Posts tagged: College Football - Diverse

Football and Academics: Tough Balancing Act at Some Schools

by Associated Press | April 23, 2018 NEW YORK — Football is complicated. Life is more so. The charge for universities is to prepar Read more

Arthur Ashe Scholar: Blaise Taylor, Committed to Serving Others

by Lois Elfman | April 4, 2018
Blaise Taylor of Arkansas State University, this year’s Arthur Ashe Jr. Male Sports Scholar, [...] Read more

Emerging Scholar Profile: Bimper Builds the Athletics Bridge

by | January 24, 2018
Having grown up in Dallas, Tx., Dr. Albert Bimper Jr.’s experience attending Colorado State U [...] Read more

Challenges Persist in Hiring Black Head Coaches in College Football

by Gregory Clay | January 18, 2018
Penn State University’s James Franklin was the quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator a [...] Read more

The Role of Analytics in Studying the Hiring of Black Coaches in College Football

by Gregory Clay | January 17, 2018
In the dizzying merry-go-round that is the hiring of head coaches in college football, Willie T [...] Read more

London Delivers Epic Upset in Debut as Howard University Coach

by Joe Reedy, Associated Press | September 4, 2017
Howard University, a Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) school, were a 45-point underdog t [...] Read more

College Football Opener Again Raises Cash Game Concerns

by Autumn A. Arnett | September 7, 2015
Skeptics criticize the decision of some schools to hold football contests that often result in [...] Read more

NLRB Deals ‘Minor Blow’ to Advances for College Athletes

by Autumn A. Arnett | August 17, 2015
The National Labor Relations Board unanimously declined jurisdiction Monday in a case filed by [...] Read more