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Bucknell Bison football

Bucknell Bison football
2014 Bucknell Bison football team
First season 1883
Head coach Joe Susan
Home stadium Christy Mathewson–Memorial Stadium
Stadium capacity 13,100
Location Lewisburg, Pennsylvania
Conference Patriot League
All-time record 560–526–5 (.516)
Postseason bowl record 1–0 (1.000)
Conference titles 1
Colors

Orange and Blue

          
Website BucknellBison.com

The Bucknell Bison football team represents Bucknell University in college football at the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (formerly Division I-AA) level. Bucknell is a member of the Patriot League. Bucknell won the first Orange Bowl, 26–0, over the Miami Hurricanes on January 1, 1935.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Fight song 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

History

The Bucknell football team was established in 1883 after a group of students from Christy Mathewson was buried in Lewisburg. In his honor, there was no cheering in the first quarter. In 1960, the team won its first Lambert Cup. In 1989, the newly renovated Christy Mathewson–Memorial Stadium was renamed in Mathewson's honor. In 1996, Bucknell won its first conference championship. Bucknell football celebrated its seventh-straight winning season in 2001.

Fight song

'Ray Bucknell, 'Ray Bucknell,

'Ray for the Orange and the Blue!

'Ray, 'Ray, 'Ray, 'Ray,

'Ray for the Orange and the Blue!

References

External links

  • Official site
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