Looks like it might be back to Homecoming during basketball season for Stillman College. The Office of Alumni Affairs sent an email which released that the college is looking into possibly shutting down its football program as a means of cutting the school's expenses, which surpass $25 million annually.

It's not just football that is being considered for the chopping block. Other sports programs are on the endangered list. Of course, none of these are needed to maintain a quality educational system, but each aids in the quality of life for enrolled students.

So, the Stillman Alumni Association is working to drum up support from former students to curb the likelihood of losing any of the school's programs such as sports and band as well as decreasing the chances of losing accreditation.