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1  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: NCAA Div II Football Rankings on: Yesterday at 09:46:01 PM
With one loss you will still be ranked in the region. You probably will still make it to the Playoffs with a waiver. All you have to do is win your remaining games. Might not make it to the SIAC Championship Game. Kentucky State holds the keys to that for now. A win against Lane and they're in.
2  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: Yogi,,,,Man I know you didn't sleep well on: October 17, 2016, 10:16:04 AM
I don't care too much for UGA play calling nor their Offensive Coordinator. Where did they get him from? shrug And, that QB might be good but as far as I can see he's been F'king up throws badly. I have seen a number of freshman Black QB's that are way better. But the press keeps hyping him up and saying he will get better. I see UGA has a number one High School SR. QB in the waiting next year( I wonder why?)
3  Discussion / General Discussion Forum / A baby-falls to his-death-stroller-plunges down elevator shaft on: October 14, 2016, 07:16:10 PM
Baby falls to death when stroller plunges in elevator shaft in Brooklyn

WABC – NY   October 14, 2016
A 21-year-old woman in Brooklyn pushed her stroller into an elevator when the doors opened, but the elevator car was not there.https://www.yahoo.com/news/baby-falls-death-stroller-plunges-163604021.html
4  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: FVSU Wildcats 2016 Season on: October 03, 2016, 12:44:10 PM
Give the man a chance. If I was you I wouldn't count this year at all. This is no year to be judging him IMHO.
5  Discussion / Sports Forum / Albany State-Charleston Southern football game rescheduled on: October 03, 2016, 12:31:40 PM
Game moved to Thursday night

CHARLESTON, S.C. — The football game between Albany State (2-3) and Charleston Southern University (3-2) has been rescheduled. The two teams were originally scheduled to play on Saturday, Oct. 8 at 11:45 a.m. at Buccaneer Field. The contest has been moved to Thursday, Oct. 6 at 7 p.m.

Fans can purchase game tickets by phone at (843) 863-7213 or at the following link:http://www.ticketreturn.com/prod2/team.asp?SponsorID=8586#.V_J8NygrLcs

6  Discussion / Sports Forum / Watch Albany State vs. Miles Live NOW on YouTube! on: October 01, 2016, 06:58:42 PM
Albany State vs. Miles Now.

7  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: TU & UNC Pembroke on: October 01, 2016, 03:40:09 PM
TD!!! TU is very good at coming back.
8  Discussion / General Discussion Forum / Re: Charlotte police release video of fatal shooting of Keith Scott on: September 26, 2016, 06:36:27 AM
Wrongfully taking someone's life has to be the most evil sinister thing you can do. Participating in it or allowing it to happen has to be just as evil and sinful. Officers of the the God Damned Law. Protect and Serve..... shrug
9  Discussion / General Discussion Forum / Re: Charlotte police release video of fatal shooting of Keith Scott on: September 26, 2016, 06:22:04 AM
When he was yelling "drop the gun" he was letting the other cops know he was going to shoot him. When he asked " go to the back and get the bag " he was asking to go get the evidence to plant. When he asked " are you on" he was asking if the other cop camera was on. The cop said " I don't know". They kept telling his wife to back up because they didn't want her to record while they plant the evidence. They didn't call the ambulance because they did not want him to live. In the other videos with no sound clearly you know why.. I'm no genius but this sounds like a set up from the very beginning. My question is how many of those cops on the scene Consider themselves good cop? Do the Cheif consider himself a good cop?  Anyone who allow this type of behavior to continually happen Can't be a good cop. How can you be a police officer and let this happen?

10  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: Stunner at Savannah State: Tigers top MEAC kingpin Bethune-Cookman 16-10 in OT on: September 25, 2016, 11:50:31 AM
Go Savannah State!!!!  clap clap :clap:This could be the start of something Great!
11  Discussion / Sports Forum / Watch Albany State vs West Georgia live now on Youtube. on: September 24, 2016, 06:17:26 PM

12  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: South Carolina state just set HBCU Football back 100 years on: September 19, 2016, 10:04:56 AM
This must be "Hate on SCSU week". Black folk sure like to Hate on Black folks. Ok, so what school is next?
13  Discussion / Sports Forum / Tour the Minnesota Vikings' new stadium on: September 18, 2016, 09:39:41 PM

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Vikings sought an innovative and unique look for their new stadium that could be instantly recognized on national television.

To receive public funding, the place needed to be covered, and a retractable roof option was passed over for a translucent cover. It’s more cost-efficient and can make the interior almost feel like the outdoors when coupled with the top-to-bottom glass front of the asymmetrical, ship-shaped building.

The see-through plastic panels that account for 60 percent of the roof, a space-age material called ethylene tetraflouroethylene or ETFE, are considered more acoustically reflective than the Teflon cover over the old Metrodome. The Vikings enjoyed a significant edge during their 32 seasons in that stadium, often thriving off the sounds of an amped-up crowd that reverberated off the ceiling.

Now, at U.S. Bank Stadium, the capacity is a bit larger at 66,000 seats. The angle of the roof could also tilt more of the noise toward the visiting team benches. The seats and suites are the closest to the action of any venue in the NFL, at 41 feet and 25 feet from the sidelines, respectively.
14  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: Fort Valley State to Play UGA in Exhibition Basketball Game on: September 07, 2016, 09:17:11 AM
I see Morehouse on that schedule also.
15  Discussion / Sports Forum / Third-quarter Mistakes sends Valdosta State past Albany State on: September 04, 2016, 12:21:20 PM
VALDOSTA — Caleb Edmonds saw his pass attempt hit the hands of a Valdosta State defensive lineman and deflect into the hands of sliding linebacker Dante Robinson.

Edmonds might have given a prized possession to have that throw back.

Robinson’s interception at the Albany State five-yard line gave the Blazers a first-and-goal where two plays later, Dallas Baldner hauled in a short touchdown pass from quarterback Roland Rivers to give Valdosta State the lead.

The Blazers never trailed again on their way to a 16-7 victory over Albany State in front of 5,401 in the season opener for both teams Saturday night at Bazemore-Hyder Stadium, continuing VSU’s dominance between the two Southwest Georgia schools. The Blazers improved to 17-1 all-time in the series.

It was a victorious coaching debut for Valdosta State coach Kerwin Bell, whose Blazers were outgained on the ground 220-67 as well as through the air (157 to 137). But four ASU interceptions led to 10 Valdosta State points, including Robinson’s pick that set up the Blazers with the go-ahead score with 3:39 left in the third quarter.

Edmonds, trying to make something happen with the Rams deep in their own territory, may have tried to do too much. Albany State led 7-3 and its defense had kept a potent VSU offense grounded.

“You know, the guy tipped it up and when the ball goes into the air like that, it’s bad,” said Edmonds, who finished with 157 yards passing on 15 of 30.

“No quarterback likes that and no offense likes that. It’s going to be bad most of the time.”

Albany State coach Dan Land wasn’t happy with the turnover, but he chalked it up as a learning experience.

“We made a play down there and there was just miscommunication where it was at,” Land said. “We didn’t want that type of route, but what happened was there was miscommunication between Caleb and the sideline. We wanted a fade route, and he did an out route and their guy threw his hands up. It was a good play by them and a bad play by us.”

Land refused to say that the third-quarter interception led to the outcome.

“We still had opportunities to make some more plays to get back into the game,” he said. “We just didn’t and the second half just didn’t go our way. We made good calls, offensively and defensively, and the defense got a little tired because the offense wasn’t on the field long enough to give them a break. It worked all the way around, we’ve just got to finish in the second half, we just got to do it.”

Valdosta State (1-0) scored all of its points during the third quarter, overcoming a 7-0 deficit.

Edmonds engineered a 10-play, 72-yard scoring drive midway through the second quarter that culminated with his six-yard touchdown run. He was 3 for 3 on the drive, completing a pair of passes to former Westover High standout Ta’Keevian Harris as well as a key 21-yard pass to freshman Tyler Storey to move the Rams inside the VSU 25.

The Rams held Valdosta State to just 33 yards of total offense in the first two quarters.

However, the Rams’ second possession of the second half helped the Blazers get on the scoreboard when a pick by Andre Johnson at the Albany State 26 led to an eventual 43-yard field goal.

The Blazers’ longest scoring drive was 42 yards after an 11-yard ASU punt late in the third quarter. Quarterback Roland Rivers scored on a nine-yard scamper to make it 16-7.

Albany State marched to the VSU 29 early in the fourth quarter before another interception killed the Rams’ chances.

As tough as it was for the ASU players to swallow, safety Nick Scott said the Rams must make the necessary corrections before meeting Tuskegee next Saturday in the White Water Classic in Phenix City, Ala.

“We’ve got to learn from it and build on it so we can improve the rest of the season,’” he said.

Land said he saw several positives, but he was disappointed that Albany State once again didn’t find a way to finish the game after leading at halftime.

“The biggest thing I was telling them at the beginning is that we had to finish,” he said. “That was what we harped about all last year, and that was what we went into this year saying that we wanted to finish. We just didn’t get it done tonight. But I saw some good things out there, I really did.

“The second half, we just got to come out and do the things we need to do and make sure we don’t make the mistakes we did again.”

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