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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Trump, Mexican President Emphasize Respect But Clash on Border Wall


Donald Trump and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto came away from Wednesday's meeting in Mexico City with different accounts on whether they had discussed if Mexico would pay for a wall between the two nations in order to stem illegal immigration.

Four Golden Tigers named to BCFHOF Award Watch List


ATLANTA | The Black College Football Hall of Fame (BCFHOF) announced today the establishment of the Black College Football Player of the Year Award. It will be presented annually to the most outstanding football player from a Historically Black College & University (HBCU).

Tickets go on sale for Whitewater Classic on Thursday

TUSKEGEE, Ala. | Tickets go on sale for the Whitewater Classic on Thursday, September 1 in the Tuskegee University athletic office. The game features conference foes Tuskegee and Albany State inside Garrett-Harrison Stadium on September 10 in Phenix City. Kickoff is set for 5 pm (est).

Tickets are $10 for students and $15 for adults if purchased in advance. Tickets will be $20 the day of the game.

The Golden Tigers will be the home team this season and seated on the press box side of the stadium. The game will also be broadcast on the Tuskegee Digital Network.

2016 Auburn Football Opener Sold Out


AUBURN, Ala. – The Auburn Athletics ticket office has announced a sellout for Saturday’s football 2016 opener vs. Clemson at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Game time is set for 8 p.m. CT on ESPN.

'FULL FORCE': Kamryn Pettway Fits in as Auburn Tailback

AUBURN, Ala. — Kamryn Pettway was a blocking H-back who didn't have a carry last season.

Gus Malzahn promises things will be different this year.

"Kamyrn has gone full force at the tailback positon," Malzahn said on the SEC teleconference Wednesday. "The focus hasn't been so much at H-back like it was last year with the blocking and all that. He's really been focused on carrying the ball. I'm really looking forward to watching him this season, watching him develop as a running back. He played that position in high school and did a very good job. I'm excited to see his progression this year."

Inside the Oscars Deal: What it Means for ABC and the Academy

When Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science officials approached Walt Disney Corp. CEO Bob Iger last year seeking a long-term extension of ABC’s deal to broadcast the Academy Awards, the response within Disney-ABC was enthusiastic. ABC is the lone broadcast network without a professional football contract. It hosts no Super Bowls, no Thursday or Sunday-night NFL telecasts. It has no Olympics, no World Series, no Grammys. When it comes to marquee event programming, ABC boasts the Oscars, the NBA Finals and that’s it.

On Monday, ABC and the Academy announced that they had indeed extended their Oscars agreement through 2028. A source with knowledge of the negotiations told Variety that talks began a year ago, initiated by the Academy, despite the fact that the predecessor deal was not set to run out until 2020.

L.A. Mayor Calls for Expanded Tax Credits for Visual Effects


Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, appearing on Wednesday at the opening of a new visual effects facility in Sherman Oaks, Calif., said that he would like to see a boost in state tax credits for that type of work and other kinds of post-production.