The Youngstown State football team renews one of its biggest rivalries when it travels to Huntington, W. Va., on Saturday to play Marshall. Kickoff for the game at Marshall University Stadium, which will be broadcasted back to Youngstown on TV-21 WFMJ, is at 7 p.m.
Carbondale, Ill. -- YSU senior quarterback Jeff Ryan threw for 214 yards and ran for 94 more to help lead the Penguins to a 31-7 victory over Southern Illinois at McAndrew Stadium in Carbondale, Ill. on Saturday afternoon.
The Youngstown State football team will be looking to bounce back this Saturday when it travels to Carbondale, Ill., to play Southern Illinois. Kickoff for the contest at McAndrew Stadium is set for 1:37 p.m. EST.
The fifth-ranked Youngstown State football team forced six turnovers and junior tailback P.J. Mays was impressive on the ground rushing for 218 yards as the Penguins beat SMS 41-20 on Saturday afternoon at Stambaugh Stadium.
The Youngstown State football team goes for its 100th win at Stambaugh Stadium on Saturday when the Penguins play host to Southwest Missouri State. Kickoff for the Gateway Football Conference matchup is set for 4 p.m.
The Youngstown State football team will be looking for its first road win of the season when the Penguins travel to Terre Haute, Ind., to play Indiana State on Saturday. Kickoff for the Gateway Football Conferences television game of the week is set for 2:37 p.m. Eastern Time.
For the first time this season the Youngstown State football team will be on the road when the Penguins travel to the UNI Dome in Cedar Falls, Iowa, to play Northern Iowa. Kickoff for the contest is set for 5:05 p.m. Eastern time.
After a Saturday off following the tragic events of last Tuesdays terrorist attacks in New York, Washington D.C. and Pennsylvania, the Youngstown State football team returns to action on Saturday night against Western Illinois.
P.J. Mays and Darius Peterson each ran for more than 100 yards and the YSU rushing attack rolled up 451 yards on the ground in a 44-0 victory over Clarion in front of a crowd of 16,019 on Saturday night at Stambaugh Stadium.
The Youngstown State football team took advantage of two special-teams touchdowns and a 226-yard rushing effort by tailback P.J. Mays en route to 38-7 season-opening victory over Lock Haven in front of a crowd of 15,709 on Thursday night at Stambaugh Stadium.
For the first time since the 1986 season a new coach will make his debut with the Penguins when first-year Head Coach Jon Heacock takes the sidelines against Lock Haven. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. for the Thursday, August 30, season opener.