College Football with lots of locals taking Saturday off:James Summers(Page HS) running wild for ECU today[169 yards rushing and “Grown Man” plays for James]

from Friday night:Boise State 56, University of Virginia 14
Today Duke wins over Georgia Tech, North Carolina tops Delaware, Wake Forest falls to Indiana and East Carolina leads VA Tech at halftime…(2 TD’s and big yards for Page HS product QB James Summers.)Summers up there around 150 yards rushing for ECU…Mook Reynolds(Northern Guilford HS) in there for VA Tcch at DB as a true freshman…
169 yards rushing with 2 TD’s and 110 yards passing and 1 TD for James Summers…”Grown-man plays for Summers today…….ECU 35, VA Tech 28 Final….Big game for Will Grier(Davidson Day School) quarterbacking Florida to a 28-27 win over Tennessee on the national stage…Emmanuel Moseley(Dudley HS) out there at DB for Tennessee….

More on James Summers from the ECU athletics web site:
GREENVILLE, N.C. – For the 50,514 rain-soaked fans in sold-out Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium, Saturday’s rivalry clash with Virginia Tech could not have started worse.

“It was probably one of the worst college football starts in history,” junior wide receiver Isaiah Jones said. “But it’s not about how you start, it’s about how you finish. I know it’s cliché, but it’s true.”

And finish the Pirates did.

Down 14-0 after two turnovers less than eight minutes into the game, the Pirates roared back on the burly shoulders of backup quarterback James Summers to take a two-touchdown lead, then thwarted a last-gasp Hokie drive for a 35-28 victory.

Summers, stepping in for Blake Kemp with the score knotted at 14-14, rambled for the second-most yards by an ECU quarterback, finishing with 169 yards on 21 carries (Leander Green had 178 against Richmond in 1979). He also completed 5 of 8 passes for 110 yards and one score to go along with his two rushing touchdowns.

“I’m not surprised at all,” Jones said. “He’s a dual-threat quarterback and he’s really good.

“We’ve got two quarterbacks who can move the ball well and score, but tonight obviously James took the lead, took over the team. He didn’t hesitate. He wasn’t afraid. He got the job done. I’m really proud of him.”

Locals have their OPEN date on today’s schedule with:
Guilford College(OPEN)
Greensboro College(OPEN)
But we do have some of our teams in action, along with a full slate of ACC Football for this wet Saturday…
Towson at Elon 3pm
Winston-Salem State at Elizabeth City State 4pm
Indiana at Wake Forest 12:30pm
Georgia Tech at Duke 12 Noon
Delaware at North Carolina 12:30pm
Virginia Tech at East Carolina 3:30pm
Appalachian State at Old Dominion 3:30pm
Florida Atlantic at Charlotte 7pm
N.C. State at South Alabama 8pm
LSU at Syracuse 12 Noon
Northern Illinois at Boston College 1pm
Samford at Louisville 6pm