2014 Marshall Thundering Herd Football Schedule
One look at the schedule and you'll see that there are plenty of
big games that you know you'll want to be a part of, as the Marshall Thundering Herd are always in the middle of one great
matchup or another. Games like Marshall-Rhode Island (Sept. 6), Middle Tennessee (Oct. 11), Rice (Nov. 15) and plenty of others
will be loaded with fanfare throughout the season, making Joan C. Edwards Stadium the place to be if you're looking to catch
the action this season. The Marshall Thundering Herd have another team loaded with explosive playmakers that can turn the
direction of a big game in a real hurry, giving you plenty of reasons to ditch the couch so you can see all the action up
close and personal.
Be there for all of the ankle-breaking jukes, spectacular catches and eye-popping throws that will
have you buzzing long after the game is over, as there is nothing close to the experience of being there with tens of thousands
of your fellow fans for a prominent matchups. But you also don't want to forget about the games away from Joan C. Edwards
Stadium, as seeing the Thundering Herd on the road is another great way to show your team pride and see the Herd from a completely
different level. Home or away, once the game gets going you'll definitely be glad that you're not still sitting in your living
Marshall Thundering Herd Football Team Info
Whenever the Herd are in the middle of a great game,
you can count on there being plenty of electrifying plays that will have fans buzzing all over the stadium, giving you plenty
of reasons to head out to see the action the way it was meant to be seen. There is nothing close to the experience of actually
being there so you can get immersed in the energy of the crowd, as the Thundering Herd have a legacy of success in college
football at this point and have become iconic parts of the university. This is a team that tends to have playmakers on both
sides of the ball, which is exactly what the Herd have on their roster once again this season as they look to pile up the
wins and make their move on the rest of their C-USA competition.
NCAA Football Experience
sports are obviously great, but there is something special about watching some of the best amateur athletes in the country
battle it out on the gridiron. Football has become the most popular sport in the U.S. for a reason, and it definitely isn't
because there is a lack of hard-hitting excitement from matchup to matchup. The Marshall Thundering Herd are known for having
one of the most dynamic rosters in Conference USA from season to season, which is why they've built a reputation of being
a powerhouse in one of the elite conferences in the country. Be there for all of the hard-hitting college football action,
from highlight reel runs and eye-popping catches to clutch throws that will have you jumping out of your seat in no time.
Marshall Thundering Herd Football History
The very first Marshall Thundering Herd football game took place in
1895, and since then, the Marshall Thundering Herd have made an impact on NCAA football through winning multiple conference
titles and national titles. Great players like Randy Moss and Chad Pennington have gone on to star in the NFL, though they
aren't the only talented players that have come through their roster. Over the years, the Thundering Herd have won plenty
of conference titles, dating all the way back to 1925 and putting together plenty of winning seasons for their ever-growing
fan base. With the promise of some electrifying playmakers down on the field and a great crowd at your side, you'll see why
the Herd are a huge part of the Marshall sports scene.
Marshall Thundering Herd Football Trivia
know that Randy Moss was a First Team All-American back-to-back seasons to end his career in Marshall?
If you want to
know why Herd fans think of Moss as arguably the most dynamic player in team history, all you have to do is look at the last
couple of years he played for Marshall. Moss was nothing short of electrifying yet managed to slip to 21st overall in the
first round of the 1998 NFL draft, which 20 teams regretted after he took the league by storm and became one of the top pro
receivers of all-time.
Marshall Thundering Herd Football Fans
The Marshall Thundering Herd have played
their home games at Joan C. Edwards Stadium since it opened in 1991, and you can have nearly 40,000 excited fans for any one
of the most prominent matchups on the schedule. If you've never been in the stands for all of the hard-hitting excitement,
there has never been a better time to change that as the talented Herd look to wreak havoc on Conference USA all season long.
When you're there in the middle of a game that could go either way, you'll see loud and clear why it doesn't get any better