1. Alex Ovechkin Suspended for Two Games, Will Remain Too Cool for Caution

    What other MVP-caliber player do you know who injures himself on a hard hit, gets suspended for it, and will likely return from injury and banishment with the same grin and same reckless mentality? Alex Ovechkin, also known as Straight Vodka on Ice...

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  2. Redskins To Welcome Wale' at FedEx Field

    D.C.’s best rapper and confused basketball fan, Wale’, will likely be the best thing to happen to the Redskins this December, as he is scheduled to perform at halftime of the ‘Skins-Cowboys game on Dec...

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  3. Maryland Terps at Their Best When They Don't Press

    A few weeks ago, a Maryland Terrapins squad with more talent was soundly beaten by a more-athletic Cincinnati Bearcats squad, mostly because Gary Williams stubbornly stayed in an ineffective full-court press...

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  4. Jason Campbell: How a Pulled Hamstring Could Save His Career

    Jason Campbell needs to walk into Jim Zorn’s office right now, fall on the floor in agony, and say his hamstring has been torn in three places...

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  5. John Harbaugh To Root for Indiana against Terps

    Ravens coach John Harbaugh has fully integrated himself into the local sports scene. He enjoys rocking the red for the Caps and the Terps, even if it means his face gets booed on the Jumbotron...

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  6. A Thought on the Return of Ralph Friedgen

      The questions are still making their way through Internet news wires and the blogosphere, but Ralph Friedgen is still the head football coach of the Maryland Terrapins and rightfully so ...

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  7. Another Set of Eyes Gives Redskins a New Look

    If there is a positive to be taken away from the Redskins’ second-consecutive choke job , it’s that the offense can now be offered up as a legitimate NFL scoring unit. Twenty or more points in two out of the last three weeks? Rejoice, Raljon..

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  8. Washington Redskins Money Sits Against Philadelphia Eagles

    Courtesy of a @RickMaese Tweet , we discover that Albert Haynesworth, Clinton Portis, and DeAngelo Hall are all out against the Philadelphia Eagles today...

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  9. Baltimore Ravens Have Playoff Possibilities But Remain a Longshot

    Yeah, the math is still in favor of the Ravens . But a look at the schedule, the injuries, and the failures of the past gives no indication that the math will add up to a Ravens playoff berth...

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  10. Ted Leonsis Set to Become Majority Owner of Washington Wizards

    What Abe Pollin started and grew within the District as a respectable sports entertainment option, Ted Leonsis will likely flourish into a championship contender...

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  11. Why the Baltimore Ravens Aren't Getting Bad Calls

    A tongue-in-cheek column from the Sun’s Peter Schmuck—who artfully jabs at the Ravens' predilection to lose close games in the waning minutes—brings up an interesting point ...

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  12. The Fearless Life of Abe Pollin

    Many of the tributes you will hear about Abe Pollin will capture the essence of his kindness, his endearment to those he worked with and hired, and his undying affection for the Washington-Metropolitan area...

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  13. Ravens Rally Towels are a Horrible Idea

    You have to wonder if Ravens marketing staff keeps up with blogs, because if they asked us humble scribes of day-job avoidance, they would’ve known that marketing Rally Towels for the Pittsburgh ...

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  14. Gilbert Arenas and Caron Butler Talk it Out

    So we learned that the selfish comments recently made by Gilbert Arenas were directed at Caron Butler, and mostly crafted out of Arenas’ frustration with the offense...

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  15. College of Notre Dame Cancels 2009-10 Women's Basketball Season

    I know the College of Notre Dame is small, and its athletic program minute compared to other area colleges and universities...

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  16. Buying Out Ralph Friedgen Is No Small Bill for Maryland

    I wrote yesterday that Ralph Friedgen should remain the coach of the Maryland Terrapins football team because he’s brought more recruiting and positive coverage than any coach since the days of Bobby Ross...

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  17. Washington Nationals' Stephen Strasburg Doesn't Need Surgery

    The good news is that Stephen Strasburg doesn’t need surgery on his injured knee . The bad news is that this is the second injury for the pitching phenom and it has the potential to linger for years...

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  18. Gilbert Arenas Is the Answer for the Washington Wizards

    With a 3-9 record on the season, the fires are already beginning to rage within the Washington Wizards locker room. And the fire starter, predictably, is Gilbert Arenas . “I think the only person who actually had to sacrifice was me...

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  19. Matt Stover Beats, then Loves the Ravens

    Each member of the “bring Matt Stover back” cavalcade awakes this morning with a sense of validation. The greatest Raven of all-time came back to beat his former club in the kind of field goal-laden game that made him a Baltimore legend...

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  20. Why Ralph Friedgen Should Remain the Maryland Terrapins' Head Coach

    There are quite a few parallels to draw between Notre Dame head football coach Charlie Weis and Maryland Terrapins coach Ralph Friedgen. Minimized girth aside, they are both renowned offensive game planners and straight-from-the-hip shooters...

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  21. Redskins Lose to Dallas, Situation Is "Bleak" in D.C.

    In one of the only two meaningful games remaining on the Redskins schedule – the rivalry series with the Dallas Cowboys - the team that would have been victorious suddenly wasn’t...

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  22. Washington Redskins: Road to Relevance Begins in Dallas

    Two weeks ago, it wasn’t a stretch to assume that the Redskins would lose the balance of their schedule, finish 2-14, and pioneer new ways to draft everything other than offensive linemen...

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  23. Baltimore Ravens: Keys to Beating Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts

    The biggest key to Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts’ six game winning streak over the Ravens hasn’t been overwhelming talent or coaching; it has been Manning’s ability ...

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  24. The Light at the End of Clinton Portis' Tunnel Vision

    Maybe you wanted Clinton Portis to go down as the greatest running back in Redskins history. You wanted the hi-jinks, personalities and outspoken nature to have amounted to more than media distraction amidst bad ownership and underperformance on the field

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  25. Sun's 'Top Ten Football Players in Baltimore History'

    The Sun has put together a list of the top ten football players in Baltimore history . And aside from the glaring omission of Matt Stover, I have no problem with it. What do you think? 1. John Unitas : The greatest quarterback to play the game...

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