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Another week, another win. There was plenty to talk about after the Ravens 49-13 win in Cincinnati this past weekend. Topics include Lamar Jackson continuing to build his MVP resume, the defense’s impressive turnover streak, and Pat Ricard coming up big on both sides of the ball (3:45 SoundCloud, 4:15 other).
After that we turned our attention to this coming Sunday as the Ravens prepare to host the Houston Texans. As always we give you our key matchups that we are looking for as well as a score prediction (30:00 SoundCloud, 30:30 other).
The second half of the show is pretty much all about Maryland hoops. The No. 7 Terps picked up another win on Saturday but showed some of their weaknesses early on. We broke down the game and also got into just how much depth Mark Turgeon’s team has this season (55:20 SoundCloud, 55:50 other).
As always, the end of the show features our weekly numbers segment where Jake quizzes Nolan to see if he can remember the best Baltimore Sports athletes who wore #77 (1:03:30 SoundCloud, 1:04:00 other).
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