By Anthony McClean, Editor In Chief Emeritus NEW HAVEN, Ct. — While some schools still have a non-conference game remaining on their schedule this week, Saturday is the unofficial start of conference play for most teams this weekend. Between bye weeks and the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, some teams are just looking to get back […]Read more "HBCU Football Roundup: Week Four"
I CAN’T…AND YOU WON’T by Patrick Freeman Buffalo Criterion BUFFALO, NY (BASN/Buffalo Criterion) The most recent Buffalo Bills game had more sub plots than The Haves and the Have Nots, a popular series on the OWN Network by Tyler Perry. The beginning of the Josh Allen era as the quarterback for the Buffalo Bills was […]Read more "“I CAN’T…AND YOU WON’T”"
Charlotte – The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA®), the nation’s first African American athletic conference, officially unveils its marketing campaign theme “Live the Legacy” and 2019 logo to tip-off the CIAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball season. The new campaign showcases the CIAA’s pillars of tradition, leadership, and community, and highlights the annual legendary sports experience. The 2019 CIAA […]Read more "CIAA Unveils New Logo and “Live the Legacy” Campaign for 2019 Basketball Tournament"
Here are the BASN Newsroom/Batchelor Pad Radio Network HBCU Football All-Peak Performers of the week for the games played through September 15th. DIVISION I (FCS) Offense: Bethune-Cookman redshirt junior quarterback Akevious Williams came off the bench for the third straight game to give the BCU offense a spark against FBS opponent Florida Atlantic. He finished […]Read more "BASN Newsroom/Batchelor Pad HBCU Football All-Peak Performers of The Week"
Today, The Batchelor Pad Radio Network (www.thebatchelorpadnetwork.com) and BASN Newsroom (www.basnnewsroom.com) has announced that they will team up this season to present the HBCU Football All Peak Performers of the week. Each week, we’ll choose an outstanding offensive, defensive, special teams, best newcomer and coach of the week. At the end of the year, we’ll […]Read more "The Batchelor Pad and BASN Newsroom present the HBCU Football All-Peak Performers of The Week"
By Anthony McClean, Editor In Chief Emeritus NEW HAVEN, Ct. — With the looming spectre of Hurricane Florence heading into the weekend, Saturday’s HBCU football schedule has been affected. As of press time, a group of games has either been canceled or postponed. One school that’s been greatly affected by the weather this season is […]Read more "HBCU Football Spotlight: Week Three"
By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter The United States of America has had an issue with race ever since its beginning in the late 1600’s when Blacks were considered as property and or slaves, Native-Americans were savages, Asians and Latinos just did not count. This country has had some radical racial swings from right wing […]Read more "AMERICA IS IN A RACIAL QUANDARY — AGAIN"