Is America ready for an openly gay athlete in professional sports? Columnist Jason Whitlock thinks so, but suggests it will take someone powerful stepping out in support of such an admission before an NFL player is brave enough to do so himself.
For the first time since the onslaught of anti-‘Redskins’ chatter began, there seems to be signs the tide is turning against the nickname’s most vocal opposition. The whole conversation reveals a truly conspiratorial effort to trick fans into believing it’s wrong to have a pro-’Redskins’ opinion.
As Maryland fans struggle to ascertain that they’ll be rooting for their Terps in a new conference come 2014, Mark Turgeon and Randy Edsall are elated and believe an invite to the Big Ten is an invite to better everything.
Two five-star high school basketball recruits out of Texas are expected to announce which lucky college town they’ll be bringing their talents to in a 5 p.m. press conference, and one local school is in the running.
The prelude to the final days of the regular season carried a lot of confusion as it pertained to the Nationals playoff seed and opponent. As teams race for home today in the schedule, trying to understand what just happened and what it all means can be jarring.
NFL fans were losing their minds across the country immediately following a highly controversial game-changing decision made by a replacement referee in the final second of Monday Night Football.
The Nationals came back from the depths of complete offensive deficiency to beat the Marlins Saturday evening, to make this game one of those victories that will stand out above the rest at the end of the season.
The Washington Nationals (49-34) weren’t able to head into the mid-summer break on a winning note, dropping the final game and series (2-1) to the Rockies 4-3, but as Tyler Clippard said, “You don’t ever want to get too comfortable.”
The Washington Nationals defeated the Rockies 4-1 Saturday, in a game that had plenty of fun highlights and mid-season accomplishments, but behind the scenes while 9 innings were being played, Bryce Harper is being told he’s an All-Star and Ian Desmond is admitting to himself that he’s not.
Jose Canseco’s ex, who fell victim to his most recent Twitter outburst, had a lot to say to say to “The C and O Show” earlier today, including having her privacy invaded, how steroids have affected Canseco’s brain, and how he’s threatened her repeatedly since their breakup.