No More Mayhem with Mayweather – 3 Things Boxing’s Champ Should Consider While in Jail

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By James L. Walker, Jr. –  What a difference a few days can make. Less than three weeks after Floyd “Money” Mayweather – the sports world’s highest paid athlete – went to jail as part of his 90 day sentence for a domestic violence conviction, several things have changed. His chief rival Manny Pacquiao –…

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Blame It on Black Male Pathology: Why Bella Gonzalez Can’t Just Have a Fatty

During this weekend’s main event, Showtime Pay-Per-View sandwiched eight rounds of anti-climactic boxing between two spectacular events.  If you watched the fight, you saw them: in round 3, Manny Pacquiao hit Shane Mosley with a beautiful straight left that put him on the canvas, and drew the obligatory “Ohhhhh!” from the guys with whom I…

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Can Hampton beat Duke?

Back in 2001, Hampton shocked the college basketball world when the Pirates, a 15 seed knocked off number 2 seed Iowa State. Hampton is just one of 4 teams seeded 15 to knock off a number 2. So history is on the side of the Pirates.

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First African American Polo Team Wins National Title

A polo team from Philadelphia made history in central Virginia on Sunday when they became the first all African-American team to win a national title.

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CIAA Tournament: Half family reunion, half sporting event

The nation’s oldest historically black basketball tournament is marked on the calendar of HBCU fans and party goers. The third most attended basketball tournament for all divisions of NCAA, the CIAA tourney is half family reunion, half sporting event.

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Dad’s See what a little time can do? He Got Game! #Schwap

“It all started just passing the ball with my dad.” That’s what’s up. 2 hours a day of practice and this young dude is out balling most dudes you know at 12 years old.

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The ALT: Pictorial, “Last Night” http://twitpic.com/3cjk8k

Friday’s Pictorial via @alumniroundup #TheBreakUp

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ESPN to premier HBCU Sports Network

In addition to sports, the HBCU Network will broadcast entertainment, culture and lifestyle programming

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