With his Canon 60D in hand, Darrell Wallace Jr. is a fixture at the track, eagerly snapping photos with an insider's view of auto racing. His Instagram account is littered with day-in-the-life snapshots of cars and crews, all carrying the tag, "My crazy life captured in pictures."
Suppose the Mayans were right. Suppose we do interrupt this program Friday to bring you the End of the World. A grim thought, I know. But then, so is the idea of another "rebuilding" season for the Wizards.
It's hard to not find someone who has some advice for the new franchise QB in D.C.
Grambling State University football coach Doug Williams sued the school Friday claiming the school reneged on contract promises and now is trying to pressure him to sign a reduced deal on a "take it or leave it" basis.
The chair never stood a chance. "You see, it's like this," Marty Schottenheimer said as he sprang to his feet in his office and grabbed the unsuspecting furniture. "If you turn this way, you lose leverage and this defensive lineman's got the advantage. But if you take a step back you see? Now you've got position."
Joe Gibbs' stomach was rumbling when he emerged from the Washington Redskins coaches' meeting Saturday night, Oct. 3, 1987. He was, by his own admission, "kind of snarly anyway" because it was the night before a game against the division rival St. Louis Cardinals. On that occasion, however, Gibbs was even more anxious than usual.
You know what the Redskins need most right now, more than a quarterback or a nose tackle or an owner with a clue? They need to get lucky.
Former Washington Redskins star quarterback Doug Williams is returning to Grambling State to coach the football team for a second time, the university confirmed late Monday.
Pharmaceutical companies no longer court doctors with tickets to sporting events and lavish trips, but one of the nation's largest drug manufacturers deployed a squad of sports figures to get physicians to play ball.