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U.S. beats England, 0-0
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U.S. beats England, 0-0

What psychopath called the long-awaited United States men’s national team’s Black Friday showdown against England a scoreless draw? I’ll have whatever you’re drinking. After gaining my bearings after that stiff cocktail, and realizing Matt Turner nor Jordan Pickford allowing a goal wasn’t just fallacy, it yielded a… Read more…

Come home, Kevin Durant
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Come home, Kevin Durant

The NBA’s greatest epics have been built around a meteoric star crash landing in a small market, galvanizing the city around their greatness in hopes of delivering glory. Think LeBron James in Cleveland, Dirk Nowitzki in Dallas, Tim Duncan in San Antonio, Isiah Thomas in Detroit, Hakeem Olajuwon in Houston, Giannis … Read more…

Did Qatar even want the World Cup?
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Did Qatar even want the World Cup?

The small Middle Eastern country — known for its poor human rights record — is the World Cup host, but did Qatar actually WANT it to begin with? Whichever government officials were responsible for bringing the world’s biggest sporting event to their country must’ve wanted it enough to take the initiative, but the… Read more…

Sean Payton is haunting coaches on the hot seat
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Sean Payton is haunting coaches on the hot seat

It’s rare to read scuttlebutt about which job a coach wants. The job market for unemployed coaches typically works the other way around. Jobs open up, a slew of coaching candidates cram into the interview lobby. Sean Payton is in a unique position where he can call the shots. Read more…

Grambling State, Southern prepare to face off at Bayou Classic’s Battle of the Bands Pride at stake for World Famed Tiger Marching Band, Human Jukebox
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Grambling State, Southern prepare to face off at Bayou Classic’s Battle of the Bands Pride at stake for World Famed Tiger Marching Band, Human Jukebox

During Bayou Classic weekend in New Orleans, the Battle of the Bands between Grambling State University’s World Famed Tiger Marching Band and Southern University’s Human Jukebox is as big of a draw as the football game itself. “It has evolved so much in exposure for both of the universities,” said Nikole Roebuck, Grambling State’s director...

How LaMelo Ball became the star Puma needed His new MB.02 signature sneaker looks to follow the breakout success of its predecessor
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How LaMelo Ball became the star Puma needed His new MB.02 signature sneaker looks to follow the breakout success of its predecessor

For a teenager who grew up with two older brothers potentially headed to the pros and a headline-garnering pops, it turned out that LaMelo Ball proved to be an instant star.  Now in his third season with the Charlotte Hornets, the All-Star point guard is not only looking to turn around the franchise’s fortunes, he’s...

Our favorite Thanksgiving dishes Andscape’s staff gives thanks for special meals prepared by loved ones
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Our favorite Thanksgiving dishes Andscape’s staff gives thanks for special meals prepared by loved ones

For many, Thanksgiving is about food and family. We maintain traditions while making new memories. With that in mind, we asked Andscape’s staff members to share stories about their favorite foods from Thanksgivings past and the special people whose hands — and hearts — prepared those dishes. Grandma Ola’s sweet potato pie Martenzie Johnson My...

Benedict College coach Chennis Berry leans on faith, focus to elevate football team SIAC champion Tigers will play Wingate in first trip to NCAA Division II playoffs
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Benedict College coach Chennis Berry leans on faith, focus to elevate football team SIAC champion Tigers will play Wingate in first trip to NCAA Division II playoffs

In just three seasons, Benedict College head football coach Chennis Berry has transformed a team with a 1-9 record in 2019 into the 11-0 2022 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) champion that will appear in its first NCAA Division II playoffs Saturday. To do so, Berry focused on bolstering the Tigers’ offense, fostering a leadership...