Tags » FCS

Presidential Palates, Part 8

President Jimmy Carter (1977 – 1981) brought southern hospitality into the White House along with his taste for simple, country food.  In an interview with Oprah, President Carter describes the transition this way.  263 more words

For The Love Of FACS

Presidential Palates, Part 7

Okay, so the final debate of this painful presidential campaign is behind us!  Finally!  Now more than ever, we need something positive in the political arena to distract us from all the negative noise.  429 more words

For The Love Of FACS

Week 8 - Buddy Pough - DSU at SCSU

South Carolina State head coach Buddy Pough recaps last week’s win at Howard and previews the Homecoming game against Delaware State.

Source: Week 8 – Buddy Pough – DSU at SCSU


Presidential Palates, Part 6

Franklin D. Roosevelt (1933 – 1945), was known as a man of the people.  Perhaps guiding the nation through the dark and austere days of the Great Depression, gave him a true appreciation for the simpler things in life. 326 more words

For The Love Of FACS

Ezra Robinson and Richie James have record days on the college gridiron

This past Saturday was a record-setting day for two former area standouts.

Booker High graduate and Tennessee State University defensive back Ezra Robinson proved to be the difference in the Tigers’ 35-28 victory over Eastern Kentucky with a pair of interceptions, five tackles and two pass breakups. 198 more words


Presidential Palates, Part 5

“If people let the government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as are the souls of those who live under tyranny.”  Thomas Jefferson…

616 more words
For The Love Of FACS

'Last Chance U' star Ronald Ollie has a Piesman moment

If you were a fan of the Netflix hit “Last Chance U,” this weekend was the moment we’ve all been waiting for from one of the show’s stars, Ronald Ollie, who currently plays defensive line for Nicholls State. 167 more words