ORANGEGBURG, S.C. -- Lamar Raynard threw a pair of touchdown passes and North Carolina A&T remained unbeaten after a 21-7 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference win over South Carolina State Saturday.
North Carolina A&T now has won three straight over the Bulldogs, who had won the previous 10 straight meetings.
Noel Ruiz kicked a 36-yard field goal to get the Aggies (5-0, 2-0) on the board and added field goals from 41- and 27-yards out, but missed a PAT on North Carolina A&T's first touchdown, a 14-yard pass from Raynard to Malik Wilson in the second quarter.
Raynard added a 71-yard touchdown pass to Xavier Griffin in the third quarter and completed 18 of 31 passes for 298 yards, with one interception.
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