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Eligibility Relief After Coronavirus Cancelations

Coronavirus cancelations hit us all by surprise, and student-athletes need eligibility relief. First, we thought, well, there is an outbreak in China, but it’s half a world away. We thought news outlets were exaggerating the severity of the virus. For the most part, everyone was prepared to simply get on with their lives. They paid the […]

Sabrina Ionescu: Abrupt end to her final season

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that Coronavirus, AKA COVID-19, has put the sports world on pause. With that, the NCAA was forced to cancel its annual season-ending tournament, March Madness. And despite the NCAA granting seniors another year of eligibility, players still wanted to stamp a championship to their legacy this […]

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 […]

Sexual Assault and College Sports

Sexual assault on college campuses is no secret. Yet, sexual assault within college sports is a growing epidemic. College sports fans can all remember when cases like Penn State football, Baylor football, and Michigan State gymnastics first broke. These cases, all public, exemplified a major issue with college athletics. That issue? College sports gives those […]

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 […]

Finding This Year’s Cinderella

The 2019-2020 NCAA men’s basketball regular season has ended. Conference titles have been awarded, and now most Division-1 tournaments are in full swing. Selection Sunday is just one week away, and so is the beginning of the mad dash to complete brackets and place bets on all of the games. What was last year like? Sure, […]

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The Wild West of the Big 10

The Big 10 has a serious problem on their hands. They are too competitive this season. This past college basketball season, eight of the Big 10’s teams made the tournament in March. This season it looks like more teams will be going dancing. As it stands now, 12 of the 14 Big Ten teams will […]

California Bill Allows NCAA Athletes to Profit, Earn Money

The NCAA Board of Governors voted unanimously to allow the possibility for college athletes to earn money for their athletic services. The board’s chair, Michael Drake, went so far as to describe this development as a “modernization” on Twitter. Modernization describes this perfectly. Many claim that these athletes being able to earn money is something […]