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Re: Report: North Carolina A&T Could Be Considering Move To FBS
« Reply #45 on: August 22, 2019, 05:59:47 PM »
You have been in the Sub FCS for four decades. Do you really think that Southern is on par with the other FCS schools? Who have you beaten outside of your conference?

  Still trying to make your ridiculous attempt at giving A&T advice, about Southern huh.   If you were 1/3 as knowledgeable about HBCU/FCS  football. You wouldn't ask such and ignorant question.   Btw there no such thing as Sub FCS. Again stop embarrassing WSSU.
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