Daily Roundup: Sept. 21

Here’s a roundup of the latest sports news: In a letter for The Players’ Tribune, former Terp Vernon Davis expressed the pride he has for the 2018 football team for the way in which the players have responded to the death of their former teammate, Jordan McNair. USA Today columnist Christine Brennan blasted the World Anti-Doping Agency’s decision to allow Russia back into the good graces of the Olympic movement without s

Daily Roundup: Sept. 19

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news: Michael Jordan spoke to The Associated Press about why he donated $2 million to help those affected by Hurricane Florence. Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson is taking the high road after a Texas superintendent said, “You can’t count on a black quarterback.” However, Texans coach Bill O’Brien offered a more blunt assessment, calling the comments “idiotic,” The

Daily Roundup: Sept. 19

Here’s a roundup of the latest sports news: Lee Jenkins, Sports Illustrated’s lead NBA writer for the last eight years, is leaving SI to take a position in the Los Angeles Clippers front office as the franchise’s Executive Director of Research & Identity. Will Cain is a 43-year-old Texan who has worked for right-wing luminaries at Fox News and The Blaze. On CNN, he used to debate Eliot Spitzer on policy questions. No

Daily Roundup: Sept. 18

Here’s a roundup of the latest sports news: Sports Illustrated’s Laken Litman broke down Urban Meyer’s first news conference since his suspension, saying the Ohio State head coach hasn’t learned his lesson, as he continued to place his attention on himself rather than victims of domestic violence. The Maryland football team will begin Big Ten play against Minnesota on Saturday, a day after the results of the external i

Daily Roundup: Sept. 17

Here’s a roundup of the latest sports news: The USA Today breaks down the winners and losers of NFL Week 2. Former Maryland wide receiver DJ Moore scored his first NFL touchdown on Sunday; The Diamondback recaps the play. The Washington Redskins announced attendance for their home opener on Sunday was 57,013 — the lowest for an opener in FedEx Field history, according to The Washington Post. Ohio State football coach Urban

Daily Roundup: Sept. 14

Here’s a roundup of today’s sports news: Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora called President Donald Trump’s comments about the death toll in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria “disrespectful.” Cora is from Caguas, about 20 miles south of San Juan. After the death of Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair, many local high school coaches are emphasizing heatstroke prevention, The Washington Post’s Kyle Melnic