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What You Need to Know, in Fewer Than 300 Words

In honor of this morning's morning skate trip....Chris Clark says the Caps are 100 percent better this year, Brian Pothier raves about the Caps while calling D.C. a Southern city, the Caps could be scouting someone in Phoenix, Thrashers G Kari Lehtonen might get the night off, hockey bloggers call out Tom Boswell by name, the Barenaked Ladies are coming to tonight's Caps game and PinkSeats finds video of Ovie warming up in his much-discussed crocs.

The Wiz reflect on their opening loss, while Gil beats two feuding teammates at once, Joe Girardi really doesn't want to manage here, Bog friend Brian Straus looks at one of DCU's forgotten pieces, Bruce Arena will provide televised commentary on the team that just ended his season, and NE's Joe Franchino says "this is the year" for the Revs to topple United.

Ralph Friedgen says pro prospect Jared Gaither isn't really improving, Maryland's punter almost got a shot at WR, a different Terps superstar raises her son while aiming for a national championship, JMU kids rally in front of the DOE to protest Title IX, Flip Saunders channels Al Saunders (freaky), Brandon Bowman, Mike Hall and Travis Garrison are all early picks in the D-League draft, and former Wiz Jared Jeffries, apparently now on the Wizznutzz payroll, tells of "following a hobbit in a cotton-candy field, chasing chili dogs," which is only the best quote of all time.

Plus, I guess the Redskins are still playing. (Romomania, btw, has spread to features on the kid's grandparents, and here are your Brett Favre comparisons and your Bill Parcells thoughts.)

By Dan Steinberg  |  November 3, 2006; 9:22 AM ET
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