Found October 20, 2013 on HBCU Gameday:
Hampton's Denzel Heath moves the ball against Norfolk State. (Daily Press photo) Saturday was a good day to be on the road in MEAC football. Delaware State, Howard, Hampton and Morgan won a total of just one game prior to the start of conference play, but all four picked up wins on the road on Saturday. The only home team to handle business was Bethune-Cookman, who easily disposed of Savannah State 48-41. Morgan State (2-5, 2-1) and Howard got the added satisfaction of spoiling their opponents homecoming games. Morgan jumped out to a 21-0 first quarter lead against NCCU, using its running game to control the clock and capitalizing on four NC Central (3-4, 1-2) turnovers. Quarterback Seth Higgins had a big first half, throwing and running for touchdowns and helping his team to a 24-10 halftime lead before sitting out the second half with a shoulder injury. NCCU would make a comeback attempt in the fourth quarter, but the rally fell short and the Eagles fell 34-22, droppin...
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