HBCU Future in DI Basketball
March 28, 2014•45 min
INSiiGHTS has spirited discussion on the performances of the HBCUs “pride & joy” basketball teams in the NCAA Tournaments. March Madness started with optimism as a result of the North Carolina Central men’s team starting with the highest seed of a Black College Division I team and the Lady Pirates of Hampton starting with the highest seed EVER given to an HBCU program as a 12th seed. INSiiGHTS looks at both programs came crashing to earth leaving many wondering if we can compete at the Division I level. INSiiGHTS takes a look at those losses and wonders if the beat of doom is drawing nearer ...................
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (March 28) – INSiiGHTS, the brainchild of the visionary championship winning coach, Mickey Clayton, releases this weeks show entitled HBCU Future in Division I Basketball, this Friday, March 28 at 7:00 p.m. ET on www.INSiiGHTS.com and iHeart Radio.
Coach Mickey Clayton and fellow basketball fan, Clayton Smith argue and discuss the plight of the HBCU Division I basketball programs during the NCAA Basketball Tournaments. They discuss the ramifications of the games that were not even close even though two of the participants had the highest seeds ever received by Men or Women HBCU basketball programs.
Coach Mickey Clayton also has an interview with Donal Ware of BoxToRow.com. Donal has a passion for HBCU football and spends a lot of time on his various entertainment avenues to promote and highlight the stories of HBCU institutions. He is an energetic, well-spoken visionary who is passionate about his endeavors. “Coach” was obviously impressed with his accomplishments. This is an interview not to be missed.