Porfirio Barrera tells a tale of triumph on the field and torment off it while chronicling the 1991 George Washington football season in his debut book When Winning Hurts.
NEW YORK — It’s just past 4 p.m. on the first day of the NFL Draft, and inside Room 410 of Midtown Manhattan’s InterContinental Barclay Hotel, Sharrif Floyd is receiving the royal treatment.
— The George Washington Eagles vs. the Frankford Pioneers: A gridiron contest that withstands the test of time.
“There's always butterflies. It's an exciting time. I guess the day you don't get excited, it's telling you something.” — Washington head coach Ron Cohen on his nerves before season-opening games.
— After too long of a layoff, one of the best times of the year in the Northeast is upon us — football season.
— Irv Sigler, a former Washington football star, has overcome adversity to earn an induction into the Bloomsburg Football Hall of Fame.
— The Wright Family has had quite an impact on George Washington High School's athletics. Brothers Jon and Zach played baseball and lacrosse; now, they support the younger Jake and Luke in their baseball endeavors.
— Doubters said Aaron Wilmer could no longer play quarterback after a storied career at George Washington. They were wrong.
After winning just three football games over the past three seasons, Archbishop Ryan dominated Public League champs George Washington on Thanksgiving Day.