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Northwest Rankin Football Team History


Northwest Rankin Cougars
Northwest Rankin Attendance Center

5805 Highway 25 Brandon, MS
Stadium:
Colors: Black 7 Blue
Coach: David Coates


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1981  <-- 2004 <- 2005 -> 2006 --> 2020

2005 Season Highlights
 David Coates enters his 14th season as Head Coach at Northwest Rankin.
 The Cougars finished 2nd in District 2.
 
2005 Season
 Date   Opponent  Score   
 Fri., Aug. 26  @ Kosciusko    33   14   W       
 Fri., Sep. 9  @ Pearl    32   26   W       
 Fri., Sep. 16  @ Brandon    28   14   W       
 Fri., Sep. 23  vs. Marshall    34   0   W       
 Fri., Sep. 30  vs. Warren Central   *  11   6   W       
 Fri., Oct. 7  @ Provine   *  35   13   W       
 Fri., Oct. 14  vs. Vicksburg   *  30   12   W       
 Fri., Oct. 21  vs. Clinton   *  24   21   W       
 Fri., Oct. 28  @ Greenville-Weston   *  38   6   W       
 Fri., Nov. 4  vs. Madison Central   *  21   50   L       
 Fri., Nov. 11  vs. Murrah   *  33   16   W       
 Playoffs 
 Fri., Nov. 18  vs. Columbus    38   44   L       1st Round Playoffs 
 
2005 Season Totals
  Record10-2
  Points Scored357
  Scoring Average29.8
  Points Allowed222
  Defense Average18.5
  Opponents Record63-74
  District Record6-1
  Home Record5-2
  Away Record5-0
  
2005 Class 5A District 2 Standings
  Regular Season   Playoffs   District Record 
 Team  W/L/T  PF   PA  W/L/T PF   PA  W/L/T  PF  PA   Coach 
Madison Central 9-43621461-137366-124961  Ted Taylor
Northwest Rankin 10-23572220-138446-1192124  David Coates
Warren Central 7-51981610-16285-211554  Curtis Brewer
Vicksburg 7-52191930-17414-311474  Alonzo Stevens
Clinton 5-62251853-413292  Scott Brown
Provine 4-61581672-577143  Willie Collins
Murrah 3-71302641-677209  Malcolm Jones
Greenville 2-91003151-642241  Mario Kirksey



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