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Sports Forum / Re: SWAC 2022 Baseball tournament bracket
« Last post by bluedog on Yesterday at 11:28:03 PM »
The Wildcats eliminate Grambling in a slaughter. 19-0

General Discussion Forum / Diana Williams Goes to war with Southern University
« Last post by Que82 on Yesterday at 10:58:16 PM »
NSFW (Language)


I attended the last two basketball championships in Rock Hill...untill Morehouse lost. I went to three in Birmingham and two in Atlanta before then. I said then that the criticism for Morehouse's lack of support was unjustified. SIAC schools attend their own games and nothing more. For those of you who don't know, College Park, Georgia is adjacent to Atlanta. People said that playing in Forbes Arena on the Morehouse campus gave Morehouse a home court advantage which it did not. Benedict and Claflin did quite well playing at Forbes. Getting statistics is difficult to do. However there appears to be a point of around 1,000 which is all that you are going to get for the championship game no matter where it is played. Only the CAU women may do better. Gregory Moore heard the complaints and he reacted. So we play in Rock Hill, South Carolina. A very nice facility and convention center built to attract these types of activities. Most D11 basketball championships are played on one teams campus. Attendance is often much worse than for the SIAC. Only the CIAA does measurably better.
You threw me off with your "D11".  I think it's either D2 or DII. :shrug:
« Last post by ‘87 Alum on Yesterday at 09:38:04 PM »
CTS like Father Time is undefeated…..
« Last post by eagle pride on Yesterday at 09:37:49 PM »
a&t game in Charlotte
Campbell, Buies Creek, N.C. (I have never been there)
South Carolina State, Orangeburg, S.C. 
Norfolk State, Norfolk, Va.

(All day trips)
in 2020 - 4,000 people died from Guns in Texas, nearly 12 a day .. In 2020, the number one cause of death for kids 1 to 19 was Guns .. Last year, there were 61 active shooters in the US, double that of 2019 ...

Now you're blaming my president, Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr.  How is it his fault?

Every single day is an exercise in reminding myself to not argue with folks who Harriet Tubman would've shot  :lol:

Well….all the way from St Kitts….well, damn Nomenclature said it best….
Sports Forum / Re: Tuskegee AD has DI plans,...
« Last post by bluedog on Yesterday at 09:35:09 PM »
  Bluedog, PLEASE come over here by me
...I have a cooler full of beer n bourbon. 


Those who know me know that we conversed (I don't conversate)

 I heard THAT!   :blush:
Man "I ain't studying nobody" this weekend. Lol... I'm too tied up in this SWAC baseball tournament and on top of that my Lakers hired my second choice for head coach
SF Giants manager won’t take the field for national anthem out of shame for America: report

The manager of the San Francisco Giants announced on Friday his deep disappointment in America.

"Moving forward, Kapler told reporters on Friday that he doesn't plan on taking the field for the national anthem 'until I feel better about the direction of our country' and that he needs more time to consider specific actions he might suggest be taken to prevent more tragedies of this type, such as stronger gun control laws," ABC 7 reported.

The Giants were on the road in Cincinnati for a Friday evening game, which was delayed due to rain.

"When I was the same age as the children in Uvalde, my father taught me to stand for the pledge of allegiance when I believed my country was representing its people well or to protest and stay seated when it wasn’t. I don’t believe it is representing us well right now," he wrote on his blog.

"We elect our politicians to represent our interests. Immediately following this shooting, we were told we needed locked doors and armed teachers. We were given thoughts and prayers," he wrote.
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