beer Cold: A look at the Orioles off-season

February 08, 2011 | Andrew Stewart

After 13 straight losing seasons in Baltimore and the four most recent years under Andy MacPhail as general manager of the Baltimore Orioles, MacPhail finally felt it was time to put his initial “blueprint for success” into motion. MacPhail is entering his final year under contract as the general manager and has stated that he [...]

ACC Football: Maryland Opens Up Conference Play Against Duke Blue Devils

September 30, 2010 | Andrew Stewart

The Maryland Terrapins will welcome the Duke Blue Devils to College Park, MD on Sept. 29. Fans are more familiar with the bitter basketball rivalry between the two schools, but the gridiron battle is not exactly a merry affair either. Maryland enters the game this weekend with a 3-1 record and is coming off of [...]

Why Not: Making a Case For Buck Showalter For 2010 AL Manager of the Year

September 30, 2010 | Andrew Stewart

Manager of the year in baseball, like many leagues, is often given to a manager able to lead his team to the playoffs. However, what if in 2011 the AL Manager of the Year was given to a manager who’s team has a 62-95 record entering Sept. 29. Bring in Buck Showalter. Although Showalter has [...]

College Football: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly in Marylands 17-14 win over the Navy Midshipman

September 07, 2010 | Andrew Stewart

The Maryland Terrapins (1-0) edged out the Navy Midshipman (0-1) to take home a 17-14 win in Baltimore, Md. The win gave Maryland claim to the Crab Bowl Trophy, which was new for 2010.

The win did not come pretty for the Terrapins, Maryland ultimately needed three goal line stands to hold a narrow lead over the resilient Midshipman rushing attack.

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