4/2/2018- With all the talk of the men’s NCAA title, Guy and Sybil bring up what an amazing game Notre Dame’s women’s basketball team had and how the WNBA is terribly underrated. Also, the Tom Joyner Jinx is alive and well as Loyola-Chicago lost in the semi-finals. We know you mean well Tom, but seriously! READ […]

Little Known Black History Facts

The world of collegiate basketball witnessed history on this day in 1984 after the Georgetown Hoyas men’s team vanquished the Houston Cougars in the NCAA basketball championship game. The win made Hoyas coach John Thompson the first Black coach to win a major college basketball title. Georgetown University’s hire of Thompson, a former Boston Celtics […]


ATLANTA (AP) — Alabama’s latest group of hotshot recruits delivered on college football’s biggest stage. And the Crimson Tide needed every big play from them. Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa capped a second-half comeback with a 41-yard touchdown pass in overtime to fellow freshman DeVonta Smith in Monday night’s 26-23 win over Georgia to give the Tide […]

At this weekend’s Women’s Division 1 swimming games for the annual NCAA Championship, an awesome feat occurred–three Black women earned the top three spots in the…

Coach Nolan Richardson will be honored during Final Four this weekend. The legendary coach of the Arkansas Razorbacks initiated the “Forty Minutes of Hell” defense that took his team to the NCAA Championship in 1994. In 22 years with the Razorbacks, he went to the tournament 20 times. Richardson was also a member of the […]

Exclusives, If You Missed It, Little Known Black History Facts, Newsletter

In 1966, Black players took part in the Men’s Division I NCAA Basketball Championship for the first time. Although the 1954 Brown vs. Board of Education decision banned discrimination in public schools, most the of the Southern athletic teams remained all-white. But a pioneering team was on the brink of changing the unwritten rules of […]