DURHAM, N.C. (AP) -Brandon Gilbert's three field goals were the difference in North Carolina Central's 23-16 win against Winston-Salem on Saturday.
Gilbert's field goals of 45, 28 and 34 yards - the last of which pushed the margin of victory to seven points - was the difference in a game in which the Eagles (3-7) gained 154 total yards. The Eagles had two turnovers, but capitalized on two interceptions and two fumbles by the Rams (3-7).
Jarrett Dunston's 1-yard run gave the Rams a 10-3 halftime lead.
Tony McCord's 11-yard run and George Mobley's 1-yard rush were the difference in the second half, propelling the Eagles to a 20-10 lead midway through the third.
John Thompson's 1-yard run pulled the Rams within four points before Gilbert's final kick sealed the game.

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