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Kevin B. Blackistone, ESPN panelist and visiting professor at the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, writes sports commentary for the Post.
As it has on other social issues in the past, college sports’ governing body should stop staging championships in states with restrictive abortion laws.
A pillar of the D.C.-area boxing scene who trained Hasim Rahman among others now is an Alzheimer’s caregiver, and his money’s running out.
Churchill Downs track was too muddy to race, and everything that resulted was slop.
College athletes play for an education. Here’s what they can learn from the Clemson football coach.
The students connected to the scandal largely played sports that cost the schools money to run without bringing in money. Those sports’ overheads are mostly paid for by the revenue generated from sports stocked by black male athletes.
When Don Newcombe, Frank Robinson, Willie Mays, Hank Aaron, Ernie Banks, Larry Doby, Roy Campanella and others joined Jackie Robinson, more than history was made.
Baseball’s commissioner is being honored by the National Congress of American Indians, but the message is being sent more widely.
Beyond his statistics, Frank Robinson was in the vanguard of the liberated black American athlete.
Restricting transfers clearly demonstrates players’ status as indentured servants.
Columnist Kevin Blackistone answers your questions about the upcoming NBA season.