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KSU Head Coach Brian Bohannon Inks Contract Extension
KSU announced a three-year contract extension for head coach Brian Bohannon running through the 2026 season. In 2021, Bohannon led Kennesaw State to its third Big South Conference title and fourth appearance in the FCS Playoffs. He was named the Big South Coach of the Year for the third time.Show More
KSU Reveals 2022 Football Schedule
Kennesaw State revealed its 2022 football schedule Friday morning that features its first season as a member of the ASUN Conference. The Owls will host five games in total, and have scheduled a demanding non-conference slate, highlighted by College Football Playoff participant Cincinnati. The season opens Thursday, September 1 at Samford.Show More
Kennesaw State Adds 11 Players to 2022 Recruiting Class
After inking 14 players during the early signing period, KSU head coach Brian Bohannon added 11 players to the 2022 recruiting class. The February class featured seven scholarship signees and four preferred walk-ons. The Owls have now added 25 total players to the 2022 recruiting class. Of these 25 athletes, 17 are from the state of Georgia.Show More
KSU Signs 14 Players to Begin 2022 Signing Class
Kennesaw State football head coach Brian Bohannon added 14 players during the early signing period to kick off the 2022 class. The group marked the ninth recruiting class in Owl history and is KSU's third largest during the early period.
The 2022 class follows the trend of recruiting homegrown talent from the
state of Georgia.
KSU Suffers Heartbreaker in Second Round
KSU dropped its second-round contest, 32-31, at East Tennessee State Saturday in Johnson City, Tenn. In a game that saw multiple lead changes, ETSU scored a touchdown with 35 seconds remaining to take the final lead before the clock expired. ETSU scored two touchdowns late in the fourth quarter to take the lead with 35 seconds remaining.Show More
Brian Bohannon Press Conference ETSU Playoff Preview
"East Tennessee State's an awfully good football team. They're 10-1. Their only loss came to Chattanooga. They also beat Vandy, a Power 5 Conference team. Solid team. They know their identity. They're going to run the ball. Tough, aggressive. They won their conference in their last game before the bye. Coach Sanders and their staff do a great job."Show More
Owls Dominate Davidson To Open FCS Playoffs
It became obvious from the start as Kennesaw State hosted their third ever home FCS Playoff game, who the better team was in a 48-21 victory. And the points Davidson put up were all basically on three plays…a Dylan Sparks 54 yard 1st quarter TD run, a Coy Williams 61 yard sprint to the end zone and a fumble recovery for a 45 yard score.Show More
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