Who knocked down Donovan's fence? Conspiracy theories swirl...

Who knocked down Donovan's fence? Conspiracy theories swirl...
April 8, 2011, 6:49 pm
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Friday, April 8, 2011, 2:57 p.m.
Conspiracy theories abound over who was behind the knocking down of Donovan McNabbs front lawn fence.

Oakland Mills senior Greg Whittington, part of Georgetowns incoming four-player recruiting class, was named All-Met Player of the Year this week. The versatile 6-foot-9 forward could be receiving more front court help next season if the Hoyas crop of freshman becomes a quintet. Thats because highly touted swingman Otto Potter is expected to visit the Hilltop this weekend, though its not believed that the Hoyas have any available scholarships. Hmmm.

One never knows what hairstyle Wizards guard Nick Young will show up with at on game day. Uncertainty also describes the future for the Wizards leading scorer, who enters the off-season with a sore knee, not knowing if he will become a free agent and even if the league will be functioning next season.

Dont enter the Cooley Gallery expecting to see an homage to all things Burgundy and Gold or a mini-museum display about the Redskins tight end. But if you are looking to buy kiln-fired vases, bowls and mugs, created by the Chris Cooley himself, then youve come to the right place. Plus, it might be one of the few places in town where you can buy a No. 47 jersey. The man knows football, pottery and how to be an entrepreneur.

The Washington D.C. area is not the only location hoping to see Alex Ovechkin hoisting the Stanley Cup several weeks from now. The electrifying goal scorers home country of Russia is rooting for the NHL team located in the capital of the United States so their favorite son can bring the trophy overseas for a visit.

Each season in-state and ACC rivals Virginia Tech and Virginia, square off on the hardwood. Now its looking like the Hokies will be squaring with another program fom the Commonwealth as Jim Larranaga apparently be getting his George Mason squad set for a trip to Blacksburg next season.

Rob Dibble can't quite seem to stop putting his foot in his own pie hole when it comes to Stephen Strasburg. Now the former Nationals broadcaster says he was fired from that position over an email sent from Strasburg's father to the team's owner. For his part, Strasburg says no way. My dad doesn't even have the Lerners' email... Actually was a fan of Dibble believe it or not, Strasburg tweeted on Thursday.

stras37 Stephen Strasburg For those of you wondering my dad doesn't even have the Lerners' email... Actually was a fan of Dibble believe it or not

stras37 Stephen Strasburg For those of you wondering my dad doesn't even have the Lerners' email... Actually was a fan of Dibble believe it or not