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    Welcome to the Alabama A&M Football Blog

    As the 2012 season gets ready to kickoff the Bulldogs of Alabama A&M begin their journey into Div-1A football. After many seasons in SWAC the administration decided it was time for the Bulldogs step up and join the other University in the state playing Div-1A football.​
     
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    The Bulldogs lose their season opener 19-14 to the 6th ranked Georgia Bulldogs. Looking forward to the week 2 matchup as the Bulldogs host their first home game as a Div-1A school.
     
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    A&M gets their first ever win as a Div 1A school and their first win of the season 34-31 over Kennesaw State.
    Defense recorded 4 ints while the offense passed for 233 yards and 3 TDs and rushed for 157 yards.
     
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    Week 3 Season 1
    A&M Falls to Rice 31-10
    After the highs of winning last week A&M felt the sting of cheesy play as Rice consistently went 5 wide only to see the QB scramble for huge chunks of yards then no huddle to a 2 back set and rip the Bulldog defense with counters. This will be remembered and one day in the near future A&M will play Rice again and they will pay.
     
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    The Highs and Lows of Playing Big Time Football
    After experiencing the lows of getting blown out last week by Rice, the Bulldogs were able to experience the high of getting their first win over a BCS Conference team when they upset Texas Tech 42-37. The game showed the coaching staff that the offense could hold its own, but the defense was in some serious need of work.
     

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