The North Carolina A&T Aggies (7-3 Overall, 4-0 in the Big South) head to Spangler Stadium to take on the Gardner-Webb Runnin’ Bulldogs (5-5 Overall, 4-0 in Big South) in a huge Big South Conference matchup on November 19.
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In addition taking home the to Big South championship, the winner of this one also gets a berth in the FCS Playoffs.
“This is a ballgame that had been circled on my calendar since last year,” NC A&T coach Sam Washington said, via HBCUSports.com. “I am so excited to go down there and get it on. They won. That’s what I remember. There were a lot of turnovers and big plays.”
The Aggies enter this game winners of seven in a row, most recently handing Charleston Southern, 20-10, on November 12. NC A&T quarterback Jalen Fowler didn’t have the best game, completing 10-of-22 passes for 151 yards, a touchdown and an interception.
Running back Bhayshul Tuten saved the day for the Aggies yet again, rushing for 106 yards and a TD, also adding 78 yards and a score through the air. Tuten has 1,552 yards from scrimmage (1,255 rushing, 297 receiving) to go with 16 total touchdowns so far this season, and he’ll be incredibly difficult to stop.
“How we prepare this week will be a …read more