In this special Thanksgiving edition of the podcast, Kenn and Jeff recap North Carolina Central’s decisive win over North Carolina A&T to win the MEAC football championship. They preview the Bayou Classic showdown between Grambling State and Southern University and take a moment to discuss the reaction of some Alcorn State fans to an article published by Kenn detailing possible SWAC paths to the Celebration Bowl. Also, the two talk about Prairie View being left out of the FCS playoffs for the second straight year.

Listen to “E6: NCCU Wins, PV Snubbed, Bayou Classic and Alcorn Fans Cry” on Spreaker.

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  1. Julius Coxswain

    Y’all boys playing the race card and when it should not be played. Illinois State played Northwestern, which is in the Big 10, and beat Northwestern. I still do not think ISU should have received an at-large bid, but ISU did beat an FBS school.

    The View finished third in its division and did not beat a team with a winning record all season. The Panthers did not deserve an at-large bid.

    What more can be done? Beat good teams in other FCS conferences and beat teams in your conference that have a winning record. Also, play the SWAC Championship game before the FCS playoffs begin.

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  2. Julius Coxswain

    Also, Alcorn fans need to get over themselves. I am 100 percent sure the SWAC, ESPN, and Black college football fans who do not root for Alcorn want Grambling to win the SWAC.

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    • Dollar J

      Naw we’re not mad at Grambling we want them to beat southern too, so we can prove to everyone that Alcorn deserve to be in the Celebration Bowl if we win the Swac Championship, so Bring it.

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  3. Irma Griffin

    I noticed a Grambling fan making a comment about Southern’s home attendance this year. But some seem to have forgotten the great flood in August. Many Southern fans lost everything and many are still trying to get back in their homes. There were and are bigger issues than football in Baton Rouge right now and how quick we forget when we are not involved? So instead of criticizing Southern’s attendance, maybe you should give thanks that you are not dealing with what a lot of Southernites are dealing with this Thanksgiving.

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      • Irma Griffin

        Under SWAC championship attendance, GSUper Tiger said that S.U. was not holding up its part of the deal with the 7,000 and 10,000 attendance at its last two home games. Attendance has been off period this year and the flooding does have something to do with it. I am not able to post or I would have put this there.

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