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Author Archive for Bart Raeke

Bart will write weekly columns called “The Hangover.” He was born and bred in Baltimore, and has been a sports fan all his life. One of his earliest memories was seeing the news report of the Colts leaving (and he continues to get a cold chill down his spine when he sees a Mayflower truck). During those “dark days” he was a fan of the Packers, mainly because one of their most famous players was also named Bart. He is an avid fan of the Ravens and the Orioles, and is a graduate of Towson University, where he obtained his degree in writing.

The Hangover: Ravens vs Panthers Week 11 Edition

For the majority of the league, Week 11 is in the books, and with it comes another Baltimore Ravens win, beating the Carolina Panthers 37-13.  It was a record kind of day, as it saw Ravens QB Joe Flacco tie the franchise records for passing TDs and FS Ed Reed joining the ranks of the […]

The Hangover: Ravens vs Falcons Week 10 Edition

Black Friday came a bit early this year, didn’t it?  In an ending that showed a strange reversal of fortune (more on that later) the Atlanta Falcons hold serve and beat the Baltimore Ravens at home, 26-21.  I know firsthand that the traffic in and around Atlanta is pretty bad, but that should be no […]

The Hangover: Purple Monday Week 9 Edition

Happy Purple Monday everyone! To start, I’d like to sincerely thank the NFL scheduling department for having the foresight to schedule the Ravens bye week to coincide with my birthday.  It’s not often they look out for the little guy, and it was very much appreciated.  Good on ya, lads. Now, to get right in […]

The Hangover: Purple Monday Week 7 Edition

There’s a cliche that runs through all of sports.  Quite frankly,  I’m actually kind of tired of this cliche, but if there was ever a recent poster child for it, the Ravens 37-34  OT win over the Buffalo Bills yesterday proved it to be true:  that’s why they don’t play the game on paper.  What […]

The Hangover: Purple Monday Week 6 Edition

This first salvo burst from my finger tips is going to be relatively short and sweet. I’m going to be expanding this in future installments, of course, but I jumped aboard the team here pretty quickly, and in the interest of full disclosure, I had very short time to get this together. So let’s treat […]