What the ’65 Boycott Can Teach Us About Kaepernick

53 years after players boycotted the AFL All-Star Game in New Orleans due to racial injustice, not much has changed.
How Tiger Woods surpassed Jack Nicklaus as the best golfer.

Tiger Woods Has Swallowed The Bear

The defining elements of Tiger’s resume that elevate him over Jack Nicklaus as the greatest player to ever touch a golf club.

Why Is the NFL So Far Behind the NBA on Social Issues?

The panel looks at the underlying factors and differences between the NBA’s and NFL’s stances on progress and protest.
NFL Advocate Athletes Last Supper with Colin Kaepernick as Jesus Christ

Drafting the 2018 All-Woke Fantasy Football Team

Drafting a fantasy football team of advocate-athletes who protest racial injustice during the national anthem or comment on topics deeper than football.
LeBron James for President

From King James to President LeBron

How LeBron James has set himself up for a Presidential run, and why he can actually win.
Milwaukee Brewers Pitcher Josh Hader Face of Anti-hate Movement

How Josh Hader Can Become the Face of the Anti-Hate Movement

After racist and homophobic tweets made at 17 were uncovered, Josh Hader is uniquely positioned to be the face of the anti-hate movement.
Josh Hader young and dumb excuse isn't good enough

Josh Hader’s ‘Young and Dumb’ Excuse Isn’t Good Enough

The Milwaukee Brewers’ star tried to blame his homophobic, racist and misogynistic tweets on youth and immaturity. Nobody’s buying it.
Why we need to remove cotton picking from our vocabulary

Why ‘Cotton Picking’ Needs to be Wiped From Our Vocabulary

The GSC panel weighs in on Brian Davis’ use of the word “cotton-picking” during an NBA broadcast.

The Sterling Brown Incident Shows Just How Much Work Still Has to be Done

The panel weighs in on the Milwaukee Bucks’ horrifying taser incident and what can be done to change policing practices in America.
Ranking the most racist sports teams

The All-Racist Power Rankings

Counting down the team and personalities still acting like it's 1895.