It's an exciting time for McNeese football as they are getting prepared for the upcoming 2022 season with a new head coach under the helm.

In a great move, the McNeese Athletic Department hired a new head coach in the off-season. They acquired the services of Gary Goff.

McNeese New Head Coach (Photo from Chad Pouson)
McNeese New Head Coach (Photo from Chad Pouson)
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Gary Goff came to McNeese with an impressive resume. Goff recently completed a three-year, two-season stint at Valdosta State where he helped lead his team to last year's NCAA Division II National Championship game.

Over the past three seasons, he has recorded a 31-6 record for a .861 winning percentage with his old teams. That mark over those three years ranks him 10th among all head coaches in Division I (FBS and FCS) and Division II,

How impressive is that? Now he is molding the young men in the McNeese football program for success too. That all starts with Spring practice and conditioning.  The Cowboys are currently in the middle of Spring training and they will be on the field for a few practices this week.

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All practices and scrimmages are free to attend and open to the public. Here is this week's schedule.

  • Tuesday, March 29 - Practice 4-6 p.m. (Cowboy Stadium) - video and photos allowed
  • Wednesday, March 30 - No Practice
  • Thursday, March 31 - Practice 4-6 p.m. (Cowboy Stadium) - interviews following
  • Friday, April 1 - No Practice
  • Saturday, April 2 - Scrimmage No. 2, 10 a.m. (Cowboy Stadium) - interviews following

Just a reminder for all fans planning to attend, you are reminded to stay off of the field and to sit on the East side of the stadium in the stands. This is for safety as they are currently in the middle of the demolition of the press box going on at the Cowboys stadium.

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