"Proud of our team for pulling it through. Five-set games are never easy," JSU senior Katie Montgomery said. Read the full story
After sweeping Stetson to open the ASUN schedule Friday, JSU (11-4) fell in five sets to North Florida (13-1), which has won six straight and has the league's best record.
Jacksonville State frittered away a home game against Tennessee-Martin, falling 34-31 on Saturday. When we say frittered, we mean frittered. JSU should've won this one.
Tulane transfer Keon Howard hit on two fourth-quarter touchdown passes to complete the Skyhawks’ comeback from a 14-point deficit, and they stunned recent-former OVC member Jacksonville State 34-31 on Burgess-Snow Field.
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Redshirt freshman Ron Wiggins had a career-best 54 yards rushing — complete with a 38-yard, Ron-like run — in Jacksonville State's 27-24 victory over North Alabama.
Jacksonville State will host its second straight home game Saturday, and the visitor is Tennessee-Martin, a former Ohio Valley Conference rival that hasn't won at Jacksonville since 1987.
JSU was 11th in the FCS coaches poll and 10th in the STATS FCS poll. After beating North Alabama 27-24, the Gamecocks are now ninth in both sets of rankings.
After beating Florida State, Jacksonville State coach John Grass told his players if they didn't get their heads out of the clouds and feet on the ground, they were headed toward a loss against North Alabama. JSU handled business and beat UNA, too.
After falling to No. 9-ranked Purdue and No. 22 Tennessee on Friday, Jacksonville State wrapped up the weekend on a high note, beating Purdue Fort Wayne 25-19, 21-25, 25-15, 25-16.
No matter how many receptions Ahmad Edwards makes in his JSU career, he'll always be recognized at least partly for a block on one of the biggest touchdowns in school history.
Jacksonville State, the program that beat Ole Miss in 2010 and took Auburn to overtime in 2015, once again finds itself the toast of college football after upsetting Florida State on Saturday. Now, about life after nirvana.
Two Jacksonville State football players landed ASUN Conference player-of-the-week honors following this weekend's 20-17 win over Florida State.
Florida State coach Mike Norvell said some of his players "froze in the moment" during the 59-yard touchdown pass that gave Jacksonville State a 20-17 win over his Seminoles.