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Collier's 2 fourth-quarter TDs cap N.C. Central comeback
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DURHAM, N.C (AP) Latrell Collier rushed for a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns as North Carolina Central rallied to defeat Division II Winston-Salem State 20-13 in a Saturday night comeback before 10,918 in its first home game in 672 days.
Collier burst over the left side from the 2, scoring the game-winner with 1:41 left on the clock. N.C. Central held Winston-Salem without a first down and took over on downs with under a minute left.
Four seconds into the fourth quarter, Collier had barreled over the middle from the one to knot the score at 13-13.
Winston-Salem had taken a 13-6 lead into the final period on a pair of Jobanni Esparza field goals and a 19-yard touchdown pass from Cameron Lewis to Antjuan Collins.
The Eagles previous home game was on Nov. 16, 2019, against S.C. State.
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Updated September 18, 2021