Western Carolina Catamounts Football Schedule
The Western Carolina Catamounts are on the prowl for victories this
season, and they're going to have to play well against some top teams in order to rack up the wins in 2014. Western Carolina
has a team stacked with talented players that are ready to leave it all on the field in their search of a big win. This team
is a part of the Southern Conference, a tough league that features some good teams every season. The Catamounts are coming
off a tough 2013 season that saw them win just a single game against Southern opponents. The team is looking to rebound in
2014 with a stellar campaign, and they're going to have the chance to prove that they're a much-improved squad in a multitude
of tough home games.
The Catamounts will have to bring their best to the field on October 11 when the Wofford Terriers
hit the field at EJ Whitmire Stadium. The Terriers will be looking to terrorize the Catamounts, but the home crowd should
be able to will the Western Carolina players to a big victory. Win against Wofford would give the Catamounts a lot of confidence
to move forward with.
Western Carolina could have their biggest home contest of the season when the Chattanooga Mocs
hit their home turf on November 1st. The Mocs were able to finish atop the Southern Conference standings in 2013 and should
be a tough team yet again in 2014. The Catamounts are going to have to give it their best in this contest, and a victory would
mean a whole lot to this program. There are other great games coming to town this season, so make sure to look at the entire
Western Carolina Catamounts Football History
The Western Carolina Catamounts football program
dates all the way back to 1931, when this team first took to the gridiron to face top-notch competition. The team has had
many memorable seasons over the years, and the program has amassed more than 300 total wins over the course of its history.
This program has seen some top players come through the ranks over the years, such as Brad Hoover, Clyde Simmons, Tony Jones
and more. The next Catamount great could be right around the corner, and the only way to truly asses the players and this
team is to see them in action in person. Be a part of Western Carolina football history when you attend a big game.
As the Catamounts take the field for battles with all the top teams in the Southern Football Conference,
the real winner is always the fans, as they get a chance to see some of the best amateur athletes in the world compete on
the gridiron for pride and glory. Come out and see a game loaded with big hits, spectacular throws and unbelievable catches
that you'll have to see first-hand to truly appreciate, as you can't duplicate the feeling you can get from the stands for
all the nail-biting moments. Imagine that the game is on the line and the intensity is rising with each snap of the ball,
with the Catamounts digging in hoping to make a big play to seal the deal and bring the home crowd to its feet yet again.
The stadium experience easily trumps any other way to view the game, so get together with a couple friends and get ready to
see the game the way it was meant to be seen this season.
Western Carolina Catamounts Football Trivia
is the name of the field at EJ Whitmire Stadium?
The answer is Bob Waters Field. This field sees some of the toughest
football players in the college game hit the turf each and every season in an effort to do their school proud. You can see
them in action up close and person when you head out to a game.
Western Carolina Catamounts Football Fans
Whitmire Stadiumhas a capacity of 13,742 and remains one of the top stadiums in the competitive Southern Football Conference,
giving you the perfect backdrop for all the games you need to get to this season. Whether it's a clutch kick, a big hit, or
a highlight-reel run, there will be plenty of reasons for you to jump out of your seat with excitement as the Catamounts take
on a steady stream of heavy competition. If it's been a while since you've seen the Catamounts in action on the gridiron,
there has never been a better time to change that. These fans are some of the most rabid sports enthusiasts that you'll ever
meet, and the Catamount faithful can be found in the stands at EJ Whitmire Stadium for each and every home contest. The crowd
does its best to will Western Carolina to victory, and you can be a part of that effort when you head out to a home game this