Chris Paul’s HBCU Tip-off and HBCU Challenge is back

Chris Paul’s second annual HBCU Tip-Off and HBCU Challenge teams and dates have been set. The future Hall of Famer has become a huge supporter for HBCUs for a few years now. Last year we saw the first set of events hosted by Chris Paul, and this year looks to add some more great programs … Continue reading Chris Paul’s HBCU Tip-off and HBCU Challenge is back

FIFA and EA Sports end three decade long partnership

It was recently confirmed that EA Sports and FIFA will end their three decade long partnership. The FIFA 2023 video game will be the last edition made by EA Sports. This partnership will not stop EA Sports from continuing to make a Football (Soccer). Actually, EA Sports will rename the FIFA video game EA Sports … Continue reading FIFA and EA Sports end three decade long partnership

USF Bulls are looking to build an on-campus stadium

The Tampa Bay area might have a new venue to attend in the coming years as University of South Florida are looking to build an on-campus stadium. The program that joined the FBS division in 2001 received a $5 million gift towards the future project. The school has been sharing a stadium with the Tampa … Continue reading USF Bulls are looking to build an on-campus stadium

Athletes Unlimited is changing the industry

For the longest time, the American public only got the chance to see a few sports have professional leagues attached to them. Football has the NFL, Basketball has the NBA, and Baseball has the MLB. The three biggest sports leagues in the US. To put it into perspective on how limited the options were for … Continue reading Athletes Unlimited is changing the industry