The Marshall Thundering Herd football team is an intercollegiate varsity sports program of Marshall University. The team represents the university as a member History · Championships · Coaches · Herd football traditions. Get the latest Marshall Thundering Herd news, scores, stats, standings, rumors, and more from ESPN. The Marshall Thundering Herd is the intercollegiate athletic collection of teams that collectively represent the Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia. Football · Basketball · Baseball · Facilities. Marshall first fielded a football team in Views Read Edit View history. East CONF OVR Western Kentucky Old Dominion Middle Tennessee Florida Intl Charlotte Florida Atlantic Marshall West CONF OVR Louisiana Tech UT San Antonio Southern Mississippi North Texas Rice UTEP Men's Intercollegiate Sports Baseball team article Basketball team article Cross Country Football team article Golf Soccer team article. Tools What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Permanent link Page information Wikidata item Cite this page. Three straight losses, which means the Vols sean pwnn November in the Bottom 10's coveted fifth spot. The team didn't have a coach that year or from — Some outstanding players were members of not so great teams including Shawn Burke, Paul Wheeler, Mike Kesling, Matt Gaines, Dan Wells, Howie Harrie, JC Felton, Mike Bailey, CW Geiger, Herman "Bud" Nelson, Danny Wright, Steve Williams, John "Fuzzy" Filliez, Ray Crisp, Jr. Ashes to Glory We Are Marshall. Jeff Waggoner, Head Coach. Edwards Field after Mrs. Campbell Trophy Chad Pennington — . Mark Snyder came to his alma mater to become head football coach from his defensive coordinator position at Ohio State. The playing field itself is named James F. Other greats of the Parrish era included Mike McCoy, Randy Clarkson, Carl Fodor, Tim Lewis, Robert Surratt, Mike Salmons, John Mitchell, Mike Copenhaver, Darryl Burgess, Garfield Lewis, John Halford, Todd Brown, Rob Bowers, John Ceglie, Chuck Felty, Jay Gleich, Billy Hynus, Scott LaTulipe, Bill Salmons, Steve Staley, Brian Swisher, Furness Whittington, and Tony Bolland. Kendall Fearn, Associate Head Coach. Henderson's Buckeye Conference Championship in would be the Herd's last until , and his 9—0—1 team record that year was the only other undefeated season between and , and is one of eight in MU history. Giddy Potts matched his season high with 30 points to lead Middle Tennessee to its second straight Conference USA Tournament championship with an victory over Marshall on Saturday night.