The current occupant of the White House is a basketball guy. Other recent Leaders of the Free World have been partial to golf, jogging and brush clearing. Not Richard Nixon. Nixon loved football — any kind of football.
The mission of the D.C. Children & Youth Investment Trust Corp., the nonprofit group at the center of former D.C. Council member Harry Thomas' theft scandal, is to expand and improve services for local children, especially when they are out of school.
Has it really been 20 years since the Washington Redskins last played in the Super Bowl (and won, if memory serves)? Seems like 120. Seems like they must have worn leather helmets and operated out of the single wing, maybe even traveled to the game in Pullman cars. Are you sure Chip Lohmiller didn't dropkick?
For the first time in MLS history, the Los Angeles Galaxy this season will not visit RFK Stadium to take on D.C. United.
The thought of doing something daring crossed Air Force coach Troy Calhoun's mind earlier in the game, but he decided to squirrel it away for the right time.
Back before he decided to concentrate on football, Tim Jefferson had another love: basketball.
Chances are, just about everyone watching Wednesday's Military Bowl will have their eyes on Toledo wide receiver Eric Page. That includes the players on the field with him, too.
Much has changed for boxing since Riddick Bowe successfully defended his WBA heavyweight title against Jesse Ferguson at RFK Stadium in 1993, the last time HBO televised a card in the District.
Air Force and Toledo will meet in the Dec. 28 Military Bowl at RFK Stadium, the bowl announced Sunday.