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Ouachita Baptist Tigers football

Ouachita Baptist Tigers
First season 1896
Athletic director David Sharp
Head coach Todd Knight
15th year, 60–79 (.432)
Home stadium A.U. Williams Field
Location Arkadelphia, AR
League NCAA Division II
Conference Great American Conference
All-time record 474–433–43 (.522)
Claimed national titles 0
Conference titles 9
Colors

Purple, White, and Black

               
Rivals Henderson State Reddies
Website OBUTigers.com
For information on all Ouachita Baptist University sports, see Ouachita Baptist Tigers

The Ouachita Baptist Tigers football program is the intercollegiate American football team for Ouachita Baptist University located in the U.S. state of Arkansas. The team competes in the NCAA Division II and are members of the Great American Conference. Ouachita Baptist's first football team was fielded in 1896. The team plays its home games at A.U. Williams Field in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. The Tigers are coached by Todd Knight.[1]

History

Notable former players

Currently in the NFL

Formerly in the NFL

Year-by-year results

Championships

Conference championships

Season Record Conference
1927* 6-1-2 AIC
1934 8-2 AIC
1941 8-3 AIC
1966* 6-4 AIC
1970* 8-2 AIC
1975* 9-2 AIC
1982 8-3 AIC
2011 7-3 GAC
2014 10-0 GAC

*Indicates co-championship

Rivalries

Active rivalry

Henderson State Reddies

References

  1. ^ "Ouachita Baptist Historical Data". College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved 2013-02-01. 

External links

  • Official website
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