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This directory is a Who’s Who of the best of the SIDs who put in long hours and even longer careers promoting Black College athletics.  They were responsible for elevating their sports programs and athletes who excelled at their crafts.
The most prominent name on the list belongs to the Dean of SIDs, Collie Nicholson (Grambling State), one of many who spent their entire careers at one institution, i.e…Sam Jefferson (Jackson State), Ed Hill (Howard ), Bill Hamilton (SC State), Chuck Prophet (Mississippi Valley) and Kendall Stephens (Tennessee State).

The Dean of Black College Sportswriters

Collie J. Nicholson
July 7, 1921- September 13, 2006
Winfield, LA
Grambling State University ’48

Drexel Ball
Morehouse

Larry Barber
MEAC Public Relations

Ricky Clemons
Howard

Bill Hamilton
South Carolina State

Jim Cuthbertson
Johnson C. Smith

Chris Fisher
North Carolina Central

Dooley, Wallace
Tennessee State

Greg Goings
Norfolk State

Bill Hamilton
South Carolina Stae 

Alonza Hardy
Alcorn State

Phil Busher, Johnson C. Smith
Sam Carey, Winston-Salem State
Wilson Cherry,  North Carolina A&T
Craig Cotton, North Carolina A&T

Carol Hudson, Hampton Institute
Wallace Jackson,  Alabama A&M
Kevin Manns, Winston-Salem State
Morris, Texas Southern

Kevin Moses, Clark Atlanta
Lloyd Wells, Tex Southern
Roosevelt Wilson, Florida A&M

LeCount Conaway
Virginia State

Henry Hawkins
Grambling State

Ed Hill
Howard

John Holley
Norfolk State

Gus Howard
Alcorn State

Arnold Houston
Tuskegee Institute

Ann Lewis
Delaware State

Stanley Lewis
Grambling State

Jean Mason
UMES

Cecil McKay
Morris Brown

Eric Moore
Fayetteville State

Monique J. Morgan
St. Paul’s

Kevin Moses
Virginia State

James Nix
Morehouse

Jayna Oakley
Central State, Ohio

Lee G. Pearson
Savannah State

Chuck Prophet
Mississippi Valley State

Al Roseboro
North Carolina A&T

Al Hollins
Florida A&M

Ken Snellings
Norfolk State

Kindell Stephens
Tennessee State

Russell Stockard
Grambling State

Paul Williams
Virginia Union