Black History

BREAKING: Deion Sanders flips #1 Overall Recruit to Jackson State

After hours of rumors were circulating on social media this morning, it’s official. Travis Hunter, the #1 recruit in the nation, has flipped his commitment from Florida State to Jackson State. This unprecedented move has created a shockwave over all of college football, as we have never seen a prospect like Travis Hunter flip to … Continue reading BREAKING: Deion Sanders flips #1 Overall Recruit to Jackson State

Going To The Mat With Gender And Race: Black Professional Wrestlers In The ‘Pre-TV’ Wrestling Era.

Wrestling as both a martial art and sport is thousands of years old. There are cave paintings in France and Mongolia depicting grapplers that are over 15,000 years old. There are shockingly modern looking grappling holds and take-down defense depictions that have been found in the 5th Dynasty tomb of Ptahhotep. The 5th Dynasty was … Continue reading Going To The Mat With Gender And Race: Black Professional Wrestlers In The ‘Pre-TV’ Wrestling Era.

Billy Joe: From Rookie Of The Year To Coach Of The Year

Billy Joe: From Rookie Of The Year To Coach Of The Year Born on October 14th, 1940 in Aynor, South Carolina, to Hammie and Sarah Belle (Williams) Joe. He had siblings, David Joe and sister, Dorothy Tucker (nee Joe), as well at two other brothers who were exceptional athletes, John who was older and Abel … Continue reading Billy Joe: From Rookie Of The Year To Coach Of The Year