The Morgan State Bears have released their 2020 football schedule, which features games at Appalachian State and Northwestern.
Morgan State will open the 2020 season with games on the road in consecutive weekends against the Appalachian State Mountaineers on Sept. 5 and the Towson Tigers on Sept. 12.
After their only open date of the season on Sept. 19, Morgan State travels to take on the North Carolina Central Eagles on Sept. 26 to open Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) action.
Morgan State opens their home schedule at Hughes Stadium in Baltimore, Md., on Oct. 3 against the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats. The Bears then travel to play the Delaware State Hornets on Oct. 10 before returning to Baltimore to host the South Carolina State Bulldogs on Oct. 17.
A road trip to face the Florida A&M Rattlers looms on Oct. 24, which is followed by a home contest at Hughes Stadium on Halloween (Oct. 31) against the Norfolk State Spartans.
Two of Morgan State’s final three games of the season are on the road. The Bears travel to take on the North Carolina A&T Aggies (Nov. 7) and the Northwestern Wildcats (Nov. 14) in back-to-back weeks before closing the regular-season at home against the Howard Bison (Nov. 21).
Morgan State Football Schedule
- 09/05 – at Appalachian State
- 09/12 – at Towson
- 09/19 – OFF
- 09/26 – at NC Central
- 10/03 – Bethune-Cookman
- 10/10 – at Delaware State
- 10/17 – SC State
- 10/24 – at Florida A&M
- 10/31 – Norfolk State
- 11/07 – at North Carolina A&T
- 11/14 – at Northwestern
- 11/21 – Howard
Man, what a brutal schedule. No home games in September, and only 4 home games. I guess the FBS rule of 5 home games doesn’t apply to FCS.
Yes, that’s a brutal schedule. And the FCS does not have a home game requirement that I know of. Didn’t see one in the NCAA rule book.