by Donal Ware boxtorow.com This is the eighth year of BOXTOROW’s top five players to watch in HBCU football. T-5 Amir Hall, Bowie State, Quarterback (6-4, 180, Jr., Bowie, Md.) Hall had the most passing yards (3,596), total yards (3,862), total touchdowns (39) and tied for the most passing touchdowns (30) of any quarterback in
boxtorow.com The 2017 college football season is upon us and media members from around the country have selected the 2017 BOXTOROW Preseason All-America Team. Last year’s BOXTOROW Willie Davis Defensive Player of the Year, South Carolina State linebacker Darius Leonard, and Grambling quarterback DeVante Kincade lead the team. Leonard and Kincade are two of the
boxtorow.com After one of the most memorable seasons in HBCU football and FCS for that matter, there is no surprise that the Grambling State Tigers sit atop the BOXTOROW Coaches Poll, which was released on Monday. All 22 coaches voted and the Tigers received 18 first-place votes. The Tigers opened the 2016 season with a
Grambling head football coach Broderick Fobbs, Winston-Salem State head football coach Kienus Boulware, and North Carolina Central head football coach Jerry Mack.
Grambling seeks a repeat title by Donal Ware boxtorow.com Current SWAC football title holders repeating as champions is nothing new. In 2015, Alcorn State repeated as champions. But it’s been a while for the Grambling Tigers who many consider the most high profile program in HBCU football. The last time the Tigers repeated as champions
boxtorow.com #HBCU125 continues asFROM THE PRESS BOX TO PRESS ROW w/ Donal Ware will preview the upcoming HBCU and pro football seasons. Over a four-week period, Ware will talk plenty of football and will talk with coaches, athletes and media members. We want YOU to join us on our social media platforms and give us your
FROM THE PRESS BOX TO PRESS ROW will hold its third annual Countdown to Kickoff college football preview radio show Saturday, July 22 from 12-2 p.m. live from Jimmy V’s Osteria & Bar located in the Sheraton Raleigh Hotel, 420 Fayetteville St., in downtown Raleigh, NC. The event will feature Shaw head coach Adrian Jones, Saint