Ed Reed announced Bethune-Cookman University will not hire him as head football coach following his critical comments of the Florida HBCU.

Is Bethune-Cookman University hiring NFL Hall Of Famer Ed Reed as coach part of Deion Sanders' "blueprint" for HBCU football?

T.C. Taylor, the wide receivers coach for the Tigers during their undefeated regular season, was hired on the recommendation of outgoing head coach Deion Sanders.

Controversial eligibility issues take center stage.

University of Alabama Head Football Coach Nick Saban's allegations that Deion Sanders and Jackson State paid a top recruit to attend the HBCU is wrong and he needs to mind his own business. It’s that simple.

Josh Williams, a defensive back from Fayetteville State projected to be selected in the 2022 NFL Draft, told NewsOne in an exclusive interview that he wants to "rewrite what people think about HBCUs and their athletes."

The announcement that Tennessee State will face Notre Dame in football spotlights the ongoing conversation about HBCUs playing “payout games” against Power Five teams in exchange for major money, and a lopsided loss.

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.

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.

Kevin Coleman Jr. and other top high school football recruits who choose to attend an HBCU need to be given their appropriate recognition for taking a chance on their careers and uplifting these historically Black institutions in the process.

Jackson State University Head Football Coach Deion Sanders called the long-standing practice “payout games” the "ultimate sell-out" for HBCU football teams. But that's a very narrow-minded view on the topic.

Travis Hunter, the nation’s number one college football prospect in the Class of 2022, has decided to attend Jackson State University and play football for the Tigers next fall. His decision makes HBCU history.