A long time ago, I read a great book called "A Fan's Notes," by the late Frederick Exley. It's a fictional, semi-autobiography that chronicles many as...
The NCAA-HBCU relationship is one where both sides need to stop lying to each other. The NCAA shouldn't act like we're more than a second-string mistress in its business and marketing objectives, and HBCUs shouldn't act like we care about NCAA compliance and oversight.
A week before this year's Final Four, ESPN televised a NCAA college basketball game played a half-century ago that was the most important sporting event associated with the Civil Rights Movement.
I often see college coaches speaking out about the NCAA for ridiculous rules and schools who allow students to storm the court. Why not do the same for LGBT folks that live in your community?
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This week the nation got to experience March Madness a few days early with Donald Trump's back-to-back town halls. On Tuesday, Trump said he supports nuclear non-proliferation but also suggested that South Korea and Japan get nuclear weapons of their own (the latter has a pretty good rationale for being nuclear-free). The next night, when asked if women who have abortions should be punished, he replied, "there has to be some form of punishment." And no, this wasn't an early April Fool's joke. He walked back the statement the next day, but perhaps this is the reason why three-quarters of women view him unfavorably. But as extreme as the statement was, it's worth noting that mainstream Republican policy has been punishing women seeking abortions for years at the state level - putting up unnecessary roadblocks, mandating outdated procedures and making life as miserable as possible for vulnerable women. Madness indeed.
When anyone achieves great success, you can rest assured they had to overcome great adversity. Our trials make our triumphs that much sweeter. You might be really far away from your goal but creating a shared vision gives your team a very vivid memory to carry with them.
When it comes to deciding your career, don't be afraid to think big! Almost every college student has a similar amount of career experience, give or take an internship or two. That is to say, not that much.
I'm starting to think there are two definitions for March Madness. The first being the one everyone already knows; March Madness: (noun) The American ...
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Almost 44 years have passed since Title IX guaranteed gender equity in education-related sports, 53 years since the Equal Pay Act became law, and 96 years since women won the right to vote, but it's feeling a lot like we're back in 1916, instead of 2016.
Sports is the ultimate serial story that attracts an audience from all walks of life. It's not only the singular wins that keep fans engaged and invested. The stories of the teams and players woven through the years keep us invested and connected at a deeper level.
Sweet Sixteen games for the NCAA Tournament commence on Thursday and everyone is reconsidering their brackets after the first two messy rounds of tournament play.
If you are looking for some more snacks for your next March Madness party, give this strawberry mango salsa a try. It's best served with crunchy tortilla chips, but my kids actually like to just shovel it straight into their mouths.
The best sports weekend of the year is officially in the books and just like every previous first weekend of the NCAA Tournament, this one was perfect. As per usual we had drama that couldn't be scripted and one wild finish after another.
The Oregon Ducks rode key late three-pointers by Tyler Dorsey and Dillon Brooks to erase a late seven-point deficit to top a tough St. Joseph's team 69-64 to advance to the Sweet Sixteen.