In season 4 episode 12 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shined his HBCU spotlight on Jackson State's SGA President Jordan Jefferson for his excellence on and off the football field. In HBCU news, rumor has it that former FSU QB Deondre Francois headed to an HBCU, but some sources are saying it is not true. Also in HBCU news, Doug Williams Drive was unveiled on Grambling’s campus to honor their football legend. A black woman named Khalia Collier is the owner and general manager of the St. Louis Surge, Gervanta Davis defeats Ricardo Nunez with a 2nd round TKO, Boxer Maxim Dadashev suffered brain injury in boxing match and died as a result, Joseph recaps the 2019 WNBA All-Star weekend, Major League Baseball unveiled their 2019 Hall of Fame class, and Joseph summarizes the NFL's top 100 list numbers 100-41. The NBA is investigating if salary cap violations occurred during 2019 free agency, and Steve Kerr doesn’t want NBA players to be able to force a trade. In the Monday rant, Ex-Southern band director pocketed nearly $300,000 and filed false invoices. Tune in to get your fix!!!
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In season 4 episode 11 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on a number of former HBCU football players currently playing in the Canadian Football League. Manny Pacquiao defeated Keith Thurman in a split decision on Saturday night. Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill will not be criminally charged or suspended by the NFL for the alleged child abuse his son suffered. Police and NFL state that they feel a crime was committed but did have any evidence to determine who hurt the child. Boxing legend Pernell Whitaker was hit by car and dies as a result of his injuries at the age of 55. Joseph discusses the 2019 Wimbledon men's and women's champions, Joseph gives his take on the Chris Paul Russell Westbrook trade and reveals the winners from the 2019 ESPY Awards. Former NBA players Josh Childress, Zach Randolph and Al Harrington invest in ownership of Australia's National Basketball League’s South East Melbourne Phoenix team, and LaMello Ball signs with an Australian NBL team to prep for the NBA. In the Weekly rant Joseph gives the business to New Orleans Saints rookie Carl Granderson, for being sentenced to immediate jail time in a sexual battery case. Tune in to get your fix!!
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In season 4 episode 10 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on Shaw University's Amir Hinton for signing a free agent contract with the New York Knicks. In HCBU news, Dr. Kiki Baker Barnes is named the new President of the NAIA-ADA. More moves have been made in the 2019 NBA free agency period; Kwahi Leonard signs with the Clippers and Paul George will be joining him. The USA Women's Soccer team has won the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup. 15 year old tennis phenom, Coco Gauff defeats Venus Williams at Wimbledon and continues to win, the University of Virginia are the winners of the 2019 College World Series, and Joseph gives us a rundown of the 2019 Major League Baseball All-Star team rosters. In sad baseball news, Anaheim Angels pitcher Tyler Skagga died on Monday. The WNBA season is in full swing and Joseph updates us on scores and standings, and the Big 3 is in week 3 of their 2019 season. The weekly rant is aimed at ex-NBA start Chuck Person is facing two years in prison for his role in the NCAA basketball scandal. Person's lawyer says he was involved in the scandal because he was broke and made a lot of bad financial decisions. Tune in to get your fix!!!
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