BOXTOROW HBCU NFL Draft Chronicles: Martez Carter Podcast

Grambling All-American running back/kick returner Martez Carter has more recently received a lot of buzz for the upcoming NFL Draft. Better late than never. The former collegiate basketball player at Wiley College took an interesting path to Grambling and put in the work to get to this point.  He is drawing comparisons to former North

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Grambling’s Hill leads BOXTOROW Women’s All-America Teams

With the women’s basketball season officially over, BOXTOROW releases its annual All-America Teams. Grambling guard Shakyla Hill was named BOXTOROW National Player of the Year. She was the only player in the top 10 in the SWAC in scoring (16.8 points per game, 4th), rebounding (7.5 rebounds per game, 3rd), assists (5.7 assists per game,

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Jefferson named Player of the Year, leads BOXTOROW All-America Team

As the Final Four approaches, BOXTOROW releases its 10th annual Division I men’s college basketball All-America teams. Texas Southern sophomore guard Damontrae Jefferson was named BOXTOROW National Player of the Year.  The 5-7 sophomore from Milwaukee, Wis. helped to lead the Tigers to the SWAC tournament championship and an appearance and win in the NCAA

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BOXTOROW One-on-One with Texas Southern head coach Mike Davis

Hours after it was announced that the Texas Southern Tigers – winners of their fourth SWAC Tournament championship in six seasons – would play North Carolina Central in the First Four In game for the right to take on No.1 seed Xavier, BOXTOROW host Donal Ware caught up with Tigers head coach Mike Davis who

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HBCU Football’s Most Influential in 125 years of HBCU Football: Willie Galimore

On December 27, 1892, Biddle University defeated Livingstone 5-0 in Salisbury, NC. From that time forward, HBCU football has flourished. Some of the greatest players to ever play pro football attended HBCUs. The North Carolina A&T Aggies are consensus HBCU football national champions. In honor of 125 years of HBCU football, boxtorow.com will highlight some

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BOXTOROW National Player of the Week: Martaveous McKnight

Arkansas Pine Bluff Guard Martaveous McKnight 6-4, Junior, Wallas, Miss. Averaged 32 points, five rebounds, 5.5 assists and 2.5 steals per game on 59 percent shooting from the floor last week in victories over Prairie View A&M and Alcorn State. McKnight scored 39 points, grabbed six rebounds, handed out five assists and had three steals

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HBCU Football’s Most Influential in 125 years of HBCU Football: Jerry Rice

On December 27, 1892, Biddle University defeated Livingstone 5-0 in Salisbury, NC. From that time forward, HBCU football has flourished. Some of the greatest players to ever play pro football attended HBCUs. The North Carolina A&T Aggies are consensus HBCU football national champions. In honor of 125 years of HBCU football, boxtorow.com will highlight some

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