Morgan’s Bozeman: ‘Everybody Played A Part. It’s Not Just Me.’


During an interview posted on Thursday by HBCU Gameday, Morgan State head coach Todd Bozeman stated that there are “a lot of people to thank” for his tremendous achievement to set a school record with 167 career wins, adding, “everybody played a part in it…so, it’s not just me,” and stated the moment was special.

Morgan State Athletics also noted that Bozeman has accumulated 167 wins in 11 seasons:

Bozeman has led Morgan State to two NCAA Tournament appearances in 2009 and 2010 and an NIT appearance in 2008. The Bears have also won three MEAC Tournaments (1977, 2009 and 2010) and advanced to six conference championships in the past 10 seasons.

Morgan State currently holds an 82-39 record at Talmadge L. Hill Field House under Bozeman. He has won at least 10 home games three times at Morgan State – 2007-08 (12-1); 2009-10 (11-1); and 2010-11 (10-2).

Bozeman said he wanted to thank his family and commented on the team’s play, saying he was pretty disappointed at them at halftime for a few reasons but “they fought hard.” You can check out the video below.

Morgan State's Todd Bozeman reflects on setting wins record

Morgan State Bears coach Todd Bozeman became the school's all-time winningest coach with their comeback win on Monday night. We caught up with him after the game to get some exclusive insight on his career at the helm of the Morgan State University basketball program.

Posted by HBCU Gameday on Thursday, January 26, 2017