Virginia Union University’s Panthers weren’t blinded by the bright lights. Playing in front of national TV (NFL Network) and radio (Westwood One) audiences, the squad was up for the challenge – and then some.
It couldn’t have ended any better for Virginia State or any worse for Norfolk State.
“Sanford & Son” has given way to Sanders & Son as a top entertainment attraction. Only this is real life drama minus any funny business.
Ray Bullock Sr. has refereed nearly every level of basketball there is, from youth leagues to the NBA. Now he can add SlamBall to his list.
As upsets go, this was a classic.
Danielle Williams has put the CIAA back on the world track and field map.
The NFL’s fraternity of starting Black quarterbacks continues to grow.
In some ways, track and field served up a tantalizing preview of what’s to come next year at the Paris Olympics. In others, the sport left the nine-day world championships with as many questions as answers.
Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin made the cut, a person with direct knowledge of the decision confirmed to The Associated Press on Tuesday and according to NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero.
Simone Biles is not going to explain herself. Part of this is by design. Part of this is because she simply can’t.
Virginia Union University’s Hayden Garcia, who competed in 2022-23 as a graduate student for the VUU Golf Team, has been named an All-American by The Black College Golf Coaches Association and Golf Coaches Association of America, it was announced last ...
The Richmond Flying Squirrels season is getting down to the nitty gritty.
On Sunday, Sept. 3, Virginia Union University will have a national audience watching its performance.
The Las Vegas Aces might be the surest bet in the city known as “The Gambling Capital of the World.” A’ja Wilson is a towering reason why.
The VSU Trojans, NSU Spartans and HU Pirates will swing into action Sept. 2 for their season openers.