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Robert McCullum Named FAMU Men’s Basketball Coach

The third time’s the charm. It’s something Robert McCullum truly believes. He got some validation in that belief Tuesday afternoon. After a nearly two-month search,...

Grambling Expected to Name Stillman’s Donte Jackson Head Men’s Basketball Coach

Grambling's seven-week basketball search has come to an end. The Tigers are turning to Stillman (Alabama) coach Donte Jackson from the NAIA ranks as the...

Grambling State Announces $1.5 Million Stadium Renovation Plans

Grambling State University Director of Athletics Paul Bryant announced the first major renovations and upgrades to the Eddie G. Robinson Memorial Stadium in decades,...

Trisha Stafford-Odom Named NCCU Head Women’s Basketball Coach

With a reputation as one of the nation's top recruiters and over 10 years of coaching experience, including local stints at UNC and Duke,...

WATCH – Grambling’s Chad Williams Gets His NFL Draft Call

“Arizona, Baby,” were the words Grambling State WR Chad Williams yelled to friends and family after getting the call from the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals...

2017 HBCU NFL Draft and Free Agency Tracker

  The NFL Draft is over but player movement is still on going. Four HBCU prospects heard their names called over the past three days,...

Alabama State to Face Cheyney in 2017 Turkey Day Classic

Alabama State University Director of Athletics Melvin Hines announced the Hornets football program will host Cheyney University for the 94th annual Turkey Day Classic...

Reports: Juan Dixon to Become Next Coppin State Men’s Basketball Coach

Juan Dixon, who left Baltimore nearly 20 years ago for College Park and went on to become one of the biggest stars in the...

Savannah State Formally Announces NCAA Division I Departure

After nearly two weeks of speculation, officials at Savannah State University have formally announced plans to leave NCAA Division I competition and membership in...

At Savannah State, It’s Much Bigger Than Moving Down to Division II

This should not be the typical conversation about HBCU athletics, the athletes they can't recruit, the fans who don't show up, the games we...