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1 For Games of Sept. 15, 2018 SCORES BOWIE STATE QB Amir Hall XTRA OVER A THOUSAND!: Bowie State QB Amir Hall had his third straight 300-yard passing game in a win over McKendree. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 Newberry 27, Va-Lynchburg 14 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 Albany (NY) 30, Morgan State 27 Alcorn State 27, Texas Southern 15 Bowie State 47, McKendree 41 Cincinnati 63, Alabama A&M 7 Clarion (PA) 44, Lincoln (PA) 7 Florida Atlantic 49, Bethune-Cookman 28 Fort Valley State 21, Miles 19 Jackson State 18, Jackson State 16 Kennesaw State 42, Alabama State 13 Kentucky Wesleyan 19, Kentucky St. 13 Morehouse 41, Central State 14 Notre Dame (OH) 33, W. Virginia State 31 Wisconsin-Oshkosh 17, Lincoln (MO) 7 South Dakota State 90, Ark.-Pine Bluff 6 Southern 33, Langston 18 Texas Wesleyan 36, Texas College 7 Tuskegee 24, Clark Atlanta 17 UNLV 46, Prairie View A&M 17 Western Michigan 68, Delaware State 0 West Georgia 46, Albany State 21 CANCELLED GAMES Brevard vs. Allen Eliz. City State vs. Winston-Salem State Fayetteville State vs. Benedict Hampton vs. Tennessee State Howard vs. Savannah State Lane vs. Livingstone Liberty vs. Norfolk State Saint Augustine s vs. Virginia State SC State vs. NC Central Shaw vs. Chowan Virginia Union vs. Johnson C. Smith BIG WINNERS! No. 6 Alcorn State No. 10 Bowie State Jackson State Morehouse Tuskegee Fort Valley State Southern BCSP No. 6 ALCORN STATE got 311 passing yards and two touchdowns and 74 rushing yards and a score from QB Noah Johnson (22 of 33) as they ran past Texas Southern, The Braves (2-1, 1-0 SWAC E) scored all their 27 points in the first half and led 27-0 at the break. Six-five WR Raidarius Anderson had a monster game with eight receptions for 168 yards (21.0 ypc.) including an 8-yard first-quarter TD catch. Johnson also connected with Chris Blair on a 28-yard score and scored on a 1-yard run. Johnson had 385 yards of total offense, 322 in the first half. Quarterback Amir Hall threw for 352 yards and two scores and ran for 95 and two more as BCSP No. 10 BOWIE STATE held on to knock off McKendree, The Bulldogs (2-1, 0-0 CIAA N) built a lead on the strength of four rushing TDs, one from Hall of 6 yards, and a Hall TD pass to Montez Clay to open the scoring. After opening the third quarter with another Hall TD toss, 6 yards to Daryl Jasper, to go up 41-13, McKendree scored 28 points only interrupted by a 65-yard TD run by Hall. McKendree scored with no time left for the final margin. Hall was 41 of 52 passing and totalled 447 yards of total offense. JACKSON STATE got four field goals from Christian Jacquemin, the last early in the fourth quarter that allowed the Tigers escape with an win over Florida A&M in Tallahassee. JSU (1-1) had to survive two FAMU fourth-quarter drives to pull out the win, blocking a Yahia Ali 27-yard field goal attempt with 9 minutes left and stopping the Rattlers (1-2, 0-0 MEAC) on the JSU 4 as time expired. The see-saw contest saw FAMU lead 7-6 at the half. Jacquemin s 43-yard third-quarter field goal gave JSU a 9-7 lead. FAMU (1-2) went back on top 14-9 as FAMU QB Ryan Stanley hit Xavier Smith with a 20-yard score 90 seconds later. JSU scored its only touchdown of the day on QB Derrick Ponder s 6-yard pass to Ra Melk Wallace to lead but FAMU s Tyler Woodley returned the blocked PAT 98 yards to put FAMU up with 5:22 left in the third period. Ponder was 25 of 41 for 270 yards with one pick. Stanley was 26 of 37 for 340 yards with WR Chad Hunter pulling in 8 passes for 117 yards. Jacquemin s field goals covered 42, 26, 43 and 44 yards. MOREHOUSE gave up an early touchdown and then scored 34 straight points to pull away from Central State and post a win. The undefeated Maroon Tigers (3-0, 1-0 SIAC) got three TDs from RB Santo Dunn, on 3- and 2-yard TD runs in the first half and an 89-yard kickoff return TD to open the third quarter. QB Michael Sims ( , 227 yards) had a 13-yard third quarter TD run and hooked up with Amyr Smith (6 rec., 85 yards) on a 24-yard scoring pass to end the scoring. ALCORN STATE QB Noah Johnson BOWIE STATE QB Amir Hall JACKSON STATE PK Christian Jacquemin Winless Clark Atlanta (0-3, 0-2 SIAC) battled SIAC West Division favorite TUSKEGEE (2-1, 1-0

2 SIAC) but gave up a 55-yard fourth quarter TD pass that allowed the Golden Tigers to escape with a win. Breaking from a halftime tie, CAU scored on a 42-yard fumble recovery by Kenneth Morgan to go up early in the fourth quarter. Tuskegee tied the game at 17 on QB Ahmad Deramus s second TD pass to Javarius Cheatham, this one covering 3 yards early in the fourth quarter. Tuskegee drove 75 yards in 7 plays for the go-ahead score as Deramus hit Peyton Ramzy for the 55-yard score. On the ensuing possession, Tuskegee linebacker Davoris Thomas stopped the final CAU drive as he intercepted a pass at the CAU 36. Tuskegee then ran the last 5:33 off the clock. Deramus was 10 of 17 for 209 yards with three TD passes. Cheatham had five receptions for 105 yards including a 34-yard TD catch at the end of the second quarter. TUSKEGEEQB Ahmad Deramus FORT VALLEY STATE scored on a 6-yard pass from QB Slade Jarman to tight end Jaylen Lowder with :21 seconds left to pull out a win over Miles in an East-West SIAC battle in Fairfield, Alabama. The teams were tied at 7 at the break but Miles broke on top 13-7 midway thru the third quarter as Leonard Tyree hauled in a 51-yard pass from QB Daniel Smith. FVSU (1-2) went back on top midway thru the fourth quarter on a 6-yard TD run by Lorenzo Smothers and a PAT kick. Miles (0-3) surged ahead as Tyree scored again on a 47-yard reception from Smith ( , 236 yards) with 5:28 left completing a 5-play, 80-yard drive. Tyree finished with five receptions for 171 yards and the two scores. FVSU s winning drive covered 65 yards in nine plays and included five completions by QB Slade Jarmon ( , 181 yard) culminating with the winning throw. SOUTHERN scored two touchdowns late in the third quarter to pull away to a win over IA member Langston. Langston (1-1) only trailed at the half after leading 12-7 in the second quarter, and pulled to within in the third quarter on a 4-yard pass from QB Jaylen Lowe to Michael Colston. A 2-yard PAT attempt to take the lead failed. Southern stretched the lead to as T. Smith scored on a 45-yard pass from QB John Lampley with 5:58 left in the third quarter. The Jaguars (1-2) added a 4-yard TD run from Kendall Catalon later in the period for the final score. Lampley ran for 132 yards on 14 carries (9.4 ypc.) and passed for 121 yards and 3 scores (9-15-0). FORT VALLEY ST. QB Slade Jarman SOUTHERN QB John Lampley TOUGH LOSSES No. 2 Prairie View A&M Morgan State Playing its fourth straight road game to start the season, BCSP No. 2 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M fell behind 34-0 at the half and was not able to recover in falling at UNLV, Winless MORGAN STATE battled Albany but gave up an 88-yard fourth-quarter TD pass en route to falling MSU (0-3) had gone up with 7:55 left to play on a 45-yard interception return from sophomore LB Donte Small, his third interception of the day. But two plays after the TD, Albany QB Vince Testeverde connected with Dev Holmes for the go-ahead score. MSU had two more possessions but lost fumbles in both. BIG LOSERS Arkansas-Pine Bluff Alabama A&M Delaware State South Dakota State totalled 936 yards of offense in embarassing ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF, SDSU ran for 369 yards and passed for 557 yards in the rout. UAPB (1-2) put up over 300 yards of offense but only scored on two Jamie Gilan field goals (47 and 20 yards). ALABAMA A&M (1-2) gave up 781 yards of offense to Cincinnati and was only able to muster 182 yards and eight first downs in a 63-7 loss. DELAWARE STATE passed for only 8 yards in falling to Western Michigan, 68-0.

3 TOP PERFORMANCES PASSING Faustino Sauced, WVST yards 3 TDs (79, 76, 15) 1 int. Amir Hall, BOWST yards 2 TDs (6, 6) 1 int. Noah Johnson, ALCST yards 2 TDs (8, 28) 1 int. Glen Cuiellette, TEXSOU yards 2 TDs (23, 16) 2 ints. Trent Mays, CENTST yards 1 TD (62) 3 ints. Daniel Smith, MILES yards 2 TDs (51, 47) 1 int. Michael Sims, MHOUSE yards 1 TD (24) 0 int. Ahmad Deramus, TUSK yards 3 TDs (34, 3, 55) 0 int. Jalen Morton, PVA&M yards 2 TDs (4, 13) 0 int. Akevious Williams, BETHCKMN yards 3 TDs (31, 6, 41) 1 int. RUSHING John Lampley, SOU 14 carries 132 yards 0 TD Franklin Hosea, LINMO 19 carries 116 yards 0 TD Taeyler Porter, ARKPB 21 carries 106 yards 0 TD Deandre Harris, MORGST 19 carries 99 yards 0 TD Amir Hall, BOWST 9 carries 95 yards 2 TDs (6, 65) Brandon Abrams, BOWST 18 carries 93 yards 2 TDs (10, 5) RECEIVING Tyrell Henderson, WVST 12 receptions 173 yards 2 TDs (76, 15) Leonard Tyree, MILES 5 receptions 171 yards 2 TDs (51, 47) Raidarious Anderson, ALCST 8 receptions 168 yards 1 TD (8) Kalen Riles, PVA&M 4 receptions 134 yards 0 TD Lensana Sesay, BOWST 11 receptions 114 yards 0 TD Manasseh Bailey, MORGST 2 receptions 109 yards 2 TDs (90, 19) Javarious Cheatham, TUSK 5 receptions 105 yards 2 TDs (34, 3) B. Hartzog Jr., TEXSOU 8 receptions 103 yards 2 TDs (23, 16) Jonathan Thomas, BETHCKMN 7 receptions 87 yards 1 TD (41) Reginald Mays, LINPA 4 receptions 86 yards 0 TD Tyrek Allen, ALST 2 receptions 86 yards 1 TD (78) Amyr Smith, MHOUSE 6 receptions 85 yards 1 TD (24) Jordan Level, KENTST 6 receptions 85 yards 1 TD (14) Marquez Spencer, ALST 4 receptions 84 yards 0 TD Josh Wilkes, ARKPB 4 receptions 80 yards 0 TD TACKLES 13 Jermaine Jackson, PVA&M 12 Dominique Rogers, LINPA; Justin Wade, CLATL; Austin Stephens, MILES 11 Keonte Reynolds, KENTST; 10 Ezekiel Edmund, CLATL; Ruben Sartin, MILES; Stephen Pierre, ALBST; Anthony Stubbs, PVA&M WEST VA. STATE QB Faustino Sauced SOUTHERN QB John Lampley WEST VA. STATE WR Tyrell Henderson ALCORN STATE QB Noah Johnson LINCOLN Mo QB Franklin Hosea MILES WR Leonard Tyree SACKS 2.0 Jalen Dingle, KENTST: 1.5 Devonta Ramsuer, TUSK; Voris Bryant, Nykeim Floyd, FTVALST; 1.0 Kendall Robinson, WVST; Tyler Staerkel, Derrick Jennings Jr., Brandon Kolgen, LINMO; Dominique Rogers, Solomon Bassett, LINPA; X. Johnson, CENST; Daryl Horne, TUSK; Justin Wade, Craig Evans, LANG; Ezekiel Edmund, Kameron Rogers, CLATL; Ian McBorrough, MORGST; Camron Young, Jahseari Patterson, FTVALST; N Kavious Floyd, Jaylun Thomas, MILES; M. Stephens, SOU; Khalil Johnson, Ryan Theyard, JACKST; Joseph Crutchfield, E. Richardson, FAMU; Anthony Stubbs, PVA&M PRAIRIE VIEW DL Jermain Jackson INTERCEPTIONS 3 Donte Small, MORGST; 2 Mandell Ray, MHOUSE; 1 Cole Yoder, LINMO; K. Ndukwe, J. Laguerre, BETHCKMN; T. Murray, AA&M; Davoris Thomas, Darnell Hill, TUSK; Kendrell Walker MILES; G. Brown III, SOU; KENTUCKY STATE LB Jalen Dingle MORGAN STATE LB Donte Small

4 XTRA NOTES! OVER A GRAND:- Bowie State quarterback Amir Hall, the 2017 Black College Hall of Fame Player of the Year, is off to another great start in Through three games, Hall has completed over 70% of his passes (98 of 140) for 1,052 yards, 8 TDs and 2 interceptions. B C S P F O O T B A L L T O P T E N R E S U L T S 1. NORTH CAROLI A&T (3-0) - Idle. NEXT: Hosting Morgan State. 2. PRAIRIE VIEW A&M (1-3) - Fell at UNLV, NEXT: At Arkansas-Pine Bluff. 3. HOWARD (0-2) - Game vs. Savannah State cancelled because of Hurricane Florence. NEXT: Facing Bethune-Cookman in Indianapolis Circle City Classic. 4. GRAMBLING STATE (0-2) - Idle. NEXT: Hosting Alabama State. 5. TENNESSEE STATE (1-0) - Game at Hampton cancelled. NEXT: At Eastern Illinois. 6. ALCORN STATE (2-1) - Downed Texas Southern, NEXT: At Mississippi Valley State. 7. North Carolina Central (1-1) - Game at SC State cancelled. NEXT: At Duke. 8. BETHUNE-COOKMAN (1-2) - Lost at Florida Atlantic, NEXT: Howard in Indianapolis. 9. Southern (1-2) - Got by Langston, NEXT: Alabama A&M in Mobile, Alabama. 10. BOWIE STATE (2-1) - Outscored McKendree, NEXT: At St. Augustine s. G A M E S T H I S W E E K SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 West Virginia State vs. Shepherd Institute, WV 12n Tuskegee vs. Missouri S&T in Tuskegee, AL Chowan vs. McKendree in Murfreesboro, NC Livingstone vs. Lincoln (PA) in Salisbury, NC Saint Augustine s vs. Bowie State in Raleigh, NC Va-Lynchburg vs. Brevard in Lynchburg, VA Cumberland vs. Edward Waters in Lebanon, TN 1:30p Eastern Illinois vs. Tennessee State in Charleston, IL 2p Lane vs. Albany State in Jackson, TN 2p Allen vs. Middle Georgia State in Irmo, SC 3p Northern Iowa vs. Hampton in Cedar Falls, IA 4p Fayetteville State vs. Elizabeth City State in Fayetteville, NC 4p Florida A&M vs. Savannah State in Tallahassee, FL 4p Arkansas-Pine Bluff vs. Prairie View A&M in Pine Bluff, AR Grambling State vs. Alabama State in Grambling, LA Langston vs. SAGU in Langston, OK Lincoln (MO) vs. Southwest Baptist in Jefferson City, MO Miss Valley State vs. Alcorn State in Itta Bena, MS Campbell vs. Shaw in Buies Creek, NC Johnson C. Smith vs. Virginia State in Charlotte, NC Kennesaw State vs. Clark Atlanta in Kennesaw, GA NC A&T vs. Morgan State in Greensboro, NC SC State vs. Norfolk State in Orangeburg, SC Duke vs. NC Central in Durham, NC 3:30p CLASSICS Gulf Coast Challenge Alabama A&M vs. Southern in Mobile, AL 4p INTERNET WEBCASTS Kentucky St. vs. Central St. in Frankfort, KY - FloFootball-$ 2p Chicago Football Classic Morehouse vs. Miles in Chicago, IL - FloFootball-$ 3:30p 35th Circle City Classic ESPN3-Live TV Broadcast - ESPNU-delayed Bethune-Cookman vs. Howard in Indianapolis, IN 4:30p W-Salem State vs. Va. Union in W-Salem, NC - ESPN3 Houston vs. Texas Southern in Houston, TX - ESPN3 7p SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 Benedict vs. Fort Valley St, in Columbia, SC - FloFootball$ 4:30p

5 B L A C K C O L L E G E F O O T B A L L (Standings and Weekly Honors) CIAA Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association DIV CONF ALL NORTH DIVISION W L W L W L Bowie State Virginia Union Elizabeth City State Virginia State Chowan Lincoln SOUTH DIVISION Fayetteville State Winston-Salem State Shaw Livingstone Johnson C. Smith Saint Augustine s CIAA PLAYERS OF THE WEEK QB - Amir Hall, Sr., BSU - 41 of 52, 359 yards, 2 TDs, 9 carries, 95 yards, 2 TDs vs. McKendree. OB - Brandon Abrams, RB, BSU - 18 carries, 93 yds., 2 TDs (10, 5) vs. McKendree. DL -. LB - Dominique Rogers, LINPA - 12 tackles in loss to Clarion. WR - Lensana Lesay, BSU - Had 11 receptions, 114 yards, O TD vs. McKendree. DB - SPECIAL TEAMS - COACH - Damon Wilson - Moved to 2-1 with win over McKendree. Mid Eastern MEAC Athletic Conference CONF ALL W L W L NC A&T State Norfolk State N. Carolina Central Bethune-Cookman Florida A&M Howard SC State Savannah State Delaware State Morgan State MEAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Akevious Williams, QB, BETHUNE-COOKMAN - Completed 18 of 27 for 201 yards and 3 TDs (31, 6, 41). ROOKIE Donte Small, Jr., LB, MORGAN STATE - 3 interceptions, one returned 45 yards for a TD vs. Albany. SPECIALIST Tyler Woodley, DB, FLORIDA A&M - Three tackles, one PAT returned for 2 points vs. Jackson State. OFFENSIVE LINEMAN SIAC Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference CONF ALL EAST DIVISION W L W L Morehouse Benedict Fort Valley State Albany State Clark Atlanta WEST DIVISION Tuskegee Central State Lane Miles Kentucky State SIAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Leonard Tyree, WR, MILES - 5 receptions, 171 yards, 2 TDs (51, 47) in loss to Fort Valley State.. Jalen Dingle, DB, KENTUCKY STATE - Had 2 sacks and 3 solo tackles vs. Kentucky Wesleyan. Mandell Ray, DB, MOREHOUSE - 2 interceptions, 4 tackles vs. Central State. NEWCOMER SPECIAL TEAMS SWAC Southwestern Athletic Conference DIV ALL EAST DIVISION W L W L Alcorn State Alabama A&M Alabama State Jackson State Miss. Valley State WEST DIVISION Texas Southern Arkansas-Pine Bluff Southern Prairie View A&M Grambling State SWAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Noah Johnson, Jr., QB, ALCORN STATE - 22 of 33 for 311 yards and 2 TDs (8, 28) in win over Texas Southern. Ricky Haley, Sr., DL, ALABAMA STATE - 4 tackles vs. Auburn including 2 solos, one that resulted in a safety. Also forced a fumble. SPECIALIST Johnathan Hauer, Sr., WR, ALCORN STATE - Blocked a punt that resulted in a TD also had 3 receptions including a 21-yard score.. NEWCOMER Tredavian Dixon, WR, TEXAS SOUTHERN - Had 7 receptions for 159 yards with TD catches of 75 and 11 yards in loss to Texas State. INDEPENDENTS W L Tennessee State 1 0 Langston 1 1 Hampton 1 1 W. Va. State 1 2 Lincoln (Mo.) 1 2 Edward Waters 1 2 Allen 0 2 Va. Univ. of Lynchburg 0 2 Texas College 0 2 ATTENDANCE MATTERS For Games Last Week Jackson Florida A&M 17,643 Texas Alcorn State 14,563 Southern 8,992 Clark Atlanta 5,046 West Albany State 5,000 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Faustino Sauced, Sr., QB, WVSU - Completed 28 of 44 passes for 395 yards and 3 TDs (79, 76 and 15) and a scoring run in loss. Tyrrell Henderson, WR, WVSU - 12 receptions, 173 yards, 2 TDs (76, 15) in loss. SPECIAL TEAMS AZEEZ Communications, Inc. BCSPX IV, No. 4