Category: HALL OF FAME

Irv Cross, Northwestern University School of Education and Social Policy GRADUATE, Macalester athletic director, athletic director at Idaho State University, CBS television sports pioneer, 2x NFL Pro Bowl CORNERBACK, dies at the age 81

Irv Cross, television sports pioneer, dies at 81 The former NFL cornerback later served as...

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HEAD COACH Deion Sanders, ‘Coach Prime,’ wins debut as Jackson State football routs Edward Waters. “EVERYBODY IN THE SPORTS WORLD IS TALKING”

Cowboys legend Deion Sanders dominates in 1st game at Jackson State, after Aikman cameos pre-game...

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HBCU Gameday, ‘Coach Prime’ (NFL HALL OF FAME SENSATION, “DEION SANDERS”) era begins in Jackson, Mississippi, amid high expectations, national spotlight

Deion Sanders and Jackson State primed to open their season Sunday ‘Coach Prime’ era begins in...

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Michael Jordan is the greatest basketball player of all time. “Magic Johnson said, “There’s Michael Jordan and then there is the rest of us.”

Legends profile: Michael Jordan By acclamation, Michael Jordan is the greatest basketball player...

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GLOBAL AFRICAN BILLIONAIRE BUSINESS UPDATE: AFF: Cyberport Chairman and Vista Equity Partners’ Robert Smith explore InsurTech opportunities in the Greater Bay Area, AND MORE

AFF: Cyberport Chairman and Vista Equity Partners’ Robert Smith explore InsurTech opportunities in...

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Junior Bridgeman names Michele Ghee CEO of Ebony, Jet magazines

Bridgeman names Michele Ghee CEO of Ebony, Jet magazines Michele Ghee, CEO of Ebony & Jet...

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Drew Pearson, The original #88, makes the NFL Hall of Fame, ALSO MAKING THE HALL OF FAME, Charles Woodson, Calvin Johnson, Alan Faneca, Bill Nunn, John Lynch, Tom Flores and Peyton Manning will now be getting busts in Canton, Ohio.

Cowboys WR Drew Pearson Elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame Pearson, a Cowboys Ring of Honor...

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Clarence Edwin “Cito” Gaston, the first African-American manager in Major League Baseball history to win a World Series title, THE FIRST AFRICAN AMERICAN TO managed AN MLB ORGANIZATION to four American League East division titles (1989, 1991, 1992 and 1993), two American League pennants (1992 and 1993) and two World Series titles (1992 and 1993).

Clarence Edwin “Cito” Gaston, the First African-American Manager in Major League...

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