"It could have been the secret to my success or the secret to my demise," a wistful Serena Williams says of her 2013 season.
When a solemn Falcons head coach Mike Smith was asked a question about the play-offs during after last week’s beat down from the Seattle Seahawks, you also most expected him to respond like former Indianapolis Head Coach Jim Mora with, ...
The Clark Atlanta University Panthers wrap up their 2013 season and the maiden voyage of Head Coach Kevin Weston this Saturday when they travel to Baton Rouge, La to face Southern University.
The news of the Atlanta Braves moving 12 miles north of Atlanta to Cobb County has caused more concerned and reaction among Atlanta area residents than the recent election.
The Atlanta Braves are planning to leave downtown Atlanta.
The 2-6 Morehouse Maroon Tigers have two more opportunities to salvage something out of their disappointing 2013 season beginning this weekend when they travel to Peach County to take on the Fort Valley State Wildcats.
Six weeks ago was the last time a team was a unanimous selection in the Boxtorow coaches and media polls.
It’s homecoming week in the Atlanta University Center as Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse and Spelman Colleges all welcome back alumni to their campuses for a variety of activities.
Grambling players say they are ending their boycott after speaking with former coach Doug Williams, who advised them to, "Go out there and play football."
When Atlanta Falcons Matt Ryan was told at the post-game press conference that he had his highest QB rating that the general football fan doesn’t understand or even care about, he just shrugged.
The 2-4 Maroon Tigers of Morehouse College will attempt to avoid a third consecutive loss Saturday when they travel to Dougherty County as the homecoming guests of Albany State who themselves are smarting from a 37-31 loss last weekend to ...
A 2-year-old boy who was reportedly the son of Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson died Friday of injuries he suffered after allegedly being abused, police said.
Last weekend was a red letter day for CAU which won its first game of the 2013 season and moved to second place in the SIAC Eastern Division standings.
The battle of two Carolina schools in Atlanta caused some shifts this week in the Boxtorow coaches’ and media polls.
A blocked punt, field goal and a 65 yard scoring play, all in the second half, allowed underdog South Carolina State to upset unbeaten North Carolina A&T, 29-24 Saturday.