In Season 6 Episode 1 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph shines his HBCU spotlight on two former Southern University basketball players who have signed professional deals. In HBCU news, the Athletic Director for Florida Memorial University resigns amid sexual misconduct claims. The Los Angeles Lakers are the 2020 NBA Champions. The Seattle Storm captures the 2020 WNBA Championship. Seattle Storm player Sue Bird says people don't watch the WNBA because the players are "tall, black and gay." Lewis Hamilton sets a new Formula 1 racing record with his 92nd win. Joseph brings you up to speed on the latest College Football, NFL, and MBL scores. their National Championship win. The University of Texas at Austin players and students want the fight song changed because of its racist history. O'Dell Beckham is banned from the LSU football facilities for two years for giving money to players after the National Championship win. The Weekly Rant is aimed at a photographer who is suing Huston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson for reposting pictures of himself the photographer took on Instagram. Tune in to get your fix.
In Season 5 Episode 16 Pt 2 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph interviews Mr. Bruce Fennel in the Life After Sports Segment. Mr. Fennel is a high school football coach, a former Arena Football Player, who fought his way up from playing Junior College football after not completing his highschoolcareer. He tell us about the life lessons he has learned and how he was able to find a successful life after football. Tune in!!
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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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