Tigers top MEAC kingpin Bethune-Cookman 16-10 in OT

Cantrell Frazier has been in the Savannah State football program for five years. An ankle injury ruined his senior season a year ago.

But the ankle was feeling fine Saturday night at T.A. Wright Stadium.

The Tigers called a jet sweep for Frazier and he turned the corner and maybe helped the Tigers program turn the corner as well.

Frazier’s 9-yard touchdown run in overtime gave SSU a stunning 16-10 victory over Bethune-Cookman, a team picked to finish second in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference this season.

“We’re ready to take on the rest of the MEAC now,” Frazier said, amid his joyous teammates and adoring fans.

SSU (1-2, 1-0 MEAC) beat the Daytona Beach, Fla., school for the first time since 1992 and ended a streak of 16 straight losses to the Wildcats. Continue reading at: http://savannahnow.com/sports-college-sports/2016-09-25/stunner-savannah-state-tigers-top-meac-kingpin-bethune-cookman-16. 

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