As many expected, the NCAA announced that it will be canceling both men's and women's basketball tournaments due to concerns about the spread of covid-19, aka the coronavirus.
The coronavirus has not only hit Hollywood with Tom Hanks‘ diagnosis, but also the NBA. Last night (March 11) the NBA’s first positive case was found in Rudy Gobert, the center for the Utah Jazz. And most recently, his star teammate Donovan Mitchell has also contracted the virus. Being generally one of the most proactive […]
Former Michigan State and Detroit Lions wide receiver Charles Rogers has passed away at the age of 38 reportedly from liver failure. The news was confirmed by his old Saginaw High School coach Don Durrett when speaking to a local paper. “I’ll tell you, he was—and I’m including Flint, too, since I coached at Flint […]
The NCAA has come to a unanimous decision to allow college athletes to profit from their name, image and likeness. The board has now directed the three levels of college sports to promptly begin figuring out how to update their rules in a way that maintains a difference between collegiate sports and professional sports. According […]
Tim Tebow is a college football legend; there is no doubt about that. The former Florida Gator found himself the subject of discussion after comments he made on ESPN’s First Take. While discussing the new California law allowing college athletes to make money off their likeness, Tebow’s white privilege was on full display. The now […]
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 […]