In Season 5 The Bonus Episode of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph had the privilidge of interviewing Dr. Tunisha Singleton about the Black Girls Hockey Club. Dr. Singleton sits on the BGHC Board of Directors Programming Committee and aspires to work with more organizations on projects surrounding sports and society, mental health, multiculturalism, and race/gender/LGBTQ empowerment. She is also a Media Psychologist and emerging media, marketing and digital communications consultant. In addition to business consulting and serving Fielding Graduate University’s Department of Psychology as Adjunct Faculty, Dr. Singleton has turned her attention to tackling her passion in sports, working to boost fan engagement, build community relationships, and plant engaging touch points to fasten a supportive relationship between sports and society.
In Season 5 Episode 31 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on former HBU stars Steve McNair, Donald Driver, Jimmy Smith, Nick Collins, Ben Coates, Erik Williams for being considered for the 2021 Pro Football Hall of Fame. In HBCU News, FAMU legend Robert Wilson dies at the age of 46, Deion Sanders is being considered for the head coaching job at Jackson State University. Naomi Osaka wins the 2020 US Open with a message for all viewing, WNBA star Maya Moore announced that she married Jonathan Irons the man she helped earn his freedom from being falsely convicted, the Big Ten decided to play football this fall after crumbling under the pressure of their opposers, Trak & Feild star Caster Semenya lost her appeal to the Swiss Federal Tribunal saying hse can't compete as a biological woman because of high testosterone levels. A study conducted by the National Bureau of Economic Research shows that white privileged college athletes and students benefit from the money generated by poor black college athletes. Joseph gives an update on the weekly winners and losers from the NBA playoffs, NFL, and college football. Oklahoma University head coach Lincoln Riley says reporting the players who have COVID-19 give his team an unfair competitive disadvantage. The weekly rant is aimed at Fox Sports 1 analyst Skip Bayless for saying the Dallas Cowboys quarterback was weak for talking about his depression publicly. Tune in to get your fix!!!
A Native of Tallahassee, coach, mentor, and serial entrepreneur; Brandon Fitzgerald Mickens has
dictated his life to service. A Graduate of Florida A&M University; Brandon received his Bachelor
Degree in Political Science with a minor in Pre-Law. For a decade he has given his life to service in
the community of Tallahassee. Brandon has coached at the youth, and middle school levels,
Co-Founder of the Non-Profit Organization 850 Kings 7 on 7 team, and has recently become the
Wide Receiver Coach for John Paul 2 Catholic School.
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In Season 5 Episode 29 Pt 1 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on former Virginia State University running back Trenton Cannon for making the Carolina Panthers' 53 man roster. In HBCU new Deion Sanders has been rumored to become the next head coach at Jackson State University. Houston Texans QB DeShaun Watson gets a contract extension, the Jacksonville Jaguars released running back Leonard Fournette but he was picked up by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Joseph has a discussion about the NBA playoffs as he updated you on the winners and losers from this past weeks games. Legendary head coach on the Georgetown basketball program John Thompson, Jr. died. The Brooklyn Nets hired Steve Nash as it's next head coach causing some to think he was hired because of "White Privilege". Alabama head coach is celebrated for leading his players in a march against social injustice; you know Joseph was side-eyeing the whole thing. The weekly rants is aimed at former NFL head coach and son of NFL coach Lovie Smith was indicted for pandering in Arizona. Tune in to get your fix!!!
Athlete turned Engineer, Project Manager, Motivational Speaker, and soon to be MBA graduate, Marlon Napier is Tallahassee Florida raised family man that encourages people that “your starting point is never your setback but your setup for your come up. That you are your biggest limiting factor.” Marlon has flourished in his career path while breaking down racial barriers in Corporate America without losing his identity.
Marlon Napier was a standout athlete at Tallahassee’s James S. Rickards High School, which translated into him playing football for Florida State University. Marlon managed to receive his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering with minors in Math and Physics all while playing football for the Seminoles (First Football Athlete to Graduate from the FAMU/FSU College of Engineer in this field).
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