New Hampshire Wildcats Football venues
New Hampshire Wildcats Football Tickets
Team: New Hampshire Wildcats
Conference: Colonial Athletic Association
League: NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision
Home Games: Wildcat Stadium
Location: Durham, New Hampshire
Head Coach: Sean McDonnell
New Hampshire Wildcats Football TicketsThe New Hampshire Wildcats football team is from the University of New Hampshire, where they have played at the 11,000-seat Wildcat Stadium in Durham, New Hampshire, since it broke ground as Alumni Stadium in 1936. The football team has changed conferences several times since the inaugural football season in 1893. Today, they play in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) conference and have done so since 2007. The CAA football conference is comprised of 12 football teams from up and down the East Coast. Their current coach, Sean McDonnell, is a former star player of the New Hampshire Wildcats football team who played from 1975 to 1978. The 1975 team was one of the all-time best for New Hampshire Wildcats football as it was one of the only times they attended a bowl game and made it past the first round of any division playoffs. New Hampshire Wildcats football is often one of the best in the CAA, so be sure to get your New Hampshire Wildcats football tickets early this season at StubHub.
Who are the biggest rivals of New Hampshire Wildcats football?The primary rivals of New Hampshire Wildcats football are UMass, Dartmouth and the University of Maine. Some might say the biggest rivalry is with Maine given that they have played each other over 100 times with New Hampshire leading the clashes 54 games to 44 games.
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Have New Hampshire Wildcats football teams played in any bowl games?Because New Hampshire Wildcats football is currently a part of the FCS, postseason games are played as a conference championship tournament rather than as a bowl game experience. The team has, however, played in two bowls over the years. This includes the Glass Bowl in 1947 and the Grantland Rice Bowl in 1975. UNH has not yet won an FCS championship; however, the team has played in 30 post-season games and 16 playoff games.
With which conferences have the New Hampshire Wildcats football team been associated over the years?The long history of the New Hampshire Wildcats football team has seen the team move from division to division and conference to conference for a variety of reasons. Over the years, the team has played independent and in the Yankee Conference, Atlantic 10 Conference and the Colonial Athletic Association.
Who are some notable New Hampshire alums who were football players?The New Hampshire Wildcats football teams have produced dozens of professional football players over the years. They have played in the NFL, AFL, CFL, Indoor Football League and European football leagues. Recent NFL players include David Ball, Jason Ball, Etienne Boulay, Harold Spears and Jared Smith. Notable alums who played for New Hampshire and went on to do other great things include New Hampshire state senator Lou D'Allesandro and Ohio State head coach Ryan Day. This list also includes Chip Kelly, who has had a storied career as the current head coach of the NCAA's UCLA Bruins and former head coach of the Oregon Ducks after two stints as the head coach for the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles from 2013-2015 and the San Francisco 49ers in 2016. Former Wildcats head coach Sean McDonnell and NHL star Rod Langway were also football players for the Wildcats.
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