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NBA scores: Wizards fall to the Hawks, 104-95

Atlanta snapped Washington's one-game winning streak on Friday night. The Wizards are now 0-2 against the Hawks this season.

Hall, Williams, Fletcher expected to play vs. BAL

Cornerback DeAngelo Hall, offensive tackle Trent Williams, and linebacker London Fletcher are all questionable for the Washington Redskins on Sunday. All three were limited in practice on Friday, but are expected to play against the Baltimore Ravens.

Wizards fall to the Knicks

The Washington Wizards continued to struggle on Friday night in a 108-87 loss to the New York Knights. Washington got its first win on Wednesday against the Portland Trail Blazers, but the loss to the Knicks knocks them down to 1-13 on the season

Louisville vs. Maryland, 2012 College Cup

The Maryland Terrapins will host the Louisville Cardinals in the quarterfinals of the 2012 College Cup on Saturday, Dec. 1.

College of Charleston to join CAA in 2013

The College of Charleston will join the Colonial Athletic Association beginning July 1, 2013, according to the CAA website. The announcement was made on Friday afternoon by CAA Commissioner Tom Yeager.

FCS Playoffs: Old Dominion hosts Coastal Carolina

The Old Dominion Monarchs will put their high-powered offense on display on Saturday against Coastal Carolina.

George Mason bests Mercer, 52-49

The George Mason Patriots advanced to the second round of the 2012 Paradise Jam Tournament with a 52-49 victory over the Mercer Bears. They will now face the winner of IUC-New Mexico on Nov. 18 at 7 p.m.

Pierre Garcon, Brandon Meriweather questionable

Anxious Redskins fans could get a bit of relief on Sunday, as Pierre Garcon and Brandon Meriweather appear ready to return.

NBA scores: Wizards drop to 0-4

The Washington Wizards lost their fourth consecutive game, falling to the Milwaukee Bucks, 101-91. The Wizards started the game on a 12-0 run, but the early lead quickly evaporated.

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Maryland fights hard, but falls, 72-69 to Kentucky

Maryland rallied from a 15-point deficit to take a second-half lead, but they couldn't hold off the defending national champions.