Greensboro College at North Carolina Wesleyan Noon…Final:N.C. Wesleyan 44, Greensboro College 7
Guilford College at Ferrum 1pm….Final:Ferrum 45, Guilford 23
Johnson C. Smith at Winston-Salem State 1:30pm…Final:WSSU 23, J.C. Smith 7
Delaware at Elon 2pm…Final:Elon 42, Delaware 7
Louisville at Wake Forest 7:30pm…Final:Louisville 62, Wake Forest 59
N.C. A&T OFF
Georgia Tech at Duke 12:30pm…Final:Duke 41, Georgia Tech 23
Florida State at Clemson 3:30pm…Final:Clemson 45, Florida State 14
Rhode Island at Virginia Tech 4pm…VA Tech 34, Rhode Island 17…Three(3) Hokies’ TD passes/16-27/261 yards/0 INT’S from VA Tech QB Hendon Hooker(Dudley HS)…
from Thursday:N.C. State 16, Syracuse 10
from Friday:Miami 17, Virginia 9
Catawba at Carson-Newman 1pm…Final:Carson-Newman 59, Catawba 14
Brevard at Methodist 1pm…Final:Methodist 24, Brevard 23
Shaw at Fayetteville State 1pm…Final:Fayetteville State 25, Shaw 22
San Diego at Davidson 1pm…Final:San Diego 37, Davidson 17
Lenoir-Rhyne(5-0) at Tusculum 1:30pm…Final:Lenoir-Rhyne 38, Tusculum 14…Lenoir-Rhyne(6-0)
Hampton at Gardner-Webb 1:30pm….Final:Gardner-Webb 35, Hampton 27
Virginia State at Elizabeth City State 1:30pm…Final:Virginia State 54, Elizabeth City State 21
Western Carolina at The Citadel 2pm….Final:The Citadel 35, WCU 17
Mars Hill at UNC-Pembroke 4pm….Final:UNC-Pembroke 36, Mars Hill 29
Limestone at Wingate(5-0) 6pm…Final:Wingate 34, Limestone 3…Wingate(6-0)
Charlotte at Florida International 7pm….Final:Florida International 48, Charlotte 23
from Thursday:Bethune-Cookman 27, N.C. Central 13
from Wednesday:Appalachian State 17, Louisiana 7
**********Going Beyond the Roster……**********
RICHMOND, Va. — University of Richmond football head coach Russ Huesman has been around the game most of his life. A big part of his job is finding players who will fit into his football program.
“Some [jump out] pretty quickly,” Huesman said. “Some a bit later. Some you have to see live. But there are some that you see on the film that jump out pretty quickly and you say no-brainer.”
Nile Harris(Grimsley High School) is a redshirt freshman defensive back on the Spiders team. He was all-conference in both football and track in high school in Greensboro, North Carolina. Richmond was one of five schools that offered him a scholarship.
“We knew he was a solid kid and he’s gotten better and better as he’s gone on here and we think he’s going to be a real good player for us,” Huesman said.
“I wasn’t the biggest kid,” Harris added. “I didn’t have a bunch of D-1 offers coming out of high school just because of my size. But I made up for my size with my work ethic.”
And at a place like Richmond, that work ethic gets a work out.
Harris played five different sports growing up. But he also played eight different instruments. The cello became one of his favorites.
And in addition to his football duties, he also plays with the university orchestra.
“First he says ‘I’m a football player,'” Alexander Kordzaia, the Conductor and Director of the University of Richmond Symphony Orchestra, said. “And I saw, that’s a sports guy. And then he sits down and plays the cello and I said I have to have this kid in the orchestra. And it’s been just amazing.”
Read more and it is amazing, coming in from WTVR TV 6 in Richmond, Virginia on Nile Harris, the former Grimsley Whirlie and a kid we first met back around 2006 when he was coming to our wrestling matches at the Phillips Avenue Sports Center and Nile came over with the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club kids from Fairmont Courts, where his dad Ron, was running the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club there….
CLICK HERE to continue on with Nile Harris and TV 6 out of Richmond, Virginia…Great stuff and some good photos….