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More internships on the horizon for students interested in sports entertainment careers, thanks to a privately funded program.
Jade Thomas brings her love of the game to the viewers as part of the student-led broadcast program Rebel Report.
Inspired by his love of sports, Dominic Lavoie brings fresh energy to sports journalism.
Senior film major Teneka Ash dives into sports journalism as a member of the Rebel Report team.
Athletics In The News
It was between the war and the start of the city’s population boom that Jack and Maxine Cason came to Las Vegas. As their success grew, so did the city. “I saw an opportunity where if you worked hard, you could make something of yourself. The city grew, and I just grew with it,” Cason, then 77, said in a Review-Journal story before his induction into the Southern Nevada Sports Hall of Fame in 2004.
No matter the outcome, Super Bowl LVII is making history. When the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs clash on Feb. 12, Eagles assistant performance coach Autumn Lockwood will stand on the sidelines as the first Black woman to coach in the event’s history.
The Super Bowl will see one local face on the sidelines when the two teams battle it out later this month. Eagles assistant coach Autumn Lockwood is set to be the first black woman to coach in a Super Bowl, joining a list of three other women to ever coach in the championship game.
Super Bowl LVII is shaping up to be the best one yet (and no, not just because Rihanna is performing at halftime). This year represents a series of monumental firsts for Black athletes, coaches, agents, and fans.
Philadelphia Eagles assistant sports performance coach Autumn Lockwood is poised to make Super Bowl history. Upon kickoff, Lockwood becomes just the fourth woman to coach in the Super Bowl and the first Black female to do so.
CPR on the field and an ambulance taking a player to the hospital. Monday night in Cincinnati represented the worst-case scenario. “This was unprecedented. It’s like nothing I’ve ever seen before,” Las Vegas Raiders Chief Medical Officer Dr. Navdeep Singh said.