In Season 5 Episode 28 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on former Morgan State University basketball star Phil Carr for signing his new professional contract to play in Sweden, In HBCU news, Morgan State University wide receiver Jordan Cofield dies in a motorcycle crash. The 2020 college football season has kicked off with a matchup between Central Arkansas and Austin Peay. Joseph gives is take on the recent NBA protest, Mike Pence and his staff criticized the NBA protest. Jacksonville, FL native T-Neisha Tate is promoted to a VP position within the Jaguars organization. 8 football players from the University of Nebraska are suing the Big 10. Joseph updates you on the 2020 NBA playoffs. A black real estate developer is the first majority owner of a professional baseball team. The weekly rant is aimed at former NFL player Herschel Walker for making a fool of himself at the Republican National Convention. Tune in to get your fix!!
In Season 5 Episode 27 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on Delaware State University alumnus Russ Steinhorn for becoming a hitting instructor for the St. Louis Cardinals. In HBCU News, former North Carolina A&T University football player Donte Keys is transferring to Florida International University in an attempt to be drafted into the NFL. NBA Star Chris Paul is using his fashion to promote HBCUs. College football officials have concerns about the heart condition Myocarditis is connected to COVID-19. Mental Health experts have evidence to show that physical activity and healthy sporting can help manage mental illnesses. Former ESPN anchor Jemele Hill believes those who cote for Donald Trump are racist. Parents of Big 10 players protested outside of the Big 10 headquarters because they want a season this fall. Joseph gives you an update on the winners and losers in the NBA playoffs. Ohio State University start player Justin Fields launches a petition to play football this fall that has over 70,000 signatures. The Weekly Rant is aimed at former Fox Sports announcer Thom Brennaman is relieved of his duties after he uttered an anti-gay slur during a baseball game. Tune in to get your fix!!
In Season 5 Episode 26 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on Doug Williams and James Harris for being inducted into the National Quarterback Club Hall of Fame, Howard alumnus Michael Lindo is the new Director of Player and Family Engagement for the Detroit Pistons, Florida A&M University's Alelee Figueroa is a 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year nominee. The Big 10 and the PAC 12 have postponed all of their fall sports until the spring. Will the ACC, SEC and Big 12 follow? Florida State University wide receiver D.J. Matthews Tweets that he is COVID-19 positive. Head Coach of the Los Angeles Charges Anthony Lynn announces to his team that he is COVID-19 positive. Will we have a college football season in 2020? Joseph gives an update on the last week's NBA and WNBA scores. Deion Sanders calls out all athletes who have decided to opt out of playing in 2020 because of COVID-19. The weekly rant is aimed at FL Governor Ron DeSantis for inviting all of college football to play in the state of Florida. Seattle Sea Hawks rookie Kemah Siverand was cut from the team for trying to sneak a girl into his room. Tune in to get your fix!!
In Season 5 Episode 25 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on former Virginia State University running back Trenton Cannon for signing a contract to play for the Carolina Panthers. In HBCU news, Purdue University transfer Nojel Eastern is transferring to Howard University to complete his collegiate basketball career, Florida A&M University's football program is looking for a way to play at least four football games this season. In recognition of the Freedom Train Netwokrk's Mental Health Awareness month, Joseph breaks down an NCAA article about how mental health and sports psychologist are not a valued asset for a number of college athletic programs. Emmitt Smith and his wife Pat Smith are getting a divorce after 20 years. #WeAreUnited is the rallying cry for a group of Pac 12 players fighting for better treatment by the NCAA. The San Diego Chargers' Joey Bosa has a new contract for 5 years worth $135 million. The commissioner of Major League Baseball is blaming the players for the COVID-19 outbreak despite weak protocols to keep players safe. Joseph brings you up to speed on the past week's NBA, MLB and WNBA scores. The weekly rant is aimed at Toronto Blue Jays catcher Reese McGuire for getting caught by police masturbating in a parking lot, the former director of communications for the Los Angles Angles is charged with distributing fentanyl to Tyler Skaggs before Skaggs' death. Tune in to get your fix!!
In Season 5 Episode 24 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on NBA player Robert Covington of the Houston Rockets, who was a star player for Tennessee State University, helped the Houston Rockets to victory over the Dallas Mavericks. In HBCU news, Ms. "Quadruple Double" Shakyla Hill, former star of the Grambling State University women's basketball team is using her platform to give back in the form of scholarships. According to an article by The Atlantic, high school athletes are struggling with anxiety and depression now more than ever. Several Major League Baseball players have tested positive for COVID-19 causing some games to be canceled. The NFL preseason was canceled due to COVID-19. Will we have an NFL season this year? The NFL is looking to fight domestic violence better by having talks of banning non-disclosure agreements. Michael Jordan donates $2.5 million to help fight black voter suppression. Joseph catches you up on the weeks winners and losers from the WNBA, MLB and NBA. The weekly rant is aimed at NFL Hall of Famer Mike Ditka, and some guy named Jeffrey Thurston for shooting former college football player Malachi Capers. Tune in to get your fix!!!
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