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By Danielle Newman
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, February 7, 2005; Page D02

MONDAY

PACERS AT WIZARDS

Okay, Wizards fans, remember: Be nice to the Pacers. Move slowly away from the beer cups, and no one will get hurt. [Comcast SportsNet, 7]

_____ Monday Morning_____
 Chuck Bednarik
A look back at the weekend and a look ahead at the coming week's action with a fresh new edge.

Norman Chad's Couch Slouch
Starting Lineup
The Chat: Oakland emcee Tion "Bukue One" Torrence
7 Days
The Review: Electronic Arts' NFL Street 2.

_____ The Quote _____
"I can't wait until the Super Bowl is over. I hope the 1960 team remains the last one to win. I hope it stays that way."

-- Former center/linebacker Chuck Bednarik, who played for the Eagles from 1949 to 1962 and is either refreshingly candid or deeply bitter.

_____ The Monday Morning Poll _____
Two weeks ago, the Maryland men's basketball team swept Duke and Georgia Tech. Last week, they got swept by Clemson and Miami. What's next? You tell us. With home games against Virginia Tech tomorrow and Duke on Saturday, how will the Terps fare?
They'll sweep.
They'll get swept.
They'll beat Duke, lose to Tech.
They'll beat Tech, lose to Duke.
They'll have at least one snow postponement.

  View results

TUESDAY

VIRGINIA TECH AT MARYLAND

Attempting to break their own NCAA record for inconsistency, the Terrapins attempt to win and lose the same game. Meantime, Hokies fans brave the cold of Byrd Stadium before the realization sets in: This is a basketball game. [Comcast SportsNet, 9]

WEDNESDAY

NORTH CAROLINA AT DUKE

If No. 25 Georgia Tech was enough to make Duke Coach Mike Krzyzewski feel faint, keep the smelling salts handy when No. 2 North Carolina visits Cameron. Wouldn't you like to know whom Gary Williams roots for in this one? [ESPN, 9]

SATURDAY

GEORGE WASHINGTON VS. RICHMOND

Beating Temple was easy; the Colonials have lost six of their past eight meetings against the Spiders. [ESPN, 2]

SUNDAY

BASEBALL'S CAPITAL RETURN

Gear up for Nationals spring training by reliving the events that led Major League Baseball to relocate the Montreal Expos to Washington last fall. The Linda Cropp "Up Close and Personal" segment alone will be worth it. [Comcast SportsNet, 8:30]


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