The Alcorn State Braves (9-3) travel to Atlanta as reigning Southwestern Athletic Conference champion. Alcorn State meets up with the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference co-champion North Carolina A&T Braves (9-4) on Saturday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in the Celebration Bowl.
Alcorn State is led by quarterback Felix Harper (179 of 296, 2,613 yards, 30 TDs, eight interceptions) as one of the best signal-callers in the FCS. The Braves lead the FCS in takeaways with 34 and are No. 1 in the SWAC in both scoring defense (19.7 points per game) and total defense (328.5 yards per game).
Quarterback Kylil Carter (137 of 254, 1,856 yards, 12 TDs, three interceptions; 104 carries, 483 yards, two touchdowns) leads the North Carolina A&T attack from the air and the ground. The Aggie defense, though, ranks No. 3 nationally (FCS) in allowing just 270.4 yards per game.
North Carolina A&T, the bowl’s defending champion, has a 3-1 record in the Celebration Bowl, the third iteration of the game pitting the SWAC vs. MEAC, and earned two of those wins over Alcorn State.
Here’s how to live stream Alcorn State vs. North Carolina A&T in the Celebration Bowl.
The North Carolina A&T Aggies will be looking for their 3rd consecutive Celebration bowl victory when they take on the Alcorn State Braves in a rematch of the 2018 game.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) December 8, 2019
The MEAC leads the SWAC 3-1 with all three wins coming from the Aggies. @TheUndefeated pic.twitter.com/IjPWWlcaMX
- Location: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta
- Date: Dec. 21, 12pm ET
- Streaming: ABC
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Celebration Bowl: Why it matters
The Battle of the Bands is just as crucial as the action on the gridiron and should absolutely not be missed.
"Perfection and complex formations, crisp, sharp sound, and sky-high higher performance quality are givens. But some fans forget all the hours it takes bands to put on such a show." 🥁🎷 https://t.co/AOmuPIdKOA— Celebration Bowl (@CelebrationBowl) December 26, 2018
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