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by Donal Ware boxtorow.com GREENSBORO – Originally, Saturday’s Aggie-Eagle rivalry in Greensboro was supposed to be for the MEAC championship. But Bethune-Cookman spoiled that last week with a Hail Mary that was answered defeating the Eagles 13-10 in Durham. Still, anytime the Aggies and Eagles get together it should a great game. Except, Saturday’s game
by Donal Ware Hail Mary (pass). It is defined in football as a very long forward pass, made in desperation with only a small chance of success. Bethune-Cookman was able to execute said Hail Mary Saturday as Larry Brihm’s 48-yard heave found Keavon Mitchell in the end zone with no time on the clock as
by Donal Ware “I don’t believe what I just saw!” Those were the now very famous words exclaimed by Jack Buck in describing an injured Kirk Gibson’s dramatic Game 1 World Series walkoff homerun for the Dodgers against the A’s in 1988. After witnessing what I saw at O’Kelly-Riddick Stadium in Durham on Saturday, I
BOXTOROW National Game of the Week 1/1 North Carolina A&T (9-1, 7-0) vs. North Carolina Central 3/3 (8-2, 7-0)
With so much trouble in the LBC it’s kinda hard being… Wait. There is quite a bit of craziness here in North Carolina. North Carolina is a swing state that voted for Donald Trump. We are dealing with HB2 that has had ramifications on the state all across the country with hundreds of millions of
We had a chance to catch up with the third-year head coach who at age 36, is one of the youngest head coaches in Division I football.
This is our first BOXTOROW Podcast and it features a conversation with Durham Herald-Sun reporter Jonas Pope, IV who covers the NCCU Eagles for the paper. He talks with host Donal Ware about the Aggie-Eagle battle and what to expect from both teams.
The Aggie-Eagle rivalry is one of the biggest in college football. This year the game will determine who wins the MEAC championship outright. We take a look at the two participants, North Carolina A&T and North Carolina Central, the history of the rivalry, the old Aggie-Eagle Classic and the MEAC championship being decided in North