Three members of the 1998 Black College National Championship team from Florida A&M join us to talk about their magical season. Demetris Bendross, Cainon Lamb, and Jacquay Nunnaly give us the inside scoop on the originin of the "RAC Boys" and what it was like to play for Billy Joe.
FAMU has a scheduled visit with the #1 football prospect in the country. Could this be the beginning of a recruiting shift in college football? Amir Hall should dominate the CIAA this season. Can he be the next HBCU QB drafted into the NFL. Plus former Morehouse star Tyrius Walker joins the show to discuss his time with the New York Knicks.
Texas Southern is hiring a new coach, FAMU goes turf. Are black supervillains good for franchises like Black Panther and Luke Cage? Would a man prefer to be slapped or punched by another man? We go off the rails in this summertime podcast adventure. Start: New Texas Southern Coach and Trae Jefferson situation 12:23 - HBCUs vs. Big Boy Basketball 22:00 - FAMU new hopes and turf and doc 32:15 - Slap vs. Punch
On Tuesday Texas Southern announced that Mike Davis was headed to Detroit Mercy to take over the men's basketball program. On Wednesday Detroit Mercy said not so fast. What's really going on? Jim Hicks from 102.5 KMAZ joins us to break it all down.
We break the news of Cleo Hill Jr. taking over the WSSU basketball program. Hampton has its first MEAC-less football schedule and Ricky Volante breaks down the Supreme Court ruling on gambling. Will it effect HBCUs?
Chaunte'l Powell from the Albany Herald joins us to talk Albany State sports, Hampton's move from the MEAC and her conflicted fandom of Childish Gambino and Donald Glover. We take a deep dive on "This is America"