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South Dakota State Jackrabbits football
South Dakota State University Jackrabbits.png
Logo
Head Coach John Stiegelmeier
Home Stadium Coughlin-Alumni Stadium
Capacity - 16,000
Conference Affiliation
Team Records
  • All-Time: 513-414-38 [1]
Championships
North Central Conference Championships (14)
  • 1922, 1924, 1925, 1933, 1939, 1949, 1950, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1957, 1961, 1962, 1963

Great West Football Conference Championships (1)

  • 2007
Pageantry
Colors Blue and Yellow
Fight Song "Ring the Bell"
Mascot "Jack Rabbit"
Rivals NDSU Bison (current)

University of South Dakota (historical)

The South Dakota State Jackrabbits football team is a Football Championship Subdivision (formerly known as Division I-AA program that competes in the Missouri Valley Football Conference. The Jackrabbits were a Division II program in the North Central Conference until moving to Football Championship Subdivision in 2004. The current head coach is John Stiegelmeier. In March 2007, SDSU was accepted into the Missouri Valley Football Conference and began league play in the 2008 season, posting a solid third place finish in their first year of Valley Football, with their only two conference losses coming to the two teams finishing above them in the standings.

Contents

North Central Conference Championships

  • 1922, 1924, 1925, 1933, 1939, 1949, 1950, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1957, 1961, 1962, 1963

Great West Football Conference Championships

  • 2007

Head coaches

# Name Tenure
1 Mr. Morrison 1900
2 L.L. Gilkey 1901
3 J. Harrison Werner 1903
4 William Blaine 1904
5 William Juneau 1905–1908
6 J.M. Saunderson 1909–1910
7 Frederick Johnson 1911
8 Harry "Buck" Ewing 1912–1917
9 no football 1918
10 C.A. "Jack" West 1919–1927
11 T.C. "Cy" Kasper 1928–1933
12 R.H. "Red" Threlfall 1934–1937
13 Jack Barnes 1938–1940
14 Thurlo McCrady 1941–1946
15 Ralph Ginn 1947–1968
16 Dave Kragthorpe 1969
17 Dean Pryor 1970–1971
18 John Gregory 1972–1981
19 Wayne Haensel 1982–1990
20 Mike Daly 1991–1996
21 John Stiegelmeier 1997–

Stadiums

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