SOURCE SPORTS: Iowa’s Caitlin Clark Drops First 40-point Triple Double in NCAA Tournament History


This March Madness season has been truly unpredictable. Straight chaos. Caitlin Clark is showing she means business on the women’s side of basketball, taking the Iowa Hawkeyes to the Final Four behind the first 40-point triple-double in men’s or women’s tournament history. Visit for more information Clark dropped 41 points, 12 assists, and 10 […]

‘Elevate or Terminate,’ Deion Sanders Is the University of Colorado’s New Head Coach

‘Elevate or Terminate,’ Deion Sanders Is the University of Colorado’s New Head Coach

After leading Jackson State to an undefeated season, Coach Deion Sanders has announced that he will be heading to the University of Colorado in the 2023-2024 NCAA football season. Colorado made the welcoming announcement over the weekend as social media erupted with mixed emotions over Sanders leaving the HBCU program. Visit for more information […]

SOURCE SPORTS: Master P’s Son Lands $2M Deal After NCAA Changes Rule

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According to a confirmed report fro mTMZ, Master P’s son has already taken advantage of the NCAA rule change that once said that college athletes could not make money off their own image and likeness. Visit for more information No Limit CEO Master P’s son Hercy Miller landed a $2 million deal with an […]

College Athletes Will Now Be Able To Earn Money For Their Image & Likeness

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NCAA athletes are now eligible to earn money based on their fame and notoriety without jeopardizing their playing qualification or school violating amateurism rules. Visit for more information The NCAA Board of Directors reportedly approved the new image and likeness policy on Wednesday, June 30. According to AP, this decision was expected for months […]

HBCU Student-Athletes File Lawsuit Against The NCAA


For years, students and athletes at HBCU’s have had their facilities, campuses, and programs compared to traditional Colleges and Universities. A comparison that is full of bias and often places HBCU’s at a major disadvantage from a “reputable” standpoint.  Visit for more information Well, it has been reported that black athletes launched a legal […]

SOURCE SPORTS: UConn Becomes First College to Cancel Football Season


The University of Connecticut has decided to cancel the upcoming football season due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Wednesday announcement insists that COVID-19 is at an “unacceptable level of risk” to continue with the 2020 season. Visit for more information UConn was set to make its return to the Big East Conference this season. […]

Slim Jxmmi on Racist Mississippi State Flag: ‘Just Take The S–t Down’

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One half of Rae Sremmurd responded to news that the NCAA plans to ban events in Mississippi because of their state flag that honors the confederacy. Slim Jxmmi who is from Tupelo, Mississippi is calling for the removal of the flag saying that Jim Crow is over. Visit for more information “There are too […]

SOURCE SPORTS: Former Oklahoma State, Kentucky Coach Eddie Sutton Dies at 84


Legendary college basketball coach Eddie Sutton died Saturday of natural causes, he was 84. Sutton won more than 800 games. He was the first coach to take four different schools to the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. Visit for more information Sutton died at his home in South Tulsa, Oklahoma surrounded by family, according to […]

SOURCE SPORTS: NCAA President Says No To Sports Until All Students Back On Campus


Thus far, no one has given any answers as to when collegiate sports can return. Visit for more information However, on Friday night, NCAA president Mark Emmert said he doesn’t think they can come back until all students are back on campus. In addition, Emmert doesn’t think schools can restart their athletics programs while […]

SOURCE SPORTS: NCAA Calls Kansas’ Recruiting Violations ‘Egregious, Severe’


The NCAA enforcement division says that Kansas’ basketball program committed “egregious” and “severe” rules violations. The NCAA feels it “significantly undermine and threaten the NCAA Collegiate Model.” Visit for more information They allege that Jayhawks coach Bill Self and assistant Kurtis Townsend “embraced, welcomed and encouraged” Adidas employees and consultants to influence high-profile basketball […]

SOURCE SPORTS: NCAA Sued Over Lack Of Sexual Assault Prevention


Seven women are suing the NCAA, including three student-athletes. The women allege that the organization failed to protect them from alleged sexual assaults. Visit for more information According to reports, the women were sexually assaulted by male athletes. It happened at three institutions: Michigan State, Nebraska, and one unnamed Division I college from the […]

NCAA Men’s and Women’s Tournaments Will Not Have Fans in Attendance


With Selection Sunday revealing the NCAA bracket on Sunday, fans are learning that everyone will have to watch from home due to the coronavirus. Visit for more information The Athletic’s Shams Charania tweeted both the men’s and women’s tournaments will be held without fans. The only people allowed in the arenas during the games […]

Exclusive: Commissioner Jacqie McWilliams Talks 75 Years of the CIAA Tournament and How it Impacts the Culture


The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association will return to Charlotte on February 25-29, 2020. Founded in 1912 on the campus of Hampton University, CIAA is the oldest African-American conference in the country, one of the most reputable conferences in Division II collegiate sports and its tournament is one of the hottest weekends in sports and Hip-Hop […]

SOURCE SPORTS: LSU’s Joe Burrow Dimes Out Odell Beckham on Real Money Handouts


Heisman Trophy winner and NCAA Championship-winning Quarterback Joe Burrow is keeping it real. Visit for more information After the controversy surrounding former LSU player and current Cleveland Browns star, Odell Beckham, Jr. handing out cash on the field to players, Burrow decided to provide his take. Appearing on the Barstool Sports podcast, Pardon My […]