October 27 SIAC Football Recap

From thesiac.com:     Visit the SIAC Football Scoreboard Here Tuskegee 36, Central State 40 Miles 28, Clark Atlanta 27 Fort Valley State 27, Morehouse 22 Albany State 21, Benedict 0 Lane 34, Kentucky State 23 – Tuskegee 36, Central State 40 WILBERFORCE, Ohio – Playing host to the defending SIAC Champion Tuskegee University, the Central State Marauders erased a 14-point deficit in the third quarter and went on to beat the Golden Tigers, 40-36, on Saturday. –Central State Sports Information Box Score   |   Recap – Miles 28, Clark Atlanta…

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Magic Johnson donates $1 million to Central State University

From Central State University:   XENIA, Ohio – NBA legend and business mogul Earvin “Magic” Johnson continues to show his dedication to improving the educational opportunities for today’s youth with a $1 million donation to Central State University. Speaking at CSU’s Hall of Fame Luncheon on Friday, Johnson spoke about the importance of giving back. “It is so important for our young people to move on and get a degree from a quality institution. I love making sure that they receive a quality education and go on to become successful…

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Update on Christion Abercrombie

Yesterday we brought you the awful injury that befell Tennessee State linebacker Christion Abercrombie. He passed out on the sideline in the first half of the Tigers’ game against Vanderbilt. He was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Cneter for emergency surgery and has been ICU since then. TSU just released an update on Christion’s condition on their Instagram. According to the update, Abercrombie remains in critical condition.   View this post on Instagram ‪Update on Christion Abercrombie – September 30, 2018 ‬ A post shared by TSUTigers (@tsutigers) on Sep…

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2018 CIAA Football Championship makes its return to Salem Football Stadium

The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) announced it will host its 2018 Football Championship game Saturday, November 10 at Salem Stadium located in Salem-Roanoke, VA. The game pits the Conference’s Northernand Southern Division Champions against each other and  is scheduled for a 1:00 p.m. EST kickoff. The attendees to the game will have many family friendly activities-  a free Fan Zone including giveaways, interactive events, the Coca-Cola/Food Lion Tailgate Cook Off and appearances from drum lines and cheerleading squads from rival schools. Tickers for the game go on sale Monday,…

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Week 5 MEAC Football Head Coaches Teleconference

Here is the MEAC Football teleconference for your listening pleasure:       Here are the time stamps for the contributors to the teleconference:   Willie Simmons (Florida A&M)   00:04 Terry Sims (Bethune-Cookman)  15:00 Rod Milstead (Delaware State)     26:23 Mike London (Howard)                 32:08 Latrell Scott (Norfolk State)          41:37 Erik Raeburn (Savannah State)    47:36 Buddy Pough (South Carolina State) 57:20 Sam Washington (North Carolina A&T State)  1:13:58 Granville Eastman (North Carolina Central)    1:25:05 Ernest Jones (Morgan State)  …

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MEAC Football September 8

From meacsports.com: Visit the MEAC Scoreboard Here N orth Carolina A&T 45, Gardner-Webb 6 Bethune-Cookman 79, Virginia-Lynchburg 16 N.C. Central 51, St. Augustine’s 14 Miami (FL) 77, Savannah State 0 James Madison 17, Norfolk State 0 Akron 41, Morgan State 7 Saint Francis 45, Delaware State 14       Troy 59, Florida A&M 7 UCF 38, SC State 0 Kent State 54, Howard 14 North Carolina A&T 45, Gardner-Webb 6   GREENSBORO, N.C. – North Carolina A&T State scored 28 unanswered points in the second half to run past Gardner-Webb…

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Twenty-Nine Student-Athletes received degrees at Albany State Spring Commencement

Of the nearly 600 students that received their degrees Saturday during Albany State University’s Fall Commencment, twenty-nine of them were student-athletes. Split over the course of the morning and evening sessions, the twenty-nine student-athletes represented eight teams. Broken down specifically as follows: 6 football, 5 softball, 5 baseball, 3 volleyball, 3 cheerleading 3 each from men’s and women’s basketball and 2 from women’s tennis. College of Arts and Humanities Major: Criminal Justice Marvin Lewis, Football Keona Livatt, Women’s Tennis Stefan Whitehead, Football Major: Mass Communications Zane Fields, Football Bryant Prather,…

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Tennessee State smoked by no.2 Jacksonville State, 36-6

A tough season for Tennessee State came to a rough end with a 36-6 loss at the hands of the no.2 ranked Jacksonville State Gamecocks. The scoring did not get going until 4:07 to go in the first half with a Cade Stinnett 19-yard field goal, to give the Gamecocks a 3-0 lead. Two minutes later Jacksonville State would find the end zone for the first time in the game when quarterback Bryant Horn connected with tight end Austin Cummins for a 45-yard touchdown pass. The PAT gave JSU a…

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