Marcus Stokes lost his scholarship for rapping the n-word in a viral video. HBCU Albany State is now offering him a spot on their team.

Uncle Nearest isn't choosing favorites, the money will be distributed amongst the nation's top 58 ranked HBCUs to be used however they want.

Deion Sanders will have yet another chance to showcase HBCUs. Prime Video announced today that a four-part series Coach Prime is heading to the streamer on Dec. 29.

Deion Sanders has made the move to Colorado football and there have been mixed reactions to the decision. In his three years at Jackson State University, Sanders has helped bring national attention to HBCU’s and HBCU football.

It was a rough weekend for the top contenders in the SWAC western division. But with all of the top teams losing no one made up any ground in the divisional race, which makes Saturday a premium weekend. We break it all down in this week’s edition of the No Huddle, presented by Nissan. While […]

Bethune Cookman University golf standout Willie Mack III is proving to the world that his story is far from over. Mack III secured his Korn Ferry Tour Card earlier this week while competing in Savannah, Georgia.

As we enter the final month of the regular season for Black College Football it’s time to entertain the idea of an unbeaten season for Deion Sanders and his Jackson State team. The number one team all season long in our FCS Poll just passed what was believed to be its toughest SWAC opponent this […]

The No Huddle, presented by Nissan, is back for week eight and this could be the penultimate weekend in the MEAC. North Carolina Central takes on South Carolina State while Delaware State travels to Howard for its Homecoming. The winners of these games could show us who the frontrunners are for a berth in the […]

The College Football epicenter will be at Jackson State on Saturday.

Homecomings at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are magical events that combine Unity, Expression, Pride, and Camaraderie.

Byron Perkins, a junior defensive back for Hampton University, made history last week as the first HBCU athlete to publicly come out. In an Instagram post, he wrote: “Let it be known that this is not a ‘decision’ or a ‘choice.’ Yes, this is who I am, this is who I’ve been, and this is who I’m going to be.”

Atlanta HBCUs Beef Up Security After Drive-By Shooting During Homecoming