HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Winning the Magic City Classic is always big for Alabama A&M, but Saturday's win over Alabama State says a lot about this particular team according to head coach James Spady. The Bulldogs have their first winning streak since 2014, and in those games Spady says the team has played two of it's most complete games since he's been with the program. "Just to watch this team do things we talk about, and put into piratical application. They are out there going around and doing the things we talk about in the classroom, and they've executed over the last couple of games," Spady said. "I'm hopeful, I want to knock on wood, but I'm hopeful that starting to round out, starting to mature and catch fire.
This Saturday Alabama A&M plays its final home game of the season hosting Grambling state.