In season 4 episode 1 of The Fix Sports Podcast, Joseph Ward shines his HBCU spotlight on Alabama St. Men rally for winning their third straight SWAC tennis title, and former Grambling State University's track star turned boxer remains undefeated. In HBCU news, two Fired FAMU coaches will have jury trial in their wrongful termination cases. Cynthia Marshall is the new CEO of the Dallas Mavericks and asked to clean up a culture of sexual predation. Patrick Irving joined The Fix to talk boxing. Claressa Shields defeats Christina Hammer, Lomachenko gets another victory over Crolla, Terance Crawford wins in TKO against Amir Khan, and Errol Spence remains undefeated with win over Mickey Garcia. Virgina won the Men's NCAA basketball championship, while Baylor tops Notre Dame to win the Women's NCAA basketball championship. Joseph updates us on the NBA playoffs, The NFL draft will begin on Thursday April 25th, and the Alliance of American Football has suspended its operations. The Monday rant is aimed at the racist white fans who continue to spew racism at sporting events and the white players and organizational owners/administration who turn a blind eye to the epidemic. Tune in to get your fix!!!
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