HBCU Classic Sports

           September 2021

                           Football Edition, Volume I

HBCU Football Scores  – WEEK  2  –  Duke  45  NC A&T  17 F   Wake Forest  41  Norfolk St.  16 F   Georgetown  20  Delaware St.  14 F    Clemson  49  SC State  3 F    Tulane  69   Morgan St.  20 F   Jackson St. 38  Tennessee St. 16 F   Baylor  66  Texas Southern  7 F  Auburn  62  Alabama St.  0 F   FAMU  34  FVSU  7 F    Southern Mississippi  37   Grambling  0 F    Alcorn St.  13  Northwestern St.  10 F   Southern  41  Miles  24 F   Central St.  19  Lincoln  7 F   Kentucky Weslyan  26  Kentucky St. 25 F   Lane  35  Clark ATL  26 F   Savannah St.  50  Livingstone  6 F   Albany St.  28  Shorter  6 F   West Georgia  47 Morehouse  0 F   Chowan  46  Tusculum  38 F   Bowie St.  28  Saginaw Valley St.  19 F   Ohio Dominican 10  Virginia St.  7 F    Bluefield St.  35  Elizabeth City  27 F   Valdosta St. 51  Virginia Union  7 F    Allen  20   Johnson C. Smith  19 F     Davidson 28  Shaw  26 F  Central St.  19  Lincoln (Pa.)  7 F

Legendary Coach

Pete Richardson

              Black
              College
              Power
              Poll

              Week 2

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1. Alabama A&M (1-0)
2. Jackson St. (2-0)
3. NC Central (1-1)
4. UAPB (1-0)
5. NC A&T (1-1)
6. Grambling (1-1)
7. SC State (0-2)
8. Alcorn St. (1-1)
9. Chowan (2-0)
10. Ft. Valley St. (1-1)

 2021 HBCU Classics         All-Americans

DEFENSE

DL Jordan Lewis, Southern
LB Keonte Hampton, Jackson State
LB Kyin Howard, NC A&T
DB Marquese Bell, FAMU
DL Jermaine McDaniel, NC A&T
LB Aubrey Miller, Jackson State
DL Chris Meyers, Norfolk St.
DL Joshua Pryor, Bowie State
LB Kailen Abrams, Central State
LB Caleb Carter, Southern
DB Decobie Durant, SC State
DL Jerry Garner, MVSU

14th winningest HBCU football coach
Win/Loss: 169-76-1

Muhammad Ali

1942-2016

 Bill Nunn Jr.

1924-2014

Bill Nunn, Jr., the multi-talented visionary transformed both, the Pittsburgh Steelers into Super Bowl Champions, and the NFL.

         2021 HBCU Classics               All-Americans

OFFENSE

QB Felix Harper, Alcorn State
QB Juwan Carter, Norfolk State
QB Aqueel Glass, Alabama A&M
QB Ja'rome Johnson, Bowie St.
QB Michael Sims, Morehouse
RB Jah-Maine Martin, NC A&T
RB Deshaun Wethington, Chowan
RB Isaiah Totten, NC Central
RB Ezra Gray, Alabama State
WR Xavier Smith, FAMU
WR Charles Hall, Virginia Union
WR Abdul-Fatai Ibrahim, Alabama A&M
WR Shaquan Davis, SC State
WR Dalane Brown II, Central State
WR Warren Newman, Jackson State
WR Tyrin Ralph, UAPB
TE Shawn McFarland, Norfolk State
TE Taron Mallard, Bethune