Aliyah Boston proves she’s the national player of the year in NCAA semifinal

There was no debate this season. In South Carolina‘s 72-59 semifinal win over Louisville, Gamecock center Aliyah Boston finished with 23 points and 18 rebounds. Boston’s dominant performer — in her lime green and hot pink shoes to match her trademark colored braids — provided a reminder that she deserves the title of Naismith National […]

Charles Barkley says politicians want Blacks and Whites to hate each other

Famously outspoken NBA legend Charles Barkley dropped explosive commentary during the March Madness telecast on Saturday, April 3, 2021. Prior to the airing of the Final Four contest in Indianapolis, CBS showed an old video of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy informing a crowd in the city that Martin Luther King Jr. had been assassinated on […]

Taking the road to the Final Four in luxury: 2018 Buick Regal TourX

Holy Week is commencing. Good Friday is today. And, those holidays’ sports equivalent for men’s NCAA fans (blow the whistle), Final Four is here. This weekend marks the semifinal games as 11th seed Loyola-Chicago takes on Michigan and Kansas and Villanova try their hand at another win, they will have all eyes on them. It was […]

Voilà: Historic Georgia Dome disappears (video)

Twenty-five years of history are now dust. One of the largest multipurpose entertainment complexes, the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, was imploded on Monday, Nov. 20, 2017 at 7:30 a.m. ET. It’s a tearjerker for sports fans because it was the only venue to host the Super Bowl (NFL), Final Four (NCAA), and the Olympics. The […]

Rihanna performs new single, ‘American Oxygen,’ at March Madness Festival

Even though it’s April, March Madness is still in full effect and so is pop sensation Rihanna, who performed her new single, “American Oxygen,” for thousands during her headlining set at the March Madness Music Fest at the city’s White River State Park in Indianapolis, Indiana. “Breathe out, breathe in / This American oxygen / […]

Jason Collins protesting Indiana law during Final Four

People across the nation have been up in arms in recent weeks over Indiana passing the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which allows companies to deny customers service based on their religious beliefs, which opens the door for discrimination against communities like the LGBT community. And now it’s being reported that famous gay athlete Jason Collins […]

Kevin Ollie’s championship victory and the future of black coaches in the NCAA

At the beginning of the 2013-14 NCAA basketball season, Kevin Ollie’s UConn Huskies were not considered to be legit title contenders. Ollie was in his second year as coach of the Huskies and the team missed the previous NCAA tournament because of violations. However, Ollie played the underdog hand he was dealt and turned it […]

Kevin Ollie becomes 4th black coach to win NCAA championship

Kevin Ollie led the Uconn Huskies to a 60-54 victory over the University of Kentucky in the NCAA Championship game. The Huskies were led by Shabazz Napier who scored 22 points and controlled the pace of the game with scoring and veteran leadership. After trailing early in the first half, Kentucky made several runs and […]

FBI speaks: How the Internet and social media impact sex trafficking, part 3

In 2014, the Federal Government released a study on sex trafficking indicating Atlanta as the #1 city in America for this crime. Rolling out spoke with FBI Special Agent Joe Fonseca, MATCH Task Force coordinator in Atlanta. MATCH is the acronym for the Metro Atlanta Child Exploitation Task Force. The task force is a multi-agency […]

Kevin Ollie could become 1st black coach to win NCAA championship in 16 years

Kevin Ollie led the Uconn Huskies to a championship matchup against the Kentucky Wildcats. The Huskies upset the Florida Gators in the Final Four by a score of 63-53. During the first 12 minutes of the game, Uconn appeared to be outmatched by Florida, who used their size to overwhelm the Huskies. However, Ollie switched […]

FBI speaks: 5 ways girls get coerced into the sex trade, part 2

In 2014 the Federal Government released a study on sex trafficking naming Atlanta as the #1 city in America for this crime. Rolling out magazine spoke with FBI Special Agent Joe Fonseca, MATCH Task Force Coordinator in Atlanta. MATCH is the acronym for the Metro Atlanta Child Exploitation Task Force. The Task Force is a […]

FBI speaks: Why Atlanta is No. 1 for sex trafficking, part 1

In 2014 the Federal Government released a study on sex trafficking indicating Atlanta as the #1 city in America for this crime. Rolling out magazine spoke with FBI Special Agent Joe Fonseca, MATCH Task Force Coordinator in Atlanta. Why do you think Atlanta is number one in sex trafficking per a Federal study? It might prove helpful […]

4 things to know about UConn’s Final Four coach Kevin Ollie

Kevin Ollie is the only black coach to lead a team to the 2014 NCAA Final Four after his Connecticut Huskies upset Michigan State. Ollie’s team will face the Florida Gators in the first round of the Final Four. Here are four things to know about UConn’s head coach, Kevin Ollie. Kevin Ollie is Connecticut’s first […]

NCAA Final Four Cola-Cola Zero Bracket Town 2013 Atlanta

The 2013 NCAA Final Four Bracket Town fan fest was sponsored by Coca-Cola Zero. For adults Coca-Cola Zero had the 3 vs. 3 games and small basketball hoops for kids. Their were other activities for the entire family, including McDonald’s slam dunk and skills test for kids. Nabisco had great snacks; Allstate and AT&T offered the chance to […]

NCAA Final Four radio room live with celebrity athletes, coaches, and sports announcers

NCAA Final Four 2013 Radio Room at the Hilton in Atlanta ended today.  The room hosted voices from some of the top radio stations from across the country. A host of entertainers, coaches, NBA players, Sport Announcers,  and Hall of Famers participated who would win the Final Four tonight. Rolling out caught up with several celebrity athletes to get […]

Celebrities react on Twitter to Louisville’s Final Four victory

Louisville escaped within the last seconds to hold off the underdogs of the Final Four, Wichita State. In the first semifinal game of the Final Four, held at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Louisville and Wichita State battled in a hard fought contest that remained close throughout. Louisville’s tough defense allowed the squad to prevail […]

Kevin Ware and the horrific reality of Final Four economics

Kevin Ware’s basketball career is likely over. The sophomore guard for Louisville shattered his leg while defending Duke player Tyler Thornton. When Ware landed, his shin bone broke and protruded through his skin. But what will happen to Ware who may never have a shot at playing in the NBA or overseas? Imagine the income […]

Twitter reacts to Kevin Ware’s gruesome injury during NCAA tournament

Kevin Ware was involved in what could be the most gruesome play in modern sports history. During the Louisville and Duke match up during the NCAA tournament, the guard for Louisville attempted to block a shot by Duke’s Tyler Thornton. Ware jumped and landed awkwardly with all of weight on his right leg. Soon after, […]

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