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NCCU takes care of business at homecoming, wallops Central State - Story in Photos

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click to enlarge Eagle kicker Nickolas Hahula goes vertical after attempting to rush the ball in Saturday's homecoming contest. (Photo by Rob Rowe)
  • Eagle kicker Nickolas Hahula goes vertical after attempting to rush the ball in Saturday's homecoming contest. (Photo by Rob Rowe)

O'KELLY-RIDDICK STADIUM/DURHAM -- It was homecoming weekend as the Eagles defeated the Central State Marauders. For Mike Potter's post-game story, click here; for the rest of the photographs, they'll be after the page break.

click to enlarge Junior defensive back David Ingram leads the team out as athletes of other school teams release 100 balloons to symbolize the school's 100 years of existance. (Photo by Rob Rowe)
  • Junior defensive back David Ingram leads the team out as athletes of other school teams release 100 balloons to symbolize the school's 100 years of existance. (Photo by Rob Rowe)

click to enlarge CSU's quarterback Jeff Brooks throws the ball right past NCCU's Teryl White. (Photo by Rob Rowe)
  • CSU's quarterback Jeff Brooks throws the ball right past NCCU's Teryl White. (Photo by Rob Rowe)

click to enlarge Marauder Jeff Brooks dodges Eagle Donald Lester in Central's 53-22 homecoming victory over Central State. (Photo by Rob Rowe)
  • Marauder Jeff Brooks dodges Eagle Donald Lester in Central's 53-22 homecoming victory over Central State. (Photo by Rob Rowe)

click to enlarge N.C. Central's head coach Mose Rison watches as his team defeats Divison II's Central State University. (Photo by Rob Rowe)
  • N.C. Central's head coach Mose Rison watches as his team defeats Divison II's Central State University. (Photo by Rob Rowe)

click to enlarge CSU's Evan Wallace is surrounded by Eagles Rashad Fox, bottom, and Roger Stewart, top. (Photo by Rob Rowe)
  • CSU's Evan Wallace is surrounded by Eagles Rashad Fox, bottom, and Roger Stewart, top. (Photo by Rob Rowe)

click to enlarge Central's Tim Shankle rushes the ball in the Eagles' victory over the Marauders. (Photo by Rob Rowe)
  • Central's Tim Shankle rushes the ball in the Eagles' victory over the Marauders. (Photo by Rob Rowe)

click to enlarge Central State's sophomore quarterback Jeff Brooks starts to throw the pigskin in CSU's loss to NCCU. (Photo by Rob Rowe)
  • Central State's sophomore quarterback Jeff Brooks starts to throw the pigskin in CSU's loss to NCCU. (Photo by Rob Rowe)

click to enlarge Eagle junior runningback takes a dive in Central's victory over Central State. (Photo by Rob Rowe)
  • Eagle junior runningback takes a dive in Central's victory over Central State. (Photo by Rob Rowe)

click to enlarge A member of the North Carolina Central University Marching Sound Machine plays her instrumet at Saturday's homecoming contest; it was announced last week that the Marching Sound Machine would perform in the 2010 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, Calif. (Photo by Rob Rowe)
  • A member of the North Carolina Central University Marching Sound Machine plays her instrumet at Saturday's homecoming contest; it was announced last week that the Marching Sound Machine would perform in the 2010 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, Calif. (Photo by Rob Rowe)

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