Ravens shut down the Ben­gals

Bias scores 23 as Terps win; Dun­bar’s Lewis has 30

Baltimore Sun - - SPORTS - By Mike Klinga­man mike.klinga­man@balt­sun.com twit­ter.com/MikeKlinga­man

NOV. 22,1998: Priest Holmes runs for 227 yards, Ray Lewis in­ter­cepts two passes and the Ravens (4-7) hold the last-place Ben­gals to 58 rush­ing yards in a 20-13 vic­tory in Cincinnati.

NOV. 23, 1985: Se­nior Len Bias scores 23 points but fouls out in Mary­land’s basketball opener, an 84-72 win over vis­it­ing North­east­ern. Reg­gie Lewis (Dun­bar) scores 30 for the losers.

NOV. 22, 1976: The Colts’ Mike Barnes, whois 6 feet 5, blocks an ex­tra-point at­tempt with 12 sec­onds re­main­ing to give Bal­ti­more a 17-16 vic­tory over the Dol­phins in Mi­ami. Bert Jones passes for 234 yards and one touch­down for the Colts (9-2), who lead the AFC East.

NOV. 24, 1964: Bul­lets for­ward Gus John­son scores 21 points, shat­ters a glass back­board and tears the hoop off its moor­ings in a 109-108 NBA win over the Hawks in St. Louis.

NOV. 26, 1963: “I can hardly be­lieve it,” Navy quar­ter­back Roger Staubach says upon learn­ing he’d won the Heis­man Tro­phy. Staubach, who has passed for 1,375 yards in lead­ing the Mid­ship­men to an 8-1 record, is the fourth ju­nior in 29 years to win the award as col­lege foot­ball’s best player.

NOV. 22, 1959: Des­per­ate to see his team play the San Fran­cisco 49ers in a sold-out game, a Colts fan scales the fence be­hind the cen­ter-field bleach­ers at Me­mo­rial Sta­dium and is ar­rested. Af­ter post­ing bail at North­east­ern Po­lice Sta­tion, the man re­turns to the sta­dium, hops the same fence — and is nabbed again. Bal­ti­more wins, 45-14.

NOV. 25, 1947: In one of the first pro wrestling events broad­cast by WMAR-TV, Ge­orge Becker de­feats Nanjo Singh in the fea­tured match at the Coli­seum.

NOV. 23, 1919: More than 1,000 spec­ta­tors gather on a cold, windy day at the Dun­dalk Avi­a­tion Field to watch Henry Werns­ing, a parachutist from Bal­ti­more, jump from a sea­plane at 3,000 feet and land be­side Thomp­son’s Sea Girt House.


NOV. 21, 1989: Ravens kicker Justin Tucker, who has made 152 of 170 ca­reer field-goal at­tempts.

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