Donal talks with NFL Draft hopeful Martez Carter of Grambling. He also gives his thoughts on the NBA Playoff matchups and Colin Kaepernick.
Two-time NCAA national champion, Villanova guard Phil Booth joins Donal Ware. Plus Jackson State baseball coach Omar Johnson stops by. Plus, when LeBron James becomes a free agent, do you really want him on your team?
Donal Ware talks with Tennessee State’s new head men’s basketball coach Brian Penny Collins. Grind City Media senior editor Mike Wallace stops by. And Donal breaks down the BOXTOROW All-America Team.
North Carolina Central baseball coach Jim Koerner stops by. Donal talks NCAA Tournament and NBA.
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.
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.
Celebrate Black History Month with FROM THE PRESS BOX TO PRESS ROW: The History Makers Everyday is Black History Month on FROM THE PRESS BOX TO PRESS ROW. But in keeping with the spirit and the tradition of Black History Month in February, FROM THE PRESS BOX TO PRESS ROW has an extra special month
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boxtorow.com #HBCU125 continues asFROM THE PRESS BOX TO PRESS ROW w/ Donal Ware will preview the upcoming HBCU and pro football seasons. Over a four-week period, Ware will talk plenty of football and will talk with coaches, athletes and media members. We want YOU to join us on our social media platforms and give us your
Tampa Bay Rays ace pitcher Chris Archer went seven innings giving up just two runs as the Rays defeated the Yankees 7-3 on opening day. Archer season gets off to a great start, unlike last year where he struggled a bit and the Rays failed to give him run support. The below article was written