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Len Bias

One Small Step for Eric Holder

Chris Weigant | Posted 10.12.2013 | Politics
Chris Weigant

What Holder said today was that it's time for this outdated, expensive, and largely futile policy to end, or at least be severely curtailed. And that, indeed, is a giant rhetorical and philosophical leap forward.

Miss a Title Game, Learn a Life Lesson

Dave Ungrady | Posted 05.23.2012 | Sports
Dave Ungrady

High school teams across the country are staging their own post-season dramas, and I was fortunate recently to be a part of championship game activities for Washington, D.C. area basketball.

Memory of Bias Forms Leslie's Attitude Toward Basketball and Life

Dave Ungrady | Posted 04.01.2012 | Sports
Dave Ungrady

C.J. Leslie, a sophomore forward at N.C. State found out about Bias from his father, Clinton, in 2008. When C.J. brought up Michael Jordan's name, Clinton said, "If you think Jordan is good, you should see Len Bias."

With Bias Death a Backdrop, Terps Track Faces Demise

Dave Ungrady | Posted 03.05.2012 | Sports
Dave Ungrady

Maryland's A.C.C. dominance ended after it won the conference meet in 1981. Today, Maryland men's track faces an uncertain future as one of six sports to be eliminated unless it can raise $4.2 million by July 1.

Send Len Bias to the Hall of Fame

Dave Ungrady | Posted 08.23.2011 | Sports
Dave Ungrady

Bias's basketball accomplishments were legendary, and remain so. He deserves to claim a spot among the 200 others in the Hall of Fame.

Poet Pride: A Charm City Classic on Film

Timothy Cooper | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Timothy Cooper

A new basketball documentary, Poet Pride, takes a look at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School. This famed East Baltimore institution has produced some of the greatest basketball players in the country.