This picture displays the raw emotion and relationship between Head Coach Shawn Quinn and Running Back, Chris Scott captured Apr 5th, 2019 at Savannah State’s 2019 Spring Football Camp kicking off March 28th. The Tigers have dived headfirst into tacking the fundamentals of this beloved sport…
The Savannah State University Athletics Department announced Shawn Quinn would stay in his position as head coach of the football team on March 7.
The New Orleans Saints entered Thursday’s Week 13 match up vs. the Dallas Cowboys with the NFL’s most-high octane offense averaging a league-high 36.9 points per game and as a (+8) point differential favorite going into the contest.
As he prepares for his last season on the Savannah State University football team, senior safety Donald Rutledge says he plans to pursue a professional career in football whether on the field or coaching.
Despite hopes to secure the first win of the season, the SSU Tigers fell to the Bethune-Cookman University for the home opener Sep. 29, at Ted Wright Stadium.
The Savannah State University Tigers lost their season opener at an away game against the University of Alabama Birmingham Blazer's at Legion Field on Aug. 30, in a 52-0 shutout.
The 2018 Savannah State Tigers held their fall scrimmage on Aug. 18 at the Theodore A. Wright Stadium, giving fans a glimpse of what this season will bring. The Tigers' intrasquad scrimmage showcased the progress the team has made since summer camp.
A football sensation which as a True Freshman led the MEAC Conference in kick returns as well as punt returns. The future is very bright for this young man. He came into the football program as a walk-on, now he is the leader of the offense, top return man in all of the MEAC Conference, and …
On Jan. 22, the Arizona Cardinals announced Steve Wilks was chosen to lead the NFL team. The former coach for Savannah State University told Azcardinals.com, "I'm so excited about building something great here. It's all about trying to create a commitment to excellence and I can't wait to se…
The home crowd roared as Savannah State scored in the fourth on a kickoff return that started on the 30 yard-line. The return sealed the deal and made the final score 35-21. The Tigers jumped out to an early lead in the first quarter, and finished strong due to the special teams and key defe…
Savannah State Tigers (1-7) football team earned its first victory of the season against Norfolk University (3-5), which was celebrating its homecoming.
The Savannah State University football team lost in its first home and MEAC opener to the Florida A&M University Rattlers (2-2) at T.A. Wright Stadium to a crowd of 4,670. The final score was 20-14.
The Savannah State Tigers football team (0-2) will host its season home opener vs Florida A&M (1-2) at T.A Wright Stadium at 6 p.m. Saturday. This is also the first Mid-East Athletic Conference game for the team.
The 2017-18 school will be the first since 2014 that the Savannah State football team will be able to have an active off-season, bringing back the annual spring game that's been gone for three years.
The Savannah State University (SSU) football program had longed to have someone at the helm of the program that always made it his main priority to have the best interest of the student athletes in mind at all times.
Gary Kubiak sent shockwaves through the football world on New Year’s Day when he announced that he would resign and retire as the Denver Broncos head coach after the 2016 season.
The SSU football team is currently 3-6 for the season and 3-0 at home. The Tigers have not won 3 games in a single season since the 2008 season, when they went 5-7.
“Resiliency, Perseverance, Effort, and Heart.” These are all components of the message that Savannah State Tigers head football coach Erik Raeburn preached and taught to the student-athletes of the SSU football program throughout the season as a new season and era kicked off.
“Before you can build a championship program, you have to win on your home field,” Coach Erik Raeburn said after the Savannah State Tigers' 31-14 win over Norfolk State.
The Savannah State Tigers hosted the Howard Bisons in a MEAC matchup and the university’s homecoming game on Saturday and the Tigers won the contest on a go ahead touchdown pass from TJ Bell to Derek Kirkland with 19 seconds remaining in the game.
Savannah State University’s first conference football game on Saturday turned out to be a thriller as the Tigers defeated Bethune-Cookman 16-10 in overtime. The victory snapped the Wildcats’ 16-game winning streak over the Tigers with the victory.
The Tigers win their first home game of the season, as they beat Bethune-Cookman 16-10, after a 9-yard rush by graduate student Cantrell Frazier, to end the game in overtime.
Savannah State will play its first home game against Bethune-Cookman (0-2) after losing the first two away games against Georgia Southern and Southern Mississippi. The Tigers were defeated by Bethune-Cookman 12-42 last year, and look towards improvement this year.