Tennessee State’s Fitzpatrck Wins CFPA Defensive Back Award

Daniel Fitzpatrick picked off eight passes in six games in 2013.

Tennessee State had a great season in 2013 and Daniel Fitzpatrick was a big part of it. Despite playing in just six games, the junior from Fort Wayne, IN won the College Football Performance Awards (FCS) Defensive Back Award on Friday.

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Fitzpatrick picked off eight passes in six games, returning three for touchdowns. He was a big reason why Tennessee State won an at-large FCS playoff bid and became the first HBCU to win a Division I playoff game since 1999.

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