FCS Football Scoreboard Week 2


To take a look at Saturday’s action in the FCS football teams that reside in North Carolina, here is our FCS scoreboard. The day was balanced between blowouts and upsets as several FCS teams played a Division II team. The best game of the day was between the North Carolina A&T Bulldogs and the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers. That game was not decided until the end.

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Charlotte 49ers 56, Johnson C Smith 0

Kalif Phillips had three rushing touchdowns in the blowout. Despite the high score, production was spread among the entire Charlotte offensive roster. No single player had a dominant game, perhaps because of the point disparity.

Western Carolina Catamounts 45, Brevard 21

The Catamounts had three runners with at least 80 yards rushing. The backs had five rushing touchdowns between them. Three of those belonged to Darius Ramsey.

North Carolina Central Eagles 34, Elizabeth City State 7

Andre Clarke scored three rushing touchdowns. Receiver Anas Hasic caught 7 balls for a total of 121 yards receiving.

Campbell Camels 0, Appalachian State Mountaineers 66

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  • North Carolina A&T Aggies 30, Coastal Carolina 31

    The Aggies played the Chanticleers close to the very end. They had the lead midway through the fourth quarter when Coastal’s Devin Brown brought a kick return 99 yards for the winning score. The Aggies got 133 rushing yards from Tarik Cohen in the defeat. Turnovers were also a problem with Kwashaun Quick throwing two interceptions.

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    Catawba College 35, Davidson Wildcats 7

    The Wildcats were upset by Catawba. The teams are more even than you would suppose because Davidson’s football team is a member of the non-scholarship Pioneer League. Quaterback JP Douglas threw two interrceptions. No Davidson running back had more than 40 yards rushing as the Catawba defense shut that all down.

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