- Florida A&M wins their first game on Ken Riley Field at Bragg Memorial Stadium against West Florida
- Florida A&M extends their FCS second-longest home winning streak to 16 wins in a row
- Jeremey Moussa leads the passing attack with 271 yards and three touchdowns
Florida A&M Rattlers dominated the West Florida Argonauts in their first game on Ken Riley Field, winning 31-10. This victory marked their 16th consecutive home win at Bragg Memorial Stadium. Jeremey Moussa led the Rattlers’ passing attack with 271 yards and three touchdowns. Marcus Riley and Nick Dixon contributed to the offensive success, while Terrell Jennings rushed for a career-long touchdown. Florida A&M’s defense was also impressive, forcing one turnover and outgaining West Florida by 262 yards. The Rattlers’ offense exploded in the third quarter, scoring three touchdowns to seal the win.
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