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NCCU upsets SC State
Sunday, October 12, 2014
ORANGEBURG, S.C. - North Carolina Central’s no-huddle offense got off to a slow start against South Carolina State on Saturday. So the Eagles turned to senior running back Andre Clarke (left) and the ground game to lead them to a 48-35 victory. The win puts NCCU at 2-0 in conference play and tied with Bethune-Cookman for first place. Clarke tied a
 
Shaw gets dissed
Thursday, October 9, 2014
I sure hope the coaches that picked Fayetteville State women over Shaw were safely at home because they obviously were drunk. Did we miss something? Aren’t the Bears the four-time defending CIAA champs? Aren’t they the winners of nine of the past 12 tournament titles? Are they not the 2012 NCAA Division II national champs? Hello, anybody
 
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