MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- Ezra Gray's 30-yard run in overtime lifted Alabama State to a 26-20 victory over Division-II Tuskegee on Saturday night in a season opener.
Christian Clark blocked Tuskegee's 43-yard field goal attempt in OT. Gray, after the Hornets were penalized 5 yards, scored on the next play.
The victory came in Donald Hill-Eley's first game as the team's official head coach. After the Hornets went 0-5 to start last season, Hill-Eley was named interim coach for the final six games in which Alabama State went 5-1.
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