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It's the most exciting, pressure-packed time of the year for basketball officials as well, and local ref Roger Ayers will be working the tournament once again this year. Ayers was the speaker at Monday night’s meeting of the Roanoke Valley...
The Ravens arrived at their team facility in Owings Mills Monday morning, short on sleep but long on adrenaline and anticipation. It had been less than 24 hours since the Ravens' 28-13 victory over the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium in the AFC...
NEW ORLEANS — When Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo finally stood on the sporting world's stage he openly sought Tuesday at Super Bowl XLVII Media Day, reluctance oddly overcame him. At first, the NFL's most outspoken advocate of gay...
NEW ORLEANS — Midway through the third quarter of Sunday night's Super Bowl XLVII, a Superdome spokesman issued a statement to explain what happened during the surreal 34-minute delay when the lights went out. "Power has been restored,'' Eric...
NEW ORLEANS — From his home outside Minneapolis, more than 1,000 miles from the Superdome, Vikings assistant head coach Mike Singletary will cast a large shadow on Super Bowl XLVII. If not for him, two key players in this game might not be where...
Tags: Vernon Davis, Super Bowl XLVII, Brian Billick, Football, Sports
The Baltimore SunAs Matt Birk spent the past couple of weeks pondering his football future, his mind kept drifting back to the immediate aftermath of the Ravens’ Super Bowl XLVII victory over the San Francisco 49ers nearly three weeks ago. For about 30 minutes...
For those who watch WWE on a regular basis, this headline might be confusing. After all, John Cena won the Royal Rumble and earned the right to face the top champion of his choice at WrestleMania. He chose the WWE champion, who is The Rock. At TLC, it...
Times NBA writer Ben Bolch ranks the league's teams: STEALING THE SHOW AT TOYOTA CENTER 1. MIAMI (36-14) LeBron James cataloging Birdman’s tattoos: “Not one, not two, not three …” (2) 2. OKLAHOMA CITY (39-14) Maybe that...
Tags: Miami Heat, Pau Gasol, Gregg Popovich, Kobe Bryant, Rudy Gay
New Orleans Coach Sean Payton on Saturday announced the hiring of Rob Ryan as New Orleans' new defensive coordinator. Ryan, the brother of New York Jets Coach Rex Ryan, spent the past two seasons as Dallas' defensive coordinator. He was fired after last...
Tags: Craig Stadler, Auto Racing, FIFA World Cup, Soccer, Football
Sales of assault rifles and 30-round ammo clips are sky high since those 20 first-graders were slain in Connecticut. And for many purchasers, the sky is why. Survivalists, militia movement members and other conspiracy devotees preparing to battle...
Tags: Jimmy Lee, FBI, U.S. Secret Service, United Nations, Firearms
The Superdome folks might want to get their money back on this one. An electrical device whose sole purpose was to prevent a power outage caused the Super Bowl blackout, the stadium's power company said Friday. Officials of Entergy New Orleans said...
Clout StreetThe company that manages Soldier Field, including maintaining the condition of the turf at the Bears’ lakefront home, is in line for a new 10-year deal, the Chicago Park District announced Friday evening. A Park District panel set up to evaluate...
Tags: Chicago Mayor, Rogers Park, AEG, Rahm Emanuel, Soldier Field
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Jan 30, 2013 |Column| Chicago Tribune
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Feb 10, 2013 |Column| South Bend Tribune
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Feb 8, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
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