Titans Shine in All-Star Game

By: Rob Shaw Email
By: Rob Shaw Email

Just like how Walter Dix is competing with the best of the best, 4 Titans earned the call to play with the best football players in the AIFA All-Star game.

The Titans own Ben Dougherty was the starter for the South at QB. On the season, he compiled 97 touchdowns, 13 of the rushing variety.

44 of his touchdowns were to former FAMU teammate Rodrick Miller. That number only increased in the All-Star game, as Miller was the target for the first points in the game for Team South. Dougherty tossed a slant pass, that Miller caught on the run, and he didn't stop until his feet were planted in the end zone.

Ultimately, it wasn't enough for Team South. At one point, down 45-21, Big Ben led the team on a ferocious comeback including a 10-yard QB sneak into the end zone, despite crashing into a wall of Team North All-Stars to bring the squad within 12.

Just like the Titans season, despite flashes of offensive genius, Team South fell short at the end.


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