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Brian Billick: “It’s not the best team that wins, it’s the team that plays best”

Every coach knows the pain of tough losses and watching players take bad penalties in the heat of the moment. Our head coach Brian Billick joins Nestor to discuss coaching, accountability and composure in the aftermath of the Baltimore Ravens 17-10 loss at home to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game.

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WNST STORY OF GLORY No. 3: When Whiskey Joe’s ran out of beer in Tampa on Super Bowl XXXV Sunday

Many OG Baltimore sports fans would tell you this was the greatest day of their lives. The National Football League came back to Baltimore and we won Super Bowl XXXV on a glorious night in Tampa, Florida. But before the game, we threw a party so big that WJZ asked if they come and broadcast from it. The legend of Whiskey Joe’s and Super Bowl Sunday, January 28, 2001. Ask anyone who was lucky enough to be there…

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WNST STORY OF GLORY No. 5: When Super Bowl XXXV Ravens head coach Brian Billick became our partner

Back in 2008 when head coach Brian Billick departed from the Baltimore Ravens and wanted to remain in Maryland, he became our partner at WNST.net on behalf of the Living Classrooms Foundation. As a legacy AM radio station that has now made it a quarter of a century as an enduring and truth-telling multimedia outlet on the strength of our partnerships, relationships and the benevolence of special people who serve to lift the community, we’re indebted to Coach Billick for his time, wisdom and integrity. Brian Billick never had any problem telling it like it is – and never lost sight of how important the Baltimore fan base and community were in his success as the Ravens head coach but also as a leader in the city where he brought us a Super Bowl XXXV parade.

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Brandon Stokley: No time for regrets in January

Wide receiver Brandon Stokley played a lot of January football as a key component to the Indianapolis Colts’ offense with Peyton Manning for many years after winning Super Bowl XXXV here as a member of the 2001 Baltimore Ravens. He comes home to discuss winning and losing “The Big One” and the legacy of Lamar Jackson as an NFL quarterback.

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Brian Billick: The Super Bowl is a reach away for Lamar and Ravens revolution

It’s been 23 years since that memorable night in Tampa when head coach Brian Billick led the Baltimore Ravens to their first Super Bowl crown. Now, with Lamar Jackson and the current squad on the cusp of reaching their own ring, our Head Coach discusses the path of the franchise to return to January glory and a home AFC Championship for Baltimore fans.

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The Maine Event centers up the Lamar Jackson discussion

Former Ravens center and Super Bowl XXXV champion Mike Flynn provides some wisdom and player perspective on the ongoing tug-of-war between the franchise and its franchise quarterback as winter turns to spring an offseason of Baltimore football angst and uncertainty.

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