Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Ravens Super Bowl MVP quarterback Joe Flacco was on The Late Show With David Letterman Monday. See what the star of Super Bowl XLVII had to say.
Joe Flacco was on The Late Show With David Letterman Monday night. Check out the video included here. Flacco was all over the map on Monday, less than a day after winning Super Bowl XLVII. Tuesday, he'll be in Baltimore, for the team's victory parade from City Hall to M&T Bank Stadium. Follow along with our live coverage of the parade here. Here are a few more Super Bowl-related posts from Patch: » For more Ravens news, 'like' Maryland Patch on Facebook.
Monday, February 4, 2013
Want to keep the party going? Let Patch help get your the playlist started.
As I sit at my desk in my purple shirt, wearing my purple bandanna on this lovely purple Monday, I began thinking of ways to continue celebrating the Baltimore Ravens’ Super Bowl victory. And what could be better than keeping the festive vibes alive with some music? Here are six songs that can keep the Ravens party going: Are there other songs that will help you celebrate the Ravens winning the Super Bowl? Tell us in the comments.
Vote on the team that you think is the best in the city’s history.
Choose the Baltimore football team you think was the best.
The headlines you may have missed from the Free State, home of the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens.
Monday, February 4
By Patch Staff Ravens Win Over 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII In one of the most unusual games in Super Bowl history -- one that included a power outage in the New Orleans Super Dome -- the Baltimore Ravens took the Super Bowl 34-31 over the San Francisco 49ers. Check out all the Maryland Patch coverage, including profiles of the Harbaugh family, here. O'Malley Pushes for Wind, Gun Legislation In his seventh State of the State speech, Gov. Martin O'Malley urged lawmakers to pass his offshore wind bill and find more money for transportation projects—an address seen by many as a prelude to an expected run for president in 2016. Leopold Resigns, Acknowledges 'Serious Errors in Judgment' The Anne Arundel County Council no longer needs to vote on …
Sunday, February 3, 2013
See what your friends and neighbors said about Super Bowl XLVII in the rewind of the live chat on Patch and on Twitter.
Sunday, February 3
Using hashtags #PatchRavens and #Patchniners, users joined the live feed during the Super Bowl in the New Orleans Superdome.
Friday, February 1, 2013
Although Falls Church High School Football Coach Said Aziz thinks the 49ers are going to win the Super Bowl, he hopes Smith, who he coached in 2005, has a great game.
Ask Falls Church High School Head Football Coach Said Aziz whom he thinks will win Super Bowl XLVII and he won’t hesitate to say it’s the San Francisco 49ers. Aziz, however, does want to his former Stafford High School player and now Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith, to have a good game. In 2005 when Smith was quarterback at Stafford in Northern Virginia, Aziz was the offensive line coach and defensive coordinator. “He was a really good kid,” Aziz said Friday. “I do want Torrey to have a good game.” According to the Ravens website, before playing his college football at the University of Maryland, Smith earned honorable mention All-Northwest Region as a quarterback his senior year. Smith also earned All-District academic honors …
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Natives of Owings Mills and Reisterstown will be heading to New Orleans to watch the Baltimore Ravens take on the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl.
Jay Abarbanel feels a little dirty spending the amount of money he’s going to spend on the Super Bowl, but he just had to do it. “It’s one of those bucket list things you have to do in your life,” the Reisterstown native said. “If your team’s in the Super Bowl, you have to go.” Abarbanel, who was a sports writer for Franklin High’s school newspaper before graduating in 2003, said he’s known for a while he would head to a Baltimore Ravens’ Super Bowl. During the AFC Championshp game in quarterback Joe Flacco’s first year, he decided he’d have to go when his team made it. He’s not the only Franklin High graduate heading to big game on Sunday. Mike DeAngelis decided soon after the Ravens beat New England in the AFC Championship game that he …
Super Bowl XLVII pits the 49ers' Jim Harbaugh against the Ravens' John Harbaugh. Patch shares the story of the Harbaugh family leading into Super Bowl Sunday.
Finding time with dad can be a challenge when your father is a college football coach. It can be especially challenging if you're the lone daughter amongst three siblings. For Joani Harbaugh, spending time with her father, Jack Harbaugh, meant tagging along to practices. "Well, it was your life. I didn’t know I was in a coaching environment, I just felt that was how we lived, that’s what my dad did for a living," she said on a national media conference call last week. "Luckily, I think as parents, they involved their kids in their professional life. So if dad had practice, mom took us out to practice; that’s how we saw dad in the afternoon. Or we sat down at the kitchen table and I’d color his scouting reports because he was working, so …
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Maryland Public Television’s CEO made a Super Bowl bet with his counterpart at a San Francisco station.
Larry Unger expects to be swimming in Ghiradelli chocolate and sourdough bread after the Baltimore Ravens win the Super Bowl. The president and CEO of Maryland Public Television, which is based in Owings Mills, posed a wager to San Francisco’s KQED that if the Ravens win, they send MPT some treats from San Francisco. If the 49ers win, it’s crab cakes and Berger cookies for KQED. “When the Ravens made it into the Super Bowl, we started thinking immediately, ‘What can we do that’s fun and brings and a little more notoriety to the game?’” Unger said. “And we came up with ‘let’s make a bet.’” John Boland, president and CEO at KQED, accepted immediately. While Unger knows Boland from the public media circuit, and says he’s a really nice guy, he…
The NFL franchises from Baltimore and San Francisco are both likely to lose Sunday.
They're playing for the Lombardi Trophy, but the Ravens and 49ers are both headed toward a loss on Sunday. Executives from the franchises set to meet in Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday told Bloomberg Businessweek that the organizations are set to lose money. Ravens President Dick Cass told the publication the bill is "significant." “You lose money," he said. "But there are long-term benefits that pay off later. Hey, we work hard all year long to go to the Super Bowl. I don’t think anybody would trade off a short-term loss for winning a Super Bowl." Last postseason, the Giants were to pay out an $88,000 share per player for winning the Super Bowl alone, according to Forbes.com. That would be on top of a $40,000 reward for winning the conference …