1. New Redskins Faces will Make for New Plays

    Only three NFL teams had fewer sacks than the Washington Redskins in 2008. Those teams—the Bengals, Browns, and Chiefs—finished with a combined record of 10-37-1...

    Brian Kaufman Written by Brian Kaufman about 5 years ago 273 reads 1 comments

  2. Jason Campbell: If I Could Have a Q&A...

    There are a great deal of questions I would ask Jason Campbell if I were able to have an interview for a feature story on him. Here's a list: -The Redskins pursued a number of options at quarterback this offseason...

    Brian Kaufman Written by Brian Kaufman about 5 years ago 203 reads 0 comments

  3. 2009 Washington Redskins Preview

    In the always tough NFC East, 2009 is looking like another season in which any one, two, or three of the teams could make the playoffs...

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  4. NFC East Makes It Tough For Redskins

    Since 1970, 19 teams representing the NFC in the Super Bowl have hailed from the NFC East. This year will be another competitive one for what is widely regarded as the best division ...

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  5. Maryland Terrapin Classic: Gary Williams Leads Team Back to Big Dance

    This is the second-best coaching job Gary Williams has ever done.Obviously, when a coach wins a national championship, as Williams did with Maryland in 2002, it will go down in history as likely his best campaign...

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  6. Spurs-Hornets Series Is Poetry in Motion

    The clock on my computer reads 8:29. One minute until everything said on Around the Horn, Pardon the Interruption, and SportsCenter doesn’t matter anymore...

    Brian Kaufman Written by Brian Kaufman about 6 years ago 1,257 reads 0 comments

  7. NFL Draft Challenge: Jake Long a Poor Pick

    When I think about this year’s NFL Draft, I think about a potential top three pick.I think about an offensive lineman from the Big Ten who stands 6’7” tall and was a four-year starter...

    Brian Kaufman Written by Brian Kaufman about 6 years ago 939 reads 1 comments

  8. Davidson: As Good As a Bowl of "Curry"

    Davidson will be the Cinderella of this year's NCAA Tournament.Led by Second Team All-American Stephen Curry and his 25.1 ppg, the Wildcats drew No. 7 seed, Gonzaga, in the first round...

    Brian Kaufman Written by Brian Kaufman about over 6 years ago 1,695 reads 1 comments

  9. Redskins on a 'Qwest' for Victory

    There are two things in this world that manage to bring people together more than anything else: sports and the death of a loved one...

    Brian Kaufman Written by Brian Kaufman about over 6 years ago 1,117 reads 6 comments

  10. GM Dreams: Dominating ESPN's NBA Trade Machine

    Every NBA fan would love to be the GM of his favorite team for a day, if only to make that one blockbuster trade to put the boys over the top.Celtics fans no doubt loved watching their squad add Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen over the offseason...

    Brian Kaufman Written by Brian Kaufman about over 6 years ago 2,144 reads 7 comments

  11. Marlyand BB: Fear the Turtle No More

    131 wins and three losses—pretty impressive numbers, huh?Coming into this season, the University of Maryland men’s basketball team had won 131 nonconference home games since head coach Gary Williams took over the program in 1989...

    Brian Kaufman Written by Brian Kaufman about over 6 years ago 1,004 reads 2 comments

  12. The Adrian Peterson Show

    The analysis focused on Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has been sickening.I feel like I’m listening to a broken record when I hear Ron Jaworski talk about how he could be "the best back in the National Football League...

    Brian Kaufman Written by Brian Kaufman about over 6 years ago 1,732 reads 6 comments