RICHMOND, Va. (AP) Kendall Anthony scored 24 points and Richmond withstood a late Wofford rally for a 64-58 nonconference victory Tuesday night.
The Spiders (4-1) led by just 26-24 at halftime, but opened the second half on a 10-0 run. Wofford (1-4) slowly chipped away at Richmond's lead, finally cutting it to two points when Karl Cochran hit a 3-pointer to draw the Terriers within 60-58 with 12 seconds left. But no closer.
Anthony got help from teammates Derrick Williams and Darien Brothers. Williams posted a double-double, scoring 10 points and pulling down 11 rebounds.
Cochran led Wofford in scoring with 17 points, including four treys on nine attempts from beyond the arc. Spencer Collins chipped in 13 points for the Terriers and Lee Skinner finished with 10 points and six rebounds.
Richmond had a decisive edge at the foul line, hitting 22 of 28 while Wofford was 10 for 16.
Even during this relatively quiet period of the NFL calendar, there's still plenty of controversy around the league.
Take Jacksonville for example, where Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey has been firing back at executive vice president Tom Coughlin for saying he wants every player to attend the team's voluntary offseason workouts. Ramsey, as you may have already guessed, has elected to skip these workouts.
Seeing an opportunity, new Redskins safety Landon Collins invited Ramsey to Washington via Twitter, going into full Suge Knight "Come to Death Row" mode to make his pitch.
Ramsey seemed quite amused by the prospect, but also didn't seem totally opposed to the idea of teaming up with Collins in D.C.
While it's unlikely Washington trades for Ramsey, nothing's stopping you from firing up the NFL Roster Builder and putting the two-time Pro Bowler in burgundy and gold, Redskins fans!
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It's been a long time in the making, but a local Washington fan finally put the finishing touches on his Capitals-themed tattoo sleeve on Thursday.
Maryland-based fan Leah Carey posted a picture of her father's tattooed arm on Twitter, showing off the finished product.
John Carlson is credited with the final assist, as his signature was the last thing Carey's father needed to complete the tattoo collection. He finally got the signaure when Carlson took the time to autograph his arm after a recent practice. Carey then got it tattooed the following day.
In addition to Carlson's autograph, the sleeve includes various Caps' logos over the years, including their Stanley Cup championship crest.
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