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The Busiest Weekend in D.C. Sports History

So I decided to take one measly three-day weekend in honor of my daughter's second birthday. Luckily, nothing much happened. Besides major earth-shakingly breaking news involving the Redskins, Wizards, Caps, Nats, Hoyas and Terps. Aside from that, it was a really quiet three days.

Sigh. At least the cupcakes were great.

Anyhow, I don't deserve to comment on any of the goings-on, so I contracted out to get some brief summaries. Celebrity commentators were granted just five words each. I'll do better next weekend.

CerratoSnyder: Maybe it'll work this time!

Albert Haynesworth: Eight million per cleat mark.

DeAngelo Hall: Big contracts make me sleepy.

Barack Obama: Bulls roll over like GOP.

Ed Tapscott: Imagine if Biden came, too.

Hoyas: Wait, are we still alive?

Tim Thomas: Upsets are a long shot.

Don Cherry: Being old makes me grumpy.

Seth Greenberg: Any credit for close losses?

Jeff Jones: I feel like dancing alone.

Gary Williams: Another story about recruiting? Seriously?

Jim Bowden: It was the media's fault.

Adam Dunn: WBC can't be any weirder.

Caps Fans: Love our team, but 'Boooooooooo.'

Greivis Vasquez: I just took another shot.

By Dan Steinberg  |  March 2, 2009; 7:23 AM ET
Categories:  Caps , College Basketball , Nats , Redskins , Terps , Wizards  
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How about GW winning two in a row? That's surely noteworthy.

Posted by: mrstone | March 2, 2009 7:38 AM | Report abuse

Ummmm . . . #1 vs. #2 in college lacrosse? Involving a local team? And a rematch of last year's semifinal? That's not big?

Heck, it was even in your old neighborhood Dan.

Posted by: FlyersSuck | March 2, 2009 9:54 AM | Report abuse

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