Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Women's College Basketball Scores, NFL News, Olympics w/ Lolo Jones & Academic Progress Report For Bowl Bound Schools: 12/4, Vol. 281, 2nd Edition


            What God has for me, it is for me…I know without a shadow of a doubt, that He will bring me out…so what God has for me, it is for me!  Welcome back to your Spiritual Sports Segment on Rhema Gospel Radio, I’m C.E.E.J.A.Y.!



Kelly Faris had a stat
that was soooo sweet!
Women’s College Basketball only had two ranked games that featured three ranked teams in action last night as 2nd ranked UConn clobbered, crushed and contained, alliteration, I Love It, 9th ranked Maryland 63-48 in the Jimmy V Classic as Kelly Faris was ballin’ outside of her mind as she filled the stat sheet with 8 points, 8 steals, 7 rebounds, and 7 assists and 23rd ranked Miami mollywopped Alcorn State 68-53 as Suriya McGuire had a career high of 13 points.







Nick Foles is the starting QB for the
Eagles for the rest of the season
For your NFL Quick Hits, Baltimore Ravens star linebacker Terrell Suggs suffered a torn biceps in Sunday's loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, a league source told ESPN, coach Andy Reid has officially named Nick Foles as the quarterback for the rest of the season even when Michael Vick returns from being out with a concussion, and finally, the appeal of Richard Sherman's four-game suspension is scheduled for December 14, which means the Seattle Seahawks cornerback will be able to play Sunday at home against Arizona.



Lolo Jones had her 1st bobsled
accident, but was unhurt
and even joked about it
For your Olympic Sporting News, Greg LeMond says the president of the International Cycling Union can't remain in his job while a panel examines possible links between the organization and the doping case involving Lance Armstrong and the three-time Tour de France winner said he would be willing to run cycling in the interim, Utah officials announced plans Monday for a longshot bid for another Winter Olympics, saying they already have the venues in place and have left behind the taint of scandal from the 2002 games, and finally, Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones has survived her first bobsled crash as the first-year bobsled push athlete was in a sled that tipped over during a training run Monday for this weekend's World Cup stop in Winterberg, Germany, however Jones and her driver were not injured.



In sporting news, a one percent increase from 68% to 69% was achieved from last year’s bowl bound schools to this year’s bowl schools, as a study revealed by the Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport.  However, the study also revealed a gap between African-American and white players persist.  The NCAA Academic Progress Rate has a target of 925 and 97% of schools received a score higher than the target. Richard Lapchick, who was the primary study author, is of the opinion that awareness raised by Education Secretary Arne Duncan and NCAAP President Ben Jealous was main catalyst in motivating schools to make progress by athletes a priority and he stated “I think the threat of the loss of scholarships has great meaning for coaches today.”

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