Week 3 HBCU Football Games Results from Saturday September 14

Jackson State ends streak with win in 30th Southern Heritage Classic (via JSU Athletics)

Bowie State special teams make difference in comeback win over Shaw (via BSU Athletics)

Jah-Maine Martin runs over Charleston Southern in North Carolina A&T comeback win (via NC A&T Athletics)

Alabama A&M second half performance leads to win over North Alabama (via AAMU Athletics)

Hampton keeps “Real HU” title after win over Howard in Chicago Football Classic  (via Hampton Athletics)

Livingstone continues its winning ways with win over Elizabeth City State (via Livingstone Athletics)

Virginia State defeats UNC Pembroke in home opener (via VSU Athletics)

No Hail Mary needed in Miles win over Morehouse (via Miles Athletics)

Savannah State rolls Virginia Lynchburg for Quinn’s first win (via SSU Athletics)

Late score leads Tuskegee to win over Kentucky State (via Tuskegee Athletics)

Big second quarter leads FAMU to big win over Ft. Valley State (via FAMU Athletics)

Arkansas-Pine Bluff has another 50-point performance in win over Langston (via UAPB Athletics)

Chowan runs to a blowout with 70 points against Alderson Boraddus (via Chowan Athletics)

Johnson C. Smith runs past Benedict in 34-31 win (via Benedict Athletics)

NAIA Allen University holds off D-II Clark Atlanta to secure first win of season (via CAU Athletics)

Southern records shutout in season’s first win against Edward Waters College (via The Advocate)

Alcorn State comeback falls short against McNeese State (via Alcorn St Athletics)

Virginia Union loses home opener to ranked Lenoir-Rhyne (via Lenoir-Rhyne Athletics)

Alabama State falls hard to Kennesaw State at home (via Alabama State Athletics)

Fayetteville State falls to ranked Wingate (via FSU Athletics)

Winston-Salem State falls short against Catawba (via WSSU Athletics)

NC Central loses to Gardner-Webb in defensive battle (via NCCU Athletics)

Coastal Carolina runs past Norfolk State (via NSU Athletics)

St. Augustine falls to Mars Hill (via SAU Athletics)