Reggie Barlow, who played at Alabama State before a career in the NFL, leads his alma mater against Bethune-Cookman in the MEAC/SWAC Challenge.
The MEAC and SWAC are filled with great players every season. Here are a few to keep an eye on for 2010.
After playing the waiting game at Alabama State, Jay Pack is now showcasing his talents for the Hornets.
Alabama State is off to a 3-0 start, and the biggest reason why is the play of quarterback Kelcy Luke.
Shaheer McBride and Akeem Green are two big reasons why Delaware State is off to a 2-0 start.
Hampton defensive end Kendall Langford is expected to have another huge season, writes Donald Hunt.
There isn't a postseason bid on the line, but the Florida Classic between Florida A&M and Bethune-Cookman is always special, writes Donald Hunt.
Hampton enjoyed a successful campaign in 2006, but it will have to replace some key players to stay on top next season, writes Donald Hunt.
After a one-year absence due to Hurricane Katrina, the Bayou Classic between Grambling and Southern returns to the Superdome, writes Donald Hunt.
A pair of SEC transfers, who also happen to be brothers, have had record-setting careers at Alabama A&M, writes Donald Hunt.
Despite a nagging injury, Hampton RB Alonzo Coleman now owns the MEAC career-rushing record, writes Donald Hunt.
After a rocky start, quarterback Cleveland McCoy has South Carolina State in the MEAC title hunt, writes Donald Hunt.
No one expected Arkansas-Pine Bluff to compete in the SWAC this season, but the Golden Lions have become a team to watch, writes Donald Hunt.
New Jackson State head coach Rick Comegy is off to a fast start leading the Golden Tigers, writes Donald Hunt.