NORFOLK, Va. -- Shai McKenzie ran for two early touchdowns and Hampton never trailed, beating Norfolk State 16-14 on Saturday.
Williams took the Pirates 70 yards during the first drive of the game and McKenzie capped it with a 6-yard scoring run. McKenzie scored again from four yards out to extend Hampton's lead to 14-0 with 1:22 to play in the first quarter.
The Pirates scored a safety in the third, dropping Norfolk State's Larry Bishop in the end zone after the Spartans (2-4, 2-1) had taken possession on downs at their own 1-yard line.
Norfolk State's Josh Nardone missed two field goal attempts. The second, from 25 yards, would have given the Spartans the lead with 2:29 left in the game.
Juwan Carter threw for 211 yards and two touchdowns for Norfolk State.
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