2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
7-3, 2nd in MEAC
29d

Fields passes South Carolina State past Morgan State 24-10

Corey Fields threw a pair of long, second-half touchdown passes and South Carolina State built a three-touchdown lead going into the fourth quarter and held on to beat Morgan State, 24-10 in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference battle Saturday night.

36d

Florida A&M rallies late to beat South Carolina State 42-38

Ryan Stanley threw for a career-high 427 yards and had three touchdowns including a scoring strike to Kamari Young with just over a minute remaining to secure the win as Florida A&M beat South Carolina State 42-38 on Saturday afternoon.

McCloud goes deep to Ford for 42-yard TD (0:29)
64d
78d

South Carolina State stuns Wofford 28-13

— Tyrece Nick had a touchdown pass and ran for a score and South Carolina State picked off four passes en route to a stunning 28-13 victory over Wofford in a season opener for both teams on Saturday.

Georgia Southern quarterback Werts runs in for a 23-yard TD (0:23)
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2y

AP FCS All-America Team

Defending national champion and top-ranked James Madison placed three players on The Associated Press FCS All-America first team, more than any other school.

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MEAC Offensive Player of the Year Lamar Raynard (right) of North Carolina A & T and Defensive Player of the Year Darius Leonard (left) of South Carolina State, with their awards in New York Tuesday at the National Football Foundation press conference.

Samuel takes it 89 yards to the house (0:31)
2y
SC State scores on a pick-six (0:18)
2y
Ford airs it out for SC State TD (0:26)
2y
Samuel breaks free for long SC State TD (0:23)
2y
Ramadan gets leveled on two-point conversion attempt (0:27)
2y
Caldwell throws 38-yard strike to McCoy for TD (0:44)
2y
North Carolina Central's Ramadan finds Murphy for TD (0:41)
2y
Southern's Odums: 'It was our best versus their best' (1:25)
2y
Southerns' Odums: 'Guys locked in' (0:19)
2y
Benn's 27-yard dash gives Jags early lead (0:41)
2y
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3y

Team National win NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

Mike Martz, the former Rams head coach, had a message ready for his team when they met to prepare for the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl.