Tigers rally for thrilling 30-21 victory over Jaguars

—-GSU Sports info


Grambling State fail behind for the second  time this season 21-20 with less than 5 minutes left in the game to the upset minded Southern University Jaguars. The Jag Nation celebrated with joy believing that the clock had struck midnight on the G-MEN. Adding  GSU’s Martez Carter had just suffered an injury that took him out of the game temporary. Coach Broderick Fobbs knew he had to do something. With the Jaguar defense attention on Tigers QB DeVante Kincade , Fobbs went to his all Mr. Everything and asked him to give it a try. Carter came in and ran 11 yards for the deciding score to help propel the G-MEN to 30-21 victory over Southern in the 44th Bayou Classic. Martez Cater also scored on a 9 yard toss from Kincade to put the Tigers up early 7-0. QB DeVante Kincade passed for 171 yards and 1 score. Carter rushed for 92 yards and 1 score also. Southern was paced by QB Austin Howard 198 yards and 2 scores however, those 2 INTS really hurt the Jaguars in the end. The G-MEN advances to the SWAC Championship to take on the Alcorn State Braves in Houston.


PVAMU didn’t waste any time disposing Texas Southern 30-16 in the Labor Day Classic, a game that was rescheduled due to the effects of Hurricane Harvey.  Neiko Hollins was 26-of-41 passing for 319 yards and three touchdowns to help Prairie View A&M dominate to Tigers in Houston. WR josh Simmons caught 11 balls for 152 yards and 1 score. TSU tried to put up a fight but just couldn’t slow down the Panthers offense. TSU was paced by RB Brad Woodard’s 86 yards and 1 score. 

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Alcorn State 7-3 ,  5-1                                                 Jackson State 2-8 , 2-5 (SWAC) 


Week 12 of the college football season basically is filled with heated rivalries. However, in SWAC football, there is one heated rivalry that dates back many years. Alcorn State and Jackson State have battled for bragging rights of Mississippi for many years. However, this year’s game is only a shell of itself. Alcorn State has continued it’s tradition as a consistent winner as the Braves have already wrapped up the east division and are headed to Houston for a showdown against the winner of the Grambling-Southern game. Jackson State on the other hand has suffered through one of its worst seasons only winning 2 games thus far. However, in the Soul Bowl, throw out the records. The Tigers will be up for knocking off the Braves and finishing their season on a winning note. QB Noah Johnson will lead the Braves charge into Jackson as he has thrown for 583 yards and 4 scores. Johnson has also rushed for 263 yards and 6 scores on the ground. RB DeLance Turner looks to add to his 1,178 yards rushing and 8 scores. WR Norlando Veals 43 balls for 803 yards and 6 scores will look for more. JSU will counter with QB Jordan Williams 379 yards and 3 scores. RB Jordan Johnson 627 and 6 scores will help also. 

Realsportsrealtalk Prediction……..Alcorn State 42-17


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 Prairie View 4-5 , 3-3 SWAC                            UIW (1-9, 1-7 SLC


Tonight the PVAMU Panthers travel to San Antonio to take on the Incarnate Word Cardinals. PVAMU enters the game coming fresh off a home victory over foe UAPB and look to steal a win over the home standing Cardinals. PVAMU will be paced by QB Neiko Hollins (85-171-4, 1186 YRDS, 14 TD) , RB Sta’Fon McCray (80-596, 7.3 YPC, 6 TD) and WR  WR Khadarel Hodge (38-723, 19.0 YPC, 10 TD). UIW will be paced by QB  Taylor Laird (40-104-6, 675 YRDS, 3 TD) , RB  Derrick Mitchell (119-547, 4.6 YPC, 4 TD) and WR  Phillip Baptiste (31-623, 20.1 YPC, 3 TD).

Realsportsrealtalk prediction…..PVAMU 35-17


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Kentucky State ( 3-7 , 2-4)                  AAMU 3-7, 3-3 ( SWAC)


AAMU and Coach James Spady will welcome in HBCU foe Kentucky State to Huntsville for a non conference battle. AAMU coming off a tough loss to Jackson State look to get back in the winners column against the Thoroughbreds. AAMU will be paced by QB Aqeel Glass 1,116 yards passing and 5 scores. RB Trevon Walters and Jordan Bentley tag team for a combined 800 plus rushing yardage. WR Isaiah Bailey 30 balls for 440 yards and 5 scores paced the Bulldogs. KSU will be paced by Paul Campbell 913 passing with 6 scores. RB Brett Sylvie 971 rushing yards and 6 scores. 

Realsportsrealtalk Prediction….AAMU 17-14


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 Alabama State 3-6 2-3 SWAC                             Mississippi Valley State 2-8, 1-5 (SWAC)


Alabama State and coach Donald Hill-Eley sort of came back down to earth as the Hornets took a tough loss to Grambling 24-7 after winning 3 straight. However, Hill-Eley and the Hornets look to get back on the winning streak as they head into the delta to take on the MVSU Delta Devils. ASU will counter with QB Kobie Jones 476 yards passing and 2 scores. RB George Golden and Ezra Grey pace the Hornets ground game. MVSU will be lead by QB Chris Fowler 1533 yards passing and 6 scores. WR Quinn McElfresh 48 balls for 797 and 4 scores also looks to add to his numbers.

Realsportsrealtalk Prediction ………..ASU 24-6


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Texas Southern 1-8 ,  1-5                                      Arkansas-Pine Bluff 2-8 , 1-5


Texas Southern and UAPB are heading in the same direction…..backwards. TSU is coming off a 33-7 loss to Southern and looks to get back on track in Little Rock as the Tigers take on UAPB. TSU is lead by frosh QB Elijah Odom 238 yards passing and 2 scores. Odom also has 260 yards rushing with 4 scores. RB Brad Woodard 322 yards rushing and 2 scores leads the rushing attack. WR Darvin Kidsy 33 balls for 428 and 3 scores paces the Tigers air game. UAPB will be lead by QB LeEarl Patterson 852 yards and 4 scores. QB Brandon Duncan may play if healthy. RB KeShawn Williams 682 yards rushing and 7 scores paces the running game. 

Realsportsrealtalk Prediction……UAPB 24-17

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Tigers and Jags win on road…..PVAMU shines at home…..Braves back in Houston for the 4th straight time…..JSU get’s a gift from AAMU…..


—Bama State Sports

Week 11 of college football basically cemented the post season faith of many teams and ended any post season hopes of others. In SWAC football, the Grambling Tigers , Southern Jaguars and the Alcorn State Braves lived to see another day as post season is still on those teams mind as we head into the final two weeks of the 2017 SWAC football season. Coach Fobbs and his Grambling State Tigers didn’t waste any time disposing the Alabama State Hornets 24-7 in Montgomery, Alabama. QB De Vante Kincade passed for 205 yards and 2 scores. RB Martez Carter rushed for 85 yards and another score to pace the Tigers. Coach Fobbs defense played well enough to limit the Hornets to only 7 points and keep them at bay. ASU was paced by QB Daryl Pearson 95 yards passing and 1 score. With the victory, the G-MEN will now have 2 weeks to prepare for their showdown with the Southern Jaguars in the traditional Bayou Classic for the west crown and a trip to Houston for the SWAC Championship.


NCAA Football: Southern at TSU

–Morning Advocate–

Southern University wasted no time as well in defeating Texas Southern 33-7 in Houston. QB Austin Howard passed for 203 yards and 1 score and RB Herb Edwards rushed for 159 yards and another score to pace the Jaguars. Coach Dawson Odums finally got what he wanted…a complete game from his team. Southern dominated the Tigers the entire game and never let the Tigers back in at all. Texas Southern was paced by QB Elijah Odoms 118 yards rushing and 1 score. Southern now can relax and will have 2 weeks to prepare for their rival Grambling State for the west crown. 


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Coach Willie Simmons sent his seniors out with a bang as PVAMU thumped UAPB 25-12 on Senior day at Panther Stadium. QB Neiko Hollins threw for 410 yards and four touchdowns and WR Khadarel Hodge caught three scores for 232 yards to pace the Panthers. PVAMU looked unstoppable against the struggling Lions. RB Stephen McCray rushed for 115 yards and 1 score as well. UAPB was paced by QB M.Terrell who passed for 236 yards and 1 score. 


Braves Shutout Delta Devils 59-0 to Win Fourth Consecutive SWAC East Division Title

—Alcorn State Sports—

Alcorn State didn’t waste any time in punching their ticket back to Houston for the 4th straight year. The Braves destroyed lowly Mississippi Valley State 59-0 in Lorman, Miss. QB Noah Johnson passed for 297 yards and 3 scores to pace the Braves. Johnson as rushed for 122 yards and 2 more scores. RB DeLance Turner rushed for 171 yards and 2 scores as well. WR Norlando Veals caught 9 balls for 253 yards and 3 scores. MVSU was limited 215 yards of total offense. 



—AAMU sports

Jackson State stole a win from struggling AAMU 10-7 in what could be Coach James Spady’s last hurrah in Huntsville, Alabama. The game was very sluggish and it took a last second JSU’S Christian Jacquemin to seal the deal for the Tigers. AAMU Lead early 7-0 but JSU scored the last 10 points in the 4th quarter to score the victory. 

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Grambling 8-1 , 5-0 ( SWAC )                                          Alabama State 3-5 2-2 ( SWAC)

As we near the finish line of the 2017 college football season, there were few expectations of teams and there were a few surprises for others. In SWAC play, there were more surprises then expectations. The Grambling State Tigers were one of the few teams that were expected to contend for post season and coach Broderick Fobbs Tigers haven’t let up just yet. The G-Men travel to Alabama to take on the new and improved Alabama State Hornets under interim coach Donald Hill-Eley. The G-Men are fresh off a 31-26 victory over UAPB and look to get back to their dominating play. QB Devante Kincade 153-251-3 2081 16 TDs , RB Martez Carter  118 for 623 yards and 7 scores. WR Darrell Clark , Quintin Guice , LyndemianBrooks and new sensation TE Jordan Jones have been the Tigers go to guys thus far this season. The Tigers defense has been non stop as D’ Andre Christmas has lead the G-Men in tackles and looks to keep the opponents at bey. ASU is paced by QB Kobie Jones 66-118-4 476 yards and 2 scores. RB George Golden leads a bevy of rushers for the Hornets. The Hornet’s defense has picked up since Donald Hill-Eley took over as head coach. It’s seems to me that Hill-Eley put more emphasis on the defense and it shows as the “Hornet Swarm” has came to life.

Realsportsrealtalk prediction…..Grambling State 38-14


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Southern 6-3 , 4-1 ( SWAC )                                   Texas Southern 1-7 ,  1-4 ( SWAC )

Coach Dawson Odums and his Southern Jaguars escaped with a 37-31 controversial victory over PVAMU. Odums wasn’t happy with the team effort and as he talked about playing a complete game instead of only playing a half at his midweek press conference. Odums expects the Jaguars to play a complete game as the travel to Houston to take on the Texas Southern Tigers. Southern’s QB Austin Howard played lights out against PVAMU and look to continue that against TSU porous defense. Howard leads the Jaguar attack with 1624 yards and 15 scores. RB Herb Edwards 741 yards and 4 scores along with Devin Benn’s 373 yards and 3 scores lead the ground game.  WR Jacory Washington, K.Catalon and TE Dillon Beard lead the Jaguars air game. TSU coming off a 38-21 victory over lowly MVSU is paced by new QB sensation Elijah Odoms , RB Brad Woodard and WR Darvin Kirsy.

Realsportsrealtalk prediction……Southern 42-21


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Arkansas-Pine Bluff 2-7 , 1-4 (SWAC)                                 Prairie View 3-5 , 2-3 ( SWAC)


Coach Willie Simmons and his Panthers still have a sour taste in their mouth after suffering a controversial 37-31 lost to Southern. The Panthers however will have an opportunity to take their frustrations out as UAPB visits Panther Stadium. PVAMU will be paced by QB Neiko Hollins 776 yards and 10 td’s. RB Sta’Fon McCray and Dawonya Tucker have combined for nearly 800 yards rushing and 9 scores. WR KhaDarel Hodge leads the Panther air attack. UAPB is coming off a tough loss to Grambling 31-26 but look for that same momentum to carry over against the Panthers. UAPB is paced by QB Brandon Duncan , RB KerShawn Williams and WR Tyrin Ralph.

Realsportsrealtalk Prediction……PVAMU 42-17


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Jackson State 1-8 , 1-5 ( SWAC)                                    AAMU 3-6, 3-2 ( SWAC)

Jackson State is slowly making their way into the record books for the wrong reasons as the Tigers season is sort of a lost. The Tigers visit Huntsville, Alabama to take on the AAMU Bulldogs. JSU is coming off a loss to Alabama State 13-3 and it doesn’t get any better as they take on a team looking to finish the season strong at home. JSU is lead by RB Jordan Johnson. AAMU on the other hand looks to get back into the win column , is paced by QB Aqeel Glass and WR Isaiah Bailey.


Realsportsreatalk Prediction…….AAMU 35-14



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Mississippi Valley State 2-7, 1-4 (SWAC)                               Alcorn State 6-3 ,  5-1 (SWAC)


Mississippi Valley State travels down south to Lorman, Miss to take on the Alcorn State Braves in what could be the game that advance the Braves to Houston. MVSU is coming off a 38-21 loss to Texas Southern . The Delta Devils will put the ball into QB Chris Fowler’s hand and hopefully he can add to his 1465 passing yardage and connect with WR Quinn McElfresh and Booker Chambers. Alcorn State will look to QB Noah Johnson to lead the Braves offense. RB DeLance Turner and WR Norlando Veals will look to add more stats to their numbers against lowly Valley.

Realsportsrealtalk Prediction……Alcorn State 63-6….

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–Montgomery Advertiser


Alabama State University athletic department has had it’s ups and downs over the last year or so. It started with former university president Gwen Boyd being terminated due to mismanaging the direction of the university. Boyd signed off on several bad decisions such as the Steve Harvey deal which included his company running the Hornet’s Turkey Day Classic with the school receiving minimal compensation as well as the hiring of former coach Brian Jenkins who was paid a hefty salary and not producing enough wins for a program that use to average 7 or more wins yearly under his predecessor Reggie Barlow. Former Athletic Director Melvin Hines was also fired in the process. Now steps in a new president with new ideas for getting the athletic and football program going in the right direction. Brian Jenkins was fired the next day after losing to Alcorn State at home leaving  the Hornets at 0-5. ASU administration pulled the plug on the Jenkins experiment and hired an experienced former head coach in Donald Hill-Eley to lead the program for the remainder of the season. Hill-Eley was hired by Jenkins as a WR coach. Hill-Eley has tons of experience and looked like the best candidate for the job at the time. Hill-Eley responded in huge fashion taking the win less program on the road and defeating Texas Southern for the teams first win. That win was badly needed for the struggling program . Hill-Eley later lead the Hornets to their second victory over in state rival AAMU 21-16 in the Magic City Classic. That win was huge as the Hornet faithful begin to believe again. Hill- Eley followed up with a huge win at Jackson State 13-3 which put the Hornets a game behind east leader Alcorn State. Hill-Eley had done something that Brian Jenkins hasn’t done……win ball games and win ball games back to back to back. Many may believe that Hill-Eley has cemented himself as a prime candidate to replace Jenkins. Others believe that with a new president comes a new football coach. However, time will tell. Right Now, Hill-Eley and his staff have bigger fish to fry as the SWAC’S best, Grambling State Tigers visit Montgomery for a key SWAC showdown which would allow Hill-Eley to gauge his teams improvement over the last month or so. Grambling struggled to defeat UAPB 31-26 , however Coach Fobbs and his G-MEN are not taking the Hornets lightly. Hill -Eley has added a few new wrinkles to the teams play book as well as produced the second best defense in the league thus far. The Hornet’s SWARM has played lights out in their 3 straight victories. If Donald Hill-Eley can get his Hornets up and ready and pull off a huge upset, the ASU nation will then now believed that they may have found their new permanent head coach. Only time will tell. But as of now, Donald Hill-Eley just wants to concentrate on coaching his team and would like no other than to continue to coach the Hornets there after………………………realsportsrealtalk

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Jaguars survive PVAMU’S scare…G-MEN tough it out in Pine Pluff….Hornets roll on…..Alcorn gets back on track…..TSU eats well in the Delta…….


–BR Advocate—

Week 10 of college football basically separated to contenders from the pretenders. Alabama and Georgia looked like contenders while LSU and South Carolina looked like bridesmaids. In SWAC Football, Southern University and Alcorn State produced contender like games as both the Jaguars and Braves won at home to stay in contention for the SWAC title. Southern fought off a tough and proven PVAMU Panther team to win 37-31 in Baton Rouge. QB Austin Howard saved his best for last as the Jaguars celebrated Senior Day on the Bluff. Howard passed for 404 yards and 4 scores to pace the Jaguars. WR K. Catalon caught 6 balls for 175 yards. TE Dillon Beard caught 5 ball for 90 yards and 2 scores. RB Herb Edwards added a score as well. Not to be out done, PVAMU’S QB Niko Hollins passed for 242 yards and 3 scores. RB S. MccRAY rushed for 138 yards and 1 score. The Jaguars held on for dear life at the end to stave off a Panther rally. The win keeps Southern behind Grambling for a possible key showdown in New Orleans. 

Alcorn Runs All Over AAMU in 47-22 Victory; McCullough Breaks School Field Goal Record

—Alcorn State Sports–

Alcorn State, fresh off a bye week needed little time to dispose of the AAMU Bulldogs 47-22 on the reservation. RB P.J. Simmons and DeLance Turner and a long with QB Noah Johnson combined for 416 yards rushing and 5 scores to pace the Braves. AAMU suffered it’s second lost and looks like Coach James Spady’s seat just over heated again. The Bulldogs were paced by QB Aquill Glass 142 yards passing and 1 score. RB Johnathan Bentley rushed for 134 yards and 1 score as well. 

Tigers hold off Golden Lions

—GSU Sports—–

The Grambling Tigers fought off a tough and challenging bunch of Lions in Pine Bluff 31-26. UAPB gave the Tigers a run for their money as they matched tit for tat until the Tigers defense rose to the occasion and stop the Lions in the red zone. GSU was paced by QB DeVante Kincade 254 yards passing and 3 scores. UAPB played hard and fought but the G-MEN were a bit too much for the Lions in the end. 


—Bama State Sports—-

Alabama State and interim coach Donald Hill-Eley continue their magical win streak as the Hornets ruined Jackson State’s homecoming 13-3. Alabama State defense played lights out against the slumping Tigers limiting them to only 3 points the entire ball game. The Hornets clawed and scratched as QB D. Pearson rushed for 53 yards and 1 score. After building a lead the Hornets kept the Tigers at bey. 



–MVSU athletics

Texas Southern traveled to the Delta and got their first win of the season against a slumping MVSU team 38-21. Coach Haywood struggling with youth on his team finally got the monkey off his back as QB Elijah Odom ran for 172 yards and two touchdowns to pace the Tigers. RB Brad Woodard added 84 yards rushing and another score as well. MVSU was paced by QB Chris Fowler 313 yards passing and 3 scores. WR Q McElfresh caught 5 balls for 135 yards and 3 scores as well. 

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PRAIRIE VIEW A&M (3-4, 2-2 SWAC)                                      SOUTHERN (5-3, 3-1 SWAC)

Week 10 of college football has some great match ups that will decide the faith of postseason for some and the end for others. LSU travels to Alabama in what could be a key cog in that SEC and national race. In SWAC play, the game of the week features Coach Willie Simmons and his PVAMU Panthers traveling into hostile territory to take on the surging Southern Jaguars in Baton Rouge. This game is a make or break game for the Jaguars as they try to keep pace with the west leader Grambling State Tigers. However, for PVAMU, it could be a win that adds to a somewhat mediocre season. The Panthers will be paced by QB  Lavell McCullers (71-143-901-5 TDs-1 INT) , however back up QB Neiko Hollins played well against Bacone College could be asked to do the same against the tough Jaguar defense. RB  Sta’fon McCray (50 carries, 330 yds, 4 TDs) and WR  Khadarel Hodge (24 rec., 410 yds, 6 TDs) could also pose a threat as well.  Anthony Stubbs (46) tackles leads a proven Panther defense. Southern’s QB Austin seems to be finding his groove after having an injured plague early season. Howard’s   (102-173-1,219 yds-11 TDs-3 INTs) , RB  Herb Edwards 118 carries, 645 yds, 3 TDs) and WR Jamar Washington (29 rec., 333 yds, 3 TDs) will be ready to test the Panther defense. TE Dillon Beard and RB Devin Benn will add to the Jaguar mix.

Realsportsrealtalk Prediction……..Southern 49-35


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GRAMBLING STATE (7-1, 4-0 SWAC                    ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF (2-6, 1-3 SWAC)

The Grambling Tigers ranked #12 will put their paws on the road and travel to Pine Bluff, Arkansas to battle the struggling but scary UAPB Lions. The G-Men’s Broderick Fobbs doesn’t see this game as a trap game, however he has stated that the Tigers will not take anyone lightly. GSU will be paced by QB : Devante Kincade (125-209-1,779-13 TDs, 2 INTs) , RB : Martez Carter (106 carries, 590 yds, 6 TDs) and WR  Darrell Clark (23 rec., 278 yds, 4 TDs). Coach Everett Todd’s defense has played lights out.  De’Arius Christmas (60) leads a stout Tiger defense. UAPB enters this game with some scoring tenacity scoring 40 points however losing to a tough Southern team 47-40 in Little Rock last weekend. UAPB will be paced by  LeEarl Patterson (55-105-852 yards-4 TDs-2 INTs). QB Brandon Duncan may again be pulling the trigger as a possible replacement if Patterson struggles. RB : Keshawn Williams (107 carries, 611 yds, 7 TDs) is the SWAC ‘s best. WR  Tyrin Ralph (35 rec., 303 yds, 1 TD) can be dangerous also.

Realsportsrealtalk Prediction…..Grambling 56- 24


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ALABAMA STATE (2-5, 2-2 SWAC)                                    JACKSON STATE (1-7, 1-3 SWAC)

Alabama State seem to have found a game plan that’s working as interim Head Coach Donald Hill-Eley has gotten off to a 2-0 start leading the Hornets to wins over Texas Southern and AAMU. The Hornets are starting to believe as the travel to Jackson to take on the Jackson State Tigers for their Homecoming. ASU will counter with QB  Kobie Jones (66-118-476 yds-2 TDs-4 INTs) , RB : George Golden (46 carries, 245 yds, 0 TD) and WR : Willis White (16 rec.,178 yds, 1 TD. The JSU Tigers come into the contest fresh off their first win of the season at MVSU 24-5. Coach Tony Hughes made some whole sale changes and it seems to be working. JSU will be paced by QB Jordan Williams (24-40-234 yds-3 TDs-2 INTs), RB  Jordan Johnson (104 carries, 578 yds, 5 TDs) and WR  Carle Ollie (23 rec., 194 yds, 0 TD. 

Realsportsrealtalk Prediction….JSU 17-14


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ALABAMA A&M (3-5, 3-2 SWAC)                                 ALCORN STATE (5-3, 3-1 SWAC )  

Coach James Spady’s bubble may have burst with last weeks lost to ASU in the Magic City Classic. However, the AAMU Bulldogs still have a chance for post season as they travel into Mississippi to take on the Alcorn State Braves. AAMU will counter with QB Aqeel Glass (74-146-861 yds, 3 TDs, 6 INTs , RB  Trevon Walters (91 carries, 380 yds, 3 TDs) and WR  Octavious Miles (22 rec., 290 yds, 1 TD). Coach Fred McNair still has a sour taste in his mouth from his team’s last outing losing to Grambling 41-14. Having a week off to get things straight may not bode well for the Bulldogs. The Braves will counter with QB  Lenorris Footman (120-198-1,556 yds-9 TDs, 4 INTs) , hopefully back from injury. If not, Noah Johnson may get the call to lead the Braves attack. RB  De’Lance Turner (118 carries, 894 yds, 5 TDs) and WR  Norlando Veals (31 rec., 524 yds, 3 TDs) will add to the mix.

Realsportsrealtalk Prediction……Alcorn State  42-14


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Texas Southern enters this week as the only team in conference win less. Coach Mike Haywood has stated that there is a youth movement happening with his team. Inexperience has cost the Tigers most of the season if not all. TSU will look to do what Jackson State did a week ago in the Delta and that’s to win. TSU will counter with QB  Dominic DeLira (66-122-664 yds, 2 TDs, 5 INTs) , however it was back up Elijah Odom that provided the spark for the Tigers in a loss to Grambling last week. RB  Brad Woodward (53 carries, 199 yds, TD) and WR Darvin Kidsy (31 rec., 406 yds, 2 TDs) have been mainstays for the Tigers. MVSU on the other hand was thought to be going in the right direction before running into a 0-6 JSU team losing at home. The Delta Devils look to get it right this time as another win less team visits Rice- Totten Stadium. MVSU will look to QB  Christopher Fowler (107-155-1,152 yards-3 TDs-6 INTs) and WR  Quinn McElfresh (39 rec., 589 yds, 1 TD) to get the Devils a victory.

Realsportsrealtalk Prediction……TSU 24-21



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