Monthly Archives: November 2010

Jets Blow 16-point, Fourth-Quarter Lead, But Rally to Defeat Texans, 30-27 by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

The New York Jets took it easy on their fans by not going into overtime for a third-straight game. After blowing a 16-point, fourth-quarter lead to the Houston Texans that cleared half of the stadium, the Jets rallied for a … Continue reading

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Pimping His Child by Marc “Razz” Rasbury

I myself like to give people the benefit of the doubt and assume that folks are innocent until proven guilty. However, as this Cam Newton saga evolves down in Auburn, I’m starting to believe that there is fire because I’m … Continue reading

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Cam Newton Investigation Should Be An Eye Opener For NCAA by Aaron “The Inkwell” Smith November 18, 2010

Turn back the clock to 1991 when I first stepped foot on Clark Atlanta University’s Campus as a student, athlete, and musician. I was already on a full academic scholarship so playing saxophone on the university’s band and playing outfield … Continue reading

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The Inkwell College Football Power Rankings Week 11 By Aaron “The Inkwell” Smith November 18, 2010

1. Oregon Ducks- I am almost tempted to move them down a notch after last week’s lackluster performance against the California Golden Bears, in which the Ducks won 15-13.  I don’t know if it was the strategy(Bear’s players reportedly feigned … Continue reading

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Cowboys Turned on the Lights in Giants Blackout By Jason Clinkscales

It was nowhere close to the two-day 2003 blackout in our area, but the two power outages suffered in New Meadowlands Stadium certainly would have been a good side note if the New York Giants made a charged comeback. Yet, … Continue reading

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When is the Other Shoe Going to Drop By Marc “Razz” Rasbury

When is the other shoe going to drop? When will the clock strike midnight and the football turns back into a pumpkin? For the past month, the Jets have been lucky more than they have been good. They have gone … Continue reading

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What Has Happened to the Knicks by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

The 2010-2011 season for the New York Knicks started with lots of promise, with the signing of all-star Amar’e Stoudemire. Young players like Wilson Chandler, Toney Douglas, Raymond Felton, Landry Fields, Danilo Gallinari, Tomofey Mozgov, and Anthony Randolph gave Knick … Continue reading

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