WASHINGTON — “I got a rock.” For those who watched the Charlie Brown Halloween Special as kids, there were three takeaways: annual sponsors Almond Joy and Mounds both have creamy coconut but one decidedly does not…
DESTIN, Fla. (AP) — The Southeastern Conference has adopted a rule prohibiting its schools from enrolling student-athletes with “serious misconduct” issues at previous colleges. Call it the Jonathan Taylor statue. The league defined serious misconduct…
WASHINGTON — Despite the National Semifinal game pitting Maryland against UConn being a showdown of #1 seeds, the Huskies are the overwhelming favorite. Can you blame conventional wisdom? The two-time defending National Champions have won…
WASHINGTON — Four local teams are in the NCAA Tournament. If you’re deciding whether to go see them play in person, WTOP has done a little homework that may help you decide if the experience is worth…
Last week\’s landmark decision opens the door to pay college athletes, forever altering the landscape of college sports.
The Potomac Nationals took objection to NCAA President Mark Emmert\’s recent comments about minor league sports.
The last time the University of Virginia Cavaliers danced in the Sweet Sixteen was back in 1995. So Friday night\’s game against Michigan State is big.
What a 4-year-old lacks in college basketball coaching experience,
he makes up for in cuteness.
Metrorail announced plans to extend the hours of service on Friday morning to accommodate NCAA fans coming home from the Verizon Center.
Maryland gave a sloppy performance against its Football Championship Subdivision opponent, which led most of the game before losing its opener for the 10th time in 11 years.
WTOP\’s sports reporter Rob Woodfork weighs in on
the sanctions issued against Penn State by the
NC State vs. Houston in 1983. Michael Jordan over Craig Ehlo in 1989.