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What You Need to Know, in Fewer Than 300 Words

Here's the Case for Campbell, who says he's "hungry to want to play." One step at a time, I guess. The Skins admit they're completely confused, and Portis wants the game on his shoulders and refers to himself in the third person. Dan likes it. Colts new addition Booger McFarland should help a bad run defense, and Tony Dungy and Gibbs are first and second in career winning percentage among active coaches.

Braswell signing shows that G-town is "the school of choice" for local stars. Bog friend Yoni Cohen writes on the Atlantic-10's decline and predicts GW will miss the tourney. After a dislocated knee, Navy's QB still hopes to take the field again, while his team searches for a replacement. Maryland has two strong RBs and plenty of opinions about the Miami brawl. The Cardinals' MNF collapse was strangely similar to Virginia's, and Al Groh defends his son. The Hokies talk about their image problem, Beamer outlaws trash talking and taunting, Brenden Hill explains his late-game dancing and Kirk Herbstreit defends his critique.

Chicago paper says Girardi is mulling an offer to manage the Nats, and ex-Oriole Sammy Stewart gets at least six years for drug charges. Brendan Haywood and Eddie Jordan say they've mended fences, curvier sticks haven't increased NHL scoring, and NASA TV comes looking for Ovechkin. Plus, Ted Leonsis says he wants to own the Caps for a long time; perhaps til death.

DCU gets ready to play on the dreaded field turf, Bog hero Esky says he's ready to go 90 minutes and a writer says the slogan of the MLS playoffs should be "Embrace the Mediocrity." With local football teams stinky, here's a vote for Virginia's Jeff Burton, and Mike Tyson officially offers his help to Michael Steele.

By Dan Steinberg  |  October 18, 2006; 8:56 AM ET
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