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It's hard to blame this 12-year-old from Bel Air, Md., for wearing his Ball So Hard University sweatshirt to school earlier this week. BSHU is one of the more prestigious research institutions in the country, and either the kid has a sibling who goes there, or hopes to attend himself, or is just a big fan of BSHU's most famous alumni, Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs. More »
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Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs is in a legal dispute over the phrase "Ball So Hard University," which he stated as his alma mater during a game.
Before the Baltimore Ravens' win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, Terrell Suggs announced his alma mater as, "Ball So Hard University." Soon after, merchandise from this make-believe school cropped up, and now a legal battle has broken out over who owns "Ball So Hard University."
According to the Baltimore Sun, Brian Bussells, a man from Maryland, applied for...
You don’t play 16 years in the NFL at a hall-of-fame level without making sacrifices off the field. And for Ray Lewis, that means following a strict, healthy diet.
From USA Today:
Lewis is a fish-and-vegetable man who hasn’t touched pork in 12 years and has eaten beef twice during that span. He also doesn’t drink soda or eat bread or sugar — except for scant exceptions...
A 12-year-old student was reprimanded for wearing a “Ball So Hard University” sweatshirt to school, Bel Air Patch reports. The “Ball So Hard University” phrase was popularized by Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs, who on Sunday Night Football introductions said his alma mater was “Ball So Hard University.” His statement was a joke (and reference to a Jay-Z and Kanye West...
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs trying to tighten legal grip on catchphrase, nicknameBaltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs founded Ball So Hard University in jest, but three months later, the joke has become a serious legal dispute.
Linebacker likes weapons on offensive side of ballSince the Ravens drafted Terrell Suggs in the first round in 2003, the organization has qualified for the postseason in five seasons prior to the current campaign.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Before Terrell Suggs steps foot on a football field on Sundays, there are two movie scenes he has to watch to get him pumped up for the occasion. The first is Tony D'Amato's "inch by inch" speech in "Any Given Sunday," during which Al Pacino's character, ...
Matchup between linebacker, left tackle could impact outcomeNot too many offensive tackles relish the idea of trying to block Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs. But Houston Texans left tackle Duane Brown isn’t shying away from the opportunity, which will present itself Sunday during the AFC divisional playoff round.
The Baltimore Ravens and Houston Texans are quite content to run against the grain in the pass-happy NFL. Baltimore relies heavily on running back Ray Rice and a stingy defensive unit led by Pro Bowl linebackers Ray Lewis and Terrell Suggs. Houston depends on the rushing prowess of Arian Foster and the NFL's second-ranked defense.