Historical Black College and Universities are institutions that were created before the Civil Rights of 1964 as schools primarily serving African Americans. There are 107 HBCU schools and these schools are known for their close-knit communities, great educational systems, and cultivation of the skills of present and future leaders in sports and society. Athletically, theseContinue reading “Top Prospect commits to Howard: Its Time for More Athletes to Consider HBCU’s”
The biggest criticism of the NCAA Transfer Portal, since it was created in 2019, has been the idea that it makes it too easy for student-athletes to transfer. Some people in the collegiate athletics sphere claim that this makes recruiting less valuable, and rewards players who sit on the bench for a year and decideContinue reading “Breaking the Transfer Stigma: Masters Pursuits and NBA dreams”
What do all athletes have in common? Confidence. Or lack-there-of.
What the different types of offers are, what they mean, and how much financial aid is involved.
Earlier this year, the news that Barstool Sports and the Call Her Daddy Podcast series couldn’t agree on contractual terms became big news. It’s not often that drama from a podcast series makes national news, but earlier this month, millions of listeners tuned in to hear about the controversy that took the Call Her DaddyContinue reading “What the Call Her Daddy Podcast Controversy showed us about College Athletes”