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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1974
BRONCOS HOST ELIZABETH CITY FOR
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The Fayetteville State University football team has passed
the halfway mark for the 1974 season and stand 1-1 in the Central
Inter-collegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) with a rugged
conference slate before them. The FSU club is 3-2 overall.
The Broncos travel to St. Paul’s College and Winston-Salem
before returning home to host Livingstone College.
The gala homecoming game is against Elizabeth City State
University and the final two CIAA contests are played on the road
against Virginia Union University and Johnson C. Smith
The FSU men have defeated Federal City College, Fort
Bragg, and Shaw University. They have dropped contests to
Norfolk State College and Morehouse College.
“Our pass defense has been one of our major weaknesses,”
said Coach Ray McDougal, “but we hope to improve in the second
half of the season.”
Leaders for the first half of the campaign include running
back James Godwin who is top ground gainer with 447 yards and
75 carries. The All-CIAA prospect and pro-prospect is also an
exceptional blocker and leads the team in scoring with four TDs
and 24 points. Wide receiver Ronald Crawford is the leading pass
receiver with eight receptions and 143 yards for two touchdowns.
Crawford is averaging 17.9 yards catch per game and is
averaging 28.6 yards per contest.
Quarterback Jerome McDowell has thrown for three touch
downs and 314 yards. He has completed 22 passes of 48 attempts.
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CHASING THE QB is the name of the game as these FSU linesmen close in on the opposition. The
Atlanta-based Morehouse College team defeated the Broncos despite outstanding defensive play of
the Bronco line.
(FSU Photo by John B. Henderson)
J. C. Smith
A. & T. State
J. C. Smith
A. & T. State
All home basketball games will be played in Cumberland
Memorial Arena and will commence at 8:00 p.m.
HAND-OFF is given to Bronco running back Tim Heath and Jerome McDowell,
place against Morehouse College. The Broncos dropped the thriller, 27-20.
The action took
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POETRY IN MOTION is beautiful head majorette Linda Burney of the Fayetteville
State University Marching 101 Band. Linda is a senior sociology major from Kinston,
North Carolina, and wants to become a social worker. Linda loves to work with the
elderly and juveniles as well and would like to pursue a Master’s degree
in Social Work.
(FSU Photo by John B. Menderson)