MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- Jamarcus Ezell threw a touchdown pass and Jonah McCutcheon had a 46-yard interception return for a score and NCAA Division II-member Tuskegee never trailed in its 14-6 win over Alabama State Saturday night.
Ezell threw a 55-yard touchdown to Peyton Ramzy 90 seconds before halftime for the game's first score. After a scoreless third quarter, McCutcheon picked off Hornets reserve quarterback Darryl Pearson Jr. with 10:46 left in the game.
Alabama State outgained Tuskegee in total yards 367-192 and owned time of possession 35:47 to 24:13. However, the Hornets were flagged for 17 penalties totaling 156 yards and committed two turnovers.
The last time the two teams met was in 2012, with Tuskegee claiming a 27-25 win at ASU Stadium in the final meeting between the two in the Turkey Day Classic.
Lee Corso points out that Alabama has the most efficient offense, defense and special teams in the nation, making the Crimson Tide the top team.
Volunteers sophomore Trey Smith sheds some light on the obstacles he had to overcome in order to play college football.
The GameDay crew weigh-in on the Longhorns' chances to beat TCU.
Lee Corso is confident Mississippi St. will beat the Wildcats without a problem.
The SEC Nation crew breaks down the matchup between the Wildcats and Bulldogs and emphasizes how important the game is for each team.
David Pollack says Florida State's problems need fixing quickly to compete, but Desmond Howard expects FSU to get through their growing pains.
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