Ryan Stanley threw for a career-high 427 yards and had three touchdowns including a scoring strike to Kamari Young with just over a minute remaining to secure the win as Florida A&M beat South Carolina State 42-38 on Saturday afternoon.
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Ryan Stanley's 2-yard touchdown pass to Xavier Smith with 32 seconds remaining was his fourth TD toss of the day and Florida A&M beat North Carolina Central 28-21 on Saturday.
- Florida A&M's Wood resigns after 3 seasons
- Johnson, Joe among class for Black College HOF
- Florida A&M reports multiple violations to NCAA
- Three convicted in FAMU band hazing death
Ryan Stanley threw for 293 yards and Terrell Jennings rushed for two touchdowns, including a 6-yarder in the fourth quarter that staked Florida A&M to a 30-28 victory over Norfolk State Saturday night in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference opener.
Ryan Stanley threw for 355 yards and two touchdowns as Florida A&M rallied late to beat Southern 27-21 on Saturday.
Florida A&M scored six times in the second quarter as they flattened Fort Valley State 57-20 Saturday night in their home opener, piling up 583 yards of offense.
Former Notre Dame star Brandon Wimbush threw for 168 yards and two touchdowns in his UCF debut, helping the 17th-ranked Knights open the season with a 62-0 rout of Florida A&M on Thursday night.
Two days after Florida A&M completed their season, Alex Wood has resigned as the Rattlers' coach. Wood was 8-25 in three seasons.
Gary "Big Hands" Johnson, Harold Jackson and longtime coach Billy Joe are among the latest inductees into the Black College Football Hall of Fame.
Schools are lining up to get in touch with Florida QB Treon Harris, who has announced his intent to transfer.
Florida A&M has announced several self-imposed penalties relating to secondary violations of NCAA rules.
QB avoids multiple sacks, throws TD
South Florida's Quinton Flowers eluded Florida A&M tacklers to keep the play alive before lofting it to D'Ernest Johnson in the end zone. The Bulls lead the Rattlers 9-0.
FAMU band member sentenced in hazing death
Caleb Jackson, a former Florida A&M band member who had been waiting for an official ruling on his punishment, was sentenced to four years in prison. Jackson was sentenced Friday after being postponed twice in the past month. He pleaded no contest to manslaughter and hazing in 2013.
The last three defendants in the death of a Florida A&M drum major were convicted of manslaughter and hazing Friday, ending a case that shined a light on hazing within the school's band.