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The Redskins’ coach odd-timed talk of looking toward next season might have something to do with him ensuring another season for himself.
The Redskins used a valued selection on a luxury item and inadvertently opened the door to a potentially awkward training camp.
The latest scratch-your-head moment from the struggling Wizards provides an ink blot look into the minds of the men involved.
Postseason play would be nice, but barring a surprising increase in wins, there are other ways to measure development. Four ways in particular come to mind.
Catching up with the Hoyas leading returning scorer for the senior's take on the upcoming season and his go-to spot on campus.
Instead of obsessing over the inconsistencies at quarterback, the burgundy and gold faithful should embrace a roster that has shown the ability to overcome them.
As their traditional world blows up around them, the Hoyas and the remaining Big East schools now must weigh where to head in the brave new truly football-focused world.
There were signings and cuts, trades and draft picks, but a choice to pass showed a change from the philosophy of the past
Facing Kansas in Maui, single road date against Syracuse, hosting defending national champion Syracuse among the highlights.
The Hoyas left the court in the fourth quarter after a fracas broke out with chairs and bottles thrown.
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