Colin Kaepernick’s company filed trademark for image of his face and hair

According to Darren Rovell of espn.com, last Friday Colin Kaepernick’s company,Inked Flash, filed a trademark. Apparently the trademark was for a black and white image of the former 49ers quarterback’s face and hair. Rovell further indicates the company plans on using the image on such products as jewelry and shampoo.                          The filing also stated it could be used in association with “production of television shows and films. As Kaepernick made plenty of news when he sat and then…

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2018 CIAA Football Championship makes its return to Salem Football Stadium

The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) announced it will host its 2018 Football Championship game Saturday, November 10 at Salem Stadium located in Salem-Roanoke, VA. The game pits the Conference’s Northernand Southern Division Champions against each other and  is scheduled for a 1:00 p.m. EST kickoff. The attendees to the game will have many family friendly activities-  a free Fan Zone including giveaways, interactive events, the Coca-Cola/Food Lion Tailgate Cook Off and appearances from drum lines and cheerleading squads from rival schools. Tickers for the game go on sale Monday,…

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SIAC Week 4 Players of the Week

From the SIAC.com:    ATLANTA, Ga. (September 24, 2018) – Terraris Saffold (Central State) was named Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) Football Offensive Player of the Week, while De’Micheal McQueen (Lane) earned Defensive Player of the Week, released by the league office on Monday. Turner Warren (Kentucky State) was also tabbed Special Teams Player of the Week alongside William Callaway (Morehouse) who earned Newcomer of the Week. OFFENSIVE – Terraris Saffold, Central State Running back  |  6’0  |  180  |  Hayneville, Ala. Saffold put together his best overall game as…

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SIAC Football Week 4 Recap

Visit the SIAC Football Scoreboard Here Football Scores: Missouri S&T 16, Tuskegee 7 Morehouse 23, Miles 21 Clark Atlanta 13, Kennesaw State University 70 Albany State 14, Lane 7 Central State 24, Kentucky State 6 Fort Valley State 20, Benedict 28 Missouri S&T 16, Tuskegee 7 TUSKEGEE, Ala. – Roderick Chapman returned Missouri S&T’s opening kickoff back 90 yards for a touchdown and never trailed Tuskegee, who dropped its home opener 16-7 Saturday afternoon at Cleve L. Abbott Memorial Alumni Stadium.  It would mark the first home loss since a…

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Tennessee State comes back from 21 down to defeat Eastern Illinois

from tsutigers.com:   CHARLESTON, ILL. — Trailing by as many as 21 points in the second quarter, the Tennessee State football team stormed all the way back to earn a hard-fought 41-40 road victory over Eastern Illinois on Saturday at O’Brien Field in the Ohio Valley Conference opener for both teams. Saturday marked the first win for TSU (2-0, 1-0 OVC) over EIU (0-4, 0-1 OVC) since the 2011 season. TSU took its first lead of the game with 7:31 to go in the fourth quarter when Demry Croft hit…

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Albany State gets first win of the season

After being outscored 110-35 in their first three games and going winless, the Albany State Golden Rams headed to Lane Field to take on the Lane Dragons needing a win in the worst way. After Lane and Albany State alternated punts on the first three possessions of the game, Albany State would initiate the game’s first score when a 4 play, 42 yard drive was capped off when Kelias Williams found Mike Green all alone for a 24-yard touchdown pass. The extra point gave the Golden Rams a 7-0 advantage.…

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September 22 MEAC football recap

From meacsports.com:   Visit the MEAC Scoreboard Here Norfolk State 17, South Carolina State 7 Duke 55, N.C. Central 13 Morgan State 16, North Carolina A&T 13 Howard 41, Bethune-Cookman 35 Florida A&M 31, Savannah State 13   Norfolk State 17, South Carolina State 7 ORANGEBURG, S.C. –  Juwan Carter passed for 281 yards and both threw and ran for a touchdown, and the Norfolk State defense came up with several big plays in a 17-7 win over South Carolina State on Saturday night at Oliver C. Dawson Stadium. Box Score |…

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September 22 MEAC football schedule

Here is today’s scheduled MEAC football action Savannah State Florida A&M 6:00 p.m. / Tallahassee, Fla. Norfolk State South Carolina State 6:00p.m. / Orangeburg, S.C. TV: ESPN3 / Watch ESPN Bethune-Cookman Howard University 3:00 p.m. /Indianapolis, Ind.(Conf.) TV: ESPN3 / ESPNU North Carolina Central Duke 3:30 p.m / Durham, N.C. Stats / TV: ACC Network ExtraVideo Morgan State North Carolina A&T State 6:00 PM / Greensboro, N.C. Radio: WEAA, 88.9 FM/. TV: ESPN3

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September 22 SIAC football schedule

Here is the schedule for today’s SIAC football action: Missouri S&T Tuskegee 1:00 p.m.Tuskegee, AL Video   Miles Morehouse 3:30 p.m.Chicago, IL Stats / Video Clark Atlanta Kennesaw State University 6 p.m.Kennesaw, GA Albany State Lane 2:00 pm Jacksonb, Tennessee(Conf.) Radio: Fox Sports 105.3 Video Central State Kentucky State 4:00 PM Frankfort, KY(Conf.) Video  

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Tennessee State game at Hampton cancelled due to Hurricane Florence

The Tennessee State/Hampton game that was scheduled for September 15 can now be added to the list of sporting events that are postponed or outright canceled because of Hurricane Florence bearing down on the East Coast. This is the second consecutive week the Tigers have had a game canceled due to inclement weather; the Southern Heritage Classic against Jackson State last week was canceled due to lightning. Like that contest, this game will not be rescheduled.

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