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Good Morning: Jameis Winston Was Near-Perfect In His FSU Debut


Jameis Winston was just the third freshman to ever start a game for Florida State, making an incredible debut with more touchdowns than incompletions. He went 25/27 for 356 yards and four scores as the Seminoles spanked the PItt Panthers

While You Were Working: The NFL Gave Former Players Pocket Change For Head Injuries


The NFL agreed to a settlement with former NFL players to cover medical expenses related to head injuries, totaling

TSL Top 10: Alabama Is Collecting National Titles Like They’re Johnny Manziel Autographs


Nobody can ever be sure why being ranked in the top 10 or even the top 25 alters the expectations of a football program’s fan base, but there is a certain placebo effect at work. It’s completely subjective, but it’s also an infusi

Twitter Asks ‘What Would Paula Deen Watch?’


Up untilo recently, American foodies entrusted Paula Deen’s tongue to give them savory recipes. However, Deen’s admission to nonchalantly rolling the N-word off her tongue like it was melted butter and blatantly displaying racially inse

Bulls/Nets Game 2 Player Of The Game: Kirk Hinrich Was On Deron Williams Rottweiler...


In helping the Bulls win 90-82, guard Kirk Hinrich threw up 13, 5, 3, and 2 in 35 minutes of Game Two action. To which anyone reading this can respond, “yeah so what,”

NY Senator And Several Others Arrested In Bribery Plot For NYC Mayoral Seat


Malcolm Smith is a Democratic who really wants to assume Mayor Bloomberg's post in the Mayor's office. However, instead of winning through campaigning, votes and political scheming, Smith is trying to snatch it illegally.

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HBCUs Are Davids In A Goliath World


Though they have just one NCAA Tournament win between them, North Carolina A&T and Southern are two of the more successful programs in Division I HBCU basketball. NC A&T will be making its 10th NCAA Tournament appearance, the first since

SWAC Tournament Preview


In recent years, the SWAC has been the joke of Division I college basketball, but the current state of the conference is no laughing matter. APR (Academic Progress Rate) problems eliminated three of the conference’s ten 10 teams from partic

MEAC Tournament Preview


By Steven J. Gaither

Much like the other conference made up entirely of HBCUs, the SWAC, the MEAC is generally viewed as one of the weaker conferences in Division I. As such, the winner of its conference tournament is usually rewarded wi