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The NCAA tournament is arguably the biggest event in all of college athletics that brings a sizable payday for many participating conferences. But HBCUs have found themselves on the lower end of the financial spectrum.

Osaka got emotional when talking about the incident after her match with Kudermatova, comparing it to Serena and Venus Williams being heckled at the BNP Paribas Open.  

He faces 22 civil suits alleging various accounts of sexual assault and misconduct.

Calvin Ridley's season-long suspension for betting on games in which he didn't play is a far cry from the lenient past punishments handed down to NFL players who brutally beat women and children, for example.

Tahir Murray is doing his part to infuse HBCU culture through fashion. Inspired by a commencement address from President Barack Obama, Murray chose to attend Howard University and created his apparel company “Legacy History Pride” that celebrates the unique culture at HBCUs while he was a student at Howard.

Infamous former Baylor University football coach Art Briles quickly resigned as offensive coordinator at Grambling State after intense backlash from the HBCU community. Briles was fired after a wide-ranging sexual assault scandal at Baylor.

Maryland native and former NCAA basketball player Maurice Creek is not quite home, but he is finally out of Ukraine.

Criticism abounded on social media over the choice for Grambling State University to hire Art Briles, the infamous former Baylor University head coach who was fired in 2016 after being linked to sexual assault allegations.

Let’s take a look at some of Kobe Bryant's most valuable, as well as most affordable rookie cards.

The true essence of the CIAA tournament isn't the basketball or even the star musical performances; it’s in the camaraderie, tradition and legacy passed down from generation to generation in the HBCU community.

It's not surprising that Flores found a new coaching home with the Steelers. Until a little over a week ago, Tomlin was the league's only Black head coach.  

Ultimately the Court of Arbitration for Sports allowed Valieva to compete because of her age, making her a "protected person" by the definition of the World Anti-Doping Agency.