Paul Hewitt

Report: Minority hiring declining in college hoops


According to a May 19th article in the NY Times, college basketball hiring practices may be in for some scrutiny. In 2005, just over 25 percent of college head basketball coaches were African-American. By 2010, that number had fallen to 21 percent. That’s troubling news for a sport that boasts 61 percent African-American players. According [more]

Anatomy of a meaningless game: Georgia Tech-Wake Forest

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On more than one occasion in my life, I have walked into a movie theatre with preconceived notions about the film I was about to see, negative impressions, perhaps of a clichéd romantic comedy or over-budgeted, testosterone-driven action flick. The resulting feeling is a preeminent dissatisfaction with the movie, really before there is any justifiable [more]