NORFOLK, Va. -- Juwan Carter threw two touchdown passes and Norfolk State forced a pair of fourth-quarter turnovers to beat Florida A&M 35-28 on Saturday.
J.T. Wahee recovered Devin Bowers' fumble and returned the ball 96 yards into the end zone as the Spartans took a 28-21 lead with 9:43 to play. About two minutes later, Ryan Stanley completed a 25-yard touchdown pass to Chad Hunter to tie at 28-28.
Carter threw a 24-yard TD pass to George Wahee, and a 45-yard score to Marcus Taylor. Kyle Archie scored on a 38-yard fumble return in the second quarter for Norfolk State (2-3 2-0 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference).
Stanley threw three touchdown passes and one interception for Florida A&M (2-4, 1-2), which committed five turnovers.
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