For nearly 100 years, the Black Press has picked Black College Football National Champions. It hasn't always been easy, or clear-cut.
The Heritage Bowl was a decade-long experiment to build the ultimate HBCU football bowl. It did NOT go smoothly.
The Pelican Bowl was the first attempt by the MEAC and SWAC to create a black college national championship game.
After two decades of futility in the Divsion I-AA playoffs, the SWAC made a bold move that changed the game.
There have been many thrilling moments in Bayou Classic history, but few compare to what took place on Nov. 27, 1999.
No, we don't need a "White College Football Hall of Fame." But the Black College Football Hall of Fame is very necessary.
Robert Mathis, Erik Williams and an all-time great coach headline the 2020 Black College Football Hall of Fame.
It looks like FAMU is bring back its historic Orange Blossom Classic in 2020.
Nearly thirty five years after it was played, the 1984 Alcorn State-Mississippi Valley game remains one of the most important in HBCU...
Some of the greatest coaches in black college football history have coached at Florida A&M and Southern University.