Dawn Staley becomes 1st Black college coach to set this record (video)

Dawn Staley has entered the annals of Black history once again. With South Carolina’s 64-49 win over UCONN in the 2022 NCAA Women’s Basketball National Championship on April 3, 222, Staley became the first Black coach in men’s or women’s basketball to win multiple NCAA Division national championships, according to The Athletic‘s Rhiannon Walker. As […]

Black women historymakers in the NCAA Tournament making us proud

The NCAA Tournament is a major staple of the spring sports season. As the women’s basketball game has finally been able to use the “March Madness” branding this season, one of the major storylines of postseason competition is the Black women starring and leading the way. There are 12 Black women coaches in this year’s […]

John Chaney, Hall of Fame college basketball coach, dead at 89

Temple University basketball’s Hall of Fame head coach, John Chaney, has died. He was 89. It has been reported by the university that Chaney died of an unspecified illness. Chaney was a defensive stalwart who led Temple to 17 NCAA tournament appearances during his 24-year tenure at the school. The only year his team did […]

A plane, officiating, and upsets headline 1st weekend of NCAA Tournament

There should be no awkward silence at the water cooler the Monday following the first weekend of the 2017 NCAA Tournament. Schools such as Michigan, Wisconsin, South Carolina, and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill were the topics of discussion during the program’s wins. Michigan moves on to the Sweet 16 after upsetting Louisville in […]

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 / […]

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 […]

NCAA tournament 2013: Colleges with the most Hall of Fame players

There are certain programs that stand out head and shoulders above the rest when it comes to producing players who go on to become superstars and transcendent players in the National Basketball Association. Take a look at the colleges who produce more Hall of Fame players than any other.

NCAA Final Four 2013 radio room live broadcast in the Hilton Atlanta

Power by Monster DNA Headphones, the NCAA Final Four 2013 Radio Room at the Hilton in Atlanta kicked off yesterday.  The room hosted voices from some of the top radio stations from across the country. While inside, entertainers, coaches, NBA players and Hall of Famers participated in short interviews with the likes of V-103’s Big Tigger, […]

Final Four 2013 event guide

For the third time since 2007, the Georgia Dome and city of Atlanta will host the NCAA Men’s Final Four basketball games. If you have gotten your tickets yet or they are a little too steep for your pockets you can still take part in the festivities. There are a ton of events going on […]

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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