Ex-FAMU Coach: Money Games Need To End

A lot has been said and written about "Money Games" over the past few days, including on this website. A few days ago, legendary HBCU coach  William "Billy" Joe took to social media with his thoughts on the subject.

Joe spent his entire career coaching at HBCUs. He got his start at Cheyney, then came over to Central State where he led the team to two NAIA titles, coaching pro standouts Erik Williams and Hugh Douglass. Joe also coached at FAMU from 1994 to 2004 and finished up at Miles College from 2007 to 2013. 

The following letter was posted on Billy Joe's Facebook page on Monday. It's long, but for those interested in HBCU athletics, it's worth a read.

Go to HBCU Gameday to read more. 



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