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  • Injury is hidden benefit for HU QB Herb Bynes

    While Herb Bynes watched, he learned. Bynes, Hampton University's junior quarterback, missed most of the Pirates' first two games after seriously injuring his ankle in a spring scrimmage. He didn't enjoy standing on the sideline, but he made use of his...
  • No. 11 Hurricanes beat Florida A&M 48-16

    MIAMI (AP) — Already trailing the Miami Hurricanes by three touchdowns, Florida A&M tried lining up on defense with 13 players. That didn't work either. The referee threw a flag and sent two Rattlers to the sideline, and four plays later the...
  • HU's first Hall of Fame class isn't complete enough

    Hampton University finally decided to get into the athletic hall of fame business, and frankly, it's surprising that it took this long. Prestigious school, rich athletic tradition, the whole nine yards. Normally, these sorts of honors and announcements...
  • Florida A&M rolls past Norfolk State 34-20

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Curtis Pulley threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score to lead Florida A&M to a 34-20 win over Norfolk State on Saturday. Pulley rushed for 185 yards and was 13-for-22 for 173 yards. Florida A&M (5-2, 3-1 Mid-...
  • Pirates' fire burns out in tough loss

    After a slow start, Hampton's offense caught fire in the first half Saturday against Bethune-Cookman. In the second half, though, the fire went out. The Pirates blanked on several second-half opportunities in a 27-24 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference loss...
  • 10 things you might not know about college football

    College football's title game Monday pits Louisiana State against Ohio State -- two teams chosen through a hopelessly complex formula of polls and computer rankings. The college game is full of such conundrums. We won't even ask why there are 11 teams...