Events for Annual AT&T Nation's Football Classic

Events for the fourth annual AT&T Nation's Football Classic begin on Thursday, Sept. 11 with the Presidential Symposium on the Howard University campus, and continue through Sunday, Sept. 14.

AT&T Nation's Football Classic Returns to D.C.

When it comes to college football, particularly in the African-American community, not many rivalries stand out like the competition between the Howard University Bison and the Morehouse College Maroon Tigers.

COMMENTARY: Make Fantasy Football Your Reality

As an NFL fan, joining a fantasy league is one of the best decisions I've made — and one you should make, too.

Redskins Edge Browns, 24-­23

The Washington Redskins overcame a host of penalties and turnovers in its second preseason contest to get past the Cleveland Browns, 24-­23, at FedEx Field on Monday night.

COMMENTARY: NBA Season Already Deserves Your Attention

For a short time, I need you to turn your attention away from Robert Griffin III, and place it squarely on LeBron James.

Donald Sterling Officially Sells Clippers to Steve Ballmer

Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has officially purchased the NBA's Los Angeles Clippers, his attorney said Monday.

COMMENTARY: Becky Hammon, NBA Both Blazing Trail for Women

Becky Hammon's hiring is major, and serves as an indicator that the NBA is turning the corner in its effort to become more inclusionary on all levels.

Peterson Stops Santana, Ponders Garcia Fight

Lamont Peterson retained his IBF junior welterweight title with a dominating 10th-round technical knockout victory over Edgar Santana.

COMMENTARY: Summer Sports a 'Bookie's Vacation' No Longer

There are more than enough quality sports to go around in the summer months, if one just keeps an open mind.

Boxers from D.C. Region Set to Take on New York

There'll be plenty of DMV flavor on fight night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Aug. 9, when D.C. natives Lamont Peterson and Anthony Peterson and Maryland's D'Mitrius Ballard appear on the card.

Color Blind: NCAA Officials Insist They Encourage Hiring Black Coaches

The hierarchy of the NCAA isn't pleased with the lack of African-American head coaches in Division I men's basketball.

Michele Roberts Elected as Head of NBA Players' Union

Noted D.C. criminal defense attorney Michele Roberts has been elected as the new executive director of the National Basketball Players Association, marking the the first time a woman will lead a major North American sports union.

Md. Teen Selected to Play with Pro Golfers on Champions Tour

The First Tee of Greater Washington, DC is sending Micaa' Thomas to compete in the 2014 Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach, an official Champions Tour event that will be held September 26-­28 and televised internationally on Golf ...

COMMENTARY: NFL Preseason Should Be Shortened

My current safety gripe with the league is the number of preseason games. Is four an appropriate amount? Should there be more? Fewer?

Wizards Sign Paul Pierce

With the balance of power suddenly shifting in the NBA’s Eastern Conference, the Washington Wizards have seized upon an opportunity to elevate the franchise’s championship hopes.