Trojans fall short in Holiday Bowl

December 31 Dennis J. Freeman 0

SAN DIEGO-A win in the final game of the season wasn’t in the cards for the USC Trojans. The Trojans’ 23-21 loss to the Wisconsin Badgers in the National Funding Holiday Bowl at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, pretty much reflected the type of season it has been for the […]


The sudden fall of Chip Kelly

December 30 Dennis J. Freeman 0

If you cut off the head, the body will soon follow. When Chip Kelly and the Philadelphia Eagles decided to get rid of a still very effective, playmaking Michael Vick, they didn’t just cast aside an aging scrambler with a rocket arm, they gave away the franchise’s soul. From all […]


Stanford’s Rose Bowl path defined

December 29 Dennis J. Freeman 0

ANAHEIM-The Stanford football team can look back and think lesson learned from the first game of the 2015 college football season. That game was the catalyst that turned around their attitude for the rest of the season. The 16-6 loss to an unheralded Northwestern team on opening day didn’t just […]


Gladys Knight’s star power endures

December 27 News4usonline News 0

Los Angeles get ready. The great ones endure, and has long been one of the greatest. Very few singers over the last fifty years have matched her unassailable artistry. This seven-time Grammy winner has enjoyed #1 hits in pop, R&B and Adult Contemporary, and has triumphed in film, television and live […]


Boise State wins Poinsettia Bowl

December 25 Daniel Freeman 0

SAN DIEGO, CA-The San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl was filled with numerous record-setting moments set by the game winner: Boise State.  The fast-paced scoring offense is filled with a nucleus of dynamic players from all the positions such as with starting quarterback Brett Rypien, who broke the Mountain […]


Possible move upsetting to Chargers fans

December 24 Dennis J. Freeman 0

SAN DIEGO-Judgment day is coming to the city of San Diego real soon. Hopefully, for the fans of the San Diego Chargers, they’ll breath a little easier after the NFL casts its relocation vote in January. As of now now, a lot of noise is being made about the Chargers’ […]


Star power engage Clippers, Thunder

December 22 Dennis J. Freeman 0

LOS ANGELES-The game atmosphere between the Los Angeles Clippers and Oklahoma City Thunder felt like a playoff game. When you have the type of megastars that the Clippers and Thunder have on their respective rosters, electricity collide with high-volume entertainment. The two teams did indeed put on a show for […]


Chargers go out with a bang

December 21 Dennis J. Freeman 0

SAN DIEGO-If Sunday’s 2015 home finale for the San Diego Chargers was indeed the last game they are to play at Qualcomm Stadium, the team at least gave their fans something to shout about. At times, it got pretty emotional after the Chargers wiped the Miami Dolphins off the field […]


Inches sums up Chargers’ season

December 16 Dennis J. Freeman 0

A game of inches. A season of close calls. The year is not over, but the San Diego Chargers can sum up their 2015 season as a bunch of missed opportunities. In a sport of final results, close won’t get it. Unfortunately, that might be all the Chargers have to […]


Trojans executing to perfection

December 15 Dennis J. Freeman 0

LOS ANGELES-Sometimes tough love is what you need to get the best out of a team. USC women’s basketball coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke is a throwback to another era in some ways. She’s tough, relentless even. When she is on the court during a basketball game, Cooper-Dyke is all over the […]


Screen Actors Guild Awards nominates diversity

December 11 Dennis J. Freeman 0

LOS ANGELES-Everybody likes surprises. The 22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations announcement came with a bang at the Pacific Design Center with a few new wrinkles and a couple of surprise picks.  With the awards season in full thrust, the Screen Actors Guild Awards made some noise with their […]


Worst States For Black Americans in The U.S.A

December 11 News4usonline News 0

The Civil Rights Movement offered hope that racial inequality would soon end. The movement led to a series of reforms, including the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and other legislation, known together as the Great Society. Over the following 50 years, however, further advances […]


NAACP Image Awards nominations announced

December 9 News4usonline News 0

BEVERLY HILLS, CA (December 8, 2015) – The nominees for the 47th NAACP Image Awards were announced during a press conference from The Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, CA.  The categories and nominees were announced by Guillermo Díaz (Scandal), Tika Sumpter (The Haves and the Have Nots), Danielle Nicolet […]


Champs take different paths to title

December 8 Dennis J. Freeman 0

High school football is always a great spectacle to watch and enjoy. You have the concession stands. The cheerleaders and marching bands bring the flavor of high school sports alive with their high-volume energy. Coaches are running around barking out instructions. Players steady themselves to get ready for battle on […]


Broncos tame Chargers’ offense

December 7 Dennis J. Freeman 0

The rest of the 2015 NFL season has to be about pride for the San Diego Chargers. With this season pretty much awash, the Chargers have to be at the point of looking towards the future, beginning with next season. And that starts with playing the remainder of their schedule […]