Washington hit the ground running with aplomb and a victory in Arizona. Our Redskins blogger Christian Burt goes 3 and out on this satisfying opening day win vs the Cardinals
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The year may change, the coaches may change, the players may change. Yet some things stay the same, such as the Bears finding ways to lose from winning positions and making Aaron Rodgers look like Superman. Dave Usher reports on a tough opening loss for Chicago…
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By the time you read this the 2018 College Football season will have kicked off, in full disclosure it actually kicked off on August Bank Holiday weekend with some smaller D1 and D2 programs playing. Andy Turner reports…
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You may have read some of the articles posted about the Baylor University scandals which eventually cost Head Coach Art Briles his job. This off season has seen two more coaches under pressure for their jobs. Andy Turner reports…
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The Washington Redskins will go into the new season with legitimate hopes of making the play-offs. Our regular Skins writer Christian Burt goes Skin Deep once again in his preview of the Redskins chances in 2018.
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It’s a standard debate during the NFL draft time of year. Does a team take the Best Player Available (BPA) path or draft for need?
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With the Washington defence repeatedly shredded by the run in 2017, the Redskins likely had only minor hesitation in pushing the button for DT Da’Ron Payne at 13. Our Redskins writer Christian Burt goes Skin Deep on Draft Day 1
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He’s regarded as the best two way player in basketball but things have not gone according to plan for Kawhi Leonard and the San Antonio Spurs this year. Jason Harris reports on a complicated situation…
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The Patriots may have lost Super Bowl LII, but they gained a small victory when offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels decided not to take up the Colts’ offer to become their head coach and remain in Foxborough. But what could have caused such a dramatic – and possibly career-limiting – change of mind?
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What a game that was! Super Bowl LII broke all sorts of records and was a thriller from start to finish. And like in all the best tales, the underdogs won. It was an unusual game, too. Here’s our take on a great night for the NFL.
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