Delray Beach philanthropist and author Frank McKinney stopped at the Kearney Center in Tallahassee on Nov. 16 on his 20-city, 6,000-mile book tour for "ASPIRE! How to Create Your Own Reality and Alter Your DNA." The book reveals real-life stories from McKinney’s interactions with 10,000+ homeless, billionaires, and everything in...
Queens rugby coach Frank McKinney, the first Black collegiate head coach in the country to win a national title, is the subject of the Square Zero Films documentary “Scrum.”. Frank McKinney has overcome numerous barriers to become a championship-winning rugby coach. McKinney, who has led Queens to a pair of...
Colton starts the show with “The Breakdown” presented by O’Neills by talking about the American Raptors trip to Uruguay and the USA Women’s Eagles match against Canda (0:00-4:37). After “The Breakdown”, Colton talks with Queens University of Charlotte Head Men’s Rugby Coach Frank McKinney about the new documentary ‘Scrum‘ that focuses on his program, his coaching career, and why Wu-Tang Clan is thanked in the credits of the documentary (4:39-42:38). Following the interview with Frank, Colton and closes the show with “The Loop” (42:39-44:13).
Square Zero Films Presents SCRUM, the Story of Coach Frank McKinney and the Heartwarming Underdog Journey of a National Championship College Rugby Team
College Rugby Coach Breaks Racial Barriers in New Feature Documentary SCRUM from Award-Winning Director Thomas Morgan. LOS ANGELES, Oct. 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Square Zero Films presents SCRUM from award-winning director Thomas Morgan. The documentary follows Frank McKinney, one of the first Black college rugby coaches in the US. Frank faces institutional obstacles as he builds a rugby team from the ground up that defies expectations and breaks down racial and socio-economic barriers at a predominantly white Southern institution.