Study Reveals NCAA Academic Progress Rate System May Discriminate Against HBCUs

New America Senior Policy Analyst Monique Ochitelu joins us to discuss the latest edition of her ongoing study of how the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate (APR) policy systematically discriminates against […]

Study Suggests Bias in Officiating of HBCU Women's Basketball Games

A new study from a Middle Tennessee State University professor suggests that women’s basketball teams at historically black colleges and universities are called for fouls at a disproportionately higher rate […]

Could New NCAA Rules Clear the Way for More Basketball Talent Coming to HBCUs?

The NCAA today announced new rules which will make it easier for athletes good enough to make it to the NBA to return to school if those dreams fall short.

North Carolina A&T Captures HBCU National Title in Celebration Bowl

Tarik Cohen rushed for 295 yards and touchdowns of 83, 74 and 73 yards Saturday, and North Carolina A&T used a slew of big plays for a 41-34 win over Alcorn State in the Celebration Bowl at the Georgia Dome.