The NBA MVP race heating up by Jaelin McDonald

April 11, 2018

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This year has been amazing for many players in the National Basketball Association. Players have have led their teams to great seasons while being the anchors to success. With the playoffs rapidly approaching, the MVP race is...

Controversial tweet sparks outrage by Alonzo Clark & Blair Barnes

April 9, 2018

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North Carolina Agricultural &Technical State University tennis player and senior class president, John WilsonIV, posted a tweet on Twitter informing the Aggie community of a racial incident stemming from an opponent du...

The GGG vs Canelo saga continues by Jarod Hamilton

April 6, 2018

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The top tier boxers in the world fight up to two times, maybe even three times a year. The Deontay Wilders’, Anthony Joshuas’, Errol Spences’, and the Gennady Golovkins’ of the world are in that category. All of them hold wor...

Change for NBA eligibility: Good or Bad? by Chris Samuel

April 3, 2018

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More than likely, your favorite NBA player either went to college for two years or less, or declared straight out of high school. However, realistically most fans don’t feel as if that matters, and that what they care about ...

The Score’s “way too early” MLB division winners prediction by Jarod Hamilton

March 29, 2018

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In an unusually quiet winter offseason for Major League Baseball, there were a couple of offseason moves that included; Giancarlo Stanton joining the Bronx Bombers (The New York Yankees), J.D. Martinez joining the Red Sox, an...

Because Aggies Do….Bowl by Kendall Rooks

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February 28, 2018

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The Lady Aggies have won their fourth -straight MEAC South title after dominating the competition this past weekend.         The Lady Aggies Bowling team is aiming to end its season this year at nationals, aftera heartbr...

The excellence of Aggie Athletics continues by TyRel Thompson

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February 28, 2018

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The athletic programs of N.C. A&T have been on the rise as a Historically Black College and University athletic powerehouse for several years and are continuing their ascent into 2018. So far this year, several of the athle...

Lavar Ball could change Basketball in the most “Lavar Ball” way possible by Bradford Brooks

January 10, 2018

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Who would have thought that a 50 year-old ex basketball player who never averaged more than two points per game in college would have the potential to change the landscape of college basketball? Well, the ever so popular and outsp...

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