1. SOM Faculty upends their students

    FAIRFAX, Va. - The George Mason University School of Music can play sports too.To prove it, they scheduled a softball game featuring the faculty and staff against their students whom they teach Monday through Friday...

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  2. Caps cruise in home opener

    Photo GalleryWASHINGTON - It did not take long. Try only 1:17 into the first for the sea of red to explode. Alex Ovechkin found the net, sounded the horn, and the Maple Leafs never had a prayer in this contest...

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  3. Capitals vs. Maple Leafs Preview -- Oct. 3

    Two days removed from dismantling the Boston Bruins 4-1 on Opening Night, the Washington Capitals will open up at home at Verizon Center Saturday night...

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  4. Fox sticks with Delhomme, but will the fans?

    After a bye this Sunday, the Carolina Panthers QB will still be Jake Delhomme on Oct. 11 when they host the dreadful Washington Redskins.Here's a quick statistic: 2 TD's, 7 INT's. Yikes...

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  5. Ovi, Caps roll past Beantown

    Photo GalleryBOSTON -- Though it's early, Washington Capitals fans can sleep soundly after watching the utter destruction at TD Garden Thursday night...

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  6. Football is Back, Thank God!!!

    The National Football League is officially underway for the 2009-10 season. The Hall of Fame game last Sunday kicked off the pre-season action, with the Tennessee Titans winning 21-18 over T...

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  7. Where Are They Now: Gabe Norwood

    The summer season is a quiet one for the most part in the sports universe. Since baseball is really the only sport going, and no one really pays attention until the fall, let's take a look at ...

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  8. Federer Captures 15th Slam

    Let's be honest about the Wimbledon final. Roger Federer was the heavy favorite, while American Andy Roddick was a feel-good story, but had no chance of even keeping it close.Well, were we ever wrong...

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  9. McNair Found Dead in Nashville Condo

    Former NFL quarterback Steve McNair was found fatally wounded in a Nashville condominium this afternoon.McNair, 36, played 13 season in the pros, most recently for the Baltimore Ravens in 2007...

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  10. A Trip to Camden Yards

    Well, it was imminent that I travel to one of the greatest scenes in professional baseball this summer. Originally, I was going to just buy a $8 ticket a Nationals game, but they are in Miami, ...

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  11. Federer, Murray Advance to Wimby Quarters

    Roger Federer, ATP's #2 in the world, and Great Britain's own Andy Murray, ATP's #3, are priming themselves to make a run at the Wimbledon finals, where they would in fact meet one another...

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  12. Mason Books Non-Conf. Schedule

    Jim Larranaga and the George Mason Patriots have their non-conference schedule set for the upcoming season, and should all go well, Mason will prime themselves for a another run next March...

    Chris Brooks Written by Chris Brooks about 5 years ago 16 reads 0 comments

  13. Pens Force Pivotal Game Seven

    The Detroit Red Wings failed to clinch their second consecutive Stanley Cup title Tuesday night, after the Pittsburgh Penguins won 2-1 at Mellon Arena. This exciting series has now become a best-of-one series...

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  14. Kobe, Lakers Rout Magic

    The Orlando Magic took both regular season games against the Los Angeles Lakers, scoring over 100 points in each game...

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  15. Pens Knot the Series at Two Apiece

    Game one, the Red Wings win 3-1. One night later, Red Wings win game two by the same score.Everything working to their advantage, right? Well, the Pittsburgh Penguins finally said enough, ...

    Chris Brooks Written by Chris Brooks about 5 years ago 35 reads 0 comments

  16. Trip to East Carolina....AGAIN!

    Well, for the second time since November, we shall travel to Greenville, NC. This time, it is not for a basketball game, but surprisingly, a baseball game.The Mason baseball team received an at-large bid, a No...

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  17. Michael Vick Out of Prison

    Today at 4 AM CST, Michael Vick was released from Kansas federal prison, and somehow avoided all media on his sneaky exit...

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  18. Caps Done, Fall 6-2 in Game Seven

    The dream series of the NHL playoffs is over.A much anticipated game 7 between the Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins quickly became a dud, as the Capitals fall 6-2 to the Pens Wednesday night at Verizon Center...

    Chris Brooks Written by Chris Brooks about 5 years ago 27 reads 0 comments

  19. Pittsburgh-Washington: Caps Force Game Seven

    The NHL's dream series has not disappointed. The Caps won the first two, then the Penguins won three straight. It has been physical, dramatic, and it will most likely finish in the same fashion it began...

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  20. Davis Wins but Shoves Child

    Celtics+Magic_Mill-thumb-660x936-6956.jpg">Did you see the Glen Davis jumper to beat the Orlando Magic last night? It was awesome wasn't it?Did you see what he did after that? He ...

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  21. Alexander Ovechkin's Death Threat Comes from Child

    I guess you are not safe on the road—especially in the playoffs. Alex Ovechkin's life was threatened on a Pittsburgh message board by a crazed Penguins fan...

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  22. Washington Caps Fall in OT

    PITTSBURGH: Not going to lie, but I missed all of regulation and only saw about five minutes and the game-winning goal in Pittsburgh's 3-2 overtime win over the Capitals Wednesday night at Mellon Arena...

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  23. Capitals-Penguins: Alexander Ovechkin's Hat Trick Gives Washington Two-Game Lead

    Game Two was the Ovechkin vs. Crosby Show. They did not disappoint, I promise. Ask anyone who was at the sold out Verizon Center and they will tell you it was a sight to see—and they will not be wearing a cap either...

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  24. Capitals-Penguins: Simeon Varlamov's 34 Stops Propel Caps

    Capitals versus Penguins, Ovechkin versus Crosby: the dream match-up for the NHL playoffs. Too bad it's not for a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals—but we will still take it!Game One of the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals lived up to the hype...

    Chris Brooks Written by Chris Brooks about 5 years ago 55 reads 1 comments

  25. Capitals-Rangers: Sergei Fedorov Sends Rangers Home

    If not Alex Ovechkin, then who would you want to have the puck? Why not the most experienced player on the Washington Capitals roster—Sergei Fedorov...

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