With conference realignment affecting the D.C. region as it has, one thing that remains evident is the lack of competition between regional teams represented in the various conferences in NCAA basketball.
George Washington is now the area’s best team, apologies to Georgetown, Maryland and new A-10 rival George Mason.
D.C. hasn’t exactly been the cradle of championships recently, but in a little over 24 hours our teams provided a week’s worth, maybe even a fortnight’s worth of drama.
James Franklin, introduced as the new head coach of Penn State football on Saturday, addressed allegations of poaching recruits from Vanderbilt, his previous school, to play for him in Happy Valley, in an interview with Lavar and Dukes on 106.7 The Fan on Tuesday.
It doesn’t matter if it’s the Redskins, Capitals, Nationals, or Wizards. The sad truth is there is a serious home-field disadvantage in the nation’s capital.
Towson suspended two senior starters for unspecified violations of NCAA rules, knocking them out of Saturday’s FCS championship game.
John Thompson III says he’s been frustrated with the NCAA’s increased hand-checking calls, and told the Junkies he hopes it’ll let up as his Hoyas embark on Big East conference play.
Rakeem Cato threw for 337 yards and three touchdowns, and Marshall used two fourth-quarter scores to rally past Maryland 31-20 Friday in the Military Bowl.
There are plenty of intense college football rivalries, but none have the real-world weight of Army-Navy.
The start of the college basketball season hasn’t been superb in the area except at George Washington. At 8-1, the Colonials are off to their best since 2005-06
Maryland vs. Wake Forest
Gallery of RGIII
Syracuse is moving to the ACC, which might spell the end for the historic Georgetown-Syracuse basketball rivalry.