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Gibbs says changing Brunell isn't the answer. Saunders says Brunell is not overly focused on the Moss Man (who was the target of 15 out of 18 passes to WRs). Wilbon says the Skins are probably the most disappointing team in the league. Dan Daly says it might have made a difference if the two injured DT's had played hurt. WaPo wise guys and girls have five ideas for fixing things.

Troy Vincent arrives and Carlos Rogers gets screws in his thumb, while the Colts also battle injuries (Vinatieri, Stokley, Sanders) and the IndyStar predicts the Skins will pound the ball on Sunday. (Needless to say, Dolemite Jenkins wouldn't mind.)

Injured N.C. State QB is "very probable" against the Terps, whose postgame celebration last week was audible in the Virginia lockerroom. Frank Beamer dismisses William Wall for disciplinary issues, while shaky Sean Glennon will continue to start and Hokies fans ask for greater institutional control. Actually, the Commonwealth despairs over both its I-A football programs, and a minister talks to UVA players about having "strong feelings for another dude."

Joe Girardi remains the frontrunner for the Nats, who keep their pitching coach, although their first-base coach bails. GMGM denies a Russian media report that Ovie is hurt. Former Wiz Jared Jeffries will miss 6-to-8 weeks. Plus, Mike Tyson campaigns for Senate candidate Michael Steeleand says he might fight a woman.

No link, but is reporting that DeMatha junior PF Chris Braswell verbally committed to Georgetown last night.

By Dan Steinberg  |  October 17, 2006; 9:11 AM ET
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