Saturday, October 31, 2015

FAMU Rattlers fall 28-10 to Aggies on Senior Night

TALLAHASSEE, Florida -- Florida A&M’s offense came crashing back down to earth after strong performances against North Carolina Central and Delaware State.

Against North Carolina A&T’s unit, a defense second only to South Carolina State in terms of points allowed, redshirt junior quarterback Carson Royal faltered and the Rattlers’ ground game was swallowed whole, leading to the Rattlers fourth-straight loss to the Aggies.

North Carolina A&T dropped the Rattlers 28-10 Saturday in front of a Bragg Stadium crowd of 10,279.

“I don’t think we took a step back,” Royal said about the offense, which put up 124 total yards. “I just don’t really see us taking a step back. We’re always getting better. I just have to make plays. I didn’t play my best tonight.”

Royal completed 18 of his 40 passes for 120 yards and a touchdown. The running game put up just four yards in the Rattlers’ final home game of the season.


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