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Ohio State releases statement regarding death of player Kosta Karageorge

Ohio State released the following statement : OSUDA was shocked and saddened to learn today of the death of student-athlete Kosta Karageorge, a senior from Columbus. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Karageorge family, and those who knew him, during this most difficult time. Kosta Karageorge’s body was found inside of a dumpster with […]


Saints advance to 5-7

You may laugh at the NFC South but the New Orleans Saints came out with an impressive win against the Steelers. Saints beat the Steelers at home 35-32. Ike Taylor was back in for the Steelers but kept getting beat by  Kenny Stills. The Saints didn’t see much from Jimmy Graham but that didn’t seem to […]

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Record breaking day for Big Ben as Steelers beat Colts

A much needed win for the Steelers today as they beat the Colts 51-34. Steelers wore their throwback (read prison strip/bumblebee) jerseys today. Today as also a record breaking day for QB Ben Roethlisberger as he become the only NFL player with two 500 yard passing games. Even Coach Cowher sent his congrats Kudos to […]

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#NoJusticeNoFootball: Protesters take over Rams v 49ers game

Monday Night Football had the 49ers traveling to Saint Louis to face the Rams. The Rams suffered a 17-31 loss in a game that at first it seemed like the Rams might win. Besides the game there was something else taking place inside and outside the stadium. Now unless you’ve been under a rock, you […]

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Recap: 2014 Great Sports Legends Dinner

In its 29th year, the annual Great Sports Legends Dinner, hosted by NFL Hall of Famer Nick Buoniconti and his son Marc, raised funds to support the ground-breaking spinal cord injury research. Researchers at The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis are the world’s most comprehensive spinal cord injury research center which is based at the University of Miami Miller […]



Congrats are in order for Dawn Hudson. Its always great to see women moving up the ranks, especially when its in a male dominated industry. Veteran marketing and advertising executive Dawn Hudson has been named the National Football League’s Chief Marketing Officer, Commissioner Roger Goodell announced today. Hudson will oversee the development, direction and implementation of all […]

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James Harrison is a Steeler Again

James Harrison enjoyed a short lives retirement as he signed with the Steelers today. The Steelers suffered some key losses in the LB position this Sunday in their game against the Panthers. James Harrison had retired earlier this month after not being resigned by the Bengals. The Steelers then signed James to a one day […]

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NFL Week 3 Recap and Scores

Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Atlanta Falcons The Falcons got a dominating, blowout win against the Buccaneers. Falcons win 5-14 San Diego Chargers @ Buffalo Bills Chargers win 22-10 against the Bills. They are now 2-1 Tennessee Titans @ Cincinnati Bengals Titans did not have their best game today and only came away with 3 points […]



Recap of NFL Week 2 games and highlights. Pittsburgh Steelers @ Baltimore Ravens Steelers lost 6-26 in a blowout against the Ravens Miami Dolphins @ Buffalo Bills Bills got a 29-10 win against the Dolphins Detroit Lions @ Carolina Panthers Panthers got an impressive 24-7 win against the Lions Atlanta Falcons @ Cincinnati Bengals Falcons […]

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Pam Oliver Opens Up

I read the October issue of Essence which features a piece on Pam Oliver. You can read the full piece here I feel Pam went the right route and providing her own words. Also the timing works perfectly with the start of football season. Pam was able to convey her thoughts on away that […]

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Jamaica’s Alia Atkinson becomes first black woman to win a world swimming title

Posted  December 6, 2014  by  Head Heel in Charge

Black women are still out here making history. congrats are in order for Jamaica’s Alia Atkinson, who becomes first black woman to win a world swimming title. Alia won the 100m Breaststroke Final at the FINA World Swimming Championships. Alia is 25 years old. She claimed the title and equalled Ruta Meilutyte’s world record of […]

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UConn & Notre Dame to Meet for Second Straight Year in Jimmy V Women’s Classic

Posted  December 6, 2014  by  Head Heel in Charge

ESPN, in conjunction with The V Foundation for Cancer Research, announces the University of Connecticut and University of Notre Dame will meet for the second straight year in the 2015 Jimmy V Women’s Classic. The annual event  will toe televised on ESPN or ESPN2 – will be played in Connecticut at a date, venue and […]

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Quick reaction: Pelicans beat Thunder

Posted  December 2, 2014  by  Head Heel in Charge

OKC Thunder falls to Pelicans 112-104. Durant finishes w/27p, Westbrook 21, Jackson 17, Lamb 15. Thunders next game is Friday in Philadelphia. Thunder are 5-12. Shame Durant couldn’t celebrate his return with a win. Maybe Friday will be better. For the Pelicans Tyreke Evans had 30pts, Anthony Davis 25pts/10reb/4ast/4blk/6stl, and Holiday with 16pts/10ast. The 7-8 […]

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Kobe Byrant does pass the ball, Gets his 6,000th assist

Posted  November 30, 2014  by  Head Heel in Charge

For all those that say Kobe doesn’t pass the ball the stats say that’s a lie. Tonight he made history. He becomes 1st player in NBA to score 30,000 career points and record 6,000 assists. Kobe’s pass to Wesley Johnson gave him his 6,000th career assist. How about that? Johnson can add that to his […]

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