A&T Faces Tough Bethune-Cookman Team
Aggies Attempt to Tame the Wildcats
One of the best teams in the Football Championship Subdivision comes into Aggie Stadium on Saturday. The Bethune-Cookman Wildcats are fresh off of a game against Division I Miami Hurricanes where they were competitive for three quarters. N.C. A&T meanwhile, is looling to put together its first consecutive game winning streak since beating Winston-Salem State and Norfolk State in back-to-back weeks in 2009. The Aggies are looking to beat the Wildcats for the first time since '03, and they are trying to hold the Wildcats to under 30 points for just the second time in the last seven meetings.
Aggies Introduce Score Trax
Sign up for Score Trax today! The new program will allow the athletics department to text updated scores and messages to your smartphones.
It is real easy to sign up. Put www.scoretrax.com into your browser. Create your own account, and when we update the score at the Morgan State game, you should receive a text message.
The Aggies' radio syndication returns for the Bethune-Cookman contests. Aggie fans outside of the Piedmont area can listen to Aggies football live throughout the state. Spencer Gwynn, Billy Covington and Mel Swann will bring the radio broadcast to the Piedmont audience on Saturday. The syndicated game will be broadcasted by Donal Ware (play-by-play) and Eric Curry.
Aggie Promo for Radio Syndication
WNAA 90.1 FM Link
The following stations will carry the Aggie football games.
Radio Station City Coverage Area
WOGR-FM 88.3/AM-1540 Charlotte, NC Charlotte Metro
WBLA-AM 1440 Elizabethtown Elizabethtown, Lumberton, Whiteville
WGAS-AM 1420 Gastonia Gastonia
WELS-AM 1010 Kinston Kinston, Goldsboro, (New Bern, Greenville)
WYRN-AM 1480 Louisburg Louisburg, Franklinton
WTSB-AM 1090 Raleigh-Durham Triangle, Fayetteville, Goldsboro, Clinton
WOGR-FM 93.3 Salisbury Salisbury
WCPS-FM-105.7/AM-760 Tarboro/Rocky Mount Tarboro, Rocky Mount, (Greenville)