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Hampton’s Better Than Howard In Football…For Now


The Hampton-Howard football rivalry dates back to 1908 and has fluctuated back and forth over the last four decades. Hampton leads the all-time series with a record of 49-42-1 and the Pirates are seemingly putting some separation between themselves

HBCU Football- Back To The MEAC Mountaintop


In the 1980s and 90s, North Carolina A&T was one of the mainstays of black college football on the East Coast. A&T won five championships in an 18 year span and was probably the best program in the MEAC not named Florida A&M. 

SWAC Reveals New Logos For 2013 Football And Basketball Championships


The Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) released their 2013 football and basketball championship logos today. This comes after the conference, the first HBCU league to host two championships in pr

Phoenix Suns And Mercury Owner Robert Sarver Has Billions, But He Realizes There’s No...

The Robert Sarver saga seems to have finally found its amicable resolution.  Reports say Phoenix Suns owner Sarver has succumbed to the public pressure and...

MARCH MADNESS THROWBACK: The Legend Of Patrick Ewing 

Growing up, as a Bulls fan, I had many reasons to have a great disdain towards No.33, but not for real, for real. Deep...

Power Of the Plant: Al Harrington’s Cannabis Empire Is A Medical Miracle  

Former NBA player Al Harrington came straight out of St. Patrick’s High School in Elizabeth, N.J. into the league, and when the baller who...

Red Bull: Why Street Dancing Is The Rhythm Of The South

Dance styles are moving landmarks from regions all over the world. Someone wearing a Memphis Grizzlies jersey could simply be a fan of the...

LaMar Odom Is Big3 Bound, Sober, Turns 38 Today

Happy Birthday to a true warrior on and off the court. Happy Birthday to Jamaica, Queens legend and two-time NBA Champion Lamar Odom, who turns...

Celebrating The 50th Anniversary Of Morgan State vs Grambling


Fifty years ago, with America still in flames during some of the darkest times of the civil rights movement, it was the game that gave Black college football fans a reason to pause. A little more than five months after the assassination of

Black Music Month In Focus: Regina Belle


Over the last few years, The Shadow League's Black Music Month In Focus series has celebrated the