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  • #31
    I'm fairly certain that I am the oldest one to post on this thread so far.

    I was at Minnesota State (then Mankato State College) in the Bernie Maczuga days, and didn't realize that we had a winning record in every year that I attended.

    1967: 5-4
    1968: 5-4
    1969: 6-3
    1970: 7-2-1
    1971: 7-3
    1972: 6-5

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    • #32
      Augustana. 1991 was fun ;-)

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      • #33
        I was there for years 3-5 of the first Nielson era and the first season for Bubba Schweigert. These seasons included the first postseason in program history (a loss to Central Missouri in the MWB), a conference title and first playoff appearance (a near upset of NW Missouri and the beginning of what turned into a bit of a playoff rivalry), and a bit of a dud.

        2001 9-3
        2002 11-1
        2003 8-3
        2004 4-7

        Overall: 32-14

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        • #34
          Was at WSU as a player in ‘99 and graduated in Fall of ‘05
          99- 7-4
          00- 9-3 MWB Champs beat MO West in 3OT
          01- 10-2 L UND 1st Round
          02- 8-4 L MWB to Emporia
          03- 11-2 First post season win vs ESU, lost a heartbreaker to UND
          04- 10-2 Lost 1st round in a heartbreaker to G SU
          Overall- 55-17

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          • #35
            The colors are blue and gold and reside in Sioux Falls 😊

            1982 4-7
            1983 5-6
            1984 1-10
            1985 1-9
            1986 5-6

            Total 16-38 or .290 winning %age

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            • #36
              Originally posted by cougar1997 View Post

              I found the schedule from 1996 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1996_S..._football_team). There were 2 home games and they were back to back in weeks 6 and 7. They would have been played at Howard Wood Field. Also, the only reason the game against South Dakota Tech was 8-6 is because the Hardrockers didnt want to postpone the game to Sunday so it was played in a snowstorm in at least a half foot of wet snow on the field and was decided by a safetyall with a running clock kept by the officials on the field.

              Previous year home games were either played at HWF, Brandon Valley High School, and sometimes a late season game in the Dakota Dome. In 1997, I believe home games were played at Beresford HS and Lennox HS along with HWF, BVHS, and the Dakota Dome.
              That 1996 USF game played vs.SD Tech was played in a roaring blizzard where a team may punt on first down :)

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              • #37
                2014 14-1
                2015 10-2
                2016 8-3
                2017 13-1
                45-7 0.865

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                • #38
                  Not that anyone on the NSIC board cares, but when I was in college (90's), UT-Permian Basin did not even have a football team. Only sponsored three NAIA sports. Volleyball, Men's Soccer, and Softball. And I believe each was non-scholarship or supremely limited scholarship. Of course, the campus consisted of only two total classroom buildings so three sports was probably a lot.

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