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FAMU introduces Winslow as athletic director

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) Florida A&M has officially announced Kellen Winslow Sr. as its next athletic director. The university held a ceremony on campus Wednesday to introduce the College and Pro Football Hall of Famer.

Winslow was the No. 13 pick in the 1979 NFL draft and was a five-time Pro Bowl tight end with the San Diego Chargers. He recently worked as director of planning and new business development at Disney's Wide World of Sports. Winslow was vice president for athletics and wellness at Lakeland College in Plymouth, Wis., from August 2012 through March 2013. He previously worked as the athletic director for Central State University, in Wilberforce, Ohio, for nearly four years.

FAMU fired Derek Horne in June and Michael Smith had been the interim athletic director since.

Passing Yards: D. Fleming1016
Passing TDs: D. Fleming6
Rushing Yards: J. Owens379
Rushing TDs: L. Buice3
Receiving Yards: L. Lennon406
Receiving TDs: C. Glines5
Interceptions: P. Aiken4
Schedule 2014
Date Opponent Result / Time
8/30 at Jackson State 4:00 PT5:00 MT6:00 CT7:00 ET11:00 GMT7:00 北京时间4:00 MST6:00 EST
9/6 at Miami (FL) TBA
9/20 vs. Coastal Carolina TBA
9/27 at Tennessee State TBA
10/4 vs. Morgan State TBA
10/11 vs. Savannah State TBA
10/18 at Howard 10:00 PT11:00 MT12:00 CT1:00 ET5:00 GMT1:00 北京时间10:00 MST12:00 EST
10/25 at North Carolina A&T 10:00 PT11:00 MT12:00 CT1:00 ET5:00 GMT1:00 北京时间10:00 MST12:00 EST
11/1 vs. Norfolk State TBA
11/8 vs. South Carolina State TBA
11/15 at Delaware State 11:00 PT12:00 MT1:00 CT2:00 ET7:00 GMT3:00 北京时间12:00 MST2:00 EST
11/22 at Bethune-Cookman TBA
Mid-Eastern Athletic
  Conference Overall
16 Bethune-Cookman 7-1 10-3
South Carolina State 7-1 9-4
Morgan State 5-3 5-7
Delaware State 5-3 5-6
North Carolina A&T 4-4 7-4
Howard 4-4 6-6
Hampton 4-4 4-8
North Carolina Central 3-5 5-7
Norfolk State 3-5 3-9
Florida A&M 2-6 3-9
Savannah State 0-8 1-11
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 2628 (125)
Passing Yards: 1374 (121)
Rushing Yards: 1254 (111)
Points per game: 16.1 (117)
Yards per game: 219.0 (125)
Touchdowns: 20 (118)
Field Goals: 4 (120)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 3851 (20)
Passing Yards: 1504 (1)
Rushing Yards: 2347 (88)
Points per game: 26.5 (59)
Yards per game: 320.9 (12)
Touchdowns: 36 (45)
Field Goals: 8 (29)
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