SZN Opener is back with new episodes dropping every week. On Season 2 of this dynamic podcast series, host and noted sports analyst Monica McNutt showcases Black college athletes and explores their triumphs, challenges and aspirations along their sports journeys. In Episode 5, LSU wide receiver Kyren Lacy shares the inspiring journey that led him […]


Historically Black colleges and universities have making a way out of no way practically embedded in their charters.

It happened last month but the impact of the Black Student Athlete Summit will continue long into the future.

J.R. Smith has already conquered the NBA, winning championships with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2016 and with the Los Angeles Lakers in 2020.

The Georgetown Hoyas were once a college basketball powerhouse but have now set the Big East record for consecutive losses.


The California State Assembly has approved SB 206, this bill will allow college student athletes to profit off of their likeness, which means they will be able to sign autographs for money, sell their game worn apparel, and personal equipment for money. One interesting thing this appears to do is open up the doors for […]

It’s no secret, student-athletes should be paid, if not for just their services in whatever sport they are playing, but for their likeness as well. According to the NCAA that as of now that is a no, but that might possibly be changing as the organization is considering making some much-needed adjustments. According to reports, […]