Frankly, the lacrosse finals should be held in Baltimore every year. The city still holds the attendance record (123,225 in 2007), and it would be much easier to guarantee such crowds in the future if the NCAA stopped shuffling the event among Baltimore, Philadelphia and Foxborough, Mass. Lacrosse may be the fastest growing team sport in the country, but few places in the country are as steeped in the sport as the Baltimore area. Even at the local dry cleaners, they have to make sure the "crease" a customer is talking about is on a pair of pants. We own college lacrosse. Just ask the women in College Park or the men up at Loyola University Maryland. (Not that you don't have something to say about that, too, Johns Hopkins.) Heck, three Maryland teams are in the men's Division I top 10, and three in the top 10 for D-III.