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Football Recaps - November 28

Courtesy: SWAC.org
Release: 11/28/2013
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Alabama State 41, Stillman 28
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MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Alabama State University scored 20 unanswered points to pick up a 41-28 win over Stillman on Thanksgiving Day during the 90th Annual Turkey Day Classic at The New ASU Stadium.

Offensive MVP Jahaad Coleman rushed for touchdowns of nine and 78 yards to finish with 150 yards on 17 carries (8.8 avg) on the ground.

Dabiel Duhart completed 15-of-27 for 186 yards with two touchdwons and a pair on interceptions. DeMario Bell hauled in four receptions for 101 yards.

Kourtney Berry, Leland Baker, and Deandre Rashada each finished with eight tackles. Berry earned the game's defensive MVP had six solo tackles to go with a sack.
ASU (8-4) held a 14-0 but a string of big plays helped Stillman put a scare into the Hornets.

Stillman (6-5) scored on a kickoff return, a fumble return, a 77-yard pass play and an interception return to take the lead 28-21 early in the third quarter.

Dondre Purnell muffed the kickoff catch after Alabama State’s second touchdwon, but managed to grab the ball for a 90-yard score.

He hauled in a 77-yard pass three plays after halftime, and Greg Abrams returned a Duhart interception 33 yards for a 28-21 lead.

Duhart came right back with an 11-yard touchdown to Brandon Barnes to spark the Hornets second-half rout.

Torrance Moise finished 11-of-23 for 182 yards and a touchdwon to pace the Tigers' offense.

Purnell recorded seven receptions for 90 yards. On defense, SC was highlighted by Cam Stallings' 14 tackles with Roderick Bonner and Elize Kitchen pitching in a sack.

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