Sunday, November 10, 2002

Bengals-Ravens by the numbers



1995 - The last time the Bengals won at least two consecutive road games: Oct. 19 at Pittsburgh and Nov. 12 at Houston. A victory today at Baltimore would give the Bengals consecutive road wins.

19 - Rookies on Baltimore Ravens opening day roster, most ever.

15 - Bengals players in starting 22 who were taken in the first three rounds of the draft, including seven first-rounders.

38-24 - Brian Billick's career record as Ravens coach, a .612 winning percentage that's fourth best among current coaches.

127 - Yards rushed by Corey Dillon in last Ravens-Bengals game, snapping streak of 51 games in which Baltimore did not allow a 100-yard individual rusher.

15,124 - Career passing yards in six seasons with Bengals by Jeff Blake, third most in franchise history.

26 and 53 - Touchdown passes and interceptions thrown by the Bengals since Blake left as a free agent.

22 - Consecutive games Ravens have gone without a 300-yard passer.

188.0 - Bengals average yards gained in total offense in last four games against Ravens.

34 - Percent of season's points Bengals scored last week at Houston.

5 - Tight ends the Bengals have placed on the Injured Reserve list in the last two seasons. They are Sean Brewer (twice), Tony McGee, Marco Battaglia and Brad St. Louis. Brewer was put on IR this past week, ending his season.

194 - Career points vs. Bengals for Ravens kicker Matt Stover, a career high.

8 - Total points by which Baltimore has lost three road games this season: by 3 points each at Carolina and Atlanta and by 2 at Indianapolis.

139-162 - Ravens scoring disadvantage.

113-214 - Bengals scoring disadvantage.



BENGALS / NFL
Ravens 38, Bengals 27
Blake empathizes with former mates
Bengals' defense will need to step up once again
The Edge
Isolation booth: Johnson vs. Demps
Levi: Life as a Rookie
Bengals, Ravens stats
Bengals-Ravens by the numbers
NFL notebook, standings
Are you ready for some Monday Night Football history?
Curnutte's NFL power rankings


UC BEARCATS
Sloppy UC still slams NKU
Daugherty: Wrath - not grapes - seems more Huggins' style
Center position still work in progress
UC women win C-USA soccer crown

XAVIER HOOPS
Cole ponders redshirt season
XU women win exhibition

REDS / BASEBALL
Bowden mum regarding free agent wish list
Reds Q & A
Phils set to spend on Thome

OHIO FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS
Elder, Colerain at Nippert Saturday
Where to buy football tickets
Elder 31, Wayne 3
Colerain 28, Lebanon 7
Ohio scores | Ohio pairings
Fans enjoy atmosphere at Paul Brown Stadium
Kings 36, Edgewood 19
Reading 41, Coldwater 38

KENTUCKY FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS
Kentucky scores | Kentucky pairings
CovCath 54, Harrison Co. 6
Beechwood 55, Fairview 7
Boone Co. 34, Oldham Co. 28
Dixie Heights 43, Lou. Ballard 41
Eastern 22, Conner 7
Highlands 56, Anderson Co. 0
Holy Cross 35, Nicholas Co. 14
Lex. Catholic 52, Holmes 20
Lloyd 51, East Carter 20
Louisville Trinity 48, Ryle 9
NewCath 57, Paris 14
Russell 31, Newport 14
Scott 53, Bourbon Co. 22

INDIANA FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS
East Central 38, Whiteland 30


OHIO VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS
Ursuline unseats St. Ursula as Div. I champs
GGCL players rule all-state team

OHIO SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIPS
St. Ursula loses soccer final
Wyoming girls denied soccer title
Madeira boys win state title

KENTUCKY CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS
St. Henry boys take cross country title
Highlands girls run to state title

PREP INSIDER COLUMN
Prep Insider: Late coach was ahead of his time


COLLEGE FOOTBALL
With backs to wall, Buckeyes battle to 11-0
Hail Mary heave halts fun for UK
Bowen corners market at Miami
Huskies stun BGSU, take first in division
Mount St. Joseph thumped by undefeated Hanover 49-14
Miami crushes Vols
Texas shows Baylor some attitude
Texas A&M ruins party for Sooners
Irish escape Navy
Syracuse topples No. 8 Virginia Tech in 3OT
Big Ten roundup
Top 25 roundup
How the Top 25 fared
College Football Today

COLLEGE HOOPS
Hoops: Big matchups come early, often
Dayton player's parents don't believe son lied

REGIONAL INTERESTS
MSJ football finally growling
Five questions with Brandon Miree
Enquirer Page Two power rankings

NATIONAL HEADLINES
Dredge leads Volvo Masters
Mighty Ducks blank Barons
Kolzig slams door on Flyers
Second-half scoring surge lifts Pacers over Raptors
Women's soccer: U.S. 2, Canada 1
Serena Williams, Capriati advance to WTA semis
Will Fittipaldi be first of new wave of drivers?
Stewart on cusp of Cup title

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