2014 Wofford Terriers Football Schedule
After some big wins in the Southern Conference in 2013, the Terriers are
back at it for 2014 as they look to climb the ranks in a tough conference and give their fans some moments that will have
them glued to the edges of their seats. Come out and see all of the highlight-reel runs, spectacular catches and jaw-dropping
throws that have become standard operating procedure for the Wofford Terriers over the years. Though going.500 in conference
play, as the Terriers did in 2013, is an achievement all in itself with some tough conference competition, the Terriers and
their fans know that they're capable of doing even better, making it a great time to be a fan as they look to take their game
to the next level.
One look at the schedule and you'll also see all kinds of opportunities to get right into the heart
of the action. Against N. Greenville, UVA-Wise and Mercer this season, the Terriers have some intense home matchups lined
up, and each one is assured to have Gibbs Stadium absolutely rocking from the opening kick-off on. You also don't want to
forget about the road matchups either, as making the Terriers the centerpiece of a road trip is always a good idea. With the
Terriers in the middle of another riveting season of football drama, it's no surprise why they're once again the talk of the
campus in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Wofford Terriers Football Team Info
The Wofford Terriers football
program stretches back more than a century, giving their fans some big-time thrills over the years as they've established
a great tradition in Spartanburg, South Carolina. The Southern Football Conference is always filled to the brim with other
talented programs, but the Terriers have another squad loaded with explosive playmakers that are sure to wreak havoc all season
long. 2013 had some exciting moments in which the Terriers brought down some prominent wins, but now they have an electrifying
recruiting class that will be looking to make their impact on both the team and the conference as a whole. Put it all together
and anything can happen when the Terriers take to the field this season.
NCAA Football Experience
your favorite team storms the gridiron for a highly anticipated matchup against a rival, you'll understand the difference
between seeing them from home and seeing them from the stands. Once you've seen the game the way it was meant to be seen,
the TV experience suddenly feels like it's just not enough – mainly because it's an experience that simply pales in
comparison. If you want to know what all of the buzz is about surrounding big-time college football, the best way to understand
is to simply head out to the stands and see the action for yourself, as this is a game that doesn't any better than when you're
there with thousands of fans who love this sport every bit as much as you do.
Wofford Terriers Football History
South Carolina happens to be knee-deep in college football country, which has helped to grow the tradition of Terriers football
in a very big way since the very beginning. With a program that dates all the way to 1889, the Terriers are certainly no strangers
to the gridiron and have developed some very talented teams over the years. Thanks to nearly 500 all-time wins, four recently
conference titles (including one in 2012), this is a team that has a historic reputation but also a strong modern program
as well, making them the pride of the campus and a team that always is generating plenty of fanfare whenever they take to
Wofford Terriers Football Trivia
Do know where the terrier breed was originally developed?
would be Great Britain, where the breed was mainly used to control infestations of rats, rabbits and foxes – long before
they became the beloved pets that they are today. Though there were only two recognized breeds of terriers in the 18th century,
these days there are several dozen different breeds that span all different shapes and sizes.
The Wofford Terriers football team plays its home games at Gibbs Stadium, a great home venue that can
hold more than 13,000 fans for the biggest games of the year. If you've never been out to Gibbs Stadium for an intense Terriers
matchup, you have no idea what you've been missing, as this is a local favorite that has a perfect atmosphere for whenever
the Terriers take to the field. Though Gibbs Stadium is also noted for being backdrop for some of the biggest area high school
football games of the year as well, it really all comes together when the Wofford fan base takes over on college game day,
making the stands at Gibbs simply the place to be if you're looking for action.