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Legacy, Tradition Trump Football at Annual Game

Hampton and Howard took to the gridiron Saturday in the AT&T Nation's Football Classic, but as many in attendance would attest, the event was less about the game itself than the atmosphere.

Redskins Fall to Cowboys, Drop to 0-2

To lose to an archenemy is bad enough, but it'll sting a bit more for the Washington Redskins after Sunday's 27-23 home loss to the Dallas Cowboys because they dug their own grave with a costly turnover — and an ...

HBCUs Battle for 'Real HU' Crown in Annual Football Classic

Spectators from around the nation are set to converge on D.C. this weekend as historical black universities Howard and Hampton battle take the gridiron to find out which is the "real HU."

Redskins Trounced by Steelers in Season Opener, 38-16

The 2016 season got off to a rocky start for the Washington Redskins.

Wizards Unveil 'Stars and Stripes' Uniforms to Honor Military

The Washington Wizards will honor members of the military this season with a new "Stars and Stripes" uniform, the team announced Thursday.

AT&T Nation's Football Classic Partners with The Shadow League

The AT&T Nation's Football Classic, featuring the Howard Bison and Hampton Pirates in the "Battle for the Real HU" at RFK Stadium in D.C. on Sept. 17, has reached an agreement for The Shadow League to be its official media ...

Howard, Hampton Wage Battle for 'Real HU'

While this year's AT&T Nation's Football Classic aims to settle bragging rights on the football field, it's safe to say the event will be more than just a football game.

Berlin Wasn't Just Jesse Owens' Olympics

Filmmaker Deborah Riley Draper's documentary, "Olympic Pride, American Prejudice," tells the stories the other black Olympians with Jesse Owens at the 1936 Summer Games.

Wizards Announce 2016-17 Schedule

The Washington Wizards announced their 2016-17 regular season schedule Thursday, including their home opener on Wednesday, Nov. 2, against the Toronto Raptors.

Summer Olympics Begin Friday with Opening Ceremony

Issues of security, safety and the possible contraction of the Zika virus either have some participants and their families fearful and worried or even unwilling to attend.

HBCU Grad Headed to Olympics in Rio

The joy is still difficult for her to convey, but Coppin State University alum Christina Epps is on her way to Rio to compete in the 2016 Summer Olympics.

The Williams Sisters Reign Supreme

Serena Williams reclaimed her position of dominance in women's tennis last weekend after taking the Wimbledon singles title in straight sets over Germany’s Angelique Kerber. Hours later she teamed up with older sister Venus Williams to easily snag their sixth ...

D.C. Divas Advance to Championship Game

For the first time in team history, the D.C. Divas have won back-to-back conference championships. More importantly, the Divas now have one shot at an even bigger back-to-back accomplishment.

Serena Wins Wimbledon, Ties Graf's Slam Record

Serena Williams won her seventh Wimbledon title Saturday, defeating German Angelique Kerber 7-5, 6-3 on Centre Court to capture her 22nd major title.

Four Nationals Named to NL All-Star Team

Four Washington Nationals players were named 2016 Major League All-Stars this week.

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