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Stillman Tigers football

Stillman Tigers football
First season 1999
Athletic director Curtis Campbell
Head coach Teddy Keaton
1 year, 0–0–0 (–)
Home stadium Stillman Stadium
Stadium capacity 9,000
Stadium surface Natural Grass
Location Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Conference SIAC
All-time record 75–70–0 (.517)
Postseason bowl record 0–0–0 (–)
Colors

Vegas Gold and Navy Blue

          
Mascot Tigers
Marching band Blue Pride Marching Band
Rival Miles Golden Bears
Website Stillman Athletics

The Stillman Tigers football team represents Stillman College in the NCAA Division II, competing as part of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Stillman plays its home games at the 9,000 seat Stillman Stadium, which is located on-campus in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Although only fielding a team since the 1999 season, Stillman previously fielded a team that was disbanded following the 1950 season.[1]

History

Stillman originally fielded a football squad for the 1922 season, and would compete on and off through its abandonment following the 1950 season.[2] By 1999, the football program was revived and on September 4, 1999, the Tigers were defeated by Arkansas-Monticello 30–7 in the first Stillman game since 1950.[3] Competing as a Division III Independent though the 2003 season, Stillman would revive its rivalry game with Miles College in 2001 as the Steel City Classic.[4] The Tigers would enter the 2003 season as a Division II Independent, and compete as an Independent through the 2005 season when Stillman was admitted to the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in football.

Following the 2008 season, Greg Thompson was fired as head coach, and on December 3, 2008, L. C. Cole was announced as the program's third head coach since the reinstatement of the program in 1999.[5] In the 2009 NFL Draft, the Detroit Lions drafted defensive tackle Sammie Hill, the first player from Stillman to be drafted. He is also the second to play in the NFL from Stillman after Brian Witherspoon was signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars as an undrafted free agent in 2008.[6] Following the 2010 season, Cole was fired as head coach, and on December 3, 2010, Stillman alumnus Teddy Keaton was announced as the program's fourth head coach since the reinstatement of the program in 1999.[7]

Seasons

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Coaches# AP°
Stillman Tigers (Division III Independent) (1999–2002)
1999 Theophilus Danzy 3–6 Independent
2000 Theophilus Danzy 6–3 Independent
2001 Theophilus Danzy 6–3 Independent
2002 Theophilus Danzy 8–2 Independent
Stillman Tigers (Division II Independent) (2003–2004)
2003 Theophilus Danzy 5–5 Independent
2004 Theophilus Danzy 5–5 Independent
Stillman Tigers (Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) (2005–present)
2005 Theophilus Danzy 6–4 SIAC 4th
2006 Greg Thompson 6–4 SIAC T–4th
2007 Greg Thompson 7–4 SIAC T–5th
2008 Greg Thompson 3–8 SIAC 8th
2009 L. C. Cole 4–7 SIAC 9th
2010 L. C. Cole 3-8 SIAC 9th
2011 Teddy Keaton 7–4 SIAC T–1st (West)
2012 Teddy Keaton 6–5 SIAC 3rd (West)
Total: }
      National championship         Conference title         Conference division title
Indicates BCS bowl, Bowl Alliance, Bowl Coalition, or College Football Playoff (CFP) game. #Rankings from final Coaches' Poll.

Head coaches

Tenure Coach Years Record Pct.
1999–2005 Theophilus Danzy 7 39–28 .582
2006–2008 Greg Thompson 3 16–16 .500
2009–2010 L. C. Cole 2 7–15 .318
2010–Present Teddy Keaton 2 13–9 .591
Totals 4 coaches 14 75–70 .517

References

  1. ^ Crenshaw, Jr., Solomon (August 19, 1999). "The new game in town: Football's back at Stillman after 50-year hiatus". The Birmingham News. 
  2. ^ Stillman College Tigers 2006 Football Preseason Prospectus "Football History," Stillman College, 2006. p. 3. Accessed 2008-12-29
  3. ^ Muro, Louis (September 5, 1999). "Stillman celebrates return despite loss". The Birmingham News. 
  4. ^ Muro, Louis (September 28, 2001). "Long time coming - After 51 years, Miles, Stillman meet again". The Birmingham News. 
  5. ^ Carroll, Andrew (December 4, 2008). "L.C. Cole is Stillman Tigers’ new head football coach". The Tuscaloosa News. 
  6. ^ Walsh, Christopher (April 27, 2009). "West Blocton’s Hill taken in fourth round by Lions". The Tuscaloosa News. 
  7. ^ Carroll, Andrew (December 8, 2010). "Keaton enthusiastic about Stillman College job". The Tuscaloosa News. 
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