News: In case some of you have forgotten, please go back and read the agreement you signed before registering on this board.   Continuous attacks on an individual, including revealing who you think a person is or sending Private Messages with threats and attacks, are grounds for removal from the registration listing.  If you can't be civil, go someplace else. Don't discredit your education by showing your "thug" personality.

Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.

Topics - BIG GRAY

Pages: [1] 2
Sports Forum / MEAC Men's BASKETBALL ESPN Schedule
« on: October 23, 2019, 11:52:56 PM »
The slate tips off on Monday, Jan. 27, when 2018-19 MEAC regular-season champion Norfolk State plays host to Florida A&M at 7 p.m. on ESPNU. Norfolk State will then head to Durham, N.C. to take on defending MEAC Tournament champion North Carolina Central on ESPNU on Monday, Feb. 3 at 7 p.m.

North Carolina Central will travel to Greensboro, N.C. to face rival North Carolina A&T State on Monday, Feb. 17 at 7 p.m. on ESPNU.
North Carolina A&T State will then head to Durham, N.C. to take on North Carolina Central on Thursday, March 5 to end the regular season in the last ESPNU telecast. That game will also tip off at 7 p.m.


Sports Forum / NCCU's Raasean Davis at NBA Workouts
« on: May 28, 2019, 08:51:16 PM »

Raasean Davis has spent the last two seasons bullying big men in the MEAC.

Now the North Carolina Central big man is looking to show that he can compete on the next level. Davis worked out with the Charlotte Hornets on Sunday and is set to work out with the Washington Wizards early next month.

Sports Forum / NCCU wins THIRD Straight MEAC BB Tourney
« on: March 17, 2019, 01:46:18 PM »

NCCU wins third straight MEAC Tourney title & NCAA Bid

By: Associated Press Russ Bradley

Posted: Mar 16, 2019 06:02 PM EDT

Updated: Mar 16, 2019 06:36 PM EDT

Courtesy: NCCU Athletics

NORFOLK, Va. (AP/WNCN) — North Carolina Central got no style points in winning its third consecutive Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference championship. Coach LeVelle Moton figured in advance that that might be the case: In a regular season meeting, Norfolk State beat the Eagles in overtime.

"Typical championship game," Moton said after his team's 50-47 victory against top-seeded Norfolk State on Saturday. "We knew we were going to be in for a dogfight. ... This is what we do it for, man."

For NCCU, it's the first time in school history the Eagles have secured three straight NCAA Tournament bids. The Eagles also became the first MEAC team to win three straight tournament titles since North Carolina A&T won seven straight from 1982-88.


N.C. Central: will await its NCAA Tournament destination.

Norfolk State: will play in the NIT as league regular-season champions.


Sports Forum / NCCU Releases 2019 Football Schedule
« on: February 07, 2019, 12:33:22 AM »
NCCU 2019 Football Schedule:

Aug 31 (Sat) TBA
Austin Peay
Clarksville, TN

Sep 7 (Sat) TBA
Towson, MD

Sep 14 (Sat) TBA
Boiling Springs, NC

Sep 21 (Sat) 4:00 pm
Elizabeth City State
Durham, NC O'Kelly-Riddick Stadium

Sep 28 (Sat) TBA
Morgan State
Baltimore, MD

Oct 5 (Sat) TBA
Florida A&M
Tallahassee, FL

Oct 12 (Sat) 2:00 pm
Durham, NC O'Kelly-Riddick Stadium

Live Stats
Oct 26 (Sat) 2:00 pm
Delaware State
Durham, NC O'Kelly-Riddick Stadium

Nov 2 (Sat) TBA
Howard University
Washington, DC

 Nov 9 (Sat) 2:00 pm
Norfolk State University
Durham, NC O'Kelly-Riddick Stadium
Nov 16 (Sat) 2:00 pm
S.C. State
Senior Day
Durham, NC O'Kelly-Riddick Stadium

Nov 23 (Sat) 1:00 pm
N.C. A&T
Greensboro, NC


Sports Forum / NCCU vs PVAMU MEAC/SWAC Challenge POLL
« on: August 31, 2018, 01:27:41 AM »


North Carolina Central University "Eagles"


Prairie View A&M University "Panthers"

Sunday, September 2, 2018 – Kickoff at 12:00 p.m.

Georgia State Stadium (25,000 capacity/FieldTurf) - Atlanta, Ga.

N.C. Central (0-0 overall, 0-0 MEAC); Prairie View A&M (0-1 overall, 0-0 SWAC)

Audio: NCCU Sports Network "GameCentral" at (internet stream). Broadcast starts at 11:40 a.m. (Jonathan Duren, play-by-play).
Video: ESPN2 (Tiffany Greene, Jay Walker and Olivia Harlan)

• North Carolina Central University is under the direction of first-year head coach Granville Eastman, who accepted the interim role after Jerry Mack left to be the offensive coordinator at Rice.
• This is NCCU's first appearance in the MEAC/SWAC Challenge and the Eagles first gridiron meeting against Prairie View A&M University.
• NCCU received votes in the STATS FCS Top 25 preseason poll, after finishing last season with a 7-4 overall record.
• NCCU senior safety Davanta Reynolds is the Preseason MEAC Defensive Player of the Year and a member of the STATS FCS Preseason All-America Team (Second Team) after recording six interceptions to tie for second among NCAA Division I-FCS leaders last year.
• In 2017, NCCU's defense ranked second in NCAA Division I-FCS and topped the MEAC in third-down conversion percentage defense (24.5 percent).
• Since the start of the 2012 season, NCCU has scored 36 touchdowns on defense and special teams, including three defensive scores last year.
• NCCU returns just nine starters (6 offense, 3 defense), but boasts nine members of the Preseason All-MEAC Team: First Team - DB Davanta Reynolds, RB Isaiah Totten, OL Nick Leverett, DL Kawuan Cox; Second Team - TE Josh McCoy, OL Andrew Dale, DL Randy Anyanwu; Third Team - WR Xavier McKoy, and DB De'Mario Evans.


TOP 25 best HBCU's according to the Consensus rankings

Sports Forum / MEAC SCORES Jan. 8
« on: January 08, 2018, 09:57:13 PM »
NSU  63


Sports Forum / TV Ratings for 2017 Celebration Bowl Lower than last year
« on: December 19, 2017, 10:44:50 PM »
An exciting Celebration Bowl between the two best teams in HBCU football that wasn't decided until the final minute of the fourth quarter didn't draw as many viewers as the previous editions of the game and only about 16,000 at the game.

FROM:Kenn Rashad

Read more:

Sports Forum / EAGLE/AGGIE Giving Challenge leading to the GAME on 11/18/17
« on: November 02, 2017, 08:07:54 AM »
"Aggie/Eagle Giving Challenge" from Nov. 1-17


EAGLE NATION!                                                                                      GIVE NOW
For the first time ever, our North Carolina Central University Eagles and the Aggies of North Carolina A&T will take the rivalry off the field to see who can raise the most support for their institution.
From November 1st to November 18th, the "NC A&T vs NCCU Giving Challenge" will provide an opportunity for fans to raise scholarship support for their respective schools.  All contributions will go directly to support Athletic Scholarships, the NCCU General Scholarship Fund and the NCCU Sound Machine.
We are challenging all NCCU alumni, fans and friends to make a gift of any size to prove that OUR EAGLES GIVE! Every gift, no matter the size, makes a difference and directly impacts NCCU students.  For more information, please call 919-530-6721.
You can follow all of the challenge action by visiting, on Instagram at nccuathletics_fancentral, or on Facebook at North Carolina Central University Department of Athletics.  To impact the lives of the NCCU students today, make your contribution to the NC A&T vs. NCCU GIVING CHALLENGE go to and select "Aggie Eagle Giving Challenge" in the drop down menu.

Sports Forum / NCCU comes from Behind to beat SCSU
« on: September 22, 2017, 12:50:43 AM »

N.C. Central comes from behind to defeat South Carolina State
By Jonas Pope IV

September 21, 2017 10:58 PM
Two different quarterbacks led North Carolina Central on scoring drives in the fourth quarter to spark a 14-point comeback, as the Eagles defeated South Carolina State 33-28 to improve to 1-0 in MEAC play.
Naiil Ramadan, in his first action of the season, came on for an injured Chauncey Caldwell, threw a touchdown pass to Jacen Murphy in the fourth quarter to pull N.C. Central (2-1, 1-0) to within two, 28-26, with 8:10 remaining. On the next drive Caldwell returned and took just two plays to hit a wide-open Josh McCoy for a 38-yard touchdown, the second of the game for Caldwell.
N.C. Central’s defense held the Bulldogs to one score in the second half, after spotting the MEAC foes a 21-7 lead early in the second quarter.

N.C. Central’s defense struck first on the opening drive of the game. South Carolina State used eight plays to get into scoring territory and on second-and-5, the Bulldogs ran an option play to the short side of the field. Eagles junior safety Davanta Reynolds forced a fumble, picked it up and raced 85 yards for the score. It was the second forced turnover in as many games for Reynolds, who had an interception two weeks ago against Shaw.
For a while that was the only good break for N.C. Central. Special teams play, particularly, was an issue for the Eagles. N.C. Central punted the ball to the Bulldogs on its second drive, but Jabari Nelson ran into Tra’Quan Dubose and was ejected for targeting. It only took SCSU three plays to make N.C. Central pay. Bulldogs quarterback Dewann Ford Jr. hit Kendall Cobb for a 20-yard score, tying the score at 7.

In the second quarter a blocked punt by SCSU linebacker Chad Gilchrist gave the Bulldogs the football on the NCCU 23. Ford capped that drive off with a 8-yard touchdown run. On the next drive, Ford found Quan Caldwell for a 26-yard touchdown giving SCSU a 21-7 lead.
Chauncey Caldwell took over at quarterback for NCCU late in the second quarter, giving sudden life to the Eagles offense. The true freshman from Durham led NCCU on a 9-play, 76-yard scoring drive. The Eagles didn’t record a first down on their previous three drives, but picked up five on the scoring drive. Caldwell ended the drive with a 27-yard pass to Jordan Fieulleteau to make it 21-14 in favor of SCSU at the break. N.C. Central’s touchdown was the first scored on the Bulldogs’ defense in seven quarters.
Eagles’ kicker Aedon Johnson connected on a pair of field goals in the third quarter (35, 45 yards) to pull N.C. Central to within one, 21-20. Johnson’s second field goal was set up when Eagles’ defensive end Randy Anyanwu forced a fumble that was recovered by Antonio Brown on the 28.
N.C. Central forced a three-and-out on South Carolina State’s first two drives of the fourth quarter after the Bulldogs moved the ball at will in the first half. The Bulldogs totaled 175 yards on their first five possessions, but only picked up 6 yards on first two drives after the break.
Jonas Pope IV: 919-419-7001, @JEPopeIV

Sports Forum / GAME NOTES: NCCU vs SCSU ESPNU 9/21/17
« on: September 19, 2017, 11:33:25 PM »
North Carolina Central University Athletics:

GAME NOTES: #NCCU football Hosts SC State on Thursday Night
Posted: 9/19/2017 12:36:00 PM
Complete Game Notes as PDF   |   VIDEO: Press Conference with Jerry Mack   
THE GAME                                                                                                                    
South Carolina State University "Bulldogs" vs. North Carolina Central University "Eagles"
THE KICKOFF                                                                                                                  
Thursday, September 21, 2017 – Kickoff at 7:30 p.m.
THE SITE                                                                                                                          
O'Kelly-Riddick Stadium (10,000 capacity/Mondoturf) - Durham, N.C.
THE RECORDS                                                                                                                
S.C. State (1-1 overall, 0-0 MEAC); N.C. Central (1-1 overall, 0-0 MEAC)
MEDIA COVERAGE                                                                                                         
Audio: NCCU Sports Network "GameCentral" at (internet stream). Broadcast starts at 7:10 p.m. (Jonathan Duren, play-by-play; Joe Simmons, analyst).
TV/Video: ESPNU/WatchESPN (Eric Clemons, play-by-play; Jay Walker, analyst)
QUICK HITS                                                                                                                     
•   Thursday will be the 23rd football meeting between S.C. State and NCCU since the two schools first played on Oct. 15, 1927. SCSU leads the series 12-10.
•   The last time the Bulldogs came to Durham (Oct. 10, 2013), S.C. State beat the Eagles 44-3 in a Thursday night ESPNU contest.
•   NCCU won the last meeting with S.C. State 48-35 at Orangeburg in 2014.
•   Both NCCU and S.C. State are coming off 41-0 victories over CIAA teams. The Eagles blanked Shaw on Sept. 9, while the Bulldogs shut out Johnson C. Smith on Sept. 16.
•   NCCU owns a 21-3 record against MEAC opponents in the last three seasons under head coach Jerry Mack, including a 3-0 mark against rival NC A&T.
•   NCCU has won 15 consecutive conference games and nine straight home games.
•   Fourth-year head coach Jerry Mack captured conference titles in each of his first three seasons at NCCU, and became the first head coach in school history to win 24 games in his first three years.
•   Of NCCU's league-high 17 all-conference selections in 2016, all six of the Eagles' First Team All-MEAC honorees have moved on, as well as three Second Team All-MEAC picks.

Sports Forum / NCCU New Women's BB Coach
« on: May 08, 2017, 12:15:11 PM »
Coach Trisha Stafford-Odom - welcome to the Eagle Nation!

"The former Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) player and collegiate hall of fame inductee returns to The Triangle to continue her head coaching career after last coaching three seasons at Concordia University Irvine from 2013-2016. Prior to that, Stafford-Odom was a successful assistant coach for four seasons with both the UNC Tar Heels and Duke Blue Devils. She began her collegiate coaching career as an assistant for the UCLA Bruins."

Pages: [1] 2


Powered by EzPortal