(John McDonnell / The Washington Post)
Matt Jones rushes for 123 yards and two touchdowns and Alfred Morris adds 59 yards as Washington evens its record at 1-1.
COLUMN There were a lot of jokes about the Redskins’ line during the preseason. Those appear to have been, well, stupid.
COLUMN | The emerging Matt Jones, the stalwart Alfred Morris and the five guys up front have the makings of a winner.
Seven-run sixth inning supports Stephen Strasburg in lopsided win. Then there was some scoreboard-watching in New York.
COLUMN | A punishing run game, two waves of defensive linemen and rare sights — a joyful locker room, cheers at FedEx.
Maryland could take a half-game lead in the Big Ten standing with a win over the red-hot Badgers on Saturday.
“I’m always going to be a part of that community no matter what.“
TV and radio listings: February 13
The comedian showed that he’s got game during All-Star Weekend.
Woodson is venturing into the world of television following an 18-year NFL career.
One lucky fan could get a chance to win big money just by knocking out a former middleweight, super middleweight, light heavyweight and heavyweight champ.
Maryland’s Under Armour basketballs come under attack again, in which Turgeon responds: ‘You’re not going to hear any excuses from me about balls.’
No. 2 Maryland has climbed into tie for the Big Ten lead, while Wisconsin is on a six-game winning streak.
Other theme games for 2016 include Rat Pack Night and Oktoberfest.
The Blue Devils are on a three-game win streak since falling out of the AP rankings for the first time since 2007.
Mejia can apply for reinstatement in 2017.
LeBron to the Spurs? Impossible now, but fun to imagine.
This would have been a nice return to Toronto for the former Raptor. Instead, NBA fans will see Horford, who is reportedly on the trading block.
The upcoming international signing period may be the best time to spend over the bonus pool limits.
Terrance Knighton has jokes.
Messi’s new whip may not be a Ferrari, but it does talk.
The Wizards guard bruised his right knee in Thursday’s loss to the Milwaukee Bucks.
They still have to clear one more committee vote to get in.
Denis Pitner of Croatia was able to pick up his U.S. Open credential despite the ban.
Ovechkin and the rapper go way back -- to 2011.
With prodding from Coach Barry Trotz, the Capitals’ pass-happy center is producing more goals.
Kuznetsov got hurt on a faceoff in the third period against the Minnesota Wild.
You’ve never seen Kobe quite like this.
The Hoyas have a big opportunity vs. No. 20 Providence, but must snap a three-game road losing streak.
Sharon Robinson returned to Washington this week bringing her own message of overcoming obstacles.
Badgers forward Nigel Hayes doesn’t like the UA ball ‘whatsoever.’
He apparently wasn’t going very fast when he flipped over a sand dune.
Charles Barkley thinks Curry is “just a great shooter” and not much else.
A look at Georgetown, Maryland, Navy and Virginia entering the season, which begins for most teams on Saturday.
Terps must replace half their starters, but are ranked No.1 as they open quest for third straight national title.
Commissioner John Swofford says next month’s tournament in D.C. remains a ‘very logical geographic fit.’
Capitals fans showed Ovechkin some love on the road in Minnesota.
Harper says he’s put last year’s dugout incident behind him.
A clause promising that will be written into their endorsement contracts.
Harper will make $5 million in 2016, is eligible for arbitration beginning in 2017 and doesn’t become a free agent until 2019.
The country boasts an influx of young talent and a streaking NBA franchise with a newly national reach.
“If the legislature fails to act and we are forced to proceed with these cuts ... that means you can say farewell to college football next fall.“
The winner becomes title favorites.
He’s been one of the more durable, versatile running backs in the league, but he also just turned 30.
Washington’s already-slim playoff hopes take a sharp decline if Wall’s knee injury proves to be trouble.
A rich life in and out of baseball has led the Nationals’ new manager home.
Maryland sold out of season tickets for the first time in a decade. A handful of fans, though, sneak in the building with the best deal going.
League owners will talk about the subject at All-Star Weekend, with the hope that a vote is taken in April.
Harper also weighs in on Ian Desmond’s free agent status.
Who is on the move before the Feb. 18 NBA trade deadline? We’ve got the latest.
Coolidge senior Jamar Bolden earns a late scholarship offer from Marshall after National Signing Day to become one of the Washington area’s more unlikely Division-I football recruits this year.
Arsenal to America for MLS All-Star Game. CONCACAF Olympic women’s qualifying. Odd penalty kick video. D.C. United talks, trialist and friendly vs. Freddy Adu.
Schedules, scores and team pages