Let’s start with Tuskegee and Miles College, who are a part of the SIAC (Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference). The Golden Tigers handed Golden Bears their second loss of the season 27 to 17. The Tuskegee victory puts the Golden Tigers in the SIAC Title game, most likely against Fort Valley State 38 to 20 winners over Albany State.
The CIAA (Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association) Title game looks like it is set as well. The Vikings of Elizabeth City State beat Bowie State 14-13 and locked up a spot in the title game against Winston-Salem State.
Meanwhile in the MEAC ( Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) the Wildcats of Bethune –Cookman are sitting on top after beating our Morgan State Bears 24 to 13 . Howard won the battle of the “Real HUs” 20 to10 over Hampton.
Out west in the SWAC (Southwestern Athletic Conference) the Golden Lions of Arkansas Pine-Bluff clinched a spot in the SWAC title game by beating Texas Southern 49 to 3 . Alabama A&M is sitting in prime position to be the other team in the championship after surviving a 24 to 23 overtime win over Southern. Alabama State stopped Prairie View A&Ms’ 3 game winning streak 35 to 21. The Tigers of Jackson State made the Tigers of Grambling State look like kittens beating the G-men 53 to 7 !
There is only one unbeaten team in HBCU football and that distinction belongs to the defending Black College National Champion Winston-Salem State Rams who are now 10-0 thanks to their 41 to 8 win over Fayetteville State . Coach Connell Maynors Rams are Ranked number 4 in all of D-2 Football and secured their spot in the CIAA conference championship game!
Here are Kiki Browns’ 92Q Talented 10 HBCUs “Holdin It Down “ on the Gridiron
#1 Winston Salem State (10-0) # 6 Tuskegee ( 8-2)
# 2 Bethune-Cookman (7-2) #7 North Carolina Central (6-3)
#3 Tennessee State (8-2) #8 Fort Valley State (8-2)
# 4 Arkansas Pine-Bluff (7-2) #9 Miles (8-2)
# 5 Alabama A&M (7-2) #10 Elizabeth City State ( 7-3)
I didn’t forget your school here are the results of all HBCU’s week 10 games :
(Winners and Winning Scores Highlighted)
Chowan 35 Lincoln (Pa) 19
Edward Waters 48 Ava Maria 14
Fairmont State 48 West Virginia State 28
Johnson C Smith 57 Livingstone 6
Lane 38 Benedict 21
Langston 21 S.W. Assemblies of God 7
McKendree 34 Central State 13
McMurray 53 Texas College 0
Mississippi Valley State 33 Alcorn State 9
Morehouse 55 Kentucky State 7
Murray State 49 Tennessee State 28
North Carolina Central 23 Delaware State 20 ( 2 OT)
NE Oklahoma 45 Lincoln ( Mo) 21
Norfolk State 33 Savannah State 21
Saint Augustine’s 43 Shaw 42
Shippensburg 61 Cheyney 9
Stillman 37 Clark-Atlanta 12
Virginia Union 19 Virginia State 14
Va. University of Lynchburg 21 Alderson-Broaddus 10