Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Eddie George Named Head Football Coach at Tennessee State


The Historically Black Colleges and Universities are getting serious about their football! 

Last year HBCU Jackson State University hired Deion Sanders as their head football coach [click here if you missed that] and now Tennessee State has hired former Titans standout Eddie George...
 



Fun Fact: Eddie George has been married to SWV singer Taj for 17 years.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good for him. Congrats!

Anonymous said...

When black people realize how powerful we are, AmeriKKKA will recognize. "God bless the child that has his own"

R in NYC said...

Yasssssss. I love it.

Kupcakeshay said...

Love This! My daughter is a student at TSU!

Anonymous said...

Happy for Eddie.....nice come back...Never give-up!!!

Anonymous said...

Congrats to Eddie George. He was actually a really decent actor but I'm sure football is second nature to him and he will succeed more as a football coach. I bet the steady check ain't too bad either.

ms mac said...

Good for him!! It's time Black folks stopped allowing the vultures to continue to feed their families, build their legacies and create generational wealth off of the backs of our people's talents.

Unknown said...

I thought that was romeo with a baldhead

Anonymous said...

^ Stupid LOLOLOL in a good way.

Good luck to him but hide your daughter 10:04. He will have lots of young women to swallow up. He's an alleged cheater. Bloop

Kateue said...

Yes, HBCU👌🏿

Kateue said...

Yes, HBCU👌🏿

NiyabinghiObeahWomanWarrior said...

I'm not into sports, and all these football players with CTE, brain trauma. The great Mothers showed me a download with these black men, who play that sport shaking their heads violently in pain. Can we celebrate the black man's talent outside of being mangled, rammed and beat up outside the court? When they are left with traumatic brain injury, from distracting the masses for massa, will they still acknowledge them? doe they get health insurance after running on the field for massa? I'm not impressed.

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