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(STATS) -- After national champion North Dakota State, the team that ended the 2015 FCS season with the biggest flourish was, surprise, North Carolina Central.A season-ending win over archrival North Carolina A&T was the Eagles seventh straight and brought with it a second consecutive share of the MEAC title.But then the Eagles watched A&T win the three-way tiebreaker between them and Bethune-Cookman to go off to play in the inaugural Celebration Bowl. Just as they sat on the sideline in 2014 when Morgan State went to the FCS playoffs after five teams, including the Eagles, tied for the conference crown.It keeps our team hungry and focused, third-year coach Jerry Mack said. Its a constant reminder that we have not earned the respect of our conference members because we are still new to the conference. We are proud to be co-champs in the MEAC, but we think we can do much better. Until we win the conference outright, we will not be satisfied as coaches and players.N.C. Central, which joined the MEAC from Division II in 2010, seemingly has a strong enough team to break through this season. On Friday, the Eagles were voted third in the 11-team MEACs preseason poll and placed 10 players on its all-conference team.North Carolina A&T was picked first in the poll and had 13 preseason selections, and Bethune-Cookman was picked second and collected the conference high with 15 preseason selections. N.C. Central was just ahead of South Carolina State, picked fourth with nine preseason selections.The Eagles (8-3, 7-1), coming off their Division I high for wins in a season, have never won three straight conference titles. While they must replace their first NFL Draft choice in cornerback Ryan Smith, they have 13 returning starters (seven offensive and six defensive), featuring quarterback Malcolm Bell, offensive linemen Carl Jones and Desmond Cooper, and linebacker Jeremy Miles, who were named to the All-MEAC preseason first team. Running back Dorrel McClain, named to the second team, returns after being the conferences rookie of the year.Ironically, the Eagles led the FCS in fourth-down conversion percentage on offense (81.8 percent, 9 of 11) and defense (8.3 percent, 1 of 12). They were particularly strong against the run, but Mack seeks improvement against the pass.The Eagles will open the season with back-to-back FBS opponents in Duke and Western Michigan and then host St. Augustine before they jump into the deep MEAC race.I think our team is taking on more of a business-type approach, Mack said. We understand that every opponent is different and we must come ready to play every week. We have been in games where we have struggled early and get stronger as the game goes along.I want our team to walk into every stadium expecting to win games. Not hoping that something goes their way, but each player taking some responsibility to make a play or make something special happen in a positive manner.The MEACs preseason players of the year were North Carolina A&T running back Tarik Cohen (offensive) and South Carolina State linebacker Darius Leonard (defensive). Cohen has won the conferences postseason award in each of the past two seasons.A&T captured the Celebration Bowl, 38-31 over SWAC champion Alcorn State.---=MEAC FOOTBALL PRESEASON POLLHead Coaches and Sports Information Directors Poll1. North Carolina A&T (13 first-place votes), 489 points2. Bethune-Cookman (3), 4473. North Carolina Central (4), 3884. South Carolina State, 3515. Hampton (1), 2656. Norfolk State, 2397. Morgan State, 1928. Florida A&M, 1649. Delaware State (1), 12110. Howard, 9011. Savannah State, 48---=MEAC FOOTBALL PRESEASON TEAM=Offensive Player of the Year -- Tarik Cohen, RB, North Carolina A&TDefensive Player of the Year -- Darius Leonard, LB, South Carolina State---=First Team=Offense=QB -- Malcolm Bell, North Carolina Central, R-Sr.RB -- Tarik Cohen, North Carolina A&T, Sr.RB -- Michael Jones, Bethune-Cookman, Sr.WR -- Twarn Mixson, Hampton, R-Sr.WR -- Jawill Davis, Bethune-Cookman, R-Jr.TE -- Ja-Quan Lumas, Bethune-Cookman, R-Jr.C -- Carl Jones, North Carolina Central, R-Sr.OL -- Brandon Parker, North Carolina A&T, R-Jr.OL -- Javarius Leamon, South Carolina State, R-Sr.OL -- Trevin Huff, Bethune-Cookman, R-Sr.OL -- Desmond Cooper, North Carolina Central R-Sr.---=Defense=DL -- Marquis Ragland, North Carolina A&T, R-Sr.DL -- Angelo Keyes, North Carolina A&T, R-Sr.DL -- Curtis Alexander, Florida A&M, So.DL -- Kevin Thompson, Bethune-Cookman, Jr.LB -- Darius Leonard, South Carolina State, R-Jr.LB -- Dayshawn Taylor, South Carolina State, R-Jr.LB -- Jeremy Miles, North Carolina Central, R-Sr.DB -- Jacques Bryant, Florida A&M, So.DB -- Diquan Richardson, Bethune-Cookman, Jr.DB -- Phillip Henry, South Carolina State, R-Sr.DB -- Deionta Hall, Morgan State, R-Sr.---=Special Teams=PK -- Jonathan Cagle, Bethune-Cookman, Sr.PK -- Christian Faber-Kinney, Hampton, R-Sr.P -- Cody Jones, North Carolina A&T, Sr.RS -- Khris Gardin, North Carolina A&T, Jr.---=Second Team=Offense=QB -- Greg Hankerson, Norfolk State, Sr.RB -- Dorrel McClain, North Carolina Central, R-So.RB -- Orlando Johnson, Morgan State, Sr.WR -- Denzel Keyes, North Carolina A&T, Sr.WR -- Montavious Williams, Florida A&M, R-So.TE -- Justin Chaney, Howard, Jr.C -- Phillip Norman, Bethune-Cookman, R-Jr.OL -- Toree Boyd, Howard, Sr.OL -- Marcus Pettiford, North Carolina A&T, So.OL -- Tarrance Wells, North Carolina Central, Sr.OL -- Keonte Cash, Florida A&M, So.---=Defense=DL -- Antonio Brown, North Carolina Central, R-Jr.DL -- Gregtavious Newell, South Carolina State, R-Jr.DL -- Chris Lee, Norfolk State, Jr.DL -- Todney Evans, Bethune-Cookman, R-So.DL -- DeMarcus Womack, Bethune-Cookman, Sr.LB -- Jalen Day, Howard, R-Sr.LB -- Marcus Albert, North Carolina A&T, R-Jr.LB -- Malik Harris, Delaware State, Jr.DB -- William Burton, Delaware State, Sr.DB -- Zerius Lockhart, North Carolina A&T, R-Jr.DB -- Craig Johnson, Howard, Sr.DB -- Davanta Reynolds, North Carolina Central, R-So.DB -- Sandy Chapman, Norfolk State, Sr.---=Special Teams=PK -- Colby Blanton, Florida A&M, R-So.P -- Cameron Marouf, Norfolk State, Sr.P -- Jerome Pettiway, South Carolina State, Jr.RS -- LaVontis Smith, North Carolina Central, Sr.---=Third Team=Offense=QB -- Larry Brihm Jr., Bethune-Cookman, R-Jr.RB -- Dondre Brown, South Carolina State, Jr.RB -- Gerard Johnson, Norfolk State, Sr.RB -- Dewayne Garrett, Hampton, R-Sr.WR -- Frank Brown, Bethune-Cookman, R-Jr.WR -- Aris Scott, Delaware State, R-Sr.TE -- Willie Gillus, Morgan State, R-Jr.C -- Darriel Mack, North Carolina A&T, R-Jr.OL -- Donovan Johnson, Hampton, Sr.OL -- Joshua Miles, Morgan State, Jr.OL -- Ryan Gould, Hampton, Jr.OL -- Chuka Ezeuzoh, Delaware State, So.---=Defense=DL -- Malik Hampton-Prioleau, North Carolina A&T, Sr.DL -- Jai Franklin, Morgan State, Jr.DL -- Walter Brantley, Norfolk State, So.DL -- JaQuan Smith, North Carolina Central, R-Jr.LB -- Marquis Smith, Savannah State, Sr.LB -- Rashawn Barrett, Delaware State, Sr.LB -- Trenton Bridges, Bethune-Cookman, R-So.DB -- Tard McCoy, North Carolina A&T, R-Jr.DB -- Myle Morris, Hampton, R-Sr.DB -- Arthur Williams, Bethune-Cookman, Jr.DB -- Devondre Powell, South Carolina State, Jr.---=Special Teams=PK -- John Barron, Savannah State, Sr.PK -- Tyler Scandrett, South Carolina State, Jr.P -- Uriel Hernandez, Bethune-Cookman, So.RS -- Marcus Taylor, Norfolk State, So. 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Worcestershire 306 (Mitchell 75, Cox 69*, Magoffin 5-38) and 194 (Fell 85, Magoffin 5-32) beat Sussex 229 (Jordan 57*, Cummins 7-84) and 260 (Wiese 70*, Cummins 5-82) by 11 runs Scorecard Miguel Cummins bowled Worcestershire to a thrilling victory by 11 runs over Sussex at Hove after claiming 12 wickets in the match.The Barbadian followed up his 7 for 84 in the first innings by taking 5 for 82 in the second, including the last four, just when it appeared that Sussex were heading to victory.Chris Jordan (50) and David Wiese, who finished unbeaten on 70, put on 114 in 23 overs for the seventh wicket to get Sussex to within 45 runs of their target.Even when Jordan was squared up by Cummins and caught behind, one ball after reaching his second half-century of the match, Wiese and Jofra Archer added 19 runs to get the target down to 26.But Archer (16) then showed his inexperience, chasing a ball well outside off stump and edging to second slip after Cummins switched back to bowling down the slope.Wiese cracked two boundaries as Sussex took 13 off the next over from Joe Leach to get the target down to 13 but the contest was ended by Cummins in spectacular style.Brett DOliveira produced a wonderful catch at square leg to intercept Danny Briggs leg-side flick and with the next ball Cummins sent Steve Magoffins middle stump flying with a yorker before setting off on a celebratory run around the outfield, with his delighted team-mates in hot pursuit.Victory has improved Worcestershires chances of finishing behind champions Essex in the second division with a home game against Derbyshire to end their season.They had started the final day needing nine wickets with Sussex requiring 259 runs and they made the perfect start when Leach bowled Craig Cachopa through the gate with the second ball of the day, condemning Cachopa to a pair.Sussex were soon 42 for 4 as Cummins bowled Ben Brown with a nip-backer which kept a touch low and Leach collected his 60th wicket of the season when Fynn Hudson-Prentice (20) was bowled.But the green shoots of a Sussex recovery began to sprout in a fifth-wicket stand of 54 between Ollie Robinson and Phil Salt, who had started to look at ease until he drove a slower balll from Charlie Morris to mid-off for 17.ddddddddddddWorcestershire looked to have more or less wrapped things up on the stroke of lunch when DOliveira plucked out Robinsons middle stump with a direct hit from backward point after confusion between him and Jordan over a single. Robinson made 42 but after lunch Jordan and Wiese took the attack back to their opponents.Their first 50 runs came from just 41 balls and luck seemed to be running Sussexs way when Jordans mis-timed pull off the indefatigable Cummins dropped just short of DOliveira at midwicket.Jordan made 50 off 84 balls while Wiese finished from 70 off 80 deliveries with eight fours and a six, off DOliveira but it was Cummins, whose match figures of 12 for 166 were the best of his career, who had the final say.Its a shame one side had to lose and I genuinely mean that, said Steve Rhodes, Worcestershires head coach. It was a great game and a fantastic advert for Championship cricket.The wicket was strange. A lot of batsmen got out early but if you could get in and form partnerships it could be hard to take wickets. I was pleased with the way we stuck at it because when Chris Jordan and David Wiese were batting together I thought that might be it for us - it looked like being the crucial stand - but Miguel Cummins has come back and won it for us.To take 12 wickets and keep running in hard as he did was a mighty fine effort. He is a hard trier and it was an amazing way to finish it with those two wickets at the end.Wiese, whose efforts had taken Sussex so close, said: CJ (Jordan) and I decided there was no point going into our shells, we wanted to be positive because if you hung about on that wicket you would eventually get knocked over.We put pressure on their bowlers and we went through stages when we could score quickly. We complemented each other well and it was such a good wicket that all of a sudden it looked like we might win the game.But they took two really good catches and Miguel Cummins kept coming in hard at the end. It was a terrific game and its just a shame we couldnt get over the line. ' ' '


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