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Courtesy: NC A&T Sports Information
          Release: 10/20/2011
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Courtesy: NC A&T Sports Information

The Surprises of the MEAC

Over the last six seasons, Howard and North Carolina A&T have stumbled to the bottom of the MEAC standings. Howard has not had a winning season since 2004 and the Aggies last winning season occurred in 2003. Over the previous six seasons, the two teams have combined to go 29-104. In the same time frame, S.C. State is 52-18. But the trends are changing for both schools. The Aggies and the Bison were picked to finish 9th and 11th respectively in the conference during the preseason, but the Aggies are 3-0 in the MEAC and the Bison is 2-2 with a win over MEAC co-champion Florida A&M. Perhaps the reasons behind the turnarounds are the two first-year head coaches. Rod Broadway is in his first season as the Aggies head coach, while Gary Harrell took over it is alma mater.

The Polls

As the wins continue to pour in, North Carolina A&T is starting to be recognized nationally. In this week's Sports Network Top 25 Poll, the Aggies received four votes. The Aggies entered the Sheridan Broadcasting Network Poll for the first time in seven years this week as the No. 9 team. The SBN Poll traditionally determines who the Black College National Champion is. The Aggies last won the title in 1999.

2011 SBN Poll Previous Week
Team                       Record                    Pts.

1. Alabama State     6-1                           259
2. Norfolk State        6-1                           246
3. S.C. State            4-3                           178
4. Jackson State      6-1                           145
5. WSSU                  7-0                           121
6. Bethune-Cookman3-3                           97
7. Albany State        4-2                           82
8. Alabama A&M      4-2                           56
9. N.C. A&T              4-2                           51
10. Hampton            3-3                           39

Others receiving votes: Stillman 34, Florida A&M 28, Morehouse 23, Elizabeth City State 19, Morgan State 15.

Radio Syndication
The Aggies' radio syndication returns for the Howard contest. Aggie fans outside of the Piedmont area can listen to Aggies football live throughout the state. Spencer Gwynn and Billy Covington will bring the radio broadcast to the Piedmont audience on Saturday. Game time is 1 p.m.

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, Goldsboro, Clinton
WOGR-FM 93.3                  Salisbury                             Salisbury
WGTM-AM 590                  Wilson                                 Wilson, Tarboro, Rocky Mount, Greenville, Goldsboro, Fayetteville (Raleigh, Camp Lejeune, Wilmington)

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