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Miami Dolphins: 5 Things We Learned From Preseason Game vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Miami Dolphins preseason game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers signifies one thing, that it's only one more week until the Dolphins regular season will kick off. On September 13th against the Washington Redskins, the Dolphins will be put to the test of the NFL regular season. Fans are excited because they understand how successful this season can become. For now though we'll still have to wait. The game ...

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Miami Dolphins: 5 Things We Learned From Preseason Game vs. Atlanta Falcons

There's never too much excitement around the Miami Dolphins. Each year fans gather in anticipation that the Dolphins can finally break through and get into the playoffs. On Saturday night when the Dolphins played against the Atlanta Falcons the stadium looked like it was near full capacity for a meaningless preseason game; that’s how you know that the Miami Dolphins have created a lot of buzz throughout the ...

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Miami Dolphins: Is This Finally The Dolphins Year?

Everyone this year can see that the Miami Dolphins have a chance to make the playoffs. Even the Harvard University gave their opinion. Not too long ago the Dolphins were picked by Harvard to play in the Super Bowl. You probably read the headline of the story and thought the same thought that I had in my mind when I read it, “Super Bowl? The Dolphins need to make the playoffs first.” That thought is true. Ye ...

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In My Opinion: Was Cris Carter’s Comments Wrong?

The NFL Rookie Symposium is a time for NFL rookies to come in and listen to veterans about what to expect from the league. The veterans tell rookies what to expect on the field, how to handle the abundance of money they’re going to have, and how to avoid getting in trouble. Last year at the 2014 NFL Rookie Symposium, Cris Carter said some very eye-opening words about what NFL rookies should expect when it c ...

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2015 HBCU FOOTBALL CLASSIC GAMES

Football season is right around the corner. September kicks off the 2015 HBCU classics football schedule, with four match-ups being played on Labor Day weekend. These games include the MEAC/SWAC Challenge in Orlando, FL where Arkansas-Pine Bluff University will take on South Carolina State University. Orlando is also the destination for the Tom Joyner Family Reunion, which will be going on at the same time. ...

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High School Football: 5 Teams to Watch For In Broward County

The Miami Dolphins held their high school football media days at Nova Southeastern University and there was much excitement in the air. The athletes were delighted and thrilled inside of Nova because the attention, and because media days signaled that the new high school football season is almost underway. At media days, we found out that they’re a lot of interesting storylines to keep an eye out for.  Toda ...

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High School Football: 5 Teams to Watch In Miami-Dade County

The Miami Dolphins held their high school football media days at Nova Southeastern University and there was much excitement in the air. The athletes were delighted and thrilled inside of Nova because the attention, and because media days signaled that the new high school football season is almost underway. At media days, we found out that they’re a lot of interesting storylines to keep an eye out for.  Toda ...

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Is LeBron James, the Next Great African-American Leader?

“If you don’t stand for something, then you’ll fall for anything.” I remember growing up and sitting in my room, watching sports, having my father barge in the door, and begin to tell me those words. He would go on for minutes about how there was so much injustice in the country and how African-American civilians were treated much negatively than other races. He would frequently teach me about African-Ameri ...

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Roy Jones Jr., Another Punch Closer to History

Picture growing up and watching one of your idols on television over and over again. Picture working hard and training religiously to become just like, or even better, than your favorite idol. Picture yourself eventually becoming the best at your craft and staying atop of the food chain for nearly two decades. After you accomplished all of your goals, what would continue to motivate you to continue to achie ...

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Black Woman Climbs Flagpole, Snatches Confederate Flag Down From South Carolina Statehouse

They say if you want something done, get a (black) woman to do it. Just after dawn this morning, activist and North Carolina educator Bree Newsome climbed a 30-foot flag pole and snatched the Confederate flag down from the South Carolina Statehouse grounds. As officers repeatedly asked, “Ma’am, please come down off the pole,” Newsome quoted scripture on her descent, including verses from Psalms: “The Lord i ...

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