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What You Need to Know, in Fewer Than 200 Words, Friday Afternoon

What's that? WVU scored again? CBS SportsLine's Gregg Doyel clobbers Friedgen, EDSBS says Sam Hollenbach "appeared to be scanning the walls of a Chinese optometrist," Rick Maese looks to 2007, Mountainlair is hung over and mad at Mike Wise, and ESPN's Ivan Maisel was impressed by the 'Eers. (Read more angry comments about Mike Wise.)

Sunday's Skins game actually isn't a must-win. TO is thinking about his TD celebrations,
Yahoo!'s experts unanimously pick Dallas, it's 5-1 Cowboys at USA Today, these experts are divided against the spread, Peter King has Dallas by 17 and Chicago Sun-Times takes Dallas by three. RunningRedskins writes about the Dallas rivalry, and a Joe Gibbs developmental driver tries to learn about football.

Fox picks the Caps last in the East, here's a look at the Caps' prospects, while Kara Yario discusses Ovechkin and the captaincy. And Navy won't have to face the Stanford band.

By Dan Steinberg  |  September 15, 2006; 12:46 PM ET
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Just got back to my office from Caps training camp. What impressed me the most is Ovechkin's work rate. The guy was hustling all through the first practice session. Clearly the hardest worker and a fine example for the rest of the team. And way better than any overpriced superstar that mails it in.

The kid has the ability to lead by example. In a few years time, he'll be wearing the 'C'. Not because it was handed to him, but because he's earned it.

Posted by: Kim | September 15, 2006 1:15 PM | Report abuse


Posted by: Mag Daddy | September 15, 2006 1:25 PM | Report abuse

On a related note, IvyGate had an exclusive jailhouse interview with the Stanford Tree last week.

Posted by: DevilGrad | September 15, 2006 2:11 PM | Report abuse

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