November 2 SWAC Football Recap

Courtesy of the SWAC: Scores from around the SWAC Saturday, November 2 Alabama State 27, Mississippi Valley State 0Recap | Box Score Grambling State 55, Texas Southern 20Recap | Box Score Southern 35, Alabama A&M 31Recap | Box Score Jackson State 21, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 12Recap | Box ScoreAbout the SWACThe Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) is considered one of the premier HBCU conferences in the country and currently ranks among the elite in the nation in terms of HBCU alumni playing with professional sports teams.  Current championship competition offered by the league includes competition for men in Baseball,…

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November 2 SIAC Football Recap

Courtesy of the SIAC: Standings | Schedule | Statistics ScoreboardTuskegee 27, Edward Waters (Fla.) 26Savannah State 53, Fort Valley State 24Lane 36, Central State 10Albany State 21, Morehouse 15Miles 17, Kentucky State 0Benedict 31, Clark Atlanta 7 Tuskegee 27, Edward Waters (Fla.) 26 Edward Waters scored a touchdown with 20 seconds left but missed its extra point and Tuskegee escaped with a 27-26 win over Edward Waters College Friday from Jacksonville, Fla. The victory pushed Skegee’s win streak to four straight and sets up a pivotal SIAC Western Division clash with Miles College next Saturday. Box Score | Recap…

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Returning Newcomer Savannah State dominates SIAC

Courtesy of Savannah State Athletics: SAVANNAH, Ga. – A new era has dawned over Savannah State football—one that reflects the program’s glory days. With a dominating performance in their final Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) game of the season, the 2019 Savannah State football team earned the programs first winning season since 1998, and the first undefeated conference run since 1989. The Tigers improved to 5-0 in the SIAC with a 53-24 win over Fort Valley State in Theodore A. Wright Stadium on Saturday. SSU is 6-3 heading into their…

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November 2 MEAC Football Recap

From meacsports: The Aggies win a big game on Saturday on the road at South Carolina State to remain in the hunt for another MEAC Championship and a Celebration Bowl berth. Norfolk State celebrates homecoming in a major way by defeating Morgan State 48-0. NC Central went on the road to Washington, DC and picked up another conference win. Visit the MEAC Scoreboard HERENorth Carolina Central 28, Howard 6North Carolina A&T State 22, South Carolina State 20Norfolk State 48, Morgan State 0Florida A&M 31, Delaware State 3 North Carolina Central 28,…

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Week 9 CIAA Football Recap

From theciaa: 2019 CIAA Football Standings 2019 Composite Schedule 2019 Statistics Things became clearer in week nine of the CIAA season as the Bowie State Bulldogs clinched their second straight Northern Division title and secured the first spot in the CIAA Football Championship, which takes place November 16th in Salem, VA. This week also provided a bit more clarity in the Southern Division race with one week remaining in the regular season. As a reminder, here’s how division winners are determined: Tie-Breaker Policy The Northern and Southern Division winners will be determined…

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Florida A&M defeats Delaware State 52-30

From Florida A&M Sports Information: TALLAHASSEE, Fla. | Ryan Stanley set two records and Xavier Smith entered the single-game record books as the 17th-ranked Florida A&M University football team rolled to their eighth straight victory with a 52-30 win over Delaware State on Saturday in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) at Bragg Memorial Stadium. Stanley, who made the return to starting quarterback after a week off, tossed his record-breaking 58th career touchdown pass in the first quarter to Smith, surpassing Quinn Gray’s mark of 57. The redshirt senior completed the night…

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Albany State defeats Morehouse 21-15 on Senior Day.

The Albany State Golden Rams picked up their sixth win in their last seven games, with a 21-15 defeat of the Morehouse College Maroon Tigers on Senior Day. From asugoldenrams: Kelias Williams threw for 145 yards, completing 10-of-24 passes, two touchdowns and rushing yards (19). Tracy Scott rushed for 133 yards and Rashad Jordan recorded 54 reception yards. Defensively, Tyler Scott, Malik Barnes and Anthony Harvey paced the Golden Rams with five tackles each. Morehouse (3-6, 1-4 SIAC) was led offensively by quarterback Michael Sims, leading the Maroon Tigers in passing yards (115). Sims completed 15-of-31 passes. Tremell Gooden the…

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SWAC highlights Alabama State Football Legends

The Southwestern Athletic Conference has a rich football tradition that has produced legends at both the collegiate and professional level. The Conference is going to highlight and pay homage to these iconic figures through the course of several installments at their website, swac.org. The first installment features football luminaries from Alabama State University. From swac.org: Alabama State Hornets Football  Reggie Barlow (1992-95) Second at school in career receptions – 176 (held mark until 2011) School’s all-time leader in receiving yards – 2,536 Scored 17 touchdowns during career Fourth-highest receiving mark…

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Morehouse Men’s Basketball ranked no.25 in NABC Preseason Poll

Courtesy Morehouse Athletics : ATLANTA, Ga. – The Morehouse College basketball team will enter the 2019-20 season ranked as the No. 25 team in the country in the preseason poll release by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) on Tuesday. The Maroon Tigers finished the 2018-19 campaign with a 20-5 overall record and won the SIAC’s regular season title for the second consecutive year. Last season, MHC also earned the highest ranking in school history at No. 3 after starting the season 13-1. Morehouse returns last seasons Newcomer of the…

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No. 17 Florida A&M takes on Delaware State on Saturday

From Florida A&M Sports Information: TALLAHASSEE, Fla. | The Florida A&M University football team, ranked No. 17 in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) polls, seeks its eighth straight win on Saturday afternoon as the Rattlers play host to Delaware State. Kickoff is set for 4 p.m. from Bragg Memorial Stadium. The game will be broadcasted and streamed live on ESPN3 as the crew of Keith Miles (play-by-play) and Albert Chester (color analyst), along with Corey Staples (sideline) will call all the action. The same broadcast crew will have the action live on WHBX – 96.1 FM…

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