• CIAA Update: Will the slipper fit for St. Aug’s?

    CHARLOTTE — Since its inception and especially throughout the last few seasons, the CIAA Tournament has always been notorious for catching an upset or two in the early rounds. Last year,...

  • Straight No Chaser: Snap Judgements

    DENVER — Barry Bonds . . . they’re going after him – making an example of him. Same thing goes for Vick. And the same for OJ this 3rd time around....

  • MEAC Lifts Membership Moratorium

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Commissioner Dennis Thomas has announced that the MEAC Council of Chief Executive Officers has ended the moratorium on membership expansion effective immediately. The moratorium was implemented to provide...

  • McNabb has “Big” Talk Over Benching

    PHILADELPHIA — According to ESPN’s Michael Smith, Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb and his agent Fletcher Smith did indeed have their long-awaited meeting with Eagles head coach Andy Reid and team president...

  • The Sports MCs Present: Classic Crock (Part 3)

    (Lyrics to “Idle Hands” written by the great salsero Eddie Palmieri and first performed by a Latin/Soul collective called Harlem River Drive – you can find it on Youtube) You all...

  • ’09 MEAC-SWAC Challenge Opponents Set

    FLORIDA — The fifth annual MEAC/SWAC Challenge presented by Disney, an ESPN Regional Television (ERT) owned-and-operated event, will pit MEAC defending champion South Carolina State University against 2008 SWAC title winner...

  • Henderson’s No. 24 is ready to retire

    ARIZONA — In another sign the A’s are preparing to retire Rickey Henderson’s jersey number, catcher Kurt Suzuki switched from No. 24 to No. 8 this spring. “He’s a Hall of...

  • Wednesday’s Houston Sports Notebook

    HOUSTON — A brief look at some of the most recent news and notes involving area and national sports figures. — Former Houston Comets center Michelle Snow will be headed to...

  • More than a basketball player

    IOWA CITY (BASN) — Bill Russell is the one reason that I am became a Celtic fan. In the 60’s, I lived in the Washington D.C. and rooted for the Senators...

  • Back On Track In The Ring

    NEW YORK — It appears as though two of boxing’s most popular figures have returned to their winning ways. Fresh off the first professional losses of their careers, Miguel Cotto and...

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