FAMU Features Historic Athletics in “The Mystique” Web Series

Florida A&M’s Department of Athletics launched an eight-week, web series this month on the history of the university’s best and most legendary athletes. FAMU DOA is calling the project “The Mystique.”

Featuring interviews, video footage, photos and first-person accounts, a new episode of “The Mystique” will be released every Monday throughout June and July, according to FAMU.

Director of Athletics Derek Horne felt it was mandatory that the department rekindles the FAMU spirit by celebrating those who have made us proud.

“I think the Mystique series will give us the opportunity to expose our rich tradition to the younger generation to see why we are so proud of FAMU athletics,” he said.

The schedule for the remaining episodes is as follows:

June 20 1984 Women’s Track All-Americans (Pam Porter, Pam

Oliver, Vogel Newsome, Mary (Jones) Wellens

June 27 Althea Gibson

July 4 The Gulf Coast Offense (Billy Joe’s offensive mastery)

July 11 NCAA 3-pt. Champion Terrence Woods

July 18 FAMU’s historic 2004 volleyball team

July 25 “The Bullet” Bob Hayes

Watch The Mystique on FAMU Athletics’ website.