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
Grambling head football coach Broderick Fobbs, Winston-Salem State head football coach Kienus Boulware, and North Carolina Central head football coach Jerry Mack.
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
Boxtorow.com It eluded him last year, but not this year. North Carolina A&T’s star running back Tarik Cohen was voted BOXTOROW Offensive Player of the Year. The 5-6, 173-pound Cohen was named MEAC Offensive Player of the Year for the third-straight year and finished fifth in the Walter Payton voting for the best offensive player
NORFOLK, Va. – Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Champion North Carolina Central University and runner-up North Carolina A&T State University dominated the 2016 All-MEAC Football Team with 30 student-athletes between both teams. The team is voted on by the MEAC’s head football coaches and sports information directors. North Carolina A&T State’s Brandon Parker was selected as the
Guests include NCCU football coach Jerry Mack, N.C. A&T football coach Rod Broadway
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.