Monday, September 18, 2017

HBCU College Football MEAC Wrap Up Show! 9*18*17 - Vol. 2 2nd Edition

For every mountain You’ve brought me over! For every trial You’ve seen me through! For every blessing….Hallelujah! For this I give You praise!!!

Good morning, good afternoon or good evening! Whichever time of day you find your ears listening to the sound that is flowing from your speakers! This is CeeJay, C-E-E-J-A-Y! Welcome back to CeeJay’s Spiritual Sports Segment HBCU Edition for the 2017 –’18 Football Season and if you don’t know what HBCU stands for….Google it! Ha! Nonetheless comma I digress as I Sprinkle a Little Spiritually in your Sports! It’s your uncle, your next door neighbor looking out for ya and your shoulder, when you need to lean! Without further delay, Let’s Do This!!!



Kicking off in MEAC as there still plenty of non-conference games to go along with some lopsided wins as West Virginia manhandled Delaware State 59 – 16 as Will Grier tossed the rock for 304 yards and notched 3 TD’s, Howard was ran over by Richmond 68 – 21 as QB Kyle Lauletta threw for 290 yards and accounted for uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco and seis touchdowns! Over in the state of South Carolina, Johnson C. Smith was SHUT OUT by South Carolina State 41 – 0 as the Bulldogs came up with 2 INT’s, Montana simply outclassed Savannah State 56 – 3 as Montana’s quarterback threw 3 TD’s, Norfolk State traveled to James Madison and got walloped 75 – 14 with Trai Sharp carrying the rock for 130 yards and a score, Morgan State was SHUT OUT by Rutgers 65 – 0 as Raheem Blackshear toted the rock for 2 TD’s, meanwhile North Carolina A&T held their own
against Charlotte 35 – 31 as Malik Wilson caught a TD toss, Hampton notched another win with a SHUT OUT against Livingstone 59 – 0 as quarterback Brendon Greene and Yahkee Johnson each score 3 TD’s. Over in the country music capital of the world in Tennessee, Tennessee State got passed FAMU 24 – 13 as Steven Newbold had 117 receiving yards and a score and finally, Bethune Cookman was SHUT OUT by Florida Atlantic 45 – 0 as Gregory Howard, Jr carried the rock for 175 yards and a TD.


This sports segment is dedicated to all first responders, National Guard, civilians, neighbors, various organizations and many, many more who gave of their time, their donations, their prayers, their money, their blood and so much more to help those in dire need from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey in residence city of Houston and all of Southeast Texas….may God each bless you all.

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