I Got Next! The Bethune-Cookman University Wildcats officially owns the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University Rattlers on all grass surfaces, turfs and fields. 45,372 fans at Camping World Stadium witnessed it. This makes six times the Wildcats have successfully defeated the Rattlers 39-19 in the annual Florida Classic. That’s half a dozen victories homies. Yes, […]
I Got NEXT! October 14 and 15th heralded the mid-year annual workshop for members of Jerusalem Grand Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, State of Florida, Prince Hall affiliated. The event was held at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront, located at 225 E. Coastline Drive in Jacksonville. The workshop convenes each year in effort to […]
I Got NEXT! Malcolm Bell was good for 295 yards and two TD passes, coupled with a TD run to lead North Carolina Central to a 31-14 thrashing of Bethune-Cookman in a game ruled by lightning and an inept Wildcat offensive attack. The win was NCCUs first victory against the Wildcats since 1994. The Wildcats […]
I Got Next! Since age 12, Terrance Gattling had a desire to be an entertainer. The 34-year-old Miami native is now seeing a childhood dream come true as an emerging artist and producer. In his spare time he can be found trolling the sidelines of a football game featuring his alma mater, Bethune-Cookman University. Gattling […]
I Got Next! There is a valid need of cakes and cupcakes for various venues such as weddings, birthdays, holidays, and observances. The need is no less valid in order to satisfy one’s need for sweets. Whatever the need, whatever the design, whatever the venue, the enterprising ladies at Velvet Luxe Bakery have it covered. […]
Karsceal Turner – I Got NEXT! Bethune-Cookman University seeks validate it’s position atop the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) with a season opening triumph over South Western Athletic Conference (SWAC) champion Alcorn State in the upcoming MEAC/SWAC Challenge to be played Labor Day Weekend in “The City of the World’s Most Famous Beach.” This 12th annual […]
It took three quarters, a great deal of field laundry known as flags, and some hard-nosed defense on both sides but the Bethune-Cookman University Wildcats, led by Quentin Williams, who scored on a 3-yard run with 5:14 remaining to give Bethune-Cookman a 17-14 victory over South Carolina State on Thursday night before a Municipal Stadium “Blackout” crowd of 7,465 and a national ESPNU audience.