DISPATCH FROM PA.

<PAXTONIA, Penna. — It looks like I found some Web time after all. In case you missed it, I also had a pretty big post yesterday afternoon, one that went live EXACTLY four weeks before kickoff of the Penn State football season. There may even be a special Sunday update tomorrow, so stay tuned.


MLB HAS BEEN AROUND LATELY

Baseball looks at N.Va. ballpark planThe Wash. Times

MLB took a look at the Loudoun bid recently. Baseball seems to be getting concerned about having the temporary home ready for next season. There is an easy to way to fix that boys. More from the Free Lance-Star (Fredericksburg): Baseball officials return.


Baseball Concentrating Attention on Northern Virginia, WashingtonAP via WJLA

This AP report also states that MLB is concentrating on D.C. or Loudoun County. However, the last paragraph mentions that Bud Selig HOPES to have the Expos moved for 2005.


LANDRY, JOHNSON, SWITZER, GIBBS?

Gibbs in Dallas? Jones CalledThe Post

That would have been incredible. D.C. would have gone absolutely insane with rage.


ZACK ATTACK?

PSU’s Mills staring hard at last chanceThe Morning Call

A good long profile on Penn State’s QB #1 Zack Mills. Once thought of as a savior, he is having to fend off PSU QB #1A, Michael Robinson. I am of the opinion that Mills offers the best chance to win, provided he is healthy and he should be the full-time quarterback this fall. We shall see.


METRO TO TYSONS

Arrival of Metro Could Transform TysonsThe Post

The good news is that preliminary engineering will soon begin on the first phase of the new line from West Falls Church to Wheile Ave. in Reston. I do not see Metro turning Tysons into a great urban area, like Arlington or Bethasda, but anything will be an improvement. An improved skyline will also come out of it. There will have to be lots of shuttle buses, but I think people will be willing to use them, rather than drive. I know I would be interested.


QUOTE OF THE DAY

Listen, when you’re 3-9, you have nothing to say. Let’s open it up to questions.

Joe Paterno

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