NC A&T’s Run Ends With (Social Media) Bang

Adrien Powell and NC A&T finish with a 20-17 record.

Tuesday night, North Carolina A&T captured the hearts and twitter timelines of Black America during its 73-72 win over Liberty in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. Thursday night, it caught some shade from many of those same individuals as they fell 79-48 to Louisville.

Coming off Southern’s near upset of number one seed Gonzaga, A&T had a tough act to follow. Things started out optimistic enough, as A&T trailed just 6-4 early in the first half. 

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But as things began snowball on NC A&T, things began to go south on social media. And the clowning commenced.

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But anyone who has ever been around an Aggie will tell you, they shade with the best of them.

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And the last word goes to one of the guys who made history, Austin Witter. 
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