ORLANDO, Fla. -- Quentin Williams threw for three touchdowns and ran for another on Saturday to help Bethune-Cookman beat Florida A&M 35-14 and earn a share of its fourth straight Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference regular-season championship.
The Wildcats (9-2, 7-1) shared the MEAC title with North Carolina Central and North Carolina A&T.
North Carolina Central was eliminated from representing the MEAC in the Celebration Bowl based on the points-tiebreaker. The remaining tie between Bethune-Cookman and NC A&T will go to the team with the highest Sagarin ranking on Sunday.
If the Wildcats don't earn the Celebration Bowl bid, they will still be eligible for the FCS playoffs.
Devin Bowers led Florida A&M (1-10, 1-7) with 117 yards rushing and a TD run.
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