Our intrepid researcher finds a definitely real and not made up law barring the followers of Cincinnatus from gathering on our hallowed ground.
With David Beckham having taken his talents to
South Beach Ft. Lauderdale, our series editor consults an oracle.
Diversions & Fun
Not everything on B&RU needs to be serious. So let's kick back and have a little fun.
So D.C. United aren’t involved. We can still gamble for internet bragging rights! The greatest prize!
United is looking up at the red line, but they could climb up as far as 9th place this weekend
Last weekend went unreasonably well for the Black-and-Red
No really, we can explain!
The stats say they were the worst team in MLS history. The history books say they won a trophy.
We looked back on the schedule and guessed at what could have been for the Black-and-Red
Seriously, who’s messing with a loaded attack and the fiercest shot-stopper in the game?
The answer to losing half the season to the pandemic lies south of border
D.C. United isn’t playing FC Cincinnati or anyone else today. How do you beat the concept of nothingness?
He took a couple golfing buds/teammates to boot.
In which a newspaper that totally exists tells us of the totally not made up plot by LAFC fans to deface Buzzard Point and how they’ll certainly be stopped.
This remains a serious contest; please, no wagering.
Our picks for who United should protect from the new guys
In 1814, the invading British burned much of Washington. But in one part of the city, D.C. burned back.
The team’s last trophy may be one of the best because it shouldn’t have happened.
Another of our completely factual series of lore that surrounds — and often predates — D.C. United’s new home
New Hamid era, new Hamid number
The latest in our completely not-fabricated series of well documented historical research into D.C. United’s new home.