- Lough HR in 10th, Orioles top Red Sox 5-4 to end 5-game skid
- Baseball fans asked to stay at stadium after violent protest
- Fans Inside Oriole Park Asked to Shelter in Place
- Extraordinary moment: Olympian identifies as transgender
- Holt's 8th-inning HR lifts Red Sox past skidding Orioles 7-5
- Ryan Flaherty to the DL
- Manfred: Rose Will Be Allowed to be Part of All-Star Game
- Caps Take Control Of Series
- O's Rally Late, Can't Complete Comeback
- Former Towson Tiger, Jerrelle Benimon, Earns NBA D-League Honors
- Browns GM Ray Farmer won't trade everything for quarterback
- Baltimore Ravens Mark Their 20th Season
- Broncos Hosting Ravens in Season Opener
- O's lose rain-shortened, error-filled Boston finale
- Chris Davis' 2-run homer helps Orioles defeat Red Sox 4-1
- Orioles 2B Schoop goes on 15-day DL with sprained right knee
- Fox hires Pete Rose as special guest analyst
- Ex-NFL Player Aaron Hernandez Convicted of 1st-Degree Murder
- Orioles 3B Manny Machado to Host 2nd Annual Celebrity Bowling Tournament
- Orioles Minor-Leaguer Sues Johns Hopkins, Alleging 'Negligent Medical Care'
- Bautista breaks slump, gets 3 hits as Blue Jays beat Orioles
- Coach pays tribute to basketball player who played despite brain tumor
- Jordan Spieth's 130 breaks Floyd's 36-hole record at Masters
- Spieth's Historic Round at Augusta
- Orioles trade Ryan Webb
- Baltimore Ravens Announce Preseason Schedule
- Layman To Return To Maryland For Senior Season
- Bearing down: Jack Nicklaus makes hole-in-one at Par-3
- Ravens Might Go WR Due To Need
- With 10 Picks, Ravens Might Treat NFL Draft as Swap-Meet
- Orioles Hold On After 4-Run 1st, Beat Rays 6-5
- Orioles Slugger Davis Set to Return Tuesday From Suspension
- 6-Month Suspension Over for Michael Phelps
- Orioles open season with Hardy and Wieters on disabled list
- Kentucky's Andrew Harrison tweets apology for muttering obscenity, slur at news conference
- Stults, Braves Beat Orioles 5-3 to Wrap Up Spring Training
- Blue Devils' Okafor Settles In Early In Final Four Victory
- Wall Sets Career High in Assists, Wizards Top Knicks
- Jimenez, O's Beat Braves
- Tiger Woods to return at the Masters
- Hamilton won't be disciplined for violating program
- Wisconsin's Frank Kaminsky chosen AP Player of the Year
- Kentucky's John Calipari chosen AP Coach of the Year
- Caps Beat Habs in Shootout
- Chen Solid in Final Spring Start
- Maryland Guard Trimble to Return for Sophomore Season
- JHU Lacrosse Trying Its Best To Move Forward On The Field
- Melo Trimble Will Return to Maryland
- Baltimore Ravens Sign QB Matt Schaub
- Orioles: Chris Tillman 2015 Opening Day Starter
The Ambrose Legacy Continues, at Towson University
Updated: Friday, December 6 2013, 05:43 PM EST
In just his fifth season at Towson University Rob Ambrose has one of the top FCS programs in the county. With a father who was a hall of famer in Maryland High School Football circles, it's the family business.
Rob is one of two sons of retired Maryland high school hall of fame coach Tim Ambrose.
"A lot of people ask me if I miss it, I miss not coaching kids," Tim said. "But you know I get to know some kids here…I don't want to coach anymore. I'm 64 years old. I just want to get to enjoy the games and fortunately my kids are coaching and it's pretty good deal for someone who coached high school you know for 40 some years."
And those kids are making a name for themselves.
Head coach Rob Ambrose, after 4 seasons at Towson, has two CAA Championships and the program's first trip to the NCAA FCS playoffs. And Jared Ambrose is today the offensive coordinator of one of the most explosive offenses in college football, working alongside his brother.
Their father is a part of the team - in meetings, on the sidelines and even on team trips. Supportive father first, but the coach in him does step in.
"I don't get real excited when they score and I don't get real upset when they turn the ball over," Tim said, adding "After the Delaware game I told him a couple of things that I thought were true and he didn't want to hear them, but I'm his father. I'm going to tell him exactly what I think…I'm not going to do anything to cause them heartache or put more pressure on them than they already have. I'm just not going to do that. I coached for 41 years. And i just know how head coaches think. You don't need that coming from your father."