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It didn’t take long for Berry’s first-year football team to crack the NCAA record book. The record-tying play came courtesy of freshman linebacker Anthony Batey, who scooped up an opponent’s fumble deep in Berry’s end zone and sprinted 100 yards (officially) for a touchdown in the second quarter of a Sept. 28 loss to Rhodes College.

Batey and his teammates have three games remaining in their inaugural season, including home dates against Birmingham-Southern (Oct. 26 at Darlington School) and Sewanee (Nov. 9 at Barron Stadium). Alumni tickets for both games are available for online purchase.


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