HBCU SPORTS / SWAC

Bethune-Cookman Univ. vs. Alcorn State

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MARCHING BANDS

Bethune-Cookman “Marching Wildcats”

The B-CU Marching Wildcats have gained recognition on national stages and international programs! They have performed at Halftime for the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tampa Bay Buccaneers many times in addition to commercials, movies, television shows including the Netflix docuseries “Marching Orders”, and other major sporting events as big as the Super Bowl.

Alcorn State “Sounds of Dyn-O-Mite”

The ASU Sounds of Dyn-O-Mite marching band has performed before crowds at Soldier Field in Chicago, the Astrodome in Houston, the Los Angeles Coliseum, Texas Stadium in Dallas, the Orange Bowl in Miami, and more! The Sounds of Dyn-O-Mite marching band was one of eight selected to perform at the 2022 Pepsi National Battle of the Bands, and most recently performed at Halftime for the New Orleans Saints.

B-CU Wildcats

Kicking off their second season in the SWAC, the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats are currently 2-4 in the conference and 2-7 overall. BCU is led offensively by Jalon Jones, a Junior QB transfer from Jackson State who ranks third in the SWAC in passing yards per game. The Wildcats will look to add another win to their record after defeating the Alcorn State University Braves 35-31 last season.

Team SPOTLIGHT

B-CU

Rosendo Lewis, Bethune-Cookman

Rosendo Louis, LB

Jalon Jones, QB

Coach Terry Sims.

Alcorn

Keyron Kinsler Jr., DB

Jarveon Howard, RB

Coach Fred McNair

Alcorn State Braves

The Alcorn State Braves are 3-3 in the conference and 4-5 overall, currently ranking 4th in the SWAC Western division. After losing 31-35 to the B-CU Wildcats last season, the Braves are looking to come out on top with the help of starting QB Aaron Allen, a sophomore transfer from Louisiana Tech, and Jarveon Howard, the former Syracuse running back who currently leads the SWAC in rushing yards.

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