Ravens clinch playoff spot with 38-3 rout of Bengals
The Baltimore Ravens defense celebrates with cornerback Marcus Peters (24) after he intercepted a pass in the end zone intended for Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green during during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Jan. 3, 2021, in Cincinnati. After a Dec. 2 loss to Pittsburgh with Jackson on the COVID-19 list, the Ravens rebounded and won the next four. UP NEXTThe Ravens advance to the playoffs for the third straight year, will travel to either Tennessee or Indianapolis next weekend. The Bengals end another disappointing year and extend their playoff drought to five seasons.
Dalton returns to Cincy, leads Cowboys over Bengals 30-7
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton (14) celebrates a touchdown throw with wide receiver Amari Cooper (19) in the first half of an NFL football game against the Cincinnati Bengals in Cincinnati, Sunday, Dec. 13, 2020. Dalton wanted this win badly. Dalton finished 16 for 23 for 185 yards and two TDs, as the Cowboys stayed in contention in the weak NFC East. Cincinnati got within 10 at the end of the first half when Brandon Allen threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to A.J. Bengals: Allen injured his right leg late in the game and didn't return.
Tennessee Teen Named 'Homecoming Royalty' While Rocking Full-Length Gown
A Tennessee high school student led the homecoming court, resplendent in a gold gown and heels, after students decided to do away with gender-specific titles. Brandon Allen was crowned Friday night on the football field of White Station High School, where he was named "Homecoming Royalty" instead of king or queen. "Here's the thing: it's Brandon's right to run for homecoming royalty under Title IX. It's the students' choice of who they want to support as homecoming royalty. I'm going to do me.
Memphis boy wore dress to his homecoming coronation
LAKANA(CNN) - The students at White Station High School in Memphis, Tennessee, decided it was time for change. Typically students vote for who they want for homecoming king and queen, coveted titles in the social hierarchy of high schools all across the country. WSHS senior Brandon Allen was crowned Friday homecoming royalty, donning a gold dress. His high school posted a picture of him in the dress, holding a bouquet of flowers with crown. "It's the students' choice of who they want to support as homecoming royalty," said school principal Carrye Holland.