Morgan's Selby in command

Dunbar graduate returns for 2nd year as Bears' quarterback, eager to improve on 2-9 record

College Football

August 20, 2006|By KENT BAKER | KENT BAKER,SUN REPORTER

When "The Big Show," Bradshaw Littlejohn, departed after the 2004 season, the stage was set for a homegrown quarterback to become the marquee player in the Morgan State offense.

And Byron Selby's opening act did not disappoint. As a first-year starter, the former Dunbar standout played to good reviews, pacing the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference with 2,023 passing yards and accounting for 18 touchdowns as a thrower or a runner.

Morgan opener Sept. 2, @Towson, 6 p.m

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