Some of the topics for Saturday morning’s show:
The Ravens are going to the Super Bowl—-thorough review of Patriots game
What a difference a 4 weeks made for the Ravens
Key game of the season—redskins defeat the Ravens—then the dominoes fellinto place
Pat Joe Flacco his money already
Anquan–sign him or let him go
Scramble for Super Bowl tickets
Revis island leaving New York?
Tremendous crowd at fan fest
NFL fines Brady $10K for sliding kick ar Ed Reed
Anna “Miss Hooters International” apologizes to Ray Lewis
Ray’s last game –the legacy he leaves
Why does everyone in the country dislike the Ravens?
Tribute to Earl Weaver
Did Dwight Howard ruin the lakers?
How has Monte Te’os status for the draft been effected
Orioles ticket sales through the roof
Synergy of O’s, Ravens Michael Phelps
Michael Phelps and other Olympic athletes from Maryland will be honored at a celebration Monday afternoon at the Inner Harbor, after which the swimmer will be named an honorary captain of the Ravens at the team’s season opener.
Gov. Martin O’Malley, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz will speak at a roughly hourlong celebration at the Inner Harbor Amphitheater at Light and Pratt streets that will start at 4 p.m.
Phelps, who became the most decorated Olympian of all time in London, his fourth and final Games, will speak as well. The Rodgers Forge native, who now lives in the city, won six medals in London, bringing his total to 22. A big Ravens fan, Phelps will be introduced along with the football team as an honorary captain before the first game of the regular season, against the Cincinnati Bengals. from the sun
Simply put—The greatest Olympic Athlete of all time.
Gabby won the Gold in Gymnastics all around
Phelps and Lochte finished 1-2 in the 200 IM Race
Tyler Clery won the goal in the 100 M Backstroke
8 Woman Rowing team–Gold
A Gold in Judo
USA Basketball won a 83 point squeaker
USA took the Medal Count lead 37-34 over China
Michael was his usual humble self giving all credit to Lochte and his other 2 relay teammates. Three events remain for Michael.