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N.C. A&T’s Rod Broadway retires
Monday, January 8, 2018
GREENSBORO – North Carolina A&T football coach Rod Broadway announced his retirement from coaching on Monday. Assistant head coach/defensive coordinator/secondary coach Sam Washington will take over the program as the 19th head football coach in N.C. A&T history. Aggie Athletics will hold an 11 a.m., press conference at the
 
A talk with the Commish
Friday, January 5, 2018
MEAC Commissioner Dennis Thomas talked with Lut Williams, publisher and editor of the Black College Sports Page, some 72 hours before the third annual Celebration Bowl last month in Atlanta. The game, which features the SWAC champion versus the MEAC champion, is sponsored by ESPN and includes a $1 million payout to both conferences. Thomas talks about the
 
Mid-term grade time for Triangle HBCUs
Thursday, December 28, 2017
Virginia State is the last man, er, woman standing as the only undefeated CIAA team (11-0) left. With the first semester coming to a close, time to take a look at how the Triangle HBCUs are fairing. WOMEN N.C. Central (2-10) After winning her first game as the new head coach, Trisha Stafford-Odom’s Eagles have come back to earth, winners of just
 
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