March Madness

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Baltimore’s $1 Million March Madness Winner Was Rooting for the Wrong Team

​Meet Mark Watts, who was unknowingly betting against himself—and asleep while doing it.

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Maryland’s “Bmore Guys” Welcome Us to March Madness

Mount Saint Joseph’s alums Jalen Smith and Darryl Morsell powered the Terps’ first-round NCAA win.

On The Town

March Madness Food and Drink Specials That Are Slam Dunks

Fill out your bracket and head to these local watering holes for NCAA games.

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Will UMBC Men’s Basketball Make March Madness Happen Again?

The Retrievers—remember them?—haven’t lost their charm, and just keep winning.

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Four Reasons Maryland Men’s Basketball Is So Hot Right Now

The Terps are back in the national Top 25. It’s time to start paying attention.

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Adam Jones Saves America (For Now)

And other top news from Baltimore sports this week.

On The Town

March Madness Drink Specials and Events

Head to these local bars to cheer on your alma mater throughout the tournament.

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Terps Draw South Dakota State in NCAA Tournament

And other top news from Baltimore sports this week.

On The Town

​March Madness Food and Drink Specials 2016

Cheer on your alma mater with deals at these neighborhood spots.

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NCAA Tourney Preview: Fear the Turtle, Not the Seed

Terps' Dez Wells says he's "ready to rock."

On The Town

​March Madness Food and Drink Specials

We round up the best places to watch college basketball teams duke it out.

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