In the 1920s, black drivers tried to arrange racing circuits, But the prize money was meager at best.Nevertheless, Scott set his sights on breaking into organized racing.The Book Fair display will be in the library beginning Monday, May 22nd through Friday, May 26th.Click on the link for detailed instructions to activate your parent account.He scored 15 touchdowns in his senior year at University of the Cumberlands, logging eight receiving touchdowns, three rushing scores and four return touchdowns (three kickoffs, one punt return).Williams (5'11/174) bounced around community colleges and tiny schools before arriving at Minneapolis' Regional Combine this winter.
There are many excellent books available for purchase and other items such as posters, pencils and pens."The Wire" and "Treme" actor Wendell Pierce's home was destroyed by flooding in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 11 years after his childhood home was ravaged by Hurricane Katrina.The 52-year-old Louisiana native revealed the news Sunday on Twitter.He'd often ask me if I'd have the nerve to get out there and run.I'd tell him, 'shucks, yes,' I could do it." Scott started racing at the Danville Fairgrounds Speedway.All of these photos will be showcased in The Education Center at The Wall on the National Mall in Washington, D. To learn more about the effort to collect these photos and ensure their faces will never be forgotten, visit We must never forget the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. Help us build the Education Center at The Wall so their legacies are never forgotten.A 26-year-old UDFA out of small-school Cumberlands, Williams has blazing speed and an interesting backstory, though he caught just two preseason passes for 16 yards.He'll need to carve out a role on special teams to have any hope of sticking on the 53-man roster. "There was a learning curve for him, but he's another guy who's really dedicated to learning and making some strides.A track star in the NAIA, Williams clocked 4.19 (you read that right) with a 45-inch vertical after averaging 30.5 yards per catch (15-457) at the University of Cumberlands and scoring 15 touchdowns, including four on returns.Already 25 years old, Williams' best bet may be to carve out an NFL niche as a dynamic return specialist.