Rest in Power John Thompson

September 1, 2020 0

By: Zach Draves 2020 has become the year of loss. Loss of legends. Loss of icons. Coach John Thompson Jr. was both. (Courtesy: Who He Was From his days playing with Bill Russell and […]

Black Student Athletes in the Era of COVID-19

April 28, 2020 0

By: Zachary Draves The COVID-19 pandemic has forced this country to have a long-overdue conversation about race. Much like the levees in New Orleans that were destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, this present-day crisis has unveiled […]

Set The Expectation: The Brenda Tracy Story

April 21, 2020 0

By: Zachary Draves April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This is a time where we recommit ourselves to advocating for victims and survivors of sexual violence and to ensure that perpetrators are held accountable. The […]

The NCAA’s Predatory Revolving Door

December 25, 2019 0

By: Zachary Draves The NCAA seems to care about the sanctity of supposed “amateur athletics” where student-athlete gets caught smoking pot, taking money, or in the case of James Wiseman, be punished for doing nothing […]

The Fair Pay to Play Act

October 1, 2019 0

  By: Zachary Draves The state of California took the extraordinary step by passing the Fair Pay to Play Act that would guard student-athletes the right to benefit financially from the use of their likeness […]

Weekly SnapShots

April 9, 2019 0

Congrats to the Virginia Cavaliers. With Charlottesville located squarely between Baltimore/Washington and the Carolinas, Tony Bennett should have the Hoos there for years to come. Even with Kentucky, Michigan State, and Duke expected to reload, […]

The Final Four Road Ends Here

April 4, 2019 0

By: Julio Olmo As far as drama goes, March Madness has no equal. The Super Bowl can capture the nation’s attention for couple days, but for three weeks straight? No way! The single-elimination postseason basketball […]

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