How Black Athletes Could Change College Sports

Amidst the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, another deadly pandemic raised its ugly head for all to see. Racism, the long-standing champion of a myriad of issues that plague the United States and the world at large, plainly expressed itself through the deaths of more Black Americans in recent months. The inciting events In February, two white […]

Damien Williams: A Story of Trials and Triumph

 Let’s face it. Everyone loves a good underdog story. And when it comes to underdogs, it doesn’t get much better than Kansas City Chiefs running back Damien Williams. Williams made history in Super Bowl 54 when he became the first player to run for over 100 yards while recording a rushing and receiving touchdown. His […]

The Transfer Portal’s Effect on College Football

Embed from Getty Images The debut of the transfer portal in October 2018 has taken the world of college football by storm. Headlined by Ohio State’s star quarterback Justin Fields, the transfer portal has added a new dynamic to recruiting across all sports.  Whether you love it or hate it, the transfer portal is here […]

An HBCU Experience: The Celebration Bowl

It’s no secret that Historically Black Colleges and Universities – commonly known as HBCUs – have a significant disadvantage when it comes to the athletic spotlight compared to its’ predominantly white-school counterparts. The Celebration Bowl is a time where the best black college football programs get to meet up on network television to show the […]

What Lamar Jackson’s MVP could mean for the NFL’s future

The most poignant words of Lamar Jackson’s interview after getting drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in 2018 were: “They’re gonna get a Super Bowl out of me. Believe that.” "They're gonna get a Super Bowl out of me, believe that." – Lamar Jackson after being drafted by the @Ravens with the last pick of the […]

Way Too Early 2020 Fantasy Rookie Rankings

With the NFL combine a week away and the NFL draft a little over two months away, we can begin to start projecting the best rookie fantasy players for the upcoming season. This class is loaded with stud receivers, good backs and will likely have 4-5 quarterbacks taken in the first round. 1) Joe Burrow […]

The 2008 Florida Gators

2008 – The year this country saw its’ first black president, the year when rapper T.I. told millions of women all over the world that they could have whatever they liked.  As a young 13-year-old 8th grader aspiring to be the best defensive end the NFL had ever seen, I knew that going to a […]

How Do College Head Coaches Do in the Pros?

Embed from Getty Images It’s Super Bowl time and the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs are both hoping to make their mark on pro football history as the Big Game’s 54th champion. As for the rest of the 30 teams, the offseason has already started and some are looking to change their main […]

Joe Burrow Takes Home Heisman

Joe Burrow just capped off arguably one of the most dominant seasons, if not, the most dominant season in college football history ever. Burrow is only the second LSU Tiger to win the award since Billy Cannon won the award in 1959, having received the largest amount of first-place votes to top Oklahoma’s Jalen Hurts […]

My Thoughts on the College Football Playoff

Ahhh, the Division I-A College Football Playoff Long gone are the days of random men, with more money and bias than 1950’s-1980’s society, knowing what to do with choosing a champion. Also gone are the days of the Bowl Championship Series, aka the BCS, where no one knew who or what they were looking for […]