One of the top quarterbacks in Bulldog football history is now set to join the Concordia Athletic Hall of Fame. Phil Seevers torched opponents with his arm and his legs.
After a tough go in the 1990s in terms of wins and losses, Concordia football brought a championship and NAIA postseason play to Seward in 2001.
An injury-riddled high school career resulted in Jared Garcia flying under the radar of college football recruiters. Things have turned around for the Texas native, who's blossomed into a star.
The 'Sid' Seevers coaching era got off to a rousing start when Concordia ended Doane's 38-game unbeaten streak in the opening game of the 1970 season.
Before reaching legendary status in the state of Texas, Jim Wacker got his collegiate coaching start at Concordia as part of a star-studded staff under head coach Ron Harms.
Four brothers. Four Concordia Athletic Hall of Famers. The Oettings changed the face of Concordia football.
With National Signing Day upon us, the Concordia football program has announced an initial 2016 recruiting class of 50. Twenty-one hail from the state of Nebraska.
More than any other game, the late-season loss to then second-ranked Morningside proved Concordia football can compete on a national scale.
Garrett Folchert has already taken his share of cringe-worthy hits in 2015. In one particular instance this season he got thrown to the turf so hard by a blitzing Northwestern safety that seventh-year head coach Vance Winter wondered if his senior quarterback would have the ability to peal himself back up.
Nearly unblockable in Concordia’s 28-3 win over Hastings on Sept. 12, Trey Barnes “breathed fire” that evening as voice of the Bulldogs Jayson Jorgensen exclaimed in a description of the Seward native’s second sack of the game.