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Updated: August 5, 2021 @ 12:01 am
HUNTINGTON — Marshall and Navy will be foes on the football field on Sept. 4, but will come together to celebrate a man whose influence on both programs is enduring.
HUNTINGTON — As a drizzle of rain started Saturday afternoon, the Marshall University Memorial Fountain’s water restarted to honor the rebirth of the Marshall football program in the 1970s.
Everything changed that dark November day in 1970. What should have been just another night in the Tri-State, very suddenly, and very tragically, became anything but.
Well-wishers bid goodbye to the 75 Marshall University football players, coaches and fans. It was the last time they would see them alive.
Marshall University Football: From 1971's Young Thundering Herd victory against Xavier to becoming the winningest team of the 1990s.
Plenty of questions have been asked about what really happened in the true story of the 2006 movie "We Are Marshall."