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Nic Moore #11 of the SMU Mustangs (credit: Cooper Neill/Getty Images)

Rising Star: SMU Guard Nic Moore

Moore, a 5’9” point guard from Winona Lake, Ind., is playing as well as anyone in the American Athletic Conference right now. He leads his team with 14.1 points and 4.7 assists per game.


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Larry Brown Has Ties to D.C., Hopes ‘It Works Out for Wizards’

NBA Championship winning coach Larry Brown once played for the Washington Caps of the ABA once declined to coach the Wizards, but says he still follows the team.


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Report: Nets Contact Hall Of Famer Larry Brown As Search For Coach Continues

The Nets are continuing to search for their next head coach, and it’s no secret that owner Mikhail Prokhorov likes big names. Cue Larry Brown, the current head men’s basketball coach at Southern Methodist University.


In 1971, the Washington Redskins, a perennial looser in the National Football League, were winning and looked like they might make the playoffs for the first time since World War II.  On November 21, the team lost a home game to the Dallas Cowboys, 13-0.  Redskin fans booed the players during the game.  Two days later, Nixon took head coach George Allen up on a long standing offer to visit with the team to give them a pep talk.  He told the players to ignore those who booed.  "A great majority of people in this town back the team," he remarked. Many of the players were stunned and elated to have the President show his support. The team went on to end their playoff drought that season.  (credit: Official Photograph/Getty Images)

Redskins History: A Case for Larry Brown in Hall of Fame

Despite Sonny Jurgensen’s Hall of Fame arm, the quarterback didn’t matter that much under conservative coach George Allen as long as the Redskins had running back Larry Brown.


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Elfin: No Matter How You Remember Portis, You Will Remember Him

You can call him Southeast Jerome, Coach Janky Spanky, Doctor Don’t Know, Sheriff Gonna Getcha, or you can just call him Clinton Portis. Whichever identity you choose to remember him by now that he has announced his retirement, the fact is, you will definitely remember him.


Stephen Davis tells the Sports Junkies he will always be a Redskin. (Credit: PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images)

Former Redskins Running Back Stephen Davis Tells Junks ‘I’ll Always Be A Redskin’

Tuesday morning The Junkies were joined by former Redskins fan favorite, Stephen Davis, who was drafted by Washington in 1996 and stayed on the team’s roster through the 2002 season. The running back, who is one of 2,600 ex-NFL’ers to have sued the NFL for concussion-related problems, outlined his daily troubles and painful life after a brutal 11-year career.