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N.C. A&T extends win streak
Monday, September 3, 2018
GREENVILLE, N.C. – When North Carolina A&T quarterback Lamar Raynard comes to the sideline after a series, there is one guy he can always count on to uplift him, and backup quarterback Kylil Carter. On Sunday at East Carolina, the Walter Payton Award hopeful and reigning MEAC player of the year did not see it beneath him to do the same for
NCCU readies for new era
Friday, August 24, 2018
DURHAM – North Carolina Central football has always touted a family-oriented concept, and this season is no different. The theme is “OneFamilyOneTeam.” The family was frayed some last year after the team ended its three-year MEAC championship streak. NCCU won five of its first six games but self-destructed down the streak, losing 3 of 5,
Some new, some old questions for the CIAA South
Friday, August 24, 2018
The CIAA Southern Division had its first new champion since 2010. The title even came down to the last weekend. So what? Most eyes were centered on the Northern Division, where the excitement really was. Hey, you know it’s true. Fayetteville State dethroning rival Winston-Salem State was news, sure, but did anybody – outside of the Broncos
Can the CIAA South keep pace with its Northern neighbors?
Thursday, August 23, 2018
After back-to-back CIAA titles and four in six seasons, Winston-Salem State was knocked off of its perch by rival Fayetteville State for the division crown. Has the tide turned or was last season just a fluke? These six players to watch will have a say in answering that question. Fayetteville State (6-5). After starting the season 1-4, the Broncos caught
Some new, some old questions for CIAA North
Friday, August 17, 2018
There was a time not so long ago when the start of the CIAA football season produced more groans than grins. Times have changed – somewhat. There are still a couple of programs dragging down the league by athletics directors who want wins without adding any Benjamins. Even that didn’t negate the excitement of the Northern Division race last
Can the CIAA North duplicate another thrilling season?
Thursday, August 16, 2018
The CIAA Northern Division provided enough excitement last season to last…well, till this season. Forget the battle of the teams; it was Amir Hall vs. Trenton Cannon that captured fans’ attention the most. Cannon is gone from Virginia State and is now turning heads at the New York Jets training camp. That leaves Hall, who set Bowie
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