Donal talks #MarchMadness, NCCU and Texas Southern basketball, talks about Craig Mack and talks National Football League free agency.
BOXTOROW host Donal Ware sat down with R&B singer/actor Tank recently and talked with him about being a host on the new series BET’s Mancave. Tank also talked about how he ended up at Morgan State University to play football and what happened during his time at Morgan. He also talked about his latest album,
BOXTOROW host, Donal Ware’s, Division I Men’s Bracket. Donal is so old school, doesn’t he know he can fill the bracket out online instead of writing it in? Check out his picks…
In the title of this piece, we had to add the 2018 disclaimer. That’s because exactly one year ago, BOXTOROW had a one-on-one conversation with North Carolina Central head coach LeVelle Moton. The Eagles make it to the Big Dance for the second year in a row, coming off an improbable 2018 MEAC Tournament championship
Donal talks to R&B singer/actor Tank about hosting the show BET’s Mancave, his brief time at Morgan State and about his music and career. Virginia Union head men’s basketball coach Jay Butler also stopped by the show.
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
Donal talks about the CIAA Tournament remaining in Charlotte, about Hampton and the MEAC, and Savannah State head men’s basketball coach Horace Broadnax is our guest.
BOXTOROW host Donal Ware talked extensively on FROM THE PRESS BOX TO PRESS ROW this past weekend about the press release the MEAC sent last week that it said set the record straight about Hampton leaving the conference to join the Big South and what it means for MEAC, its member schools and Hampton moving
2017 was the first year that Erik Jones raced full-time on the NASCAR Monster Energy Drink Series. He secured 14 top 10 finishes and was named Rookie of the Year. This was his third NASCAR Rookie of the Year honor as in 2016 he won the award in the Xfinity Series and in 2015 on
NASCAR Monster Energy Drink Series Cup driver Chase Elliott had a solid 2017, finishing fifth in the points standing. He won one of the Duel qualifying race on Thursday and will start on the second row of this Sunday’s Daytona 500. Elliott, one of NASCAR’s more popular drivers, talked with BOXTOROW host Donal Ware about