Word on the Street: Alzner's fave stat is clearly BS

Word on the Street: Alzner's fave stat is clearly BS
April 26, 2011, 1:14 pm
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Tuesday, April 26, 2011 8:45 a.m.UPDATED 1:55 p.m.By Benjamin Standig
CSNwashington.comRedskinsNFL DraftThis potpourri of draft notes has one scout saying pass rusher Robert Quinn, often mocked to the Redskins,is a "fraud." (Washington Examiner)District native and former North Carolina star Marvin Austin is convinced he is the best defensive lineman in this year's draft. At least soon he'll be able to get on the field to prove it. (Washington Post)This article from over the weekend says the two Tar Heels are far from a lost cause. (Yahoo)In case you didn't believe me about the Quinn-to-Redskins vibe in mock draft land, I've got proof. (Sporting News)In case you are Ponder-ing which quarterback will turn out to be the best of the best coming out of the 2011 draft, this guy has your answer. (CBSSports.com)We looked at Jake Locker yesterday, but we found some good leftovers on the subject. (Washington Post)And why at least this one know-it-all is fearful that Locker's resume is a touch to similar to one Kyle Boller. Scary stuff indeed.(FFToolbox.com)Two top defensive lineman prospects failed drug test. (Fox Sports.com)Capitals CornerYouthful defenseman Karl Alzner and John Carlson are barely old enough to grow playoff beards, but the pair of blue-liners are often out on the ice in the biggest moments. (Washington Times)Speaking of Alzner,his favoritestat is absolutely "BS." (Washington Post)College CornerGeorge Mason made the proper money call. (Washington Times)Terrapins football loses senior starter. (Washington Post)Meanwhile don 't Judge the basketball side as the Terrapins reportedly will get a weekend visit froma Kansas State transfer and District native. Breakfast BuffetGilbert Arenas and ex-wife getting sued ... by their movers? (Washington Post)Clinton's own Ty Lawson kept the Denver Nuggets alive in the NBA playoffs. (NBA.com)When they need a hit, the Nationals turn to Laynce Nix in a pinch. (Washington Times)And the most valuable pitcher in baseball is...(Washington Post)NASCAR comes to Richmond this weekend for the first of two visits this year. Considering second races have been scaled back at other tracks, could one of Richmond's be on its final lap?(WTVR.com)