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Alabama St. breaks Tuskegee winning streak

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Alabama State University defeated Tuskegee 17-13 in the Turkey Day Classic Thursday, handing the Golden Tigers their first loss in 26 games.

The Hornets (3-8) kept Tuskegee from having a second straight undefeated season and rewriting the record book for the most consecutive wins in school history. The Golden Tigers held the country's longest winning streak and had not lost a game since Oct. 28, 2006.

Alabama State's win in the annual meeting comes after four straight losses in the Thanksgiving Day matchup between the bitter in-state rivals.

Watch the game by clicking the link below.

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