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    Re: Old Historical Pics of FCS Teams Thread



    We don't have a rich history like most of the schools posted on here.. but I was looking through pictures a while back and found this picture. This is when we first started football as a club team in the late 80's early 90's working to transition into the NCAA.

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    Re: Old Historical Pics of FCS Teams Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by NorthChuckSouth View Post


    We don't have a rich history like most of the schools posted on here.. but I was looking through pictures a while back and found this picture. This is when we first started football as a club team in the late 80's early 90's working to transition into the NCAA.
    This is great! Gonna go out on a limb and guess that's not Clemson's Varsity squad Based on the neck rolls, I would guess no later than mid-80's...but maybe that's the 'era' of the mfr of the equipment & it had been handed down a time or 3.

    I love Club Football. When I was in HS, my older bro was the Captain or President? of NC State's Club Team, so they invited me to play with them on an occasional Saturday (after having played both ways - everything except KO Team in my HS game on Friday night), but the real fun was the annual Spring Games in Myrtle Beach. 6 or 8 College Teams from NC, SC, and VA in some kind of round robin format playing a couple of games on Sat & Sun. Beer kegs on the sidelines. IT WAS AWESOME!!!
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    Re: Old Historical Pics of FCS Teams Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by clenz View Post
    I'm going to go head and bump this because I want your historical photos. Any photos from any time in your schools history. Heck, link me to galleries for all I care.
    Give me an email addy. I have a few.
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    Re: Old Historical Pics of FCS Teams Thread

    These photos are not that old, but are still historic photos for UTC. Photos are of Terrell Owens.

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    Re: Old Historical Pics of FCS Teams Thread

    1961



    1952



    Unkown year. The legendary, former Mocs head coach, Scrappy Moore.

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    Re: Old Historical Pics of FCS Teams Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Scrappy94 View Post
    These photos are not that old, but are still historic photos for UTC. Photos are of Terrell Owens.

    Something looks a little funny about the grade in the corner of that end zone...doesn't it?
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    Re: Old Historical Pics of FCS Teams Thread

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    Something looks a little funny about the grade in the corner of that end zone...doesn't it?
    I never had the opportunity to see Chamberlain Field in person unfortunately, but I've been told stories about how one of the end zones sloped up in a corner. I guess this photo just provides evidence supporting what I've been told. I been to the location of the former stadium, and with the grading during construction of Chamberlain Pavilion and re-purposing of Chamberlain Field, the slope was of course removed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrappy94 View Post
    I never had the opportunity to see Chamberlain Field in person unfortunately, but I've been told stories about how one of the end zones sloped up in a corner. I guess this photo just provides evidence supporting what I've been told. I been to the location of the former stadium, and with the grading during construction of Chamberlain Pavilion and re-purposing of Chamberlain Field, the slope was of course removed.

    I played there in the 80's and the stories...and this photo...are DEFINITELY true. The UTC WR's knew how to run up that slope & use it to their advantage as TO is doing in that pic. I visited the 'ruins' of Chamberlain in 2010. I felt a little like those D-Day Veterans going back to visit Omaha Beach. You had to be a Warrior to play (and shower - but that's another story) there. The SoCon was certainly the 'Wild West' back in those days.
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    Here's a couple of pictures from the UCA team in 1916. Awesome to see those. Remember not long after that 90% of the college was sent off to war. Rural and poor but full of history...



    There's a "T" on the front of the jersey which stands for Teachers College. The other photo the school was called The Normal School of Arkansas. That's a name used frequently in many states as designating a state university or college.

    Here's one from an undefeated season in the 1930s.

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    Re: Old Historical Pics of FCS Teams Thread

    SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA

    From 1981


    1982 or 83


    Final game before dropping football in 1985


    Vs Nicholls State early 80s



    1970s Helmet


    Celebrating after winning GSC championship in 1961


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