Study Reveals NCAA Academic Progress Rate System May Discriminate Against HBCUs

New America Senior Policy Analyst Monique Ochitelu joins us to discuss the…

Study Suggests Bias in Officiating of HBCU Women’s Basketball Games

A new study from a Middle Tennessee State University professor suggests that…

The Sports Business Journal Did a 21-Page Feature on Diversity — and Never Mentioned HBCUs

Last week, l had the opportunity to read the cover story in…

Could New NCAA Rules Clear the Way for More Basketball Talent Coming to HBCUs?

The NCAA today announced new rules which will make it easier for…

Tuskegee’s Playoffs Snub Reveals Lack of HBCU Representation On Key NCAA Committees

As controversy continues to build around the omission of Tuskegee University from…

How Many HBCUs Will Make the NCAA Football Playoffs?

Half of the playoff contenders in D2 Football’s Super Region Two are HBCUs. How many will get in?

NCAA Sanctions Lifted for FAMU Basketball, Football

A posteseason ban and limits on practice levied against FAMU’s basketball and football teams for APR violations has been lifted by the NCAA.

Black Collegiate Coaches Propose ‘Eddie Robinson Rule’ for NCAA Hiring Equity

An organization representing minority coaches has proposed a new rule that would provide more opportunities for minority candidates to earn coaching and leadership positions.

North Carolina A&T Captures HBCU National Title in Celebration Bowl

Tarik Cohen rushed for 295 yards and touchdowns of 83, 74 and 73 yards Saturday, and North Carolina A&T used a slew of big plays for a 41-34 win over Alcorn State in the Celebration Bowl at the Georgia Dome.

Bayou Classic Sets Post-Katrina Attendance Record

The most important number from the Bayou Classic may not be the 34 points Grambling State scored to defeat rival Southern 34-23 Saturday in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.