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Black head coaches rare at top tier of college basketball

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Jeff Capel carries a measure of gratitude with him every time he paces the sideline at Petersen Events Center.
As he enters his second season as Pitt's basketball coach, he thinks of his late father who went from a volunteer JV high school coach to head coach of an NCAA tournament team in fewer than 20 ye ... (full story)


Tendonitis explained

We’re all familiar with the term tendonitis, and most of us––anyone who’s ever been involved in physical activities––has probably experienced a bout or two of this painful affliction.
Heck, had I a dollar for each and every area of my body that’s endured tendonitis, I’d be a rich m ... (full story)


Innovative Paul Brown voted NFL's greatest game changer

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Paul Brown's influence on professional football has been felt for decades. He is as responsible as anyone for making it America's most popular sport.
The innovative coach and powerful team owner has been voted the NFL's greatest game changer.
A nationwide panel of 57 media members selected the founder of the Cleveland Browns ... (full story)


The shoulder press

When talk turns to building strong, muscular shoulders, one exercise stands out among all others as the penultimate shoulder builder - the good old-fashioned shoulder press.
Sometimes called the overhead press, this exercise is not only great for building strong, muscular shoulders, but it can also help in developing a powerful ... (full story)


Siya's Springboks are exactly what Mandela envisioned

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SOMERSET WEST, South Africa (AP) — Black and white, they sat together on the edge of the dusty township street where Nelson Mandela once lived and watched their Springboks win the Rugby World Cup again.
The late Mandela would surely have liked what he saw — both the picture of unity among the South Africans watching ... (full story)