WVU Basketball, WVU Football, Caps, Redskins, Nationals, and Wizards. In that order. WVU Basketball = great coach, terrible recruiting and talent WVU Football = won't have a great head coach until after next season, was hoping Bill Stewart would step down after our embarrassing loss Tuesday night, but that doesn't seem to be the case. Caps = Hit or Miss, I still think we can make a run, but I'd give it 20/80 at the moment. But, this team is still the best hope. Redskins = We're a joke. We have maybe 3 players that would start on any other team, as well as a terrible coaching staff. Nationals = They're trying to make moves, but I don't see anything happening for 5-7 years. Wizards = Jesus, don't get me started, besides Wall, there's nothing...Nothing at all. I just hope that someone out there can relate with me, maybe someone from Cleveland went to school at Michigan or something like that? With all this, I gave myself an ultimatum earlier this week, if we lost our bowl game (which WVU did), lost our first Big East basketball game, against St. Johns (which WVU did), and the Caps lose the Winter Classic (had tickets, sold them to make a BIG profit), I will not be watching sports until at least opening day for the Nationals (which I have tickets for, so that's the only bright spot), I will not be watching sports for the entire next year... I'm sorry for the rant, I just was in the middle of a conversation with a good friend I went to WVU with and grew up in D.C. with (we're both 24) and we both couldn't remember the last time any of our teams were good. For the record, my abstinence from sports may be a good thing, because I'd probably come back as an Ohio State, Alabama, The patriots, Red Sox, Boston/Heat/Lakers, Blackhawks, etc. fan and all my weekends and most weekdays will be much more happier following those teams. Not to mention, I'd save about 150 a week from going out to local bars to watch my horrible teams. I even turned down Redskins season tickets, got the letter this past week, after being on the "waiting list" for almost 10 years. So, if anyone is a fan of winning teams, what does it feel like?