Dan Snyder pitched an Elon Musk tunnel to ease traffic to a Virginia stadium
Remember last year when The Commanders floated a new stadium in Prince William County along I-95?
- And lots of people pointed out traffic in the area is already a disaster?
The latest: Well, it turns out outgoing team owner Dan Snyder was privately floating a solution: A really long tunnel built by Elon Musk's Boring Company.
Flashback: When baseball was on Mayo Island
If you think the current, decadeslong fight to replace a baseball stadium has been fraught with delays and controversy, let us venture back to Richmond's original big-deal stadium, the one on Mayo Island.
- Back then, around 100 years ago, Richmond's ballpark issues were almost biblical.
Flying Squirrels threaten to leave Richmond
The Flying Squirrels say slow progress toward a new ballpark might force them to leave the city after all.
What they're saying: "Sadly, with imminent deadlines looming, we cannot be confident that the future of the Squirrels in Richmond is secure," said Squirrels president and managing partner Lou DiBella in a statement.
Meet Ryan Odom, VCU's new men's basketball coach
VCU men's basketball team has a new coach.
Driving the news: Ryan Odom was introduced to fans and players at the Siegel Center last week, replacing former coach Mike Rhoades.
VCU’s chance at making March Madness
VCU’s men’s basketball team crushed the regular season, finishing top of their conference last week
Why it matters: We may have a hometown team on the bracket when March Madness starts next week.
A VCU student's custom sneaker art is being worn by pro athletes
People have been drawing on sneakers forever, but VCU junior and student-athlete Jaden Mitchell has made a business of his art — and his custom kicks are now worn by NBA and Olympic athletes.
Why it matters: Sneaker culture is a multibillion-dollar industry, and this business and accounting double major is just getting started.
3 Virginia college basketball games we're watching
College conference hoops is finally back. To celebrate, Axios' Maxwell Millington made a shortlist of the most intriguing men's basketball games in Virginia this season.
6 places in Richmond to watch the World Cup
Attention soccer fans, the World Cup kicked off Sunday. This tournament has America all aflutter because the U.S. Men's National Team returns to the competition after failing to qualify in 2018.
Plenty of Richmond bars and breweries have you covered for the three USA matches, which start today.
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