This has been a “what if” football season for the Virginia State University Trojans. During the homecoming game this weekend, Trojans fans can’t help but ask “What if?” regarding three painful road losses that has VSU on the outside looking in at CIAA title and NCAA aspirations.
Virginia Union University faces long odds Tuesday, Oct. 23, when Coach Jay Butler’s Panthers play powerhouse Duke University in an exhibition basketball game in Durham, N.C. Tipoff is 7 p.m. at Cameron Indoor Stadium on Duke’s campus.
Armstrong High School’s Edward Curtis Jr. plays his rugged brand of football with more than just flesh and bone. The senior is also fueled by a brimming tank of emotion.
Virginia Union University sits alone in first place in the CIAA Northern Division, but staying there won’t be easy. The Panthers are atop a slippery perch.
Two proven college big men and an All-State guard are among the additions to a Virginia State University basketball program that is the pre-season pick to win the CIAA title.
Mo Alie-Cox made his reputation in sneakers. Now he’s trying to make a living in cleats.
Two senior quarterbacks with glistening credentials will be center stage Saturday, Oct. 13, in Bowie, Md.
Looking back, Virginia Union University football has been on a historical roll. Gazing ahead, there are bumps in the road.
Coach James Franklin is in position to make history one day. It possibly could happen as early as this season. The talented Penn State coach seems a strong bet to become the first African-American coach to win an NCAA collegiate football title on the highest level.
The 2018 Virginia State University football team is starting to look a lot like the 2017 version, which is exciting news around Ettrick.