Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Intelligent Conversation

College Sports

Towson football won’t play again until fall of 2021

The Tigers elected to opt out of the spring 2021 football schedule in the Colonial Athletic Association.

Hrabowski preaches power of science and facts in understanding a pandemic from UMBC

The impact of COVID on education has been extraordinary. Hear UMBC's venerable leader discuss how its being handled in Catonsville...

Schatzel says flexibility is key to keeping students learning while away from Towson campus

Assessing the impact of COVID on college campuses throughout our region

C. Fraser Smith joins Don and Nestor to discuss college sports in America after Bias and Lefty

No journalist has chronicled our city and state with more depth or insightfulness than C. Fraser Smith. Twice nominated for a Pulitzer, it was our pleasure to revisit his work on the death of Bias and Terps plus discuss state of current journalism and the future of Baltimore.

Hrabowski elaborates on the value of education and community involvement in learning

The grand finale of our three-part chat with UMBC President Freeman Hrabowski is a primer on education and its role in helping a city grow and thrive. Baltimore Positive at its finest here...

Hrabowski defines key ingredients to UMBC sustained success

Want an education on education? This is the podcast for you. UMBC President Dr. Freeman Hrabowski schools Don Mohler and Nestor Aparicio on the value of a quality education to our society

Latest News

Towson football won’t play again until fall of 2021

The Tigers elected to opt out of the spring 2021 football schedule in the Colonial Athletic Association.

Harbaugh hopeful injured Ingram will return for Pittsburgh game

The news was good for the veteran running back, but not so positive for reserve cornerback Anthony Averett.

Queen says key to rapid improvement has been “slowing myself down”

The Ravens rookie inside linebacker says he's processing the game and understanding his assignments better as time goes on.

Clark says Ravens should have beaten Eagles “a lot cleaner than what we did”

The Ravens safety lamented mistakes made by the defense over the final quarter that turned an 18-point deficit into a one-score game.

Harbaugh discusses weird bye week with players staying in Owings Mills

Ravens players will continue to be tested every day during a week when players usually get out of town for a few days.