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March Madness Food and Drink Specials That Are Slam Dunks

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

The Chatter

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

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

The Chatter

University of Maryland Coach D.J. Durkin Fired

The board president also resigns in tumultuous week in College Park.

The Chatter

UMBC (U Might Be Cinderella) Shocks the Sports World

The Catonsville university becomes the first 16-seed to ever beat a No. 1 in a NCAA men’s tournament.

The Chatter

Baltimore Eyeing More Bids for Sporting Events

Maryland Sports director hopes to attract more FIFA, NCAA, and NFL events.

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Cameo with Sean Hull

We talk to the NCAA ref and founder of the Life and Breath Foundation.

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