Athletes Step Out in Style for Met Gala

The fashion world was the center of attention Monday evening in New York as the Metropolitan Museum of Art hosted the annual Costume Institute Gala. Often called Fashion’s Oscar night, Continue Reading →

Wednesday’s Woman: Jayne Kennedy

Though we often remember the women that have broken barriers as athletes, many forget to acknowledge the accomplishments of Black women in other areas of the sports world.  As a Continue Reading →

Nelson Mandela Dies

Father of modern South Africa Nelson Mandela has died at the age of 95.  President of South Africa Jacob Zuma made the announcement to his country, and the world, late Continue Reading →

No Charges For Heisman Hopeful Jameis Winston

Florida State freshman quarterback Jameis Winston will not be charged with sexual assault in the case brought against him. In a press conference Thursday afternoon, Florida state attorney Willie Meggs Continue Reading →

2012 NFL Week 14 Picks

Sadly I’ve been dealing with a cold for the last week so I can’t do my video with a crazy voice.  But here are my picks for week 14.   Continue Reading →

Wednesday’s Women In Sports: The Ladies of One Life Management

Sports has always been a male-dominated industry. From the athletes to the people behind the athletes, women have tended to be few and far between.  At one time it was Continue Reading →

Alabama Rolls to Number 1

In the biggest game of the season, defense reigned supreme…just as it had when Alabama and LSU fought back in November.  This time though, the outcome was very different.  You Continue Reading →

Chiefs Name Crennel Head Coach

After careful consideration, the Kansas City Chiefs made the decision to remove the “interim” from Romeo Crennel’s title.  This weekend he was named the new head coach of the football Continue Reading →

LaMichael James To Enter NFL Draft

The Oregon Ducks have confirmed that LaMichael James has made the decision to enter the 2012 NFL Draft.  The announcement was made public Friday afternoon with a statement from James Continue Reading →