New Orleans Saints assistant Aaron Glenn to be inducted into Texas Black Sports Hall of Fame

New Orleans Saints assistant coach Aaron Glenn, who was a star defensive back for Texas A&M and the New York Jets, will be inducted into the Parrish Restaurants Texas Black Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday in Dallas.

Marshall Named Interim CEO of Dallas Mavericks

Cynthia Marshall, named interim CEO of the Dallas Mavericks in the wake of a scathing article exposing the basketball organization’s culture of sexual harassment against women, is about to give a whole new meaning to the idea of March Madness. ...

Selection Sunday: UH Cougars Have High Hopes to Make the “Big Dance”

In days, college students, players, and fans will sit in front of their televisions waiting for the big announcement on who their basketball team will be playing in the first game of the second season. That’s right people, March Madness ...

NBA Star Kevin Durant Invests $10 Million to Help Maryland Youth Get into and Graduate College

After the disaster that was Hurricane Harvey, Commissioner Grady Prestage and Fort Bend County officials discovered the Stafford Club was one of the many buildings suffering flood damage. Once the waters receded and the clean up began, workers found mold ...

PizzaHut, National Football League Score for Fans and Pizza Lovers By Announcing New Official Pizza Sponsorship of the NFL

The National Football League and Pizza Hut are getting an early start on celebrating the upcoming 2018 NFL season with news that Pizza Hut is the Official Pizza Sponsor of the NFL.

Dwyane Wade Gets Emotional as Parkland Victim Is Buried in His Jersey

Dwayne Wade returned to the Miami Heat just six days before the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida on February 14. Little did he know how much of an impact he had already had on one ...

Warriors Will Go to National Museum of African-American History and Culture Instead of White House

There will be no visit to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for the Golden State Warriors, the 2017 NBA champions. Instead, Steph Curry and his teammates will go on a tour of the National Museum of African-American History and Culture for a ...

Meet the First African-American Driver to Race in the Daytona 500 in Nearly 50 Years

Last Sunday, Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr. hit the tracks in Daytona as the ‘first black driver’ since 1969. But that is just one of the many records he set in history that day.

Report: Minority Head Coaches Underrepresented in Texas High School Football

In Texas, African-American and Hispanic high school football coaches are underrepresented when compared to the schools they coach and the state as a whole, according to a new demographic study created by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football.

Let’s Play Ball: Houston Astros Are Prepared for the 2018 Season

On March 29, 2018, baseball enthusiast will hear those words they have been waiting for since the final game of the 2017 World Series.

Houston Texans Release ILB Brian Cushing

The Houston Texans have released ILB Brian Cushing, the team announced today. Cushing is the team’s all-time leading tackler with 664 total tackles since getting drafted in the first round (15th overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft.

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue Model Ebonee Davis On Why She Embraced Her Natural Hair

Sports Illustrated launched their annual swimsuit edition with a little #BlackGirlMagic!

NFL Announced as Presenting Sponsor for the 2018 HBCU Battle of the Brains™ "hackathon"

The HBCU Battle of the Brains, LLC in partnership with the National Black MBA Association – Austin Chapter is pleased to announce the National Football League (NFL) as its presenting sponsor for the 2nd Annual HBCU Battle of the Brains ...

Halfway Home: Rockets Look to Finish What They Have Started

As we approach the midway point in the 2017-18 NBA season, there is one thing that has remained constant throughout the first 56 games of the season. The Houston Rockets are good. Ok, let me repeat myself and add something ...

Meet the First Black Woman on the U.S. Olympic Speedskating Team

18-year old Maame Biney is the first Black woman ever to join the U.S. speedskating team for the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. She has already advanced to the quarterfinal round after finishing second in the opening round on ...