Clark vs. Milles
Clark Atlanta cashed in 1st and 2nd period Golden Bears fumbles when place kicker Henry Bouton hit  field goals of  23 and 32 yards for the margin of victory allowing the Panthers to slip out of Fairfield Alabama with a win over SIAC host
Miles College on Saturday Oct. 11th at Albert Sloan Stadium in the season final for both squads. File Video

Falcons Skin Out Blue Bears
St. Augustine's College "Falcons" shook-off a run of mid-season miscues to exploit the step slow Livingstone College "Blue Bears" squad 26 to 6 points en route to a road victory at Alumni Stadium in Salisbury, N.C. in CIAA conference football Saturday before a Blue Bear Homecoming crowd.  Video
 Surratsville High School Band from Surratsville, Maryland was in the house at Livingstone College for the Blue Bears Homecoming. Band Director Valerie Dent commented about her 125 energetic, strong students who love challenges and to play who participate at colleges in order to interest them in attending college after High School. Dent called " the fund raising Queen” commenting on challenges facing High School Bands thanked her boosters as she single out the need to fundraise for uniforms, instruments, and trips as the most pressing issue.  Video
A Chance to Lead
Attending college is about increased opportunities which is more than an increase in potential economic gain but also a chance to horn leadership skills by participating in the student government or representing your peers as a class king or queen or both.  Video
We want band, a very vocal outcry arose at halftime after Game Officials prevented host Livingstone College band from performing after attempts to correct a malfunction with the on field microphone led to a delay in activities.  With Livingstone's  band standing at  parade rest on the field Athletic Director/football coach Lamonte J. Massie offer  to take the penalty to allow the performance was rejected by the officials.  Prior to the no play decision at halftime the bands had been silenced by PA announcement which alleged  an NCAA infraction if the band played when the ball was in play.  Video
Beyond  Dixie
Livingstone College Band director Sidney Sessoms at the SAC vs. LC football game spoke about a small but growing  band program with 110 members  (Livingstone enroll is list at 1000),  and a battle of the Bands tour overseas in Bermuda with Howard University which was  great for the kids, some of which had never been on a plane or boat.  He felt people are being to notice some of the things going on at Livingstone College.  St. Augustine College Superior Sound Machine Director William Woods spoke to the impact of high fuel cost on the ability of the band to travel with the team and providing the opportunity to look good, sound good, support their school, and make themselves look   Video