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KSU Football Visits Charleston Southern for First Time Since 2018
Kennesaw State football is back on the road this weekend as the team squares off with Charleston Southern on Saturday night at 6:00 p.m. The Owls hold a 5-2 all-time record against the Buccaneers, with victories in each of the last five contests. KSU and Charleston Southern both have 1-3 records and both are coming off losses. The Buccaneers lost at Western Carolina 77-21).Show More
Brian Bohannon Press Conference Previewing Charleston Southern
"Offensively, they're going back a little to their roots of what they were. Defensively, they're very multiple...do a lot of different stuff. You look at their scores. They played No. 4/5 William & Mary. I think the score was 15-7 and it was a battle the whole way. Even against Clemson, it was 14-14 early in the game. It's always a tough place to play. We know that. We've gone down there before.Show More
KSU Football Falls on the Road at Tennessee Tech
KSU fell to Tennessee Tech Saturday 17-7 inside Tucker Stadium. The Owls offense scored on its first possession. The moving the ball 74 yards on seven plays to mark the first time this season the team scored on its opening drive of a game. The offense received two big plays on third down, highlighted by a 27-yard catch from Isaac Foster and a 16-yard run from Jonathan Murphy.Show More
Brian Bohannon Press Conference Previewing Tennessee Tech
"Schematically, on offense, there are some similarities. They played Furman early on. So you're watching that a week ago because you were watching Furman. So, you've seen a little bit of them. I've been impressed with how hard they play on defense. We got up on them last year. They came back, next thing you know, its tied. We had to score a touchdown in overtime to win the game."Show More
Owls Fall Short In Another Comeback Attempt
A very exciting game at Fifth Third Bank Stadium resulted in a similar result for Kennesaw State for the second consecutive week. Seven days earlier in Chattanooga, the Owls fell behind 17-0 before mounting a second half comeback, outscoring the Mocs 20-10. But, they came up short 27-20. On Saturday night, after scoring first, Furman got up by two scores twice, 21-7 and 28-14.Show More
Kennesaw State Loses At Chattanooga 27-20
A second-half comeback fell short as Kennesaw State football suffered its first loss of the season at Chattanooga, 27-20. An early 17-0 deficit was too much to overcome. The Owls (1-1) scored all 20 points during the final two frames in front of 8,123 fans at Finley Stadium. Jonathan Murphy ended the night 12-of-16 through the air with 181 passing yards and one passing touchdown.Show More
Kennesaw State Wins Season Opener In Front Of Record Crowd
A record crowd of 10,108 saw KSU take on Tusculum in the 2023 season opener at Fifth Third Bank Stadium. The KSU student section was packed with a new student attendance record of 5,415 as the team recognized incoming freshman as part of the new Flight 27 promotion. The Owls had a lot of changes to work with as they make the transition to FBS and their new Conference USA in 2024.Show More
Owls Set for Thursday Night Fireworks at Fifth Third Bank
Kennesaw State football begins the 2023 season with the second Thursday night home opener in program history. The Owls welcome the Tusculum Pioneers to Fifth Third Bank Stadium with kickoff set for 7:00 p.m. and a fireworks show scheduled for halftime. Head coach Brian Bohannon has both a new Offensive Coordinator (Chris Klenakis) and Defensive Coordinator (Nathan Burton).Show More
Owl Walk Kicks Off Gameday Once Again!
Owl Walk is back for the 2023 season for fans to cheer on KSU football as it enters Fifth Third Bank Stadium. The team will be dropped off on Busbee Drive at the entrance to the green lot two hours before kickoff. Led by the band and spirit squads, head coach Brian Bohannon will escort the Owls off the buses and into the stadium.Show More
KSU Football Announces 2024 Road Trip to San Jose State
Kennesaw State football and San Jose State have announced a 9/14/24 non-conference matchup at CEFCU Stadium. San Jose State finished 2022 with a 7-5 record and an appearance in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl. The Spartans are 19-13 in their last three seasons with a Mountain West Conference championship and a pair of bowl games.Show More
Kennesaw State Football Begins 9 Game Transitional Season
As An Independent
After an uncharacteristically bad 2022 season, KSU looks to get back on track with an abbreviated nine game season in 2023. The shortened season is part of the exit plan from the also short stint in the ASUN Conference. The Owls are moving up in the world and will elevate to FBS status next season in 2024.Show More
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