“A critical Examination of the sustainable success of HBCU athletic programs”- from the past 50 to the next 50
WITH SPECIAL GUEST
Former West Brook High School star and SMU Hall of Fame defensive lineman Jerry Ball enjoyed a storied career as a defensive tackle at both the college and NFL levels. Texas HS Hall of Famer 3xPro Bowler All American 2x Outland & Lombardi Trophy finalist
Former high school and collegiate football coach, with dedicated professional leadership as well as over 20 years of experience working with students towards academic development and success in the classroom and extracurricular activity. Author of ‘Stole to the highest bidder’, in the article the question asked is: What price do we place on the legacy of HBCU football?
Retired teacher, coach & administrator in both the Broward/Miami-Dade School Systems. Former head football coach at South Plantation, Boyd Anderson, & Miami Jackson high schools. After 43 years retired from Stranahan High School as an assistant principal. “Those whose lives you touched in some small way is a testimony to the impact you had on their lives.”
Dr. Cavil is a prominent voice on the business and leadership of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and a specialist on the HBCU Sports Culture paradigm. He is the author of Early Athletic Experiences at HBCUs: The Creation of Conferences