North Carolina Central vs. Florida A&M 2012: TV schedule, game time, spread and more

Here's all you need to know for Florida A&M's Saturday matchup against the North Carolina Central Eagles.

The Florida A&M Rattlers will be looking to play the role of spoiler when North Carolina Central Eagles pay them a visit Saturday afternoon.

The Rattlers have lost four of their last five games but a win over the Eagles would be a huge statement for this struggling program. Florida A&M head coach Joe Taylor stepped away from the team earlier in the week so a win at this juncture is exactly what the Rattlers need.

North Carolina Central (5-1) is currently second in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference but a huge game from QB Damien Fleming and WR Travis Harvey could earn the Rattlers the upset.

Fleming has connected with Harvey for a team-high 663 receiving yards and seven touchdowns. The Eagles are currently giving up 25 more passing yards a game then they're accumulating themselves so it's possible Fleming and Harvey could have big games.

Here's all you need to know for Saturday's game:

Time: 3:00 p.m. EST

Location: Bragg Memorial Stadium in Tallahassee, FLA.

Media Coverage: Listen in at WNCU 90.7 FM or online at NCCUEaglePride.com

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