Found September 14, 2013 on HBCU Gameday:
Jorrian Washington and Hampton fell to 0-3 with Saturday's loss to Tennessee Tech. (Mark Sutton Photo) (Courtesy of Hampton Athletics) HAMPTON, Va. --  Hampton finally came out of its offensive slump, but it wasn't enough as it fell to Tennessee Tech 30-27 in their opener at Armstrong Stadium. The Pirates fell to 0-3 on the season, while Tennessee Tech improved to 2-1. "We just didn't play well," a dejected Rose said about his offense's performance. "Turnovers, missed moments. We didn't play well, and we lost." The Pirates showed flashes of improvement early, but finished with 245 yards and never kept the groove going. After a Tennessee Tech field goal, quarterback Jaylian Williamson  ran in a 7-yard touchdown with two minutes left in the first quarter to put Hampton up 7-3. Tech responded with a Darian Stone 1-yard touchdown run with 13:12 left in the second quarter. Almost seven minutes later, with his...
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Tennessee Tech holds on to beat Hampton 30-27

Cody Matthews caught nine passes for 114 yards and his game-winning touchdown clinched Tennessee Tech's 30-27 win over Hampton on Saturday night. Tennessee Tech (2-1) pushed its lead to 30-20 with 4:09 left on Matthews' 32-yard touchdown catch. Hampton responded with a touchdown, but were unable to recover the ball on the onside kick with less than 2 minutes remaining. ...
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