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Posted at 09:29 AM ET, 11/28/2006

What You Need to Know, in Fewer Than 300 Words

Because you're apparently incapable of reading the WashTimes on your own....

The Skins are finally going young, to an extent, players say "the mood has changed," Gibbs delusionally denies the existence of Anonymous Redskins Defender and predicts the Falcons will be "in a nasty frame of mind" (which wouldn't be anything new), Rick Snider compares JC to Doug Williams and Joe Theismann, the Vanderjagt-to-D.C. speculation is in full effect as kicker faxes start pouring in (faxes????), and Gregg Williams says the NFL's "not a video game," which is why he has to be the controller.

The Hoyas finally looked like an elite team against Ball State thanks to an extreme height advantage, although Ronny Thompson wants a rematch (and Mike Wise discusses the fam); D.J. Strawberry's position switch and improved team defense have the Terps cruising heading into

tonight's showdown with Illinois and its thoroughly motivated Baltimore product Chester Frazier, and Mason's Dre Smith "had a party" in a rout of Florida International. In ACC football, Virginia's AD has two days to decide whether to extend Groh's contract, Frank Beamer says he's not interested in the 'Bama job, we attempt to get a head coaching job for Bud Foster, a columnist says only Beamer and Jim Grobe fully satisfied their fans this year, Maryland gets zero all-ACC first-teamers and here's more Maryland-Navy bowl speculation, which has Terps fans sad.

Caron Butler cuts out McDonald's in favor of food whose name he knows not, Darius Songaila begins rehab, Tomo Ohka is interested in returning to the Nats, who are getting ready to sell their stadium name, the Caps' offense has completely disappeared, Semin should be back tonight, and Dave Kasper and Peter Nowak say Freddy should go to Holland.

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