FOR THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 30 - NOVEMBER 6, 2012

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STIRRING FINALES

WILLIE SLATER: His Tuskegee Golden Tigers look to knock off defending champion Miles for W. Div. championship and spot in SIAC title game.

SIAC DIVISION TITLES GO DOWN TO FINAL GAMES; FOOTBALL ON HORIZON AT PAINE

CIAA PLAYERS OF THE WEEK OL Devan Gray, Jr., WSSU WR Matthew Jeffries, Sr., JCSU - 8 receptions, 170 yards, 3 TDs in win over St. Augustine's QB Kameron Smith, Sr., WSSU - 23 of 36 for career-high 363 yards, 6 TDs, ran for 1 TD in win over Shaw. OB Colin Bailey, Jr., RB, FSU - 36 carries, school-record 288 yards, 3 TDs in win over Livingstone. DL Dorian Edwards, Sr., Livingstone - 17 tackles, 1 forced fumble, 2 recoveries, 1 returned 23 yards for TD. LB Michael Williams, Sr., ECSU - Game-high 13 tackles, 8 solos, 1 sack (-6 yards), 2 forced fumbles, 2 hurries. DB Nigel Rios, Jr., CB, ECSU - 1 interception returned 94 yards for TD, 7 solo tackles in win over VUU. ROOKIE Curtis Pumphrey, Fr., CB, BSU - 9 tackles, 5 solos, 1 int., 3 ret. for 97 yards, 68-yard return for TD. SPECIALTY Brett Symonds, Jr., PK, ECSU - 2 27-yard field goals, 3-3 on PATS in win over VUU.

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MEAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK OFFENSE Richard Cue, Jr., QB, SCSU - 26 of 41, school-record 419 yards, 4 TDs in win over Howard. DEFENSE Alex Glover, So., DL, SCSU - 8 tackles, 7 solos, 4 for losses, 3 sacks in win over Howard. ROOKIE Damon Chisholm, Fr., DL, HOWARD - Career-high 12 tackles, 11 solos, 6 for losses in loss to SC State. OFFENSIVE LINEMAN Nail Muradymov, Sr., T, DSU - Graded at 95%, 1 pancake in win over Morgan State. SPECIAL TEAMS D'Vonte Graham, Jr., KR, NC A&T - Returned missed FG 100 yards for TD vs. NSU. Tyrone Hendrix, Sr., WR, MSU - 100-yard KO return for TD vs. DelState.

SIAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK OFFENSE McKinsley Marbury, Jr., QB, LANE - 24-for-36, 217 yards, rushed for 90 yards on 22 carries in win over Kentucky State. DEFENSE Bernard Crawford, Sr., DB, KSU - 17 tackles, 2 for losses in loss to Lane. NEWCOMER Eric Knowlton, RB, LANE - 120 yards on 17 carries in win over KSU. LINEMAN Lester Jackson, Sr., MILES - 96% grade in win over Stillman SPECIAL TEAMS Quintory Braswell, ALBANY STATE - 109 yards in punt returns, 70-yard TD in win over Benedict.

SWAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK OFFENSE De'Auntre Smiley, So., QB, PV A&M - 16 of 20 passing for 251 yards, 4 TDs in win over Alcorn State. Also rushed for 30 yards on five carries. DEFENSE Bill Ross, Sr., LB, UAPB - 9 tackles, 1 interception returned 60 yards for TD, 1 forced fumble, 1 tackle for loss, 2 break-ups in win over Southern. NEWCOMER Clayton Moore, Jr., QB, JSU - Passed for 131 yards, 1 TD, ran for 60 yards, game-winning TD in win over Miss. Valley State. SPECIAL TEAMS Chris Barrick, So, PK, PV A&M - 7 of 7 on PATs and 23-yard field goal in win over Alcorn State.

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK OFFENSE A. C. Leonard, TE, TENN. STATE - Careerhigh 8 catches for 102 yards including gamewinning TD catch from six yards out with no time left vs. Tennessee Tech. DEFENSE Nick Thrasher, LB/DB, TENN. STATE - Led Tigers with 9 tackles, six solos in win over Tenn Tech. SPECIAL TEAMS Jamin Godfrey, PK, TENN. STATE - Was perfect 5-for-5 in field goals (37, 32, 27, 41, 22) and game-winning PAT vs. Tenn. Tech.

SCORES
October 25 MEAC Delaware State 28, Morgan State 23 SIAC Miles 49, Stillman 13 October 27 CIAA Bowie State 45, Lincoln (PA) 9 Chowan 33, Virginia State 21 Elizabeth City State 27, Virginia Union 21 Fayetteville State 47, Livingstone 29 J. C. Smith 27, Saint Augustine's 21 Winston-Salem State 62, Shaw 31 MEAC Bethune-Cookman 42, NC Central 17 Hampton 21, Savannah State 13 NC A&T 30, Norfolk State 9 SC State 41, Howard 23 SIAC Albany State 24, Benedict 13 Fort Valley State 26, Morehouse 19 Lane 28, Kentucky State 14 Tuskegee 14, Clark Atlanta 0 SWAC Alabama State 31, Alabama A&M 13 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 10, Miss Valley St. 0 Prairie View A&M 49, Southern 29 Texas Southern 23, Grambling State 20 INDEPENDENTS Central Oklahoma 56, Lincoln (MO) 25 Central State 32, Quincy 16 Ch'ston Southern 42, Edward Waters 7 McMurry 29, Langston 11 Tennessee State 22, Tenn. Tech 21 Texas College 31, Concordia-Selma 20 West Chester 59, Cheyney 14 W. Va. Wesleyan 42, W. Virginia St. 14

Showdowns in SIAC; CIAA set
LUT WILLIAMS Regular season drama is over in the CIAA but it reaches its height this week in the SIAC. Division titles in both the SIAC West and East Divisions and spots in the conference's Nov. 10 Championship Game come down to dramatic showdowns this Saturday afternoon on neutral fields. SIAC At Birmingham's historic Legion Field at 1 p.m. Saturday, defending conference champion Miles takes on Alabama rival Tuskegee for the West Division title. An hour later at Columbus, Ga.'s 23rd Fountain City Classic, the East Division title will be decided when Albany State meets classic season-ending rival Fort Valley State. The winners will meet Sat., Nov. 10 at Atlanta's Lakewood Stadium (8 p.m.) in the second SIAC title game. Miles defeated Albany State 20-17 last year in the league's first championship game. Miles (8-1, 6-0 SIAC, 3-0 W) and Tuskegee (7-1, 6-0, 3-0) come into Saturday's West Division showdown as near mirror images of each other in terms of their records, seasons and statistics. Both are on win streaks after dropping one-point decisions in their first games of the season. Miles has run off eight straight since a 31-30 loss to North Alabama while Tuskegee has won seven straight since losing to Alabama A&M 7-6. Miles leads the SIAC in scoring offense (39.2 ppg.) and total offense (435.3 ypg.) while Tuskegee is first in scoring defense (9.1 ppg.) and total defense (254.2 ypg.). Miles is second to Tuskegee in scoring defense (15.1 ppg.) and total defense (279.1 ypg.) while Tuskegee is behind Miles in total offense (378.1 ypg.) and is third in scoring offense (27.9 ppg.). Tuskegee tops the league in rushing offense (226.0 ypg.) with Miles second (224.9 ypg.). Tuskegee (92.0 ypg.) is just ahead of Miles in rushing defense (98.9 ypg.). The Golden Bears, under second-year head coach Reginald Ruffin, have been particularly dominant in conference play, winning six games by an average score of 42 to 9. The closest anyone has come to the Golden Bears is Lane who dropped a 38-20 decision to Miles two weeks ago. Willie Slater's Golden Tigers have not been as prolific offensively but have shut out their last three
BCSP TOP TEN
1. WINSTON-SALEM STATE (9-0) - Thrashed Shaw 62-31 to clinch CIAA South title, championship game berth. NEXT: At Fayetteville State to close out regular season. 2. BETHUNE-COOKMAN (6-2) - Pulled away from NC Central 42-17 to take MEAC lead. NEXT: At Morgan State. 3. TENNESSEE STATE (8-1) - Squeaked by Tenn Tech, 22-21. NEXT: At Murray State. 4. MILES (8-1) - Stuffed Stillman, 49-13. NEXT: Tuskegee in Birmingham for SIAC West title, championship game berth. 5. TUSKEGEE (7-1) - Shutout Clark Atlanta, 14-0 NEXT: Plays Stillman in B'ham for SIAC West title, spot in championship game. 6. ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF (6-2) - Shutout Miss. Valley State, 10-0. NEXT: At Texas Southern's homecoming. 7. ALABAMA STATE (5-3) - Beat rival Alabama A&M, 31-13. NEXT: At Prairie View A&M. 8. DELAWARE STATE (5-3) - Got by Morgan State, 28-23. NEXT: At NC Central playing for second in MEAC. 9. N. C. CENTRAL (5-3) - Upended at Bethune-Cookman, 42-17. NEXT: Plays its homecoming vs. Delaware State. 10. ALABAMA A&M (6-2) - Fell to Alabama State, 31-13. NEXT: Hosting Southern. OUT: Howard (5-3);

BCSP Editor

GAMES THIS WEEK

PRIME WEAPON Tuskegee's primary offensive weapon in its battle vs. Miles Saturday is SIAC rushing leader Derrick Washington, who has run for 967 yards and 11 TDs.

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

FOOTBALL BACK AT PAINE IN 2013:

AUGUSTA, GA--After years of speculation and anticipation, Paine College President, Dr. George C. Bradley, formally announced last week plans to revive football at the 131 year-old liberal arts institution that sits in the heart of Augusta, Georgia. During the fall meeting of the Paine College Board of Trustees, the governing body voted unanimously to revive the sport that has been absent for fifty years. "The wheels are in motion to have a full football program by 2014," said Tim Duncan, Athletics Director during his address to faculty, staff, students and alumni who attended the morning press conference held on the front lawn of Haygood-Holsey Hall. He went on to say that as early as 2013 the College had plans to recruit a coach to lead the program and expected to acquire student athletes to participate in club football during the fall 2013 semester. "This is an exciting day for all of the fans, alumni, and supporters of Paine College," said Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Commissioner Greg Moore. "We are thrilled about the prospect of Paine College launching a new football program. The SIAC community congratulates President Bradley and Athletic Director Tim Duncan for their new development." CLINTON, Miss. - Alabama State's women repeated and Mississippi Valley State's men picked up their second title in the last three years at the 2012 Southwestern Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships Monday. The Lady Hornets won their seventh title overall and third in the last five years. ASU scored 42 points with Mississippi Valley (77) finishing as the runner-up in the women's competition. MVSU's Joyce Chumo captured the individual title for a consecutive year covering the 5K course in 17:44.79. Chumo was selected SWAC Cross Country Female Athlete of the Year. Alabama State's Ritchie Beene was named SWAC Women's Cross Country Coach of the Year. MVSU scored 38 points to edge Prairie View A&M (40). In the individual competition, MVSU's Daniel Kibet claimed the crown covering the 8K course in 25:44.75. Kibet was also selected the SWAC Cross Country Male Athlete of the Year. MVSU's Danielle Douglas was named SWAC Men's Cross Country Coach of the Year.

''BAMA STATE, MVSU WIN CC TITLES

opponents (Stillman 16-0, Kentucky State 37-0 and Clark Atlanta 14-0). Miles quarterback David Thomas, perhaps the favorite for SIAC offensive player of the year honors, is second in the conference in passing yards (202.1 ypg.) and tops the league in passing efficiency (63.5%, 13 TDs, 6 ints., 159.2) and total offense (237.0 ypg.). Running backs Floyd Graves (76,3 ypg., 9 TDs - 4th) and Devonta Johnson-Parker (62.7 ypg., 6 TDs - 7th) are among the league's top ten rushers. Tuskegee running back Derrick Washington, a University of Missouri transfer, is perhaps Thomas's chief competition for player of the year. Washington is the league's top rusher (967 yards, 7.2 ypc., 120.9 ypg., 11 TDs) and is the primary weapon in the Golden Tigers' option offense. Miles is 15th in this week's AFCA NCAA Div. II poll with Tuskegee 23rd. Miles is first in Super Region II, FVSU is 7th and Albany State 9th. Tuskegee is not eligible for the Div. II playoffs and is not ranked in the region. The top six teams in each of the four Super Regions will receive berths in the 24-team Div. II national championship field. Donald Pittman's Fort Valley State Wildcats (7-2, 5-1, 3-0) and James White's Albany State Golden Rams (6-3, 5-1, 3-0) have also followed similar paths to their showdown. Fort Valley State has won four straight in the conference since being walloped (49-18) by Tuskegee. Albany State has reeled off five straight wins after taking it on the chin from Miles (416). ASU's Nathan Hoyte (889 yards, 5.1 ypc., 8 TDs, 98.8 ypg.) is just behind Washington in league rushing stats. FVSU quarterback Antonio Henton tops the league in passing yards (205.8 ypg.). CIAA BCSP No. 1 Winston-Salem State (9-0, 70) and Elizabeth City State (6-3, 5-1) got wins Saturday to clinch South and North Division titles respectively and will meet for the second consecutive year next Saturday (Nov. 10) in the CIAA Championship Game in Durham, N.C. (Durham County Stadium, 1 p.m.). WSSU is second in the AFCA Div. II national poll (to 9-0 Colorado State-Pueblo) and second in Super Region I (to 9-0 Shippensburg) as it heads into its final regular season game Saturday (1:30 p.m.) at Fayetteville State (2-7, 1-5.). ECSU closes out its regular season (1:30 p.m.) at Bowie State (5-4, 2-4). MEAC With its 42-17 win over North Carolina Central Saturday, BCSP No. 2 Bethune-Cookman moved into sole possession of first place in the conference with three games left on the schedule. The Wildcats (6-2, 5-0 MEAC) continue

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3 - SWAC-TV Alabama A&M vs. Southern in Huntsville, AL Miles vs. Tuskegee in Birmingham, AL Miss Valley State vs. Alcorn State in Itta Bena, MS Murray State vs. Tennessee State in Murray, KY Prairie View A&M vs. Alabama State in Prairie View, TX Fairmont State vs. West Virginia State in Fairmont, WV Howard vs. Hampton in Washington, DC Morgan State vs. Bethune-Cookman in Baltimore, MD Shippensburg vs. Cheyney in Shippensburg, PA Virginia Union vs. Virginia State in Richmond, VA McKendree vs. Central State in Lebanon, IL Bowie State vs. Elizabeth City State in Bowie, MD FayvState vs. W-Salem State in Fayetteville, NC NC A&T vs. Florida A&M in Greensboro, NC Saint Augustine’s vs. Shaw in Raleigh, NC Chowan vs. Lincoln (PA) in Murfreesboro, NC Edward Waters vs. Ava Maria in Jacksonville, FL CLASSICS Commemorative Classic Johnson C. Smith vs. Livingstone in Charlotte, NC Tri-City Classic Va. Univ of L'burg vs. Ald.-Broaddus in Petersburg, VA 23rd Annual Fountain City Classic Fort Valley State vs. Albany State in Columbus, GA HOMECOMINGS Concordia-Selma vs. New Orleans in Selma, AL Texas Southern vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff in Houston, TX NC Central vs. Delaware State in Durham, NC Norfolk State vs. Savannah State in Norfolk, VA Langston vs. S.W. Assemblies of God in Langston, OK McMurry vs. Texas College in Abilene, TX NE Oklahoma St. vs. Lincoln (MO) in Tahlequah, OK Morehouse vs. Kentucky State in Atlanta, GA Lane vs. Benedict in Jackson, TN Grambling State vs. Jackson State in Grambling, LA Stillman vs. Clark Atlanta in Tuscaloosa, AL

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their title quest Saturday (1 p.m.) at Morgan State (3-5, 2-3). B-CU has won four straight games while Morgan State has dropped three straight, all by singledigits. NCCU (5-3, 4-1) will host Delaware State (5-3, 4-1) for homecoming in Durham, N. C. in a battle between teams no one picked to be near the top of the conference. DelState has won four straight games while NCCU had its four-game streak halted by B-CU Saturday. Second-year coaches Henry Frazier III (NCCU) and Kermit Blount (DSU) are prime candidates for league coach of the year honors. DelState senior quarterback Nick Elko (179-282-3, 63.5%, 9 TDS, 243.2 ypg.) leads the league in passing yards while receivers Travis Tarpley (60) and Justin Wilson (40) come in with 100 receptions between them. Tarpley is tops in receptions per game (7.5 pg.) and receiving yardage (91.0 ypg.). NCCU counters with the league's top scoring offense (31.0 ppg.). In other MEAC contests, North Carolina A&T (4-4, 2-3) hosts Florida A&M (3-5, 3-2) , Hampton (2-5, 2-3) is at Howard (5-3, 4-2) and Norfolk State (2-7, 0-6) has Savannah State (1-7, 0-5) for homecoming. SWAC Arkansas-Pine Bluff has a two-game lead in the SWAC West Division while Alabama State's win over Alabama A&M Saturday puts Jackson State in the driver's seat in the East as teams head into their final three regular season games. UAPB (6-2, 5-1) plays homecoming at Texas Southern (2-6, 2-4) Saturday (2 p.m.), Jackson State (4-4, 4-2) is at homecoming (3 p.m.) at Grambling (1-7, 0-6), Alabama A&M (6-2, 5-2) hosts (1 p.m.) Southern (3-5, 2-4), Prairie View (3-5, 3-3) hosts (1 p.m.) Alabama State (5-3, 4-2) and Alcorn State (3-5, 3-3) is at (1 p.m.) Miss. Valley State (2-6, 2-4).

FAMU SWEEPS MEAC CC TITLES:

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)

PRINCESS ANNE, Md. - Florida AM swept both the MEAC men's and women's cross country titles staged at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore Saturday. The men of Florida A&M won their first title since the 1988 season and third overall. Five FAMU runners finished among the top 15 as the Rattlers scored 29 total points. Elias Chesire of Florida A&M won the men's race in a time of 24:54.96 to earn Outstanding Performer accolades. Wayne Angel of Florida A&M earned Men's Cross Country Outstanding Coaching honors for the first time in his career. The FAMU women scored 63 points to win their fifth overall MEAC title and first since the 2001 season. The Lady Pirates averaged a time of 19:36.07 on the 5K course. UMES freshman Petra Kubesova won the women's race with a time of 17:48.20 to earn Outstanding Performer honors. Florida A&M head coach Darlene Moore earned Women's Cross Country Outstanding Coach accolades for the first time in her career.
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CIAA PLAYERS OF THE WEEK PLAYER Joylene Thompson, Jr., RS, FSU - 35 kills in five matches, 2 per set. Also had 4 aces, 22 digs and 9 blocks. Had 7 kills in four of five matches. ROOKIE Cindy, Ehrich, Fr., L, CHOWAN - 16 digs in 3-0 win over VUU. COACH Reeshemah Johnson, FSU - Led FSu to 3-2 record, 1-0 in CIAA. Had sweeps over Livingstone, Benedict and Mt. Olive.

MEAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK PLAYER Jessica Johnson, Fr., OH, NSU - Recorded 15 kills in 30 attacks with one error, .467 hitting percentage in 4-set win over Morgan State. Added 13 digs, 2 blocks and 2 aces. ROOKIE Yeisha Arcia, Fr., OH, FAMU - Combined for 49 kills and 31 digs in 2-1 week. Posted 13 kills on 15 attacks with .865 hitting percentage vs. Savannah State.

SIAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK OFFENSIVE PLAYER Katherin Fischer, CLAFLIN - 19 kills, 46 assists and 4 aces in two games. Rans third in Div. II in aces. DEFENSIVE PLAYER Adrienne Morris, Sr., L, ALBANY STATE - 53 digs in 10 games out of the last three matches. Also had 3 aces and 2 assists in wins over Tuskegee, CAU and Clafllin. SPECIALIST Jennifer Johnson, Sr., ALBANY STATE - 116 assists, 2 kills and 2 aces in 8 games,

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