Penn State enjoying sights – The CollegianHarangody provides challenge – The CollegianLions looking to make Garden magic – CDTDAVID JONES – ND basketball in comfort zone – Patriot-NewsNotre Dame (21-14) vs. Penn State (25-11) – CDTAfter a long and hopefully helpful rest, the Nittany Lions are back on the hardwood tonight at New York’s Madison [...]
Archive for March, 2009
Redskins Announce ‘09 Preseason Opponents – Redskins.comThe Redskins go to Baltimore on Aug. 13 and then host the Steelers between August 20-24, a matchup that we attended in 2004, followed by the Patriots on August 28 and a trip to Jacksonville on Sept. 3 or 4.
I wonder if I’ll be at another Redskins vs. [...]
Nats’ long, strange trip – The Wash. TimesNow this is a tough way to start a season:
With Opening Day so tantalizingly close, the Nationals must first complete their toughest stretch of the exhibition season. From the time they departed for Jupiter, Fla., on Sunday morning through their season opener against the Florida Marlins on Monday, [...]
On March 29, 1984, Robert Irsay moved the Colts out of Baltimore under the cover of darkness to Indianapolis, an unworthy destination. In observance of the anniversary, the Sun has a number of articles in Baltimore Colts section that basically say “let’s get over it already.” Yes, there is a bit of irony in those [...]
Joe Paterno’s Spring Press Conference – Intercollegiate Athletics
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Rizzo Brings ‘More Professional’ Approach to Nats – The PostMike Rizzo is a lucky man right now — he is widely praised for basic, common sense professionalism.
For one month now, Rizzo has served as acting general manager, replacing Bowden, who resigned on March 1. Separated from Bowden’s flamboyant personality, the Nationals now operate with less [...]
Yuengling poised to become largest American-owned brewer – Patriot-NewsWhen Dick Yuengling bought the Yuengling Brewery from his father, it was a small, dying business. He revitalized it and now only Boston Beer Co. (Samuel Adams) is a larger American-owned brewer. Previously owned American breweries, Miller and Busch, have since been purchased by foreign conglomerates.
I do [...]
It is hard to believe that a year ago tonight, Ryan Zimmerman hit a walf-off home run to start the 2008 season and inagurate Nationals Park.
Ryan Zimmerman is Mr. Walkoff
Opening Night thoughts
Opening Night photos
For a couple of days, everything seemed to have come together for the Nats.
That proved to be the highlight [...]
Martis, Zimmermann Make Nats’ Rotation – The PostJordan Zimmermann has made the Nationals rotation in the fifth spot, meaning he will start the season in AAA Syracuse and come up to the big club a few weeks into the season, delaying his free agency, but starting his arbitration clock. That could cost the team [...]
Stephen Strasburg Is Ready To Bring It – Sports IllustratedMost of you have probably read the profile of Stephen Strasburg already, but in case you have not here it is.
Strasburg, a San Diego State pitcher, is the consensus #1 amateur draft pick right now, a pick held by the Washington Nationals. He throws 100+ [...]