The 1994 Alcorn State Braves were an NCAA Division I-AA football team who represented Alcorn State University stainless steel water bottles safe. They participated in the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC). The Braves were led by head coach Cardell Jones and quarterback and Walter Payton Award winner Steve McNair goalkeeper clothing uk. The Braves finished the regular season with a record of 8–2–1; tying them for first place in the SWAC with Grambling State and earning a spot in the I-AA playoffs, where they fell in the first round to eventual national champion Youngstown State by a final score of 63–20. Grambling, as the conference’s top seed, represented the SWAC in the Heritage Bowl.
Quarterback Steve McNair seemed to break the record for most records broken in 1994 as well as also winning the Walter Payton Award (Most outstanding I-AA Offensive player) and becoming only the second and most recent I-AA Player to earn a trip to New York City for presentation of the Heisman Trophy, (The only other one being Jerry Rice) Which, in 1994 was awarded to Colorado’s Rashaan Salaam.