Sacramento State’s head football coach Jody Sears was named the Big Sky Conference Co-Coach of the Year, it was announced today. The honor is the first for a Hornet head football coach since joining the Big Sky in 1996.
Sacramento State built a 31-point lead in the third quarter and was able to withstand a strong finish from UC Davis to hold on for a 52-47 win in the 64th annual Causeway Classic on Saturday in front of a season-high 11,828 fans at Hornet Stadium.
Winners of four of its last five games, the Sacramento State football team will look to close out its regular season with an unprecedented conference victory over UC Davis in the 64th annual Causeway Classic on Saturday, Nov. 18, at Hornet Stadium. The game against the Aggies will kick off at 2:05 p.m.
Sacramento State rushed for 333, the defense created three turnovers and held Northern Colorado to 0-for-10 on third down in a 50-21 win at Hornet Stadium on Saturday night. With the victory, the Hornets are 5-4 overall and 4-2 in Big Sky Conference play. UNC fell to 2-6 overall and 1-5 in league games.
The Sacramento State football team will play at Hornet Stadium for just the second time in the last five weeks when it hosts Northern Colorado on Saturday, Nov. 4, at 6 p.m. The game against the Bears will also include postgame fireworks (weather permitting).
Sacramento State entered Saturday’s game against 24th-ranked Northern Arizona with a chance to force a tie for first place in the Big Sky Conference standing. Instead, the Lumberjacks (6-2, 5-0) extended their winning streak to six games with a 37-17 win at the J.L. Walkup Skydome.
Winners of two straight and three of its last four, the Sacramento State football will have one of its stiffest tests of the season on Saturday when it travels to No. 24 Northern Arizona. The game will start at 4 p.m. PT from the Walkup Skydome in Flagstaff, Ariz.
Fresh off a 41-21 Homecoming victory over Idaho State, the Sacramento State football team will take to the road for two consecutive games starting with North Dakota on Saturday, Oct. 21. The game will have the earliest start time of the year for the Hornets, kicking off at 10:30 a.m. from the Alerus Center in Grand Forks, N.D.
Five different Sacramento State players scored touchdowns and the team compiled 572 yards of total offense in a 41-21 Homecoming game victory over Idaho State in front of a season high 10,008 fans at Hornet Stadium on Saturday night.
Kevin Thomson passed for 253 yards and rushed for 121 with three touchdowns but it was not enough as No. 9 Eastern Washington downed Sacramento State, 52-31, on Saturday at Roos Field. The win improved the Eagles to 3-2 overall and 2-0 in Big Sky Conference play. The Hornets dropped to 2-3 overall and 1-1 in league games.
Sacramento State’s Kevin Thomson was named the STATS FCS National Player of the Week and the Big Sky Conference co-Offensive Player of the Week, it was announced today. The honors are the first for Thomson in his career.
Quarterback Kevin Thomson accounted for 402 yards of total offense and seven touchdowns to help Sacramento State open Big Sky Conference play with a 54-27 win over Southern Utah on Saturday night at Hornet Stadium.
With non-conference games in the rear view, the Sacramento State football team will begin Big Sky Conference play on Saturday, Sept. 23, against Southern Utah. The game will kick off at 6:05 p.m. and will serve as the annual Green Day where different campus and local organizations will showcase what they are doing in helping environmental issues.
Following a convincing win over Incarnate Word in the home opener, the Sacramento State football team will continue its homestand when it takes on Weber State on Saturday, Sept. 16, at 6 p.m. The game will also serve as Wing Stop Kids Day with kids 12 and under receiving a free ticket for every adult purchase. The contest will also feature Chick-fil-A Mascot Madness and the first 1,000 kids will receive a complimentary water bottle.
The honors are pouring in today for Sacramento State’s Dre Terrell. The cornerback earned national FCS defensive player of the week honors from both STATS, Inc., as well as College Football Performance Awards. Terrell was also named the Big Sky Conference Defensive Player of the Week.
Three Sacramento State quarterbacks combined to throw for 377 yards and account for six touchdowns and the Hornets forced five turnovers in a 56-22 victory over Incarnate Word on Saturday in the home opener at Hornet Stadium.
Fans attending Hornet football games will have a new option as Sacramento State announced that a beer garden will be in place at Hornet Stadium. The area, which will be set up south of Gate 4 (near the Broad Athletic Center), will feature both domestic and craft brews and will also have a view of action on the field.
Sacramento State created three turnovers, had four sacks and forced Idaho into 2-of-11 on third-down attempts but could not come away with a victory in a 28-6 season-opening loss to the Vandals on Thursday at the Kibbie Dome.
The Sacramento State football team will begin its 2017 season when it travels to Moscow, Idaho to face Idaho on Thursday, Aug. 31. The game against the Vandals will kick off at 6:05 p.m. from the Kibbie Dome.
Throughout training camp, several Sacramento State players will be featured for quick question and answer sessions. Our latest player is running back Joseph Ajeigbe. The graduate student starred at Norco HS in Southern California before beginning his collegiate career at Duke where he played three seasons and earned his bachelor's degree.
The future of Sacramento State football was on display in the team’s first scrimmage on Saturday at Hornet Stadium. The Hornets ran 60 plays during the controlled practice which placed the offense on different spots on the field.