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Starkville Football Team History


Starkville Yellow Jackets
Starkville High School

603 Yellow Jacket Drive Starkville, MS
Stadium: Yellow Jacket Stadium
Colors: Black & Gold
Coach: Jim Craig


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1920  <-- 1968 <- 1969 -> 1970 --> 2021

1969 Season Highlights
 Jim Craig enters his 4th season as Head Coach at Starkville.
 The Yellow Jackets won the Little 10 Conference Championship.
 The Yellow Jackets set a team record by scoring 82 in a game.
 
1969 Season
 Date   Opponent  Score   
 Fri., Sep. 5  vs. Philadelphia    23   7   W       
 Fri., Sep. 12  @ Louisville    34   21   W       
 Fri., Sep. 19  @ Oxford   *  25   7   W       
 Fri., Sep. 26  vs. New Albany   *  36   0   W       
 Fri., Oct. 3  @ Pontotoc   *  59   7   W       
 Fri., Oct. 10  vs. Aberdeen   *  43   21   W       
 Fri., Oct. 17  @ Amory   *  28   6   W       
 Fri., Oct. 24  vs. Bruce   *  82   6   W       
 Fri., Oct. 31  @ Houston   *  42   0   W       
 Fri., Nov. 7  vs. West Point   *  42   15   W       
 
1969 Season Totals
  Record10-0
  Points Scored414
  Scoring Average41.4
  Points Allowed90
  Defense Average9.0
  Opponents Record50-49
  Home Record5-0
  Away Record5-0
  
1969  Little 10 Conference  Standings
  Regular Season   Conference Record 
 Team  W/L/T  PF   PA  W/L/T  PF  PA   Coach 
Starkville 10-0414908-0-035762  Jim Craig
Aberdeen 8-12721337-1-0243127  Thomas Pierce
New Albany 8-32031446-2-0151119  Don Skelton
Amory 5-51691744-4-0155146  Bill Reeder
Oxford 5-51991884-4-0172152  Bob Sanders
West Point 4-61311954-4-0119118  Charlie Newell
Bruce 3-61002412-6-094241  J.V. Swindle
Houston 1-9562371-7-042185  Jim Dempsey
Pontotoc 0-101113520-8-085278  Ralph Mitchell



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