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Sports Forum / Re: FAMU looks for replacement for OBC as Albany State
« on: July 10, 2020, 09:06:21 PM »
Can somebody explain why FAMU is doing all this hustling to replace games?

Wondering the same because I believe that the plug is going to be pulled on fall sports across the board. The push now should be on building up for the 2021 season.
Yeah man it just doesn't make any sense. The best option would be to attempt to just play your conference games and hope to get a few in. So if the season is suspended you may be able to restart in the spring and it not be as long.

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Sports Forum / The culture just may be finally waking up.
« on: July 10, 2020, 07:33:45 PM »
If this starts now. Just think what it's going to be like when the SWAC goes full FBS.

https://twitter.com/Coach_J_Walk/status/1281349300203728898?s=09

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Oh but it's harmless, just send your children to school packed inside a classroom like a bunch of animals waiting to be slaughtered


https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2020-election/trump-camp-eyes-course-correction-rallies-we-can-t-have-n1233387?cid=eml_nbn_20200710

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Sports Forum / FAMU looks for replacement for OBC as Albany State
« on: July 10, 2020, 01:30:40 PM »
Can somebody explain why FAMU is doing all this hustling to replace games? Them and JSU are looking real thirsty right now.

FAMU looks for replacement for OBC as Albany State cancels all fall sports amid COVID-19

The Orange Blossom Classic at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens currently remains on the docket for Labor Day weekend. However, the gameday programs and ticketing information have to be revised. 

Florida A&M is still confirmed for its appearance in the game. The previously scheduled squad, Albany State, is no longer listed as the opposition.

https://www.tallahassee.com/story/sports/college/famu/2020/07/10/famu-amend-schedule-albany-st-cancels-fall-sports-due-covid-19/5411665002/

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Funny how all these Schools are making the best financial decision to help their long term vision
The one thing they all have in common is they aren't giving up their culture and history to do it. And they never will.

Never knew moving conferences makes us lose our land grant status. Or it takes away the fact that we are a HBCU. Our changes the history of being a leader. Interesting thoughts
Well you're about to find out

Lol can't wait to see it. We join Big South July 1, 2021.... So how long till we lose our 1890 land grant status and not considered a HBCU no more. Oct, Dec , 2022 , 2023..... Help me out here.

Tennessee State is a land grant HBCU and has been in a non HBCU conference since 1986. They still are a HBCU and have land grant status. That was 34 years and counting. So when do they lose theirs? Would that be the timetable for when A&T will lose ours
Now you know I was speaking metaphorically since you wanted to talk crazy.  Funny you should bring up TnST.  I mean real fuuny. Especially since the only thing that they've been able to accomplish since joining the OVC. Is being the automatic pre-season pick to be the top hbcu each season solely because they play in a Pwi  conference. 35 years and running and they have failed miserably. Even with the OVC handing them out welfare, and allowing them to play an atlotted number of hbcus and one less conference game then everyone else.  Without it counting against them.  If that's your gold standard then God bless you.

No i didn't know you were spoeak metaphorically? You said just like Ram55 that we are going to no longer be a HBCU and lose our 1890 land grant status. Just asking questions seeing that your more knowledgable on the subject.

They won the OVC in 98 and 99. Were the #1 ranked FCS team in 1999. Made playoffs and won a game in 2013.

I don't know what they get from the OVC but i have never seen them cry broke nor have APR issues. Players are competing and graduating
Actually  I said "  Well you're about to learn"  ^^^^^^^^^^^

Correct which imples you know what's coming due to experience. Hence why i provided the TSU example and was asking why haven't they recieved the same gloom you say that is coming to A&T.
Well I take it you know now after my reply. They're already dead. You can't re-kill a walking zombie

How is TSU dead? They particiate in 2 of the better classics in HBCU football, John Merritt And Southern Heritage. This more based in personal opinion than facts
Oh so now A&T is moving to the BS to participate in Classics? TnST is holding on by a string, and when the SWAC moves to the FBS and they aren't in they are done.  Hell truth be told. The move to get both FAMU and BCCU just about has done then in.  We won't need to place a bunch of classic games outside our conference anymore. Not to mention there will probably be an uptick in FBS games. As far as them playing  two of the top classics.  Avg. a little over 14k a game doesn't make having two of the top classic. But as usual even though you're heading out. You still got that meac dna and fabricating comes real easy

A&T moves is about Olympic Sports travel Savings and a desrie to go to FCS playoffs

Southern Heritage Classic 2019 Attendance 48,347

John Merrit Classic 2019 Attendance 13,458
Lol... What the hell you posting the classic number prove? That I was wrong at avg just a little over 14k in one game "ISN'T" two of the biggest classics?

Was 1 for 2. But like you say TNSU aint S#@! so ehhh
No not really.  What does playing in a classic do for their winning % in the OVC?



Considering the horrible OOC record for SWAC schools in FCS basically nothing. Probably makes them think they are better than they are and then get their but whipped in the OVC.
You people are so much like your masters (I'm dead serious ). As soon as you get confronted with the flaw in your beliefs you try to throw shades under handedly about something that has absolutely nothing to do with the claim you made. And just like them you cling to a lie you've been telling so long, that you've actually convinced yourself that it's  true.  Not my fault you thought you were playing chest and found out the chest master actually had you playing checkers. 

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Funny how all these Schools are making the best financial decision to help their long term vision
The one thing they all have in common is they aren't giving up their culture and history to do it. And they never will.

Never knew moving conferences makes us lose our land grant status. Or it takes away the fact that we are a HBCU. Our changes the history of being a leader. Interesting thoughts
Well you're about to find out

Lol can't wait to see it. We join Big South July 1, 2021.... So how long till we lose our 1890 land grant status and not considered a HBCU no more. Oct, Dec , 2022 , 2023..... Help me out here.

Tennessee State is a land grant HBCU and has been in a non HBCU conference since 1986. They still are a HBCU and have land grant status. That was 34 years and counting. So when do they lose theirs? Would that be the timetable for when A&T will lose ours
Now you know I was speaking metaphorically since you wanted to talk crazy.  Funny you should bring up TnST.  I mean real fuuny. Especially since the only thing that they've been able to accomplish since joining the OVC. Is being the automatic pre-season pick to be the top hbcu each season solely because they play in a Pwi  conference. 35 years and running and they have failed miserably. Even with the OVC handing them out welfare, and allowing them to play an atlotted number of hbcus and one less conference game then everyone else.  Without it counting against them.  If that's your gold standard then God bless you.

No i didn't know you were spoeak metaphorically? You said just like Ram55 that we are going to no longer be a HBCU and lose our 1890 land grant status. Just asking questions seeing that your more knowledgable on the subject.

They won the OVC in 98 and 99. Were the #1 ranked FCS team in 1999. Made playoffs and won a game in 2013.

I don't know what they get from the OVC but i have never seen them cry broke nor have APR issues. Players are competing and graduating
Actually  I said "  Well you're about to learn"  ^^^^^^^^^^^

Correct which imples you know what's coming due to experience. Hence why i provided the TSU example and was asking why haven't they recieved the same gloom you say that is coming to A&T.
Well I take it you know now after my reply. They're already dead. You can't re-kill a walking zombie

How is TSU dead? They particiate in 2 of the better classics in HBCU football, John Merritt And Southern Heritage. This more based in personal opinion than facts
Oh so now A&T is moving to the BS to participate in Classics? TnST is holding on by a string, and when the SWAC moves to the FBS and they aren't in they are done.  Hell truth be told. The move to get both FAMU and BCCU just about has done then in.  We won't need to place a bunch of classic games outside our conference anymore. Not to mention there will probably be an uptick in FBS games. As far as them playing  two of the top classics.  Avg. a little over 14k a game doesn't make having two of the top classic. But as usual even though you're heading out. You still got that meac dna and fabricating comes real easy

A&T moves is about Olympic Sports travel Savings and a desrie to go to FCS playoffs

Southern Heritage Classic 2019 Attendance 48,347

John Merrit Classic 2019 Attendance 13,458
Lol... What the hell you posting the classic number prove? That I was wrong at avg just a little over 14k in one game "ISN'T" two of the biggest classics?

Was 1 for 2. But like you say TNSU aint S#@! so ehhh
AND to top it off the SWAC owns five of the largest. HBCU classics and literally controls the fate of the sixth one that is "The SHC"

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Funny how all these Schools are making the best financial decision to help their long term vision
The one thing they all have in common is they aren't giving up their culture and history to do it. And they never will.

Never knew moving conferences makes us lose our land grant status. Or it takes away the fact that we are a HBCU. Our changes the history of being a leader. Interesting thoughts
Well you're about to find out

Lol can't wait to see it. We join Big South July 1, 2021.... So how long till we lose our 1890 land grant status and not considered a HBCU no more. Oct, Dec , 2022 , 2023..... Help me out here.

Tennessee State is a land grant HBCU and has been in a non HBCU conference since 1986. They still are a HBCU and have land grant status. That was 34 years and counting. So when do they lose theirs? Would that be the timetable for when A&T will lose ours
Now you know I was speaking metaphorically since you wanted to talk crazy.  Funny you should bring up TnST.  I mean real fuuny. Especially since the only thing that they've been able to accomplish since joining the OVC. Is being the automatic pre-season pick to be the top hbcu each season solely because they play in a Pwi  conference. 35 years and running and they have failed miserably. Even with the OVC handing them out welfare, and allowing them to play an atlotted number of hbcus and one less conference game then everyone else.  Without it counting against them.  If that's your gold standard then God bless you.

No i didn't know you were spoeak metaphorically? You said just like Ram55 that we are going to no longer be a HBCU and lose our 1890 land grant status. Just asking questions seeing that your more knowledgable on the subject.

They won the OVC in 98 and 99. Were the #1 ranked FCS team in 1999. Made playoffs and won a game in 2013.

I don't know what they get from the OVC but i have never seen them cry broke nor have APR issues. Players are competing and graduating
Actually  I said "  Well you're about to learn"  ^^^^^^^^^^^

Correct which imples you know what's coming due to experience. Hence why i provided the TSU example and was asking why haven't they recieved the same gloom you say that is coming to A&T.
Well I take it you know now after my reply. They're already dead. You can't re-kill a walking zombie

How is TSU dead? They particiate in 2 of the better classics in HBCU football, John Merritt And Southern Heritage. This more based in personal opinion than facts
Oh so now A&T is moving to the BS to participate in Classics? TnST is holding on by a string, and when the SWAC moves to the FBS and they aren't in they are done.  Hell truth be told. The move to get both FAMU and BCCU just about has done then in.  We won't need to place a bunch of classic games outside our conference anymore. Not to mention there will probably be an uptick in FBS games. As far as them playing  two of the top classics.  Avg. a little over 14k a game doesn't make having two of the top classic. But as usual even though you're heading out. You still got that meac dna and fabricating comes real easy

A&T moves is about Olympic Sports travel Savings and a desrie to go to FCS playoffs

Southern Heritage Classic 2019 Attendance 48,347

John Merrit Classic 2019 Attendance 13,458
Lol... What the hell you posting the classic number prove? That I was wrong at avg just a little over 14k in one game "ISN'T" two of the biggest classics?

Was 1 for 2. But like you say TNSU aint S#@! so ehhh
No not really.  What does playing in a classic do for their winning % in the OVC?


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Sports Forum / CIAACIAA and SIAC to postpone fall sports in 2020
« on: July 09, 2020, 06:09:45 PM »

CHARLOTTE – After thorough analysis the Board of Directors for the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA), in conjunction with its Athletic Directors Association (ADA), has voted that NCAA sport competition sponsored by the conference will not occur during the fall of 2020 due to ongoing safety concerns associated with COVID-19.

https://hbcugameday.com/2020/07/09/ciaa-and-siac-to-postpone-fall-sports-in-2020/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

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Funny how all these Schools are making the best financial decision to help their long term vision
The one thing they all have in common is they aren't giving up their culture and history to do it. And they never will.

Never knew moving conferences makes us lose our land grant status. Or it takes away the fact that we are a HBCU. Our changes the history of being a leader. Interesting thoughts
Well you're about to find out

Lol can't wait to see it. We join Big South July 1, 2021.... So how long till we lose our 1890 land grant status and not considered a HBCU no more. Oct, Dec , 2022 , 2023..... Help me out here.

Tennessee State is a land grant HBCU and has been in a non HBCU conference since 1986. They still are a HBCU and have land grant status. That was 34 years and counting. So when do they lose theirs? Would that be the timetable for when A&T will lose ours
Now you know I was speaking metaphorically since you wanted to talk crazy.  Funny you should bring up TnST.  I mean real fuuny. Especially since the only thing that they've been able to accomplish since joining the OVC. Is being the automatic pre-season pick to be the top hbcu each season solely because they play in a Pwi  conference. 35 years and running and they have failed miserably. Even with the OVC handing them out welfare, and allowing them to play an atlotted number of hbcus and one less conference game then everyone else.  Without it counting against them.  If that's your gold standard then God bless you.

No i didn't know you were spoeak metaphorically? You said just like Ram55 that we are going to no longer be a HBCU and lose our 1890 land grant status. Just asking questions seeing that your more knowledgable on the subject.

They won the OVC in 98 and 99. Were the #1 ranked FCS team in 1999. Made playoffs and won a game in 2013.

I don't know what they get from the OVC but i have never seen them cry broke nor have APR issues. Players are competing and graduating
Actually  I said "  Well you're about to learn"  ^^^^^^^^^^^

Correct which imples you know what's coming due to experience. Hence why i provided the TSU example and was asking why haven't they recieved the same gloom you say that is coming to A&T.
Well I take it you know now after my reply. They're already dead. You can't re-kill a walking zombie

How is TSU dead? They particiate in 2 of the better classics in HBCU football, John Merritt And Southern Heritage. This more based in personal opinion than facts
Oh so now A&T is moving to the BS to participate in Classics? TnST is holding on by a string, and when the SWAC moves to the FBS and they aren't in they are done.  Hell truth be told. The move to get both FAMU and BCCU just about has done then in.  We won't need to place a bunch of classic games outside our conference anymore. Not to mention there will probably be an uptick in FBS games. As far as them playing  two of the top classics.  Avg. a little over 14k a game doesn't make having two of the top classic. But as usual even though you're heading out. You still got that meac dna and fabricating comes real easy

A&T moves is about Olympic Sports travel Savings and a desrie to go to FCS playoffs

Southern Heritage Classic 2019 Attendance 48,347

John Merrit Classic 2019 Attendance 13,458
Lol... What the hell you posting the classic number prove? That I was wrong at avg just a little over 14k in one game "ISN'T" two of the biggest classics?

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Funny how all these Schools are making the best financial decision to help their long term vision
The one thing they all have in common is they aren't giving up their culture and history to do it. And they never will.

Never knew moving conferences makes us lose our land grant status. Or it takes away the fact that we are a HBCU. Our changes the history of being a leader. Interesting thoughts
Well you're about to find out

Lol can't wait to see it. We join Big South July 1, 2021.... So how long till we lose our 1890 land grant status and not considered a HBCU no more. Oct, Dec , 2022 , 2023..... Help me out here.

Tennessee State is a land grant HBCU and has been in a non HBCU conference since 1986. They still are a HBCU and have land grant status. That was 34 years and counting. So when do they lose theirs? Would that be the timetable for when A&T will lose ours
Now you know I was speaking metaphorically since you wanted to talk crazy.  Funny you should bring up TnST.  I mean real fuuny. Especially since the only thing that they've been able to accomplish since joining the OVC. Is being the automatic pre-season pick to be the top hbcu each season solely because they play in a Pwi  conference. 35 years and running and they have failed miserably. Even with the OVC handing them out welfare, and allowing them to play an atlotted number of hbcus and one less conference game then everyone else.  Without it counting against them.  If that's your gold standard then God bless you.

No i didn't know you were spoeak metaphorically? You said just like Ram55 that we are going to no longer be a HBCU and lose our 1890 land grant status. Just asking questions seeing that your more knowledgable on the subject.

They won the OVC in 98 and 99. Were the #1 ranked FCS team in 1999. Made playoffs and won a game in 2013.

I don't know what they get from the OVC but i have never seen them cry broke nor have APR issues. Players are competing and graduating
Actually  I said "  Well you're about to learn"  ^^^^^^^^^^^

Correct which imples you know what's coming due to experience. Hence why i provided the TSU example and was asking why haven't they recieved the same gloom you say that is coming to A&T.
Well I take it you know now after my reply. They're already dead. You can't re-kill a walking zombie

How is TSU dead? They particiate in 2 of the better classics in HBCU football, John Merritt And Southern Heritage. This more based in personal opinion than facts
Oh so now A&T is moving to the BS to participate in Classics? TnST is holding on by a string, and when the SWAC moves to the FBS and they aren't in they are done.  Hell truth be told. The move to get both FAMU and BCCU just about has done them in.  We won't need to place a bunch of classic games outside our conference anymore. Not to mention there will probably be an uptick in FBS games. As far as them playing  two of the top classics.  Avg. a little over 14k a game doesn't make having two of the top classic. But as usual even though you're heading out. You still got that meac dna and fabricating comes real easy

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Funny how all these Schools are making the best financial decision to help their long term vision
The one thing they all have in common is they aren't giving up their culture and history to do it. And they never will.

Never knew moving conferences makes us lose our land grant status. Or it takes away the fact that we are a HBCU. Our changes the history of being a leader. Interesting thoughts
Well you're about to find out

Lol can't wait to see it. We join Big South July 1, 2021.... So how long till we lose our 1890 land grant status and not considered a HBCU no more. Oct, Dec , 2022 , 2023..... Help me out here.

Tennessee State is a land grant HBCU and has been in a non HBCU conference since 1986. They still are a HBCU and have land grant status. That was 34 years and counting. So when do they lose theirs? Would that be the timetable for when A&T will lose ours
Now you know I was speaking metaphorically since you wanted to talk crazy.  Funny you should bring up TnST.  I mean real fuuny. Especially since the only thing that they've been able to accomplish since joining the OVC. Is being the automatic pre-season pick to be the top hbcu each season solely because they play in a Pwi  conference. 35 years and running and they have failed miserably. Even with the OVC handing them out welfare, and allowing them to play an atlotted number of hbcus and one less conference game then everyone else.  Without it counting against them.  If that's your gold standard then God bless you.

No i didn't know you were spoeak metaphorically? You said just like Ram55 that we are going to no longer be a HBCU and lose our 1890 land grant status. Just asking questions seeing that your more knowledgable on the subject.

They won the OVC in 98 and 99. Were the #1 ranked FCS team in 1999. Made playoffs and won a game in 2013.

I don't know what they get from the OVC but i have never seen them cry broke nor have APR issues. Players are competing and graduating
Actually  I said "  Well you're about to learn"  ^^^^^^^^^^^

Correct which imples you know what's coming due to experience. Hence why i provided the TSU example and was asking why haven't they recieved the same gloom you say that is coming to A&T.
Well I take it you know now after my reply. They're already dead. You can't re-kill a walking zombie

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Funny how all these Schools are making the best financial decision to help their long term vision
The one thing they all have in common is they aren't giving up their culture and history to do it. And they never will.

Never knew moving conferences makes us lose our land grant status. Or it takes away the fact that we are a HBCU. Our changes the history of being a leader. Interesting thoughts
Well you're about to find out

Lol can't wait to see it. We join Big South July 1, 2021.... So how long till we lose our 1890 land grant status and not considered a HBCU no more. Oct, Dec , 2022 , 2023..... Help me out here.

Tennessee State is a land grant HBCU and has been in a non HBCU conference since 1986. They still are a HBCU and have land grant status. That was 34 years and counting. So when do they lose theirs? Would that be the timetable for when A&T will lose ours
Now you know I was speaking metaphorically since you wanted to talk crazy.  Funny you should bring up TnST.  I mean real fuuny. Especially since the only thing that they've been able to accomplish since joining the OVC. Is being the automatic pre-season pick to be the top hbcu each season solely because they play in a Pwi  conference. 35 years and running and they have failed miserably. Even with the OVC handing them out welfare, and allowing them to play an atlotted number of hbcus and one less conference game then everyone else.  Without it counting against them.  If that's your gold standard then God bless you.

No i didn't know you were spoeak metaphorically? You said just like Ram55 that we are going to no longer be a HBCU and lose our 1890 land grant status. Just asking questions seeing that your more knowledgable on the subject.

They won the OVC in 98 and 99. Were the #1 ranked FCS team in 1999. Made playoffs and won a game in 2013.

I don't know what they get from the OVC but i have never seen them cry broke nor have APR issues. Players are competing and graduating
Actually  I said "  Well you're about to learn"  ^^^^^^^^^^^

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Funny how all these Schools are making the best financial decision to help their long term vision
The one thing they all have in common is they aren't giving up their culture and history to do it. And they never will.

Never knew moving conferences makes us lose our land grant status. Or it takes away the fact that we are a HBCU. Our changes the history of being a leader. Interesting thoughts
Well you're about to find out

Lol can't wait to see it. We join Big South July 1, 2021.... So how long till we lose our 1890 land grant status and not considered a HBCU no more. Oct, Dec , 2022 , 2023..... Help me out here.

Tennessee State is a land grant HBCU and has been in a non HBCU conference since 1986. They still are a HBCU and have land grant status. That was 34 years and counting. So when do they lose theirs? Would that be the timetable for when A&T will lose ours
Now you know I was speaking metaphorically since you wanted to talk crazy.  Funny you should bring up TnST.  I mean real fuuny. Especially since the only thing that they've been able to accomplish since joining the OVC. Is being the automatic pre-season pick to be the top hbcu each season solely because they play in a Pwi  conference. 35 years and running and they have failed miserably. Even with the OVC handing them out welfare, and allowing them to play an atlotted number of hbcus and one less conference game then everyone else.  Without it counting against them.  If that's your gold standard then God bless you.

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Funny how all these Schools are making the best financial decision to help their long term vision
The one thing they all have in common is they aren't giving up their culture and history to do it. And they never will.

Never knew moving conferences makes us lose our land grant status. Or it takes away the fact that we are a HBCU. Our changes the history of being a leader. Interesting thoughts
Well you're about to find out

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Maybe Morgan, Howard, and NC Central should together consider other D1 options that do not include schools that are really D2.
What sense would that make to start over from the bottom, when you're clearly at the top now?

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