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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe University of Maryland has kept Nick Ferrara around just for kicks. No, really. That’s because he has been the only one able to put the foot into football for the Terrapins the last three years. Ferrara has been the ultimate multitasker...
Tags: Adam Podlesh, Nick Novak, Randy Edsall, Football, Sports
Staff CorrespondentThe local NFL Punt, Pass and Kick competition will be returning to North Hagerstown High School this year on Sept. 8 at 2 p.m. Junior Hubs president Ron Thomas is taking over the event from last year’s organizer, Randy Franklin. “We...
Lorenzo Alexander has quite a collection of white bottles, labeled with words straight from a biochemistry class. Beta Alanine Supreme. Carnitine Synergy. Uber C. Some 19 containers, big and small, in his Washington Redskins locker. “I have a lot...
Tags: Santana Moss, Ryan Kerrigan, Football, Perry Riley, Sports
Evan Royster is riding a two-game 100-yard streak. He put up 113 in the Washington Redskins’ season finale a year ago. He ran for an impressive 132 the week before that. Yet, there was a night a couple of weeks ago when he was very much a rookie....
email@example.comSome kids spend their childhood reading “Where’s Waldo?” The University of Maryland will be trying to use a similar concept this season. Basically, it’s called “Where’s Mike?” The Terrapins have made a big...
Tags: Randy Edsall, Football, Sports, Dallas Cowboys, Houston Texans
Robert Griffin III remains unsigned as the Washington Redskins open the second day of their five-day rookie camp. The Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback from Baylor was the second pick in this year’s draft. The team’s third-round selection,...
By now we are all painfully aware that statues of our heroes go up a lot easier than they come down. Perhaps we should not erect statues at all. Or when we do, maybe it should be with the understanding that statues represent success, but successes are...
Mike Shanahan made his name on the ground. During his 14 years coaching in Denver, the Broncos led the NFL in rushing while featuring six backs who gained at least 1,000 yards in a season. Not coincidentally, Denver won two Super Bowls, made the...
Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall had quite a season in 2010. He returned a fumble for a touchdown to beat Dallas in the opener, tied an NFL record with four interceptions at Chicago, and concluded the campaign by winning Most Valuable Player...
firstname.lastname@example.orgCall Jeremy Unger a modern-day picker. Most days the 20-year-old Berkeley Springs, W.Va., man can be found scouring flea markets, yard sales or diving into a Dumpster to find one man's trash and turn into another man's treasure. But Unger doesn't shy...
email@example.comRandy Edsall doesn’t look like a mad scientist, but he is known to dabble in chemistry. That’s what it comes down to for the University of Maryland’s second-year football coach. He has a formula ... it’s a matter of getting it...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThose who insist that the winds of social change blow slowly should consider the issue of gambling. As the General Assembly was meeting in a special session to vote on an expansion of gambling in Maryland — largely to just catch up with...
Tags: Labor Legislation, Organized Crime, Summits, Immigration, G8
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