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Published December 16, 1994
After six months with no name, the Baltimore CFL franchise is expected to pass on choosing a nickname, preferring to call themselves the Baltimore Football Club (Baltimore SUN, 12/16)....A Video Storyboard Tests survey due out next week shows Pepsi topping the list with America's favorite ad for the 3rd quarter. The other nine: McDonald's, Little Caesars, Coca-Cola, Bud Light, Nike, Miller Lite, Shell, Energizer and AT&T (USA TODAY, 12/16).