When New Orleans Saints kicker Wil Lutz drilled a 43- yard field goal with 25 seconds to go to give the Saints a 24-23 lead over the Minnesota Vikings in Sunday’s divisional playoff game, long-suffering Vikings fans began to feel a little déjà vu. Another loss. Another playoff disappointment. Another cold winter devoid of a Super Bowl championship that has … Continue reading “Miracle in Minnesota–Vikings Win!”
Junior forward Kaylee Allen led the Savannah State University women’s basketball team (2-13, 0-4 MEAC) with 17 points, while freshman center Alexxus Sowell recorded a career-high with 15 rebounds as the Lady Tigers fell to Howard University (6-11, 2-2 MEAC) 87-59 Monday in Tiger Arena. Allen added seven rebounds, four steals, two assists and two blocks, while Sowell added eight … Continue reading “WBB Falls to Howard Monday”
The Atlanta Falcons had so many chances, but in the end they just couldn’t finish the deal. Tonight they lost to the Philadelphia Eagles 15-10 in the divisional round of the NFC playoffs.
Savannah recently played host to Georgia Soccer Hall of Famer, former Atlanta Pro Goalkeeper, Graham Tutt. Tutt was researching the “Savannah Soccer Market” as the League Commissioner of a new professional indoor soccer league called, ACTION Indoor Soccer. AIS. Tutt highly ranks the Savannah Civic Center (seating capacity 6,000) and the Savannah Soccer Community “very much in the running and … Continue reading “Men’s Professional Indoor Soccer Franchise in Savannah?”