August 3, 2021

Black History

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

The Greatest Football Coach You’ve Never Heard Of: Vernon “Skip” McCain

If you were told that a coach, in 16 years, lead his team to six undefeated seasons, including four in which they were unbeaten and untied. Also, that this same coach had an .816 winning percentage which is the 28th highest in college football history, higher than: ‘Bear’ Bryant, Woody Hayes and Joe Paterno, not

Roger Brown: The life of an overlooked superstar

Roger Brown was born on May 1, 1937, in Surry County, Virginia, to Altemus and Nancy Brown (his mother passed away when Roger was 4). The Browns, Roger, Altemus, Jr., and Laura, moved to Newport News and then Nyack, New York, where he grew up and attended high school. He didn’t play sports until 9th

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