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The Black Beat: ‘Grambling Transfer Miguel Mendez Eager To Uphold G-Men’s Historic National Title’

E'Vonne Gipson writes at The Black Beat that Miguel Mendez, a California native, is thrilled to play on a team that's winning like Grambling State...

Big Apple Classic 2011 Brings HBCUs to the Bright Lights of New York City

Out of the shadows of the Civil War, historically black colleges and universities were created to make educational advancements and bring order to the...

Record-Setting Howard Grad Signs With CFL

As quarterback hopefuls try to impress at the NFL Scouting Combine, Greg McGhee already can call himself a professional. The former Perry Traditional Academy and...

Gallery / Video – Nations Football Classic 2012 Howard vs Morehouse

The Nation's Football Classic is a black college football game held annually at RFK Stadium in Washington, DC. https://hbcubuzz.com Video by Nick Beauregard Host Jae Murphy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0S-uvgsy6pk&list=UUw733n18j-Z0KF_r-zHAdfQ&index=0&feature=plcp

Morehouse College Community Mourns Loss of Longtime Head Basketball Coach Grady Brewer

How Morehouse College is mourning the loss of its legendary basketball coach Grady Brewer. Learn about this Morehouse alum's lengthy legacy in a post...

These HBCU Grads Are 2019 NFL Playoffs Bound

Tarik Cohen - NCAT - Chicago Bears Tarik North Carolina A&T University grad became the first NFL rookie to record a rushing, receiving, passing and...

2012 CIAA Tournament & 100th Anniversary Celebration

HAMPTON, Va. – The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) anticipates the largest Tournament in the history of the iconic Conference. The planning committee prepares to...

NCCU Beats FAMU in Blowout Fashion

North Carolina Central's 85-43 win over FAMU extends their home winning streak to 32 games (the 3rd longest in Division 1 basketball), in blowout...

FAMU Officially Joins As Member of the SWAC

Florida A&M University has officially joined the SWAC after over 40 years as a member of the MEAC. Get the exciting full story and...

Mississippi Valley Hires Jessica Kern as Women’s Basketball Head Coach

On April 4th, Monday Morning, Mississippi Valley State University announced at a press conference that Jessica Kern will now serve as head coach of...

Spring Hill College Gets First SIAC Win

The Spring Hill College  men’s basketball team earned a Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  home victory versus the Fort Valley State University  Wildcats by a...

Grambling State Reassigns Both Basketball Coaches

Grambling State University has reassigned both men's basketball coach Bobby Washington and women's coach Donnita Rogers to positions within the department. In three years as...

HBCU Alumni Quanera Hayes Dominates The Track

Livingstone College Alumni Quanera Hayes has made her dominant "I am here!" statement in the Track and Field world. After college, Hayes went on to sign...

Bethune-Cookman Athletics Announces 2012 Hall of Fame Class

Bethune-Cookman University announced today (September 1, 2012) its 12-member 2012 Hall of Fame Class that will be honored during festivities on campus, and in the community, on Hall...

VIDEO – Paterno acknowleges Grambling’s Robinson and Florida A&M’s Gaither in his speech

Joe Paterno and the Penn State Nittany Lions beat Illinois, 10-7, on Saturday. The win was the 409th in Paterno’s career moving him past Grambling’s Eddie Robinson on the all-time list.

Lady Marauders Earn First Road Win

The Central State Lady Marauders picked up their first road win of the season with a 73-66 victory over Alderson Broaddus. From CSU's athletic site, "The Battlers...

Lady Rams Basketball Release 2016-2017 Schedule

ALBANY, GA – After finishing with a 15-13 overall record and a disappointing exit in the second round of the 2016 SIAC tournament, the...

Polk’s promotion opens a Women’s Basketball Spot at Bowie State

Change had nothing to do with wins & losses. We simply needed more help administratively,” said Goff,