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If Master P was your dad, you can trust that he’s going to make sure you’re set up the right way!  As soon as the NCAA  announced that they would allow athletes make money off their image and likeness, Master P came through with a $2 Million deal with American Technology company for his son […]

North Carolina has more than a dozen coronavirus cases and as the number continues to rise around the globe, several cases have come forward in Mecklenburg County. Events are getting postponed or canceled. Everything from the ACC Tournament to St. Patrick’s Day. After canceling the ACC basketball tournament, the conference says it will now suspend […]

Following North Carolina's decision to repeal parts of its "bathroom bill," the NCAA ended its six-month championship events ban within the state.

After a year of hell, the N.C. General Assembly finally repealed HB2. It only cost us NCAA tournaments, the NBA All-Star Game, a PayPal expansion, concerts, jobs and an estimated $3.7 billion. The repeal was far from perfect. It resets protections to pre-HB2 levels and places a three-year moratorium on cities from passing their own […]

I couldn’t be more excited to see North Carolina and my home state, South Carolina, being represented in the Final Four!  On Saturday, April 1, USC will play Gonzaga and UNC will take on Oregon.  At the end of the night we will know the final two teams that will advance to the NCAA Championship […]

A confederate flag was spotted flying next to a South Carolina NCAA tournament arena.

Clemson and Alabama made millions during last night's national championship; Roland Martin says college football players should be paid.

The NCAA announced yesterday that it has relocated seven championship events — including early rounds of the men’s basketball tournament scheduled for Greensboro — because of a controversial state law, HB2.  HB2 blocks anti-discrimination protections and requires people to use bathrooms corresponding to their birth gender rather than the sex they identify with. Two schools […]

Legendary college women's basketball coach Pat Summitt has died at the age of 64 due to complications of Alzheimer's.

Legendary college basketball coach Pat Summitt is reportedly "struggling" as her health continues to deteriorate.

March Madness is in full effect and some of the biggest names in music are flocking to Houston, Tex. next weekend for the 2016 NCAA March Madness Music Festival.