- Brady's suspension upheld by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell
- O's Snap Losing Streak
- USMNT Loses Third-Place Game
- Kershaw Continues Historic Stretch
- O's Swept in New York
- Zach Johnson Wins The Open Championship in Playoff
- Dempsey's 3 goals lift US over Cuba 6-0, into Gold Cup semis
- Weather Gets the Britiish Open Again
- Martinez hits 26th homer, Tigers beat Orioles 7-3
- Watson crosses Swilcan Bridge for final time
- Dustin Johnson still in control at St. Andrews
- Johnson Leads the Open Championship
- Banowsky stepping down was C-USA commissioner after 13 years
- Coppin State's Epps to Pan-Am Games
- Orioles LHP Wesley Wright designated for assignment
- All-Star Starting Pitchers Announced
- Maryland's Trimble Named to U.S. Pan Am Team
- Scherzer allows 4 hits as Nationals beat Orioles 3-2
- Djkokovic beats Federer in 4 sets for 3rd Wimbledon title
- Harper, Espinosa HRs carry Nationals over Orioles 7-4
- Williams wins Wimbledon to secure another Serena Slam
- Schoop's 9th-inning HR carries Orioles past Nationals 3-2
- Cowboys' Hardy gets suspension reduced from 10 games to 4
- NYC celebrates Women's World Cup winners with parade
- Goodell says Tom Brady appeal decision soon
- Former Raider QB Kenny Stabler Passes Away
- Williams beats Sharapova in 2 sets to reach Wimbledon final
- DJ Stewart Settling In with Ironbirds
- Rory McIlroy pulls out of British Open
- Four Orioles Selected to All-Star Game
- Lloyd scores 3 and US defeats Japan 5-2 for World Cup title
- USA Up 4-0 On Japan Just 16 Minutes In
- Schoop HR in return from disabled list, O's beat White Sox
- Orioles activate second baseman Jonathan Schoop
- Boston's David Ortiz starting at 1st base
- Bud Norris Demoted To O's Bullpen
- Matt Stonie beats Joey Chestnut to win Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest
- Danks, Abreu lead White Sox over Orioles 1-0
- Bubba Watson to remove Confederate flag from 'General Lee'
- Rangers score 2 in 9th to beat Orioles 2-0
- D.J. Stewart Makes Professional Debut
- Chargers Tight End Antonio Gates Suspended 4 Games
- Cowboys' McClain suspended 1st 4 games of regular season
- Own goal gives Japan 2-1 win over England in World Cup semi
- O's DFA Young; Recall Wilson
- D.J. Stewart to Debut Thursday
- Navy Football No Longer Independent
- Former Raven Damion Cook dies of heart attack
- AP source: Phillies hire MacPhail as team president
- Orioles hit 3 HRs and beat Indians 8-0 for sweep
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."