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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.
NBA star’s gift seemed genuine, but the school confronts more serious financial challenges.
If Jay-Z is who he’s presented himself to be, more better come out of this partnership with the NFL than some more zeros in his bank account.
Looking back, 1975’s “The Greatest: My Own Story” showed how Morrison would come to illustrate how vexing it is being black in this country.
The Redskins rookie and his father have sought advice from Cornelius Green, the former Dunbar High star and Ohio State’s first black quarterback.
The goalkeeping great and outspoken figure says she is being “purposely ignored” for her role while her former team is being celebrated.
It has not been unusual for white athletes to be exalted for actions for which black athletes were dismissed at best or excoriated at worst.
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.
Columnist Kevin Blackistone answers your questions about the upcoming NBA season.