The final episode of the 2020-21 Class of Rhoden Fellows
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.
Which HBCU players are most exciting in this year’s draft class?
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.
The Fellows welcome in Khristina Williams and more
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.
The Undefeated’s Kelley Carter joins the show
This week on the Rhoden Fellows podcast, Parker, Marissa and Jayla welcome senior entertainment writer for The Undefeated, Kelley Carter, as the four do a deep dive into her journey within the entertainment field and go over this year’s Oscar nominations. The Fellows also discuss notable Black coaches in the NCAA Tournament, HBCU attention and Parker’s thoughts on the #StopAAPIHate movement.
Rhoden Fellows: Should internships be paid or unpaid?
This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, host Marissa Stubbs is joined by Fellow Jonathan Scott, ESPN’s Digital Audio Producer Terrika Foster-Brasby and the legend himself, Mr. William Rhoden. They discuss Women’s History month, the NBA All Star Game, Zlatan’s comments on Lebron and the unpaid/paid internships issue.
BLK dating app, Black History Always and NFL media day
This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, host Jonathan Scott along with co- hosts Marissa Stubbs, Parker Owens and Jayla Jones discuss Black History Always and NFL media day. Also, special guest Jonathan Kirkland, an alumna of North Carolina A & T and Head of Marketing and Brand of BLK gives insight on a dating app.
CFB: Should spring football also be cancelled?
This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, Ashton, Jayla and Parker speak to writer and The Undefeated’s David Steele, as the group discusses HBCU spring football, Deshaun Watson’s decision to move on from the Houston Texans and the legacy of Hank Aaron. The fellows also offer some quick tips on how to get through the spring semester.
Have the recent elections proven the relevance and importance of HBCUs?
This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, host Marissa Stubbs is joined by Jayla Jones, Ashton Edmunds, and Jonathan Scott to discuss the importance of HBCUs, the head coaching climate in the NFL, and more. Plus, the crew shared some takes from their favorite NBA teams.
This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, host Parker Owens and co-host Marissa Stubbs are joined by Athletic trainer Danny Lopez to discuss what the WNBA and NBA has done to advocate for social justice. Also, former Savannah State football QB David Handler stops by to discuss his experience as a white student at an HBCU. The fellows then finish off the episode discussing the generous donations given by MacKenzie Scott to several HBCUs this past year.
First semester wrap-up, Makur Maker at Howard University, Lavar Ball building a NBA dynasty
This week on the Rhoden Fellows Podcast, Jayla Jones, Marissa Stubbs, and Jonathan Scott welcome Senior writer for The Undefeated, Jerry Bembry, to discuss Makur Maker playing at Howard University, Lavar Ball and how he managed to get all three of his sons in the NBA and, they each gave their opinions on which entertainer they think would be great commentating sporting events. The Fellows also welcome in Ashton Edmunds to share how their first semester was and whether they will be online or in-person in the spring.