An eventful postseason awards season for Sacramento State came to a close at the STATS PERFORM FCS Awards Banquet on Friday night. During the ceremony, Hornet head coach Troy Taylor was named the Eddie Robinson Award recipient and quarterback Kevin Thomson was one of four finalists for the Walter Payton Award.
The 2020 Sacramento State football schedule was announced today and it will feature 11 games against NCAA Div. I opponents, including a pair against teams who played in a bowl game and another against an FCS playoff team.
Sacramento State defensive end George Obinna wrapped up All-America week by being named to the second team for the American Football Coaches Association FCS team, it was announced today. The honor is the third for Obinna during the week and the eighth All-America award for the Hornets this season.
Following winning a share of the Big Sky Conference title, earning it's first FCS Playoff appearance, and setting program records for wins in the Div. I era, the Sacramento State football team took its first step towards the 2020 season with the signing of 16 players to National Letters of Intent, it was announced today.
The Sacramento State football was represented by Marshel Martin, Kevin Thomson and George Obinna during the second day of All-America week, it was announced today. Martin was selected to the HERO Sports FCS Freshman All-America first team while Thomson and Obinna were named third team FCS All-Americans by the Associated Press.
Kevin Thomson and Elijah Dotson were each named to the HERO Sports FCS All-America teams, it was announced today. Thomson was one of two first team quarterbacks while Dotson was selected to the second team as an all-purpose player.
It did not take long for Troy Taylor to make history at Sacramento State. The first-year head coach was named the winner of the STATS FCS Eddie Robinson Award on Wednesday after helping the Hornets win nine games in the regular season, a share of the Big Sky Conference title and a berth in to the FCS playoffs — all firsts for the program.
Sacramento State quarterback Kevin Thomson was named a finalist for the 2019 STATS Walter Payton Award, it was announced today. The award is annually given to the top offensive player in the Football Championship Subdivision.
The Sacramento State football team will continue its historic season when it hosts Austin Peay in the second round of the NCAA FCS Playoffs on Saturday, Dec. 7, at 6 p.m. The game will mark the first playoff appearance for the Hornets at the FCS level and the first by a Hornet football team since advancing to the semifinals of the 1988 NCAA Div. II playoffs.
Sacramento State head coach Troy Taylor was named the Big Sky Coach of the Year, it was announced today. Taylor was also recently announced as a finalist for the Eddie Robinson Award which goes to the top FCS coach in the nation.
A school-record 15 Sacramento State football players were named to the all-Big Sky Conference teams, it was announced today. Among the list are a Big Sky-leading seven first team selections, including quarterback Kevin Thomson who was named the Big Sky Offensive Player of the Year.
The Sacramento State football team will have its season continue as it earned its first berth in to the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision playoffs. The Hornets received the fourth seed and will face the winner of Austin Peay and Furman on Saturday, Dec. 7, at Hornet Stadium at 6 p.m.
Kevin Thomson accounted for 416 yards of total offense and three touchdowns to guide the No. 4-ranked Sacramento State football team to a 27-17 win over UC Davis in the 66th Causeway Classic presented by Pepsi on Saturday night in front of 19,882 fans at Hornet Stadium.
With history already made, the Sacramento State football team will have the opportunity to win its first Big Sky Conference title on Saturday when it hosts the 66th annual Causeway Classic which is presented by Pepsi. The game against UC Davis will get underway at 2:05 p.m. from Hornet Stadium.
The Sacramento State football team is ranked in the top five nationally and on the verge of making its first appearance in the Football Championship postseason. Below is information on how the FCS playoffs will work and how to obtain tickets if the Hornets are selected to host a game.
The Sacramento State football team was voted fourth in the both the STATS FCS media poll and the AFCA FCS coaches poll. The rankings are the highest a Hornet team has been in either poll in the school's Div. I era. Sacramento State has now been ranked for six consecutive weeks, including the last five in the top 25.
A punishing ground game and a stellar performance by the defense led No. 6 Sacramento State to a 31-7 win at Idaho on Saturday. With the win, the Hornets improved to 8-3 overall and 6-1 in the Big Sky Conference. The team will have the chance to play for at least a share of the Big Sky title next week in the Causeway Classic.
Following a dramatic 38-34 last minute victory, the Sacramento State football team will play its final regular season road game on Saturday, Nov. 16, when it travels to Idaho. The game against the Vandals will kick off at 2 p.m. PT from the Kibbie Dome.
The Sacramento State football team is ranked sixth in both the STATS FCS media poll and the AFCA FCS coaches poll. This week marks the fifth consecutive week that the team has been voted into the top 25 and the fourth straight in the top 10.
The No. 8 Sacramento State football team trailed by 10 points with less than two minutes to play before rallying for a pair of late touchdowns and a 38-34 win at Northern Arizona on Saturday at the Walkup Skydome.