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Insider Info on Maryland-Virginia

Virginia Insider Dave Curry was an all-American midfielder at UVa and member of the U.S. world team in 1998. He also was an assistant coach at UVa when it won the national title in 2003. He gives us a look at the Maryland-Virginia quarterfinal on Saturday in Annapolis. Since it...

By Christian Swezey | May 14, 2008; 09:37 AM ET | Comments (2)

First Look at Hopkins-Navy

Today we have insights from a Navy grad and a Hopkins grad on the Hopkins-Navy game Saturday. Oh, these guys also are a pair of Hall of Famers: former Navy midfielder Dick Long and former Hopkins goalie Larry Quinn. We are whimperingly grateful for their contributions and very much hope...

By Christian Swezey | April 17, 2008; 12:20 PM ET | Comments (0)

Army-Navy

Thanks to everyone who made the first TFBO2F chat such a success. As a thank-you, here is US Lacrosse Potomac Chapter Hall of Famer Dick Long's take on Army-Navy. Long played for Navy in the 1960s and he did some CSI:-like sleuthing to get the "gouge" on Army. Navy at...

By Christian Swezey | April 11, 2008; 02:18 PM ET | Comments (0)

Virginia-Duke

Nearly 4,000 tickets have been pre-sold to the Duke at Virginia game on Saturday at 6 p.m. at Klockner Stadium. Dave Curry, our Virginia Insider, has accounted for at least one of them. TFBO2F is still holding out for a freebie. Is Duke on the same level as untouchable teams...

By Christian Swezey | April 11, 2008; 09:21 AM ET | Comments (4)

TFBO2F's Scouting Report: Navy at Maryland

Navy Insider Dick Long is on vacation. But he filed a scouting report for the game tonight and is offering to file a post-game report, too. That's dedication. On Maryland Fear the Turtle? Absolutely. Maryland has a very balanced and dangerous team. Their freshmen attackmen should be hesitant and naive....

By Christian Swezey | April 4, 2008; 10:51 AM ET | Comments (4)

Virginia Insider

Dave Curry, our Virginia Insider, spent the weekend convinced that Javier Bardem's ruthless character in "No Country for Old Men" must've played defense for Maryland. Curry was an assistant coach at Virginia when it won the national title in 2003; he also was an all-American midfielder there and played on...

By Christian Swezey | April 3, 2008; 10:34 AM ET | Comments (1)

 
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