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Everything w/Kathy B, Steve Manderson,Lenny Randle,Edd Hayes, Michael Hurd

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Michael Hurd began his newspaper career as a sportswriter for the Post in May 1979. His primary beat was covering small college sports, including those involving the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC), a league composed of historically Black colleges. It was that experience which compelled him to write his first book, Black College Football, 1892-1992, the only book that comprehensively documents the legacies of football programs at historically Black colleges. The book was initially released in 1993 and was updated and revised for a second release in 1998. Largely because of his research and writing on Black college football, he wasSp named a member of the National Football Foundation’s Honors Court for Divisional Players, the group that selects small college players to the College Football Hall of Fame. The Hall began inducting players and coaches in 1951, but has only included Divisional Players, those from historically Black colleges and other small colleges, since 1996. That move was helped by Hurd’s research and book, which was used as the primary source for identifying possible Hall of Fame candidates from Black colleges.