by Donal Ware boxtorow.com GREENSBORO – Originally, Saturday’s Aggie-Eagle rivalry in Greensboro was supposed to be for the MEAC championship. But Bethune-Cookman spoiled that last week with a Hail Mary that was answered defeating the Eagles 13-10 in Durham. Still, anytime the Aggies and Eagles get together it should a great game. Except, Saturday’s game
by Donal Ware Hail Mary (pass). It is defined in football as a very long forward pass, made in desperation with only a small chance of success. Bethune-Cookman was able to execute said Hail Mary Saturday as Larry Brihm’s 48-yard heave found Keavon Mitchell in the end zone with no time on the clock as
BOXTOROW National Game of the Week 1/1 North Carolina A&T (9-1, 7-0) vs. North Carolina Central 3/3 (8-2, 7-0)
With so much trouble in the LBC it’s kinda hard being… Wait. There is quite a bit of craziness here in North Carolina. North Carolina is a swing state that voted for Donald Trump. We are dealing with HB2 that has had ramifications on the state all across the country with hundreds of millions of
We had a chance to catch up with the third-year head coach who at age 36, is one of the youngest head coaches in Division I football.
This is our first BOXTOROW Podcast and it features a conversation with Durham Herald-Sun reporter Jonas Pope, IV who covers the NCCU Eagles for the paper. He talks with host Donal Ware about the Aggie-Eagle battle and what to expect from both teams.
Both North Carolina A&T and North Carolina Central handled business as expected Saturday, the Aggies defeating Delaware State 45-14 and the Eagles defeating Howard 30-21. The win for both sets up the game that everyone has been anticipating all year between the Aggies and the Eagles in Durham on Saturday for the outright MEAC championship.
The Aggie-Eagle rivalry is one of the biggest in college football. This year the game will determine who wins the MEAC championship outright. We take a look at the two participants, North Carolina A&T and North Carolina Central, the history of the rivalry, the old Aggie-Eagle Classic and the MEAC championship being decided in North
boxtorow.com For the first time in three seasons, the Miles/Tuskegee game had no bearing on who would represent the SIAC Western Division in the SIAC championship game. (The game was played at Birmingham’s Legion Field in front of 19,386. Tuskegee won 13-10.) That’s because Kentucky State wrapped up the title two weeks ago with a