Virginia asserted its dominance against Virginia Tech this week, but the Hoos have an even tougher test on the horizon this weekend.
Georgetown’s promising start has taken a setback after a couple of tough losses. Can the Hoyas find a way to finish the job?
Maryland made a nice statement to start the New Year on Wednesday, but a long road through the Big Ten schedule lies ahead for the Terps.
A new year means conference play is on the horizon, and the season is beginning in earnest for our area college hoops teams.
Best-selling author John Feinstein is at it again. The Washington Post columnist who brought you “A Season on the Brink” and “A Good Walk Spoiled” has a holiday offering, and instead of attempting to turn a new phrase he keeps it simple: “Quarterback.”
New Maryland head football coach Mike Locksley is still busy with his old job with the playoff-bound Alabama Crimson Tide, but he’s a Towson graduate who has been an assistant at Maryland before. And his daughter went to high school with Jordan McNair.
Championship Weekend isn’t the only college football happening this weekend. Dave Preston offers his picks in the big games, as well as for our local teams still competing.
In this week’s College Football Corner, WTOP’s Dave Preston talks Thanksgiving’s climactic games.
Even before they were in the Big Ten, Maryland never really had a football rival. Will this weekend’s last ditch chance at bowl eligibility in Happy Valley do anything to change that?
The sometimes overlooked Colonial Athletic Association has placed six teams in the 24-school FCS Playoffs tournament: James Madison, Towson, Delaware, Maine, Elon and Stony Brook.
Maryland resides in the tough division of the Big Ten, but at the end of the day, the Terps need to beat the teams in front of them. They’ll get another shot at their first conference win over Ohio State Saturday.
In this week’s College Football Corner, WTOP’s Dave Preston discusses two Wildcats: Northwestern and Kentucky.
After a humbling week, Dave Preston is back, cautiously dipping his toe back in the water for this weekend’s college football slate.
After a “down” year that still saw them reach the second round of the NCAA Tournament, Maryland is reloaded and looking for another deep March run.
The Virginia squads all have reasons to move on from last year, though some are hoping to build off what they accomplished, while others would rather put the past away.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.