South Carolina State Hires Chennis Berry

South Carolina State has hired Chennis Berry from NCAA Division II Benedict College as the next head coach of the Bulldogs. Berry went 27-7 overall and 17-4 in SIAC games with two SIAC Championships and two Division II Playoff appearances in three seasons. Berry was hired by Benedict in 2020 but the college did not … Read more

Four FCS Games Already Impacted by Hurricane Ian’s Presence

Four FCS games – Eastern Washington at Florida, South Carolina State at South Carolina, Campbell at North Carolina Central, and Stetson at San Diego – have been impacted by the impending arrival of Hurricane Ian on the gulf shores of Florida. Both Eastern Washington and South Carolina State saw their games moved from the original … Read more

10 FCS Versus FBS Games We Are Looking Forward to Watching for the 2021 Season

The 2021 season has plenty of opportunities to watch our beloved FCS teams square off against FBS foes. In fact, there are 117 such games scheduled for the upcoming season. We’re excited to see these games back on the docket so let’s take a look at 10 of the FCS versus FBS games that we … Read more

MEAC Spring Schedule Revealed; Tarleton State Releases Spring Schedule

The MEAC announced a few crucial details on Thursday alongside its spring football schedule. The MEAC originally released major details in August but have since clarified some points. On Thursday, the MEAC stipulated that the Northern Division teams – Delaware State, Howard, Morgan State, and Norfolk State – will play each other twice. Meanwhile, the … Read more

FCS Teams Announce Two New Games, One Rescheduled; MEAC Reveals Spring Schedule

FCS programs are still busy scheduling for the 2020 season after Tuesday’s news. Two new games were scheduled, one was rescheduled, and another game scheduled for 2020 will take place in the future. The Citadel announced a change of date for its game against Clemson. Instead of playing on Saturday, November 14, the two teams … Read more

MEAC Cancels Fall Sports

The MEAC will be canceling fall sports according to a report from HBCU Gameday. The MEAC has also confirmed the news that fall sports will be suspended but left open the possibility of moving sports to the spring. The MEAC will be following the lead of two other FCS conferences in canceling fall sports – … Read more

Delaware State Staying in the MEAC

After an exodus that began three years ago, the MEAC can finally celebrate some good news. The Delaware State Hornets, rumored to be the next school likely to leave the MEAC, will not be leaving the conference according to university President Dr. Tony Allen. It has been a rough time for the MEAC in recent … Read more

Is the End Approaching for the MEAC?

Editor’s note: This article was written hours before the news of Bethune-Cookman’s official departure from the MEAC. The hits keep on coming for the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC). After the news that Florida A&M was leaving for the SWAC three weeks ago, reports have surfaced that two remaining members – Bethune-Cookman and Delaware State – … Read more