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  • Mostly quiet in Murfreesboro

    by Patrick StevensPublished September 1, 2008

    An update from the Sun Belt teleconference

  • 30 Teams in 3(2) Days -- New Jersey

    by Corey MasisakPublished September 1, 2008

    Day No. 18 in our countdown to training camp

  • D1Scourse Challenge update

    by Patrick StevensPublished September 1, 2008

    Week 1 is in the books.

  • Just for kicks

    by Patrick StevensPublished September 1, 2008

    Ralph Friedgen doesn't seem too concerned with Obi Egekeze's three missed field goals on Saturday

  • McDonnell's future set with veepstakes over

    by Gary EmerlingPublished September 1, 2008

    Bob McDonnell appeared a bit relieved Sunday that the speculation surrounding Barack Obama's search for a running mate is over.

  • A 'Wii' bit of fun

    by Gary EmerlingPublished September 1, 2008

    Virginia's delegation to the Republican National Convention stayed on schedule Sunday night and managed to have a little fun, despite news that convention activities had been scaled back due to Hurricane Gustav.

  • Feeling a draft

    by David ElfinPublished September 1, 2008

    The Redskins suddenly have a fairly homegrown roster.

  • Linked in: Maryland daily briefing

    by Patrick StevensPublished September 1, 2008

    A brief look at the day's headlines

  • Change in tone

    by Jen HaberPublished September 1, 2008

    Many of the political events and fundraisers scheduled for this week have been scrapped or changed into fundraisers to benefit the Gulf Coast.

  • MoDo a sexist?

    by CARRIE SHEFFIELDPublished September 1, 2008

    New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd's piece attacking John McCain's new vice presidential pick, Gov. Sara Palin, has ruffled some feathers in the blogosphere.

  • Prospect Q&A - George Kontos, Yankees

    by Jay LeBlancPublished September 1, 2008

    George Kontos has long impressed scouts with his live arm and good stuff and shown flashes of brilliance, but command issues have prevented him from achieving consistency in his results and reaching his full potential. 2008 was an important year for Kontos - who entered the season ranked by Baseball America as the No. 17 prospect in the Yankees organization - and the 23-year-old righty has responded with an impressive campaign with the double-A Trenton Thunder. By Jay LeBlanc.

  • KILL - Prospect Q&A - George Kontos, Yankees

    by Jay LeBlancPublished August 31, 2008

    George Kontos has long impressed scouts with his live arm and good stuff and shown flashes of brilliance, but command issues have prevented him from achieving consistency in his results and reaching his full potential. 2008 was an important year for Kontos - who entered the season ranked by Baseball America as the No. 17 prospect in the Yankees organization - and the 23-year-old righty has responded with an impressive campaign with the double-A Trenton Thunder. By Jay LeBlanc.

  • Gustav doesn't dampen protest plans

    by Gary EmerlingPublished August 31, 2008

    A spokeswoman for the Coalition to March on the RNC and Stop the War said her group's efforts may in fact benefit from the convention's lighter Monday schedule.

  • Green returning soon?

    by Patrick StevensPublished August 31, 2008

    Maryland might be getting some help for its backfield in a few days.

  • The word on Steffy

    by Patrick StevensPublished August 31, 2008

    Great. Quarterback flux in College Park. Already.

  • Delegates feel for Gulf Coast

    by Jen HaberPublished August 31, 2008

    Delegates expressed sympathy for the people of the Gulf Coast, even though the deadly hurricane headed in their direction is responsible for scaling back the GOP’s quadrennial partisan bash.

  • Mason couldn't master offense

    by David ElfinPublished August 31, 2008

    Marcus Mason's not coming back.

  • Steffy getting X-rayed tomorrow

    by Patrick StevensPublished August 31, 2008

    Could be a bruise. Could be a fracture. Maryland will find out tomorrow.

  • Bush first sitting president to skip convention since LBJ

    by Jon WardPublished August 31, 2008

    LBJ didn't run for reelection.

  • Jansen reacts to demotion

    by Ryan O'HalloranPublished August 31, 2008

    Former starting right tackle Jon Jansen expresses disappointment with his demotion.

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