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Divorce is always a distraction and I have a feeling this will not be an amiable breakup given the high stakes inovleved. Not wishing it on anyone, but I bet even money it does affect his play this coming season season with the press pushing him constantly for details and she'll be out front of the cameras as well once she aanouces she has representation.

You can beleive Gloria Allred is somewhere  probably chomping at the bit to grab this case.

Narcissism at its worst.  :crazy:

On the Sidelines and In The Stands / The Passing of a Legend
« on: May 06, 2013, 10:45:17 AM »
From WFMY-TV, News 2

Greensboro, NC -- Retired NC A&T State University Band Director Dr. Johnny Hodge has died. A school spokeswoman confirmed that he died Sunday morning. 

Nettie Rowland says additional details were not readily available.

In the late 70's, early 80's Hodge was one of two new band directors that took over the Aggie marching band. Under his direction the marching band became the powerhouse that it is today. He is also credited with helping to rename the North Carolina A&T marching band the "Blue & Gold Marching Machine".

Hodge served as Director of Bands for four decades.  He retired from NC A&T in 2003.

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General Discussion Forum / Re: New NC A&T Student Center
« on: April 27, 2012, 02:42:21 PM »
Its the next thing on the agenda once the Student Center is completed. The property has been bought already across the Memorial.

CIAA Predictions - 2010 / Re: 2010 Week One
« on: August 15, 2010, 07:28:50 PM »
St. Paul's College@West Va. Wesleyan   
 Buckhannon, WV   
1:00 PM 

WV Wesleyan 14  St. Paul's 0 
Bowie State University @Seton Hill   
 Greensburg, PA   
3:00 PM 
Bowie State 24  Seton Hill 10

Johnson C. Smith University @Elizabeth City State University   
 Elizabeth City, NC   
6:00 PM 

Elizabeth City 20  Johnson C. Smith 17
Livingstone College @Virginia State University   
 Ettrick, VA   
6:00 PM 
Virginia State 28   Livingstone 0

Chowan University @Lenoir-Rhyne   
 Hickory, NC   
7:00 PM 
   Lenoir Rhyne 17  Chowan 13

Winston-Salem State University v. Virginia Union University   
 @High Point, NC   
7:30 PM 
VUU 21  WSSU 7

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