"It was assignment football. Coach told us at halftime what we need to do and what we were doing wrong. And we tried to make adjustments, but it's up to the players to follow through on those adjustments." says Michael McMillan
The Rattler offense also struggling behind Leon Camel in his first start of the season. Though, it was the entire offense collectively responsible for the in-efficiency.
"You can't point fingers. It was a team loss." Says Offensive Guard Anthony Collins
"We gave the two turnovers inside the red zone which gave them 14 points. It's not like they really beat us, we beat ourselves and gave them the game." Says quarterback Leon Camel
Now FAMU is regrouping looking to get back to 500 as they prepare they prepare to face South Carolina State in Orangeburg, SC.