Two discourses -- one brief, one not-so-brief -- on the loss that ended Washington's 2012-13 season.
Yep, Robert Griffin III seems really nervous before his first playoff game.
The Redskins announce that they have no more tickets available for Sunday's game.
The Capitals left winger puts a ring on it.
Washington D.C. gives the NBC telecast a 44.6 overnight rating and a 68 (!) share.
Well, at least one Redskins fan will honor his promises.
What a difference 841 days make.
Walt Anderson's crew makes a big boo-boo and it leads to the only Dallas score of the game so far.
This must be one of the longest pregame shows for a regular-season game in the history of the NFL.
A good year for D.C. sports is capped by some holiday cheer.
In the Washington Post, Mark Maske reveals the reasons behind Hall's ejection October 28.
The Capitals star has a way with a hockey stick, especially around produce.
The Redskins back-up quarterback no knows what his follicle future holds.
Yup, this actually happened.
The Hokies unveil their helmets for the Dec. 28 bowl game against Rutgers.
Another depressing chapter for Washington's NBA franchise.
Chris Chester, Josh LeRibeus, and others say that Jordan Black is a clean player.
Season ticket holders have until December 27 to purchase playoff tickets.
You probably have a nicer car than a 1,000-yard NFL running back.
No, we're not kidding.
The Big Ten is prepared to tell cable companies, "OK, this is a stick-up."
Bovada puts the Nationals, Dodgers, and Tigers as 17/2 favorites to win the World Series in 2013
Happy Holidays, everyone.
The latest harebrained scheme from the D.C. Council is a doozy.
The former Maryland AD cracks wise about the Terps' Big Ten decision, doesn't seem to grasp the reason behind it.
Another instant classic from one of Bethesda's finest.