Tuesday, December 11, 2012
After losing a bet, Howard County Executive Ken Ulman said he'd be picking up trash in Prince George's wearing a Redskins jersey.
County Executive Ken Ulman said he plans to be in Prince George's County later this week picking up trash while singing 'Hail to the Redskins' and wearing a Redskins jersey after losing a bet to Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker. Ulman is scheduled to make good on the bet on Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at Wayne Curry Sports and Learning Center in Landover. In a YouTube video released on Monday, Ulman said, "I'm having a tough, tough day. As you know the Ravens lost, and I lost my bet to [Baker]." Last week, Ulman challenged Baker to a bet that his favorite football team, the Ravens, would beat Baker's Redskins. On Sunday, the Redskins pulled off a 31-28 dramatic come-from-behind win in overtime. Now, Ulman is asking for a …
Friday, December 7, 2012
The two county executives have a lot riding on Sunday's game.
Ladies and gentlemen of the Baltimore-Washington corridor: it is on. That's the message out from Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker and Howard County Executive Ken Ulman ahead of Sunday's Ravens-Redskins matchup at FedEx Field. The two sparred on Fox 5 Thursday night, agreeing to a friendly wager over the game, which Ulman first posed to Baker earlier in the week in a YouTube video. Baker upped the ante even more during their on-air interview, suggesting that Ulman would have to pick up trash along Prince George's County roads while singing "Hail to the Redskins" should the Ravens lose. Ulman, apparently confident of a win, accepted. Ulman, a proud Ravens fan, had thrown down the gauntlet earlier by offering to wear the …
Friday, March 23, 2012
Mila Thompson has been a Redskins cheerleader for two years.
Next weekend, the Redskins will hold cheerleading tryouts, and in advance, Yahoo published its picks for the 2012 roster. On its list of the “Top Five Most Marketable Cheerleaders” was Mila Thompson, who lives in Elkridge. Thompson, who was born in Japan and has traveled the world as a self-professed “military brat,” currently attends Howard Community College, according to her team bio. In 2011, she was named the Redskins’ hottest cheerleader by the Bleacher Report. While she's been cheering for the ‘Skins for the past two seasons, she says in her bio: “I cannot wait to dance on that field when the season starts. My heart is beating faster just thinking about it.”