Houston VS Southern U. Softball Striking Out Breast Cancer

The University of Houston softball team will host Southern University in the softball team’s 4th Annual Striking Out Breast Cancer game at Cougar Softball Stadium on Wednesday, March 11.

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Race in Sports (Cool Chart)

It’s baseball season again, but what you might not notice amid the crack of the bat and roar of the crowd is that – a half a century after Jackie Robinson’s historic entrance into the game – the number of black players is at its lowest level in almost 20 years.

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FAMU wrestling Heads to Regional Championship

Sharif believes the team has a very high chance of winning the championship. “My guys are hyped and they are ready,” Sharif said. “They’ve got their spirits up and I want their spirits to be transcended toward the spectators.”

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Saints Shuffle: Great Super Bowl Pictures

The New Orleans Saints have won Super Bowl XLIV in a thrilling victory over the Indianapolis Colts, 31-17.

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Jim Thorpe Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion

Professional golfer Jim Thorpe, who has won more than $15 million in his career, was sentenced to one year in prison for failing to pay federal income taxes for three years.

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Virginia State hall of famer Raymond “Coach” Crittenden passes away at 83

Raymond Crittenden Jr., one of Virginia State’s most prolific players, died Monday of natural causes. He was 83.

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FAMU’s All-Star Hall of Famer

FAMU Alum Dawson elected to Baseball’s 2010 Hall of Fame class. “He did everything on a

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Prarie View’s Beck Named All-American

Prairie View A&M senior defensive back Anthony Beck was named to the 2009 Sports Network Football Championship Subdivision All-America Third Team.

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