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Jarrett L. Carter

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NCAA Must Act in Good Faith With Increased Academic Support Funding for Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Jarrett L. Carter | July 30, 2012 | Sports
The NCAA can be an active participant in changing the landscape of how we view, educate and position for success athletes of the future. It all depends on if athletic inequity is a matter of acknowledgement, or improvement.
Jim Buzinski

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Gays and Sports Bring Religious Zealots to Outsports

Jim Buzinski | July 30, 2012 | Gay Voices
Visitors to Outsports recently may have thought they had stumbled across the Focus on the Family website by accident, given all the comments by anti-gay religious zealots.
Yoani Sanchez

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Cuba's National Pastime

Yoani Sanchez | July 30, 2012 | World
The final games of the series were played to full stands and in the streets even the kids declared themselves followers of one team or the other. Even the news about the floods caused by intense rains took second fiddle to the uproar caused by hits and home runs.
David Kiley

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GM's Joel Ewanick Kicks Away Super Bowl In Favor Of British Soccer Team Manchester United

David Kiley | July 30, 2012 | Detroit
Manchester United, despite being a British team, has followings in Chevy's most important markets going forward -- the U.S. and China, in addition to Europe and South and Latin America.
Lubomir Kavalek

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Viswanathan Anand Retains World Chess Title

Lubomir Kavalek | July 30, 2012 | Sports
"I am relieved," Vishy Anand said shortly after his victory against the challenger, Boris Gelfand of Israel, in the World Chess Championship. "The match was so even."
Jordan Schultz

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Spurs Top Thunder With Dominant Half-Court Execution Once Again

Jordan Schultz | July 30, 2012 | Sports
Because of its remarkable floor spacing and ability to run non-traditional, high-ball screens for Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili, their offense quite literally leaves OKC with a cadre of defensive choices, none of which are particularly good.
Trey Ellis

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Blacks and the Business of Baseball

Trey Ellis | July 30, 2012 | Black Voices
Today, blacks and women aren't represented nearly enough in the business supply chain of the MLB. Fortunately the MLB knows this, so they are hosting the first ever "MLB Diversity Business Summit."
Elliot Worsell

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An Ode to The Cobra

Elliot Worsell | July 30, 2012 | Sports
A lot has and will be said about Froch's victory on Saturday night, but I'm simply thankful for the answers this fighter has provided us with over the years.
Malaika Bobino

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Curtis Granderson: Just Getting Started

Malaika Bobino | July 30, 2012 | Sports
Excellent both at the plate and in center field, Granderson is back in the race for MVP. His stats speak loudly and there's still a lot of baseball left to be played.
Jackie K. Cooper

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Grisham's Calico Joe Knocks It Out of the Park

Jackie K. Cooper | July 30, 2012 | Books
In Calico Joe, John Grisham salutes the world of baseball with a story that tugs at the heart.
Jori McMurtrey

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A New Breed of Woman: The Avid Female Sports Fan

Jori McMurtrey | July 30, 2012 | Sports
That's right. I'm a girl and I love sports. Long gone are the decades when women were expected to sit quietly in their perfectly pressed dresses while keeping their opinions to themselves.
Len Berman

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Top 5 Sports Stories

Len Berman | July 30, 2012 | New York
When you think of great sports franchises, how come the San Antonio Spurs don't roll off your tongues? Last night they won their 20th straight game, they're 10-0 in this year's playoffs. And they do it without flair.
Shira Lazar

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NFL Legend Boomer Esiason Spreads Awareness About Cystic Fibrosis Via Twitter

Shira Lazar | July 30, 2012 | Impact
As a former football player, Esiason's dream of being the star quarterback and winning the Superbowl has been outseated by something much more valuable.