Edward Waters College releases 2018 football schedule

Here are the top 10 HBCU band halftime shows of 2017

HBCU Sports Podcast – Celebration Bowl Preview: Big Cats vs. Pissed Off Angry Birds

[Audio]: SWAC Coaches Teleconference – 9/19/2011

2018 Edward Waters College Football Schedule

Poll: Which band won the halftime show, Jackson State or Southern?

HBCU Sports Podcast E7: Post Bayou Classic, Pre SWAC Football Championship Edition

Poll: Which band won the 2018 Honda Battle of the Bands?

Winston-Salem State names Cleo Hill new head mens basketball coach

Poll: Which band won the 2018 Honda Battle of the Bands?

Poll: Which band won the Celebration Bowl halftime show, Grambling or N.C. AT?

 

Watch: Jimmy Fallon calls Texas Southern Americas Team in March Madness skit

HBCU Sports Podcast E5: Aggies-Eagles, Gott Dammit and the FCS Okie-Doke

Jacksonville, Fla. Since the hiring of new head football coach Greg Ruffin in December, the excitement and anticipation of the new direction of Edward Waters football has been palpable. That excitement was taken up another notch as following a successful spring football game on Saturday afternoon, the Edward Waters College Department of Athletics released its 2018 football schedule. The 2018 11-game schedule features five home games and six contests on the road. In addition, it also features 10 games against NAIA schools, six against Mid-South Conference Sun Division opponents, and one contest against an NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) foe.

The Tigers will then take their show on the road for the next four straight contests beginning on September 8 as EWC faces former conference rival Point in Valley, Alabama. Following a bye week on September 15, EWC heads to Lebanon, Tennessee for date with the Phoenix of Cumberland University on September 22nd. The Tigers wrap up the month of September and will open up MSC Sun Division play on the 29th in West Palm Beach against the Seahawks of Keiser University for their first ever meeting on the field.

LeBron James impressed with Shakyla Hills historic quadruple-double

Poll: Grambling State vs Prairie View, which band won the SFC halftime show?

Vote now for the 2017 HBCU Sports Band of the Year

October begins with a trip to Polk County on the 6th as the Tigers face Warner at Legion Field in Lake Wales. Edward Waters finally returns home on October 13th for another division matchup against Faulkner. The Tigers will welcome another division foe Ave Maria in to town on October 20 when EWC hosts its annual Homecoming game. October closes out on the 27th in Lakeland as the Tigers face the defending MSC Sun Division champions, Southeastern.

The Ruffin Era will begin at home on Saturday, August 25 as Edward Waters will host the Knights of St. Andrews University for the first ever meeting between the two schools on the gridiron. The following weekend features another first time opponent for the Purple & Orange on September 1 as the Tigers welcome the Blue Raiders of Lindsey Wilson.

Poll: Which band won the MCC halftime show, Alabama AM or Alabama State?

HBCU Sports Podcast E6: NCCU Wins, PV Snubbed, Bayou Classic and Alcorn Fans Cry

HBCU Sports Podcast SWAC Commish, ADs Make Ass Backwards Decisions, SCG Recap

Band Poll: Which Band Won The 2015 Queen City Battle Of The Bands?

HBCU Sports Podcast E4: Donald Trump, Sam Beavers Tuskegee Football

NC ATs Blue and Gold Marching Machine voted 2017 HBCU Sports Band of the Year

*Mid-South Conference Sun Division Contest

HBCU Sports Podcast: Celebration Bowl Tigers Win, Attendance Down, Ratings Up

Edward Waters College releases 2018 football schedule

The month of November opens on the 3rd where Edward Waters will travel to OKelly-Riddick Stadium in Durham, North Carolina for a gridiron battle against North Carolina Central. The 2018 regular season concludes on November 10 at home as the Tigers host long time rival Webber International for Senior Day.

3 Comments

  1. Simply desire to say your article is as astounding. The clarity in your post is just cool and i can suppose you’re an expert on this subject. Fine along with your permission allow me to seize your RSS feed to keep up to date with imminent post. Thank you a million and please carry on the rewarding work.

  2. Hey There. I found your blog the use of msn. That is an extremely well written article. I’ll be sure to bookmark it and return to learn more of your helpful info. Thank you for the post. I will certainly return.

Leave a Reply