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Rushing, punting woes send Morgan State to fourth straight loss, 41-10 to Bethune-Cookman

Rushing, punting woes send Morgan State to fourth straight loss, 41-10 to Bethune-Cookman

For a moment Saturday, football was fun for the Morgan State fans. When the Bears' Will King raced 88 yards with the second-half kickoff at Hughes Stadium, folks looked up from their smart phones and cheered. A minute later, quarterback Chris Andrews scrambled 17 yards for a score and Morgan State crept to within 20-10 of Bethune-Cookman, the four-time defending Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference champion.

End of rally. Bethune-Cookman scored three more touchdowns to win, 41-10.

It was the fourth straight defeat for the Bears (2-6, 2-4 MEAC), who found yet more ways to lose. Two ugly punts that went a total of 33 yards. Three face-mask penalties. A total of 32 yards rushing, most...

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