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UAPB’s Coleman, MVSU’s Morgan named Eddie Robinson Award finalists

UAPB head coach Monte Coleman and Mississippi Valley State head coach Karl Morgan have been named finalists for the Eddie Robinson Award. ...

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Dusty Baker and the Cincinnati Reds agree on a two-year extension

That’s why it was with relative speed that the two sides agreed on to a two-year contract extension that keeps Baker in Cincinnati through the 2014 season. Terms were not revealed, but Baker said it was essentially the same deal he had before. ...

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MIAMI DOLPHINS ANNOUNCE NO FEE TICKET OFFER FOR TWO DAYS STARTING NOVEMBER 28

MIAMI, FL – The Miami Dolphins announced today that fans can purchase tickets with no service fees from 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, November 28 to 5 p.m., Friday, November 30. This special offer includes the Jacksonville Jaguars game on December 16 and Buffalo Bills game on December 23 and will eliminate the processing/convenience fees, credit card fees and standard delivery costs associated with the costs of pu ...

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Inner city football team makes history and wins it’s first ever bid to Pop Warner’s National Championship

Inner city football team makes history and wins it’s first ever bid to Pop Warner’s National Championship ...

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TACOLCY Needs A Holiday Miracle!

The Belafonte TACOLCY Center has been serving youth and families for over 47-years and now our PeeWee football team has made history and advanced to the national championships for the first time ever! Unfortunately, our budget for Sports is exhausted for the year and we literally have two days to come up with $18,000 to send them. We’ve sent sponsorship letters, e-campaigns and more but still have only rais ...

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The Fab Five reminds us of why college athletes must be paid

The Fab Five reminds us of why college athletes must be paid ...

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Wildcats survive Rattlers in Classic

The Wildcats (9-2, 7-0) finish the season unbeaten in the MEAC for the first time since 1984 and 8-0 in the conference for the first time. ...

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University of Miami self-imposes second straight bowl ban

Miami officials said recently that the university is making what it called an “unprecedented decision” to self-impose a postseason ban for the second straight year, ending any chance of the Hurricanes playing in either the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game or a bowl. ...

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Who’s the Best Team in the NBA so far?

But who’s the best team in the NBA? Is it the surprise New York Knicks, or the steady San Antonio Spurs? Maybe it’s the defending champion Miami Heat, or last year’s runner up, the Oklahoma City Thunder. ...

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