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Running From Race: Tiger’s Isolation on the PGA Tour


Because guilt is a mutha, Sergio Garcia shook Tiger Woods’ hand Monday at Merion in advance of the U.S. Open. It was hard to tell who most wanted the moment – and all the controversy – to end, but one would have to guess it was Wo

Five Crucial MLB Storylines To Peep Moving Forward


Almost a third of the 162-game baseball season is complete, with each team having reached the 50-game plateau.  Here’s a list of five story lines to follow as MLB teams get into full summer-time swing, contenders rise and pretenders fall

Jason Collins, Gay Athletes And Our Refusal To Accept Reality


The odds are, when news broke late Monday morning that Jason Collins announced he was gay, 98 percent of the people who heard that said, “Wait, who?”

Unless you are an NBA writer or a fan with an abnormal devotion to NBA minu

Good Morning: The NFL Released It’s Schedule


The NFL released the full schedule for the 2013 season. Chip Kelly's Eagles open

The “Jackie Robinson Day” Elephant In The Room


As African-American’s continue to disappear from MLB rosters, Jackie Robinson Day is a bittersweet moment for black baseball fans growing up in the ‘6

Can Tiger Woods Live?


Tiger Woods is popping again. He’s winning matches. Nike is back on the Jimmy. He’s escaped the

Atlanta Woman Drops Paternity Suit Against Michael Jordan


Next month in West Palm Beach, Michael Jordan will wed his longtime g

Brandon Knight May Be Hurtin’, But At Least He’s Not Patrick Ewing


In the back of his head, Brandon Knight probably thought that if he timed his jump just right, he could make a play on the ball. Unfortunately, he miscalculated. In addition to his battered pride, Brandon Knight also suffered a significant ankle

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

D’Angelo Is Really Back – I Saw It With My Own Eyes


D’Angelo made what is, quite possibly, the best album of my adult-life. When Voodoo dropped in 2000, it split my head open. Black music had a remarkable (and sinisterly slept-on) run from about 1998 through 2002. But of all those c