On March 12, 1944, the basketball team from North Carolina College for Negroes, now N.C. Central University, broke the color line during a game with white students from Duke University.
Herald-Sun sports writer John McCann is in Norfolk, Va., for the MEAC Tournament, where NCCU coach LeVelle Moton is extremely focused.
These Trojans exchange a few seconds of fame for 32 minutes of team ball.
Herald-Sun sports writer John McCann dips into the Atlantic Coast Conference to tell you that there's no such a thing as a good loss
Even if Texas Tech fan Jeff Orr had opened his big mouth and spewed the n-word at Oklahoma State’s Marcus Smart, the All-American guard still should have kept his hands to himself.
The Herald-Sun's John McCann on the perception of athletes like Richard Sherman.
After N.C. Central beat Delaware State on Saturday, the attention turned to today’s game against archrival N.C. A&T (7:30 p.m., NCCUEaglePride.com). For the uninitiated, think Duke-North Carolina.
On Wednesday, Jones resigned from Southern, his high school alma mater, to join Mack’s staff. Jones attended NCCU, too, where he was a Division II All-America defensive back.
In a basketball season full of talented college freshmen, meet a tough kid who's even younger.
Game-time decison on injured NCCU quarterback Reid