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Mo Alie-Cox now on Colts practice squad

Mo Alie-Cox made his reputation in sneakers. Now he’s trying to make a living in cleats.

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VSU picked to win CIAA basketball title

Two proven college big men and an All-State guard are among the additions to a Virginia State University basketball program that is the pre-season pick to win the CIAA title.

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VSU ready to rumble with Bowie State

Two senior quarterbacks with glistening credentials will be center stage Saturday, Oct. 13, in Bowie, Md.

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For the record books: VUU drubs Lincoln 90-0 at homecoming

Looking back, Virginia Union University football has been on a historical roll. Gazing ahead, there are bumps in the road.

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Penn State Coach James Franklin on course to win NCAA title

Coach James Franklin is in position to make history one day. It possibly could happen as early as this season. The talented Penn State coach seems a strong bet to become the first African-American coach to win an NCAA collegiate football title on the highest level.

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VSU kicks it up a notch to beat Shaw 34-17

The 2018 Virginia State University football team is starting to look a lot like the 2017 version, which is exciting news around Ettrick.

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MLB playoffs start Oct. 4

After a grinding seven-month regular season, Major League Baseball is starting all over this week with playoffs leading to the World Series.

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VUU QB ties touchdown school record

Darius Taylor’s initials are “D.T.” but “T.D.” might be more apropos. Virginia Union University’s senior quarterback is on a touchdown passing binge.

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Cleveland Browns one of 1st NFL teams to add African-American players

It’s a major surprise now when the Cleveland Browns win a football game. Winless in 2017, the Browns defeated the New York Jets Sept. 17 for its first win since December 2016.

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Taylor scores 3 TDs as Panthers spring to victory

Virginia Union University tailback Tabyus Taylor has the size of a lineman but the speed of a sprinter. That rare combination of physical gifts has made him the CIAA’s most feared running back at this juncture.

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