Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association
As the eve of the D2 Football Championship is upon us, there's some criticism/questions going around that have raised a few eyebrows. Do you root for the Winston Salem State because they are an HBCU or do you cheer for Valdosta State? Since Valdosta State is a Predominantly White Institution (PWI), there might be some people cheering for the HBCU simply because there has never been an HBCU football national champion on the D2 level.
As an HBCU Alum from Fayetteville State University
Updated 12-13-2012 at 09:19 PM by Gilberto Alvarado
The Winston Salem State Rams have advance to the D2 Football National Championship game in Florence, Alabama by handily defeating the West Texas A & M Buffaloes, 41-18. The Rams winning is historic on so many levels, the sisterhood and brotherhood of HBCU's will be united for this event. Yes, event, its not just a game, its an event of historical implications.
Their opponent, two time national champion and D2 power, Valdosta State University. A team with championship pedigree and
Updated 12-11-2012 at 10:56 PM by Gilberto Alvarado
My oh my, here we go again! The Winston Salem State Rams played one of the most exciting football games I have ever witnessed as theY pulled out a come from behind victory against Indiana (PA) 21-17.
This was a gut wrenching performance for the Winston Salem State Rams as their resilience was tested for the first time all season. Starting Rams QB Anthony Carrothers was 10 for 25 for 259 yards, 1TD and 1INT in the game. Carrothers seemed to be in full control of the game going into
Updated 12-04-2012 at 01:25 PM by Gilberto Alvarado
Winston-Salem State's All-American candidate quarterback Kameron Smith had not played since the CIAA Championship game on November 10th. The senior injured his shoulder in that game and even a first round playoff bye was not enough time for him to be ready. He dressed, but did not play in the Rams' second round victory over Shippensburg and as the quarterfinal game with IUP went deeper into the second half, it appeared he would once again, be a spectator.
However, Smith did enter
Updated 12-02-2012 at 10:20 AM by Chuck Bitner
IUP traveled north to New Haven last Saturday and left town with a tight 17-14 victory over the previously unbeaten Chargers. The Crimson Hawks were out performed in many facets of the game, but the final score is the only stat that really matters. The Crimson Hawks will now head south and hit the road to Winston-Salem, North Carolina to take on the 12-0 Winston-Salem State Rams.
The Rams maintained their perfect season by dominating Shippensburg’s thrilling passing attack and by
Updated 11-29-2012 at 10:48 AM by Chuck Bitner