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Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Fayetteville State Broncos Kicker, Punter & Snapper News

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September 28, 2015 - punter Matthew Trau named CIAA Special Teams Players of the Week
"Trau continued to put the Virginia State offense in tough field positioning with seven punts totaling 271 yards. He had a long of 57 yards and averaged 38.7 yards per punt." - Broncos
February 4, 2015 - long snapper Garrett Brown signs
"I have played varsity football for four years and my main goal has been to make it to the collegiate level. I was pulled up half way through my freshman year to be the starting long snapper.I have played the majority of my high school career at tackle but I have been moved to center this year. This past summer, I attended a Kohl's Long Snapping Camp where my average snap time to a punter was .79 seconds and my average snap time to a holder was .3 seconds." - NCSA

November 1, 2014 - Antonio Mayo kicks OT game winner over Livingstone College
"The Fayetteville State University football team topped Livingstone College 31-28 in overtime on Saturday, November 1st during the FSU Homecoming at Luther "Nick" Jeralds Stadium....  In the overtime, Fayetteville State won the toss and chose to defer. Powell scored for Livingstone with a 20-yard TD pass to Bowden. Bryant answered for FSU with a two yard run and knotted the game at 28-28. FSU gained a consecutive possession with the tie. Senior place kicker Antonio Mayo (Jacksonville, NC) drilled a potential game-winning 45 yard field goal to give the Broncos a 31-28 advantage. A holding penalty pushed Livingstone back to the FSU 35 yard line on their next series. The game came down to one final play. On 4th and goal from the FSU 32, Powell broke the pocket and scrambled to the left side of the field. He launched a pass to the opposite side and found Austin Higgins, who made it into the end zone. However, Powell was flagged for illegal procedure and the play did not count." - Broncos

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