Overall, the Aggies have won13 straight games away from home against FCS opponents. Their road appearance comes after the Aggies received an extra two days away from competition after defeating Delaware State last Thursday in the conference opener for N. The Aggies defense was again superb after holding the Hornets to only yards of offense. DSU only rushed for 23 yards marking the fifth time in the Aggies last six conference games that an opponent failed to rush for yards. The Aggies have only given up 12 points in their last three conference games and have outscored their last two MEAC foes by a total of
Norfolk State quarterback Juwan Carter was of for 56 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions, while a trio of players in Kevin Johnson 3 carries, 19 yards , Gerald Hulett 11 carries, 13 yards and Carter 7 carries, 10 yards combined for 42 yards on 21 carries.
The Chanticleers took less than five minutes to put the first points of the game on the scoreboard, as sophomore place-kicker capped off an play, yard opening drive with a yard field goal to give the men in Teal a lead with to go in the first quarter. After the Chants' defense forced a three-and-out, the offense picked up where it left off on its second drive of the game, this time finishing off the drive with the help of an NSU roughing the passer penalty to find pay dirt.
The Chants drove down to the Spartans' three-yard line and then on a fourth-and-goal attempt, Carpenter was hit late on a pass attempt into the end zone which kept the CCU drive alive.
White then plunged in from one-yard out on the extra play for the touchdown, the first of his career, to cap the play, yard touchdown drive. The PAT was no good, which put the Chants in front at with to go in the first quarter. Coastal's defense would need just one play on the next NSU offensive possession to get the ball back to the offense, as Kryst picked off a Carter pass along the home sideline to put the offense in good position.
However, the Spartan's defense kept the Chants out of the end zone this time and forced another Biscardi field goal, this time from 32 yards out to increase the home team's lead to double digits at as the first quarter concluded. Capitalizing off a Coastal Carolina fumble and taking over on the Coastal yard line, the Spartans got on the board in the second quarter.
With the turnover, the Spartans drove yards on seven plays and scored on a four-yard touchdown pass from Carter to Anthony Williams to cut the CCU lead to five at with to go before the halftime break. The two teams traded punts before the Chants pushed their lead back out to 12 on a Carpenter eight-yard pass and catch to a diving Likely in the end zone with to go in the second quarter to put the score at , where it would stand at the halftime intermission.
Despite coming up just one-yard short from the end zone at the end of the first half, the Chants took advantage of a Burton interception to score less than four minutes into the second half.
The Burton pick and yard return set up a yard scoring drive, as a six-yard touchdown scamper by Hairston capped the drive to put the home team in front with to go in the third quarter.
Following the lightning delay, the Chants took the ball after a yard punt and drove 58 yards over the next of the game to tack on another score on a Marable one-yard spurt through the middle to push the lead out to after the extra point.
CCU's White added his second rushing touchdown of the game minutes into the fourth quarter on a six-yard sprint while on the next offensive series McCall led the team on an yard drive before connecting with Williams for a seven-yard touchdown catch with to play in the contest.
Coastal will return to the road for the first of two-straight road contests at UMass next Saturday, Sept. Kickoff is set for 1 p.