FOR THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 13 - 19, 2011

2 0 1 1 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)

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Bowie State Virginia Union Chowan Virginia State Eliz. City State Lincoln
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EARLY SEASON TUSSLES

INTO BATTLE: Albany State QB Stanley Jennings will lead the nationally-ranked Golden Rams in key clash with Valdosta State Saturday in Albany, Ga.

SC STATE NEW BCSP NO. 1; TWO ADDED TO NFL LIST; VOLLEYBALL GETS SOME LOVE

CIAA PLAYERS OF THE WEEK OL - Markus Lawrence, Jr., C, WSSU WR - Robert Holland, Jr., CHOWAN - 10 receptions, 150 yards, 3 TDs vs. UNC-Pembroke. ROOKIE & OB - Keahn Wallace, Fr., QB, JC SMITH - 325 passing yards, 3 TDs, 79 rushing yards, 2 TDs in OT loss to Brevard. DL - Shonquez Nelson, So., DT, SAC - 12 tackles, 8 solos, 2 for losses, 1 sack vs. New Haven LB - Delano Johnson, Sr., BSU - 8 tackles, one fumble recovery DB - Darnell Evans, So., SHAW - 2 ints., 1 returned 70 yards, a recovery, 5 tackles vs. DSU. SPECIAL - James Langford, Jr., KR, SHAW - KO return 89 yards for TD, 65 rushing yards, 1 TD, 234 all-purpose yards.

MEAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK OFFENSE - David Legree, Sr., QB, HAMPTON - Passed for 268 yards (27-39-1) and 2 TDs in win over Florida A&M. Also rushed for 23 yards on 9 carries. DEFENSE - Dominique Ellis, Sr., DB, SCSU - 9 tackles, 6 solos, 2 interceptions, 1 returned 55 yards for 4th quarter TD in win over B-CU. ROOKIE - Greg McGhee, Fr., QB, HOWARD - 22 of 29 for 248 yards, 3 TDs in comeback win over Morehouse. Also rushed for 46 yards. LINEMAN - Vincent Harper, So., OL, HAMPTON - 4 pancakes, 96% grade vs. FAMU. SPECIAL TEAMS - Taurean Durham, PK, HAMPTON - 3 field goals (23, 34, 25), 2 PATs vs. FAMU. Ryan Estep, PK, NSU - 3 field goals (39, 39, 40) in loss at West Virginia.

SIAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK OFFENSE Stanley Jennings, Sr., QB, ASU - 17 of 30 for 307 yards, 4 TDs in win over Wingate. DEFENSE Corey Robinson, Sr., LB, MILES - 15 tackles, 9 solos, 5 for losses, one sack and one forced fumble vs. Concordia. OFFENSIVE LINEMAN Darvel Nelson, Jr., OL, ASU NEWCOMER Ronnie Tubbs, Jr., WR, ASU - Hauled in 6 passes for 136 yards, 3 TDs in win over Wingate. SPECIAL TEAMS Cade Berryman, Fr., K, KSU - Nailed three field goals (26, 43, 39) and four PATs in win over Lincoln.

SWAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK DEFENSE Chris Townsend, r-So., DB, PVA&M - Led Panthers with 14 tackles, 9 solo, 4 for losses of 24 yards including a sack for -16 yards in win over TSU OFFENSE Dray Joseph, So., QB, SOUTHERN - Completed 18 of 27 passes for 308 yards and 3 TDs (72, 57 and 21 yards) in win over Alabama A&M. Also rushed nine times for 16 yards. SPECIAL TEAMS Jermaine Waddy, Sr., WR/KR, PV A&M - Returned kickoff 80 yard for TD vs. Texas Southern. NEWCOMER Tommy Gooden, So., RB, JSU - Five rushes for 67 yards including a 31-yard TD run, also had a reception for a 9-yard TD vs. Tenn. State.

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK OFFENSE Carlos Ross, Sr., RB, LANGSTON - Had 20 carries for 115 yards in win over Tuskegee, Travis James, WR/KR, TENN. STATE - Three receptions for 115 yards including 54-yard TD reception and returned four kickoffs for 111 yards including 66-yarder vs Jackson State. DEFENSE Rico Council, TENN. STATE - Led Tigers with 11 tackles, 7 solos, 2 for losses including one sack for -10 yards, and also had a forced fumble vs. Jackson State. SPECIAL TEAMS Dereck Butler, KR, LANGSTON - Returned kickoff 94 yards for a TD in win over Tuskegee. NEWCOMER Darrion Lewis, QB, LANGSTON - Completed 11 of 19 passes for 149 yards and 2 TDs (17 and 37 yards) in win over Tuskegee.

SCORES
September 8 Carson-Newman 56, Fayetteville State 7 Hampton 23, Florida A&M 17 Washburn 66, Lincoln 26 September 10 Albany State 49, Wingate 28 Appalachian State 58, NC A&T 6 Arkansas-Monticello 41, Texas College 0 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 27, Alcorn State 24 Bowie State 31, Benedict 14 Bowling Green 58, Morgan State 13 Brevard 38. J. C. Smith 35, OT Clark Atlanta 21, Lane 3 Delaware State 31, Shaw 27 Delta State 27, Fort Valley State 7 Eastern Michigan 14, Alabama State 7 Edward Waters 29, VU Lynchburg 21 Elizabeth City State 49, Livingstone 7 Howard 30, Morehouse 27 Jackson State 35, Tenn. State 29 Kentucky State 43, Lincoln (Pa.) 27 Langston 33, Tuskegee 19 La.-Monroe 35, Grambling State 7 Miles 13, Concordia-Selma 6 Murray State 39, Miss. Valley State 0 New Haven 50, St. Augustine's 14 N. C. Central 42, Central State 3 Prairie View A&M 37, Texas Southern 34 S. C. State 26, Bethune-Cookman 18 SE Louisiana 63, Savannah State 6 Samford 48, Stillman 6 Slippery Rock 54, Cheyney 0 Southern 21, Alabama A&M 6 UNC-Pembroke 49, Chowan 38 Virginia State 17, W. Va. State 14 West Virginia 55, Norfolk State 12 W-Salem State 67, Virginia Union 16

Tough dates on tap for top teams
LUT WILLIAMS
BCSP Editor

HOW THEY DID IT
– BCSP No. 2 South Carolina State 26, No. 1 Bethune-Cookman 18 South Carolina State (1-1, 1-0 MEAC) quarterback Derrick Wiley ran for 121 yards on 19 carries including a go-ahead 3-yard touchdown on fourth down with just under five minutes left as the No. 2 Bulldogs went into Daytona Beach and KO'ed No 1 Bethune-Cookman (1-1, 0-1). Wiley's score was set up by a 27-yard punt return by Darius Drummond to the B-CU 11. Drummond came up big, returning three punts for 89 yards, had a 48-yard kickoff return and 7 tackles on defense, two for losses. Three plays after Wiley's score, SCSU DB Dominique Ellis picked off B-CU QB Jamar Robinson and Wiley returned it 55 yards for a TD for the final margin. On its ensuing possession, B-CU drove to the SCSU 6 but was stopped on a fourthdown incompletion. Robinson completed 25 of 45 passes for 245 yards and two scores (44 and 12 yards) but was picked off four times. The Wildcats also lost one fumble. Wiley completed just 7 of 19 passes for 46 yards and was picked off twice. SCSU back-up QB Richard Cue also threw a pick but also connected with Tyler McDonald on a third-quarter 8-yard TD pass.. – No. 7 Hampton 23, No. 3 Florida A&M 17 BCSP No. 7 Hampton (1-1, 1-0 MEAC) got two passing touchdowns from QB David Legree (27-39-1, 268 yards) to WR Reginald Hicks (18 and 29 yards) and place kicker Taurean Durham converted field goals of 23, 34 and 25 yards in winning at home vs. No. 3 Florida A&M (1-1, 0-1). – Louisiana-Monroe 35, No. 4 Grambling State 7 Louisiana-Monroe limited No. 4 Grambling State (1-1, 1-0 SWAC W) to 144 yards of total offense while rolling up 454 yards in downing the G-Men. Grambling freshman QB D. J. Williams was 10 of 21 for 118 yards, threw two picks and hit Damian Jefferson from 20 yards out for the team's only score. – Prairie View A&M 37, No. 5 Texas Southern 34 Prairie View A&M scored the final 17 points of the game, the final three coming on redshirt freshman placekicker Christopher Barrick's 36-yard field goal with just :04 seconds left to give the Panthers (1-1, 1-0 SWAC W) a remarkable comeback win over cross-town SWAC rival Texas Southern (0-1, 0-1 SWAC W). After leading 14-13 at the half, TSU hit paydirt twice in the fourth quarter to go up 34-20. PV QB Jerry Lovelocke pulled the Panthers to within 34-27 on a 31-yard Barrick scoring run with 7:36 to play and then PV took advantage of two short punts by TSU punter Riko Smalls to pull out the win. PV followed a 7-yard Smalls' punt with a 64-yard drive to tie the score at 34 on Lovelocke's 15-yard pass to Greg Thurmond with 2:15 left. After being stopped after three plays on the ensuing possession, Smalls punted just 12 yards, from his 20 to the 32, setting up the game-winning field goal. TSU racked up 250 rushing yards led by RBs Marcus Wright (25 carries, 143 yards) and Martin Gilbert (21 carries, 95 yards, 3 TDs). TSU's special teams were involved in both PV first-half TDs. Jermaine Waddy returned a first quarter kickoff 80 yards for PV's first score. Later, Jacquez Polk returned a blocked TSU field goal attempt 85 yards to the TSU 1. Dwayne Stewart took it in from there – West Virginia 55, No. 6 Norfolk State 12 Norfolk State (1-1) converted four first-half field goals and led Div. I and Big East power West Virginia 12-10 at the half before the Mountaineers pulled away in the second half. The NSU defense held WVU to 102 rushing yards but surrendered 371 passing yards and four TDs to QB Geno Smith. NSU QB Chris Walley hit on 16 of 27 passes for 136 yards without a turnover and WR Xavier Boyce hauled in 8 catches for 100 yards. – No. 8 Winston-Salem State 67, Virginia Union 16 WSSU QB Kameron Smith (15-28-1) threw for 238 yards and four TDs as the Rams (2-0, 1-0 CIAA) built a 20-3 halftime lead and scored 34 unanswered third-quarter points to blow out Virginia Union (2-1, 0-1). WSSU RB Nicholas Cooper ran for 113 yards on just 12 carries and scored on runs of 3 and 15 yards. WR Dominique Fitzgerald had two scoring receptions (4 and 45 yards) and the Rams' defense got six turnovers (1 int., 5 fumbles) in the rout. WSSU back-up QB Jamie Degeare threw two fourthquarter TD passes. – Howard 30, No. 9 Morehouse 27 Howard (1-1) scored 21 straight second-half points to surge back from a 20-9 deficit and get past No. 9 Morehouse (1-1, 1-0 SIAC) in the first Nation's Football Classic at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. HU freshman QB Greg McGhee (22-29-1, 248 yards), threw three TD passes (39, 29, 23), two to wideout Willie Carter (7 rec., 87 yards), the latter that put the Bison up 23-20 with 12:54 left in the game. On Howard's next possession, RB Charles Bruce ran in from 17 yards out to complete a 7-play, 62-yard drive McGHEE Morehouse RB David Carter had 122 rushing yards on 10 carries including a 79-yard scoring scamper that put the Maroon Tigers up 20-9 early in the third quarter. After Bruce's score, Morehouse was unsuccessful on an onsides kick but held Howard on downs. On its final possession in the game's final minute, Morehouse got a 57-yard pass from QB Byron Ingram (14-31-2, 165 yards) to Derrick Hector (6 rec., 99 yards, 1 TD) to reach the HU 25 but advanced no further on two plays. – Eastern Michigan 14, No. 10 Alabama State 7 Alabama State (1-1, 1-0 SWAC) gave up 336 rushing yards but allowed only two touchdowns in falling at E. Michigan. – Jackson State 35, Tennessee State 29 Jackson State (2-0) got two second-half scoring passes from QB Casey Therriault (27-39-1, 337 yards, 3 TDs) and held Tennessee State (1-1) to a second half field goal and safety to come back from a 24-21 halftime deficit. JSU WR Marcell Wilder had five receptions for 114 yards including a 63-yard TD.
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Teams in the reshuffled BCSP Top Ten have some daunting match-ups this week. New BCSP No. 1 South Carolina State (11, 1-0 MEAC), fresh off its 26-18 win Saturday over last week's top team Bethune-Cookman, travels to Bloomington, Indiana to face Indiana University, its second date against a Div. I opponent in the young season. The SCSU/IU game will be carried live on the Big Ten TV Network at 3:30 p.m. Off its victory over B-CU, South Carolina State entered the Sports Network FCS Top 25 at No. 25 this week. While new BCSP No. 2 Bethune-Cookman has a week off, new BCSP No. 3 Hampton (2-0, 1-0 MEAC), who knocked off former BCSP No. 3 Florida A&M 23-17 at home last Thursday, stays local as it travels to nearby Norfolk, Va.
BCSP TOP TEN
1. SOUTH CAROLINA STATE (1-1) - Knocked off No. 1 Bethune-Cookman, 26-18. NEXT: At Indiana. 2. BETHUNE-COOKMAN (1-1) - Knocked from No. 1 by No. 2 SC State, 26-18. NEXT: Idle. 3. HAMPTON (2-0) - Beat Florida A&M, 23-17. NEXT: At Old Dominion. 4. GRAMBLING STATE (1-1) - Fell to Louisiana-Monroe, 35-7. NEXT: At No. 7 Alabama State. 5. NORFOLK STATE (1-1) - Blown out in second half by West Virginia of Big East, 55-12. NEXT: At Howard. 6. WINSTON-SALEM STATE (2-0) - Walloped Virginia Union, 67-16. NEXT: At Chowan. 7. FLORIDA A&M (1-1) - Loss at Hampton Thursday, 23-17. NEXT: At South Florida. 8. ALABAMA STATE (1-1) - Made gallant stand at Eastern Michigan, losing only 14-7. NEXT: Hosting No. 4 Grambling State. 9. JACKSON STATE (2-0) - Beat Tennessee State in Memphis, 35-29. NEXT: At Southern. 10. ALBANY STATE (2-0) - Defeated Wingate, 49-28. NEXT: Hosting Valdosta State.

to face Old Dominion at Foreman Field in a 6 p.m. start. The Monarchs, new members of the tough Colonial Athletic Association (CAA), are undefeated at 2-0. No. 4 Grambling State (1-1, 1-0 SWAC), coming off a 35-7 loss at Louisiana-Monroe, travels to Montgomery, Ala. to face defending SWAC East Division champ and current BCSP No. 8 Alabama State (1-1, 1-0 SWAC) under the lights at 7 p.m. The Hornets played valiantly before losing at Central Michigan, 14-7. No. 5 Norfolk State (1-1), who battled Big East member West Virginia on even terms for a half last week, travels to Washington, D.C. to face Howard (1-1) in the first MEAC game for both schools. Howard behind freshman quarterback Greg McGhee came back to get its first win, 30-27 last week in the Nation's Football Classic against former BCSP No. 9 Morehouse. In a CIAA match-up, undefeated No. 6 Winston-Salem State (2-0, 1-0 CIAA), who thrashed Virginia Union 67-16 to knock the Panthers from the unbeaten ranks last week, visits Chowan (1-1). No. 7 Florida A&M (1-1, 0-1 MEAC) has a tough date in Tampa vs. Div. I South Florida. Jackson State (2-0), who enters the BCSP Top Ten for the first time this year at No. 9, goes to Baton Rouge, La. to face Southern (1-1, 1-0 SWAC). JSU got by Tennessee State 35-29 at last week's Southern Heritage Classic in Memphis. The Jaguars are coming off an impressive 21-6 victory over Alabama A&M. Defending SIAC and BCSP national champion Albany State (2-0), who got a big 49-28 win over 2010 Div. II playoff participant Wingate Saturday and enters the BCSP Top Ten at No. 10, hosts Valdosta State Saturday at 7 p.m. Albany State is ranked sixth nationally in this week's AFCA Div. II coaches poll while

GAMES THIS WEEK THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 Comcast Sports Southeast West Georgia vs. Miles in Carrollton, GA

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 Edinboro vs. Cheyney in Edinboro, PA 1p Howard vs. Norfolk State in Washington, DC 1p Va. Univ of Lynchburg vs. Louisburg in Lynchburg, VA 1p Mo. Western State vs. Langston in St. Joseph, MO 11a Lane vs. Point University in Jackson, TN 2p Lincoln (MO) vs. NW Missouri State in Jefferson City, MO 2p Alcorn State vs. Miss Valley State in Alcorn State, MS 4p Johnson C. Smith vs. Virginia State in Charlotte, NC 4p Morgan State vs. Robert Morris in Baltimore, MD 4p Concordia-Selma vs. New Orleans in Selma, AL 5p Alabama A&M vs. Tuskegee in Huntsville, AL 6p Murray State vs. Tennessee State in Murray, KY 6p Prairie View A&M vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff in Prairie View, TX 6p Texas Southern vs. Texas College in Houston, TX 6p Appalachian State vs. Savannah State in Boone, NC 6p Chowan vs. Winston-Salem State in Murfreesboro, NC 6p Clark Atlanta vs. Fort Valley State in Atlanta, GA 6p Delaware vs. Delaware State in Newark, DE 6p Fayetteville State vs. Elizabeth City State in Fayetteville, NC 6p Lincoln (PA) vs. Virginia Union in Lincoln University, PA 6p NC Central vs. Elon in Durham, NC 6p Old Dominion vs. Hampton in Norfolk, VA 6p Alabama State vs. Grambling State in Montgomery, AL 7p West Alabama vs. Central State in Livingston,AL 7p Albany State vs. Valdosta State v Albany, GA 7p Kentucky State vs. Stillman in Frankfort, KY 7p Morehouse vs. Edward Waters in Atlanta, GA 7p HOMECOMING Bowie State vs. Livingstone in Bowie, MD 1p TV / INTENET BROADCASTS Big Ten Network Indiana vs. SC State in Bloomington, IN 3:30p SWAC-TV Southern vs. Jackson State in Baton Rouge, LA 6p Bright House Sports Network (local cable) South Florida vs. Florida A&M in Tampa, FL 7p CLASSIC GAMES SCHBCU Classic Benedict vs. Shaw in Columbia, SC 5p

Valdosta State is ranked 12th. QB Stanley Jennings threw for 307 yards and 4 TDs last week.

BCSP Notes
CBS Sports Network is to present this month, 1st and Goal in the Bronx: Grambling vs. Morgan State 1968, a documentary about the monumental game played between Grambling and Morgan State, the first historically black college football game played in New York City. The one-hour documentary airs on Wednesday, Sept. 28 (7:00 p.m., ET), exactly 43 years after the game was played at Yankee Stadium in front of more than 60,000 fans. Actor Keith David narrates the program. A clip from the documentary can be viewed via: http://bit.ly/ oJEkYz Through the lens of this historic game, this documentary explores the history of black college football and its struggles in segregated America, as well as the political and cultural sub-text surrounding this match-up. The show features numerous interviews with players from Grambling and Morgan State including James "Shack" Harris and Raymond Chester, as well as current Grambling coach Doug Williams, Willie Brown, Willie Lanier, Eddie Robinson's widow Doris Robinson and veteran sports columnist Jerry Izenberg, among others. Overall, 31 players involved in the game were drafted to the NFL or AFL. The game has been played every year since 1968 and officially became the New York Urban League Classic in 1971, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. The New York Urban League Classic was played at Yankee Stadium until 1987, when it moved to the Meadowlands. Alexis Arguello and Brian Davis are the producers

Historic game captured in documentary

Two added to NFL roster

Former Hampton safety Ricardo Silva (#39) and former Alcorn State wide receiver Nate Hughes (#86), were inadvertently left off the list of black college players SILVA on opening day 2011 NFL rosters published in the BCSP last week. Silva, an undrafted rookie, and Hughes a three-year veteran, both made the practice squad of the NFC's Detroit Lions which was unavailable last week at press time. Their addition brings the total of black college players in the league to 44, three more than a year ago. There are now 26 black college players in the NFC, 18 in the AFC. Silva raised the total of players from the Mid Eastern HUGHES Athletic Conference to 18, tops among the four black college conferences and one more than last season. Silva is also Hampton's fifth player in the league, tops among black college alumni. Silva is the 15th defensive back from a black college team, the position most occupied by black college players. Hughes joins Green Bay veteran wide receiver Donald Driver as the only Alcorn State alums in the league and brings the total of Southwestern Athletic Conference alums to 12, two more than last year. He brings the total of receivers (WR or TE) to 7, third most behind defensive backs (15) and defensive linemen (8).

2 0 1 1 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) SCHEDULES
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E. DIVISION Miss. Valley St. Jackson State Alabama State Alabama A&M Alcorn State W. DIVISION Prairie View A&M Southern Texas Southern Grambling State Ark. Pine Bluff

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Savannah State @ B-Cookman SC State vs. Ohio Hampton vs. Stetson Morgan State vs. Eastern Michigan UMEC vs. Bryant Norfolk State vs. N. C. A&T NC Central vs. WInthrop Delaware State vs. C. Conn. State SC State vs. Presbyterian

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Friday, Sept. 16 Grambling @ ULM Texas Southern @ SE Louisiana Southern @ Lamar Miss. Valley State @ Nicholls State Jackson State @ Jacksonville State Ark. Pine Bluff @ Harding Alabama A&M @ Chattanooga Prairie View @ UTSA

MEAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK PLAYER Krysta Gardner, Jr., OH, B-CU - Led team to 2-1 week with 64 total kills, 38 digs. Vs. Wofford, had MEAC season-high 28 kills and got her fourth double-double with 14 digs. ROOKIE Saitaua Iosia, Fr., OH, UMES - Guided team to 2-1 week with 50 kills, 37 digs and 6 blocks in three matches. Vs. Harvard, hit 34% from the floor with 14 kills and 10 digs.

SIAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK PLAYER Jamila McKinnis, OH, STILLMAN - Recorded 65 kills in five matches with .223 hitting percentage. Also had 48 assists, 47 digs, 9 blocks and 9 aces. SETTER Camachio Marris, PAINE - 44 assists in 3 matches, 4.4 assists per set. Had 15 kills, 2 aces in 3-0 week. DEFENSE Janae' Kearse, PAINE - 34 digs, 8 aces in 3 matches.

SWAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK OFFENSE Karensa Beckford, Jr., OH, AA&M - 64 kills, 17 digs in four games. 25 kills vs. SE Louisiana. DEFENSE Roselande Cornielle, Jr., DS, ALABAMA STATE - 32 digs, 18 kills, 4 blocks, 8 assists, 1 ace in tournament. NEWCOMER Maya Bell, Fr., OH, ALABAMA STATE - Led Lady Hornets with 48 kills. Had 17 aces, 8 in 3-0 win over Claflin.