Alabama A&M Bulldogs Football Schedule
There is great cause for optimism in Huntsville, Alabama this season,
when the Alabama A&M Bulldogs take the field ready to start a new era under new Head Coach James Spady. College football
is more than just a sport in the South, and in Alabama, it is a way of life. In Huntsville, the Alabama A&M Bulldogsare
beloved in the community and always pack Louis Crews Stadium on game day ready to cheer their hearts out for their Bulldogs.
2014 season is off to an exciting start and the remaining schedule looks to bring more action as the players settle into life
with the new coaching staff. The next home game on the schedule for the Bulldogs is the October 4 meeting with the Grambling
State Tigers at Louis Crews Stadium. The Tigers have been a force to reckon with every year in the Southwestern Athletic Conference
and the Bulldogs and Tigers are no strangers to big games against each other. True SWAC fans know that this is a matchup to
see every season.
Another game to circle on the Alabama A&M Bulldogs schedule is the Magic City Classic, the annual
meeting of the Bulldogs and the Alabama State Hornets at historic Legion Field in Birmingham. These two teams have been playing
against each other as far back as 1924 and each year, the state is divided between the two teams. Legion Field in Birmingham
is normally the home of the UAB Blazers of Conference USA, but every season Bulldogs and Hornets fans take of the historic
stadium to fight for bragging rights for the year. Alabama State has won the last 2 meetings, so they know that the Bulldogs
will be looking to get their revenge in 2014 and bring a victory back to Huntsville.
Southwestern Athletic Conference is made up of ten universities from Texas to Mississippi. The competing programs are known
as historically black universities with rich academic and athletic traditions that date back to the 19th century. The Southwestern
Athletic Conference is full of exciting rivalries including Southern University vs. Grambling State, Alabama State vs. Alabama
A&M and Southern University vs. Jackson State. These rivalries have been a part of the fabric of these southern communities
and the teams' fans look forward to them every season. The Southern University Jaguars from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, are the
current SWAC Champions, having defeated their old rivals, the Jackson State Tigers, at Reliant Stadium in Houston last December.
This season, competition will be stiff and the Jaguars will be looking over their shoulder all season for the teams who are
gunning to take them down. Head to StubHub today to get your Southwestern Athletic Conference tickets and don't miss a single
The Alabama A&M Bulldogs have been playing football in Huntsville, Alabama since 1912,
and the local community has rallied around this team year after year. The A&M Bulldogs have won thirteen conference titles
between the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and Southwestern Athletic Conference in the program's history and
has always put amazing talent out in the field. The Bulldogs have produced many great NFL prospects, but none greater than
NFL Hall of Famer, John Stallworth. Stallworth is one of a few prestigious players to have won four Super Bowls, all with
the Pittsburgh Steelers. Wide receiver John Stallworth was drafted in the fourth round of the 1974 draft by the Steelers and
became a member of the famed Steelers dynasty of the 1970's and was named to the Steelers All-Time list, NFL Hall of Fame
and a three time Pro Bowl Selection. There are currently sixteen Bulldogs in the NFL, making their alma mater and Huntsville
community proud. The 2014 team is going to be as exciting as ever and they will be ready to fight to the final whistle to
come out the victor.
Alabama A&M Bulldogs Fan Experience
Since 1996, Louis Crews Stadium has been
the home of the Alabama A&M Bulldogs and thousands of Bulldogs fans fill the beloved venue every Saturday. Before every
home game, the team's loyal fans head to the George E. Jones Tailgate Plaza to eat, drink and throw the football around all
in support of their favorite college football team. The parking lots and campus are full of fans decked out in maroon and
white, ready to stand and cheer for their beloved Bulldogs. Don't miss out on the chance to be a part of one of the most exciting
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Alabama A&M Bulldogs Football Trivia
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The Bulldogs have played in two College Division Bowl Games, the first in 1966 and the second in 1971, both
losses. The team is hoping that 2014 is the year of their third bowl berth.