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Hampton alleges unfair treatment by MEAC in four-page letter

Hampton

Hampton claims MEAC “has levied vindictive sanctions against our student athletes” and blackballed it from football.

The divorce between Hampton and the MEAC is uglier than anyone thought and now it’s on paper.

As originally reported by Onnidan, Hampton will not play ANY MEAC teams this upcoming football season. In an effort to tell its side of the story, Hampton is speaking out.

HBCU Gameday received an email from Hampton officials that stated the MEAC “has levied vindictive sanctions against our student athletes.”

We’ll have more later but you can read the entire letter here.

Hampton University Goes On the Record Regarding Its Transition From MEAC to Big South

5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. gerald brown

    February 20, 2018 at 9:01 pm

    This might be the end of the line for the MEEK as a D-I conference. FAMU needs to take our 3rd best FCS football attendance and find a new conference as well.

  2. Julius Coxswain

    February 20, 2018 at 10:21 pm

    Hampton has VUL on the schedule. SMH. The Pirates are definitely having scheduling issues. I kinda wish them the best, but I kinda don’t.

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