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Ronald Clark

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Ronald P. Clark has been all over in his short journalism career. A San Diego, Ca. native, Clark attended Hampton University in Hampton, Va., earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Print Journalism. He has interned with the Colorado Springs Gazette, Tallahassee Democrat and with MLB.com covering the San Diego Padres, and most recently worked as a high school sports reporter at The Record in Woodland County, NJ. He is an aspiring screenwriter, published poet and magazine columnist who lives to feed his hunger to write.

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Raiders RB Darren McFadden unlikely to play

The Oakland Raiders may be without running back Darren McFadden for the fourth straight game as he continues to recover from a high ankle sprain.

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Jovan Belcher's agent shocked by his actions

Murder-suicide leaves Jovan Belcher's agent in disbelief.

Baylor outguns Oklahoma State

Bears get big performances on offense as they hold onto their big early lead to upset the Cowboys.

Vols reportedly offer Gruden

ESPN commentator and former NFL coach Jon Gruden has reportedly been offered the head coaching position with the University of Tennessee and is mulling over the offer.

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Warriors hang on to beat the Nuggets at home

David Lee led the Warriors to a win in a close call against the Nuggets on Thursday night on TNT.

Grand Canyon University joins the WAC

Grand Canyon will begin participating in WAC regular season games in 2013.

Case McCoy to start for injured David Ash

The Texas Longhorns will turn to Case McCoy in the wake of David Ash's ribs injury.

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Chad Henne leads Jaguars to second win of season

The Jacksonville Jaguars look to be performing better under the veteran savvy of Chad Henne as they secured just their second win of the season after knocking off the Tennessee Titans.

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Asante Samuel joins Dunta Robinson on sidelines

Asante Samuel appears to have hurt his shoulder during the Falcons game against the Buccaneers and is now questionable to return.

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Bears OL Chris Spencer questionable to return

Bears offensive lineman Chris Spencer injured his knee against Vikings and his return is questionable.

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