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TSU alumn, Chris Rowland, lands spot on Falcons despite the cancellation of the HBCU Combine - On Mon April 27, after the 2020 NFL Draft came to a conclusion, the Atlanta Falcons announced the 20 undrafted free agents that signed contracts with the Dirty Birds. That list included the 2019 Black College Football Player of the Year, Chris Rowland, a wide receiver from Tennessee State University. Rowland was recognized in Atlanta […]
Georgia State’s Devin Gentry speaks about pro day performance - The Georgia State University football program currently has five active players in the National Football League and are preparing to add more Panther talent onto the next level. As the only athlete from GSU to participate in the schools pro day on March 10, wide receiver Devin Gentry is ready to be the next man […]
Georgia football alumni waiting on next opportunity amid the cancellation of the XFL - The XFL released a statement on March 12 notifying fans that the remainder of the inaugural season had been cancelled amid the Coronavirus. With the NFL free agency period in full swing, this decision by the XFL will affect many athletes who were using the league as a platform to build an NFL career    […]
Sun Belt Tournament seeding comes down to regular season finale for Georgia State men’s basketball - On February 28th the Georgia State Panthers fell to the Georgia Southern Eagles 79-70 in the Georgia State Sports Arena. The Panthers fell to the Eagles at home for the first time in 28 years. Not only did the Panthers lose to their rival at home, but their most recent loss also hurt their conference […]
West Georgia Pulls Out A Close Victory At Home Over Auburn Montgomery - West Georgia got off to a good start jumping out to a 21-10 lead with about 10 minutes left. The Wolves led by as many as 16 in the half, but the Warhawks made a late run to cut it to 10 before the break. The haltime score was 38-28. The 2nd half both teams […]
2020 SIAC Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament Bracket Released - The Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) reveals its 2020 conference championship brackets which feature 13 women’s teams and 14 men’s teams vying for the SIAC crown. The women’s bracket will kick off tournament competition on Monday morning at the Rock Hill Indoor Sport & Event Center at 11 a.m. as No. 4 Eastern Division seed, […]
Women’s Basketball: West Georgia Is Resilient In Win Against Auburn Montgomery - Auburn Montgomery got off to a hot start in the 1st quarter as they made 5-12 three pointers clinging to a 21-10 lead after one quarter of play. Jordan Brewster had the hot hand for the Warhawks going 3-5 from downtown in the period. West Georgia started to make their run in the 2nd period, […]
Men’s Basketball: West Georgia And West Alabama Go Down To The Wire - The first half was a back and fourth affair, with 4 ties and 2 lead changes. UWG went into the locker room at halftime leading 32-28. LaJuan Hardy had a strong effort in the 1st half, leading the Tigers with 11 points on an efficient 5-7 from the field. Michael Zabetakis had a solid 1st […]
The Lady Wolves Intense Defense Stifles West Alabama, As They Roll To Victory - West Georgia was the first team to hit in this contest, coming out very focused and intense, applying full-court pressure after made baskets and dead-ball situations. Their full-court pressure was able to throw the Lady Tigers off rhythm, forcing them into 7 1st quarter turnovers. UWG also started hot from the field, led by Ashley […]
Aggies Move Up in Conference Standings - Aggies Move Up in Conference Standings  By: Teyah Glenn  The North Carolina A&T Men’s Basketball Team played rival North Carolina Central University winning the game with a final score of 60-77, resulting in the Aggies standing at number two in the Mid-Eastern Atlantic Conference, (MEAC) and pushing the NCCU Eagles down to number three.  Lines […]