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Nationals are waiting to see if city approves plan for welcoming back fans
The Nationals have submitted a proposal that is similar to what other teams have had approved by local or state officials.
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A shoulder injury can’t stop Darryl Morsell, the heart of the Maryland basketball team
“Darryl is and has always been the heart of our team,” said junior guard Eric Ayala.
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‘Rolling the inning,’ explained: MLB teams taking advantage of new spring training rule
At the start of spring training this year, innings can end after a pitcher has thrown 20 pitches but before he's recorded three outs.
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Creighton coach apologizes for ‘plantation’ comments that left assistant coach ‘deeply hurt’
"I realize the pain that my words have caused," said Bluejays Coach Greg McDermott, while the university described his choice of language in postgame remarks to his players as "deplorable."
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Cancer charity founder whose son had memorable TD run at Nebraska dies of brain cancer
Andy Hoffman, whose Team Jack Foundation has raised money for pediatric brain cancer, was stricken with brain cancer himself last summer.
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Georgetown keeps its late-season surge going with a 72-66 victory over Xavier
The Hoyas have won six of nine; on senior night, Jamorko Pickett and Jahvon Blair combined for 30 points.
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How will Washington’s remade front office operate? These NFL examples offer clues.
How does a collaborative NFL front office like Washington's make decisions? Trust, humility and avoiding groupthink.
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The NBA’s Slam Dunk Contest will be low on star power but high on bounce
Previewing what to expect from All-Star Weekend's Slam Dunk Contest, which is set to feature the smallest field in the event's history.
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Freedom-South Riding notches pair of top-three finishes at VHSL Class 5 indoor track meets
The Freedom girls fell just a few points short of a state title and took third place; the boys were second but finished well behind the victor.
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Virginia Tech-Louisville game is canceled because of a coronavirus issue in the Hokies’ program
The Hokies still remain mathematically in the hunt for the No. 1 seed in the ACC tournament.
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Colgate’s top-10 NET ranking does not compute
Colgate is the No. 2 seed in the Patriot League tournament but is ranked in the top 10 of the NCAA's NET rating. How does that work?
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Photo of famed trainer atop dead horse sparks outrage, leads to ban in Britain
Three-time Grand National winner Gordon Elliott is being investigated in his native Ireland for a photo that "appalled" the British Horseracing Authority.
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Ron Rivera talks a lot about culture. No one embodied it more than Alex Smith.
Alex Smith has said his return was a problem for the team’s new coach, Ron Rivera. But in coming back from his horrific injury, all Smith did was exemplify the culture Rivera sought to create.
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Cleveland knew of Mickey Callaway complaints, report says, contradicting team president
New reporting suggested Cleveland's front office knew of complaints about pitching coach Mickey Callaway, contradicting the team president's statement that he was unaware of any allegations against Callaway before the initial report came out.
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D.C. United is close to reacquiring Argentina’s Lucas Rodríguez
The midfielder had six goals and three assists in 2019 while on loan from Estudiantes.
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Surging Capitals prepare for Bruins as Zdeno Chara returns to Boston
"It was really nice to see them after long time and be a dad for one day again," Chara said about seeing his family for the first time in nearly nine weeks.
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The Knicks are rolling and everyone is happy except their coach, who’s never happy
The Knicks are above .500 after 35 games for just the third time in the last 20 years and threatening to make the playoffs for the first time since 2013.
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Jake, OWL’s caster, player and (now) coach, on finding his future in esports
"Esports is it’s so new and young, the only thing that you can predict is that it’s going to be unpredictable."
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Virginia snaps losing skid, sends out its seniors with a win over Miami
No. 21 Cavaliers hold injury-depleted Hurricanes to 21 second-half points in 62-51 victory.
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D.C. United to acquire Venezuelan forward Jovanny Bolívar
Under-20 national team player expected to join the MLS club on a one-year loan as United adds player before training camp opens next week.
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Jodie Foster pays back Aaron Rodgers with a Golden Globes shoutout
She may not have worn a cheesehead, but the actress is an ardent Packers fan.
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Hawks fire Coach Lloyd Pierce as playoff pressure mounts
A February swoon, injury issues and persistent defensive struggles cost Lloyd Pierce his job as Atlanta Hawks coach.
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Erick Fedde used his cutter to pitch his way out of trouble. That’s progress.
In one inning of work, Erick Fedde leaned hard on his cutter once his sinker command was noticeably off.
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