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Sports Forum / Re: Joe Burrow has gotta be shaking in his boots....
« on: April 21, 2020, 12:57:50 PM »
The glitch was on the league not the team lol


Adam Schefter
More on today’s mock draft technical glitch: The Bengals didn’t do anything wrong; wasn’t their fault. But the glitch resulted in a two-and-a-half minute delay, per source.

All these other tweets are comical though  :lol: :lol:

Dianna Russini
Text from a GM during this mock draft “there are early communication issues because 32 of us GMs are on conference call and we didn’t hit mute. Sounds awful”

Dianna Russini
I was on the phone with a head coach talking about the mock draft today and he was losing his mind because his Internet went down...apparently his young children were all on their iPads using up the band width. “ everybody get off the Internet”-in loud dad voice.
I hung up.

Retired NBA player Andre Miller had a memorable 17-year career in the league. He finished his playing days ranked eleventh all-time in assists and was still averaging double figures in scoring at 35 years old. Cleveland drafted him in the first round in 1999 after a first-team All-American season at the University of Utah. Could the same results have been achieved if Miller attended an HBCU? Because he wanted to.

Miller tells HBCU Gameday that while growing up in Los Angeles he dreamed of attending an HBCU. He was first exposed to the culture during an Upward Bound camp when he was in middle school. His recruiting offers were far and few in between in high school and the University of Utah was the first to offer him a scholarship.

"I wanted to go to an HBCU, I wanted to be in a fraternity, I wanted to play basketball, but those things didn't happen. I had to take the opportunity with the scholarship and go to Utah," Miller said.

Continue reading

Full interview here

Condolences to family, friends, Tenn St and Alabama St communities   :(

Ian Rapoport

Former #Seahawks QB Tarvaris Jackson died last night in a car accident in Alabama, a spokesperson for his employer Tennessee State tells me. Jackson, 36, was TSU’s QB coach. Along with Seattle, he also played for the #Vikings and #Bills.

« on: February 27, 2020, 12:11:13 PM »
Signed a whole team  :lol:

Sports Forum / Re: WSSU's Cleo Hill Jr. is CIAA coach of the year.....
« on: February 27, 2020, 12:07:43 PM »
Yes, he deserves it.  However if he don't STOP milking the clock when we get leads.........................

Infuriating  :brickwall:

Why are we dribbling out the shot clock with 3 mins left and not running an offensive set???

Sports Forum / Re: List your signees here for 2020
« on: February 05, 2020, 02:51:29 PM »
WSSU so far...

Mt Airy HS / Mt Airy NC
-- Rushed for 5800yds and 90 TDs in HS career

DANIEL EURY, OL, 6-3 / 330
West Meck HS / Charlotte NC

East Forsyth HS / Kernersville NC

Central Cabarrus HS / Concord NC

Vance HS / Charlotte NC

Rolesville HS / Raleigh NC

JACKSON TUMBARELLO, K (to sign Monday)
Mt Airy HS / Mt Airy NC

Sports Forum / Howard to hire Florida's Larry Scott as football HC
« on: February 01, 2020, 08:16:48 PM »

On Saturday evening, ESPN's Adam Rittenberg reported that Howard University is hiring Florida tight ends coach Larry Scott as its next head coach. Scott has been on staff at Florida for two years, joining Dan Mullen when he arrived in 2018.

Though Scott spent his last two seasons as an assistant coach at Florida he does have experience as a head coach previously. He served as the interim coach at Miami in 2015, putting together a 4-2 record while in charge.

He was previously working as the tight ends coach and offensive coordinator at Tennessee prior to his arrival at Florida. Mullen brought him aboard the UF staff when Tennessee head coach Butch Jones was fired.

Sports Forum / Re: WSSU's Skinner named AP All-America...
« on: January 02, 2020, 07:34:49 PM »
 :clap: :clap:

Interesting that he didn't make any AP All-America team last year when he led the nation with 11 INTs.

Sports Forum / Re: VUU to install turf at Hovey
« on: December 05, 2019, 07:11:11 PM »
How about stabilizing or replacing those damn visitor's side bleachers??

Both are healthy this year :nod:

Virginia Union University's Shareka McNeill scored 44 points while her sister Shameka McNeill added 20 points as the Lady Panthers defeated Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 92-64 on Saturday, November 9, in Daytona Beach, Fla., in the season-opener for both teams.

Shareka McNeill scored 31 points in the first half, including a mid-court buzzer-beater at the end of the second quarter.  She hit 15 of 32 shots, including seven three-pointers.

Shameka McNeill connected on eight of 15 shots, including three 3-pointers.

Newcomer Dy'Manee Royal recorded a double-double with 18 points and 15 rebounds.

Full story here:

I thought them girls graduated!  :brickwall: Gee whiz Christmas. They are a PROBLEM! Go on and graduate already! DANG!  :lol: :brickwall: :brickwall: :brickwall:

 :lol: :lol: :lol:  they're only JUNIORS   :lol:

Shaw 48
Chowan 47

Shaw survives despite getting outscored 47-21 after halftime


Shaw - 33
Chowan - 28
12:00 4th

Shaw led 27-0 at the half and gave up 28 in the 3rd

Can someone explain to me why the First Take was broadcast from the 76ers field house instead of on DelState or WSSU campus?

This wasn't an ESPN event... Wilmington's mayor proclaimed this week "HBCU Week" in Wilmington back in 2017.  This is the 3rd year they've hosted this event, ESPN just decided be a part of it now.

 :clap: :clap:

NBA superstar Stephen Curry is in DC today for the announcement that he will sponsor Howard Univ. men’s and women’s golf programs for the next six years.

HU athletic director called it “one of the most generous gifts” in the school’s history.

Howard University to add golf teams after receiving sponsorship from NBA star Stephen Curry

Following a January screening of “Emanuel,” a documentary about the deadly 2015 shooting of nine black worshipers at a church in Charleston, S.C., a throng of Howard University students jockeyed for handshakes and selfies with the film’s executive producer, NBA star Stephen Curry.

Otis Ferguson, then a junior at Howard, hung back for a moment before catching the ear of the Golden State Warriors guard.

“Hey Steph!” Ferguson called out. “Let’s get in a round of golf before you leave.”

It was a well-calculated shot: In addition to being a three-time NBA champion, two-time MVP and perhaps the best shooter ever, Curry is a passionate golfer.

Ferguson didn’t hit the links with Curry, but they did engage in a brief conversation about their mutual love of the sport. In fact, Ferguson said, he had turned down an offer to play collegiately to attend Howard, which, like many historically black colleges and universities, doesn’t have a golf team.

That chat made such an impression on Curry that he is returning to Washington on Monday to announce that he is sponsoring the creation of men’s and women’s golf teams at Howard — bringing competitive golf to the university for the first time in decades.

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