• Frantic YSU Comeback Bid Falls Short, 34-28
    November 13, 2004
    Springfield, Mo. -- The Youngstown State football team ran out of time in a comeback bid at SMS on Saturday afternoon losing 34-28 at Plaster Field.
  • YSU Concludes Season; Penguins Travel to SMS
    November 11, 2004
    The Youngstown State football team plays at Southwest Missouri State on Saturday afternoon in the final game of the year for both teams. Kickoff at Plaster Field in Springfield, Mo., is set for 2 p.m. Eastern/1 p.m. Central time.
  • Penguins Earn First Win in Macomb Since 1982
    November 06, 2004
    Macomb, Ill. -- A steady diet of tailbacks Monquantae Gibson and Regis Edgerson and a stingy defense helped propel the Youngstown State football team to a 34-9 victory over Western Illinois on a sundrenched Saturday afternoon at Hanson Field.
  • YSU Takes To The Road Playing at Western Illinois
    November 04, 2004
    The Youngstown State football team plays at Western Illinois on Saturday afternoon. Kickoff at Hanson Field is set for 2:05 p.m. Eastern/1:05 p.m. Central time.
  • Cayson, Strong Second Half Push Penguins Past Indiana State, 45-20
    October 30, 2004
    Youngstown State outscored Indiana State 31-7 in the second half behind 116 yards from Josh Cayson en route to a 45-20 victory Saturday night at Stambaugh Stadium.
  • YSU Plays Host to Indiana State In Final Home Game
    October 28, 2004
    The Youngstown State football team plays their final home game of the year on Saturday when they play host to Indiana State. The contest between YSU and the Sycamores is set for 4 p.m. at Stambaugh.
  • Returns, Thompson Do In Penguins, 30-24
    October 23, 2004
    Normal, Ill. – In a game featuring six lead changes, the Youngstown State football team could not overcome two kick returns for touchdowns by Illinois State and a 222–yard rushing performance by Brian Thompson in a 30-24 loss at Hancock Stadium on a beautiful Saturday afternoon.
  • YSU Heads to Illinois St. In Quest of First GFC Win
    October 21, 2004
    The Youngstown State football team begins a stretch of three road games in the final four weeks this Saturday at Illinois State. Kickoff for the contest between the Penguins and Redbirds is set for 3:30 p.m. (Eastern) at Hancock Stadium.
  • Penguins Lose Heartbreaker on Wingert's Field Goal, 22-20
    October 16, 2004
    Northern Iowa's Brian Wingert's second chance at a game-winning 31-yard field goal following a roughing-the-kicker penalty nulled a 13-point fourth quarter comeback by Youngstown State as the Panthers snuck away with a 22-20 victory Saturday night at Stambaugh Stadium.
  • YSU to Host Panthers as Both Go For League Win
    October 13, 2004
    The Youngstown State football team plays host to Northern Iowa on Saturday at Stambaugh Stadium at 4 p.m. Entering the third weekend of the Gateway Football Conference season, both teams are looking for their first league win.
  • Penguins Fall to No. 1 Southern Illinois, 37-2
    October 09, 2004
    First-ranked Southern Illinois scored four first-half touchdowns on plays that each covered at least 47 yards and held the Youngstown State offense scoreless en route to a 37-2 victory on Saturday night at Stambaugh Stadium.
  • YSU to Host No. 1 Salukis Looking For Gateway Win
    October 07, 2004
    The Youngstown State football team plays host to No. 1 Southern Illinois on Saturday at Stambaugh Stadium. The matchup between the Penguins and Salukis kicks off at 6 p.m.
  • YSU Miscues Costly in 44-19 Loss at Western Kentucky
    October 02, 2004
    Bowling Green, Ky. -- Turnovers haunted the Youngstown State football team on Saturday night in Bowling Green, Ky., as the Penguins dropped a 44-19 contest to sixth-ranked Western Kentucky at L.T. Smith Stadium in the Gateway Conference opener for both schools.
  • YSU Opens Gateway Play Traveling to Face WKU
    September 29, 2004
    The Youngstown State football team opens Gateway Football Conference action on Saturday at No. 6 Western Kentucky. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. at L.T. Smith Stadium in Bowling Green, Ky. The game is the Gateway TV Game of the Week.
  • Gibson Paces Penguins to 27-17 Win Over Liberty
    September 24, 2004
    Youngstown State built a 24-10 halftime lead behind two Monquante Gibson touchdowns en route to a 27-17 victory over the Liberty Flames on Saturday evening at Stambaugh Stadium.
  • YSU Plays Host to Liberty Seeking to Bounce Back
    September 22, 2004
    The Youngstown State football team returns home to play host to Liberty on Saturday night at Stambaugh Stadium. Kickoff for the contest between the Penguins and Flames is set for 6 p.m.
  • Second-Half Comeback Falls Short at McNeese State
    September 18, 2004
    Lake Charles, La. -- Youngstown State rallied from a 14-point halftime deficit and took a 20-17 lead early in the fourth quarter, but McNeese State scored off a Penguin fumble with 5:28 remaining for a 24-20 victory at Cowboy Stadium on Saturday night.
  • YSU Travels to McNeese Set to Play Road Opener
    September 16, 2004
    The Youngstown State football team plays their first road game of the season at No. 17 McNeese State on Saturday night. The Penguins and Cowboys are set to kickoff at 8 p.m. (Eastern Time) at Cowboy Stadium in Lake Charles, La.
  • FIU's Tabor Leads Fourth-Quarter Comeback as YSU Falls 22-16 in Overtime
    September 11, 2004
    Florida International backup quarterback David Tabor orchestrated back-to-back touchdown drives in the fourth quarter to force overtime and threw a one-yard touchdown in the first series of overtime to lead the Golden Panthers to a 22-16 victory over Youngstown State.
  • Penguins Set To Host FIU; Looking to Tame Panthers
    September 09, 2004
    The Youngstown State football team plays host to Florida International on Saturday afternoon at Stambaugh Stadium. The contest between the Penguins and Golden Panthers kicks off at 5:05 p.m. in a contest televised back to Florida live on the Sunshine Network.
  • Cayson, Defense Lead Second-Half Surge in 35-13 Victory
    September 02, 2004
    Even with a 6-0 deficit on the scoreboard and being outgained 175 yards to 56 through one half, the Youngstown State football team was still calm. The Penguins knew that with their offensive weapons the game was far from over.
  • YSU Kicks Off 64th Season As Visit From SRU Awaits
    August 31, 2004
    The Youngstown State football team begins the 2004 season on Thursday night playing host to Slippery Rock. Kickoff for the Penguins’ contest against the Division II Rockets is set for 7:30 p.m. at Stambaugh Stadium.