In Season 5 Episode 15 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on the North Carolina A&T State University All-American Award recipients. The UFC has returned, in this Saturday's main event former welterweight champion Tyron Woodley was defeated by rising star Gilbert Burns, tennis star Naomi Osaka became the highest paid female athlete of all-time in a 12 month span, NBS general managers are contemplating using a FIBA style tournament format to complete their season, NFL commissioner Roger Godell issues a statement about the murder of George Floyd, the former head of communications for the NFL admitted that Kaepernick was deemed bad for business for the NFL. The weekly rant is aimed Karl Malone as we learned about his past that includes sex with a minor and abandoning his children. Tune in to get your fix!!!
In Season 5 Episode 14 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on the 57 student-athletes who graduated from Prairie View A&M University recently. In HBCU news, Florida Tech has cut its football program and many are wondering if more HBCU's will be forced to eliminate their football programs? For the 2020 Black Women's Celebration Month Joseph highlights the WNBA career of Cynthia Cooper. Dallas Cowboy legend Emmitt Smith is the latest person to chime in on the Dallas Cowboy Dak Prescott contract standoff, ESPN reveals it's top 10 all-time NBA player list and Joseph gives his opinion, Tom Brady and other athletes along with the Players Coalition send letters to attorneys and the FBI director to investigate the death of Ahmad Aubrey, charges were dropped against Lou Anna K, Simon the former president of Michigan State University in her connection to the Larry Nassar case, arrest warrants were issued for two NFL players after and alleged robbery. The weekly rant is aimed at a former WWE champion who is charged with sexual assault. Tune in to get your fix!!
In Season 5 Episode 13 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on Hampton University's Robert Gresham III for attaining the highest GPA in the Hampton School of Science. In HBCU news a black owned talent agency is building a platform to help HBCU athletes become professional athletes. In the Black Women's Celebration segment Joseph celebrates former WNBA legend Swin Cash for attaining her new position with the New Orleans Pelicans. Joseph covers episodes 5 & 6 of The Last Dance series, former NBA player Shannon Brown is arrested for shooting at potential buyers of his home, former Louisville head coach and the University if Louisville are given notices of allegations for NCAA violations under Pitino's time as head basketball coach, Baltimore Ravens safety Earl Thomas' wife was arrested after an altercation involving weapons. The weekly rant is aimed at Fox Sports host Jason Whitlock for his sellout comments towards LeBron James because of a Tweet. Tune in to get your fix!!!
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In Season 5 Episode 12 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph Shines his HBCU spotlight on former Hampton defensive back Christian Angulo for signing as a free agent with the New York Giants. Women's professional hockey player Black Bolden makes NHL history as the first black woman to be a professional hockey scout, we learned more about the Black Girl Hockey Club, Neile Ivey is the new women's basketball head coach, journalist Jemele Hill tweets about the New England Patriots drafting a kicker who is a suspected white supremacist. The Dallas Cowboys drafted former Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton, Joseph talks about episodes 3,4 of The Last Dance docuseries. The weekly rant is aimed at former Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Telvin Smith for having sex with a 17 year old, former Tulane basketball star Teshaun Hightower was arrested for murder. Tune in to get your fix!!
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