Tag Archives: College Football

Snoop’s son, Cordell Broadus, comes out homosexual via Instagram model shoot?

Snoop Dogg’s son comes out homo?  Blog King, Mass Appeal LOS ANGELES — First it was Magic Johnson’s son. Then Dwyane Wade’s kid. Now it’s apparently the Dogfather’s turn. Cordell Broadus — Snoop’s Dogg son — appears to be the latest celebrity whippersnapper to come out the closet. Yep, young Cordell is reportedly full-blown Liberace gay. The 22-year-old millennial posted ...

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Toni Harris makes football history as ‘first’ woman to secure non-kicker scholarship

Woman makes football history.  Blog King, Mass Appeal DETROIT — She’s in the history books. Toni Harris, a diminutive defensive back with huge NFL dreams, just became the first woman to garner a non-kicking football scholarship. On Tuesday, the 5-foot-7, 130-pound safety signed a letter of intent with Central Methodist University — an NAIA school in Fayette, Missouri. “It feels ...

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Despite shaky English, Jackson selected by Baltimore Ravens in 1st round of NFL draft

Jackson must fix public speaking. Blog King, Mass Appeal BALTIMORE — Everybody knows Heisman trophy winner Lamar Jackson doesn’t articulate well and his English is borderline atrocious. But he’s arguably the most physically-gifted quarterback selected in the 2018 NFL Draft. “I see him as a faster, potentially better, Michael Vick,” said a scout who believes Jackson’s upside is significantly higher ...

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Video shows Sooners halfback Joe Mixon punching a white female in the face

Joe Mixon video finally released. Blog King, Mass Appeal NORMAN — The graphic video of Oklahoma Sooners halfback Joe Mixon punching a female student in 2014 has been released and it’s gone mad viral [WARNING: Viewer Discretion Advised]. The footage shows victim Amelia Molitor sitting at a table inside Pickleman’s sandwich shop when Mixon walks up. After they exchange words, ...

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Black coaches, like Charlie Strong, are failing making it so difficult for others

Loss to Jayhawks very last straw. Mass Appeal Commentary LAWRENCE — There’s only a handful of African-American head coaches in NCAA Division I big revenue sports [football and basketball] which leads us to the ill-fated philosophies of Good Times’ James Evans who once told his wife Florida blacks are the “last hired and first fired.” Before we get started, let’s give ...

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