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Lynn Swann Resigns As USC’s Athletic Director
September 12, 2019
Pro Football Hall of Famer Lynn Swann resigned as the University of Southern California’s athletic director after three years atop the program, USC President Carol Folt announced in a letter on Monday. ... read more »
Black schools hope NBA star’s gift sparks a golf resurgence
September 5, 2019
Ernie Andrews looks out to the grounds of Washington's historic Langston Golf Course and shrugs at the fact that fewer young black golfers are coming out to play these days. ... read more »
NCAA’s Agent Certification Process Draws Concern, Criticism
August 9, 2019
 The measures — which notably now include requiring agents to have a bachelor’s degree — have drawn criticism from an attorney who has worked on numerous NCAA eligibility cases, at least one agent and NBA All-Star LeBron James via Twitter, among others. ... read more »
Grizzlies make Niele Ivey NBA’s 9th female assistant coach
August 8, 2019
The Memphis Grizzlies have hired former Notre Dame women's associate head coach Niele Ivey among the new assistants on Taylor Jenkins' staff. ... read more »
UCLA and USC Learn from Mistakes During New Season
August 8, 2019
Last football season was difficult for any fan of the USC Trojans or the UCLA Bruins. After two successful seasons, the Trojan hit a lull and finished with a middling 5-7 overall record. The Bruins struggled as they transitioned to Chip Kelly being at the helm, only securing three wins. ... read more »
Scurlock’s Sports Writing Leads to 1st Place NNPA Award
July 18, 2019
Amanda Scurlock credits ‘Black privilege’ to her rise from Sentinel intern to sports writer ... read more »
Student Athlete of the Week: Robert Ballard
June 27, 2019
California State University junior outfielder Robert Ballard fell in love with baseball at an early age. That love led him to compete at the collegiate level. He mentions how his father played a major role in helping him become a baseball player. ... read more »
Memphis Tigers’ Head Coach Penny Hardaway welcomes high expectation of top recruiting class: “We want all the smoke”
June 6, 2019
The recruiting class Memphis Tigers Head Coach Penny Hardaway has assembled may be a shock to most. However, Hardaway had always envisioned getting a top recruiting class with his late friend Desmond Merriweather and he is not surprised by having this class. Nor is he shying away from the expectations of a stacked roster. ... read more »
Cassius Stanley Announces his Commitment to Duke
April 30, 2019
Four-star guard Cassius Stanley, the top remaining uncommitted prospects in the 2019 class, announced his commitment to Duke.   ... read more »
Zion Williamson Wins Big at College Basketball Awards
April 25, 2019
Some of college basketball’s biggest names were honored at the 2019 ESPN College Basketball Awards. Duke standout Zion Williamson and Oregon star Sabrina Ionescu were crowned with the John Wooden award, the most respected honor in college basketball. ... read more »
Auburn point guard Jared Harper to leave school, enter draft
April 11, 2019
Auburn point guard Jared Harper says he will leave school at the end of the spring semester to enter the NBA Draft. ... read more »
Barack Obama’s March Madness Picks
March 21, 2019
It’s time for the Big Dance—and President Obama is ready. Check out his brackets for the Men’s and Women’s NCAA Basketball Championship below. ... read more »
NCAA, USA Basketball and NBA to Provide Top National and Global High School-Age Players with Educational and Athletic Opportunities at 2019 Men’s and Women’s Final Fours
March 19, 2019
The NCAA, USA Basketball and the NBA will bring top male and female high school-age players from around the nation and world to the 2019 Men’s and Women’s Final Fours, offering potential future student-athletes extraordinary opportunities to celebrate the game of basketball and learn more about their sport within the context of higher education. ... read more »
Jemel Hill and LZ Granderson Speak at USC
March 7, 2019
The USC Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism hosted a conversation event called “Waking Up with Jemel Hill and LZ Granderson,” where the two notable sports journalists talked about their careers and current news topics. ... read more »
Johnathan Franklin Keeps the Rams in the Community
January 31, 2019
Since they returned in 2016, the Los Angeles Rams created ways to aide various Southland communities. One of the people who help make that possible is former NFL player and South L.A. native Johnathan Franklin, who is a manager of Community Affairs and Engagement for the franchise. ... read more »
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