HBCU national championship at stake as Tigers, Aggies meet in Celebration Bowl

by Roscoe Nance Special to boxtorow.com Call it destiny. Call it fate. Call it providence. Call it whatever you like, but it seems that the 2017 Black College football season was meant to end with North Carolina A&T and Grambling State playing in the Celebration Bowl with the National Championship at stake. That’s what will

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Chester Rogers Interview: Former Grambling star breaking through with Colts

Former Grambling star Chester Rogers went undrafted in 2016. He signed as a free agent with the Indianapolis Colts and was a long shot to make the roster where the Colts were deep at wide receiver. Rogers put the work in and made the 53-man roster to open the season. In year one, he showed

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Tarik Cohen: “I don’t know how they got better after losing me.”

Former Aggie running back praises N.C. A&T, shines in National Football League by Roscoe Nance Special to boxtorow.com The Chicago Bears, one of the NFL’s most storied franchises, have a rich tradition of outstanding running backs. From Red Grange, to Bronko Nagurski, to Willie Galimore, to Walter Payton, some of pro football’s most dangerous ball-carriers

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Grambling crowned HBCU national champions

Fourteen times before, the Grambling State Tigers were named national champions. Now make it fifteen. By virtue of its 10-9 victory over North Carolina Central in the Celebration Bowl on Saturday, Grambling was named 2016 HBCU national champions in the final BOXTOROW Coaches and Media Polls of 2016. “This was extremely huge for us,” said

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Grambling defeats NCCU in Celebration Bowl; expected to be named HBCU national champs

boxtorow.com ATLANTA – On Monday the Grambling Tigers most likely will be crowned HBCU national champions. That’s because of their 10-9 victory over North Carolina Central in the Celebration Bowl before a crowd of 31,096 at the Georgia Dome. A defensive battle throughout and with the Tigers leading 10-3 late in the fourth quarter, Eagles

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