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    November 15, 2004
  • CIAA Tournament Bid decision set for end of November
  • Reports out of Charlotte indicate that Johnson C. Smith University has terminated its entire football coaching staff including Head Coach Tim Harkness. Harkness finishes seven years at JCSU with an 11-50 record, 1-19 over the past two years.
  • Livingstone Head Football Coach George Johnson has resigned. He submitted his resignation on Friday, November 12. Johnson had an overall 8-22 record in three years at the Salisbury institution.
    Prior to his resignation the contracts of the offensive coordinator Moses Rison and defensive coordinator Roderick Randolph were not renewed.
    November 13, 2004
  • Several Triad media are reporting that N.C. A&T has fired its athletic director, Charles Davis. In a news release quoted in the Greensboro News and Record, A&T Chancellor James C. Renick said, "It is time for the N.C. A&T Athletics Department to move toward new directions in keeping with the university's overall vision, mission and goals."
    Davis had just completed his second anniversary at the school. He was hired in October, 2002 after serving two years as AD at Bowie State. He replaced Dr. Alfonso Scandrett, who was dismissed in June, 2002 after three years as the Aggies' AD.
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