WASHINGTON — What would you think if a colleague lost his job and left this note on his desk? Or if a family member failed in business or school and left these words in view?
First, congratulations to everyone who won their fantasy football game(s), especially if you picked one of these statistical leaders.
By now, most of you have completed your drafts and game one is in the books.
Imagine these scenarios:
So, there it was on the front page of Yahoo.com’s search engine for the whole world to see: Virginia quarterback Phillip Sims lying face down in the N.C. State end zone, anguished over dropping a wide open touchdown pass.
RALEIGH, N.C. — Jim Reid would sit in the film room late at night and think to himself that all his defense needed was a spark to ignite the kind of explosion that would lead to a win.
If Virginia is to avoid its first seven-game losing streak since 1981, then it’s going to have to go through one of the men responsible for changing the mentality of Wahoo football years ago: Tom O’Brien.
Heading into this week’s meeting of the FBS commissioners, I wasn’t confident that they could emerge so quickly with a good plan. Figured there were too many differing opinions that would lead to more meetings that would prolong the process of a college football four-team playoff.
For anyone who has lived in Charlottesville or attended the University of Virginia or paid attention to women’s basketball for the past 34 years, Debbie Ryan is a household name.