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Foster won and no one got hurt were the sentiments of Head Football Coach Shawn McDowell after the Falcons completed a successful spring with Tuesday’s spring game. McDowell felt a quick turnaround from last season is brewing after seeing a lot of his players maturing in front of him. Foster missed the postseason last season […]

Something wasn’t working. Even though the NFL attempted to enhance opportunities for minority candidates to become head coaches in a league whose players are 70% Black, there was a disconnect. Same thing for front office positions, although more improvement had been seen in recent years in that area. Those diverse prospects . . .

Valparaiso hires Charles Small, 1st Black athletic director  Galveston County Daily News Source link

The 2022 Sports illustrated Swimsuit Issue is now available in print. As part of the promotional push for the coveted edition, a star-studded red carpet event was held at the brand new Hard Rock Hotel New York on Thursday. Among the bevy of beauties to strike a pose in front of admiring fans and photographers […]

Baseball Braves stay alive: After dropping their opening game in the NJCAA Region 4 District II Tournament on Thursday, the Black Hawk Braves bounced back with a victory to keep alive their tournament run. Black Hawk dropped a 3-0 decision to Madison College Thursday morning, but regrouped for a 6-2 victory over Kankakee at Robin Roberts […]

Colorado Rockies television reporter Kelsey Wingert said she’s “hanging in there,” two days after she was struck in the head by a 95 mph foul ball. The scary incident happened during Monday’s game between the Rockies and San Francisco Giants at Coors Field in Denver. The Giants’ Austin Slater hit a foul . . .


 In last week’s episode of her reality series she said she as having panic attacks after bitter ex Kanye West compared one of her looks to Marge Simpson. But Kim Kardashian has certainly revved up her fashion game.

Iowa State football recruiting: Cyclones’ academics continue to impress Kai Black as Summer heats up  247Sports Source link

VALPARAISO, Ind. (AP) — Valparaiso has hired Charles Small as its athletic director. The former Iowa State administrator will become the first Black athletic director in school history and begins his job July 1. The announcement ends a three-month search after longtime athletic director Mark LaBarbera announced his retirement. “I look forward to embarking on […]

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