Georgia State was hoping to make history against Tennessee State on Thursday night in Atlanta. And it did. But not the kind it hoped for.
TSU came away with a big 17-10 win over GSU, knocking off the FBS school as GSU celebrated its first game in Georgia State Stadium, former Turner Field, home of the Atlanta Braves.
— TennesseeSt Football (@tsu_football) September 1, 2017
Dajour Nesbeth’s interception with just a minute remaining held off a late GSU rally attempt and sealed the win for TSU.
Former Florida quarterback Treon Harris sizzled for the Tigers as a dual threat, running for 91 yards to go along with his 145 yards passing.
— HBCU Gameday (@HBCUGameday) September 1, 2017
TSU became the first FCS team this season to defeat an FBS team.
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