Black College football trends beginning to develop

Week three of the Black College football season is in the books and there are some interesting trends that are starting to develop.

It appears that South Carolina State and Florida A&M are the class of the MEAC. The Bulldogs followed their win over Grambling last week with a 24-3 thumping of Bethune-Cookman. The Rattlers improved to 2-0 with a 24-point win at Winston-Salem State.

In the SWAC, Grambling bounced back from its loss to S.C. State by defeating Northwestern State 38-17 while Alabama A&M, which won at Tennessee State in its opener, added another win by defeating Hampton 31-24

Albany State remained perfect in the SIAC with an easy victory over Stillman while Atlanta University Center schools Clark Atlanta and Morehouse recorded victories. In the CIAA, Shaw improved to 3-0 with an eight-point win over Concordia.

So, what are your thoughts following this weekend’s games? Let everyone know what you think.



Florida A&M 34, Winston-Salem State 10 



Brevard 27, Chowan 24

Catawba 51, Livingstone 0

Elizabeth City 49, Tusculum 29

Fayetteville State 30, Bowie State 20

Johnson C. Smth 27, Edward Waters 14 

 Lincoln, Pa. 29, Southern Virginia 8

Mars Hill 20, Saint Augustine’s 14

Old Dominion 49, Virginia Union 17

Saint Paul’s 24, Webber International 21

Shaw 28, Concordia 20

Virginia State 38, Lincoln, Mo. 6


Akron 41, Morgan State 0

Alabama A&M 31, Hampton 24

North Carolina A&T 17, Norfolk State 13

Rutgers 45, Howard 7

S.C. State 24, Bethune-Cookman 3


Albany State 34, Stillman 8

Benedict 40, Miles 31

Clark Atlanta 33, Lane 0

Morehouse 27, Kentucky State 21

Tuskegee 22, Fort Valley 15


Ark.-Pine Bluff 45, Langston 30

Alabama A&M 31, Hampton 24

Alabama State 20, Savannah State 17

Grambling 38, Northwestern, La., 17

La.-Monroe 58, Texas Southern 0

New Mexico State 21, Prairie View 18

Tennessee State 14, Jackson State 7

Southern 68, Central State 0

For all other scores from the weekend, please visit Onnidan’s HBCU Sports Online by clicking here.

9 comments Add your comment

Division II football Fan

September 13th, 2009
2:09 pm

It would really be nice if our main newspaper in Atlanta our AJC would do more towards their Division II football teams. AJC can do writes up on the major colleges and the high school teams. But, they just throw Clark and Moreshouse to the curb. These guys play good ball. Where is the support for these teams, they are a big part of your city. AJC needs to stand up and let these schools know that they are important and supported too!!


September 13th, 2009
9:07 pm

As I discussed earlier, the MEAC will be decided between SC State and FAMU. Being an alumni of SC State, my loyalty belongs with Dogs. If either teams manage to go undefeated until they meet on Oct 17th, it’s going to be one hell of a showdown in Orangeburg. I do not like FAMU but I do respect them, however; I think that State’s defense and special teams will make the difference in the game. My prediction is State will pull off the victory 24 to 17. Again, this game will be much closer than my prediction indicates.


September 13th, 2009
9:45 pm

wow…my school won. Tenn St….after that horrible butt-kicking last night. To bad more ppl dont comment on here


September 13th, 2009
10:05 pm

This is Albany State Rams year; look for them to win the NCAA D2 Championship. They can run, pass, and play defense.


September 14th, 2009
11:29 am

It’s pretty cool to see HBCU getting some press in the sportspage. Got some good ballgames going on here.


September 14th, 2009
5:04 pm

Clark Atlanta University….Celebrate while you can.

MHC Tiger!

September 17th, 2009
2:48 pm

dayum albeny st.(as you southerners say ) and clark! Da Tigers (MHC) are getting their wits about them and will make a run at the conference championship, and a first ever Post-season berth!

yes, i said it, yes I have been smoking, but heck….I’m a fan-atic!


September 19th, 2009
12:58 pm

Hey Y’all:

Delaware State University (DSU) of the MEAC will be playing the University of Delaware (UD) this week. This is the first time DSU and UD played in a regular season game since they have been in existance in Delaware (almost 100 years). UD was “forced” to play DSU (10-1) in the I-AA playoff 3 years ago wherein DSU lost. UD had “Flacko” who now is the starting quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens. This game has historical signifance in black history for the state of Delware as was with S.C. State when they first got the opportunity to play Univ. of S. C. Therefore, y’all cheer for a win for Delaware State University. We hope they make black college football, especially in the MEAC, “PROUD”.



October 12th, 2009
1:43 am

If you have to do it, you might as well do it right.,

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