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  • On The Air Saturday

    AUTO RACING 8 a.m.: Formula One Racing Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, qualifying. NBCSP BASKETBALL 7 p.m.: Nebraska at Rhode Island. SNY 7:30 p.m.: 76ers at Knicks. MSG 8 p.m.: Mavericks at Rockets. NBA 8:30 p.m.: Nets at Spurs. YES FOOTBALL Noon:...
  • Morgan State can make Football Championship Subdivision playoffs via two scenarios

    Morgan State can make Football Championship Subdivision playoffs via two scenarios
    The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference outlined a number of scenarios for the league’s automatic bid to the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs on Wednesday, and Morgan State would advance via two potential paths. If the Bears (6-5 overall and...
  • Hampton U. hopes to build on Bethune-Cookman win in finale at Howard

    Hampton U. hopes to build on Bethune-Cookman win in finale at Howard
    HAMPTON — The lesson didn't take hold as quickly as Hampton U. coach Connell Maynor intended, but it finally produced a signature win. The next step in the Pirates' makeover is duplicating the process to conclude the season. HU took down two-...
  • Cuba Gooding's Main Ingredient: Soul

    Cuba Gooding's Main Ingredient: Soul
    When it was released in 1972, "Everybody Plays the Fool" rocketed to the top of the charts on the way to becoming one of pop music's enduring hits. If lead singer Cuba Gooding Sr. had his way, the group might never have recorded the blockbuster...
  • FAMU falls on homecoming, fans irked by coaching change

    FAMU falls on homecoming, fans irked by coaching change
    Florida A&M quarterback Damien Fleming called the firing of coach Earl Holmes four days before the Rattlers’ homecoming game “a devastating loss.” The hits kept coming for Fleming and the Rattlers (2-7, 2-3 Mid-Eastern Athletic...
  • Florida Classic events Friday and Saturday

    Florida Classic events Friday and Saturday
      Here are some of  the public events being held in conjunction with the Florida Blue Florida Classic.   Friday The Florida Classic career expo and diversity job fair runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Amway Center. It is geared toward college...
  • State, defense rest in FAMU hazing trial

    State, defense rest in FAMU hazing trial
    Lawyers for Dante Martin did not call a single witness in defense of the former Florida A&M University percussionist accused of organizing the ritual that killed FAMU drum major Robert Champion nearly three years ago. Martin, 27, also did not testify in...
  • Former FAMU band member guilty of manslaughter in Robert Champion hazing case

    Former FAMU band member guilty of manslaughter in Robert Champion hazing case
    The manslaughter verdict in the fatal hazing of Florida A&M University drum major Robert Champion should send a message as loud and clear as the famous Marching 100 band, State Attorney Jeff Ashton said Friday. “I hope this scares people enough...
  • Saturday's local interest college football roundup: Apprentice gains first victory; Richmond, NSU win close ones

    NON-DIVISION I OR II: Apprentice 39, Alfred State 34: Apprentice School gained its first victory of the season Saturday afternoon, overcoming Alfred State in Newport News to avenge a road loss to the Pioneers. Freshman Deon Lavender threw three...
  • ODU finally home again for Florida International

    NORFOLK — After again absorbing the business end of a physics lesson, Old Dominion hopes that a return home against a struggling opponent yields a favorable result. Vanderbilt handed the Monarchs (3-6, 1-3 Conference USA) their fifth consecutive...
  • Holocaust Center to observe Kristallnacht tragedy

    Holocaust Center to observe Kristallnacht tragedy
    It happened in another country, decades ago. It was a massacre, one considered to be the tipping point for a much larger world tragedy. And it’s an event, Pam Kancher said, that should be observed, remembered, and reflected on every year....