Los Angeles Chargers coach Anthony Lynn

Chargers take coach Anthony Lynn’s lead in playoff run

The last time the Los Angeles Chargers won a playoff football game was back in 2013 when the team knocked off Cincinnati in a Wild Card matchup. It’s been a long time coming for quarterback Philip Rivers, tight end Antonio Gates and the rest of the Chargers, for that matter. After beating the Baltimore Ravens […]

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HBCU students get the 411 on NFL 3rd Annual Careers

ATLANTA-More than 90 students from Historically Black College & Universities (HBCU) participated in the third annual NFL Careers in Football Forum as part of the Air Force Celebration Bowl in Atlanta, Georgia last month. “The NFL Careers in Football Forum aims to drive awareness of career opportunities and create access that may lead to employment […]

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Clippers bring their outreach to Inglewood middle school

INGLEWOOD, CA-The smiles and energetic faces over the new basketball courts were aglow at Crozier Middle School. That’s because the student body and staff at the school were greeted to their own early Christmas present when the Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Clippers Foundation, as well as the City of Inglewood greeted them with the […]

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Missing and murdered

MISSOULA, Mont. — Native American women across the country are being murdered and sexually assaulted on reservations and nearby towns at far higher rates than other American women. Their assailants are often white and other non-Native American men outside the jurisdiction of tribal law enforcement. In some U.S. counties composed primarily of Native American lands, […]

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Maryland Eastern Shore tops Morgan State in MEAC opener

BALTIMORE, Maryland — Maryland Eastern Shore senior point guard Ciani Byrom (Winston-Salem, North Carolina) scored five straight points in the final two minutes to bust up a 65-65 tie and give the Hawks a five-point lead with 29 seconds remaining at Morgan State on Saturday, Jan. 5. Byrom’s teammate Ra’Jean Martin (Jacksonville, Florida) nailed both […]

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NCAA women's basketball

Grambling’s Shakyla Hill powers Lady Tigers past Alabama State

MONTGOMERY, Ala. | Shakyla Hill scored 20 of her game-high 32 points in the second half as the Grambling State University women’s basketball team outlasted Alabama State and spoiled the Lady Hornets’ Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) opener with an 80-72 victory on Saturday afternoon at the Dunn-Oliver Acadome. Grambling State (4-9 overall, 1-0 SWAC) led […]

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