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HBCU Football Preview: Arkansas Pine-Bluff Is Not Here For Your Amusement


It’s important to keep in mind the intimacy of HBCU sports. You often hear the question of why the Southwestern Athletic Conference doesn’t send a team to the FCS playoffs, or why don’t black college sports compete on more of a na

For HBCUs, Bethune-Cookman Is The Only Contender For FCS Glory


As far as the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs go, Bethune-Cookman is the one black college with the potential to make some noise down the stretch in 2013.

Last season the Wildcats took a pretty decent swing at it, but came up sho

The HBCU All-Time Greatest Players (Offense)


Black college football has been around for more than a century.  It's roots run deep and the tradition is unlike any other in sports.  Until the mid-to-late 1970's, most major-college football programs were limited in t

The Uneasy Return Of FAMU’s Marching 100 


Florida A&M was picked to finish fifth in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference this season by the leag

The Pacers Got Caught Sitting Down On The Job 


It was the second quarter of the biggest game of their lives.

A coach whose confidence turned into cockiness, which turned into confusion, had his bread-and-butter boys—Roy Hibbert and

TSL’s 5-On-5: Which Team Most Needs To Win A First-Round Series?


1. A Heat/Thunder Finals Rematch Is Inevitable, Isn’t It? Other Than Health, Is There Any Reason To Expect Something Different?

BRANDEN PETERS: I picked a Heat vs. Thunder rematch

The Bandwagon Is Slowing Down For Knicks Fans To Hop Back On


Now that the Heat’s streak is over and the Nuggets are limping into the postseason, the Knicks are the hottest franchise storming through the league. In a matchup pitting the Eastern and Western Conference's No. 2 seeds, the Knicks prev

MEAC Tournament Preview


By Steven J. Gaither

Much like the other conference made up entirely of HBCUs, the SWAC, the MEAC is generally viewed as one of the weaker conferences in Division I. As such, the winner of its conference tournament is usually rewarded wi

Y.O.C.O. (You Only Coach Once): College Football’s Black Coach Problem


As college football continues to evolve into a lucrative empire, and as its participating athletic programs become increasingly impatient on producing winning results, coaches are losing their jobs at historic rates. Despite the average coaching