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The Undefeated's William C. Rhoden provides his unique perspectives on the world of sports and more.

Rhoden Fellows: HBCU 468 ESPN

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    • 4.6 • 19 Ratings

The Undefeated's William C. Rhoden provides his unique perspectives on the world of sports and more.

    Ep. 3: It's A Hampton University Takeover

    Ep. 3: It's A Hampton University Takeover

    On this week’s episode of the Rhoden Fellows podcast, host Keion Cage and producer Kianah Robinson-Chery and welcome everyone to the Tre Way episode. They discuss with their guest Alexis Davis the first week at Hampton, hot new music from Kanye, Drake and Chloe Bailey, and HBCU football.

    • 22 min
    Back On the Yard

    Back On the Yard

    This week on the Rhoden Fellows: HBCU 468 podcast, hosts Cayla Sweazie, Alexis Davis and producer Calvin Sykes are joined by biological scientist Crichanni Watson to discuss students returning to campus. They also share their thoughts on fashion and music trends that you’ll likely see and hear on the yard, as well as discuss the HBCU games of the week.

    • 31 min
    Ep. 1: Back to School Edition

    Ep. 1: Back to School Edition

    On the first episode of the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, we meet the fifth class of Rhoden Fellows: Alexis Davis, Keion Cage, Kianah Robinson-Chery, Cayla Sweazie, Sarah Jones-Smith and Calvin Sykes. In this episode hosted by Cayla and produced by Sarah, we learn more about where the Fellows come from and their aspirations. The group discusses the summer portion of their fellowship, as well as heading back to campus. They also share some of their feelings about whether or not their campuses are requiring students to be vaccinated and name an HBCU athlete of the week!

    • 26 min
    Fellows Farewell

    Fellows Farewell

    On the final episode of the Rhoden Fellows Podcast hosted by Jonathan Scott, this year’s class of fellows all weigh in on the Atlanta Dream’s first all-black, all-female newly announced broadcast team featuring LaChina Robinson, Angel Gray, Autumn Johnson, and Tabitha Turner. The fellows also react to the recent news of former NFL QB Tim Tebow returning to the league and signing with the Jacksonville Jaguars, but this time as a tight end. To cap off the final episode, fellows discuss former NFL WR Jacoby Jones and his hiring at Morgan State University as a tight end’s coach, and also what it was like to be a Rhoden Fellow in this year’s class.

    • 22 min
    2021 NFL Draft, NIL & Graduation

    2021 NFL Draft, NIL & Graduation

    This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, Marissa Stubbs, Jayla Jones, and Ashton Edmunds discuss the 2021 NFL Draft, which HBCU players are most exciting in this year's draft class, the NIL (Name, Image and Likeness) Bill for college athletes, and Travis Scott providing more scholarships for HBCUs. The Fellows also discuss 2021 HBCU graduations and reflected on their HBCU experiences.  

    • 21 min
    Rise in Women's Basketball; Another Hashtag

    Rise in Women's Basketball; Another Hashtag

    This week on the Rhoden Fellow podcast, Alex, Jonathan, and Parker welcome the founder of Girls Talk Sports TV, Khristina Williams. They discuss the perception of women's basketball, address the recent shooting of Daunte Wright in Minnesota and discuss what it means for Eddie George to become the new head football coach at Tennessee State.

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

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Mr. Rhoden is a gift

William Rhoden has ALWAYS given a perspective filled with years of wisdom and experiences. His easy going yet matter of fact approach has made me a fan for years. The reviewer that made disparaging comments is evidence that Mr. Rhoden is doing his job. Beautiful job as ALWAYS!

forget your feelings ,

Ignorant and Biased

William Rhoden is a clown. Just giving his ignorant, biased opinions; with little to no facts.

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