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Morehead State blows out Union (KY) 114-67

Morehead State blows out Union (KY) 114-67

MOREHEAD, Ky. (AP) Morehead State had eight players score in double figures as it blew out Union (Ky.) 114-67 Sunday in a nonconference matchup.

Milton Chavis and Drew Kelly each scored 15 points, and Jason Holmes and Bruce Reed scored 12 apiece to help Morehead State (6-8) total its most points since 2005.

Devon Atkinson and Angelo Warner added 11 points each for the Eagles, and Cordell James and Chad Posthumus both chipped in with 10.

Ahead 12-8, Chavis' jumper at the 15:47 mark sparked a 28-10 run for the Eagles, putting them on top 40-18 with 5:29 left in the half. Morehead State led at halftime 55-32.

NAIAs Union (7-7), shot just 37.9 percent (11 for 29) in the second half, and the Eagles scored 17 fast break points in the half to run away with the victory.

Tyler Wagner made seven 3-pointers and led the Bulldogs with 24 points.

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Patriots' Julian Edelman invites DeSean Jackson to Holocaust museum in D.C.

Patriots' Julian Edelman invites DeSean Jackson to Holocaust museum in D.C.

DeSean Jackson's Instagram posts containing anti-Semitic quotes falsely attributed to Adolf Hitler has put the Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver at the center of racial controversy. 

Jackson has since apologized for his actions and the Eagles released a statement condemning what their player did. Meanwhile, former NBA star Stephen Jackson has defended the wide receiver, saying Philadelphia "threatened to fire" DeSean over the incident and described his posts as "speaking the truth."

Another well-known athlete has now offered his thoughts on the situation in New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman. Edelman is Jewish, and while he acknowledged Jackson saying "ugly things," he wants to use this as an opportunity to educate.

In a video Edelman posted, he invited Jackson to tour the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C., and in return, he would accompany Jackson to D.C.'s Museum of African-American History and Culture.

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“I think the black and Jewish communities have a lot of similarities,” Edelman said. “One unfortunate similarity is that they are both attacked by the ignorant and the hateful.

“We need to listen, we need to learn, we need to act,” he said. “We need to have those uncomfortable conversations, if we’re gonna have real change. So to that end, DeSean, let’s do a deal. How ’bout we go to D.C. and I take you to the Holocaust Museum, and then you take me to the Museum of African-American History and Culture. Afterward, we grab some burgers, and we have those uncomfortable conversations.”

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Edelman shared his own experience of anti-Semitism as well, but also made note of the importance of the Black Lives Matter movement. 

"I remember experiencing a little bit of this hate in 2011 when I was called a [expletive] on the football field," he said. "There's no room for anti-Semitism in this world. Even though we're talking about anti-Semitism, I don't want to distract from how important the Black Lives Matter movement is, how we need to stay behind it."

Since the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum began operations in 1993, the museum has seen over 40 million visitors from over 211 countries. The Museum of African-American History and Culture opened in 2016 and has since seen over two million visitors and has more than 40,000 objects in its collection. 

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Amid internal pressure from investors, last week the Washington Redskins announced they will conduct a 'thorough review' of their team name. 

On Thursday, the trio from the Redskins Talk podcast - JP Finlay, Mitch Tischler and Pete Hailey - will be joined by former Washington Redskins cornerback Fred Smoot at 5 p.m. on Thursday to talk about everything going on around the team's name.

Want to ask the group a question? Leave it in the event discussion on Facebook.

When: Thursday, July 9
Time: 5 p.m. ET
Where: NBC Sports Washington's Facebook page (click here)

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