The Washington Post : sports
08h00 23  octobre
The matchup of the World Series? The Rays’ wonder of a bullpen vs. the Dodgers’ patient hitters.
By Dave Sheinin
Two of the most potent forces in baseball, the Dodgers’ high-octane offense and the Rays’ rally-crushing bullpen, are clashing on a nightly basis during this World Series.
10h18 22  octobre
Dodgers have talent, tradition and a fat payroll. Rays have ... one of those and a chance.
By Thomas M. Boswell
The quirks of this strange baseball postseason have gifted the Tampa Bay Rays favorable pitching matchups that could be key to knocking off the favored Los Angeles Dodgers.
09h00 23  octobre
Sean Taylor’s little brother is now a hard-hitting, ball-hawking college safety
By Jake Russell
Gabe Taylor committed to Rice in February and his coaches are pleased with what they’ve seen in his short time with the program. The Owls open their season Saturday.
08h30 23  octobre
In Connecticut, high school football was canceled. A private league launched in its place.
By Roman Stubbs
After Connecticut high school football was postponed until the spring, parents and kids formed their own independent leagues with many of the same players and coaches from their school teams.
06h12 23  octobre
Army-Navy game will feature something it hasn’t had since World War II: Home-field advantage
By Kareem Copeland
The 2020 edition of the storied Army-Navy football rivalry has been moved from Philadelphia to Army’s Michie Stadium as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
14h00 23  octobre
Andrew Giuliani, official sports guy of the White House, sees a score in Big Ten’s return
By Kent Babb
As a golfer, Andrew Giuliani flamed out at Duke and in the pros. But as President Trump’s chief golf partner and sports czar, he has thrived.
15h40 23  octobre
Washington Football Team to allow a limited number of fans to attend Giants game
By Nicki Jhabvala and Les Carpenter
About 3,000 will permitted at the Nov. 8 game at FedEx Field.
12h51 22  octobre
Brett Favre and President Trump discuss keeping sports separate from politics
By Des Bieler
How should the leagues support and promote an anti-racism position without becoming political and alienating fans? Favre asked Trump during a town hall held at the White House.
13h21 22  octobre
Nationals get an offseason win: N.Y. appeals court upholds 100 million MASN award
By Ben Strauss
The latest decision in a years-long TV rights dispute between Nationals, Orioles is expected to be appealed.
09h20 23  octobre
Washington fines Dwayne Haskins for violating team covid-19 protocols on the road
By Nicki Jhabvala
Dwayne Haskins reportedly made a reservation for a family friend at the team’s hotel ahead of its game against the New York Giants.
10h30 23  octobre
An American in El Clásico
By Steven Goff
FC Barcelona is set to face Real Madrid in El Clásico on Saturday and for the first time since the inaugural clash at a horse track in Madrid in 1902 a U.S. national team player could take part.
14h26 22  octobre
College football is nearly all the way back, but that doesn’t mean anything’s normal
By Jerry Brewer
This Frankenstein monster of a college football season isn’t natural, but it lurches on.
08h30 22  octobre
A World Series of the weird offers a window into the fraught moment that has brought us here
By Barry Svrluga
The oddest of World Series remarkable for being contested at all during a pandemic will probably be defined by the stressful and downright weird season that preceded it.
11h31 18  octobre
Ron Rivera has a vision, and it’s bigger than one failed two-point conversion
By Sally Jenkins
Ron Rivera can take the heat for his risky decision against the Giants, even if it proved costly.
08h31 22  octobre
Baseball fans’ biggest problem with Rob Manfred? He doesn’t appear to be one of them.
By John Feinstein
The commissioner runs the sport like someone who doesn’t recognize what makes it special.
14h59 22  octobre
Pass routes are science. Running them is an art.
By Richard Johnson
Taking what’s drawn up and implementing it on the field requires an ’open’ mind.
11h37 16  octobre
Ex-Washington cheerleaders shaken by lewd videos: I don’t think they viewed us as people’
By Beth Reinhard, Liz Clarke, Alice Crites and Will Hobson
NFL team agrees to lawyers’ demand for forensic investigation into video files.
09h06 19  octobre
The World Series has framed my life. After 44 straight, I’m sitting this one out.
By Thomas M. Boswell
From Carlton Fisk to the Nats, Thomas M. Boswell covered 252 straight World Series games. Now, during a global pandemic, the streak ends.
06h30 23  octobre
Nelson Smith, who knows something about resilience, has led Navy’s turnaround
By Kareem Copeland
Five years after surviving a horrific car accident, the senior fullback has shown maturity and is playing his best football.
15h50 23  octobre
Which NFL stadiums are allowing fans to attend games?
By Matt Bonesteel
Most NFL teams started the season in empty stadiums. Here’s a rundown of where things stand now for each team.
15h21 23  octobre
Southern Miss will play football with an interim interim head coach
By Matt Bonesteel
Southern Miss’s coach resigned. His replacement tested positive for the coronavirus. Now what?
13h00 23  octobre
U.S. men’s soccer will play Wales next month, ending long coronavirus layoff
By Steven Goff
The U.S. Soccer Federation is also aiming to secure a second friendly in London for a squad expected to include top young players such as Christian Pulisic and Giovanni Reyna.
11h41 23  octobre
John Daly and Kid Rock sat next to each other at the debate and were told to wear masks
By Des Bieler
John Daly and Kid Rock, both supporters of President Trump, were reportedly asked to put on masks at Thursday’s presidential debate but, judging from a number of photos, weren’t always assiduous in keeping them pulled up.
11h02 23  octobre
Adam Gase was once called an offensive mastermind.’ Now his offense can’t score.
By Neil Greenberg
Gase’s record as an NFL head coach is now 30-40, with 31 of those 40 losses by 10 points or more, the most double-digit losses of any head coach since 2016.
10h00 23  octobre
Virginia Tech is the best rushing team in the Power Five after four games
By Gene Wang
The Hokies are second nationally and first among Power Five schools in rushing entering Saturday’s game against Wake Forest.
05h43 23  octobre
Another edition of NFC East follies gets a spectacular finish as Eagles rally past Giants
By Mark Maske
Down 21-10 in the final five minutes, Carson Wentz and the Eagles took advantage of several Giants miscues to escape with a 22-21 win on Thursday Night Football.
12h00 22  octobre
Nationals bring back utility player Josh Harrison, hitting coach Kevin Long
By Roman Stubbs
Josh Harrison returns on a one-year deal worth 1 million plus incentives. Kevin Long, whose contract the team chose not to renew earlier this month, is also back.
10h13 22  octobre
NFL moves Raiders off Sunday Night Football’ because of coronavirus issues
By Mark Maske
The Raiders-Buccaneers game now is to be played Sunday afternoon, while the Seahawks-Cardinals game moves to Sunday night.
11h02 23  octobre
Adam Gase was once called an offensive mastermind.’ Now his offense can’t score.
By Neil Greenberg
Gase’s record as an NFL head coach is now 30-40, with 31 of those 40 losses by 10 points or more, the most double-digit losses of any head coach since 2016.
11h41 23  octobre
John Daly and Kid Rock sat next to each other at the debate and were told to wear masks
By Des Bieler
John Daly and Kid Rock, both supporters of President Trump, were reportedly asked to put on masks at Thursday’s presidential debate but, judging from a number of photos, weren’t always assiduous in keeping them pulled up.
15h21 23  octobre
Southern Miss will play football with an interim interim head coach
By Matt Bonesteel
Southern Miss’s coach resigned. His replacement tested positive for the coronavirus. Now what?
10h13 22  octobre
NFL moves Raiders off Sunday Night Football’ because of coronavirus issues
By Mark Maske
The Raiders-Buccaneers game now is to be played Sunday afternoon, while the Seahawks-Cardinals game moves to Sunday night.
05h27 22  octobre
With Yannick Ngakoue trade, Ravens get exactly what they need to keep pace with Chiefs
By Adam Kilgore
The Ravens’ acquisition of Yannick Ngakuoe fills one of their few needs and gives them a player perfectly suited to help them overcome the Kansas City Chiefs.
17h05 25  février
TV and radio listings: February 25
By Scott Allen and Neil Greenberg
Your guide to the world of sports on television and radio.
16h47 21  octobre
A five-win season gets NFL coaches fired. This year, it might get one a playoff berth.
By Scott Allen
Welcome to the 2020 NFC East, potentially the worst division in NFL history.
07h02 19  octobre
Kobe Bryant’s jersey goes on display at the African American history museum
By Scott Allen
Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, who was killed in a helicopter crash in January, was a founding donor of the museum.
13h58 19  octobre
Hail or Fail: Washington played to win but made enough mistakes to lose to the Giants
By Jesse Dougherty
Turnovers and Daniel Jones’s wheels doomed Washington to a second straight 1-5 start.
09h36 20  octobre
Nationals hire Jim Hickey as pitching coach
By Scott Allen
The Nationals had an opening after not renewing Paul Menhart’s contract, and Manager Dave Martinez is acquainted with Jim Hickey.
14h28 16  octobre
Michael A. Taylor’s best moments with the Nats came in the biggest games
By Nicki Jhabvala
The outfielder, who hit four home runs in 38 postseason at-bats, opted for free agency on Thursday.
09h05 22  octobre
Ron Rivera knows his decisions look a little inconsistent,’ but he will stick with his gut
By Les Carpenter
The Washington coach was told by the legendary John Madden years ago that, when it came to tough calls, a football coach has to rely on his gut. Rivera has kept that advice close.
16h47 22  octobre
The Washington-Dallas rivalry endures, even in the strangest of years
By Nicki Jhabvala
One of the NFL’s most storied rivalries continues on during a pandemic, with a new name and as both teams seek to finish first in a terrible division.
10h43 21  octobre
Ron Rivera likes what he’s seen from Kyle Allen, but Washington’s offensive issues remain
By Samantha Pell
Kyle Allen has impressed his coaches since taking over as starting quarterback, but Washington’s issues on offense are a lot to overcome.
16h53 22  octobre
Capitals add Kevin McCarthy to the bench, keep rest of staff intact
By Samantha Pell
Kevin McCarthy, who will primarily work with Washington’s defensemen, has been a long-time assistant coach under Peter Laviolette,
13h09 21  octobre
Capitals bring back defenseman Jonas Siegenthaler on a one-year deal
By Samantha Pell
As the teams sorts out its blue line pairings, it adds another option to the mix by resigning the 23-year-old who played in 64 games last season.
15h21 10  octobre
Capitals add depth on defense by signing Trevor van Riemsdyk and two others
By Scott Allen
Washington also added Cameron Schilling and Paul LaDue.
06h33 09  octobre
Henrik Lundqvist joins group of legends who came to Washington in twilight of their careers
By Ava Wallace
The longtime New York Rangers goalie, who signed with the Capitals on Friday, follows in the footsteps of Michael Jordan, Bruce Smith and more.
11h30 26  septembre
In an interview with the Wizards, Georgetown’s Omer Yurtseven makes his case for the NBA
By Ava Wallace
The Turkish 7-footer has conducted 12 virtual pre-draft interviews so far, with three or four left on his schedule.
14h51 20  août
Wizards’ draft lottery number comes up at No. 9 for the second year in a row
By Ava Wallace
Everything went as expected for Washington on Thursday and that wasn’t the best news for a franchise in need of immediate help.
14h08 19  août
GM confirms Scott Brooks will return as coach as Wizards prep for the NBA draft lottery
By Ava Wallace
Brooks is entering the final year of his five-year deal with the Wizards, who have the ninth-best odds at the No. 1 pick.
10h09 17  août
Wizards part ways with four medical staffers in first offseason move
By Andy Kostka
The front-office changes represent the organization’s first substantial departures since Monumental Basketball took form in July 2019.