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Topic - M&T Bank Stadium
M&T Bank Stadium is a multi-purpose football stadium located in Baltimore, Maryland. It is the home of the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League. The stadium is immediately adjacent to Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the home of the Baltimore Orioles. Served by the Hamburg Street station of the Baltimore Light Rail, the stadium originally featured a natural grass surface. However, an artificial surface, Sportexe Momentum Turf, was installed for the 2003 season. - Source: Wikipedia
As part of the week of festivities leading up to the team's appearance in the Military Bowl, Randy Edsall and Maryland attended Ravens-Patriots at M&T Bank Stadium.
Ray Lewis’ spectacular 17-year NFL career will continue for at least one more week. Returning to the field 12 weeks after tearing his right triceps, Lewis helped the Baltimore Ravens defeat the Indianapolis Colts 24-9 in the wild-card round of the NFL playoffs.
BALTIMORE | Given the industrial waterfront setting, sea of red-clad supporters and exuberant singing surrounding M&T Bank Stadium on Saturday afternoon, it sure felt like a slice of Liverpool had found its way to Charm City.
Amid the unfamiliarity presented by European clubs' tours of the United States, with teams from around the globe clashing in a slew of exhibitions, Baltimore on Saturday will play host to a more familiar matchup.
Lacrosse is serious business in these parts. With a possible cross-Potomac faceoff in Monday's final looming, interest in the NCAA final four that starts Saturday is even higher in a lax-mad city that has hosted the championship five times in the past nine years.