FOR THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 18 - 24, 2012

2 0 1 2 B L A C K C O L L E G E F O O T B A L L (Results, Standings and Weekly Honors)

Isidore Jackson RB BethuneCookman

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TOP TEAMS BATTLE IN FLORIDA

ONES TO WATCH: Both Tennessee State and Bethune-Cookman will employ strong running games in match-up in Daytona Beach.

REDMAN, MATHIS TOP NFL PLAYERS; MVSU LOSS FELLS MITCHELL AT SOUTHERN

CIAA PLAYERS OF THE WEEK OL Markus Lawrence, Sr., WSSU WR Tyron Laughinghouse, Sr., ST. AUG'S - 5 catches, 112 yds., 2 TDs (56, 24) in win over S. Conn. State. QB Kameron Smith, Sr., WSSU - 21 of 41 for 307 yards, 4 TDs, hiiting 8 receivers in win over Morehouse. RB Antonio Dunn, Sr., RB, SHAW - 26 carries, 165 yards, 2 TDs in win over Stillman. DL Tim Green, Sr., DE, LINCOLN - 13 tackles, 9 solos, 7 for -56 yards, 3 sacks, 3 hurries, 1 forced fumble LB T.J. Batchelor, Jr., CHOWAN - 17 tackles, 10 solos, 4 sacks (-21 yards), 2 forced fumbles vs. Shorter. DB Derrick Manning, Sr., ST. AUG'S - 6 tackles, 1 int., vs. S. Conn. State. ROOKIE Drew Powell, Fr., QB, LIV - 22-37-2, 295 yards, 3 TDs, ran for 2 TDs in loss to Edward Waters. SPECIALTY Brett Symonds, PK, ECSU - FGs of 44 & 29 yards, winning PAT vs. Albany State.

MEAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK OFFENSE James Owens, r-Jr., RB, FAMU - 11 carries, 157 yards, 3 TDs in win over Hampton DEFENSE Julien David, Jr., DB, HOWARD - 6 tackles, 5 solos, 1 break-up, forced fumble, blocked PAT to preserve win over Norfolk State. ROOKIE Zack Cimaglia, Fr., PK, NC A&T - 4 FGs (40, 41, 42, 27), 3 touchbacks in win over VUL. SPECIAL TEAMS Rodney Tyson, So., KR, HOWARD - Thee KO returns, 156 yards, 100-yarder for TD vs. NSU. OFFENSIVE LINEMAN Douglas Almendares, Jr., C, FAMU - Graded at 93%, 4 pancakes vs. Hampton.

SIAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK OFFENSE David Carter, Jr., RB, MOREHOUSE - 36 carries, 209 yards, 3 TDs (5, 3, 6) in win over Ed Waters. DEFENSE Kenny Townsend, Jr., DL, KSU - 14 tackles, 3 sacks, 4.5 TFL in loss to Kentucky Wesleyan. NEWCOMER Hollis Moore, WR, LANE - 10 receptions, 129 yards, 1 TD vs. Clark Atlanta. LINEMAN Richard Washington, OL, MHC SPECIAL TEAMS Dondre Purnell, So., KR, STILLMAN - Four returns for 124 yards, including a 74-yarter vs. Ouachita Baptist.

SWAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK OFFENSE Deauntae Mason, Sr., QB, AA&M - 22-29-0, 279 yards, 3 TDs, rushed for 36 yards, 3 TDs in win over Prairie View. Rico Richardson, Sr., WR, JSU - 8 receptions, 235 yards, 3 TDs (12, 44, 35) in win over TSU. DEFENSE Keven Woods, Sr., LB, MVSU - 14 tackles, 6 solos, 1 for loss, 1 break-up, 1 forced fumble. SPECIAL TEAMS Bobby Wenzig, PK/P, ALABAMA STATE - Averaged 46.3 average on five punts, 1 PAT. NEWCOMER Clayton Moore, Jr., QB, JSU - 18-36-1, 363 yards, 3 TDs, ran 21 times for 101 yards, 3 TDs in win over TSU.

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK OFFENSE Michael German, So., QB, TENN. STATE - 27-36, 318 yards, 3 TDs (27, 4, 51) in win over Austin Peay. Suwayne Hylton, WR, EDWARD WATERS - Five receptions for 125 yards and 2 TDs (18, 45) in win over Livingstone. DEFENSE Bertra Balfour, DB, EDWARD WATERS - Led EWC with nine tackles, 7 solos, 1 int., returned 92 yards, 1 forced fumble, 1 break-up vs. Livingstone. SPECIAL TEAMS Jamin Godfrey, PK, TENN. STATE - Good on 3 PATS and 43- and 29-yard field goals in win over Austin Peay.

SCORES
September 13 Miss Valley State 6, Southern 0 September 15 Akron 66, Morgan State 6 Alabama A&M 42, Prairie View A&M 30 Alabama State 19, Grambling State 18 Arizona 56, SC State 0 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 24, Alcorn State 6 Bowie State 24, Fairmont State 17, OT C.W. Post 45, Cheyney 10 Central State 28, Urbana 22 Cincinnati 23, Delaware State 7 Duke 54, NC Central 17 Edward Waters 42, Livingstone 36 Elizabeth City State 13, Albany State 12 Elon 48, West Virginia State 14 Fayetteville State 28, Virginia Union 17 Florida A&M 44, Hampton 20 Fort Valley State 26, Clark Atlanta 3 Hardin Simmons 57, Texas College 21 Howard 37, Norfolk State 36, OT Jackson State 45, Texas Southern 35 J. C. Smith 23, Concordia-Selma 18 Kentucky State 35, Lincoln (PA) 23 Miami 38, Bethune-Cookman 10 Miles 44, West Georgia 37 Missouri Southern 21, Lincoln (MO) 14 NC A&T 40, Va. Univ of Lynchburg 7 Saint Augustine's 30, S Conn. State 14 Shaw 31, Stillman 26 Shorter 28, Chowan 17 St. Xavier 37, Langston 7 Tennessee State 34, Austin Peay 14 Tuskegee 45, Lane 17 Virginia State 30, Benedict 20 W-Salem State 55, Morehouse 21

BCSP #2 vs. #3 in Daytona Beach
LUT WILLIAMS A match-up of two of the top teams in the BCSP Top Ten, CIAA contests involving the only teams in the conference with winning records and a re-match of last year's SIAC championship game are the top games on this week's black college football schedule. In Daytona Beach, Florida, Saturday at 4 p.m., Bethune-Cookman (2-1) hosts undefeated Tennessee State (3-0) in a non-conference game between teams ranked second and third respectively in the latest BCSP Top Ten. Bethune-Cookman is coming off a 38-10 loss to Miami of the ACC last week but was impressive in wins over BCSP ranked teams Alabama State (38-28) and South Carolina State (27-14) to open the season. Tennessee State has been just as impressive, posting wins over black college rivals Florida A&M (17-14) and Jackson State (38-12) before subduing fellow Ohio Valley Conference member Austin Peay, 34-14 last week. The teams have explosive offenses that feature standout running backs in B-CU junior Isidore Jackson (55 carries, 270 yards, 2 TDs, 90.0 yards per game) and TSU junior Trabis Ward (71 carries, 287 yards, 5 TDs, 95.7 yards per game). TSU sophomore quarterback Michael German, coming off a 300-yard, 3-touchdown performance against Austin Peay, is completing 63% (58-92) of his passes for 718 yards for five touchdowns with just two interceptions. B-CU has played three quarterbacks with junior Jackie Wilson (17-36, 250 yards, 0 TDs, 0 ints) starting each game and Louisiana Tech transfer Broderick Waters (12-23, 167 yards, 2 TDs, 0 ints.) primarily coming on in relief. The only other MEAC conference game this week has North Carolina Central (1-2) travelling to Savannah State (0-2) in a 7 p.m. contest. NCCU will be looking to avenge a 33-30 loss at home to Savannah State last year, the only win on the Tigers' 2011 ledger. Elsewhere in the MEAC, former BCSP No. 2 Norfolk State (2-1), coming off a 37-36 upset
BCSP TOP TEN 1. WINSTON-SALEM STATE (3-0) - Disposed of Morehouse, 55-21. NEXT: Hosting Virginia Union. 2. BETHUNE-COOKMAN (2-1) - Lost at BCS ACC-member Miami, 38-10. NEXT: Hosting BCSP No. 3 Tennessee State. 3. TENNESSEE STATE (3-0) - Defeated Austin Peay, 34-14. NEXT: In Daytona Beach vs. BCSP No. 2 Bethune-Cookman. 4. ALABAMA A&M (3-0) - Outscored Prairie View 42-30. NEXT: At Texas Southern. 5. ALABAMA STATE (2-1) -Scored late to down Grambling, 19-18. NEXT: Hosting Arkansas-Pine Bluff Thursday on ESPNU. 6. HOWARD (2-1) - Knocked off BCSP No. 2 Norfolk State in OT, 37-36. NEXT: Idle. 7. NORFOLK STATE (2-1) - Dropped 37-36 overtime decision to Howard. NEXT: At Ohio University. 8. SOUTH CAROLINA STATE (1-2) - Shut out at BCS PAC-12 member Arizona, 56-0. NEXT: At Texas A&M. 9. FLORIDA A&M (1-2) - Got in win column, 44-20 over Hampton. NEXT: At Delaware State. 10. SAINT AUGUSTINE'S (2-1) - Falcorns won on road at S. Conn. State, 30-14. NEXT: In Durham vs. undefeated Bowie State.

BCSP Editor

FOOTBALL THIS WEEK THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 - ESPNU - Live Alabama State vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff in Montgomery, AL SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 Livingstone vs. Lincoln (PA) in Salisbury, NC Shaw vs. Chowan in Durham, NC Va. Univ of Lynchburg vs. UNC-Pembroke in Lynchburg, VA West Virginia State vs. Concord in Institute, WV East Stroudsburg vs. Cheyney in East Stroudsburg, PA Saint Joseph’s vs. Central State in Rensselaer, IN Emporia State vs. Lincoln (MO) in Emporia, KS Edward Waters vs. New Orleans in Jacksonville, FL Ohio vs. Norfolk State in Athens, Ohio Fort Valley State vs. Benedict in Fort Valley, GA North Dakota State vs. Prairie View A&M in Fargo, ND Bethune-Cookman vs. Tennessee State in Daytona Beach, Fla Johnson C. Smith vs. Virginia State in Charlotte, NC Stillman vs. Kentucky State in Tuscaloosa, AL Delaware State vs. Florida A&M in Dover, DE Arkansas State vs. Alcorn State in Jonesboro, AR Northwestern State vs. Miss Valley State in Natchitoches, LA Clark Atlanta vs. Concordia-Selma in Atlanta, GA Fayetteville State vs. Elizabeth City State in Fayetteville, NC Winston-Salem State vs. Virginia Union in Winston-Salem, NC Pittsburg State vs. Lincoln (MO) in Pittsburg, KS Albany State vs. Miles in Albany, GA Morehouse vs. Lane in Atlanta, GA Saint Augustine’s vs. Bowie State in Durham, NC Savannah State vs. NC Central in Savannah, GA Lamar vs. Langston in Beaumont, TX Texas A&M vs. SC State in College Station, TX CLASSICS 5th WC Gordon Classic Jackson State vs. Southern in Jackson, MS TV / INTENET BROADCASTS - SWAC-TV Texas Southern vs. Alabama A&M in Houston, TX

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GROUND POUNDERS: Bethune-Cookman's Isidore Jackson (l.) and Tennessee State's Trabis Ward, both at around 5-10, 200 pounds, lead their respective teams' ground attacks. They and their teams face off this week in Daytona Beach, Fla.

UNDER THE BANNER
WHAT'S GOING ON IN AND AROUND BLACK COLLEGE SPORTS

Less than 24 hours following a devastating and demoralizing 6-0 loss to Mississippi Valley on ESPNU, Southern head football coach Stump Mitchell was reassigned to other administrative duties within the athletics department, Southern athletics director Dr. William Broussard announced late Friday afternoon. Defensive coordinator Dawson SU Sports Photo Odums, who is in his second year ODUMS of the Jaguars coaching staff, will assume the post of interim head coach for the duration of the 2012 season. "After making a recommendation to [Chancellor James Llorens] and upon his acceptance of that recommendation, I spoke with head football coach Stump Mitchell late this afternoon and notified him that he will be reassigned to other administrative duties within the athletic department," said Broussard. Mitchell, in his third season at Southern, finished with a 6-18 overall record during his tenure but his successful navigation of the football program through NCAAAcademic Progress Rate penalties emerged as one of his most notable accomplishments as head coach. The search for Southern's next head coach will not commence until the conclusion of the 2012 season.

MITCHELL OUT, ODUMS IN AT SOUTHERN:

loss in overtime to Howard last week, travels to face Ohio University (3-0), who upset Penn State to start the season. South Carolina State (1-2) is on the road to face its second straight BCS opponent at Texas A&M (1-1). The big CIAA contests have BCSP No. 1, Winston-Salem State (3-0) at home Saturday (6 p.m.) facing Virginia Union (2-1) while undefeated Bowie State (3-0) travels to Durham, N.C. to face Saint Augustine's (2-1). In a full schedule of CIAA tilts, Livingstone (0-3) hosts Lincoln (0-4), Chowan (1-2) is at Shaw (1-2), Johnson C. Smith (1-2) hosts Virginia State (1-2) and Fayetteville State (1-2) entertains Elizabeth City State (1-2) Last year, West Division champ Miles knocked off East Division titleist Albany State 20-17 in the first SIAC Championship Game after ASU had defeated the Golden Bears, 34-27 in last year's regular season. The two will stage this year's regular season meeting Saturday in Albany, Ga. at 7 p.m. In other SIAC games this week, Fort Valley State (2-1, 1-0) hosts Benedict (0-3), Stillman (1-2) entertains Kentucky State (1-1), and Morehouse (1-2) is home to take on Lane (1-2, 0-2). The SWAC line-up this week features Thursday's ESPNU match-up in Montgomery, Ala. between Alabama State (2-1, 2-0 SWAC E) and Arkansas-Pine Bluff (2-1, 1-1 W). Kickoff time is 6:30 p.m. Southern (0-2, 0-1 W) will head into its game Saturday (4 p.m.) at Jackson State (1-2,

1-0 E) with a new head coach. Stump Mitchell was let go as head coach Friday less than 24 hours after the Jaguars' 6-0 loss to Mississippi Valley State Thursday night. Former Defensive Coordinator Dawson Odums was named the Jags' interim head coach (See UNDER THE BANNER). Elsewhere in the SWAC, Texas Southern (1-2, 1-1 W) will entertain undefeated Alabama A&M (3-0, 2-0 E) Saturday in an 11 a.m. start to be carried live on SWAC-TV. In non-conference action, Prairie View A&M (0-3, 0-2 W) travels to take on the No. 1 FCS team in the country, North Dakota State (2-0) at 3 p.m., Alcorn State (1-2, 1-1 E) is at Arkansas State (1-2) and Mississippi Valley State (1-2, 1-1 E) is at Northwestern State (1-2).

BCSP NFL Players of the Week
OFFENSE – Isaac Redman, RB, Pittsburgh (4th year, Bowie State) - 12 carries for 25 yards including a 3-yard TD run that iced win over the NY Jets. Also caught one pass for 14 yards. DEFENSE – Robert Mathis, DE, Indianapolis (11th year, Alabama A&M) Three solos, four assists, one sack in win over Minnesota.
OTHERS ON OFFENSE – Donald Driver, WR, Green Bay (14th year, Alcorn State) - One reception, a 26-yard fourth-quarter touchdown, as Packers defeated Chicago. - Jacoby Jones, WR/KR, Baltimore (6th year, Lane) - One reception for 21-yard TD, three punt returns for 33 yards in loss to Philadelphia. OTHERS ON DEFENSE – D'Mitri Patterson, DB, Cleveland (7th year, Tuskegee) - Had six solo tackles in loss to Cincinnati.

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– Antoine Bethea, S, Indianapolis (8th year, Howard) Eight tackles, six solos, in win over Minnesota. – Rashean Mathis, DB, Jacksonville (10th season, BethuneCookman) - Two solo tackles vs. Houston. – Michael Coe, DB, NY Giants (4th year, Alabama State) - One solo tackle in win over Tampa Bay. – Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, DB, Philadelphia (5th season, Tennessee State) - One solo tackle in win over Baltimore. – William Hayes, DE, St. Louis (5th season, Winston-Salem State) - Two solo tackles in win over Washington. – Jason Hatcher, DE, Dallas (7th year, Grambling State) - One solo and three assists in loss to Seattle. – Kenrick Ellis, DT, NY Jets (2nd year, Hampton) - Two assisted tackles in loss to Pittsburgh.

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COLTS' FIRE: Veteran defensive end Robert Mathis (98, Alabama A&M) tries to fire up the Indianapolis Colts as they headed into Sunday's game vs. Minnesota. Mathis had seven tackles and his second sack of the season in the Colts' 23-20 win.

2 0 1 2 B L A C K C O L L E G E V O L L E Y B A L L (Results, Standings and Weekly Honors)

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BREAKING AWAY: PIttsburgh running back Isaac Redman (33, Bowie State) breaks tackle of New Jets' DT Marcus Dixon (94, Hampton) en route to fourth quarter 3-yard TD run that clinched Steelers' 27-10 win.
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CIAA PLAYERS OF THE WEEK PLAYER Phylicia Egbuna, Sr., MH, LIVINGSTONE - Had 40 kills, 11 aces and 22 digs in the week. Had 14 kills. In her best game, had 14 kills, 3 aces and 5 digs vs. Johnson & Wales. ROOKIE Cindy Ehrich, Fr., CHOWAN - Had 10 digs, 4 aces vs. Virginia Union. Had 20 digs in loss to Mars Hill also had 10 blocks vs. Charleston.

MEAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK PLAYER Victoria Williams, Jr., RS, UMES - Led Lady Hawks to 4-0 mark at Alabama State Tournament averaging 14.75 kills with .346 hitting percentage and 10 blocks. Had career-high 19 kills vs. North Texas. ROOKIE Bridget Ebster-Schwarzenberger, Fr., OH/RS, UMES - Averaged 10.25 kills and 8.5 digs in four wins. Recorded double-double of 12 kills and 14 diigs vs. Troy. Also had 10 aces and 3 blocks.

SIAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK OFFENSIVE PLAYER Cynteria Jones, Sr., OH, STILLMAN - Recorded 13 kills and 5 blocks in Tigers' 3-0 victory over LOC. Against Kentucky State, led team with 10 kills, 6 blocks and 2 digs. SPECIALIST Kallyn Blackmon, Jr., S, CAU - Converted 92 of 102 set attempts. Has posted 22 digs on season. DEFENSIVE PLAYER Tyneisha Spears, Jr., OH, CAU - Has posted 60 digs on season.

SWAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK OFFENSIVE PLAYER Christine Edwards, Sr., OH, JSU - 45 kills, 9 aces, 24 digs and 3 blocks for th week. DEFENSIVE PLAYER Shanice Faison, So., L, PVA&M - 31 digs for the week, 24 in loss to Houston Baptist. NEWCOMER Kelsey Espinosa, Jr., Setter, PVA&M - 10 kills, 58 assists, 16 digs, 5 aces and 3 blocks for the week.