Tennessee Tech's game with Eastern Illinois on Nov. 1 has been tabbed as a potential wild card game, the second such game of the year for the Golden Eagles in the league's eight-game "Game of the Week" package on ESPN3.
It's shaping up to be another special season in Tucker Stadium for the Tennessee Tech football team and its fans, as several events that have become traditions at Golden Eagle home contests are scheduled again to highlight the 2014 season.
Starting times for Tennessee Tech's six home football games at Tucker Stadium in 2014 have been announced. The home schedule includes three night contests – one on a Thursday – and three afternoon games.
Tickets are on sale through the Athletics Ticket Office in Eblen Center for Tennessee Tech's 2014 Golden Eagle football season, including several season ticket options for the six-games slated for Tucker Stadium.
Former Tennessee Tech football players are invited to gather on July 11-12, for the team's annual Alumni Golf Classic at the Cookeville Golf Club. In addition to golf on Saturday, the event will also feature a Friday night barbecue.
Renewing a heated regional rivalry after eight years, two non-conference games against teams from the tough Missouri Valley Football Conference, another Thursday night home opener and a typically challenging eight-game OVC slate await the Tennessee Tech football team in 2014.
Chad Zinchini, who hung his punts high and deep for Tennessee Tech during the past two years, will get the chance to do more of the same in the NFL after signing as an undrafted free agent with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Watson and Mack Brown received the Lifetime Achievement Award, while former Tennessee Tech golf All-American Scott Stallings and all-OVC guard Diamond Henderson were also among those honored Thursday at the first Cookeville-Putnam County Hometown Champions Dinner.
A whole lot of Golden Eagles saw action and a long list produced results in Tennessee Tech's annual Purple/Gold Scrimmage Saturday. New guys impressed on offense, but plenty of veterans had big days on defense, too.
There's a new team in town, and the roster includes a pair of former Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles. The Nashville Venom, an expansion team in the Professional Indoor Football League (PIFL) makes its debut Saturday night with the franchise opener in Huntsville, Ala., against the defending league champion Alabama Hammer.
The first scrimmage of spring drills, featuring some new wrinkles and several new faces, set a positive tone for the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles in the 2014 season, according to head coach Watson Brown.
NASHVILLE -- Tennessee Tech offensive lineman James Normand was one of seven collegiate players honored Wednesday night at the 48th annual awards dinner held by the Middle Tennessee Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame.
Permanent football team captains were announced to fulfill the 2013 Golden Eagle season, and team award winners were declared at the annual team Awards Dinner Sunday afternoon. The team also celebrated its Senior Class.
It’s National Letter of Intent Signing Day Wednesday, and Tennessee Tech will have fans covered with all the information on the newest Golden Eagle football players signed by coach Watson Brown and his staff.
The newest face on the Tennessee Tech football staff is also a familiar face for head coach Watson Brown, and a veteran with 25 years experience. Brown announced the addition of Pat Donohoe to the Golden Eagle coaching staff, where he will direct Tennessee Tech’s defensive ends.