Towson Tigers Football Schedule
The Towson Tigers are ready to take on all comers this season as they hit the field
to take on some of the best teams on the college football landscape. The Tigers have a talented roster that looks to be one
of the strongest in their conference. The Tigers call the Colonial Athletic Association home, and it's a conference that flies
under the national radar but is always incredibly competitive. Towson is coming off a 2013 season in which they finished second
in the conference ranks thanks to 13 total wins on the year. The Tigers are looking to rise to the top this season by taking
down some tough teams when they visit Johnny Unitas Stadium.
The Tigers will have a big game coming their way on September
27th when the Maine Black Bears arrive. The Black Bears were the best team in the CAA last season, and they only lost a single
conference contest. The Tigers will be looking to send the Black Bears back north with a loss, and the fans in the stadium
are sure to be cheering with everything they've got.
Towson will finish things up at home this season on November 15th
when the William and Mary Trive come to town. The Tigers would love to close out with a big victory, and the stands are sure
to be packed to the brim with rabid fans. Make sure you check out the full schedule to see who else Towson will host in 2014.
Towson Tigers Football History
The Towson Tigers football team dates back to 1969, and the team has been competing
at a high level ever since then. The Tigers have had some great seasons over the years, and the program has amassed more than
200 victories over the course of its history. The team has called Minnegan Field at Johnny Unitas Stadium home since 2002,
when the venue first opened. The Tigers have won their conference title twice, and they're hoping to add to that number as
soon as this season. The team began their history as a member of the now-defunct Mason-Dixon Conference. The Tigers also spent
a number of years as an independent team with no conference when they competed in Division II and Division III. When the team
moved up to Division I-AA, now the FCS, they spent about a decade as an independent. In 1997 the team moved to the Patriot
League, where they remained until 2003 when they moved to the Atlantic 10. The Tigers have been a part of the Colonial Athletic
Association since 2007 and are hoping to rack up the conference crowns.
The Towson Tigers
are back for another season sure to be loaded with highlight-reel catches, spectacular throws and nail-biting finishes, making
it the perfect time to start making your plans to join in the bone-jarring excitement. Sure, we all know that you could get
a glimpse of the action from home, but you simply can't simulate the experience of being in the stands with thousands of your
fellow fans no matter how impressive you think your entertainment system is. When it comes to seeing top-tier college football,
the Towson Tigers have you covered each and every season, and that's not something likely to change any time in the near future.
Head out to the stands and be a part of the action as the Tigers look to wreak havoc on the rest of the CAA.
Tigers Football Trivia
How many times have the Towson Tigers finished a game in a tie?
The answer is four times.
Towson has won over 200 games over the years, but they finished four games in a tie. College football overtime rules now make
it impossible to end a game in a tie, so don't expect that number to climb any time soon.
Towson Tigers Football
The Towson Tigers football team has a home named after a legend, Johnny Unitas, who is considered one of the greatest
quarterbacks in football history. In addition to being the home venue for the Tigers football team,Johnny Unitas Stadiumis
also the home of men's lacrosse, women's lacrosse and women's track and field, providing the perfect backdrop for some big-time
sporting events each and every year. If it's been a while since you've made it out to Johnny Unitas Stadium, there has never
been a better time to change that. The fans of the Towson Tigers are some of the most avid sports fans you'll ever come across,
and it's always impressive to see them in action at a Tigers home game. The crowd makes for a fantastic home field advantage
for the Towson players, but it also creates an amazing atmosphere in which other fans can catch the game. Make sure to be
a part of all of the action by joining the biggest Towson football fans in the stands at Johnny Unitas Stadium this season.