DATE TEAM TIME LOCATION
Aug. 26 Morehouse College 6:00 p.m. Columbia, SC
Score: 24 - 25 (L) Alumni, Church and Community
Sept. 2 Palmetto Capital City Classic 5:00 p.m. Columbia, SC
Score: 21 - 7 (W) BC vs. Savannah State University
Sept. 9 Clark Atlanta University 7:00 p.m. Atlanta, GA
Score: 27 - 18 (W)
Sept. 16 Tuskegee University 1:00 p.m. Tuskegee, AL
Score: 14 - 41 (L)
Sept. 23 Lenoir-Rhyne College 6:00 p.m. Columbia, SC
Score: 0 - 17 (L) Military and Business Day
Grand Opening and Dedication of the Charlie W. Johnson Stadium
(Two Notch Road & Read Street)
Sept. 30 Albany State University 6:00 p.m. Columbia, SC
Score: 3 - 10 (L) Take A Kid to the Game /Youth Day
Oct. 7 OPEN
Oct. 14 Kentucky State University 2:00 p.m. Columbia, SC
Score: 13 - 5 (W) High School/Senior Day
Oct. 21 Fort Valley State University 2:00 p.m. Fort Valley, GA
Score: 10 - 16 (L 2OT)
Oct. 28 Stillman College 2:00 p.m. Columbia, SC
Score: 7 - 12 (L) Homecoming
Nov. 4 Lane College 2:00 p.m. Jackson, TN
Score: 12 - 17 (*LC vacated win)
* NCAA Penalizes Lane College for Rules Violations (February 27, 2008) ... "Vacate all wins in which ineligible players participated."
BOLD denotes Home Games
First home game (August 26, 2006) will be held at the Charles F. Bolden Stadium in Columbia, SC. Beginning on September 23, 2006, All Home Games in Bold Type will be held at the new Charlie W. Johnson Stadium (Two Notch Road & Read Street). The Palmetto Capital City Classic will be held at the Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, SC.
Pre-Game Traffic and Post-Game Traffic Flow to/from Charlie W. Johnson Stadium.
The Tigers finished the 2006 football season with a record of 4 - 6 (3 - 5 Conference).