Justin Timberlake performed in Cleveland over the weekend and LeBron James jumped on stage, literally stopping the show. Apparently, Justin had no idea LeBron was going to jump on stage. LeBron and Justin ended up toasting. A MOMENT. Had no idea @kingjames was jumping on stage tonight. Thanks for celebrating with us, Cleveland…cheers! A post shared by Justin Timberlake (@justintimberlake) on Mar 31, 2018 at 10:26pm PDT Source:...Read More
Miami Heat all-star Dwyane Wade visits students at Stoneman Douglas High School in the wake of the deadly shooting. “I’m proud to say I’m from this state because of you guys.” https://t.co/JYJeZh70CK pic.twitter.com/9QmvMnrYe5 — ABC News (@ABC) March 8, 2018 ...Read More
Women have been setting the standard through many business ventures throughout the years, and Melissa Harville-Lebron is no different. Her plan to scare her sons out of taking up the hobby of racing cars only led her to become the first African American woman to own a team licensed by NASCAR. According to Black Enterprise, Harville-Lebron’s experience with racecars began when she took her sons to a NASCAR experience event at Charlotte Super Speedway, with hopes of stopping them from taking up the sport. However, that didn’t work. She said, “I got invited to a NASCAR experience and I brought...Read More
JUST IN: The Cleveland Indians will stop using their Chief Wahoo logo on game jerseys and caps starting in 2019.
The ban includes only on-field displays of the logo. The Cleveland Indians will stop using their Chief Wahoo logo on game jerseys and caps starting in 2019, according to The Associated Press. The decision has the support of the MLB, which has urged the team to decrease its use of the logo in recent years. Notably, the logo won’t be going away entirely. The ban extends only to on-field displays, meaning Chief Wahoo will still be a fixture on merchandise that’s available throughout northern Ohio. Read...Read More
A new bill would reportedly force the Indianapolis Colts to offer refunds to anybody offended by a player kneeling during the national anthem.
A bill authored by an Indiana lawmaker would reportedly force the Indianapolis Colts to offer refunds to any ticket purchasers who are offended because a member of the team kneels during the national anthem. Such legislation, which effectively imposes a fine if private citizens express a political viewpoint the state disapproves of, violates the Constitution’s promise of free speech. As the Supreme Court explained in Boos v. Barry, laws prohibiting individuals “from engaging in classically political speech” strike “at the core of the First Amendment.” Led by former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, many NFL players began kneeling during the national anthem...Read More
- Titans Split Doubleheader With Cleveland State April 18, 2018
- Titans Return to Road for Thursday Contest at Coastal Carolina April 18, 2018
- Schulert, Henry Tabbed Horizon League All-Academic April 18, 2018
- Women's Basketball Welcomes Jiera Shears to Titan Family April 18, 2018
- Vangalen Selected To The USILA Team Of The Week April 17, 2018