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2009 Football
Record: 7-4 Home: 4-1 Away: 2-3 Neutral: 1-0 MSC: 4-2
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Eddie Eviston served as offensive coordinator for 2013 and 2014 seasons. Photo by Richard Davis.
Eddie Eviston served as offensive coordinator for 2013 and 2014 seasons. Photo by Richard Davis.
Football - Mon, Feb. 9, 2015

Eddie Eviston found great success at Georgetown College. The three-time NAIA Player of the Year quarterback from northern Kentucky helped the Tigers to 41-1 mark with back-to-back national titles. In 2013, he returned to the GC sidelines as offensive coordinator.

As a coach, Eviston helped GC to a15-7 record with two straight NAIA postseason appearances. Monday afternoon Tiger coach Bill Cronin announced that Eviston would be moving on to return to head coaching in his home area at Covington Catholic High School.

"Eddie has been and always will be a Tiger," Cronin said. "He was an easy hire back in 2013, and I can't blame any school trying to entice him away from us. This was an opportunity to return closer to home and back to head coaching ranks. We wish him good luck and look forward to recruiting a number of his players in the future."

 
Tiger coaching staff added 37 freshmen and seven upperclassmen on signing day. Photo by Richard Davis
Tiger coaching staff added 37 freshmen and seven upperclassmen on signing day. Photo by Richard Davis
Football - Thu, Feb. 5, 2015

Georgetown College football coaches have been on the recruiting trail over the past several months. The culmination coming Wednesday with national signing day. The Tigers graduate nearly 20 players, including All-American Nick Seither and four-year starting quarterback Neal Pawsat, off the 8-3 Tigers that made a fifth straight appearance in the NAIA playoffs.

Coach Bill Cronin and his staff have been working tirelessly to bring in another class that will enhance the tradition rich Tiger program – 3 NAIA national titles, 18 Mid-South Conference titles and 20 NAIA postseason appearances.

 
Football - Fri, Nov. 21, 2014

Georgetown College football begins 2014 NAIA Football Championship Series First Round play on the road Saturday. The No. 10 Tigers (8-2) travel to Marian University in Indianapolis, Ind. in this first-ever meeting with the No. 7 Knights (8-2). Kickoff is set for 1 pm.

Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for students with their IDs.

If you cannot travel to the game, following all the action live as Chris Labar and Jason Grefer make the call for the Tigers on 93.3 WCGW FM or 94.7 WFIA FM.

 
Football - Thu, Nov. 20, 2014

Georgetown College students, interested in going to the No. 10 Tigers vs. No. 7 Marian University football game Saturday? Starting today at 3 pm the first 30 students to send Austin Sparks an email will reserve a single spot and free admission into the game. Please make sure to bring you college ID with you and be ready at the gym at 9 am Saturday. GO TIGERS

 
Nick Seither tackles a Faulkner player earlier this season. Photo by Richard Davis
Nick Seither tackles a Faulkner player earlier this season. Photo by Richard Davis
Football - Wed, Nov. 19, 2014

For the fourth time in five seasons a Georgetown College defender headlines the Mid-South Conference East Division Defensive Team. Senior Nick Seither has been named the MSC East Defensive Player of the Year announced Wednesday afternoon by the league office.

Seither tied for the conference lead with 16 tackles for a loss. His eight sacks are third in the East and fifth overall in the Mid-South. He ranked in the Top 20 in the NAIA in both categories – 18th in sacks and 19th in tackles for a loss.

Seither anchored the Tiger defense during the season, a unit that allowed just 17.9 points per outing – second in the MSC and 11th in the NAIA. Seither helped the No. 10 Tigers to an 8-2 mark and a fifth straight berth into the NAIA Football Championship Series.

 
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