“I am the first generation to go to college, and it’s a great feeling. Where I’m from, many people don’t go to college. My grandfather grew up on a farm and stopped going to school in the second grade, so the background I’ve come from is just like, ‘wow, I’m actually here in college doing this.’ […]
The 49-year-old pro played in the APGA Tour’s first-ever event in 2010 and remains on top of his game as he eyes possible opportunities with the PGA TOUR Champions following his 50th birthday on August 3. […]
The CIAA basketball tournament is one of the biggest events in all of HBCU sports every year. The historic all-HBCU athletic conference crowns a champion in front of some of the most unique fans in the country. […]
The attention and spotlight on HBCU sports are at one of their highest points in recent history. A huge reason for that is the influx of former professional athletes taking head coaching jobs at these institutions and providing their guidance and expertise to the next generation. […]
The most annoying type of racist white person is the type that pretends ignorance, not racism, is what they were guilty of. For example, a washcloth-reluctant person would have had to spend their entire Caucasian life living under a rock that also lives under a rock in order to not be aware of the historically racist association of Black people to monkeys. […]
Paul said the goal was to increase the visibility of HBCUs by hosting them in an NBA arena on national TV.
“I [was] so excited for the chance to give these players the opportunity to experience something not usually available to HBCU student-athletes and compete on a national stage,” Paul said in a statement. […]