KENT, OH -- After a four-overtime marathon, the Aggies finished on top with a 39-36 win at Kent State.
The Aggies trailed 10-0 at the half, but came out and racked up 111 yards and 10 points on their first two possessions of the third quarter.
Kent State led 17-10 at the start of the final quarter, and the Aggies tied it with a 2-yard touchdown by Tarik Cohen.
In the fourth OT, NC A&T trailed 36-33 when wide receiver Denzel Keyes caught the game-winning touchdown in the corner of the end zone.
The Aggies finished the contest with 407 yards on offense; Kent State had 275.
The win marks A&T's first ever over an FBS opponent.
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