FCS Football Scoreboard: Week 4


Let’s take a quick look back at the weekend that was in FCS football here in North Carolina, with some interesting scores. The game of the weekend was probably the Charlotte 49ers and the Elon Phoenix.

Morehead State Eagles 40, Davidson Wildcats 32

Playing within the Pioneer League, where all the teams are similarly limited by their lack of scholarships almost paid off for the Wildcats. Wildcats quarterback JP Douglas threw for 282 yards and a score. However, Morehead State pulled out to a 40-25 lead late in the fourth. Davidson scored once more, but were denied the onside kick recovery that they needed.

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North Carolina A&T Aggies 59, Chowan Braves 0

There was no contest playing the Division II Braves. Aggies quarterback Kwashaun Quick threw for three touchdowns. Quick and Marquell Cartwright both ran for over eighty yards. Tarik Cohen collected the running scores with three. The defense scored off a fumble return in the fourth quarter.

Towson Tigers 31, North Carolina Central Eagles 20

The Eagles engaged the Tigers in a dogfight through three quarters, but never managed to close the gap to more than 24-20. Tigers running back Darius Victor scored with nine minutes to go to push the lead to 31-20, which became the final margin. Eagles quarterback Malcolm Bell had 264 passing yards and a touchdown. Quentin Atkinson caught seven balls for 117 yards. Jazz King had one catch but won Best Name Ever. And he wears #4 too just like another Jazz

Gardner-Webb Runnin Bulldogs 43, Wofford Terriers 36

The Bulldogs and the Terriers exchanged scores throughout the first half, with the Terriers up 28-20 at half. The Bulldogs owned the third quarter and took the lead at 36-28. Wofford tied the game in the fourth, but Gardner-Webb scored a final winning touchdown when Lucas Beatty found Kenny Cook in the end zone. Beatty had three touchdowns on the game. Receiver Seth Cranfill caught two touchdowns.

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  • Elon Phoenix 20, Charlotte 49ers 13

    Tough day for the 49ers, as Matt Johnson threw three interceptions to deny Charlotte a chance to get to get to 4-0. On the other side, Mike Quinn of Elon had a good game throwing the ball for 331 yards and two scores. Both of those scores were thrown to Kierre Brown. After the first half ended 7-7, the game turned into a field goal fest until Quinn found Brown with four minutes left to seal the victory for Elon.