Should a White sorority be allowed to win a historically Black step competition? The judges of the Sprite Step-Off Challenge think so. The girls of Zeta Tau Alpha, a predominantly White sorority from the University of Arkansas beat out five other teams to win the coveted prize of $100,000 at the national Sprite Step-Off competition last weekend. The issue has since caused so much uproar that Sprite recounted and called a tie between ZTA and Alpha Kappa Alpha's Tau chapter, a Black sorority. Both teams will now be going home with $100K prize. While the issues surrounding the judging of the competition are debatable (we may never know why Sprite decided to call a tie after all) we shouldn't be surprised that Black Greek traditions, much like African American culture overall continue to evolve into mainstream culture... Read More: AKA's Celebrate 100 YearsFraternity Mocks BHM, Hosts "Compton Cookout."