22-year-old Donald Young beat No. 24 Juan Ignacio Chela of Argentina to advance to the fourth round of The U.S. Open. Young, one of four Americans among the final 16, entered the Grand Slam an 84th-ranked wild-card entry. He was a prodigy at 15, a washout at 20, a poster child for the perils of […]
Is ESPN Radio personality Colin Cowherd race-baiting Black players? If you read some of his recent quotes, you may be able to make an argument. The radio blowhard once said that NBA player John Wall will have trouble becoming a leader because he comes from a fatherless household. He also opened his mouth this week […]
Sport is the American religion — with many rituals and different temples of worship. The gods, heroes and giants wear varying colors and play on opposing teams. Everyone has a preference, and we often choose the sports we love at an early age. The culture surrounding professional athletics in America and abroad has traditionally been […]
PHILADELPHIA-Although Horace Spencer is just in 8th grade he is receiving a great deal of media attention and hype due to his size and athleticism. Another 14-year-old Canadian is also being recognized for his athleticism despite his young age. Jamar Ergas, who is only 14 has been receiving a lot of media attention due to […]
When I saw the final score of last night’s NCAA championship game where Auburn University defeated the University of Oregon, I sent a tweet to my friends that said, “Congratulations. Your plantation was the strongest tonight.”
i just did, but who'll notice?
When I read about the possibility that Reggie Bush may have his Heisman Trophy taken, I became irritated beyond imagination. “Here we go again,” I thought. “Another self-righteous group of hoity-toity NCAA administrators making value judgments about the character of black male athletes.