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The world gasped when Muhammad Ali publicly spoke out against the Vietnam War in 1967 and refused to join the military. As a result, he had his heavyweight title stripped and his boxing license suspended, costing him nearly four years in the prime of his career. More than...

source: By Nick Merrill
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Lake-Sumter College (Florida) recently held a special ceremony for 2014 NJCAA Lea Plarski Award winner Chris Blanton. The ceremony included a special presentation of the prestigous award to Blanton, who is currently attending the University of Central Florida.

source: Daily Commercial via NJCAA

A full year to research recruits and team needs made a significant junior college difference, Arkansas football coach Bret Bielema said recently. Bielema never said he would quit recruiting junior colleges cold turkey, only that he would be more selective.

source: NWA Online

The recent nationally televised game between No. 5 Auburn and No. 20 Kansas State showcased a growing trend in a sport that normally lavishes praise upon high-profile high school football recruits. Both quarterbacks — Auburn's Nick Marshall and Kansas State's Jake...

source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

A football game between a pair of junior colleges could spark an economic boost in Southern Arizona. The Oct. 4 game pits Pima Community College against perennial powerhouse Scottsdale Community College at Earl J. Kelly Field in Sahuarita. Sahuarita High Coach David Rodriguez,...

source: Green Valley News and Sun

Northeast Mississippi Community College has selected its seventh class of honorees to be enshrined into its Sports Hall of Fame. Gaylon Baird, Ned Davis, Jerry Long, Brenda Mayes and Chase Porch will be inducted during a ceremony in the Claude Wright Room of the Haney Union.

source: NEMCC Athletics via WTVA-TV

Researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington analyzed data on 14,268 teens and found that family structure and parental education can significantly impact teens' substance use. The latest study revealed that parental education and family structure were more influential...

source: Counsel & Heal


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