2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
0-0, 1st in SWAC - East
26d

The Right Time: Spencer Hall on the Big Ten's return to play, Deion Sanders at Jackson State and more

Bomani and Spencer Hall discuss the difficulties in getting the 2020 CFB season off the mark (0:17), the Big Ten getting “bullied” into playing (9:21), the commitment of coach Deion Sanders at Jackson State (25:42), Southern University’s band and Spencer’s time playing in the Florida band (34:44) as well as revisiting the Jake Garcia high school transfer situation in Valdosta Georgia (38:14).

Vincent: Deion Sanders will raise awareness of HBCUs (1:11)
27d
28d

CFB Pod: The guys preview Week 1 in the SEC and the rest of Saturday's slate. Plus, Adam Rittenberg on the postponement of Notre Dame-Wake Forest

Kevin Negandhi kicks off the podcast with Adam Rittenberg (1:07) as they discuss the postponement of Notre Dame-Wake Forest and Adam’s belief that all FBS leagues will have some variation of a fall season. Then, David Pollack joins Negandhi to talk about Jackson State hiring Deion Sanders as its head coach, LSU’s freshman tight end Arik Gilbert, year three for Jeremy Pruitt at Tennessee, Oklahoma State’s struggles, Army-Cincinnati and Pollack’s Dude of the Week. Plus, the guys make their picks for the week (11:50).

Falcons' onside kick blunder made Deion exasperated (1:56)
28d
Prime Time felt it was time to get into coaching (2:23)
24d
Deion Sanders arrives at Jackson St. in Prime Time fashion (1:57)
29d
16d

HBCU 468: Taking classes in a pandemic, the NBA playoffs and more

The Rhoden Fellows podcast returns for a new season with a new class of fellows! Marissa, Alex, Jayla, Ashton, Parker and Jonathan, alongside Bill Rhoden, speak on how remote learning has been so far this semester and what an HBCU bubble would look like if it existed. Plus, the fellows give their analysis of who they think will be the 2020 NBA Champions.

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65dAlex Scarborough

SWAC details spring football plan with Feb. start

The SWAC announced it will begin its spring football season on Feb. 27, with a plan to play the conference championship game on May 1.

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93dHeather Dinich

SWAC lays out plans to move football to spring

The SWAC has joined other conferences in postponing fall sports, but it is the first to announce specific plans to move football to the spring, including a six-game conference schedule with games beginning in late February or early March.

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126dMark Schlabach

Longtime HBCU game canceled over coronavirus

Jackson State and Tennessee State were scheduled to play in the 31st Southern Heritage Classic on Sept. 12, but the game has been canceled. It is believed to be the first college football game canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Jackson State RB turns botched snap into incredible TD (0:41)
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