A record number of football fans attended HBCU Classics this year, and five HBCU Football Classics made our list based on attendance in 2017.
Football, Basketball and More: Keep Up With Black College Sports
Few things on an HBCU campus drive the level of excitement as black college sports. There are football classics, fall basketball games and who can forget homecoming? Whichever campus you attend, HBCU sports are sure to be a source of campus pride and passion and HBCU Lifestyle is here to keep you up to date with the latest in black college sports.
Black college sports don’t take a break when school’s out. There are classic schedules being announced, team swaps and even news on graduation rates among HBCU sports athletes. During the year, there are tournaments, Hall of Fame announcements and more.
Black college sports are serious business. Check back often to get the latest on your favorite team.
Love Black College football? See our 2017 HBCU Classics football schedule that begins on Labor Day weekend and ends in mid-December.
The HBCU Homecoming event is one of the best parts of the Black College experience for students, faculty, and alumni. See our list of dates to attend.
Fans can take pictures with the trophy, post them on social media with the hashtag of the trophy tour to win a VIP Experience at the Celebration Bowl.
Jackson State Athletics has earned the N4A program certification; becoming the 1st in the SWAC and only the 3rd HBCU to achieve the designation.
Alcorn State University Braves will soon boast the nation’s largest HBCU owned video scoreboard when the 2016 season kicks off at Spinks-Casem Stadium this fall.
Representatives from NASCAR visited Alcorn State University in hopes of finding the sport’s next generation of pit crew members to train in Charlotte, NC.
Comedian Steve Harvey announced on April 2nd a special partnership with Alabama State University with plans to reignite the Turkey Day Classic. He said he is going to use his influence to bring “Hollywood to ASU” for homecoming 2016.