boxtorow.com South Carolina State linebacker Darius Leonard has done what his former teammate and now Pittsburgh Steelers defensive tackle Javon Hargrave did just two years ago. Repeat as BOXTOROW Willie Davis Defensive Player of the Year. The redshirt senior from Lake View, S.C. also repeated as MEAC Defensive Player of the Year after leading the
boxtorow.com North Carolina A&T offensive left tackle Brandon Parker was the top vote getter and is one of 29 players selected to the 11th annual BOXTOROW All-America Team. BOXTOROW has administered the All-America team since 2007 and the voters are comprised of media members from around the nation that cover HBCU football. Parker was named
Bowie State Running Back Robert Chesson 5-9, 179, R-Sr., Annapolis, Md. Had one of the great statistical games in the history of college football. Carried the ball 20 times for 304 yards and seven rushing touchdowns and also caught a touchdown as the Bulldogs defeated Elizabeth City State 77-21. Chesson scored 64 points in the
Bowie State Quarterback Amir Hall 6-4, 180, Jr., Bowie, Md. Hall completed 26-of-35 passes for 433 yards, six touchdowns and no interceptions. He also rushed seven times for 89 yards and two touchdowns as the Bulldogs beat Saint Augustine’s 66-20. Hall accounted for 522 yards and six touchdowns. In three games this season, Hall has accounted
by Donal Ware boxtorow.com For the last two seasons, the CIAA championship game has seen Bowie State and Winston- Salem State battle it out. In 2015 WSSU defeated the Bulldogs 17-14 on a game-winning field goal with no time on the clock. In 2016, the Rams defeated BSU 43-33. Is this the year Bowie State
Bowie State Guard Kiara Colston 5-6, Junior, Burtonsville, Md. Averaged 21.5 points, four rebounds and three assists in two games for the Lady Bulldogs last week Presented by North Carolina Mutual
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.
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
The CIAA Northern Division title and the right to play in the CIAA championship game will be settled Saturday in Bowie, Md. Sort of. Defending North champions Bowie State (6-3, 5-1) will host a surging Elizabeth City State (5-4, 4-2) team who has won four of its last five games including a 24-21 OT win
The theme for Week 8 in HBCU football was upsets. It is debatable what the biggest upset was between FAMU/Hampton and Kentucky State/Tuskegee. Probably the Kentucky State win over Tuskegee because Kentucky State win gives them the SIAC West title. Homecoming for whatever reason has presented difficulties for the Golden Tigers the last two years.