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Amos 5

24 But let judgment run down as waters, and righteousness as a mighty stream.

I have a former neighbor who is a orofessor at Cookman.  She is retiring in June.  I visited her a few years ago and got a tour of the campus.  I was shocked at the physical co dition of the campus, i.e., cafeteria, classroom and dorms were awful.  I have a friend who is an alumn of BCU
  She questioned the BOT about finances and was called Satan and the devil and accused of tearing down the school.  She is a big financial giver. What Reed did was unprofessional  but, my question is, would you send your child there @ 30k a year?

There is a battle between the alumni and the Board of Trustees.

I think Florida just wanted to get out of the commitment.  There may be something else.

Sports Forum / Re: Watch for these HBCU players in 2023 NFL draft
« on: January 27, 2023, 05:45:32 AM »
Pittman’s Pocket: Could HBCU schools finish with 6-8 players drafted in 2023?

Jadakis Bonds Hampton Wide Receiver
Aubrey Miller Jackson State Linebacker
Nelson Jordan Alabama State D Linemen
Isaiah Land FAMU Pass Rusher
Keenan Isaac Alabama State Cornerback
CJ Bolar Alcorn State Wide Receiver
Mark Evans UAPB Offensive line
Cameron Covin FAMU Offensive line
Brandon Gaddy Alabama State D line
Xavier Smith FAMU Wide Receiver

There are many others that could make an immediate impact as well. Guys like Shaq Davis from South Carolina State, Joshua Pryor from Bowie State, and Andrew Farmer from Lane to add a few more.

I thought one of the SWAC teams played ND recently? I can't remember which team

Was it MVSU? I know the HBCU NCA&T played them recently.

A&T is the only hbcu to play them in football so far.
The Aggies lost 43-3.

FYI:   A&T is at UAB on Aug. 31st this year!

Man, I could have sworn that MVSU played them one season,,,,,,

Sports Forum / Re: Five MEAC MBB's teams are tied for first place
« on: January 24, 2023, 05:25:10 AM »
Now there are three teams: Maryland Eastern Shore, Howard, and Morgan State.

University of Tennessee, Knoxville –  UTennesse’s flagship campus experienced a mold outbreak in fall, 2018. Dorms were closed and over 600 students were evacuated to temporary housing.

State University of New York, Old Westbury– Mold was discovered spreading through college dorms in October, 2018 causing campus-wide remediation.

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia – Over 100 dorms in the Quad were found to contain mold, forcing student relocation in October, 2018.

University of Maryland, College Park – Hundreds of students reporting mold problems in UMCP dorms in September, 2018 were moved into nearby hotels. UMCP hired mold specialists, installed dehumidifiers and inspected and cleaned dorm rooms.

Indiana University, Bloomington – Students living in freshman dorms reported health problems due to an outbreak of mold in several dorms in fall, 2018.  More than 150 students living in freshman dorms were moved in to temporary housing. Students complained that IU was not doing enough to resolve the problem and was providing misleading information. On November 1, 2018, seven students filed a “class action” (for themselves and on behalf of similarly situated students) lawsuit alleging that Indiana University breached its residential contract with students. The litigation is pending.

Sports Forum / Re: HBCU Basketball 1/23/23
« on: January 23, 2023, 10:29:42 PM »
Maryland Eastern Shore 4-1
Morgan State 4-1
Howard 4-1
NC Central 3-2
Norfolk State 3-2

Classic CIAA action

Sports Forum / Re: CIAA Standings Jan 22nd
« on: January 22, 2023, 08:51:01 PM »

Lincoln (PA)   3-0,   8-1
Bowie State   2-1,   6-3
Elizabeth City State   1-2,   5-4
Shaw   2-1,   4-4
Virginia State   1-2,   4-5
Virginia Union   0-3,   2-6

Fayetteville State   2-1,   7-2
Winston-Salem State   2-1,   6-3
Johnson C. Smith   2-1,   3-5
Claflin   0-3,   3-6
St. Augustine's   1-2,   2-6
Livingstone   2-1,   2-7

Sports Forum / CIAA Standings Jan 22nd
« on: January 22, 2023, 08:38:09 PM »

Virginia Union   3-0,   6-2   
Virginia State   1-2,   6-2   
Shaw           1-2,   4-4   
Lincoln (PA)   1-2,   4-5
Elizabeth City State   2-1,   3-6
Bowie State   1-2,   3-6

Claflin   2-1,   6-3   
Fayetteville State   2-1,   6-3   
Winston-Salem State   2-1,   5-4
Livingstone   1-2,   4-4
Johnson C. Smith   2-1,   2-6
St. Augustine's   0-3,   2-6

Sports Forum / This Young Man Would be a Great Addition to Any Team
« on: January 19, 2023, 03:25:15 PM »
Janhri Luckey

Thomasville High School - Boys' Varsity Basketball and Football

Thomasville, NC

NSU Spartan Legion's 'Chief' Emery Fears passes away at the age of 97

NSU Athletics Foundation Hall of Fame member Emery Fears died on January 12. He was 97 years old. Fears, affectionately known as "Chief," was NSU's Director of Bands from 1974 until his retirement in 1991, and was the first to coin the term "Spartan Legion".

Sports Forum / Re: Watch for these HBCU players in 2023 NFL draft
« on: January 18, 2023, 06:28:28 PM »
Is the writer of that article aware of what is going on with these  player?

I have no clue.

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