Angelo State Rams football

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Angelo State Rams
Angelo State University (logo).png
First season 1925
Athletic director Sean Johnson
Head coach Will Wagner
1st year, 5–6  (.455)
Home stadium LeGrand Stadium at 1st Community Credit Union Field
Stadium capacity 5,500
Stadium surface Matrix® Turf field
Location San Angelo, Texas
Conference Lone Star Conference
Division South
All-time record 275–201–3 (.577)
Claimed national titles 1
Conference titles 3 [1]
Consensus All-Americans 54
Colors

Blue and Gold

          
Fight song Angelo State Fight Song
Mascot Roscoe the Ram
Marching band Ram Marching Band
Rivals Abilene Christian University, Texas A&M University–Kingsville, West Texas A&M
Website angelosports.com

The Angelo State Rams football team represents Angelo State University in Division II college football. The Rams compete in the South Division of the Lone Star Conference. Angelo State University has earned one national title and three conference titles since becoming a member of the Lone Star Conference. The team plays all home games at San Angelo Stadium, a 17,500-person capacity stadium on the university campus. Will Wagner is currently the head coach.[2]

Head coaches[edit]

Coach Years Record Percentage
Max Bumgardner 1964–1968 13-16 .265
Grant Teaff 1969–1971 19-11 .633
James Cameron 1972–1973 13-7 .650
Jim Hess 1973–1981 65-23-3 .731
Jerry Vandergriff 1982–2004 143-101-2 .585
Dale Carr 2005–2010 28-36 .437
Will Wagner 2011-2013 10-12 .454

Rams who have played in the NFL[edit]

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