The Marshall University Thundering Herd football program is one of the most historic teams on the east coast. The Herd have been playing football since 1895 and have won over 550 games. To go along with all those wins are 12 conference titles and 2 national championships (FCS). Some of college football’s most memorable players have worn Marshalls Kelly Green and White, including Byron Leftwich, Chad Pennington, Tony Peterson, Bob Pruett, and Troy Brown. Home games at Joan C. Edwards Stadium are known for being loud and rambunctious. Marshall owns an impressive record at Edwards Stadium winning over 80% of all games played there. Walking outside stadium on gameday is like walking into a sea of never ending green. Thundering Herd nation is passionate about their team and provide one of the most entertaining and enthusiastic gameday experiences. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Marshall Thundering Herd football tickets.
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Marshall Thundering Herd Football at Joan C. Edwards Stadium Address: 2001 3rd Avenue Huntington, West Virginia 25755
The Marshall University Thundering Herd play their home games at Joan C. Edwards Stadium in Huntington, West Virginia. Joan C. Edwards has been the home of the Thundering Herd since 1991 and can seat over 38,000 fans. The stadium is one of only two stadiums in college football to be named exclusively for a woman and has been one of the historically tough places to play in Conference USA. Down on the sidelines you can see Marco the Buffalo roaming and firing up the fans. The Marshall Thundering Herd home bench is on the Joan C. Edwards Stadium sideline with sections 100-126. Joan C. Edwards Stadium parking information is covered in our Thundering Herd event guide.
Marshall vs. Ohio
Known as the Battle for the Bell, this rivalry is one of the most passionate matchups in the region. The schools first met in 1905 and have played over 55 times since then. Separated by only about 80 miles, the Thundering Herd and Bobcats play for the right to take the Bell Trophy back to their campus. With Marshall moving to Conference USA, this rivalry is no longer a conference matchup, but remains one of the most anticipated non-conference games in the country.
Marshall vs. West Virginia
The two most storied football programs in the State of West Virginia, it is always a big deal when this game is on the schedule. Known as the Friends of Coal Bowl, the winner is awarded the coveted Governor’s Trophy and loads of state pride. The first meeting between the two schools was in 1911, but they only played 4 more times in the ensuing 95 years. With the inception of the trophy and the game being schedules more frequently, the best of this rivalry is yet to come.
2011 Marshall Football Preview
Marshall got off to a tough start last season before winning 4 of its last 5 games to finish with a respectable 5-7 record. Now second year head coach Doc Holliday is looking to build on the momentum from last year, but with a new quarterback and a lack of experience, the Thundering Herd may find it difficult to get back to the postseason.
The quarterback position is up in the air, but it looks like sophomore A.J. Graham will get the starting nod. He played sparingly in 2010, but looked good when he did. As for the surrounding talent, Graham will have Aaron Dobson and Antavious Wilson returning at wide receiver, which should give him two reliable targets. Their running game will be led by freshman Travon Van, who has the makings of a true star.
The defense will likely be the strength of Marshall this year, as it returns nine starters on that side of the ball. Perhaps most importantly is defensive end Vinny Curry, who was among the best at his position in Conference USA last year. Additionally, the Thundering Herd will see the return of linebackers Tyson Gale and Devin Arrington who will anchor a strong defensive core.
2010 Marshall Football Preview
The Marshall Thundering Herd was once at the pinnacle of college football, finishing the 1990's with more wins than any other Division 1 program. While the team has not reached that level of success over the past few seasons, new coach Doc Holliday looks to usher in a new era of Thundering Herd football in 2010.
Though Marshall finished last season with a middling 4-4 record in Conference USA East and a 7-6 overall record, 2009 ended on a strong note with a 21-17 victory over one of their fiercest rivals, the Ohio Bobcats, in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl.
This season, they will rematch against Ohio on September 25, and will face their biggest cross-state rival, West Virginia, on September 10 in the annual Friends of Coal Bowl. Luckily for Thundering Herd fans, both of these rivalry games will be played at home in Joan C. Edwards Stadium, where Marshall enjoys the greatest home field advantage of any top college football team.
Routinely drawing more than 33,000 screaming fans, Marshall's football team has a .866 winning percentage when they play on their home turf.
2009 Marshall Football Preview
Fans of the Marshall Thundering Herd should be fired up heading into the 2009 season. Not only is Marshall one of the better teams in college football, but they are a program that wins big games. Expect 2009 to be a year that the Thundering Herd attracts some notice in the college football world.
2008 Marshall Football Preview
The Marshall University Thundering Herd football program is one of the most exciting and dramatic programs in all of college football. After a few tough seasons since joining the Conference USA in 2005, Marshall has struggled. Fans hope for the team to do what it always does, which is to make big comebacks and return to prominence. Joan C. Edwards Stadium will fill with the cries of “We Are Marshall!” this coming season as the Thundering Herd vies for a winning season and a conference title.