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Master P’s Son Hercy Miller, A 3-Star Basketball Recruit, Headed To Play At Tennessee...

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Hercy Miller, son of Percy "Master P" Miller, is heading to Tennessee State University! Many many be speculating why the 3-star recruit skipped other...

Bayou Classic To Move Forward As Planned Despite Grambling State Suspending Next 2 Games...

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 The Bayou Classic is still on this year despite the recent positive COVID tests of multiple Grambling State University football players. We reported earlier...

Alabama A&M University’s Rovonta Young Eyes Professional Golf Career After APGA Tour Win

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It's been a great golf week for Alabama A&M University's Rovonta Young! Find out why in a recent article from Cameron Morefit at PGA...

Grambling State Pauses Football Season Amid COVID Tests, Star Quarterback Departing

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Grambling State University has a few problems on its hands. A few of its star football athletes have tested positive for COVID-19. On the...

Erica McKinley, Alumna of Tougaloo College, Named Big Ten Chief Legal Officer and General...

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An HBCU alum is filling the role of the very first chief legal officer and general counsel for a very big conference! Erica McKinley,...

HBCUs Sweep NCAA Tournament Play-In Games For A Pair Of Historic Wins

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The men's basketball teams repping Texas Southern University and Norfolk State University made history together at last night's NCAA games. Texas Southern triumphed over...

The Harsh Reality Of HBCU Basketball Today As Told By NCCU Coach LeVelle Moton

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The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the basketball seasons of every college team in the U.S. But to North Carolina Central University men's basketball coach...

Team LeBron Wins NBA All-Star Game, But HBCUs Really Came Out On Top

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This weekend's NBA All-Star game was the most unprecedented yet. The COVID-19 pandemic discouraged fans from coming, but yet it also left a benefactor:...

Maia Chaka, The NFL’s First Black Female Official, Is Norfolk State University Alumna

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"I never thought this day would come," Norfolk State University alumna Maia Chaka. Today, Chaka joined the ranks of history-making HBCU graduates with her...

Florida A&M University Announces 6-Year Partnership With Nike

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Florida A&M University has always been a leader in HBCU athletics, and now their games will look a whole lot sharper. Learn about FAMU's...

More High Profile Student-Athletes Are Gravitating Towards HBCUs

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As more celebrities, athletes, and successful politicians bring awareness to the power of HBCUs, student-athletes are taking notice. Yet high profile athletes in particular...

Tuskegee To Play Fort Valley State In Classic Game Honoring Tuskegee Airmen

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Get ready to see some football for a good cause. This September, find out why the next matchup between HBCU football teams Tuskegee University...

Shaw University Alumna Gladys Knight To Perform At NBA All-Star Game

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Legendary singer Gladys Knight is gearing up to perform at one of the most unique NBA All-Star games in history. In mid March Knight,...

Exploring the Unknown World Of Sports Betting

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Are you interested in sports betting? A lot of people at college are looking for fun ways to socialize with friends and enjoy some...

16 HBCU Gamers To Compete In Pre-Super Bowl Madden 21 Games

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This weekend's upcoming Super Bowl will be a big deal for HBCUs. Several former HBCU students will be competing in this years game of...

Who Is ‘The Real HU?’

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Get to know the background of this heated debate a little better before the upcoming homecoming season.  Some of the music industry’s most prominent rappers...

The Chicago Bears Reflect On Their Greatest 2 Players Hailing From HBCUs

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The NFL is no stranger to recruiting qualified talent from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). However, for many athletes, HBCUs were providing top...

HBCU Student-Athletes Prepare For The First Virtual CIAA Tournament

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With COVID-19 precautions overshadowing annual tournament plans, the CIAA has had to get creative. For the first time in its history, the organization will...

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