9 am: 35°FCloudy

11 am: 39°FCloudy

1 pm: 41°FCloudy

3 pm: 43°FCloudy

More Weather

2011 0608 xmufootball 02.jpg

Herald-Dispatch photo archive - Marshall University (dark jerseys) lost to Miami University(white jerseys) 0-12 at Fairfield Stadium on Oct. 15, 1966. The 1966 team had a 2-8 record under coach Charlie Snyder. Team captains were Andy Socha and Dennis Miller.

Gallery: Do you remember? -- Marshall vs. Miami University, 1966

Jun. 08, 2011 @ 01:12 PM

Marshall University (dark jerseys) lost to Miami University(white jerseys) 0-12 at Fairfield Stadium on Oct. 15, 1966. The 1966 team had a 2-8 record under coach Charlie Snyder. Team captains were Andy Socha and Dennis Miller.

PAST MARSHALL FOOTBALL GALLERIES

1982 Marshall vs. Kent State

1983 Green-White Game

1984 Marshall vs. West Virginia Tech

1984 Marshall vs. ETSU, welcome home rally

1985 Marshall vs. Morehead State

1986 Marshall vs. Davidson (homecoming)

1987 Marshall spring Green-White game

1988 Marshall vs. Furman University

1989 Marshall vs. Catawba

1990 Marshall vs. Eastern Kentucky (last game at Fairfield Stadium)

1991 Marshall vs. New Hampshire (first game at Joan C. Edwards Stadium)

1992 Marshall vs. Morehead

1993 Marshall vs. Youngstown State, I-AA Championship game

From 1966 to 1983, Marshall's football program suffered a dismal streak of losing seasons. In 1984, Marshall won its two final games on the road against Illinois State and East Tennessee State to finish with a 6-5 record for its first winning season in 20 years.

We are cracking open the archives from past Marshall University football seasons.

What game would you like to see again? E-mail online editor Andrea Copley-Smith at acopley@herald-dispatch.com.
 

1966 MU Varsity Football Roster

(Information from the 1966 Marshall media guide. Numbers might not match the photos.)

14, Jim Gilbert, QB, Sophomore, New Martinsville, W.Va.

15, Jim Torrence, QB, Junior, Appomattox, Va.

20, Jim Mandeville, FB, South Charleston, W.Va.

22, Charlie Jones, TB, Sophomore, Logan, W.Va.

24, Mickey Jackson, TB, Harpers Ferry, W.Va.

25, Jim Heaton, DB, Junior, Harrisville, W.Va.

27, Mike Patterson, DB, Senior, Batavia, N.Y.

31, Roger Snyder, TB, Junior, Sherman, W.Va.

32, Jim Brandt, WB, Sophomore, Logan, Ohio.

33, Andy Socha, FB, Senior, Steubenville, Ohio.

34, George Hummell, DB, Sophomore, Logan, Ohio.

35, Claude Smith, WB, Junior, Louisville, Ky.

36, Jake Rowe, WB, Junior, Weirton, W.Va.

40, Tom Harris, KS, Junior, Huntington.

41, Rich Robb, LB, Junior, South Charleston, W.Va.

42, Bruce Wallace, DB, Sophomore, Middleport, Ohio.

43, Andy Banfi, DB, Sophomore, Follansbee, W.Va.

50, Tom McLaughlin, LB, Junior, Blue Jay, W.Va.

51, Wayne Kauffman, G, Sophomore, Columbia, Pa.

52, Jerry Arnold, C, Junior, Pomeroy, Ohio.

53, Jim Taylor, C, Senior, Williamson, W.Va.

54, Chuck Rine, C, Junior, Moundsville, W.Va.

60, Gene Gatrell, G, Senior, Sistersville, W.Va.

61, Keith Winter, G, Junior, Ripley, W.Va.

63, Dennis Miller, G, Senior, Waverly, Ohio.

64, Dennis Parker, LB, Junior, Long Bottom, Ohio.

65, Gale Smith, G, Sophomore, Parkersburg, W.Va.

66, Ron Safford, G, Sophomore, Point Pleasant, W.Va.

67, Paul Dotson, LB, Junior, Pikeville, Ky.

68, Don Carr, G, Senior, Lancaster, Pa.

69, Jerry Rinehart, G, Junior, St. Mary's, W.Va.

70, Denny Caldwell, T, Sophomore, Wheeling, W.Va.

71, Harold Bennett, T, Sophomore, St. Louis, Mo.

73, Curt Keesee, T, Junior, St. Albans, W.Va.

74, Jimmy Shepherd, T, Sophomore, Wellston, Ohio.

75, Bennie Thomas, T, Sophomore, Indianapolis, Ind.

76, Gene Phillips, T, Sophomore, Belfry, Ky.

77, Jim Preston, T, Junior, Paintsville, Ky.

78, Tom Wilkinson, T, Junior, Charleston, W.Va.

79, Tom Hilton, T, Sophomore, Clarksburg, W.Va.

81, Vic Ferrari, E, Senior, Charleston, W.Va.

82, John Land, E, Junior, Bluefield, W.Va.

83, Joe Ralbusky, E, Sophomore, Wheeling, W.Va.

84, Ken Simpson, E, Junior, Elkins, W.Va.

85, Jim Starkey, E, Sophomore, New Martinsville, W.Va.

86, Joe Gast, E, Sophomore, Baltimore, Md.

86, Herb Young, E, Junior, Martins Ferry, Ohio.

88, Parris Coleman, E, Junior, Winona, W.Va.

89, John DeMarco, E, Junior, Shadyside, Ohio.

()