• Florida Blue

    Florida Classic

    The largest HBCU sports & entertainment event in the country returns bigger and better on November 20, 2021!

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  • Bethune-Cookman

    Marching Wildcats

    The Marching Wildcats of Bethune-Cookman University is a 325 member unit that includes instrumentalists, the Sophisticat Flag Corp, and the 14 Karat Gold Dancers. Known as "The PRIDE", the band strives to bring the finest in half-time performances to viewing audiences.

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  • Florida A&M

    Marching "100"

    The Marching 100 is the official name of the marching band at Florida A&M University. Since its inception, the band has been credited for not less than 30 innovative techniques which have become standard operating procedures for high schools and collegiate marching band programs throughout the nation.

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  • Florida Blue Florida Classic

    Consortium Kickoff Luncheon

    The Classic weekend gets started with players, pep bands, university officials and student leaders gathering to celebrate the season, preview the upcoming matchup and show that Rattlers and Wildcats remain divided on the field but united in the world.

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IT’S MORE THAN A GAME.

IT’S AN EXPERIENCE.

Florida Blue Florida Classic weekend is where college friends reunite, families come together and fans show out for an O-town Showdown to witness the FAMU Rattlers and B-CU Wildcats battle it out on the gridiron for bragging rights. More than 2 million fans have attended since the first game in 1978, making it the BIGGEST Black college football game in the country.


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