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BCSP No. 2 ALCORN STATE defeated Alabama State 33-7 and with BCSP No.

1 North
Carolina A&Ts 13-0 loss to South Carolina State, the 5-1 Braves move to the top of the BCSP Top Ten.
Te Braves have been the most dominant team in black college football so far, leading the SWAC in scor-
ing ofense (44.7 ppg.), scoring defense (12.5), total ofense (529.8 ypg.), total defense (262.8), rushing
ofense (330.2) and rushing defense (81.3). Alcorn is averaging 587 total ofensive yards and 47.0 points in
its three SWAC wins.

Facing BCSP No. 1 North Carolina A&T back-up freshman quarterback Hassan Klugh,
BCSP No. 7 SOUTH CAROLINA STATE held the Aggies to 156 total yards including just 43 rushing
yards 49 on 21 carries by MEAC rushing leader Tarik Cohen in a 13-0 shutout. Te Bulldogs (4-2,
2-0 MEAC) are tied atop the MEAC with Norfolk State (2-4, 2-0).

VIRGINIA UNION moved to 4-1 overall and at 2-0 atop the CIAA North with a 31-9 win
over Shaw. Te Panthers, in their frst year under new head coach Mark James, got 292 passing yards
and two TD passes from QB Kenneth Graham. Both scoring tosses went to Donte Gross, who had four
receptions for 168 yards, the scoring catches covering 74 and 67 yards. Panthers defenders also picked of
three Shaw passes.

BCSP No. 8 GRAMBLING STATE, under new head coach Broderick Fobbs, improved to 3-0
atop the SWAC West, 3-3 overall, with a 38-28 win over Alabama A&M. GSU QB Johnathan Williams
accounted for 353 total yards, 291 passing and 63 rushing, in the win. Afer an A&M touchdown cut
the lead to 24-22 early in the fourth quarter, Grambling kick returner Martez Carter
returned the ensuing kickof 92 yards to paydirt. Afer holding the Bulldogs to a 3-and-
out, the G-Men added an insurance score, going 53 yards in seven plays capped by a
6-yard Williams pass to Verlon Hunter.

Quarterback Phillip Sims hit on 5 of 9 passes for 128 yards and two scores
and co-starter Rudy Johnson was a perfect 7 of 7 for 186 yards and two scores as BCSP
No. 5 WINSTON-SALEM STATE unleashed the pair in a 77-30 pasting of Chowan.
Te Rams (4-1, 2-0 S) also rushed for 262 yards and four rushing TDs in the win.

NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL (2-3, 1-0 MEAC) got the frst MEAC win
for new head coach Jerry Mack in a 27-22 home win over Howard. Eagle QB Mal-
colm Bell threw for 250 yards (20 of 30) and three TDs without an interception in outplaying
reigning MEAC Ofensive Player of the Year, Howard QB Greg McGhee (32-49-2, 291 yards,
2 TDs). Bell also rushed for 66 yards to total 316 yards on the game. McGhee, who leads the
league in total ofense, also ran for 86 yards to account for 377 yards.

MOREHOUSE got 104 rushing yards and 2 TDs from RB Monqavius Johnson in
downing crosstown rival Clark Atlanta, 20-7. Te Maroon Tigers are atop the SIAC East at 3-0
(4-1 overall) headed into its annual showdown Saturday in Columbus, Ga. with West co-leader
Tuskegee (3-2, 2-0 W).
Malcolm Bell
NCCU
Jerry Lovelocke
PRAIRIE VIEW A&M
Phillip Sims
QB, WSSU
Xtra
WINNERS
Alcorn State South Carolina State Grambling State Virginia Union
Winston-Salem State North Carolina Central Morehouse
OFF THE SCHNEIDS
BOWIE STATE - Te Bulldogs (1-4) got their frst win behind 173 passing yards and two
TDs from QB Trevon Bennett (15-29-1) in a 24-0 shut out of Johnson C. Smith. BSUs four scoring
drives averaged 13 plays and 82 yards.
- PRAIRIE VIEW A&M Jerry Lovelocke threw a go-ahead 23-yard touchdown pass, spark-
ing a 21-point fourth quarter to give Prairie View (1-4) its frst win of the season over Jackson State
48-30 on Saturday night.
FAYETTEVILLE STATE - Te Broncos (1-4) rode two TD passes from QB Derek Bryant to
Kasunn Williams and two short TD runs from Andre Montgomery to its frst win, 34-13 over Lincoln.
Montgomery ran for 130 yards on 16 carries and scored on 1- and 3-yard runs. Te TD receptions by
Williams covered 17 and 29 yards.
Teams that got their frst wins
Mark
James
VUU
Games of Oct. 2 - 4
BCSPX 2
Rudy Johnson
QB, WSSU
Monq. Johnson
MOREHOUSE
OF NOTE
Virginia Union has three receivers in the top ten in receiving yards per game in the CIAA.
Donte Gross (6-1, 190, R-Fr.) averages 122.2 yards per game, Florida A&M transfer Lenworth Lennon
(5-10, 190, Gr.) averages 68.2 and Jussie York (6-2, 190, Jr.) averages 61.0. Gross has 16 catches for 489
yards (30.6 ypc.) and averages 56.4 yards per reception on his fve TD catches (49, 54, 38, 74, 67).

- Kentucky State RB Jacquise Lockett had the top rushing day of the week, rambling for 243
yards on 36 carries with TD runs of 56 and 68 yards in the win over Central State.

- Herb Walker of Morgan State rushed for 202 yards on 22 carries in the Bears 24-9 over
Florida A&M and now has 915 yards and 8 scores on the season. Te 915 yards is one yard behind FCS
leader Khairi Dickson of St. Francis (Pa.) and his 152.5 rushing yards per game is fourth in the FCS.

- Saint Augustines had QB Cyril Davis throw for 277 yards and 1 TD, RB Roderick Daven-
port run for 145 yards and 3 scores and WR Claytin Lewis catch 4 passes for 126 yards and one score
but it wasnt enough in a 42-35 loss to Virginia State.

- Stillman QB Josh Straughan threw six TD passes in the Tigers 55-16 win over Lane.
Straughan, who threw the TD passes to six diferent receivers, has 11 TD passes on the season with just
one interception.
- Michael German of Tennessee State completed 34 of 59 passes for 362 yards with 2 TDs and
1 interception in the loss to Southeast Missouri.

- Livingstone WR Jalen Hendricks surpassed his 8-reception, 137-yard per
game average hauling in nine passes for 143 yards and 2 scores in the Blue Bears frst
loss, 59-21 to Elizabeth City State. Hendricks (6-2, 205) is tops in black college foot-
ball but is second in NCAA Div. II football in receiving yards (681), receiving yards
per game (138.2) and TD receptions (10) and is fourth in receptions per game (8.2).
Livingstone QB Drew Powell threw three more TD passes and now has a black college
best 17 on the season. Tat number is tied for fourth in NCAA Div. II.

- Six-six Alcorn State QB John Gibbs Jr. accounted for 323 total yards in the win over Ala-
bama State, 217 yards (20-33) thru the air and 106 on the ground.
Players Worth Watching
Gross
York
Lennon
Walker
Straughan
Hendricks
Gibbs
1. ALCORN STATE (5-1) - Humbled Alabama State, 33-7.
THIS WEEK: At W. Division leader and No. 7 Grambling State.
2. BETHUNE-COOKMAN (4-1) - Downed Delaware State, 27-
7. THIS WEEK: Homecoming vs. Howard.
3. WINSTON-SALEM STATE (4-1) - Throttled Chowan 77-30.
THIS WEEK: At Johnson C. Smith.
4. S. CAROLINA STATE (4-2) - Shut out BCSP No. 1 NC A&T,
13-0. THIS WEEK: Hosting NC Central.
5. NORTH CAROLINA A&T (4-2) - Shut out by SC State, 13-
0. THIS WEEK: Hosting Hampton Thursday night on ESPNU.
6. ALABAMA STATE (4-2) - Fell to Alcorn State, 33-7. THIS
WEEK: At Prairie View A&M.
7. GRAMBLING STATE (3-3) - Beat Alabama A&M, 38-28.
THIS WEEK: Hosting BCSP No. 1 Alcorn State.
8. TENNESSEE STATE (4-2) - Lost at Southeast Missouri, 28-
21. THIS WEEK: Hosts Jacksonville State.
9. TEXAS SOUTHERN (5-1) - Defeated Miss. Valley State, 20-
16. THIS WEEK: Idle.
10. SOUTHERN (3-3) - Outscored Ark.-Pine Bluff, 51-36. THIS
WEEK: At Alabama A&M.
B C S P F O O T B A L L T O P T E N
OCTOBER 2
Alcorn State 33, Alabama State 7
Miles 23, Benedict 13
OCTOBER 4
Albany State 17, Paine 0
Ave Maria 16, Concordia-Selma 12
Beth.-Cookman 27, Delaware St. 7
Bloomsburg 41, Cheyney 7
Bowie State 24, J. C. Smith 0
Eliz. City State 59, Livingstone 21
Fayetteville State 34, Lincoln 13
Grambling St. 38, Alabama A&M 28
Kentucky State 31, Central State 24
Langston 61, Texas College 0
Morehouse 20, Clark Atlanta 7
Morgan State 24, Florida A&M 9
Norfolk State 14, Savannah State 7
N. C. Central 27, Howard 22
Prairie View 48, Jackson State 30
S. C. State 13, N. C. A&T 0
SE Missouri 28, Tennessee State 21
Southeastern 51, Edward Waters 27
Southern 51, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 36
Stillman 55, Lane 16
Tex. Southern 20, Miss. Valley St. 16
Tuskegee 35, Fort Valley State 28
Virginia State 42, St. Augustines 35
Virginia Union 31, Shaw 9
W. Va. State 18, Urbana 13
William Jewell 20, Lincoln (Mo.) 13
Winston-Salem St. 77, Chowan 30
SCORES
PASSING
Michael German, TNS 34-59 362 yards 2 TDs 1 int.
Tyler Mahla, EWC 23-47 331 yards 1 TD 1 int.
Josh Straughan, STIL 17-27 292 yards 6 TDs 0 ints.
Kenneth Graham, VUU 16-28 292 yards 2 TDs 1 int.
Greg McGhee, HOW 32-49 291 yards 2 TDs 2 ints.
Johnathan Williams, GSU 23-37 291 yards 2 TDs 1 int.
Ben Anderson, UAPB 18-40 289 yards 2 TDs 1 int.
Cyril Davis, SAU 15-29 277 yards 1 TD 0 ints.
Cameron Stover, BEN 28-46 262 yards 1 TD 0 ints.
Terrance Ayers, LANE 22-39 254 yards 1 TD 0 ints.
Malcolm Bell, NCCU 20-30 250 yards 3 TDs 0 ints.
Leon Prunty, SSU 14-31 239 yards 1 TD 0 ints.
Trey Folston, SHAW 17-37 232 yards 1 TD 1 ints.
Austin Howard, SOU 14-22 230 yards 3 TDs 1 int.
John Gibbs, Jr., ALC 20-33 217 yards 0 TDs 1 int.
Drew Powell, LIV 20-40 217 yards 3 TDs 1 int.
Demetric Price, MILES 15-30 214 yards 1 TD 0 ints.
Michael Wilson, CSU 17-36 210 yards 1 TD 1 int.
Daniel Duhart, ALS 15-30 205 yards 0 TDs 0 ints.
RUSHING
Jacquise Lockett, KSU 36 carries 243 yards 2 TDs
Herb Walker, MSU 22 carries 203 yards 1 TD
Darryan Ragsdale, ALC 22 carries 173 yards 2 TDs
Johnta Hebert, PV 15 carries 150 yards 2 TDs
Michael Wilson, CSU 18 carries 149 yards 2 TDs
Jarius Moore, JSU 16 carries 145 yards 1 TD
Roderick Davenport, SAU 32 carries 145 yards 3 TDs
Michael Jones, BCU 10 carries 132 yards 0 TDs
Tevin Brown, WVSU 26 carries 132 yards 0 TDs
Andre Montgomery, FSU 16 carries 130 yards 2 TDs
Jarvis Small, ALB 18 carries 129 yards 2 TDs
Stephen Scott, LINP 24 carries 129 yards 0 TDs
Jamarcus Hill, MILES 25 carries 125 yards 1 TD
Kenny King, ECSU 8 carries 120 yards 1 TD
Jovontae Thurman, STIL 6 carries 118 yards 0 TDs
Tyler Mahla, EWC 22 carries 108 yards 2 TDs
Trey Johnson, VSU 20 carries 107 yards 1 TD
Tyler Clark, NSU 19 carries 106 yards 1 TD
John Gibbs, Jr., ALC 13 carries 106 yards 1 TD
Daveon Porter, TSU 22 carries 106 yards 0 TDs
Malik Johnson, MHC 24 carries 104 yards 2 TDs
Keith Brown, BSU 22 carries 102 yards 0 TDs
Gerald Hearns, FAMU 16 carries 100 yards 0 TDs
RECEIVING
Donte Gross, VUU 4 receptions 168 yards 2 TDs
Reggie Travis, SOU 5 receptions 156 yards 3 TDs
Jalen Hendricks, LIV 9 receptions 143 yards 2 TDs
Eric Williams, WSSU 2 receptions 135 yards 1 TD
Khalif Dandy, CHEY 8 receptions 133 yards 0 TDs
Montaurius Smith, AAM 7 receptions 131 yards 1 TD
Claytin Lewis, SAU 4 receptions 126 yards 1 TD
Kendariss Brown, BEN 9 receptions 124 yards 1 TD
Suwayne Hilton, EWC 5 receptions 114 yards 0 TDs
Demario Bell, ALS 4 receptions 112 yards 0 TDs
Chris S.-McCollum, TNS 9 receptions 104 yards 1 TD
Jamion Dunning, LANE 7 receptions 103 yards 0 TDs
TOP PERFORMANCES
G A M E S T H I S W E E K
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9
ESPNU - ESPN3
NC A&T vs. Hampton in Greensboro, NC 7:30p
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11
Alabama A&M vs. Southern in Huntsville, AL 1p
Shaw vs. Fayetteville State in Durham, NC 1p
Va.-Lynchburg vs. Atl. Sports Academy in L'burg, VA 1p
Bacone vs. Texas College in Muskogee, OK 2p
Grambling State vs. Alcorn State in Grambling, LA 2p
Lincoln (MO) vs. St. Josephs in Jeff. City, MO 2p
Oklahoma Baptist vs. Langston in Shawnee, OK 2p
Tennessee State vs. Jacksonville State in Nashville, TN 2p
Benedict vs. Stillman in Columbia, SC 2p
Clark Atlanta vs. College of Faith in Atlanta, GA 2p
Edward Waters vs. W. Int'l in Jacksonville, FL 2p
Fort Valley State vs. Kentucky State in Fort Valley, GA 2p
J. C. Smith vs. Winston-Salem State in Charlotte, NC 2p
Limestone vs. Paine in Gaffney, SC 2p
S. C. State vs. N. C. Central in Orangeburg, SC 2p
Virginia State vs. Elizabeth City State in Ettrick, VA 2p
Florida A&M vs. Savannah State in Tallahassee, FL 5p
East Stroudsburg vs. Cheyney in East Str'burg, PA 6:05p
Albany State vs. Lane in Albany, GA 7p
HOMECOMINGS
Virginia Union vs. Lincoln (PA) in Richmond, VA 1p
Livingstone vs. St. Augustine's in Salisbury, NC 1:30p
West Va. State vs. W. Va. Wesleyan in Institute, WV 1:30p
Concordia-Selma vs. Wesley College in Selma, AL 12n
Jackson State vs. Miss Valley State in Jackson, MS 2p
Prairie View vs. Alabama State in Pr. View, TX 2p
Norfolk State vs. Delaware State in Norfolk, VA 2p
Chowan vs. Bowie State in Murfreesboro, NC 3p
Miles vs. Central State in Fairfeld, AL 4p
Bethune-Cookman vs. Howard in Daytona Beach, FL 4p
CLASSICS
79th Annual Tuskegee-Morehouse Classic - HSRN
Morehouse vs. Tuskegee in Columbus, GA 2p
DIV ALL
NORTH W L W L
Virginia Union 2 0 4 1
Virginia State 2 0 3 2
Eliz. City State 1 1 2 3
Bowie State 1 1 1 4
Chowan 0 2 1 4
Lincoln 0 2 1 4
SOUTH
W-Salem State 2 0 4 1
Livingstone 1 1 4 1
Shaw 1 1 2 3
Fayetteville State 1 1 1 4
Saint Augustines 1 1 1 4
J. C. Smith 0 2 1 4
CIAA
CENTRAL INTERCOLLEGIATE
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION INDEPENDENTS
W L
Tennessee State 4 2
Edward Waters 3 3
W. Va. State 3 2
Concordia 1 2
Lincoln (Mo.) 1 3
Langston 2 3
Cheyney 0 5
Texas College 0 5
Va.-Lynchburg 0 5
SIAC
SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE
ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
CONF ALL
EAST W L W L
Morehouse 3 0 4 1
Albany State 1 0 2 2
Fort Valley State 2 1 3 2
Benedict 0 2 2 3
Clark Atlanta 0 3 1 4
Paine 0 3 0 5
WEST
Tuskegee 2 0 3 2
Stillman 2 0 3 2
Miles 1 0 2 3
Kentucky State 1 1 2 3
Central State 1 2 1 4
Lane 1 2 1 4
SWAC
SOUTHWESTERN
ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
DIV ALL
EAST W L W L
Alcorn State 3 0 5 1
Alabama State 3 1 4 2
Jackson State 1 2 3 3
Alabama A&M 1 2 2 4
Miss. Valley St. 0 4 1 5
WEST
Grambling State 3 0 3 3
Texas Southern 3 1 5 1
Southern 2 1 3 3
Prairie View A&M 1 3 1 4
Ark. Pine Bluff 0 3 1 4
MID EASTERN
ATHLETIC CONFERENCE MEAC
CONF ALL
W L W L
SC State 2 0 4 2
Norfolk State 2 0 2 4
N. Carolina Central 1 0 2 3
Bethune-Cookman 1 0 4 1
Morgan State 2 1 3 3
NC A&T State 1 1 4 2
Delaware State 1 1 1 5
Hampton 0 1 1 4
# Florida A&M 0 1 0 5
# Savannah State 0 2 0 5
Howard 0 3 1 5
# Not eligible for title
STANDINGS
October 2nd & 4th