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Aberdeen Football Team History


Aberdeen Bulldogs
Aberdeen High School

100 Bulldogs Blvd Aberdeen, MS
Stadium: Lester Miley Stadium
Colors: Blue & White
Coach: Jack Harris


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1919  <-- 1964 <- 1965 -> 1966 --> 2022

1965 Season Highlights
 Jack Harris enters his 1st season as Head Coach at Aberdeen.
 The Bulldogs won the Little 10 Conference Championship.
 
1965 Season
 
 Date   Opponent  Score   
 Fri., Sep. 3  vs. Nettleton    14   0   W       
 Fri., Sep. 10   OPEN               
 Fri., Sep. 17  vs. Bruce   *  26   0   W       
 Fri., Sep. 24  @ Houston   *  7   0   W       
 Fri., Oct. 1  vs. West Point   *  0   6   L       
 Fri., Oct. 8  @ Starkville   *  9   6   W       
 Fri., Oct. 15  vs. Oxford   *  27   14   W       
 Fri., Oct. 22  @ New Albany   *  26   7   W       
 Fri., Oct. 29  vs. Pontotoc   *  14   9   W       
 Fri., Nov. 5  vs. Noxubee County    7   22   L       
 Fri., Nov. 12  @ Amory   *  16   0   W       
 
1965 Season Totals
  Record8-2
  Points Scored146
  Scoring Average14.6
  Points Allowed64
  Defense Average6.4
  Opponents Record46-48 -11
  Home Record4-2
  Away Record4-0
  
1965  Little 10 Conference  Standings
  Regular Season   Conference Record 
 Team  W/L/T  PF   PA  W/L/T  PF  PA   Coach 
Aberdeen 8-2146647-1-012542  Jack Harris
Pontotoc 7-2-1195725-2-113466  Joe Robertson
West Point 6-2-2112375-2-110337  Charlie Newell
Oxford 5-2-21701055-1-216380  Bill Calhoun
Starkville 5-51131294-4-0100115  Jack Nix
New Albany 5-3-21471393-3-294111  William Ward
Houston 2-6-2491102-4-24379  Dewey Partridge
Bruce 3-71272121-7-089181  Walter Ahrens
Amory 0-9772220-8-070207  Jim Walden



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