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Dexter Hill, wearing a navy # 22 Aggies jersey, drove from Lake Wylie, SC, to his first Aggies game in person since the 2019 Celebration Bowl in Atlanta.
“It’s a bit of a hassle, but I’m glad to see we have all these checks and balances,” said the 20-year season ticket holder. “You can’t play around with that. I am glad that we are exercising caution. “
The plan was also lauded by Charlotte A&T alumna Deborah Duell, who attended with her husband Willie.
“I was very impressed with the number of stations and the efficiency of the stations in terms of verification,” she said.
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Freshman Tyteana Bennett from High Point attended her first A&T football game. After passing a verification station, she said that A & T’s security procedures are also carried out in classrooms.
“At A&T, they do a very good job of making sure everyone is safe, wearing their masks, and following safety protocols,” said Bennett.
Fans tailgating at Truist Stadium prior to the NC Central-A&T football game.
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For one person, the Aggies fans and alumni were grateful to see football in Greensboro again. And they were grateful to see each other despite wearing masks after missing out on those off-season opportunities in 2020.
“The camaraderie we have and the fellowship here at the tailgate; That’s what I missed the most, ”said Carolyn Glover, an A&T graduate from Roanoke, Virginia, her husband Darnell and two college roommates, Melvin J. Fair of High Point and C. Michael Shaw of Rocky Mount, who have been friends since enrolling are in 1971 and have been the basis of a multi-family meeting before the games for 17 years.