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Topic - Ralph David Abernathy
The last month was pure chaos for quarterback Brendon Kay and the Cincinnati Bearcats. That made Thursday night's Belk Bowl victory all the more rewarding.
America lost an unsung hero on Jan. 8 with the passing of Thomas H. Landess. To say that Tom was an accomplished Southern academic would be like saying that Robert H. Goddard was a guy who liked to tinker with rockets.