John Feinstein

John Feinstein is the author of 42 books, 23 of them New York Times bestsellers. His 43rd book, "Game Changers," is due out in August.
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Maryland football has raised its floor. Can it ever raise its ceiling?

How much further can Maryland football go? The grim answer is most likely: Not that far.

December 1, 2022

Trauma has no expiration date. Canceling U-Va. games was the right call.

As Virginia's campus recovers from the shooting, playing football wouldn't have helped.

November 23, 2022

In the shadow of Coach K’s 1,202 wins, Jon Scheyer starts with one

Why was Jon Scheyer so nervous this week? He knows exactly what he's getting into.

November 8, 2022

The Yankees and Aaron Judge would be crazy to end their partnership

Aaron Judge is a classic New York Yankee, which means he isn't going anywhere, despite all the expected hype.

October 28, 2022

In yet another torturous fourth quarter, finally the Ravens come out on top

After blowing leads of 10 points or more three times in their first six games, the Ravens almost did it again against the woeful Cleveland Browns before, hanging on for dear life and a 23-20 victory.

October 23, 2022

Expansion wouldn’t kill the NCAA tournament, but it would be less fun

As money fuels expansion pushes across college sports, the NCAA tournament has grown in popularity even without dramatically growing in size.

October 16, 2022

Unhappy days are here again for D.C. pro sports

After several years of optimism, the feeling of despair has again enveloped Washington’s pro sports franchises.

October 5, 2022

Aaron Judge is chasing real history, not Barry Bonds’s phony version

When Aaron Judge hits his 62nd homer of the season, he will become baseball's single-season home run king. Period.

September 22, 2022

With Roger Federer’s retirement, tennis loses another golden star

A column on what tennis will lose without the greatness of Roger Federer.

September 15, 2022

Turnovers and transfers doom Navy, which is off to an 0-2 start

The mistake-prone Midshipmen fell, 37-13, to Memphis at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.

September 10, 2022