"Claude Brown" is the author of Manchild in the Promised Land, published to critical acclaim in 1965, which tells the story of his coming of age during the 1940s and 1950s in Harlem. He also published Children of Ham (1976).

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They were a well-prepared football team and they capitalized on the mistakes. Sometimes mistakes happen and teams do not capitalize on them. They did a great job of doing that. They're a good football team. We have to go back to the drawing board and fix the problem.

I was told she and her husband were getting a divorce and that she wanted to keep the property, ... After a year she was to refinance it and when it was paid off my credit score would go up.

I thought we were more disciplined than that, ... We made too many mistakes and had too many penalties and Steubenville did a nice job of capitalizing on them.

You can not make all of those mistakes and expect a good team like Steubenville not to make you pay, ... We struggled all night to get anything going offensively, and once we did we either turned it over or had a stupid penalty, so we have to go back to work and correct some things.

You don't mess with a man's money; you don't mess with a man's woman; you don't mess with a man's family or his manhood these were a man's principles . . .

He was frustrated, but kept it to himself. After the Penn State game (a 17-10 loss, Pittman gaining only 58 yards), Antonio talked to some people behind the scenes. Look at what he's done since.

I didn't know anything until December 2004 when I went to purchase a vehicle and was told there was a foreclosure on my credit and I wouldn't be able to get the car, ... I've still got a red flag on my credit.