2010 South Carolina State Bulldogs football
MEAC co-champion
FCS Playoffs First Round, L 16–41 vs. Georgia Southern
ConferenceMid-Eastern Athletic Conference
Ranking
Sports NetworkNo. 16
FCS CoachesNo. 17
Record9–3 (7–1 MEAC)
Head coach
Home stadiumOliver C. Dawson Stadium
Seasons
← 2009
2011 →
2010 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference football standings
Conf Overall
Team   W   L     W   L  
No. 15 Bethune–Cookman +^   7 1     10 2  
No. 16 South Carolina State +^   7 1     9 3  
Florida A&M +   7 1     8 3  
Hampton   5 3     6 5  
Norfolk State   4 4     6 5  
Morgan State   3 5     4 7  
Delaware State   2 6     3 8  
North Carolina A&T   1 7     1 10  
Howard   0 8     1 10  
North Carolina Central *   0 0     3 8  
Savannah State *   0 0     1 10  
  • + – Conference co-champions
  • ^ – FCS playoff participant
  • * Not eligible for conference championship
Rankings from The Sports Network poll

The 2010 South Carolina State Bulldogs football team represented South Carolina State University in the 2010 NCAA Division I FCS football season. The team was led by Oliver Pough in his ninth year as head coach and played its home games at Oliver C. Dawson Stadium. It finished the regular season with a 9–2 record overall and a 7–1 record in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, making them conference co-champions alongside Bethune–Cookman. The team qualified for the playoffs, in which it was eliminated in the first round by Georgia Southern.[1]

Schedule

DateOpponentSiteResult
September 4at Georgia Tech*L 10–41
September 11Mississippi Valley State*W 44–0
September 18at Benedict*W 61–20
October 2at Florida A&MW 19–0
October 9Norfolk State
  • Oliver C. Dawson Stadium
  • Orangeburg, SC
W 34–13
October 16Bethune–Cookman
  • Oliver C. Dawson Stadium
  • Orangeburg, SC
L 0–14
October 23Hampton
  • Oliver C. Dawson Stadium
  • Orangeburg, SC
W 10–7
October 30at Delaware StateW 38–21
November 6Howard
  • Oliver C. Dawson Stadium
  • Orangeburg, SC
W 54–14
November 11at Morgan StateW 32–10
November 20at North Carolina A&TW 48–3
November 27at Georgia Southern*L 16–41
  • *Non-conference game

References

  1. ^ "South Carolina State Yearly Results: 2010-2014". College Football Data Warehouse. Archived from the original on November 17, 2016. Retrieved November 16, 2016.