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Maclin can be a playmaker if the coaches let him be

The Ravens have reached an agreement on a two-year deal with Jeremy Maclin. Now the pressure is on the Ravens coaches to take advantage of what he can bring.

Ravens need to say no to Anquan Boldin return

It might seem like an obvious decision to bring Anquan Boldin back after losing Dennis Pitta, but the Ravens should not bring him back into this offense.

OTA injuries reflect poorly on strength staff

The continued run of injuries plaguing the Ravens over the past four seasons might need them to take a deep look at their strength and conditioning staff and process.

Cornerback Tavon Young tears ACL

Rising second-year cornerback Tavon Young tore his ACL in an OTA practice on Thursday,but at least the Ravens significantly improved their secondary depth.

College Lacrosse

Bernhardt returns to UMD as MLAX assistant

2013 UMD graduate Jesse Bernhardt has been hired to the Terps men’s lacrosse staff as an assistant coach to primarily work with the defense.

Rambo, Stukenberg win Tewaaraton Awards

Maryland seniors Zoe Stukenberg and Matt Rambo became the first players from the same school to win the Tewaaraton Award since it’s inception in 2001.

Maryland is still the hotbed for college lacrosse

While the Terps became just the third program to win both the men’s and women’s titles in the same year, the rest of the state’s schools also showed their power.

Terps slow OSU to win National Championship

Maryland men’s lacrosse ended their long 42-year championship drought with a 9-6 victory over the Ohio State Buckeyes at Gillette Stadium.