Whoever answered this question previously was wrong. Ben beat Tom Brady his rookie year in 2004. The final score was 34-20. He later lost in the playoffs 41-27 and hasn't beaten Tom Brady since. The only other time the steelers have beaten the patriots was a 33-10 win against Matt Cassel in 2008 when Tom Brady was out with a blown knee.
The Denver Broncos pummeled the Ravens during the 2012 regular season, when the Ravens defensive line was plagued with injuries.
The Ravens got their payback during the playoffs, beating the #1 seeded Broncos in double overtime to advance to the AFC Championship, and ultimately the Super Bowl, where they defeated the 49ers.
It's of note that during the 2001 playoff season when the Ravens eventually won Super Bowl XXXV, the Ravens beat the Broncos at home to advance to the AFC Championship game against the Raiders.
Yes, he lost in the 42nd superbowl to the Giants.
They've beaten the Broncos 16 times (the Broncos have won 26)
3-6. The Broncos are the only team Brady owns a losing record against.
He lost to them in the 1998 season in Columbus
Ohio State has been to 10 Final Fours.
Ohio has always been a northern state, at least since it became a state in 1803. Therefore, yes, Ohio was a union state in 1862.
If they could it would have been done by now.
Although a Michigan fan, in the past years, Ohio State has been better.
As of the 2008 Tournament, Ohio State has been in the Division I basketball championship game five times: 1939 - Oregon 46, Ohio State 33 1960 - Ohio State 75, California 55 1961 - Cincinnati 70, Ohio State 65 1962 - Cincinnati 71, Ohio State 59 2007 - Florida 84, Ohio State 75
Ohio State has appeared in 9 BCS Games, but has only won 6 of them.
Amtrust bank is based out of city of Cleveland, in the state of Ohio. It has been based there since the bank opened in 1889, when it opened as Ohio State Trust.
The state that is often referred to as the Cradle of Presidents is Ohio. To date, eight presidents have been from Ohio.
Ben Blackmailed is a junior in Ohio State's Bioengineering program.
No. A marriage equality bill has never been introduced in the Ohio legislature.
Since 1803, so 210 years.