BornBaller Academy Shapes Next Generation of Football with WR Training

t may sound cliché, but Zaire Andre literally lives and breathes football. The Inglewood native started his sports journey at the age of five years old. He has played youth sports (football and basketball) in Inglewood and attended multiple grade schools including: Dodson and Carnegie Middle School, which led him to Crenshaw High School and graduating from Inglewood High School with a full ride scholarship to play football at Washington State University. After spending two years in Washington, Andre came back home to Los Angeles and transferred to El Camino Junior College, where he earned his associate’s degree. He continued his football journey in San Antonio, Texas at the University of Incarnate Word and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice in 2019. 

Vincent Jefferson Elevates Cathedral Football

After being interim head coach for most of the 2023 season, Vincent Jefferson will be taking the helm of the Cathedral Phantoms football team for the 2024 season. Jefferson has not only been on the coaching staff for 13 years, but he also taught at the school for 10 years.

The Story and Tradition of Miami Hurricanes Superfan Honoring His Brother

College football across the country brings families and communities together, providing a sense of belonging. The Miami Hurricanes football program holds a special place in Shelton Douthett’s heart and is the reason he continues to carry on the legacy of his late brother, Wayne, who passed away from pneumonia in 2009.