Hoyas Turn Up the Heat at Home

It didn't take long for the Georgetown University men's basketball team to get used to some good old fashion home cooking.

Payne, Woodson Win 2013 Turkey Bowl Championship

When H.D. Woodson High School started its season in late August, D’Andre Payne watched as a spectator. District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) officials ruled him ineligible after issues surrounding his District residency surfaced.

Turkey Bowl 2013: Woodson Topples Wilson, 25-13

H.D. Woodson defeated Wilson, 25-13, in the 44th Annual Turkey Bowl, a Thanksgiving tradition, in Southeast on Thursday, Nov. 28.

COMMENTARY: Brooklyn's in the (Dog)house

This summer, the Brooklyn Nets made splashy, pricy acquisitions that were supposed to make them immediate title contenders. So far, let's just say the early returns on those big investments have been scant.

Remembering Len Bias

Despite the passage of years, most Washington, D.C.-area sports fans will never forget Len Bias, a Landover-born and University of Maryland standout basketball star whose promising professional career never materialized because of his tragic death 27 years ago.

Should the Wizards Tank the Season?

Some suggest that losing this year wouldn't be such a bad idea.

COMMENTARY: Momentum Builds to Pay College Athletes

With only a few weeks left in the college football regular season, we stand on the verge of one of the biggest revenue generators in sports — the bowl games. Each of these games can bring millions of dollars to ...

Eagles Again Bully Spiraling Redskins, 24-16

Different quarterback, same result: Nick Foles picked up where Michael Vick left off in Week 1 as the Philadelphia Eagles dominated the Washington Redskins in a 24-16 win over their division rivals on Sunday.

DAVE OWENS: For NFL, Mental Health — Not Racism — the Elephant in the Room

There's a larger story here and it has nothing to do with the N-word.

COMMENTARY: For the Redskins, It's the Same Old Song

As we travel through life, sometimes we arrive at certain places and a familiar feeling comes over us — déjà vu, if you will. I've got a hunch that the Washington Redskins are experiencing a bit of déjà vu right ...

Jackson State Lady Tigers Fall to George Washington Colonials in 101-73 Loss

Five players scored in double figures as the George Washington women's basketball team exploded for 101 points in a 101-73 victory over Jackson State in the 2013-14 season opener on Sat., Nov. 9, at the Charles E. Smith Center in ...

Now What? Redskins Find Themselves in Familiar Hole

If the Washington Redskins' second half of the 2013 season goes anything like the second half of Thursday night's loss to the lowly Minnesota Vikings, the burgundy and gold faithful are in for a rough ending to a season that ...

Mariano Rivera, 'The Closer,' Caps Brilliant Career

Muhammad Ali enjoys a figurative copyright when it comes to the phrase "The Greatest," so it may not be appropriate to apply that moniker to another 20th century athlete. However, there isn't much back and forth when someone calls recently ...

D.C. Council Votes to Push Washington Redskins for Name Change

The D.C. Council approved a resolution Tuesday urging the Washington Redskins to change the team nickname — a oft-contentious issue that has heated up in recent months.

Redskins Survive Chargers in Overtime, 30-24

In what many considered a must-win game, the Washington Redskins defeated the San Diego Chargers, 30-24 in front of 80,115 rabid fans at FedEx Field.