Welcome to PG-ville
Former PG Earl Winfield was inducted into the CFL Hall of Fame. Grind Now, Shine Later

Former PG Earl Winfield was inducted into the CFL Hall of Fame. Grind Now, Shine Later

Welcome to PG-ville.

Welcome to PG-ville.

Getting ready for tomorrow’s scrimmage at the Apprentice School.

Itinerary for this Friday’s Scrimmage at Apprentice School

Itinerary for this Friday’s Scrimmage at Apprentice School

Grinding in the weight room.

Back to work in PGville

Back to work in PGville

Former PG’s Aaron Adams (top) and KJ Stroud (bottom) sign as undrafted free agents in the NFL.  Aaron signed with the Cleveland Browns and KJ Signed with the New York Jets.  Grind Now, Shine Later

Congratulations to Coach John Power who accepted a position at Penn State University

Congratulations to Coach John Power who accepted a position at Penn State University

Former PG Osa Igbinosun at Ball State. Grind Now, Shine Later.

Former PG Osa Igbinosun at Ball State. Grind Now, Shine Later.

February Recruiting Combine information.

February Recruiting Combine information.

2010 PG Olsen Pierre #91 at the University of Miami

2010 PG Olsen Pierre #91 at the University of Miami

2010 PG Nate Smith #35 at Temple

2010 PG Nate Smith #35 at Temple

2011 PG Nagee Jackson #34 at Delaware State

2011 PG Nagee Jackson #34 at Delaware State

2010 PG Kelcy Quarles #99 & 2011 PG Jerell Adams #89 making plays at South Carolina

A note from Norfolk State University about their FUMA recruit’s impact in the season opener

Fork Union Players Come up Big for NSU

Three former Fork Union Military players played key roles in Norfolk State’s season-opening 24-0 victory over Virginia State on Sept. 1. Freshman outside linebacker Deon King came off the bench to record five tackles, three for lost yardage, and a pair of sacks. Defensive teammate Shawn Fauntleroy Jr. also played key snaps along the Spartan defensive line, part of an effort which recorded the school’s first shutout since 2001.

In addition, offensive lineman Amardeep Singh helped the Spartans amass 340 yards of total offense, including 223 on the ground. NSU did not allow a sack in the opener.

Those three, along with fellow rookie linebacker Lamar Neal, should continue to make a big impact for the Spartans as they look to repeat as Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference champions.

Matt Michalec

Assistant Athletics Director for Communications

Norfolk State University