Shawn 4:44 Thou Shalt Not Perform

With such a large radius of viewers, you would think that no one in their right mind would reject an offer to be in the spotlight at the biggest sporting event in the country. However, one Shawn Carter recently made news by turning down the National Football League and the show at Super Bowl 52 in Minneapolis

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From Knights to Scarlet Mourners

By: Deondre Smalls Whether it’s the fall football games where the weather is becoming lower and the energy is rising or the winter basketball games where the warmth of cheers and the atmosphere in the arena is heated enough to make you forget about the cold that awaits you outside… the aura of sports has…

NCAA College Football Rankings–CBS Sports

Updated 9/29/2013 RANK TEAM MOVE SCHEDULES/RESULTS POINTS 1 – Alabama Crimson Tide (55) Overall: (4-0) Statistics | Schedule | Roster 09/21 defeated Colorado State 31-6 09/28 defeated Ole Miss 25-0 10/05 Georgia State 12:21 PM EDT 1495 2 – Oregon Ducks (5) Overall: (4-0) Statistics | Schedule | Roster 09/14 defeated Tennessee 59-14 09/28 defeated California 55-16 10/05 at Colorado 6:00 PM EDT 1422 3 – Clemson Tigers Overall: (4-0) Statistics | Schedule | Roster 09/19 defeated North Carolina State 26-14 09/28 defeated Wake Forest 56-7 10/05 at Syracuse 3:30…

Aaron Hernandez’s Fiancee Indicted for Perjury

Shayanna Jenkins, fiancee of former New England Patriots Aaron Hernandez, was indicted on a perjury charge in connection with the killing of his friend on June 17. It is not yet confirmed what led to the charge but Jenkins, 24, was indicted on a single count in relation to the killing of Odin Lloyd. The mother…

Rutgers Stuns Arkansas in Late Comeback, 28-24

The Scarlet Knights came off with their third victory against Arkansas yesterday at High Point Solutions Stadium in Piscataway, NJ. Early in the game it seemed as though Rutgers was no match for Arkansas’ powerful defense, that is until the Scarlet Knights turned the tables. Twenty-one unanswered points were scored leading Rutgers’ to the victory…