Benedict 2021-22 National Champions: #1 On Final UMT Top 20 HBCU Football Rankings

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Urban Media Today Black College Football Rankings 12/31/22

Rank  School Conf Wins Loss Last Game 
#1 Benedict SIAC 11 1 Season Complete
#2 N.C. Central MEAC 10 2 Season Complete
#3 Jackson St SWAC 12 1 Season Complete
#4 FAMU SWAC 9 2 Season Complete
#5 Virginia Union CIAA 9 2 Season Complete

Rank  School Conf Wins Loss Last Game 
#6 Fayetteville St CIAA 9 3 Season Complete
#7 Fort Valley St SIAC 8 2 Season Complete
#8 Tuskegee SIAC 8 3 Season Complete
#9 N.C. A&T Big South 7 4 Season Complete
#10 W. Virginia  State MEC 7 4 Season Complete

 

Rank  School Conf Wins Loss Last Game 
#11 Albany State SIAC 7 3 Season Complete
#12 Southern SWAC 7 5 Season Complete
#13 Langston SAC 6 4 Season Complete
#14 Bowie State CIAA 6 4 Season Complete
#15 Virginia State CIAA 6 4 Season Complete

Rank  School Conf Wins Loss Last Game 
#16 Alabama State SWAC 6 5 Season Complete
#17 Prairie View A&M SWAC 6 5 Season Complete
#18 Howard MEAC 5 6 Season Complete
#19 Savannah State SIAC 5 5 Season Complete
#20 Lane SIAC 5 5 Season Complete

 

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