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Inner city high schools prepare for football competition

They are often referred to as inner city schools. Some attach the label of “At Risk” schools. And then there are those who just can’t resist putting Miami before the name ...

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Marcus Paschal holds Third annual Football Camp

Paschal took his talents to Largo High where he was an outstanding football player. He also earned a football scholarship to the University of Iowa, where he graduated, majoring in Health and Sports Studies and with a minor in African American Studies ...

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Venus Williams to partner with new charter school

charter public school, has teamed with Ahrens Construction Company (builder) and VStarr Interiors Designs (Design Team) owned by tennis star, Venus Williams, as the development team for the school. ...

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Jeff Mack finishes second at Masters Track Event

Jeff Mack traveled to Eugene Oregon to compete in the 200 meters of a Masters Track event. Most people are not aware that Mack still competes in meets that feature runners over 40 years of age ...

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Florida A&M University announces halftime performance lineup for first home football game

first home game of Florida A&M University’s (FAMU) 2012 football season will include an enhanced experience with a special halftime performance by recording artist, FUTURE ...

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No alcohol, drugs in Seau’s system

The full autopsy results were released by the San Diego County medical examiner's office in a 16-page report for the former NFL linebacker who was found by his girlfriend with a single gunshot wound to his chest. Seau did have Zolpidem, often found in the sleeping aid Ambien, and traces of the anti-inflammatory drug naproxen in his system when he died that were ''consistent with therapeutic use,'' wrote Dep ...

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Black women make a huge mark on the Olympics

But if this has been the Olympics for women, Black women have been driving the bus and dominating, much more so than the guys. ...

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Inner city high schools prepare for football competition

The 2011 high school football season provided some intense athletic competition amid a show of high caliber talent. ...

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South Florida 2013 top prospects

South Florida 2013 top prospects ...

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Sanctions against Penn State makes way for new winningest coach

The NCAA’s sanctions against Penn State’s football program in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal now makes Grambling State University’s Eddie Robinson the winningest coach in Division I college football. ...

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