Dallas got their first true look of a Dak-less offense and it was as ugly as you thought it would be. That being said, the dirtiest two words in Texas are Houston defense.Read more "The NFL Field Generals Report: Week No. 6"
Dusty Baker does not use analytics, Money Ball, homer ball, and many claim that he wears out his pitching staff after two years. Dusty runs the Houston Astros with inner feelings and guts, the old fashion way.Read more "DUSTY BAKER: A BASEBALL HISTORY"
By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus While we saw another week of upsets, comebacks and, continued stellar play from the Field Generals, the untimely season-ending injury to Dallas’ Dak Prescott on Sunday casts a sad pall on the week’s action. In the midst of having a career season for the Cowboys, the former Mississippi State standout […]Read more "The NFL Field Generals Report: Week No. 5"
By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus After three weeks of not having to deal with the elephant in the room, the spectre of the Coronavirus finally hit the NFL right between their collective eyes. Whether it was the continuing outbreak with the Tennessee Titans or the diagnosis of Field General Cam Newton, COVID-19 is slowly leaving […]Read more "The NFL Field Generals Report: Week No. 4"
By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter The National Basketball Association seems to be headed in the wrong direction with over 85% African American players on the floor and less than 10% African Americans in their executive’s offices. The League will be moving into it’s 73rd year in 2021, the NBA has had 73 Black head […]Read more "THE NBA COACHING DILEMMA OF 2020"
By NHL Public Relations The Lightning defeated the Stars in Game 6 of the 2020 Stanley Cup Final to end an unprecedented postseason that started with players arriving in hub cities of Toronto and Edmonton on July 26 and ended with Tampa Bay captain Steven Stamkos hoisting the Stanley Cup surrounded by teammates on Sept. 28 – nearly one year after the 2019-20 […]Read more "By the Numbers: 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs & Stanley Cup Qualifiers"
Week Three for the Field Generals would once again feature a pair of nationally televised matchups. It also highlighted the dramatic range of these talented fellas.Read more "The NFL Field Generals Report: Week No. 3"
By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter For a sports fan the ultimate joy is the experience of watching excellence and witnessing the athlete’s perform at his/her best. This was in effect 20 years ago, when young Serena and Venus Williams played their first major tennis tournament. Even a lay person could see the difference the […]Read more "Call Him Mr. Hamilton: The New King of The Road"
By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus After an opening week that saw the NFL’s 10 starting Black quarterbacks go a collective 7-3 (including a season-opening matchup between K.C.’s Patrick Mahomes and Houston’s DeShaun Watson), there was more history set to be made in Week Two. Entering Sunday’s contests, there were four scheduled head-to-head matchups between the […]Read more "The NFL Field Generals Report: Week No. 2"
By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter OAKLAND- The National Basketball Association has to do a better job with their hiring and firing procedures. There are thirty teams and FIVE African American head coaches, 73 Black head coaches in 73 years, that is one per year. Remember the first Black head coach did not get a […]Read more "HEY, NBA!! IT’S TIME!!"