Ga. Military falls short in national title game

Georgia Military College fell short in its attempt to win the NJCAA national title on Sunday.

East Mississippi Community College’s Dontreal Pruitt threw for 325 yards and three touchdowns, and Lakenderic Thomas rushed for 248 yards and three more scores to lead the Lions past GMC 52-32 on Sunday.

GMC (11-1), which was No. 1 entering the game, was attempting to win its first national title since 2001. The Bulldogs also finished second in 2002 and ‘05.

Jovon Robinson rushed for 238 yards and three scores for GMC to finish this season with 2,387 yards and 34 TDs.

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December 13th, 2013
5:56 pm

1) See how many potentially great players came from the State of Ga and did not go to UGA…also, check the All American Teams and the upcoming draft…too many missed opportunities 2) Why doesn’t UGA get more players from GMC….Daniel McCullers would have been a great addition to this year’s Team…a much needed NT to allow Garrison Smith to play his true position DE…but played for TN and is projected to be a 2nd Round draft pick 3) CMR…win a NC in the next 4 years or say “Bye, Bye”…the Mack Brown Rule!!!!


December 10th, 2013
10:44 pm

FootballTopFan(c) the East Mississippi Community College Lions for winning the NJCAA National Championship !!!

The Georgia Military College Bulldogs had a great season.

Just to play in the championship game is a great accomplishment.

We wish both programs the best of luck and success next season.

John Galt

December 9th, 2013
1:54 pm

Manolete – give it a rest.


December 9th, 2013
10:04 am

The bumbling leghumpers should hire the coach at GMC. At least he gets his team to the championship game, something Mark Richt will never do.