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Fire Joe Gibbs? Now what?

Actually, when I heard how James Madison had lost at William & Mary last night, I was curious what the folks at would be thinking. But the site has vanished. I guess rising to No. 5 in the Atlantic 11 will do that to the cynics. The trend has obviously crested nationally, and facts on the ground suggest the D.C. area is no different.

* has not been updated since the Sean Taylor death.

* The Fire Joe Now! blog hasn't been updated in almost a month; when last heard from, they were trying to convince Dan Snyder to hire Brian Billick.

* Remember Groh's Gotta Go? Hasn't been updated since mid-October. Although the contract clock is still ticking down.

* The Fire Gary Williams blog appears to have just one post, which now looks entirely dated.

Maybe someone should start the site "" I'd feel bad for Gary if this wasn't his fault. His teams have played maybe 7 or 8 good complete games in the last 5 years. What do they do in practice?

Now the Terps are the second-hottest team in the area. Go figure.

Oh, and about Dean Keener? Here's from the Daily Record:

[Abdulai] Jalloh drove to the paint for a floater and was fouled in the air.

Jalloh was so pumped about the play however, that he kept running under the basket, and when the ball came through, he swung his left arm at it. He appeared to be trying to catch it, but when he made contact, the ball took off and flew well off the court. Officials called a technical foul.

"I didn't see it," Keener said, then started oozing sarcasm. "I don't know. The ref called it. It must have been a good call. I mean, the refs were great tonight. So it must have been a good call."

Tell 'em, coach.

By Dan Steinberg  |  January 10, 2008; 2:15 PM ET
Categories:  College Basketball , Redskins  
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