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Re: Will There More SWAC vs. MEAC Games...
« Reply #75 on: December 21, 2015, 01:33:50 PM »
It is more likely that we will see more matchups between MEAC Southern athletic programs (FAMU, BCU, SSU, & SCSU) versus SWAC Eastern Division (AAMU, AbSU, AlSU, JSU, & MVSU). I think TnSU will continue to have a mix of the HBCU programs from the list above. We will not only see this in football, but many sports across the board.
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