Opinions on social media have been plenty since HBCU Sports published a piece regarding the suggestion by Princeton head football coach Bob Surace of an Ivy League-HBCU postseason bowl game.

“Why wouldn’t we work with historically black colleges and play them?” he told SB Nation. “Take a school like Grambling or Howard vs. Princeton or Columbia or whoever. You’re gonna hit a huge number on TV, and you’re gonna sell it out in Atlanta or New Orleans or Washington DC. Why wouldn’t we want to bring more attention?”


Surace’s comment comes from a lengthy SB Nation story examining whether the Ivy League will eventually join the FCS playoffs.

Our HBCU Sports poll question: Would you like to see an Ivy-League-HBCU postseason bowl game? Take a moment to vote in the poll below. It will close Friday, Aug. 17, at 11:59 p.m.

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  1. […] college football population that would like to see an HBCU-Ivy League football game according to a fan poll conducted by HBCU Sports last […]

    1. Yes it would be great. The MEAC competes with the IVY league for the same players so they should put each other on their schedules.

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