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Basketball 2019: HBCUs vs Power Five

Several HBCUs will face off against Power Five teams during the first half of the 2019-2020 season.

Football season is almost here but college basketball schedules are slowly being released for the 2019-20 season. Here’s a listing for Non-Conference games that features HBCUs facing major opponents from “Power Five” schools (ACC, SEC, Big-12, Pac-12, Big Ten) as well as the Big East and AAC in exhibitions or regular-season games.

The list will be updated as games are confirmed.


  • November 1st: Winston Salem State vs UNC (Exhibition)


  • November 5th: Florida A&M vs USC
  • November 5th: UMES vs Penn State
  • November 9th: Coppin State vs Virginia Tech
  • November 9th: Morgan State vs Temple
  • November 9th: Bethune-Cookman vs Texas Tech
  • November 12th: Norfolk State vs Ole Miss
  • November 15th: Delaware State vs Georgia
  • November 19th: UMES vs Stanford
  • November 22nd: Norfolk State vs Northwestern
  • December 2nd: Florida A&M vs Kansas State
  • December 3rd: Coppin State vs East Carolina
  • December 4th: NC Central vs Georgia
  • December 17th: UMES vs East Carolina
  • December 21st: North Carolina A&T vs Wake Forest
  • December 29th: UMES vs Virginia Tech
  • December 31st: Florida A&M vs Iowa State


  • November 5th: Miss Valley State vs Iowa State
  • November 8th: Miss Valley State vs Utah
  • November 14th: Alabama A&M vs Cincinatti
  • November 19th: UAPB vs Kansas State
  • November 20th: Alabama A&M vs Clemson
  • November 20th: Alabama State vs Tennessee
  • November 22nd: Southern vs Nebraska
  • December 11th: Alabama State vs Kansas State
  • December 11th: Prarie View vs Arizona State
  • December 14th: Southern vs Butler
  • December 14th: Alabama A&M vs Miami
  • December 17th: Grambling vs Marquette
  • December 29th: Alabama A&M vs Notre Dame


No games confirmed.

Tennessee State

  • December 29th: Tennessee State vs Ole Miss
Basketball 2019: HBCUs vs Power Five
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