Kevin Nickelberry, who helped UNC Charlotte and Clemson to four postseason appearances, has been named head basketball coach at Howard University. “We are pleased to have a coach with the distinguished career and success of Kevin Nickelberry lead our men’s basketball program,” said Charles Gibbs, Director of Athletics. “This is an exciting day, not only […]

Senior night for high school basketball players signals a changing of the guard as many careers come to an end. However, for many players it signals a new chapter in their basketball lives. Riverdale Baptist senior guard Justin Drummond’s high school career is now in his rear view mirror, but he will play Division I […]

By Mark F. Gray Somewhere Jay Schroeder and Rich Gannon are smiling as they get set to welcome another member into their select fraternity. When Jason Campbell was traded to the Oakland Raiders for a fourth round draft pick in 2012 there were groans of how he had been banished to the dark side of […]

By Mark F. Gray If nothing else Roger Goodell is consistent. His six game suspension of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was as punitive as any disciplinary decision he has made since becoming the NFL’s Commissioner and follows the same hard line verdicts that Pac-Man Jones and Michael Vick faced. This is one time where […]

From NFL.COM Commissioner Roger Goodell notified Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger Wednesday that he 1) must undergo a comprehensive behavioral evaluation by medical professionals and 2) will be suspended without pay for the first six games of the regular season for conduct detrimental to the NFL in violation of the league’s Personal Conduct Policy. After […]

Are you ready for some Washington Football Team football? Although the start of the 2010 season is still months away, the official 2010 football schedule has been announced. Check out the dates right here. Sept. 12: vs. Dallas Cowboys (night) Sept. 19: vs. Houston Texans Sept. 26: at St. Louis Rams Oct. 3: at Philadelphia […]

By Mark F. Gray Just over three years ago it seemed that Camelot had comeback to the Georgetown basketball program. With a trip to the NCAA Final Four and an NBA Lottery pick on the roster in Jeff Green the days of Hoya paranoia seemed ready to make their way back to Chinatown. However, when […]

After a 14-1 conference mark in the regular season, the Bowie State softball began its quest for a fourth straight conference championship with a 5-3 victory over Johnson C. Smith in the quarterfinals of the CIAA Tournament in Petersburg, Virginia. The Lady Bulldogs have established themselves as the premiere softball program over the last three […]

By Mark F. Gray There are teams and schools in college sports that make the game better when they are good. Baseball is not the same when the New York Yankees stink and football is not the same when the Dallas Cowboys are bad. When the San Antonio Spurs were dominating the NBA’s western conference […]

VIA CNN: Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will not face criminal charges after he was accused of sexually assaulting a woman at a nightspot, a Georgia prosecutor said. Roethlisberger was accused of sexually assaulting a 20-year-old woman at a Milledgeville, Georgia, bar and restaurant called Capital City. “The sexual allegation against Mr. Roethlisberger cannot be […]