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2018 Schedule
9-2, 1st in MEAC
College Football Awards Show recognizes HBCUs' football greatness (7:01)
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10dAdam Rittenberg

Picking winners for every bowl game matchup

From Dec. 15 through Jan. 7, the Celebration Bowl through the CFP National Championship, Adam Rittenberg picks his winners for bowl season.

Tarik Cohen on the impact his HBCU made on his career (0:29)
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NC A&T rallies to beat SC State 31-16

Lamar Raynard threw for 253 yards and three touchdowns and North Carolina A&T scored 28 straight points to beat South Carolina State 31-16 on Thursday night, a week after the Aggies' 15-game winning streak was snapped.

Receiver hauls in TD with one hand for North Carolina A&T (0:34)
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A&T's Broadway retires; Washington promoted

Rod Broadway is retiring after leading North Carolina A&T to an undefeated season, which culminated in a victory in the Celebration Bowl. Sam Washington has been named the Aggies' new head coach.

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Rhoden Fellows Breaks Down The Celebration Bowl

This week on the Rhoden Fellows podcast, Bill and the Fellows debrief about the Celebration Bowl with Senior News Editor, John X. Miller. We break down everything from the players - like Devante Kincaid, Brandon Parker, Lamar Reynard - to the promotion for the event in Atlanta.

North Carolina A&T caps undefeated season with Celebration Bowl win (0:40)
Broadway: 'Unbelievable' to finish season undefeated (0:38)
Grambling unable to convert on final play (0:32)
Fobbs proud of Grambling's fight (0:36)
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Rhoden Fellows Previews The Celebration Bowl In Atlanta

On this week's episode of the Rhoden Fellows podcast, Bill talks about the upcoming Celebration Bowl in Atlanta with the Bowl's Executive Director, John T. Grant, and North Carolina A&T's Sports Information Director, Brian Holloway. Then he and the Fellows speak with Isaiah Johnson - actor in "Hamilton" and "The Color Purple."

ESPN's Jay Harris Previews the 2017 Celebration Bowl (2:25)
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AP FCS All-America Team

Defending national champion and top-ranked James Madison placed three players on The Associated Press FCS All-America first team, more than any other school.

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MEAC Offensive Player of the Year Lamar Raynard (right) of North Carolina A & T and Defensive Player of the Year Darius Leonard (left) of South Carolina State, with their awards in New York Tuesday at the National Football Foundation press conference.