Ravens shut down the Bengals
Bias scores 23 as Terps win; Dunbar’s Lewis has 30
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.