Northwestern State

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Louisiana–Monroe Warhawks - Rivalries
... include Teams Rivalry Name Trophy Meetings Record Series Leader Current Streak Arkansas State Louisiana–Monroe Trail of Tears Classic – 33 19–14 Arkansas State ...
Steve Roberts (American Football) - Head Coaching Record
7–2 T–2nd Southern Arkansas 35–24–1 Northwestern State Demons (Southland Conference) 2000 Northwestern State 4–7 1–6 T–7th 2001 Northwestern State 8–4 4–2 ...
Louisiana Tech Bulldogs Football - Rivalries - Inactive Rivalries - Northwestern State Demons
... Louisiana Tech and Northwestern State first played in 1907 and competed annually from 1926 to 1987 ... and Demons played in the annual Louisiana State Fair Game in Shreveport's Independence Stadium (formerly State Fair Stadium) from 1946 to 1987 ... After each game, fans enjoyed the rides and games at the State Fair of Louisiana ...
Northwestern State Demons
... The Northwestern State University athletic teams go by the Demons, with women's athletic teams generally called the Lady Demons, and its mascot is Vic the Demon ... "Fork 'em" is a hand gesture and slogan used by students at Northwestern State University in their celebration of sports teams ... League relief pitcher Lee Smith is a former Demon, having played basketball at Northwestern ...
Stephen F. Austin State University - Traditions
... The University's main rivals are Sam Houston State University, Texas State University–San Marcos and Northwestern State University ... Austin State and Sam Houston State rivalry matchup is called the Battle of the Piney Woods ... six-inch statue of an Indian named "Chief Caddo" was carved as a trophy between SFA and Northwestern State University (both schools are located in towns named for a branch of the Caddo tribe) ...

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